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"harry christopher" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Magnificient isn't it now. that's tomaszewski. Victoria's omani mysterious conducted by harry christophers. The ensemble is the sixteen because curiously enough. There are exactly sixteen of them. So that means that the f- the foreparts s. a. t. Soprano alto tenor bass. They are each multiplying by four. So this four people covering each parts. They do some magnificent stuff and and he is a real artiste. He's a scholar as well as as as well as a performing musician. So harry christophers was very cognizant of the fact by the way that music from this era was written for only men right so you might be thinking. Well how the heck did you get. Altos and sopranos. Well they had boys there were also kastrati. But we won't talk about that the boys Were like for instance The musician that can compose himself victoria. He was a boy. He was a chorister. That's how a lot of these composers got their start. They sang in choirs in church. Choirs cathedral choirs or or chapter choirs. Or whatever when they were kids in churches and Universities or whatever. And that's how they there were spotted for their talents and from there they learn composing or whatever. Now the The the thing is about harry christophers the way. He approaches his group when he had additions a woman. He's looking for a specific quality. He looks for a woman who sounds like a boy. And i realized that my sound sexist or whatever but he's looking for women who have this quality of of a young man's voice and that's what he picks. I i know this. I'm not making up. I saw him interviewed once about it. And that's kind of the secret to his success. He tries to sound as authentic as possible. So that was the motete. Omani mysterious and the words to that motete are thus in translation. Oh great mystery and wonderful sacrament that animals now sacramento here meaning holy thing Miss mystery Missed missed by the way stereo monuments terms aim of the tune terms alliance and word. But it's it's it's a loan word from greek. Misteri him in greek Means mystery hidden thing literally hidden thing. So a sacrament is a holy thing so the greeks tend to call what we call the seven sacraments. Call them the seven mysteries so great mystery. Oh and wonderful sacrament. And is that talking about one of the seven sacraments. He's talking about the birth of our lord that animals should see the newborn lord lying in a manger. blessed is the virgin whose womb was worthy to bear. Christ the lord. Hail mary full of grace voters with you. Actually this is in. That version is a couple of different versions of the text Blessed is the virgin whose womb was worthy to bear. Christ the lord. Okay so that is the text without the those few words. The hail mary in it. That is the tax now. The melody that he just gave us he himself used as the basis of a mass setting. Now this is a mass setting. That's become familiar to me lately. Because for for a an embarrassing they longtime the brothers and sisters have been working on on getting this entire mass under our belt. So i'm going to play for you. Only the first part of the of the of the properties of that mass setting the curious laya on from the missi oman. Yumi stadium by the same composer. To- tomasz louisa. Victoria great spanish composer. Who died in the year by the sixteen eleven now This is about a minute and thirty seconds and it is all sung by the same guy. he's amazing he he he. He sings The the youtube called views from the choir loft He's singing it really. I think to go into the corpus. Christi watershed site This guy sings. Sat he's very versatile. So here you.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Up. I'll go i'll go elsewhere. Money knows joe rogan. Bang matthew mci all this guy you know you know you have these people. Celebrities count on Forward the message in and click. He'll to whatever the hell and we're all the celebrities now. I mean it used to be every freakin cast of friends. Every you know Pop artist every every every every and now it's like where are they. Well they killed hollywood. I know they must have done some deal with hollywood because they sat back pretty easy bottom and just to be just to be shut down because i mean know. Movie theaters are done. They're not making any movies You know it's it's it's a thing it is. It's something that you know. Dr franken i've been going on about the culture thing that they were. Actually they were going after the minds of the people. This has been you know their goal. And if you don't see it. I don't know what i i can't. I can't drag care. I'm past that. I you know we did our new. Bob and i been doing this thirty years. You know at least twenty five plus whatever a actual activism goes like. You and i met in ninety three. I remember. It was november over ninety. Three around in there right about when you're getting arrested for holding a sign up at a janet reno rally or something like that right white. After i just got elected county chairman. I was independent. Working with you know Libertarians a lot. They're all friends for years. You know we need my independent status for my losses. Well once the government stipulated. That i was right on a bunch of stuff and they did stays and we're going to fix it and you know there was a window there that i could register. Libertarian registered libertarian. And a couple of hours later. That day i was elected maricopa county chairman of literature in part. Because you know everybody knew the already they do. I was doing while i was doing and i go. Look we do this. We're not there's no. There's no negotiation. This is hardcore academic do some whip ass. Because i can see what the problem is. You're trying to be like them and he'll screw that i. Do you want me to do this. We're going to do it so you were at those electric kind of go kick out. That was november. I think by january you know it was martin luther king holiday weekend janet reno came to arizona was after waco and all this other stuff was going on and we had signed job legalize Legalize freedom registered libertarian. Or something like that. Yeah it was pretty. Innocuous signed boy. They didn't not know. Hey we're going to put those people in their place. Because janet reno what we realized is where we were standing is where she was gonna pull them with her limo circling the block and the high school auditorium thing and the media was going to get that in the background. That just was not going to happen. We just happened to be in the right place light. Do you know the constitution lawsuit stuff. And as long as you're not in the harry christophers get away with showing stuff in your face at the airport or whatever but it was if you don't impede their traveled there walking if you don't get in their way if you don't make slowdown down or deviate path or you can do whatever you want. Warm up against the wall. I'm way back into the parking lot. And we were there early all decked out told not to go nope you can't come really is not a private of that. It's on public land use in public facilities with public money and the public and the public invited in the public public. Well they had there was like one hundred people. There was signed protests. You get rid of their out. You know they're all being there patriot guys and the night before. That's a big eight hundred people at a doubletree in ballroom and there. We spoke at that and told what we're gonna do it. We're going to be there. Everybody left except us. They went on the sidewalk outside the fence. I go hail no just out of printable while then it became a thing so by the lawsuits you know went to the us district court yada yada yada yada and all and they arrested me an indie. Let me go. Because they're like demon here but you can't go back. We will keep me here where i'm going okay. I went back. They save me a seat in the front row. Janet reno was just wrapping up my but bounced off. The seat stood up waco waco waco. It was it was amazing experience and how they just make it up as they go along they you know you're not allowed to speak if it was you know you you you had to be inside the facility that if you're inside that thing and you had i don't okay but not the parking lot two weeks later. The current was another newspaper acuras. There were more liberal. They were out with their papers inside on the vote for the baseball stadium. And some.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And during that time He's expected to sharply cut U. S troop strength in Afghanistan and Iraq, a CBS news correspondent. We Should Zhang reports. This move puts the president closer to fulfilling a promise of ending American involvement in conflicts abroad. CBS News has learned that the Pentagon expects the president to order withdrawal of about 2000 American forces in Afghanistan and 500 in Iraq by May, January that would leave about 2500 U. S troops in each country acting defense secrets. Harry Christopher Miller said in a message to employees last night that he wants to bring the current war to an end in a responsible manner that he were there is responsible, and the president is already getting pushback from his own party, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who said a rapid withdrawal would hurt our allies and delight. The people who wish US harm. NATO Secretary General says any premature withdrawal from Afghanistan could be dangerous, leaving room for Isis to move in. Jury trials in New Jersey, suspended as covert 19 cases in that state continued to increase in person. Jury trials were suspended back in March to the onset of the pandemic, but they resumed in September on a limited basis with restrictions so the resumption of trials has led to resolutions and settlements in more than 300 cases. A state Supreme Court order released Monday suspends in Percy in person jury trials until further notice. The exception of one trial that's in progress in person. Grand Juries are suspended but can meet virtually 12 09 a crashing down pole being cleaned up on route 70 eastbound there Casper Boulevard, So we'll check in on the status that with Kyrie next, just the fax none of the noise Ky Dylan you news radio depend on us. It's time to face it via some things don't last forever. If your face mask has seen better days, toss it or wash it wearing masks after they're no longer effective could be dangerous to the health of.

"harry christopher" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:33 min | 6 months ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on WGN Radio

"R Karmen Jo brand chip carry his first season in the booth a lot. Along for an incredible ride. Ah, a chip. This is ah, Memory lane. Time for you, right. We got it. We got the doctor. No doubt. Yeah, Yeah. What was? I don't know, when you're here on your calls. Now you're on a million different radio shows. Thank you so much for taking time tonight. Like, Well, what's it like for you to just bring a smile to your face thinking about that season? Well, yeah. I mean, I think about how much younger I was. And how much less grey hair I had. And, you know, hearing Steve Stone in the background and my broadcast partner, Dear friend. It was such a wonderful Time in my life personally professionally, despite fact, that gets work of my grandfather. But the city of Chicago was so great to me and the Cubs were so great to me and to parachute into a season where yet? Ah, good Cubs team and a team that went to the playoffs, man. It was a dream come true is ah lot of fun and I think the big special tomorrow night will be Ah, as you said, a great trip down memory lane for a lot of people, including just just a reminder to you're hired to do the middle innings that year. Is that right? Yeah, I was going to do the middle three pre imposed at home and all the road games. Harry was not going to travel quite so much, and I know that they are for me the job a couple of years earlier to work on radio from your married reasons, I could take it. But, you know, I was excited to work with my grandfather personally and professionally. I didn't know much about Harry. We were sort of estranged, I guess is the best way to put it so a chance for our family to close in circles and close the loops and all that stuff that didn't happen, obviously, to going from being an understudy to the guy that had a sit in that chair with his partner, his fans, his microphone, his producer and stuff was Was, you know, an awesome and difficult responsibility, but a lot of people were in my corner. A lot of people helped me and obviously a good teammate. The transition as easy and smooth as it possibly could be. Shit. I know you had done baseball prior to that. But did were you ever able to really absorb just how important the season was. And I'm not even just talking about the home run chase, but everything you just mentioned And the fact that the home run chase is part of it. And, Oh, yeah, the Cubs are going to the playoffs like all these things are just accumulating in the same year that it ever come to realization for you in that moment. No, because you know you live in the moment you don't really affect you don't really processed it that way until time is gone. You have a chance to think back and reflect and see where that season Wass in your personal history and for the city of Chicago and all that kind of stuff looking like I said, I came to Chicago, hoping to be an apprentice. Ah and learn at the foot of the master and I have been working with Steve and Harry and understand what Chicago is all about. I didn't get the opportunity. I was thrust into that. And I think that a pretty good job of being myself finding my own voice in the midst of a very good season and as time went on this time goes by 22 years old, and I've said it many people many times at 1998 was in many ways my favorite Major league baseball season in the sense that I was able Tio, follow my grandfather forge a great relationship with Steve Stone, you know, mesh with people in Chicago and who people who understood that I was not Harry Carey. And follow a team that had so many remarkable individual and team performances in a way that it touched a lot of hearts there because we know the Cubs history wasn't particularly good as Faras, postseason baseball and success and to be a very, very minor part and chronicle That team's success in 98, which was so unexpected and to be in the right place, the right time was ah, great entree for me in Chicago and was, I guess a springboard for my career, not just a cup. Announcer but is a baseball announcer this professional? I'm always grateful for the people who are extremely supportive of me, and I'll never forget those great moments. What kind of pressure did that put on you? I mean, your grandfather was known for his gigantic calls, and there was a hack a lot of them that year. Yeah, well, I think some of that is self imposed. Ah, you know, I think it was very honest with my partner and my my crew and the people that hired me. I was going to do things based upon who I was. I share. Harry's name on the Harry. Harry Christopher carry the third. But I wasn't Harry. I was a young father. Ah, and I was not from Chicago. I didn't know the Cubs history and all that stuff here in the Hall of Fame. I was just beginning my career. And so I just said, Look, I've got to do this my way, And that was only my grandfather. Every game ever gave me was, it is a personality driven business. You have to be you. And I think that was very, very strong advice and smart advice. Because if I try to be a cheap facsimile of very carry people have seen by through it. So was I perfect. And all the people in Chicago that hated because they hate Mary out and were there people who love me because of Harry? Yeah, and with people that I think came to appreciate and understand and accept the fact that I was who I was because that was big. Yeah, absolutely. And that's all part of the growing process. That we all go through as announcers and as human beings. You know you're you you up. You do the best that you can in the moment and let the chips fall where they may if you will, and I'm very, very happy with my track record in Chicago. I'm very grateful for the opportunity to so many people gave and then the opportunities of trust that they gave me a swell..

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"harry christopher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Okay. I'm getting goosebumps. I just with that was like wow the person sitting next to me. You know said that's great. Classical music is alive and living for the next generation and then and we were talking as we were laughing and he said. I wish there was a recording of that and I looked up. And there's microphones on stage. Were recording the concert for radio broadcast future and and There we had the the recording. Yeah so you are trying to find this kid you put out a call. Why do you want to locate him? WELL WE WE WANNA talk to him about the experience you WanNa thank him personally when make sure he has a recording of the moment and we want to introduce him to the conductor Harry Christophers Terry would like to speak with them and invite him back for another concert. David SNEAD. CEO of Boston's Haydn Handel society. Talking with Carol about the young mystery story critic who delivered an immediate enthusiastic verdict during a performance in May well that critic was nine at the time so he didn't just go wandering into into classical music concerts. His grandfather was with him and after we learned the identity of Ronin Madison we contacted his grandmother. Claire Madden in New Hampshire people all over the place seven going crazy about that. Captivating wow what was your reaction when you first heard the recording oh just sent a chill down my spine and it was Kinda funny because the day of the concert. Stephen came home and he told the story about how Ronin gave Out this big. Wow in the middle of all the silence and it was just a funny story. It was another Ronin story. He's he's quite a guy go when I heard the recording own. Oh my stephen is is your husband. He's grandma and GRANDPA was taking Ronin to hear the Boston Symphony Hall. D Hair. That concert this is this isn't wisened. Eighteen twelve overture or something. It's not something a lot of bangs bells notices and stuff. What do you think about it? That touched him so much. Well well I think that he picks up on the emotional tone of the music you know and he gets into it. He's involved when he's listening to music at home He's dancing around pretending conduct it. It just moves him. It gets to him more than a lot of other other things that we do with him to try to bring him out. What are you what are you referring to well? He's on the autism spectrum. He's mostly non verbal uh-huh so for him to emotionally express. His feelings with the word was amazing. It's all all the more touching and wonderful about the story that that's the case he so how often does he expressed himself in this way we may be heard at four or five times. Wow Wow that's exactly exactly. How did you come to learn that the orchestra was actually looking for him? My sister saw an article article in one of the local newspapers. She lives in Massachusetts and she called me right away. Because I told you the story. And she said that's gotTa be rolling and and she sent me the link to the article with the little sound clip in Nice. Yeah I'd recognize his voice anywhere they let's him and then there was an email address for David snead who is the CEO. I guess and I sent him an email told him it was my grandson and he got right back to me. He called me. He said that it was just the most wonderful thing that's happened to him in the forty years that he's been with H. and H. Society is is that was emotional. The the whole week has been a roller coaster ride. So what does he offered. Well what he told me was that the conductor That night has gone back to England which is his home but he will be back in October. And at that time they're going to invite Ronin and family only to go back to symphony hall and for Ronin to meet the conductor and some of the musicians and then give the family a front row seat to the show. Wow and what would that mean for. Ronin Ronin will be very excited. We can tell them ahead of time that we're going back to the symphony but to tell him he's going to meet as the conductor. I don't think that will really click with him until he's there and actually meeting him. And maybe touching yeah. That's well that's what will thrill him. Claire Madden speaking with Carol in May about her grandson Ronin and and in October Ronin did go back to symphony hall and meet the conductor. He touched the instruments kicked his feet on the floor and saying along with the band. That is a Overly simplistic description of what John Man did. But over more than thirty years as the magnetic frontman for the band. Spirit of the West he did kick and stomp an in jump and write songs and sing them then in twenty fourteen. He was diagnosed with early onset. Alzheimer's IT'S TESTAMENT TO MR Mann's astonishing commitment that the band managed a farewell tour during which the once kinetic singer relied on an IPAD for the lyrics. John Man died on November twentieth. And the next day Eh Carol spoke with the CO founder of spirit of the West Geoffrey Kelley about his longtime friend and partner in crime. Can you tell us about your first. Hello what are your first memories of John. Oh boy well. My wife was the one who sort of brought John into my life. They were they were together in in theater school and and I was playing a little bit of music with the other original band member Jake Newton and she said well you ought to hear this this Guy John Man who's in my one of my classes He's an amazing singer and we were so impressed by by his voice and his energy and and that time he was very influenced by people like Stan Rogers. He loved the East Coast sound but there was something about him. And we just all connected really well suddenly we were three and got a little gig up at whistler playing outside in the square and that was Kinda how it very innocently began but right from the word go. John brought a certain kind of energy that We recognized ignites being something that would really make us unique. He was like a folk singer a punk rocker at the same time. If you can kind of imagine that combination his it's his frenetic energy just rubbed off on all of us. It's the mostly star and no one can forget that when you see how he moves into states energy is to understate what a floor foresee was just heard grant Lawrence on the CBC saying John emburey seemed to embrace that that notion of dance like no one's watching he did he just with with reckless abandon and regardless of what kind of music it was. He wasn't a delicate dance there. That's for sure. But he had his own style and he just couldn't help himself in two thousand fourteen. John and the band went public with his diagnosis of early onset. Alzheimer's how difficult was it to go public liquid that for him and for all of you. Oh it was. We put a lot of thought into how to go about it and we felt at a certain point. We needed to tell people because we didn't want John feel embarrassed about maybe messing up song or people wondering why. Why did he do that? Or why is this happening. And we felt felt it was the right thing to do and then eventually it got to the point where it just became too much for them so we wrapped it up with a few great shows one of which was Massey Hall where John was just at his absolute best. He for some reason for that show. He he rallied and he I think he seemed to know the importance of it. We've had always wanted to play there and we finally had our chance and John was such a champ that night and I was so proud of them because it must have taken so much courage to walk out on stage just kind of not knowing if your mind would let you down or not and He was courageous rightful Tila very end of his performing career for sure. Is there a moment or particular story joy that speaks to who John was for you at did you hold dear. Oh boy there. There's so many one one of the one of the more humorous moments was was At a certain point in the nineties I think you really felt like we were having to play way too much and I remember being on a ferry with John Talking about this saying I think we should really all find some different things to do and have spirit play way less and said the Johnny you know what do you. What do you think you would do if if we kinda back off of the of the band and he goes? I'm not really sure but I'd be. I'd be fine as long as it involves applause line right and and he did exactly that he went back into theater and he went back into starring in musicals and movies and television shows. He had an amazing and second career as an actor but I always loved that line about the applause very John Very funny. That was Geoffrey. Kelly co-founder of spirit of the West speaking to Carol about his friend. John Man the singer Frontman and actor died on November twentieth of complications related to early onset. Alzheimer's Mr Demand was fifty-seven. You've been listening to the as it happens. PODCAST I are show can be heard Monday to Friday on. CBC Radio One following the world at six you can also listen to the whole show on the web just go to CBC DOT CA Slash Aih and and follow the links to our online archived. Thank you for listening and Helen Them. Out For more C._B._C.. PODCASTS GO TO C._B._C.. Dot C._A. Slash podcasts..

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"harry christopher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Okay. I'm getting goosebumps. I just with that was like wow the person sitting next to me. You know said that's great. Classical music is alive and living for the next generation and then and we were talking as we were laughing and he said. I wish there was a recording of that and I looked up. And there's microphones on stage. Were recording the concert for radio broadcast and the future and and There we had the the recording. Yeah so you are trying to find this kid you put out a call. Why do you want to locate him? WELL WE WE WANNA talk to him about the experience you WanNa thank him personally when make sure he has a recording of the moment and we want to introduce him to the conductor Harry Christophers Terry would like to speak with them and invite him back for another concert. David SNEAD. CEO of Boston's Haydn Handel society. Talking with Carol about the young mystery story critic who delivered an immediate enthusiastic verdict during a performance in May well that critic was nine at the time so he didn't just go wandering into into classical music concerts. His grandfather was with him and after we learned the identity of Ronin Madison we contacted his grandmother. Claire Madden in New Hampshire people all over the place seven going crazy about that. Captivating wow what was your reaction when you first heard the recording oh just sent a chill down my spine and it was Kinda funny because the day of the concert. Stephen came home and he told the story about how Ronin gave Out this big. Wow in the middle of all the silence and it was just a funny story. It was another Ronin story. He's he's quite a guy go when I heard the recording own. Oh my stephen is is your husband. He's grandma and GRANDPA was taking Ronin to hear the Boston Symphony Hall. D Hair. That concert this is this isn't wisened. Eighteen twelve overture or something. It's not something a lot of bangs bells notices and stuff. What do you think about it? That touched him so much. Well well I think that he picks up on the emotional tone of the music you know and he gets into it. He's involved when he's listening to music at home He's dancing around pretending conduct it. It just moves him. It gets to him more than a lot of other other things that we do with him to try to bring him out. What are you what are you referring to well? He's on the autism spectrum. Peace mostly non verbal uh-huh so for him to emotionally express. His feelings with the word was amazing. It's all all the more touching and wonderful about the story that that's the case he so how often does he expressed himself in this way we may be heard at four or five times. Wow Wow that's exactly exactly. How did you come to learn that the orchestra was actually looking for him? My sister saw an article article in one of the local newspapers. She lives in Massachusetts and she called me right away. Because I told you the story. And she said that's gotTa be rolling and and she sent me the link to the article with the little sound clip in Nice. Yeah I'd recognize his voice anywhere they let's him and then there was an email address for David snead who is the CEO. I guess and I sent him an email told him it was my grandson and he got right back to me. He called me. He said that it was just the most wonderful thing that's happened to him in the forty years that he's been with H. and H. Society is is that was emotional. You know the the whole week has been a roller coaster ride. So what does he offered. Well what he told me was that the conductor That night has gone back to England which is his home but he will be back in October. And at that time they're going to invite Ronin and family only to go back to symphony hall and for Ronin to meet the conductor and some of the musicians and then give the family a front row seat to the show. Wow and what would that mean for. Ronin Ronin will be very excited. We can tell them ahead of time that we're going back to the symphony but to tell him he's going to meet as the conductor. I don't think that will really click with him until he's there and actually meeting him. And maybe touching yeah. That's well that's what will thrill him. Claire Madden speaking with Carol in May about her grandson Ronin and and in October Ronin did go back to symphony hall and meet the conductor. He touched the instruments kicked his feet on the floor and saying along with the band. Now that is a Overly simplistic description of what John Man did. But over more than thirty years as the magnetic frontman for the band spirit of the West he did kick and stomp an in jump and write songs and sing them then in twenty fourteen. He was diagnosed with early onset. Alzheimer's IT'S TESTAMENT TO MR Mann's astonishing commitment that the band managed a farewell tour during which the once kinetic singer relied on an IPAD for the lyrics. John Man died on November twentieth. And the next day Eh Carol spoke with the CO founder of spirit of the West Geoffrey Kelley about his longtime friend and partner in crime. Can you tell us about your first. Hello what are your first memories of John. Oh boy well. My wife was the one who sort of brought John into my life. They were they were together in in theater school and and I was playing a little bit of music with the other original band member Jake Newton and she said well you ought to hear this this Guy John Man who's in my one of my classes He's an amazing singer and we were so impressed by by his voice and his energy and and that time he was very influenced by people like Stan Rogers. He loved the East Coast sound but there was something about him. And we just all connected really well suddenly we were three and got a little gig up at whistler playing outside in the square and that was Kinda how it very innocently began but right from the word go. John brought a certain kind of energy that We recognized ignites being something that would really make us unique. He was like a folksinger a punk rocker at the same time. If you can kind of imagine that combination his it's his frenetic energy just rubbed off on all of us. It's the mostly star and no one can forget that when you see how he moves into states energy is to understate what a floor foresee was just heard grant Lawrence on the CBC saying John emburey seemed to embrace that that notion of dance like no one's watching he did he just with with reckless abandon regardless of what kind of music it was. He wasn't a delicate dance there. That's for sure. But he had his own style and he just couldn't help himself in two thousand fourteen. John and the band went public with his diagnosis of early onset. Alzheimer's how difficult was it to go public liquid that for him and for all of you. Oh it was. We put a lot of thought into how to go about it and we felt at a certain point. We needed to tell people because we didn't want John feel embarrassed about maybe messing up song or people wondering why. Why did he do that? Or why is this happening. And we felt felt it was the right thing to do and then eventually it got to the point where it just became too much for them so we wrapped it up with a few great shows one of which was Massey Hall where John was just at his absolute best. He for some reason for that show. He he rallied and he I think he seemed to know the importance of it. We've had always wanted to play there and we finally had our chance and John was such a champ that night and I was so proud of them because it must have taken so much courage to walk out on stage just kind of not knowing if your mind would let you down or not and He was courageous rightful Tila very end of his performing career for sure. Is there a moment or particular story joy that speaks to who John was for you at did you hold dear. Oh boy there. There's so many one one of the one of the more humorous moments was was At a certain point in the nineties I think you really felt like we were having to play way too much and I remember being on a ferry with John Talking about this saying I think we should really all find some different things to do and have spirit play way less and said the Johnny you know what do you. What do you think you would do if if we you kind of back off of the of the band and he goes? I'm not really sure but I'd be. I'd be fine as long as it involves applause line right and and he did exactly that he went back into theater and he went back into starring in musicals and movies and television shows. He had an amazing and second career as an actor but I always loved that line about the applause very John Very funny. That was Geoffrey. Kelly co-founder of spirit of the West speaking to Carol about his friend. 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"harry christopher" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

23:07 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"Is by Ottawa's own the stairwell carolers. Thank you to them for permission to use this. Uh Aw Sir uh Yeah mm-hmm Oh God uh-huh so who these carols come from well before puritanism I was about to say before the advent of puritanism but that really isn't appropriate before puritanism every parish. And I use that. That in the sense The English sense for a county had resident musicians called weights or minstrels. They were professionals. They played played for festivities of all kinds weddings religious festivals In the village green all sorts of different things and they were the ones who wrote the words to the Ballad Carols as Andrew sort of hinted at some of them. We have the original melodies to sometimes we have melodies and we no longer have the words in a modern person. Put other words to them sometimes. Those words are traditional from another tune and they district of transplanted them sometimes. They're completely new. Sometimes a traditional traditional melody is put on two different. Traditional words sometimes a new melody as written for traditional words that there's a lot of permutations of it but anyway basically came came from these minstrels of the time most of the Ballad Carols tell the Christmas story in simple Biblical language but others of them recount the entire story three of our redemption. In fact a number of carols that are popular at Christmas are actually just the Christmas verses excerpted from a longer redemption narrative often. There'll be a Christmas verse or two in Nedal go on to have a few verses about Christ Passion and resurrection and things like that another source for these. The Ballad Carols is legend and particularly the Apocryphal. Gospels seem to supply at least elements of the legend Legend Carols so these would be legends. Non Biblical Legends About Christ the Apostles Mary and Joseph and sometimes other saint as well and other carols are more secular killer in nature and they simply encourage Christmas hospitality in the pudding aside of grudges. So they're more celebratory and maybe a little bit more or less the second goodwill inspiring but it still obviously stems from this Christmas Spirit so examples of Nativity carols would be worth God rest. You Merry Very Gentlemen. That one uses fourteen yrs restructure. We were talking about the narrator is telling a story in verses with everybody else chiming in at the end of each each I and the full version which probably is not often sung now has a verse asking God to bless the Master of the house which his very typical another example is the I know l.? That one's in a kind of triple time. It's not obvious at first because there is a little bit more of a breath between triplet by the way Eric Route Lee is not a huge fan of the I know l.. He thinks it's got a really impoverished. Repetitive melody a so much so in fact that he is convinced that we don't have the whole melody that whoever collected it or whoever it was collected from in the nineteenth eighteenth century simply didn't remember the whole thing. And so we've got only a chunk of the melody and so Repeats over and over in a way that he doesn't find very attractive attractive. I'm not gonNA play the legendary carols for you here. But I would like to discuss the words of a few of them because they are very interesting. There's one well L. known one called the Cherry Tree. Carol and I'm not quite a fan of this because it has Joseph being a bit mean to marry about her mysterious pregnancy. But there are a number of symbolic elements to it. That are pretty interesting. Lynn Rally draws them out. So I'm going to read a few verses of the traditional version of the Cherry Tree Carol Paul Joseph and Mary walked through an Orchard Good where was Cherries Berries as red as any blood. Joseph and Mary walked through an orchard. Green where was Berries and Cherries as thick as might be seen. Oh then bespoke Mary. With words so meek and mild plucked me one Cherry Joseph Yousef for I am with child then bespoke Joseph with answer most unkind. Let Him pluck the Cherry that brought the now with child. Oh then then bespoke the baby within his mother's womb. Bow Down then. The tallest tree for my mother to have some then bowed down the highest tree unto his mother's hand then she cried see Joseph I Have Cherries at command. So obviously there's the element there of Joseph reacting to Mary's mysterious pregnancy agency. In a way that I don't really think he would have but rally points out a couple of other folkloric. Germs rally points out a couple of other bits of folklore that you can find in here. One is this aspect of the gift of a Cherry as What rally calls the divine authentication of human fertility ability? That's something that's apparently found in legends. All over the world another is a bit that seems to come from the Apocryphal Gospel of Pseudo Matthew. You which has the story quote rally here that Mary on the way home with the family after the flight into Egypt sat down under a palm tree and expressed a wish that she could have some dates. St Joseph could find no way skill the tree but at the bidding of Jesus. The tree bent its branches in. Mary gathered the fruit. This has nothing to do with fertility. Of course it there's one of the many infancy. Miracles that are to be found that wonderful Farrago of rumor gossip and fantasy the Apocryphal New Testament. The reason for the currency of these stories in late medieval England was there used by the preaching friars as illustrations or even as text for their homilies. But what's interesting is rally pointing out that they wouldn't just take these Apocryphal Gospel stories and use them they would actually kind of revise them to make them a little bit more edifying or make them a little a bit more Orthodox so he points out that this story The Cherry Tree has kind of that recapitulation theme that you find in Saint Erin Rene us that the sin of Eve is reversed and redeemed by Mary so as rally transposing it into a story singer says that either took a fruit and Sindh and Mary took a fruit and knew that the Lord was with her the Cherry Tree. Carol also kind of illustrates this point. I mentioned earlier about Carol. Is that seem to be associated with indentity or Christmas going on and talking about the rest of the life of Christ as well. So there's a total of eighteen in verses and the Cherry Tree Carol and even goes all the way through Easter another legendary. Carol that is more well known is I saw three ships. We typically think of three ships associated with the Holy Trinity and the three members of the holy family but there is a little bit of a different legend behind this. I'll quote rally again. The tradition was that there remains were brought to byzantium by the Empress Helena. The mother of the Emperor. Constantine who renamed the city and later taken to Milan from Milan. The skulls of the three kings were taken to Cologne by Frederick Barbarossa in eleven sixty two and are believed to be still preserved as relics in the cathedral there. The three tips are traditionally the ships by which they were brought to Cologne. The Carol has simply transfer the ships from the major to Christ himself. Okay it's really time for me a to play another song for you. This is in the genre of the Lullaby Carol. It's actually a song for the Holy Innocence called the Coventry Carol. It's performed by the sixteen conducted by Harry Christopher Eh. Oh Eh mm-hmm Eh. Eh The you and this loon a This is where rally starts to get a bit Chester Tony Allen coming back to the topic of carols which deal with the whole of redemption history or at least with other religious subjects than Christmas. Rally points out that it's typical of the medieval religious disposition that they would be quite ready to sing about Christ's Christ's suffering and death at Christmas time or that a stanza dealing with the passion and resurrection or a call to repentance would be followed with the same jolly refrain that they had following the one about Christmas. So let me quote him again here. They never forgot that the whole act of God is a divine comedy a terrible all story with a triumphant ending their native genius for seeing the shape of a story a genius entirely extinguished in our own day by any obsessive approach to the passion and caused them to see clearly that the Nativity involves the passion and the passion the resurrection and that it all stands for hope and joy for people who have and want no no other anchor in the world. There's a May Carol that provides a great example of this. It's got a really interesting juxtaposition of the celebration of the new birth breath in the season of spring. Then a bunch of verses reminding us that we're going to die and rot in the ground in our life as you know short span as a flower and all that so it it actually uses the blooming of the flower as a reminder of mortality. Here's Shirley Collins singing. The Bedfordshire May Carol I it Is Hey morning it died out Nod Fan It's a joy Ah The so other versions that I read the verses of online address death in even more explicit way and now I'm not not really a singer but I'm feeling empowered by the fulke nature of this material to sing a verse for you and when you are dead and in your grave covered word in clay so cold though worms we'll eat your flesh good man and your bones turn to good mold. So that's awesome another really amazing. Lyric is seven virgins also known as the leaves of life. Unfortunately I couldn't get permission to use a version of this. I would recommend going checking out the one by Sandy Denny so the narrator sees these seven virgins one of whom is the blessed mother other and he asked them what they're looking for they tell them they're looking for Jesus and he tells them to go down to the nearest town where he is Nailed into the big huge tree. And so they go down and Mary. Weeping and crisis consoling his mother and gives her John to be her son and then. There's this this sudden shift which I'll read to you so down. They went to Yonder town as fast as foot could fall and many grievous bitter tear from the virgins is did fall. Aw Oh peace mother oh peace mother your weeping doth me grieve. I must suffer this. He said for Adam and Eve then he laid his head head on his right shoulder. Seeing death it struck him. Ni- the Holy Ghost be with your soul. I di- mother dear I die. Oh The rose. The gentle rose rose and the fennel that grows so green. God gives us grace in every place to pray for our King and Queen Furthermore for our enemies all our prayers they should be strong strong amend good Lord your charity is the ending of my song. Rally quotes Lord David. C Soul saying that the author sweeps from heaven into Earth has boldly and suddenly as bird from Sky D'Amato grass which is a a beautiful description of that sudden shift in the in the tone and subject matter. Now I'm GonNa play you another Carol. That doesn't have the mood. You associate with Christmas but it is a Christmas carol but it begins with the fall of Adam and how we were all condemned to Hell L. before Christ came to save us. Here's remember o thou man performed by the king's singers. Aw mm-hmm Tom. Aw Aw ooh yeah on your award GEICO own team. ooh ooh.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

14:13 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Welcome to the Monitor daily podcast. It's Wednesday October ninth Thanks for joining US I'm no L. Swat and I know Robertson Ronin Matin defied convention at a concert at Boston Symphony Hall in a moment of profound silence at the end of Mozart's Masonic Funeral music he exclaimed wow ronin might have been hushed or scolded for violating the rules of decorum in a sacred sanctuary of nick instead laughter then applause broke out for the wonderfully succinct expression of what many of the twenty five hundred in pendants were feeling the Handel and Haydn Society was so charmed by the simple utterance of all that it made a public call to find the way how child and thank him last week Ronin who's been diagnosed on the opposite spectrum and is relatively non verbal methods conductor Harry Christopher's and other members of the orchestra during a rehearsal at Symphony Hall. I think a lot of times people go to the symphony and they try to contain the selves in sit still like maybe the way you felt when you were a kid and you were told to be seen and not heard pill be oft principal trombone for the Boston Anthony Orchestra told W. G. B. H. The idea that you would go to a concert and participate is something that we need to make space for here's to making space for unbridled joy and spontaneous expressions of amazement now to our five stories today they explore the rapidly escalating impeachment standoff and the roots of unrest in Iraq a shift toward far right politics in Poland the emergence of states rights as a liberal cause and an effort to hold onto a bastion of French culture I story whether you call it a constitutional crisis or a partisan impasse the current deadlock between the White House and Congress is not something envisioned by the founders and it may only be resolved at the ballot box President Donald Trump's pledge of noncooperation the impeachment inquiry may or may not be a constitutional crisis but it is a stark new test of the nation's founding legal document perhaps is the most important such trial since Richard Nixon declined to turn over the White House tapes how it's resolved could reset the balance of power between the executive and slate of branches of government and our polarized political age many experts believe the current standoff between President Trump and the house isn't something the Constitution and we'll be able to resolve the founding fathers gave Congress what they felt was a powerful means to prevail and competition between the branches of government the ability of the House to impeach the president and the Senate to vote to remove them but they did not envision a US where the political faultlines would be party versus party not legislative versus executive the results the current mess of an action and conflicting claims to me the right term is constitutional failure says Chris Egilsson an assistant professor of government and the School of Public Affairs at American University the system is not working he says and the way it was intended and designed to work this story was reported by Peter Greer and Jessica Mendoza and Shington for the Monitor on the surface Iraq's anti-government protests are about unemployed Mint and corruption but expose a much deeper challenge the dearth of democratic institutions to translate that anger into meaningful form a week of deadly protests over corruption and unemployment has post the biggest challenge to Iraq's political elite since the Isis threat in two thousand seventeen and the violence is raising a fundamental question does Iraq have the leadership and democratic institutions to address citizens anger in a substantive way young rockies in particular are disillusioned with a weak government and officials who still rule sixteen years after Saddam Hussein's toppling through ethno sectarian parties and militias even as the use state funds the satisfy patronage networks Iraq Renaudin sore notes that the elections last year saw the lowest turnout since two thousand three and while two-thirds of parliamentary seats changed hands initial hopes a significant change have gone this protest is the only way they think that they can have a voice he says in a recent analysis correa fantastic of the International Crisis Group wrote that appointing technocrats the ministerial posts marked quote an attempt to trigger a transition from a dysfunctional political system yet technocrats remained dependent on the old political figures Iraq is at a crossroads she says assist some of hope and a readiness for reform runs parallel to a stubborn belief that broken system will continue to sputter along this story was reported By Scott Peterson in London for the Monitor the dominance of Non Center Party changes the scope of what's appropriate to say in Poland the ascent of right wing law and justice is giving space on the country's political stage to the far right for many outside observers Poland's ruling law injustice party it seems like it must set the right wing bounds of the countries local spectrum after all it is overseen a nationalist conservative shift since it took power in two thousand fifteen but a new coalition is hoping the challenge law and Justice Poland's October thirteenth elections by going even further right and it's setting off alarm bells the leadership of the confederacy coalition view themselves as true conservatives and saviors of the Catholic Polish nation the spouse tradition you know family values oppose abortion and reject migration especially from the Muslim world and they worry Germany will turn the European Union into a superstate adhering the values of liberal elites critics however label them neo Nazis and fascists leading figures coalition make remarks and adopt positions mini consider sexist homophobic xenophobic and anti Semitic observers say they're increasing eminence is a result of normalization by law and justice things that would not be heard on television a few years ago are now part of the mainstream at the heart of the ongoing feud between California and the trump administration lies a familiar tug of war over the role of states rights but this time around the players seem to have switched teams California it seems that war with the trump administration began as a battle over California's right to impose fuel emissions regulations escalated to include accusations that the state has failed the clean up air and water and threats to withhold federal funds as a result the latest blow came Friday when the trump administration announced it was opening up seven hundred twenty thousand acres of federal land in California for oil and gas development anticipating that decision state lawmakers had already after legislation to ban development of infrastructure that would be used for oil and gas extraction on protected Federal Lands Democratic Governor Gavin use some has yet to sign that bill beneath the tit for tat lies familiar struggle in American politics over the role of states rights that mini associate with particular partisan battle lines but both liberals and conservatives have touted federalism when it suits them on some issues end not on others public policy professor Barry Rabe prefers to it as selective federalism for the party out of power there's often Arado and Martin Shoes and Sacramento California for the Monitor how important is it for the culture that promotes come rotary French cafes are places were keys Angle but changes to the cafe culture are jolting the country like a strong espresso the Brooklyn station of cafes mean more coffee sure is far from dead owners and French and foreign patrons desire to keep it alive even if that means adapting to new ways of operating they've gone through a major transformation over the years but still hold a very important place in our collective imagination she says this story this podcast is produced by the Christian Science Monitor Copyright Twenty Nineteen.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on WTVN

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on WTVN

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"harry christopher" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mid town geico presents quick ways to chain police say a port Washington man is under investigation by a terrorism task force after thirties found over a dozen weapons at his home of the twenty seven guns found in John to Janice port Washington home two of them are what's known as ghost guns these are guns that are made at home from a kit their plastic and sometimes a three D. printer is used and they're not registered and have no serial number deputy Nassau County police commissioner Kevin Smith says one of the ghosts guns was found in the bedroom of the Janice twelve year old daughter it has a pink holster I can't tell you what he may have planned okay Foley's weapons but those guns rifles modify for concealment purposes three thousand rounds of ammo it's deeply disturbing the district attorney said the forty seven year old agenda posted pictures of his guns on Facebook Carol Deoria ten ten wins on Long Island no group of pro democracy Hong Kong legislators filed a legal challenge against the government's use of an emergency law to criminalize the wearing of face masks after a band that went into effect at midnight Friday triggered an overnight rash of widespread violence and destruction in the Chinese territory Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam heard here through an interpreter defends the van and had some harsh words for the demonstrators these writers have vandalized the facilities of different MTR station and. including those in fact the MTR station carriages and railways writers also attempted to vandalize government buildings and target stores. man sues time six fifty an autistic boy you became well known for voicing his love of music at a concert last may is getting a close up of a view of the classical world. it's been five months since ronin madness been back to Symphony Hall in Boston the nine year old autistic music lover rarely speaks but following the orchestra's final notes to a Mozart piece he shouted out. a magical moment for his grandfather who took him along with the audience and conductor Harry Christophers suddenly this this innocent while from somewhere back there in the whole which just pervaded through everybody ronin getting a chance to meet him and this weekend invited to rehearsals before heightened societies opening night inspired by music now inspiring others it was Dave Packer reporting wins these time six fifty one when the ram.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:25 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Castle after a day at the ballpark? It's always fun on these shows to have long-form interviews and to get into not only baseball but maybe at times some of the voices that call the game and those that have had a long and I mean long history in the game. And we get the chance to visit with the Atlanta Braves longtime play by play man. Chip Kerry spent time in Saint Louis did briefly cardinal baseball Chicago Cubs. He's done the NBA he's done football, and now, the voice of the Atlanta Braves, and he joins me on Camelback chip always great division with you. How are you? Getty. Do a great great to be with you. Tell me a little bit before we dive into what's happening here with baseball and in some of the trends in the game and changes you might make in the game, lit let's start with your history in Saint Louis. You are a Saint Louis native. Are you not? Born and bred born in Saint Joseph's Hospital in nineteen sixty five down the street from the old checker dome. The old St Louis arena, our family joke, is that I was probably conceived after a game at old sportsman's park. Porn shortly before the new ballpark opened up. Yeah. Grew up in Saint Louis and west county went to Parkway west high school, graduated from there in one thousand nine hundred three my mom and dad, ironically enough met at Campbell, ex my mom was Bob Hyland secretary. My dad was doing radio shows, of course with by grandfather doing the cardinals games and Bob Hyland was my godfather in Saint Louis, and the Saint Louis rips of roots run deep. Mom still lives out, in Saint Clair, Missouri. My grandparents were in front of aunts, and uncles do and the like and Saint Louis very much a part of upbringing and you know, knowledge of the cardinals and stuff. You know, the drill your born in Saint Louis, you know, that any team sixty four cardinals starting lineup before, you know, your ABC's. Was there any no different? And if you're born near the checker dome, that means you've got blue blood, I mean, Saint Louis blues blood, so you're pulling for the blues right now. No question. We were just in Saint Louis went down to the enterprise centre. I bought my balloon o- jersey. I have to deal with Tom glavin on our television broadcast on from villa Rica, Massachusetts. So we've got a healthy bed. He's wearing his Bruins gear. I'm wearing my blues gear. Look, you know how much that win for the blues means to the city of Saint Louis you've done their games and did him so well for so long, you know, I'm fifty four years old, and I'm probably one of the few people that will say this publicly. I have -solutely eight Bobby ORR guts. I hate that by eight that I kind of photo. I hate that statue. Great player. But knowing what that meant to the blues in the nineteen seventy files was a absolutely heartbreaking. I was only five years old at the time but yeah, I'm rooting for the blues. Big time, it's been great for the city and its rates for fans to have that much civic pride in a team other than the cardinals with all due respect, the great sports town. Great fans, passionate fan base, and to see the blues have that kind of success and to see the support the cardinals or giving him man. That's, that's a great civics energy. I love it. When you have the name Kerry is in a blessing or a curse, when you're in our business. I think it depends on who you ask the, you know, look, I be the first to admit to you that my last name certainly has open doors, that probably wouldn't have been opened otherwise, but at the end of the day, as you know, Dan, as a performance driven industry, and you can either do the job or you can't. And there's only one way to say this, my dad's been gone now ten years. Harry's been gone almost, you know, twenty five years now doesn't seem possible, and those guys are not a position to influence my career anymore and haven't been for quite some time. And I'd like to think that I'm, I'm pretty comfortable and capable in my own skin. I know what I'm doing a little bit of both of their personalities. But I think I've done this my way in my own way. And the most difficult challenge for me was going to Chicago. Nobody could replace the replaceable. Harry Carey except maybe my dad or me and in a to go up there with the same last name working his booth with his partner with his producer his fans. His microphone for goodness sakes. If I was to go up there and try to be Harry Carey the third and broadcast the game exactly the way he did it wouldn't have worked. And it did work for seven years. It was grateful for my time up there. But you know, I'm very proud of my family name. I've got a son. Harry Christopher carry the fourth who's in the broadcasting business. Now is a college sophomore have told him the same thing that my dad grandfather told me be yourself. Tell the truth and had fun if you those three things in that particular order then. Yup. Good chance to be successful. No matter your last name as you mentioned. You are Harry, the third, your dad is, is Harry the second, and then there's Harry Carey, and then your dad went by skip you go by chip. I'm assuming that's by design. I mean, if you if you go around saying, well, I'm, Harry Carey, but that's a tough way to make a living, isn't it? That's why people ask what you're giving him. I mean how many I can't tell you number of times in highschool Parkway, west? You know, your first day in class, you walk in and the teacher reading the role, you know, okay? Here's a. An EBay CEO, Harry Carey, and everybody laughs, right? That's I mean it's just standard. I still get that I go to the post office may look at my mail ago. Harry carey. That's a funny name. So, yeah, bydesign. My dad said by my uncle actually called me, a chip off the old block. And my son is Harry the force whose middle name is Christopher. He's going by Chris that was my uncle's name. So there's some families synergy there. But yeah, I, I don't think in this day and age, you want to go through life being Harry, that's. The best of first names to try to deal with, especially as business because, as you said, gotta do it yourself and be your own person chip carry my guest on inside car. Does nation presented by white castle. There's an iconic photo of you, your dad and Harry altogether at Wrigley field. And correct me if I'm wrong that was right before Harry passed away, but you had the chance to do a game. Three generations of carries behind a microphone for a major league game. Tell me about that. It was surreal, quite honestly, and has the same time had gone through the hourglass. I think I appreciate it more. Now as a mid fifties year old person than I did at the age of twenty four twenty five when I was doing those games. The people have had this, I think, misnomer, that I was born with a silver broadcasting. Spooner silver microphone was put my crib. And that's I thanks giving and Christmas dinners and my grandfather, and my dad that wasn't the case. Sadly, my grandfather and grandmother, divorced, my mom and dad, divorced. I didn't see much then growing up. I kind of connected with them via television and cable, TV, when it penetrated west county in the nineteen eighties early as a typical high school kid came home watch the cubs in the afternoon. When did my homework did chores went baseball practice came back and watch the Braves play the giants at ten o'clock at night, but, you know, I that day is sort of surreal. My grandfather was an orphan grew up in the south of part of Saint Louis right behind Union Station. Didn't know his parents. He had this great sense of familiar. Drive with my dad following in his footsteps. He was kind of tricked into it with Bob, highlighted Campbell ex and to see his son and then his grandson doing what he did. I mean, my grandfather is the personification of a self made Saint Louis guy. And he appreciated that moment, perhaps, more than anyone because I think he felt that he was finally successful at something other than baseball, he knew his son was accessible. He knew his son was a very talented and capable baseball guy. And then his son was trying to teach those lessons to me to get into the business and be yourself be your own person. It went by in a blur. We only did that one game together in Chicago. Never forget walking down the street with about twenty cameras and microphones and my dad and his sarcastic way lead over to me. And said now I know John Gotti feels like. So because it was a big deal as a bigger deal, too. I think my dad and my grandfather than it was to me. You know, Harry was a guy that loves the limelight. Love the publicity loved being Harry Carey, he was a professional Harry Carey. My dad was much more private much more reserved. I'm a little bit of both. But I think the pride of that moment for my grandfather is the thing that I will take to my grave because again, I didn't know him very well, and to see that he had made something of himself and came from truly nothing was a remarkable success story. And so, for that on the attorney grateful, and I'll never, forget it being the Saint Louis native. And we talked about your love of the blues. You were telling me recently, and maybe you can explain this to the listeners but you're telling me that the Saint Louis blues name, we may have Harry Carey to thank for that with the, the Salomon Brothers who owned the team, tell tell me a little bit about that. It's kind of an urban legend and I, I have nothing to base this on fact, but it's something that I had heard, and I never was able to confirm this with my grandfather, people forget that Harry did all sports in Saint Louis. And back in those days, there was more than one rightsholder for the baseball games, so to make ends meet the nineteen thirties, nineteen thirty four thirty five the Saint Louis flyers were a professional hockey team in Saint Louis and Harry did some of their hockey games, and then he left and came back. And like we all do in our careers made his way back to his hometown. But he became friendly with Solomon brothers when the blues expansion team and they were looking for the team name, and they were bandings some things about in my grandfather, who had a great love of music. I mean, this is a guy that got off the cardinal bus in Harlem, one night, went to the Cotton Club by himself to o'clock being. He said he said, well, you know Saint Louis known for its great music, you know, the Saint Louis blues and for some reason that name apparently stock now whether a team from my grandfather someone I can't. Fern but I heard that he had mentioned that name and that phrasing to the Solomon brothers and somehow someway that was the name that eventually stuck for the Saint Louis hockey team. So, yeah, if true, you know, my grandfather's tentacles for Saint Louis sports go far beyond the Saint Louis cardinals the nineteen sixties and, and fifties and forties. Jim Carrey's my guest. This is inside cardinals nation on camera wax, again. Presented by white castle. You know, what's clutch white castle after a day at the ballpark? I'm Dan.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Castle after a day at the ballpark? It's always fun on these shows have long-form interviews and to get into not only baseball. But maybe at time some of the voices that call the game and those that have had a long and I mean long history in the game. And we get the chance to visit with the Atlanta Braves longtime play by play man. Chip Kerry spent time in Saint Louis did briefly cardinal baseball Chicago Cubs. He's done the NBA he's done football. And now, the voice of the Atlanta Braves, and he joins me on camel, X chip, always great division with you. How are you? Getting a great great to be with you. Tell me a little bit before we dive into what's happening here with baseball. And some of the trends in the game and changes you might make in the game. Let let's start with your history in Saint Louis. You are a Saint Louis native. Are you not a born and bred born in Saint Joseph's Hospital in nineteen sixty five down the street from the old checker dome? The old St Louis arena, our family joke, is that I was probably conceived after a game at old sportsman's park. Porn shortly before the new ballpark opened up. Yeah. Grew up in Saint Louis and west county, went to Parkway west high school, graduated from there in nineteen eighty three my mom and dad ironically enough met at Cam lacks. My mom was Bob. Hyland secretary. My dad was doing radio shows, of course with my grandfather doing the cardinals games and Bob Hyland was my godfather in Saint Louis. And you know Saint Louis rips of roots. Run deep. Mom still lives out, in Saint Clair, Missouri. My grandparents were in front of aunts, and uncles do and the like and Saint Louis very much a part of by bringing and you know, knowledge of the cardinals and stuff. You know, the drill you're born in Saint Louis, you know, there's any team, sixty four cardinals starting lineup before, you know, your ABC's, and is there any no different and if you're born near the checker dome, that means you've got blue blood I mean Saint Louis blues blood, so you're pulling for the blues right now. No question. We were just in Saint Louis went down to the enterprise centre. I bought my blue note jersey. I have to deal with Tom glavin on our television broadcast from villa Rica, Massachusetts. So we've got a healthy bed. He's wearing his Bruins gear. I'm wearing my blues gear. Look, you know how much that win for the blues means to city of Saint Louis you've done their games and did him so well for so long, you know, I'm fifty four years old, and I'm probably one of the few people that will say this publicly, I absolutely eight Bobby ORR guts. I hate that by eight that I kind of photo. I hate that statue great player. But knowing what that meant the blues in the nineteen seventy five was a absolutely heartbreaking. I was only five years old at the time but yeah, I'm rooting for the blues. Big time, it's been great for the city and its rates are for fans to have that much civic pride in imitation. Other than the cardinals with all due respect is a great sports town. Great fans, passionate fan base, and to see the blues have that kind of success and to see the support the cardinals or giving him man. That's, that's a great. Civics energy. I love it. When you have the name Kerry is in a blessing or a curse, when you're in our business. I think it depends on who you ask the, you know, look, I'd be the first to admit to you that my last name certainly has opened doors that probably wouldn't have been opened otherwise but at the end of the day, as you know, Dan, it's a performance driven industry, and you can either do the job or you can't. And there's only one way to say this, my dad's been gone now ten years. Harry's been gone almost, you know, twenty five years now doesn't seem possible, and those guys are not in a position to influence, my career more and haven't been for quite some time, and I'd like to think that I'm pretty comfortable and capable in my own skin. I know what I'm doing. I have a little bit of both of their personalities but I think I've done this my way in my own way. And the most difficult challenge for me was going to Chicago. Nobody could replace the replaceable. Harry Carey except maybe my dad or me and in to to go up there with the same last name or can his booth with his partner with his producer his fans. His microphone for goodness sakes. I was to go up there and try to be Harry Carey the third and, and broadcast the games. Exactly the way he did it wouldn't have worked, and it did work for seven years. It was great for my time up there. But you know, I'm very proud of my family name. I've got a son. Harry Christopher carry the fourth who's in the broadcasting business now is a college sophomore. I've told him the same thing that my dad grandfather told me be yourself. Tell the truth and have fun. If you those three things in that particular order than you have good chance to be successful. No matter your last name as you mentioned. You are Harry, the third, your dad is, is Harry the second, and then there's Harry Carey, and then your dad went by skip you go by chip. I'm assuming that's by design. I mean, if you if you go around saying, well, I'm, Harry Carey, but that's a tough way to make a living, isn't it? Well, that's why people ask what you're giving him. I mean how many I can't tell you number of times in highschool Parkway, west? You know, your first day in class, you walk in and the teacher reading the role, you know, okay? Here's a. An EBay CEO, Harry Carey, and everybody laughs, right? That's I mean it's just standard. I still get that I go to the post office may look at my mail ago. Harry carey. That's a funny name. So yeah, by design. I my dad said, I'm Michael actually called me a chip off the old block. And my son is Harry, the forest whose middle name is Christopher. He's going by Chris that was my uncle's name. So there's some families synergy there. But yeah, I, I don't think in this day and age, you want to go through life being Harry. That's good. The best of first names to try to deal with, especially as business because, as you said, gotta do it yourself and be your own person. Tim carry my guest on inside cardinals nation presented by white castle. There's an iconic photo of you, your dad and Harry altogether at Wrigley field. And correct me if I'm wrong. But that was right before Harry passed away, but you had the chance to do a game. Three generations of carries behind a microphone for a major league game. Tell me about that. It was surreal, quite honestly, as the same time, have gone through the hourglass. I think I appreciate it more. Now as a mid fifties year old person than I did at the age of twenty four twenty five when I was doing those games. The people have had this, I think, misnomer, that I was born with a silver broadcasting. Spooner silver microphone was put my crib, and I thank giving Christmas dinners, my grandfather, and my dad that wasn't the case. Sadly, my grandfather and grandmother, divorced, my mom and dad, divorced. I didn't see much then growing up. I kind of connected with them via television and cable, TV, when it penetrated west county in the nineteen eighties early eighties, the typical high school kid came home watch the cubs in the afternoon. When did my homework did chores, what baseball practice came back and watch the Braves play the giants at ten o'clock at night, but, you know, I that day is sort of surreal. My grandfather was an orphan grew up in the south of part of the St Louis right behind Union Station. Didn't know his parents. He had this great sense of familiar. Arrive with my dad following in his footsteps. He was kind of tricked into it with Bob, highlight a camel, ex and to see his son and then his grandson doing what he did. I mean, my grandfather is the personification of a self made Saint Louis guy. And he appreciated that moment, perhaps, more than anyone because I think he felt that he was finally successful at something other than baseball, he knew his son was successful. He knew his son was a very talented and capable baseball guy. And then his was trying to teach those lessons to me to get into the business and be yourself be your own person. It went by in a blur. We only did that one game together in Chicago. I'll never forget walking down the street with about twenty cameras and boom microphones and my dad and his sarcastic way lead over to me. And said now I know John Gotti feels like. So because it was a big deal as a bigger deal, too. I think my dad and my grandfather than it was to me. You know, Harry was a guy that loves the limelight. Love the publicity loved being Harry Carey, he was a professional Harry Carey. My dad was much more private much more reserved. I'm a little bit of both. But I think the pride of that moment for my grandfather is the thing that I will take to migrate because again, I didn't know him very well, and to see that he had made something of himself and came from the truly nothing was a remarkable success story. And so, for that on the maternity grateful, and I'll never, forget it being Saint Louis native. And we talked about your love of the blues, you were telling me recently, and maybe you can explain this to the listeners but you're telling me that the Saint Louis blues name, we may have Harry Carey to thank for that with the, the Salomon Brothers who owned the team, tell tell me a little bit about that. It's kind of an urban legend and I, I have nothing to base this on fact, but it's something that I had heard, and I never was able to confirm this with my grandfather, people forget that Harry did all sports in Saint Louis. And back in those days, there was more than one rightsholder for the baseball games, so to make ends meet the nineteen thirties, nineteen thirty four thirty five the Saint Louis flyers were a professional hockey team in Saint Louis and Harry did some of their hockey games, and then he left and came back. And like we all do in our careers made his way back to his hometown, but he became friendly with the Solomon brothers when the blues an expansion team and they were looking for the team name. And they were bandings and things about my grandfather, who had a great love of music. I mean, this is a guy that got off the cardinal bus in Harlem, one night, went to the Cotton Club by himself to o'clock in in. He said he said, well, you know, Saint Louis is known for its great music. You know the Saint Louis blues and for some reason that name apparently stock now whether a team from my grandfather someone I can't. Fern but I heard that he had mentioned that name and that phrasing to the Solomon brothers and somehow someway that was the name that eventually stuck for the Saint Louis hockey team. So, yeah, if true, you know, my grandfather's tentacles for Saint Louis sports go far beyond the Saint Louis cardinals in the nineteen sixties and, and fifties and forties. Jim Carrey's my guest. This is inside cardinals nation on camera wax, again. Presented by white castle. You know, what's clutch white castle after a day at the ballpark? I'm Dan McLaughlin. That's tip carry back with more in just a moment..

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Our family joke, is that I was probably conceived after a game at old sportsman's park. Porn shortly before the new ballpark opened up. Yeah. Grew up in Saint Louis. In west county, went to Parkway west high school, graduated from there in nineteen eighty three my mom and dad, ironically enough at Cam, lex, my mom was Bob. Hyland secretary. My dad was doing radio shows, of course with my grandfather doing the cardinals games and Bob Hyland was my godfather in Saint Louis. And you know, singles rips of roots run deep. Mom still lives out, in Saint Clair, Missouri. My grandparents were in front of aunts, and uncles in the do and the like and Saint Louis very much part of by bringing in the knowledge of the cardinals and stuff. You know the drill you're born in Saint Louis. You know that team sixty four cardinals starting lineup before, you know, your ABC's. Is there any no different? And if you're born near the checker dome, that means you've got blue blood, I mean, Saint Louis blues blood, so you're pulling for the blues right now. Oh, no question. We were just in Saint Louis went down to the enterprise centre. I bought my blue note jersey. I have to deal with Tom glavin on our television broadcast from villa Rica, Massachusetts. So we've got a healthy bed. He's wearing his Bruins gear. I'm wearing my blues gear. Look, you know how much that win for the blues means to the city of Saint Louis you've done their games and did them so well for so long, you know, I'm fifty four years old, and I'm probably one of the few people that will say this publicly, I absolutely eight. Bobby ORR guts. I hate that by eight that I kind of photo. I hate that statue great player. But knowing what that meant the blues in the nineteen seventy files was a absolutely heartbreaking. I was only five years old at the time but yeah, I'm rooting for the blues. Big time, it's been great for the city and it's right for for fans to have that much civic pride in imitation other than the cardinals with all due respect. It's a great sports town. Great fans, passionate fan base, and to see the blues have that kind of success and to see the support the cardinals or giving him man. That's, that's a. Great civics energy. I love it. When you have the name Kerry is in a blessing or a curse, when you're in our business. I think it depends on who you ask the, you know, look, I'd be the first to admit to you that my last name certainly has open doors, that probably wouldn't have been opened otherwise, but at the end of the day, as you know, Dan, it's a performance driven industry, and you can either do the job or you can't. And there's only one way to say this, my dad's been gone now ten years. Harry's been gone almost, you know, twenty five years now doesn't seem possible, and those guys are not a position to influence my career anymore and haven't been quite some time. And I'd like to think that I'm pretty comfortable and capable in my own skin. I know what I'm doing have a little bit of both of their personalities. But I think I've done this my way in my own way. And the most difficult challenge for me was going to Chicago. Nobody could replace the replaceable. Harry Carey except maybe my dad or me and in to to go up there with the same last name working at his booth with his partner with his producer his fans. His microphone for goodness sakes. If I was to go out there and try to be Harry Carey the third and broadcast, the games exactly the way he did it wouldn't have worked, and it did work for seven years. It was great for my time up there. But you know, I'm very proud of my family name. I've got a son. Harry Christopher Carey the fourth who's in the broadcasting business now is a college sophomore. I've told him the same thing that my dad grandfather, told me yourself, tell the truth, and have fine if you those three things in that particular order, then you have good chance to be successful. No matter your last name as you mentioned. You are Harry, the third, your dad is, is Harry the second, and then there's Harry Carey, and then your dad went by skip you go by chip. I'm assuming that's by design. I mean, if you if you go around saying, well, I'm, Harry Carey, but that's a tough way to make a living, isn't it? Well, that's why people ask what you're giving him. I mean how many I can't tell you the number of times in highschool Parkway, west first class, you walk in and the teachers reading the role, you know, okay? Here's an EBay CEO, Harry Carey, and everybody laughs, right? That's I mean it's just standard. I still get that to go to the post office may look at my mail ago. Harry carey. That's a funny name. So yeah, by design. I my dad said, I'm actually called me, a chip off the old block. And my son is Harry the force whose middle name is Christopher so he's going by Chris that was my uncle's name. So there's some families synergy there. But yeah, I, I don't think in this day and age, you want to go through life being Harry, that's. The best of first names to try to deal with, especially as business because, as you said, gotta do it yourself and be your own person. Tim carry my guest on inside cardinals nation presented by white castle. There's an iconic photo of you, your dad and Harry altogether at Wrigley field. And correct me if I'm wrong. But that was right before Harry passed away, but you had the chance to do a game. Three generations of carries behind a microphone for a major league game. Tell me about that. It was surreal, quite honestly, and as the same time going through the hourglass I think I appreciate it more. Now as a mid fifties year old person than I did at the age of twenty four twenty five when I was doing those games. The people have had this, I think, misnomer, that I was born with a silver broadcasting. Spooner silver microphone was put my crib, and I thank giving Christmas dinners and my grandfather and I'd add that wasn't the case. Sadly, my grandfather and grandmother, divorced, my mom and dad, divorced. I didn't see much then growing up. I kind of connected with them via television and cable, TV, when it penetrated west county in the nineteen eighties early eighties was a typical high school kid came home watch the cubs in the afternoon. When did my homework did chores, what baseball practice came back and watch the Braves play the giants at ten o'clock at night, but, you know, I that day is sort of surreal. My grandfather was an orphan grew up in the south part of Saint Louis right behind Union Station. Didn't know his parents. He had this great sense of familiar. Drive with my dad following in his footsteps. He was kind of tricked into it with Bob Hyland Campbell ex and to see his son and then his grandson doing what he did. I mean, my grandfather is the personification of a self made Saint Louis guy. And he appreciated that moment, perhaps, more than anyone because I think he felt that he was finally successful at something other than baseball, he knew his son was successful. He knew his son was a very talented and capable baseball guy. And then his son was trying to teach those lessons to me to get into the business and be yourself be your own person. It went by in a blur. We only did that one game together in Chicago. I'll never forget walking down the street with about twenty cameras and microphones and my dad and his sarcastic way lead over to me. And said now I know John Gotti feels like. So because it was a big deal even as a bigger deal, too. I think my dad and my grandfather than it was to me. You know, Harry was a guy that loves the limelight. Love the publicity loved being Harry Carey, he was a professional Harry Carey. My dad was much more private much more reserved. I'm a little bit of both. But I think the pride of that moment for my grandfather is the thing that I will take to my grave because again, I didn't know him very well, and to see that he had made something of himself and came from truly nothing was a remarkable success story. And so, for that on the maternally grateful, and I'll never forget it being a Saint Louis native. And we talked about your love of the blues. You were telling me recently, and maybe you can explain this to the listeners but you're telling me that the Saint Louis blues name, we may have Harry Carey to thank for that with the, the Salomon Brothers who owned the team, tell tell me a little bit about that. It's kind of an urban legend and I, I have nothing to base this on fact, but it's something that I had heard, and I never was able to confirm this with my grandfather, people forget that Harry did all sports in Saint Louis. And back in those days, there was more than one rightsholder for baseball games. So to make ends meet the nineteen thirties, nineteen thirty four thirty five the Saint Louis flyers were a professional hockey team in Saint Louis and Harry did some of their hockey games, and then he left and came back at like we all do in our careers made his way back to his hometown, but he became friendly with the Solomon brothers when the blues an expansion team and they were looking for the team name. And they were bandings and things about my grandfather, who had a great love of music. I mean, this is a guy that got off the cardinal bus in Harlem, one night, went to the Cotton Club by himself to o'clock in. He said he said, well, you know, Saint Louis is known for its great news that, you know, the Saint Louis blues, and for some reason that name apparently stock now, whether it came from my grandfather, someone I can't confirm. Turn. But I heard that he had mentioned that name and that phrasing to the Solomon brothers and somehow someway that was the name that eventually stuck for the Saint Louis hockey team. So, yeah, if true, you know, my grandfather's tentacles for Saint Louis sports go far beyond the Saint Louis cardinals the nineteen sixties and, and fifties and forties. Jim Carrey's my guest. This is inside cardinals nation on camera wax, again. Presented by white castle. You know, what's clutch white castle after a day at the ballpark? I'm Dan McLaughlin. That's tip. Carry back with more. In just a moment. An exhibition the first eleven with Bill mcdermot on this week's episode of the first eleven talk over Saint Charles native,.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Kid staying a little kid that was so caught up in it? And once the music tapered out. Wow. You hear everybody wake up and start clapping. Yes. Because they were like, oh, we can actually enjoy something in class and do that. So here's the thing. They wanted to find the well kid because they said, that's a turtle turtle. They said, well, Harry Christophers was holding the audience wrapped in pin-drop silence following the music, and what sounded like a child about six years of age couldn't hold back and give out a while. That was heard round the hall the audience cheered enthusiastic agreement. They wanted to find the well kid, and they wanted to give their newest fan a copy of the recording and invite them to meet the director when he returns to Boston in the fall. But they had no idea who the well kid was this was all over the news in Massachusetts in Maine in New Hampshire. Like does anyone know the wild kid? Turns out it was a nine year old little boy named Ronin Madden. Who was so swept away by the music that he just couldn't contain himself? He's on the autism spectrum. And his grandfather had brought him to a show a couple months before. And he was so moved by music. He didn't stop talking about music. And his grandfather was like this is something that we really connect through through this music. So brought him to see the symphony. And when he heard his reaction he was like God, that's amazing. And he said I can count on one hand the number of times that he spontaneously ever come out with any expression of how he's feeling. Good lord. So long story short. There's.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on KOMO

"It's Harry Christopher Kiel mortgage. So just before break we were talking about CMA's, and for our KOMO audience out there, not everyone's an expert in real estate, and that's probably why you listen to this show, but when working with sellers to determine listing price or with buyers to check the value before offers to purchase real estate agents. Typically, do what's called a comparative market analysis or CMA so by going to sold property records real estate professionals like the to amazing women that I have in my audience here this morning, they basically can select recently sold properties. Right. So that's kind of what you guys start off with so talk to me a little bit more about that process, or let's try to inform the KOMO listeners. What goes into a CNA either one? This is Brett talking I. What we do is. We look back at the last sixty days right now. I think it's really important to not look back too far because things have been slowing. The prices have been changing buyers right now are more conscientious about price than they have been in the last three years. So really looking at the most recent sales, I'll go back sixty days ninety days one hundred and eighty days, but I really put a lot of weight on those most recent sales. I look at all the elements that are necessarily visible just by what you see online. I always drive the property is. So I can see where they are positioned in neighborhoods. The immediate neighborhood's really do. Vary street by street, in some cases. So really taking a look at the actual comps. And then putting a little magic behind it too. It's not a it's not a science. It's it's kind of a curve an art art. Yeah. You actually pick a couple of months worth of sales that are not more than two or three months is what I'm hearing. And then you look specifically into those markets. You look at those sales that are likely to affect value of that existing property, right? And then you're you're actually digging deeper and you're looking at the characteristics of the home, right? Yes. And I want to say something about the two to three months. It really depends on what neighborhood we're talking about too. Because there's some some neighborhoods, especially I'm just thinking about my neighbor sharp, Medina are quite hill where you're not gonna find comparible sales in the last two months. So you may have to go back even here, but then taking to condition take into consideration the market conditions. So what happens like with quality of adjustment? So let's say that. That property you're thinking about in Medina or CLYDE hill. There hasn't been any close sales activity perhaps. And what what do you have to do to make adjustments? Then in the I mean is that I I don't do seem as obviously because I'm a mortgage guy. But the reality is that you know, it's it's kind of an art, isn't it it is. And I have a lot of great relationships with other brokers on the east side actually all over. But I just spent a lot of time calling the brokers who have active listings finding out how what the activities been like calling and talking to those agents finding out you know, what was that offer that you got four was there any sort of special conditions on the on the purchaser. So I'm really investigating beyond. Just what's? Available online. There's there's definitely a back story with every sale. Something comes back on the market. Or maybe I'm looking into even if something closed and sold what was the condition at the time that that property was sold into Brits earlier point. We're no longer in an appreciating market. So the the relevantly appreciate slightly, but not in the same charge ahead way that we were in February March April this year, so looking at sales in kind of diving into what exactly was happening at the time of that that sale today did they get an offer right out of the gate. Did they have multiple offers stuff like that? And that is you know, that's what experienced agents are doing into Brits point. You know, we make those calls, and we kind of dig in and get what information we can as brokers as opposed to just taking the cops and taking those numbers for face value. Right. So it's not just about stats, right? It's about a lot of other influences that kind of you factor that into a CNA, right? Absolutely, not just you know, we take and divide the sold price by their square feet, and blah, blah, blah. It's not math. There is some math. But the reality there is that there's a lot of characteristic building. I guess I would say, absolutely. I love having the square foot price per square foot conversations with my sellers because you can't actually use that very well outside of condominium complex price per square foot has has relevance. But not all the relevance, right, folks. Well, we gotta run to break. It's a nine thirty. So Mark I'll turn it over to you phone number of the shows eight four four forty four own it..

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"harry christopher" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Slaughter here come the braves for the first innings so can you imagine a broadcaster hometown broadcaster saying that about oh in today's day and age i think that probably be a little bit difficult but that was what that was what my dad was really really good at and i think the other thing was he never never blew the big moment when the game was on the line there was really nobody better than he at describing the moment capturing that passion and especially so on radio where he really loved painting the word pictures that those of us on tv don't get to all that often yeah can you imagine a david price reaction here what how we dennis acknowle last year go ahead and do that too i've lived through that too that's not a whole lot of fun and really unfortunate i'll just leave it at that yeah i'm curious about this last one for you you know i'm a dad you're a dad and you know my daughter has interest in writing and i'm always not someone who's been writing for a lot of years i'm always wondering how i should handle that like is it dad in terms of who try to help and criticize how did your dad help you i mean here your dad's one of the best people in the business he's so well known as he's giving you a critique or did he give you critique when when you would ask him no he really didn't he would watch and i think you know i think him not critiquing was the best praise of all you know he let me go out on my own you know and i'm with you i have i have three sons i've identical twins one of them is harry christopher terry the fourth believe it or not and you'll never guess what he's thinking about wanting to do yeah right we've got you surrounded you know without i my my philosophy i'm sure it's the same thing you buster i wanted to be happy and healthy and good people i don't care if they're you know sanitation workers nothing no offense or they want to be president i wanted to be good people good citizens i and happy and you know my my father's advice to me was really simple and to the point and he said look you've got a dad that's on national tv almost every night you've got a grandfather on national tv every day you had the same last name you sound a little bit like us not by intent but you networks the most important vice i can give you is be yourself this is a personality driven business and if you go on the air and try to copy me or copy your grandfather you're going to be a disaster and you know i'm sure you've heard people on the west coast how many generations of broadcasters have patterns themselves after been scully there's only one vin scully right i mean there's only one ring lardner this only only one jerome holtzman in the writers world you gotta be you and the the most rewarding thing about this business in that respect is that if you show your human side like my dad and grandfather did i think people will come to embrace you warts and all because they understand you're one of them and that's really all we've tried to do is i'm a very imperfect broadcast or a very 'perfect person but i do love the game i love the job i love my my television family and they are like family and most of all i love the fans who are so kind to invite us into their homes and offices and cars every single day were grateful to the bone for them and we all couldn't imagine doing anything else because it really is a labor of love yeah and i can tell you this my fourteen year old son is a braves fan living up north in new york city is the only one in the neighborhood he loves to listen to you you do great work thanks so much for your time anytime buster all all the best continues to szeswith espn and hey.

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"harry christopher" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"harry christopher" Discussed on WJDX

"Yep pull simon but man walks now missed russo isn't a stranger in a strange hurlers the first world maybe a lot of the next song alum i don't know the rest of this cherish aces in the video me plouffe as bill belting look at the will get recent pictures of me plouffe he looks like bill ballot check it could have a song in it till i would do and the thing too yes and i don't know that it's a musical now are again we can make turned into marin eyes by the dashboard lights who are my favorite the joy of five joe patchy as bill belcher i mean the press coverage would be really we're to hear him talk because that would be they'll be very stretch prospered you brought that up in the pre show me right now joe patchy i know how we would get parachute bumble though that either him or danny de veto what a great as balance check a i was going off friday i was going all it w i said it would be w really or said domains say at all but it would you give pushy doctors pushy would do like a different be a different bolerjack like now you could be good you know he would worries agreement behind the scenes because we have to have fictional accounts of everything that was going on while he was i not now you know but you know what before we love him doesn't you see these guys cast for the year my daughter's or as tall is most of the guys running the ruling hollywood well they could be standings for danny divvied allaire has it bill ballots but i would we got to do it and the home speeds like he's cobbled from that man returns with the crazy harry christopher walken standing by i'm not just thinking of i'm thinking of now it the other the other friendly of especially instead of the runner cincinnati if i thought i told you runner cincinnati you it eagles over he started beating up people in the audience yeah i don't i had that come.

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