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"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"That fall crisp air in the morning. It warms up by, you know, ten, 11, 12. Late morning. Yeah. In the sunsets over there are so beautiful. Springtime is also a great time to go. It is year round though. I mean, it's similar to Southern California weather. So it is palatable year round. Just the most comfortable and probably the prettiest time of year or the late fall or early fall, I should say, and late spring. Okay. All right. Is there any time you just want to go do a weather or any type of extreme type weather coming in? No. All right. Great to know. Great to know. So you mentioned seeing an ensenada or rosarito, what are the pros and cons of staying in each? And so now there's a little further. So I don't know if it's be a con, but it's just a little bit further. They both have buzzing little downtown areas that I'm sure you saw that in rosarito. One little mile maybe a couple blocks. Of unique vendors and things like that. Like a tourist area, both towns have that. All of the major towns in Mexico have that type of a tourist strip, so to speak. In ensenada, if you're going to be there for a few days, I would give you the opportunity to go down and visit like a steroid beach and the area called the blowhole, which is a lot. There's a natural phenomenon that happens there. It is quite a bit aways from the city, but it's fun to go see. The waves come in. There's a tie that just erupts in such a beautiful way. So there's that. And rosarito, they have the spot Fox studios where the Titanic was filmed. So that's fun to go see. Oh, wow, cool. It's kind of like a mini universal studio. Wow. But it's really tiny. They also have the fishing village, which is right next door. And there's the restaurant that you would never guess it's in a mobile home park..

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"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

04:10 min | 7 months ago

"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"Go something that comes to mind for me is that rage fucking is using your sex either on yourself all the aparna and consciously tapping into that anger and rage. Have you knew that we all having said needs to get a healthy relationship with an actually using your sex to channel that out and dance with that rage in processing it in a healthy way using it as event to let off some steam. Because we all know that if we don't do that and i've spoken in my group elevated men with a couple of my clients myself and both of the other men in his group acknowledged that we all have issues around rage and anger in lives of spoken about in positive podcast. But i'm just realizing right now. The rage fucking will be a very nice healthy way to process one of the tools you can use to process you. Rage in create a healthy relationship with it. Yeah so then it becomes. How do we rage fox safely. And what are the parameters because you really do need to have a boundary relationship where you understand one another and one another's needs before you can enter into advanced practices like this consent. Yeah and it's not that you're you're harming the other person so you're not enacting your rage against that person. It's more you're using the act of sexual expression to release your own rage so it's very important point of difference. The person is not your target. You're not trying to harm them to project your rage onto someone else. But instead you're letting the rage channel through your body and your sharing that energy sexually so what that might look like is really intense. Pelvic thrusting might look like consensual grabbing and squeezing might look like for me. I like to go jumping rolling around for cool. And when usually i ask you to do things to me so i wanna be rage fucked. I'm not wanting to hurt you. I want you to like squeeze me and help the tension kind of ring out of my body..

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"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"Yeah i think all stairs are more stairs have handrails of now on both sides one side. Okay that's good to know Now as far as kobe goes. I know this is a changing landscape. We are reporting this august of twenty twenty one It was mostly gone by now. They were going backwards. Right now. So you mentioned the test to go back into the. Us is included. It's not included. It's a it's a sixty five dollars okay and it basically pays for one test for you in one time for so many community wanted It i think if you go to the airport may be like forty five bucks or forty bucks for the for the task. So it's slightly more to get to comply david. But it's it's much more convenient okay. So what do travelers need to know in this. Currently in scape about kobe considerations other than testing come and leave. Well i think on the positive side because ply vivas on two hundred acres of mile of beachfront. You've got a lot of wide open spaces and we really don't have air conditioning. What we don't have any air conditioning any room. There's air conditioning in the boutique Other spaces are stopped uses. So because you're open air all the time and you've got very few people with eighteen rooms when we opened up in november nineteen maximum sixty people over two hundred acres. It provides space that people need for more and the outdoor ness to be safe and secure. That's the good news. All of our staff uses masks jenner work and the good news is our staff because now most everyone had access to a Vaccine in our staff is getting vaccinated on the side that we don't control obviously as travel. You know from the moment you leave your house and the security of whatever transport you take planes. I think they're doing a fairly good job of with the help of filters hope and the way their ventilation systems are setup of clean air and ensuring that people are wearing masks on the plane. Wearing masks is still a great way to prevent from the spreading of and receiving the disease. And then as i mentioned you know when you get to the airport Indoor spaces like that with mass transportation with bonded folks with mask helps reduce the risk all the way through that chain but once you do get to play viva you're.

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"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"Early bird tickets at an even lower price which will go very far. Give me my phone. I've got a snag. does now. we can't. We can't wait to see you. All at selena in camden on august. Twenty seven goto lace in flint dot com slash selena which is s. e. l. i. n. a. For tickets or visit the show notes. We'll put a link somewhere you don't worry about being nervous. Everyone gets nervous. Just come come and be with us. We can't wait to see in the real world to superpower your sex life in your relationship. Yes remember space is limited to go talk to your partner. Now show them this. And let's do it with you in camden love. You guys. We love you bye so this leads quite well into our upcoming event selena. I am so excited. I have not been so excited for an event in i mean. Of course we haven't done events in a while because of the nature of the world but it feels this one feels so exciting and one of the reasons. It's so exciting is because we were contacted by them so we didn't have to pursue it but secondly they were like what do you wanna do like have free rein. And then i said to them. What be the most exciting thing that you can imagine us doing. And then they got and they were like podcast. Recording and questions and workshops and pussy gazing insects elevated. And i was like yes more and more and more i was like how but we have sex in the hotel. Come down do a podcast. Recording with our people have dinner then they have sex. We all have breakfast. And we're all just like yeah. Yeah yes it was. A bunch of people fully positive ideas all one. Yeah i think that felt so expensive because there was no contractive. All can we do this pushing. There's no bureaucracy. There was no filtering. There was no like okay. What's appropriate was like. Full sex positivity full people positive and then this project has been born of that energy so everything around it has flowed so beautifully and now we're about to run the events on august. Twenty seventh in london camden with a crew of fifteen couples. And go there might still be some tickets left at this moment in time. We don't know where morning ahead of time so if there are and you're lucky duck then go and check it out daily. Get on that. I'm so excited about the idea of you. Running this circle with men in this beautiful space in that in the hotel. So it's got this staircase but you can sit on the staircase. It's like this little theatre set up kind of a laboratory. Shelving gone down. Big open stays down to the cushion lower level into this kind of beautiful cosies space. That has all these cushions little tables and a projector..

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"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

05:37 min | 10 months ago

"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"After after the sun comes a author was after the sound comes rain again. Maybe i don't know. Do you want a cup. Some tells you why. What an tales. We just talked about this that we can have. We can have periods ex. Awesome get tells. Okay you repeat it for listeners. They missed that part right. That's all right. I mean. I thought it would have been more suspenseful to just be like. Oh get towels. And then you get towels and then let it be revealed naturally. Yeah some memorial matter. Fact god i. It's the lacy influence show who really is not lame. Like so please listening. All right. it's the lacey and flynn have sex. Podcast it's time for another episode. That's mostly what we do on the show. We have sex and we six coach through it. We're not having sex to just have sex. It has a deeper purpose. We want to actually show you what it looks like to work through. Things speech challenged. It's not pretty. It's not pretty. It's real we want to inspire you in your relationship. You're gonna be challenged. You probably need to wear heads that and this is for children or our parents know. Mom and dad turn back now. This is your fun warning on the no mummy. No mummy so get ready to revolutionize the way you feel about sex what you think about sex and ultimately for you to have a much better sex life in elevated sex life. That's what that's what we want. Everyone does what was shown this work. Okay we love you goodbye. That's like an intro right. little do think so. Yeah okay. I don't normally have sex on this day of my cycle day too but i'm feeling quite sensual and embodied and i had a very long cycle at thirty four day cycle. Which doesn't normally happen for me so i feel like i've actually been through a really long kind of passageway into the bleed that enabled me to process a lot. Let go of lot. Continue the journey of surrender. So actually i feel very different today on day. Two of my cycle than i normally would. I still want to honor the integrity of this day. So the first number of days of bleeding. Like to move slower..

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"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"The pc tees in your backyard. I known now. And they're still get my kid to school and right gotta figure that part out right well and there are little maps. I couldn't tell you. But like they break the p. C. t. down until like letters like Like you'll have california section as section beer. Whatever it is and i same thing with oregon in washington. So y'all can go out and do like a weekend and do like section j. wherever the health section is our. Yeah all the way through you if you could fly down a yeah. I honestly evening like so. They like they call that section hiking the second time. I honestly think like that's actually harder than through hike hiking because you. I'm not a planner and that requires that you plan things to a t. On you have to figure out how many days you can get off work. You have to stick to your mileage Because if you only have four days to do this. Thirty miles section then You have to stick to it You have to like. It's a little bit more expensive because you have to travel to all these different times so yeah mad respect for section hikers dude like it's it's definitely harder than through hike. Okay all right. You've given me some great things to think about. And this is something i'd love to do one day and i'd love to read about it. Yeah right or maybe something. I could do with my kid. When day absentees when she's old she six that's accused. Do we ask some time time right. Little tiny bit hikes right now like a lot of bribing with snacks squad. Your call snag here you go. That's fantastic great. Aw man thank you so much for for joining me today. A you're just a wealth of information and and will provide Everything you talked about and more on experiences that you should have.

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"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

Experiences You Should Have

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on Experiences You Should Have

"Breakfast. And i was like okay and then Yeah up from there like y'all have like What is the the the volcanic Tamale creatively or now that south of bend. Yes you have. Y'all have crater lake. there's obsidian oh yeah. We've lot audience obsidian super bowl ready and then you get to bend and you have these uber. All on people that i was like. Hey i'm going to like to bend but like the lady. I was staying with so like there's a town. Bend is kinda like a triangle and there was a town that was like twenty minutes north of or like my redmond or stay with the lady that lived in redmond and the hitch that i got i was like well. I'm going to bend i to get resupply but then i'm gonna go to redmond. They were like well. Wait for you. There were like we'll totally go out of our way and like take into redman too like no don't worry about that but like the people were great And then you get up to mount hood and it's just absolutely stunning and then you arja is so gorgeous. I love that area. Yeah organ was just like fantastic for me And then i went in to portland for three days and then when you're old go to retire. The guy at the library thought was homeless. It was really cute. I like went into update my blog and he was like you know how you can get a library card. If you have a driver's license that has like your local address. He was like. Do you wanna library cards. You don't have to check in at the desk. Every time was like norm. Okay thank you. Though and he goes we have worked around addresses. If you need one. I was like i'm i'm fine. I'm.

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"Now wrapping up. I got two questions for you. The first one is if you could go back to your childhood and rescue a gift that you don't have any more. What would you go and rescue incredible question. All right there was an icon. Remember the cartoon time But essentially they were like these nights someone will know this You know you went to blockbuster. Need took the vhs out down. There was this particular causing see loved. It was on tv on saturday morning cartoons and essentially these nights. These soldier guys would have something. Come out of the shield that was on the front of their chest. It would like they would. Have i guess like a spirit. Animal sounds really weird and they would fly out. And i bought the figures. My mom put me that the figurines and had like a hologram on the front of them. And i took them to spain with me and i loved the must have been about four or five and a buried them in the sand as she did to find the mccain a loss them so so someone in spain amazing time they just on this treasure that genuinely hordes me the fact that i learned my lesson from forbearing Remember the name of this causing but as patriots is in an but I would like to rescue them quite literally. And if you could go right back to the beginning of your career and give yourself a gift to help you get where you are now. We'll give you give yourself. You don't sometimes thinking about my career. And i think like samson when he cut off his head it he loses powers right. I used to have really long hair. And i feel like my blase style kind of not rude but just more kinda like hey just go with the flow like just chilled out. An easy got me these opportunities and it was always nice people. my motto was. Don't be a dick. And that's kinda the motto cats. And then when i started taking things more seriously less offers came in so i think what to do is go back to that guy who just left. University was making his way inside upcoming. Hey just keep doing. Keep doing what you're doing. Don't don't try and be other people want you to be in tommy. She get head. You should do this. You should do that and you think. Oh if i do that now. Go back and tell myself just just a you. You'll be absolutely fine and finally where can people find out more about you. What you day they found. Are everything james. Do not need to find out anything more about me. This is this has been an extensive insides are coming up behind through the keyhole. essentially Sounded read it. And i meant an office. People can find out about me on my instagram. Tom beacon comedy and and if they want can can watch him use new show. That's coming out. She could celebrity for which she's going to be a lot of fun where i'm hosting not with alexa. Jimmy carter Jomie a whole host of people from love island surf you into that. The it'll be on it to yet. That's coming up very soon and Yet to hear from people fantastic. It's been great savvy here thanks so stuff invited shine pleasure about spain and start. Digging science completeness biggest. Thanks again for listening to this episode of. You really shouldn't have be sure to subscribe to on your podcast service to make sure you never miss another episode. You can find this on twitter. Instagram at back gives as well as online at back gifts. Pod dot com..

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"A podcast she under my mom's in her sixties she doesn't understand technology in and anything but she's really good with an iphone for not sure how that still working but she's she's she's she's funny and i'm telling you i was going to be on this podcast and they're going to ask me about what what what's my worst gift and i told her i was like. Hey remember the time you made me read all american girl books in the new media american girl and then i was afraid of her and kept her. My closet yes. I'm sorry. that was really expensive. I am so sorry he was like well anyway. Can you keep her. because she's now probably worth a lot of money. She continued now absolutely. She's completely mic condition. She has all of the outfits. I'm going to go on. Anti-growth show i'll tell you what ten twenty years from. Now i'm calling. I'm gonna anti roadshow and take tall and see if i can get some money on antiques. You'll be cashing him. Hopefully she'll be like do you want to keep it. It'd be like take it. It's creepy and.

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"I would do the thing that kept me sane because i think all of his in the first lock down rose what. You found the club bulletin. Yes sony Also the news is what's going to happen next all over the world. We will all in the same situation is condemning and we were full of questions and wondering what was going to happen next so i would go out on a knocked in the late walking. That was my only kind of saw. The six how i kind of process things and knew nobody would be about because i mean i went these reading on worlds in london. Our faces had never been before miles and eating my mind. I'd be thinking about nothing against my family. And how i felt that i'd be thinking about things on seed. You're in the papers on the internet about couns conceded. Children families that were missing grandchildren. Businesses going bust people losing jobs in businesses and families as separate and all these emotions spinning around in my head and as the quick. I won't these aligns came into my head as the world turns its head. People around me with the hubs and amounts not knowing the right way they should turn watching had turning grey same children turn into adults is running away is falling apart. Because that's how he fell to. I mean i hope. People can relate to lens lyrics of the. I just it just felt like that. You know because people were saying families you know people were people were dying in. There wasn't anybody to hold the hands children being able to go out and play with at nights and else thing was usually when you write. Some dictaphone are immobile out with you and if you wake up in the middle of the night in bed and you come up with a song best thing to do is get up and down because guarantee if you wrote over you know so i raced humbleness walk because i didn't have my phone with me so i ran into the dole and mumble down bursts in the melody and they went to that the next day it was running around in my head but this time i took my phone with me so i went out on the second verse on the second night now really quite passionate about it really important on the third night i wrote the chorus isn't on the fourth night and we're that was finished. I got another coupla Well phone signal. Bring out in in august which is very different. It's played it to a few people in it's it's very upbeat summer. It's the kind of thing you take driving around the sea front with yet. You can't rouge sound very.

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"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on Lacey & Flynn Have Sex

"Display lacy slash. We decided that maybe super long mission his though she needed right now and now is already in a very hot and pleasurable space so instead of easing things back and changing breathing and changing direction. We decided to just good through the come right there holding mike just catching my breath a little bit. Why don't we clean ourselves up and get cozy. Then we can chat about it though. Sounds nice. I feel like i want to have a on my special gaps cup of tease her turmeric and ginger and a tiny bit of honey with coconut oil on top. I wanna rob brownie and chai tea rod stewart. What about those brownies. That i made fee yet in the freezer. And the freeze yeah. I'll just eat my other. One and then fund made me a full tray rob brownies for mother's day even though he can't eat them because he's on gaps min sacrifice. Okay we'll be back. Oh my goodness it's giveaway time so we just launched this new podcast and we're giving away some free love. Lie is if the love that would be given my isn't enough already. We want to give you some stuff all right so basically what we're trying to do is we're trying to get a lot of five star reviews. People say you're not supposed to ask people for five star. Reviews subscribes. But i want to ask people for what i want. I want five star review. Were direct people. I want you to follow and subscribe and want you to share this. So if you offer us a review we are going to enter you in a giveaway to win some sweet shed and you can read all about that at lacy in flynn dot com slash. Podcast get a breakdown of what we're giving away. It's real stuff. Yeah stuff you're gonna like. Yeah don't just glaze pass this part like go. Give us a review. do it right now. Pause this gives us a review an comeback. We're watching we're waiting. We'll be dawar. We got you for waiting to her. Yeah right the five star. Ding ding ding. Oh we felt. The five stars is coming in las vegas so much. Now you're in the giveaway. Oh my god you could congratulations. Her name is in all my god. You did it you should turn you did a twice katie. It's you see johnny. Thanks bye we love you all but all right back. I just ate peanut butter toast with coconut oil and cinnamon. And i feel quite good and we were in the kitchen and i think we both had a momentary deer in headlights where we almost couldn't believe what we just did. I felt that way high fat that way in one way it was so simple. We did what we normally do. We held these black things. We'd long cables of the end but in another way it did change the experience but not kind of drastically in actually so true to us for another reason apart from the sharing the sex and breaking down and trying to help people and all that in that is just totally lost it is then sex. Brian hewlett cleveland countdown. She'll be six brain now gonna go to the other point about this. That makes it so authentic to us is that it's so simple and so powerful we really strive for simplicity in living room in a business with a messaging everything. We prefer simple and potent. It's so much easier to actually have sex and to just let people see what we're talking about all these years to actually like that's the most minimal listed approach is to be like here it is it feels like a threshold like we've just done something irrevokable. I mean once this is out in the world. There's something very final about that. And then simultaneously. It feels so liberating because to do this. It takes away any vestige or last remnant of shame or uncertainty or doubt around this thing that we're sharing and creating i mean it just is what it is. This is the act that brings us onto being it. Sex it's pleasure its connection. It is crazy that we all have such a deep wound around sex this act that is the essence of our lives that we you know that this will be shocking to many people and yet we are two people to puzder. We have kids. We've made kids. We've come from parents who had sex to make us like everyone's spending their whole lives in pursuit of saxon connection and love and here we are showing it as to you know consenting adults and it feels revolutionary and simultaneously totally normal and nothing nonchalant easy and also it feels. It feels like stepping run edge. Lacy sit in the kitchen that she felt like she discharged in the ocean but didn't know how to swim. It's cut really for us right now. We're gonna simplicity but also a massive nest to it Like what did we just do is have. We gone too far even for ourselves and we have pretty fine with sharing a lot of stuff but we just looking at each other. But i feel like this is. This is just hit. We had this idea and it still feels true. And i feel like the more that we do it. The less the microphones and the and the teachings jewelry sex gonna make an impact on the experience. So less is trolling it. Yeah and i mean you know. The show isn't entirely this. This will happen periodically. the show is about tons of other things associated and around sachs's not just showing inside of our our sex but this is an entry point and also coming back. Tell me how you feel now. What's your experience of your body now. And this is the most important part of slow up with. I feel i definitely feel like probably a lot. Younger key ally hunger or feel so much more clear i feel less stressed and less scattered. I feel very calm. Which is nice because of been dealing with a lot of internal rage lately trying to understand that because it was very out of character rage feelings. Come up for you during sacks at all. I feel like probably. It was even more heightened because we hadn't had sex for three weeks. Whatever it just felt like what you were saying there during our session that you heart was closed. Mahat was so closed and so so buried dandy but just saying you there and seeing your beauty again and your openness. I feel like that. Just helped basically illuminate my heart again..

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"To make the studios stand and stand next to the performance. Not getting away of it and he had the chance to record discreet. Live band mean dave. We only had. I had one drum set. He had one guitar and a marshall. They shut they said to us. Let's bring a telecaster and stratocaster and sitar and you know it s g. Dave had his les paul. But i'm sunny. Had six or seven guitars to choose from and they said to me. Let's try some temperatures in some congas and let's bring some other instruments that you don't really have a chance to explore with 'cause you're young drummer who's got one set. So they showed us the way of job having the opportunity to to grab these new instruments into explore them and put them into the song and color the song and really use the different colors you know and and if you think about salvador dali picasso. They had a pallet with many colors and they news every color on every painting but they can look at the and go okay. I'm going to mix and match and and that's really with a chance. We got to do with nothing. Shocking is a put a live band in a studio and take our time and so the live record really practice for being a good live band in a studio and you know once you put headphones on and you separate people at the glass wall. Sometimes it can get sterile. Sometimes it can get cold. Sometimes people think too much and they had the microscope on and they don't let the soul out. We didn't have that issue we're like. Hey we're alive bad record us and then will enjoy what what we can do after after the performance. Let's go take a listen and decorate and know. I remember as a kid hearing. The beatles recorded strawberry fields over twenty times. Different tempos in different states. Didn't understand it until i got in the studio. And i was like i get it. You go back into the engineer and into the control room and you listen. And like whoa. It's too fast. it's too slow is too many notes. It's not enough notes. you know. Maybe we should try. Different snare drum tried different symbols less symbols more symbols. And so i understood how the band like the beatles use the studio from their very first record meet the beatles to revolver and even rubber soul. You can hear them experimenting then of course into start your peppers and sarah was all about experimenting and it wasn't about capturing a live band so there was a lot of lessons to be learned and we were patient and we were good. Students are talk about the second album being difficult in some ways. And i wanted to touch on ritual habitual simply. Because i don't wanna make you feel old stephen but it was released the same year i was born to think that in many many many moons ago but yes the sophomore record can be the curse for a lot of bands of fortunately for us. We took nothing shocking and we toured for about eight to ten months and we really perfect at our live..

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"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

You Really Shouldn't Have

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"have" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have

"The libel in london and then for about a couple of years and then a friend of mine had a subsidiary label under sony is dance label and it was supported by saudi franz effectively and i started to learn how to put record to store How the promotional spite works houses manufacturer cd. I was about twenty two twenty three. When i started to learn and then some of the paperwork in industry at the time james everything was china and even the nineties it was reckless was selling a vast somen and the labels are worked for did sell a lotta record at the time but it was still then and still today. You still gonna cry. Iran thing. So i got made redundant one label on another liable to a to a point. Second one actually so back to sony so as effectively had all this experience of it. Promotion manufacturing is cd learning to put into a shop. Do the artist process of actually releasing. And then i stumbled across a friend of mine. Who's at kent university. He was doing a degree and was one of the sabbatical students that was effectively. Learning how to well he was not learning. He was one of the students that was actually had to pull in some balls for University so he called me often said oh you know you work in the record industry you know you you can me put an event together and also seed into store. What do you mean how you to some aboard together for kent university and it's for five thousand people this batons of farming almost by to here And that was more of a spouse working with labels and actually my first experience and actually putting events on so that was quite traumatic but it was a big learning. I can imagine you done a lot of work. Promoting torts for the likes of mc fly and westlife kaiser chiefs and festivals including t. In the park and glastonbury. I wonder if we could talk about the process from the star of the event launching all the way through the opening day of the festival. For example. what. What is the work that you have to. What does it entail. S a really good question. I don't know of not really been asked that say ever really Maybe once maybe once or twice but never never really Is come up in conversation. It's to be honest with the processes is long and hard and can be extremely difficult and painful but it called. It can also be really really successful and i think the one thing i learned was putting on the summer bowls of the universities was the mechanics of actually putting something together. So i i we have to look for sort of a failed Or venue yet gun. Talk to the venue to make sure that The you know the happy to put on events or you've got the landowner about what you're trying to put together so you sort of take that books. Then you sorta guy through and you speak to the local authority And you have you have citation with this sort of the the advanced team at the local council and say this type of thing. You're thinking of then you start citing about licensing authority about how you're going to effectively and i put the event on what she capacity gonna be as those two things big learning curve just on there. I just to deal with the venue. Look what venue needs and then you go to of authority because you can't put an event owned the license so you got that right now. Really taught me how to do this. So there's no manual to say from day one in this day from day to it was more and more on the run really. The bank manager an odd. Some really great consolation manages sign. Opponent of festival cannot bear half a million quid. And they look at you and say i really so you come out with their thinking okay. The he said no swim money. Like anybody just like anything you you know you try to do. And then it's more of a case of ak been hope. Nobody bank account gun. Talked about hoffman. Quit because he hasn't got it. So what god. So then. It was been a bit more pragmatic than it's looking at ak. Where do we need to go. So and he's trying to get where to go to the business planning. How door for now about now. So in spite to a couple events. Timing attorneys are spikes for like accountant at specialized in the management on star. Get understanding of of numbers downstream. The business plan what you need to smarter. The i repaired a time when back to say the bank manager the bank manager light. What we do in and gave us live address. I thought okay. That's quite interesting. And we sort of move forward from that point so really the first three things venue licensing authority and then making sure. You've you've got you plan. Altogether switch Is things together and you want to take it further and you start building up a track record. It all comes down to dayton with the agent and the manager an that squadra because the item wants to know what your record is and whether or not how many people you put in a failed to whether or not they can actually in new book in or actually i have in their artist on on your on your shar effectively. Once that hurdle we start to build relationship the i and management team and they stopped building trusted union. Stop building trust in them but the one driving mechanism behind all of this. James is you do need a big bank account dirt. I mean to put on a festival just to give you a of just a rough idea you if menu tomorrow we need half million pounds just sitting in the bank account ready guy and be prepared for that to lose that money. Oh yeah okay this just just just in a onto the site. You would expect to money but the breaking off. This is not to lose the money. You need three to five years to build a festival and you need to work with is parties in between and especially the licensing authority to actually so you can maximize sales and you can maximize the capacities year. One you might have straight to five thousand people to ten and you might build up to twenty thirty thousand people In now in year five oversee turning a profit not mechanism. you've gotta deal with investors so a lot of different people's deal with as i just mentioned investors bank manager a one accountant loyd to venue three licensing authority. Four how greg's people hold it from mechanics sensitive with. Then you've got to deal with the agent and go all the acsi you could be dealing with some of the big festivals deal with seventy eight yak every weekend some hundred so you hundred accident with anew potentially go fifteen to twenty agents to deal with unaware manages their own terrar- That to deal with then go to look actually make money so you get your ticket. Price is going to be they Ticket weekend ticket camping ticket Vip ticket program sales merchandise. How are you going to leverage tv rights. If you're gonna get any tv rights all you're going to be able to sell a complex canal if so you didn't get clearance from watching the labels to actually use that material much thing and that's why there's a lot event management courses now joins but i still think you can beat bid on the ground. Actually learning Spice from ground up. Which really think paul more determination within that with actually playing football. Because i went from playing in tame eleven pliers as a unit and gone out each week in ryan sunshine high sny whatever mods kotov bad time but use a unit are coming to the music industry and it can be really lonely so is used to put on a lot of the stuff the did playing football that got me through because he dated all sorts of people in industry You know then you go to deal with the musicians and there are different. 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03:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Mom i a little chicken ornament thing so it was a chicken teen chicken of some sort and mom when arm i go that so amazing and overcompensated and went. Oh i love the chicken. it's my gripe how did you know and then everyone at the table is just clocked it and gone. She likes chickens so so now my mom everybody lies and chicken staff over the past. Chicken stuff everywhere. Does she love it as much as everyone thinks. Not even close so. She's tried so hard to be polite and go. Oh that was wonderful. Right honor it likes chickens now. She's got this chicken rubbish through the head. She doesn't have the hot. The hot del every on the chickens on a thing for her because now she's she's in two days to go around on 'cause everybody's voting something chicken relied offending everybody by saying she doesn't chickens. Yeah and yes. I know this. And i still buy chickens the And then the the other thing. I think i've actually been a perpetuator bad gifts And that is a head. I was buying Some t shirts for a friend's friend's birthday and i were particularly shits. Because i came from china. So i voted the voter. They say it's from One one of the supplies and biden mani or good old. Good and then lied lied. Noble added an avoided. And it's like six months. And i've gone. What about this That's why haven't you in. So i actually sent me a message that i missed sign. That didn't happen. So the refunded me so then on top of that. I found that at the time. And i've rarely ordered them and i've come another three-month slightest alternately. The gift that i tried to give someone was about.

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07:13 min | 1 year ago

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"Ben. Thanks so much for joining the show. Really great savvy is an absolute pleasure and toddler with why he up for as well in riley a little bit earlier. The early bird gets the one of the early one gets a so think about that. She the first guest. I had from australia so they got you on the first australian guests to ever appear on the whole cost. You know i really liked to act that you know taking that on For my people all twenty five million of them saw hopefully on the first of many because another as he really enjoy. Podcast down here in australia or thank you very much. I really appreciate that. So we get right back to the beginning ben in terms of the entertainment and media industry but that always ambition from early. Age mania definitely was a big part of my world and It was originally Judy autism that made you became an an option for me and When i worked out that i had deficits in the the will of communication and interpersonal communication on went about making that my special area of interest So i could learn more to in my head. Come up to the same level as everybody else so that i could. Have you know friends. And i could talk to people and i could socialize properly And from there well what industries enable you to be totally focused on communication while let's meteor in the arts you know did some time doing kids day channel. Nine which is a privately network. Hia did some time in publishing audits articles and and whatnot time doing breakfast radio and all sorts of different things you know having those communication skills and working so hard on them to bring them up to speed has really been A bit of a blessing for me moving into media and whatnot. Yeah it's always been something that's been been floating around. And and i she con of like the opportunity to play with words and language. You mentioned your autism. That and i was gonna bring up because i was doing some reading night. So you got your diagnosis. Quite later on in life was that something he pursued yourself. Yeah well. I grew up in a country town in coins on little tackle. Die up and we didn't. I mean we had access to two. I'm medicine doctors and everything like that but it kind of When i was growing up all of that sort of stuff it wasn't really a thing like Autism if you a high functioning autism which is terrible him but If you a high functioning autism limping along in life Wasn't worth it but if you had a massive earth shatteringly big an obvious problem now the country system to help with that. But it wasn't really a. I've always known that. I've been a bit different. And these bain challenges thankfully. I'm a little bit smarter than the average bear. So i was able to find work arounds and research on my own to try and find a way because i worked at very early that This is how my head albright's saw an off got to find a wii to connect with everyone outside of my head. Otherwise the next gosh sixty years is going to be a bit rough going back to your leniency industry. What when was she sort of first. Eureka moment if you like okay. This is something i can probably appreciate actually embarrassingly enough. I as she started doing theater. So when i when i was young i remember being the youngest person in Like a whole heap of these Dinner theatre groups that in the is used to go around so you We'd have fourteen or fifteen shows and Died convert a whole and bringing caterers than we do this variety show and you know it was quite fun. It was so much fun. So i started as she. You know Singing and doing theater and stuff like that and On i didn't think strategically very good act the singing's odd of things but You know it was so much fun and wonderful why to kick. Stop things and i went on. This is great. I mean music is such With with you think he could added it not. Music is such a wonderful healing tool and such a wonderful connective tool between paypal and a great way to share experiences and create memories and so many other wonderful things that music provides us with And i think it was. Then that i sort of worked out. Yeah i wanna. I wanna do more of this Bought a then realized that The pie for musicians really bad. Unless you're very very good at it absolutely not hours and hours and hours of rehearsal. Lots of effort. Lots of work I absolutely admire all of my musician. Friends and musicians generally Because his so much work and passion that goes into it. The you can't charge for so then when i worked at puberty hit and Mma voice dropped. And i worked out that my saima man if not more bar just being a witty spot us and there was zero. Rosal time in that. That and that's kinda voice ivan's timing and during the radio stuff. I mean this book and radio but now a near as much as being a musician. And i was better at that than walls at the music even with all the work. All right then ben. More is the worst gift you've ever been given. I think everyone else would say my sense of humor. I spent a lot of loss not thinking about the worst gift that i'd been given thankfully on antidepressant so it's fine I do you know the funniest story. He's where again contra dance where we grew up so we've got a a relatively small family and we used to all get together around the table for christmas. We have christmas lunch together. All male or something. Like that. And i remember i think it was my auntie the on.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Malibu and gary malibu had played on a lot of big hit records including going all the way back to dance by van morrison and eventually he did Most of the steve miller hits and eddie money hits and say you invite 'em peter frampton records but he was The drummer for the band and novas A situation where the singer this guy gerard was leading the band right material for the project. And so gary an i and Drier and this kind of john massaro started becoming a songwriter partners Eventually we had to records. Come out with that group And nothing happened. And so gary. John and i decided to try to our record deal and we started writing material. We had eight songs in the can that we've mixed. We're getting ready to go for deal. And that's when steve miller calls out of the blue and says hey you got any material that of a record by christmas and i'm dry and Gary came in. We had a band. Maybe real quick and he said well. Let's send him our demos. He might be wants to talk and he was so impressed by our stuff. Each at all eight of them and kind of wiped us out. We didn't have any more. And then he not only didn't like the sons but he liked the masters it recorded them in gary's garage teac eighty dash eight Happened machine fifteen. Ibm db excellent. Ed and We transferred that to twenty four track. Two inch took it a capital. And that's when steve started working on the abracadabra album and that's when he asks me to start coming down and helping them produce the record with he and gary because he really like my guitar playing me like my baseline might songs and i met him appear. I met him as somebody who needed material from the end. So i wasn't even asked to join the band and we'd actually finish. The record and wounded eight is called. Hey why don't you come to the album photo session tomorrow. Because they played on everything. You helped me produce. This helped me candidate out this record. Went you discount promoted. So i didn't really have to audition. I decided to make the decision. If i wanted to give up a studio career and in hindsight those are pretty good and must be quite a time looking back at. It was quite risky to hand with songs written to stave. Not because i always write more songs but it was. It was a time when we wanted to go for a record deal. We were motivated. We felt pretty cocky. I had already done three records and none of them had taken off. So i kind of knew how to do it. I knew how to right ahead And this was ready to do it for myself. And i was singing lead. You know on my first record deal which was something. That was new to me. But i i started feeling pretty confident about that. So yeah to give all the songs it was kind of tough but It wasn't bad because you know having that amount of tunes on a record. It's five million copies. We got a lot of mechanical. From just being attached to the single which was abracadabra. Which unfortunately i did. Not write eventually outlet abracadabra and what was the experience like putting the album together and of course the experience of getting you first number one single with the title track well. The title in particular was lasting. We're working on all the time. We're finished while all ski dues. Kinda take what john had and our go rider whose vocalist and just copy. Easily vogels in just put a couple of guitar parts of his own and whatnot..

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