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Health updates SaraLee Kessler, NBC news radio My hard radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard explaining what a positive experience recent recording sessions have been. It was so refreshing. It's like you're actually gonna just do what we wanted to do it. We didn't realize this, but you know what? You know, Zeppelin stones, The Beatles. David Bowie is waiting. Jimi Hendrix, You know, just get an idea for a song ride it record it and not worry about it. And that was the eye was about the our love of music lovers right themselves. Keep listening Toe I hard radio for Mohr of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Votto in the edge from you two talking about which artists they considered to be innovators. Kendrick Lamar's even somebody a lot of great stuff People say about the weekend. You know, I love his music. I mean, Abel is probably up there. Same Impala love with their damn great Those two are all different genres and I was at home and I heard this song. Yeah, How's your amazing on the radio? And I was like, What is that? That sounds amazing. I love that went down, Brianna, stay amazing song, and I'm like, Whoa! Keep listening, Toe I heart radio for more of you two and all your favorite artists. I heart radio one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss how change is inevitable. Many things happen in one thing that's been most costume about all of it has been changed. And nothing has been the same. Nothing stayed the same and whether it be working with the same people are or not. I mean, because most of the guys that work with me have been with me the whole time, and that includes even the people who work in technical. Um, in the studio and everything, but nothing stays the same. And you know anyone that expects it to mad and needs to get their head checked because it's not even if you try to keep things the same. 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Realty, and he's created a secure system that produces steady income during up down and even neutral markets learned her like we did call Bob at 314 sold. Gary Lewis with you Here it is re mourning ritual Can s t e a. M 7 92 sons most stimulating talk. Thanks for hanging out. I appreciate it three things. I think you need to know Number one. Romney is now on board with the least a confirmation hearing a vote. Who knows how he's gonna vote. But Lindsey Graham came out yesterday says we have the votes. We have the votes to get this nomination done Great. Why? Because Cory Gardner, who may lose in Colorado said he will he supports the nomination process. It will vote for a qualified candidate somebody season. So, listen, it's it's going to happen, okay? It's going to happen. The second thing that I think you need to know is that the gun was the second three of the four TBD officers that were involved in the man dying in their custody because the dude is doing cocaine all day. It looks like They resigned, But all four officers will not face any criminal charges. Pema County Attorney's office says there's no criminal criminality here. This is after Regina and Magnus left him out to dry. We'll get to that third thing. I think you need to know you have a What a disaster! You have the To coerce doctors in the county doctor Theresa Cullen told the local paper and the U of a. You know, they're keeping the search keeps happening. Cases increase, You know it could be a danger to the community. This is after last week when her Garcia her cohort. Said to the superintendent's. Yeah, I know you have a They're their own homogenous group. I don't really see them. We don't know. But I don't see them doing having an impact on the community, especially schools opening. So which one is it? And Bob Robbins, The U. Of a president says he wants by January a setup to test everybody affiliated with you of a every day. A testing will never stop. Who pays for it. No answer. Nobody asked that three things I think you need to know. So Um This report that was released by the Pema County attorney's office. It basically again said these these four guys didn't do anything. That was criminally wrong. Right? Not a matter of fact, I want to play for you. Lupita. Maria was a good reporter gave away. Lupita Maria..
"hendrix" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"To go out there and plays live Oh my God I would definitely that. It would be insane. Out to be able to do this live. Once He's a trade show called the NAMM show. Name show and played wasn't the Hendrix got some other stuff that we played in spent Iraq and it was just so much fun for me to get out there and just not think like basically you know but anyway hopefully, covert will pass by and maybe. Maybe, I'll be able to grow up here and do this one. That would be very good. Don't forget that I would be cool. Very cool. I would love to do. I would tell you I'd be scared to death. Because it's like you know you can't. You know it's like you're gonNA put up or shut up. You know it's like it's live you gotta nail so it would it. You know I would have to be I. I. would really have to own it and it would be cool. I was loved the challenge 'cause you know every guitar player in the world's GonNa, stand there with their arms. Arms full staring at you going yeah. What the Hell you do you know so it's like I I would have my work have been. Would have my work to do. But how cool would that be? So that would be a lot of fun to do a lot of fun for hindrance fans. Yep Absolutely. That would be cool. Open up for somebody I mean just give me a couple of kids. Out there do you know just last so Who knows we'll see hopefully, we'll be able to do that this year that would be cool. I'll definitely keep my eyes open for that one. Well thank you so much you and I appreciate your time. Thank you, man. Thanks Brian. Thank you, Brian Bromberg. And thanks for all your love towards Jimi Hendrix this is a fantastic album. Bromberg plays Hendrix and thank you for listening. This is Patrick Prince editor goal my magazine he can go to goal my MAG dot com for additional exclusive content also get percentage off the subscription price of print and digital, and you can pick goldmine at the newsstand, a barnes and noble and books a million will see the next podcast.
Fresh update on "hendrix" discussed on The Joe Piscopo Morning
"Single day. Don't do drugs and every drugs in school and everyone, so and then you know what's didn't do drugs and I know politically you don't agree with them is Bruce Springsteen. Bruce can do at his age, and he's older than me. Even he could do with 3.5 hour concert to 50,000 people and more and not Aeneas, A. Like the energy of Ah, teenager Bruce Springsteen and he never did drugs and I'm convinced of it. And But if Elvis didn't do drugs, Jimi Hendrix Tandy joke. You know those cats would be working today. Elvis will be what he'd be like 87. Now, is that right? I'm doing a member around that 88 or nine something I'm talking to you about Matt. Jimmy would be I know I'm the dumbest Please put a house yesterday. I was trying to do the math in my head. Wait, So they don't do drugs because I would love to see you can't do math. If you do you can't you make alright? There's not publicly announced today. Don't do drugs. Do Matthew. You know those two now? Common core Two plus two is five. Jimi Hendrix still be filling stadiums now? No, no, no. I mean, he didn't You know that guy with the drugs and I felt sorry for him the way they just kept feeding him that anyway. Anyway, it's a whole nother story. Let's go. I wanna go, Alba. Congratulations on the new house. I think this is great. This is great. Appreciate and But you're moving in, and I'm moving my in laws and you make it like they're buying the house and we're moving in. Now it's the reverse. We're buying the house. They're coming. If they if that was the case that they worked by that, then I could see moving in with the in laws. But why would you do it on your own now? I mean, God bless you, Brother. Bless you buy. My my in laws are getting up there in age and they have to. They have to be out of their house. I don't want to get into the circumstances as to why I and my brother in law Had offered to get them basically a double wide trailer and put them in the middle of nowhere in Pennsylvania, And when I heard that, I said, that's ridiculous. And my wife said to me, she said, What I said Listen, I said I love your parents and your dad is not is not doing well, health wise and I said, you know, listen, if he passes, then what? We're gonna have to move your mom back. So now we're gonna move one then moved. No, I said, you know what? Double what? It was a double wide trailers Regular. They got the double it would. It would not have been financially. If they would have. It would have been a disaster. So I said, Listen. We're already talking about refinancing. I said, if we can find a place in town that you know, obviously Jack and still go to the schools and stuff or whatever, and we can afford it. Let's have them move in. And she said, Are you sure you want to do this? And I said Yes, I said I wouldn't be offering if I didn't want to do it. The only issue that we had to write this whole process over the last couple of months was that my father in law You know, loving the tears. But all of a sudden now, now that he knows that we're going to stay here in Jersey he's interject lower. You should go for this, and you could afford that in a book about I'm like, Whoa, This is so much I have to spend. This is what we're looking at. And this is what's gonna happen. And if you don't like it, that's fine. You guys can go to Pennsylvania. I'm unsure why don't other laws do they ever that You know what I used to go? You know, he was that it was in real estate bog by God, and he built us. He built us our second home. So I get it, You know, from his perspective, but I'm working on a on a on a certain type of budget and I also I'm always thinking if things go sideways, how much can we really realistically afford? I don't want to put us in a situation where some people do where you're in a lot of debt, and right now the real estate market. It is very hot houses there going like crazy in the suburbs. People are outbidding for houses that aren't worth what people have put them up for. Sometimes they put him up for 30 $40,000 more than what they're worth. The bank isn't going to cover that. So you have to be very careful. But we're fortunate. We found something in the town that we really like, coming up space. And, you know, adulation. We should begin their within a month or two. So which two months I give you two months you're gonna pull a Gleason, Everybody. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I like my in laws there. God bless you. Bless you. My father who sits in a woman's day and watches YouTube videos, please. I got no problem with him and my son get along great. My mother in law, you know, watches TV or whatever the hell you're the father in law watches the military channel. You know the military was my dad. Like my father 1900 watching Trump videos, Big Trump fans. So you know, it's all day long is Trump Trump Trump that that that's a rug with that out. I thought you're a good guy, man. God bless you. Fabulous. Oh, my goodness. Got a lot on my plate right now. And this is another, anything not thrown on. For this is a reality show. You know, that is the reality. Allen is in law set of them. Then we'll see if we're going to keep you posted at this one. Debbie. I give it to much too much before out al booze at the house. I'm gonna get a double wife out of Pennsylvania somewhere. Yeah, about 6 51 babies out there on.
"hendrix" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Ooh That's a song snippet from Brian Bromberg Brian. Bromberg please hendrix album. Of course Hendrix fans will know the song. This is Patrick Prince Editor of Goldmine magazine, and this is the goal mine podcast. Proud part of the Pantheon Group of podcasts. And today is well, it's a sombre day as as this is the anniversary of the Fiftieth Anniversary Jimi, Hendrix passing my personal love for Hendrix, goes deep by we're going to talk to a man whose love for Hendrix goes deeper and his jazz basis. Brian Bromberg ten years ago Brian put out an album called Bromberg plays Hendrix the one you just heard a snippet song of. Attribute it's attributed to the legendary guitars performing covers of his music, the instrumentals that have a prog rock or even hard rock type flavor to them, and Bromberg does a fantastic job he. He did a fantastic job with this album. It's just him and a drummer but now he's rereleasing it because he remixed and remastered it with the powerful new track, a bona track titled Simply Jimmy. Now Bromberg the reason why? While you have to hear it the reason why he does a fantastic job is like I said, it's just him in a drummer and not only is the traditional bay sound dominant throughout Brandon Plays Piccolo. Bass. That represents lead guitar parts in a three hundred year old base for Acoustic backgrounds. There's even stand up bass for the mood. It's really remarkable I never heard of the album when it was released. Ten years ago. But now through Mac Avenue Music Group like I said it is reissued. So let's hook up with Brian Bromberg to chat about the new album, and of course, Jimi Hendrix Brian some interesting tidbits about Jimmy's life and as Brian knows many other jazz musicians, many older jazz musicians in the industry he has improved that Jimmy would have experimented with the Jazz John Rim self. So let's welcome Brian into the conversation Hey Brian. So the album plays Hendrix. Even though you released in two thousand ten. was there something about the production you thought it should be released again, remixed and remastered correct. Yeah I. You know. I just want to good as they possibly can and I knew I could do a better job you know and it's it's a really fun record its Arts in it you know the plan is is really cool. It was just so much fun to do and I just wanted to sound you know I just wanted to sell it as good as I knew I could make it. You know when I recorded it, I had a completely different rig in the technology has changed so much in ten years I mean it's just ridiculous how fast technology changes. So we were just able to make it sound a lot better from a digital standpoint with You know digital distortion and. Things like that that the human ear doesn't necessarily understand what it's hearing, but it's there. You hear it. You know even though you can't put your finger on it. So basically, it's It's like it's like a really dirty glasses. You can still see, but it's a it's a mess. You clean your glasses it's like, oh, that's what that's supposed to look like you know basically, I, just took the I took the blanket off. You know you're cleaning up to sound better. How would you explain now for those who don't know the average listener, the difference between remixed and remastered? Well, you do both every record you make you. You know you you have all the parts I mean. You know have car parts of based part. The vocals singers to keep replaces whatever it is. You have all the parts that you mix them together. So everything is balanced and sounds like a band and. And then when that's when it's mixed, you then do the final stage which takes from that and visit the final Polish that you would do before you made your factor it or to release it it's just another set of issue and compression and You know it's like You Wash your car and looks great. But then when you buffet and Polish it, it looks amazing. Right that's that's how I would say it just takes one more step up. But you know these are really key important procedures that you go through because a good mix and a good mastering can really make record a bad mixing a bad Masri can destroy records. It's even though it's the final stages, it's vitally important. In ways the most important thing because it takes you know. You know it. It takes what you did and just put it in the finest light. You can't you know. So I I I love that aspect. Of production because it's the final stages in our, you know it sounds like music you just want to Cassandra's good as you. Can and you won't have as much punch in this much power. You know it's just it's just fun to. It's fun to do the final stage. 'cause it's it's It's really powerful. It's amazing. What a little bit of each year. A little bit of compression does it's it's it's it's pretty amazing. The difference I mean night and day you know. Why didn't? I never heard the original two, thousand ten only heard a now quite impressed with the sound so I didn't have anything to compare it to. What would be the? Bad. It's just you know. This has just been. Yes. We did the best we could with what we had it. This is this is just warmer fatter louder rounder more air You know less knows less. It's just more space because the. digitals, WANNA, know ones, and zero's it's. It's it's very unforgiving. It's like you hit a wall. You know there's no. Analogue is. Has No ceiling largest. It's just you know it's like it just it reproduces whatever it gets digital has a ceiling of frequencies and things like that, and you you need to work within the limits of hard. Binary math and turn it into something musical. That's why take sounds better. You know what vital records sound better because it's analog expat warm and lovely. Digital has been usually brittle and king is getting better..
Fresh update on "hendrix" discussed on The Joe Piscopo Morning
"He's up their balls through 1967 Keep peace. Police were going to come on stage because everybody sort of Russian state. Naman let it rip a little bit back about. I like you guys tell you what happened. Quarter of the six of my James Round decals, Freeman. Thank you. Thank you very much. James. Around Wall decals Cayman. Thankyou. So I'm waiting for this down the music dungeon, you know, downstairs in my house, but there's no music room together. And I got Stevie Ray Vaughan goingto. Thanks. Tonight. You're on the throne, you know, and that he's easily these The king. You know, the old man. But I got I got Jimi Hendrix and Eric Burden, but he rich. Oh, my heroes. You know Stevie Ray Mitch Mitchell. You know the drummer for Jimmy. And then I said I needed. I needed a James. I just needed James. And And so I ordered a James brown decals from my war from Portugal. And it just never came in And this is my memory order. Months ago. So so I get a note from the guy. Sorry. Oh, it got lost cause of covert the great because we tell the I R s if we don't pay our taxes, Covitz. Sorry. Can we use it? Every covered? Excuse? You know going, Cody? I could get your James Brown posing as a covert. Okay. Great. Whatever happened, The guy from Portugal goes, I'm going to send another one. And he did. And he came in yesterday. So excited, isn't Dickau. I have a Jimi Hendrix deacon, but they look like a fan boy. Bad boy over the bed. Yeah, yeah, yeah, No, that's Jerry's that Jerry is down there. 6 16 with Jo on the radio this but back back the politics of in May and why I'm just I think that the administration in Washington is on the right track because this is huge A about the tie. This is huge Is the Department of Justice designates New York City as an anarchist jurisdiction that listen, Do you hear that? Justice Department designated New York City, Portland and Seattle as anarchist jurisdictions. Under the guidelines issued by President Trump early is this month, and this is a memo directs federal agencies. This is from the president. September 2nd memo directed federal agencies Toe minimize funding for designated cities. Federal grants accounts of her billions of dollars, You know for New York City annual budget, the city has threatened to sue over any Moved to defund it. You know, you can't just kind of be a consequence. New York has just gone away and Portland has just gone away Seattle as well, and I'm surprised Chicago's not on this list. So they probably will be. But you can't look to the government to say Look, the pandemic. The riots have been so mismanaged in New York. And and I just a word of advice to the politicians running New York Don't get the president, man and you'll be fine. Look what happened during when in the mismanagement of the cove it situation right of this rule. Han virus right. China spews this thing upon us by the New York doesn't know what to do The tone Li Miss Matt totally mismanaged it horribly horribly. You know, And I'm not saying I would do any better. By the way. I don't attack anybody. I mean, China. I don't blame anybody else. I blame giant Jana. I'm going right. So what? What is what is going to Cuomo? Do he goes, He grovels with the president? Oh, he's a good guy. He's going to help us out. And the president sends the comfort up to New York City, the U. S Navy ship that left the ship like a Navy ship in three days. The president could you can we? Can we talk about that? Oh, and we need we're gonna need 6000 beds. Well, I'll give you 3000. And you could do that. The Jacob Javits Center. Great and and America. Blasio's. We need the Army Corps of Engineers. The president goes. You got it. You got whatever you need, Mr Mayor. That? Does anybody forget that? You know what if you're Italian? You don't forget you don't forget, you know, And these guys are pros. I don't know about the blouse you but I mean, you know, Governor Cuomo's attention. Remember when the when the president was there for him? Isn't that right? You know the airport and they came in, And then they put the sick with the sick and it became ah, horror. It was a hard day and they got him investigated, You know, but I'm so sick of blaming everybody, and I don't want to blame anybody. I blame China for spewing this virus upon his Gordon Chang on the show this morning. I'm happy to tell you. We got a lot to talk about with Gordon. Including this a spy that that was in the NYPD and the United States military, a spy in New York, and we're gonna talk. How is that you tell me that China is not trying to get within. That's not trying to be the enemy within if that's not Ah, glaring example. How did it happen? Gordon Chang was talking about this. How long on this show Years now, years now. Yeah, And so, so we've got to stop blaming each other Say Thank you, Mr President. Could you help us out a little bit a little bit of a problem And if there's a protest, and there are thugs and losers, and there is a concerted effort to tear down businesses that have that people have worked years of their lives to build up Then you go after them and you unleash your unleash all your every ability that you have to stop the the riot. You dio New York let the rights happen. Portland let the riots happen. Seattle let the rights happen. And then when the president said, I'll do don't bring your strong, true present. They get everything they deserve. And this is huge with the Justice Department has done and by the way, it's just that it's right on the money. It's right on the money. Hey, we got a lot to talk about today and I'll tell you about my bike. Right? Tio, Debbie. Debbie. Better ride bike right? Because I'm going to like the job. I go on the bike, right? And then I came down and I took like a dope. I take the hill on the grass outside the house, and I'm not the best gardener. I love the guy, you know, and I try to hire him just because he's a good guy. But Is like holes. So the bike hits the whole. Yeah now. Oh, yeah, So that my my age, So now now I go now and then, and it's not my regular bike in my regular bike. The chain snapped on my regular bite. So now I got auxiliary, but you know, that's the second, everybody and it's and it's too forward. And now I start to go over the handlebars yesterday. Listen, listen. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So I'm going down there and I'm about to go flock on Now There's a a point No, Everything happened to slow motion. When that happens as I'm going on and I go Do I go with the bike and go down with the bike or do I just jump away from it? Listen.
"hendrix" Discussed on Pantheon
"Ooh, that's a song snippet from Brian Bromberg Brian Bromberg, please hendrix album. Of course Hendrix fans will know the song. This is Patrick. Prince. Editor of Goldmine magazine, and this is the goal mine podcast. Proud part of the Pantheon Group of podcasts. And today is well, it's a sombre day as as this is the anniversary of the fiftieth anniversary. Jimi Hendrix passing my personal love for Hendrix goes deep by we're going to talk to a man whose love for Hendrix goes deeper and his jazz basis Brian. Bromberg ten years ago. Brian. Put out an album called Bromberg plays Hendrix the one you just heard a snippet song of. Attribute. It's attributed to the legendary guitars performing covers of his music, the instrumentals that have a prog rock or even hard rock type flavor to them and Bromberg does a fantastic job he. He did a fantastic job with this album. It's just him and a drummer but now he's rereleasing it because he remixed and remastered it with the powerful new track ABON ATTRAC- titled Simply Jimmy. Now Bromberg the reason why? While you have to hear it the reason why he does a fantastic job is like I said, it's just him in a drummer and not only is the traditional bay sound dominant throughout Brandon Plays Piccolo. Bass that represents lead guitar parts in a three hundred year old base for Acoustic backgrounds. There's even stand up bass for the mood. It's really remarkable. I never heard of the album when it was released. Ten years ago. But now through Mac Avenue Music Group like I said it is reissued. So let's hook up with Brian Bromberg to chat about the new album and of course, Jimi Hendrix Brian some interesting tidbits about Jimmy's life and as Brian knows many other jazz musicians, many older jazz musicians in the industry he has improved that Jimmy would have experimented with the Jazz John Rim self. So let's welcome Brian into the conversation. Hey Brian. So, the album plays Hendrix. Even though you released in two thousand ten. was there something about the production you thought it should be released again, remixed and remastered correct. Yeah I you know. I just want to good as they possibly can, and I knew I could do a better job you know and it's it's a really fun record its Arts in it. You know the plan is is really cool. It was just so much fun to do and I just wanted to sound. You know I just wanted to sell it as good as I knew I could make it. You know when I recorded it. I had a completely different rig in the technology has changed so much in ten years I mean it's just ridiculous how fast technology changes. So we were just able to make it sound a lot better from a digital standpoint with You know digital distortion and. Things like that that the human ear doesn't necessarily understand what it's hearing, but it's there. You hear it. You know even though you can't put your finger on it. So basically, it's It's like it's like a really dirty glasses. You can still see, but it's a it's a mess. You clean your glasses. It's like, oh, that's what that's supposed to look like you know basically I just took the I took the blanket off. You know you're cleaning up to sound better. How would you explain now for those who don't know the average listener the difference between remixed and remastered? Well, you do both every record you make you. You know you you have all the parts I mean. You know have car parts of based part. The the vocals singers to keep replaces whatever it is. You have all the parts that you mix them together. So everything is balanced and sounds like a band and. And then when that's when it's mixed, you then do the final stage which takes from that and visit the final Polish that you would do before you made your factor it or to release it it's just another set of issue and compression and You know it's like. You Wash your car and looks great. But then when you buffet and Polish it, it looks amazing. Right that's that's how I would say it just takes one more step up but you know these are really key important procedures that you go through because a good mix and a good mastering can really make record a bad mixing a bad Masri can destroy records It's even though it's the final stages, it's vitally important. In ways the most important thing because it takes, you know it. You know it. It takes what you did and just put it in the finest light. You can't you know. So I I I love that aspect. Of production because it's the final stages in our, you know it sounds like music you just want to Cassandra's good as you. Can. And you won't have as much punch in this much power. You know it's just it's just fun to. It's fun to do the final stage 'cause it's it's It's really powerful. It's amazing. What a little bit of each year. A little bit of compression does it's it's it's it's pretty amazing. The difference I mean night and day you know. Why didn't? I never heard the original two, thousand ten only heard a now quite impressed with the sound. So I didn't have anything to compare it to. What would be the? Bad. It's just you know. This, has just been. You know we did the best we could with what we had it. This is this is just warmer fatter louder rounder more air You know less knows less. It's just more space because the. digitals WANNA know ones, and zero's it's it's it's very unforgiving. It's like you hit a wall. You know there's no. Analogue is. Has No ceiling largest. It's just you know it's like it just it reproduces whatever it gets. 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The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?
"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.
Chicago Cubs win 3rd straight, 8-2 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
"Takes a little bit of a comeback for the Cubs to climb back on top in Pittsburgh, helping Kyle Hendricks earn a win on the road eight to there's a swing and a high fly ball deep left field off the batter Bayous. This ball's got a chance go a three run homer, helping the Cubs when their third in a row over the Pirates. Hobby Bias, three run homer in the forth the difference for the winner Hendrix Cubs up four games in the division. Race and a Pittsburgh 12 30.
Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction
"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it
Legendary Seattle disc jockey Pat O'Day dies at 85
"Remembering the life and legacy of Pat O Day. The truly legendary Seattle deejay and concert promoter who became an icon to a generation of northwest music and sports fans. Pat has passed away the age of 85. And Cuomo's Corwin Headache has this remembrance Today programme is 27 minutes late 65 with a hammer green in Seattle. He reeled off that classic top 40 deejay pattern to perfection. Wasn't it a good day today that I was around 51? It was as natural as breathing. Currently it's 49 in the sky. There's Pat was a pitch perfect pitchman. Did you ever get on a plane enough to walk through the first class? Section? Your seat in the back? Don't you feel You know, why can't I sit here? Right? Go to the back of the point. Well, you'll never see the day on a West Coast jet. But you could say I had it down. Pat taught many other rock jocks how to do the same. During a radio career that helped raise the first Northwest rock scene to national prominence. He promoted bands like the Kinsman and the Wailers at the Siri's of Northwest team dancers. His concert promotion company brought the Beatles, the Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin to Seattle and friendly Young and upcoming guitars. Jimmy Hendrix. As Pat told another iconic local deejay Bob Rivers. I was on an airplane with Jimi Hendrix and and on the road with Led Zeppelin and we're handling Elvis. And and now I look back and go. Oh, my God, that happened to me. But for all that Pat might be best remembered as the voice of the Hydro's. Calling the Seafarer races for 40 years old coming out of the north. Turn. Here they come. What a beautiful side, six screaming, unlimited hydroplane streak and passed along boom and into the Mures around a bridge turn. He re created those calls for Co. Moh in 2013. Have mentors, many a broadcast professional. He wrote several books and he enrich the lives of radio listeners around the Northwest. As Pat himself once said, I've had a great run. Corwin hate Homo news. Pat Love to tell the story about taking Jimi Hendrix back to his all mater at Garfield High School when Jimmy was 25 years old and how painfully shy Jimi Hendrix wass But the two of them have quite a history paddle day in the sixties operated Ah place called the Spanish Castle between Seattle and Tacoma and Jimi Hendrix opened there for another band. In the early sixties. He was 17 years old and was playing a $50 Sears, Roebuck guitar.
Deputy shot, suspect found dead after shooting in Houston
"Expected to make a full recovery after being shot while responding to a domestic disturbance call Precinct for Constable Mark Herman, says deputy Christopher Hendricks and another deputy and just arrive when the shooting started. Knock at the door, at which time the suspect opens the door and shoots Deputy Hendrix at point blank range. Deputy Hendrick was not even able to draw his weapon. The other deputy returned fire, killing the suspect. New
The Latest: Jacksonville enacts mandatory mask requirement in line with Miami-Dade and Broward
"The state masks are required in Miami Dade Broward and now mandatory in Jacksonville that order went into effect at five today the requirement comes as the Republican National Committee is looking to hold president trump's nominating speech in the city later this summer people in Seminole county will be required to wear a mask or face covering in public beginning Wednesday Dr Timothy Hendrix with advent health center Kerr says it's the civic minded thing to do we wear the mask so I can protect you because I care about you I care about myself in preventing transmission but also I don't know if I'm developing symptoms I want to protect you I want to protect my community the seminal ordinances similar ones already in place in orange and Osceola counties after a four hour debate Sarasota city commissioners voted four to one four facemasks required both indoors and outdoors were six foot social distancing is not possible the mandate in effect for sixty
Little Richard, rock'n'roll pioneer, dies aged 87
"And roll legend Little Richard has died according to his Facebook site he was eighty seven the singer was a pioneer in an energetic and flamboyant performer who influenced the Beatles Bob Dylan Jimi Hendrix and other greats
Just like in a monologue when he would blow a joke and it would get a laugh
"One one of of course course okay okay now try to get spring time okay springtime when it's springtime when spring well oh man so there you go Pancho yeah it's really funny you know anytime Johnny had animals on and the segment turned out to be a wash out it was always hilarious because of Johnny just like in a monologue when he would blow a joke and it would get a laugh it was almost funnier than if it was a good joke and it got a laugh so god that's funny wonder what ponchos doing today now he said he could believe he could live to be seventy or eighty in the in the clip he said enough lived to be seventy right now I'm just like that guy probably dead center that was thirty is thirty nine years ago well I hope we can still be around probably you know just play in the clubs yeah on the kilometer gaze touring yeah Pancho the signal well now he's doing virtual tours yeah he's he's in his state of recording the rituals in its cage according virtual sorrow for the internet oh boy all right poncho all right every every morning at two thirty with a morning at two thirty you get to hear some lovely comedy from the classic Johnny Carson again Johnny Carson Assad's showed every night on antenna TV must see television right there okay we're back to Samoa slang terms that don't get used as much anymore how about can you dig it Cyrus user from the warriors a car near older grant don't worry nobody's asking you to grab a shovel and dig a hole digging something means that you understand what's being said I get the I get the last piece of pizza can you dig it the lady I always thought this one was ridiculous it may sound like a pet name for your grandma but old ladies actually term of endearment for your girlfriend or wife example now I can't hit the clubs tonight my old lady is waiting for me at home how is it a term of endearment that sound like a term of endearment nana particularly yeah I know the old ladies waiting for me at home why just color ball and chain the old ball and chain all right freak flag people still use this one don't say what like let your freak flag yeah hi yeah I guess so that's a that's a phrase when Jimi Hendrix declared the song in the song if six was nine yeah he was gonna wave going to wave my freak flag high read a whole new way of announcing that you're the weirdest one in the room example it's great to get wild tonight I'm gonna let my freak flag fly all right how bout dah how about
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"She was dead as soon as she hit the pavement. Twenty third string. The whole thing was shrouded in. Mystery was Devon Wilson pushed or did she jump and there wasn't much of an investigation Devon being Devon as far as many were concerned. It was the junk of her nose and in her arm did her in. Jimmy's dark shadows. Snuffed out case closed the tragic deaths of people. In Jimmy's life didn't end there was only three days. After Jimmy's funeral the Janice Joplin checked out in Hollywood heroin overdose. Jim Morrison followed a short nine months later. Supposedly heart failure and a bath. Tub in Paris. Like Jimmy they were only twenty seven years old in March nineteen seventy-three. Michael Jeffery was traveling from New York to London to attend the trial on. Uk Royalties for Jimmy's music. Depending on the verdict he was looking to add another layer of lining to his already. Well stuff pockets. The Iberian Airways DC nine he was on collided with a span tech's coronado in mid Air France. All forty seven passengers including Michael. Jeffrey were killed. No reading was one of the few who called Bullshit on the plane crash. They never identified Jeffries Body in the wreckage. Surely must be hiding on one of these islands with one of his many suitcases of money. Dead Loving it. Most certainly not true Jeffrey was to paraphrase Winston Churchill. Show a real wrapped in a mystery inside. `nigma anything's possible. In April of Nineteen Ninety six Monica Danamon was found guilty of contempt of court. She had been lied to report as Jimmy's death when Kathy Etchingham had. The coroner's inquest reopened her fantasy world about her relationship with. Jimmy took on a life of its own after his death and she remained consumed by his memory. The walls of our house were filled with paintings of Jimmy that she created she held onto. Jimmy's black stratocaster that he had been playing that last day. She wrote a book about her. Brief time with her supposed fiance the inner world of Jimi Hendrix which contained a lot of photo. She took on her last day together. Two days after she was found guilty of contempt. She Parker mercedes-benz in our garage closed the garage door. Roller windows down breathed in deep filter longs with carbon monoxide. Their last breaths she would take. She was fifty years old. Chas Chandler was fifty seven when he died in his sleep at Newcastle General Hospital in July. Nineteen Ninety six. He admitted to undergo tests for New York Ariza. His heart gave out. No reading had a rocky relationship with the Hendrix estate following Jimmy Staff in the seventy s he. I Sued Warner Brothers. For hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages plus royalties and then sued both warners and Chas Chandler for cool three million and few thousand three he sued the Hendrix. Stay for another five million in royalties own. A few months later he was found dead by his manager is home in Ireland unknown causes and he was only fifty seven. Mitch Mitchell died in Portland Oregon Hotel Room in November of two thousand eight. He was on the last stop of a US tour with the experience Hendrix show a tribute showed was former group featuring high profile musical gas. His death was due to natural causes. He was just sixty one over the years. All these musicians and more were wrapped up and tied up in the ongoing legacy of Jimi Hendrix. His music his legend his place in the nineteen sixties and in the Pantheon of rock music architects though. He only released three studio albums. One live album one compilation album. During a short lifetime is posthumous. Catalog.
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"The theory about Michael Jeffries better dead than alive ghoulish take down on Jimmy Hendrix and the theory about incompetent racists. Paramedics are arguably far fetched. They see more like attempts to explain the sudden death of a unique musical talent. That Jimmy's death couldn't have been so blase so pedestrians so cliche that some sinister force must have taken down something fantastical. He was just too unique too special to a Morteau to die. So predictably the truth may have been less pulpy than the twin theories posited by Tabby Monica but the truth was tragic than the less the truth about Jimi Hendrix death goes like this Jimi Hendrix took nine of Monica Danamon vesper pels. That's nearly twenty times. The recommended dosage. It was enough to take down a Goddamn Rhino. The autopsy concluded that he died from inhalation of vomit Duta bitchy intoxication and fettah means plus wine plus second all and then a shit ton of aspects. He chugged the booze. He chugged the pills. He fell asleep on his back and he didn't wake up when his body rejected the lethal cocktail intentional. Probably not a dumb move made by a guy who is running on fumes and just one of the world is stop for a moment so his body and mind could catch up. That's most likely what happened. But we'll never really know Jimi Hendrix was buried at Greenwood cemetery in Renton Washington a Seattle suburb. It was the first day of October. Nineteen seventy it was cheaper to bury Jimmy in Renton in Seattle tune. The Nadi Mess. That was his estate and the paltry salary that his father. Our earned his landscaper. It just made fiscal sense. Bury their plus. His mother Lucille was buried there to the funeral. Took place at the DUNLAP BAPTIST. Church only one reporter in one photographer. Button door hundreds of fans lined the streets outside. Jimmy's family was attendances. Were Michael Jeffrey. No reading Mitch Mitchum Buddy Miles Johnny. Winter Alan Douglas. Miles Davis in Devon Wilson Devon Flung herself at the open grave a short time later in February of Nineteen seventy-one. She took another dive. This time it was from a ninth storey window. The Chelsea Hotel.
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"The only thing he was sure of was that Jimi Hendrix was dead. And that Michael Jeffery was a bad bad man. We'll be right back after this word were were everyone then bullet here host of stuff. They don't want you to know ridiculous. History as a podcast. Does I am constantly reading and researching for upcoming episodes but even I need an occasional break so when I feel like I need some kind of mental pallet cleanser. My GO-TO REFRESHER IS THE MOBILE PUZZLE. Game best fiends. That's fiends not friends. Best fiends is a puzzle game. You can play right on your phone. It's pretty cool because you go through all these levels solving challenging puzzles that actually engage your brain but it's a casual game that anyone can play and it's actually Super Fun. The great thing about it is that it doesn't take much of your time but it's great because it fills up those moments where you wish you had something to do. 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And who were they to tell her that her connection was in strong. She didn't feel the way she felt. Or that Jimmy wasn't true blue as she believed him to be. The haters. Were just jealous. They wanted what she had and they couldn't have it Boo fucking. Hoo for them. When she first met Jimmy in a bar Duesseldorf it was all over all downhill she left. Germany left her job as an ice skating instructor went. We're Jimmy Win. Sometimes she'd get his attention other times not and they had a few nights together here a few nights to get there and then those last days in London at the Summer Camp. She had his complete attention in the garden. He told her he loved her. He told her that he would marry her. Didn't matter if he said those same things to other girls on other days and other guards he belonged to her. Now and she wasn't about to let go Kathy Etchingham thought Monaco's offer deluded that she had casually met Jimi Hendrix in a bar Duesseldorf and almost instantly concocted a fantasy where she and Jimmy were the leading roles and furthermore she would say whatever she needed to say to push other people people like Kathy further. The picture no one was going to write a history least of all delusional ice scare Monica. Been Accused of a lot of things and Jimmy Steph accused of neglect lies accused of poisoning him accused of waiting too long to call an ambulance but she stuck to her story. She sat across the table from her attorney and spoke her true. The thing she believed others called them conspiracies fantasies falsehoods meant benefit. No one but Monica Danamon but she stood her ground. She told her attorney that she thought the paramedics were neglectful. The paramedics refused to give Jimmy. The helping need it because he was black. It was so fucking obvious. She thought could see it in her mind. See of a whole thing played out. It was obvious because Jimmy's life is full of more than his fair share of racist encounters. He had told her about the time that the COPS had stopped. Jimi and Cathy as they walked on the streets of London. Jimmy dressed in antique royal. Vet Court jacket guilty. Only of walking while black or perhaps more accurately walking while black with a white woman on his Jimmy. It also told her stories about touring with experience in the states about the restaurants in the South Korea. Begrudgingly eat with the rest of the corker. Jimmy the only black man in the joint managed to sit through an awkwardly quick meal. All white is in the place on the entire time. The tour made its way to Seattle. Where cop pulled a gun on Jimmy Cobb? Who WAS HIRED TO PROTECT? He was walking hand in hand with a white woman. Other cops pulled their guns to the whole situation turned into a standoff of extremely ignorant proportions and ended with hired cops walking off the job simply because they couldn't stomach Jimmy a black man. Walking the white woman. Monica was convinced that the day he died was the same thing that a couple of white paramedics walk into. The flat saw white woman with black man and their inherent racism flair to the surface..
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"James Happy. Wright sat on his bar stool in a near empty seaside Whitley Bay pug convinced Michael Jaffray Killed Jimi Hendrix. His imagination went into overdrive. He could see it all off could have come together and it was moving fast Jeffrey. Get the news that Jimmy had taken meetings with Chas Chandler and Alan Douglas. It was the last Straw. Tabby knew this. He knew Jimmy meeting with Chas again would flipped out his boss. Jeffrey so tapping you that. If Jeffrey did what he thought he did that he'd have the idea circling around in his head for a while before moving on it before taking it from just an annoying thought to an idea. He needed to execute on Michael Jeffries. Days as manager to the Grace Guitar Player in the world were numbered if every loss. Jimmy tabby figured that he would have no way out from his mob debts. So Jeffrey moved quick. If he was going to survive avoid being clipped by the Mafia Jimi Hendrix had go. It was the only way for Michael Jeffrey. It was never questioned. If he could do it was a question of how in his rampant imagination tabby concede Jeffrey going into full. James Bond vote total mission impossible waking fantasy tap beside Jeffrey tightening. His cufflinks smoothing pressed white shirt donning his black jacket punching his cuffs but thought cleaning the lenses of his dark prescription glasses with the pocket square from his suit jacket. The theme from Peter. Gunn playing in a loop in his head on Max volume tabby new. The training from jeffries days laid dormant inside of him in the Jeffrey. Thought of it is an ace up his sleeve. It was impart what gave the balls to deal with the mafia-type so casually borrowed money from that. Training coiled inside of him like a sleeper cell ready to be activated covert deep. Cover now live. Shows on warmers. Weren't the only ones with half a fucking clue Michael. Jeffrey knew how thin the mortal coil was being stretched by his client Jimi Hendrix. So he took out a two million dollar life insurance policy on his star attraction as well and now after all the bullshit after the arrest in Toronto and the subsequent trial that kidnapping at the Salvation Club the shakedowns on the streets of Harlem the drugs and the girls and the cost of deviation from the master plan after Jimmy Collapsing onstage and barely escaping an island on fire after coming out from under a recording studio that was hell bent on sinking no matter how hard they try to keep it afloat after the back alley fistfights and threatening phone calls and claims of illegitimate children after all the other fame hungry hangers on. Who wanted a piece of Jimmy's Pie? After all that it was time. Final for Michael Jeffrey to cashing on his voodoo child cash cow to quit while he was ahead..
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"She was dead as soon as she hit the pavement twenty third strain, the whole thing was shrouded mystery. Was Devon Wilson pushed per? Did she jump? and. There wasn't much of an investigation. Devon being Devon as far as many were concerned. It was the junk of her nose in her arm that did her in. Jimmy's dark shadows snuffed out. Case closed. The, tragic deaths of people and Jimmy's life didn't end there. It was only three days after Jimmy's funeral. The Janice Joplin checked out in Hollywood. Heroin overdose. Jim Morrison followed a short nine months later, supposedly, heart, failure and a bath tub in Paris. Like Jimmy they to only twenty seven years old. In March Nineteen seventy-three Michael Jeffery was traveling from. New York to London to attend the trial on UK royalties for Jimmy's music. Depending on the verdict, he was looking to add another layer of lining to his already well stuff pockets, the Iberian Airways DC nine. He was on collided with spandex Coronado. Mid Air over France all forty seven passengers, including Michael Jeffrey were killed. No reading was one of the few who called Bullshit on the plane crash. They never identified jeffries body in the wreckage. Surely must be hiding one of his islands with one of his many suitcases of money, dead and loving it most certainly not true, but Jeffrey was to paraphrase Winston Churchill a real wrapped in a mystery inside `Nigma. Anything's possible. In April of Nineteen Ninety six Monica Dannon was found guilty of contempt of court. She had been lying to reporters about Jimmy's death when Kathy. Etchingham had the coroner's inquest reopened her fantasy world about a relationship with Jimmy took on a life of its own after his death, and she remained consumed by memory, the walls of our house were filled with paintings of Jimmy that she created. She held onto Jimmy's black stratocaster that he had been playing that last day. She wrote a book about her brief time with her supposed fiance, the inner world of Jimi Hendrix which contained a lot of photos. She took on her last day together. Two days after she was found guilty of contempt, she parked mercedes-benz in our garage closed. The garage door rolled her windows down wreathed in. D. filled her lungs with carbon monoxide. There would last breasts she would take. She was fifty years old. Chas Chandler was fifty seven, when he died in his sleep at Newcastle General, hospital in July nineteen, ninety six, he had been admitted to undergo tests for New York annual Sir his heart gave out. No reading had a rocky relationship with the Hendrix sustained following Jimmy staff in the seventies he I sued Warner Brothers for hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage has plus royalties, and then sued both warners and Chas. Chandler for a cool three, million and few thousand three. He sued the Hendrix stay for another five million in royalties owed a few months later, he was found dead by his manager is home in Ireland? Unknown causes name is only fifty seven. Mitch Mitchell died in Portland Oregon hotel, room in November of two thousand eight. He was on the last stop of a US tore with the experience. Hendrix show attribute showed former group featuring high profile musical guests. His death was due to natural causes. He was just sixty one. Over the years, all these musicians and more were wrapped up and tied up in the. Legacy of Jimi Hendrix. His music, his legend, his place in the nineteen sixties, and in the Pantheon of Rock, music architects. Though, he only released three studio albums. One live album one compilation album during his short lifetime is posthumous catalog continues to grow. There have been releases Galore of live shows and studio outtakes, but also lawsuits Galore. Record companies bandmates family members, a lot of hands of dipped into the Hendrix. Jimmy remains the ultimate archetype for rock guitarist for psychedelic music. Makers for left handers freak flag wavers, and for those who like their fashion sense to raise a few eyebrows. If Jimmy had stopped searching along, the way, stopped, trying to find that thing that thing that clicked the right thing with his left hand, searching for something that made sense the right band, right song right girl. If he stopped searching then he wouldn't have been Jimmy would have been just another dude from Seattle with a guitar and a head full of licit trunks. He would have done a little Richard told him to do remain in the shadow soon. But there is always something new to seek out sometimes like the music made with band of gypsys. The results of the detour were great other times like that last fateful night with Monica. They were deadly. It was always Jimmy Smith. Jimmy made a habit and there was no way he would. People. Don't realize is. That plastic cage so easy to break. Jimi Hendrix stone free to do what he please. He can't stay. Gutting it away. I'm Jay Brennan.
"hendrix" Discussed on 27 Club
"James Tabby right wished he could on here what you just heard. It shocked him. It challenged everything he knew it rocked his world and it scared the shit out of Michael. Jeffery had just confessed to Jimi Hendrix's murder. Not In so many words that is, it was strongly implied. A. He had no choice. He's tapping. He was out of options he had to do it. Tabby Michael Jeffrey Jeffrey's apartment in February. Nineteen, seventy-three, discussing the upcoming American leg of Jimi plays Berkeley tour. They had just finished touring the documentary film around the UK Europe for they had sold out venues and continued to spread the gospel of Jimi Hendrix. His death was still fresh in the minds of many the movie. Give fans the thing that they would never be able to experience again. Alive performance. Jimi Hendrix delivered on a thirty foot, tall movie theater screen, and they had a few drinks in a few more Jeffrey was relaxed, but also a little drunk. Tabby noticed a change in Jeffries recent daily demeanor. He was no longer under pressure, no longer under the gun. Tabby would notice he'd been working for Jeffrey since the days back in new castle, running clubs and bringing up. The animals are respected Rhody doer. Capi was there through it all did what needed doing helped here help. They're happy. was everywhere rubbing elbows with everyone from the Beatles and the rolling stones to Ike and Tina Turner to Elvis Presley. US There as Jeffrey took on more responsibility with Jimmy in the studio took on more debts new debts to pay for old debts, even newer debts to pay for the new debts to pay for the old debts tap. He was the one who Dr Jeffrey out to new. Jersey who secluded suburban mob house. He'd sit in the car. TAP His fingers on the steering wheel as he listened to the arguments, the foundations Tommy James in the Shaun. Dell's while Jeffrey was inside doing his business shaking hands making deals Siamese Lakeway. Jeffrey would walk back to the car suitcase in hand loaded up with fresh bills handed to him by Mafia kingpins the guys who could afford to live in these Ostentatious Jersey Mansions. Have was there, too when the calls started coming with, Jeffrey couldn't pay the Mafia back. Jeffrey was overextended, ambitious and greedy. Michael Jeffery was blocked. Where's the money Michael? The heated mob voices would save from the other end the phone. Where's the PUCK and money shit? Happy started living his life by looking around every corner, checking underneath cars before getting inside screening phone calls remaining extremely wary of strangers. He lived his life every day like someone was coming his boss Michael Jeffries head. And, now sitting in Jeffrey's apartment reminiscent on a wildly successful documentary film tour, things seem more relaxed. Tabby was no longer on edge. Jeffrey had paid off. The IRS paid off the mob Hughes even able to buy out Jimmy's interest in electric lady studios Jimmy's father Al.. Happy wanted to know. Jeffrey! Get all that money. Why was everything coming up roses? From the mood of the room changed. Jaffrey ten stop. It'd obviously been weighing on him all the time. The secret he had. He had many secrets all collect through many years of his life, but this one. This one may have been the hardest to keep inside. is even the Jeffrey was a great keeper secrets. This one felt different. I had no bloody choice. Jeffrey Toll Tabby. The implication there in the air like a thick fog of Dunham smoke. The Look and Michael Jeffries cold is filled in the blanks. Looks at a lot. Mostly it said I'm a survivor. When the shit, House starts to go up in flames, I'm the motherfucker with the fire extinguisher. A Michael Jeffrey I do it needs to into. Get Myself Undone. Man qualified. The look filling the space around Jeffries last comment. I had no bloody choice. It also said it was the payout. The two million dollar insurance policy took out on Jimmy's head, and it was the insurance policy that rescue Jeffrey from certain ruin, or even death from his debtors the mob. Again according to James Happy Wright Michael Jeffery had no bloody choice. Tabby can believe it Michael Jaffray for agent of the Special Forces for the British intelligence Michael Jaffray mobbed up Michael Jeffrey Professional Bats Michael Jeffrey, trained killer, or so he told tapping Jeffrey sold that image heart and guys like Tabby Body Hook Line and sinker. Tap put two and two together Jeffries. Vague Confession in the reports from the attending doctors about the red wine that had been Jimmy's mouth and throat, but not in his stomach. And now tap was burdened with this bombshell, one of a handful of people who knew about I. Wish she didn't. You've been on the sidelines for most of his life on a need to know basis. And now he was privy to the deepest darkest secrets. He sat across the table from Jeffrey the apartment and picked up what was being put down. Tapa was convinced that Jeffrey had off. Jimi convinced the Jeffrey had sent a couple of goods. That apartment in Notting Hill and it was there. They forced red wine dance. You throw. He drought..
Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Nish Kumar
"What I was about. Fifteen years old. We went on a Fourteen is just before I turned fifteen. We went on this field trip to we went to Sheffield for a history field trip because we were studying something about the industrial revolution in the Arkwright Orlando Carmel Stuff. And we stopped as a treat at a now defunct building called the Sheffield History of popular music and I was just listening to it was forums. It was not great but I was listening to like a weird. There's like a listening post and you could just listen to some albums that they deemed classic albums and actually I my cousins were big Jimi Hendrix fans and so I started listening to Electric Lady Land and I remember listening to the first three songs and I just wrote the going. Great Well Mine Tie. World was just changed on so I ball. Electorally land go really into Hendricks and then viral electric lady land. Obviously through all along the watchtower read the liner notes. In its Britain by Dylan and niece of I guess if you're I'm thirty four and when we were school used to sing blowing it was a him so I guess there's just a moment of either has a sort of David. Your mind of who Bob Dylan is roughly and I. I was a into the Beatles at the time. So I sort of knew roughly a would big dylan fans and you know blowing the wind and he sort of saying you have some vague idea and then so my friend. Andy gave me the nineteen sixty seven greatest hits the he had which is his dad had which is just a best of everything op too blonde on. Blunt. I say it doesn't include anything for the debut album but it's just a great hits a of the of the pre John Wesley Harding nineteen sixties out on. Its I mean. That's a pretty place to star. Need because you sort of realized that this is by the time that period ends. He's probably about twenty five. I think. Yeah he yeah. He's about twenty five twenty six when the motorcycle accident happens. And so that's the if you think about the style changes the happen just did not show period of time. It's a pretty exciting thing to get like a quick precede history of and so from then on I was just you know I was just I was I was getting everything and I do think there is something really interesting. Did you go see blinded by the light? I know you on the show. There's a really amazing pit in that movie. Which is a beautiful film about. Safra's monsters obsession with Bruce springsteen this amazing bitten where it's kind of in the eighties and him and his friend who both of british-asian ethnic heritage and one of them is trying to get Bruce springsteen to be played on the School Radio Tannoy system and the guy says Bruce Springsteen isn't he got going on dodger into And the two Asian kids look at me. Go No ought not only definitely think. That's a work because when I was a kid my friends he's like. Oh that's the music DODD LISTENS TO A. My parents liked the bills in the light of the music. That was big when they moved to Britain like things like yellow and stuff but they they had no specific relationship with Dylan so I didn't have association with that. It was like a dragon something that your parents enforced you to endear. When you were growing up so to me I just couldn't. I just couldn't believe it. It just absolutely blew my mind. I had no full context for it and so I just bought as much as I can possibly buy that. There's a period where pretty much all I spend my birthday money. Christmas money on was Bob Dylan CDs and also quite good period to get into Bob Dylan because it was before they released the audio remastered CDs. So they were just so. I just I got. I bought time out of mind for one pound CD copy of time out of mind for a quid. From W H Smith's in Croydon and so it was really easy and cheap for me just to buy almost
Reds make first cuts, sending 11 to minor league camp
"You mark Sheldon has tweeted out the cuts the raids of made first cuts of the spring those names include minor leaguers and and you'll recognize maybe some of them in tone carpenter that's David carpenter who was invited to spring training more of a veteran labour Hendrix Nikolic Dolo assigned to minor league camp today Tony Santee on Smith that is Josh Smith Chris Okey that is there a catcher a second round pick a couple of years ago Jonathan India signed a minor league camp Electra ha a fair child and pal all assigned today to minor league camp the Reds lost in spring training and tied in spring training in a squats split squats affair
Ep. 42 : The Art of Production Design with Guy Hendrix Dyas - burst 3 - Use expand 1
"It came to working with Chris Nolan inception so what we do is every week. I'd have to take my during sketches of future designs for Walkmans disc the disc and take them over Ginza. Again in this elevator and go up this very very high tech building. That searcy just looked to me like something out of Akira and I get to the top and the doors would open and suddenly. Ib In sixteenth century. Japan they'd be Tatami Mats Neural. Were and shuffle. Me In and there. He'd be sitting there sipping tea. And it's a guy sit down we're GONNA do some calligraphy and we mean learning this crazy. I mean look. I can't speak Japanese. I tried it was a disaster. The only Japanese are lambs off a couple of
In the spirit of Whitney: Houston hologram tour set to begin
"We talk about holograms before did you German see who is the latest person is on a hologram tour yes Whitney Houston anger Whitney Houston I wouldn't pay a penny to see anyone hologram you can put the Beatles back together Jimi Hendrix can be right in my leave it well if if they're dead Jimi Hendrix as a hologram in my living room I guess I would then pay who's the crowd obviously is the Die Hard fan who miss the ban miss the individual so much just play the tunes go watch the bodyguard just grab the phone this is a vocalese baseball men play her her amazing rendition of the national anthem Carter diss appeal to you at all I'd like to sit not specifically Whitney Houston but I would like to just to see the experiencing a second see Vegas this being hugely popular in Vegas so why not I mean if you're gonna spend seventy dollars on a show airs a hologram show it's just go check it out and see how good I guess Vegas is just so bizarre I expected IT yeah weird so every show can
Ford to Name New Chief Operating Officer in Leadership Shake-Up
"That here in rex would been president of operations is going to retire from Ford and Farley is going to be named chief operating officer this is reportedly being announced afford people at this hour comes after a disappointing earnings reported for this week no word if there's a connection there but again it looks like a Jim Farley is going to be chief operating officer red Ford and Joe Hendrix's leaving the company were in contact with port officials will let you know we get confirmation right now it's being reported by the Wall
"hendrix" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Although he agreed to perform at Woodstock for less than his usual fee she was still the highest paid entertainer. There was a huge draw for the event. But despite his star Status Hendrix didn't enjoy playing for huge crowds and Woodstock's Knox attendance had grown beyond the organizers wildest dreams in light of the huge numbers Hendrix push back his performance from midnight on Sunday to eight am. I am on Monday morning Monday morning. Not a time. People usually choose to rock out. In fact many of the people who stayed only hung out long enough to get a glimpse of Hendrix. Before making making the long muddy trek home at Hendrix wasn't exactly bright. Eyed bushy tailed either. By the time he took the stage he'd been awake for more than three days with all all that working against him. He still played one of the most iconic psalms of his career the Star spangled banner complete with all the fuzz distortion and feedback that had made him a household name and contrary to popular belief. His playing. The National Anthem wasn't an act of patriotism quite the opposite in fact by the summer of Nineteen nineteen sixty nine the US had occupied Vietnam for almost a decade and a half with the number of active troops ballooning out of proportion and showing no sign of stopping for many a young people. At the time faith in America was at a dismal low Hendrix. Playing the national anthem for that crowd was an act of rebellion. He was still debating whether or not to play the song as he walked onto the stage that morning and his manager was afraid he would spark a riot and Rick's made his decision at the last minute and in doing gave the most memorable performance performance of that fateful weekend even so woodstock seemed to mark the beginning of the end for Hendrix. Although he drank smoked and drugs for the entirety of his career the problems with that lifestyle started to become more pronounced in the last year of his life. Alcohol was a particular problem like his parents before him Hendrix was prone own defensive violence and rage when he drank too much which was more and more often. The life of a musician on tour is hard enough on the body but the substance abuse only made things worse. It was constantly exhausted from overwork stress and a lack of sleep which made him incredibly unfocused and frustrated. Sex Drugs and rock and roll is better arisen catchphrase than a working motto and things came to a head during one of his shows in Denmark in nineteen seventy hendrix. Where you get back here Jimmy? What's going on? You've only been up to fifteen minutes. I just need to take a minute. Where they Boeing can you? What happened out there all? I got tired. I left conscious. Lead the headline. You need to get checkout. What did you say you can't just leave you're the headliner you need to get back out and Hendricks Hendrix Jimmy how high you Hendrix. We need you back is. You're right not going back to them but I go. Oh if you keep on with all drugs and no sleep Jimmy. You're going to wind up dead. been dead a long time. Uh We'll return to our story in just a moment now back to the life of Jimmy Hendrix after the incident in Denmark Hendrix made a few more appearances but as bassist. Billy Cox had a bad reaction don't LSD and decided to leave the European tour altogether and things weren't looking doing great for the rest of the band. Hendrix was dealing with a recording contract dispute in court and was in talks to part ways with the band's current manager it was the end of the Jimi Hendrix experience in more ways than one jittery anxious and exhausted Hendrix. Look to distract himself by visiting one of his many girlfriends. German woman living in in London by the name of Monica. Dan and let me tell you. She's a pretty complex character. In herself and an X. figure skater and rock Groupie Danamon had I met Hendrix the year before when a friend invited her to a concert after post show fling her infatuation with Hendrix began. She followed his tour to London apparently unfazed unfazed by his sleeping around with several other women at that time. He spent his last few days at her apartment in west London. Smoking drinking and apparently arguing with her quite a bit. It's hard to tell what really happened between them. Those last few days because Dan was alone with him for most of that time and her testimony is a bit. Well Spotty. Maybe it was all the drugs but Danamon was never able to give a consistent time line of the time she spent with Hendrix. She also made several claims. That didn't make a lot of sense to the people that new him like for example that he had promised to marry her while. We can't know for certain that this was a lie or exaggeration on her part it seems pretty unlikely. Considering the constant revolving door of Jimmy's love life rockstars in monogamy don't usually mix and besides Hendrix Danamon never spent more than a few days together at the time. Here's what we do know. On the evening of September Seventeenth Nineteen Seventy Jimi Hendrix took. At least one amphetamine called a black bomber at a party. He returned to Monica Damn apartment and took nine sleeping pills. That's eighteen times the recommended dosage. Right you'd likely combine the pills with with alcohol and marijuana if they weren't dangerous enough on their own. When Danamon woke up the next morning she noticed that Hendrix was unconscious now hear her story diverges virgins either? She woke up thought he was sleeping. Normally went out to grab cigarettes and only realized something was wrong when she returned or she knew Hendrix was in trouble right away away but delayed getting him to a hospital by calling a friend for help instead in any case she finally called an ambulance eleven eighteen. AM on September eighteenth. Help help arrived. Less than ten minutes later led by that point Danamon was nowhere to be found she left Hendrix alone in her apartment but the door unlocked and him lying unresponsive live in a pool of his own vomit by the time the paramedics reached him he was most likely already dead them. Vomit had dried around his mouth so it was nearly impossible to resuscitate him still. The doctors tried their best to bring them back he was taken to the nearest hospital and pronounced dead at twelve. Forty five that afternoon so where was Danamon. And all this in all likelihood she was afraid of getting in trouble with the police copious amounts of illegal substances. They had consumed on top of that. It was her sleeping pills hells that led to his coma but by not calling an ambulance sooner she may have cost Jimi Hendrix. His life the official cause of death was aspirated. His own vomit the barbiturates taken would have suppressed his cough reflects and made it impossible for him to cough or rollover even as a choke to death it was an inglorious messy way to go. Things didn't turn out great for poor. Monica Danamon either in one thousand nine hundred eighty six after defending herself in a court case with one of Hendrix. Other longtime girlfriends Danamon fixated herself in her Mercedes Benz. Because of the amount of sleeping pills he had taken many people initially believed that Jimi Hendrix Andric's had committed suicide as well apparently left a note. It was this prevailing theory that would lead another great musician. Kurt Cobaine to commit suicide. It almost a quarter century later in emulation of Jimmy's going out in a so-called blaze of glory and joining Jimi Hendrix in the twenty seven club. which believe me is not a club you want membership into as you may have heard in our episode on Kurt Cobain? The twenty seven club refers to these striking amount of popular musicians. Who died for one reason or another at age? Twenty seven notably Janice Joplin. Jim Morrison and Brian Jones are among their ranks. As well as more recent deaths like that of amy wine house all dead at the shockingly young age of twenty seven however cobain was wrong assumption about Jimi Hendrix's death it was actually ruled accidental Hendrix. Six likely just wanted to sleep the night off before you made his return trip to America and in his already in neighboring state over estimated the amount of pills he would need. Also the so-called suicide note wasn't a suicide note at all written the night before he died note was actually Hendrix's final poem titled The Story Of Life Flou- its meaning was misinterpreted by the first person to find it and while it has themes of death heaven and rebirth. It's actually a fairly uplifting message. What follows is that poem in its entirety? The store Jesus so easy to explain after they crucified him a woman and claimed his name. The story of Jesus the whole Bible knows all across the desert in the middle of he found a rose there. There should be no questions there should be no is he was married happily after all. Tiers cry. No use in arguing. All the US is to the man that moans when each man falls in battle his soul has to grow angels of Heaven. Flying Saucers to some made Easter Easter Sunday. The name of the rising sun the story is written by so many people who dared to lay down the truth to so very many who cared art to carry the cross of Jesus and beyond we will got the light this time with a woman in our arms as men. We can't explain the reason why by the woman's always mentioned at the moment that we die all we know he's got his by our side and he says the word so easy yet so hot art. I wish not to be low so I must respect my other heart over the story of Jesus is the story of you and me recent feeling lonely. I am you searching to be free. The story life is quicker than the wink of an eye. The story love is hello. Could buy until we meet again. Now we cover a lot of deaths on this show of people from many different walks of life but I have to say it's deaths like Jimi Hendrix that make be the saddest agreed who's only twenty seven when he died and in a short professional career he completely revolutionized genre. I'm just think of what he could have done. With another five years or ten or fifty it just goes to show that addiction addiction is a very very powerful thing can take down one of the most celebrated musicians of all time just as easily as it can an average Joe and who knows if Jimmy Hendrix had gotten the treatment. He needed time. Maybe he'd still be around today even so he left behind inspiration for so many musicians after keeping his memory alive long after his tragic death.
"hendrix" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Not to rag on Dylan but Hendrix made that song. Well there's a reason why later covers would take more inspiration from Jimmy's version including later performances by dylan himself so so influential. He changed the original writers performance. Now that's scale and the public loved him to as great as his music was he was justice justice famous for his onstage stunts. Such as setting his guitar on fire at the end of his set were originally he had simply smashed his guitar the end of a performance formats but was told that the sun was too much like the WHO so fire was his way of upping the ante. You called it. A sacrifice burning the instrument he loved most in the world in front of thousands of onlookers and he was always a special event since the only burned four guitars on stage in the course of his career funnily enough the I contact photo of hendrix kneeling by the flames of his guitar. The one that's in every stone college dorm. Yeah that's the one was actually a last minute snap taken by seventeen. Seventeen year old photographer at one of Hendrix's performances the last shot of his last roll of film for the day. Wow and one of the most iconic images of sixties rock doc after that stunt the London press began calling him the vaguely racist nickname. Black Elvis and the definitely racist wild man of Borneo but no press is bad press I suppose and it was kind of a different time. Hendrix was a bona fide success the hendrix experiences first album. Are you experienced. I flew to the top of the charts. Only blocks from the top spot by Sergeant Pepper's lonely hearts club band. His next album axis bold as love was slightly less of a success. But this was due in part because Hendrix lost the master tape for side one of the LP and had to re record everything for a perfectionist ernest mixer like Hendrix. It was a majorly disappointing loss. Keep in mind. This is a guy who would regularly record the same song more than fifty times and he did a lot a lot of experimenting he was very interested in science fiction and space during this time. His music reflected that conceptually you would put reverse Guitar Solos into was music.
"hendrix" Discussed on WJR 760
"Hendrix yeah definitely play in that back room next yeah that's number one number two of good another man has been dead for decades Buddy Rich I don't even know it was just enough time the final recording is a previously unreleased concert from the legendary drummer reported over two nights in less than six months before his death this concert reveals his ability to propel abandoned drive it forward this is buddy rich and his band doing just in time yeah not a just the machine and those is yeah well you'll remember buddy right what was when they it like a camera shot what was the feature that immediately jumped out fifty is you know you know he could not read a stitch of music really you have a guy hired play the chart down and then we played really held him back rose yeah I'm not a little known fact did you know that I can actually read any copy we've heard you know me over here finally the late.
Overcoming Social Anxiety
"It shouldn't be surprised that so many of suffer from social anxiety or at least in some situations we've felt uncomfortable awkward nervous or even anxious even those of us who are really outgoing and love people and and love to be in social settings have certain situations where it can be uncomfortable so let's talk about the different types of social anxiety. I because you might not not even realized that's going on with you now. Some people can have social anxiety when they're around strangers or a big group of people people that they don't the people that they fear are going to judge them while others might experience social anxiety around people they know it certainly not uncommon to feel bill when were with someone in our family who just stirs up all of those emotions so let's talk about what social anxiety is it means. We're socializing right so that could be with family or can be with strangers. It could be an alarm setting can be in an intimate setting but we're socializing and we have anxiety now. If you break it down in those very simplistic terms you can understand how there are certain family members right like you around your aunt or your mom or maybe Abia sister that you don't see very often because you're estranged and it makes you anxious. The thought of spending time with them stirs up a little bit of panic or or nervousness or you just feel uncomfortable. That's an example of social anxiety. Social anxiety might be in the form of physical reaction so whenever I never someone calls upon you and you have to speak publicly maybe even at a dinner party or in a larger group your face will turn red and you'll feel flustered. Mustard your hands and palms sweat and you lose your train of thought your loss for words. Maybe you love public speaking like put you on a stage in front of ten thousand people and you're gonNA shine you feel confident and secure no self doubt but man you get off stage and you have to have a one on one conversation. Station was someone who was just sitting in the audience and you immediately feel uncomfortable. You feel nervous. You feel anxious. You feel like oh my gosh. Am I going to mess this up. Are they going to find find out that I don't know as much as I do or am I going to say the wrong thing my going to give them the wrong impression so the anxiety that's a feeling and feelings are are the result of beliefs feelings are not necessarily facts and oftentimes our feelings have very little to do with facts and everything to do with our our beliefs are feelings are usually a matter of our own perception and just to be clear having social anxiety is different or I should say it's separate separate from being shy or being an introvert or an extrovert remember being an introvert or an extrovert really is a matter of how you feel energized is. Some people feel more energized around. People and other people feel more energized when they're by themselves. I'm over simplifying things for this episode but generally speaking I want you to know that anyone can have social anxiety and you can have social anxiety that specific to specific situations just because you have social anxiety diety in certain social situations doesn't necessarily make you a shy person. It doesn't make you a bad person. It doesn't mean the you're insecure but it does mean that that particular situation makes you feel less secure and even a very confident individual can experience some some social anxiety or insecurities in that particular situation. I use myself as an example and try to use as many other people's examples here to today okay so that maybe you'll hear your own situation. It will give you some ideas of how you can solve this for yourself. I'm an outgoing person. I'm also what I consider an outgoing knowing introvert. I love being social settings. I love people but I also need a certain amount of time to be alone by myself. I need to daydream. I need to think obviously you've heard me talk recently a lot about my attention deficit disorder and you know because of that. I've learned different ways to kind of manage. My Energy and management management focus however even confident individual in certain social settings. I can feel insecure meeting. I feel uncertain written. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't feel good about how I might be making. Another person feels so for me. It's less about worrying that they're thinking thinking. I'm dumb or thinking that I'm not enough more so I worry that I'm going to disappoint someone that I won't say the right thing to make them feel feel comfortable or that. I'll say too much or that. I'm overbearing and dominate the conversation so it's a fear that I'm going to do it wrong. I'm GonNa disappoint someone for others that social anxiety might be a fear or a worry and anxiety that comes up around your physical appearance at Gosh. Maybe I'm not young enough pretty enough tall tall enough than enough all of the you know physical things that we often get an our own head over and we get in our head because we tend to tell ourselves stories stories and these stories. We attach our ego to them. We attach our identity to them. They become beliefs and with most beliefs what we we then do subconsciously is recreate situations where we can affirm our belief even though we're doing this subconsciously so say for example example. I'm uncomfortable when I'm in a very small group of individuals that I've never met before and I'm having all these insecurities. Gosh would whatever I say the wrong thing. Where if I don't make them feel comfortable would if they think I'm full of my so we're facing. I'm not nice where if they think I'm too talkative. You know all these things go through my head so if I'm feeling those things am invited to a party and I'm thinking those things right. That's my subconscious belief and I'm like that. I already start telling myself that I don't WanNa go. I'm already telling myself that it's going to turn out a certain way because I have a belief about the way it's going to turn out then unknowingly. I go to the Party and I'll do things that support a knowingly my belief so I might stay off to the side. I might show up late so that I don't don't have to interact. I might then leave early so I don't have to have that interaction and I might have as few interactions as possible and now I'm leaving that party or leaving thing that event and saying to myself see I didn't really meet anyone. It was very awkward and it was awkward because I walked in thinking of it that way and I I think Gosh I didn't make any connections with people so you see that's how social settings or social events are there awkward and therefore I have unknowingly created an experience that provides evidence of my false belief if say for example bowl you are the way you cope with your social anxiety. Is You cross your arms and you have this body language that tells the world like you. Don't WanNa talk to me because I'm going. GonNa say something really dumb. I'M GONNA stick my foot my mouth. I'm GonNa Forget what it was. I was going to say and I'm GonNa make a fool of myself so I'm going to avoid making a fool of myself by not saying anything but I keep saying this over and over my head like if you talk you're GonNa make a fool of yourself. You're GonNa Forget your words and then what happens you follow through on your beliefs chiefs because of consciously. We want to prove ourselves right. We don't realize we're doing this but it's important that we hold onto our beliefs even the false. I believe we have that. Don't serve US so truthfully. Step one is to just be aware that we are creating this this reality with our own perception. It's not the facts it's our feelings and our feelings are based on our beliefs so the best thing you can do is be aware be self aware ask yourself. Are Any of these things true now. Go goes up further and say. Can I be a hundred percent. Certain these things are true like say for example. You need ask yourself. Is it true that when I am asked a question or I'm in a social setting that people think that I'm an idiot or that I always lose my words and if you say yes that's true then ask yourself. Am I one one hundred percent certain that it's true and I doubt you'll be able to say yes so then you want to go a little further and ask yourself. Where did this come from. Why is that I feel this way. When was the very first time I remember experiencing this and what brought it on and that's just step one like understanding ending. What situations 'cause you social anxiety. And where do you think it stems from. Could it be that your parents labeled you. As shy or the your parents parents did all the talking for you. which gave you the belief that you couldn't handle yourself in social settings like so just dig a little further further in you may uncover you may not step two is to recognize the things you do as kind of security mechanism? Dr Doctor Allen Hendrix calls this your security behaviors. I like to think of them as security blanket behaviors because it's almost like you are wearing wearing a blanket over yourself when you engage in these quote unquote security behaviors an example that might be someone who is awkward when you you see them in the way that they don't shut up you know that's another form of social anxiety is that person who they can't handle a moment of silence silence so when they meet new people that Lula logistical a million miles per hour and their energy so high that it's just it's really uncomfortable well. No one else can get a word in they are afraid of silence who knows what they're really afraid of but that's their security mechanism right that's their security behavior behavior and it almost acts like a security blanket that they're throwing over themselves another example that might be that when you're in a social setting like again your face turns it's red and you sweat and you cross your arms and you back away from people right and you make certain that you're sending off the vibe or the body language that you don't want who engage or maybe your technique is to pretend you're on your phone. Not Make eye contact be unfriendly so that people don't talk to you. Maybe your security security blanket behavior is alcohol or recreational drug like maybe of take a valium or you take a glass of wine or a shot of vodka and you're doing back to mask your feelings you doing it actually to Numb your feelings and that's become your security blanket so it's like you're throwing a blanket over yourself self now. Here's what we do know about those behaviors as reported by Dr Ellen Hendrix by wish you got a great podcast about social anxiety Zayed's too. You might check that out. I read her book sometime last year of course now at the moment while I'm thinking about I can't think of the title of it but we'll look it up and we'll put it in the show notes. Dr Hendrik suggests that when we surveyed people who engage with those who regularly practiced these security pretty blanket behaviors that when they removed them when they just were aware of them and just didn't do the thing wherever that wasn't rambling or drinking before the event or being shy like whatever the thing is that you do when you're socially awkward when they literally just dropped it cold Turkey respondents respondents said that those individuals were much more comfortable to be around and it doesn't take doctor to figure out why that would be when we dropped the securities when we dropped the blanket now we can be ourselves. Everyone is more comfortable when we can be ourselves around and other people. You're more authentic. Authenticity allows us to trust people. It allows us to connect with people. It allows us to know someone. It's difficult to ever feel like we know someone who's not being authentic because we all have pretty good radar for that and when we're feeling anxious it's hard for us to be authentic and we have to be aware of these behaviors that we engage in so that we can drop them because I know I want to be someone that others are really really comfortable
A Top Keto Researcher Shares Her Findings
"I think you'd be on the podcast today. Anger Anthony Yes. Yes you are Maybe you say give people information just a little bit of your background currently what you do I'm a research associate at the University in South Florida and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology I worked with Dr Dominic Douglas. You know we have a lab here where we we study metabolism and how it pertains to the development and potential therapeutic interventions for a variety of diseases. primary focus for me would be cancer Um so he's been cancer. Metabolism things like Akita Genetic Diet or other non talk ways the target metabolism could be a useful advent to standard of Care Therapy for cancer better level so looked at eight non toxic metabolic targeted therapies or other these jazz seizure disorders and also near genetic disorders including some rare disorders like Kabuki Syndrome which is something that we've recently started studying so we have a wide array of interest kind of all related to how we can optimized metabolism to prevent and treat the gotta before we dive in deeper and I think what you do on a day-to-day basis just curious as far as your background and what got you interested in this field in the first place sure so I was always interested in. I was even a a young on girl. I was very much like a tomboy. I would always be playing outside like you know catch lizards grasshoppers than I was just so interested in those dot dot kind of so biology plus always really interested in me to the point where I never really thought about doing anything else. I probably from the time that I knew being scientists was an option. I was decidedly going to be a scientist and I always really loved the idea of contributing something new to be in a wealth of knowledge that was out there so just reading scientific textbooks and thinking about how literally each each launch of their represents an advise some fine history that had an interesting question or idea and tested dot hypothesis and came up with something new that had never been known before and that really drew me the being though after to High School I went to college with that in mind I studied biochemistry molecular biology at Hendrix College which is a small college in Arkansas which is where I grew up had a really great experience there where the the call all just very intent on experiential learning and so I was actually able to work in a neuro science research lab for three years at Undergrad and able to do really really interesting research and actually present at them national conferences even while I was an Undergrad which kind of furthered heard my you know solidified my interest in going on to graduate school and being scientists so then I decided to do my PhD after Undergrad and I came down to University of South Florida for or a PhD program in Biomedical Sciences and started looking around four labs to join though when you start a PhD program you have to identify who's GonNa be your nature Professor and the project that you're going to work work are gone for your dissertation project and that's what I'm doctor you know he was a new faculty member here. USF This is about ten years ago or so and he was doing a load of work at that time for the Navy looking at mitigation negation strategies to combat a unique type of seizure that manifest when you breathe high oxygen concentrations at depth so such a navy diver might experience and that led him down the rabbit hole to booking at he does this which of course the Ketogenic Diet had been used clinically for a hundred years actually to treat epilepsy mets refractory to education and so he was doing work in that field and at the time has kind of stumbled across this idea about a ton of research on at the time by the thought that maybe toes Hud's them properties that could be anticancer and that it was at the time I was looking for a research lab and I met Dr Casino and you described these ideas to me and it just sounded really fascinating in part because it seems so novel. It's funny now when I think about at that time the idea of diet impacting something as serious as cancer. It seemed surprising to me because now it seems so obvious that something so impactful the Diet would have major impacts on something like cancer but at the time it was very enterprising and I I'd had some personal experience with with cancer and and my father had had brain tumors starting when he was very young he had them even had them irradiated was pretty pretty intense radiation therapy which saved his life allowed him to live past you know his back speculation into his you know into relatively old age and and allowed me to to come around so that radiation saved his life but 'cause very long lasting negative effects and that he had cognitive physical decline over time and you know this was at a time we're a lot better now at using targeted radiation to eliminate much of those off target effects but at the time it was kind of more intense whole brain irradiation type therapy and I think I was just very intrigued by this idea that maybe there's here's the non toxic ways that we can before standard of care therapies so that we can protect our healthy tissue while putting more stress on the tumor and I I love that idea about potentially using diet do that and and I think that that really kind of caught my cut my eye. I and I decided to join Donovan and start up the Kantha research program and his love so now still split your serve research focuses. This is in in everybody all in on this sort of like metabolic therapies or or how do you split up. Yeah I would say our whole lab is it's pretty dynamic and their interest we kind of have people have more specific areas adventures expertise I I really enjoy and tend to focus on the cancer work in our lab dominate the classically trained neuroscientists and daas more his wheelhouse but we all kind of are familiar with the whole territory and contribute in other ways. I think that is also really important part to this kind kind of science as being multidisciplinary because we understand and learn a lot from each other though we're lucky about the epilepsy field has a very long history three of studying diet and metabolism and not do these days and there's a lot that we can learn from each other those are those and cancer biology for example or people studying nearer nearer developmental disorders can look at things like epilepsy and learn from I'm definitely we have people who kind of tend to focus on certain things were all also contributing to most of the projects that come out of the lab okay. How many resources do you guys have the right. Now we have about Devon fulltime not fall and then we have a number of students who come in and we'll volunteer or work as a student researcher for some period of time here and there so I would say I'm sure on yours and the answer is not enough of course always okay okay so one of the things you mentioned before was that you sort of have this transition in how you're thinking about cancer therapies and in that you know how could nutrition affect any of this nine eleven obviously. How can it not so? What did you learn that brought you from one mindset to the other. I think just the learning how impactful nutrition is on everything that happens in our bodies. I mean it is I would say one of the main them Eli but but our body is receiving it it tell their internal system a lot about the outside world.
"hendrix" Discussed on The Queens Fortress
"Of scamming going on you get what I'm saying and I feel like you could bring a different energy a different vibe a different sound as because I've never heard something that it's very similar to shove the sandwich just clean. But I've never heard anything like music nor I do I do English do citing trodden sweetened. Speak so I tried to date people. And when I'm writing some people from Pretoria it has to be in Langley. Yeah so that they can relate to its music up. I think it's I think it's a kids to he will be news. I'm literally alleged to eat. I don't like it at all. I don't WANNA lie. I feel like it's it's FA- my nephew like it's it's lazier for like it's it's doesn't have direction like days. No context not just talk about goals in a manner that is so disrespectful spectrum and I was raised by remain so I cannot speak like that about women Okay so the way they do dislike. It's no modelling trip. Dozen FALENTE HIPPO. Rejected it is puddles for it is the evolution of people. Just did it on agree with it. I don't think I would endorse it all live with someone who does that thing all right. Thank you so much guys. Throw your social media. Handles at US records won't treat INSTAGRAM facebook. And let's say you you are given out on you can find you hendrix Hendra within X. Underscore Jane are in the diesel Youtube Channels First Pioneers. That's the company for some Pines on facebook as well and yeah and also another thing that I feel like I don't see a lot my number Which can be able to take the company in talk to us. Peasants all seven four six seven eight zero seven can either find me. They're offering one of Massey's foget give Geena Nilo a shot a key. I just hired this. One goes very intelligent. I haven't done this before. People went into a quickening by satellite. This one person. She does radio as well. studies media at Boston. Approached me. Heidi right on the spot for four liter. Intermedia what's voice? She's very nice very smart. So if you don't find me you can either say the number games or seven four six seven hundred. Eighty seven awesome awesome having studio. We are going to pay cool but it ain't you can. We can is necessary. Hey guys and if you WANNA find on social media that's your Maria underscore on instagram. That's fortress Queens on twitter on facebook. It's the amaury as well think of between the end. This is the Queen's portraits by Maria. And the last song is tangled by can even see the blue.
"hendrix" Discussed on The Queens Fortress
"If you live in where would it be gardens. You do without music. The most useless talent. You have just hand people. You can meet people. Yeah okay. Do Bugs had feelings once. The worst show is doing dishes. Takeaways to the world's attention for ten seconds. What would you say is not enough for against drugs? Okay which fast food. Chain cancelling and unders taken off flowers. Romantic firefly's romantic. Yeah okay a night in a cemetery or week at the mode and knighted the cemetery week. I'll chit them through the most important question ten Hawaiian you know. I didn't get the different between autism. An agenda artists. Y'All are really different. Adshead feelings about this cool. What is that is that 'cause I know infringe say thank you very much. It's Mixie Boo. Koo Cool. Cool comes from my second name which is will Colombian goes only. My mother uses the name and felt it was unfair for her to be using that name so I chopped in half and then later on. I found out that there's another school in German nut relevant not relevant. Can you play a given here? We have an original who and original Hendrix. You your rapper. So let us put you on the spot. Nina playing talking for stole cage legwork through so I throw words that you and you wrap on those words. There's going to be difficult. It's about having fun story so the First One. I'm going to throw it to his church so the first word is Turks against judge working on the Church Street. This is me. This is real. This is where we do things. This is very see the People. This is where we prayed. Deception Aladdin me they told me this lavish shit. This is not a cheek. This is something I can see. This symmetry to slip in Sandwich. People descending. I've never seen so incredible. Index managing the guy check pins nice thrown on somebody else's. Okay all right my make homemake. So he's still the same way through our way of. I put him on the sport like this. So why don't we throw one? Okay let's go. Let's let's hug article okay. Pardon my Hubris Stanley Kubrick with ice. What shot I could cook up to. Ten Nicholson dimes. Ten dump CICADAS ten watts from Doris man. I'm clear water and just full club. My presence charity mufflers. A gift philanthropist. Everybody I'm enrich a little bit problem. Is this accusing me? Yeah now were be sometimes I feel like your undeserving mufflers on earthly the greatest one of the greatest form of giving from anonymous to one nine mostly. Yeah go a- primis this egg you see list. Talent is not skateboarding. Just chilling gave away. She'll tell us who are you as a musician if someone is shooting in signing up on spotify to listen to you wide who are you. What do you bring to the table? We'll go lose Is A is a artist. Who couldn't get signed? You know like most of us. So then I say more record label and then I'm trying to bring justice to the Music Industry. No end of being used by their labels for their own benefit today so trying to reverse the cycle you know trying to bring something different as a label as artist. I'm trying to to speak about things. People are afraid to speak off. You know I WANNA go in. We know wants to go because everybody wants likes some of us. Just GOTTA BE REAL. No one telling the truth so much anymore. There's too much lies not tend to believe the lies because of how they did so to be reading and it's not loony people would not be able to tell it like it is and on your record label are you the only artists signed you begin to sign anyone else so you just killing yourself right now. At the moment I'm working on myself and trying to learn the INS of the industry and stuff so that later on we can bring in more artistic and we can actually get them direction. We know this and you described as against hip hop a door as believe this have already recorded it. So yeah that'd be news gave with. I'm not really but I music do similar music. It's a it's a stylish agenda that they could hear some credit he pops Paul I think. What do you call it? I call it? I'll say this thing is one. That's restricting people. You know I feel like you should just do music that speaks to the people and then whatever it's called even if it's our reports fusion as long as it has amid misogyny can do the curious the song we just played right. Is that in relation to you personally. Is this an experience your head telling someone else's doing this is my story? My story no twas a chapter in a very big book book so we decided to tell a story about that but It's not relevant anymore. So last year we did it last year but the reason is so emotionally because it was a a real life experience. You know it's easy to write about something going to have to fake to be so I think it's more difficult like what myself being a poet kidding onstage and speaking about your life it requires you in T- please to find the emotional strength to write about it and then golden share that with people that are writing about some experience. I I gue- I guess. People do because nights easy with me when I talk about something that I know easy. And it flows candidate takes takes municipal second. Oh three hours to finish the track down motoring tolls. Yeah I did it in three hours. Jiechi my mind segment three two. We did it second hour. They they they dead mule and I said I can write any music and then they stop lying. Ted Give me give me five hours and give me the subject And then they came into our leads. Give me a subject in rotor servants. Going to be on the EPA zone. Tell us about the EP title title track. What's The vibe when we get in from it the EPA is called the Dawn? 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Then they can come through stuff like that breed of being a record label like they have such a bad connotation in the industry right now if you see what they've been doing to artists taking which are not of their money rubbing Liam of the things and when it's time for you to leave the record label a lot of things fall apart for you. The WHO will go records is Is Different from from those labels. How so because when we started Sending artist we're GONNA have an agreement. This is how much you're GONNA SPEND. And then this is how much you're GONNA make a few. Then you're left him relatives and everything they could to adjust GONNA hold them down at tides. What will you leave to sell your soul to us not that? We're just GONNA get the money that you spend your new in the prophet then re down with you and you move onto the next one. Yeah I think we need more people like because I've been observing the music space and I like Firstly a lot of people are not telling the truth and they music. 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Under US pressure Mexico shifts immigration policy
"The US Supreme Court today backed a trump administration rule preventing most central American migrants from seeking asylum at the US Mexico border he cuties immigration editor techie Hendrix reports at bay area judge had blocked the rule on Monday in Oakland US district judge John tiger restored a nationwide injunction blocking the policy which denies asylum to anyone if they cross another country without seeking protections there
Why Does America Use Fahrenheit Instead of Celsius?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty host mark murphy celebrity chef and run tour with help from his friends. The restaurant industry takes a three sixty. Look at the world food food history science and culture tuned into food three sixty with new episodes every friday could listen and subscribe on apple podcasts iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts look to brain stuff production of iheartradio brain stuff lauren boban here. If you're an american you've ever ever had a conversation with someone from another country about the weather. You've probably been a little confused when he or she said the afternoon. Temperature is a nice twenty one degrees to to you that might sound like a chilly winter day but to them. It's a pleasantly warm springtime temperature. That's because virtually every other country throughout the world uses the celsius temperature scale part of the metric system which denotes the temperature at which water freezes as zero degrees and the temperature at which boils as one hundred degrees but the u._s. u._s. And a few other holdouts the cayman islands the bahamas believes in palo clinging to the fahrenheit scale in which water freezes at thirty two degrees and boils at two hundred and twelve twelve that means that the twenty one degrees celsius temperature that we previously mentioned is the equivalent of a balmy seventy degrees fahrenheit in the united states. The persistence of fahrenheit is one of those puzzling american idiosyncrasies like how the u._s. uses the word soccer to describe what the rest of the planet calls football so why is it that the u._s. Us uses a different temperature scale and why doesn't it switch to be consistent with the rest of the world. There doesn't seem to be a logical answer except perhaps inertia americans generally. I don't really seem to distrust the metric system. A twenty fifteen poll found that just twenty one percent of the public favoured converting to metric measures while sixty four percent were opposed it might make more sense of fahrenheit was old school in celsius with some modern upstart a sort of the new coq of temperature but in reality they were created only about two decades apart part fahrenheit was created by its namesake. A german scientist named daniel gabriel fahrenheit who in the early seventeen hundreds was the first known person design alcohol and mercury thermometers that we're both precise and consistent so that any of his instruments would register the same temperature reading in a given place at a given moment thanks to his working skill in managing glass when fahrenheit started out the key thing he was interested in was coming up with the same temperature reading all the time not comparing temperatures of different things or different times of day but when he presented a paper on his system for measuring temperature to the royal society of london in seventeen twenty four he apparently realized that he had come up with the standard temperature scale as well. We spoke with don hilfiger a research meteorologist to colorado state university's cooperative institute for research in the atmosphere and and also president of the u._s. Metric association a group that advocates conversion to the metric system he explained basically the fahrenheit scale was devised a zero as the coldest oldest temperature for a mix of ice and salt water and the upper end was thought to be body temperature approximately ninety six degrees fahrenheit making a scale that could be progressively divided by two do this resulted in the freezing melting temperature being thirty two degrees fahrenheit not very useful number. The boiling temperature for water was then set at two twelve again not not a very useful number the temperature's one hundred and eighty degrees apart again a multiple of two nevertheless the system apparently sounded pretty good to officials officials of the british empire who adopted fahrenheit as their standard temperature scale which is how eventually became established in the american colonies. Well meanwhile though in seventeen forty forty two a swedish astronomer named anders celsius came up with a less unwieldy system based on multiples of ten in which there was precisely a one hundred degree difference between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water at sea level the neat one hundred degrees symmetry of the celsius scale made it a natural fit for the metric system which was formerly developed by the french in the late seventeen eighteen hundreds but the english speaking world nevertheless clung stubbornly to its preference for awkward units such as the pound in the inch and fahrenheit went along for the ride but finally in nineteen sixty one the u._k. Met office then called the u._k. Meteorological office switched teasing celsius to describe temperatures in weather forecasts in order to be consistent with other european countries. Most of the rest of the world soon followed suit with the notable exception of the u._s. Or the national weather service still publishes temperature data atta in fahrenheit. Even though its own staff long ago switched celsius hilter explained the n._w._s. Catering to the public by reporting in degrees fahrenheit whereas whereas much of their operations such as forecast models used degrees celsius and automated weather observations the temperatures recorded in celsius as well should we choose to metric chicken weather reports the fahrenheit layer. That's now added for the u._s. Public could be removed. We also spoke via email with jay hendrix who heads the u._s. National institute standards and technologies thermodynamic meteorology group he points out that the fahrenheit scale does have one significant advantage quote. It has more degrees over the range range of ambient temperatures that are typical for most people. This means that there's a finer grain temperature difference between seventy degrees fahrenheit and seventy one degrees fahrenheit then there is between twenty one degrees celsius twenty two degrees celsius since a human can tell the difference of one degree fahrenheit. This scale is more precise for the human experience on the other hand though the advantage goes away. If a fractional temperature in celsius used hendrix explained for example the equivalent celsius temperature for seventy and seventy ninety one fahrenheit are equivalent to twenty one point one and twenty one point seven degrees celsius. Today's episode was written by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang brainstorms production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other topics that humans are sensitive to visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and from our podcast iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows they i would much rather story that you tell off. My daughter was beaten to death. I'm katherine townsend host of the true crime podcast helen one gone and i'm heading back to arkansas on a new case to find out what happened to janey ward on september ninth nineteen eighty nine when there's no justice done it hurts. A lot of people floors listened to hell and gone. That's h. E. l. l. and gone on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.
Rangers, Muncie And Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
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"hendrix" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The sun. Answered incorrectly. And then finally who sings the nineteen seventy-one song ain't no sunshine the answer. Here is Bill withers. Saying that song you both answered that incorrect both dummies. I know I know I know please. No. Now, go to a breaking question. It's an audio question. The first to identify what band sings this song. This is all Jimi Hendrix. No, wait. Kimmy Hendrix, the guys the velvet velvet Jimi Hendrix. Vida. Doors a few you that. The doors that was a good guess. This guy doing? Jefferson. What's her name? Geoffroy toll JETRO Thome now man Jefferson airplane anything with the word Jefferson in it, the jeffersons Jefferson and moving on. And one minute has now passed give you a hint, Eric Clapton? Faces bread era. And the cloud. Tonight's not faces what's his band. Spaces those got into beat Eric Clapton in the Clapper's. Eric Clapton and company. Jacob do. You know, the answer. I do that. No. Okay. Can't remember can't remember? Well, then the in that case.
"hendrix" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Jimi Hendrix's intense distorted guitar version of the star spangled banner. David crasner wonders why this song still resonates with us. Michael William Doyle was too young to attend Woodstock. But he's been thinking about it ever since he teaches courses on the nineteen sixties at ball state university in Indiana. My brother was a DJ for a AM radio station in Winona Minnesota in sixty nine and seventy and they signed off their station every night with the star spangled banner. And one night. I was in there with some friends, and I said to him, you know, it's time to close on. I said, hey, I can idea. Why don't you play Hendrix's version of the star spangled banner? It just see what happens. So he was gained for it. This is midnight. But small town in Minnesota nineteen seventy and within minutes the station manager who was awakened from sleep called. My brother and told him that he was going to face firing over this that his phone had been ringing off the hook with people who were calling to complain that he had played that version probably most of the people that were calling to complain had never heard that song before doubtful that they'd ever heard of Jimi Hendrix. But they knew when they heard that song that there had been a rupture in something that was considered to them to be sacred. Already like using with chaos because the notes are bedding and are threatening to go somewhere else. He's leading them swell. That's Tara T. She's the Qatar who leaves the band and teed him, and it's like already like starting to dive bomb. He's holding the pressure points of the buttons of everybody gets pushed when they're listening at the sports event. It actually means something to them..
"hendrix" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"You got to an event haillan you had a chuck berry you had a jimi hendrix whoa we didn't when i was a kid we didn't see that as black white we saw it as rock and roll who sought his you know someone playing a guitar doing it really really well and you think about it because you've you've well you know he the progressive thought the progressive thought of today's trying to classify everything we didn't classify music when i was growing on it was just music now i listen to it it was music to tell me who worthy who are the troop progressives out there if you're talking about progress of being a positive thing right we should embrace everything that comes from music or we should classify it and then accused people have cultural appropriation because your skin color happens to be this or you're not allowed to play the how how bigoted how intolerant how dare you appreciate something that somebody else did but if you don't appreciate it that you're also arrest for us why there is i mean i i just before me the breaking down you know those think because that was for us we didn't have the we didn't have mtv we didn't have those you know video and the or a youtube now that you can just basically pull it up and get a whole playlist you know yourself of those performances you you had to go to s you know very specific areas uh to get them or wait for them to be on on tv somewhere in a somewhat to actually a performance someone to you to make an appearance uh on a tv show or for someone to show a concert had an orgy he think that who'd he should be playing country music um i don't know.