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"hollywood palace" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The file, you place the flowers in the wasp. That you bowl? Yeah, that humble. It tasted terrible. I just looked an envelope for a card on. I'm always reminded when I taste a bad envelope of that Seinfeld episode where his fiancee died because he bought the cheap. Wedding invitation. Did you watch Seinfeld? Dave? I did. I couldn't imagine you not watching it. Actually, it seems like you're just watching every week, but, Yeah, I watched a lot of them. I've seen every episode of Seinfeld. Straight up. I've seen every I have also seen every episode of NCS. And watch. This is a dark in here. I like it. I've liked it. I mean, Chuck and I love and C s u Know what I'm coming out of the closet. Guess what I like in CS And you know what? I like Barry Manilow, too. Uh huh. I like Barry Manilow to whatever I like Barry Manilow. I don't like in Seattle. Yes. Why don't you like NCS? It's just a cop procedural show. I know why We want to waste my time on another one. They were all over the place. Mark Harmon. He's awesome. The older episodes with Michael Weatherly come online. It's It's been a really good show until it remember Sitting in the country has an N C. I s series, but this has been a really great serious for a long time in the last few years. Uh, it's reliable cop shows to become dominant. You know, it zaps it flows when I was a kid. What was dominant was Western. So was million Westerns. There is there are no new Western syriza out, so I don't think that What Yellowstone is a Western series. Not in the traditional sense. It's a modern Western story. It's um it's a limited miniseries. Really? Yeah. Yeah, give me credit. I'll give you credit for that. But I mean, there were dozens of the back of the day. And they just I guess they don't sell any more. But cop shows. Sure do then medical shows became big. Yeah, Yeah, I have to say that. Um, NCS watches since the very beginning still of it, even though the last few years have been really dodgy and really woke and like social justice, see and really annoying, But I'm pretty sure the only reason I'm saying this is for other NCS fans. I am pretty sure that this is more Carmen's last season. Here's why Not even talking about the plot line of what has been going on Pam Dawber, his wife of forever. They've been married since 1987. I had them on a flight once they were so incredibly nice. Just really nice, wonderful, charming people, But she has never been on the show in 19 seasons. She's got a four story arc booked for this season. I'm like, Oh, yeah, this is his last season. This is it. The the other genre that died completely is the variety show. We used to be really big. We were watching the Ed Sullivan our because they have it on me. TV. You can watch it. It's not the whole story. It's you know, snippets, and I'm sitting there thinking, why don't we have this anymore? I made Chuck Watch of Muppets Skit liken early. This was well before the Muppets right thing thing they were on the Sullivan show and I made Chuck. Watch it, and I have to say I thought it was funny. I don't know if he thought it was funny or not. I thought it was funny, but I mean, he has that he is the guy who made who may have shot hoping in the end. Yeah, Everything in the entertainment world was available on these shows. On a weekly basis, and now there's not one single. Yeah. Carol Burnett Show Ed Sullivan Show Hollywood Palace. You could go on and on the Perry Coma Show, Andy Williams, the brooms you And in shows like America's got talent, but instead of featuring new and different acts every week like Ed Sullivan did. We've made it a competition. You know, everything in the United States has to be a competition. I like a good competition is as much as the next person, But a couple of years ago, I read a news story about a thing in New York where they were having yoga competitions and I thought, that's it. We jumped the shark. We've got it. This is a bridge too far. I cannot get on board with this. Because yoga is all about connecting to your body and your breath and the earth and I'm like, What are you going out down, dog? Me? How does it yoga competition even work like, you know. Oh, my dolphin pose is perfect. And I even do noises while I'm doing I mean, I We have to make everything in this country, a competition and it's terrible. I understand. We're competitive society and I embrace that. But not everything needs to be out. Last outlive, kill. I mean, That's that's the America's Got. Talent is a variety show. They have other things like that. But we can't just have a show where you can see the doors and the shadow puppet guy at the same time. Yeah, That's the one type of program that's always been popular and still is. Is the situation comedy? Oh, yeah, I mean from I Love Lucy to the present. It's changed, but you know it's family stuff. The dynamics of change what you can get away with his change. But the basic structure is still there. Well, you see for me. The basic structure has changed a lot because we've gone from the two camera studio audience. You know that kind of sitcom to the more realistic, you know, handy Cam following the actors, modern family, the office style of comedy, So just the visuals of the shows have had changed dramatically, in my estimation, so there's a lot going on. But yeah, and CS which I I got to tell you again. I've seen every episode. I love it. I think everybody has their cop show that they like, you know, like, I don't like other like, Don't talk to me about CS I What is that crap? That's him. Crap that C s I? Nobody watches that show. Let anybody in the solve all their crimes, too. Whatever, Dave They also solve the crime. That's so that it looks bad, but it's better. Here's some blood spatter. Who cares about your black Battersea? Yes, I the best cop show as a comedy called Brooklyn 99. The I've seen it yet to watch that and I want to. It seems like it's very funny. It is hilarious. Did you watch Reno 911 when it was on? Yes, I've seen the movie, too. That's ridiculous. That was one of those shows where I was not sure why I was laughing as hard as I was, and I felt a little guilty about it like I was doing something wrong by enjoying that show, as much is like, if you want to split the difference between NCS and Reno 911, Brooklyn 99 would be good for you. Okay, I will check that out. I'll check out Brooke. But in any case, so I'm pretty sure this is more Carmen's last year, we'll see. We'll see what happens there. Let me talk to Jim. Real quick before we actually get into a serious topic. Hey, Jim, you're on K away. What's on your mind? Hate it. Hate it. Hate that show. And why? Why did it Mandy? I love you. But your stock just went down. Why do you hate it so much? Why? Yeah. The final straw was when Paula Paretti left I was over. By that point. I was just kind of done with her character. It was Well, it was dying before then, But really when Weatherly and the, uh the gal that played Viva Viva! Yes, we're ready to Pablo and the writing. I mean, the first couple of years. We're okay. But then was it was a hit. Mark Harmon got an ego and thought he could do it. All right, it all it was gonna be great. It is. It would be an insult to even say it was a B rated sort of show. That's an insult all be rated shows that are on there. So what do you want him so I can judge you harshly. Okay, That's one. I've always been an often on. But if I hadn't say law and order I've always liked one or I also watched a lot order. And I love the guy..
"hollywood palace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Event? Almost a perfect A perfect perfect concert from Francis Albert Sinatra. Joe Piscopo on the radio will keep it going. I'm gonna jump back to 1965 on ABC. They had a show called Hollywood Palace. And they asked Mr Sinatra Tau host Hollywood Palace. Who does he call he calls Count Basie from Red Bank, New Jersey baby, his Mr S 65 on ABC television too marvelous for words. You're just too Marla's too marvelous for words like glorious, glamorous battle standby cameras. It's all too wonderful. I will never find afraid that will say enough. Hell enough. I mean, just ain't swelling up. You're much too much, Andre. Just two very, very To ever be in Webster's dictionary. And so I am borrowing a love song from the birds to tell you that you motherless too marvelous for words. To ask Gloria. Glamorous handle standby. I'm around. I'll never find the words that say enough talent of my beans, just swelling up. You're much much much too much. And just two very, very into l A.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on WDRC
"That was a good one. Great video. Remember being like I'm collage of different cool stuff happening. All right, Carl, let's go back to this song from 1982. Leader. That is exactly right. It's a great every scene. Let me tell you it was a great video, Great video 1984 Grammy Award for Record of the year and best male rock vocal performance. Wow. Music Awards, inducted in the Music Video Producers Hall of Fame. It's incredible video list of the role like Incredibly like a garage and stuff and Doing fight moves and stuff with, like all these gangs. I mean, it was amazing video kind of reminded me about West Side story A little, right? Absolutely. Right. Well, girl doesn't like to talk about this right here is a picture, right? Hey, we got them all so far. All right, David, this is for you. From chain Weighs 1983 that you just you know, now you know what? I know. That sounds like Michael Jackson. Nothing. Sure he's a better singer than me. No, I'm not. I'm not sure. Here it is. The 00 t Y t Anyway. Like the young king? Yeah, wait. See, all right way. Didn't get their target number 10. He y t. All right, Carl. Here you go. Okay, Going way back with this one. Is what? The checks and five want tomorrow. I wanna pick one glance was 1975 0. Thank you one more chance. No, but I want you back. Uh, performing the band's first television appearance is probably and Diana Ross is the Hollywood Palace. Okay, And I'm the Sullivan show. Yeah, I was gonna say Or maybe maybe American bandstand too. They probably did it. They're a swell. All right, So we missed one. Eat. You get one more. David. You ready? You're gonna love it. Let's hear 1970 ft. There it is. All right. There it is. ABC, not the Beatles. Let it be off the top of the Billboard charts in 1970. This way to see this. They performed that American beings and on to three Sullivan but will see show Yeah. Great songs. Wow. I remember that standard was a little bit of rivalry going on between the Jackson five and Donny Osmond. His brother. They have probably Wow. Yeah, I'm a fan of both of them. Actually, David, you're great player, man. Go live, right And you're gonna get a five CD set of the classic radio club, And I really appreciate you calling in. I'm so glad you enjoyed the show. Yeah, You did a great job. You guys are awesome. And if it's a pure pleasure being on the thanks, buddy. We really appreciate happy New Year to you right now call back again and play the game. When we come back, it's hop along Cassidy sticker. Around more Hollywood 3.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Basie from 1965, a show called Hollywood Palace on ABC just happened to find that and I'll tell you what that is as good as it gets and Mr Sinatra's vocal performance during that. That show was spectacular, and that's why I wanted to put it on the airwaves here. Hey, it's Joe Piscopo and Ramsey Mazda's Sundays with Sinatra right here on legendary 77 W. ABC. Proud to be with you and interesting I like on prefer Frank Sinatra's voice. When it was older. I think it was introduced to him when I started doing the impression on Saturday night Live where you could hear the wisdom and the wisdom and the experience And that and that epic history that Sinatra history, you know, in his voice. I like it when when he was doing two shows a night in Vegas, and you could hear it in his voice, you know, but there On live television. You know, for the millions of people the clarity of his voice was second to none. Francis Albert So not just selling accelerating everything about banks, and I'm so excited, Bobby. Right? Girls on the show. I'm Bobby right now is one of the most talented cats in the world. He's out there, working all the time. I called him. I said, Bobby, you want to come on the show? He has some great Frank Sinatra stories. Don't forget. He's a kid when he first met Frank Sinatra and Frank Sinatra always appreciated the talents of Bobby Rydell. And then the Carol alters a longtime friend. She's my buddy, you know. And she told me that the cutest freighter that just I just called her dad being Richard going over the show. I said, Cal, you gotta call it tell the story. She was actually had dinner at Frank Sinatra's house in Beverly Hills. I leave it at that. I'll tease that all right, And now you could or you could call in if you want 808 For a W A B C 808 48 w A B C. It's 9222. 8489222 800 here. Every Toronto volleys is running the board. Bruce is running the phones as Jennifer running the phone so good. We want a nice surprise. Jennifer. What are you cold with your jacket on? Just got the jacket on there. Now we're all like freezing. It's a A okay, well, we appreciate it. I'll tell you what it's a cold. You know, Windy night. It's a little snowing a little rainy, but we want to swing you through Sunday nights in the best of ways with the listening to Frank Sinatra. I have to tell you this too, before I introduce this next song, if I may Let go live from New York, by the way. So you know, back in the day I remember I was in a little town called Alpine, New Jersey, which is as Northwest is you can go in the great state of New Jersey. I lived there for a while, and I remember Remember Eddie Murphy was living in Long Island and then I convinced Eddie when he ran into some situations in Long Island, he said. That's far in this and that I should come to Alpine man. Eddie Murphy moved to help buy New Jersey. So it's be it's Piscopo did he went out, But it was so while because he had all these, you know these these cars like the Excalibur and a Rolls Royce going down the street. I was driving my Jeep Wagoneer, you know? And it was just so much fun, and it was some now. Now I send my son Joey, my beautiful son, Joey, who was just a baby. Then I send the Alpine school system. I find out who's in the school system. Stevie Wonder's kids. Go. Whoa! Stevie Wonder's in town to this was a little now It's like real. She she? I think Britney Spears is in there. Everybody's up in Alpine, New Jersey, you know. And I, we I moved that one. After Westerners. You got too expensive for me, but sure. I went out the West jersey you know? So so now I got to go to home school home and school night. Listen this and and I go there and I'm a father, you know, and And I'm just being at the the parent teacher. Night and there, Stevie, Stevie went now I knew Stevie Edina. You Stevie? Of course from when he was on Saturday Night Live and he never minded. You know, Stevie and I doing out you are black and I am white. You are blind as a bat that I have sight he'd ever by the great guy and I could remember going to Stevie's house and going over and we would just hang out playing pool and just having fun. Yeah, he did absolutely everything. It was such a nice guy. So cut toe all all those years later, my son Michael, my other son, Michael's 18 years old plays a guitar like Steve by the grace of God like Stevie Ray Vaughan. You know, he plays like Jimi Hendrix. He hears it. He really picked it up. And Phillips ace and the admires album, Eola and all these great guitarists, right, But then he says to me just the other week e a couple weeks ago. Hey, Dad, you know who's the greatest musician in the world? I go? The whole goes Stevie wonder this my 18 year old. I know what Well, How did you pick that? It's like I told them what I just told you about it because you knew Stevie Wonder said. We hung out. We did the sketches and He hit me and Eddie and we used to hang out a little bit, Joe. We went to school with the kids. So I'm telling you for my young 18 year old son who really knows more like a blues rock guitar to understand the genius of Stevie Wonder. It tells you how great a Stevie wonder really is. And what a beautiful person he really is. And you know what? Nobody knew that better. Than Francis Albert Sinatra. As you can hear, Hear from the main event in 1974 and my favorite thing about this song as he pays homage, Frank Sinatra pays homage to Stevie Wonder is the way the old man and when I told him this I told him was that that fires rose..
"hollywood palace" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The night is bitter. The stars have lost their glitter. The winds get cold, suddenly or old. And no because of the gal that got away no more her eager call. The right is on the wall. The dreams you dreamed have all gone astray. The gal that one you she run off and undone. You that great beginning has seen a final inning. I don't know what happened. It's all a crazy game that all times through. You been through new on never knew love. Good riddance. Goodbye strict, but can be fools where she go. Road gets rough. Uh, it's lonely, Tough. With hope you burn up, she may turn up. One man woman. Looking for Go that got away way. Go away. First song you heard was I won't dance. The gala got away with Count Basie was perform live for the 19 sixties ABC variety Siri's Hollywood Palace..
"hollywood palace" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"hollywood palace" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"hollywood palace" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It California Dreamin was one of those songs that cut through everything on the radio it was different from anything else should come before it went to number four on the charts three months later this the Mamas and Papas had their first number one record with Monday Monday three months later again they went back to number five on the charts with I saw her again but by the time that song was released the group was already coming undone Michelle Phillips admitted to her husband John that she'd had an affair with other bandmate Danny Dougherty the previous year that's never really great thing to happen in any type musical group John said he was fine he would get over it and he and Danny sat down and wrote I saw her again it is a song about Michelle's affair yeah the only problem was the show was caught having a second affair with Jean Clark of the birds now husband John Phillips was so furious he got an attorney talk to the record label talk with cast and Danny fired his wife out of the Mamas and Papas and that happened just as a song about Michelle's cheating crossed into the top ten Jill Gibson was hired to replace Machel she even went on tour as the newest member of the Mamas and Papas including concerts in Denver New York Phoenix and on TV the Hollywood palace while the other three actually really liked her they greet Jill didn't have Machel stage presence or grit in her voice and so she would be replaced with you guessed it Michelle Phillips welcome back so basically Michelle Phillips got the summer off but there is.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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I am Dennis bone welcome back to breaking bread with bono from the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro celebrity table thirty in the entertainment capital of the world Las Vegas and my special guest sunny Charles who was telling this wonderful story in this wonderful journey sharing with us and now you've got to the point where decent kind of the band is breaking up they're jealous but you know there's a little you know those controversies and things happen with groups but it still specter you've been working a and M. records be working with the Tijuana brass. so now Phil Spector because this is the legendary producer at the time yeah we called McCullough producer. no we can help you to know that was the truth all of. but you don't feel was probably one of the most sacred. guys I've ever met at that point you know he was just it was just really the classic al you know there's some stories that I could probably tell you another try at. you know he can't say anything because he's in jail right. but he might be giving it for being a killer. but anyway so he he developed what we know in the business as the wall of sound. motel that whole it was a style what we did black pearl when we did that album there's an album which is probably we did a hair anthology suite from that place here right the best recording I. really but it's it's always love to hear it absolutely amazing feels most sound was committed to black pearl. I mean I have a sore throat okay so I concede indicated it was recorded really show up that's pretty high key because the record is high note it was it was my key I can think of okay but the full okay. Monday night off. and on Monday night off the record so what he did what he told the drummer. to the production. everything's Tom. and he had this full symphony orchestra. thirty pieces playing in it for the sorry. we got I wanted to get. two sixteen tracks. turntables to war is recorded so he was recorded on two boards yeah he was just he was so what he did all of these for these things make them all down together. I will assume you know so we came in the next day and it brought in the Russian the like is I think in the Greek the good guys yeah he chose to do. service to your your benefits by. what a creative Avenue to take yeah he had to hear things that nobody else was there was the ray charles' seniors while the which was a white sure re trolls singers sing all the background. except for some song twenty at the blossoms okay saying some of the some. he knew exactly what he was doing yeah yeah yeah he was he was a genius so may soon I've been anywhere you go in your record this project you have no idea. no idea the song took off yeah and I mean I to this day I hear it on the serious radio this one of the classic RB pieces I mean it's a wonderful piece. back in those days they would tell all the artists. the money from record yeah your money to be made up when you make the public there look look at a recording is advertising yes and so. anytime that somebody was making the money. but but anyway so. I would tease about it that's the cell but I never got paid yeah because I did yeah. really that's that's the total from by per. and how many records that itself I have no idea yeah because they were never given the numbers the numbers of absolute will certainly begin the class yeah but but that's when you as far as I was concerned and you know I certainly was aware the checkmates at that stage but it was the voice of sunny Charles that made this stand out this was this remarkable versatile voice that was still recognizable and that's of course the key in the business it is to have a voice that everybody knows when they hear it they know they know who it is yeah so that was one of the. one of the things for you to get a contract yet have a recognizable. you can sound like like and I don't want to sound like some guy does that is trying to talk down to. it is minutes it's difficult identified what I don't know what to. I think our listeners do as well yeah yeah yeah so but. experience with feel that there was some something nobody's ever duplicate. what a. yeah it's it's. I'm glad that I got a chance to do well so you've you've gone from now all of a sudden you got a hit record he doing TV shows we were just talking about afternoon shows you said Steve Allen yeah you got a chance to scat singing the diskette with zero one obviously she recognized how did you say you heard her warming up for something she we we we got a thing with flamingo opposite her she was on the same bill that's what that's like her in defense nominal and all these other recording I for sure because to be a six hundred mile yet allow just my with my wife for the large Lori Perry when yeah there were three and four hundred three yeah yes so that would be really they were show room and you know just lecture room of the smaller yeah but so we got to know her. so then I'm a single at this point they had a broken up yes I'm missing on the ballot in the afternoon and when the theaters in in Hollywood and she's on the bill. so we sit there in the dressing room and stars get start doing some schedule. do this with me. he was a senior when I just got on the pool. let's put it but anyway yeah so what. I got a chance to do that with her which is like what I mean that's amazing one of the legends of. so now you're doing it so you sing and you do scat singing was served obviously you're recognized by the people in the industry Frank Sinatra recognizes yet talents you can give me better than that and doing all these TV shows we talked about it in those days it Steve Allen you had more Griffin in the afternoon Mike Douglas and then at night time we had Johnny Carson and his Dick Cavett ending. yeah yeah you did all of shows and I saw some of these Sammy Davis is Hollywood palace city did he do the Hollywood Hollywood palace with us yeah if anything I mean I'm looking at a couple. get yourself. it'll be a star should never know what you're doing. don't put in at the glass. clear glass yeah. it has not. great guy yeah yeah wonderful relationship with Sami Sami would write to put together the whole. he says I would you come over to have dinner with me always at four o'clock in the afternoon before you get is eight o'clock show right just him. yeah so within system within how come you're talking with. talk you know what you think your eloquence yeah he goes to football what took hold of the. that's it people only you who you are so what if open up and talk to use it I can understand what you're saying so the. well you know what I haven't showed up yet well here's the key here's the clues you it was good advice because all of a sudden. is to know who's funny Charles. was it is and has become a continues to project an image that we'll get a chance to share and enjoy and we'll be right back after these words with sunny Charles has become over the shooters. favorite guest was the son of Charles. more from celebrity table thirty at the legendary. is your listing to bring so. in Las.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I don't I, I don't believe that when I believe that. I don't know what happened. But I think we I mean, I guess what I'm disappointed that, that I didn't think I ever feel this way about president. I you usually respecting every tragic and they add your now knife knife bothered about Nixon, and let me tell you it. But he just saying, I don't know. Visit. That's not a politician that is currently the president. He his in that prime request. He sucked the air out of the room relative to every other person in the Republican party. That was a politician. And I think at the end got people vote for him. Not a politician people. And then be people believe any any, and he comes across. I'm sorry. And this is what effects me that I didn't think I ever call. I hear you unpresidential. And he just kept the big promise. I don't know what's. Thank you, gentlemen. And Morgan I called the one time on called you another name. We were talking about Frank. Sinatra me, Jordan. That's been a running joke. People calling me, Bradley and people calling me Jordan, that means paying attention. That evening and, and may may the world. Get that up. That's all I. There barbara. All right. Take care bobber. Bye bye. And now his time room, who's calling from land of Lincoln, Illinois. And by the way, Tyrone, I'm not going to bring it up right now. Back later on probably after two o'clock, the that those TV guides from April to June of nineteen sixty five what they used to do back in the day break the year into quarters and TV stations would take that chunk of time and put all the TV guides in a hard bound cover. And I've got those TV guide right here, and I've already looked up the Hollywood palace. And I read to you a little bit later on. What day the Hollywood palace was on. Okay. I get my proof right here. Here we go. Well, I'll tell you what more of woman's gonna cause me to make a mistake. Now, Morgan Jordan, I understand. Well, I'll tell you what, though Morgan there's, there's still one thing you need to correct. I still have not got my answer on your website, and I was gonna talk great. I'm doing the Tyrone show here. I was going to speak to that. I spoke to my webmaster to day and they've been a few issues with passwords and being off by digit and whatnot. It hasn't been put out yet it will be trust me, hopefully by sometime this week. It will be inserted into my website. Well, okay, Morgan, I feel I know I can go to bed with my bare. Until you talk to Allen, so on this, because to me, I don't know. And frankly, I don't listen that late at night. So I don't know the trivia side of what your what you guys been doing. Sounds like he ended the radio show at annoy. Boy, have your radio show. Who me? Yeah. You. No, I'm I'm, I'm afraid of girls. I'm afraid of audiences. So no, no. I don't. What a great sound great town. So why did you wear one? That's not why you call. Anyway, you hit it right on the head with, with the last caller. I mean, Trump got in there for two reasons to reasons only he you know, he said it himself from the very beginning. He says, unlike these other two candidates here 'cause I'm not a politician. Got him in because he's not a politician, and the and the main thing is he's not politically correct. And people were getting sick and tired of Washington and businesses usual. And they wanted someone I knew that wasn't politically correct. And I don't like politically, correct. I want to be the most politically incorrect person in the world. That's why I miss the seventies and got in there. The trouble is we have separation of powers in our country based on. Institution. So he's not able to simply say, I wanna do this. I'm going to do this. And because he's not able to do that he has to deal politically, not being a politician. And I don't know that, that that works very well for him. Now, you know, if Jeb Bush would've got him there would have been the same old thing business. Apollo Washington, doesn't change businesses usual. In what Trump? Committee wouldn't have hijacked the, the, the process and forced Hillary Clinton. What happened at Bernie Sanders would add a chance? Bernie Sanders should've run as independent, he should have been able to read the tea leaves and see that sticking with the Democrats was not going to get him into the White House. The Democrats already proven. They were going to line up behind Hillary and right to appeal full speed ahead Patty really, really wanted the job, if he would've run as an independent. I think won the plurality. Yes. Would that have been better than what we have now? Yes. Well. Not entry quickly enough. I can I can answer faster if you. I wanna hear tire on Twitter, by the way, I wanted to say something here about Steve Lavelli. If I may go right ahead. I called Steve Lavelli up one night and he sounded like he was really on edge about something, you know, I don't know what it was founded lucky was about ready to go over the cliff. He was he was very much on edge. But that night he was talking about how he uses Colgate toothpaste, you know, okay? He loves Colgate, toothpaste. So I called him up and I said, I said, well, you know, Steve, they got this, this new Colgate toothpaste out. It's called. It's called Colgate. Mex- fresh. Yeah. And I was, and I was trying to recommend to him and he, you know, and I'm sure he was joking because I could tell he was joking, but he started yelling at me. As, as nobody's gonna tell me what kind of toothpaste, you know, kinda, I'm just I'm just trying to make them recommend. This new Colgate. Max fresh toothpaste is Steve and I said, I said, you're you got a cat named access. Don't you want your breath to smell like maxes, and I'm sure he didn't take that while I was just joking. We're going gonna assist that. But you wanna know something, I'm gonna let you peek at our hold card Allen, his hosted talk shows, obviously, me Steve, the valley, Dan Rae. Every single talk host wants one thing to have. Before anything else. Phone lines to light up. And sometimes we gotta play that card. Sometimes we've got to do something that might be opposite of the way we feel the way we think, to get the phone lines to light up, Jerry Williams. David bread. No, he did it. I've done it. And maybe that night, maybe I don't know Steve the valley at that night. Well anyway, I said to him, I said, you know, 'cause, you know, he was probably putting on a show because I know him by doing that, you know, but but, you know, when he jumped all over me, by us back me telling him use, Colgate, mix fresh, you know, and I and I really didn't mean cat now Morgan, you know, just give me that I know I said, I said, boy, I said, I said, boy, somebody didn't have their sakes. And I you know, I remember Robert young and say coffee, and he would think across the and then the whole subject that night, I couldn't believe the whole subject at night. Change to say a coffee and do they still namesake coffee? I I'm assuming they do I don't really know. But I know Robert young used to sneak in the people's kitchen on TV and bothered about it. You know. No, I hate to do it. I got another couple of calls and have a break to take. So I'm about to wave good night to you. But listen after two o'clock and I'll read a little bit of the TV guide today. Brought in okay? I will Morgan and, and, and you and Allen, don't forget to buy some Colgate, mex- fresh. I'm going to the store tomorrow. Absolutely. Get the organ around. Bye bye. Thank you. I keep every time I hear his never keep thinking of the about Dusan been a call time around. All right. Let's. I think teaching Chong I won't. Yes. Basketball jones. I knew you were going with that Donahue hanging. 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"hollywood palace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A cigarette jeans. From them in pack box. Here is being Crosby. Didn't mention the day. But that was a show with watching, though. Oh great guests that was the pilot. That was rob. You told me episode one. Nineteen sixty four's debuted. Big run. I was thinking, well, they made a cancel twelve o'clock high on Friday night and put on Hollywood palace. Not twelve o'clock. I the. On Friday night. Yes, it did. I could go back to those days, Morgan only with the wisdom that I have now. Oh, yeah. You can make mixed with the money if you played this market, right? Yeah it's the old saying if I knew then what I know now. You could buy IBM stock and just sit there and count your money, Bill. Whatever you do. Don't say if you knew Susie, like I knew, Susie that won't work today. Oh, what a girl on that note. I'm about to take my break time. But thank you for calling. Okay. Thank you Morgan. Always entertaining. Thank you. Good night. Oh. Goes Tyrone and I'm not I'm not sure about that announcer almost sounded like we just filled it. Well, let's see if they list that in any of the TV guys, I dig through. But at least on the pilot anyway, I'll dig through and. Anyone else wants.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Musical. Hello. Dolly won a Tony award in nineteen sixty four over the years. She continued as Dolly in national tours last in nineteen Ninety-six. She was alumni of San Francisco's law by the school has a Peter the bears. Her name is well passed away this morning at her home in Rancho Mirage, Carol Channing was ninety seven years old. Carol channing. Growing up. Carol Channing was the kind of person that my mother would watch my dad. My mother loved her. And she would always be on television shows like oh, gosh, all of them Merv Griffin. Mike Douglas the tonight show. Any of those kind of shows Hollywood palace, flip Wilson, probably all of them. She was an actress and a singer and a dancer and a comedian known for her work in Broadway and film musicals. She had that that voice recognizable voice. Lotta time singing for the comedic effect there. But she she began as a Broadway musical. Actress won a Golden Globe is a is a film actress nominated for the Academy Award for best. Supporting actress. For her performances Muzzy, and thoroughly modern Millie nine hundred sixty seven. But again, this is a kind of this is someone that my mother loved, and so I grew up watching her. And. She came into prominence, of course, with in hell with Hello. Dolly. She wanted to Tony award for the best actress in a musical. She would always be on game shows like like what's my line? What line brought to you by AllState policies now include protection for your home your family? I love the old address. Allstate. Now, let's all play what? How.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And color, and in England, you know, the you in the spelling of commerce. Yes, civilization with an s instead of z. I like those differences. Regionalism satellites are changing every I know. I know. Do you remember when I went to a birthright Israel, birthright and all they do is quote, big bang and how I met your mother, all of them. It's the strangest thing to be with members of the idea the military in Israel and all they do is quote those two shows it was surreal, and that's your. That's your bait. You know, that's the ORs and they all know your vanity cards at the end. That's the other thing that amazes me. Is that something that I think if you pitched that on its own people would say, oh, I don't know. But now it's, it's almost like a, it's like a collector's item that they go. No, I've read every single one. I know back and forth. You're like baseball cards. Worthless hardly hardly worthless. You get to meet stuff. We would TV junkie growing up probably just as much as any other kid growing up in the sixties. And you know it was get smart, you know, Lucy and honeymooners, and and then later in the sixties smothers, brothers and Star Trek. Actually when the smothers brothers Star Trek or I believe they were canceled on the the same year, I swore off television. I wanted nothing to do with a medium that would would lose the two best shows on television. So I really did. I didn't have a TV for most of the seventies this unless I was romantically involved with the woman who owned a TV. I did have one. Good thing to look for in a partner, though. Solid thing on your list of. So do you have cable. Trinitron a roof. It'd be when you struggling. It says, big time to go up on Long Island, how how can we possibly conveyed? Anybody of younger set the honeymooners and the constancy of the honeymooners there only thirty nine episodes and we ran them over and over and over again. And I didn't mind one bit because I would watch them over and over and over again. This characters. Yeah, the character characters were more important than the stories. Relationships are more important than the stories. The characters were icon. IQ and brilliantly played. Yeah, the best. The best buddy comedy in the world with Naughton you know, and Ralph and and it was, I didn't know I was getting an education, but I was getting an education. We all were to one degree Castillo and laurel and hardy? Yeah. Even the stooges. I mean, you're getting a, you're learning about vaudeville. Yeah. And you didn't know it is just that the roots of American comedy? Yeah. Yeah. And and who knows? I mean. It's in there, right? It's in your conscious in mine. Not so much jesse's made it into me, man. I think it's there. I was fortunate because in the ways that you don't realize you're fortunate at the time, but we had a little black and white TV and on Sunday nights was the wonderful world of Disney and solvent of course, you know, I'm their deemed fourteen in younger, twelve, eleven years old. I wanna watch Disney. You know. My dad had Sunday nights off. That was his night off. We watched Sullivan and I got to see every great stand up of that era. Yeah. And and and that was an education, including forgotten figures, like Myron Cohen? Sure, yeah, yeah, shaky grea-. Yeah. Gets still in mirrors. And just endless all the guys that worked the borscht belt and had perfected and mastered the craft of making audience laugh. And what I found fascinating about the Sullivan show which made a different from the west coast show the Hollywood palace instead on the Sullivan show people would die. You watch, you'd watch. Comics come out and die..
"hollywood palace" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"You you've been practicing i'm sober oh you can ryan should william who promises a handwritten reply on his own let's headed paper the address is on website sixty miles dot com do you know you sound like you churchill yes yes it yes bench to set him yeah you sound like churchill the dog oh yes yes you know what i mean overseen from me or would you like to show up me colts wash would call cope this episode is all about some pa he's kinda say stop you and i have actually come dressed the same can we can we told right yeah we have dining featuring yeah we we all dressed the same today so me and william more or less me and william have got blue chino's on yes i mean it's a capri pent i've got on you've just got gino's with the extend up in in star capri pump no i'm sure there's opposed are co capri capone caprice caprice thinking of yash i'm believe caprice anyway chino's i'm showing an ankle i'm showing in cool as well to ankles my ankles a bit nicer than neal's i'll be honest i think the rest of us probably better than me and we've both got white tough on well you've you've gone to a t shirt tissue hugo boss you go bus i'm wearing around florin judge and we've both got like chino's rolled dope we selling shoes you wearing mine are soup is he super growl super gay think see pikra italian trainers though someone said you pronounce it saupiquet i think they would probably having you on saupiquet yes so yeah we just literally just to say we are turning into each no i'm not wearing super gar trainers i'm wearing i'm wearing like a boat shoe very that by a french company cool bobby's i've got bowl shoes but i don't like him bobby's spooned right with i'm sure these from different different count toes because i am dying okay so we introduced somebody you know or something related to summa due to the great british passover no i'm not tasting koumas toast chose to weather forecaster no that was paula no i'm toasting thomas shafiqa he's guy thomas i really like him yes he's very nice thomas chef aneka tell chef annika we'll get them to re tweet this way lucky you you named namedrop so much wind actually i just don't weather forecast and then trump trump speaking the name droppin greg griffeth third greg ross owed rutherford rover shit greg if you're going to name drop jordan try and get the name instagram instagram do yeah he talked me in video on instagram of these kids listening to my radio show aw actually speaking the name john pin we heard about from rick had wisdom twitter yet i have an update yep no news so a few weeks ago i think in records in leon the focus iva hamill possibly someone cool joel dome it joel dumber remember it was i can't remember just couldn't work out if it was rick edwards joel dumb it i'm williams said oh he follows me on twitter so i made william and rick still follows me send him the news sending food and not give them a nudge lima bean crude again not even start right yeah so my god impa is bob accused that's what this episode i think god and parties bit more market than barbecue my first question when did wheel stout saying god in pa is barbecue a garden part is what the queen put some four times a year is four times a year john yeah and you know what locations yes she does three at buckingham palace and she does want balmoral in scotland oh so close was the palace the hollywood palace of hollywood house a ready ready this weekend to do i read it already in i'm very well culture the read the observer every sunday yeah yeah so yeah it's fine for the coin site got him pie 'cause she's the queen but if you live in a terraced house in burnley don't say economy garden party on saturday it's a barbecue conscious say before we were talking about food and munches yep brought some little delic delicacies will you describe what you see i went pop down to my local piccadilly grocer that's from fortnum mason welcome poet i've had apu in them before everything why you ruin everything i cook show when i moved down so london went into big old building that's an to buy tea bags because for you you know not been drugged up showboat the cheap has teabags the giving them on.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Atmosphere that made that possible in david studio i wasn't the only one there were several other steve smith and mark hanno steve nelson israel soon and and kevin stapleton mal kinds of people came out of that little studio where divinity wet boy and you know all kinds of other artists were were allowed to thrive and in a situation that was pretty unique because the photographer david zander kept saying you know i'm sick of this i want to get out it's going to be you guys some day and you know he's very good lane that and he's still kind of reclusive is difficult to get today reply can we're getting on day one day you will but the things that the possibilities that opened up that that seemed like they were going to happen in that studio just just changed everybody's lives i should add at the studio is opposite capital talent the capitol tower records couple reconcile on vine right next to the hollywood palace has yes right yeah that's right and that's just hollywood canteen walk in there and find mickey rooney oh carry ground yeah yeah so it was the whole would thing was going on remarkably sort of breathtaking me anyway so the point is the other jones that you did i mean pop looking david did tump it in a heartbreakers whatever else i'd like to talk about is how we went on win david as you say was getting a little bit of leery of working working working and we went onto linda ronstadt it wasn't i don't think he was leery of working he just was the most restless person i've ever known whatever he did he put one hundred percent oh yeah and after the photography thing he opened up a lab color pro which turned into the one of the biggest laps in the country and you know he always had he always had some idea and he was most comfortable when he was knocking heads with people and you know he was he was a sweet man he didn't his combative but it's funny she say tests with with giving as oh stage during an eagles concert is totally forgot about shouting match during a concert i saw similar kind of confrontation david wasn't afraid to confronts him no he was stay you straight in the eyes to is very serving stare at you like a pit bull another angry conversation on the stage of winterland san francisco with bill graham he just you know he just would just might his way in and it was just inspirational so tell me how you got into yoga how you got your fist camera and how you got inspired to takeoff with this amazing career well two things were happening at once my father was musician and i grew up from day one hearing his music kind of swing era trumpet player of so music was in my blood from the very beginning long before photography and then i hit about thirteen and my uncle this is all in suburban white bread san francisco california native just we're out in the suburbs and i wasn't a real sports jock but music men everything to me which led me to you essentially and photography when i was thirteen my uncle gave me a camera i looked through it and said now here's something i think i could do i would enjoy doing so i started taking pictures and we'll show interrupt look camera he gave me an old mimea oh yeah oh yeah yeah and that just you know from then on that's just what i wanted to do so i went to college in pasadena and learned the technical stuff and it didn't get put together the light bulbs didn't go on really until i met until i went to work for the photographer i've mentioned who was primarily doing music stuff so the music and the photography came together and the egg definitely hatched because that's that's all i wanted to do and that's what made me feel alive and we're you know i don't i don't think i would have taken the same path if the music in the photography hadn't come together like that so tell me how toga ties in with music for you well you have to picture a young person you know with headphones on listening to a stereo the amount of hours that were spent staring at this twelve inch square this holy piece of real estate that was that that had this image on it that that.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"He was like a top producer and he put the band together and you know we recorded some things for a label called bell records which is now to records and had some success with that and then at some point i i've been on the road for four years and i decided that if i can't be the beatles the rolling stones i had to quit because i had no interest in mediocrity at that point i moved out to california and i was working in architecture and engineering i saw a one that in the newspaper for toy designers and i thought well you know if you're a designer you're trained in architecture and graphics and you know all the arts maybe i could do that so i got a job work at this toy company and the toys it was called what was the name it's call paper toys and what it was is famous architectural buildings around the world and famous automobile designs and they were made of paper that was on stiff cardboard and you would cut them out in in assemble them it was it was quite beautiful and as it turned out the financing for paper totally fell through i'm talking like nineteen seventy seventy four seventy five and the guy that had created the company had been a television art director on shows like sunny and share and the newlywed game and hollywood palace and you know lots of interesting shows when variety shows were maybe sixteen shows a week on three networks so.
"hollywood palace" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"The first covered anything i edit it was like perfect the first thing i ever directed the first pass assembly never never if anyone says sam is just great we'll be back with more of sam pollard discussing his new film on sammy davis jr after the break you're in new york city lease come to our weekly screening series strangerthanfiction every tuesday who show documentary the ifc center followed by a conversation with the filmmaker or other special guest highlights of the winter season include previews of two major documentary series coming to net flex one is flint town going inside the police department of the michigan city convulsed by a water crisis the other is wild wild country about a religious cult accused of crimes we'll be previewing two episodes of the series followed by qna with the filmmakers that you won't want to miss for more information go to pure nonfiction dot net sam pollard's new film sammy davis jr i gotta be me was developed by the american masters team at w n e t the executive producer michael kanter and writer lawrence maslin created a treatment that one funding from the any h than they reached out to pollard and asked if he would direct where we go hesitation because i grew up with seventy those junior wants him in one of his show in hollywood palace on the dinah shore show same with the route back this was a guy that i really dug you know and i just come off a living for alaves give me the four hour documentary on sinatra okay we have a whole you are examining your deep into the mail you and i was very deep into something that you're film explores is that your perspective on sammy davis jr probably depends on how old you are and.