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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"I just want to ask him. What is it you planning on delivering to the audience with this new record that if you were well, it's it's completely 'electronic rice, and it's called transform. So the theme of is if you want to change the world go to start with yourself signed that to me as well. Of course, I'm also interested in a as well in terms of the way, we program AI is going to be dependent on all personal development as a species. So if we're going to be egotistical and dominating, and whatever then that's the program that will go into our AI. It's Tom playing those things as well. You know, this one song was there's a sort of. Robot character who would love to feel pain and suffering on joy. But he can't do it talks playing those days of it. I'm -solutely. Well, how thanks over this being an I issue. hope. So right. Thank you so much for coming in great doing this with you. Explain much for having me Jason. That was how Jones took into his home in some assess what you just had was an exclusive clip of the song take was higher from his forthcoming album transform yet. He's also going to be touring to support the album so heads was websites or social media to get those dates the rest of the song play the scientists tastic to. They really did. Yeah. And the this lovely bluetooth speaker night, which he played them on. And it was just sounding great actually read. He wanted to know what we thought to the work as well. Thankfully, we like to look for Rosie was brilliant. Barry very awkward. Sort of a studio was five. Yeah. As we mentioned earlier show, the studio after the interview and who's gorgeous, you know, those vents sense. And there's Pia no literally where condoning the walls, including the original outweigh Ferrer human's lib. Yeah. Amazing which was just great to say, and lovely view of the Somerset levels outside the window. And also a railway line Ronin about sort of fifty feet from his house, which was play havoc with his vocal takes. He must know the schedule like the back of his own. But just getting to sit down with them and have lunch. Just a real treat wasn't usually the interviews quite self contained. So get into sort of spread out a little bit and talk who's Brill. Absolutely. So many many, thanks. How it on John the Potala? We really hope you enjoyed that conversation. Make sure you go out and get the reissues of humans lab Andrea to action which are out now on cherry red keep watching the skies for more episodes. We'll see you soon. Bye. Bye.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Wants to mention to get to know you. Well, it's just still such a toll bond there, isn't it? The kids. Thank you for that. It was one that was done in between the two albums. I didn't think anything of the song the record company thought it would be as a single. So we did it and kinda great. I mean, it's called lots of great interest in it as well. It's not just a pop song. It's you know. Calypso flea that you get in a number of your China, actually. Yeah. I mean, I was thinking more of like eletronic reggae with. And that's why we have the steel pan guys come in and play and mix it in with the keyboards and everything is not really traditional guys. Go a little bit flavor. Yeah. Right guy. Yeah. I had to run into trouble in Japan. The new with the translation of the title. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I wanted it to be in gold different languages on the cover as you know, you know, Japanese Chinese French German and sent it to pan and cold from the record company saying, you know, the what the hell is this. We caught release it. And so we're trying to get to the bottom of what is that problem in? It's like get to know you. Well, it's not like, it's a satanist sentiment or anything. And it turns out that the translation done. I'd like to force myself upon you. That's what it came out. So yeah. So completely no the sentence. So is true. That is true story. Although as time goes by you think is it true or audit that somebody made that up of it. It was true. That's true. The new..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"But your mother was incredibly supportive. She she was like replying to fan letters and all that stuff as well. Yeah. My mum run fan club for fifteen years or something and she had a teen people work with at its peak five six ladies working with altering funding not the inspiration for the song came from the lettuce was reading to me of kids struggling with parent relationships in my mother, we'd like peeve to flee answer these young people's as you know, and she was like so universal owned fake. I mean, so when I played the psalm. Really by of me. But I should have said look, it's not about you a somehow Hume that she'd know that. And she was quite upset actually said this is about you. This is not about hourly. This is about as we're getting in from some of the funds, you know, struggling than she come down out. Didn't seem on them upset very often. That was one time. I felt really bad. I really bad. I mean, they gave me freedom to do. You know, really was amazing supporting and they put me piano. No didn't buy one they hire purchase. Because I said if you don't buy me piano of going to die. To them. We went straight to Oxford, and they put his not very great beyond one hundred twenty pounds, and they did high poachers agreement on strike. So I mean, that's the sort of support from them. So they certainly let me live my life. They really did. They read of to keep you alive. Yes. Yes. I mean, a thing to say about black male. I'm going to die. The paint from gorgeous piano ballots of the as known is to blame was when we wants to mention which is huge, especially in the states. I think the Oakland line was inspired by conversation with the radioplus. Yeah. That's right. I was in San Francisco doing lots of radio promotion, we visited thousands of radio stations hundreds and he was taking me to one and eternum and said, hey Howard. What do you think of all the amazing women here in in San Francisco? And I said, well, you know, they're great. They're they're fabulous. But I'm sorted know got my Joan out. I'm not I'm not in the market. And he said, well, you can look at the menu. But you don't have to eat that stuck in my head. I've never heard that before pirate. Louis that's very common phrase in America. But the stone isn't about that. It's using that that thinking so it did trigger the song. But not in the way that he was meaning right. All of the album version. You didn't know the one that new Collins. Yeah. Dano sound on the invasion, piano. Unlike early prints records kind of slightly thin sound. Yeah. CPI put through chorus. That's why used to use on the road, very distinctive. Sam's Gabriel used the CPI Taylor right through lots of facts pedals. It's a very expressive piano. Parts, isn't it? You can do those count of stops. And. Yeah, crescendo. I mean, that's still a fan favorite. And I was listening to the other day because they sending me through vinyl for the books that to check everything, and I get it. I get why people like it. It's role, isn't it raw and very emotional. I thought it'd be great to wanted to work with Phil. And he really liked the song. And it was my biggest in America. So that work. Well, but yes, still the fans I think probably in the long run. I'll probably think the album version is five as well. Debut. But you can't. And. Two. Two..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Particularly middleweights too. We find which is the hallmark of the great pop rights. I love mid late. Love them. Don't really get them. Now in writing so very linear. I really hope there's a trend towards more harmonic stuff. But yeah, I loved lights. I mean so much so that they could twice sometimes different lyrics to kill. But social open. I notice that quite Sula two bridges. Yeah. I mean, I think it's really fun to take the pop song, which is a classic structure, and then mess with it. Because I don't like song. I kinda know what's coming next. Most of the time. I like to have a feel for what's coming next. When a song takes a little bit of a curve, I'm hooked really enjoy that. So I wanna try and how immoral work and p changes and or key relationships and mid late and extra sections that Anouk co once it's fun to do that by really loved. And did you ever saw to study the structure of songs that inspired you? Well. I don't think. So no as time went by. I got more interested in studying like for instance, there's a Don Henley song on his second solo album called New York minute. Oh, yeah. And the soon as I heard it, I just had to Pino workout the cords and learn it because it's such a beautiful piece of work. And so when you come across classic songs classic to me that I will have a look and see what they've done that will go in and hopefully us as an influence, but I mean, the only days I mean, if you think of what is love doesn't have improper chorus. It has a breach. It goes. I bridge. Whoa. Whoa. And then I realized that my writing was quirky. And you know, I'm listening to other people's work a bit more forensically. So incorporate a bit more of that into mo- thinking went on the some interest in a range in choices on the record as well it like pale in the shelf example, if the drums, and then the brass kicks in and it's not anchored by the base at that moment and things like that. Do you have a find yourself once into subtract things to create an effect as well? Yes. Take things out and see it still works always looking to do that. I don't believe in everything in. Just one take things out. And then you automatically go at dynamic going from I bridge bridge, the chorus and the multiple mid lights that you might have. One of the other threads is carried into the second album, which is presence songs like pale Michelle and on things can only get better and look mama as you kind of the full range of voice main. Look, mama. Take. Your Scott's writes up there, isn't it? Yeah. Do you think about that kind of composition Lii in terms of where do you go from there started off not being a singer being Keeble player? I mean, I'd sung as a kid was somebody else was going to be singing my song. So then I suddenly realized that there was nobody around and the melodies the I write are not in a five note range most pop singers, really that's just singing within five or six notes. So I just have to be able to do it got no option the writing. And so that's meant that I had to develop that side. And it's still there. Fortunately, and I have not to drop any the keys or anything. Yes. So I have to keep it going because I gotta hit those. Stunks must be challenged. Nice the nice. Yeah. Decided I needed some vocal training, and a friend of mine is an opera singer. And he gave me some lessons and absolutely revolutionized not thinking about singing and giving exercises to do. So that really helped. I think he wrote. Look mama in manages how. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Finished off some stuff though as well. Think go to couple of mid late sunny chilly. Yeah. The first it's Stevie Wonder repeat amid late to to get the house like. Different lyrics on these one..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"And you kept the same team around you on the second treatments. Yeah. Group is again. That's right. It was absolutely natural to do that. And I learned so much from working with Rupert and Steve Christ course in how to make records, and we had such fun. We just laughed all the time and just it was celebrated every when it helped, you know, new song going up the charts and number three and done. Really? Well, so we were making a record. We knew people would be interested in so contesting momentum with it and it was done quickly. It's amazing that you money's the get thought Ryan Dunn Hume's live with such a big success in. It's like a double platinum record. How did you find the time with all the TV and the tore into actually write? It was terrifying. I spent my whole life trying to get somewhere with my music finally done that a broken through. And now it's all going to. For the click done any songs left. So I just wrote on the roads, I go to acai twelve track things at these funny sexy. You put in and my road crew guys set it up for me in every dressing room on the road. And so I was working on ideas. The whole time and things only get better was written on the road touring America and in the most horrible dressing rooms and basketball stadiums. Terrible acoustics, I think, but then I used to go on the bus plate to the band and get the vibe they thought guys the album so came together on had had it ready at least go into the studio, but it was terrifying. So I thought I was going to blow it I really did. I thought how can I compete with this? No, no. It's just interesting because a lot of rice respo- can. So it's kind of nothing to them. And it's a kind of right while on tour on the tour bus ran hotel rooms, he just can't. Is the last thing you want it to really because you you'll notice about the gig and not in the right frame of mind, really? But I've no choice I had to and I think that's why there's a lot of energy in the writing in the album because you're pumped with adrenaline the whole time. So that goes into the writing, and you mentioned things can only get better, which we listen to on the way down. In fact, we really stood by the brass on that one way or the conscious decision there to in clear a proper brass sections of since here. Well, we've done all the lines and done it with the samples easing emulators. And things I think it was Rupert's idea to get some real brass into remake punchy. And of course, I love the been always a massive fan. Lebron's right in the early days of blood, sweat, and tears was one of my first albums. I've always loved brass range -ment. So so, yeah, we started using real instruments as well. Combined with the electronics. Good mix. Yeah. It's the funky one as well as yeah. Yeah. I mean, I just realized that actually most of the writing comes from baselines with me I programmed it, and it took me weeks to get it. Just right. I've had bass players on stays with me. And we've had people trying to play stuff with Keita's and basis, but you can't get the same. It's a programmed thin field thing that is meticulously crafted. And so that's why I wanna present live, and he I think people have to get over band can take any form. It doesn't have to be drums bass player electronic music, so different you just too funky. Howard's. I love I just love funky music. Just love it. I love it. It's another. Whoa. Course that one is isn't it? It's kind of a classic pop move. I guess put it just works. So well in not song. It's just undeniable is supposed to eat it celebrates ry. And you don't have to do any prep to get it. Just turn up at the gig. Just join in yet. Well, yet, it's a community really thinking of gigs because I was writing on the road in new, you know, of people love to do shows..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"So it was campa you so when you full teen. Yeah. But you didn't plane flew quite a while by then you'd be playing about seven. Yeah. That's what I started playing piano, seven and had Cusco piano lessons, which was hard because you never wanna practice. You wanna be out playing football and cricket in the summer, but I've managed to do enough to get on and learn alone. And then when I got to fourteen became obsessed with it and it just suddenly played stuff. I heard on the radio on the piano on how can do can hear June rock and play. And that was it. I was of an so. At the end of white festival nine hundred seventy and it was mind blowing has he brought out the modular mood on stage, the sound of that coming through massive and in plain ribbon controller, and it was the right? I think I know what I wanna do after that. I wanna do this. I think I read somewhere that used to practice very diligently just still kind of scene four hours a day drive. My whole family mad because there's little house, and then musical is used to be eight nine hours a day. I supposed to be doing classical practice really work new new tunes of my own. So when I came to leave the lovely man, teaching piano. I don't think he was the best teacher in the world. But he was he would teach you by showing you. So he couldn't explain to you. How would sit the girl, and this is how it should be. And so you learnt by listening to him. And so I said to this isn't working for me. I want to do my own music. I don't be playing dead people's music as great it is to be doing my own thing. And and he just went crazy and begged me not to leave. And he said play me, something you work. And so I sat down and played in one my pieces. I was doing and he begged me to stay in go on the composes course. But my mind had been made up on Blad. I did go a job in a factory back home and start thinking about how was going to do my music. So that was Manchester was studying. Yeah, see some great gigs up there while I was there and played in bands played on the radio to all kinds of experimental things on the radio in the middle of the night of radio Piccadilly under pseudonym because you weren't allowed to do gigs. When you're at college. I was John Howard. We doing Okon things like recruiting stuff on tape than looping it. And then I was playing on top of it. And to get my mate soon to do stuff, and they get complaints. Is this experiments? But he's in the middle of the night between two and six in the one rave yards these listening, but they had to do it because of needle time. So have to live musicians involved in some way. I don't do that anymore. But it was great because we got to have all this fun. I did a piano version of bohemian rhapsody one night two weeks to learn it wasn't a Freddie making panel. You played it live eight two year. Yeah. I was just gonna mention actually because well, you plane just sort of reveals a lot of the kind of deafness view you taught you training which things probably revelation to. Oh, yeah. No. I think there was a lot of people very nervous about me coming out. Yano? I was a synthesis in Sint guys would. One finger. You can do you can just like, but because I've been playing so seven is like breathing and walking for me. But look back on it. Now, it was actually quite a brave thing to do to go out and play solo not play one of the hits are say it was. But it was the song to me that was most appropriate for that event. You know, hope you find it in everything. So that was really why wanted to do it. And I'm really glad I did. I'm really chose that one did freak people out. Brass tickle. Billion people or whatever it was cheese. I was I was absolutely. I was very nervous. Indeed, really, you know, heart rate was dicusss..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"So the core set of synthesizers that you had the mid, you know, sixty and the ACO. ACOA doing the drums. Yeah. And what were the ones who was the mobile and the mug prostes one played bass. And then the right hand was seduced lead lines. And then Gina sixty those pro one sequential say interested. I it's. Yeah. Which I think I had modified to have twelve nights sequence capability with it. Right. The Yancey that was it. Yes. He would run Glenn all that on stage, keeping align Choon and. Yeah. Yeah. It wasn't. It wasn't the tuning was good. Actually, the tuning was fine by then. Right. That era of Moog is not celebrated by the aficionados because it was when they think they sold the company and it got bit commercialized. But those prodigies were they sink wheel thing on the way. He could get a really raunchy sound. And there's no program memories. You have to Mark everything with China graph. Run sounds and all at to happen before it song. So I had to develop something can just stop for like two. Hits while you're going. So first of all, I I had cassette types I've worked on at home almost like film music into lose. And then also realize that to talk to your, and that's where the communication thing came in exert love chatting with you audience and getting them involved because I had to those mean, jed, you know, those days and also with the pro one you had to program in the last note, I. So like in this pressure situation, you have to remember a last note of the sequence was and then go first to that so often if you here early recordings wrong, and it's all going, wow. Having those technologies available was the boons you songwriting though as well as your performance. So the my Jun while I think it was great because it was so exciting to be feeling that you using these instruments in the way, maybe Nobody'd ever thought of before. And so you felt like pioneer, you know, doing something new, and that's what was stuck with me. Really? I thought well, I could just have regular band, you know, but that's all being done. So well before by so many people I mean, I wanna be like using the technology of the day. I want to use the tools of our time and not stuck with that, you know, through the career really thank God. For software synthesizer. You mentioned what is low that. That's probably the first song really hooked in. I would say this. I think he's quite striking. Because it's kind of moody, isn't it when we spoke to cash on the show, we talked about who go into a mind swooning year seems to have that sort of ability to second of positive big core respond the versus are we saw slightly mood you, and that's a song think you going direction here..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"And that's the first thing that really I kinda got inculcated into you know, new song is an anthem rarely for that. And of philosophy of positivity and say. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's always been my motivation. I never say that everyone has to be like that. But for me it was away communicating with people and having a philosophy of life is the most important thing to me. And I know it doesn't really go with pop. But that's me. That's what I'm interested in a believe every person is amazing and incredible potential and life is art enough as it is the you don't songs bringing down psalms encourage you to take on the challenges, and, you know, go for it and contribute to society. I definitely think that is so matures people to the songs, you know, challenging preconceived ideas and trove mental chains, and those sorts of things I think that really does make people connect with those songs in a way that maybe they won't with others. Yeah. There's been an interesting thing recently unnoticed people writing to me and saying that like the work and everything they suddenly realize what was on about. They actually the lyrics. Suddenly the penny dropped was talking about. And I find that kind of the long game. Where did the words calm in the process view, typically? Well, they never come never write the lyrics. I and then set them on grew up doing that. When I was at school at a friend who was a poet. And he's the right Rene's and reams of stuff and I used to set it and it was pros. So it wasn't like rhyming. It was not in meter or anything I used to really enjoy trying to make it musical the reason I'm saying is that I realized that actually didn't have to have some lyrics that were regular in in rhythm. You can actually pretty much set anything to music if you work out, the rhythm within the words, and I think if you look my work it's full of that. But I never looks. I it's usually the vibe of the song. And then I've got always as bunch of ideas. I want to talk about and then think which one would suit that vibe, I think new song in particular. I mean, I suppose it's a fairly straightforward song. Harmonic -ly. Yeah. But then as you always do you've connected it with all. These interesting little things that sort of we've between the intro. And then you've got the stuff that follows the chorus. They things that you saw have consciously tried to compose as you right in the song. I mean, the days of new song interesting because the one man band idea, and so I'd like twelve note sequence. So it could run maximum of twelve notes round. And then I could transpose it up the fourth or fifth, and then I had Gino sixty which had up Heggie that was clocking from my eight eight German sheen. So with those limitations that's a lot of the way that those songs developed. That's what the gear could do and flip between one pattern on the eight a pattern be verse chorus then I used to try the song Tao in the pubs and hiwickum and see how the went down. I do always remember playing new songs. The first time. Mm the Osborne arms in lane end. And that audience went completely like mental. I on they'd heard. So I thought this is probably going to be a right? And like a lot of your stuff is built on a really kind of resistible. Groom is well that kind of an important factor for you groove yet. So we've been important to of big influences one was Keith Emerson and the whole classical rock thing because I was trained and really relate it to him relate. Emerson is rock and roll. But he was like could do all that stuff. We now. And then on the other side of it was like Stevie Wonder and steely, Dan, and I love both of those. I think drew influences from both of those things in new song..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"His live shows in. So he's ten top forty singles including six top tens in the UK between nine hundred eighty three one thousand nine hundred six he parts company with Warner in the early ninety s phone Gua Chee concentrated on production and writing for the artists. He also started his own label detox and was one of the first artists to explain the internet for direct connection to fans in the early noughties. He played keys for Ringo Starr's all star band and wrote and produced for the likes of sugar babes his own revolution of the heart album was released in two thousand and five followed four years later by ordinary heroes, which is a lovely record less synth based and more organic and singer songwriter Lee than a lot of his earlier work how it's most recent album was the crowd funded engage in twenty fifteen and these currently at work on a brand new album transform Janek next spring. How was kind of two players a couple of mixes after the interview. And there was sounding very good. Indeed, vintage ho-jo you might say how. Play you something from that the end of the show you can eat trucks from across Howard's career by checking out specified playlist for this episode had assumed Jacob dot com slash podcast. Click on the Howard Jones page on you'll find the link beneath the episode player. He progressive all these news and soil data how Jones dot com that's how Jones on Twitter and Facebook dot com slash how Jones as always you can find those that soda jacket. Come at so dejected on Twitter and Instagram and Facebook dot com slash soda Deger. Short subscribe to the show on apple podcasts. So that you receive brand new episode CO populace presentation device as soon as they're released. We also have donate page. It's so dejected dot com slash donate..

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"howard jones" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Back To Work

"So often that it's bananas, it's, it's really bad. I mean, just we're back to where we were years ago were like use these things all day long. I really, really like us these and I'm still blown away with how often it just doesn't hear what I said. Now. That's the only thing about the home pot. Ironically enough is it is great because of their array of Mike and the way it works. It can hear you speaking normal tone of voice or even a very quiet voice way better than the other ones. But I, I wouldn't recommend the home pod till I can your average bear. I think you did a good one here. I think I'm going to get one of these and try it. Well, I, I love it and the sound from it. Again, I'm not able to compare it to what a home pod would sound like in the same location, but I can tell you that it it has a shocking amount of depth to it audio wise and and the base that's from it is great without being too heavy. You know, it just it sounds really, really good and and what I also like about it and I think you've told me about this, but I just want to mention it is, yes, you can use their app and they're apple. Now's you to add different services such as Spotify or Amazon music things. Yeah, things like that. But what's really cool about it is each what they call when installing an app on your device is it's called they, or they referred to that as a controller. So you can install the app on your phone? I can install it on my my wife can install it on hers. And each of these then becomes a controller. Because what the Sonos is doing is in the background you you tell it start playing this music or this playlist or this service, or this radio, and it will continue doing that. It is essentially then a client the same way that your iphone I've had or whatever it is a client to write, say Spotify in this case. So if you if you tell it to play play list, it's on Spotify or radio station on Spotify. You can leave. You can take your phone and turn it off or leave the house or whatever, and it will keep playing because it is independently going. You're not streaming it from your well, you know, heating via airplay, right? It it. It is in and of itself its own client that's out talking and I don't know why I never made that connection before, but that was that was really nice. But as I discovered quickly, it also shows up in airplay as speaker. So if you don't want to install any clients or anything, you can just pick it as a speaker to have those options. This is one reason I love Spotify is there's a, there's a Spotify clan on ethin- everything except for. One device. I mean, there's you can there's a Spotify for my TV. Yeah, so like I can throw to my TV and then be controlling it from the TV co from device. It's great, but it's not on home pod because I thought how they roll audio in on a home pot which is mental to me. But no, you're absolutely right. It is great. And when neat trick that you probably already knows if you go into, well, here's the thing. Are you able to do stuff using the Alexa app? Like for example, with how Alexa stop. I believe it's on the Amazon canister female has an apostolic with it where you can go in and say the Mike ace because I have many guy. I can go in and say what my preferred music services, which in my case of Spotify. So if I say. Alexa play. What is love by Howard Jones. What is love by Howard Jones from Spotify. Stop. It knows to do from Spotify. You no longer have to say play what is love Howard Jones from Spotify. It knows that for you so it won't try to do their Jenky ass limited..

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"howard jones" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"That's exactly what it is and it goes well maybe we get there encore presentation i'm creating new ideas for d i wanna rock curd or something off of i wanted to burn desperado or earlier yeah yeah yeah something burn in hell with some like really like like communist borana or something like hey that works mardi figuring it out see has got it all figured out exactly the d starting to think of theatrical aspect every be flames coming up at his feet to fire fire fire fire to the show that's what my flames bigger than sitting before you know it to give these going to be swinging from a harness i could celebrity apprentice all stars one of them i don't know they wanted me in full costume they said we're gonna have flames behind you and i said well my flames be bigger than gene simmons said absolutely i said okay count me i'd say that's all takes so everybody go check out this show and d when is when is this record you doing with jamie gonna come out it's on palm and i believe it's july but singles becoming out sooner than than at it's heavy as key currently faulk yeah are you the only singer do you jamie sing on you know what though i sing on their howard jones sings on one of the songs alissa white like sings sings i mean that's what i was worried about i'd like heavy but i don't like cookie monster i know you do cook him she came when he suggested her.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Stay out just carrying you mother i was going to bust your boss hold to something even cooler i had to oh man dude as a way to think on your feet but you're climbing you're jumping or remember doing that once just super icy outside i slipped and but then suddenly i felt like break dancing so that's actually what that's what i was actually trying to pull off but yeah i did that was a real thing go on right yeah yeah not a screw up unless you let people know it's a screw yeah i just got up brushed myself yeah build it meant to do that wanted to talk to you the last time you on the show was with richard and we're about ready to go to the striper gig at the stone pony what a great gig that was a man that was so much fun and honestly wish there richard would have been with us it would've it would've made the evening that much better plus pushed him meeting meeting any of those guys just you know what would happen anytime he just richard is just he's just richard and i just yeah i do the show that we saw was to hell with the devil in and said yes yes it was yes and when they started claiming this on holding on which is maybe one of the worst well let's let's be it's it's still a good someone but you know like a you know just a one of their stronger ones you don't go with the gay going into holding.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"It was rough so yeah i remember i remember that night really well i wonder if that howard jones knows about you people ask him how would you some heels which no or yeah the black might funny couples as one time we have show and somebody you know people some fish throw like the old school panties on stage we are like damage as a guy through his fake leg other one that was crazy if you've ever had this at your show wheelchair crowd surfs oh yeah yeah i've seen that that is insane dude okay this remind me of one like i've seen the wheelchair surf and that's it's pretty funny basically picking up a wheelchair and surfing oh yeah well there's this one guy and it was this a it was christian middleman ceo ceo z a o they've been around forever just heavy bam i've always enjoyed i have one of you might they've been around for a long long time but they i believe it was in alabama so there you know i'm i'm like kind of buried in the stage with a bunch of other people watching it there's a bunch of people on the floor watching like the firmness room something like that and so there's this guy in the wheelchair he's watching them and just you know the music's picking up and it's right the part where everybody's going to be singing along this guy he waits for he he rolls the chair hits the break right at the edge launches himself into the crowd it was pure gold man it was gold as rules.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Our jones how much grief did that give you man combine that with howard the duck the movie if the eighties were my own personal hell it was it was my friend howard jones is coming no no no so what when it came on the radio is it i cool or jokes oh yeah you know there was like a episode of the simpsons where like some guys name was homer simpson wore this scarf and so home it was like oh it's cool you know so i it's kind of cool you know that first half an hour after that man it when your teachers are doing it it was a rough rollcall please joyce johnson adam mitchell howard jones this black or with those the goofy plans all right the howard jones oh you are here well looks like things giving we get better from this really i've never heard of that yeah wow swing something new at me all right it's funny you have to have a meeting with howard jones i know i already so great when we were we were on tour was a breed and we were basically i think we were playing like a night before or after howard jones he was just he was doing the same clubs where we're doing it so it was the same night that this guy got thrown out of the club he had a you got thrown out and broke his leg and the only thing is the see was drunk and security through him out he broke his leg when thing is the other leg was fake so so yeah he was he was in bad shape.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Yeah it is yeah and if you don't have some sort of coping mechanisms you're screwed sure and things i you know i would see everybody else having fun but it's just i didn't realize that i'm a little off kilter and i need to do something a little more for me and so yeah just fade out like is i have to move if they so i've got to get out so you know just like when i was in the uk i'm seeing the city i was just everywhere doing here hanging out i'm everywhere then go on stage of last night so tired at the end of night the grassroot to do i'm the guy who gets to know the bus driver he'd here in new ways in just come running out he's like of course it's you because he see me they're putting on this always the guy sits in the front seat by the bus driver there's always that jump seat there i am i've always been that guy and that's even when i was with i would always be up late or when we were in a van i was a guy who would be driving all night with joel listening to power metal occasionally sacred warrior joins dole's down but yeah it's just i didn't know it was because just super manic even as a kid that's why speak the way do is because i couldn't sleep at night so i just read books when i was a kid that's all i did in so summer i'd play sports within i just walked to the library and read and then check out books and read all night and do the same thing every that that was my summers so yeah i just i never pieced together dude you were just super hyper i so yeah it's funny you mention being again go library stuff and so you're born in seventy same as me so when you're about fourteen or fifteen your name is howard jones good but one of the biggest guys on the radio.

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"howard jones" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"We are talking before the podcast you know like oh yeah january centre lane missing ever allies easy dade is like okay so you're still hung over nears and it'll hair the dog that day and then the second you were like okay again together my resolution it's like i don't know and we used accurate up when you back the truck open mic really you're crazy story it's bad it was so bad so let's take it back okay let's start should we started the beginning wherever you're on it we saw what it was like what happened no no this is an open conversation is not an interview you grew up in la grew up in beverly hills european law canyon an impending kanye and i went to school in bel air it's like you know i didn't you know i was privileged my parents split when i was too to lie alcoholism and mental illness my family so i feel like genetically i was like loaded up without it from the beginning um but even for mike how no nine years old i had that weird feeling that everyone talks about which is like not fitting in not been good enough not kind of really getting you know how things worked in feeling like mi missing this manual that everyone has you know um so what kind of a kid were you like what was your crowd were kind of music you listen to well you know i went to catholic school even though maju for a junior high and then i went to an all goes private uniform school i was a good girl mean that's what's weird it was i was super in a puree what was that listening to us listen to like go west and howard jones and it was like you know and i was like strayed a student and i in kiseny one and i didn't smoke cigarettes and nothing i mean i was super in a purity yes i was i was i was the same yeah i was really and i was very judgmental me too early what he who is.

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"howard jones" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"howard jones" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"We should do is we should go christmas carols together that would be great walker on a neighborhood just like cutting the a new wave who's this hello who out county here very handsome sorry i didn't mean to erupt hello sir can you step into the light i can't quite who you are from the shadows headset mike on strained howard jones aka a michael jackson no no janet jackson aka justin bieber depending on what generations you are you skipper dispute so sorry britney spears depending on how old you are linked between janet jackson that just be who are you sir i still can't tell who you are scott we've met many times before cyril i can see you and i can't tell by your voice and you're wearing big sunglasses and a floppy broom tat forgive me it's me ellie peterson the viscose great oh la peter soon have you guys met i have none jason manziel carr's you may know flashing the league in the dictator please don't be i'm going to remove my big floppy has glass please don't be alarmed by my appearance it's almost like you were faking your death with that hat well wouldn't be the first short sure of that as you can see i am completely hairless whoa wow i don't need to show us however that like the alien on a friend put some of that bag of fashion icon for me personally this is of course interned gino over here gino lombardo this matters lived criminal i've seen the song i've seen the lean but i've never seen you the lean from the video as well what did you michael jackson video you know michael jackson janet i mean i know brother jackson is shore's he had a song called smooth criminal did he really heated alien ant farm famously covered it it was it the other way around.

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