19 Burst results for "Jackie Wilson"

"jackie wilson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:44 min | 3 months ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Jackie wilson you see that. That's a perfect example. Jackie wilson gets left out of that. No i wouldn't put little richard. I would put. Jackie wilson. But i wouldn't put and i wouldn't put james brown because he's not a great crooner. He was in fact. The hardest workman showed us. But i would not put him as a great in this vein of the great singer performer. Sweater.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On the album charts and stayed there for six months. On this day in 1979 Super Bowl 13 Steelers over cowboys 35 31 A. M v P. Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw. 1984 Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackie Wilson died four count them four active range for one Jackie Wilson. In 1975, performing in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, suffered a massive heart attack left him in a coma. He remained hospitalized for nine years. Until his death on this day at the age of 49 Birthdays. Today's your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with Confederate General one of the Civil War's most famous military officers, Stonewall Jackson. Died. 18 63 at the age of 39 birthday today for Aristotle Savalas loves you, baby. Well, you do. Telly Savalas Emmy Award winning actor from co Jack, You may remember him as well from the dirty dozen Kelly's Heroes. Birdman of Alcatraz. And born on this day in 1942 in Lubbock, Texas, don't get Mac Davis died September 29th last year..

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Tribute to Jackie Wilson. You will read a line on his hard never lie. And I still can hear him say What's going on there gonna be some sweet coming? Just singing. So you're sure about that? Jack is here Watching doing now it seems like yesterday. When we will wait. You'll love it. Just you. For tonight. I'll bet just being around. Oh, don't you cry? You found another hole? I'm going Fuck coming! Let me No way are right here on the night shift Piscopo, Orlando and cousin Brucie bringing in the New Year Sony, Orlando Radio 77. W. B. C. Even putting back a few a few. Too many For a moment. You think of calling for a ride, but now he lived nearby. What's the worst That.

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You love me that you need me so proud. What can you tell me about the brothers Eiseley? Hometown guys, Lincoln Heights to the Walk and Roll Hall of Fame there, please the uptown Here they're still down to you, 1959 and very close the song the set with lonely teardrops to Jackie Wilson Song. And when they're done, that the audience is still going crazy, so they keep adding more and more to the song, and it's something they picked up in church on Sunday morning, the old gospel thing in the shop in response, it goes on and on and on and on, and they can off the road because every night they were doing this. They come back to New York. They go to the record producers of R C. A. Hugo in Luigi, and I think we got a song shouts Women making. This is the song What he said is single. And you go, Louise, you fiddle case will go in the studio. But bring your plans and he will make it like a party atmosphere. They did that. The organ player on the record is when their church and Cincinnati here in Lincoln Heights, Herman Stevens, and only got the 47. But I'm hung around forever and ever, and became a course of a stable the song and the staple song and rock and roll. And the more on the back story on this thing, and I should touch of this is with the proceeds from this record as your brothers, but their mother house in New Jersey a little song with only two chords that would rather sell millions and millions of copies over these fantastic number nine. John, What a wonder Strawberry Alarm Clock incense of peppermint. This is a 45. Now Here's the key. Value depends on the record label on UNI records. No more than $20, but on the original label all American up to $400. Listen a bit Sounds.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"See will say W G N radio. I'm rally James That's Jackie Wilson. Lonely Teardrops 1958 On Brunswick second release for him. It went to number one for seven weeks on the R and B charts. He was in the studio 62 years ago. Today in 1958 recording that Longley teardrops We're talking to. Melissa Venable, PhD, online education advisor for best colleges dot com. And I contend that Yeah, there are a lot of problems but still the The silver lining of the pandemic is that ultimately online education will become more accepted than it is, though. It's been growing for quite some time. Are there any colleges Melissa that Ah, major colleges? Obviously not not necessarily, you know, especially school small schools who prior to the pandemic were Totally adamantly against online education and didn't offer it at all. I can't think of any that didn't offered on. I'm sure there are some out there. I'm sure there are those that were still in a very initial pilot stages, perhaps, or even planning for it, but not yet involved in it, But I feel like it. It was already rolling across those two the country even before the pans ending, Okay, So we're talking about most state schools and schools with the names you've heard off. Had this to a greater or lesser degree, and you might not know this off the top of your head. But I'm wondering percentage wise. How many of them could you get a degree totally online and still have that sheepskin from the yells or the Harvard's or the University of Arizona is in the world. You know, I don't know that percentage off the top of my head. I'm going to make a note. That would be a good way for me to be aware of. I think there are quite a few and and with Refit working in the past years with Ah Across state lines. If you will it, it made it even better. It made it even better for students who wanted to attend online from wherever in the country to have a greater group of schools that they could choose from and have credit. Go back and forth and have a larger system to choose from. Obviously, there's cost savings in terms of room and board and all that kind of stuff. But in terms of tuition are many schools differentiating in the cost between online credits and in person credit. Yes, I don't think that that is particularly uncommon that you'll see additional either higher. Be, you know, per credit or per semester for online courses, depending on how the tuition scheduling design but also, um And I just lost my no. But what you said, but deadly technology. He's some other type. You know that those additional fees that get out on situation for online courses sometimes as well, That's interesting to me, because if I had to guess fire on some quiz show, I would have thought it would be cheaper online. But if anything, it's more expensive or equal. No, that's that's Pretty interesting statistic, and I wonder how that will play out over time. Right, You have to get candy. I think that it's really important for students interested in preparing online programs are comparing online programs with on campus programs to do that to do the careful math on tuition and thieves. Because it's really often comparing apples and oranges just in the way that they're displayed on screen how they're figured by credit, by course by semester a year. Sometimes it can be difficult. T figure that out, but it's worth taking the time and asking the questions. So you know exactly what I'm going to be paying, and.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Your cause. This is the guy with a tear in his eye. This is Jackie Wilson. Out at your side. Appointment. My friend soon depart. Come on around. Cover. The two inside will love it. We lost him too.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Albums who's next. So we always remember Baba Riley. We always remember won't get fooled again maybe behind the lies and then we forget like Oh my God it's got the song is over and bargain. Like for years you know listening to Salman and the C. D. H. I might even just put my big three. Listen to the lion say dominance it almost not. Right. So it was kind of like only when I started writing about the album. Record tree. That's not as much of a throw as I thought dragging Elson. I've always loved that was always in my brain, but I will be there gypsy you know so so it's of like this album is so great that the greater songs are dwarfing the really good ones you make a WHO's next comparison. Redwood tree is this album's love ain't for keeping. Vacating isn't the some that you? I think of when you think about who's next but when you're playing the album as a continual work and that's what van and the WHO would have won Anyway, Guy Picking. There's no filler on their album. But when you get to that song, realize it is one continual work of I H in chapter if you will they all in together well, superficially you think Jackie Wilson said almost independent state from two separate albums and.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on KOMO

"Multiple wildfires, The state's fire marshal has been placed on administrative leave the chief deputy Mariano Ruez Temple has been a point of this acting fire marshal. The Oregonian says call. A source familiar with the situation claims that state leaders had lost confidence in former fire Marshal Jim Walker's ability to fight the devastating fires when he effectively turned over the day to day management of the fires to her. In Oregon. Families who have had to leave their homes at a moments notice are anxious to get back. But it's still too dangerous in some communities call most Tammy motels to talk to some families that lost everything in others who don't even know yet what's left, she would had sadness in her voice, and I could totally tell it was the kind of call where Nyla Garner knew her hopes had been ruined. Her neighbor told her their dream home in Vita had burned to the ground, She said. I don't know how to tell you, but your house is gone. She and her husband left there Vita home on Monday after a go now alert on their phone, jumped him out of bed clothes She's wearing now or all donated. We just scrambled. It was almost like the keystone cops. We didn't know what to grab. We didn't pack with you. Who knows what to do when you're going through this 150 miles away on the Oregon Coast. I don't know. I don't know what to think. It's scary. Jackie Wilson was also forced to scramble out of our home and Otis as the Echo Mountain fire scorched Lincoln County. She made her way to Eugene and was lucky to get one of the last rooms at this hotel. This hotel..

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Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

Doug Stephan

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Jimi Hendrix’s ‘60s Japanese sunburst guitar sells for over £160,000 at auction

"Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix that guitar that he played in the early sixties, sold at auction with 216 K boys and girls. He was a young Morocco in York City four times the pre auction estimate. They said, 50 to 60 right We talked about this the last time. Hendricks began playing this sunburst electric guitar made in Japan after he was discharged from the Army in 62 that he was even in the army. After leaving Fort Campbell. He moved to Clarksville, Tennessee. For a short time, man. They must have thought he was something else in Clarksville, Tennessee. He played on the chitlin circuit with Wilson Pickett, Slim Harpo, Sam Cooke, I Cantina and Jackie Wilson. I didn't know you played Jackie Wilson for he moved into Harlem. In 1964 where he stayed until 1966 playing venues such a cafe Wah and the Cheetah Club. Hendricks remained in possession of the guitar through his brief tenure with the Eiseley Brose and his own Jimmy James at the blue Flames in the blue plate when he went to England. Guitar was left in New York at the apartment of his friend might quite shy. What is it that it was named? Question provided watching, he pried a notarized letter of Providence for the instrument prior to its own prior to his death. You get tired at a pre auction estimate has said 50 60 reached a high bid of 180 when factoring and fees the total bill was 216,000. Other notable music related items. From this auction, artifacts of Hollywood and music events 14,014 carat Cole. A gold ring on by Elvis went for 20 to 5. A pair of princes, custom made purple boots went 13,000 before they were sold. One of Michael Jackson's sequined black jackets went for 20 Okay, people, low spending a lot of money in auctions people by and that's where they get it

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Value S. under Jackie Wilson ensuring that the lifelong benefits of early and consistent exposure to stem fields richest girls is critical to America's long term technological economic and security interests that's what Sylvia Acevedo CEO of the girl scouts of America said last spring when endorsing senator Rosen's building blocks of stem act we've told you that the bill instructs the National Science Foundation to more equitably allocate funding for research so if there is more focus on early childhood but the act also provides new grants for an S. F. research on the factors that lead to either the discourage meant or the encouragement of girls to engage in stem activities including computer science when the house passed her bill last July senator Rosen told the press quote I'm thrilled to see my colleagues in the house take a much needed step to close the gender gap in science and tech which will ensure our country continues to lead in salmon senator so if the research were to reveal teacher or other education authority bias your hope is that they're being made aware of this we don't need them to take steps to encourage girls to do this well I think that if they're made aware of it then they can make remedy but I really think the exciting thing about the research is to develop those out classroom program so we can just pass off tool kits to teachers especially in the lower grades you have one teacher that teaches all subjects to a class and so giving them those ready made fun kinds of activities that inspire and enlighten kids will make it better for both of them you know I have to just cut in here and and it was a little by the way with some trivia for my wonderful state wide audience my guess is a former computer programmer and she's the only computer programmer in the Senate right now I'm anyway so this I thought we should throw that term in the bill also includes your bill from last Congress which is the code like a girl act how did these two bills complement each other well we kind of started with them separately we put them together because like I said I started my career as a mainframe computer programmer right in Las Vegas and so I was a girl who coded and now I've made it to the United States Senate so I just thought that would be a great fun title code like a girl it can take you anywhere what's the situation with students in rural Nevada and as far as maybe students in stem courses in general well I think we've just introduced an amendment going into this many facts about distance learning and distance education is going to help our rural communities so I sit on the commerce science and transportation committee we're we're talking about world broadband and five G. the reason we want rural broadband as it's our first responders hospitals those folks have good and bad good speed and good access but really for our children in school they can take advantage of distance learning education extra curricular activities and programs so it's really important and to see those amendments coming through this weekend in the same situation it is not more or less younger kids out there seeking out stem courses as there is much research on the needs in rural communities I think the needs are great all across the country because what's happening is we're going to the high schools were doing very good there I was starting to go down to the junior high so the next step is to really start out a little bit younger and give those kids the skills they need so when they get to junior high and high school they're prepared to take on the next challenge what a what's the outlook for your for your your cell bill my at building block system passed the Senate that just a while ago it is in the house we're hearing that it should pass the house hopefully by thanksgiving right and then the president should sign it into law I I will be a very excited to frame that hanging on my office wall okay just ahead more education efforts what else is the number rose and working on to improve Nevada's.

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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

Mark Simone

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

"In the new new Mrs Maisel dropped to this morning season of Mrs Maisel is out it's so terrific we saw the first episode the other night at a party at a screening and then they had a great party at the plaza hotel and the show is so beautifully done and I really hope that golden globe nominations are gonna come out next on Monday I hope that it gets a lot of them and I hope it beats that flea bag this is a real so you know it's a real show and mid zero Mrs medical yeah as now going on a tour with this singer shy bald when you're gonna love this when you see it because he is they've invented a character is sort of like a combination of Nat King Cole Jackie Wilson Sam Cooke and he's really terrific and the actor who plays him is wonderful and may have another another performer who sings the songs because the actor doesn't think so they have another guy singing the songs of the two guys were at the premiere together they're very funny to like you know they're not like attached at the hip but what I was gonna tell you was Mrs Maisel performs at the U. S. R. show in nineteen sixty and may sing the Phil Spector version of White Christmas wow that was fast single Darlene love tool kit user but meantime Mrs Maisel same era huge hit here to it and she didn't do White Christmas Darlene love by or maybe she did at some point but Mrs Maisel is done in the past anyway they reproduce the Phil Spector wall of sound and wait to hear that's great it's a highlight of the

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And talk and royalty Bobbie Brooks Wilson the son of Jackie Wilson people say he sounds like he really does I mean you can't tell the difference and that will please talk before that is a supreme compliment you know Bobby personal thank you for coming in thanks for having me I got a thing for you is in a way it's tough because people waiting to see when when I want to see how close again yeah that's true that happens all the time and and in my humble opinion I don't think I sound like my dad however. everybody hears them when I sing yeah that's pretty cool and for that was going to ask that because you you sound like him in the sense that it's a shame quality unusual when you hear it on manta sweet voice it's not like you're doing some sort of a tribute act you that not all right it's complete and quite frankly your discography speaks for itself you had a number of hits and so on on my latest album on I can't it's about time on that song we got five hits off that song I mean off the CD released in two thousand thirteen and for the next four years I was on the ballot for the Grammys. now while stop it how do you pick out the singles in the old days somebody would just say this is about to get all the credit to my producer in the masters name's Tony manager well known independent label called plan to music and on the producer basically picked out all the singles and and put the. album together the only one that I really insisted on to two songs that insisted on was the was the Otis Redding cover I've been loving you too long that I I did and and it's about time which is the title track which I wrote those two songs are I wanted on there. because I did a lot of my father's yeah first round it six of six or seven is strong and then I said man I don't put original and I got to do something I want to do yeah and I'll pay the nice thing about it is I was going through some of the stuff before we're gonna talk you know the obvious ones you dance on over the oldest for anything which by the way real difficult cover to do either a perfectly but you got your own. you don't feel like you get the second second shorted or whatever the word is it it doesn't it isn't a drop like some people do great cover stuff then they'll do some original something. your stuff is really good in it it's good that people will give you the opportunity because I have an open mind because it's hard these days no intention yeah well you know we had a writer named Sharon Davis from the UK very famous review review and of one of the first things she says about Otis Redding song as you can tell by his family because he sounds like Levi Strauss on when the order is ready it's all and he said and of course they're buying only blasters when my dad first because. yeah the four tops so I hear the bus stops in his voice and I was like I laughed because I when I first met Levi he would pick at me send you gotta get up early in the morning. thank you like Michael. and I would tell him I think someone like you yeah. easier for me to sing your songs then the same Jackie Wilson that's what I would tell him you know he would laugh well you know you when you say you're from an early age and was this something that you can I don't want to know well yes and no yes because I used to see the Jackson five and all those really acts when I was a kid but and I wanted to sing and I knew I wanted to string however. I was a grounder with the real world you know I grew up in a foster home and my mother always said you know you're gonna get your education you gotta get a trade. yeah so I look at lebron's was my thing is about that guy was a third class I had a third class this is the license for Jack and twelve years old. going back right. I was interested electronic so I took it I went to the engineering electronic engineering in school and then carried over to the navy because you know I got married because I went on and on. you have married at twenty years old. yeah in a way. no but I want to make sure I can take care of my family so I joined the navy and they put me right back in school and I got a finished work or my engineering and training and I became engineer for the navy then ten years in the navy that's when I started seeing in common in the navy I guess I was singing in my work space in there right tell me shut up. and and I got what they call kidney stones so I got another call discharge. in Hawaii when a station Pearl Harbor. well. in Hawaii all the lions in someone's love singing and I somehow wind up hanging out with these guys and they made me go to karaoke bar which I thought was a Japanese to bar I never been never right and these guys got me the same you know because we sit around drink and eat you know and saying you and you don't get up on stage is staying at the table with my okay yeah they'll walk around and put a Mike on the table the girl whose turn is it. and better person will put the song in the pick up to Mike star singing from the table. those are the days and and that's what kind of got me going because I wouldn't saying I will watch the whole line dancing. and then the other you got to do some broader. you guys optimal brother does all of this thing in Hawaiian songs right I did my girl and when I did my girl the room span and everybody looked at me like who is this guy and and that that was the beginning for. more with singing sensation body Brooks Wilson in just a few moments time now for your vegasinsider got rolled in.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Armstrong. we're going back to Jackie Wilson Jackie Wilson and Curtis Mayfield were the only two people we really cold the long goodbye everyone else there was a quite hear you kind of had a had a heart attack or died within twenty four hours but this story of his collapse you're doing one of those Dick Clark little rock and roll review shows was too great of a story interest her tragic that it could not have been eliminated from the book. and did he have a stroke or did he fall what happened he he was he was on stage was was a tremor twenty ninth nineteen seventy five the Latin casino in in the outside Philadelphia that's the cherry hill New Jersey and he was on stage with it wasn't it was a package of all these acts and he came out and he was a very energetic performer he was a combination. of Michael Michael Jackson and James Brown. he was he was tremendous we came out he didn't hit lonely teardrops. and literally a that's a song that says my heart is crying crying. he was singing it and he said my heart my heart. and fell backwards of of a heart attack hit his head on the stage which triggered a stroke. the clock ran out and he's you know Dick Clark who ran everybody ran out to the to try to save them are you one of being he was in and out of a coma for the next eight years eight years later. in nineteen eighty three. yeah and the great Curtis Mayfield. Curtis Mayfield was performing and outdoor show in in Brooklyn New York. crew there about five thousand people there and it was a very windy day this was in nineteen ninety it was it was very windy day usually call off these concerts evidence could be to any of us out outdoors a let this one go on he got his guitar he was walking on the stage with the top step step out on the stage and a gust of wind blew all the speakers in lighting rigs down on his back and he was paralyzed from the neck down for the rest of his life. Curtis Mayfield survived another nine years unless Jackie Wilson who remained you know basically call of comatose or semi comatose Curtis Mayfield was was was quite alert and and vital for a for a man who was paralyzed he actually recorded an album in nineteen ninety six he had a record the entire album on the vocals one line at a time lying on his back that was the only way to get enough air into his lungs to get the words out my remarkable story out the album got three Grammy nominations and then he died two years later. let's go to the wildcard line Eric is in Indiana Eric welcome to coast to coast AM you're on the line with Jeff Abraham and Burt Kearns right yeah hi there the mind control guy how's everybody doing tonight we're doing well thank you well you controlling my mind to it you tell me how am I doing know everybody's doing fine now the reason I say I use that name is I'm an actual mind control survivor from military mind control back in my time in the service but anyway the reason I called was back in the late seventies I believe it was in the town I grew up in the Ventura California we're down at the county fair grounds and there was a guy on stage I'm not sure if he was a singer or if he was a saxophone player trumpet player whatever and I was too short just see the guy but we're traveling through the the the county fair that come to town and the guy was up on stage and next thing you know however this man was he just collapsed and when they rushed you know check amounts you would have to make you know wanted an ambulance and doctor and all this kind of stuff and next thing you know they announced that the the man whoever he was died right there onstage not at not your guest ever heard that story. I'm guessing they might need a little more to go on D. E. you don't happen to know the name of the band. now it was I don't know if it was a band I think it was just a a regular entertainer at the county fair of Ventura and I like shell just a little kid at the time I had no idea who the man's name was all right let's see. let's get Jeff inverting here and see if it rings a bell. you know now you sent us down another rabbit hole we will find this person. our duty now well the the wonderful court about doing this research we've.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One of his ex wives who was his mentor was performing at a concert in his behalf seven months after he died and while playing the piano she died a tribute to Louis Armstrong. we're going back to Jackie Wilson Jackie Wilson and Curtis Mayfield were the only two people we really called the long goodbye everyone else there was a quite hear you kind of had a had a heart attack or died within twenty four hours but this story of his collapse you're doing one of those Dick Clark little rock and roll review shows was too great of a story interest her tragic that he could not have been eliminated from the book. and did he have a stroke or did he fall what happened he he was he was on stage was was September twenty ninth nineteen seventy five the Latin casino in in outside Philadelphia that's the cherry hill New Jersey and he was on stage with it wasn't it was a package of all these acts and he came out and he was a very energetic performer use a combination. of Michael Michael Jackson and James Brown put together he was he was tremendous we came out he didn't hit lonely teardrops. and literally about the song that says my heart is crying crying. he was singing it and he said my heart my heart. and fell backwards of of a heart attack hit his head on the stage which triggered a stroke. the clock ran out and he's you know Dick Clark who ran everybody ran out to it to try to save them are you one of being he was in and out of a coma for the next eight years Omar he died eight years later. in nineteen eighty three. yeah and the great Curtis Mayfield. Curtis Mayfield was performing and outdoor show in in Brooklyn New York they're about five thousand people there and it was a very windy day this was in nineteen ninety it was it was very windy day usually call off these concerts evidence could be to win even about outdoor play let this one go on he got his guitar he was walking on the stage with the top step step out on the stage and a gust of wind blew all the speakers in lighting rigs down on his back and he was paralyzed from the neck down for the rest of his life. Curtis Mayfield survived for another nine years unless Jackie Wilson who remained you know basically called comatose or semi comatose Curtis Mayfield was was was quite alert and and vital for a for a man who was paralyzed he actually recorded an album in nineteen ninety six he had a record the entire album all the vocals one line at a time while lying on his back that was the only way to get enough air into his lungs to get the words out my remarkable story out the album got three Grammy nominations and then he died two years later. let's go to the wildcard line Eric is in Indiana Eric welcome to coast to coast AM you're on the line with Jeff Abraham and Burt Kearns right yeah hi there the mind control guy how's everybody doing tonight. we're doing well thank you well you controlling my mind to it you tell me how am I doing know everybody's doing fine now the reason I say I use that name is I'm an actual mind control survivor from military mind control back in my time in the service but anyway the reason I called was back in the late seventies I believe it was in the town I grew up in the Ventura California we're down at the county fair grounds and there was a guy on stage I'm not sure if he was a singer or if he was a saxophone player trumpet player whatever and I was too short just see the guy but we're traveling through the the the county fair the come to town and the guy was up on stage and next thing you know however this man was he just collapsed and when they rushed you know check amounts you would have to make you know wanted an ambulance and doctor and all this kind of stuff and next thing you know they announced that the the man whoever he was died right there onstage not at not your guest ever heard that story. I'm guessing they might need a little more to go on the eve don't happen to know the name of the band. now it was I don't know if it was a band I think it was just a a regular entertainer at the county fair then Ventura and I I shall just a little kid at the time I had no idea who the man's name was all right let's see let's get Jeff inverting here and see if it rings a bell. no now you sent us down another rabbit hole we will find this person. it's our duty now well the the wonderful court about doing this research we've had so many friends and fans and the people when we told them about this book is that it did you know this and it was almost like a sump the band type of thing you know did you know this person and and and I have a ten times we we already had the per has an entry in our book but as burset we now we have some reaches its research to do what will re read research that two of the three will start with the seventies in Ventura county fair and I but we'll find it Eric thank you for that speaking of which with the research I mean we we were talking about the the the car will and the photo and you were able to uncover the fact that maybe he had a heart attack was there in another instance were you able to maybe even to provide closure to a family member or friend of the deceased because you found out something that they may not have known. the best part we're we gave closure were a lot of these people were able to tell the stories about their loved ones and we're and also that they were getting getting a for a final tribute you know Adam Sean really wanted to.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A. B. B. E. L. dot com or download the apt to try it for free that's babble dot com the general miss in July and then uses the gift that keeps on giving for sleeping a big beautiful soft games of being president dancing and he's unwrap the latest for Iran what could it be updates at the top of the hour and thirty minutes fast I really wonder what could be taking inside this box find out that I can tell you seven nine Tucson's most stimulating talk coast to coast George Knapp that's the great Jackie Wilson higher and higher so makes me smile every time I hear my colleague that George nori taking his why road show to Florida.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Insperity HR that makes the difference. Frankie weedy news. I'm Mina Kim day after a federal jury in San Francisco unanimously ruled that roundup contributed to a Santa Rosa man's cancer. The same jury is now considering whether the maker of the weed killer Monsanto is liable for damages. Tara Siler has more on the court case of Edward Hardiman regulatory agencies in the US and Canada have concluded that glyphosate is not likely to cause cancer. But when presented with numerous other studies, showing potential health risks Monsanto's William Reeves dismissed the conclusions calling them to small in statistically, insignificant. Hardiman case is just one of thousands by cancer victims against the company, which is owned by German-based bear, you should think of it like a war and the case is currently going on just a battle. But this is an important cases Stanford law professor, Deborah henseler because it could help determine a possible settlement for the others barrier has rep. Beautician being very hard nosed in this kind of litigation and being very careful to identify only the cases where they think they have the biggest exposure last year in the first trial against Monsanto. A jury in San Francisco state court awarded another plaintiff two hundred and eighty nine million dollars reduced to seventy eight million that plaintiff like Hardiman has non-hodgkin's lymphoma in Santo is appealing. I'm Tara Siler news massive flooding late last month in cinema county caused an estimated one hundred fifty five million dollars worth of damages to more than twenty five hundred homes and businesses as well as infrastructure it also caused flooding and extensive damage in a new shopping development. We simply built in a flood plain in sabbatical one that management said would not flood Kiki's Sonia. Hudson reports. Jackie Wilson standing.

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on KTRH

"Traffic. Alexa, play KTAR H and iheartradio. There's no. Two. like this song. They can remember back down. This was a black man. Phil spector was conducting a band at a show in San Francisco. Righteous brothers were also appearing you really liked him. Brought him back to his label fills records. He had only produced for black singers at that point. The righteous brothers were his first white vocal. They were considered to have a black vocal style, which was termed at the time, blue eyed soul. That specter liked a lot. So he commissioned Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil to write a song for the group, which he ended up adding onto taking songwriting credit for. The song took its cue from four tops song. That was rising in the charts at the time called baby I need you love. Man wrote the melody I and came up with the opening line, you never close your eyes anymore. When I kiss your lips influenced by line from the song. I love how you love me. Which was I love how your eyes close whenever you kiss me. We don't get enough finger snapping sauce anymore. A good finger snaps look at Jackie Wilson, finger snap. Oh. the quintessential wall of sound song. Go back to you've lost that loving Fillon. So it goes verse chorus verse chorus, and then they need a bridge to the chorus. They couldn't work out the bridge so spectra experimented on the peon. Oh with a hang on sleepy riff. That they would then use to build on for the bridge. Your fast for Kenya. Payment to the bridge..

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Mr excitement. Jackie Wilson all-time time. Great and an all time great on the handicapping front, rich. Hang his first visit at twenty nineteen. So it's still okay. Even though it is the tenth of the month. I can still get away with saying happy new year rich. Hey, I be happy new year you and all the listeners that I always consider it a special day when I can come on with you always now, I appreciate it and help you sandy had yet. Nice holiday. Very nice, very nice. You know, we we've been here in Vegas. It's ninety eight and you know, the celebration on the strip is obviously world famous with the maybe seven eight nine casinos. They put the fireworks on the rooftops and fifth really incredible show. People all over the world love the but the clothes off the strip, obviously, the pedestrian traffic, but the sandy and I have never gone to the strip and mingled with humanity. We actually maybe said sign of the a lot of times, you don't even stay up to the bar. We want you to replay that we take from the nice watch it in the morning. I hear you. I, you know, I it teed, and I were teen. And I were we need to fix to keep the eyes open. But we had been in New York, we we had gone down to Brooklyn and spent overnights, and so we we've been out a couple of nights in a row late. And by the time, we got to the thirtieth and thirty first we were we were a little bleary eyed at and I agree. I know the feeling it's like, okay. What are you going to do? What are you going to do to stay up here? The for the for the ball drop. Share this one story phone, my might much more youthful days when I was working at the New York Racing Association that might twenty eight twenty, but you know, the thing about the the ball dropping at Times Square and the district area and more Manhattan. That's really a phenomenal seem to and I had to go down there. Once when I went down there with my roommates living four stills queens, and you pick the subway into Manhattan, and I knew was going to be a remarkable. Because I I saw people literally talking getting sick like at five o'clock in the afternoon. And this was that seven hours before before New Year's, and then you go down to the the area, and the securing their thing it was really quite an experience with that. One time was enough for me. I saw more junkie full, and I for the rest of my life. The only my only parallel to that. Is it goes back to college? When on Saint Patrick's Day and on Saint Patrick's Day hickeys tavern in Hamilton, Colgate hickeys would open up at maybe six AM and the place would be packed by six three. And they're. Say Patrick's Day, especially if it came during the week, you would see people wandering around on campus by by nine thirty drunk. I it was hysterical. And literally the party at Dickey's that was a that would be a an eighteen twenty hour just drunk fest. In fact, it famously famously there was a there was a Saint Patrick's Day brawl in the streets in Hamilton that spilled out of hickeys one year. Now that I'm thinking about it. I'm gonna say eighty one maybe that was a that was quite something. I've I've completely forgotten that, but you gotta be. Talk about public drunkenness. That was. Yeah. I bet your March of eighty one I'm guessing that's pretty funny. Through it a little hooliganism there. Oh, yeah. You have. No you. Well, the cops were the hooligans that in that versus the students. I mean, it it. There was always that that's one of those. You know, the the the town in gown issue the students the the students in the community. And and you know, you gotta strike a balance we had a we had a famous snowball fight, the Deeks and the Fiji's across the street and the cops got involved and there were rests..

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"jackie wilson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"jackie wilson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Mr excitement. Jackie Wilson all-time time. Great and an all time great on the handicapping front, rich. Hang his first visit at twenty nineteen. So it's still okay. Even though it is the tenth of the month. I can still get away with saying happy new year rich. Hey, I be happy new year you and all the listeners that I always consider it a special day when I can come on with you always now, I appreciate it and help you sandy had yet. Nice holiday. Very nice, very nice. You know, we we've been here in Vegas. It's ninety eight and you know, the celebration on the strip is obviously world famous with the maybe seven eight nine casinos. They put the fireworks on the rooftops and fifth really incredible show. People all over the world love the but the clothes off the strip, obviously, the pedestrian traffic, but the sandy and I have never gone to the strip and mingled with humanity. We actually maybe said sign of the a lot of times, you don't even stay up to the bar. We want you to replay that we take from the nice watch it in the morning. I hear you. I, you know, I it teed, and I were teen. And I were we need to fix to keep the eyes open. But we had been in New York, we we had gone down to Brooklyn and spent overnights, and so we we've been out a couple of nights in a row late. And by the time, we got to the thirtieth and thirty first we were we were a little bleary eyed at and I agree. I know the feeling it's like, okay. What are you going to do? What are you going to do to stay up here? The for the for the ball drop. Share this one story phone, my might much more youthful days when I was working at the New York Racing Association that might twenty eight twenty, but you know, the thing about the the ball dropping at Times Square and the district area and more Manhattan. That's really a phenomenal seem to and I had to go down there. Once when I went down there with my roommates living four stills queens, and you pick the subway into Manhattan, and I knew was going to be a remarkable. Because I I saw people literally talking getting sick like at five o'clock in the afternoon. And this was that seven hours before before New Year's, and then you go down to the the area, and the securing their thing it was really quite an experience with that. One time was enough for me. I saw more junkie full, and I for the rest of my life. The only my only parallel to that. Is it goes back to college? When on Saint Patrick's Day and on Saint Patrick's Day hickeys tavern in Hamilton, Colgate hickeys would open up at maybe six AM and the place would be packed by six three. And they're. Say Patrick's Day, especially if it came during the week, you would see people wandering around on campus by by nine thirty drunk. I it was hysterical. And literally the party at Dickey's that was a that would be a an eighteen twenty hour just drunk fest. In fact, it famously famously there was a there was a Saint Patrick's Day brawl in the streets in Hamilton that spilled out of hickeys one year. Now that I'm thinking about it. I'm gonna say eighty one maybe that was a that was quite something. I've I've completely forgotten that, but you gotta be. Talk about public drunkenness. That was. Yeah. I bet your March of eighty one I'm guessing that's pretty funny. Through it a little hooliganism there. Oh, yeah. You have. No you. Well, the cops were the hooligans that in that versus the students. I mean, it it. There was always that that's one of those. You know, the the the town in gown issue the students the the students in the community. And and you know, you gotta strike a balance we had a we had a famous snowball fight, the Deeks and the Fiji's across the street and the cops got involved and there were rests..

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