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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You could definitely go. The White House has rejected a call for anabolic travel ban to this would be a ban on travel from west Africa region where the Ebola cases are breaking out the US. Republicans are called. They want this ban in the White House saying no because what the argument against the ban would be that it could just further endanger people because people who are trying to get here would just find another route and then we wouldn't be able to track it funny couple of years ago. It can the people here fast enough in West Africa and now tell him to stay things. Change sniff powerful so Obama's now that we're going to figure out a way W- the deal is as we say. Don't come here. They're gonNA come here anyway but we won't be able to keep track of them yet because they'll get a connecting flight through Dallas Fort Worth through go go go go the land in Mexico come across that way right and then we because we know if someone's flying here from West Africa we should be wary But if that that person on yeah exactly comes in from another location. We're not going to be wary I'm not I'm not worried about my son is he. Won't kiss come home from the really he's like you got germs. GotTa Wash Hands Really my son's just like all this. He's twelve watches his hands like except for when he touches a little nasty deck. I'm like you don't the board all day long. Nobody's GonNa take that. I think about how you grow up. I mean we're in Washington paroling and cleaning scrubbing wearing condos. I'm not talking about. Diseases have gotten progressively worse. I miss the old days when diseases was just it was just AIDS AIDS AIDS AIDS AIDS fucked it all up to eight. Herpes was like the beginning age. This is like fuck you not as a whole it's like it's getting really bad like you know I. I have said this many times no way. We need to be doing all the fist bumping and all the scrubbing on all the pure ailing and all the stuff. That's not gonNA work. It's not gonNa make us any stronger. Yeah but you know people are nasty. Think about it. Yeah I know but think about everything that's around you in the air. And what she you came in here eating eating something that looked healthy. It looked like somebody shit into opinion and squeezed it onto your plate. I don't even know what that was. I don't even know what was supposed to be. It was seaweed it was Kimchi. It was a little bit of brown rice and Black Beans Rodney out of the window the times in one one time but it was four. I'd be disgusted with Rookie K. AH named after him. Rebel leaders Rodney King for Attack Rodney Allen Rip e sorry could not molest that kid. He had way too much edited you touch. That's my Ding. Do you better not touch my Ding Mamo now. Lord knows I tried you know Rodney Allen. Repeat now I'm scared fair to say he would be discussing with your shell. What was in that bowl that you brought in the everybody would ever but it's actually good for you? Yeah no McLean colon eat like I do probiotics and things like that look. I'm forty two years old. I hope I don't look but into and I do. Who probiotics I do my vitamins? Show you how in vitamins I take. You're going to be like what the Hell if you yeah. Zombie virus hit it. Wouldn't affect me Ronnie came with only you could just take them down with your no because I got this every day big fistfuls in front of whereas this is this is good. This is what keeps Rodney King's Middle Name Allen Rodney King. If it's Alan and I'm right. Yeah he was three by the way Ron Allen Ripi was when he when he did that commercials. Yeah Ronnie kingsmill name with Glenn kind of the ashort Glenn Land One half a more. What are you speaking of you? Bowl Mark Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donated twenty five million dollars to fight Ebola donated to the CDC and he said the Ebola epidemic is at a critical turning in point. We believe our grant is the quickest way to empower the CDC in the experts in this field to prevent this outcome. Let's nice and those came after a story in the daily beast last last week the said this Silicon Valley wasn't doing anything you know what's Weird tw- donated twenty five million dollars right generous for him or not. That's that's what I'm trying to think this is my. This is my whole point. We shouldn't put the four him after after it. Five million dollars which is twenty five a billion more than what he has we always do. We want the pound of flesh. We want that someone sacrificed everything is like I know. But that's the role everything's engagement ring like. I've said it a million times. It's never the carrot. It's the guy and how much pain was Zuckerberg got you a four million dollar ring. You'd be looks at Fox walks fry cook and he got you a nine hundred dollar ring was a huge sacrifice. And that's how we're all wired so it's like twenty eighty five million dollars gets he's feel that and it's like okay but it's what have all the people we've known combined donated aided. I was sitting there little less zero sitting there going. If twenty five million dollars I was getting how much of that would go into my pocket. That's how that's how much twenty five million dollars. I'm willing to have Slice worse that way. I don't think it's like you're getting a bowl of payout. It'd be better if it did. Yeah we have no cure your hope. This makes it better for the next four forty eight or so. I'm GonNa say that was a very generous move on his behalf. No matter how many Gillians is he had yes and the story was what's Silicon Valley doing for a ball that's after their self professed goal to change the world. Oh I know I sort of had Kasinga's draws here's the problem with anybody and everybody don't make the proclamations of I'm going to change the world because then when Shit goes down they show up at your doorstep go what the fuck you're in a hot tub with right now. We need some change in and speaking of change go to the bank and get some change big time just fucking go about your business. It is weird that we can just pick a group of folk and go like what are the NFL owners and you just go pressurized feel pressured. I should've actually put up money. It's not my responsibility to fix a Bola I mean how am I going to. I don't know but I I like soccer for Berg for For doing that his and Alan King for doing that and we shouldn't shouldn't do that thing where we hop to well he could have given more or what's that mean to him or that's like you giving five dollars or dollars. I twenty five. Mill is twenty five Mil. I think I think it's a good thing. Yeah I'm the FRY cook in the kitchen with the nine hundred dollars ring. I'm giving my five dollars to the abode. Good let's let's bring it home resins if it can't give me what I'm not going to run. That was the news with Alison Rosen soon right before he said this touch my Ding. Do you better not touch my ding. Ding.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Shed yet there's a couple they should have known something this coming. Yes yes there was something in the Game Day food. There's there's a coup- a couple of things first off you. Talking people out of cocaine you know you can tell them what it's doing to the brain rain and how bad it is for them or what you know the money's going to the drug cartels and then they take the drug and then they fucking. They make prostitutes at eight year old girls. And Gimme another bump. You know what I mean. I mean it's like in and out burgers the run by religious. I don't their salads but they're very religious family family in and out. Burger never stopped. I'm an atheist doesn't doesn't it's all it's all pushed aside when when I get hungry and I want one of those in and out burgers so that's that's number one number two. I think these things end up being I think they end up being more business because more people you get you get your job like homophobes like chicken. Yeah you get Sarah Palin going over there but also just in general you get a nationwide nonstop all day multiday commercial for chick fillet like eight. Whether you're saying it's good or it's bad or whatever side of the argument you're on its CHICK-FIL-A light CHICK-FIL-A CHICK-FIL-A and eventually I've ever even oh I had chick-fil-a once Jimmy did a real powerhouse move by the way you want to know when you've arrived. He BROUGHT CHICK-FIL-A IN FROM ARIZONA FOR COUSIN SAL has cousin south thirtieth birthday which was at my party house in Sherman Oaks and Rowdy Roddy Eddie Piper. I know you're a big Fan Jack. Rowdy Roddy Piper and chick. It's one of those power it's like an almost an Elvis. Move when you're either flying somewhere to eat some barbara movie theater or writing out the way this is rest. This is renting pro wrestler and sending Guyana run to Phoenix as long as the money have roddy. Roddy Piper bring the chick-fil-a he may have. I can't remember it doesn't travel that well. You could probably get it back to your apartment but crossing state dateline ninety minute flight still. Yeah think you may have heard Dr but yeah I know everyone's very my this part of the story that amazed me is the PR man and for Chick-fil-a died died like yes deadly like because no one had ever called for an interview before he was overwhelmed just seems amazing he was like a maytag man. Yeah this phone rang and he starts clutching his heart just fell over that was I. Don't I don't like that part of the story is weird that the actual PR guide died over the weekend or like right when this is just most Dr thing in the world yes Anyway who cares. Does this affect anyone's anyone's feelings about whether they would go. Because now I feel I feel like it's become so politicized now that if you go. Oh you mean man but but I never liked chick. Lay that much for take a big loss. My feeling is you should be able to do whatever you want. And then everyone that society should either boycott you or support you depending depending I mean th the people will vote with their wallets and in this case their bellies four hundred chickens. I won't be voting. You don't eat chicken. I don't really just lamb justice deal. Well I've always fan of colonel standards for his very erotic gay lifestyle. I will continue to support the current man whereas came A. He's a pimp. First pence crazy facial hair crazy caned by the way not not not I. I can't walk without it but came with a sword in it. Maybe it was a the hash bipolar something and then a white suit and we're alive again. I don't want I don't want I don't want to have this turn for the racist but carrying carrying around a bucket of fried chicken. I mean that's not pimps role. I don't know all right. Sorry never looked at Colonel Sanders. This way Oh yeah I'm I'm going to go. Yeah very strong Pan Finger. Licking good thing inevitably kill overtones and the very greasy chicken all the talk of biscuit. Mine there yeah. Basket is code for young girl. You turn out a couple of young biscuits with honey or without yeah biscuits and gravy means. They'll do a certain Westboro baptist. Church was doing. Its usual thing testing a military funeral. The enroll she lives in Washington. And can I say this to all the potential as you know guys out there her thinking about going on a killing rampage. That would be the place to do it. You know what I mean like. Well Fuck and theater alone won't but let us redirect you. Ah Yes let's redirect. You're killing spree toward the guys who by the way are bound. I don't I don't think there's a court in the land. That would convict you because they're just bound you know. The streets are paved with gold. Cold weather going. You know you'd think that but I've been to the Westboro baptist. Church picnic you they love. People were not protesting innocent. People who've been killed I. I was protested by them once but that was just lazy because I literally played latest theatre. That was down the street from their church and obviously anyone who plays their theater. It's always going to be a band or comedian. It's always gonna be that some Pagan who's in there who's who's using swear words or singing about four and accounting if I think it's very easy for them just to walk down the street and to the theatre. It's kind of a protest you ever had formerly. What theater were we? We're we're we're in Casey. Yeah the uptown to play the town theater in Casey. I guarantee they'll come out and do it because any act unless it's up with people any act that plays if it's even if it's it's a Broadway show it's like oh the gays out there. They'll just go down the street and do it. It's a target of opportunity. I think the only brush with protesting was in Salt Lake City when I was speaking speaking to promoting the friends book and speaking and it was like the biggest crowd ever had because I think forced the kids in college that go to this lecture right other like eight hundred people in a room but at a certain point I made some quote from friends you know. It wasn't that edgy. It was from friends. Aaron prime time and someone stood up and said blasphemy corrupt. The Children Rah And I'm not that's like I'm not a comedian so I'm not used to hecklers sure that was what did you do. I wept it worked. Yeah he's he's like. Hey man this is my job. I don't go to. You're a fucking students. Sorry and women on speaking live. If you've never seen the wallflowers on the road right now No we. We just came home yesterday. Actually but we we'll be on the road against him Because I'll say Jacobs I've always thought he's one of the more talented singer songwriters around but in the last couple of years gotten to see him live a few times. You've gotten good in your old age. Thank you I mean really great show to see any time in any format you can see Jacob but especially the wildfires are great ben and they. Have you have a new drummer. Whose unbelievable Jack Irons? Yeah he's amazing. He's played with English Jacob Dylan by the way Jacob K JACOB DYLAN DOT COM and. I'm Guessin yes in find Dates tour dates and things like that for the wall. Internet's at the Wallflowers at the wallflowers. All right And Wild about music. Why I I don't understand in a land of laws why we can't keep these maniacs away from these fallen heroes fiercer? Here's the thing though. Now there's there's some vigilante protest of the protests because eight Westboro nut showed up three hundred people dressed. Zombie showed up to overtake the protest Ah Protests are being protested. I don't know how they organized but even I feel like if I was putting a loved one in the ground the three hundred Zombie. It shouldn't make me feel fantastic about the day. You know what I'm saying. That's a good point I I would go with obviously. Didn't consider yeah. Hey let's pick the dead theme who rower land. Yeah you're inert relative this a very ghoulish team here like it's the tattoo sensitive. Yeah he should be dressing up like Paul Revere. And the raiders or something you know what I mean like minute men or something. They're also offer to one of the surveys. They said we wanted to turn something. Negative around into something. People could laugh at. Poke Fun at something that would scare the shit out. All the kids. It was the easiest way to divert attention from something so hateful eightfold cemetery too. Yeah again yeah. There must have been shooting a video or something nearby. How do these people? Why does bny theme at the funeral costumes? How do we feel about people who are super into Halloween? No I'll I I understand. Yeah I never you want. There's the guy who's been working out all year. And he's going it's the baby with just the diaper on. He's trying to get laid. You know there's the trying to get laid. But then they're the the ones that take a refrigerator box and painted up like Tampon like Tampon box and then then they're going to marry the married couple well and they both have like a Tampon head and walk around the party knocking shit over. The they don't have use of their hands. Tampa doc people. That are smearing the metallic paint all over the face and stuff. Now I I. I'm so bad I want is a Last year one is Zane. Dan Coup chicken employees. I just had the shirt. There's not a costume from what my wife said but fucking what am I doing putting a bunch of Greece. Spain rain on what am I got to prove by the way once you're married. Jesus Christ took her door. Cousin sows part and put my sang-koo chicken. I think I had a hat. The chicken feels about gay marriage. I you know I I could imagine I would imagine. They're not massive fans of gay marriage right. Just anyone who serves fast food like gay marriage I would say I think Jack in the box you got jack back there. Yeah I don't know I'd say Jan Jan seem to be pretty progressive windies lesbian and the guy the guy the Guy Created Square Burger seemed a little bit uptight down Taco Yeah thanks all right. Well that's not Taco bell material gay tailing. Oh it should be. He's cute but he's not Taco bell material. It's funny because people say to me I have a book out called not Taco Bell Material Jacob and people say they all the time like oh well that's cool you get free Taco Bell they give you free Taco Bell now and I'm like well first off. It's almost free now like for everybody. Everybody it's your thirty nine cents away from three tacos like it's Taco. Bell is free. It's just it's the hassle of the TACO bell like I don't mind Taco Bell I don't like getting my ass out of the House and going and getting the Taco Bell and it's actually sad or in a weird way when it's a hassle and it's only a buck eighty nine after you're done loading up and bring it back up to your house so I tell I liked how lazy you are. What you what you want is ruth? Chris Steakhouse or something. Like that's something or something by the sea that you want an unlimited supply of the TACO bell again unless you're unemployed or make less than minimum mm-hmm wage. It is about free. Remember on game shows when you used to win a lifetime supply of shampoo or something. Yeah I feel like that. You don't ever hear people winning lifetime supplies of anything. Like how do you calculate that they did that with chapstick like how much. How do you know how often I apply chapstick? What is lifetime? Obviously it's not our life supply a lot times would be very different. 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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

13:45 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"James Holmes this has been charged with twenty four counts of first degree murder the Colorado shooter for anyone who doesn't know him by name one hundred sixteen counts of attempted murder one count of possession of an explosive device and one count of a sentence enhancer for a crime of violence and the maximum punishment is death and the minimum minimum sentences. His life in prison without parole sentence enhancer. Yes Cologne biographer. You're sending Ron Jeremy might sponsor Brought to you by Hedgehog. That's right sentence enhancer all right. Yeah all right. So he's nuts but then and he's not nuts 'cause he's smart and he planned all this shit out. We always talk about this because I went down. Well we decide you're nuts defined we define a by why are definition shoots another human being indiscriminately You know when the bitch is asking for it. That's a different situation. I'll be straight with you but when when you're just shooting strangers in a movie then we decide you're nuts but on the other hand probably better at calculus than we are and you're able to rig your apartment in order a bunch of stuff online. I can't even order it online. Fuck it up. It'll go to the wrong place. I mean he's nuts in this department but does that make thank you nuts overall and I think that whether if the if he can use insanity as a defense is he doesn't understand what's going on he doesn't know what he did and and people are saying that he's acting insane in prison he's spitting he's saying why am I here. Everyone who kills somebody like according to us us like I mean raped my mother. Now you'RE GONNA you're I'm getting revenge but then just the people that killed people your whole. They're all nuts cuts one. It's a crazy right. I think as a society the only kind of murder that we have sanctioned is self defense well that's not a crazy accident any other murder. Yeah when there's insurance to be collected you know that's just hairless shit burn that's nuts. I mean there's a lot of nuts out there. He evidently was seen a psychiatrist. That package that he sent to the university was addressed to her Okay and then that's why You know why there's a gag order on it just because it's privileged because it's doctor patient. Yeah that's the most amazing part of this story is so horrible. I doesn't engagement. Yeah very much a news viewer but this story just turns me off but I will say the fact that the mailroom apparently didn't deliver this package to the psychiatrist for for the ten days that is going to go down in history as the worst mailroom error of was literally. I was it not his psychiatrist. Though it was it was it was a professor vessel psychiatrists at the school who he wrote an apparently gave all the plans out to and then it so he could have gotten it and thwarted. It does say he sent it home. Sent it before the shooting. So yeah the implication. I don't know exactly said this. Yes before the shooting no nine. It's been before I mean has to be before unless the cops Landau box. You can see it from myself so just watch. I sent before but two days before But two weeks before. That's that's an issue right so the question is says if it sent two days three days before and it's snail mail. That's that's one thing but if it's sent ten days or two weeks or something then when we got out that was not to his psychiatrist all right. We'll but you're probably right what I know. I know what's the psychiatrist. I don't know the timing but I I know that the my understanding is that had they intercepted it had they had the mail room but on top of their shit and it got the right person this potentially could have been so locations acacia that they got it before. This and I'll tell you the school what I heard today. And this is based on no actual journalism which is my tradition is a journalist. But that what I had heard it was the school's investigating how this information about the package was getting out because I mean put together in Penn State. It's like these are situations. Where if the school didn't did something something wrong and could be held on? Everyone's going to everybody eventually right. And it's like we could put colleges out of business like Penn State and the school could be put out of business by the amount amount of litigation the Sherry coming their way am I all I saw was the one guy in the hospital. Forgave him. And there's always that guy that Jesus freak in bed at the doctor said they got the bullets too close to your spine so we're going to leave it again that to me. LAZIEST doctors on the planet when they're gonNA leave a bullet India. Although it's an awesome awesome conversation piece like I kind of want a bullet in me. I'm thinking about putting one up my ass. Just have this discussion. You know like bite a bullet in me that the doctors decided decided to leave because every once in a while. They will decide to leave that bullet. I would bring that up at every single party. I went to guess. He's got a bullet in if you're a single I wonder if you could use that to get dates Yeah the one ball thing about to put a round in new sister. Twenty two caliber got some all right. What's next this guy's depressing me? Okay so Jacob Dylan's dad is tangentially in the news today because it turns out a writer From New Yorker Magazine jona layer signed. Louis Okay keep going resigned because it came out that some Bob Dylan quotes contributed to Bob Dylan. In a book he had written to the Gentle Lehrer had written called imagine were fabricated meet up these quotes and here is a statement. Went from layer the quotes in question. no sorry. Three weeks ago I received an email from journalists Michael Moynihan ask them about Bob Dylan quotes in my book. Imagine the quotes quotes in question either did not exist were unintentional misquotation or represented improper combinations of previously existing quotes. But I told Mr Moynahan that they were from from archival interview footage provided to me by. Dylan's representatives. This is a lie spoken in a moment of panic. Wow it's almost oprah esque then he I know now he went on to say the lies are over now it just reminds me again and again journalism has gone so in the cracker like as opposed to the music industry. Which is Jacob knows has never been stronger journalism like when I was? I'm not that old when I was still tangentially journalists although I mainly write for TV but in the old days you could write whatever you wanted. There was no way for anyone to criticize you. Write a letter and mail a letter to the editor. Saying I don't like this but now oh you know. Journalism Standards Have Gone to hell. The empathy accountability is so amazing. 'cause anything you publish within moments there's a million people who you can immediately notice that scrutinize in our day. I'm putting myself in your day back in their forties right as right when I was on the ferry there were fact checkers and I feel like that's gone. I mean it rolling stone. They still have robust fact checking but everywhere else. There's not actually heard this before. What magazine Was New Yorker Worker The Yorker but the the misquotes or the fabricated quotes were in his book? Imagine was puzzling about that. I don't know who would have contested. Because if Britain Britain plenty of books about him that are totally misguided with miss quotes lies. I don't really know well. This is a journalist. wrote a piece about it in the online magazine tablet. Do you think here's what I have. Two thoughts on this one is. I used to just believe anything I read in the newspaper because I figured in the newspaper. And that's the story like that. That's it that's what I believed and then when eventually when the start being articles about me good and bad you'd read need half of it and it was just wrong. I mean even the stuff that wasn't slamming you which is just factually incorrect. And then sometimes my name would be spelled two different ways and in the same article but then I thought was it always that way like if back in the day somebody write an article about themselves. I'm sure they'd still find a whole bunch of stuff that was screwed up and they get it out of order and they get the wrong sequence of kind of thing that's changed in journalism is like when I started out doc. It's not that many years ago. So what would the first second round come out like a ninety six o even back then like you know I've lost my point entirely You're GONNA be about fact checking Or even even back then No I've lost my point all right. Listen you'll come back to you. Well I have a separate point then and minds about fact checking again. which is that when I used to write when I was working at magazines where they had in fact checking they would sit there and they would look up everything and they would make sure the chronology was right and the stuff you're talking about? Wouldn't if everything was going right the stuff you're talking about where the narrative was messed up or the names are spelled wrong. That would not have happened. My point was that in the old days Like literally there was you would v. I want a piece about Jacob which I did it was you would be rewarded for writing a good piece. But we're living in a world where you're only rewarding and you only get noticed for writing something thing got you like this guy got today right something negative something with something humiliating. Someone there are no like I was sort of known. I don't don't even know. Jacob would be aware of this but like I think with rolling stone. I was one of the sort of Nice writers which Cameron Crowe had been an earlier. I knew a lot of artists got along with a lot of artists and obviously and genuinely respect artists but that kind of journalism is over. What's ironic is? We're talking about the one artists that would like to be misrepresented with Tele Confusion and accuracy is in the further live from the truth. The better so why that guy got caught have no idea all right. It is Where does dad live? Is he back. East sometimes Out here sometimes mostly out here really did not did not know that. Maybe you'll seem in the bill. I like to call Jacob. Do you like to be represented representing correctly in articles. Well you know well. Sometimes when it's true it stings more than it's not. Yeah that's sometimes further up the market is rather to have more of that than actually well no or you know things that you care about talked about are you talking about a review or critique are just personally critiques. I guess facts about yourself. Yeah I've always said I'd rather and I've had many minus four star. Reviews are much better than one and a half just depends to uh-huh David as you say how the You you probably never gave them any one or two star of using your time. Oh actually Record Review Editor of rolling stone. I would do this thing where we actually had the columns and if the column Kim Short I would fill in and I would just destroy somebody. I'm not all always at night so I would do zone. Bankers are really bad and they could be thoughtfully taken apart and dismantled. And that's okay. Yeah I mean density young's third solo album the for instance you know. I remember that one being from sticks. Yes he was he was sticks. That's Mega Megara. Waiting on that journey all still do it. All I remember is I think seeing a like a behind the music thing behind the music of all time time Yes yes and he's enacting out Mr Roberto or something like everyone is saying that's a fucking hostile crowd and in some band like Z.. Z. Top just got off the stage. And they're like look we're going out there and we're playing the hits we're playing the rock and roll hits. And he's like no no. We're doing when this conceptual Mr Roberta Mr Abbado rock opera thing. And it's like not in front of the festival crowd that just got done watching top skits. Were doing a skit get. Here's how weird Getting Your Tin Foil outfit and laid out in front of those trunk and taxes and I like out of a movie. The Guy who played I played a e- One day called me over to his house. And said I want to show you something like it was a porn snuff movie or something and he pulled out a full live recording of Mr Roberto tour which it is a rock and roll snuff film that you have to see it. It is unbelievable. I'm I'm dying here. officiously xenophobic concept album really brilliant anti-japanese. Right up your alley. Wow I'm going to check it out. We are overdue talking about all the craziness swirling around Chick-fil-a as you probably know yeah makes delicious chicken but also great play by play man for the warriors for all those years for the seventy but also it's very religious deep fryers I think his his catchphrase not open on Sunday Sunday. And they're opposed to gay marriage and the company president spoke to the Baptist press couple of weeks ago and Dan talked about how their family company here said. We are very much supportive of the family. The Biblical definition of the Family Unit. We are family. Owned business of family lead business and we are married to our first wives we give God thanks for that So anyway so now. A lot of people are boycotting chick-fil-a and the mayors of Boston Chicago have said they will make it difficult for Chick-fil-a to open up in the town. 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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It all on and I love this song and this was what I was in the mood set a tribute to your wife. Oh He sang at our wedding automate groomsmen. He's a friend old friend who I haven't talked to in years but I've always been one of my favorite songs of all time. Now he sung at your wedding during the time he was supposed to sing right because any other time. It's disappointing Rhodus Rhodus heading gas. Yeah Jacobson no so. I asked him you know. He did He asked missing in my life by John Lennon At the wedding and then he surprised us by doing only women. No Mrs Brown. You've got a lovely daughter my wife's maiden name in in there so it was missing her wet she puts Turk in there. Is that Herman's hermits. Yes that's a great song. It is a very good songs. Good pops on lookers. I share a chair. No I don't like what are you doing. Oh you're sorry about yet is still our chair chair so now this is not the eels this e this was pre eels. He did this and like ninety three And then and he got dropped by his label and his that next year has best GIG was my wedding. We didn't pay but we provided a beef or fish entree sure And then he got he. Reinvented himself as the EELS. An Eugene England. Had A lot of you know we're big enough enough out here that they were getting some spins on Iraq and I and I think came in and did love line stuff back in ninety nine the two thousand dollars. I can't even remember anymore but this is you know we call classic issue before the heels of awesome great sounds great and so this is.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Are relatively easy there. Don't worry got a worrying thing was that they are fans of yours. That's draw the sign of some sort of early onset of issues. Yeah yeah the boys I don't know the boys and now the boys can be trouble if they have the stunt gene but if I if they don't have the stunt gene the fine like my son's oppose he doesn't he doesn't go for the ZIP lines and he doesn't want to get on the trampoline and he doesn't which means because because they have the stunt gene later on. They get their learner's permit and then they get in the car and then they're doing doughnuts at the whole foods down at the end of the bluff there but if they but if they don't have the stunt gene then you don't have to worry about that can do you know what I'm talking about either one of your kids the any your boys have like that stunt gene going. We want to jump off the roof into the pool like that. No they don't have that mine are Jewish. Yeah you're right. It's funny how that works but yes Jacob any of the boys have the stunt. Yeah we we all do all. Yeah Yeah you gotTa Watch out for that. Yeah when they when they get their learner's permit that's a That's why you have to stunt gene Well I lost this dungeon right but you used to have. Yeah think so. It's usually usually the marker for the stunt gene is jumping off of shit into bodies of water right like when like you'll sit around and you'll be in someone's backyard and then and you'll look up and you'll see like the balcony the master bedroom upstairs and then you'll go him an. There's only like eight feet of a patio. You could clear that and if you gotta jump toward the deep end but you can clear like look and then you end up jumping into pools off of apartment buildings off of the Mulholland club off of. That's your favorite place right. Oh Yeah Yeah No. That was when my wife and I are celebrating. Anniversaries by coming to the Adam Corolla show when we went to see you.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"It when you scratch the Lotto lottery take it a little bit. You realize oh no. There is some talent there otherwise we wouldn't know who the guy was. If Justin Bieber wasn't a talented. We wouldn't know the name. I haven't seen the movie specifically specifically I'm not even I'm not a fan of his but you watch the thing you go okay. He's seeing any stance and he's playing the piano. He's playing the drums and he's not. I haven't seen the movie or heard much the music but I I wouldn't I mean I like what I have. No issue with trump. Probably really good at isn't hit my household but oh we haven't what do you. What do you have your four four kids? Yeah but that that somehow we kinda dodge that one. We'll have girls for start roll. Well then that's easy. How old are your kids? therefore Quiz this animal or eleven one number. He's the Antonio Cromartie it's four eleven fourteen eighteen and and all all boys. Oh yeah yeah the. I think we'll all kind of depends but I Having having a boy ironically also could just be my boy. I don't know what your boys are like David but My boys like sort of owning cat versus owning a puppy. which is the girl right? Which is the puppies fun and cute and all kind of stuff? But that's a job you can't just throw out some food and leave. You know what I mean like you. That's work that is work and the boy is no work. The boys just playing with his. He's got his little. He's got his legos berries. Backyard art no prom so leave that water ball out. You GotTa make sure the coyotes don't get them you bring them in at night especially if you're up in the hills but the the boy just takes care of himself if he really doesn't need you he's fine after say every time I'm around a family of girls I'm I come home and I'm thankful because it so and I was never one of those guys. I want sons. 'cause you you know look at me. I didn't want to continue this lineage. Particular class you don't want to get your ass kicked when he turned nine back but my kids.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Growing up. I'd rather but I think I think I think most businesses inherently sock and most people who know the INS and outs of any business will tell their kids that that's a shitty business to be and and will yeah and if you if you think about me being eighteen right you're talking at that point. He'd already making records for over thirty years right. What when when did the Wallflower wallflower wallflowers hit the early nineties? Mid Mid Nineties you were what age twenty five or so so very relatively young and then in huge and then what how how that feel are what did you. How did you rack to? It was it was it overwhelming. Was it cool. Did you have fun with it or does it make you. You want to retreat. I think it's cool. I think anybody would spend I mean it's confusing but I appreciate it every moment of it and yeah that's what I always thought. Groups could be big angry in grade the same time. There was a point somewhere where it seems like you could be one of the other but the Beatles were great were big so I thought it was nothing but a good thing yeah. I think it'd be both I've I've found. Actually it's easy to say that about like it's funny because my kids I've six year old twins. Actually the boy objected which was Kinda Nice but Justin Bieber. They'd gotten the Justin Bieber off of Off of the I tunes or whatever the I whatever and my my wife was watching. Her friend was watching it and erase sitting there and my daughter was going nuts. Even though she's sick my son did the full boycott a accuse up and he was in another room. Doing like a watching Jim Cada or something wasting my time doing like Taichi or something which I was just sort of proud of but then you you know you make fun of Justin Bieber please please this bubble gum bullshit and then you go watch the thing and you go. Oh No. The guy's a talented kit like he's playing the drums when he's five five years old and you realize there's every once I mean there is the spice girls and all that can nudo and that Kinda shit but most often bands negative exam. What I'm saying like your awkward out in because I don't think Jacob unsafe but his new album is heavily influenced by Nudo and the.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Twelfth. Wealth and Reboot the mission is what we just heard a little bit of with. Mick Jones from the clash good to see a David Wild and good to see Jacob Dylan. It's good to see you. You Good Day sir. Good Day so you guys brought some songs Jacqueline. I would never met but we just found out where practically neighbors which kind of fun Jacob let's talk wallflower show wallflowers where they ever broken up or do you have to. You have to be broken up to get back together or can you get brat together not be broken up. That's what we didn't. We just took a long break right Southern just became seven years It's easy to do that. It is easy Z.. Due to do that time just kept piling up all different things and then when we started talking about getting together everybody had a year or two worth of commitments to finish up and then an and I and so now wallflowers back together tour new new on the whole whole thing. Yup and where did you grow up out here California. You and I know Your Dad's Bob Dylan but what. I don't know anything about your story other than Your Dad's Bob Dylan and you're the wallflowers that's really all there is As House Your House Your Dad with your music is generous or is he a pain in the ass like a lot of DADS are when they do the same thing I mean. Give me a lot of compliments or give. It's okay for I try like you know. Well you know honestly I never really you know I'll give feedback here and there and if it pops up I never I never really asked for it. Too Much I got a few clues on how to do what I do. But the feedback was never to necessary. Just because that's kind of nature generations anyway. Yeah I'm kind of doing your thing anyhow. Yeah yeah although I feel it's different. I know you have kids. I have kids to now. I you know I grew up around. You know I talked to people like like my dad. Never hugged me. He shook my hand when I graduated high school. He never said he loved me. Never said like anything like like those guys is and then there's US and like all over my son I mean. I'm hugging him all the time and kiss him and tell him how great everything is like. I there's no oh I don't know how you grow up out of David. I don't know how you grow your dad's mother with fairly hugs and kisses and all that stuff yeah. My Dad never met his own dad and yet he was really great loving Tool Dad. Very very into whatever I was into and let me affectionate yeah very affectionate. Was Your Dad affectionate with you jake. Well just. Yeah sure I mean. I don't know why anybody would think otherwise. I just mean not not not in a bad way but there's just a lot of dads from back the day did not think that they should be that way with their boy. I don't know if you'd all think mean I'm sitting here and David Avenue Longtime comes twenty years. Yeah right pretty you probably have a pretty regular kind of person right. No one of the most regular guys and No in fact I realized recently when we met and I think it was doing a story when the wallflowers were starting out They even as you were sort of coming together. These jams comes at canter's Deli called the kid's room right in bar in canter's Deli and I was sent by rolling stone or I picked rolling stone. I want to cover this. And it was sort of the quote the end of the scene and I think ended the scene by writing about it and Because everyone caught on and but I think the headline was the last Schmaltz which I think was the best headline downhill crew. Journalism Jacob Jacob one of the most normal guys and writes like a tortured artist yet doesn't never stuck or or maybe being a normal guy what I'm good at presenting but the point I was GonNa make was at least if I'm not a disaster than what you as previously would probably have to be true that it was more I wouldn't WanNa say was more of a regular upbringing because certainly wasn't regular by any stretch which I think pretty decent person. I wouldn't have to attribute a lot to that to being to parents. And when when when did you form the wallflowers ars and it was always something you were GonNa do music or were there other things you want to do earlier on that you didn't or maybe did do I. Sort of working on it. In nineteen in eighty eight eighty nine high school. I went to art school for about three three months in New York Because I was really curious and I was really hoping that that would be more of a more interesting to me than playing music but not not to be and Did Dan try to talk out of it or not going to music business. Yeah Yeah Yeah just really do I think I think boxers do the same thing with their kids and had nothing to do with playing music that was always encouraged. The music business is lousy. The weird thing I was thinking really this new single which we should hear. More of cadre reboot the mission with Mick Jones. The first conversation ever had with you. I think your band the band that really inspired you to make music was the clash. Wasn't it it was one of them. Sure.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"In your car's engine all right one more time all right. Let's see we got here. Well we'll stay on theme a little. The the bleacher report says that if the Cleveland browns managed to win a game during the two thousand eighteen regular season browns fans in Cleveland. We'll get a chance to have a beer here on bud light so according to Cleveland Dot coms mark. Bona this out. It's going to shake down. We're looking at pictures but lights vice president marketing. Andy Gahler announced Tuesday that the company is placing victory refrigerators in strategic areas around Cleveland that will automatically open when the browns win a game. Ten victory fridges which are eight feet. Tall hold hold roughly two hundred beers. doff Yeah Brian Harland's Canadian work. But this is an indicator I was talking. Oh come on this with the check on good sports. The browns are named after Paul Brown but they made their uniforms brown. And if you ask anybody Eddie now why are they called the browns they go. They're paying Brown if I'm Paul Brown color but brown right because I wanted to go. So why is the team name. The Brown we had a great owner coach. Back in the fifties. He was a hero. It was fine air is. The name is small heightened of the League league. You want to a way to get your name to go away for sure is to is to name all right. It's pretty rare that you're you know. Oh you got white. You've got you know Jack White got breakdown. You Got Jack Black Guys Jackie Brown so you have to. It's pretty rare that your name be color but if it does does is and you got putting it on the side of a team and you're not putting it should say Paul on the side of the guys but it just orange and Brown and the Panther Brown and now you've you've no the whole thing the brown color Brown hue that away from that. I don't WanNa do with Brown. It's not really a color. It's it's like the E or of colors. Thanks for notice and May Brown gnawed very colorful. On the assume Kohler is dead leaves and skid marks and what happens when you blot anaemia down on the ground and some guy from the bay area patrol comes around the scoop or trying trying to get you off the field you get hauled into the Nonni better doing this job. Well you know what she'd sponsor the Browns is ups because they've already got the slogan. What does Brown done for you lately? You know nothing on his Brown. Don't for your late hot win. Nothing horrible free beer they win victory knocks. Yeah who who they featuring Brown they are not a not a inviolate. There cultivating there. Do we talk about it here that you have to volunteer and if not the NFL will pick one unsure there. Some sort of has to be like a struggling ogling little engine that could team sometimes yes and must now the cowboys twice. Yeah they're usually usually really not the upper tier recently. Not The upper tier teams had a great show. What's Nice Greg Question? Sunday's Dvr all right. I'm sure yeah I got you if you put Brown and adopted any of the other team names just put Brown. Would work like Brownie. Goals Girls Brown Patriots broncos Brown. Bronco anything like any just put Brown something Brown on its own is like I wanNA roll off for cliff and land on a fat kid. I had a seventeen eighty s guy. I think had a patriots a the Patriots won slightly racist. You can look for that if speaking of kids I want out of you ever gone out with a with a hefty girl will like a plus size little bit not really. I had an art experience. She was beautiful plus sized girl. But have you ever heard of this thing the muffin top a muffin. Top on her forehead I wasn't yearly down. I had to lift it up to Listeria in her eyes. Zombie romantic literally a Muffin. Top honor for had yeah stretch marks on the sides of her mouth love to eat unbelievable June really was having either. But that's not all I told you at the beginning of the bitch was plus size and maybe I got I got better through UH. She sat around House Pass. Seafood Diet A- all right. Let's bring it home. You got it. I'm Gina Grad and. That's the news the International Jew. The world's problem. She was the news as with Gina. Grad support for girl classics comes from Manscaping Number One in men's below the belt grooming precision an engineer tools for the family jewels. He what I did there. I mean a little nipsy Russell. S Crime Manscaping. Accidents are finally thing of the past best to not worry about the chipping. Those very precious stones. You have down there and you don't WanNA use.

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And that there was a lot of kindness. You know what I think about life today, and, you know, music today, there's great stuff there. We, we all know I mean, father John, Mr. he's a great writer. There's great bands, you can hear all this. You know, tame Impala is attested, but there's a lot of not kindness today. And there's a lot of we are motivated by the take down of a bad guy. That's how we feel good or not so bad guy. Yeah. Or not. So bad guy, exactly the celebrity. So in making the film returning to time it made me yearn for a period of innocence where people were just not greedy. And not jealous of each other, and it was just the harmony of that idyllic idea that, you know, maybe the Kamal or the community could survive in that way, which didn't. But anyway, that's what I feel about you. I agree. He's a really good word. Choices can really match that I do somewhat agree with the word that comes to mind, the whole time you were speaking, just mayhem, everything we do, just part of mayhem, and having a trajectory of what it was possible was kind of nice at any different era, if I did this, I did that. And I do this, I work hard and get here, then this is where I might be someday. Yeah. Analysis, it's just all just throw shit up on the air in like, let's see who gets lucky this year, and then we'll try that too. And then that doesn't work. Wait. Till something else takes off. Then we'll try to do that too, and it's just every day. And it, it creates a daunting feeling like I really want to go to work. I really want to do this and that, but, like I don't even know there's so much resistance negatively shenanigans, you know, and it's it's credit as. Streaming zayed's. Yeah. So in reference the movie like what that was like. Yes. Sounds pretty nice. Man. I go check that out to be there whereas a lot of support. And there was a lot of tradition and people work in hard, what they were doing. And we didn't get into the me burgeon of songwriting yet, which is later, you know, where everybody's writing about themselves their feelings. This is when people writing community, and they're writing doesn't have to be about positively strictly. But it just all the darkness people weren't naming the records things like raw in this is me honest, that stuff to sit and really matter yet, I personally don't then moves very much, you know, and some well you see that a lot of the twenty two year old rights, and autobiography, and she called raw, what kind of story could you possibly have to tell us but the focus became really just about people being obsessed with their story being interesting. And the people that I grew up listening to or watching that was not required to think that person was fascinating that I mean, I had to be in had we like it, and it'd be intrigued, but. Didn't have to know everything about the person, you know, to come along today and be successful requires you having different soul. Then you might have needed twenty five thirty years ago because you have to be willing to share intimate things that just needs to be required of artist and you have to be able to get into a you know, celebrity match now and then throw down people like lot of people just don't participate in that stuff. But then you also sound like to sound tired old. Bitching about it saying that this is a great time, because it has to be, it's really murky. It's a big mess right now. It'll Ryan rock and roll. We'll be fine. I'm sure of that it is fine landing on a positive note..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Well, we'd take an break for seven years, or something I made a couple of records. And then we got back together and rally is wasn't a really good idea. We've got back together for simple reasons that, you know, whatever causes take a break in the first place, we never really sort of that stuff out. Yeah. And it's not just another simple level right now being a rock bands, any for everybody. Yeah. You gotta work twice as hard to make maybe the lesson. You may ever you know. But yeah, it's up to you. There's not the incentives for doing that what they used to be so people's priorities changed you'll have lives in some people doing anymore, and that's not that easy to get along with. I don't know. I haven't really considered that well, it's dig into that. But it was your realization that maybe we shouldn't have. Done this, and I've brought this together, but we shouldn't have done this. So now what do I do that was kind of your little bit not to put words in your mouth, but, you know, it's my job in that group was always somewhat of a ringleader. I'm trying to motivate everybody. And depending on the Kasa characters you have sometimes it can be done. Sometimes it's really not easily done. And people were also the industry changed so much that people were very confused. Don't think we played to our best ranks am not gonna break down all the short for you. Billion was in hindsight, it wasn't a good. Yeah. I do like the recommended thought I had a lot of I think, on that. Yeah, really liked it. But it just wasn't a healthy environment. I don't think anybody. What about the break between records in, in the first place? It took you a long time until two thousand after bringing down the horse. What was that four year? Well, that was from bring on the horse breach. We were on tour fly almost at least three years classic thing is. And then, you know, I do remember pulling the plug because he just couldn't stay out there. We're going to go back to Europe. One more time. And I just couldn't see it happening. And then also you don't have any songs. Started. You gotta go gotta right? You got to clear head on. You got a fair. What is you want to write that doesn't happen overnight? Yeah. And then it took six months to make that record and women country, which was, I think T-Bone Burnett drug addiction. Really nice like you. Soul stuff has been real nice and spare, you have a bunch of songs. They don't know what to do with at this point, or have every not been writing. What's where do I have a bunch of songs? Yeah. We're gonna figure this out and we're going to take a ride on this movie trained for a little bit. Then we'll find a situation fair. What is I want to depending on what the songs it's been a while in the studio? So we'll take a look at them and see if it's a kind of record will be diving into this laurel canyon world. And again the comparing to now where did it leave both? You're thinking about sort of the record industry and music itself, now versus then. I mean for me it didn't really make me think about the music industry. I don't wanna think about the music industry. You guys don't want wanna have lunch with. I want to think about the music, you know, and I think you get to a certain point in your age your life. You start us off to reflect what you've done, and at that point that I got to I started to reflect about what drew me to California in the first place when I think about it, and I think about the film, I think about that period in a way that it is this innocent period..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I'm not gonna name him but he was very great producer. I kinda Neum a little bit. And is that stage where I'm trying to write something brilliant, press somebody, 'cause I, I wanna work with somebody great, and I wanna get the studio, you can't really start making records till you have songs, and there wasn't a lot of excitement to get with. The mega was also kind of falling apart at the time, you know, a lot was going on. But I'd written the song with this Preuss remind because thudding to catch him. I gotta get him something, and he came over to my house back when we listen to music in our cars, and I. Played them a cassette of it, that I just recorded demo of it, and he listened to it four or five times straight my car and just kept saying played again played again played again, it was a demo. I had of one headlight that was the same. Drumbeat wasn't a full production. It was just like a drum sheen in two tars and vocal a little keyboard against doing all the same parts of became the record run this little demo you know, at the same beat from, do you think I'm sexy by Rod Stewart wishes to Algren you got me off track there with do you think I'm sexy. Listen to like five times, any stopped, and he said, this could really be something, you got something here. And I went in the house. I thought I got it now. I got him. I really want. It's gonna be great. And then you'd never talked again. Yeah, but that's how that works. You know how did you feel about that burst of because you could have had a career that was great without having that intense burst of like MTV pop fame. And I don't know if that was even ever part of your plan. How did you feel about that? Was that part of my plan? Not really. I mean that was just what was available at the time. That's what we're doing. That was the biggest radio station the world. Sure, you say he didn't wanna be on it. You're lying, right. 'cause I means everybody's hearing your songs right? Same time, sometimes thirty six times a day a week. Or is it a weaker day? You know, but that was the time and a lot of bands. Remember, they invent the diamond award back, then we didn't even sell like the top twenty of millions, we sold. It wasn't even the top like twenty thirty records of that time that year if people are selling thirty million twenty million records left to right. You did have one of the great VM as performances of all timeless Springsteen that night, I still watch their from time to time fantastic. You know, I know the song was MTV visual knows MTV awards. Yeah. So the lot happened on that, but I can say, but as rehearsing that with Bruce. Yeah..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"You know, kind of thing there was an aspect of that. I mean remember wallflowers made a record in nineteen ninety one and it was on virgin, of course and just to start I would say for me it was always about the song the singer, you know, and it's pretty immediate. Do I believe the guy singing? Is he telling me story that I care about? And when I first met Jacob and I got those I songs that wound up on that. I record I mean, you knew that this was a guy who had something to say, I mean songs like birdcage and songs like Hollywood and ashes to ashes and be wrong, or great. And so they obviously inspired us to at least inspired me to work hard to try to spread that music. The turning point I think was when the Counting Crows had a big hit record. Yeah. And that opened the door for an elbow. I guess in independent music, you know, you had already had nirvana, and we had Pearl Jam and grunge was firmly entrenched, both in the popular culture and in the turn of culture, and at that moment, labels we're looking for their version of that. And luckily, somebody believe that the wallflowers could have a place in the great Taffer streak of modern music, and you continue to record songs, but writing great song, both on even on the first album, that's a little more overlooked. And that one, I mean how did Adam dirt get on six new. How did that come about Adam around town at that time bartend once in a while at venues to play when we were in between record deals? You know, just doing around town a little bit. And actually, you know, also T-Bone Burnett who produced Brown, the horse. He was responsible for their that's right. Debut. Yeah. Yeah. So there was a connection there and it was, you know, it was something missing on that song. You know, we needed something and recognize certainly still do it now. That's what people just jam this person with that person in one, plus one is three that's open. He's always wanted to do. So that was somebody's idea at the time. And, you know, I was like data my thought certainly got a memorable unique way of singing. So know it was very Ganic, though. Yeah. Once doing store with him. And he wants jumped onstage Saint karaoke with me, and I said, oh, this is what it's like to be feel like Jacob now hiking. The only like the only time in my life, I ever thought it was pretty cool. Actually, it was very sweet. I was really struggling with the song and he just leaped up on stage in Saint backup great. But that particular song was something, you'd written that like way before like when you're eighteen or something that's true. I had that around, we, we did make I record for virgin records in ninety one. And I had that song the producer that time, just didn't hear he wasn't one of the songs that he thought was compelling. I had had a bunch of other ones. My recollection is, especially at that beginning phase of doing the stuff never made a record I had to be trusting somebody, you know. And he's he just didn't really hear wreck company here, although Mr. Slater right next to me. He heard it. And I told him when he brought it up he said while you guys recording that song, I you know, he's not really hearing that song is something to go on the record. And I can't because I knew how much Andy like that song. And I had said like, you know, you want me to jam through or some waves hand said minute. No, we'll save the second. That's how should go down management. Yes. Marlene. It'd be honest. I don't think on her to either. I think it was kind of I was like this knowing insect on somebody's food kept Saturday. Call songs great call it quite that way. But I don't think we're good enough to play. Really? Honestly at the time van had to get better. And have a one headlight. Like what do you remember about writing about that? Sounds more looking back last things I'd written just before we got to the studio. We didn't have a Preuss or that was a stage where we just signed with Interscope records indoors of very prompt prisoners to my neighborhood. Who I really wanted him to make the record..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"So, again, Michelle Phillips who have spoken to is just a lot of fun. And she seemed really delighted just by seeing the music played back to her. What did you take away from that encounter? Well, you know, the song was their first single gory. Want to mama's bums versing sixty five, and I think for her to hear it again, first of all, she tells you the personal story behind it, which is really that John Philps, writes, her and says, go you wanna go. She says, in the film should be call where you wanna go bitch. It's a real Fleetwood MAC style kiss off a real precursor of sort of that. Lindsey Stevie vibe, absolutely and your own way. And so the basic musical arrangement of that song, if you listen to the original the cadence of the way, they're singing is very kind of sixties up with people kind of delivery. And I think when Jacob and Jade from Edward sharp, and the magnetic zeros do it, sung a little straight, or so for her to hear it as sort of straightforward powerful folk rock song. I think it was it was nice for her, and you see that in the phone. So how did you get the exact focus as you said? It's not it's more about the birth of folk rock than the laurel canyon seen in its most sort of cliche form because that actually was a little later. So how did you kind of decide that focus? I the other people associate law canyon with the singer songwriter to me. There's three different things that happen. One is this age of innocence were people come here to be like the Beatles because the birds have a hit and they're the supposed to be the American Beatles, and they have multiple singers, and they get together in the living law canyon, and they're in these bands, and then the age of psychedelia happens and things get a little crazy in the doors happen. And people start coming here in San Francisco happens. And then there's a retrenchment to country and folk and there's the search for the individual these guys all want to do their own thing. And that's really the pure that I think, is the most classically associated with laurel canyon, where it's Joni Mitchell, and the band is called Crosby. Stills Nash and young instead of the buffalo Springfield. So. The focus for me was always that period because it seemed the most Purity's seemed, the most innocent, it seemed like something that hadn't been explored telling a story, you don't want to tell somebody else's store, you want to tell your idea, as you know, is probably the writer. Sure the lineup this sort of living room, rehearsal hang out, lineup of back, Regina spector, cat power, and Jacob was that just who was rehearsing for the show, kind of also set up for film. I mean those scenes were really interesting. And that did meek that didn't look organic and natural hanging. Hanging about law canyon, if it was still nineteen sixty six might be how things still on. Yeah. Well, those are, you know, they're all in the performance at the concert film, in their friends of mine Andy's, but they're also looking records. I mean that's the whole thing, you know, back, even when I was growing up when I record came out. It was so important for prince record came out. It was so important. And so, you know, sitting there and looking at an album cover that's twelve by twelve that is the singular image you're going to find with a band. You know, that's what created the, the great alchemy of music. You know, it wasn't just it wasn't just the sound of something I think if rock and roll success was based on right, musicianship, total would have been the biggest magazine with best musicians, but you know it's not it's based on love and sex and angst..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And we asked him why he did that. And he said he had seen Dr Strangelove, and he saw that Kubrick film, and he saw the last scene. And he said, he takes some acid to go see the film. And he when he came out he thought the film was in color. So that's the kind of stuff you get in the film. And that's the kind of stuff he gave us, don't forget to when you mentioned Roger. I mean, none of this is possible without him, that's explained in the movie, so not just as a member of the birds in architect of their sound in his abilities to take those songs and transform them his original intent of taking some of those folksongs making pop songs out of him. He's one of the guys that's a key turning point in rock's history is taking that, and is explain more in depth than the film that a lot of that has to do with the Rickenbacker guitar itself. I mean, they're so casual talking about these like, what in retrospect were basically like world, historical turning points. I heard the Beatles, and then I did this and that went in one day, and, you know, bam change the course of musical history. It's interesting well for sure, I don't think we get say anything similar about the atmosphere. We live in today, just so much mazing stuff happening. So quickly, like music changing moments so quickly, you know. And then there are. Songs that are not so obvious that are changing moments but really to me expecting to fly which frames the film represents so much of, of the body of the film. I mean that song, just even in its title of it self, it represents that no matter how outlandish somebody's dreams were that they could come true. I think that's something of the sixties, but, you know, and we all know that, that kind of boundless optimism never lasts. So the film, sort of lays out why it doesn't last for those musicians. I mean you hear different things you know, Roger tells you that the birds broke up because David and David tells you why that was his personality trait, which I won't say on radio and you know, Michelle tells you that she liked Danny. She was married, John and that breaks up, and then Stephen tells you the, the Springfield broke up because they were really going, you know, so much talent in divergent directions as a musician learning those songs and playing those songs which he did, what struck you the most you learn a bunch of them and played a bunch of them. We're kind of stuck out. It's different listening versus like actually learning every court in them every bit of the arrangement. Like, what did you take away from learning that stuff? Those are all masterful songs you don't necessarily need a lot of cords to make songs. Sometimes there's preferred that you don't but these songs were massively put together in their structure, and they're not real at really good song can actually be difficult and complex to play. But it actually sounds effortless and easy going, and these songs are not effortless and easy going musician or singer, none of them, really. So the trick is to make it sound like what was hard as than probably just wasn't made for these times. Yeah, it's just a very complex melody in arrangement. And it's not you learn when you're doing this help writers have their own. They have a particular way of doing things that you're not really noticing..

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"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"jakob dylan" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"But Thomas, he just to me, he seemed to just always be passionate the kids that fallen in love rock and roll. A lot of people just grow out of that at some point, but isn't Tuesday them from what I saw remained the same his entire career and before he even came on board to be interviewed. I just. Salesman. Played him the recordings of the record. Yeah. And he's the only person this is totally true that actually just was quite, not just regular anytime. You pull you don't know if you have abandoned you, do you have ever have a band. Yes, gated. You ever get through one song with your friend is shut up and listen to the song talk asking base player was would you guys do this? What's that sound? It's just. That's what everybody does. I guess. I'm sure I do. Also, it's only person I can recall that actually discloses is listen to every song. And some of these songs he's hurting million times. Yeah. That's, but he actually was just that's how he receives music is would devote his time listening to it. And that's his enthusiasm for the recordings is white occurred to us why we're not. We should be having Tom talk in this movie because his understanding is phenomenal this music. Yeah. I mean Tom really plays the professor in this film. Yeah. And Jacob plays the seeker and Tom is guy. I mean you said once before about every time you say that I think that we make like a bicycle out of couple cocoa. Nuts in raft out of we. Herringbone jacket. I keep thinking you're talking about. I just think I mean in reality, he bridges the gap between the two generator, Mr. how you well. Mr hal. Maybe. But really, he's the guy who bridges that gap he loved that music is Jacob said he was inspired by. You have those guys who are really prevalent in nineteen sixty five and then you have back in Regina, and they're another generation in the middle. There is Tom sort of disseminating, the information. So he became a incredible asset to us making the how about Roger Gwynn who again, like super humble, dudes with very vivid memories. He was particularly hilarious. His Brian Wilson anecdote was hilarious with the speed. What is your take away from that conversation is a giant? He's a fascinating character in, I think, for someone like myself for people that I spend time with, I think, you know, that and some people might not notice that all the time because he's just not allowed mouth like most celebrities tend to be who just share way too much. I wouldn't be form. But his he does. He's not lurking anywhere. He's a powerhouse. He's a big presence, and some of his stories were fantastic. And they all were an entertaining, interesting. But I don't know that he feels the need to promote himself all day long. Like I'm doing right now. Well, it's, it's, I mean just the way the he's conducted as careers fascinating, he plays, little folk concerts that, like folk institutes and stuff when he could go out under the bird's name and be playing Rina's resisted that it's kind of fascinating to watch all the sixties legends. He seems to the most low key. Maybe I think it's part of what you might be picking up on his movies, comfortable themself. Yeah. And, you know, you could say Mark Knopfler similar dire straits together with anybody who wants probably RFK stadium tomorrow. Right. So there's some people who just don't they're not always chasing the care. They're satisfied. And they know they're laying and they're happy with that. And, you know, hopefully, more of us could feel that way more often. Yeah. One of the things in the film. That's great about Roger. You know, you think of him as sort of serious guys virtual guy. And when he's talking to Jake of there's just a nonchalance about his conversation. That's so great as viewer to watch. And he told us all these stories. I mean, we asked him about we'll meet again on version..

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