17 Burst results for "Janet Planet"
"janet planet" Discussed on Pantheon
"A little bit primal scream therapy a little like my all time, favorite. John. Lennon Plastic Ono band, not sonically walk comparison. Then the next Song Saint John's preview for me the title Song I so obsessed with that I had to take a year long break from writing about that in other words I wrote about the whole album last August but that's song so important to me and I didn't WanNA screw it up that I took a year long break before I was ready to tackle. It did something I normally do I write ten pages Roughly about the entire album I. Think I did four or five pages just on that help don that song because Saint Preview for me is it blends so much. It's a travel long. It's a long way to Buffalo. It's a long way to Belfast city to it talks about San Francisco where I lived for twenty five years and he says, you know everyone's determined not to feel each other's pain that to me is the human condition. We are selfish assholes at heart but then he switches over to the music business you know everyone is paid. For the wine and he talks about hanging out with the jet set, and then he decides now I'm not into the timeline that song encompasses so much stuff taking peak towns, Quadrophenia rock opera, condensing it down one song. Well, that's the overture essentially. Okay. Then you've would tree which for a long time I thought was a little bit of throwaway and it's a little lightweight. It's kind of a melancholy style thing. Red Windsor Course Marin. County were van was living at the time and the SPOI- you know loses the dog I. Mean it's it's a little bit of a tear jerker okay? Almost dependence day like if he couldn't possibly do listen to the lion park to Gusset and it's equally is genius right like how the Hell did he fucking They're both songs very connected to the San Francisco Bay Marin County I love the I can hear them calling from Oregon. Well, it's been said that one of the members of them was calling him from Oregon just to touch base after several years he's talking about the fireworks in and around the San Francisco Bay. He's talked about him at Janet Planet Walking through the streets of San Francisco's Chinatown I mean listen to line and you mentioned that you can take listen line almost. Just. Make it sight to the album you know and they're very kucic based. Yeah. Almost the Penn state has some very groundbreaking mood synthesizer work and their want to many people in seventy two that were tastefully and very subtly integrating the synthesizer enter their work I mean there were people that were doing very synthesized based music, right? Obviously. But you know who the hell is blended in Costa Guitar and. And Yet Leroy Upright Bass Okay.
"janet planet" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"It was. It's not it's it's serviceable. You know what I mean. Ever since I've heard Brent use it all the time but it's like I I think the they did they will great from the neck up you know and I definitely see a bit of a family resemblance. I feel like some of the of the of the little. I don't go with makeup terminology but the stuff around the is. I could see what she was doing there and I mean she really lucked out and getting the partner that she did because I think she's probably like the most charismatic out of any of them. I mean maybe with the exception of Janet Planet she was just like so ready to just dive in and I think that her energy really helped sell what might not be a particularly stellar. Look but because the energy was I mean because of the fact that we are so down to the wire it's still going to like not end up working Jackie's favor but I feel like if this Philip if this were if this competition taking place a little earlier in the competition. I wonder if Jackie would still be in the bottom Brad. What did you think about Jackie and snacky this week boy? I did not care for this. I thought this was worse than what they were giving them credit for. I thought that the drag looked really small really small like there was nothing big in fun about it like she was in like a waitress cocktail dress. Like there wasn't a lot to it. It was what Rob Ross said. Where Yeah like. I said I do not believe it was good. But if you'RE GONNA go with with the thought that it's good in was good everything else or everyone else was trying to be great and I really felt like Jackie. Just mailed it in here like okay a pantsuit and cocktail dress. That's what you're doing for your family resemblance and like I thought that the hair actually was the worst part of it. The hair looks like helmet hair. It looks like it's literally been sprayed with aqua net and frozen in place. There's no body or moving. I don't even particularly care for the shape of it like we always talk about how G G has like helmets. But this look like helmet hair like kick look good. The makeup I don't think is even close And I don't even I really don't think it is Maybe around the is a little bit but like I don't feel like they look. I feel like the the I make up shadow on. Jackie is so much heavier then. What is on what's her name. I'm looking tiffany and the the outlets while there is a little bit of mirroring with the color line it. It doesn't quite do it for me. Because the because the outfits are dissimilar like in order for for mirroring to work outfits have to be the same shape of the same size like where Sherry pies like red and gold and golden red and in there the same type and you you look at them and you get it But this I again. I thought she looked like I thought it looked like Jackie was the rich sister and it looked like tiffany was the less fun less sexy one. Is anyone else getting not now? All I can see his helmet hair on smacky so like that. Not One hundred percent agree with. I think there's a little bit more I guess they do the kind of look like second cousins. They are family but a little bit more distant the Bengals or the am earrings look very similar. The nails of the same To I can see the cheek about the show being a little bit heavier on jockey but the pattern and the color.
"janet planet" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"Ridley Ridley. She started the birds and the bees at teaches. Your kids how to talk about sex or teaches you how to talk about sex to your kids because they say we spend our whole life trying to prepare our kids and keep him safe. You know you send them to schools. You help them with their homework. You keep him dressed. Well Fed all these sports out of harm's way out of harm's way catch them when they fall. You put a band aid on their cuts and the one thing. We're scared to talk to our kids about sex. And that's the one thing there was curious about and that we won't you know that we don't know what to say so it starts. She has this whole program and it starts. They're young and any question they ever asked. That makes you blush. Always say that a such a good question. I'm so glad you ask and then you tell them question. So and that gives you a second to catch your breath saying these words that make the feel weird. Yeah and you've got a straight face nonchalantly and but I tell her I'm always gonNa tell you the truth because you want to be the expert. Your kids are going to figure out stuff and not Willie was saying that to yesterday because we were talking about something and Willie told the truth about it and I remember thinking Oh my Gosh I want to dodge this question but instead he just nonchalantly told her the truth and I was like we talked about the next day. And y'all said you want to be the expert because why because if you tell them false information they're not gonNA come back to you You're setting the report and it says this was something those eye-opening they say even if your kids in kindergarten the maturation of that class is the oldest sibling of that class. So you think Oh. My kids five in kindergarten. I don't have to worry about saying the right words or telling him the truth but that there could be someone in there that has a. Who's a willie? Who has four older brothers and sisters that are in High School? And so they're hearing words and things they've never heard and bringing them back to their five-year-old kindergarten us and so you just have to expert and say she gives us because you said if you're not the expert. They're going to their friends will be there trying to find information that's all they're trying to do like everything we do. Not If we have some if you have a picture text or we mentioned something let me see let me hear what is yeah. They're just you know. Yeah backed binding and the funny thing is like we've had the sex talk with genevieve maybe since kindergarten you think. Oh my gosh is it will. I wrote down her words. Step by step. I kept him on my phone. I prayed about it constantly. I would just look at it so I knew what I was supposed to say. And you just have a streamlined. Factual message you know. She goes into the whole comparing it to science and flowers and just anatomy and it's not emotional and at the end of it they're like there's no emotion behind it is just the big because they're just trying to figure out how it works. They're asking. No Yeah I think truth for me and that's where I am now this face to honesty's always the best policy. Always when you tell the truth even if it hurts you for a second it gets you to where you're supposed to be for me trying to keep up with what you said or what you're supposed to say or UNHAPPIER. Don't feel a certain way of really. Don't be it and if it's not meant to be good riddance you know honestly like if you're if it's not meant to be and you can't keep it up then let it go and appreciate it for what it was when it was but it's not where you're supposed to be right now. I love that. Here's a baby here. The baby back have to give a shoutout to a cousin Janet. Hey Janet Planet Plan Elliott Janet best cousin and listener ever. She stays up late to listen to these at midnight when they post love..
"janet planet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And you made that get your own six six home city is my reading flagstaff Arizona don't forget and you may get your kicks six six that's so you all sing along with the Kirby stone for Janet planet is on route sixty six.
"janet planet" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah. I didn't know the origin to that. I thought for sure that that was there was a romantic relationship for her forever. Whoever. The Suzanne was that he wrote that about for sure. Yeah. That song has been covered a bunch of times to as they mentioned here in the article. About the background here. The back story of crazy love by van Morrison van Morrison's crazy love as well. As his song. Tupelo Honey were both inspired by Janet planet. Rigsby? Who Morrison had married shortly before they that they were written. Morrison song expresses a sentiment that many lovers may recognize how this relationship with Janet made the bad times good and the good times better than more in a van Morrison Janet Rigsby when I'd have a daughter together, whom they named shayna, but despite the song's romantic sentiments, they ultimately split up in nineteen seventy three. So Janet planet Rigsby is responsible for this classic by the great van Morrison. Here we go. She. Feeling lou. Janet planet..
"janet planet" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"N. d. two seven nine six four five C show talk to me, Tuesday we've, been, talking. To a lot of people about the passing of, STAN, Makita Three one two five nine hundred eighty nine. Hundred is a phone number you can also text us at that number and We're, gonna take a couple more calls here. Before we do that a reminder. To listen to our show weekdays two to six Just because we could use your support these also you might win tickets to wizard world Chicago, Comecon that's cool Matter of, fact we have some today we're going to be giving away hitting Comecon runs Thursday August twenty third through Sunday August twenty six that. The Donald. E, Stevens convention center in Rosemont and, we will have a pair of single day passes, for Saturday August, twenty fifth a when a couple years ago it, was a blessed passes furnished by wizard. World Chicago comic con see all your favorite TV movie and. Comic bookstores Win Win Windsor d- I mean. Wizard. Betcha Wizard yeah But that's what that's what. You gotta do you gotta? Windsor Win the wizards Wizard. World Chicago com Mikan feel free to proofread these before you bring them in people All right with me I don't really get a chance to pre read them with doing all this other. Stuff I'm doing here let's. Say hi. To Mitch I? Mitch how. Are you Listen since your child I got here when I got here when. I was twenty four so they go rather a probably went to ten or fifteen Blackhawks Michigan big deal. To get there when I. Was circa. Sixty nine seventy Well Makita always played around car or. Not Co after the, pact saying everybody's everything talk to, you talk to you about the game felt like ten feet taller left there really lot three. And a half right at the stadium three and a half Yes sir Now something beauty dig into. Some point we didn't get to watch the games when they, played, home obviously but we listen to them and the the call came through. Canyon, Pettit Oh my God did he ever did he have call and somebody scored used to imitate him. I, won't do it on the radio. But it was amazing it just I mean the guy you, knew. It was him and it was called the Makita Makita home back home Who does a A great Lloyd Pettit. Is Bruce wolf Oh. Yeah I don't know if he's, listening if he wants to call in. I'd be happy to put him on let him, do his Lloyd Pettit because as good Yeah the guy Makita you know that's last man. Thank you very much yeah man thank you, thanks for calling on my on. The text text machine, here and I I don't. Have any. Reasons to doubt this fact we were talking about the horn Chicago, Stadium which I assume is a hormone. It's still the horn the horn at United Center And. It says here Mike, from park ridge park which Parkway's what am I, am like what's happening to, me Parkway is Edge are you? From Park ridge, people? Are. Super, smart. Right Jack, oh yeah I mean I don't know if you realize there's a real whole system about just being able to. Drive through the town they have to sort of pass main south mirror high schools in some point named the top high. School? In. The. Country really yeah In in the seventies it was named the top high school in. The? Country The works family also owned a tugboat company. The horns in the old stadium were actual tugboat horns Yeah Allowed, man but I bet you it's the same horns a. Bit they move those. Over, yeah they. Sound I, mean it's hard to tell because the buildings. Different It's still. Pretty, bitch and. When they, go off man no question about it yeah Right Let's see. Here Jack is on the. Phone, hey, Jack, hey how you doing good. Man how are? You Just. A real long. Time listener back from the days when you, did Travis, I. Think his name. Was Travis Travis travesty him. I'm, back, in, the seventies VDI? And everything. And thanks man And thank you because you know I drifted away and was listening to some. Other talk show places and everybody. Gets the damn. Political and you just maintain the core of, entertainment and frying Education all that, stuff I remember shirt you shirt stories eaten a container of mayonnaise when you're a kid Made. It, sound gun tasty didn't they call court it was a cry for help with no one, heated you yeah you went out the prairie or something, and eight it. And you never did that again but I hate it ahead in the barbecue pit I remember the I mean I remember when you were, dating Janet planet and you're talking, about getting married at all that kind of stuff It's cool that you're hearing a part of the whole game in Chicago This is my home Just just a thank you to you and and just hearing you. Talk about Dan Makita I grew. Up out of here we, watch the hockey games staticky. Black and white TV In our south side neighborhood and PayLess heights. The kids who were lucky either. Dad let him paint a, Blackhawk on the garage door Was the girl days fight yeah I. Keep, forgetting that up until ten years ago nobody saw except for hawk. Vision, during. The playoffs back maybe twenty years ago or. So yeah nobody ever saw, a home, game unless they went to the stadium yeah yeah Right Sports division in the. Eighties that's they were part of that as. Well Of vision home games I'll tell you I don't think so I. Think. That was a Bill Wirtz thing okay, because, he was, protecting the. Ticket holders yeah But I'll tell you the the Blackhawks are such a part of Chicago my, dad era friend yacht club he. Kept his vote at and he had a big Akita that you named STAN Akita and it's just it's good time so I just gotta take. Your buddy for being. There always and it's good to hear your. Voice. Because I've heard it most of my. Life Back in the seventies you're on my Marantz twenty to thirty eight b all the time got to be got to be in stereo All right Thanks pal Okay. Take care have a good. One there there was something that was done with. Sports vision it was some kind of a pay per view thing during. The playoffs If, that's, I, mean, you, work, there. So. Maybe a. You probably you probably maybe. I'm wrong I pretty sure we've televised the home. Games pay situation and a free no no no no no hey yeah Definitely it was. A, pay. Thing. 'cause. We were, part of we were part of it during one of the playoff games Gary and. I did we did cut ins during the. Intermissions and stuff wearing the. Puck, puck, heads, oh. Yeah. Yeah, okay Nicole herself. The. Puck Yeah Ourselves I. Guess There were, two of us, I suppose Says it turns out it wasn't one like. I thought.
"janet planet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That that's technically, wings but Paul McCartney arrow through me nineteen seventy nine back to the was the record and the double time thing going on rhythmically that, suggestion suggestion of jazz, bass the horn arrangement He was he, was looking over looking, over the fence Oh. You, Jasar's have fun doing. Stuff we try that on nice nice effect. An effort. Paul McCartney Janet planet before that contemporary singer Chattanooga Choo. Choo Ray Charles had his way with that song as well and, original for Glenn Miller's orchestra in another time entirely the swing era it was the, time when j McShane pianist had a big band. A composition that would have legs and would morph into, different blues and rock approaches as well as a. Terrific record with count Basie. And, Joe Williams here is the original. Confessing the blues at least, original in the hands. Of its co composer j Shan on WNYC With hard in my hand Bama Please So. Nice Please. On ways Being down Oh Yes Refused. Shy Loni Thank you Confession mama Oh, you know I'm in heaven Jay mcshane's confessing the blues admired and performed by artists ranging from, count Basie to the Rolling Stones which is kind of what we range through and to paging through the songbook and beyond at ninety three point..
"janet planet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I hope you had your hep cat dictionary out your. Head can't see. Soroush there's Joe Jackson doing the spot on take on jump Rb jazz and blues from the nineteen forties on his jump and jive project from nineteen. Eighty one ahead of that the R&_b. flavored Erskine Hawkins band for tipping in Paul Cavalcanti here on. WNYC now there are some songs from the swing era that are just the famous, record you, know who would really go and cover a song, like, say, Chattanooga Choo Choo which served Glenn Miller's. Orchestra so, well it was I, think the first certified gold record in nineteen forty or thereabouts when it came. Out so it's just an enormous. Hit but here we go with Janet planet taking the Chattanooga Choo Choo down to the local, tracks slowing it down and finding some beauty in a really cool Mel Elodie and a great story line listen Is that. Good Shrek twenty nine Can you give me Good Godmother And just try Pencil Four Baltimore Nothing Then to have your, hands When you hear the whistle blower and aid to the Then you know Tennessee is not very Role Hardy at the station Call me funny face He's gonna cry Tell him that Won't you Interesting.
"janet planet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Sprint lassen to in sworn as a gypsy sub series daydreaming music but i thought that with your picnic lunch set up the blanket is spread the the nibbles are all assembled and and that he'd like to daydream along with me paul cavalcanti playing the song book and beyond on wnyc with cassandra wilson singing skylark johnny hartman on a clear day janet planet moonlight in vermont while in a mercer.
"janet planet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Harbour visiting old cape cod with a new cocktail recipe it's okay to have a little mint swimming around in a moheda like concoction to go with your chowder that's a great song and a nice tropical approach to it something cool by june christy moonlight in vermont janet planet on wnyc king they sing travel people who this romantics so hit note.
"janet planet" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"Like to tell the kids never wait to wonder thank you jim live long and prosper abigail harrison better known as astronaut abby she is the founder of the marist generation abbey you gave me three great ones because it's hard the ultimate sandbox and because we need a plan b take it abby mars is an opportunity that we really can't afford to pass up mars is close enough to being impossible that it will really challenge us and our abilities in space exploration but not difficult enough that it is impossible and that's necessary because if we want to continue to make great strides in space exploration we need to be truly pushing what we're comfortable with we need to be consistently putting ourselves in dangerous situations and asking ourselves what's the next step that we can take what's the next hill that we can go over and mars is that next step going there will help us to improve life on earth by leaps and bounds that we can't even imagine right now in addition to that it is the perfect sandbox box and that's not just because it's a dusty planet i like to think of the analogy of a sandbox because it's something that we can all look back on some of us more recently than others because mars is that place where we can dip our toes in and we can explore and we can really try things out it's close enough that like i said it's not impossible but it's a place that we can practice exploring and searching for life practice different geological techniques and whatnot and all of these things that we want to do elsewhere mars is the perfect place to initially try them so in conclusion when you look at it mars truly our gateway to the rest of our solar system and in all honestly the universe and it's up to us to step through that i love it thank you abby very much we move on now to the emmy award winning janet ivey creator of course of janet's planet who was practicing what you preach is here what a couple of days ago with all those scouts girl scouts that you brought by janet you gave me dreaming beyond the desktop i think six of school desktops pushing back the boundaries and my favorite among these for human ethical evolution janet my great thing is any time with a group of kids is to really.
"janet planet" Discussed on WREK
"Of course janet's planet who was practicing what he preaches here what a couple of days ago with all those scouts girl scouts that you brought by janet you gave me dreaming beyond the desktop i think school desktops pushing back the boundaries and my favorite among these for human ethical evolution janet my great thing is anytime with a group of kids is to really go okay guys if we could go anywhere and i could tell you we could go to mars who wants to go they will all raise their hands and i will tell you there is something aspirational about that mission it's it's inspirational it's aspiration and i always say it's going to lead to this innovation and whatever we figure out going there can buy orders of magnitude only be prosperous and amazing for planet earth one of the things that i say i'll make it personal it's you know i've got a family member right now in hospice in stage four cancer and so whatever we figure out a way to create humans for being so bombarded or protected or impervious to radiation think of how many of your family members we can heal and so we'll start kind of having these conversations so at the very young what i mean by dream beyond their desktop like just like we did on tuesday with forty three girl scouts myself in the challenger center we lead them through this thing of creating martian you know like with plato and three d pins and i will tell you that with eight nine ten year olds i had them in one room challenger center had our sixth seventh and eighth and ninth graders in another room with they were conceiving of i would love to kinda like have a round table then present their ideas to all of you engineer and you'd be like we need to consider this one so i think we get brilliance we genius and then when they're creating their really completely immersed in going this is a purpose in a plan tony wagner harbored cisco and i'll see this quickly it's like we must give our children a permission to play in the midst of their play they may find their passion and when they find their passion they may very well find their purpose and for me my why.
"janet planet" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM
"And because we need a plan b take it abby mars is an opportunity that we really can't afford to pass up mars is close enough to being impossible that it will really challenge us and our abilities in space exploration but not difficult enough that it is impossible and that's necessary because if we want to continue to make great strides in space exploration we need to be truly pushing what we're comfortable with we need to be consistently put in our selves in dangerous situations and asking ourselves what's the next step that we can take what's the next hill that we can go over and mars is that next step going there will help us to improve life on earth by leaps and bounds that we can't even imagine right now in addition to that it is the perfect sandbox box and that's not just because it's a dusty planet i like to think of the analogy of a sandbox because it's something that we can all look back on some of us more recently than others because mars is that place where we can dip our toes and we can explore and we can really try things out it's close enough that like i said it's not impossible but it's a place that we can practice exploring and searching for life practice different geological techniques and whatnot and all of these things that we want to do elsewhere mars is the perfect place to initially try them so in conclusion when you look at it mars truly our gateway to the rest of our solar system and in all honestly the universe and it's up to us to step through that i love it thank you abby very much we move on now to the emmy award winning janet ivey creator of course of janet's planet who was practicing what you preach is here what a couple of days ago with all those scouts girl scouts that you brought by janet you gave me dreaming beyond the desktop i think of school desktops pushing back the boundaries and my favorite among these for human ethical evolution janet my great thing is any time with a group of kids is to really go okay guys if we could go anywhere and i could tell you we could go to mars who wants to go they will raise their hands and i will tell you there is something aspirational about that mission it's it's inspirational it's aspiration.
"janet planet" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"That's perfectly goofy i like a goofy good word for it in fact so this band called confidence man there from australia the song boyfriend is from their upcoming record confident music for confident people their whole thing is being dorky in fact all the members of the band go by these pseudonyms irs janet planet sugar bones clarence mcguckian reggie good child and in an interview recently with an emmy new musical express janet planet said there's not enough dorky nece in dance music and so that is their goal and i think they do it well to bring bring dorky to dance music and in fact their life shows they have all these synchronized dances and they're just goofy stance moves there's nothing cooler about them at all they're intentionally goofy and this is from their debut record confident music for confident people out april thirteenth and i wanna thank them for making me smile on my way into work this morning that must have been hard because it really it really pretty down yeah no i wanna talk about the game a little more than i really would rather not no i just it's time to heal joshua joshua is our intern hey this is what you're is this the final week no no no we use if i think it's the final week then i get an extra gift because you're making ice cream this week right suite of but just before we came in the studio you said he cut music for the show and i i am still thinking about it and he said because i got a new song and you played for me and i thought this is good i don't know how fits but then he plays that goofy thing.
"janet planet" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Right right yeah in some interviews he's talked about childhood visions leaving his body not having being only child not having anyone to talk about it with and so he would try to explain those experiences through songwriting which is why an album called astral weeks if you think about that moment seems important piece of that puzzle you know what i mean he was writing in this house with janet his wife who he dubbed down planet right seemed to be serving almost as sort of producer with him you know she was really facilitating in editing the songwriting right how did all that work yeah that's one of the things i love about this is that it's a true group effort with a lot of people who are a little or a lot of credit and janet planet out greenstreet there and jr was you know van is kind of zoning out in front of taper quarter strumming chords moaning melodies and then letting that role for forty minutes and then she's playing back in pointing out which parts are good songs writing lyrics putting them in a binder and she's of collating songs in this binder in that binder actually is taken to the extra week sessions and becomes pretty important when they tried to find the closing number for the mmhmm cnn great quota which is being amused as thankless job and the pay is lousy yeah and that quote really hits me i mean of course it is you know it's they really fell into that relationship where she's on the album covers she's writing the liner notes you know turning their life into a fairytale and it's easy to lose track of what's real when you start to do that with someone you know she told me that when she is brian girl over the ray of the pa at a grocery store she tried to get out of there the other relationship or among the other relationship said van morrison had going at that time was a friendship with peter wolfe and peter wolf ended up being quite a colorful source for you for your original article and for this book explain all that worked and also who peter wolf is for your well everyone knows peter wolf is the singer for the guy was banned you know legendary band there from boston here and peter at the time was in a band called.
"janet planet" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Well right i mean in and this took a long time to piece together and figure out but you know eventually i learned that him and his new wife janet planet kinda fled new york to boston because they had a bang records contr act that was bad just from a money point of view but also bang records had some unsavory soci it's connected with the mob and some of those people are starting to smash cars over van ted and leave bullet holes in his hotel door so they decided maybe let's get outta here so i guess you know the best estimation is that a manager named richard brought them here because he was just operate independently kinda threw him a lifeline it was an unlikely place for them to go or try to rebuild a career which is what he did here but you know early nineteen sixty eight they moved to green street in cambridge and right up through the end of august when he starts making the record the he has that address here in a lot happen here you actually spoke to the short mobster in question what happened there carmine waffled annoying rip i visited him at his apartment in manhattan he answered i cold call them you answered the phone hello city morgue so i was like okay i think he's got a sense.
"janet planet" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To be smart newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty would you put the radio on sure turn into a radio show it's a beautiful night jay talking with bradley jay wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz kind of talking about music and maybe your favorite band of the eighties and i was searching around looking for the wbz and lunchtime shows and what pops up is a couple at the channel jon butcher axis was is that the channel we're talking nine hundred eighty five nineteen eighty six and a lot of a lot of shows let a great shows that bring back memories channel nineteen eighty six and also some names for example much nine nineteen ninetysix gregg allman and dickey betts in france naked prey with dj janet planet who was juanita i believe and there's another already march eighteen nineteen eightysix reggae sunsplashed was black who dj tammy heidi they this some good gigs there later on they had a to at some point they had a tuesday night new music night somebody else stopped doing it and i started doing it as a sweet gig every tuesday we here's another one february twenty one nineteen.