17 Burst results for "Jesse Johnson"

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"Were similarly intense. It wasn't no contact but it was. These things are off limits in our relationship. Like and and i will say that my story is a little bit different than yours i had to create outer boundaries because my inner boundaries. Were not clear it was that i was not strong enough on the inside. Clear enough on the inside Knowing how to handle the energy emotion the conversation that ask. I didn't know how to not be the child who just said yes or not be the adolescent that just said f you and so i had to set clear boundaries. These topics are off limits. And that was you know respected because there was a consequence to the you know the clinton clean boundary. There needs to be a consequence to if you break that boundary and that was hard for my mother. I think she felt Like that meant that. I didn't love her yet. And i had to experience how painful it was to have your mother feel like you didn't love her right. And all those sort of wrong eros blame eros guilt arrows. That come with that in and had a learn internally how to manage that in that was incredibly powerful experience because i have been doing it unlike a slightly different story. I'm like you. I felt like i had been doing that in all these other areas of my life but this one area was this blind spot for me and i really needed to to clean that up and become stronger there and i think that boundary has helped and i have slowly been testing probably without enough conscious agreement. You know articulated agreement. But i've been slowly testing what it's like to allow a little bit more in that realm. It's been two or three years now right and and it's not a testing a sure enough. It's a testing of her. How does she show up. But fundamentally it's a it's a testing of me back to the point that we talked about earlier which was like. Can i take personal responsibility. Can i be in this conversation and not blame. Can i not make her wrong. And in sometimes i succeed in. Sometimes i don't and that's been really fascinating to watch.

two three years one area clinton
"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"Could've stayed there and been justified and fought for that story and there would have been lots of people who agreed with me but it wasn't taking me anywhere and i wasn't where liberation was or freedom was no there was no progress at all. This is the hugh sesame before that reminded me of this. Most people would rather be right than have they want so there was that turning point where before the money before the growth in the business before this kind of feeling called to live our purpose unloving together a little bit here but i think this is fair that we were still kind of operating with our mothers. At least in this. I would rather be right. I would rather be right that this relationship is just this way. Then have what. I want which is actually have no exceptions. There are no exceptions in my life. I have healthy positive loving relationships period. They're not perfect. They're not always comfortable. But i'm not gonna make an exception anywhere. I'm not going to be like we'll because you're my relative or because you're this special person are because we have history with you. Ll be toxic. No under no circumstances will i jesse johnson bring the toxic parts of myself and the primary offering relationship. I will not do that and now sometimes go ahead. No no no no. Do you feel like you still have toxic parts of yourself and do you sometimes bring that to the relationship. I think some challenge as the i like not as the first conscious giving right but yeah they they. Just i'm gonna just raise both hands okay. You know. I'm not just going to raise one hand. But i'm gonna raise both hands that like. There's i've gone through so much growth. And i've taken so much responsibility and sometimes i still sue. You said something. Just a moment ago i was like and it just. I don't own it right. You said i'd rather be right than have what i want. And i'm like oh look at that. It just triggered something in my relationship and i was like. Oh that's.

jesse johnson both hands hugh sesame one hand first lots of people
"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"Talked to her all the time. Talk to her about everything in anything. There weren't any boundaries of what i wouldn't talk to her about. I assumed that i would talk to her about anything. And everything and i get annoyed her and wanted more boundaries. I wanted to feel less obligated. I wanted to feel like more free. But i don't think i had it in my mind that that thing to be aware out i was complaining about it but not really believing it. Whatever change like it was like and it was about the obligation to share to. I didn't make the connection yet. I just felt. I felt emotionally responsible for everyone in my life at that time but my mother and father in particular and so i was constantly like really from the time teenager kind of asking them. I knew liberate me from this responsibility. Can you can you tell me that. I don't have to take care of you. I don't think i actually said those words that kind of thing. It should have been a lot of different ways and it took me now. I can say probably about twenty five years to realize that that's something that no one could give me so is going after them looking for permission to be myself to prioritize myself to take care of myself just to give some credit to my parents. I'm pretty sure they both. It leads some of the time. We're like shooter jess like be free. You know like it wasn't it's not like there was such unconscious toxicity. That i i had to do it all myself. And i think that's important to say like both my parents are therapists. They're incredibly conscious loving people. They're really smart. They're incredibly fun and interesting people there like i feel so blessed to have had them as parents end. I was carrying around all kinds of baggage. I had associated with them in that. I do believe kim down through lineage. it's not like. I just made up the idea to get dependent in this way from came from.

both about twenty five years
"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

04:02 min | 6 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"The hasn't happened. It has happened in now. What and now. What and i think that. That's that was the first decision for me the been many decisions but that was the first decision that i had to make was victim freedom and and that's like you could save victim personal responsibility but like i choose freedom okay and personal. Personal responsibility is always the door to freedom. Always the pathway. The free always yes. Yeah i think this conversation. It's like of course deep conversation of just want to emphasize that i feel. I really feel like there's a lot of misconception about exactly the thing that you were just naming and the truth of trauma and that it happened in like what we're talking about as Speak for myself. I am not an expert in trauma that is not what i'm here to serve and support. I think it's really important to work on trauma in its own right and that it deserves that attention in the everyone's healing different. Whatever that looks. Like what i feel you and i am. You're talking about when it comes to personal responsibility and freedom is an entirely independent conversation. It is not a replacement for that trauma. Healing is not meant to in any way diminish or address. What's happening over here. As i'm saying i think i'm just reiterating what you just said. But it feels important to reiterate it. Because i get from people that i really trust and respect. I get a lot of misconceptions around this. That prevent them from actually hearing what we're talking about. And i really wanna make a big a lot of space for those to be two separate conversation so you and i one that expert in having okay. So let's let's have a question and then let's dive into our actual experience said that we can give people the context for from which we are talking about all these sort of theoretical concepts. Okay so the the first thing that i want to just play off of what you just said is a really a question and i don't know that i have an answer to this but i'm interested in your answer is do you think the trauma work has to start. I like do you think you have to do it. Sequentially like trauma. I and then the personal responsibility in your life work that we're talking about the happen concurrently. Can you do the personal responsibility. I and the trauma worked second the great question. I also don't feel like. I have like the definitive answer. I think that.

first decision second two separate first thing
"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"There's no secret. Shame my mother. That i'm hiding or preparing to reveal here. It's really about me. And the gross. That i have been called to experience that my relationship with my mother highlighted. So hello everyone. In unstoppable women podcast land. Welcome to a conversation. That i'm having with my business best. He if you will one of my best friends in the whole entire universe she holds an incredible place in my heart in my soul. She is part of me and her name is jesse johnson. And i'd like to welcome her to the the show. She is also someone who has a parallel path to my path in terms of business journey. And she's been on this. This podcast once before. And i encourage you will put the episode in the show notes. I cannot remember what episode that is. But it's worth listening back to because we had a rollicking good time is really good and anyways we both. We both were coming of age together. There's i think like a decade of actual age between us that being said our business paths. We started in the same year and we'd got to the next level and the next level and the next level right on track with each other in. We didn't actually meet each other at the beginning of that journey but we met each other halfway through partway through and instantly glommed onto the fact that this person could get us okay and and that that friendship has changed evolved explored. But it's always been really really super solid and one of the things that we have in common is not the exact relationship with our mother but complicated really a complicated relationship with each of our mothers and although she and i have not talked about it in extraordinary. We've sort of talked about it occasionally. It's come as part of other conversations. I thought it would make a fabulous topic for mother's day which is coming right up. We plan to release this right before mother's day in and so that is our our topic. Today is jesse and i talking about our relationships with our mothers which have been beautiful and loving enjoys and complicated also and how that has affected.

jesse johnson Today mother's day jesse one both things unstoppable women each best friends
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"As always.

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Feeling like i can just float around the room right now. It's hard not to just do a little dance in your pants when you listen to that stuff dude. If you are listening to this podcast and you saw the time. Perform live in the eighties. Please tell us about it on twitter. I would love to know what that must have been like. Because if they've got a ten minute track on their record they must have had some amazing jam sessions. I would imagine i would imagine. Maybe not maybe they were super polished and like stuck to the record. But would you have that much talent on stage. I can't imagine they've not doing some improv. And stuff like that. You know what i mean. Especially when you have. Jesse johnson Doing guitar work like that. Yeah well in And purple rain dude. During the jungle of performance morris day asks like. Where's my mirror or something like that and some guy just brings out a huge like very ornate mirror and just holds in front of him so he can comb his hair up onstage during the song. Oh man see. I hope they did that kind of stuff. I mean that could have been just a gimmick for the movie. But i'm sure they did. Yeah the same and then the guy with the mirror just turns to face the crowd and does a little dance jig in sync with terresa. The bama's along with the song did the what happened to that. Kind of showmanship man. Yeah anyway love it. All right If you wanna hear more of our shows you can find us on our website. No filler podcasts dot com. We can find every episode in our catalog going back to episode one. Every episode has a show notes page dedicated page to the show where we have our track list so any song that was played on on an episode. You find it on the show notes. Page any Resources that we You out of your fucking mind reminded how i should leave that emmett travis just recently got to kitties and they are confined in the room with them law. We're recording this. So and i guess they must have killed. Travis took him down so yeah they just knocked over an old. I mac computer here that don't use. Oh my gosh dude anyway. Well if that doesn't wreck my ears. When i listened back to it. I might leave all that ended. I would imagine that that's going to look like a huge sound wave on my according here now you were talking about our show notes. Yeah let me take over for. You doesn't let me take over yet. So no filler. Podcasts dot com. Where you can find our show notes. We are also on the pantheon. Podcast network pantheon. Podcasts dot com. It is a music centered. Podcast network filled with dozens of awesome music. Podcasts within the network we are happy to be part of the family again. That's pantheon podcasts. Dot com and also again. Thanks to pantheon. Sponsor ak g for supporting the show and you can also find us on twitter at no filler. Podcast send us a tweet. Let us know what you've been hearing lately really share share music that you've been listening to as start a dialogue about minneapolis sounder other bands. That you like that fall into this category. That's what we're all about sharing and listening to music with with other people so jump on twitter and get a conversation going with us. We will be giddy as schoolboys. No joke We'll probably jump up and down with excitement if if you send us a tweet and that's it so again next week we will be jamming system blood orange pretty stoked about that. Data can't wait. That's gonna be fun And until then thank you.

Jesse johnson Travis next week twitter ten minute eighties Dot com minneapolis dozens com episode one day travis emmett pantheon morris terresa
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"So it's interesting that like he doesn't really highlight his guitar skills all that much on on this record. He doesn't on on this one. Like i feel like these are more like dialed in like pop songs. They're shorter than the the stuff he was doing in the time. I wonder if he was if that was you know a directive from the record label. 'cause i mean you think about that. Prints sounds like prince formed the time so that he could experiment More with his music. Just have this other band performance. Right right so i wonder if jesse was like you know if he got this record deal with the expectation that it would be a little bit more like packages or whatever you know more polished and stuff. He did arrange an produce this record himself so he was the producer of it. Okay but let me. I will say this So in nineteen ninety six. He released an album called bare my naked soul and it straight up rock. It's okay so little over ten years later. He is doing Now i think that's the only one that's like that but yeah berman. Naked soul is straight up. Good solid rock cranking up the distortion kind of feels like. I don't know who who came first. But it's very lynn kravitz vibes. That kind of stuff. Now that someone. I know nothing about it. When it lenny kravitz like start his journey. I don't know man you know i've never been. I loved him. The hunger games. I'll say that But i haven't really been. Let's put it this way. i. I've never been a big fan of the singles that he put out. Your never had any reason to dig a little deeper to. He's been around since eighty five as far as like records go. I would love to listen to some of his stuff in the eighties. Let's do they said that. why not. let's do it. Maybe maybe we'll dig into that a little bit. So i mean that's all i got for jesse johnson dr. Do you wanna do a little sneaky. Piquionne here recovered next. Because i'm pretty excited about diving into this guy. And i think it pairs really well with jesse johnson and the minneapolis sound so Next week we are talking about an artists that goes by the name blood orange. his is deb. Heinz and this is. I mean to me he. His music is the next evolution of the minneapolis. Sound yeah i think so he is. It is exactly. There's no new wave necessarily although there's a song that features laundy in it right which is a a a new wave band Maybe we'll play that song But anyway i guess. I should say debbie harry blondie but you know what i mean but anyway it is it is our mb funk and electronic with sort of an indie rock sound and he's really got like you said man he's carrying the the the prince torture think really. Well yes absolutely. And so yeah. It's a perfect album and artists to cover after talk about princeton jesse johnson at the time. And all that stuff. Because this is it. Like if you're if you're looking for a modern group the sounds like these guys this is this is him. It's deb heinz for sure so yeah. I don't know if we're going to pick if we're going to do one album or or cover just a few songs like spread out. 'cause he's done he's been doing this. Since two thousand and eleven i remember covering coastal grooves earliest featuring some songs from coastal grooves. Back in our our music blog days. When we ran no filler. I always get the next step a new dust the name of our indie music blog i very distinctly remember Doing some stuff From blood orange. Back in two thousand eleven. So our buddy. Josh that started the that blog with us was a big probably still is a big blood orange fan. Coastal grooves. cupid deluxe shows up on notre. Well demon i said it did a nudist. I meant to say well while it also shows up on because the the showed up Blood orange showed up in our our top one hundred songs of the two thousand. Ten's do he makes it on the top. Ten list of the twenty ten. Yeah and he also makes the top top one hundred. So you know because i remember if our gregory our top one hundred list. We could not have any singles on it in our top ten. We allowed ourselves to do singles but yeah asong from like you just said a song. Cuban deluxe was on our top ten of twenty ten and then a song from freetown. Sound showed up in our top one hundred. We should clarify top ten of the twenty the entire decade exactly. So we're big fans of this guy big fans and i think we'll probably do kinda that exact thing we'll cover just a few songs different songs. I'll try to pick different songs than what we what we have already played or have featured in some way or another on no filler justice. Sort of mix it up a little bit but Yeah i love what he does man. He's he's great he's amazing anyway So yeah that's next week and then we're going to keep on ongoing here. Well yeah and then. Hey let's remind everyone to so after blood. Orange couple of weeks now will be our second full length. What you heard episode. So i guess we should bring that up again. We're we're no longer doing are what you heard at the end of each episode. That's where we bring a song each that we've heard inbetween recordings for twenty twenty one. We are bringing handful of songs each per month and doing it as an entire episode. So it's like a what you heard format for an entire episode. And the first one i thought was a lot of fun dude. I think we brought some some great tunes. I thought it was entertaining. So we're gonna keep it's a blast to. I can't wait for the next one. i can't win. I mean kind of like we said if it's not obvious by now We just love sharing music with people what we've been doing for over a decade like we just mentioned which is crazy. think about. Yeah we covered blood orange on our music blog a decade ago. So we've been doing this for a long time all right Yeah so. That's that That was mr jesse johnson and I mean between his stuff on And the stuff from the time. It's like i'm just.

bare my naked soul Josh jesse johnson Piquionne next week twenty Next week eighties one hundred songs twenty ten Heinz each episode a decade ago one album twenty twenty one first one Blood orange blood orange gregory berman
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"So her.

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Does good girl to know. Why wouldn't you. I'll do best dead guy. What's new dan a look..

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"A few certainties in life. Yeah one of them is. This ban must have been an absolute blast to see live. I mean i can't even imagine dare stace. Presence is obviously amazing cure. Here's something that we gotta talk about. Okay if you're a fan of kevin smith and any of the stuff that he does. And i think it's an understatement to say that you are a kevin smith fan. I the funny thing about that is that i'm more of a fan of the The people that his his buddies his buddies. Yeah yeah yeah anyway The time showed up in jay and silent. Bob strike back doing performance at an after party. Do they do this. Song is i. Don't know what song they do but That's cool. But i all i know is like i recognize. I was looking at trying to figure out. How like why recognized morris day and it's because he shows up in that bill cole with the time whereas i mean whether that's going crazy jane silent bob strike back came out in two thousand one like i don't know why that's here's the thing kevin smith like if he throws if he throws anybody into his film or any band or anything like that. That means that he's a fan of that group. Or right or i safe to say. The kevin smith was is a fan of of the time. Yeah that's that's kind of like with the john hughes if if you were gonna show up an drown hughes film. Chances are it's because he's a fan of your music which that's a great segue because jesse johnson has syria. Did and jesse johnson's revue has kind of a cameo. If you will in pretty in pink. We played that song in our premium pink episode. And we're going to play it as long again. Sorry if you're going to hear it again. Sorry 'cause i just love the song and it's a non single so it's fair game But yeah so. Jesse johnson splits. I want to say that the time kind of splitting apart was mutual. You know like no bad blood From what i read. But jesse johnson's started doing his own stuff. So this is just more of the same. That funky mini minneapolis sound. I wanna put another in their dude. Minneapolis minneapolis minneapolis But yeah so in the and there's a record store that's featured quite a lot in pretty in pink they all hang out at Molly ringwald character works there and one of the posters on the wall is the. It's a poster of the album art jesse johnson's revue and he just fall out of your chair. Now mccafe's reckon shit would have been funny dude a here ago. The song there's a jesse johnson song called get to know you. That is on the pretty in pink soundtrack. Not the biggest fan of that one Anyways needless to say john hughes was a big fan of jesse johnson and he was a fan of jesse johnson's revue So let's dive right into a track from that album so again. I don't have that much to say about his solo stuff other than he fucking killed it with his army the or more needed Yeah did everything about this record. Man the the cover. Oh dude i've got it right here. Man i've been i've been looking at it. Yeah like the the. The the aesthetic of the covers is perfect. Yeah and it just uses that that minneapolis cool. You.

Jesse johnson jesse johnson kevin smith Minneapolis get to know you john hughes Molly ringwald one Bob hughes pretty in two thousand minneapolis mccafe syria jane cole single morris
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"I mean that's not even a so. You faded out. Yeah so. I mean that's what's great about About the minneapolis sound right. Yeah exactly prince's a sound here the the he cultivated. It's like else. Are you going to hear a guitar. Solo like that in a funk song you know or or a new wave song right yeah dude and i'm glad you say that because i'm going to read off a list here of distinguishing characteristics. So yeah it's a form of funk but here's what makes the minneapolis sound so. The synthesizers replaced the horns And their use more as accent than as phil or background. The rhythm is often faster and less syncopated than traditional funk. Owed much to the new wave sound guitars while usually played clean for rhythm. Parts were frequently much louder and more aggressively processed during solos than in traditional funk. The bottom of the sound was less bass heavy than traditional funk. Drums and keyboards filled more of the bottom and the drums were more highly processed than in traditional funk. It's just cool man. it's just a cool sound. Like they were saying they had a whole song about it. They called it cool. Is anybody hot. Didn't think so because are cool. Yeah they didn't have to explain it to us but in case anybody was confused. They're like hey we're gonna spill it out for you. So the time really skyrocketed after prince starred in the movie purple rain. now i'm gonna Admit my ignorance here dude. Now moments afraid to admit this. I've never watched pro-russian. Well i haven't either. But i so i knew. The purple rain was an album of princess. But it didn't realize that it was a soundtrack to a movie called purple rain This is a shahriari ignorance about prince. But yeah did they make an album around the movie or did they make the movie or on. Their album was a music written. I purple Per purple rain was supported with its soundtrack of the same name. So prince wrote the songs for the movie he plays a character called the kid loosely based off himself. You know accu- let's just let's just tell it like it is. The purpose of the film was to sell records. That's why they sure they just through all of these bands on. They're all under the same label. Rare weren't these all thirty warner bros. Yeah says here dude. Purple rain was developed to showcase prince's talents and the film contains several concert sequence and distributed by warner brothers. Hello yeah so so so. There isn't that i brought. That up is because the you know once that this movie came out and it did really well actually The time they fucking skyrocketed and one of the songs featured in the film by the time was co written by jesse johnson. So that's the reason. I bring it up because this is a little bit of what jesse johnson was able to bring to the table. As far as like song writing skills go some. We're gonna play a little bit of that and then we're gonna get to jesse johnson's revue the songs great dude. I don't know if you've heard it before you may have but again so. This is the time the song that was featured in purple rain. It shows up in their album. Ice cream castle from nineteen eighty-four. The song is called jungle. Love.

jesse johnson purple rain Ice cream castle one of the songs Purple rain bros. russian thirty minneapolis jungle warner -four nineteen eighty
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Song is.

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:01 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Unique. You know it's awesome did so. This is all around the same time late seventies early eighties so in detroit they were mixing funk with synth pop but like with a more. Disco bend yeah. Minneapolis sound with prince and bands. Like the time Morris day who's the lead singer of the time but they were all kind of throwing that funky stank on new wave. Do what a fucking awesome. So like i know man you know. I feel like the word. Fusion doesn't get used or does get used but for a very specific fusion to me. I was think of jazz rock fusion. But it's safe to say that that the fusion of all of these genres right for sure. Yeah it is. It is a sub genre of funk. Yeah and i'm going to read this straight. Pull the straight from kapadia but this is a pretty great summary of it and they're just going to jump right into our first song so actually not no. let's play let's play a song i Okay so i'm going to play a couple of songs from the time so jesse. Johnston played lead guitar for the time again. They were all brought together by prince. Prince was longtime childhood friends with morris day who's lead singer in the time so jesse johnson didn't really he. He wrote a few songs. Co wrote a few songs for the time but really just want to show off the minneapolis. Sound if you're not familiar with it yet. So i'm gonna play a song from their second studio album. Called what time is it. Do all of their song names have the word time in it. Not know but he he pretty much like at least once in a lot of songs. Ask what time it is like. What time is it all right. So i've got a couple of clips to play here. So this is a song again off of their second studio album. What time is it from. Nineteen eighty to the song is called seven.

morris day jesse johnson Johnston first song second studio album minneapolis Minneapolis Morris late seventies early eighties jesse seven Co once least songs couple of songs lot Nineteen kapadia eighty
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:40 min | 9 months ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"That fill the space between the singles on our favourite records. My name is gwen. Forgot my brother travis with me as always and today we are covering jesse johnson and his album from nineteen. Eighty five jesse. Johnson's revue travis. Do you have your pop filter brother. yes i do. Have my my pop filter on cue. Thank you for checking. Yeah just just making sure you because yeah. I think i don't know maybe a couple of episodes ago. I went half the show without my popular on probably. The the vast majority of people didn't notice but Myers offended when ellison back to i mean. I'm just kidding. There's thank you sometimes. If you have if you have just your standard run of the mill microphone. A puffier filter. Could go a long way. Yeah did for sure. But there are companies out. There that make microphones you just plug it in and your your voice sounds buttery smooth just all of a sudden you know what i mean. Towns mind sounded better today. Well that's what i was gonna say. I mean what. I was trying to figure out you is what is going on with your voice lately. 'cause it sounds amazing right now like did you. I mean what did you get a new microphone or what i mean. I know the answer to this question. I did man we got we got the hookup The pantheon podcast network. Just got sponsored by ak g. man. They've got this awesome. Podcasts essentials. Kit comes with headphones and mike. And it's a it's a real beauty did looks amazing. It's sexy man. It's a sexy miami. Let's put it this way If we knew about this bundle when we first started out. Yeah it's a no brainer. You know what. I mean as far as like. Oh yeah you want to start your own podcast. You wanna start. Maybe recording some some songs on the side. Are you like an amateur musician or something like that. Grab yourself this this this bundle right here. it's perfect it's it's a it's a microphone in its high quality headphones. And it's a g yet. Ak g is is relied upon by the world's top recording studios concert stages for over seventy years. Well yeah dude. My dad my dad. Our dad when i sent him a picture the mike and he said oh. Yeah i used to have a naked at that dude. What more do you need to know our dad. If you haven't listened to some of our previous episodes where we have on. He used to be a radio. Dj and like. What more do you need to hear. You know that's what professional. Broadcasters rely on. Eric edgy microphones and you can get yourself. The podcast essential kit for a pretty pretty affordable price. Yeah dude and the kid also comes with able to live light. It comes with the the latest edition. Which is what. I used to to mix and edit our show so like really does come with everything you need to start a pocket that's cool. It's awesome yeah all right. Let's talk about like you said right at the beginning men and that song that you chose to play us in I mean if you're not stoked. I don't know what's going to stoke you you know. I just love the this kind of music and It's hard not to tap your feet you know and just start getting into the groove here man so song was be your man which is one of the singles jesse johnson's debut solo record again. It's called jesse. Johnson's view So before he did solo stuff. Jesse johnson was in a band called the time. You ever heard of them dude. I don't believe. I have actually talking about the time before. Yeah we have so. He was so he was in a group with prince. No so i so yeah. Here's what i found him. Because i was wrong. I thought prince was in time okay. prince was the guy that pulled this group together and formed the band. Okay so here's what happened as per a clause in prince's contract with warner brothers. He was allowed to recruit and produce other artists for the label first off. I don't know how how common that is. But talk about an awesome. Like bonus for prince like. He's like all right. I'll sign with a record label. But you gotta give me freedom to bring artists that i know and produce albums i mean if you're the record label that's a no brainer to make us. I'm a taste maker. You know i'm prince. I know what i'm doing. Yeah i have a great taste for for what's hot right and i'm gonna make you guys a bunch of money if you let me bring my friends in to record music i mean. Yeah if you're the record label like that's a. That's a no-brainer. Yeah yeah so something. I didn't really know about and actually while we're at it. Let's talk a little bit about detroit tech now and i'm going to bring us back around. Okay i'm curious how you tie tightly to ends together so we had a message from a listener on twitter Couple of weeks ago when we posted our andy stott episode That kinda pointed us in the right direction and revealed to us that the techno genre came out of detroit. I coulda sworn up and down that it was somewhere over in like sweden or something that technique originated from but it was detroit and it was kinda stemmed from a bunch of dance clubs around the late seventies. Early eighties started spinning. A bunch of disco records There were a few. Dj's in detroit that were playing a bunch of funk alongside like seventh pop like Craft work and stuff like that and these young. Dj's in detroit started kinda mixing and scratching disco records in kind of throwing their own beats on it. Basically that's how technical was born So i didn't know about this genre of funk rock it's called the minneapolis sound which is basically pioneered by prince minneapolis sound is funk rock mixed with synth pop r and b and new wave. That's why the sounded so.

jesse johnson Jesse johnson Johnson Myers twitter gwen ellison over seventy years today sweden Eighty five one Couple of weeks ago first eighties travis around the late seventies mike time seventh pop
"jesse johnson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"They never made it out of Minneapolis. Some of them made it out because Jesse took a couple folks with him, and when he did his band Jesse Johnson Review. The Peterson Peterson's How many Peterson's were there? A lot yeah. That was the that was the musical family up there. I mean just so much talent. You know but there were, but there were other ones, too. and I'm just kind of I'm blanking on names and stuff, but there was a lot of talent, but because they didn't. They were very comfortable, so they had no reason to try to think outside of getting out of Minneapolis or anything like that like we were. So a Lotta? Great sounded up there that people didn't know about until like I say until that time when Jesse picked up a few people and I'm trying to Margaret. Cox Who's actually tomorrow Margie? But yeah but Margaret Cox was insanely talented. You know so as a singer, so yeah, people like that so when? Can I assume that Funky town was the first. At least indication that an escape could be made or something could happen. Is That just like a fluke? One off in your eyes? Wolfer US You. Know Prince was the example that you could make because he prince was like before phone. I've forgot yeah. funky Townsley seventy. But. Foggy town was eighties, and that was you know at the height of the disco craze? And when it was actually when disco was being played on the radio, not only in the clubs, but actually the format because I remember we had a radio station up there that went from a rock format to a disco format, which was very controversial. But but disco was hot at that point in time, but we we thought. Did you grow up listening on like what were you listening to greater me? Yeah, well, there was nothing but pop radio up there. I grew up as a kid. My earliest memories were always You know I always love the harmony groups. I loved across America. Yeah you know that kind of stuff bread. that was I mean to this day. That's the way I. Stack my harmonies. Because of the way they sang those songs back then a little bit later. In Life I, liked like around the time Terry I was really into Chicago. That was that was my favorite band. Ever you know and Terry both loved them and interior. Then turned me onto when I met him, he turned me onto earth, wind and fire tower power new birth. I met -Tarian Seventy two. Okay, yeah, so we're talking last days and time. Earth Wind Fire and music in my mind. Stevie wonder you know. These were the album's. Terry turned me onto those. Black Radio, you didn't have no black radio experience at a ten twelve..

Jesse Johnson Terry Peterson Peterson Margaret Cox Minneapolis Prince Stevie Margie America Chicago
"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"jesse johnson" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Now coming in with his two hundred career NASCAR victory in the top three series trucks. Xfinity and Cup getting victory number two hundred. Cowboys you're gonna hit a milestone like that you're gonna be at the top of my list because like NASCAR or not. So Kyle Busch coming in at number one on my list. And I think rightfully so I do I will mention though, my boy Jesse Johnson. You don't hear me history? Short-course Jimmy Johnson's younger brother Jesse posted up something on on his Instagram feed over the weekend. And I do I pull it up right now. I didn't have it up. But I'm I'm gonna pull this up because we got some time. I kinda ran through these a little bit quicker than I thought. I would so Jesse Johnson fifteen. All right. So. This is great. And I will all all all adapt it because it was from five days ago, so sixteen seasons. In NASCAR Kabushiki collected fifty one. We're talking Cup here. Fifty one wins. Which would actually be fifty two wins now with his win. This weekend's a fifty two wins would be a hundred eighty four top five hundred sixty nine top tens fifteen. Eight fifty laps led one championship. Right. So laughs lead and stuff like that. But fifty something wins. Right. So Jimmy Johnson in his first sixteen seasons of Cup. Jimmy just runs Cup. He doesn't run everything else. They call Bush eighty wins two hundred eighteen top five three hundred thirty top tunes. Eighteen thousand four hundred forty nine laps led seven championships. And I will put the asterik next to seven championships because it could be nine he finished second in the championship twice. So it could be total nine championships. Both of those are all those went down to the wire. So Jesse Johnson's like all this fuss over Kyle Busch. Jimmy Johnson's actually had a better sixteen seasons in Cup than Kyle Busch. Yes. No. Did not gonna argue man. I completely agree. Jesse johnson. Thank if you just look at Cup. Jimmy Johnson is the goat. Actually, I think Jimmy Johnson's gonna factor into the greatest of all time period. When you talk about Cup by the time. He retires Richard petty was complete different era. You can say what you want about petty. I love Richard petty. But. It's just just the truth of the matter. I mean NASCAR now is completely different than NASCAR. Then that's not taking anything away from the king, Richard petty. Nobody's going to do that. But to think that Richard petty this era would get two hundred wins. No, I it's not it's not going to happen. So yeah, I think Jimmy Johnson definitely want all said and done. He's going to go down in the books is one of the greatest of all time. If not the heck retired today. He'd already in that conversation like hands down like no, no question about it. So, but yeah for this week, regardless Kabua's two hundred two hundred I guess, national I guess the top three divisions national series for NASCAR wins. That's a legit. It's legit number. We're going to put Kabua's right there at the top of the list for power rankings support this week. But I did like that comparison with an and if you're NASCAR fan. Tune in here. Your input on here. You know what I mean? What what do you? What do you guys rank higher? Jimmy Johnson's career Cup Cup career or cow Bush's career with the three NASCAR national series. I don't know. Like, I don't know. What would you rank higher? You know, what I mean, obviously, the premier division and be like counting. Minor league stats for a baseball player. I'd say I probably have to defer to Jimmy Johnson on this one. I don't know. It's kind of kind of what I'm thinking. But I I don't know. That's interesting off road. You do you count. Only rob max trophy truck wins. But he count rob max two hundred wins and everything else..

Jimmy Johnson Jesse Johnson NASCAR Cup Richard petty Kyle Busch NASCAR Kabushiki Xfinity Bush baseball Kabua five days