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"jim morrison" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Mini -dress and Hal mixing hilarity with hip thrusts in his spray -on Jim Morrison rock star sex cod black leather pants that that takes a long time to paint those on him and a long time for the jaws of life to get them yeah so you're welcome now for more glad tidings on the year Rosenberg in the Atlantic writes the that essential underlying netanyahu support has collapsed in Israel and predicts he will never be elected prime minister again polling backs that up it is called the end of netanyahu he sold israelis a story about their turned out not to be true who better speaking of comedy rock stars than Ben Glebe who we've dying been to get on the show who joins us now good morning Ben Glebe hello good morning Stephanie Miller not since I spoke Hebrew to your mother and we fell in love on your couch at your birthday party have I been so excited to speak to you I really a big part of me wishes that you've never met my mom because he used to be in love with me yeah to you too and I'm an okay let's yeah those are the two I don't know either those things mean but it sounds like you don't love me anymore I do love you not like I love your mom but anyway I get it Ben you've just obviously been talking so passionately and intelligently about this because there are so are many I like mean oh it is amazing it's amazing people vaccine experts became Middle East experts overnight on on social media and just you said there can be no peace when territory or the territorial organization Hamas are the elected leaders of the Palestinian people and they and their financial backers in Iran want only the murder of innocent Jews and Israelis peace cannot exist when one side does not recognize the other side's right to exist let's start there so go ahead yeah I people having trouble doing the math on that but let me try to explain it again if one side doesn't want you to exist it's incredibly hard to negotiate the fine details of your peace agreement and people don't understand it and it's an incredibly confusing and scary thing to see how the world went on the one day when I'm on on Saturday feeling empathy for the horrible terror attacks that befell Israel to Sunday oh not it's okay to feel bad about the terrorist attacks and support the Israeli people now got it we're on the side of the terrorist organization that throws gay people off of buildings and women get thrown in jail for showing their nostrils and oh they're the people that are somehow the good guys and queers for Palestine are marching in New York in support of Hamas it's very very confusing because the Israeli people as you know have offered peace deals many times to the Palestinians and their leaders every time have pretended as though they are gonna make a deal and then just last -minute pull the rug out yeah it's very much you know Lucy pulling the football away from Charlie Brown only that comes with death and bombs and suicide attacks which really would automate the final edit in any Peanuts cartoon not a very heartwarming holiday vibe. feel I like Charles Schulz would have vetoed that last part um so that's the tragedy is that Israel gave up and has given land for peace before they got out of Gaza a long time ago but the tragedy is Hamas they haven't had an election in 17 years right they Hamas took over as I keep making a point Hamas is not synonymous with Israeli people and obviously according to polling Ben as I was just mentioning a lot of Israeli people are not Netanyahu fans and I don't think he's going to survive this politically do you yeah I mean Hamas definitely is not all Palestinians Netanyahu is not all Israelis and and I'll get to your question in a second but I just wanted to make a political statement here first if I can I want Israel to end the occupation that it ended in 2005 re -end it end it again Stephanie and and and in fairness they did end the occupation in 2005 and they do still keep military control of the outside of the Israeli territories around it and the flow of goods in and out because they once again in Gaza are run by terrorists and if they didn't do that the terrorist would come in and would kill Israelis more is this hyperbole is this Jewish people beings being afraid look to two down Saturdays ago and you see they literally slaughter and kill and burn alive and so if they want that to end you just need an actual partner for peace and oh yeah let's remind everybody that there's also a crossing from Egypt into Gaza and they can do whatever they please but that crossing they don't let a free flow applies and don't let any people into Egypt hardly at all in fact Israel lets far far far more people from Gaza into the Israeli territory into Israel itself to work and live and thrive and so that's garbage will not be able to survive he will not he very unfortunately is the wrong leader for this time he was the wrong leader before this obviously which is why millions of Israelis were protesting him in the streets yeah he's a far -right crook like Trump I mean he's just you know I I I but I have to say one thing that you know kind of broke my this heart weekend is I feel like most experts Ben have said President Biden really could almost not have done a better job in this whole crisis you know in threading trying to thread this very difficult needle and I was reading a you know not just pro Palestinian you know protests as you were saying but that young Muslims saying they'll never vote for Biden they feel trade and I'm like how I feel like he has been incredibly even -handed while obviously so supporting our our strong support for Israel as he should and our condemnation of terrorist attacks it's just it's the politics on this are really confusing aren't they well it is this issue has always been the most confounding confusing issue and
A highlight from Ep.118 - Rewind to 1967: The Year That Changed Music Forever
"Well here we are episode 118 I think I think I forgot to list a few this might be like episode 120 or 121 I don't know I guess that's a good thing when you do so many you lose count anyway on this episode we're gonna be talking about the year in music 1967 and as usual I have the wrecking two in the house Mark Smith and Lou Colicchio of the music relish show very interesting yeah a lot happened sit back relax it's gonna be another two and a half hour podcast but we love it enjoy the show the KLFB studio presents milk rate and turntables a music discussion podcast hosted by Scott McLean now let's talk music enjoy the show yes let's talk music thank you Amanda for that wonderful introduction as usual welcome back my friends to the show that never ends welcome to the podcast you know the name I'm not gonna say it was streaming live right now over Facebook YouTube X formerly known as Twitter twitch D live and again I always I don't know how many other things and this podcast will be heard on every podcast platform yeah yeah 1967 so it was quite a year think you're in for a little little ride tonight yeah and you know who wasn't born in night oh he was three in 1967 marksmen from the music relish show good evening I was two years from being on this earth so you weren't even really thought of no you thought of it 67 think of that think of that yeah you weren't even thought of you weren't even like a sparkle in as they say in your father's eye there might have been the beginning of a sparkle who knows so let me see I'm looking at my is my screen still fuzzy on my end but I'm not even seeing it on YouTube right now I'm seeing it's live but I just got the image of the vinyl really yeah what the hell wait wait wait wait yeah no it's on it's on I see it I see it but my screen looks fuzzy right yeah that's how I'm seeing you from my end yeah what the hell let me check something here hold on okay let's do a little in show my you know that smooth little March of colors next to you when you open up the show yeah happy it's all like gone really weird I'm looking at this right let's go back to this see what happens I'm supposed to be in 1080 and I'm looking at it right now now you're sharp you just got sharp it goes back and forth it's a strange see like hearing yourself huh I guess I don't know what do a refresh here I'm playing it right Tom Benwald says it looks good patty says it's blurry that was in the beginning and it looks like it's sharp now so it goes back and forth you're starting to get blurry again it's strange got any storms down there no this this would this will drive me crazy now this is it's not supposed to be like this come on it's like a Grateful Dead show warts and all rice we're talking about 1967 there's no digital so it was still waiting for Luda come on so you know I'm going to do I hate doing this but I'm going to do it to you buddy what's that no don't cut me I'm not cutting you I'm gonna I'm gonna hit a refresh which might take me off the screen so the show is yours for about I don't know 60 seconds let's see what happens here let's see reload I'm gonna reload it so I'm going off the screen I guess it's time to advertise the music roll show with my friend Perry and my friend Lou we discuss opera we have fun how am I now you look better look yeah yeah looks better yep and I just advertised my podcast is that the opera I'll pay you I'll give you the money later on then I lose my this is like okay here we go you look better though all right good yeah good you know me I the technical stuff drives me crazy especially you know it's not only sound it has to be oh it's this is a live stream so it has to look yeah good and you don't want to drop out in the middle of the show no like me and Lou do once in a while race right let's see is the chat working let's see now I'm not seeing any I'm not seeing any comments so let me try this well sorry for the podcast listeners but I gotta get this shit right hey it's okay I should be seeing I should be seeing comments because people have already made three comments you over here maybe they're bored and they don't want to comment anymore no it's there it should be showing up on my screen over here right we know that my boss you busting balls only Bono does that let's see public so it should be getting huh this is crazy seven minutes in and I'm here we haven't done anything yet let me see send comment test I just sent a text to message I see I see you as I see mine okay good we're good we're good let me switch over to my other account and do the same thing I just want to make sure yes just our audience is bored they don't want to comment actually this is all Lou's fault yeah yeah always the you know I would probably lost the other comments is because I rebooted so hmm all right well you know what we're gonna start without Lou right as I say that as I say that does he have what does he what do you let's get the full screen nose is that why you were late you had to clean your nose and he's back in Paris again you brown nose er I've been a bad dog my laptop and he's back in pair you left here in Paris you must have left it back in the United States I did I left on the plane how you doing Lou I'm doing alright how are you guys doing well I just had a little technical difficulty and we blamed you because you weren't here so you left me alone and I had to talk opera with myself talked opera yeah rigoletto did you talk about rigoletto this time I'm just really boring you know I'm like all right this is why this is a two and a half hour podcast some of us have to work tomorrow all right here we go let's jump right into 1967 musical events in 1967 and the year kicks off right away with a bomb a bomb on January 4th the doors release can arguably one of the greatest debut records ever arguably if you had a top 25 greatest debut that albums would have to be in the top 10 it would have to be yeah you know if you had a top 50 that would have to be in the top 10 right even if you don't like them you have to say that was so ahead of its time oh it's so different nothing out there was like the needle and all you hear it kicks I mean fucking what a way to start an album it's a heavy song it with a bossa nova beat yeah I mean that's pretty clever yeah 67 so you know bossa nova was pretty hip again John Densmore over underrated underrated underappreciated I think you are you are so correct you know never gets the the the consideration that I I don't know you can't put him in greatest of all time but could he be okay if there's a top there's a top 25 drummer top 25 drummers is he in it good question and in rock we'll just say in rock I think he could be I could see him making so I don't know if he's a universal pick but I could see him on some list I mean he's something you'd have to think about like you said like it doesn't get noticed so much you know yeah yeah or it I mean although his drumming wasn't shy I mean he's jazzy as hell I heard um writers on the storm yesterday and his adjustment playing is great in his adjustments during the shows just for that yeah yeah the unpredictability of you know how the how the song was gonna go right because they could rehearse it all they want once Morrison got into that zone well in the drama keeps the beat right yeah yeah the drummer has to stay up with that yeah and played to the clown so to speak right you know and my my problem is if some of the clowns don't have the beat you know at one point they've got to give in like I said Morrison or even Dylan they'll set the tone but they've got to be steady themselves you know it's yeah otherwise it's just erratic but you know yeah guy like Dan's more I mean I had skill I had a lot of a lot of technical ability right feel yes cool so obviously his drums always sounded good yeah on the earlier on the other records even you know three years worth of music whatever I guess I would be who produced some Jack Holtzman was the producer did a good job Jekyll or now wait so no what was it Paul Rothchild yes yes yes I'm sorry Holtzman was he on the record company yeah yeah was that it was that chrysalis or chrysalis I think or just like yes that's a lecture a lecture weren't they on chrysalis though also I thought they were yeah maybe maybe chrysalis was a subsidiary but uh yeah Jack Holtzman's son is Adam Holtzman he's a keyboardist right now he plays with here we go Stephen Wilson but he does a little blog on Facebook and he talks about growing up and he was like six years old and his father brought him to a club to see the tour Wow at six years old he just talks about like yeah it's a great little blog Wow all right and four days later on January 8th Elvis Presley turned 32 on January 14th the human be in right the human be e -i -n human being takes place in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park polo fields with spoken words from Timothy Leary Allen Ginsberg Gary Snyder in others live music was provided by Jefferson Airplane the Grateful Dead Big Brother in the holding company and Quicksilver Messenger Service speeches from Jerry Rubin and others were also given at the event although it's one band there I liked yeah Quicksilver Messenger Service who was it on January 15th 1967 who is your favorite poet of all them I know you're not asking me Arthur Rimbaud who influenced Jim Morrison good answer good answer way to bring that first opening segment rough full circle we're getting better Scott we're good now you guys get a lot of good trust me I'm getting a lot of good feedback so let's keep it at that I don't want you son ask for more money and on January 15th 1967 the Rolling Stones appear on the Ed Sullivan show at Ed Sullivan's request finish it he asked them to let's spend sing let's spend some time together is that the one there you go yeah and then he told him a really big shoe I hate to do this I mean I come back on penalty box I don't say just he beat my record okay look he just got on the show after late and these are either he's stuck he's frozen put the dog nose back on where'd it go are you throw it at the camera like your headphones on January 16th 1967 the monkeys begin work on headquarters the first album to give them complete artistic and technical control over their material and it was fucking horrible fucking horrible what were they thinking they know they were thinking the egos got too big they thought they were the music well the argument can be made that you know Mike Nesmith did write different drum yeah so he could write songs but I don't think he was a pop songwriter you know headquarters and they try to be all fucking like 60 ish and shit they weren't looking for pop were they they're trying to be like more psychedelic yeah I think so there were their channel on the Beatles with those quirky little yeah with anti -grizzelles on that I don't know some weird shit I'll tell you what though I don't care about it myself but it was surely a harpsichord on it because that's what all those records had they had to have a harpsichord and I have the book this the 100 best -selling records of the 60s the monkeys got a they've had quite a few albums on there oh they do yeah they were they were but I mean I thought it was just a condensed period of the show which it probably was but it's still I mean they've got I mean most of their albums sold really well yeah yeah ah you like the show what's it is like the show I did I still like it I still love it I love that that that's so that humor is great like dumbed down brilliantly done though humor yeah way was what they were supposed to act like that yeah you know what I mean there was no like these guys are bad actors they knew exactly how to do that they pulled it off great it was campy it was great for its time it's still great to watch now yeah I do think that banana splits were a better band yeah that's I'll give you the banana splits were a kick -ass band yeah yeah kick -ass man did you see the movie recently came out it's a horror movie with the banana splits the banana splits movie it's a horror movie yeah yeah it takes place in an amusement park and they're they're robotic and in Dyson and slicing baby Dyson and slicing I have to say oh man that's yeah okay yeah Dyson and slicing it's good it's kids again campy movie but I couldn't not watch it yeah I have to say I'm sure Fleagle is a total psychopath well I'm not gonna give you any and no no no spoilers here those was it just Dyson and slicing on January 17 1967 the daily mail newspaper reports four thousand potholes in Blackburn Lancashire and Guinness air Tara Brown is killed in a car wreck these articles inspire lyrics for a day in the life a day in the life yes on January 22nd 1967 Simon and Garfunkel give live can't give a live concert at Phil harmonic Phil harmonic call in New York City some of this concert is released on October 4th 1997 on their box set old friends but most is not released until July 2002 that's some more okay January 29th mantra rock dance the quote ultimate high of the hippie era is organized at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco featuring Janis Joplin grateful dead big brother in the holding company for three Moby grape quirky that would've been interesting that's the best man that's the best as though for they're almost like the MC five kind of I think they were just kind of but they're they're a San Francisco band and beat poet once again Allen Ginsberg shows up to do his spoken word I heard he was a member of NAMBLA I wouldn't the National Association of Marlon Brando look -alikes I heard I'd someone I remember he actually he was a sponsor of NAMBLA but anyway on January 30th 1967 the Beatles shoot a promotional film for the forthcoming single strawberry fields forever at Noel Park in Seven Oaks have you seen it I have seen it I haven't seen it in a long time it's really cool yeah yeah it's kind of dark speaking of dark on February 3rd 1967 UK record producer Joe Meek murders is it his landlady and then commits suicide by shooting himself in the head in Holloway North in London it's kind of dark didn't he produce sleepwalk yes letter Telstar some early we talked we did it bit of a genius really yeah let's see February 7th Mickey Dolan's no let me stop February 6th Mike Nesmith and Mickey Dolan's of the monkeys fly into London Dolan sees till death do us part on British TV and uses the term Randy's scouse grit from the program for the title of the monkeys next single release Randy's scouse grit not releasing it is an offensive term Britain's British census forced the title to be changed to alternate title and then the next day Mickey Dolan's meets Paul McCartney at his home in st.
Pat Boone Has Always Been a Beacon of Wholesomeness
"Fascinating that at that young age, you were presented as this image of a wholesomeness and already in the 50s. Look, this is just the way of the world. The dark side is always attractive. And people don't understand what they're getting into. You know, you kind of think like, wow, Elvis Presley, the idea that he died of a drug overdose bloated Iraq at age 42. It breaks your heart. How many of those people they trod that path? And they died so young whether they were talking to Jimi Hendrix or anybody, any name, you know, Jim Morrison. I mean, on and on and on and on and you represent it obviously something very, very different. And The Rolling Stones and even The Beatles, if they were experimenting with drugs, they were very wealthy, and they could go to Switzerland and then have their blood transfused. Yes, Keith Richards famously had to get a blood transfusion because he was so loaded up with drugs. He's like, not a problem. I'll just go to some clinic in Switzerland, and we'll take care of that. Yeah, but kids were dying by the thousands following examples with the drugs that they couldn't afford to have their blood transfused. And people weren't even making well, there was a connection, but I mean, you know, you couldn't blame them for just sinking in their songs and living their lives the way they wanted to. But the fallout from it was too bad. It was very unfortunate. And of course, here I was had four daughters living in Beverly Hills and going to church regularly and riding bestselling books of Christian principles. And yet having rock and roll records at the same time. And so I was okay.
"jim morrison" Discussed on KCRW
"Scattered on dawn's highway bleeding Ghost crowd. The young trials fragile eggshell mind the poetry of Jim Morrison set to music by the Doors Ghost song from an American prayer, a posthumous release. Featuring the work the poetry the writings of Jim Morrison, who had intended to put some musical back into his poetry before he died. And even met with some composers, including Lalo Schifrin. But after his death, the Surviving members of the doors came together and recorded music to accompany the poetry of Jim Morrison Go song being one of those pieces, and it followed one from early James by request Blue Pill blues from singing for my Supper that came out last year. At the top of the pandemic. Rob Ickes and Tree Hensley with the fatal shore little bluegrass piece from world full of blues and Sierra Farrell, the see the new version of that song from her new album on rounder Called long time coming back in the set East Londoner Hack Baker with Venezuela rhythm and at the very top. Those Ricky read his project called the Room that features various collaborations. And in the case that we heard that was Saint Panther doing the vocals and writing And the song called Real Magic that began the set. You're with KCRW and Chris Doritos here for another half hour or so. Jason Kramer coming in at six o'clock. Remember, it's Kcrw's pledge drive right now are old fashioned pledge drive. Which simply means we look for your support to help key suit KCRW.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The stone riders on the stall and a little part of me is thinking that maybe he did go to paris just to get away from all of this as much as anything else. While some charges went away it was the other things that happened in the the stuff involving the faa in federal charges. That weren't going away. That really were hanging over him. Maybe that mattered a little bit in the move that he made. I'm not giving. Jim morrison a pass for his behavior on the flight. Or anything like that. Because i was totally unacceptable completely unacceptable and wrong then now and everywhere in between as a role on the same page. Yeah there's no way that we would be supporting that but at the same time. I don't have a problem with dude whipping his dick out on stage while he's performing now if you were to rub one out. I think that's a big problem but again. If you pay rigi allen show you know what you're getting if jim morrison singing and his penis happens to fall out of his trousers big deal. I think that Things are different. Now there's they are always changing different now than they were then and if you look at it they were trying to get something they could string him up by his genitals with and they found that the bigger stick was the federal charges of what happened on the plane. If you want to avoid these situations in life then as now don't do stupid shit on airplanes end of story and of the discussion and really maybe to some degree. So we kind of wrap up of the discussion about whether morrison left because the pressure. I'm sure that the pressure was pretty intense. Look at the legal problems he had. And i think he was smart enough to know that the federal charges were a hell of a lot worse than the miami dade county charges or the The new haven charges. Because those were local authorities versus flying on a flight from la to phoenix. I'm betting wing you found the fbi file. You thought this'll be anything to read and learn about not knowing that we'd be sitting here on the whole thing apart just taken apart this at the i. File is very revealing about what we were doing with our government and artists that were over or on the edge back then the same way or similarly to what was going on in uk and that may be the biggest thing that i take away from all of this also the fact that they were very on top of what was going on in quote unquote counter culture as they called it. So i'm sure the amount of f. b. i. files from that time on musicians artists and people who spoke against the system are rather large. And i'm sure that if you alive during that time and had an arrest record or did anything of that nature in your youth during that time. You might have a page or two in the fbi. Archives stopped at. Don't tell anybody. I i'm not doing anybody about your lips. Lift out what it comes down to is some of the things marcus that we've suspected for a while That he maybe didn't even intend on coming back and doing anything in the future with the doors or anything else in other words. Some of these things that we've kicked around when you're not on the podcast kicking around there may be some validity to some of those claims or thoughts and learned a lot about behind the scenes. How powerful people will try to make things happen. That are on a personal purely personal. Not even a political agenda. You wanna play politics. That's one thing but when you take something like this and some of the words that were exchanged or offensive to me as an american. I agree with you on that and i don't understand why the government went after people like this so hard well really nasty. Words came from that one guy that broadcast guy. That's true is what's important similar to what i think. Our mission was when we set out on the brian jones project so Another unusual circumstance in a different kind of an episode. And hey look folks. We missed something. We know it so tell us what. It is at Imbalance history at g mail dot com the best way to email us where you can find us on social media to We're on facebook. I know i post stuff on there. You've got instagram covered. Really well and we also have twitter at imbalanced history stuff. I don't think we're ever getting one. Just say no we would have gotten it by now so fish come on jack. Get with the program all right. That's gonna do it for art. Dig into jim. Morrison's fbi file. Hope you learn something. We sure did from the dark dax studios signing off. I'm re kube on marcus. Goldman this is the imbalance history of rock and roll. You've got the latest. Jim queued up. The sound system cranked. 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"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Amount to enough but this one flight especially the phoenix thing really was their achilles heel when it came to jim becoming vulnerable and i read somewhere that a lot of people gave rick rick baker extra credit because he was in enabler in this situation. He kinda likes per jim on. But morris didn't always need a whole lot of health department and it's obvious that his body didn't handle alcohol very well. Do you think jim morrison would have done jail. Time had he survived nineteen seventy-one and come back to do the trial. Think i'm qualified to answer that. Because i'm not a lawyer but i'm looking at it and i'm thinking they managed to get out of a few things whether it was his managers or friends in the business where his father helping them but i think he get around to this in the this stuff comes through maybe it gets verified and made defeat look even worse because even then we were all very sensitive about the manner room which perot proper procedures were. Done wont flights because. Hey we're all flying together in a tin can hurtling through space with one person at the controls with one person backing him up. Let's not make it any more difficult than it already. Is that attitude. Pretty much applies to air travel. Even now don't you think there's no way he would be able to get away with behaving that way on a flight. Especially lighten up a cigar cigarette. He would have gotten wind just for that.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"As part of his performance and it was outside the lines of the law at that point but he saw his part performing the same way. Lenny bruce probably saw cursing on as part of his performance outside of the wall. I'm surprised he wasn't arrested more for winning junk out. Because i'm sure i getting pretty long here. Dan around page number thirty two stand that even down yet but if he did it in these places odds are he did it in other places and most likely those places are like. We don't even want to deal with any of this. The press and the insanity and the hassles were just gonna tell them. Don't do it again. And don't come back and you start to see focus. Coming into the government's plan marcus. There's a page there. I think it's page fifty four in the pdf where the us government starts to focus on charges and it's a memo from one twenty seventy review of the docket. Us district court has revealed the judge. William p coppell on twelve one. Sixty nine ordered. This case continued for trial. So this means that they're going to start moving forward with this stuff. What happened in the skies between la and phoenix. Wow there's harsh by you feel when you read that part of the file and partly why this is moving forward to trial is because of something presented to the federal grand jury on a superseding indictment to delete count three from the original indictment and changed flight. Seventy one to one seventy two and the two remaining camps so they're kind of playing a little show came with cases and what was going on to make sure that they got as much penalty lined up for jim.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"There were thirty one. Off-duty miami police officers hired by the sponsors who absurd most of the action by morris in but failed to make any arrest as to do so by possibly incite orion. So they want everyone to believe then and now that they needed thirty one off duty cops to be there as additional security when their presence kind of incited that tension that we were dealing with. Isn't that the case more often than not by over preparing for something or by assuming that something will happen. It sometimes seems like that type of provoking is intentional. Sometimes yes and i would say even more than sometimes but in this case all it did was lead around to morrison being arrested on misdemeanor charges. So showing your ppm public as misdemeanor. Same as if you were seeing taking a whiz on bush and the cop walked by it's a misdemeanor is however however after all this the matter was being discussed with the florida state attorney general's office determine if morrison could be charged with a felony and then right after that part of the file it's written to paragraphs are redacted. So it's telling you who was doing it what was going on and it's all redacted but at least we know this is what their mission was. This is what they were talking about. Well they eventually put some teeth in all of these memos being shuffled around marcus and i'm looking at what is in my pdf page. Twenty one of the f. b. i. File and comes from the united states government. So they're not fucking around. I guess memorandum to the director of the fbi. And it's in regards to james. Douglas morrison They're calling him. Fugitive it's the memorandum that we want jim morrison and they describe who he is so that they make sure they get their guy because they always got their guy. Those g. men right. Yeah but the fact that he was listed as a fugitive when they couldn't even charged with a felony at that point and they had already. You know charged with misdemeanors so it makes no sense that they listed him as a fugitive other than maybe why played the show. They arrested for for the flash. They released him. Because that's all you do. And then he left him with the band to go to the next show so they considered that to be fugitive. He walked right into it. He probably had the attitude. Well i gotta go to the next show and he did. This is where these things get complicated. Start the pile up. Frankly it makes sense. Here's the thing now. The next page down the line may fifteenth nineteen sixty nine a memorandum to the director of fbi by letter dated april. Twenty ninth nineteen sixty nine assistant. Us attorney michael j osmond advised. His office had declined prosecution against the subject and therefore requested federal complaint dismissed on may first nineteen. Sixty-nine us commissioner miami. Florida advised federal process against marcin dismissed as of april. Twenty ninth. nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine so this whole thing went away as you might say but do you think. His father's influence had anything to do with that even though he had a gnarly relationship with his father and his father also offered to step down and resign from his post because of his son's behavior. Let me ask you rest. Okay you think that it was. His father had influence over all this and made it go away. Yes because of guilt. I think jim morrison's father had a lot of guilt with how he treated his son. There was a side of him that was proud of his success as a creative even though as a military guy that was hard core military hard for him to deal with. It was hard for him to deal with that whole counterculture. But i think there was a side of and i'm sure the mom made a difference in pointing that out as well that i think he was proud of him in some ways deep down in but also blames himself for gyms behavior too because of how he treated jim. It's the amounts history of rock and roll and we're looking into jim morrison and the doors they're f. b. i. File or files found something down here on page twenty six and it's talking about morrison that he and baker were part of a group of approximately six people known as the doors. There's your confirmation of that. He stated that when morrison and baker came on board they were acting in boisterous manner and after taking their seats and then discovering that the plane was going to be delayed. They were both up and down walking about the first class compartment. Redacted stated he noted that either morrison or baker had a bottle of liquor about pint-size. So it's a smaller liquor bottle than you might think that was mostly concealed in a comic book. And i'm looking for a title for you. And i don't say it. There is no title in the comic book. There's no nope no title for the comic book and we're not excusing. Jim morrison and bakers Behavior by any means. I think in today's society. If those were unruly on a plane they get their asses handed to them by the rest of the people on the plane. They'd be like sit down dudes and if you continue to harass the stewardess is we're going to beat your ass is going down a few more pages in the f. b. i. File i find this paragraph the records of dade county criminal court reflect. The case was adjourned till april twenty-seventh nineteen seventy for trial by judge. Mary goodman charges pending are lewd and lascivious behavior florida's statutes have nine eight point zero to two indecent exposure florida. Statute eight hundred point zero three three open profanity florida statute eight four seven point. Oh four and four drunkenness. Florida statute eight five six. Oh one outstanding. As of april nineteen seventy these charges stemming from the performance of the doors at the dinner key theater in march one thousand nine hundred sixty nine so they were still some charges outstanding and on the very next page of the fbi file match. Don't we go to new haven and listen to this. The records of the new haven connecticut police department reflected the arrest of james d morrison data birth december eighth nineteen forty three on december tenth. Nineteen sixty seven on charges of breach of peace resisting and indecent or moral exhibition. Disposition of these arrests reflects the payment of a twenty five dollar fine for the breach of peace and nola kwee on the other two charges the annual at work again. Yup the paper works in this file to showing you know what the charges worrying and which ones were disposed which way and you know it. It shows drunk driving in los angeles An incident in las vegas other things far he had shoe. Yeah inglewood california and some of it was concerts a lot of the looting. Lascivious behavior stuff wasn't taking a leak against building it was him flashing his wehner onstage.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So dj instead in someone said to me during you know a a function you know when asked them for the list of music sitting you know can you. Can you have the song played at the reception. I said that. I have several vision. That i love. That song is no no no no. We want this version from a night and san francisco like oh. I don't know that one. And i went find in and fell in love with the entire album. But especially that song. Ever since donald. 'cause it just it was so different. Yeah so so the structure of it. The the big thing that hit me is the that when you have mean you talking about an iconic song from an iconic goddess lake. jim morrison. Okay jim jason is going to be onstage with someone else in and step aside for three quarters of song. Let someone else saying one of his signature songs right. Never gonna happen. Any oddest any any big name honest with some cigna songs being able to kind of do that as probably pretty rare yet he step aside and let this guy and his name. Is brian kennedy. Take three quarters of this of the vocals and he provided that lasts for us in. Did some You know did some fills. Some killer feels near the end when they did the last chorus which i think is so unique and that you know not that i'm no van morrison. He's the he's the king of everything and he's wonderful and the other stuff. But i just think it's really unique to hear such a major artist Kind of hand. That over i thought at first this was when it without knowing the context of Of hearing it that some was covering it and all of a sudden he showed up on stage unannounced and that's when the crowd was cheering her those put come to find out that he's on stage a whole time just stepping back and lane. Brian kennedy. Who is one of his backup singers for years. Kinda take center stage and sing the song and if you think about it you know th the the music at the beginning you know. It's going to be tupelo honey because of of the build up earning you know the the the great guitar licks on really strip down very very smooth being. But then when you hear his voice or his vocals at Twenty four seconds in. It's like what what is this. How much higher it is and how. He's just kind of phrasing it.
"jim morrison" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Jim Morrison wrote this one in 1965. After seeing a beautiful woman walking on the beach. Makes sense. Hello. I love you. Don't you tell me your name. Good introduction line, Mike, you should try it. Now. You can try the anymore, but you should have tried that in your younger years. Back in the day. Here's what I love about the story is he actually wrote the song? Well, it's people don't mean some bands. Not a lot. I don't That makes me old Chris and I guess, but Don't know. Last time I watched a music award show of any kind because I'm sitting there watching it realizing you know what? You didn't write the song. Somebody had to perform the song because you've got a good voice, But mostly you're just kind of charismatic and handsome are pretty and you're seeing other people's songs back in the day they wrote them. They sang him. It was great. That's my two cents. We'll get everybody off your lawn here in a few minutes, Okay? I know. I know. I feel the same way We're getting older. It just is grumpy old man is what it is. But I'm just bitter about all the crap going on right now, including music. But don't get off my soapbox. I don't think you're alone in these feelings. I know you're also not alone when it comes to feelings about the market right now because many are concerned about future interest rate hikes for the week ending June 18th. The Dow recorded the worst week since October. And recently on Fox business fill Blank. Kado, the CEO of Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management, said that people need to rethink the way they view inevitable corrections and Pullbacks like this. One of the great advantages of being in a tax free plan, like a 41 K is every time you see an opportunity, increase your percentage as the reallocation. Over time. The stock market has always gone up. So use the dips as a buying opportunity, especially the more time that you have. That's the key mistake. Everyone gets panic. They look at their county. I got some down some percentage. It's irrelevant. You want to retire if you can, If you can at 66 to get your whole Social Security complement that with the 41 kid. It's been mostly invested in equities, something to your sixties and you're going to walk away with an opportunity that you will revenue sources so that you wouldn't have to have less money to live on. They can live on the revenue generated by the 41 K and the maximum social security payments simply by taking on more risk when they're younger and let equities do what they've always done. Road between eight and 12% a year. Okay, 65, it is. We're going to be good with the soul. Everything is great. And I was waiting for him to try to sell me a sham. Wow, that guy has got it. I know that, like his hair slicked Hey, and everything is just so great. The only thing you have to do is just keep dumping money into stock market And you never, ever have to worry about it because it always goes up 8 to 12% your good Christian. Did you hear him? Volatility is completely a relevant It doesn't matter. I mean, this. This is a story that these big firms are telling people they've been telling them forever. Hey, don't worry. Volatility isn't a big deal when it's down, just by more, you know, And when it's up, pat yourself on the back, And if you just hang in there with a diversified portfolio, you're gonna be okay. That guy wore me out. He was like He was a lot. I was alone also.
Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection
"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.
"jim morrison" Discussed on X96
"Uh, what else was our choice is being well. We also could have done uh he and aspirate call from from Col. Singer of coal I didn't know this about him. But in 2002 The door's 21st century. We were talking about the doors a lot lately. But Ian toured with Robbie and Ray on saying what you could, if you think about you can kind of hear him his this voice doing. They did a bunch of your reality. Did your stuff. Hmm? Remember reading about it and says this is he was pretty good. It was really I can hear it. I can hear it. I love Cole. Mm hmm. This doesn't sound anything like Jim Morrison at all, but but I can hear it. It's not that it's like it makes sense to me too hard. Now he probably can sing in a different register. What do you need? This guy's on the coasters. All right, well, we'll dig him up Andre woman, we'll send him out with the rest of the living. Members of the doors were going through the other side. We have the bass player for Alison chains his birthday today. Hmm. We have Danny word from new kids on the block. It's his birthday. Well, I would not even be a possibility to do them. Okay? What else? Anything. It's Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys. It's his birthday today. Wow, It's lots of birthdays today. There must have been musical sperm and eggs in the air on this day. Phil Specter was arrested on this day. Oh, still in prison? No, he died. Did he die in prison? Yeah, handsome new kids. But you can't carry secret fan when you right where to go so too? No, just, uh, just Mark Walberg. You.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Gonzales. They are canceling the Speedy Gonzales based on his Mexican terrorist attacks. Wait are also canceling Pepe Le Pew for being a French skunk that never bathed or shaved his armpits. Now, you know we're canceling Pepe Le Pew, don't you? Oh, yeah, the French you don't like the frogs come on man. This is ridiculous. I'm so so fed up with this. Somebody come try to cancel me. I just welcome. Come on, I'm alway try to cancel me. I'll cancel your face. Wow. Jeez, very aggressive that seems a little too vehement as a reaction to your right. But you know again, it's a it's a different day and age you can't just you gotta play forget a Fight Fire with Fire. Yeah. First time I heard learned what the word cancel meant. It was with Jim Morrison sing cancel my subscription to the house of detention, you know, that's yes love that song. That was the first time you were aware of cancel. So Scott O'Reilly Scott O'Reilly, would you like a 13-minute came out? I loved that song Mother. Yes. I want to show Faith. He gets a cake. He don't kind he wanted pineapple coconut which is my second. Wow tied for second favorite and blueberries. What Bill Smith's getting thank you. That's the best one now been if you really want a cake seriously wrong. I know you do Tatiana Tatiana, you'll get all the cake you want when you get Tatiana deal to come on the show me now are tonight's Phrase That Pays is a line coming up in this podcast within the framework of this very podcast. The very same ones to which you are now listening. There will be a phrase that mentions two different automobile manufacturers. It's coming up o write it down tweeted to at Planet Mikey and you could be the next Scotto wrong. From Concord Massachusetts going to show up that will appear in this very podcast. It'll be coming up. It's coming up with a bunch of the whole bunch of cool stuff, you know, you know periodically but we we get some good topics here on the podcast speaking of of automobiles. I met one of the new news to me new to my ever show on the Pike o f m card is on every afternoon 327 plan on making show and by the way can download the app or you can listen on Pike fm.com Chuck Burks just sit on the actual radio. You could tell Alexa to play. You know, she she you can boss Alexa around like there's no tomorrow. She'll do almost anything you say this after one day after national women's day. There. It is. You know, what are you what is up with people not respecting chicks and broads the thing about this this whole Alexa thing is that But there is one way there's no National men's day. That's not fair. The men are the minority. We are yes, there are more women than men. Wow. Okay. Yeah. So what if they can't bench press more than five pounds. You should call your local Alderman So speaking of automobile could be an older person. Oh, excuse me. Yeah, obviously they're going to they're going to carry to that degree. Now, you know, they're taking away the gender thing horse. Yeah. Did you hear that California now is trying to pass a law where we're stores can't have separate boys and girls departments. It has to be like children's clouds. So you go in there and say oh, this is nice My Little Pony just when I wanted a little boy woke on. This is a ridiculous. The gender stuff is getting squished away and out of the picture completely and pretty soon. They'll be coming in manhole covers will be personal coverage is a person has s o n a son. That's a boy can't say that for daughter sounds weird. Yeah really test. Anyway, I met the owner of of his name. Is Jason from Pro Automotive. Motive in Webster and Dudley Massachusetts great guy, he's my new mechanic this site. He's got the most Immaculate professional auto repair shop I've ever seen and I've seen him all over the world has caused you to go to that garage. I want to talk to about the commercial we're going to do for you know, and I tell you what, I had the tour of the place. I met all the people down there. It's a great great thing and he's now my new mechanic. I appreciated my 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis in mint condition Mint Condition because instead of me buying a brand new car for $30,040 down, you know one that actually has a radio in it. No, I'm gone through I got this car with short miles on it. It's at right now. I've been driving it for a year and half it's only got 74,000 miles on it and it's a 2006. It's in mint condition and the leather is perfect. I got all those people to get out of the trunk move away. I was pissed they were making noise when I was driving and you were old into this garage and I showed him he said wow, that's a pretty good. I said I said just the body is perfect. Perfect the only kind of work they don't do but but the car what did he say about the car at Pro? The only thing they don't do it Pro Automotive, they'll do anything everything they can never go wrong with your car except for dead body work because the body shop guys, you know, they are. Oh, they're they're not good host Body Shop guys are kind of little bit. They screw around a little bit with the insurance companies, you know wage, I don't trust. Oh some of those independent body shops, right? Yeah, but this guy is a is he's been doing this for four years and he's got his own business since 2013. It's called Pro Automotive and I'm going to be one of the proud spokesman for that person. Awesome. Yeah, so Yeah, you don't want you trust auto-body guys. My friend. Jim would used to we're driving along were in Phoenix, Arizona. Yes, and there was a car on the road to comb we're not we're going to we're actually in Tempe Arizona and it was a car crash and we're you know drinking or whatever smoking bong hits. I don't know 1970s and Jim would cease his car crash and he goes, oh that's got to be $950 worth of damage at least a specific number like 915. It's a thousand two thousand know he's just gotta be $950 worth of damage right there. He took a body shop. He just thought you knew everything but you know, I always like people to give specific, you know. Oh man, this is a good high scoring game know it could be 213 points scored here tonight doesn't need he said, okay. Two things. What is it? Have you heard the new plan for the homeless people in San Francisco, which has been turned from one of the nicest cities in America to the big just shit holes in America, you know, I used to live in San Francisco. And when I lived there it was every everything they sang about is beautiful place and I went back there recently a year ago last January and I couldn't accept Ash it had to avoid it. Yeah on the sidewalks get jumpy LeapFrog. I want to go back to the San Francisco one time before it's completely ruined and see that same spot the Dirty Harry ate the hot dog and shot the guy in the in the in the movie. I want to be the sound like to visit historical places, you know, he and he walked away just started kept chewy hot dog, you know is of course, there are other 38 is this is a 44 magnum the most powerful handgun in the world. I'm already talked that low. He always had that low gravel going on dead. Are you feeling lucky that he goes?.
"jim morrison" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sam had this. In fact, in M train. It's funny because I m train and year of the monkey sort of overlap. They overlap quite a bit. Not intentionally. I think in a way I loved writing them train and I never wanted to stop writing and I think, really, it was sort of my way of Picking up picking it up again. In M train. There's a cowpoke that I've ever run in dialogue with Who's Sam and and then And then you're the monkey Sam appears as himself. But he, Sam said this to me when we were really young. When we sort of had to go our separate ways he You know it because you know when you're an artist or your performer, just human being you're giving giving quite a bit and and he said To me, it's just a small thing, he said. Patty Lee, don't forget to save some for yourself. And And that really struck me. You know, there's like, because you can give a lot of way of, but what he was talking about was, you know some precious colonel. That you just Saved for yourself and mostly so that in times of strife for trouble or self doubt. You haven't liked to pleaded yourself that it's still there and You know, And I knew that he believed in me. Just like that little story. I mean, Sandy wanted me to audition for boys. What? The band that became blue Oyster cult. And I never saying I didn't even ever was in front of a microphone. So You know, when Sam was like you could do that? He had a lot of he had a lot of faith in me, but that one little thing to just make sure you save that little flicker that little flame. For yourself? Yeah. That's great. I've got this sense that I don't know where you said this. I can't. I can't recall, but it's a quote about Sam. I want to ask you about Um It was Sam who taught me about fearlessness onstage. He told me the secret of improvisation. It's got me out of thousands of jams in front of thousands of people. Can you tell us what that secret is? Well. Well, the thing is, is that I had an innate sense of improvisation. I just didn't know it. I think from watching so much. Johnny Carson. Um I had a little a sense of sense of that. Sam and I wrote this play cowboy mouth together, and there was one section where a slim his and Comolli have to spar. And there was no we both wrote our parts. I wrote all of her lines, and he wrote his lines. And then there was just this blank and I said, Well, They're having sort of an argument. What did they say to each other? And he said, Well, that's the improvisational part. It gives that actors a time to express themselves. They can fight the way they want. You know, with language with cursing with song they can And a nice, he said. It's just improvised. And I said well. I said, What if what if I make the mistake and he said, You can't make a mistake when you improvise? You know, it's like, Just imagine, like Elvin Jones, you know. He misses a beat. He just invents another. You just It's a small thing. But after that Kept that my head. You know, whenever if I'd screw up or find a weird, you know, hit a wall. You know, he liked the other thing you'd say. Just imagine putting your foot in it. You had a wall. Just kick it, You know, like Jim Morrison says, Break on through to the other side. It was just basically You know, Don't be afraid of undercover. Just Just you mess up, but like then follow.
"jim morrison" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Leading Armies of people who are brilliant, brilliantly lit. Which would match many of the things that take place in near death experiences into classic books to Paul, the Oh the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Egyptian Book of the Dead. It was a guide for the living to tell them about the death experience. Exactly. And I think it was Pierre then. And over the years it turned into a way of maintaining and gaining power. And it changed the nature of the experience. It changed the nature of religion, that's for sure. All right, let's go to the phones are lining up for you. Let's pick it up by going to Josie and Joshua Tree. California Hijos Welcome. Hey, good to talk to you again. George. Paul. Hello, Josie. How you doing? Pretty good. So I wasn't planning on trying to call in tonight, but Going back a step talking about you were talking about sheriff death. Yeah. The bystander in music and up. Sorry. I gotta bring up Jim Morrison, because, Okay, let's hear it, so he claims that when he was four So that would have been about 1947. He, um, has spoken word album called American Prayer. A lot of your listeners are probably Familiar with this. You guys might be as well, but he claims that he was traveling with this family. A native American reservation and witness a heinous her accident, and he claimed that the some sort of chief or someone from this group Went into his body, and he claimed that for years, but he was carrying the spirit of this. I think it wasn't made of chief. He thought On. But if you listen to the American prayer album, and I don't know if the song on that album was called Peace, Frog or Dawn's Highway, something, But it's in that album, and he really believed that for many years, but he was Because he was there is a four year old. That's the spirit of this native American went into his body and just kind of You know was with him throughout his entire career. Can you guys talk more about that? Wow. Uh Pretty pretty dramatic. It is pretty dramatic. How do I approach this one? I He was very spiritually. It was very spiritually his own way.
"jim morrison" Discussed on X96
"As she's walking out the door like she's done 1000 times before then. So sing a lonely song. The deep blue dream. Seven horses. Seemed to be on the mark. What What Was that sounds like a horse race. That's right. Starting line starting like Okay? What I don't get. Listen, I'm sorry to run out the door. Listen, I've heard Jim Morrison described as at best a God, high school kid when it comes to lyrics, all right, Um, according to the, according to the longtime producer of the doors, Paul Rock pile love her madly. Was the song that said that made him go, OK, I'm leaving the family. You guys are wrong, and there's wrong alone. I think that's a crappy song. It's like a cocktail and song. I don't want to have anything to do with it. On. He left the bay. He left their management. But this is interesting. Robby Krieger and Raymond's Eric. We did this song in the year 2000. In two. Yeah, 2000. I think it is with Bo Diddley. So it's you know, both saying it, I think so. Love her madly with Bo Diddley. That could be it was the doors tribute album called Stoned, Immaculate. And I'd like to hear Bo Diddley singing that song. And put put in the Bo Diddley beat. It kind of does have a Bo Diddley beat. Let me see what you got here. Let me see if I can find it. And the flip side of the single is a record that a song that Was one of only three doors songs that did not feature Jim Morrison singing. It was called What's something you don't need meat? You don't you need no, no. You need meat. Yes. Don't go no further, and it was sung by Uh, Robby Krieger, my balloon..
"jim morrison" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Don't bar their sinclar from the another magyar folly would be fired huge mused about reading right. Oh my goodness well. We'll have to send her miss episode. Here's happy birthday. his. Dad these are the i you know. Mary dumps jim right And but i guess. The three restarted made friends that you're sort of guide the middle was best friends or both of i. I wouldn't say best friends. I'd say very very close friends with mary. Engine like i never met. I didn't know if jimmy been had any friends. I actually mentioned that into buckets. Like never talked about anybody. Never nobody foams Just call people and we just hung out and he never It just happen. Orion the ray ray thought he had gone to new york what he said he was going to do. So he he seemed almost like a compartmentalize situations Yeah so so. I'd say we're very close. I can't say are the best friend is yet another friend that i never knew about her. Yeah i go to. We've talk so much about the book. A really think people need to bike is so so much In what thank you for telling stories from the book Just a reminder broke his love her madly. Jim morrison marian me by bill cosgrove Sorry caused great. I apologize Just just made especially if you listen to your music fan. This is a book for you. If you're adores. Jim morrison definitely a book. You should get Just an amazing story. A basic human story amazing snapshot of a time in history. That i think is very important. We talked a bit about that bill. but i want to get your thoughts on the phone ring in the back. Sorry about that is fine. That is fine. I know i'm making an offer. Somebody buys the book and doesn't like it. I'll give them their money back. The reviews have been fantastic ago. Like yeah it's just been released in russia. Wow regulations yeah thank you i. I didn't know you wrote russian. It's almost shakespearian. What happens with jim..
"jim morrison" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"As as sort of you know what sort of jumped back and forth. You know you're you're you're you're building at a travel business you're you know you've got a family instead of like. How does this come up in conversation. Hey i used to. Jim morrison's best friend or me. Jim our best friend back in the day. Like does that ever come up with something that you readily brought up or that you were shocked to bring up. I'm really curious how that conversation with. Come up you know. I can't even remember a specific. My girls didn't know who he was because they were you know way younger. Of course the music they listen to. Maybe sometime of a song came on. I'd say look the fat guy he named at. And i say well when i went to california Friends as a matter of fact green. They haven't read the book yet. Can't park innocent cantonal. Because they the stuff they heard about jim wild crazy sex drugs rock and roll the. They are promoting the books. But they're not interested in reading about their dad. Smoking a bunch of dolphin drinking it would be strange again bessieres. Yeah yeah trying to think if my dad had known some wheel known elvis or something like that and you know got got high reversing drunk with alverson around. What are they want to read that. Yeah.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"But we just clicked. I don't know what it was. We just Jim transferred to ucla. Go to film school Mary then followed him out and then she she wrote me. These letters billion lebanon. It's great University in montreal loyal jesuit. With free and a maniac for deem either got kicked out. I did yeah. He didn't like free spirit individuals so An advocate on my own for two years living around people in families and all of sudden. I've been a residence. This guy's telling me what to do when the lights out so anyway. I got a letter from mary. Said you should come down here. It love raid. You can stay with me long as you want soy kicked out on. I know when. I'm doing la so i you hitchhike your way to l. a. Took a train to vancouver okay. Cheap ticket possible. And then i hitchhiked and they wouldn't let me across the board because i only had one hundred fifteen box so they wouldn't let me end waited. Was nighttime. Wait until. I saw a pickup coming in. I just hope and pray. The guy cloherty did told him that i had to get in. The state's new was as guy ended up pulling over in hiding under hay bails and he snapped me into the state's got in there. That's has just phenomenal hewlett. Let's let's get back. Let's go back to florida for a second. You meet mary highschool She's a senior year year three years younger than her. She's dating this guy named jim morrison What what kind of person. So everyone is listening to this and everybody. Who's heard the name. Jim morrison is good. A sort of go back to you. Know footage that they've seen The songs they here and they're gonna think in their mind probably similar to me. Here's his flamboyant outgoing personality jim. So let's thir- context us leave that there for a second before we get back to. Jim really was tell me about mary. What kind of Outside of probably the most beautiful had seen up until then Kind of what kind of woman wish you. What kind of girl was she. She was very smart way smarter than anybody. I ever met a smarter than her classmates. She was very engaging curious. Well read And captivating she just had a personality in when she laughs she clapper ends burst out laughing. She got great joy out of things and she got a great kickoff things and she just And i think that's why she engine clip because they were both very smart and she was little aloof. Didn't relate participate verse strange. She was actually nominated for slightness clearwater or something as it is not marriage will got into that. But she didn't she game seth under something but she is a very smart aloof and a beautiful person. And i think that's what jim saw her. She saw those the same things. Jim except jim way quieter. America and that sort of got me as i'm reading the book. It's like wait a second. This is not the gym. That i think i know. And it's interesting build because over the past five years of me you know podcasting and and you know meeting people you know. I've talked to musicians athletes media personalities And so many of them will tell me if i asked the question. Tell me something. I don't know or most people don't know about you. Write a few few more than a few people have told me bill. I'm an introvert. Yeah and like the guys are tv and yelling and screaming is an introvert arching. Isn't it. i. I've noticed the same thing in our. I'm thinking wait a minute. Actually boost studying on it in a hell of a lot of comedians are traverse..
"jim morrison" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Unsocial leif fair enough. A healthy one. Yeah i mountain. You're and there's a lot of and ironically it's just talking to my daughter seeing mammoth in california blossom. I said how the airline to go skiing. I said well governor declared a lemon essential service because is outdoor exercise so i raised my eyebrows. Did over redoubt one having anyway. Our ski hill is open and people are a lot of biking and thanks for asking. You're all good there. Nobody's sick or yet You know so far You know knock on wood. Were all healthy. Here at home and Yeah so we're we're we're still you know were. We've got to adults working here at home. And we've got a a new high school students on my school in home so We haven't got on each other's nerves while i mean it's amazing. This post covid consequences going to be pretty profound. There's a lot of family bonding going on. A lot of people are deciding when they go. Traveling monday candle visit family instead of going off on an adventure so audrey positive things coming out. Yeah absolutely so. I don't know love. Her madly is a book about you. Mary and jim morrison and it's not a fiction. It's this is like this is super not your whole life. But it's a good part of your of your life story in here as well as actually biography of jim and memoir and some of the bookstores hadn't been in both categories of inference. Yeah i wanted to go ahead please. It's all accurate. I mean some people say on my are you kidding. You crashed the academy awards. Is you went to the watts riots in but it's all happened strangely enough strange of course change enough Why why was twenty twenty. Which which is when this book was published. Why is that the right time. I'm sure you spent months. If not i don't know how long you know writing the book and making sure you had everything correct and stuff but why was i. Guess this time the right time. It seems to me that you know this book should have been written years ago while. Interestingly the fiftieth anniversary of john's death but that had nothing to do with it was actually a lousy time to release a book because sony depot when they go into a book store. They'll go to buy say barack obama's book but they'll browse and then they'll pick up love..
Could this offseason be pivotal for Don Sweeney?
"Could be like if we want to go there this could be the second most pivotal offseason. Don Sweeney's tenure is Jim Morrison would be I mean, yeah, we obviously know what the the first one was some hits some misses I'll defend on Thursday and say people forget the meal music trade was was very solid but should it be his want this could be kind of the offseason wear off he shakes it up and there's been there's been little shit shaking in the Don Sweeney tenure really other than that 2015 offseason where he kind of came in and moved Hamilton moved Lucic got the Draft Picks 6 in the first two rounds. We all know the story there but dead. This could be like the next kind of version of that obviously not as big but like if you look at where the Bruins are, I mean what happens with Krug? What happens with Chara those to move up itself are pretty franchised altering. And then from there there's obviously been the the Rask rumors. I I wouldn't be surprised if something happened with Rask because we we should never be surprised by anything that happens with Rask anymore. And this point that's the case. This was like a weird enough year and obviously with it happened in the the postseason like There's so much uncertainty surrounding that player that that nothing that happens with him with surprise me. So yeah between Krug we think departing who knows what happens with Chara. I think the flu tone made a really great point that was sort of an obvious point that we've all been kind of sleeping on like it is possible that Chara reaches free agency and who knows if the Bruins have or anything with him maybe a team jumps in and they're like, hey, man, you're the missing piece like this is your what what we need and maybe yeah, maybe he just maybe he departs so possibilities are plentiful and I haven't even gotten to the Do they make like a real hockey trade? Do they trade Jake debrusk? They trade Brandon Carlo. My pie-in-the-sky thing that will never happen is like they find a way to make Carlos the centerpiece of a Patrick line a deal which financially and for other reasons just does not seem like something they would do but oh my God, I have been banging the table to get more scores on this team and if they found a way even if it's losing Carlo in an offseason where you also lose Krug, like imagine if I thought they had Patrick lyonnet David pastrnak and like imagine having three of the best goal scorers in the planet on your team
Oliver Stone: Memoir and Movies
"Stone, Amanda I in my mind have been circling a podcast episode about Oliver Stone probably since about Nineteen ninety-one, which is when I I had some consciousness about the work of one of the most fascinating figures of the last forty years in American cinema. There's a reason we're going to be having an episode conversation about stone today, which is that he has a new memoir that memoir is called chasing the light writing, directing surviving platoon midnight, express scarface Salvador, and the movie game. It's a very interesting book you and I have both read it. We're we're both. In some ways and perhaps frustrated confused devastated in other ways before we get into the book though and before we get into how we're going to talk about the scope, the massive scope, the unbelievable scope of Oliver Stone's career. When I say Oliver, stone, what do you think? Conspiracy Theorist just to be totally honest and filmmaker and. And really and boomer and I think that is going to inflict a lot of the way that I talk about Oliver Stone in his filmography because I am a generation younger I am a child of boomers and I came to Oliver Stone's work and to Oliver Stone's understanding of the world a generation after. He lived at and made it and it was very funny and re watching everything from platoon to to wall. Street to JFK. To realize the way in which those movies shaped, my understanding visual and political about Vietnam, and about JFK and about how we examine America and the government and I am both child of Oliver Stone's world, and maybe because of time in the way, the world has changed a skeptic of Oliver Stone's world at this point, which is just to say on the next generation. I. Think a lot of this will be boomer versus millennial and and that's good. That's how the world should work. Even Oliver Stone would agree with that though maybe not we can talk about it but I don't know what do you think of? Mid already. So many good points I. Think he's an artist to strains credulity while also I think enlivening imaginations he's somebody who is obviously immensely thoughtful and intellectual and spiritual and simultaneously feels like he completely out of control and trying to break the boundaries and stretch the concept of the truth all the time, and so he's just a a generational paradoxical figure. He's a he's a person who I think it makes immensely entertaining movies that. Don't always stand up to deep examination, and so I think he is he is an title baby-boomer figure in that way and that he is there's a certitude about his mission and there's an earnestness in insincerity to the message that he's trying to send. But also underlying that is perhaps a kind of cynicism and a skepticism about what he should be doing with his time versus what he's actually doing with his time, and so I you know I find, I've always found him to be fascinating maybe not as a human being per se but at least the stories that he tries to tell. I was GonNa say I do think he's interesting as a filmmaker and what else was a person and? We're GONNA talk about all the different ways in which Oliver Stone like quote breaks the rules but I have been thinking a lot as I have been reading his book, which is a fantastic read I will just say that the guy can write. and. Have also been revisiting his work that you and I are trained to as much as we can released I wasn't college train a separate the artist in the art the art has to stand on its own can't complete the filmmaker and the and the work, and you also need to understand that the work and the intention are possibly separate as well and Oliver Stone just makes massive all of that, and he makes a mess of that in his actual art and he makes a mess of that in the life that he lives and in the interviews that he gives and the work that he pursues and. To me that's exciting because it opens up conversation to talk about what can you take seriously and what is cynical and what is sincere and what is true and what is not true and how are we like an who is responsible, which is at least a different way to talk about art. So you know I give him that even though I don't agree with where I think Oliver Stone comes down on those the answers to those questions but even there, I'm just guessing. Well I, think if you look at the book, you certainly are looking at the man or at least the the self perception of the man, and so we'll talk a lot about him and his story in his life and and his the way he is capturing his own life on the page which I I agree I mean he's just in case you didn't know this is an Oscar winning screenwriter. This is one of the great writers of the last forty years is also as a person who didn't just write his own films but road scarface and Conan the barbarian and a number of other films over the years. So he knows what he's doing on the page, but he is also somebody who. If you look it the political thought not like a straight line where there is a left and a right. But if you look at it like a wheel like a circle, and if you go too far from one side of the circle to the other you can land. You may think you are liberal person and find yourself with right wing ideology or libertarian ideology and reverse can also be true and I think one of the reasons it's really hard to unpack not just what Oliver Stone says in interviews or what he even. Portrays in his documentaries but even when he puts in his films is it feels like he's constantly running around that track that circle of political thought and so he's actually a perfect figure for this moment where there is this desperation to find art that coincides with our political ideology or our sense of what the world should look like and as you said, Oliver makes a mess of that he really. is trying to he's contradicting himself in real time. He's contradicting the sensibilities of that kind of baby boomer antiwar mentality. But on the other hand, he's like an Avatar spirit animal of truth for certain kind of humanism and that sounds really kind of haughty. But I I think he really wants to representational person who is thinking about putting people before government business political structures, and it's complicated right? Because he's A. Essentially a wealthy well to do white man who was born in the immediate aftermath of World War. Two, and so he had so much opportunity to do the things that he wanted to do in a way that other people don't. So he's not he's just not a tidy figure for that pursuit of humanism. It's interesting that you said he's putting people in front of institutions and ideas and governments because I think that's true. But it's usually one percent, and if you look at his entire his filmography and and really I, think even if you look at how he says. A lot of political issues, but it's it's not. The, greater good. It's usually focused on one character who is often a man and quite often a white man it is and it is understanding history through a single person's experience. So it's like it's almost I. mean he certainly subscribes to a great man theory of history but at the same time as also reversing, which is like the the the one person's experience of history, which can be a really exhilarating in certain films that we'll talk about and really really misguided I find or not even misguided but just doesn't work and isn't illuminating and the way that he thinks it is. IN IN CERTAIN Aspects, and then also in certain cases, it can just be about himself and it is I. The thing that makes his. His memoir. So electric is that it really is self mythology and he is really trying to understand himself and trying to pin down that constantly moving wheel as you said simultaneously and and I really admire having access to that. I obviously read a lot of celebrity junk and and memoirs and. Interested in trying to have access to people's ideas and thoughts and understand their characters and most people won't give it up in that way and won't share and won't be as open and Massey at as as Oliver. Stone is and that's true of the book and that's true of politics for sure and it's it's making. The great man theory is is really relevant to this conversation not just because of the book not because of the film's but because it's a little bit unclear, it's a sort of a chicken and the egg or the proposition with him. Does he subscribe to those theories because we read about in this book, He is interested in the dramatic pursuit. He has a pretty clear understanding literally of how to tell a strong story and that story is usually through a homer like figure or a a habit like figure somebody who is you know on on an indomitable quest to achieve something that seems impossible he's he's really passionate about this and you know again, there is something kind of haughty about this but also he just he seems to come to a very sincerely and so he uses Jim. Garrison in. J. F. K. or he uses Jim Morrison in the doors or he uses Ron. Kovic. In born on the fourth of July as these avatars as these great men who are seeking to achieve something that no one else could even perceive as possible and I think Oliver Stone sees himself in a very similar fashion. He sees himself as this well, to do white guy who volunteer volunteers for the Vietnam War to explode his privilege and to understand the world in a hopefully deeper way,
Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction
"A good tire from princes prime and some legendary Beatles lyrics sketched out among the items going up for auction at a major music artifacts sale Julien's auctions announced that the June auction will include in nineteen eighty four blue cloud guitar custom made for prince a page of Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics featuring cross outs revisions in earlier drafts of the lines for the Beatles song Maxwell's silver hammer will also be up the auction also will have memorabilia from Madonna Michael Jackson Whitney Houston Johnny Cash Jim Morrison the rolling stones queen and David
Prince guitar, McCartney Beatles lyrics come up for auction
"Prince's guitar and Paul McCartney's hand written lyrics are among the items for sale at a memorabilia auction next month outside Los Angeles I marquees are loaded with the latest Julien's auctions will sell the nineteen eighty four blue cloud guitar with prince's love symbol on it and then options after June nineteenth and twentieth it's estimated to sell for between one hundred thousand and two hundred thousand dollars Paul McCartney's handwritten draft for the song Maxwell's silver hammer is estimated to sell for between two hundred thousand and three hundred thousand dollars other items for auction include Jim Morrison's journal from Paris Johnny cash's tour piano and Michael Jackson's black loafers which he autographed on the soles
Ex-NSC official corroborates Sondland said he was directed by Trump on Ukraine
"Center a second week of public hearings into the impeachment inquiry eight witnesses set to testify including Wednesday the US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon's son when he is the witness who had the most direct contact with president trump during the described pressure campaign on Ukraine ABC news senior national correspondent Terry Moran a new witness has now come forward and claimed under oath that Sunderland a trump mega donor took his orders directly from the president in testimony released this weekend former NSC staff member Jim Morrison put someone right at the center of the alleged effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate the president's political rivals including Joe Biden using nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid as leverage Morrison testified behind closed doors that trump and someone spoke approximately five times on the phone while that vital military aid was
House releases Morrison, Williams transcripts in impeachment inquiry
"In a weekend closed door house hearing today to depose a career White House official in the impeachment inquiry office of management and budget official mark sandy was expected to detail how the multi million dollar military aid package for Ukraine was finally released Republicans at the hearing included New York congressman lease older they're trying to make a case for quid pro quo and they're not talking about the fact that president Zielinski himself said he felt no demand that there was no pressure there was no quid pro quo transcripts released today in the impeachment inquiry show U. S. ambassador Gordon silent played a central role in president trump's effort to push Ukraine to conduct a political investigation of the bidens and Ukrainian gas company breeze Mar as a condition for receiving needed military aid it's Jim Morrison's testimony former top official of the National Security Council they contradict much of ambassador Simons own testimony behind closed doors both Morrison and silent are expected to testify publicly before the house next week as is Jennifer Williams the staff report vice president Mike pence her closed door transcript was released today too as ABC's Ben Siegel Williams recalled that the president of Ukraine mentioned breeze my even though a rough transcript of the phone call later released by the White House only said
Changes in the Music Industry, Will Their Be Another Beetles?
"I've often said there have been about two songs this year that I think have been really screwed by country radio one of them wholly and one of them was body back because they were so popular people wouldn't let them say popular and I thought for Georgia line in San both got screwed in the factory that is country radio and make get rid of it and I thought this song should have been number one for radio five six seven weeks it. Was that big the song yeah. Did you feel the same way I mean as a writer. You hope something like that would happen and you have a lot of hits you feel different about this one. No it felt it felt very impactful tactful and and it's interesting the tricky thing is it just went up really quick because the momentum of them and then how big it was so it it was very impactful but it kind of like came in then went you know what I mean and the two quickly yeah it has it has a life after that like because of the type of song it is and the artists that they are but but yeah I mean I think it should have been four or five weeks at least don't chest killing the the culture of country music and the fact that songs come and go so fast that when we were kids songs in general to these countries format they would last for eight nine weeks and they became anthems and we think think of our life because of these songs remember where we were and now gone no absolutely I mean it seems like the disconnects I mean to be extreme about about a buddy who is my mentor told me back in the day the DJ's would show up at their record collection and that's why you play right and now obviously and you you. You're one of the days who seems to play a lot of what you play. I remember driving probably a year and a half ago and hearing you play mayor and early on and go. Oh my gosh you know like before. It was really catching you. Were like really playing that in. Thank you man you've been such a supporter of artists early on but it's a machine and I understand I understand both sides of it understand how it sort of needs to be in this modern time but it doesn't necessarily allow for the context of a the DJ helping decide those things sometimes and then more importantly truly as the fans fan response and if the fans responding let it go you know I agree so much to me. The weird thing is that a song can be number one and then the next day every song doesn't go from being awesome some sucking in twelve hour. No it just gets dropped off all of the playlist and so it's gone and because of that I think inevitable it just so we're not in ten years going to have and again. We're we're never going to have the same we've ever in the history of the world ten years and never the same totally. It's never the same but I I think these songs that just remind like we had songs like I remember hearing Indian outlaw on the radio. Remember hearing smells like Teen Spirit on the radio. I know I I feel myself and know where they were yeah. I know that's going to happen anymore. It's it's a similar thought. If you WANNA go all the way back to like there'll never be another the beatles impart for many reasons but in part that we live in a different world like part of what made the Beatles the Beatles besides the talent was it was there was a mystery. You know you couldn't in just get on instagram and go look at what Paul was doing this morning. You know I could be I didn't but I could be on your answer again and what was bobby doing today and see that and vice versa and whatever there's no mystery and even though you got united just meeting for the first time some of it feels like we already know each other because of the friendships but also social media in life and the overlap and the Moderna not as it were back then there was just everything was like I heard I think that maybe until when the Beatles landed man it was like literally when they landed people were there in mass freaking out because they didn't know what was going on. They didn't really know what they look like in person they wanted to go see it and feel it. You know so that kind of excitement just you can't recreate it. I think options also create that listen. There were three TV channels totally and you're on one of the three TV channels at worst you know twenty five percent of the audience period where we have five hundred channels now totally I mean we're looking at I just as an example that a TV network candidates. Hey what you do the show I hate you should come to the show doesn't feel right. I didn't want to this particular. TV show and then we're like we don't understand like you do the show and you'll have two hundred and fifty thousand people watching. I was like guys not to be Dick but after three million people that listen to my show live and another three million that listen on podcast digitally everyday totally and and back in the day it was ten times that totally like we're losing our. It's such a world of an interstate in cars driving by like. Do you like the right car. Get a like it while it was there yeah it's interesting. The turnover rate for everything just seems a lot quicker and that's you know. It's not just the business in marketing conversation as you know. It's also a creative commerce. Do you think if killing art do you think it's killing art or is it making it better because I do see arguable sides. I'm asking you do you think I think I'm not trying to cop hop out. I think it's a bit of both like it depends on you know everything evolves right so art has to evolve and has to be able to function in that new society. I mean it's like did the computer computer. Kill Art Music Making I don't know it depends if you're a tape machine purest. I love the sound of a great day machine record but I also love the things that I can do the computer to manipulate something. Do you ever see Jim Morrison. Talk about the computer. Probably Seventy Yeah Ebb obviously before he died. He was doing an interview and he was like you know what the future in a blew me away like you know the future music is I think he's talking about in the seventies and he's by the way for those was listening. Jim Morrison's the doors very famous. I died way early and he was like it's GonNa be. It's computers totally in the seventies he he was saying that he was probably more spot on then he could have ever imagined because as you well know there's a sector of music that is almost specific vic. Everything is the computer you know. It's not like country music. Typically involves lies live instrumentation still and it's becoming more prevalent again in pop but with a lot of dance music it's it's like everything is literally in the computer and to me. That's not a better or worse or it's just a different way of doing it's like do you. Can you still be created within those confines. You know so we would have songs songs predict what these thirteen year olds have. What will they be able to get in the art art world and go you know this really reminds their snapchat story I well? That's the interesting thing about it the that train of thought even though it's logical and get it it goes goes to the thing of where people literally thought we'd be flying in cars right. Now you know when conceptually it's possible we could go by hundred thousand dollar car that flies right but it's not the Co.. It's not commonplace so even though technology's evolving really quickly they're still what people want except as normal formats is moving way less us quickly so songs will exist. I think forever they really will what kind of songs how what length of time as acceptable you know where they where they go shorter. Is it going to be two minutes and they're already going shorter. Are they telling you because again. I'm lucky enough to be in the high level. I see research. What happens is with music is we'll take it and I say we don't pay for it but I get to see the results of we'll take it and have thousands of people listen to the radio songs? They haven't heard you get scores from. 'em Scores too. I mean it's it's sometimes you over. DOUBT IT yourself and I've seen some really great songs not be scored highly in the opposite but it it's data and what we're seeing is that people get bored with anything over about three minutes twenty seconds totally yeah I mean it was pointed out to me that they're speeding things up you know and not only are they showing but they're speeding them up meaning. They'll take a song and I'm telling you doing industry secretive but they'll take it and speed up three percent so the song even moves faster and if you ever hear on the radio like when you play a bag on your computer your but does it seems a little slower. It's because radio plays them a little faster and they want them shorter. Yeah it's interesting man as a writer I mean I I still write stuff that I feel that that hopefully goes without saying that is truly the case but I'm also I have alike business. I have an inclination towards it in there to me. Those aren't necessarily at odds and so I've had this understanding of the reality that in a business sense a song writers were were selling ads on radio station. We are with inside your morning show in the sense of like they want either here you and then hear the ad and come back to here you you are they gonNa hear our song and we're going to keep them on there so they can ultimate here the ad and I'm okay with that. It is what it is. I've chosen to be in the Billboard Business Not Billboard magazine bestselling billboards. I I did not choose to be in the. I'm not trying to paint the Mona Lisa not not degrading our art. I think you can make amazing art in that context but it's just a different thing. It's like like we're not we're not just sitting on our bedrooms writing songs because writing exactly GonNa say and maybe someone who listened to it once were trying to write stuff that means to us it makes us feel stuff but that will reach the masses and so that's the format that we're allowed this to be able to put it on radio to put it on spotify basically either selling ascriptin subscription spotify or are keeping on radio station so they listened to the ad and it's of course needed because you've gotta have the money to do the thing and I'm okay with that. It's just the funny thing when you think about it you now you get angry as a songwriter that right now it's kind of the wild west and you guys are not getting paid what you should be getting with streaming services yeah. It's it's it's very complex situation nation in very frustrating truly and I've been constantly trying to be engaged as much as I can different different ways and I had an interesting conversation with someone the other day who represents a very well known established old school producer in l. a. and they both had invested in spotify and we were talking about some of that stuff and it it was like you know I don't fault spotify specifically like the if I was GonNa Fault anybody more than anything. It's it's truly the legislation that we let the government putting the legislation on us as riders that we have I mean we're literally imagine going. Hey can you come to show in New York and you sign a new contract or whatever it is and they go you want to charge X. amount of dollars but the government says no you can only charge a quarter of that that we're going to regulate that right because we think. Dj's make too much or too monopoly or whatever it is no when you go do a show if you're playing with your band everything you negotiate your rate or whatever that is you know it's like it's it's it's fair market. I can't do that as a writer with two thirds of my income one part of it I can to sink when you get something place film and TV we go we'll negotiate that rate and and they've also through that process realized that half of it should be the records half of it should be for the song right so if someone gives you a ten thousand dollar placement to have your song on some movie or something half of it goes to the record inside half goes to the song but when it comes to mechanical rates when it comes to performance all