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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
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
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"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
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"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"Bill siddons wanted to see the body. There was no body was all just Vanisi? Make believe wanted to see Jim. Morrison's life body on a slab on a table on a bed in a bathtub anywhere just had put his eyes on it check that box vet verified. Someone just take him to the God damn body. So he knew that it was true that the rumors were true. The PAM was call was true and then he'd go into bill siddons crisis. He'd handling take care of the Shannon the media, the authorities, the label family, the doors, the fans. He built the shit out of this thing, but he needed visual identification. Bill hadn't seen Jim months had hardly heard from months International. Long. Distance College were no joke. The doors had money. Sure but was smart thrifty only call if absolutely necessary Jim sent the occasional postcard in one to his lawyer Max fink he wrote the women are great in the food is gorgeous and another Bob Green Account the asked for credit cards for himself and Pamela, and also for an extra three large for the matting bills came living a term life and giving. Zero Shits. Bill new. The Gym was taking some extended Arner in. Paris, and build instructed everyone to keep their distance. Let them learn some new words meet some New People or you know what? No one cares just let the guy disappear. Bill Miliband would work L. A. on the Home Front continue to repair the still fragile image of the doors post Miami, and when Jim is ready to come home ready to get back in the saddle and make music again, it'd be waiting. Again bill was smart in new deep down that would never happen. Jim was never coming Home Jim wasn't going to prison wasn't making any more records with the doors who was on indefinite hiatus from the world even use that word when he spoke to bill about status in Paris indefinitely, he'd remade himself into an ex PAT is long gone. Then calls. Cam. The phone started ringing that. Saturday July Third Nineteen seventy-one calls came in French calls came in English calls came in English with the French accent. The calls were frantic confused, concerned heightened panic. Do Marcin dead. Bill taken these calls before it was a weekly game he played back when the doors are at their height. Jim, it drank himself to death over the weekend. Jim drove the blue. Lady into a telephone pole over the weekend Jim got into a brawl with a Wilson brother over the weekend the calls kept coming the phone kept ringing they all repeated the same thing Jim Morrison is dead. Confirmed his fourth. Bill felt sick his stomach dropped to somewhere around his knees sweat beaded around his collar at his wrists down his temples and off his chin he took each phone call with the stainless steel bowl on the desk. Next to in case he had a throw up on the fly. Then more cost came in the Jim Morrison wasn't dead. He was just hospitalized. It was very tired. He was resting yet another bout of that coughing fit worried spit up blood and would feel woozy and the news started running conflicting stories June was in a hospital Jim was in a sanitarium. The. Phone rang again this time it rang louder than all the other times urging insistent like a pair of hands on the other side of the phone where it sat on the desk shook violently. Bill picked up. The receiver it was Pamela. Voice was quiet. Week. Broken up by the Cross. Atlantic connection. She sounded like she'd been transported somewhere somewhere. She never been before and she was finding footing. She told Bill that the rumors were true. Jim was dead. Doe needed to be in the next plane the Paris. Stays before bilk get there every day was a new panic attack. The phone continued to ring newspapers. TV stations manages from other bands, venues, family, and the new rumors started up Jim died of a heroin overdose in the rock and roll circus Jim choked on his own vomit just like Jimmy a jealous mistress killed them with witchcraft. He was murdered to discredit the counterculture movement coke alcohol heart attacks suicide killed by counts. Macula is vicious dealers was a really dead at all. You just figured out how to disappear completely now old Evil Spirit got a greyhound bus ride. Pamela greeted bill the door to her flat when he finally made it bill needed to see the body needed closure for personal reasons and needed confirmation of her professional matters. Hamlet collapsed and the bills arms let it loose like she'd been holding back at Davis of tears days now, which she had, she waited on bill shoulder bill confronted her repeated requests the body. Whereas the body I, need to see champ. That's the problem. Pamela. told him. There is nobody. There is not champ. The fuck do you mean there is no Bill couldn't believe he traveled all the way from Los Angeles to Paris well over five thousand miles at Penn was request to see after his friend and employer because Jim Morrison was dead to Morrison very much very dead and now there's no body. Pamela. Was Scatter brained. She had flushed the rest of her heroin stash burned a handful of gyms letters before authorities got the flat on. Saturday when they did she was too paranoid to panic to firmly in the twin grip of shock and trauma to think clearly, there have been a paramedic that warning a corner and Jim had been declared dead. They said natural causes most likely a heart attack because there's no suspicion of foul play no autopsy was performed French law. They put Jim in a coffin. Then in their put him in a coffin, sealed it up. It was French tradition do a quick. They told Pamela that's the way it was done seal a month. Then in there is she could be with them in the flat she signed the death certificate that they brought her. She didn't think to ask questions or ask for more information or asked to make a phone call because she just did not time to think she wasn't thinking. The first thing she had done since Jim Diapers to call bill she had no one impairs no one really could help. There are a handful of friends and then people on the fringes like the cow the cow disappeared suddenly and the friends they had their more like drinking buddies and friends dinner France. Maybe but not real friends that the bill siddons type who knows what to do. Stood in the flat with Pamela, the coffin was there. was already a done deal. But was going to be on opening. Probably, a million tabby be breaking. So unable to confirm that it was really Jim's body inside unable to speak to the attending doctor get a second opinion. They'll stood the flap Pam Kaufman stood. July, Paris Hot Summer Aman never identified himself to Pamela since he didn't speak English, she assumed he was from a more brought dry is by the apartment a few times. But time was not on their side they needed to get the body the ground. Building. That was bill size. John. Hammer could stop thinking about the night before but chin the cop the vomiting the bathroom haunted her for years followed clung to wouldn't let her go jim left everything to Pam on as well..
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"Bill siddons wanted to see the body there was no body was all just Vanisi. Make believe wanted to see Jim. Morrison's life body on a slab on a table on a bed in a bathtub anywhere just had put his eyes on a check that box vet verified. Someone just take him to the God damn body. So he knew that it was true that the rumors were true. The PAM was call was true and then he'd go into bill siddons crisis he'd handling take care of the Shannon the media, the authorities, the label family, the doors, the fans. He built the shit out of this thing, but he needed visual identification. Bill hadn't seen Jim. Months had hardly heard from months International Long Distance College were no joke. The doors had money. Sure. But bill was smart thrifty only call if absolutely necessary Jim sent the occasional postcard in one to his lawyer Max fink he wrote the women are great in the food is gorgeous and another Bob Green Account the asked for credit cards for himself and Pamela, and also for an extra three large for the matting bills came living a term life and giving zero shits. Bill New the gym was taking some extended Arner in Paris and build instructed everyone to keep their distance. Let them learn some new words meet some New People or you know what? No one cares just let the guy disappear. Bill Miliband would work L. A. Woman on the Home Front continue to repair the still fragile image of the doors post. Miami and when Jim is ready to come home ready to get back in the saddle and make music again, it'd be waiting. Again bill was smart in new deep down that would never happen. Jim was never coming Home Jim wasn't going to prison wasn't making any more records with the doors was on indefinite hiatus from the world. Even use that word when he spoke to bill about status in Paris indefinitely he'd remade himself into an ex PAT is long gone. Then calls, Cam The phone started ringing that Saturday July third nineteen seventy-one calls came in French calls. Came in English calls came in English with the French accent. The calls were frantic confused concerned heightened panic. Do Marcin dead. Bill taken these calls before it was a weekly game. He played back when the doors are at their height. Jim It drank himself to death over the weekend. Jim. Drove the Blue Lady into a telephone pole over the weekend Jim got into a brawl with a Wilson brother over the weekend the calls kept coming the phone kept ringing they all repeated the same thing Jim Morrison is dead. Confirm this for fourth. Bill felt sick his stomach dropped to somewhere around his knees sweat beaded around his collar at his wrists down his temples and off his chin he took each phone call with the stainless steel bowl on the desk. Next to in case he had a throw up on the fly. Then more cost came in the Jim Morrison wasn't dead. He was just hospitalized. It was very tired. He was resting yet another bout of that coughing fit worried spit up blood and would feel woozy and the news started running conflicting stories. June was in a hospital Jim was in a sanitarium. The phone rang again this time it rang louder than all the other times urging insistent like a pair of hands on the other side of the phone where it sat on the desk shook violently. Bill picked up the. Receiver it was Pamela. Voice was quiet. Week. Broken up by the Cross Atlantic connection. She sounded like she'd been transported somewhere somewhere. She never been before and she was finding footing. She told Bill that the rumors were true. Jim was dead. Doe needed to be in the next plane, the Paris. Stays before bilk get there every day was a new panic attack. The phone continued to ring newspapers. TV stations manages from other bands, venues, family, and the new rumors started up Jim died of a heroin overdose in the rock and roll circus Jim choked on his own vomit just like Jimmy a jealous mistress killed them with witchcraft. He was murdered to discredit the counterculture movement coke alcohol heart attacks suicide killed by counts. Macula is vicious dealers was a really dead at all. You just figured out how to disappear completely now old Evil Spirit got a greyhound bus ride. Pamela greeted bill the door to her flat when he finally made it bill needed to see the body needed closure for personal reasons and needed confirmation of her professional matters. Hamlet collapsed and the bills arms let it loose like she'd been holding back at Davis of tears days. Now, which she had, she waited on bill shoulder bill confronted her repeated requests the body. Whereas the body I need to see. That's the problem. Pamela told him. There is nobody. There is not champ. The fuck, do you mean there is no Bill couldn't believe he traveled all the way from Los Angeles to Paris well, over five thousand miles at Penn was request to see after his friend and employer because Jim Morrison was dead to Morrison very much very dead and now there's no body. Pamela was scatter brained. She had flushed the rest of her heroin stash and burned a handful of gyms letters before authorities got the flat on Saturday when they did she was too paranoid to panic to firmly in the twin grip of shock and trauma to think clearly, there have been a paramedic that warning a corner and Jim had been declared dead. They said natural causes most likely a heart attack because there's no suspicion of foul play no autopsy was performed French love. They put jim in a coffin then in their put him in a coffin sealed it up. It was French tradition do a quick. They told Pamela that's the way it was done seal a month. Then in there is she could be with them in the flat she signed the death certificate that they brought her. She didn't think to ask questions or ask for more information or asked to make a phone call because she just did not time to think she wasn't thinking. The first thing she had done since Jim Diapers to call bill she had no one impairs no one really could help. There are a handful of friends and then people on the fringes like the cow, the cow disappeared suddenly and the friends they had their more like drinking buddies and friends dinner France maybe but not real friends that the bill siddons type who knows what to do. Stood in the flat with Pamela, the coffin was there. was already a done deal. But was going to be on opening. Probably a million tabby be breaking. So unable to confirm that it was really Jim's body inside unable to speak to the attending doctor get a second opinion. They'll stood the flap pam the Kaufman stood. July Paris Hot Summer Aman never identified himself to Pamela since he didn't speak English, she assumed he was from a more brought dry is by the apartment a few times but time was not on their side, they needed to get the body the ground. Building. That was bill size. John Hammer could stop thinking about the night before but the cop the vomiting the bathroom haunted her for years followed clung to wouldn't let her go jim left everything to Pam on as well..
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
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,
"jim morrison" Discussed on Iconography with Ayo Edebiri and Olivia Craighead
"Scary stories stone the Pod, where we take you on a deep dive into the fascinating world of American folklore, ghost stories, haunting and urban legends via the Classic Children's series scary stories to tell them the dark. Thank you so much supporting our network now. Please please enjoy this episode, won't you, won't you? Did you guys know that Andrew Cuomo? Man Cave features a big poster of Jim Morrison's Mugshot absolutely. Absolutely. Actually like the shot, the Mugshot is when in nineteen, sixty-nine, when he was arrested in Miami for exposing himself on stage, and then it was a very like the Mugshot with like the the was superimposed on a wanted poster in the poster, said wanted in the county of Dade, and it was like a very like you, said I that Townie Baby. You saw that shit and I think place. This is the one from his new haven arrest Oh new haven citing inciting a riot, but. Can you describe Andrew Cuomo's man Cave just from this image? Well, he has chew. It appears he has two. Treadmills side-by-side perhaps it his and hers, so I don't know if that one for Sarah nine this, is he? They're selling. They're selling this house. That's how this information is. Pablo used to be safely. Yes, but it's weird, so so she calms into the into the stairs into the. Just to work out So I? Yes, so too, but it seems Oh. I guess there's a full mirror. There's a mirrored wall. So. What happens is that the Mugshot is sort of reflected infinitely as kind of stunning, which is stunning. Is that like the old hog skin? There is some kind of like. Memorabilia fall. Also like weights, and like a desk, which is confusing to me, andrews a real man. He is a real man, because he no one -Talian man one thing about Jim Morrison is that he was a real man. He was an Oregon chasing lunatic. Like, Oh yeah, who never that means chasing. Yeah. I wonder what that means. What is Oregon chasing me? Does it seem like he liked chased like boobs? My boss is that the Oregon yell or like you know like sex organ, maybe right like like parts of the blame love that that or I googled organizing in. There's nothing. There's nothing doors were known for their use of a Woerlitz, or or even in their music. Raymond's there was. Played the Oregon. Absolutely to kind of. An Oregon chaser. I think it's. I think it was more of a sex. I think we're in a period real quick to a little game called Fuck Mary kill that we play, but instead of with people. Necessarily we play with aspects of these celebrities. These icons potential icons is lives okay, so we're GONNA Pixel three little moments that you can that we can all go around and see if we'd fuck Mary or kill. Sorry, it's crass. But. That's just the way life is. Chasing these organs, and and it gets any gets bleak. Okay so. Should we say like? Having Val kilmer play you on a bio-pic think that's great. Okay I think the the the music sure which includes the spoken word Yes for better or worse, and then just sort of like the party lifestyle, and all its highs, and also los que. Okay, so should I say or maybe his hair. Oh, harassed hair! Had, great hair. Hair Yeah I! Say Music Man Music have come by the way he has. He got his first iconic haircut from J. C., bring who was murdered and stay. Murders played by Emile Hirsch Movie, and now you movie, not murder than the real move. Alive and well alive and well and still cutting Jim Morrison's hair damn. and. He's and he's Gut by us. Yeah Ding okay well, this is okay, so wait so. Thanks a lot like him. I felt like like. A meal hair casting was good. It's crazy that her shoes pop back up again. He bounced back. From what he liked that. He literally throw Ya. It was. PROBABLY A bad guy! Yeah, no, for sure well I think that's why. One of our feed the film. To fill contract. Dino Radja woman wants exit. It's like I got to fill me. 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"jim morrison" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"The establishment. Protests love INS, biens and Jim Morrison could not be bothered. He spent his days during the summer of sixty five on Venice beach apartment building rooftop sherp stone. Living Off avocados oranges in a seemingly endless supply of mind altering LSD. Fire away from the war zone watts. Venice Beach May as well have been in a different solar systems. Jim. was having his own private Watson inside his mind that he feted dope and acid him booze. He learned what he had been taught tore down. The values of his parents chased the new reality in the fantasy. World is mind created. He did what he wanted his carefree life frightening. It liberated him in a frequently got into hot water with the law. Especially, when is so-called? Liberations involved an underage girl in a missing friend..
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"Establishment riots. Protests love INS, biens and Jim Morrison could not be bothered. He spent his days during the summer of sixty five on Venice. Beach apartment building rooftop sherp stone. Living Off Avocados, oranges in a seemingly endless supply of mind altering LSD. Far Away from the war zone Watts Venice. Beach May as well have been in a different solar systems. Jim. was having his own private Watson inside his mind that he feted dope and acid him booze. He learned what he had been taught tore down. The values of his parents chased the new reality in the fantasy. World is mind created. He did what he wanted his carefree life frightening. It liberated him in a frequently got into hot water with the law. Especially, when is so-called? Liberations involved an underage girl in a missing friend..
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"The band, but they didn't get. Jim's lyrics didn't get gyms five. Jim was known as opposed to a flake. He was an aimless drifter. Who would only way them down with his ponderous lyrics and overwrought psychedelic Sinatra's. When they bailed on the Band Rain Jim picked up John Dinsmore on trump's and Robbie craigie tar, both from raise, Meditation Class Rodney was a tender nineteen years old. They didn't have a Bass player put ray work double time to make up for you discovered the fender keyboard bass, which he played with his left hand, while he played his vox organ with this rain. The doors would take that sweet sixties, electric piano and organ pop, and twisted up distorted as songs in that era were swirls of watercolor on. And the doors were a big droplet. Smoke pipette sent the colors reeling. Songs I question mark in the mysterious ninety six tears. Sam Sham the pharaohs, wooly bully, possibly the greatest record saga time songs like Booker Tm Jeez, green onions revere as California's San. The animals house of the rising sun, the castaways liar liar, but the door is new. One of their greatest assets would also preview one of their biggest liabilities. Jim Morrison was GONNA be one hell of a front man, but he was wild, wild, on-stage, wild, offstage, uncontrollable on his own triple, running fast from a past inside the wanted to lay blame and cage him. He wanted to challenge others, but he didn't want to be challenged by any. He would help me doors. Famous cement them in the Pantheon of rock music forever, but he would also jeopardize the band's career at times. It seemed like end their career. He provoked. Audience is provoked. COPS offend shock. He was so volatile. He wouldn't even think twice about pulling a knife on a girlfriend who dared to tell him what he didn't WanNa hear..
"jim morrison" Discussed on 27 Club
"Jim. Morrison didn't know the girl was only fourteen. He motioned to her standing on the side of Hawthorne Avenue in Los Angeles her arms crossed in her stance impatient, and then motioned back to the LAPD. Over his identification. He leaned in towards the cops here. His voice to just above a whisper, Murmur, shoe, fourteen. The COP was an amused Jim looked back to the girl. Another cop was now standing next to her, and with that added perspective, he could see it now next to the hulking cop. It was clear she was definitely fourteen. faulk something he clearly hadn't seen when he abruptly jumped out of the moving Red Chevy grabber kiss her on the side of the road. He looked at Filipino his friend. Who is behind the wheel of the Chevy fill looked like he wanted to slink down below the steering wheel. Make himself scarce until this whole thing was over. The COP repeated JIM statement back to him, so he told, fill the slam on the brakes right here in the middle of Hawthorne, so that he could bail from the passenger side scarce, some teenage stranger out of her wits by running up on her and kissing her. Right here in the middle of Hawthorne. Jim Laughed and nodded his head. He added that he didn't expect the police cruiser to be rolling by at that moment that happened. The feeling just came over. She was there. He was feeling friendly. Why Not Carpe Diem and all that other jive? macab arched eyebrow, and the other officer walked over to say that the girl wasn't looking to press charges, and the cops in California didn't know Jim by name yet. They would eventually cops all over the country. Would soon no Jim. Morrison by name, Rock Enrolls public enemy number, one troublemaker extraordinaire that drunk bearded beatnik. But in nineteen sixty five Jim, morrison was nobody just another Weirdo freak jumping out of his car and do some stupid Weirdo freaks stunt. The cops told me knock it off in a bid. The year before Jim finally transferred from FSU UCLA. Restarted his academic career as a film student, you read in each read Huxley Read Young Ginsburg and Komo. Try To shock and outrage with a student films in return. He received rejection in grades. fucking his film professors and fellow students didn't want to acknowledge acknowledges pure talent. Make It fuck right off. When they handed out diplomas that Spring in one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty five. Jim was far away from the UCLA campus hit successfully decamped Venice beach. You became part of the scenery human driftwood. He crashed on the rooftop of the apartment building where his friend. Jacob lived raided nearby avocado and orange trees for sustenance. Let the sun big is bare chest and lighten up his long hair. Venice, a uniquely Californian stretch of sand on the west side of La is known for its bipolar blend of drug-fuelled counterculture weightlifting muscle culture. The dog town boys, birth skateboard culture in the abandoned backyard pools at Venice in Arnold. Schwarzenegger pumped his way into Hollywood via muscle beaches equipment. But before all that, and after falling into disrepair in the nineteen fifties, the one time slum by the sea was having a bit of a renaissance in the one thousand nine hundred sixty s and Jim Morrison was there. Take it all in from high upon his rooftop perch. The Sun rose and the sunset black smoke drifted from watts from the east and dissipated by the time it reached the coast watts happening on an entirely different planet as far as Jim, Morrison was concert. There on the roof he was above it all above his shitty grades and film school above the rejection above his parents who disapproved of every movie made. Each morning he would stand on the roof for fourteen Westminster Avenue a few pounds lighter than the day before and reinvent himself again. In Venice could be himself whatever that was and he could shoe on D. unsupervised. He crushed LSD tabs between his teeth. outfielder snacks on sunflower seeds. It was everywhere in Venice Beach Housley white lightning tabs were passed around the boardwalk. Acid was an over the counter treat of and head shops. But over the counter acid in free for all white lightning was not enough for Jim. He needed more. He wanted right from the source. He wanted to squeeze that Peyote cactus taste, pure mess gonNA stick his tongue out and freak hot as it sought. That was the trip. He wanted to take the ultimate trim. So it was Jim and Phil hopped into Phil's Red Chevy and headed east desert bound after the incident with the fourteen year old on Hawthorne never back on track. The desert called Jim the heat, the expanse, the cracker and Toke desolation. He heard about ceremonies were native Americans. Shoot Arrows at the peyote cactus to prove their mettle. Jim knew he would prove worthy. He wasn't Jim. Morrison the Military Brat from Florida ever since the moment on the New Mexico highway when he was four Jim was someone different. Surely a peyote trip, the desert would offer more enlightenment on who that person was. Jim returned two days later, but Phil didn't. Jim came back and started telling stories stories about shooting arrows have hey od CACTI with his native American brethren stories about a Latino biker gang the took offence to his girly hair and decided to fuck them up real good, and then he told the story about killing his friend fill. The peyote was so strong. He couldn't tell what was really more who was real anymore. He looked at Phil's face in the moonlight out in the middle of California desert, the wind much colder at night than expected. He looked at Phil's face. It wasn't fill. It was the cop on Hawthorne. It was that cop at the FSU football game. It was his holier than thou film professor. It was his father Captain Marson. The moonlight intensified the night were on the shadows across fills, phase ebbed and flowed free to fuck out. Jim couldn't remember the exact way that he murdered Phil, but remembered burying his body in a river bed, which riverbed which desert which CACTUS which face Phil was wearing at the time. Jim couldn't say. Jim Friends in Venice didn't know what to think. Gyms fantasies came and went sometimes they weren't that far off from reality and other times they were certified godse. They laughed it off. Is Jimmy Jim even if it was strange that human return with Phil Chevy no film. And there was one person though wasn't laughing it off Phil's father. He got wind of Jim Story in his shook him to the core. Phil's father was a lawyer. His son had been missing for days now any of this spring into action. He wasn't about the lead. Some snot nose acid, gobbling authority beating punk leaves child in the wind. He tracked down the fourteen year old girl. The Gym Kissed on Hawthorne and Convinced Depress Sexual Assault Charges, so the gym would have to be brought in for questioning. He gets to the bottom of this and find out where Phil's final resting place was and put his killer Jim Morrison away for good while he was at it. But, almost as soon as the cops put Jim under arrest, Phil appeared dazed, confused back from the dead. But Jim wasn't a murderer. He wasn't a Peyote forager and he sure is. It wasn't getting pummeled by bikers on the side of.
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
"jim morrison" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Nate Wilcox and today I've got the distinct pleasure been joined by two of my colleagues in the Pantheon podcasting network. We've got the rock and Roll Librarian. Shelly Sorenson in Christian Swain the major Domo of the whole network and the rocket archaeologist. Welcome thank state and today we're GonNa talk about a classic of Rock Literature. No one here gets out alive by Jerry. Hopkins and Danny sugarman bother. Were deceased so. This is a perfect way to cover a real cornerstone of rock music literature. When we don't have the authors to go to so thanks so much for coming on and helping us discuss Jim Morrison and the doors. I love that we get to make up whatever we want. Because there's no dispute from the author's well you know some people say that Danny sugarman and Jerry Hopkins did just that is by FIA of their dead former acquaintance in tournaments case former client. But we'll get to that at the end. Let's just jump right in there. I mean this is a biography of a Jim Morrison Came out in nineteen eighty two. I believe about eleven years after he died was an enormous bestseller. I mean this was an the racks at the airports at seven. Elevens this was a trade paperback. It had a picture of Jim. Morrison not from nineteen sixty seven shirtless and beautiful. Just immortal at triggered rolling stone cover story said he's hot. He sexy he's dead. And kind of triggered the whole sixties revival that was a big pop culture factor in the eighties. What was it about mid sixties? La that made it such a great place to launch a rock career shelley. Well you know at that time. An La was big of course a big TV and movie capital and was increasingly becoming news capitol as well and at that time in nineteen sixty four Jim Started Jim. Morrison started studies at the UCLA film school and this was what they called the professors called the Golden Age of film at Ucla and and in Los Angeles the Faculty included top directors. And the students.
And the North American Car of the Year is....
"In the competition for the north American car truck and utility of the year W. W. J. RB reporter Jeff Gilbert in downtown Detroit where the awards were announced Chevys corvette is north American car of the year beating the Hyundai sonata and Toyota supra jeeps gladiator one truck of the year over the heavy duty ram and Ford ranger Jim Morrison heads the jeep brand for us at the jeep brand it means a lot because it's going to be you know on the top of our website
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
"jim morrison" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Very he hated his own man his oh man was a big time admiral in the war particularly during vietnam and i guess boris you gotta remember though hold on that jim morrison wasn't always a nice guy either you know he had his he was drunk and i know very few drunks you don't lose lose it from time to time and say things and people that they shouldn't say but i never forgotten this story here you are you're jim morrison of the doors one of the biggest bands in the country and your mother is begging you when you're performing in florida please come over to the house for dinner and jim morrison agrees finally okay yeah i'll come home at the very last second before her mother hangs up the phone she can you just do be one favorite oh can you get a haircut and it was because of the old man and he never showed up never went to dinner imagine you're gave moore's and you get a haircut afraid you're gonna upset his dad but this is a song that he wrote all the words to caisley i will jump on stage with the juliana brothers and attempt to sing this song i don't get close to it but it's fun thing is such a great song john sweet what no so mainly what off more shoutout the great record from beginning to end oldfashioned shop choices i love the blues.
"jim morrison" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Are that's crazy that's the one i listened to meadow knows funny here let me go back a little bit i was listening to the radio the day and i heard this song and i knew that you guys had a new song but i hadn't heard it yet hadn't heard the new singer that's got to be the new it just so stone temple pilots classic tune with the melody line and everything and your voice fits perfectly it's not a while and clone but there's a little while but a lot of your own to which is pretty good influenced me too as well as like you know the people that influenced him like jim morrison and david bowie and it goes all the way back to the carpenters and others like all the stuff that i my dad's record collection all that stuff is like i can i can hear all that stuff in his in his delivery and so it's yeah it's been a big part of my journey to you know it was interesting is when scott and i would write a song i would usually when i wrote a piece of music i would have a melody with it sounds like interstate love song sometimes if i had a melody i would go to scott check out this melody and he's like that's exactly the melody i had so we shared a lot of that and we kind of pass that on the jeff once in a while like check out this melody and it really is kind of a stone temple pilots.
"jim morrison" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This is the most famous film henry show for opened so go in southern california here on this thursday sort of just kind of like a little team nice isn't it i was i was commenting burger you were playing a song earlier know something one of my favorite songs of all time and i think it's a very very indicative song of the winter time is the one by the door even the door and absorb the doors the doors and it's cold doodoodoo song wintertime world wintertime bets at wintertime love it i ask but too two dubbed that are forward on him and this reflects the new did do this reflects a winter in california which is much different from us we don't have spilled but we have the chris wins don't feel good get yet gets calzone say that again as was fill thoughts would you did beloved not laughing you've got a point don't point everything out you're you're making of six of the winter but what i was saying its this is jim morrison and this portion driven drunk i ask a question no you may not i'm still talking for surrey this is the doors and this is wintertime love puckett margaret you know what i wanted to say what are you why with the language i'm making a point about wintertime love all right i'm sorry i won't ask about the borresen kid you can ask all your questions about his drug overdoses etcetera when i'm done now how do you know what is going to ask about that were you or were you not jesus she goes where you yesterday was all right she's got a point hold off general thank you failed now.