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Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"
"So in september of nineteen seventy five robert plant still in a wheelchair joined jimmy page in southern california to write some new songs bass player john. Paul jones and drummer. John bonham would join them not long after once. They finished rehearsing most of the material in california. The band then relocated to music land studios in munich germany to record the album in november. The challenge was that the rolling stones had already booked the same studio for december. Which left led zeppelin with about two weeks to record the whole album. Jimmy page who not only played all of the guitar parts but also wrote virtually all of the music and produced. The album was working eighteen to twenty hours a day on it in the end they ran out of time. And jimmy had to ask mick jagger for two more days. In the studio to finish up jagger gave him the two days and jimmy page almost by himself recorded all of the overdubbed seven songs worth in one single night. And then jimmy. An engineer keith. Harwood mixed the whole album. The next day the album would be named presence and it was released in march of nineteen. Seventy six robert plant described this struggle to make the presence album as our stand against everything our stand against the elements against chance. We were literally fighting against existence itself. Unlike every other led zeppelin album. There are almost no acoustic instruments on presence at all. No keyboards no mandolins or recorders. No acoustic ballads. This is an album dominated by jimmy page's electric guitar wizardry and achilles last stand may be the pinnacle of his guitar playing and arranging genius achilles. Last stand is the first track on the album opening the record with a slow fade in on jimmy. Page's guitar played on his legendary gibson. Les paul nicknamed number one. The part is doubled and then panned left and right almost imperceptibly in the background there. You can hear john. Bonham hit a few notes on a symbol and with one hit of a snare drum into the song.
interview With Rik Emmett
"Welcome back. It's Eddie trunk on this week's podcast. Thank you so much for listening We start off as mentioned with Rik Emmett of triumph coming up second and just a bit. It'll be Rachel Bolan of skid row a very, very deluxe expanded double dip addition to great interviews for you this week I. Hope you enjoy him. We start with RIK Emmett right now. How are you rick? I'm Great Eddie how are you? Good how you in Canada how are you home? Yeah, yeah I live in Burlington, which is sort of a western city suburb, of Toronto and It's been great here. Actually you know it's I haven't minded sort of being isolated and. You know it hasn't had too much effect at actually allow me to become a little bit more creative so I've been enjoying myself. Well that's the thing you know all this pandemic time all the artists I've been talking to all seem to have a different take. Some are really chomping at the bit to go out there and do things and others are enjoying the reconnect with family and not used to being home. This long others are taking the time to do really creative things. Right record do streaming videos what what's been the focus for you. In this time I mean you you are semi retired from touring anyway weren't you? Yeah I had sort of stepped back from touring at the beginning of twenty nineteen. So I was getting used to it and I had told my agent. Well, you know I'll go out and try if you want to necessarily have to fly two gigs. But if you put some stuff together that can drive to maybe I'll try some of that and then along came covert thing and those got bumped and canceled and so but I was already getting used to being off the road. anyways. So I don't really miss the road and I mean. I do Miss Playing And and having that I interaction with the crowd and that energy you know but I don't miss you know airplanes and hotels and taxi cabs and all the rest of it. You know a And the thing. That's weird. Eddie like it was almost like a retirement was a great career move for me because. Round Hill records was putting out the triumph stuff said, he would you like us to put a all your back catalog and I went well sure that it'd be great. It's nice to have somebody believing me. So all of the albums that I made after I left triumphed they've just digitally released him and then I was sitting around going I. Think you know I still want record and stuff when I was writing tunes in When I in nineteen, sixty, two, I don the Bob Dylan record, it was just called Bob Dylan and it was just a cousteau Qatar voice voices. You know all my years I've never really done a whole album like that. So I'm going to do a project like that. So I put that out on my website and then I I was. Writing a book of poetry and it looks like a publisher wants to make a deal so that I can do book of poetry and a memoir. So it's like one thing led to another thing about to nosing before I. Knew It. I had like a completely full calendar, and now of course you know I'm doing all of this promos on calling you. What is what is strung out troubadours I saw link for that. What is after the newest thing you're doing? Now Strung out troubadours was a thing. There was a guy named Dave Dunlop who played in my band and he actually went try and fly the reunion Gig in. Sweden in an Oklahoma Day was actually in the in the triumph hand as well playing rhythm. Guitar and Stuff. So Dave and I had a little duo thing like a lot of times my touring and got to the point where I was doing a lot of solo stuff I wanted something else and so I use the piano player for a while and then I kinda got the edge to have a little bit more of a rock and roll approach. So two guitars made it a little bit more kind of versatile and so Dave is the guy and we did it for you and then I said, Hey, you know what? We should do an album together and put it out. We can sell it at emerge table, and so that was the birth of the troubadours and we did three albums. and. Yeah Round Hill bought my rights out to those days still has his side of it. He he didn't sell them. So he stands to make some more mechanical royalty. Whatever there is to be made these days, right Yeah. So I wanNA talk to you. I. WanNa ask you some triumph stuff of course but before. But before that, let's let's let me cover the reason you're calling which you mentioned the release of your albums after triumph ended for you and I think rick that people would probably be surprised to learn how many records there are, and there were a lot of people that sort of. Categorized what you did after triumph as being a jazz guitar, but that's not all you did. You really ventured into a lot of different styles. So for people that especially here in America that maybe didn't follow all that closely some of the stuff you did after triumph tell everybody what you did musically, and how many records there are in the different journeys those records took you on. Okay well, you know settle in folks make yourself a cup of coffee. This is a long story. There there was thirteen that round hill made a deal for and they ran the gamut and when I first got of triumph. So a little bit of sort of ancient history here left eighty eight. I actually made three albums for an indie either had a distribution through universal and in Canada. And those sort of started an evolution or You know I don't know a a mutation change from being sort of Iraqi. Guy To kinda be in a singer Songwriter Guy and that took me from eighty nine through to about ninety five six. And then I sort of had enough. I. I was I mean the industry had changed You know the whole thing of being sort of in an arena rock band. It's kind of converted to an MTV banned through the eighties that was dying off and there was the rise of Nirvana and soundgarden and so radio had gone in a different direction and I try and thing just seemed like it was over for me you know so I left made those three records in there and I got to the point where I went. Okay. This doesn't really seem to be working for me either and it's not really why I left triumph. In the first place I just want to indulge myself creatively artistically and I don't care if I make money or not This is not a question of chasing career. This is a question of sort of. Chasing what art in music and the music is is pulling me towards calling me. You know. So I, one was a classical guitar instrumental record next one in very short succession was a blues rock and kind of a thing because really that was like where I cut my teeth when I was first learning electric guitar was the whole Eric Clapton Jimmy Page Jeff Beck thing these guys out of the yardbirds then back into the Chicago Blues and down the Delta all of the you know the the same path that those guys went soon as you discover them, you go back down the path that they did too. So you know And then the next record was sort of top jazz because that was the next thing that happened in my life I went to college for one semester in Jazz Music Program but at the time, I was heavily deeply into everything from west, Montgomery to Charlie bird to Joe Pass and so Yeah you know swinging and that comes on playing blues and so those were the first three records I made real quick
Rolling Stones Drop ‘Scarlet,’ Previously Unreleased 1974 Track Featuring Jimmy Page (Listen)
"The Stones rolled out details their upcoming goat's head soup box set earlier this past month, But the most exciting elements for their fans was a previously unreleased song. According with Jimmy Page that you're listening to year called Scarlet sets not coming out to a September the fourth. But this week, the band released the highly anticipated track. Song was cut in October in 1974 with Keith Richards, Jimmy Page, both handling guitar duties and traffics Rick Gretch on the base. Pete says. My recollection is that we walked in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving and we were booked in next and I believe that Jimi decided to stay. We weren't actually cutting. It is a track was basically just a demo was to get the feel of it, but it came out well over the line up like that. You know, we better be using it. 1975 page told Rolling Stone that Rolling Stone magazine that he thought the track was supposed to be a B side of a stones record. It sounded very similar style and mood to those blonde on blonde tracks. Jimmy said. He was great. Really good. We stayed up all night when down Island Studios where Keith put some reggae guitars over one section. I just put some solos on it. It was eight in the morning and next day before he was able to do that. I remember first, jamming this song with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie's basement student, Jang said his great session. A new edition of Goat's head soup also features previously unreleased tracks Criss cross and all the rage along with the rare demos and a complete concert, taped at a gig in Belgium in 1973. Stones originally planned on touring American football Stadium this year, But certainly that gonna happen this year anyway. During the down time, they've released a new song called Living in a Ghost Town. The first original songs. He's 2012. So the stones are at it. Interesting, Jimmy Page story. Never heard this one before. No, I like the song though. It's very Yeah, I kind of did, too. Yes, I didn't know if I love seeing old documentaries. We've been watching a lot of stuff about Laurel Canyon and like Ringo was actually really good friends with Mickey Dolenz, the drummer for the Monkeys, which was always a joke that the monkeys were created to be like the American beetles. And so it's it's I like seeing who was actually friends with whom and to see that I never knew Jimmy Page in the Stones ever had any crossover and the fact that he played on the song is really cool. Jimmy Page lives in a house across the street from Murray Gellar's old house in Sonny. And apparently, he's quite noisy in the neighbourhood,
Led Zeppelin wins major copyright battle for 'Stairway to Heaven'
"A federal appeals court has restored a jury verdict that found Led Zeppelin did not steal stairway to heaven the state claimed that the nineteen seventy one Maggie had violated the copyright of the nineteen sixty eight song by spirit called Taurus do you want to hear a little bit of this let's hear a little bit of stairway to heaven first and then we'll compare that to Taurus C. which you think that's a major win for Jimmy Page and Robert plans and here's the song by spirit called Taurus it is it is similar the jury an eleven judge panel overturned a previous ruling at the jury in the year two thousand sixteen trial should have heard the recording of Taurus and was given poor instructions before jurors found in favor of pasion plant the jurors never heard the recording but a federal appeals court yesterday did restore the jury verdict that found Led Zeppelin did not
Tuning Up: Gibson Guitars Sings Sweeter Song
"AH from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday France. Maybe one of the things things you look forward to on the weekend is going to hear some music or perhaps playing some of your own today to celebrate our three hundred episode of business wars daily. We're going to take take a look at two icons of the Guitar Business Gibson Guitar and fender recently our sister show business wars to deep dive into their decades long rivalry and today we're going to catch you up on where the two are now. Gibson guitars been on a rocky road to say the least the company was founded in nineteen o two and named after Kalamazoo Michigan Inventor Orville Gibson over the decades it became known for its high quality instruments particularly guitars played by Les Paul Elvis Presley Jimmy Page and bb be king among many others less Paul of course had a guitar named after him but in recent decades Gibson Star began fading in the nineteen eighties instrument sales slowed as kids chose synthesizers and video games over guitar strings over time that trend continued by the early two thousands more and more musicians composing and making music digitally under CEO Henry Jessica Gibson attempted a risky strategy to try to reduce Gibson's reliance on selling mainstream mainstream guitars. He wanted Gibson to become what he called a music lifestyle company with that as its New Strategy Jessica wits lead Gibson into buying buying an assortment of consumer electronics businesses making head bones turntables in speakers but what about guitars will according to the Nashville Tennessee and between twenty ten in two thousand fifteen the company's sales grew from three hundred million dollars to over two billion dollars but the business model was hollow just go lewitt's had also tried to reinvent his electric guitar business pioneering several attention-getting innovation some of which like a rocket shaped guitar and electronic robot tuning. Learning machines were mostly rejected by guitar purists. Many Gibson loyalists complained that quality dropped prices rose in by two thousand fifteen profit margin's dropped to a meager four percent meanwhile Gibson's most famous rival thunder was doing quite well founded by a Radio Repairman in an instrument lover named Leo Fender Back in Nineteen forty-six vendor is famous for its stratocaster and telecaster guitars. The company also invented an electric bass. Call the P. Base the precision bass which became a foundation for rock and roll like Gibson fenders instruments appeared in the hands of world famous artists from country to our beat Iraq in the nineteen eighties eighties and nineties fender custom crafted guitars for Jimmy Page Eric Clapton Jeff Beck Merle Haggard Stevie Ray Vaughan and the list goes on while Jessica Woodson his team were pursuing doing an aggressive strategy that took the company away from its core business fender to was expanding but in an arguably healthier less flashy fashion the company added Digital Products Guitar Students along with upgraded amplifiers and other basics by early twenty eighteen gibson was in debt to the tune one of half a billion dollars and filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection some wondered whether this would be Gibson Swansong or if the one hundred sixteen year old company could be saved last October Gibson name new leadership and the company emerged from bankruptcy now. It's getting back to basics. No more rockets shaped guitars electronic robot tuners crazy futuristic takes on its mainstay. Les Paul Guitar Today. Gibson offers two basic lines of its classic classic guitars modern and traditional many players feel like qualities returning and that the guitars while still expensive or no longer wildly overpriced and under engineered appeared. The company is slowly getting. It's Mojo back. Fender is at the top of its game but keeping an eye on Kitson. Hey Vendor knows its biggest. Competitor isn't down for the count to make sure it would compete with Gibson. Fender has sharpened up its budget minded imports made in Mexico and China. Those instruments were designed to undercut Gibson price in rival. I Will Gibson's affordable brand episode on at the same time fenders producing high quality more expensive guitars right here in the United States of America. It's not easy for icon at companies to maintain their relevance for more than a century but with help from their fans that's just what both Gibson and fender have managed to do at least at least for now for more on the twists and turns of one of America's great musical rivalries check out our series Gibson guitars versus fender our sister show mm-hmm business works from wondering this business wars daily at this week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers Marshal Louis created by for Non Lopez or whatever I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week.
Inside Bill Gates' Brain with Davis Guggenheim
"Bills Brain three part documentary. Nfl I just watched it this week. Tell me how this project got started because you have you got a lot of access to gates and it's obviously Dan netflix unusual structure. You know three one hour episodes. Don't tell me how it came together so I was making the film waiting for Superman and we were almost it's done but it felt like he was missing. Voice and waiting for Superman was about public education's like how does this sort of failure of our public schools effect business and you know what better the thing to talk about. Someone who's in Silicon Valley or at least the business of Silicon Valley. He's obviously in Seattle but what does that do to growing the best business in in in America. How do you find talented educated. People had at his failure of our schools of some of our schools. I should say many are do really well but how does that effect are growing economy in in in the tech business. So I went up an interview bill. He was so great and so surprising that that I was like wait a minute this this person the needs to be reconsidered a because to give us the backstory. I was a I got a Macintosh nineteen eighty-four. It was the first person in my dorm Brown to get one. I think it was like ten had arrived at Brown in everyone of my floor huddled around this magical computer so I was a Mac. I was an apple guy and I always thought Steve Jobs is cool and Microsoft was just like for the business people and so I sort of held Bill Gates in my mind at arm's length that was like he just business guy. Maybe he's a monopolist. Maybe he's not but but you know I like. I like Mac and so what I finally met him. I was like wow. There's something he's doing right now. That needs to be understood. He is he's really changed his public image and I don't WanNa get into into that part of it because the weight inside bills brain is structured literally inside of every episode. It's almost like a thriller of the project that the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is doing doing whether that's toilets or nuclear energy or vaccinations then there's like the history which is what most people kind of assume you're going to get right. We're GONNA GONNA tell the story Bill Gates from start to now but there's this like thriller component of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation happening inside of it. How did you decide to like like musicnet structure. Go started filming and I actually got lost. I don't know how to make this because a lot of the work. They're doing a super complex. In also initially dramatically. It's not just add water in the story tells itself right and so I was experimenting with this kind of way of cutting back and forth between his biography in the work that he's doing and the first time it worked was when I in its in episode two I think is when he's trying to figure out why cases of polio keep popping up all over Nigeria in Afghanistan Pakistan and why past efforts was it failed and how he used sort of his brain had he delvin to sort of like crack that because people been trying for years they thought they were getting close and then it doesn't work it. Would I thought I'd do is show bill in the early days in highschool cracking the class schedule. It's sort of a famous story where his private private school asbill a sophomore. I think ask him when he's a software and then he does it in his junior senior year but they say you're. You're good at this computer thing. You know there's a famous terminal school only one terminal any school in State of Washington say. Hey you're good at this coatings and can you code the class schedule at lakeside aside and so he and Paul Allen Staple night figure out how you know because his lakeside had merged with girls school so they had all these different classrooms different for campuses and Bill Paul us sort of their brains and they're sort of algorithms to cracks in the same way he cracks the algorithm or tries to crack the algorithm for a radical polio he did things like digital mapping in predictive analysis on where cases of polio would show up so the story telling the whole story retelling for all three episodes follows that one example where we cut back and forth between something some way in which his brain worked or or something revealed in his character actor is historical story with what he's doing now to reveal how his brain works and how you know how he solves problems so you obviously got all this access testable to Melinda. You got a bunch of archival footage. I guess you would call it of them. When they were young when they were dating there's Video Ville hugging kids when they're babies as which broke me like you don't ever see that side of him. How did you go about getting access to build. The product was kind of the condition that I make for any movie. When I flew complained to commit to page talk him into doing it might get loud. It was like if we're if we're GONNA do this. You got to open up to me. I won't ask any questions to ask. I will put everything on the table because that's you know that's what if you're going to do a movie forgot to go make make that effort you open yourself up and the same thing. I did with bill and I have to save all the people I've ever made a movie about. He was the most open in the least concerned about Oh. Don't go there. Don't get this right. I mean I went. I went right into you. You know the depositions for the case. You know there's pretty harsh stuff in there about how the world sees him and I put all if even if you go and watch the trailer of the trailer in the opening of the move of the series is is this guy a good guy bad guy you know one. One voice calls him the devil I really wanted to say I want to put it all table. Say who you know. Let's let's put everything on the table and let's let's consider this man. Today did bill get any edit control. Do they get to say they didn't want anything in there. Now what I do is for every movie all when I get a cut that I like I'll go show it to people so I showed to Jimmy page edge or anyone else or Bano or Malala just because I wanna make sure that I didn't miss something or it didn't miss categorize something and often in every case you sort of. They say oh well. You know what there's another another piece that story that entail you and usually gets better but nothing was. I didn't take anything out that I didn't WANNA put in so there's sequence your time in the antitrust apiece. There's a sequence where you ask him if he was arrogant in step position. This is great because you know. This is a heavy topic now. We actually talked about it on this podcast. All the time like like are these companies to powerful should get broken up. Microsoft was arguably the first the current president of Microsoft Brad Smith. He's just read a book about basically asking being the government to regulate tech companies. It's very interesting but it he bill gates was the first as you note in the documentary. He's he stepped back from the operations operations of Microsoft to handle trial he gave this famously bad deposition and you ask him if he's arrogant and he he was like well look when you're a twenty year old billionaire. Maher sometimes when when you were getting answer. Did you sense that he was that he was shading or was he just telling you what he thought. Who's absolutely shading you. You Watch it. What's what's fun about watching. The movie and we put the full answer in is that he didn't WanNa say he was hacked arrogant. The Fun thing about making a movie is one of my agree. Teachers taught me this about storytelling is that you know that the filmmakers job is to plus two. The audience's job is for that sounds like a really pretentious film film school way of saying it but the idea is I ask if he was arrogant. He gives an answer. It's up to you and the audience to say and decide whether he's arrogant or not so I like to put that in there and let the audience decide for himself or herself. Do you think that arrogance however he wants to think of it is an asset to him and his current work. That's a good question. That's a really good question. I'd have to let him answer that. I mean I think intense focus. I think being very certain I think maybe with a touch arrogance. Get to this place where you're cutting through a Lotta bullshit so that is an let me let me qualify this answer by this is my answer not his answer but I do think that affect of people in the world have to cut through bullshit they have to cut through group think in their own group in their own company they have to cut through how the bureaucratic nature of a big company slows things down so if arrogance Y- like five percent or twelve percent arrogance and certainty and bull headedness it is effective. I wouldn't mind that I think sometimes a director of documentaries has to be bull headed and arrogant sometimes but then you have to sort of you know put guardrails ells on yourself. You have to have a few on that so that you don't go too far and I think clearly see footage in there. From the early days of Microsoft will they'll clearly went too far. Your gifts and that's actually the one the one piece of documentary that I I don't know how interesting it would be to everybody. I kind of understand why it wouldn't be there but it's very interesting to me is Microsoft soft was a ruthless company with gates at the helm and you you wave at it a few times right by their competitors date they crush them obviously netscape and eh interest trials there but there was lots and lots of other stuff they did to ruthlessly destroy their competitors along the way and that was all bill. was there a moment where like. I need to focus on that that stuff more or say. I just need to say at once and move on. There's other stuff. That's more important you I mean the the the the focus of the series is really not about that. I put enough enough in there to acknowledge it and say this happened but it wasn't an expose of the tactics. Microsoft in this period of time and so did just like the movie doesn't get into who all the details of the entrust case it doesn't get into all the details of why bill thinks that they were maligned nor does it get into all the details of why people think Microsoft is wrong. That wasn't the focus of the series. The focus of the series is a character study of a guy in in what is he doing with his life.
"jimmy page" Discussed on AP News
"Musician Jimmy page was young he'd already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar that it was often taken away from him at school that dedication worked out well for page who took Led Zeppelin to the top is one of the most powerful outfits in rock and roll history. Now, some of the instruments that he used zeppelins are on display an exhibition called play it loud at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York seven of pages Qatar have been loan to the exhibit alongside dozens of other guitars and drums memorabilia from legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, and John Lennon asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has jerked so long page says it has so many different styles and moods, and it's very passionate. And it's also very gentle, and it's very hard. And it's extremely dynamic the exhibition is going on now through October first. A majority of Americans want changes to the US system of government. According to a new poll, and as a Mike Kemp and reports those calling for change include supporters of both major party, a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school for public policy and the center for public affairs research shows fifty four percent believe the system needs major changes. Another twelve percent think it should be completely replaced. Sixty one percent of Democrats in fifty two percent of Republicans want. Big changes. The poll finds the main discontent is tied to policy concerns. The people who are most critical of the way government handles issues. They think it should be dealing with are most likely to one changes, I'm Mike Kemp in. Radio news. I'm Tim Maguire, the chairman of the House Ways and means committee, Massachusetts Democrat, Richard Neal has sent subpoenas. The Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS.
"jimmy page" Discussed on AP News
"Musician Jimmy page was young he'd already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar, but it was often taken away from him at school that dedication worked out well for page who took Led Zeppelin to the top is one of the most powerful outfits and rock and roll history. Now, some of the instruments that he used in zepplin are on display an exhibition called play it loud at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York, seven of pages guitars have been loaned to the exhibit alongside dozens of other guitars and drums memorabilia from legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, John Lennon asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has endured so long page says it has so many different styles and moods, and it's very passionate. And it's also very gentle. And it's very. Hard. And it's extremely dynamic the exhibition is going on now through October first. Seniors who are more likely to fall for a scam could be looking at future mental health issues. AP's? Jackie Quinn, reports researchers suggesting a link between those elderly people and their odds of developing Alzheimer's disease later on researchers at Chicago's rush university. Studied nearly a thousand seniors without signs of brain issues for scam awareness tracking them for about six years things. Like staying on the phone with telemarketers being open too risky. Investments and awareness that seniors are often targeted for financial exploitation during the study one hundred fifty one seniors were diagnosed with Alzheimer's another two hundred fifty five with cognitive impairment and those worthy. People more likely to have scored poorly on scam awareness, the findings support the knowledge that changes in thinking and judgement appear long before the more obvious signs of Alzheimer's develop. Jackie Quinn, Washington. Eighteen radio news. I'm Jacky Quin missile fire from North Korea officials in Sola reporting that North Korea's fired not one, but several short range missiles, this.
"jimmy page" Discussed on AP News
"When musician Jimmy page was young he'd already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar that it was often taken away from school that dedication worked out well for page who took Led Zeppelin to the top one of the most powerful outfits and rock and roll history. Now, some of the instruments that he used in zepplin are on display an exhibition called play it loud at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York, seven of pages guitars have been loan to the exhibit alongside dozens of other guitars and drums. And memorabilia from legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, and John Lennon asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has endured so long page says it has so many different styles and moods, and it's very passionate. And it's also very gentle, and it's very hard. And it's extremely dynamic the exhibition is going on now through October first. The world will get a first look at the new Elton John bio-pic rocket man when it premieres next month at the canned film festival Paramount Pictures confirms that set the screen may sixteenth two weeks before its release in the US tyranny Edgerton stars stepping into Elton John's big and flamboyant shoes is directed by extra Fletcher who's been busy in the bio pic world, he took over the Queen film bohemian rhapsody after director Bryan singer was fired. Rocket mande is different however, described as more of a musical bio-pic hybrid and John himself as a producer on the movie. The seventy second annual Cannes film festival runs may fourteenth through the twenty fifth. Jim Jarmusch zombie comedy the dead. Don't die to open the festival. Synagogue shooting. I'm Donahue with an AP news minute. Rabbi Israel, Goldstein talked about seeing a member of his congregation. Laurie K shot in his synagogue empowering California's Reggie site. I could've seen K was killed. The rabbi was also shot came running right at me. And I lifted up my hand. I lost by index finger on this hand Goldstein says miraculously the gun jammed and the gunman took off authorities say the suspect John t Ernest had no previous contact with law enforcement. He thinks face a charge of hate crime. In addition to homicide and attempted homicide when he's arraigned later this week police in Baltimore say a gunman fired indiscriminately into a crowd that had gathered for Sunday afternoon cookout along west Baltimore street, killing a man wounding seven other people one man who was shot collapsed behind a Baptist church nearby and was pronounced dead at the scene. I'm Ed Donahue, AP digital news back in a moment..
"jimmy page" Discussed on AP News
"When musician Jimmy page was young he'd already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar, but it was often taken away from him school that occasion worked at well for page who took Led Zeppelin to the top is one of the most powerful outfits and rock and roll history. Now, some of the instruments that he used inception are on display an exhibition called play it loud at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York seven of pages Qatar have been loan to the exhibit alongside dozens of other guitars and drums memorabilia from legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lewis, John Lennon asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has endured so long page says it has so many different styles and moods, and it's very passionate. And it's also very gentle, and it's very hard. And it's extremely dynamic the exhibition is going on now through Tober. I. The approval process for flight controls on Boeing seven thirty seven. Jets begins next week the Mike Rossier reports Boeing's working on a software fix to the planes anti stall system. An international panel of experts will meet next Tuesday to begin a review of how the Boeing seven thirty seven maxes flight control system was approved by the us Federal Aviation Administration. The panel will be headed by former National Transportation Safety board chairman, Chris heart. It will consist of experts from nine International Civil Aviation authorities. The group will evaluate the automated flight control design on the max aircraft and look into whether changes need to be made to the FAA's approval process all Boeing max jetliners have been grounded worldwide since mid-march after the second of two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people.
"jimmy page" Discussed on AP News
"Jimmy page was young he'd already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar that it was often taken away from him at school that dedication worked out well for page who took Led Zeppelin to the top is one of the most powerful outfits in rock and roll history. Now, some of the instruments that he used in zeppelin are on display in an exhibition called play it loud. The Metropolitan Museum of art in New York seven of pages Qatar have been loaned to the exhibit alongside dozens of other guitars and drums memorabilia from legends like Chuck Berry, Jerry Lewis, and John Lennon asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has endured so long page says it has so many different styles and moods, and it's very passionate. And it's also very gentle, and it's very hard. And it's extremely dynamic the exhibition is going on now through Tober. I. Steve is Urman is getting another chance to return the Red Wings to glory in Detroit this time as the general manager the Hockey Hall of Famer helped the Red Wings win three Stanley Cup championships during his time in Detroit as a player. His number nineteen jersey hangs in the rafters. He retired in two thousand six and left. Two years later to lead the lightning the Red Wings have been rebuilding. Under Ken, Holland who's run as GM is over after twenty two years Red Wings owner, Chris Illitch said Holland encouraged him to hire is our men to replace him after the Tampa Bay Lightning gave the Red Wings permission to talk to him about the job in March is Herman is taking the reins of a team that's enduring its worst stretch since the early nineteen eighties. When the team was known.
"jimmy page" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Nine hundred sixty eight the band consisted of guitarist, Jimmy page singer, Robert plant basis, Boorda's, John, Paul Joe's and drummer John Bonham. Test. After changing their name from the new Yardbirds Led Zeppelin signed a deal with Atlantic records at the beginning of their career that allowed them considerable artistic freedom. Keep listening to iheartradio for more Led Zeppelin and all your favorite artists helping people make good decisions Jerry Reynolds is the car pro. And the car pro show is where you get straight talk. And honest answers about everything automotive some of it might surprise you. On a late model car don't always scare me. Because if there's that many miles on three year old car it had been primarily how valid right Dr in town that much in three years. Listen to the car pro show right here this weekend. There are a lot of reasons to listen to the car pro show. Welcome to the car pro show with Jerry Reynolds, the car pro. Jacob. Straight-talking honest answers about everything automotive on the car pro show. Learned something this weekend, Saturday morning at eleven on NewsRadio twelve hundred. When flipping a coin there are two possible outcomes the head or tail when making your commute also two possible outcomes good or bad, depending on who went head on into the tail of another car while the probability of the outcomes remain constant. It's the randomness of how the occur that is of concern. Keep the coin in your pocket and flip on traffic and weather on the ten please. Probability of an informed commute. One hundred percent radio twelve hundred w away. I want something. You gotta ask for something. Like this. Alexa, play twelve hundred w I art radio. Just ask your smart speaker for us. Seven forty eight San Antonio, Spurs news. Charlie parker. Welcome into Monday championship. Monday. Alabama Clemson.
The origins of Ryan 'Darth' Bader's nickname
"Heavyweight, grand prix fish announced last week that he will meet Fyodor only Netco on January twenty six at the forum in Inglewood California, and be final to see who will become the Bill, our heavyweight champion. If he wins that fight, he will then become Bill tours. I ever double champion, light heavyweight champion in built or he is Ryan Darth Vader Ryan. How're you doing great. What about you? I'm doing really well. Thanks for doing this Ryan. By the way, when you had your intro before the Mitchell fight, two Fridays ago, they had a little like Star Wars thing in there. Was that the first time that you've done that before? They, they kind of like a little something gonna be account down show. I didn't get to see also getting. Yet. Remember you doing that, so you didn't. You don't even hear the music when you're about to walk out. Well, like they've always in the music. I hear the music. I like the the dog in the beginning, China children that song between the back, whatever, but other, no, they get. We shine a little something. We're in Andhra with the head kind of I dunno. TV behind me when I'm walking out at all. What's fascinating is the fact that you're like the complete antithesis of of Darth Vader rarely, just such like happy guy, you know, kind of nice guy. You know what I mean? Is that why you got the nickname to begin with. Thing. You know, it was kinda from Brooklyn breslin days on this guy called me, and I went to went to another. I went to this call mcgarth also kinda stopped on down there. So what was when you signed up for this tournament? And I hate to to use the word easy, but it does feel like it has been relatively easy for you. Did you think it would go this way like that it would be such a walk in the park for you? I fight, you know, obviously you never go into any fifteen seconds. This punch three and knocking out more than spied Novick. Yet. Heavyweight date day can't towns which putting given to turn the hat winning. The whole thing was a favorite and they're the best, you know, heck weights. And right now you don't go out there and in kicking on, grinding them out. You'll be out of the. I saw myself walk through so many different matchups in the kitchen, not in in day the different styles. Really that I was going to have to fight finish investigator hands. You can, you know, update for big heavy, you heavyweight news in the, I always thought I was going to turn in of Trinite. But yeah, I mean, nobody predicted knockout. I. I was gonna handle that differently on the ground, and that's what I did. And you know, I'm, I'm join us so far considering how well it's going for you indicate, and I'm sure not having to wait cut for the first time in a very long time is a pleasure as well. Is there any chance that you just stay at heavyweight pass the tournament? You know, I don't know. Originally. When is two bucks and drop down the same. They lie. Heavyweight and descend the heavyweight on. You know. But who knows when that actually happens? I go out there and win this. I win this fight. There might be more intriguing matchup at heavyweight or Bill tour might want me to say or miss more sense to take a heavyweight title five. So right now I I want to, I want to different bowl 'cause they fire to me is not that really difficult. At the same time. We'll see when we get there. Like, what do you walk around at. About thirty five right now. Okay. Well, so I mean probably dating back to when you were a kid like the last time you probably didn't have to cut weight, so to speak quote unquote, probably like a decade or two decades ago, right? I mean, even, you know? Yeah. I was in high speed, Tony, Jimmy page, always walking around two twenty down to one ninety. One ninety seven. Get down to the lower than that.
"jimmy page" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"It's guitar player from see June twenty first two thousand sixteen and the captured is did this three hundred fifty seven year old song influence stairway to heaven? This article claims that the song is actually was written by an Italian composer which I cannot pronounce. It would have to be something like Pat gray, pronounce these names, but it was composed six fifty nine and that's how they're attorneys are trying to beat or did be the lawsuit. Okay. They're saying that this music has always been out there, but three hundred fifty seven years old. Isn't it? Like after twenty five years becomes public domain. I don't think it's twenty five years, but yeah, might be might be fifty or seventy five or something, but I know like happy birthday just kind of winds up in the public domain. Yeah. Giovanni, Battista Granada. Thanks, Joe shit. That's that's Italian composer. I think we talked about that at the time familiar. Yeah, I'd forgot about it, but yeah, could three hundred fifty year old composition bring it into the stairway to heaven plagiarism trial. And I think the answer is, yes. It did attorneys for Jimmy page and Robert plant have argued that the distinctive opening guitar passage of stairway to heaven uses a common progression that's been around for hundreds of years. In fact, composition by Italian composer. Giovanni Batista Granada uses this same progression and nearly the same melody heard instead stairway to heaven. We gotta find that the work. So not d. Totta e v Alina the whole Nin sue. Boscell continue. Oh way too long. Can't that just by the time you get done saying that you're going to be at the end of the song. So back in sixteen fifty nine, they had eight tracks. They have back then the real real. I think it was real real. Yeah. Yeah, we'll try to find the passage occurs at the thirty two second Mark in the. Oh, I think we do have a, oh, the origin of steroid heaven. Oh, as Ridgely I see. Not. They took it all this video contains content. Plunger country. That's sucks. Okay. I'll find it come. You can't have a copy right from a song from sixteen fifty. Nine. Can you that's possible say you're going to say is that at one point, Michael Jackson had control of Beatles tunes or something ridiculous. It was kind of a bone of contention too. Rick in California, you're on the blaze high. Hey, Rick, and my love you guys like you just called. I wanted to hop back about Mr. flake and I, I have a question, are Stephen, the men changes his vote because he meet some protesters at the bottom of elevator. And then in the interview, you see last night it's as if Koons is talking through what to say. I'm just wondering if he's ever had his own original pot or, or I mean, you look at the guy every time you see him. He looks like he's about to cry. But he may be you guys are great and keep it up. I just wanna throw my pain out there, see what you guys talk. Thanks, appreciate it. Yet. Jeff flake has been a massive disappointment for a long time now and this just kind of finishes that off. This is sort of the crescendo to see him on. Yes. And you know, 'cause he was at one time right when he got into office a pretty conservative legislator and that change pretty quickly because he got co opted by the establishment Republicans and. Just became like John McCain Jr. from then on. Although it's too soon, probably say that what John McCain. Let's see what you did that test, ripping John McCain, if you're comparing him to Jeff foot. Well, I guess if you compare, that's probably by the way, if you check your inbox there and just click on that link, it should open up if your music boxes ready there for talion composer version really from sixteen fifty, nine stairway to heaven, apparently done long, long long ago. So Jimmy page, ripping off everybody living in dead apparently. So he has no qualms that just doesn't get well..
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"Six fifty five. I know report says Moore baby boomers and gen Xers are smoking pot. New researchers published a report in the journal drug and alcohol dependence finding that nine percent of people aged fifty to sixty four used marijuana in the past year. That's double the about the same age group in two thousand six researchers say more relaxed attitudes may be encouraging older people to try cannabis. The report also finds marijuana users are more likely to drink alcohol smoke
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"It was it was pretty amazing to play in the in the the stadium there which you is the bird's birdsnests it was immense it was a huge stadium and i know it was being televised all over the world and i knew it was just one get tara stand there was heavy weight only shelled is not to mess up and not to mess it up for leonoid thing ellison it was and it went it was mildness amp center imaoka's so you know as far as doing things in your comfort certain annoying you'll comfort so that was that was challenging oh and the other thing most they had to be elevated up into the air and that was interesting because i had a fear of highlights before doing that but up but i had to take that aung and and added technique that i wish sharon whereby you were you can come could that so i thought that was father interesting you've met presidents the queen of course yes has music taken you places that you never thought you would you would go um the interesting part of it oh is it here i am and here i am now is fifty four one nine when i fully band on i'm seventy three now and the the lifetime achievement overhead is the fact that even from the time that that first album came out even though i cbina studio musician on played on countless records and albums of of the myriad of artists but music of led zeppelin the amount of people that i met throughout my life since the age aged twenty four the said that led zeppelin music has meant so much to their lives um unless that's a wonderful thing remarkable thing to know the youth the made a difference in people's lives that so that's a wonderful legacy to have.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Need to be very focused to go on and in kickoff and and you wouldn't necessarily remember everything that had gone on so it was pretty good that there were so many bootleg said i managed to listen to with all these different concerts because there are some of them really dramatically different for not tonight to hit just exactly how moguls who were jimmy page may not exactly want for humility but he's honest and he's correct they were that marvellous and almost forty years after the band ended its run they remain one of the top five best selling musical artists in the united states right after elvis presley led zeppelin decided to disband in nineteen eighty after john bonham died from drinking to excess since that time jimmy page has played mostly short term collaborations with other musicians he's also worked on film soundtracks done charity concerts and other philanthropic projects in two thousand eight he told mary jordan he gave one of the more memorable performances of his career as she wasn't a stage it was on top of a bus a doubledecker bus 'unit it was in beijing in at the olympics and it was the closing cermony of the of the olympics in two thousand the night and and that was they were passing over the battle hymn set to speak to london allows arum behalf of london and we uh that was myself and and the wonderful singer could reenter lewis and we've performed whole out of love and a full russian politics wlob as well and and.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Two new on gene thaddeus gene two edwin though live here no mm we came over to the united states in christmas nantie eight and then we played some cancers and then we came to the west coasts implied the sand gylys and the film and what happened at the film all was that we had an extra night pudding and we just which is stored up we told up the band's it was supposed to be playing there didn't common there were just sort of jamming vehicles we had this really hauled set and the whole of the the whole of the united states got to hear about this group the now had the requisite out in in the early part of january the wreck was being played all of the united states they was via radio kazuko so wasn't selfarousal was the internet it was a word by radio uh the band was just incredible and as we moved across the united states we ah say ma cina we on the on the eve maybe even before that februarymarch we will on the east coast in the west coast of people were just coming and it was incredible but here here comes the interesting thing was from that point onwards we will never able to satisfy the demand people the kanter says we would all and we were doing multiple day shows in cities a move still just sellout sellout oval the years we played size pretty good pretty good sort of cv merely 1968 was the next door.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Peres added amy no one of the ideas was to approach that first album is something more than a collection of singles in the late 1960s commercial fm radio stations in the us were new and we're moving toward free form formats where djs had the freedom to play long sets and even whole sides of albums it was all just beginning but jimmy page was watching the trend with rapt attention i realized that if you if you had an album the had each track almost setting up as he as you listen to one check it would it would set up the second shock because it did they will be there would be such a such a diversity upon the album of different styles into moods that it would capture people's imagination when the listened to it and now we hit the vehicle with the fm radio to be able to do that so y'all i had very clear ideas in the material that i wanted to do when you were placing the microphone threat your famous go having distance mike in yet and you know and and messing with the amplifiers did you spend hours doing it did you move it inch by inch until you could kind of okay that's where i wanna be no useful to go to know seat having been having been studio musician odds seen drummers really playing hartselle in little booth which was totally dead so there was no sound afflicted services whatsoever on it would just selma there were hitting suitcase and a new silk quite frustrated when it hit the drums sound evenly one party to hearing playbacks sometimes when you were a studio musician that she didn't know who you are going to play with because they just come walk you through the door your heart hand so he didn't really have any say in drummers won't be able to say will wouldn't it be better if because that that wasn't necessarily or jail unless you will also.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Did you purposely try to change the parameters of news well one a when i was a studio musician i've adum home recordings and way you over lay one guitar in another this sort of thing less pool would do but it was anywhere near sophisticated people but i would hear things on records and sort of thing kind could work out how they would done but now i had the opportunity to ask engineers how things are done i could play recco suicide how'd you arrive at that how we sat affect done is that it is other natural echo chamber always is it a fabricated spring river but whatever i could i could ask i got to learn how to do microphone placings was as a whole science to two microphone placing and i know is a producer as well so now i come out of that world i'm i'm inactive musician in the all birds but heavier really really good time saudi do really enjoy myself and be able to try some of the more evan god ideas with the all but even like playing the guitar with about eccentric how did you think pick up a ball or or maybe the dipped will this is an interesting story because the string the the string sections really didn't like the cabinet spent years mastering there boeing techniques and there were these sort of people light dramas and base pleasant guitar said i think natal they just made a bit of a noise rather than.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"And we discussed the possibility that will be really fun if we could both play together in the band only guitar and have something in the style of the old big bans ju killington count basie we had the broth sections dearly really strong and with the waves a vibrant effect at the time jeff back one of the world's other great guitarists was a member of the yardbirds and in case you need a refresher in your rock and roll history jeff pex predecessor in the yard birds was a guy named eric clapton but anyway jeff beck started bringing jimmy page to the yardbirds shows and one night of we went to oxford and two i think it was the else with union dr dawn so as a may bulls something like that and that night there was a row with the the band and the base planned left the band and they had to play the marquee this market and they didn't have anybody can work out we're going to get to fill in on base so i volunteered to play base so that we could then mutate into this plan of having jeff myself only guitars and the rhythm guitars should take on the base shooting and that's what happened in other words the yardbirds now had to lead guitarist jeff beck and jimmy page the lineup didn't last long and narrow only a couple of recordings with the two guitar giants together one of them is a classic bit of rock and roll second delia called happenings ten years time ago.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Also being employed in that in that way so folkmusic can't pop music rock and roll music blues music jimmy page appeared on hundreds if not a thousand records mostly made in nineteen 64 on some he's credited on some he's not but for sure before he was known to the wider public he appeared on songs with the rolling stones the kinks in the who he played on shirley bassey nineteen 64 recording of finger for the james bond movie and on chicago blues buddhist spans recording srs mia he's on dave berry's hit the crying game oh donovan's sunshine superman sharon came softly via through all window two day in and even hutu leclerc's downtown though light so much bridal there you can forget on your cia was forget all your castle brown waiting zoom the during the time the dems a studio musician it was a remarkable apprenticeship because the studio discipline though was the everything is literally within seconds on the clock if it session was scheduled from 10 o'clock to 1 o'clock at the secondhand went beyond then you would be in overtime and said you you had to be absolutely precise and you had to be able to deliver all the time if it hadn't she wouldn't be seen again it'd be somebody else comey but it's very close shop but i was fortunate enough to get in so then i somebody who are meant when i was twelve years old and i had a homemade by sinn he had made guitar with jeff back and we will we were very very good friends and he would he would come visit me and we'd we'd often while while i was in this hope incarnation of being a session musician.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Two the song became a number one hit in the uk and in an instant jimmy page became a much in demand session musician and i started to get lots of office vote i'm still has the aren't college but i'll getting also golfers and and on in i on on fulfilling in the evenings doing these sessions in in still completing completing my studies pretty much doctor was a few years earlier what i was doing market dynamics child subjects but then we had a recess some it might have been sort of easter break or whatever and i just had so many sessions coming my way i was doing i was doing so sessions in the morning from ten it'll two one two two five seven o'clock to ten multiple locations in london not emi dacca pie phillips and when it was time to go back to two off college i felt i calmly account really do this are not big on it's not somebody else could use my place there and i'll have so much fun doing these recording sessions because they were basically i was sitting in with groups where they they did that in those days while they would do they would replace the drummer because the drums were would take quite a while to get a balance in recording studio said they bring in a session drama were they knew immediately what his sam was going to be another bill mending the group so sometimes replacing the guitarist and they would just ask meal in certain circumstances just to play whatever you want to play basically what it was a hinge you really egging you really in this world and you you accepted in we love you hair partly you can play because i could play so many different styles of easy say and i i was.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Sequence of fevers and it was it was purely because you know wasn't subtle addressing potently coming stage staging one of one at one of the things that was quite interesting that point was a music the we will play was in at vaughn support the popular taste was and it was to catch up some sort of eighteen months two years later which is quite a long time really in a way that music ms moving really really fall soon and the way that fashion musical fashion was changing at that time we were playing insulin town halls and dance halls and all manner of and news and uh the the public that would come with coming onto dark some come to really listened intently to the music but you were expected play top hits i think this reflects in the beatles first album because you can hear they're doing covers in those on in the first album that is clearly the sort of things that they were doing and i've shows we we were doing the chest cattle from chicago so we were doing chuck berry songs and yeah it was in advance of the musical tastes of what was going on i began to clay p m hormone occurs weather's kuchar ozone is playing acoustic guitar as well as electric side became quite a sort of allround musician i i i really paid a lot of attention to the blues will you had to play all monica even though he seemed on a trajectory to make it a music he decided to take a hiatus go to college and steady fine arts and painting but jimmy page never stopped playing the guitar and every thursday night he would go to the legendary mark he club to hear rhythm and blues bands and eventually he started sitting in on qatar at the club his style was distinctive and before long he was invited to record as a studio musician on a song called diamonds by jet harris here you'll hear jet harris playing the electric guitar but you can hear jimmy page on.
"jimmy page" Discussed on What It Takes
"Decide size sidebyside low buses if they're going to break your leg once when you go on that place they're out of there and then anlong companies differential experiences that you don't look for you don't plan for but boy you better not from this in 1968 jimmy page pulled together robert plant john barnum and john paul jones to form led zeppelin and very quickly they became one of the most dominant forces in rock and roll both further epic live performances and for their creative complex approach to recording albums they laid the groundwork for hard rock acid rock heavy metal and basically much of the rock music that followed jimmy page was both guitarist and producer but long before he learned his way around a studio he learned to play the guitar he told the story in october of this year two thousand seventeen when he was honored by the academy of achievement and sat down to talk about his life in music with journalist mary jordan my parents moved health allows about eight un there was a again hollows left behind at the house and it was a the account fog utah other so the cowboy one with this sort of whole and it it couldn't be kuta for men cobi taught it had still strings on it which is pretty interesting zoom review found one of those guitars around it might have the nylon strings is still strings and hit it fortunately didn't get furner why is that have been there for for quite a while at the house and.