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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Reed from Bob Dylan's thirty night album, rough and rowdy ways all right, Greg. I almost feel like we have two separate conversations to have here. We have to talk about murder most foul, and interestingly enough on the physical release of this it has its own disk while the rest of rough rowdy ways is on a different disk, so it's almost as if Dylan in releasing that before. We knew there was going to be an album. It's almost as if he's saying. It stands apart, and it really does in some ways because to popular readings of it number one death of. Of American innocence. You know all that Oliver Stone stuff. America's never recovered from JFK. The more cynical reading some people contend that Dylan is saying that the baby boom generation failed in that they were easily distracted by all of this pop culture. Joy Everything from the Beatles to you know. He name drops Queen and Fleetwood, Mac. Those are not names that should come out of Dylan's mouth easily. Yeah, Okay Jimmy Reed, and Carl Wilson, but still in doing talking about the eagles. It's a mystery that track. It's rather inscrutable. There's no melody. There's a long drone. There's lot of Bob. and. Then there's the rest of this record man. We just played goodbye Jimmy read that's Parini Great? Even better crossing the Rubicon. Filed the Roosevelt! To. Other be John. birt..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Shot and Ilan from Toronto. Welcome back to sound opinions I'm great cat, he's Jim. Dear Goddess, and that's a little bit of murder, most foul, the first single released from Bob Dylan's new album, rough and rowdy ways. The thirty ninth studio album from the ours, too, is now seventy nine years old. Bob Dylan needs little introduction I would imagine his first album of original songs since two thousand twelve album tempests. tempests it was a kind of a major event for Dylan allergists. We've gotten a series of great American songbook albums in recent years from Dylan, and now he is shifting back to originals for the first time in eight years, which is bring joy to the hearts of many fans of this artist. Kia debuted the album out of nowhere this seventeen minutes single murder most foul appears. Appears. Some people are short handing. It is the JFK song at extensively begins with the murder of John. F. Kennedy in nineteen sixty three memorialize that event, but then spirals off into new territory that Jim and I are going to talk about here in a second, this new album was recorded with Dylan's touring band and self produced by Dylan, as has been his pattern throughout his. His, twenty first century recordings, he's got a couple of guests on here including Fiona. Apple they are credited, but we don't exactly know what instruments they're playing or vocals are singing. It's a Bob. Dylan album in any case, here's a track from the new album. We're going to talk about it in the second Bob Dylan with rough and rowdy ways. Here's Goodbye Jimmy Reed Unsound Opinions. GE's. Name. Live in Chechnya's. Didn't use. His. Tell them. From A. ME. At all time. Just. That is. Our. Talent and Though? Stating while. In Canada! Good! Godspeed. Battle. Claim. Goodbye Jimmy.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

12:12 min | 3 months ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Rapid and with me this week for a very special Minnie's owed. Is Kate lanphier high and Liz and Jimmy Reed? Thank you guys. Thank you for joining us this week on the show. I'm very excited to talk to you. Guys are comic book creators. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself? Yes so we go by the artist named cuddles in rage. And we've been making comics of for around ten years. We started off making just hand-drawn comics on Tumbler Just as a creative output from nine to five and then somehow that grew into going to indy comic shows and then magically grew into not only Ryan Comex but then sculpting them and turning them into dioramas which is kind of a crazy thing that we do. Yeah that's so I mean just to kick things off when I I got an email saying hey do you. WanNa talk to these people about this book and then I saw some previously are. I was like I wasn't sure if it was very meticulously drawn to be real life or if it was photographs. I guess for folks who aren't looking at it right in front of them. Could you describe a little bit of what like your art style is creating comics because we were here to talk about this book bites terror which recently came out or is it about to come out? I can't I'm not sure it just came out. Yeah okay right right and yeah. The style of this book is is really cool But yeah could you describe just a little bit of what your style is like. Yeah definitely so. Most of our work is hand. Sculpted Outta polymer clay and so we sculptor characters. We pose them and scenes. Kind of like you would do. Stop Motion Animation. Although we're taking still images of those pictures were with a bunch of different kinds of mixed media really kind of whatever we can get our hands on to make the scene come to life so our materials range from dollhouse furniture. That's been pre created to finding ways. Us COFFEE GRINDS. Lynn's ghost hunting an amazing so it's a mixed media set comic set of art that we may Gotcha. Yeah and I mean. Kate and I had the privilege of being able to check this book out a little bit early and man. It's it's really really cool like the the style itself. Really it totally pulls you in this very like cutesy but terrifying way bites terror is. This is a horror anthology I guess. That's that follows a an overarching story involving a handful of different characters with little little side stories about different types of food. I really enjoyed reading through the whole thing. And it's done in this mix media format. I I thought it was such a cool way to tell a story especially the the the way that you guys. I guess. Structured the whole thing with an overarching story. I guess what was your inspiration for this whole book? I think it's just started. Love a whore and horror anthologies in general. I mean even though like with bites of terror it's definitely more weird than scary It let us celebrate a genre that we grew up on and in our own voice which you know. Most of our comics are food related. Yeah and I think that the the number of puns in this book I was trying to keep count and then I couldn't stop reading and keeping count at the same time so I just read the entire thing. But the number of puns in this book is is astronomical very very happy and we try to strike a balance of the obvious ones that maybe the not so obvious ones. I mean the funny thing about puns that you can you can have so much fun with them but Our goal is to definitely tell a story and not have them hopefully detract from the the feelings and the emotions of the characters because even though we're writing food and bringing them to life like we we take all of their pains woes very seriously because it feels like a story won't come through if you just think that you're writing one huge joke. I was definitely impressed with the way that you would use food terms right in the middle of of what the character was saying and I just like breeze right past it and then it'd be like wait a second that was a pun natural on with great. I think you yeah. We do a lot of cooking and eating here so this this whole story revolves around a bunch of different food and stuff. Did you have a favorite story or a favorite food that you were? You put together as one of the stories. Oh my gosh. The thing we tried to do was to make sure there was a good balance of foods. We tend to gravitate toward dessert. Okay well breakfast so that was kind of a challenge for us as we were starting out and trying to make sure we had a good spread of foods and not every story was about a donut or a cake. Although my favorites in the book are The unfortunate cookie story with the Fortune Cookie and I also love one. That lives did. It's the story in the book about the Peach L. Preserve yes and I think my favorite story is potluck and I won't say why but I had a lot fun. Sculpting out one Gotcha so between responsibilities in the book is one person doing more of the sculpting another person doing more of the writing or is it a like even mix well. Do the sculpting Jimmy Definitely Hampton and sculpted on this one especially with the story. He mentioned unfortunate cookie because they were just like there was a cookie funeral. Lots of cookies attended so I was like we're gonNA still together on this one but when it comes to the creation of the story ideas that's very fifty fifty and when it came to writing the stories I route five of the stories. And then Jimmy row five of the stories in the main through wine and then it's still very collaborative even though we both take on the bulk of the writing because we're going in and editing each other stories as well so nothing makes it through unless we both approve it. Right very cool. So how did you come up with the original idea for that Tumbler comic? Oh Gosh While I it kind of started with the name because the name puddles and rage actually comes from US coop gaming. Where Jimmy's like very strategic and I just go in crazy lady like if I hit something I'm good for me was I don't know why he was. The cuddles progress can be put care into his strategy. But it also just Kinda lent itself into our dark humor In with our humor in particular over time it's become more this but we love dark humor but we like to make sure our humor is not mean so it kind of fits in with the whole cuddles enrage idea that just kinda started on a whim. We love that idea of salt something salty and something sweet together of combining things that maybe don't normally mix that when you put them together. You get something different out of it. Gotcha cool is that. Is that Tumbler? Blog still up. Can I follow it? Yes you can follow it and then there are some comics that we don't post on our actual website. That are still on Tumbler. So you can see like the dark side of cuddled scenario for a little sweeter. We it was. It was very hard core at the start with sometimes without any rhyme reason which I still think it's funny ingrained. Yeah it was part of the process of finding our voice. I think when when we started out it was just about expressing something in trying to make our friends laugh and as that started going we started trying to make the stories more interesting to us or or Kinda putting some heart behind it and I think that's kind of how it evolved. Yeah we also a huge Movie Buffs and so on for us through our phone cloud or just watching movies together Once we started writing our own stories we would dissect the stories that we are watching consuming and I think that's helped us grow as storyteller. Hopefully you can see that when you go through the blog early. Two Thousand Eight two thousand nine. So do you guys have any background with like being trained to sculpt or write or draw or anything like what is your education background. We both went to school for video. Related things so my concentration was in digital video. Yeah mine was also job. Do but in like documentary filmmaking. That's why I love your last episode so much I was like. Oh another documentary. I could check out cool So yeah with the background. That technical background I think that's Helped US learn a lot of different processes in software's pretty quickly but when it came to learning how to sculpt I learned from a bunch of ten year olds on Youtube Louis and When it came to the writing process I mean I have this kind of bad habit of like wanting to consume books on everything before I actually do the task so You know I think we did a mixture of writing and then also just for me personally I consumed a lot of books on storytelling. Just to make sure that we keep our stories really concise and quick. I tend to get kind of bored if the story goes on for too long. Yeah I I mean not too long stories but that was kind of one of the things I really liked about about by terror. Was that each of the stories. Didn't get so long that I felt I was like okay. When are we actually GONNA get to the end of this like they were quite literally perfect bites of story to actually keep the pace of the book moving Quick quick enough that I read the entire thing in a sitting and I wanted to get to the end. 'cause I was so excited to see how it was all going to twist The pacing of that really really helps so like Kudos to you guys for keeping my attention awesome. Thank you or you. We definitely like to read in bed at night. So it's like can you? Maybe do a story. I WanNa not not really that long so thing. I found that was really interesting looking at the the comics that you guys have done like online digitally and then looking at this this new book. The thing that blew my mind was to see how like perfect. You're able to get the your sculptures to look like you're drawn art like could could you guys maybe explain how my brain may like can understand. Because I don't see how you could draw something and sculpted to make it look that close because I've just not an artistic person but like it feels like like a very natural progression of your digital into a three d form. Was there some sort of process that you guys did to make sure that you matched up the styles or is it just? That's how you scope things I don't know I think we. I guess when were drawing something I usually try and keep it pretty simple so that I can easily translate it into sculpture And that kind of came up in a really really interesting. Sorry for the cat meowing But so Jimmy would write a story and then he would put like. I don't know a convenience store in there and I don't know how to make that right so then I guess that's where the drawing becomes really important because you WanNa draw as simple as possible because you know the amount of time. It'll take to make that. So we did encounter like some challenges along the ways where maybe it'd be easier to draw than to build it but I think we always came in the middle found a happy medium and the key to dioramas which I think kind of tricks the eye into thinking that there's more going on as just to make a variety of texture. You don't want everything to be defeated the same right so anything. That's what kind of helped us make..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And the bone conduction music show equals Rockin Rockin radio. Hey, here's a cat that was in large part responsible. Well, Jimmy Reed would have been Jimmy Reto matter what. But this cat really helped nitromethane fueled the sound. He was the rhythm guitar player on a lot of Jimmy Reed tunes. Eddie Taylor on the bunk induction music show. All day. Nine. Right. Playboy. None. Not. I want to know just got to know. Yep. Same. Just. No. I stood the driving rain to see that canister the driving rain is Jim McCracken longtime ago as out San Francisco in the middle of a rainstorm, and he was playing on a protected stage. I wanted to get up on stage during listen to Jimmy McCracken and just want to know just gotten on the bone conduction music. Excuse me, I'm down here in my smoking jacket, myself, brocade smoking jacket. I'm in my my Naga hide launched chair. Let me let's get some proper music.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WJR 760

"On where we came from. Religion. Based on sexual orientation. And it's a funny thing you had conservative presidents like Bush, disagree with them on almost everything. He understood that we that the job of a president is in these difficult times is the bring our people together not to get cheap votes by dividing us up. So now analyze what this Bolshevik just said he divides people up by telling us Trump is dividing us up. He turns people against Trump by talking about him, saying Trump talks about the color of our skin when he doesn't and gets the people to think that he's making a statement that makes sense here. But in fact, this forked tongue Bolshevik is doing exactly what he says Trump is doing when Trump isn't doing it. And Bernie Sanders, in fact is doing it you see what I'm saying. Was that too hard? Let's see what else Jake tapper nobody a zero. They dug him up out of a garbage cans, another nobody these are all being d students in the media. They put a suit on him in a tie and teach them how to make a Windsor knot. And then they look like smart little school, boys. Who are these people Jake tapper Christ Trump ignoring climate report, the consequences of literally life and death. Are these people that stupid are they mentally deficient? Are they mentally deficient? You got a cold wave hitting through New York? And this pots is talking about ignoring the climber, and it's life and death. You'd think he's going to go out in the bikini now in New York or Washington, wearing an overcoat and a scarf. Unbelievable to me. So we're living in dangerous times, especially for those of us with great educations with higher degrees with learning with the ability to do deductive reasoning ability to read logic Jimmy Reed evidence before coming to a conclusion you eat evidence before you come to a conclusion what we have is almost one hundred percent propaganda coming out of Jake tapper mouth. And that goes for ninety nine percent of the people in media. You know, that's an old story. I love her to getting they're all angry. How dare you? Call us names while you're creating a hostile environment for us. We are professional journalists write your professional yellow journalists is what you are. That's all you ever have been script readers for the people who hire you. That's my dog is dying in the background. I put it up on Twitter. He's not really dying today's better up and down. It's a bad time for me. I mean, he's fifteen years old. I tweeted this morning. A picture a teddy about trying to gain your sympathy. I'm just telling you hear minute background go. Hi, it's terrible. For me to listen to. I can't stand it anymore. I can't take it. But I do the best. I can hear picture..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"With Trump even more about it. And that is his attempt to divide our country up based on the color of our skin based on where we came from. Based on sexual orientation. Funny thing you had conservative presidents like Bush, disagree with them on almost everything. But he understood that the job of a president is in these difficult times is the bring our people together not to get cheap votes by dividing us up. So now analyze what this Bolshevik just said he divides people up by telling us Trump is dividing us up. He turns people against Trump by talking about him, saying Trump talks about the color of our skin when he doesn't and gets the people to think that he's making a statement that makes sense here. But in fact, this forked tongue Bolshevik is doing exactly what he says Trump is doing when Trump isn't doing it. And Bernie Sanders, in fact is doing you see what I'm saying was that too hard. Let's see what else Jake tapper nobody zero. They dug him up out of a garbage cans, another nobody these are all these students in the media. They put a suit on them a tie and teach them how to make a Windsor knot. And then they look like smart little school, boys. Who are these people Jake tapper decries, Trump climate report, the consequences of literally life and death. Are these people that stupid are they mentally deficient? Are they mentally deficient? You got a cold wave hitting through New York? And this is talking about ignoring the climate report, and it's life and death. You'd think he's going to go out in a bikini now in New York, Washington, wearing an overcoat and a scarf. Unbelievable to me. So we're living in dangerous times, especially those of us with great educations with higher degrees with learning with the ability to do deductive reasoning and be ability to read logic Jimmy Reed evidence before coming to a conclusion you eat evidence before you come to a conclusion what we have is almost one hundred percent propaganda coming out of Jake tapper mouth. And that goes for ninety nine percent of the people in media. You know, that's an old story. I love her to getting they're all angry. How dare you? Call us names while you're creating a hostile environment for us. We are professional journalists. Yeah. Right. Your professional yellow journalists is what you are. That's all you ever have been script readers for the people who hire you. That's my poor dog is dying in the background. I put it up on Twitter is not really dying today's better up and down. It's a bad time for me. I mean, he's fifteen years old. I tweeted this morning a picture of teddy about trying to gain your sympathy. I'm just telling you hear them in the background. Terrible for me to listen to. I can't stand it anymore. I I can't take it. But I do the best I can hear picture teddy masking, the Savage Nation is fifteen and very sick hard days for us..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on KNSS

"From. Based on religion. Based on sexual orientation. Funny thing you had conservative presidents like Bush disagreed with them on almost everything. But he understood that the job of a president is in these difficult times as the bring our people together not to get cheap votes by dividing us up. So now analyze what this Bolshevik just said he divides people up by telling us Trump is dividing us up. He turns people against Trump by talking about him, saying Trump talks about the color of skin when he doesn't, and he gets the people to think that he's making a statement that makes sense here. But in fact, this forked tongue Bolshevik is doing exactly what he says Trump is doing when Trump isn't doing it. And Bernie Sanders, in fact is doing it you see what I'm saying. Was that too hard? Let's see what else Jake tapper nobody a zero. They'd dug him up out of a garbage cans, another nobody these are all these students in the media. They put a suit on them in a tie and teach them how to make a Windsor knot. And then they looked like smart little schoolboys who are these people Jake tapper decries Trump for climate report, the consequences of literally life and death. Are these people that stupid are they mentally deficient? Are they mentally deficient? You got a cold wave hitting through New York? And this pots is talking about ignoring the fire, and it's life and death. You'd think he's going to go out in a bikini now in New York or Washington, wearing an overcoat and a scarf. Unbelievable to me. So we're living in dangerous times. Especially for those of us with great educations with higher degrees would learning with the ability to deductive reasoning and be -bility to read logic Jimmy Reed evidence before coming to a conclusion you eat evidence before you come to a conclusion what we have is almost one hundred percent propaganda coming out of Jake tapper mouth. And that goes for ninety nine percent of the people in media. You know, that's an old story. I love him to getting they're all angry. How dare you? Call us names while you're creating a hostile environment for us. We are professional journalists. Yeah. Right. Your professional yellow journalists is what you are. That's all you ever have been script readers for the people who hire you. That's my dog is dying in the background. I put it up on twenty. It's not really dying today's better up and down. It's a bad time for me. I mean, he's fifteen years old. I tweeted this morning a picture teddy about trying to gain your sympathy. I'm just telling you can hear them in the background. It's terrible for me to listen to. I can't stand it anymore. I I can't take it. But I do the best. I can't hear picture. Teddy masculine the Savage Nation is fifteen and very sick hard days for us..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To divide our country up based on the color of our skin based on where we came from. Our religion. Based on sexual orientation. Plenty of conservative presidents like Bush, disagree with them on almost everything. But he understood that the job of a president isn't these difficult times as the bring our people together not to get cheap votes by dividing us up. So now analyze what this Bolshevik just said he divides people up by telling us Trump is dividing us up. He turns people against Trump by talking about him, saying Trump talks about the color Ruskin when he doesn't, and he gets the people to think that he's making a statement that makes sense here. But in fact, this forked tongue Bolshevik is doing exactly what he says Trump is doing when Trump isn't doing it. And Bernie Sanders, in fact is doing you see what I'm saying. Is that too hard? Let's see what else Jake tapper nobody zero. They've dug up out of a garbage cans, another nobody these are all being these students in the media. They put a suit on them and teach them how to make a Windsor knot. And then they looked like smart little school, boys. Who are these people Jake tapper Christ, Trump climate report, the consequences of literally life and death? Are these people that stupid are they mentally deficient? Are they mentally deficient? You got a cold wave hitting through New York? And this pots is talking about ignoring the fire, and it's life and death. You'd think he's going to go out in a bikini now in New York or Washington, wearing an overcoat and a scarf. Unbelievable to me. So we're living in dangerous times. Especially for those of us with great educations with higher degrees would learning with the ability to do deductive reasoning and ability to read logic Jimmy Reed evidence before coming to a conclusion you eat evidence before you come to a conclusion what we have is almost one hundred percent propaganda coming out of Jake tapper mouth. And that goes for ninety nine percent of the people in media. You know, that's an old story. I love to getting they're all angry. How dare you? Call us names while you're creating a hostile environment for us. We are professional journalists. Yeah. Right. You're a professional yellow journalists is what you are. That's all you ever have been script readers for the people who hire you. That's my poor dog is dying in the background. I put it up on twenty. It's not really dying today's better up and down. It's a bad time for me. I mean, he's fifteen years old. I tweeted this morning a picture teddy about trying to gain your sympathy. I'm just telling you hear minute back. Go out. It's terrible for me to listen to. I can't stand it anymore. I I can't take it. But I do the best. I can't hear picture. Teddy mask over the Savage Nation is fifteen and very sick hard days for us..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I'm the incredible favor next, and we'll just checked out, Bob. I the astronauts fact, let me double check that. Yeah. Yeah. The astronauts ended up my mistake drunken, astronauts in Baja and the bone conduction music show. I I missed you tune. I hate when I do that. But hey when things fall apart around her they fall apart, Jack, nonetheless, cool, but didn't really want to go into a surf music group groove after a Jimmy Rita checked out. I'm a love you Jimmy read those by the way are the moon glows in the background with Jimmy Reed. And that's the stuff they cut at chess studios slash VJ studio. So they would borrow from each other Ruth Brown. A rather I'm sorry. John McCain gave us Viagra man on the bone conduction music show. That reminds me of an Email I received once a listener said I dig your show, they run I dig a deep. I listen to it on a radio station down here in Alabama. And every time I'm in my car, and I hear it. And my car antennas up. My current tenant won't go back down when the bone conduction music shows on I completely understand. They run extra with you minister of information for the people's ethnic gender coalition of choice choice for diverse rainbow movement and environmental sexual Justice in color invited you to give us an Email shout BC MSN dot com. BC MS at their own dot com. Here's what I was going to play before the breakers Willie Mitchell on the bone conduction music. The..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Tonight taped to the entrances of a church anti semitic flyers found this morning in Ferndale the first United Methodist Church along, Woodward avenue along with the pictures of. The flyers posted. To its Facebook page quote a police report will be filed hashtag love is bigger the black and white flyers. Expressed support for the controversial far-right websites the daily Stormer and info. Wars dot com a sea, of people along walnut lake road in west Bloomfield Township for today's walk for. Friendship a fundraiser and awareness campaign for the benefit. Of metro Detroit special needs. Population Jimmy Reed home of the friendships Circle says the challenges to make more people aware that special needs children and adults are not much different, from others such as a friend of hers. With cerebral palsy people often, ask her like what do you wish that people knew about you or understood about you. And the answer that she always gives us that she wants people to just come say Hello to. Her and acknowledge her and speak to her and not. At her she is just a person just like anyone else and is worthy of being understood and talk to and included just like anyone else the friendship circle, provides programs and services to help special. Needs individuals become. More included in every day life in an effort to prevent violence over this holiday weekend Chicago police are scheduling. Extra patrols zip police department is putting an extra fourteen hundred officers. On the streets as well, as federal agents looking for drug and gun crimes superintendent Eddie Johnson and US. Attorney for northern Illinois John Lau Are joining them Johnson. Telling CBS they conducted a raid before the weekend began over one hundred targets have been arrested you know some of those people will be taken federally of course but we do different things like that, to make sure everybody can have an enjoyable last Labor Day weekend seven? People were killed and thirty five others injured in shootings Nancy hardy for CBS news, Chicago WWE j..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Heal reduce pain. Gene and inflammation increase your energy from workouts or get back into great shape. You should head over to US cryotherapy and see see what they offer yet. You Chris flower an Andrew? Yep. You go in there and mention either Michael Rosenbaum or this podcast inside of you. They'll give you fifteen percent off any packet is so worth that you guys will love us any pain. Any anxiety go to US, cryotherapy in studio city, check him out. Do you remember that addition? Do you remember like when you edition for air like, you know, we we, what I call false bravado. Like, you know, it's just like you. Sometimes you ever faked that toughness like, I'm confident. I'm this, but sometimes inside you're going on my God. I'm shitting my pants. I felt very eased during the audition. I remember every bit of it. So turns out that Greg Berlanti who shepherds all of these projects. It was at his office on the WB lot, and he had said to did Rappaport and some of the EP that were in there going back to my office come get me if someone's interesting. And so of course I get in there. They've been there as well. And I read the first two scenes and he's just leaning real far forward in his seat and staring at me with this sort of weird grin on his face guy. He's do you mind waiting outside for a second? I said, okay, and they went to Greg's office and like, Greg, we have the guy and Greg was like, you guys are just excited. You don't have the fucking guides you. It's been ten minutes. And David came back this before you read or after you read, this is after after you're at in David, came back out in the hallway and grabbed me, and I went back into the room and all of a sudden there were eleven or twelve more people in there the Jimmy Reed again or no. Yeah. And and I'm looking for the note would he goes want me to do? I mean what he wanted to do different and David said, could you start the second scene facing away from us and then turn around and I go, is that it? He's? So he goes, he goes, yeah, sure. And I did it again and again, notes where you having fun or having fun. I mean, it was a very serious theme, but I was I was I was having fun. Sure. And then they're like, okay, thank you. And I left and I got a call from my agent or I called my agent new to work on your ass. Stephen..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Positive color me just about positive. With them there are the moon glows singing behind Jimmy read that is tuned from an album called live at. Carnegie Hall there's nothing live about this out I don't know what, they were thinking when they came up with that but, every song on it is is a studio. Recorded and those I I would bet my bottom dollar but the one next to the moon glows the, mongo's from chess studios probably walked down the street VJ studios and cut that with Jimmy Reed? I'm a, love you baby on the bone conduction. Music show the, bees in front of that snatching back, how, many of y'all. Have a record by. The bees while you just heard one and that I'm again, I bet my next to bottom dollar. That's professor longhair ROY Byrd back when he was probably. Oh I don't, know we're talking to fifties they cut that stuff right there were probably. Making a goal but would do obsta finding. New Orleans this is. Very cool stuff that is unmistakably ROY Byrd if I'm wrong somebody emailed me and. Tell me BC MS at. Their own dot com and I do not have that album information I'm just going by the. Trial allows you doesn't the middle and. The vocal tender, the whole nine yards she's got it down. Called that's that's professor longhair snatching. Back cufflinks gave us guided missiles on the bone conduction music show we'll send it out to the great Ronald. Reagan president Ronald Reagan netted states It's the man who guided missile technology slash wanna. Be technology brought, down the Berlin Wall already have mercy on my sweet on Mojo you. Just outspent those commies didn't he where we. Cannot spend anybody down. Here on the bone conduction music show we are slated to die penniless end insane. But we're going to keep. On keeping on the bone conduction museum show is made possible with support from Reverend guitars Reverend. Guitars custom guitars and musicians accessories they..

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"I'm very big commercial hits but stephen i twenty some years ago were college students together and we were roommates and we had a little blues ban when i met steve i was i had my little trio and i was doing bud powell tunes and horace silver tunes and i was making thirty five dollars a night you know leading trio and i met steve and he had a little blues man st was from dallas texas and he was playing tbone walker things and jimmy reed tunes i didn't know at all and i became a side man and his band that i started making fifty dollars a night as a side and his early on caught on there was for greener fields here but anyway twenty years later we decided to get together and do a record of some of the music that we used to listen to back in college and on the record there's some jazz tunes there's red tops on horace silver's filthy mcnasty is on it god bless the child born to be blue willowy for me well now these on a new record not yet out it's just it's come out a couple of months ago as we're talking now on recalled born to be blue that's on capitol it's the steve miller is the twentieth record on capitol so to go out and do live what we do on the record i came out of retirement and essentially when the band that i've been traveling with and we became the steve miller band and we went out and we did thirty five one nighters all across country well i think that's just fabulous just great it was a lot of fun and but now i'd really love to hear one of your new things from what if you knew albums well i've got a song here that i'm playing around with i i've been just got a joke involved actually i tell people this piece of classical music i wanna play some bartok for them and then of course tell them stock you here in the bar all all the time.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Hot dole the lin box are filled up to the toppled dawn i'm all dressed up lagat no placebo thank you jimmy reed thank you think that is the case from time to time is it not acknowledge the qassam to go on their own ex welcomed the on the edge that's alternative buttons you've friday or during kind of a blues blues are whit way blues bought music friday her alternate about music for jimmy reed and uh now the sun is shining one of the costumes you ever did i don't think that go to bed too let me think about that for second i'm a truck buried at a bad to one really bad oh let me put it this way if you like the song my dangling that's unoriginal truck break too by the way he he didn't he didn't write that saw bodies saying and if you like that song something is horribly wrong with you i mean you need not just deep counseling you to spanking in a nap but other a jimmy reed with a no bed tunes i can think of and i a pretty much normal i can't think of anything he recorded i don't know but there you have it on alternate what music friday wearker of the short their own dot com looks good through the rest of this piece we've been going through and what this what does is is an indictment on the education system two routes talking about a school in missouri this is a st louis it's called college school and it's about a an attack on white people is what it is on the it's called a witnessing whiteness which is insane this the contention that teachers need to focus on turned down white people and boosting up black people through young black children as expensive young white show notes with this really all about now while rice based upon and if you've missed any of this been aircraft tomorrow thorough dot com while.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And i'm always going right up to the front i wanna see who's playing why whatever and i don't really know anything when i'm i'm jan and i look at the the trumpets section and i turn of my father dead that's my teacher that's my teacher amid him today it was lee morgan know shit while so you played in have been conducted by lee morgan jet jets for he will not yield jet summer actually via threat i love in seventy lugs worth it will year sixty sounds no seventy two ordinary seventy one seventy out there so um so i i i did get a chance as those in a li morgan am and you know in that ban that was the first time i saw the great mickey roker who just passed away two weeks ago incredible drummer um ana inspiration and so that's new york yeah you know so bites and so you know that's the whole experience all the players that were at music and art high school they're all a lot of them gone on the big things of really big things like the idea that like you you know did to commit to a peace when you're young i say like i got it i got to do this i guy warned this is at like as i always used to believe for years by eu i'm i'm just an a just play and i'm not professional musician that that in order to understand the bushs if you can't make rohan and tumble in your own rather sure yet whatever that it right you know i you can ignite he can't play like muddy detter or whatever though that that's a beautiful slide but that somehow that song was a portal whom in my mind total understanding it's alright for in and i think he did it with with uh with the jimmy reed and chuck yet right absolutely is i going to do this right i era a is not a sound like him even though you may think it does or whatever but it the more important thing is is to to own it y'all and try to understand it try it get into the mindset.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And and eat and uh i just think that then pretty awesome because when i when i go on tour i give money to every town i play for less nine years have been to nam i i go down the food bank sometimes on a day off to give him the czech and how hand food because i want to see what's going on and i see so many families don't cleancut people drive up in their car and all the kids and they get out and they fill up their bags and go home any and they give him really good food and vegetables assessed so uh that was a big win for me and then when i can i like the help children of families that have a a terminally ill child that have run out of medical yeah that is the saddest thing on the planet uh you know to me but it's so damn expensive i help maybe one or two people like that a years all i can afford with my uh it's i do it with my restaurant business right all right so tell me the music that still moves you the most balloon so nv you know hold iron be otis redding and in aren't any listen to john lee hooker lou earn lightning hopkins or or jimmy reed galician it james brown all truck i just i got goosebumps them a whole body just as just saying his name because last night i was watching my access tv show and and uh they showed to add their got a james brown special coming up and see in that bad mother.

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"jimmy reed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy reed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He turned the mind of a little hip or the knee took me down on that are to england that's pretty much blew me away and you're you're people playing sustain don't leave collected ninety six decree you know you're a cd from roadhouse to your house say i gave it a couple spins we're going to play a little tyron davis covering later but it really is i mean look you reflect a lot more than the blues soul arm be tyrone davis louis jordan talk about your influences well we are reaching out coming up coming through it'll iran seventy two so coming up although era you know hearing all that still uh it's kind of a natural progression for me it was it so all seemed to be whoa even though i wasn't aware but at the time when i first heard jimmy reed was like on wimp coming up just the regular pop station i'm going this ally in oh yeah yeah uh in in it i didn't know what that wasn't just coming out of the radio none uh the first rago record a bone was fats domino in an unloved again at the my head wounds on the flip sign up to seventy eight but you know i wasn't even aware that that was new orleans music not just what i'd like no you so after what you know then just live all those into glued jail sololovic that's what what else lean toward and uh uh so you know everything went through a natural aggression blue thirty getting you know funky and james brown will do in the seoul era put you know when that'll stacks thing game in that was i wasn't really aware of the business than either and that that sort of came and went really bad cycle what happened there you know well it's interesting to say that open the lead stop you know the business end of it i think it's real interesting your back story tell us tell us about your father i henry brandon i would we welcome research all week on him the whole he was a wellknown chicago bandleader and uh you know he came out of chicago and uh it was very successful and they later you with you know well he got into is also musical contractor you know you and so you would on business end of it and uh.

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