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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

07:24 min | 6 months ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Yeah yeah yeah kind of theater that you feel is changing the world. One one mind at a time kind of thing changing the world with an audience of seven year at a time. Yeah yeah even sometimes teased three. Yeah but you know. I got out of college and of course and i got an agent. And they're very sweet. But i was. I was being sent for these things that i get on a tv. Show us something and realize that. This isn't where my heart is. This isn't what i wanna do. I couldn't get a job in those places i wanted wanted to work. And so i. And then. And then i put more into the music because it was i would use. I would get a tv job. And i would use the money to pay my band so that i it seems. Fortunate that 'cause you're you know you're twenty years younger than me so you and your liking a lot of things that i liked which was before my time as well even sixties. It was before my time that we all are sort of in glossed in this wave of all that stuff. That was done before us. But but you're lucky that you romanticize this stuff because it seems that you know whether or not that theatre that you wanted to be part of was actually changing minds or not. And i had the same thing you like. This stuff is is deep. It's making the difference but just whether it was or wasn't or whether or not know that that sort of sentiment has repeated itself with young performers. It did enable you to have some sense of personal integrity around knowing what you didn't want to do and you can help you out of like i'll do the tv gig. But i'll fun over money into something that i have complete control over in terms of my expressing my creativity absolutely. Yeah i i still believe. I think he i think you look at the velvet underground united. Does the the one that everyone quite like The ban the only one hundred people right but records firm and then and then you a now every band. It all bleeds. I think when you really invest in stuff with integrity it pays dividends on a global scale even if you only play that show for three people. Whatever i don't know. I just i think if you apply that to everything sure i think that's true and i think that i definitely done my sheriff shows for nobody and i think if anything it does kind of harden your resolve around what you doing and and make you better And then you know there's always going to be like one or two people that are like do you remember that night when yeah forum for four people and that one guy through some at ya fuck yes. He does the best show ever saw like well graduate. One of the four that side. Yeah but but when you're going back and doing the music i mean you decide you. Were you writing songs on the guitar. And then kind of building them out. It's hard to describe what i was doing. I was like. I was just gonna doodling all the time. A lot of what i did was was lyrically based you know i was i studied. Had some notebooks. Senate lizzy is being a student and being in london and being broke and being on tower and stuff you know i just was my way of processing things. I never kept a diary. But i would get on the inlet we. We've got a a cheap. It doesn't actually go in a circle anymore. We used to be able to go on the tube and go in a circle. Just stay stay on the line. And i would get on in the morning and i will get off for the afternoon and just go round and round and i just was away of processing seeing faces and a scribbled note. If i didn't have anything to do or right on the bus and i think i have. Add and i think that's kind of thing suits me very well. Just i digest the world and it comes out in lyrics and little melody walking around. You know when you always humming tunes. And i'd have to run hyman units before like iphones and stuff. So i'd have to sure to find. And then i would find go through. I had hundreds of notebooks. I go through the notebooks and matched the right lyric to the right melody. And there's like a jigsaw puzzle for me. I was listening to so much music and collecting music because it was all still kind of cds and really almost was the verge of. I really hate it when the digital thing came in. 'cause i was so proud of these boxes of cds that i carry around spent years. Now you don't even know where they are hundreds of cds. I'm not even sure where they are. Only now i got the record out of fucking control. I like i like my records. Yeah i love it yeah. I've been buying old fleetwood matt record. I ever fleetwood mac. I was just like all the the You know it's the stevie nicks. Thank and i i fucking change your mind. You're the you're the gospel. The gospel mark. You got others. Peter green records. I do and they sound so good on on the vinyl i have. Yeah do you know he. You know that song. I think i played it for you. Man have you listened to that Jumping shot is regional one. Did you know the guy who wrote. It was kind of a a a british kind of an odd british performer. And i just i just now. I forget the guy's name now. Do you know it. hold on hold on. 'cause he's like a. He's kind of his own weirdo. But a there's a live version is really that's the best one. There is But the guy's name is Duster bennett right. And i went out and got a record. He's kind of like this duties almost like a one man band guy and the weird thing about him. I think you know john. Mayall produced them. let's see yeah. He was virtuosity court he played. He's like a one man band In this and he plays guitar drums and harmonica. And it's his song dude. And like if you listen to this. That's one of those moments. You're gonna listen to it and you're like oh my god peter. Green fucking lifted. This guy's vocal stylings right. I do don't know what this guy was or what place he had in the world in. Mary poppins right but it was. But it was like you'll you'll see it like you like. Who is this weirdo. And i don't know much about him. But i know that. Jimmy vino set to duster bennett song and then went and got some duster bennett music. And he's like totally his own thing but you can completely hear his total influence on peter. Green okay cool. i'm going to just. I am duster bennett. Dude you're going to be like. Oh my god you changed my life again. Why i just found it man. I don't know why it took me so long to check it out..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Tunnel. leaving. All right jabs move ensure was. I love him. It was like a tornado. He's great. So. That's our show for this week. We do have a listener question. Yeah, this is kind of a fun one. It's for Mike H., and he says Hi Jesse and Mike Hi. Mike H do you have any standards and practices? Horror Stories Conan is on cable so FCC. Restrictions are a little looser. This guy knows what he's talking about. has there been anything that was considered too hot for TBS or when you were there? Thanks for continuing to put out the podcast every standard story as a horror story because Jordan's Lansky is our liaison. Liaison and standards and practices, so it's really a double, not only. Are you getting a no on something from the network? It's coming from Jordan's landscape. Yahoo you know who you assume hasn't even watched the thing in question. This is the only thing that I know that he does on the show for sure. Send emails that say no, and then sometimes they'll say I swear I've been arguing on your behalf, but before before even here for me I've exchanged emails with them. Yeah, and then at the bottom it says sent from my VESPA. Do. You have a story well. I just the the main thing that comes back to us a lot. That I well at least that I've been on the receiving end of is being told to make penises look less fleshy. Yes, that's it lasts like graphics. We had thing with graphics where they made these eight bit video game penises for a remote yeah. We're CONAN was talking to a sex therapist resume. We really had to go back and forth a bunch of times because the pink that like hot pink was too realistic. Coding to standards, so we ended up, they became purple a which. Also for for some people might be realistic, isn't that? Does that mean engorgement I would think that's worse. Pubic hairs also big issue. That's a whole nother like when you're pixellated. Sometimes you have to the pixels smaller pixels right. Yeah, it can't be to. You can't be too clear on the individual hairs or yeah. Anyone out there. You know loading up some penis stuff that you have to pick slate. I would say go for the. The Clean Shaven look would be my advice, and you'll avoid one hurdle right there now. That's true. No great advice. The case I always remember. It was back in new. York are standards. Person would get in fights with her a lot and one of my favorite ones was. We had a sketch I think it was called a basically like great astronomers, being assholes, and it was Galileo and Copernicus, and Newton. WHO's technically? A physicist. With all the letters, folks exactly so they were all swearing at Nice people came up and asked for an autograph, so the stands person left this scathing message about you know first of all, we cannot have Galileo call someone and ask. and. We certainly can't have captain. Say God Damn Oh. Great thank you. Bye Gauge for that question. And if any other fans have burning questions for us, you can email us at inside code and Pod at Dot com, or you could leave us a voicemail. Three, two, three, two, zero, nine, five, three, zero three. We like you. Inside Konin Unimportant Hollywood podcast hosted by Mike Sweeney and meet Jesse. gaskell produced by Gen samples, engineered and mixed by will becton supervising producers are Kevin Bartelt and Erin Blair. Produced by Adam Saks and jeff Ross at team Coco. And Colin Anderson and Chris, Bannon ear wolf things to Jimmy Vino for our theme, music and interstitial. You can rate and review the show on Apple. PODCASTS, and of course please subscribe and tell. A friend listened to inside CONAN on Apple podcasts, spotify stitcher, Google podcast or whatever platform you like best..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Low like super low budget version of the good work and then there's the wilburs guy basically the medieval warrior dude was again you'd think he's on the show to promote game of thrones yes but he's just you guys are paul roommates and then the russian guys their landlord and the australian guys their neighbor and <hes> they all have basically it's going to be like well if it ever gets made. It's like good if i played everybody on seinfeld or whatever storylines so just that you have to. I mean you have to plan out every shot so that you will not in the in the apartment. They live in the landlord tells them the apartment has really bad. I lines uh-huh right right and so whenever there in the apartment never looks like they're looking. They're looking at each time so you're the scenes in the apartment will be easy and anywhere else they go though we have to make ah we've gotta find a big husky guy with with blockade to play me from behind yeah. You might need a jumble. I like i'm guessing there are no women to be found in this city. This attack play elaine. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna get drag. I don't think that but <hes> no they'll. They'll be female characters and stuff but you know and you made it. If i'm playing a woman that plays all the women present. That's not a bad idea. That'd be funny. Somebody who does a lot of voices yeah yeah or at least two voices. Yeah that's great idea and you did a pitch for this then. It just went up online yeah. Here's some it was a little pitch video that i made with the intent of just showing it to people at pitch meetings but <hes> i guess the show was let's throw it online and see what people people think so. Why not give it a little so it's oh yeah so. Maybe that'll help. I don't know i mean that's very typical. Now that if you're taking a show if you're pitching sitcom it's not just the idea you have a piece of video to like. You have a pilot presentation to go with it. That's yeah you don't even have to show up. Just let me know urinate. Check this out and send a check exactly so is butterscotch. Gonna play evil clown. I i well first of all todd. Lemon created won't give you the rights to it. I'm going to have to assume for the no. I really hate wearing makeup makeup so i don't think i would put myself through that much. She'd have to share maker plus. You're also shaving so he'd have up to cesar romero hold. This beard is just from comecon yeah. Oh wow new grows fast fast takes yeah about two weeks and then boom. You're the most masculine to start your own. No i think a lot of testosterone flying flying around here name one good nice robust mustache. That's true. We'll leave leave. I also has a beard like gordon. Manure beard to be honest if i didn't want to show up the guy game rope a doping nece. You've got a career in the carnivals after this. If you want well andrea thank you so much. Thank you mr for traveling down from here. Yeah yeah and we got you out of a pitch meeting. Which we always say is purchased. They haven't even started the meeting after winning. Maybe they are go okay. Thanks andrea inside. Conan unimportant. Hollywood podcast is hosted by mike sweeney in me. Jesse gaskell produced kevin bartels engineered by will beck did mixed by ryan connor. Supervising producer is aaron blair associate producer gen sample executive produced by sax and jeff ross devos and cocoa and colin anderson and chris vanity wolf. Thanks to jimmy vino for our theme music and interstitial can rate and review the.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"By the away we're including this little hanger which will really help you resell it on Ebay tomorrow. People notice that stuff in the photo when they go now now this one this one this is for wow twenty thirteen stanton and as you can see it's made out of Tom. Hanks was the guest he gets to ties. So how do we get this. I don't know about a woman Christelle Resolve. Leave it up to you. Does anyone know the title of Christel is upcoming memoir they including how can we she wants to suggest oh well. No I was Kosei. Let's see it was her idea. There's there's more there's more remote worth so much more than a fan of sewn of Essien so this is the actual this her Gigolos mug anyone seen the bet where she loses this mug and then Conan then goes and tax it. It might still have her D._N._A.. On it or we don't have any. We don't know what kind of D._N._A.. Yeah who who is most excited for this. I think we start over here. I think she is very nice and then just to cover our tracks. We still these junk Ross's office the station area you can you can protect your notes to people exactly you're right seasoned assists on the whatever you want. Would you like all right right very possible and then I'm GonNa give two more things that we were gonNA throw away. Uh literally true you can pretend you went to tour then. It's a tour shirt components for stand up for last year all right great gradually the stickers. If you want to come up and get the vandalize hotel crystal. Thank you started with the name of what is your war. We didn't get to talk about. I know I wrote a book. It's called music to my ears. It's a mix tape memoirs the whole book. It's it's like every chapter is one of my favorite songs breakdown. I like the song and I connected story my life to that Song because I love music and thank you Oscar laughs. Thank you all for coming. Thank you inside Conan Unimportant Hollywood podcast hosted by Mike Sweeney in me Jesse gaskell produced by Kevin Bartels engineered by will becton mixed by Ryan Ryan Connor supervising producer is Aaron blared associated producer Gen samples executive produced by Adam Saks and jeff rosters debrosse cocoa and Colin Anderson and Chris Bannon at here wolf thanks to Jimmy Vino for our theme music and interstitial. 's So you can rate and review the show at Apple podcasts and of course please subscribe until a friend to listen to inside CONAN on apple podcast spotify stitcher Google podcast whatever platform you like. This has

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Ears for twenty. First marathon is coming. Is it at both eaters? It'll be at Franken said, Staples, the staple center now. Trading up in a big way. Are you going to get into it performing? They're doing like probably ten shows over the Friday at four starts getting good times. You don't have to do it at four AM anymore for. Yeah, I will not be there for you. And no teaching during that period. I am teaching Thursday and fro. That's when you are tearing tracks. Teaching occurred, but listening. It's really improve guys. I don't pay attention. I prove that every week on this show. Doddering fool on a microphone. Well, I would venture to say, but probably a lot of our listeners are gonna be at the del close marathon already. But not then. It's fun. And you guys have probably been there, right back in the day. I attack you seem very familiar with it. Well, I went through reference the midnight shows or whatever. No. I, I mean I went through the program, but I never went to the New York marathons. Okay. Yeah, I read about last year's marathon, and it was just people talking about. Five in the morning by favorite thing is like, after one in the morning till like five AM. There's these slots called the bit shows and you get a fifteen minute slot. And they're, they're just like a premise that you're forced to execute for fifty minutes like one of my favorites, is to catch a predator prov. So we'll have a scene where somebody comes in and then a kid is in the room. So hopefully everybody comes out of the closet, doors and says, I'm John docile, and you're busted. And then they reset, and they tried to do, as many of those entrapment s- in, in the course of. So new improviser will come in and then the. Back in the day. There was one of the originals with Cosby prov everybody did a terrible Bill Cosby had a terrible sweater. That was one of the granddaddy of them. We won't see that. Not been relaunched and be launched anytime it's all LA Spacey, prov. Yeah. Spacey, prov up. Sure. But anyway, the big shows are fun to sample. Yeah, it's like there's so much stage time available. So lots of people get to go up, which is cool. Yeah, exactly. People come from all over the country to do improv, or well, that's good. It's really fun. That's. Engine those dates again, June twenty eighth twenty ninth and thirty. President franklin. Yeah. Beautiful. Yeah. Matt, thank you so much. Thank you guys. Really? I can't believe I never did this. Thank you. We just started this podcast. Yeah. Yeah. How long have you been doing it like twenty months three months? Yeah. So you're, you're still among the early early guests, right? We'll probably ask you to be back before runners up, or you guys have already gotten cancelled. Cancel. All right. I'll do the last. That's come back. Visit active ending. With you lose one more person in Roberts has been here the whole time. Come on. What did she tell you? Tell you. Well that was it, though. Is it the great the interview that was fun? Yeah. As show of our show. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week with Brian stack staggered. Former late night, rider, who's beloved by fans and also now writer on the co bear shows. Yes. No, he's one of he's a legend. Yes. And yeah. I think you'll really enjoy that too Suming that you enjoyed this week's I probably shouldn't do that very presumption. All right. Presumptive beget. Tune in next week and we like you. Inside Conan, unimportant, Hollywood podcast. It's most of Mike Sweeney in me Jesse Gaskell, Kevin Bartels engineered by will Becton mixed by Ryan. Connor seep advising producer is Aaron blared associate producer gen Sam executive produced by Adam Saks, and Jeff Ross Ross and team CoCo and Colin Anderson and Chris Bannon at here wolf, thanks to Jimmy vino for our theme music, and interstitial initials can rate and review the show, apple podcasts. And of course, please subscribe until a friend to listen to inside Coenen on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher Google podcast or whatever platform you like. This has been eighteen cocoa production in association with Newell.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"There wouldn't be remotes, if Mike hadn't suggested the first remote. Oh my God. Mike Mike emailed me to go to Westminster. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. I don't remember that. I don't remember it was your idea for the triumph go to the Westminster the actual Westminster. Okay. Now was it? My dear or was I- fording an idea from someone. Great. Now, there was no nothing where we were kicked out. Yeah. Well, that's Jordan's Lansky. That's a whole nother story is the other unsung hero. Teasing partout hearts. You have to go. Places right now. Okay. Guys. Thanks. Robert. My pleasure. All right. That's our show. And right now, just seeing iron Ghana. Yeah. We sound different. According to in Ghana. So yeah, we've actually been here all week. So if you wanna see what some of what we've been up to we've been shooting a Cohen without borders in Ghana, but there's tons of content on the team CoCo Facebook and the Instagram, Twitter and we're here was Sam Richardson from veep. Yeah. Freighters and the Tim Robinson sketch show. Yeah. So it's been really fun week and next week, you'll get to hear some of that on this podcast to tune in. Yeah. In the meantime, stay alive because we like you. Don't. Don't die. Inside Conan, unimportant. Hollywood podcast is hosted by Mike Sweeney in me, Jesse gas and Kevin Bartels engineered by will Becton mixed by Ryan. Connor CPA rising producer is Aaron blared associate producer gen samples executive produced by Adam Saks, and Jeff Ross DeVos cocoa and Colin Anderson, and Chris Bannon or wolf, thanks to Jimmy vino for our theme music and interstitial 's you can rate in review the show in apple podcasts. And of course. Please subscribe until a friend to listen to inside cone on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher Google podcast or whatever platform you like. This has eighteen cocoa production in association with Newell..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"A week and you next Conan without borders. You can follow our trip on social media, Facebook and Instagram. There's gonna be a lot of live streams and just an lots of Instagram. Stories Instagram lives. Yes. And I think it's going to be a wild visit planned. We're taking Sam Richardson from veep, and Detroiters really good show. He's hilarious. And his mother is from goddess, so she's gonna be there to actually. Yup. Yeah. We just found out she will just happen to be. Yeah. So you're gonna see lots of lots of all this behind the scenes stuff and Conan's gonna try to drive. Obviously a wedge between salmon his mother. Yes. Trying to get it up there. So, so we'll see you there and we won't be here next week, but you'll still get an episode from us. That's right of magic, always deliver. All right. We'll see you next week. We like you. Inside Conan, unimportant, Hollywood podcast. It's most Mike Sweeney in me, Jesse gas. Kevin Bartels engineered by will Becton mixed Inside Conan, unimportant, Hollywood podcast. It's most Mike Sweeney in me, Jesse gas. Kevin Bartels engineered by will Becton mixed by Ryan Connor producer is Erin blared associated producer Jin samples executive produced by autumn sacks. And Jeff Ross juice DeVos cocoa and Colin Anderson, and Chris man at here wolf, thanks to Jimmy vino for our theme music and initials can rate and review the show, apple podcasts. And of course, please subscribe until a friend to listen to inside Coenen on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google calf, or whatever platform you like. Eighteen cocoa production in association with ill.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Well, it's not too late can talk to them this week away, you need executive producer and show business should be in charge. Well, have fun there next week. No, you'll be with me swing. I've just telco and like those great what you told check. He was really tall. Would. Less Quebec for Knicks. You as the when is this curious, it's still this week's podcast. I can't say when I was going to save on and get us in trouble. Oh, talking about the things that we were made doing that. Because there are times when they go. Yeah. You shouldn't do that that'll piss off this guy or that guy or this executive, right? Why don't we just say that happened back at NBC but not on the current network? Of course. No, no, no. They wouldn't have thing. Well, we'll have to do a follow up with you. Well that will do. Pence anywhere. I eight. Yeah. That'll be exciting topic. I know I would like that. It'll be like following you on Instagram. That's exciting too. It will be in New York next week. I know we're doing this in New York. Yeah, we're recording. Also. I can buy and tell you where I've eaten some excellent I- writers about how the up front went because it will be. Stay up -solutely or we could be backstage, and you can come in during live commentary. Well, there will be definitely something for you to talk about because something stupid will happen. All right, right for you. Okay. Great agree. More more up front. Jimmy, something that happens in that show. He'll go home. My god. They didn't really do that. And the public demands it. They're gonna want follow ups. All right, folks. You heard it here. First up front. Boy. Yeah. Well, Mary up fronts, Jeff, or what do you wouldn't you train? Yeah. You got you don't say just to meet the swings to he's very hands on this one. I tried to all of them tried to divorce myself from this whole business process. Okay. Thank you. Thanks job is tomorrow tomorrow. Oh. All right. That was our show. Thank you to gyp Ross. Thanks Jeff for second. Everybody up for the big up fronts. We're actually just I will be at the up fronts next week as well. We're going to New York to earn view similar. Similar writers for Konan. Yup. And performers some good. Yeah. Really good list lined up interviews that you guys will hear people we can't lure out of New York City. So we're going to them, and it's going to be worth it. Yeah. No. It's gonna be great. Yeah. But even though we'll be in New York. We will have an episode next week. Oh, of course. Yeah. Great episode because Hollywood never sleep. That's right with the great Jimmy, Jimmy Pardo. Very excited. Anyway, that's our show. Thanks for listening. Thank you very much. And we like you. Inside Conan, unimportant Hollywood podcast. It's hosted by Mike Sweeney in me, Jesse Gaskell. And Kevin Bartels engineered by will Becton mixed by Ryan, Connor seep. Raising producer is Aaron blared associate producer Jin samples executive produced by Adam Saks and Jeff Ross Debrosse team. Coco and Colin Anderson and Chris Bannon Idi wolf, thanks to Jimmy vino for our theme music and initials can rate and review the show in apple podcasts. And if course, please subscribe and tell a friend to listen to inside cone it on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google podcast, or whatever platform you like. This is biz eighteen cocoa production in association.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

"Nowadays. It's become very very. Yeah. Yeah. But so this this cameraman it'd be like we're going to lunch. I'm alright just shot Titi all fucking. All day long, and it was on the feed in Rockefeller Center. And everybody told me that Titi parade is on every television. Somebody saw Tom Brokaw treadmill watching our Titi. Saw in the gym just watch. The did not change the entire workup. He's never tried to catch. So any closer? We out of time. You know, what the people really love your old, Woodstock remote? Oh, mention that. Thank you. You went in ninety four. I did. I did. Yeah. That was I went my contribution was like I said I wanted to wear a suit. But it was so fucking hot that the most I could pull off was a sport coat because it was really bad. Yeah. And then it was Roberts idea too. To try and get bites at people's food, which I think is seen in a while where women showing their breasts that was they were they were they were. Nope. And then we did. We did Robert I at the same time came up with like, I got a slide down that mud hill. And I got an I've said this before I got poison Ivy from that. Oh, yes. The slide because I went at the bottom because right after that, I went I went back to visit my family, and I had this rash. All over my body's really all over the side of my torso, recite super itchy. And I went to mom's dermatologist news that's poison. I only place I could have gotten even rolling down any. Yeah. The other the other thing that I wish we had gotten on camera was because Jimmy vino was they're playing with John Sebastian of the Lovin spoonful. So she was are all right, RBM. And he was back. An and I was so 'cause then after I went in the mud, then we had the idea I should go interview the band's covered in mud, which is really after Jin Crosby, Stills Nash. But after after we're done that was that was our last thing because I'm covering mud, and I'm and I wish I had it on tape. But Jimmy found a garden hose and hosed me off like in the like in the in the cluster of where all like, you know, where like like right outside where cypress hills. Yeah. Like right in front of the cypress hills trailers of it's just me standing there being hosed off like a baby elephant. Yeah. Wow. Well, Andy, thank you. So I will definitely have you back. I'm gonna guess sometime in June. This is the episode. That'll probably win you the potty. We're always done in the potty. The nominated so many times. But yeah, thanks any and come back. We'll we'll come. Visit you over in your in your corner. I'll be even more.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"So it was just so it was just it was. It was actually transcendent the way everything worked. Jimmy, did a great job putting everyone together, so I entered ucsd people. And then I came out and and I I was ready to do my bit man. I was ready to play with slash and Jimmy, and we laid into. And I did all right, I, I'm proud of how I did. I wasn't nervous. It was an amazing experience. That's what I'm trying to say. And for those of you who are wondering if I was going to choke or whether I was gonna follow through or whatever I followed through, and I feel pretty confident with how I perform. The one thing I realized is that I am a, I am a guitar player. I'm not a professional musician. I do not have the range of the chops to be a professional musician, but I can. I can. I can lay down some pretty good, booze rifts and I can rock out a bit. But these guys, these, these, these men and women. On the front lines of performing music for a living. That is some that is some fucking skill man, and I and I and I love it and I envy it and I'm an off it. It was an honor in and very exciting thing for lifelong guitar. Guy like myself to trade licks with Jimmy vino and slash it was it was exciting. It was like a goddamn ride that you didn't want to end really, you know, you get up there and and and you're doing it and it goes by so fast and then and then I was sort of like woke, can we now that I'm relaxed. We do a couple more numbers in my head, but that was my moment that was my time and it was. It was definitely a high point, a high point in my life in a lot of ways to I never thought I'd get to do that. It was great. It's an on-demand world people. You can get practically everything on demand like this podcast, you listen when you want, not when anyone tells you to no matter how many times I say do it up and.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Want to get tickets to my beacon show on November tenth, I guess it's right now. It's a celebration of me. Is that what is that? What I'm telling you about? Because what happened the other night, and when I've been talking about happening happened, I hosted that event at the theater Jimmy vino was the musical director for the benefit for the the blues foundation, the Americana music association across the great divide was the name of the show. A lot of people were there. Lucinda Williams leeann Womack Shamikh Copeland Bob weir. Was there Doyle bramhall a lot of people Larkin Mark impo- I know missing people a lot of other musicians, but I was to host it. And as I told many of you Jimmy asked me to sit in on this old John mail tune stepping out. From the the, the booze breakers, record the beano record with Clapton, and I was going to sit in with the band, and then he told me that slash was gonna sit in. So it was me and slash Jimmy playing this tune, and I've been freaking out about it previous to when I did it freaking out to the point where my hands hurt my fingers in my hands because I don't practice as much I play. I'll sit here and play, but I don't practice guitar. I, I can no longer call it practicing because what I did over the last week was practice and I'll tell you gave me an appreciation. I always had an appreciation for for musicians, obviously. And one thing I noticed that always fascinates me about it and I don't know why it should be shocking or surprising to me is that when I have musicians in here and they play song, they almost always nail it. It always amazes me that they don't. They don't stumble. They hit every core. They hit every note. They. But that's what they do. This is their, that's their craft. That's her art. That's her form of expression. That's what they've worked all these years to do, but I still find it amazing and surprising because I can't do it. I can show up and I can play, but I'm gonna. I'm gonna clunk up something because I'm not a professional musician. That is not my craft. It is not. My art is not my form. I do have to realize that because there's some part of me in the back of my brain. That's sort of like, well, maybe this is this is where I'm shifting gears. Maybe it's time for me to finally become the booze man that I've always been inside, but you spend one night, we're real musicians and you see how they work and the what's involved in and the sort of comfort zone and the skill set needed. It's sort of like them nowhere near any of this. That's my goddamn narcissism. It's like, yeah, I mean, I think a little work. This could be my life. So keep it as a hobby. No reason. To ruin it by trying to make a living with it. It was interesting because I don't usually do this. The whole nature or the part of the message of the of the evening was was across the great divide, not just between blues and Americana music, but it was about the, you know how music transcends the problems that people have that. You know that music is something that brings us all together. So I wanted to stay away from politics to honor the evening tax. We feel the power of the music and not have me get out there and do my some of my darker more recent jokes. So I went out there and I welcomed everybody. And I said something I, I can't imagine. It hasn't been said before. So I'm not. I don't know if I should take credit for like two because I thought it was pretty clever, but it's too. It's too tight, and it's too obvious for it. Not to have been said before that there are two political parties us in them in obviously that can go either way. So I, I don't know if I wrote that, but, but it seems too simple for me to have written that. But I told my Jerry Garcia story with some, you know, maybe you don't know in the message of that was I thought at par with evening given the Bob weir was going to be there. So it was a great crowd, a lot of dead heads, a lot of middle aged people, but some young people, but the music was..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Just go to wherever you get books tomorrow, Tober sixteenth. I know you ought to you're waiting for this because he wanted throw for that hard backers, the paper, and also speaking of books. If I may. My friend, Jill Solloway many, you know her as the creator of transparent. She's been on this show two or three times. Actually, she's also director of great stuff. She has a memoir coming out tomorrow. It's called, she wants it desire power and toppling the patriarchy. So if you're a fan of gills and you like your stuff, go get that book to get both of them. But if you have to really if you know if you're against the wall you, I got this much money left. I can only afford waiting for the punch would be the choice to make their and then you know, loop back around get get jill's book when you have the extra money is that that's not really amazing. Plug just get both books. All right. Just get both books, Jesus, what am I? Why do you got to back me into a corner with this shit? He said to himself again over and over again. So Friday, October nineteenth. I'm going to be hosting this big. What's going to be. I pretty amazing show. Actually, it's called across the great divide. It's a benefit concert for the American music association and the blues foundation. It's going to be me hosting, Jimmy vino is going to be leading the band. He's the musical director where we got John prime Bob weir Lucinda Williams, leeann wall Mak. Doyle bramhall the seconds Chamisa Copeland Larkin POE Joe Louis Walker, Tosh, Neil, and slashes coming. And there's also some other special guests that I know about, but I'm going to tell you by just, I'm I'll tell you this. John Prien sets going to be surprising because enough said, but here's my dilemma, and this is a luxury problem. It's not even a problem in some of you out there going to hate me for it. I'm just going to put that out there. So I'm hosting the saying, you know me and Jimmy your friends. He lets me play with them. So he wants me to play a song that I played with him out in the blues clubs. Couple of times. Stepping out from the blues breakers, album, John mayall, and the booze baker's album. The famous beano record where Eric Clapton is the guitar player. Stepping out is guitar song and Jimi wants me. Go ahead and sit in and that usually wouldn't be an issue because I just do it. You know if it's a little club, but this is going to be at the ace hotel theater. That's where you can get tickets by the way as hotel theater just do the search thing..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What the fuckers, what the fuck buddies, what the fuck it, Alex, what the fuck you Kratz what the fuck publicans. Whatever few of you are left the listening. I don't know. How's it going a Mark mayor, and this is my podcast WT f how you hold it up. I know I know not great. Many of you. I know myself included is rough going, rough going. This weekend. Rough. Go in this year. Rough. Go in the last couple, but I do want to say I want to say a couple of things. I I'd like to talk about a thing I'm doing that is why it should be uplifting. It should be spiritually. Comforting on some level I I'm doing. I'm hosting a great event. I think it's not a political event, but it's a music event and I just wanted to draw a little attention to it. It's called across the great divide. And it's it's a benefit concert for the American music association and the blues foundation. It's going to be here in Los Angeles at the ace theater on October nineteenth. I'm hosting it and performing that night will be John prying Bob weir Lucinda Williams, Doyle bramhall. The second Shamikh Copeland Larkin POE Joe Louis Walker tash, Neil. Maybe some special guests and Jimmy vino. My buddy from the Conan show the amazing guitar player and bandleader will be will be the music director and bandleader of the event, and you can still get tickets for that. You can just go to ace hotel dot com and click on the counter there and get tickets going to be a fun event..

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like i was never confident but it wasn't so much because i hated myself i just didn't think i was good enough yeah and you know like in recent years i've practiced and i've gotten better and you know i still don't think of it professionally but like jimmy vino let me sit in with them you know when they when they do a blues night or something and it's very exciting for me and i still enjoy playing and i've sung bid out but i was terrified added bags experience as a teenager singing in public it was very to me it's a very vulnerable place to be i just never thought i was good enough but you just i put too much pressure on myself selfhelp say that's hard as a comic the to to be to commit in that way yeah to commit to that kind of sincerity to that yes some people like you know some people like like like offerman they can just go up there and sing kid jim jam beano well he's he's sort of genius that guy he's something else but but you know there are people that can sing without invest that right like i don't know how to sing and just be like i everything is so visceral to me and so close to the surface at i can't just put on airs and be like accepted you riyadh no like if i'm gonna sing okay here we go that's i mean my for me it's been that's my lifelong battle is battling against selfconsciousness get to i'm now i'm at a point where i did the harry nielson thing at molly malone's the other night it was like a birthday harry nilsson well we we did a song my wife my wife we did you're breaking my heart my wife and i have been how to band together for twenty years mazing songwriter wow and we brought paul fee was our drummer for for years and dave gruber allen was in the band so it was a comic and it was a comedy ban so but now i felt like the other night we did the thing and we went up and we felt like we could just go do this thing commit to it not be pretentious but still have fun and fun it was fun but that comes from doing it yeah yeah that's my whole point you don't do it is that they've had to do it now rated you it now if i ever i i'm trying not to hate myself in my twenties because there's not a positive emotion but it's always like when you're in the mode of mike good enough yet you not probably good enough yet but you have to if you loved it so much you keep going and i just found that he was more here well at star with it and it was frightening i don't know like i feel that comedy is so immediate that you know the actual time you put into like developing whatever it is you develop over the years doesn't feel the same as work right and like you know if you have if you're driven to do comedy it's because it's like all right i'm not waiting to get on stage seeing the beginnings horrible but you know once you're on there it's your no there we go that's it didn't cry cry they see he started out confident i started out crying i was terrified like compressed angry you cried i cried 'cause i was in a duo and then the first time we went on my own onstage no no in the car seize your crichton and sage the.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on X96

X96

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on X96

"All right it's a it's talk show trivia it's best if you go i it gives you an advantage in the game i have the coin toss app here call it heads or tails ills it is tails he goes i know you keeping score got control the board and there are zero points on the board all right here we go steve let's begin now steve remember if you get this wrong they'll gets a chance to answer it correctly and take your point away and vice versa if he gets one wrong okay here we go let's start with this one steve which late night band leader was also a musician on saturday night live was it was a reggie watts be paul shaffer see jimmy vino or d quest love your c jimmy vino that is incorrect actually and bill controls the question paul shaffer paul shaffer is correct yes he was also a cast member on saturday night live as well as a musician yeah who was jimmy fallon's very first musical guest when he took over the tonight show missile be a multiple choice how it is i'm gonna this will probably be against but an educated.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Sara keane's work on site meal out of pain on the wall canvasses involved other things it's where she really she like she nailsea sings just gets in it improvisational that's where we have something in common her and i we like to work improvisational see what happens to exciting so that's what i was saying no she's doing that so i'm a i'm free to stay out late and work all night at the comedy five shows last night and i want to see buffalo tom for about half of their set jan of its was here and he invited me down so i went down there said hide of the fellas at terror grand ballroom and now watch about half of the sat and it was good it was good it was good to see him hims good to see via a sold guys out doing the work did i mentioned that i played some i played out in public i didn't promote it because because i didn't want to folks so yeah last week may i uncommon around i'm coming around last week jimmy vino from the conan o'brien show texted me and said do do i want to come in and sit in at al's barring grill i think it's called in burbank and do uh do a couple of tunes with him in the fellas not the koehnen bambadji just a combo to jimmy drummer bass player in a guy on the keys and i was like he said i think you're ready take jimmy vedeno the guy's been teaching me lixin let me plays guitars in the dressing room for decades he said i think you're ready and i'm like all right man all right what are we playing and he told me.

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"jimmy vino" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jimmy vino" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Many cities you guys do on this run well eh tried to say one because jimmy has his contract with koehnen jimmy vino conan o'brien musical director so and by the way and a full fledged mafioso a made guy i mean let's be honest jimmy is a mob guy he's a mob guy from way back he's a made guy just say you want you to think though sometimes but gimme gimme kept quote kantor because he has to be on stage monday morning so we may we basically do fridays and saturdays and we hit the big cities really hit small cities to in small town but we don't go out for more than two dates at a time which is kind of night because we all have no families or other seen that we have going on as far as sessions and other article were playing which so it's nice to do it and then not do it for a while and then an and do it again it keeps it fresh rengo clincy eighty from here he's back out to her again he's got a new album to promote mccartney was just to wrigley this summer and as good as he's ever been mccartney by the way how he plays three hours without having to p is rather phenomenal but because he stays on stage but what about those two guys if you've view and because of wills connections in your connections you're getting feedback from them well i can tell you that um paul deadbolt aware about frame but will and paul had have had some time to get out of the country for new york here at nine eleven paul for the most part put that together with harvey weinstein and when paul went out to do it set he wanted to play hey jude and he asked will to play base for them so they kind of got to know each other on that in but there was at the documentary that out about that night and there's one little snippet of paulo will talking and if you're listening clothes paul asking will how we solve tomorrow never knows the john lennon song because in our opinion poll produced that for john all those tape flute and the mood of the song right and and it's great that will is explained appalled that that.

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