17 Burst results for "Joe Henderson"

"joe henderson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on KCRW

"Like I said it's going to get touched back to to pimp a butterfly that's different than anything you've done prior yeah that was a very demanding moment you know to this day I still think I look back on it and I think about how how how much output is going on in that moment and along with that you know realizing that that is just the genius of Kendrick Lamar's writing and like it's rare you know it's like you do a lot of the time especially in the rap game rappers get far off into thinking it's just them Kendrick I was not afraid of anything like and that would inspire me all the time he he would run up on all of it we would have conversations about Joe Henderson we have you know talk about those miles out as we talk about all kinds of stuff like that it was just this continues dance of like is is almost like a trust fall is like I didn't know where I was going and it was one of those things where when that album was finished being there for the very last mastering session up until seven eight o'clock in the morning and I went home I just almost fainted and cried because it was just so as like I had gone as far as I felt I could I'd given all I could you know if I've if I lost like a hundred pounds I would have made sense you know but it was just like I put my all that's that's what I have from that you know it's like and then we look up and then it's you know it's like a little leaven Grammys you like Jesus you know did you know did you know it would be this.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You like I said it's gonna get touched back to to the butterfly that's different than anything you've done prior yeah that was a very demanding moment you know to this day I still think I look back on it and I think about how how how much output it's going on in that moment and along with that you know realizing that that is just the genius of Kendrick Lamar's writing and like it's rare you know it's like you do a lot of the time especially in the rap game rappers get far off into thinking it's just them Kendrick I was not afraid of anything like and that would inspire me all the time he he would run up on all of it we would have conversations about Joe Henderson we have you know talk about those miles out as we talk about all kinds of stuff like that it was just this continues dance of like is is almost like a trust falls like I didn't know where I was going and it was one of those things where when that album was finished being there for the very last mastering session up until seven eight o'clock in the morning and I went home I just almost fainted and cried because it was just so as like I had gone as far as I felt I could I had given all I could you know the five if I lost like a hundred pounds I would have made sense you know but it was just like I put my all that's that's what I have from that you know it's like and then we look up and then it's you know it's like a little leaven grams you like Jesus you know they did you know did you know it would be this no.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"WanNa select this guy back a little bit from Seoul. How I came to Rick Davis a year or two day. A really excellent album is a compilation. On the Soul Jazz label called black fire new spirits radical and revolutionary jazz in the USA. Nine hundred sixty seven to nineteen two. That's why that's why I decided not to talk about it on the shuttle if a wide range of African American musicians some which bind you and some that I didn't buy it was basically the common thing to the album was how the civil rights era was inspiring a Lotta these jazz musicians in different ways. And there's a hell of office territory. That's and it's all linked to the very politically charged times from where the album was. The peak of that Love was just before the Democratic Convention Chicago and Sixty Eight guys on here like Gil. Scott Heron. That tells you as much as you need to know about what you can expect from this album and you also have some great cuts from Alexa Yusef. Lateef Don Cherry Lane. Joe Henderson Spaghetti before on the Har Silver Album. Just as an aside soldiers is a great label. If you haven't bought any compilations look they map. I take a lot of kick with how they curate. The music that goes on the albums but the booklets that come with them putting historical context into what is on the album is so well looked after so I recommend that anyway. One of the tunes on the album was from his fellow. Richard Davis the tune was called dalen.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Big alcopop is once again folks shows called your money. Well, Joe Henderson here certified financial planner. Allan Poe pine. He's a CPA. Appreciate you hanging out. Once again, we've got a great show lined up. We have a lot of different articles some news clips, the I found all kinds of stuff that I'm kind of excited about to go over today are you excited? Yeah. Because it feels like I haven't really I don't know feels like I haven't done a radio show in a while probably did one last week. Well, you know, you weren't here last week except for that. Hey, overconfidence L kills you? So I have to confess something new. Uh-huh. I was teaching retirement plan, of course, at Rancho Bernardo. I don't know one hundred people in the room, and and you make you make a mistake about once every five years, very very. It's not very often. Right. And I don't know someone's got in the weeds of taxes, and it was thinking about something else. And so I gave someone the wrong answer. But I've emailed a group. Okay. Here's the cranberry you gonna tell people on air that what the right answers. Well, I know well, I had a small idea that well, what's the question? The question is this the state of California, you very rarely complies with anything on the feds? That's right. I did thought that they complied with the standard deduction coach they did not rate. That is correct. And so I had this this older gentleman is asking me. He's okay. So the California comply. Well, the very rarely complied with anything like well, no specifically with the standard deduction. And I was like. Like. Thanks. Go. Yeah. I believe I believe they did no wrong. While he was. Jackass? Encyclopedia since you. Brought it up. I will I will talk about that briefly. So with the feds, of course, they changed itemize deductions. First of all, they increase the standard deduction, so less people will itemize because always get to deduct the higher the two, but then they did some things with regards to mainly two main things one was taxes state taxes property taxes. No matter what they are. You add them together, you cannot deduct any more than ten thousand dollars. That's the max the second thing. They did is they eliminated the miscellaneous itemized deductions. So that's the unreimbursed and play expenses. No logger deductible for fed purposes or tax prep, these investment these things like that or not deductible. Now, the state actually excellent term has conformed. So the state did not conform to that in the state hardly ever conforms to the federal so all of those deductions for taxes property taxes and full miscellaneous itemized deductions are still available for the state of California. Right. So on the. In California, people may still probably atomised versus take the standard and the standard deduction for state of California's what? Oh, I don't know. It's about ten.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two is the number. We've got a lot on deck tonight. Coming up in a few minutes. We'll talk to Florida politics columnist. Joe Henderson about the midterms. We'll get his thoughts on some of the big races. And also the amendments and the Hillsborough county referendums, and then we've got our weekend events segment coming to you a little bit late usually try to do it on. On thursday. Because we had a short show yesterday due to the lightning. We had to move it back to today but the weekend event segment with Tampa Bay times, entertainment and events reporters. Sharon win will be at eight o six. I did not realize we were getting these massive storms rolling through our area today. I knew we're going to get rain. I didn't know I had no idea. It would be this bad. They kind of came out of the blue. I didn't know my phone would start going off. I I was getting all the government alerts you turn that notification Babs on offer I had it. I had it off for a long time after the president sent out his his alert couple of weeks ago. I checked the settings turned it back on and good thing. I did because it was a tornado warning for my area. Those alerts I kind of needed. I know very importantly, I got those got him to get them. So so this is how it all played out. I got the alerts right as I'm getting ready to leave for the station and. The alerts didn't by heading into the station, regardless of course, but but my dog, and they want to leave my dog alone in case there was a tornado because it was it was specifically mccarroll would area was right in the line of fire here. And so I stuck around. And then there really wasn't. I didn't think it was all that bad. I mean there were a couple of gusts of wind, but then apparently Cording to our news room. They got calls. That's one of the stores. That's literally like right around the corner from me had damage, and that there was a light that got ripped down. And I don't know all this stuff. I didn't see any came in your area, right? Because I was thinking for a second. I'm like, I'm looking out the window. I'm is there are there any funnel clouds, and what am I gonna do? If if. My unprepared. What am I going to bring my dog in the in the bathtub and just kind of ride it out? I guess I know that I'm looking out, and I'm thinking, I hope nothing happens here because I don't I don't feel ready for this kind of dropped on me. Suddenly, and and and then you hear about the damage in the area. There is some damage around Tampa Bay. And what amazes me. We were just talking about this before we started the show because we've got all the TV's on here in the studio. How did the local news channels get their reporters out to where like a tree fell down so quickly? They must get calls and texts and and social media. Yeah. Got his jump in the car and go. That's the nice thing about radio. We don't have to show people. Now, tell them about it. So because because somebody else is out there that we have we have a new channel eight on in here, FOX thirteen bay news nine there. They're all on and they were all in front of a down tree, but it different down trees like this show. So not only did they get alerted. Hey, there's a down tree here, but they know their media, and they seem to coordinate that would be kind of awkward, and you see all the cameras in the if they're all in front of the one house down trae. Now, there's been some some significant damage from the storm that rolled through earlier today that that was probably one of the worst storms we've seen here in quite a while. I I mean, I don't remember tornado warnings. Like that popping up all over the place out of nowhere to. I don't think anybody is. I know and the in the storm system made its way through really fast, but but did some damage on the way through I want to touch on before. Get to Joe Henderson here in a few moments. I want to touch on the economic numbers today. Fantastic economic numbers really top to bottom. There was nothing to complain about. The jobs numbers were great all the indicators were really solid. I'm still I'm by nature a bit of a pessimist. But I'm still not one hundred percent. Sure, we can continue to keep this up. I think next year you might start to see things slow down a little bit. But right now, the numbers are fantastic. And that's what's so fascinating about this midterm race. Just the fact that we're talking about the possibility the Democrats could win a number of seats. They could retake the house and the Senate I think is is a tall order for them. But it's not out of the realm of possibility with the economy the way, it is just think about that for a moment. I mean when you had the wave back in two thousand ten the tea party wave. Okay. And Obama was president. He did not have a great economy back then or if you look at the ninety four wave with with Bill Clinton when when new king. Rich, and the Republicans took over everything you did not have an economy like this. This is this economy is running at like peak level right now yet. There's still a chance that Republicans could lose quite a few seats, including some potential governorships like the one here in Florida. I mean, it's possible Gillam is leading in most of the polls will see if it actually happens, but think about that for a second. So you have to ask yourself why if the economy's doing so fantastic people are doing better than they have in a long time. Why is this midterm election, potentially a bad one four Republicans? And that's where you come back. I think at the end of the day, you have to come back, and you have to question the president and his message because he spent the last couple of days on immigration, whether it's birthright citizenship or the caravan or whatever and not on the economy, and and if if I were him, especially this weekend with the final push economy economy economy. Especially with the numbers that we saw today coming up next Florida politics columnist Joe Henderson on the midterms here on PM Tampa Bay checking traffic.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on The Writers Panel

The Writers Panel

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on The Writers Panel

"It's a, it's a really cool book. It's beautifully illustrated. Again. The acting in the book is really impressive. And then the other one is Lucifer written by Dan waters. If you are familiar with Lucifer, television program run by our friend, Joe Henderson friend of the podcast. Then you're going to like this book. It doesn't. It's the character you recognize, but not in the world of the TV show. Certainly in the same way that sort of swamping to exist in movies and TV, and in the comics at the same time with different things. But you recognize that character as swamping. That's what this Lucifer is. And I think you know, readers and TV viewers are savvy enough to understand how that works these days just as we were when superman was on the radio and in movies and on television. But those Averbukh is really cool. It's big storytelling. It's big swings, but ultimately it's about this very human non human character. You know, he's he's falafel. If you will. So in addition to those, if you want just sort of a taste of all these checkout, the Sandman universe, which is already out again, get it from your local comic shop, get it from comics. Allah, gee, that was written by Neil Gaiman, but the segments that you that are sort of the taste of the other books are written by their respective writers. You can check those out right now. And as I said, you know if any of the sounds good to you and I do recommend just try out the first couple of issues. I feel like that's usually you can get a good taste for something. If you check out the first few issues, just like if you're watching TV show you check out the first few episodes so that you can see where the story is. You could see the characters are because pilots are tough. Maybe the first one doesn't always do it for you, but give it one or two or three given three. Can you do that for me? What do I ever ask of you so much. So and if any of these sound good to you and you want to check them out, go to your local comic shop or call up your local comic shop. If you wanna preorder, tell them to hold the dreaming books of magic house of whispers Lucifer, and, hey, while you're on the phone with them, pick up a copy of ex-wives say, I want heck lives comes out on Halloween and they'll put that aside for you. Likewise, go to comics g you can do all the Priore during and ordering there. The only way that these books are going to get good runs as if you buy them. If you don't wait for the trades lease by the first couple of issues to check it out. I know that all of these writers as I do for heck's wives has one hundred shoes worth of story that they wanna tell with these characters in these worlds. And so it's only with your support that we get to do that. So thanks checking out. First of all, thanks for listening to this. It turned out to be way more earnest and emotional than I had anticipated. I apologize. I promise you next time we'll get back to me not talking and just letting guests talk, but so thank you for listening. Thanks checking out all these Sanmen universe books. They're really cool, and thanks for checking out, heck sides to appreciate it.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

The JJ Redick Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast

"My four year old four year old knocks just came in the conference room to tell me. He loves me. I didn't. I actually, I paid him in Eminem's earlier to come do that. I've said this before my podcast, like every every guy in the league, not every guy, but a lot of guys like we get labeled as like a winner as like a loser. And and I really feel like it just may not make sense, but like you can be a winner yourself like beat you could you could be a winner, but be on a bad team and vice versa. You could be a loser and just as luck would have it and up on a good team. And I think I've always considered you as a winner. I, I have to ask you though, so your your, your last year in college, you guys win a national championship, and then your rookie year, your percentage wise on the worst team in NBA history, seven fifty nine lockout year you didn't. You played in every game that year. How did you? How did you manage that? That rookie season mentally. That was rough. Honestly, it was. It was really rough, but no, for the most part, like you saying, I always considered myself a winner always concerned myself. That was such a crazy experience. We, we lost so many games. I think we lost what I think we had like two streaks at one St. like eighteen Jayme losing streak in. We ended the season like twenty three game, some crazy man. It was unbelievable. But as far as my mental standpoint, I just wanted to give better like I really didn't care. Like my whole goal was to show people back play at a high level, and I just wanted to get better essay. I just always stayed in the gym may show. I was getting my working nor the older guys they were. They were great to me like Gosling Ciganda job. No DJ. Augustine was on that team. He was. He was amazing for me that year. I've learned a lot from him like, don't my basketball career now, the way I played now, a lot of my stuff is is from DJ Augustine. So he he's helped me so much when I was a rookie. Joe Henderson. No. Another guy who just while flocked to know soon as I got there, we became like super close friends. I was even at his wedding. So you know, guys like that who show me the ropes. They showed me how to work. They show me how to stay in a gym working regardless of how things are going. I think that's why I am the kind of guy today, man, those no have invest like that. That's why it's great to have all the guys on the team because now you learn from guys, right? Those guys helped me help. It almost sounds like it's some point your rookie year. You like had like a a mentality. Switch of like we're not gonna. We're not gonna win games, so I'm going to take a long-term approach here and just try to learn from from the old heads and and try to get better. That's that's exactly what it was. That's exactly what I mean foot, but don't you think if you're like comp- like your competitive? My last year in Orlando, we were not gonna make the playoffs on may the plaza every year, my career, but it's only because I got traded. We were not going to play on that first two months that season I, I was like, angry all the. Oh, so hard to deal with some point. Like in late December early January, I just had a switch like, all right, like I've got a change my mentality. There's there's gotta be another form of winning..

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"joe henderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Of southeast michigan it's your home for all of your mother cycle munich's after proving to a friend of mine that jesus really did live and was crucified days ever the crucifixion hundreds of people saw him alive and well by friend stated that jesus was poisoned on the cross and only appeared to be dead and asked me to disprove that two seven miles i stated seven miles as the distance from jerusalem to the city of a to travellers walk seven miles from jerusalem to me as three days after jesus was crucified on that trip they were joined by a stranger that stranger proved himself to be jesus to the delight of travellers and then he walked seven miles with them seven miles he walk after being whipped in a way that would kill men nails driven through his hands in his feet in a spirit plunged into a side purusing his lungs and heart he walks seven miles after receiving these injuries three days earlier what is easier to believe that jesus was able to walk seven miles with those massive injuries end being poisoned more that he truly is the one who conquered death i am pastor richard teetering bringing you a moment of her when your major homeappliance stops working do you wanna fix it no you want someone who knows what they're doing and that's not you it's mastered check bill and joe henderson at master tech had been taking care of people in ann arbor in southeast michigan for over thirty years to bend my house many times and always solve the problem they do both residential and commercial work and treat their customers and employees like family their technicians are friendly.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

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"joe henderson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"All players that play golf as well yeah was there any talk of tiger and the anticipation what was that i i beg gravity popular my conversations with kipkorir about golf right he's good player the aid clarity paid pete lau e v curry olympic could have played freshly certainly could have played collegiately right he although i will tell you that that and he probably could but davidson is a really good gulf school yet yeah eight math or that he when he had big offers like we know ralph blasi who played there was a really a player severe yeah so he in gerald henderson uh you know jury undersell hope italy for awhile lose gad also play in the nba joe henderson primarily the celtics i think from usually play for several teams they played junior coffee they they will become they had like off scholarship offers from places where people go to pros and so he hit you went into those guys andrea gwould dolly's the dow was another fanatic right and so when you in the locker room first of all if if if these guys are on the court thing we'll send you a wiz tiger where's jason did what happened what's and that that will be going on either maybe if if it in warmups or right after the game because they all west coast time he they weren't able to see see what's what's interesting to me about this is tiger let's just analogize this let's take a guy who you are very familiar with derrick rose dirt road has was a great player with terrible injuries yeah who has come back to be okay and nothing better than okay that's her and his career is going to be short lived a city that's pretty much over now when these guys look at tiger who had terrible injuries and was greater than that was the greatest of all time do they ever talk about can he or can he not comeback because of that stuff to be debated no different than you would i i it it it speculative issues right right because we could you wish it so radically different tigers he was clearly because it because he might have been the best ever he was yet.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"On hasn't you know for whatever reason ronald before a nuts that to win now we give new we could change the life of one birth and because they read some of what's in this book with the idea but actually not was or soon i've talked about came from a book cupboard longrun solution by joe henderson ninety seven six joe henderson writes about running these former rudders rolled on common standoffish is written over two dozen books in when he talked about the stygian success in running but union clearly was about life is well he basically said look you look at really successful people it isn't because they're not successful because they could be tall buildings in a single babovic do things no one else can is it they just do the things anybody can do but most of his never will and it's like well that's kind of interesting he announced so this idea came when you think about who your surround yourself with matters to me anyone in surround themselves with people can make a positive difference we're were all capable of doing now when we do that when we surround ourselves with people like they can help us to those little daily things those things that can help us be successful they can help us do those things more awesome and when we do that we're going to get a heck of a lot more of what we want not only a life our business but out of life as well and so that's how a lot of what recovering the book the thank that john you know the cartoons make it approachable i think dance or were already speaks to the power of the people we surround results.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"America have a concrete theory uh magazine joe henderson rose by second half of my interview with bill robertson of doc dynasty such a within here is bill robertson taught means to know that you'll be doing a program on crtv and all you need to do out there in the audiences google that go to crtv and you can join had got great people of mark levin michelle malkin who are just a door she's such a sweet girl thing and now they'll they'll be featuring fill robertson i think starting in november right phil now this is bound benito mrs novemver oh my gosh i missed a few days here somewhere along the way prefer kicked off a few days ago here's what they shocker of shocks your listeners i've never actually turned the oab computer oh my gosh owned a cell phone higher 71 years on the earth but my son sad because up then when you are things people listen to talk more work figure out what you wanna do but let me look at it and they came up with this crtv thing they said dad you need to go all their time and try to encourage america and try to get them to turn back to god i love each other i said i when i ended up i've never actually looked at a at a at the cell phone or the other computer ever and you wonder why life is so peaceful down here on the riverbank someone said well how do you operate without a cell phone and computer my answer is very peacefully schumer much more productively than the rest of us but still i gotta ask you a question because you started all of this this entire dynasty of yours you you you started this because you wanted to make the best doc uh uh getting really superb and out to make the best that call you may conduct call how do you get.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Most what's the wrecked most winds after starting oh too di or most consecutive wins rather uh a guy that makes sense feels like a not noted with interest feels like one of those made up lebrun stats like firstly these numbers on thursday yet antius thursday after the the vernal equinoxes uh i had a look now to be sure miles turned guy concussion on october eighteen he missed he south seven games came back november 3rd forget certain in a failure sunday your plan thursday night buddy yeah i mean silva duke guy that man the had his nose in star northwestern in the description for the joe henderson interview i'm definitely gonna write duped guy harvard um they have boston celtics it has beaten the bag out teams even when leg when we did you watch okc game in the night yes so like that first half was abysmal it was exactly like the first half on gordon hayward died against the cavs and like we just couldn't muster like a semblance of offense in the slightest so i assume they were gonna pick it up for the second half i think there were a blow oakland was like that was domination lehohla i'm say oh yeah like he was one of those like i i had it on my during that third quarter because the okc was so far ahead and i looked up and is like wait a minute is a 276 held of the epa and then i started to not check begging.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In santa rosa and has family and friends there it's been inspiring to see how much the community is coming together up there and shout out and gratitude to all the first responders volunteers and speaking specifically of the arts since we do that here on the do liz i know that my aunt whose painter who lives in sabbah's to pull she was telling me how she sent an email out all of her artists friends in is trying to organize them and potentially do a show to help raise funds for fire victims i just feel like we'll be seeing lots more in that spirit in the days and weeks to come mm yeah and we'll share those events when we hear about them now for some other shows starting with the portuguese thing and might ease the queen of five them as long as you he condemns nine long the known live averted name that was mudi's says she's mixed race corner mozambicans parents be settled in portugal in her dad ran a restaurant and bar and she just learned the fatah music which is very popular in the restaurants and bars there as actually just in lisbon and so i can hear it coming out of all the venues just walking around the the neighborhoods and see the apparently is just one of the quintessential singers of fog is so definitely someone to check out yet marie supplies the being concert hall at stamford october 25th that's wednesday and then she said sf jazz thursday october twenty six through october twenty nine that's in the joe henderson rome it's such an intimate space grateful this music jill solloway created the show transparent on amazon avi sultani directs the aclu of northern california gooch riley is a filmmaker in the lead singer for the coup little buck is a dancer and what they all have in common is their speaking at performing of the year when.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Started playing in bands particularly with joe henderson i felt like as the no junior cat in the band i should always bring a little bit of coq for joe have just as a you know congress and nice gestures the new guy on this team uh but i don't think chet baker really thought too much about his behavior and how it affected n one uh the only person ever said anything to me oddly enough was june gerry back in cincinnati and he took me shahed one night in he says look whatever you want to do after the gig get high get drunk do what you want but don't bring it on the bandstand because uh you're going to end up like me he said i could have rongji new york i might have made something of myself but i've got a drinking problem and i think you should really separate your drug use from what you do on the bans down when that was helpful to hear that from him the i've never ever had a drink in gotten onstage did you ever use heroin a note that was one and only how did you stay away from it when so many people once they start can't stop uh i knew that i had an addictive personality uh my father's had problems with alcohol years and drink uh certainly i've been compulsive with sex with food uh all my life uh and i just thought uh if i go down this route on all i don't know if i'll ever uh find my way out because it was so great i just thought this is almost two great this is fresh air and if you're just joining us make as his pianist and composer fred hersch his new memoir is called good things happen slowly it's about his life as a jazz musician and as bad his life as a gay man make king his way through the jazz world early on his career that was a time when people weren't out in the jazz world i mean let alone in large world but certainly not in a jazz world and also in the 1980s he had hiv so he's been living with hiv for more than thirty years and um back in what euros afraid.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"How did that lsu look at the latest today seem to you to be like a viable container annually sell the score but you know i don't i don't know that actually don't know that maybe we'll watch the game from start to finish though no i mean that's that could have included names i would i would say that out loud we know um very looked like a blunt instrument they looked like they always looked um they ran the ball fifty seven times they i'm gonna handed off various guys thirteen times the first quarter um so they don't look all that different from how they've always look there's you know there's a lot of talk about new bath in a new balance to the offense was the offensive coordinator of birth um they just looked beaten when particularly you know wide open i mean they do take a few shots beat um but they still look basically like lsu tigers lease new are do less miles i'm wishes good i mean that's a good program but if you're that means you're comparing of elect bamba or ohio state for somebody like that use you still didn't see enough office of with things affairs quite niclas right now we're talking with joe henderson he's pbncom college football writer on the cell pencil performance line you're listening to the morning roast he's radio clinton hates many times arjo look i mean the not elephant in the room but the obvious thing here is hurricane harvey houston is your town and you know you can stay on sport you can move away from sports i just wanna know your thoughts on how everything has developed over the past week in terms of folks you know in terms of your place in what you've seen in terms of your town just talked me a little bit about how the fallout from harvey has been from your perspective.

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"joe henderson" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"joe henderson" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Joe henderson joe walsh monday thank you so much for listening did you will lacks this weekend gosh i hope he did i did i hope you did eight five five six four to fifty six hundred that's our number eight five five six four to fifty six 100 hey follow me on twitter walsh freedom lake me on facebook go to facebookcom joe walsh i have yet to see the movie dunkirk i want to see the movie dunkirk and hopefully you have it sounds like it is a masterful production a detailing and dramatizing uh one of the greatest rescue missions in world war two but what i find fascinating is the reaction of the left to this movie i told you last week there there were people on the left who objected to the fact that in dunkirk the movie dunkirk a a up based on a real life event history you know history but people on the left last week were complaining that there weren't enough women and minorities in the fell it was based on a real life of vet.

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