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"joe jones" Discussed on WTOP
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"joe jones" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And then this is really connected to the love of my life to this day the love of my life You talk too much No it was by Jo Jones Joe Jones yeah you talk too much Yeah you worry me to death You talk too much You have been worrying my pit My pets Too much Yeah right Exactly And then by the way he was the first person to California son the later that the Riviera's redid but he did the first California song And then lonely teardrops Okay Jackie Okay Sure I used to have a really good singing voice and I could do I would never dare do it now but I could really imitate him People were amazed It was so close But one other one if he wouldn't mind this isn't probably your cup of tea but our winter love Is it by Bill Purcell Our winner love yeah he was in a ranger In fact I happen to like that record a lot And the first time I ran into him was it Columbia B when I was working for epic and he was there doing an arrangement I said oh it's mister R winner love Yeah That song never gets old That's also from the period of time where most top 40 stations met network news at the top of the hour So they had to back time and instrumental to hit it right And so all of those songs we always claim that the titles were all the same This will take us up to news And are we making into the top ten Top ten It's certainly charted I'd have to look Let me look Let me pull a chart and we'll see It captivating Yeah well I don't know that it was certainly charted That's for sure but let's see Bill per cell with a U and it's an instrumental So there's no words to it but it's just so captivating It's unbelievable Well that's why this will take us up to news The instrumentals work that way So let's see Yes here he is Our winner love yeah number 9 1963 number 9 Excellent Excellent If you could play those I really appreciate it and you take care of yourself All right happy to do it Thanks All right bye bye So yeah Bill Purcell like I said he did a lot of arranging And he was also a session pianist on a lot of stuff too A lot of the adult contemporary hits but yeah I wonder what was a great record But one of those instrumentals that you heard nonstop And well what the heck I'll find it and play it We'll get to Rick and Northern California as well And oh he's going to talk about Joel whitburn and I want to do that because I'm so sorry that you'll woodburn has died And I think he was born in 1939 he'd be 82 He'd be turning 83 later this year He wound up with a sweetheart deal at billboard like nobody else well maybe not like nobody else billboard was famous for giving away their assets but be that as it may I still have the stuff that he put out over 50 years ago the little wit burn guides and later of course not only billboard but cash box and R and R so we'll talk about him for sure And I don't know the cause of death yet but rest in peace Joel whitburn so looking forward to talking with Rick about that 888-876-5593 88 88 rally on WGN radio.
"joe jones" Discussed on Fresh Air
"For over 30 years on our show, we have played recordings by pianist and composer Jessica Williams. We were sorry to learn that she passed away last month on March 10th, a week before her 74th birthday after a period of declining health. She leaves behind dozens of great solo and trio recordings. For several years, Jessica Williams was the house pianist at the Keystone corner jazz club in San Francisco, where she played with jazz giants like saxophonist Dexter Gordon, Stan getz, and Charlie rouse, and drummers Philly Joe Jones, and Tony Williams, both of whom she became close to. McCoy tyner and Dave Brubeck were among the jazz pianists who singled her out for her spectacular playing. In 1994, she received a Guggenheim fellowship for composition. After years of trying, we finally were able to bring her to Philadelphia in 1997 to play on fresh air. In a few minutes, we'll hear that performance, and the interview she did with Terry. But first, a brief appreciation from our executive producer, Danny Miller. Jessica Williams has been called the greatest jazz pianist you've never heard of. But there is a good chance you've heard of playing on fresh air because we often end the show with her music. Now I should say at the top that I'm not a jazz critic, but I've been a devoted and grateful fan of hers for decades. What we'll be hearing in a few minutes features Jessica at the piano by herself. She was a magnificent solo pianist, but I thought it would also be nice to hear a little bit of her trio playing, and along the way, highlight a few musical moments that illustrate how much fun it was to hear her play. And what was so distinctive about her touch at the keyboard. Her touch was crisp and precise. Full of humor and joy at a romping tempo, were expressing really deep emotion in a ballad. But hearing just a few notes, you can always tell it's Jessica..
The Thinking Atheist
"joe jones" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"I'm just now calling out Joe Biden. I'm just now preaching against the LGBTQ community. I'm just now calling out abortion. I'm just now talking about election fro. I'm just now talking about antifa and Black Lives Matter. I'm just now calling out this wicked nonsense. I'm interested in the othering that dehumanization. Joe Jones pastor of shield of faith baptist church in Boise, Idaho. He's been on the radar of organizations like the anti defamation league and others. He condones the mistreatment of all non heterosexuals. Here's a clip. I've read genesis 19. You've read genesis 19. We've read judges 19. It is not very kind. It is not very sensitive. And it's not very compassionate. To those people. Now it is to us. I think if God would have rained down fire and brimstone on all these squares, that is kind. That is compassionate. That is a blessing to us. Because those people are monsters. This is what I think people don't really understand, which is there are dozens at least of these new independent fundamentalist baptist churches. The way they preach is very fire and brimstone and the kind of thing you thought went out of style a long time ago, but the thing is, they are all about the Old Testament. They do not preach extensively about Jesus the way a lot of, you know, evangelical preachers might. They talk very much about the rules and laws of the Old Testament as if they were not wiped clean by Jesus. And so the scary thing is, guys like Joe Jones, guys like Jonathan Shelley, they really just spend so much of their time focusing on these laws. I think a lot of Christians would argue, well, they don't count anymore or whatever. They can rationalize them away. These guys focus on those laws. They preach sermons about those laws. They do not hold back in talking about it. And it's amazing how fast and how fast these churches have blossomed, how many of them there are. If you did a panoramic view of their audience, they don't necessarily have big churches, but the thing these pastors know better than most is that they're not playing to the crowd in the room. They're playing to the crowd online where they can be radicalized like that. Pastor Jonathan Shelley, steadfast Bible church, Hearst, Texas, terrifying clip. Let me play it for you. He's preaching this and in the front 5 rows sitting on the floor, young, children. This is the exactly what God wants in the New Testament. Did you realize that? Yeah. Because you know what? Fornicators aren't welcome in the church. So if there's a whore, she's supposed to be thrown out and tells your pants and gets back in. And.
"joe jones" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The best The absolute best Anyway back to back to moist lever here And so I believe we were in Pittsburgh and we found about hanky panky and here comes Tommy James and for some reason they don't threaten to kill him What they say instead was very interesting Wow your record's really a hit here We're so glad you showed up We have a tour set up for you Of course you know they were going to have somebody who wasn't Tommy James B Tommy James And he said well there aren't any Sean bells they went back to school and then got jobs And they said well you got to find a band And so we found a band by the Pittsburgh airport And they're putting them out on tour And then what they did is they said well you need a record label Well now I've told you the whole scam Who do you think they're calling So of course they call moistly It says here's your act and he said yeah boy And that's how they wound up on roulette That's the story there How many acts did a ruler record have I know they had a live and kick in Roulette had tons and remember you're going back to Frankie Lyman and the teenagers in before You're talking I mean the roulette 45 discography is huge You know I'm trying to I can probably give you everybody If I think about it but let me you know I mean heart beats funny for a while The playmates remember they had that album at play with the playmates actually put out an album but oh gosh Jimmy Bowen and the rhythm markets you know I'm sticking with you buddy Knox party doll that was the one where Joe kolsky was going to shoot himself if it wasn't a hit But even Hugo and Luigi who of course later went out on their own H and L records in our CNO They were on that label and Pearl Bailey had some stuff on that label And who else in the early days like I said the playmates And of course Frankie Lyman like I say Oh there were a ton of people on that label And so it wasn't the kind of thing that there were three or four people on roulette There were a lot the duponts who of course later became of course the only thing in the imperials but Joe Jones who else like I say I'm trying to think More will come to me if I just give it a moment but we're thinking of a lot a lot a lot of the Clifton some of their stuff were not all Some of the firefly stuff was on roulette Of course Count Basie And you know that was a thing I've mentioned before The second annual discharge you convention the idea was to uplift the image of the disc jockey And the first one went very well in Kansas City in 1958 The second one there was a little problem But in any event it was Morris levy who provided the entertainment and Count Basie recorded an album there And it was just great And so did Peggy Lee as far as far as that goes And yes what more sleep we really did was have every hooker on the east coast available to anybody attending the convention And that's a long story But yeah they were all wearing green dresses This was the Yeah that was the problem Little problem They should have been formed everybody about that But we're talking What Should I remember hanky panky being on a local radio WR KO being on post records with all the other songs Those compilation albums were legit In other words the rights were paid for on those whether it was lost night or post I say those were legitimate albums that those rights were paid for And those were compilation album they did for radio stations across the country and later it was posted and had been lost night before that There were a number of people who put those things together But in any event you know it was not that there were just a few people on roulette There were a lot And again remember that he wound up Morris wound up owning a lot of labels particularly because at George goldener you know so it didn't all appear on the roulette handle but trade Martin was another guy having called back all God I hope he doesn't die All right the Blue Jays Ronnie Hawkins did some stuff on roulette more will come to me as I sit here trying in my mind thinking about who I got teddy van but that was terrible But yeah Joe Jones is big hit You talk too much That was a roulette And Lu Monty Dominic the donkey that was roulette You know I mean you know and a lot of stuff like Maynard Ferguson of course and all those you'd expect by the some of the turban stuff was roulette What else I used to file by label So I should know this I don't anymore I filed my artist name But I know to a real collector that would be a terrible terrible thing Don Cornell had some stuff on roulette Milton the lug Don cherry later That wasn't during his big hits Like even Enzo's duarte oh my God And running on the list went but there were many many many Joey D in the starlighters the peppermint twist That was roulette Trying to try to think in my mind who would have been right around that same time as there were even some Sam and Dave records not hits but around the same time the rhythms what else somebody else would come to mind And the Earl Palmer who you know that gives you Ann Cole have fun what a good record that was That was roulette as well But yeah some of those early Sam and Dave's probably four or 5 records on roulette before they wound up on stacks and had hits So and I'm probably only at around 1962 with this So you're talking about a lot of people were on this label Well yeah So what else do you want to know about The takeaway I get from Tommy James book was that he said he had to go to the wake to make sure that he was dead Yeah well there are many people who by the way even people who went to the white there were many people who really believed and I had friends who were serious as a heart attack who told me no Raleigh.
Boomer & Gio
"joe jones" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Now. Wherever you get your podcasts help. Da keep our community safe and healthy by participating in national prescription drug. Take back day saturday. October twenty third. Take action right in your own home by cleaning out your family medicine cabinet of unused and expired prescription drugs. Keep them safe. Clean them out. Take them back to find a collection site near you visit. Da take back dot com. Do your part to lower overdose deaths and prevent prescription drug misuse before it starts. That's da take back dot com. It's the morning show with boomer. Esiason gregg giannotti boomer and geo jerry share. You got a good football team over there. Jerry recco i to say they can score some points very very good defensively. They're just so much better than they were last year. Trayvon digs actually catches the ball. Oh my goodness corners. in football. He saw him on hard knocks. Great personality sons also competitor. That's a dangerous team man. That's a. I know the cowboys. The they tend to get overrated. Because there's so many cowboy fans out there on. This team is not overrated. They're loaded this team so far. As the buccaneers the rams and the packers over in the nfc you know and even the cardinals. I for some reason. I can't even though they're undefeated. I just can't buy home just yet. I don't know like the carolina panthers at year. That went fifteen in one. I never bought into them that year. And even when they won the super bowl loss. I was like i can't. They're not that good. They're not that good. And then cam kept getting better and better and better. And he was the mvp and they won the nfc. Sam darnold through a couple of bad picks so the point being that you literally i mean and by the way so whatever you want about the bears offense man. Their defense was just absolutely smothering. Vegas raters yesterday. Yup not a good week for the raiders on and off the field. Not not a good week jerry. The update what's happening. Jerry are we are powered by super book now open with better odds and favourable prices and we will start with the cowboys and giants the late game. Yesterday is dallas Got out to attend nothing lead. It was ten ten then took back. Control shotgun formation inside the numbers right wilson in both should bellies back to the lab. The rest got back to throw the pocket. That is bob papa on the fan that made it seventeen ten dallas. They would wind up winning. Forty four to twenty dak prescott threw for three hundred yards. Three touchdowns was picked off on the batted ball early. Zeke elliott one hundred ten yards on the ground. At touchdown four yard touchdown catches well and of course along the way the other play. We discuss it to tony. Little spin around spins out of another tackle finally stood up at the dallas. Thirty two yard line certains gain a thirteen more an pushing shoving as tony took exception. Sorry you kerekou that. Tony threw a punch extinct. Now where it's coming from because it got slammed to the ground and but Still not good. Yeah i was bummed out when i saw this. Obviously because he was having such a great day and we've had a lot of fun with young joke and he looked great during this game. Man i mean the way can stop on a dime. He catches everything electric. Yeah he's he's one of those guys that pops on the field. He's got great hands. He's quick everything about him. It was great and then something stupid like that and it was just it was retaliation obviously and joe. Judge got into him when he was coming up on me. Tell you something. This started from the first day that he got here. There's there's something off about him and you know can't this can't happen. Can't act like this football field and this is you know it started with the one shoe in the first practice and then he missed the ot as and then the cove it and then he couldn't figure out the offense and you understand why is the first round draft choice but you also probably had some issues about his hotheadedness if you will because that was ridiculous yes everyting got into it okay. Everything room deal with it and get up and get back into on. Let's go. I mean they gotta find a way to harness that and keep him on the field. Though because he he's he's a could be star. There is a real fine line between what he did. yesterday. I mean he's a rookie. He's trying to find his way and he's on the field thrown a punch an opposing player. I can't defend it. I mean i but he also was really really good team. Somebody like that. It's like you do crap like this. I know joe jones was talking about after the game. He says not. We're not going to stand for this. Crap here was judged. there's a there's a pretty distinct line okay in terms of competing and doing things that we're not going to condone as a team that put us behind a not can be accepted like making on all right so what. What exactly does that mean. Don't know and how do they hold. they ask. they did ask him. Does that mean so. Judge said we'll wait and see they said. Do you think the league will take issue or do anything. So we'll wait and see. He was asked if he will have discipline would he suspend him and he goes review. The tape wouldn't really say anything about it didn't say he wouldn't didn't say what sommelier because joe judge doesn't say anything really definitive not say. The injury sucked though you know about daniel jones. That can concussion kenny. Golladay the knee saquon barkley. The ankle here was judge. Don't want anybody to get hurt. You know once teammates get hurt. You know what the team get hurt either. Say it all the time. But that's just the truth and there were a lot of getting hurt yesterday for sure and it was. It was a mess it really was and the daniel jones thing was by far the worst. I you know. He's in a situation there. It's just it's amazing to me. All the helmet-to-helmet stuff that is out there in the nfl and they're still hits that you're never going to be able to legislate and daniel. Jones put himself in a situation yesterday. Where he could have gotten lit up he did. And he's stumbling off the field. And i would be shocked if you saw him next week. I mean it's just i. I don't know because you try to protect the quarterback you try to protect all the player's head. And then he's in a situation where he's he's getting you know his bell rung to the point where he's out with a major concussion. He can't even keep his balance. Yep now you guys barkley out to different ankle. Always out isn't he. Always out is the wake me. Plays four games in a row. How how's he going to be back and away because he's a quick healer. I mean i. I don't think he's nasty handed. It blew up like a balloon to the left side of it Here were a couple of other things here. Was this kenny gala. Golladay would advice. He left the game the knee injury as well advice to the young tony. Just learn from score wasn't looking right but at the at the same time you know what i told him. You know you did everything you could possibly do as far as just being receiver going out there making plays doing. What's best for the team But plays like that. That can hurt the team me up. No doubt he was more joe. Judge your coach better talk now. I told you on job. Don't punch the opponents. just scream at the offensive. Core doesn't seem so bad after you see him punching a guy yeah he can play football. Yes he can't hear was judge taking a page out of mike tomlin's book la- tape for making the kind of broad stroke statements. No broad strokes not from joe judge serious belichick obviously have to play better coach better execute better so that's across the board now. He just needs to get results like these two and then the final one is from mike glennon who did come in. After daniel jones left the game with a concussion and his mindset going in that moment and serve for your tv for your friend but it was like we need the sunshine so Got to focus on the game and Yeah it's just a kind of life they did get a couple of weeks of mike. Glennon will pretty much. I would.
The Art Newspaper Weekly
"joe jones" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Who was a boyd. An art critic they made sham studied. I mean just. We started a very meaningful relationship with shop. I mean he's been thinking very very much very deeply about the sham for many many years. I think he's still thinking about the shop. Yeah exactly and scott there was. Of course it's really important moment at the start adjustments career. Which is that. He he shows in the whitney annual the bayou then but the annual in nineteen fifty nine and he wasn't actually surrounded by for instance robert rauschenberg at that time and and his peers he was he was he was fairly alone. In that sense any company that was pretty intimidating. All say you know. I mean it's so interesting. Jasbir is one of the only people alive who i know including the granddaughter of our founder and the artists alex katz. Who remembers visiting all four. Whitney museum's he first came to the whitney on eighth street in the forties as a teenager where he remember seeing pollack he showed in our second location which was in the fifties during the fifties in the fifties. I mean the block The streets next to moma. And then of course in the seventies he had a great early surveyor retrospective at our former home. The boyer building with an amazing cadillac by michael crichton. So it's been a long journey. He's shown in three of those four places and we have now more than two hundred works in our collection. Although the i was not acquired until the early sixties puts a little behind a place like moma and you know as you were mentioning. When he was showing at the fifties. I would say the whitney was maybe not quite as adventurous. Curatorial became known to be in the sixties because it was a little bit more looking at a different kind of abstract painting figuration and he was neither of those things. That's really interesting. When it comes to jones's early where he he's that famous phrase about the stuff that he was using in his paintings. which was things. The mind already knows to a certain extent. Aren't he's paintings for an art audience or anyone. With level of familiarity with american essentially things the mind already knows and therefore does it become difficult therefore to curate and to find new avenues into that word to tell stories about them to a certain degree. Well isn't it the interesting Banned the minor really knows the minor really knows everything right. I mean because the mind is basically the vehicle through which we know. So i mean we assume that the joe jones by saying well things in minority no. He means symbols..
Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast
"joe jones" Discussed on Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast
"A song just not really really a rehearse allowance. And i don't know if you I don't know if you really are into collecting unofficial stuff. Yes but I've i've actually heard the the paris show and if you hear the version on there you can you really get a feel that yes. This is something that they just recently just started doing now. Which explains why. Princeton took that basic recording. Because it's not to your point. It's not just lifted directly from that show and placed on an album. Prince did a lot of overdose on the song absolutely. Yep yeah. i'm sure if you if you compare the two. Yep if you compare the two the the original paris live recording versus what ended up on sign of the times. You can really. I mean i'm imagining. You can really pick up the differences. The changes that things he added absolutely and to your point right there. That's something that. I actually did yesterday in preparation for his video Play both nice most versions Could i haven't heard Head listening today. Show along a Completion so i said wow okay. I'm still good but is it is a difference there. There are some some similarities. But like you said where he went back over doves and quit i think. Joe jones and susannah melvoin vocals assery. Yeah from what i've read I believe they're credited in delight or not susannah ngo on yet there. Yeah i wasn't sure if they are on stage with them that night or if they were added it over dubs well. I'm back saying that the video shown to i. Don't i don't remember seeing jill or susannah on his show but it's you for some reason i don't think it's somebody please correct me if you're listening to episode correct income wrong but i just for whatever reason didn't think jill was participating in the parade here. I don't know where i thought that i might be. I mean i definitely more words. If i'm wrong but for some reason i never. I didn't think that she traveled with prince. Indio was on the tour within like he. She was on the nineteen ninety nine tour yet. I could be wrong. But i i would have to agree with you. I've never seen a read anything about her being around me neither okay the other thing i wanted to ask you because the song starts with. Oh now that is of course a reference to the. I guess it's called the march the winky song from the wizard of isan there. The the henchman of the wicked witch of the west in so people recognize that and that's been used and other songs at. I think there was an. Ll cool j. song that he did that to.
"joe jones" Discussed on Fresh Air
"With mouthful of marble thin. Charlie parker was playing scales from the saxophone. Book just only scales. Max roots drop bombs. I don't know what is interesting. But powell had no left hand and It was it was criticized but but some of it was valid. I thought you know we. We had a long way to go drummer. Max roach speaking with terry. Gross in nineteen eighty. Seven we'll hear more after a break. This is fresh air. We're featuring interviews with performers who were at the nineteen sixty nine harlem cultural festival depicted in the quest love documentary summer of soul. Let's get back to terry's interview with drummer. Max roach was this the life you had planned on when you wanted to become a jazz musician because you started playing at a time when the big bands roy still around and being a jazz musician meant going on tour with earl hines or cab. Calloway duke ellington one of the big bands. But you actually came of age. You grew right after that you came of age time when it was small groups as you were saying before and the the life just became very different. It did well. I hadn't planned on really becoming Taking jazz music that seriously at the time but the war and all the things that did happen. And then while i was in my senior year at boys high. I'd said i had been. I met this gentleman clock monroe and working his after our club will sunny grid dukes. Great drummer was ill. And the most of the great germans were in the army. Like joe jones in the cabinet et cetera. I could read music so You know Clark kushner in those after spicy played as i said before for Dancy directly cafeteria. And you did all kinds of things and if when you got sick do kelly can call misdemeanor well for a. Did he know a drummer who could play. A show was at the new york paramount. He's got a kid who works club that plays a show and i went down to the paramount long story. She got on the stage and looked at mr grizz music stand. There was no music extent. And no music and i had couldn't play by ear at that time you know is about seventeen so everything was by semester. Ellington see before the curtain came up. He looked at me and so the fright of fear in my face and said keep one island me in one eye on the acts on the stage and i made it through but then i made up my mind. I wanted to be in this area. The music do hauling theater and the drama and the pageantry was surrounded him when he presented his show. And that's when. I really decided that that was what i wanted to do. In the nineteen sixties in the early nineteen sixties. You started to play music inspired by the civil rights movement. Had you become an activist. Then i guess we always have been you know something that you as i people ask me that quite often but i go back to bessie smith at black mountain blues and and into galveston with his black brown and beige and It's always been there. Had ledbetter always spoke about the issues and the times that existed and many of the old black folk singers from the south to street musicians dealt with it and so to me. it wasn't it was just. I had an opportunity to say something. And i use the in fact. The sweet was commissioned by the youth movement of the pm. We premediated here in philadelphia at one of their convention-style was put in nineteen. Sixty was it was it was. We originally commissioned to do something for the centennial of emancipation proclamation. And so that's how it came about. Was it at all risky for you to do politically inspired music were were you going to. Did you run into any trouble in getting A recording days afterwards or club dates because of your involvement in the civil rights movement. And you know. I don't i don't know how i don't think so. I'll tell you what did happen. It was very positive. It sneaked into south africa around it. Was it went into south africa and snake in it was taking out as a jazz musicians album until people read the line in notes. Put out by net hint off and the pieces were a comment because oscar brown of course was the lyricist sounded on the work. It was a comment on things that happened in sharpsville the mask and things like that so when you thousands in south africa Realized that this was not just as simply a jasmine album. They banded and hit the upi and ap and became a celebrity reckitt. And it's so anything else. In thing i had ever made at that time so something came out of it. Because of that and the musicians from south africa like hugh masekela and donald brandy. Were listening and buying it and taping in things like that but it was somme how things turn around see so the freedom. That wasn't but i. I've always been in activists have got that time. Of course. my children were young. But you're always thinking about you know their future as well and has to be. They're going to come up and be Responsible human beings they have to have education and things like everyone else has and the society has to comedy that so. I guess i've always been an activist because i want wanna thank you very much for joining us today in talking with us. Thank you for being here. Pleasure drummer max roach in one thousand nine hundred seven speaking with terry gross we conclude our series of interviews with performers featured in the documentary support for. Npr comes from this station and from flavio working to help brands deliver personalized email and sms campaigns that drive revenue and create genuine customer relationships at k. l. a. v. i. y. o. dot com slash. Npr and from fx presenting impeachment. American crime story. Ah limited series about the events that led to the first impeachment of a us president in over a century impeachment. American crime story premiered september seven at ten pm on affects. This is fresh air. We're featuring interviews with performers. Who were at the one thousand nine hundred sixty nine harlem cultural festival depicted in the quest love documentary summer of soul. Let's get back to terry's interview with drummer. Max roach was this the life you had planned on when you wanted to become a jazz musician. 'cause you started playing at a time when the big bands were still around and being a jazz musician meant going on tour with earl hines cab calloway. Duke ellington one of the big bands. But you actually came of age. You grew right after that. You came of age in a time when i was small groups as you were saying before and the life just became very different. It did well. I hadn't planned on really becoming Taking jazz music that seriously at the time but the war and all the things that did happen and then while i was in my senior boys high i said i had been i met this gentleman clog monroe and working. His after our club will sunny grid dukes. Great jemma was ill. And the most of the great drummers were in the army like joe jones in the cabinet et cetera. i could read music so You know 'cause in those after our spy she played as i said before for shake dancing cafeteria and you did all kinds of things and When suddenly got sick. Do pelican call misdemeanor. Well four diddy. No a drummer. Who could play a show. Doug was a paramount. He said i got a kid who works club. That plays a show and i went down to the neo paramount. Make a long story. She got on the stage and looked at mr grids music stand. There was no music stand. And no music and i had couldn't play by ear. That time you know is about seventeen so everything was by a semester. Allenton see before the curtain came up. He looked at me and so the fright of fear in my face and said keep one island me one eye on the acts on the stage and.
The Rush Limbaugh Show
"joe jones" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"When i was serving. I remember the john. Mccain barack obama election was the first election ever paid attention to and only care. Because that was when. I learned about john mccain's prisoner-of-war experience and i was just incredibly impacted by that. Like here's the main running for president. Who's in my world. Done the toughest thing to do. Other than the battlefield. But it wasn't the politics of it. That made me interested. And i think that in today's world you don't get that anymore because we don't have the cell phones and they're intimately connected but if you're serving under commander in chief that doesn't seem to understand which direction he's going from one day to the other or can stand on pets and i call it that because they preached from it he could stand on the pulpit and tell us no way. This is gonna be that bad and then days or weeks later. It's that bad worse. You don't have any faith in them. And at the end of my term he was vice. President barack obama was president. The narrative wasn't specifically against them but it was the day they won't let us kill the enemy. They won't let us use air support so that maybe we don't die today. They are more worried about the optics and the headlines then the battle lines and that was one hundred percent true. They sent us to afghanistan to die to try to claim victory before presidential election. Not to win a war and that's the honest truth to bit and there's no way these eighteen nineteen twenty five year olds. Don't have all of that fresh in their mind. I was lucky enough. That i didn't really have to do it until i reflected on it but they joining the service and now they're serving now in conflict with that fresh in their mind and there's no way they have i mean who has a lot of faith and joe biden now. There's no way. I men and women in uniform. They're joey thanks so much but before we let you go ask just gotta ask you man. You were an e. od tech of all the jobs that one could have. The roles could have in the military diffusing active bombs. Id's seems like it just required to save requires. Nerves of steel is an understatement. How do how you. How'd you do that man. Like how did you actually. And i honestly i'm in awe of people in the service who could do that job appreciate it. And that's how. I felt about the other men and women doing the job. And that's why i wanted to see if i could if i could raise myself to their level of of just human being at the end of the day for me i felt like i was gonna keep going to war and being around these bombs. I might as well understand. Learn about them and be one that they just to make them say. It's real quick. The added uses. It's kinda like walking through the woods with a snake. Learn to kill both of you if it bites you but the snake came has a better chance of not getting bit and i felt like being in the tech. I could do that. I could stop other people from getting bit. Johnny really appreciate Johnny joe jones here with us folks go check him out on fox news great analysis from him on this critical issue and a man. We appreciate your service and appreciate you joining us here on the show..
Pat Gray Unleashed
"joe jones" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"That democracy thing is really picking up. Steam isn't it. I mean ten fifteen twenty fifty times in a in a fifteen minute speech. He's thrown out our democracy bullcrap not to mention the rest of the insanity that this is the worst thing since the civil war the voting rights act really well and nine eleven. Both and nine eleven. Yeah they're both yeah. This is like america's nine eleven and civil war combine. Is this bill. It is don't don't forget world wars one and two and thrown in there as well. Don't you dare minimize what happened key. Don't you dare sorry right. Mark in pennsylvania you're on the blaze doing day for doing good. It's up there. Yeah can you hear us. Yeah i got. I got the perfect candidate. The most trusted man. Errors name is reverend jim jones. Oh yeah yeah. He was with the cool eight downing guyana member that right. Yeah the vaccine. Okay all right. Thanks mark appreciate it. Co screeners young hitting the drinking our breakfast this morning. Joe jones reference there. Yeah yeah well nine hundred and forty people or whatever it was yeah. They got their believed him. They trusted him and yeah they drink the kool aid as it were jerry in arizona you're the blaze high Second as joe wanted to reach the youth he should contact the marvel comics have ventures out with the black widow saying we got on a vaccination. You should too. Yeah i wouldn't they might do. They might that That's thanks jerry. Percent look a superhero. Told me i should. Yeah how do you. How do you deny a superhero. And his advice or her advice because the xiros deserve credit as well. Who was it that brought out the words. She rose the miami dade Mayor okay or whatever county would win the female version of heroes heroin right right not the drug but the female version of hero hero Yeah no that's not it. Tom in ohio. You're on the blaze. I hey guys love your show. Thank you a. I work in toledo here in Right down from the george. George floyd Wall they fell down. The obama phones You gotta have your your. I d for the the obama phones down there. No deal produce right. Oh man right out in the front assigned. Wow the wall with. George floyd painted on it which was hit by lightning and destroyed. Are they rebuilding that yet. Have they got on that project. We lost him. We lost him. He's not an obama. Phone that thing it all right triple eight nine hundred thirty. Three ninety. Three also at pat unleashed on twitter. Where you'll key of the night tweets anyone coming to my door better. Have a pizza. Those are the rules. I don't make the rules. Yeah just live by. That's like us with universal law. You'll make universal law. We just live by. It fled two thousand tweets if america truly wants democrat leadership in states ensure election integrity. With voter. i d what democrats have to worry about right and yet they are worried. brian ziegler tweets. Who doesn't have. Id illegal immigrants. There's your answer Never will they admit that. Of course oh no from kevin sullivan. The crime is poor. People can't get sudafed because they don't have identification. That's true if i want claritin d. I better show my id or any ain't happening. Yeah so as a result stuffed up hands for all poor people. That's that's that's wrong. That is wrong. that is wrong Care for them. I mean do we have to go back to the george bush as we find out see george said in the all day just about divided year can't seem to type all right. Let me make it very clear and poor. People aren't necessarily killers are not necessarily killers just because you happen to be not ready to kill. You're willing to kill to just because you don't have need doesn't mean you shouldn't be able to get sudafed where people are stuffed up now. Yeah same duffy. Noses can't breathe very well lou sleep. I mean it's it's gonna be it's gonna be tragic triple eight. Nine hundred thirty three ninety-three we also have this Photo op of the cleaning operation going on in britain. Yeah every every government and every business they want to act like. They're doing something worthwhile for your health. Sunday are they're cleaning things up for this. I mean this is intense covert cleaner. You thrill getting on decked out skim titan suit you really after who have to wear up we why taking photos you know if you're just doing full paparazzi. Why are you not even cleaning even cleaning taking pictures you know even cleaning. You're just taking photos into doing is for. The media is for the media. Who are you doing taking fight for dress like. Why are you dressed like talking for the media. What helping she's not doing nothing to make clear in people's heads this pandemic oscar for new taking photos. You know even doing listen. He's taking does not even cleaning while he's there he's got all. The cleaning supplies matters just took it. Does las fat now. He's taking his gear along for the medial. Oh my gone well for the government. The tough moment you. I'm with him that it's all theater. Yeah the guy had the cleaning materials there. You could actually clean for the photo if you wanted to move. I can't take it's amazing But america's frontline doctors have a message for us. Oh yeah right because you know we got the we got the well. how are checked cleared. So we got the sticker. Yeah we we've been safety sealed for what this six months or a year. We have to renew it every wednesday and friday when jeff enters the room but obviously beyond that goes without saying. Here's the frontline doctors. Well safety seal..
"joe jones" Discussed on 600 WREC
"From his parents. His father. Drove thousands upon thousands upon thousands of miles. Trying to find him. They made a movie about this father's desperate search for his son. And now Over 20 years later. He's been found. They are saying it is a Hollywood ending And the story is getting a lot of attention because it is an emotional Reunion. But, you know I thought a Baptist story a lot today. And and it really becomes an allegory for something a lot bigger. And that is Sure, it's a sweet story. My story of reunion. But it's also a story of Loss. You don't get that time back. You don't just get to hug your son and go. I love you, son. And you're my son because you didn't raise your son. You've ever seen the movie Run, Lola run! It's a German film. I highly recommend it. If you're one of those people who's going to tell me as many of you I don't like to read the screen. Michael, I don't like him. Subtitles Trust me on this if you've ever trusted me on anything. This one will be worth it. The concept of the movie is that a young lady's boyfriend has called her He's about to rob a bank. Her father is rich. So she tears off to keep him from robbing the bank. Depending on whether she stops at this stop sign or first asked her father for help, or turns here, returns there dramatically different things happen. Which is a really, really interesting way to explore what happens in real life. If you were supposed to go off to play college football at Alabama But you tear your knee at the end of your senior season and instead you stay at the University of Houston. And your first week there. You meet your girlfriend who becomes your wife and she's from Australia and you all move there. Your life took a totally different turn. Without you even realizing it then where it wouldn't have gone had you not torn your me Then you'd have gone to Alabama. And you might have married Betty Smith. Or moved to Florida to work for Joe Jones. People that you will now never know everything we do. Is something we don't do. So That child is now a grown man. So his father Can love on him. He can be relieved that his son is living and breathing. But in the traditional usual conventional sense. It's not really his son. Sure. He has all the D n a But he doesn't have his father's values. Wherever you come down on the nature versus nurture. Sure you could say they look alike. Maybe. And this is a great study. Scientists would love to take this case. You've got a child now, who's been separated from his father? What are the tendencies that he has that his father has that were purely nature because his father didn't have the chance to teach them to him. But wow! Think of the sense of loss. This individual Missed all the opportunity with his dad as his dad did with him. That's not why I thought about this. I did spend a lot of time thinking about that. So much of a media narrative is designed to give you a certain emotion. Because the headlines went like this in a time of terrible news. A good ending. Hollywood ending Well, who's given us the terrible news, you same jackasses that are now telling us. Oh, here's a happy story for you just to mix it up. Well, why don't you tell us about Fauci wanting to put masks on our six year old Children? Oh, they did. But they had to intersperse something positive. But here's what I really thought about with that story. Okay? It's a good news story. I got that. I feel good. I mean, yeah, it's emotional. It's great. Heck, when my dogs lost And and I find her. I'm happy. I can't imagine with your child that you've spent your whole life dedicated to finding this child. But here's what I really thought about. That father's love for his child was so deep, so abiding, so all encompassing. That nothing else mattered. That's how most Parent Children. Relationships go. You've probably heard me say, because I say it often. The two things I've come to learn about our audience and about Americans in general. Are the two things you don't take away from them or threaten Their guns. And their Children. You've probably noticed. How important I consider critical race theory being taught in the schools as a threat to our Children to be You've probably noticed how we've increased the number of stories related to the left latest attack. Which is on the public school system. You've also probably noticed how many more average everyday normal Americans are making the news for things like Going to a school board meeting. And refusing to be silenced. Running for the school board. Storming the school board meetings and demanding that critical race theory be stopped from being taught. It's that love. What the media loves to tell you is that January, 6th was an insurrection to destroy our republic. January, 6th. Was the manifestation. Of a lot of people who love this country. Who feel that everything they hold dear. Fairness, justice, honesty, equality Is under attack. And from that love They left home and went to the capital. Only people killed. Where an officer who had a stroke. Nobody hit him. They told us he did. Why did they tell us that? And a woman who was there, protesting Veteran who shot and killed in the government won't tell us who did it, but we know Everything about that event stinks. The tactics of the left are becoming clearer and clearer. First they punch us in the face. And then when we react and bow up They claim they're scared of us because we are frightening. The claim. We're terrorists, insurrectionists racist. But we're not. We know we're not Because just as that father's love for his child. Led him to pursue thousands of miles. To find him. So too. We are showing that we will stop at nothing..
"joe jones" Discussed on WBUR
"Mel Torme, a bluesman when Tony Harris, pianist Mary Lou Williams and drummers Gene Krupa and Louis Belson. Osborne later said she encountered little overt sexism on the New York scene, but she made too few records of her own. Batch of singles and a nice 1959 LP dubiously titled A Girl and her guitar with Tommy Flanagan on piano and Joe Jones on drums. Mhm. Mm hmm. Mary Osborne was a regular on New York radio and played on some locally televised jam sessions in the 19 fifties. Some of those jams are on YouTube, including an I Surrender, dear, where she stretches out as Billie Holiday looks on, but in the sixties Osborne felt burnt out like she had already played at all. And she and her husband moved to California. She still did. Gigs near home in Bakersfield are in Los Angeles, and on rare occasions someone would coax her back east to play or record his old friend Marian McPartland did in 1977. Mary Osborne died in.
The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"joe jones" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"So could definitely see that. Happening gardner bailey. Coming in with B lee vs someone. Choi note to read this. He just says hard to give a big push to contest but feel choi gives them the fight. He needs to be really knocking on the door of the top fifteen. Both those boys can crack. Gardner you are not wrong. Friend and jaideep. Here's our newcomer. Jd fell coming in hat with Gone versus yet. Another one again gone verses and god lewis winner thrown right in there joe jones and then he breaks down how the affect the rest of the kind of heavyweights and then that's jones or some yokich and he also had a fight for his at bulk up should get the played constrict winner. Ufc to sixty six. And then his last match up os versus jason hers. So he's saying forget the forget. The appeals mike. Let's settle this like men. Let's settle this like men. I don't agree. I don't know if i agree with that. I'm not industry justice. Jd but i understand the sentiment and i laughed so all right a ton of twitter's here guys. Sorry you know what twitter's you're you guys are coming in so hot all the time. So i'm gonna just skim through a little bit here then. Caps first time contributed. I think i read this name for had switch verses rookie. Glenn rookies fighting it. Lightweight right yes. Yeah hodzic versus ricky glen charles roosevelt south sarah's another newcomer semi casual. Mma left us a really nice message. they've been listening since december mike now have have finally finally found the courage to to contribute and one of them that really stood for me was ends a teuku versus jamal hill again. The the these are guys who maybe wanna fight like was. I said we're circling off. Maybe wanna fight and who now because as you mentioned later on this guy could be super even more dangerous than the man we really have. Ready to push kennedy up into a top fifteen. That's what i wonder. I don't know but like like you said it's like maybe these some of these tough dean guys. Want to fight him now because he's got a hype behind him. You beat him. I think it's kind of you know it matters. He is dangerous but again if you feel like he's not where he's going to be yet now's the time so and casual also says y'all are major region reason why even made this account to begin with best in the business. I assume he's talking. I mean it's possible. He's talking about fighting. In general. But i assume mike he's really just talking about you and me the people show. I think that's fair. Asked nickelsville another another new newbie at nicholasville on twitter says. Call me crazy. But i wanna see gone versus. John jones. Neither getting the next go at the belt as that he was a madman obviously is not because other people have suggested that he says i pride myself on that insanity so nicholasville. Your insanity has been noted the report on twitter the report. It's a big fan of the show. Some fights to share blazer versus sergei spevak. I'm surprised that didn't come valley versus the song. Kenny winner yes. I agree and then moi connell versus the where is this guy raging ally quinta whereas mike i don't know is he selling selling houses. The market is hot. Right now ak probably is making money outside the and is not in the big hurry to get back into getting his head punched another newbie ben davidson uk. Why go wild cats bozovic romanov. He's on that train. Rachmaninov versus james krause jeremiah. wells versus francis kitchen. Although not micon. No verses. Chris iago's ben davidson. Get out of my head. sean at sd coughlan Utah state guys. If you put. I'm not gonna say if you put your university in your profile. I'm gonna shout it out because i love doing it at utah. State go aggies. He wants you lee and hoops marine wrong. One politics I got mixed up. He wants alea and pineda. Oh here's why he says as a sacramento or anyone. That likes 'em training fighter. I feel terrible for andrew. Feely they need to re book that so There's a little a little california bias there and them do they. The people of sean speaks for the people of sacramento. The people need this. No i think if you feel you you just wanna move on and and another gone. Joan suggestion all right now. Let's go to our regulars again these guys do you guys sleep do you guys just think what you see all the time so i won't read all these again. Your suggestions are noted. Won't read all these leeann. Perry coming up with google versus. Except yeah i like it mcconnell menendez so they go there's another vote for that and then valley versus john castenada think valley up pretty far ahead of him. Yeah i mean. I like john burnett giant step back. Yeah relative use the experience. It's not crazy. But i think again. You know you need to have a little if you know more about these fighters values a bit a bit ahead of him all right. Let me let me ask you this one. Because i just thought of it. I wanna get your take on. What about ends chew and i know this guy has a fight booked already. But let's just say like it is twenty twenty one. Anything can happen. If darren clark can't make it also timber chew versus eon coots alaba. I feel like that's per. That's a perfect fight fast. Fast start versus late finisher. Yeah i'm gonna be fine. We could get wrestler khuda. He'd love so unpredictable. I don't know what you're kidding with that guy Yeah i love that. I could see it happening. Yeah we're talking about what what's likely to happen. That's yeah i could. I could say Proc over his don john. I just bring this up. Because john with again was Like chaos was messed up with everyone in his division. That fought in this card. So i may skip over scotland couple of the other junk. Matchups to- curtin jensen from denmark. I want to read out. This guy's message to conifers often. As i type. So he's like me. He's not quite putting them separate from that packet. I got an i mean. It's been okay. In the nicholas be versus impetus. I and i only read this because He's felt he's a fellow dane. He's tokes fellow danes. So i did. I don't like to pass over losers usually but Gosh where's his comments about this anyway. Since he said. I know you guys don't pick don't mention utilize. What does this one's for the danish so good effort from W anyway i you mentioned and feely versus. Oh four veneta. He says he's hard to valley of credit for a win matchmaking. Wise when that felt very dry ish instead fight another crushing competitor china crack the top of dean and his argument and then His argument forgotten Another masterclass from logan. Just he's just something else. It's time for the cruiserweight championship of the world title eliminator for the challenger after derek lewis and john jones so some ways to go but either way he believes the path to for god lives through music. Just a few more to go here. Michael perez genie again. I'm skippy over tons. Matchups there's just so many jeremiah. Wells versus alex oliveira and he has a party note for madero says off tobel. Toby go. This could be the last time we've seen The always entertaining yet. Some materials in the cage hayes at the third He says gone for st bay but things gone has a thirty percent chance of just sitting around getting the next title shot. That's pretty good thirty percent chance another person wants he wants to run back reliever spineta And he had a child's roe versus ludovit klein. What's what klein's clients last fight Did he. He has fought. He did fight right since the The wait miss win against having. I swear he guys are mexican. I know he lost. He has a lot. Mike took them mcdonnell. Fight he lost..
A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"joe jones" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Miles davis with his first great quintet. That consisted of john coltrane on tenor saxophone. Miles davis trumpet. He also play piano or sids ahead on this album alto saxophone. Julian cannonball adderley red garland on piano. Paul chambers double bass and philly. Joe jones on drums and this was from nineteen fifty eight. This is considered martin jazz at this moment. And let me tell you. This is a classic. This album is classic because it has blues material which also incorporates bebop and post bob okay and definitely it also introduce modal jazz as defined in miles davis music. That would come later on. We celebrate right here on a bowl of soul. Miles davis and we're celebrating. April is jazz appreciation month. And as you know. Chaz is an american music art form and i want to incorporate jazz on a bowl of soul because a lot of your arm be music was developed and played by some of your best jazz musicians and just to give you an example motown most of the motown backbone the funk brothers who gave you the funk bone on a lot of motown records these cats were jazz musicians coming up next the great mr john coltrane talking about giant steps and this is a bowl of soul. Oh amidst to of psalm using who took A celebrating the legendary saxophonist..
"joe jones" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That will do later. But coming up in just a few minutes. Yeah, The Wall Street Journal says. If it looks like a bubble, it's and swims like a bubble. Do they know, comparing it to the dot com bubble, and there are a lot of similar everything I pick goes up. These people are idiot. Now you're a genius compared to them show and I will have some analysis of the analysis that might make you feel a little bit. Absolutely. Joe will throw water on their fire. There's sunshine up your hind end or whatever that expression is. I don't know a little perspective. Jack so good friend of mine, law enforcement once said. Proof that you're not smart enough for a criminal career is that you're contemplating a criminal career and it's ah, good piece of wisdom with very, very, very few exceptions. Gwinnett County police that Syria Duluth, Georgia arrested a 19 year old man who worked at the Kroger grocery store after he scammed almost a million dollars from his store. Whoa! Now here's the problem. And this is what makes my friends assertion clearly true. This guy was smart enough to create a scam where he created false returns of items onto his credit card. So we went through the computer and everything and reported that you know, clicked in that. I? What's this guy's name? Uh, where is that? That's when I came from this thing anyway. I Joe Jones got canned ham home and it was it was tainted. It was draining was all smelly. So was announcing it. Get 12 books back. Yeah. Yeah, And he did this over and over again, but then proof that he's just not smart enough to do this. The amount started getting bigger and bigger tool. Eventually he processed the return at the grocery store of $87,000. And he wanted to get caught. He was getting more enjoyment out of the Can I pull this off, then the money, apparently. Well, it's crazy. Just stupid. Go back for one last heist. Yeah, I don't care if you much Nice Mormon mom with 11 kids or something like that. They're all hungry Teenagers. I've that math doesn't really work in terms of just station periods. But your your grocery bill ain't $87,000. I mean, if it is the old man better be making serious Jack Jack. Anyway, So this guy got arrested blah, blah, blah, large sum of money. Oh, he'd used the money to buy clothes, guns, shoes and two vehicles prior to being arrested. He had totaled one of the vehicles. He's a maroon. Then he is a maroon, although again, he's smart enough to figure out how to get started, but not smart enough to carry it through. And another jackass Crime story. This 22 year old T Essa officer told the woman at L. A X Fabulous Los Los Angeles International Airport that he had the look down her shirt for security inspection. Then he said he had the look down her pants as well. Evidently, she complied. And then Oh, that's terrible. Yeah, I know It's terrible. And it gets worse, too. And I don't know who the gal was involved. Some people don't have the skepticism, Gene. Some people are afraid of authority. Maybe some people, very young person. But then, he said, we have to go to a private screening room and in the elevator, he told her to lift her shirt and expose her breasts for a final inspection and complimented her body. This gentleman was your mistake. Well, you know, he's being honest, Jonathan Lomeli age 22. Now an X T s agent was convicted Friday of false imprisonment, which is what O J got convicted of right? That's a big crime. It is, but Unlike O. J, probably because there are no guns involved. He was sentenced to two years of felony probation, 60 days in county jail and 52 classes to address sexual compulsion. He's also banned from security work may have to pay restitution of the woman and his band from wearing a hat that says FBI federal president Spect like through that last part in myself. That's unbelievable. And attorney General Xavier Viscera of California who's He's left atrocities? He's these Castro without the beard. We all have the right to be treated with dignity and respect and all places and no one is entitled to use a position of power to violate those rights. Why can't some men absorb that simple truth? This is 2021 not 1921. Cause of here. He's got a sexual king and he's sick. We haven't mentioned impeachment hardly at all Today. We probably should. Because it is going to happen February 8th fix whatever. I'm getting the Super Bowl mixed up with impeachment. The Super Bowl is on that Sunday and then I was going to be a lot more entertaining than the other January the sixth Jen and two days Sorry that was the storming the Capitol. I'm sorry. I'm useless. I haven't you sleep hell. Shut up, like the fourth? No, no. Its independence to some 25 11. That's my birthday! Damn it! I am so sorry. Glad I have a contractor Impeachment. Sure, I'd be fired Impeachments two weeks away Super bowls two weeks away, and impeachment is gonna happen. Even though I don't honestly believe Democrats wanted to happen. They feel a public pressure. From their crowd to do it, as Marco Rubio said. It's stupid and reported on ABC this week yesterday, Jon Karl said there, he stated, he just stated as a fact there's no chance 17 Republicans are gonna vote to convict. Donald Trump, so it's merely an exercise. They just stated that as a given fact, let's discuss it, not even, you know. There's a chance that Well, I know there are quite a few Republicans who either actually believe or say they actually believe with a very serious look on their face that you can't impeach somebody who's already out of office. I actually disagree with that point of you have been thinking about it. But regardless if there aren't going to be the 17 votes, what's the exercise going to do for anybody? Oh, yes, You could argue they're They're acting on principle. Even though they're gonna lose. Okay. Maybe. Is this a bubble that you're invested in? Stay tuned..
"joe jones" Discussed on Drum History
"I told you but every day i post a cool old drum video that i find of like you know from the twin. I just posted one from nineteen twenty eight up to like you know cool modern ones but someone said to me once like you know what what happens when you run out of drum videos and you run out of drummers and Two years later. I've never had one day where i've had an issue finding drummer. It's like i was gonna say. I don't think that's going to happen ever. And that was a non drummer who said that but like There's so how do you. Maybe this is a a little bit of an author question. But like all right so for young drummers New drummers i should say how do you draw inspiration from a drummer when you're watching it like when you watch philly joe jones or when you're watching john bonham. How're you kind of doing your homework. And pulling things from him. What are you typically. Do typically. I just listened in love. Yeah i i really don't i don't i don't generally try to analyze. At least not not at that moment. you know. Maybe if i listened to a lot in the i'm trying to pull out i know with elvin i really really analyzed the way he played a lot and I have some things that i've worked out that you know are elven nation. I think that get you into that space. But he sounds like two drummers to me and once asked his brother His older brother. Hank who piano player hank jones who wall known in his own right. I saw him at a concert or at a club one night and i said what is it with your brother l. When i said you know i try to figure out some of the things he's playing and it sounds like two people. Sometimes he says well people don't know this. I don't know maybe it was putting me on. But he said a lot of people don't know this but alvin had a twin when he died. The twin died when i was born. There was a twin. Oh man and he says. Don't ask me about it but our brother thad has a theory about your question. And that any left me with that. Sam i want elvin and is twin or playing at the same time. It's not raising. That would yeah. That was crazy because sometimes it's the is sometimes he sounds like two people at once. That's so That's just like it makes you just think so hard. I mean that's so sad that that happened. Obviously that was twin but man. I'm sure he. He didn't internalize that. And for me when you hear a drummer you just sort of like let it like it subliminally. start to be like. Oh that's cool and then later on you're like it out at these little these little moments where you're like that kinda sounded like I hope that sounded like something that like. You know louis belsen de or something like that but yet another friend of mine in a wonderful drummer louis. Belsen for sure. I wanna mention a studio drummer. that I saw play with steely dan on youtube. Ricky lawson recall lawson. I gotta check him out. Ricky lawson is playing with steely dan and that groove he plays is so bad ass and you know how to analyze that. I don't know just feel so good you know and And he's a deep cat he must have played a lotta spiritual stuff..
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Search continues for the missing after horrific Alabama tornadoes
"President Trump has approved a disaster declaration for the state county. Sheriff Joe Jones says as many as eight people are unaccounted for the search efforts are continuing way have been able to nail the searches down from eight Baud spectrum of the area down to specific areas. The tornado cut a path of destruction a mile wide and twenty four miles long. Red Cross spokesperson Ashra human survivors need food shelter in time to take a lot of morning that has to take place as I said a lot of property and home. And of course, light just try to see what the benefits are wonderful community