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"john bonham" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

Dazzle Dudes

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"john bonham" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

"That sounds like data later radio thing put casual fun Colorado Promise you man I'll work on my part art and when I'm done all John Bonham's don't you throw his steps away to man Johnny Wisdom in Westlund Dixie. When Ma uh bass parts finished plate real Rut on road on? y'All I'm currently worn out and I got to the track dealership. Baby Six am forward. Larry saw Acount College that work to tomorrow. Same time everybody else. Good Ah keep on rocking hit. cassie I really really weren't great. Well I mean you know sometimes you gotTa Cokes people a little to get them thinking your way. I mean. I really dug the song when you showed go to me and I thought it was a good direction for us to be moving. I figured it'd be hard to get the rest of the guys on boards is. They're not really into all the cosmic Osmo warriors. Stuff like we are so I figured a little speech from you would probably do it. I mean we nailed it. I mean I've met every Kane I said but having you coached me on how to say it was great. Yeah Co authorship on dazzle Spanish inch man yeah that was more fun than crashing. Buick.

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"john bonham" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

Dazzle Dudes

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"john bonham" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes

"That sounds like data later radio thing put casual fun Colorado Promise you man. I'll work on my part art and when I'm done all John Bonham's don't you throw his steps away to man Johnny Wisdom Westlund Dixie. When Ma uh bass parts finished plate real Rut on road on? y'All I'm currently worn out and I got to the track dealership maybe six am forward. Larry saw Acount College. That work to tomorrow. Same time everybody else. Good Ah keep on rocking hit. Catchy I really really weren't great. Well I mean you know sometimes you gotTa Cokes people a little to get them thinking your way. I mean. I really dug the song when you showed go to me and I thought it was a good direction for us to be moving. I figured it'd be hard to get the rest of the guys on boards is. They're not really into all the cosmic Osmo warriors. Stuff like we are so I figured a little speech from you would probably do it. I mean we nailed it. I mean I've met every Kane I said but having you coached me on how to say it was great. Yeah Co authorship on dazzle Spanish inch man yeah that was more fun than crashing. Buick.

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Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart has died of brain cancer

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart has died of brain cancer

"Burl music legend Neil Peart drummer for the Canadian rock trio rush has passed away according to a statement peered died January seventh from brain cancer more now from ABC entertainment contributor Matt wolf is an equally powerful presence for rush transfixed in audiences for years Neil Peart was considered one of the greatest drummers in rock joining the band along with getting Lee and Alex Lifeson in nineteen seventy four style and precision was often compared to the likes of led Zeppelin's John Bonham he was also the band's lyricist bringing character as in songs like Tom Sawyer to life sixty seven ABC news

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"john bonham" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"john bonham" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Have you're looking for you he's hoping it's not mayor pre owned John Bonham on Twitter doesn't mean he's not going to vote for our rights because I see something nice about com what does mean a lot of both the Bernie or whoever is the nominee you know thank you me to techno you tells you know who I'm going to have a conversation about this later on today resistor all I wanted to that on his podcast Lou I am drop later eight that will drop later on today listen and act okay I'm gonna you're not gonna have a discussion over it is it a situation no no no we're we're gonna have a discussion going to tease there you go okay on your favorite podcast app okay Gregory in South Carolina all in next week we're doing of home the family thanksgiving week podcast that was me he and are you in John John people sing and Dana Goldberg yes who was filthy and hilarious and short it was very much any good thanksgiving dinner should be and get right to the yes a football yeah okay Gregory in South Carolina good morning Sir how are you going to say I was watching the young Turks this weekend on that they had crippled by a mere P. responding to his constituents of color yeah regarding the police shooting of a black man yeah that could be said Hey I'm not asking for your vote and once he said that I do know I can honestly say miss U. P. you won't get my vote and okay also okay Gregory I don't care about that tell me which candidate appeals to you and why burning because he's interested in turn down the the the the way we are right now and rebuilding okay can you can you can you do that instead of tearing down others candidates please know you are you are Gregory no negative about other Democrats build up your own candidate instead of tearing down other Democrats please I'm simply repeating that was on TV and I have the right I listen I I think it is fair point that he is not appealing to the black community joy Reid said much the same thing but I think Chris is just saying we've got to stop these I DO liberal purity tests because a it just wait what what happened okay and I and I told very embarrassing personal story if you miss that I'm not telling it again but I mean it seriously these liberal purity test the goal he said one thing he's out she said that she's out you know career should be over that campaign should be over what you know I mean whether it's a Joe Biden gas or something P. spelled or something you know Elizabeth Warren said that you don't like it don't care I don't care about that tell me why your candidate or the one that appeals to you why the candidate appeals to you don't tell me why my candidate doesn't appeal to you sorry thank you rock structures for Christmas you know insidious interpreter must do it Daniel Goldman.

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"john bonham" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"john bonham" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The most acceptable person in the band and trust me I went out on a date with Robert Plant so I know all about Robert Plant wow but it all the way he's the master of the rift that made that band that band and even out in order to add Robert Plant was you know John Bonham John Bonham you can't have led Zeppelin's without John Bonham you can't have led Declan without Jimmy Page does that sound and then and then Robert Plant these kind of drugs in and wrote about the sound here's what happened some of them sorry about that okay is that right it's our I was cura I shouldn't say but I think it was here and I'm going to need some detail I mean we need to know everything about the date so you're gonna have to call us back and give us every single detail about the date yes we want to know like everything like when we say everything we want to know everything you know I'm saying when was that why was it only one day yeah what would you do where did you go how far did you get yeah like everything we need to know all the juicy details what's next like to point out she said it was right I.

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"john bonham" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:58 min | 11 months ago

"john bonham" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"That for an issue that is this important you know they need to be you know days and days of people coming in at the moment about this. okay this does have a full according to what I see Sir. I know how Congress works they have different hearings on issues at different times just like they've been having hearings on the investigation of president trump mother testified about a month and a half ago before him it was others before was others that would ask you just did yes the yesterday there will be other hearings on policing and other witnesses there be other hearings on HR forty yes all kinds words they don't do consecutive day okay hello because the way to do it the way they sound it was they would you could you withstand a everybody needs to try to get there tomorrow and we can announce the second the and the third day till they determine them first and second it would hurt the second or third date if we are not there tomorrow. okay well army of the house the second and third date I'll be promoting that too like I did a job for you and we were we were not even witnesses and I promoted that okay and and never say it you know the day they're not another day at the more dates this is some disturbed more information that I had previously but what I I will say this that in heaven this this conference that we had up there in DC that was held up there and and Washington and looking at the members in the face and asking them directly for an agenda that they could give us that we who were there who paid to be there who were looking for something other than just tall you know the half of the combat with and to be be given either a political answer or no answer at all is very disappointing and so I'm just wondering whether and I'm hoping and I hate to use the word whole but looks like as well all I have left is the hope that this hearing today to all have tomorrow doesn't turn out to be more to sign well first of all you need to understand what hearing years hearing is not to ask them all for an agenda is to bring our agenda there and does so you will have that tomorrow I'm would justify what exactly we propose from Nash action there were good they ought to do in terms of federal law the victims the gonna have several of the mothers of the victims all going to have what they think should be done based on their experience with the federal government failed them then you have other experts that was chosen by the committee because you must remember in any committee hearing in Congress you have the Democrats and the Republicans they have to agree on the witnesses and both can put in some of them I'm sure were decided by the Republicans I think because the Democrats in the majority they may get like out of eight witnesses choose five and three from the Republicans and everyone's gonna lay out the agenda this is not a conventional conference like the call because this is a hearing and the witnesses. a bad to deal with their policy agenda mine will come out and Nash X. networks convention we we came out with our agenda on of policing and criminal justice. okay and errors there I'm not one of while talking might get in an agenda I knew that it would not let me an agenda at the hearing but when we were at the conference no Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday there was no there was no there was no hand out on that then it would given to us to take away this says that this is what the congressional black caucus recommends it when we go back to our districts and we go and we start looking at candidates these are the things that we that we are they are important to us and one of them being police accountability well again I can't I'm not a member congressional black caucus and I can't say what did and didn't happen I was there Saturday and we had people there every day but I the again this is why we have to show you can express yourself thank you for your call are they good a lot of the caucus members of express their views their of legislative agenda not a civil rights group like ours in express hours and I think that a lot of people should come to these conferences would legislative all with the others all all civil rights groups with what they want to see on an agenda and I think that it is involving thing for example we have our national convention every all. every April and though we have would we believe and then we ask people what they believe that's why you have workshops and gatherings and speakers if you had it locked down before people come then they're not participating did these day hearing something and I think that that we've got to be very careful about that thank you for your call let's go there it landed W. A. okay to a manual the manual you keep it real with Alice out. how you doing Reverend Heilbronn. our guest talking about our candidates in these police officers the Kennedy if there were no offering up top people to choose from are in well I guess the the congressional dog the Democratic National Convention switching the rules like they did when Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders was running and found out there were some back room things done that disqualified him and we're warning transparency and they're not given the tools are as in major Gabbert all been disqualified from the panels and she's one of the best candidates out there are don't know why they're doing it or what their reasoning used she speaking to these different issues that we're facing now like with these regime change wars is money that could be coming back to help our communities to help our schools infrastructures and they seem to just out in this far these police officers are concerned it reminds me of the casual killing act of sixteen forty in Virginia is is if they can't be punished for killing their property because it seems like they're never held accountable a list is just a blatant. out right murder were you shocked the man in the back in its own fail. age it just seems like when they get there they're chastising their property or a black police offices take a different approach. so you say that you are concerned about the rules. yes Sir yes Sir I am very concerned about the way that they're doing it because sorry as far as our very good I'm sorry senator Harris is concerned a lot of people that I talk to my community they're not going to support her because of some things that happened in the past and she won't own up to him and they simply see if she would just apologize own up to it with the move for a look at her is possible candidate apologize for what apologize small withholding evidence all the gentleman that was on in prison and a federal judge had to make her give that evidence of benefit the man free is DNA evidence its force all her long did she understand a prosecutor is to prosecute. some of the day she did with the all male wallows in California walking up a lot of black men and now mayor of California marijuana legal almost in every state in any in this United States. and we've got a still sitting in prison. so you know it if it goes to bed just just phone up to what should be a goal for you know that seems to be the right way to go but it doesn't seem to be the way she wants to go what do we know that that's a position. her position as far as holding that isn't feels that she was wrong or that she feels wrong was responsible for the holding of evidence again I don't I don't know what her position is on that she may have taken the position that wasn't heard it held it or that it was some of the mechanisms in office I don't know I can't answer some that I've not heard dress. understanding and and that's the thing she won't address it our room because it raises the question. he did not agree with it being she said she went on to say from the note then attack Joe Biden still dressed in the world to. hello. I was in the third but thing with a third of the second debate it was the second debate. okay again I I do not know I answer but I thought they gave they've she's not answer did that you raise in the legitimate challenge. yes Sir yes Sir needs please August casual killing I it just seems that that was going on with the police officers because they have no respect for. the people of color in this country and I can see quite citizens John Bonham fight on and they will just flat out refuse to pull their weapons. and stop.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A drummer special iconic his name is basically become synonymous with the art the great John Bonham John Bonham bonds is twelve years in loads up on before his untimely death at age thirty two we played the power and abandoned that has echoed through the decades I'll never forget the first time I heard the ocean ocean and registered the elegant aggression of bonds those drumming especially the way he makes that one random bar of seven feel so inevitable but to honor bottom two nights figured we should do the first song from the first album Led Zeppelin released one I mean okay imagine having never heard Zeppelin not even having the concept that there might be such a thing in this court world and then hearing this yeah for which you were now the we John Bonham has grown in the news is out there a new room local.

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"john bonham" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"john bonham" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And super honored to do multiple shows with great moments in environment. What were some of your favorites that you've done with these guys? Graffiti. Yeah. That, that, that to me is definitely stuff really. Hit home for me. That's, that's a lot of my upbringing. Thinking about it when the when I was waiting for you guys to come on. I actually remember taking communication breakdown to my dad, who's a guitarist and asking him. How does this work like listening to the guitar? So can you teach me this is my favorite goodbye yellow brick road was awesome to just seeing that pulled off was pretty great. Everyone is special in its own way. But definitely really hits. Yeah. I can understand. I can understand that was a big part of my, my growing up as well. Correct me if I'm wrong, Scott, weren't you the guy like sitting in his bedroom working on that stuff way back when? I was listening to it constantly any kind of seep in through us Moses, you know, like so I did sit down and learn a lot. But I think a lot of it was just because it was always on that it just sorta became familiar to my language, you know, and you guys are playing my favorite zeppelin album, which is up to. It's the thing about zeppelin is that it kind of represents everything that they could do as band because it's a very, very varied album. You know what I mean? Blue songs on there. There's some folk songs on there. There's you know, there's heavy stuff on there. And so there's I mean, there's a Trump's with the drums on it. A studio song with a drum solo on it. And, and my friend says about that, though, my friend. I have a friend who who's not crazy about Moby Dick. He he says it's because he's like, why, why would they even do that? So self-indulgence and John Bonham degraded strong wherever so let them go. But my friend, always says this and I and I don't agree with me. I don't agree with this statement at all. But this is what he says it's a waste of a perfectly. Good riff. I've got a good story with Moby Dick, but you'll have to come to the show to here. Okay. All right. Very cool. All right clout radio where no no. Well, there's not a lot about one. Have you ever read hammer of the gods? Oh my God. Going to quote extensively from it. Yeah. Please, please do, but, I mean, there's boy, the stuff that they'd these guys allegedly did hammer of the gods is just one of the one of the best sort of, like shameless rock and roll books of all time. This isn't fair to bring this up during the physical graffiti show. There's a story I tell about one of the managers saying what doesn't get talked about is the time they were on tour, and it was boring. It was nothing going on, you know, like were worried about how their wives would see them and photos and how they look. So worn out things I it wasn't crazy all the time, right? The stories that become legend, you know, are the ones that involve seafood and rooms and stuff like that. So I'm sorry. I read that book, when I was a teenager and that was like a what? I think I was a teenager. When I read it too. When he came out I was like seventeen or eighteen when I read it when out. But, but no, yeah. That was that was a that was quite quite a quite an read. How much have Led Zeppelin? Are you going to talk about Lindsay onstage? Oh, well, it's a little tricky, obviously because some of these songs segue together so that, that, that kills a spot for me to, to chat. But I try to tell the story about what was going on for the band with the first album or what, what plant was thinking when he wrote this song, or, or you know what Moby Dick were that title came from according to this the books. It's not what you might think is funny..

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"john bonham" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"K R Q, and this is the Kevin and bean show. I know the answer for Kevin and it's rage against the machine. But let me ask Jensen and Ali who is the band that you were most broken up about when they broke up that just destroyed your heart that they broke up and you were so sad because they were so great. And you can't believe they didn't stay together. I have a second place one. But go ahead alley. Oh, Acis is at the top of a lot of people's lists. That was a that was a tough one. It's an Email. It's a two for you love their music and their brothers. And they hate each. Yeah. Is a good one. My rap answer is third base. Okay. Group from the from the eighties and early nineties pop goes the weasel anyway. Goes pop one that was a tough one for me. Was there was there a chance at some point that they might get back together? But they never did like they'd never reformed. They did the bad Woodstock. And then they like. We're at the bad Woodstock. And then a couple of years ago, they did a show in Brooklyn. That they it was like a club show. And then there were rumors. They're going to do more than they didn't. But I've never seen them live. So that's rough for me. But I mean, it's not really a break-up. But then you're gonna one hit me the hardest that they wouldn't have any new music. Sure. That those are my two that's well, I have a few. There are a few in my in my lifetime. Led Zeppelin would be one that was devastating to me because I felt like they could have gotten another drummer. But the rest of the guys the ban. They said it's not Led Zeppelin without John Bonham, and we're not going on. It's the four of us. And that's the magic, right? And I have to respect that.

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"john bonham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"john bonham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred sixty eight the band consisted of guitarist Jimmy page singer, Robert plant basis Boorda's, John, Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham. After changing their name from the new Yardbirds Led Zeppelin signed a deal with Atlantic records at the beginning of their career that allowed them from central artistic freedom. Listening to iheartradio for more Led Zeppelin and all your favorite artists. He's just a really really good guy. The term good egg isn't enough to describe him. He's also certified organic and free range. Rich puts the cap back on everything the toothpaste, the olive oil the shampoo everything. He lets his ten year old nephew beat him at virtual tennis. Even though he can straight up slay his ten year old nephew in virtual. When the toilet paper is running low rich replaces the roll on the actual holder. Not just on the back of the toilet. Rich is texting and driving. Rich. No, what are you doing rich? I.

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"john bonham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Band consisted of guitarist Jimmy page singer, Robert plant based system to board is John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham. After changing their name from the new Yardbirds Led Zeppelin signed a deal with Atlantic records at the beginning of their career that allowed them considerable artistic freedom. Listening to iheartradio for more Led Zeppelin and all your favorite artists. This is NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w is San Antonio. And I heart radio station. Great savvy the weekend with joepags one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero your.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"During the press conference you know when we were i the president was saying something and it sounded like a john bonham drum solo in the background like somebody was at the bottom of the podium just playing the drums we're we're the most technologically advanced society in the history of the world i mean can't we greens for a microphone if we can get north korea to away with their nukes we can get microphones that work for omnitracs here's your for a persistent area of low pressure along the texas gulf coast will provide more rain showers for the region today from brownsville over to basically baton rouge louisiana along i ten thirty seven i thirty five you'll see those rain showers continue through the rest of the week and some estimates put rain totals in the region at around sixteen inches once you get past san antonio and i ten is your heading westward things begin to clear up look for showers to continue today in the nation's heartland in through the mid west western kansas and southwestern nebraska the likely areas for large hail damaging winds potential severe weather the midwest has had a lot of rain this spring and farmers were able to get the corn planted just in a small window of time where those showers held up but today we'll see more rain for central illinois and central indiana as well as southwestern ohio your national forecast red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And as i discovered when i'm writing these books and trying to interview witnesses they actually don't want to talk about it they they're afraid of the ridicule so it almost takes a period of time a few years for it to bubble up into for me you know when it goes online when it is ported in newspapers and written about in books is usually when when i get the story but the one that is really popping up almost immediately as it goes stories about prince especially paisley park studios and some of the the people who work at paisley park and just recently paisley park has been a quasi open to the public and there have been tours but but people say that they here someone walking around the studios when someone shouldn't be there they hear strange noises they also here voices singing and and a lot of people claim that it's the voice of prince there's at least one fan who blocked about her experience walking around the the fence of paisley park and hearing a voice that sounded exactly like print so so some of those are cropping up and i would expect more to crop up in in the next few years you mentioned princess recording studio in paisley park are there are other famous recording studios the one that comes immediately to mind of course headley grange where led zeppelin and others recorded i believe eric clapton recorded their their i mean and that's even before it was a recording studio this is a this vast old victorian home it must just be loaded with ghosts and a lot of the misfortunate people live there and there were riots they're so it has a lot of that emotional energy build up a apparently but when led zeppelin recorded there in prior to this i think it was mainly a rehearsal space it wasn't a recorded a place to record but jimmy page went there and just love the vibe and loved the sound of it and there's a famous story about john bonham who has his road load in his drum set and they just kind of put it in the main hall in.

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"john bonham" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"And as i discovered when i'm writing these books and trying to interview witnesses they actually don't want to talk about it they they're afraid of the ridicule so it almost takes a period of time a few years for it to bubble up into for me you know when it goes online when it is repeat reported in newspapers and written about in books is usually when when i get the story but the one that is really popping up almost immediately is to go stories about prints and especially paisley park studios and some of the the people who work at paisley park and just recently paisley park has been a quasi open to the public and there have been tours but but people say that they here someone walking around the studios when someone shouldn't be there they hear strange noises they also here voices singing and and a lot of people claim that it's the voice of prince there's at least one fan who blocked about her experience walking around the the fence of paisley park and hearing a voice that sounded exactly like print so so some of those are cropping up and i would expect more to crop up in in the next few years you mentioned princess recording a studio in paisley park other there are other famous recording studios the one that comes immediately to mind of course as headley grange where led zeppelin and others recorded i believe eric clapton recorded their their i mean and that's even before it was a recording studio this is a this vast old victorian home it must just be loaded with ghosts and a lot of the misfortunate people live there and there were riots they're so it has a lot of that emotional energy build up a apparently but when led zeppelin recorded there and prior to this i think it was mainly a rehearsal space it wasn't recorded a place to record but jimmy page went there and just love the vibe and loved the the sound of it and there's a famous story about john bonham who has his roadies load in his drum set and they just kind of put it in.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Sp nation a l text right before the end of the show we're talking about great drummers in john bonham solid yesterday offered up for random owning jukebox black dog by led zeppelin and got a text in from the free one seven john bonham was the greatest drummer in history and number two isn't even very close zeppelin is nothing without bonham don't ask me every morning lyn murray and solly get ready for work on sp nation radio fiery right everyone body should have them all around the house this is a really this is a really special one right they all are but this one the the firefighters name was bill bill an h w e n a n e man okay sometimes it's just as simple as being in the right place at the right time when a high rise on the south side of chicago went up in flames in the winter of nineteen ninety six nobody was surprised the building hit failed a number of inspections already but that didn't help the people inside that were trapped and they were panicking as the high rise building flames grew up floors it was an end scape inescapable inferno firemen bill heenan climbed up to this is great he climbed up a too short ladder because you can only go like six or seven floor try to get a family out of the sixth floor it would be a few minutes it would take a few minutes for the firefighters inside the clam up there so he's on a ladder you gotta get this picture it got really bad and it got bad fast one of the children jumped out of the window from the six floor died.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Good morning i tell you you know john is a genius by the way john on the board i mean playing it's incredible right this is a deep cut and we were talking about it off code of course coda being a album released after the death of one john bonham this i believe nineteen eighty two i think i was a freshman in college at the time i mean that is just rocking out on this short week tuesday so thank you john we will go from gm zeppelin we should just stop right now and just go to silence for the next twenty minutes i think you and i should just play our favorite tunes i you know i could believe me i could do that and by the way we were talking about the spotify yesterday on our tv show and i actually have a spotify account and if anybody's interested it's guys i play list i believe you can follow me on the spotify it's it's some brilliant music by the way i play list i have i have a shoutout before we get to important stuff can i do this horse to the good people in swami's i believe that you're familiar with that that's the that's the surf beach in encinitas no i'm unfamiliar with it bites you know who would know jo kwon joe would not surface she's mavericks man she's a bad ass bay that absolutely when you're talking about joe you can totally say that she's no joke.

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"john bonham" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Take news eyes old use as directed cbs thursday well god tv's number one comedy though big bang theory brings you scientific breakthrough sent mediumsized asteroid is interesting discovery i suppose it could end up on a collision course with earth and destroy life as we know it ingenious inventions dennis really good at the i've cooked didn't easy beethoven of my my press moving fact style reaction you have a gigantic in annoying reaction listen i thought you couldn't get me harbor totally still big bang theory cbs thursday or stream it live or on demand and his his marley at his final stage appearance this week 1980 and same week john bonham led zeppelin drummer died at age thirty two dave grohl audition for nirvana and was instantly given the job this week in 1990 one of on his middle line was released and in 1995 courtney love was even a year prison sentence for assault also this week in 2004 slipknot storyteller issued a statement denying that he was dead jerry of running project while you're going to have a lot of learning to do for you could start scorpio this week is not a week for typical solutions and odd approach may be the one that move your head szeged hairiest while things may seem off you're still hang in the right direction so 'capricorno how things around you overly dramatic maybe you have a role and its cost warious even those weakening beginning slowdown in think things through antisleaze believe it or not your your group social director be prep for everyone to look to you if you're our scopes are coming up soon here this we tracks this week's top pri three schillers' feels like sour oh our goal feel it's still.

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"john bonham" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"john bonham" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I yeah i always go full or i'll go jcr okay i is attack also calling the river dog the river dawn the app i watched stepbrothers the other night man night when i i eat it you sent me a message rear here tonight i guess that uh that moby dick john bonham when you're own on the drum kit is if it's a good low line gun but did you know that that like because there's so many great lines in there what was the one seen where you went you know what this is going to kill i don't know if we really have that feeling we i mean we were definitely having as much fun as you possibly could have a shooting that movie and uh you know that's us one of the last uh movies i can think of where we are actually shooting on film before because everything's digital now so the so the studio was giving us a hard time because we think we shot a million and a half feet of film but just with all the improvising and uh so i don't i i don't know if uh i we did have a sense that ge the catalina wine mixer the fact that we were making such a big deal about something so stupid was was hopefully going to land with people and uh is a gold crack each other up uh pretty much yep but you can't crackup on screen because they know you can't you can't you gotta you gotta you get it out of your system and the new viewed learn to kinda.

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