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"john fogerty" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"55. John fogerty has been named this year's recipient of the music for life award, the award presented by the national association of music merchants, the ceremony, taking place April 13th in Anaheim, the organization calls the president or I should say of the organization calls fogerty a living example of inspiration and character. The CCR frontman joins previous music for life award winners, Stevie Wonder, Melissa Etheridge and Kenny Loggins. An update from ABC is next, now live beat with Marina rockinger. There's an exceptionally painful disorder around 3 million women in the U.S. are diagnosed with each year. Endometriosis. It's where the lining of the uterus grows in other areas, including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and tissue lining the pelvis. Unfortunately, according to o-b-gyn doctor Miguel Luna Russo, endometriosis goes undiagnosed for far too long in many women. Still in the United States, the diagnostic delay for this disease is approximately 7 to ten years. So patients do suffer for a very long time before they are diagnosed. Doctor Luna adds, it's a combination of reasons from a woman thinking painful periods as normal, to needing surgery to confirm a diagnosis. Fortunately, there are more tools being used to get a diagnosis, including clinical history, physical exams, MRIs and ultrasounds. Doctor Luna says researchers are now working to see if biomarkers in the blood can lead to a diagnosis. Those are actually a good idea because we can target those markers with drugs down the line in the future. Marina rockinger, northwest, news radio
School of Podcasting
"john fogerty" Discussed on School of Podcasting
"It is my favorite and a website for me, it is. The bob left sets podcast. Bob is a bit of a curmudgeon and he's plugged into the music scene and has been for decades. He's well respected and attracts many top name guests. He addresses the issues that are at the core of the music business, downloading, copy protection, pricing, and the music itself, and he gets personal as well. He's never boring he's always entertaining, and he asked questions of his guests that are at times daring, provocative, and sometimes uncomfortable for the guest. For example, he recently asked Linda Ronstadt how she felt about the sexualized image that capital records employed to market her music, telling her that, in addition to her talent, she was perceived as a sex object, and to what degree did that affect her? He also asked John fogerty what he's done with all his money. One of the reasons I enjoyed the podcast, I never know what he'll ask next or where he'll go with the interview. Now his podcasts are on the long side. Sometimes up to two hours, but never boring. He digs deep. Recent guests have included Justin Hayward of the moody blues, Melissa Etheridge, Daryl hall, even pat Boone, as well as mainstream newsmakers. His podcasts are available on most platforms and his website is left sets dot com. As for me, well, my website, thanks to you, Dave, returning beyond the pod page, is recovery coast to coast dot org dot com or even .NET. Happy holidays, my Friends, stay healthy. Live in gratitude and be kind to others. Is there any you already guessed it? Yeah, Neil is a guy that's been in radio forever. And when I talk about the brilliant podcasting minds in the school of podcasting Facebook group, one of those is Neil, super duper nice guy. Hi, Dave. My name's Nina, and I want to say thanks for your regular feature that you have each year. What is our favorite podcast? I've enjoyed listening to your show for several years now. And I want to put my nomination in for my favorite podcast for 2020 two, and before I do that, I'll explain who I am, and what I do and why I made the decision. I'm one of those people who never quite got their podcast sorted. Only a few episodes, and like the statistics say, I just stop podcasting. I am of that bottom level of most people. It was a conscious decision because I realized I couldn't commit to the consistency that has been pretty much the major I've always heard about. You've got to get that podcast out every single week. All right, gotta pop in here while consistency of schedule is definitely a great thing to have because you become part of their routine. It's not mandatory. If you could only do one a month or one every other month, look at Dan Carlin, that guy gets millions of downloads and put that in an episode every other month. Further to that, I really struggled with the value proposition. I started, well, I had an idea of starting a podcast because I'd been asked to share my journey online, particularly with my organic farming journey, so I wanted to research some content and blend it in and have stories to tell each week. Then I realized my journey was often a slow one. So a weekly podcast in winter was not inspiring one. That sort of got me a bit. And on top of that, I was only new to farming. So I felt that what did I have to tell that what could I share? You could share what it's like to be a new farmer in the organic farming space. I thought about it and then went, yeah, there's not enough time. But I thought of starting a podcast about switching from PC to Mac because there are going to be a lot of people in the same boat and I would go out and find out stuff and talk about it. But I don't have enough time to do another podcast. So I decided not to, but realize there are people that would hear and love the stuff from your perspective. It was a bit like impostor syndrome, combined with consistency syndrome, and I guess that the rest of it is history. Ah, go out to school with podcasting dot com slash follow because I'm talking about that in January. That's why I'm not sharing with you the podcast details because it's really not relevant. It's not relevant to me because I'm not into organic farming, but if somebody else was like, I've been thinking about starting an organic farm. They're like, oh, why didn't she share a website? But I do love the idea of podcasting. The only thing right now that's stopping you from podcasting is you. And sometimes we just need to get out of our own way. I know, look, Garth Brooks has impostor syndrome. Garth Brooks has impostor syndrome. Just, I know it's uncomfortable, but sometimes you just got to push through because you'll be amazed at what's on the other side. I don't know if it's a personality thing. I don't know. Some studies say 70% of people have impostor syndrome, because otherwise you're kind of just an egomaniac, right? In a way, I'll listen to a lot of spoken words and when I'm driving or mowing or on the tractor, or perhaps driving fruit to the delivery depot, I will combine listening to podcasts and audiobooks which can be up to 12 to 15 hours a week. So podcasts are a big part of my life, and my nominated favorite podcast for the year Dave is the school of podcasting. Aw, now you're going and making me blush again. Because I love the podcast industry and want to keep a breast of what's going on. A subscribe to many newsletters. However, I feel like you've done the heavy lifting for me, so you read through all the data, get the cost from the industry people, and so are referred to you for information, and if something is, you know, sparks my interest in I'll go back and find a newsletter and read it in more detail. Some days I've listened to you and I have felt your disappointment as she reviews or perhaps you've had a bit of tiredness after you've been traveling somewhere, but you always bring back a good story. And that's what I've seen so much cool new changes to your show in the last couple of years. You mix things up you bring in new people, you craft some great stories and bring them all back to a good takeaway for pretty much every episode. You're a great educator. And the funny thing about this, the one thing that jumped out of me was the pretty much every episode. Which for the record is accurate. I'll listen to the podcast of most of the people that you've had on his guests. I read many of the books you've suggested, and I really feel you lifted the game in an already good podcast. I didn't have a problem with your podcast in the past, but I do believe it's improved. And because you wanted to do something different and you made the effort, so you are slowly moving the needle, the slow babies like me, who would love to have shows under their belt, but struggled to do so, with so much internal angst that a regular podcast seems so far away. Oh, Nina, I am right here. I'm not gonna let you sound stupid. I'm not going to let you spend money on stuff that you don't need. I'm right here and I'm here to tell you there is an audience that wants to hear your stuff. It's like, yeah, I'm kind of thinking about doing an organic farm, but I don't know where to start. I don't know. Who am I to start an organic farm? And you're like, ah, it's a piece of cake in the same way that I'm going. Starting a podcast. It's a piece of cake. Jump in the water. Some days I've been too busy to listen to your podcast, particularly on the Monday, which I used to do all the time, but now I can't, but I love stacking a few in a row, so if I weren't a moa or a tractor, I get to listen to you and you really are the essence of the school about podcasting. It's working when you think podcasting, think school
"john fogerty" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Dozens of people in the listening audience will recognize that as the theme for philosophers in space that I wrote pretty proud of that one. I like that one quite a bit. But it got me thinking that comment on my opening arguments outro music, I was thinking like, yeah, no, I openly was like, I want something inspired by Star Trek by the Star Trek theme. Yeah. And corporate some of the same elements, the same sound. Now I want to set aside the fact Andrew. I'm pretty sure legally you would tell me that there would be like a good parody defense for this or whatever. I want to set that aside and just pretend that doesn't exist. That is so much more of a direct ripoff of Star Trek than in my opinion this for the Pharrell song is of Marvin Gaye. There's way more common elements. There's way more that directly ties it to a kind of a Star Trek, big theme, but like I'm curious, would people out there think that that would mean I shouldn't have been able to do that or should have owed whoever wrote the Star Trek theme, money should I not be able to do that? You know, because this, in my musical opinion, that's totally fine. I wrote a thing that it was like, yeah, I wanted to be evocative of this. It has a lot of the same elements the same things. So I love that because this is an area I think we're the two tests that we sort of put forth. And again, I want to be very, very clear here. This is not neither you nor I have offered this test with legal precision. If we were writing an amicus brief, we would workshop it. This is not the law. This is kind of our view of maybe where the law of copyright as it interfaces with specifically the genre of music, right? And short form, pop music songs, intro outro. And the test I gave was kind of the American Idol versus direct copy, right? That we should not be applying copyright law with respect to music in such a way that creates essentially a double standard. We know where that bright line is with written works. If I write, it was the best at times it was the worst at times. I've directly ripped off even if it's a small segment. I've directly ripped off Charles Dickens, assuming that the Dickens copier in his family, which is almost. On the other hand, if I put out another show about let's get amateurs on here and see who can sing and, you know, the American Idol test. I haven't because I'm just inspired by that idea. Your way of kind of combining that was the, what's the part that you hum in the shower? What's the key element of the song or key elements? And I think you would recognize that there could be elements. Yeah, somebody took my example of that to mean that I wouldn't ever recognize a beat as that hook. And it's worth saying, again, 150 minute episode we can't say every single thing. A beat certainly could be the hook of a song. It could be the recognizable thing or the thing that's that important to the song. But it can't be if it's just a generic, every song has common elements. Again, if you rip off, hit for hit every component of a beat. A drum set only has so many things. It's just not how music works. In the trial, Pharrell said like, yeah, every salsa song is the same then. They're all the same song. They definitionally have that same rhythm. That's what the genre is that's not copyrightable in my opinion. I start writing some. Yeah, because that would just be the time signature, but I don't know if this is a reference to anyone will get. But if somebody uses the beat, the exact beat with the exact same sounds of idiot by radiohead, which is a very cool beat, very prominent in the song. Yeah, that's copyright infringement. But also, if you recreated that with different, you're just like, I don't know, on acoustic drums and kind of changed around maybe some of the hits and where they went. No, I don't think it is. They're so little there. Like as a musician, that's just, that's just music, man. That's just how it works. I agree with you and so I would say under either test, in my view, your philosophers and space song passes. It falls under the American Idol portion of my ruling, and also I think it clearly does not appropriate the melody of the Star Trek theme, but it also doesn't appropriate the sort of key elements that go into that melody that I don't know if it's a slide whistle, but I did kind of directly rip off the idea of four kind of notes in the beginning. Like a slow underlying kind of strings and then four notes, they're totally different notes, but it's that kind of thing. Is that enough? I don't think it is. Those notes. So it's that. That's what I was. It's been like four years. I didn't remember. I ripped off that idea, it's faster, it's not the same notes, but also I did another thing I thought was really cool where I bring it back at the end, but because we've changed, I don't remember. We've changed either the key or the underlying chord, so it sounds completely different. But anyway, I love that and again, this is an area that we didn't discuss. And by the way, that's what I would consider the sort of the slide whistling parts. And having heard it again, I realized it's not actionable. It's not actually a slide whistle, but you know, that's what I meant. I think we never really came around to a conclusion on the subject of, oh yeah, I wanted to make a song that sounded like X well, Andrea, in that episode, I gave you my opinion that it was like if you use the same chord progression, that's kind of an example of that. But I don't know, now I'm thinking it's more like this and it's fine. Hey, and by the way, when the music industry really took off like financially and I don't know, the late 50s and 60s, that's all that people would do. They'd be like, oh, that was a hit. Let's find a way to do that exact. Let's find something. Yeah, that's decades old. And that's why I have this reaction to the blurred lines case, is like, you can't copyright a feel. It's absurd to me. But interestingly enough, if you were to look at, can you copyright a feel? If you were to type that into westlaw, what you would get would be the seminal lawsuit between Microsoft and Apple in the 1990s. I haven't heard their hits. What songs did they do? Which established that you do have a software right to the look and feel of your application, right? This was an argument that, you know, the Windows operating system appropriated the look and feel of the Apple graphical interface. And again, you can see the argument on the other side, right? The argument on the other side is my American Idol test. We're just talking about dragging a pointer across the computer screen. That's an idea, not a look and feel. In software, it becomes look and feel. But once again, I think it's about the context. It's granularity. That's what it is. It's how far are you zooming in or out on these given things? Because you can zoom all the way out and say, wow, these are both songs. That's a ripoff. And we should give credit to the 500 people that sent us the, what is that axis of awesome four chord song? For some reason, everyone thinks that's something I have to mention or something. Look, I get that it's all in good cheer and fun, but we get 4000 of that every time we talk music. I heard that in college. I'm familiar with the axis of awesome thing that I would have mentioned it if it was the same chord progression, like if we had been analyzing something that was that same chord progression might have been relevant, but all that would serve to prove is that songs can have the same chord progression, which is something we already established quickly in a way that was a lot faster in an episode that was a 150 minutes down to a 110 minutes or whatever. But it's fun. It's a good clip, acknowledged, agreed. You don't need to send it to me anymore. And it provoked some good discussion on the Facebook groups, but people also have pointed us to the CCR versus John fogerty lawsuit. Oh, yes. John fogerty was alleged to have plagiarized from himself and there's so much. I guess what I want to say is this remains just such a rich vein to mine and we will continue to be thinking about it because I think the more we do this, the more I'm convinced that existing
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Biden urges US World Cup team to `let’s go shock ’em all'
"President Joe Biden telephoned Friday night the American World Cup soccer team ahead of their opener against Wales urging them to let go shock them all It's this protest That's where it's coming from Coach Greg beholder said reading the phones call ID according to excerpts of a video of players listening to the call Coach put me in I'm going to play Biden began echoing John fogerty's 1985 song center field going on He said you guys I know you're the underdog but I'll tell you what man you got some of the best players in the world on your team and you're representing this country And I know you're going to play your hearts out So let's go shock them all And the players thanked Biden for his call made two days before Biden's HF birthday I'm Charles De Ledesma
Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"john fogerty" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"And the record company executive or the president got a copy, and he brought it home and he used to give it to his daughter to play to listen to and she says, daddy, it skips, and he's like, what? This is the gist of the story. And he went back and said that we stop, stop the presses. This album was flawed because it skips. Tom comes to find out that the engineer had, it was the engineer. Had requested that the album be pressed like thinner than usual to fit more sound on it. It's more time. Well, it's like you've got more sounds coming out of it. I don't know the complexities of the pressings and how they do it. But it was a little thinner than the other albums, so the average needle, if it was a cheap album, it would jump, so there are pressings out there that got through that they stopped, and then they went back because the guy was like, what's this all about? How does this happen? I just said that a thousand or whatever. So this is how we pressed it. Fuck. That whole age of lacquers and mastering for vinyl. It was like going back to the drawing board for different pressings. Whereas by the time I was doing it, you made a production master. Another one it's worth money though. It's the screw ups that are worth money. John fogerty center field. He had a song on there called it was originally called zanz Kant dance, and it was about Saul's ants, credences, manager we've talked about. That's right. He got sued. He had to rerecord just the word xan to make advance. I got the xans. Never going to try and sell it, but the point is, I think that's, I like the fact that it was his nephew to the guy, and I have it. You have it, yeah. But that's like the clash London calling with the hidden track train in vain. It's not on
Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"john fogerty" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Go ahead, go ahead. I'm sorry. And I read John fogerty's autobiography, which just sealed the deal for me as is how great musician work get to his work attitude. And why he hates those guys. If you read the autobiography, it's very revealing. Well, things get interesting later on. We'll kind of do a step by step with them when it gets interesting. You got to understand one thing about me, I'm weird, because when I was in first grade, I was playing my sister's vinyl, brain cell surgery. I'm sure I mentioned. So I'm kind of weird. So I was a Prague head early on and then I got like my sister pulled me aside. You got to listen to bad company. You got to listen to some normal stuff and she got me right on the right path. I love it. Normal. So their debut album comes out and Suzy Q is released, which falls right into John fogerty's love 50s music. And that was a song by rockabilly studd, Dale Hawkins, Bill Hawkins. As soon as he catches on, you know, Suzy Q catches on. An a.m. radio just kind of runs with the funny thing about it is they weren't a band that played long songs. They were those two in it 22nd, just a burst of energy song and then they were done. When in 67, they had a lot of psychedelic, long place songs, so they kind of skirted with that, but that version that Susie Q is by far my favorite favorite CCI song. By absolutely by far, speaking again, like we did a couple of weeks ago about movie scenes in songs, Apocalypse Now. In the middle of the jungle, the Playboy bunnies come down in the helicopter, and they stop dancing, the Suzie Q, and then the guys just start jumping in the water and the fact that that actually wasn't the CCI version, but it was still Susie Q, and then fucking worked great with that scene. The only Koreans Clearwater top 40 hit not written by John fogerty.
"john fogerty" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I will always love you and it was a farewell to Porter wagoner. Man wasn't that relationship a soap opera. And although that's how she came to prominence singing on the Porter wagoner show and things of that nature. So 888-876-5593 is 88 88 Raleigh. Michelle and Geneva, welcome to WGN radio. Hey Riley, good evening. How are you? All right, how about yourself? I'm okay. I'm okay. Listen, I want to discuss Ricky Nelson for a minute with you if I might. Absolutely. Yeah, I watched this documentary on Amazon Prime yesterday two days ago. It's called heavy petting. And it's a documentary in the late 80s. I had never seen it. It was about the sexual mores of the 50s and 60s and kind of like, you know, when a lot of us grew up, we're growing up. And it was well done. It was very funny, tongue in cheek, and a lot of the interviewed a lot of famous people. And some not famous people. And at the very end of this, they play this video, so to speak, which was cut from one of the Ozzie and Harriet shows. And it was Ricky Nelson seeing I want to be loved. Oh my God. Blew me away, man. I'm telling you, I hadn't heard that song and I totally forgot about that song. He was backed up, of course, by a trio. Fantastic and James Burton was on guitar, of course, a fantastic, it was unbelievable. I was wondering if you could play that. By the way, that video that clip of the video is actually on YouTube. So you can see that I went and did a lot of research last 24 hours. The VH1 behind the music and stuff and a lot of he had a I didn't realize he had such an up and down life. But what if talented guy and boy, what does sexy beast yowza? Yeah. That didn't hurt. I don't know if it came out, but he can think whoever that girl was that he wanted to impress when he went to his father and said, I want to be a singer because the girl liked Elvis. Yeah. And I know that he always failed in comparison to Elvis in a lot of people's minds. But I'm telling you, a lot of his stuff was right up there. Everyone lived in Elvis's shadow, but I mean, Ricky Nelson was really, really talented. And at stone canyon band kicked butt. Where he really benefited in the early days was incredibly good production on those records. Some of those records were just very well produced. You know, you would contend that anyone could have sung them. Now it helped that he was singing them, but if he didn't have his dad didn't have the clout to bring in that type of production strength, I'm not a 100% sure how some of those records would have gone. But he did a lot of things included some of his album cuts were just adorable. In fact, John was listening to a KJ here, the station I put my oldies on. And he said, what the hell is that all she wrote? I said, oh, that's a Ricky Nelson album cut. So I thought it was adorable. But when I talked to John just know, he said it was kind of, he should be in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I actually looked that up. He was inducted in 87. Good. Two years after he John fogerty inducted because John fogerty from creedence Clearwater was a huge fan of his. But I was just blown away. He's kind of a forgotten guy and he really shouldn't be. He was fantastic. All right, so you would like to hear I want to be. I would love to hear that. All right, I'm writing it down. That's a bigger night song. Let's see. Okay. All right, you will. Thank you so much. I'll catch you later. Yeah, and well, good. So he's in. Now, of course, nils zedek is still is not. And that's just, that's just abysmal. There's no reason on earth that Neil sedek is not in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But yeah, I love that's all she wrote. And so I normally would even it was on Ricky Nelson's Rick Nelson Rick Nelson sings for you, yeah, right. In any event, a cute stuff. So sure, happy to happy to play that. All right, so we got Lisa in Dundee, welcome to WGN radio, Lisa. Hi, Raleigh. While it's in my mind, that last caller, she likes Ricky Nelson so much. He was in a movie with John Wayne called Rio bravo. Yes. And he thinks in that movie and he's really, really good. He's a good actor. And he sings really well too. So if she hasn't seen that, that she may want to look that up. It's a great movie. Yes, 1950. Anyway, I was just calling to get equal time for Dolly Parton. Whitney Houston. Well, a Dolly, of course, wrote the song she made the money. I don't like it, but I like Dolly Parton's version better. I just don't like the song. I don't care who does it. I hate you don't like the song. I hate this song. Let's go that far. I lunge for the radio button. When I played it for Linda right now, I had to leave the room. Well, I was trying to get through quicker to see if you would just follow it up with a little Dolly, but my constitution can't get. You're just getting better. Yeah, I just can't take it, really. And it was a big hit. You can listen to it online anytime you have over. I sleep tonight after listening to Whitney's version. Well, Whitney is that I'm not crazy about that either. But she's a hell of a singer. Like I say, I don't care for the choice of music, but I don't, I certainly know that woman can sing. I just absolutely. But she's not my taste either. But again, she would be, but the material she picks. That's not my taste. And God, the horrible one about the shipwreck. Well, you know, anytime there's a shipwreck, the song is doomed. You know, it doesn't matter whether it's the Poseidon adventure or whatever the Titanic. There's another good movie. Of course, I go by the movie, not by the song. Yeah, well, the song, I think there was Maureen mcgovern, is almost as bad as the Titanic song. And then, of course, the granddaddy of them all the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. I'm convinced if there is a word for who I love as well. If there is a boat in the song, it's going to be bad. That's very true. So yeah, sorry about that. Hate to disappoint. Okay, I still love you and no worries on this end. All right, good. Thanks for calling And of course Dolly left all the way to the bank on that. Anybody who didn't like it like me, she made money hand over fist
Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"john fogerty" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Then there's the epic song that's on to run. Yeah. So evidently, after clarence died, Springsteen wouldn't play that song. I can't play that. Because that is the greatest sack solo in music history. Yeah. It just is. It proved me wrong. I'll always say, prove me wrong. That's the greatest sax solo. I think John Coltrane beat him on a few songs, but there you go. But that's John Coltrane's thing. He finally played it in clarence Clemens's nephew. Toured with them. Yeah. And he played it. And I guess it was just kind of one of those real moving types of moments because I'm sure he made sure you got that. You better get this fucking perfect. Your uncle proud type thing. Yeah, and I have a DVD of Bruce. I think it's Hyde Park or Glastonbury. No Hyde Park. And it was probably the last tour of the clarence did. And you could see he wasn't doing good. He barely moved. I heard his knees were messed up and it was so painful to watch, but he still played. He could still play the notes. Yeah. Yeah. He had a jazz club in Hollywood, Florida. And I lived in Hollywood, clarence Clemson, and I never, like I never went, I was like, I should have just fucking always hindsight. Yeah. Should have just, I wanted to go to Ron Woods club in Manhattan, never did it. Should I? Yeah. Yeah. Let me see. Next one I have is sound city, real to real, came out 2013 that Dave Grohl. Documentary? Yeah. Basically, I'll read it. Dave Carol, I once joked that when he entered the famous sound city studios in van nuys, Los Angeles. He was shocked at how much of a dump, the famous recording venue would become since its glory opening in 1969. The studio closed the 2011, Grohl bought the neve 80 28 analog Nixon console and decided to produce a direct documentary contribute to the famous studio that he said really did change my life forever. The documentary includes interviews with console inventor, Rupert neve. Leave, right? Yeah. And lots of musicians who use the studio, including Tom Petty, Paul McCartney, John fogerty and Neil Young. I actually, when I started getting back in the vinyl, I bought that soundtrack. It's a fucking good soundtrack. Yes. I love the Stevie Nick the Stevie Nicks cut. Yeah. And it was all mixed on that on that point. Yeah, yeah. You know? And it's just a really entertaining, sometimes funny documentary. It's called sound city. It was riveting because I didn't realize how many damn albums are recorded and that studio. Albums that I love. And albums that I like Rick Springfield recorded there. So there was pop stuff being made there. Fleetwood Mac left a lot of razor blade marks in that studio. Just it was amazing. And kudos to Dave Grohl. A lot of people hate the guy. He really cares about this stuff. And what he did was amazing. He kept that legacy going. Yeah. Yeah, he appreciates he appreciates the history. Yeah. You know? And I'm sure he said, I got to have that fucking board too. Yeah. I mean, that thing just has so much history in it. Just own it just for that. Yeah. You know? How many great mixing boards fucking just went, got destroyed with studios. I don't know if that's the case, it just kind of throwing that out there, but old mixing boards that recorded some of the greatest music that they didn't know was going to be.
TED Talks Daily
"john fogerty" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
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News Talk 1130 WISN
"john fogerty" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Going to create a company video to it. Um Lee Brice, I watched your rise. I was a huge fan from Day one. And and you're I'm not watching your career. I've watched your career take off. I'm not watching it. I mean, it's now been awhile and I've never had a chance to talk to. You never had a chance to meet with you. And then I see you doing this benefit concert. And my only problem is I can't go this weekend, which really sucks because I'd love to be there with you and out in the crowd and just having fun with you. You've got a great lineup of stars that are going to be joining you, which is incredible. Also and a real tribute to you. Um and you know you have people. Like, for example. Uh, journey. Uh, the change smokers, The Steve Miller Ben John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival and Wilson of Heart. You got our friendly greenwood. I can't even name everybody and you got surprise guests to let's talk about how you got involved with tunnel to towers. I mean, the whole story. I mean, First of all, we all know what a great organization that says And, you know, we all know Frank Siller. We know about his brother Stephen, who paid the ultimate sacrifice that day. How did you get hooked up with him? He's a great guy, Manage red and being at a show. Actually, recently Frank and I got to be whenever I got to really hear Frank's story, and, you know, talk to him, and he actually Reached out and I get you know he's been doing his father, 100, Mile walk to commemorate and he's going to finish up that walk on, uh, on Saturday and get get to kind of do his last leg with him and So very honored to be a part of that and to be a part of the stars and strings and it's going to be really, really cool. The rooftop appears 17. It could be serious Rutger. There's Zac Brown band Chris Young. And so it's instead of a regular concert, though it's going to be what we call our, you know, an end around or riders round and so our guitar pool and so This is gonna be so special because you know, and this is a really a way to be able to hear the song songwriters and singers and the stories behind the songs and broken down kind of way And so Um it's really cool to get back to those roots. But man, it's just It's really honestly just an honor to be a part of anything like this. And this is especially really cool tunnel to towers, Man sore behind it so good to be behind it and just be a part of it is just an honored All the proceeds will benefit the foundation. They provide mortgage free homes to injured vets, first responders, Gold star families with young Children as part of their smart.
The Patriot AM 1150
"john fogerty" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Amazing song. It's going to create accompanying video to it. Um, Lee Brice, I watched your rise. I was a huge fan from day one and and you're now watching your career. I watched your career take off. I'm not watching it. I mean, it's now been awhile and I've never had a chance to talk to. You never had a chance to meet with you. And then I see you doing this benefit concert. And my only problem is I can't go this weekend, which really He suck because I'd love to be there with you. And out in the crowd and just having fun with you. You've got a great lineup of stars that are going to be joining you, which is incredible. Also and a real tribute to you. Um and you know you have people like, for example. Uh, journey, Uh, the chain smokers, the Steve Miller band, John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival and Wilson of Heart. You got our friendly greenwood. I can't even name everybody and you got surprise guests to let's talk about how you got involved with tunnel to towers. I mean, the whole story. I mean, first of all, We all know what a great organization this is, and you know, we all know Frank Siller. We know about his brother Stephen, who paid the ultimate sacrifice that day. How did you get hooked up with him? He's a great guy management and being at a show. Actually, recently Frank and I got to be whenever I got to really hear Frank's story, and, you know, talk to him, and he actually Reached out and I get you know he's been doing his father, 100, Mile walk to commemorate and he's going to finish up that walk on on Saturday and get get to kind of do his last leg with him and So very honored to be a part of that, and to be a part of the, uh stars and strings and it's going to be really, really cool. The rooftop appear 17. It could be serious. Rutger there Zac Brown band Chris Young. And so it's instead of a regular concert, though it's going to be what we call our, you know, an end around or riders round and so our guitar pool and so This is gonna be so special because you know this is a really a way to be able to hear the song songwriters and singers and the stories behind the songs and broken down kind of way. And so, um, it's really cool to get back to those roots. But man, it's just honestly just an honor to be a part of anything like this, and this is especially really cool. Tunnel to towers managed to store behind it so good to be behind it and just be a part of it is just an honored all the proceeds will benefit the foundation. They provide mortgage free homes to injured vets, first responders, Gold star families with young Children as part of their smart.
"john fogerty" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Great accompanying video to it. Um, Lee Brice. I watched your rise. I was a huge fan from day one and and you're now watching your career. I watched your career take off. I'm not watching it. I mean, it's now been a while. Wow. And I've never had a chance to talk to. You never had a chance to meet with you. And then I see you doing this benefit concert, And my only problem is I can't go this weekend, which really sucks because I'd love to be there with you and out in the crowd and just having fun with you. You've got a great lineup of stars that are going to be joining you, which is incredible. Also and a real tribute to you. Um and you know you have people like, for example. Uh, journey, Uh, the change smokers, the Steve Miller band, John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival and Wilson of Heart. You got our friendly greenwood. I can't even name everybody and you got surprise guests to let's talk about how you got involved with tunnel to towers. I mean, the whole story. I mean, first of all, We all know what a great organization that says and you know, we all know Frank Siller. We know about his brother Stephen, who paid the ultimate sacrifice that day. How did you get hooked up with him? He's a great guy, manage right and being at a show actually, recently breaking I got to me when I read. I got to really hear Frank's story and, you know, talk to him, and he actually Reached out and I get, you know he's been doing his father and mile walk to commemorate and he's going to finish up that walk on on Saturday, and I get to kind of do his last leg with him and So very honored to be a part of that and to be a part of the stars and strings and it's going to be really, really cool. The rooftop appears 17. It could be Darius Rutger. There's Zac Brown band Chris Young. And so it's instead of a regular concert, though it's going to be what we call our, you know, an end around or riders round and so our guitar full and so This is gonna be so special because you know this is a really a way to be able to hear the song songwriters and singers and the stories behind the songs and broken down Calloway and so Um it's really cool to get back to those roots. But man, it's just It's really honestly just an honor to be a part of anything like this. And this is especially really cool tunnel to towers, Man sore behind it so good to be behind it and just be a part of it is just an honored All the proceeds will benefit the foundation. They provide mortgage free homes to injured vets, first responders, Gold star families with young Children as part of their smart.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"john fogerty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is enough. I can't take this any longer to say no here in this part of the video. It's it's animated. Doesn't actually have eric. You know playing in animated video. It does have silhouettes if you will of people holding protest signs like stop liberty. Enough is enough fear. It's the fear. This whole. so-called pandemic has people in total fear of their lives and the lives of others and they've bought this thing hook line and sinker and they trust the government now. They never if they didn't trust the government before maybe it was just an act. I don't know but they definitely trust them now. Now that oh my god somebody might get sick so now. We have to obey everything they say. So it's not just dee snider. Our caller last caller brought up a few names he said. What about neil young. I looked up. Neil young's all in favor of lockdowns. And whatever else i mean. He's he's all about shutting things down. He mentioned what about John fogerty according to spin dot com article from earlier this year in march of twenty twenty fogarty was set to play string of west coast casinos as part of his fifty year trip tour along the vegas residency at the win..
"john fogerty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"With Albert Einstein. That can be arranged. Okay, things that can be arranged. All right. Who's your d bag? You know, it's not I I put this in the D bag category only because it was just really. Embarrassing and I want to bring everyone in on the second hand embarrassment that I had when this was sent to me and also Mike Love is my d bag of the day. Oh, okay. The beach boy, The beach boy, Okay, because it's mike Love. Doesn't really want to be doing the beach boys anymore. He's doing it because he has to well or that he wants to, and he just wants to keep the dough rolling with respect to that. Listen. Listen, I gotta get yours where you can get yours. But it's the visual of what happened on the Fourth of July telecast of the beach Boys featuring John Stamos, because now we have to add, okay John Stamos to the bill, because what I want to talk about, actually, but let's but I want to get through Mike Love first. Just get through Mike Love, and then I want to talk about steam all because when they were performing, wouldn't it be nice on stage in Fort Lauderdale on the Fourth of July? Mike Love totally didn't want to be there. And you can tell that the camera People at CNN. The director was like Oh, cut away. Cut away because when they're singing, wouldn't it be nice, which it was a little rough? I'm going to play a little. Oh, good. Okay. Mike Love literally standing on stage with his arms folded and you could tell the camera person just cut away. They're like cut away cut away. He's not in it. He's not in a board of himself. Oh, my God. Now listen to this. Okay? I'm scared. Well, you know the Colleen they tried. I like the beach boys. I would grew up with the beach boys. I like the beach boys. So I'm about to be sad. I just want I love the beach boys. I love concerts of the genre went to John Fogerty on Sunday night. It was fabulous, Okay? But, you know, just tell.
"john fogerty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Call, +877 asked Dell that's +877 asked Dell and speak to a Dell Technologies advisor today. This is of my talk dirt alert. Don't look down their dollar dollar to alert Awi. Yes, Holly first. Okay, Before we go back to Stephen Dorff, Um Red John Bream review and the starts being was so good. Today We had a review of grateful Fogarty firing up the fourth in the suburbs back at the set, you know, at First Avenue and Seventh Street entry, but I know you went to the show. Yes, I went to John Fogerty out at Mystic Lake out of their amphitheater. On the Fourth of July. I see an ageless rock and Roll Hall of Famer. It was your reason for going because I know it couldn't have been the fireworks. All it wasn't a fireworks because I split before those even started, But it was it well had the opportunity to go. John Fogerty, happy to report still shreds? Yes, he's still shreds. That's awesome. Yeah, I think that John Breen was a little more generous with the parts where he brought the kids up, and they jammed out that I was like, Well, you could tell the energy dropped a little bit, but When you think about it, Jon Fogarty. What? A catalog of songs Just hit after Hit after Hit after hit and it was like, Oh, yeah. Creedence song. Oh, yeah, That's CCR song. This one and that one. So it was strange to be back in a concert setting? Yeah, it was like, Wow, I haven't done this in at least a year and a half No shoulder to shoulder. Could you smell intentions in there? Was it a coupled up crowd? No. You could smell full intentions. They they would walk through every once in a while. So the spirit Was alive. Let's just say that so, yeah, it was really fun to go and see John Fogerty. It was fun to see Rock music live and just have a good time. Yeah, Fun. Okay, super fun. Now, let's get back to the Hollywood gossip Stephen Dorff. We left us on a cliffhanger about what Stephen Dorff had to say about Scarlett Jo Hans unwieldy, doing an interview with the independent to talk about his new movie Embattled which you know black widow is out. But he's asked about Hollywood, and he basically said the Hollywood Oscars sucked, and we all agreed the Oscars did suck this year. Yeah, Yeah, It was a little awkward. It was so awkward, but then they get out. He gets asked Well, he doesn't get asked. Really? Just he did He just volunteer. This next thing he says, Yeah, So he he says Well, now, so put it in the context. Even Dorf was in a marvel Cinematic Universe movie back in the day he was, Yeah, he was the villain. In blade. That movie came out in 1998 it start Wesley Snipes in the title character. Okay, remember that? Yeah. So that's remember Blade. I just knows an EMC You Yes, Blade as part of part of the Marvel cinematic universe, But it was not have done anything because it didn't ever get a secret. Look out to know it did. Yeah. So there are a couple of blade movies after that, but that movie was made before. The Marvel cinematic universe was a thing. So like this was like the one of the Ogi superhero movie. Thank you for this contact. This is lovely. And if you haven't seen blade you might have. That's the movie that has the blood rave at the beginning of it. Yes, it and so with the with the big sump in acid House music, So Stephen Dorff The villain in that movie, but he does say I don't want to be in black widow, he said. It looks like garbage. To me. It looks like a bad video game. I'm embarrassed for those people, he said. I'm embarrassed for Scarlett O. I'm sure she got paid 57 million bucks, but I'm embarrassed for her. I don't want her to be in those movies. I really don't Stephen Door said. I've I'll find that kid director that's going to be the next Stanley Kubrick, and I'll act for him instead. Okay, tomorrow. I mean, he talked with his whole chest. He did, And I appreciate that because Hollywood just doesn't do this enough, and I'll tell you what I will say this about. Stephen Dorff. He's not going to back down. He's not going to issue a grovelling statement in a couple days really doesn't give a flying FIG Newton about Hollywood because I think he thought his career was going to be something. It wasn't a long time ago. So his disillusion got nothing. He doesn't care. It doesn't owe anyone anything in the sense of how he gets rolled. Like If a woman never talked like this, Oh, God, she'd be encouraged to apologize and issue a statement. I mean, just in that way, I guess I I like that. He talked crap with his mouth. And Jess. You loved good Lord. Yeah, no one does this well, and nobody does it specifically, if Stephen Dorff look if he knows that he's not going to be in a Marvel movie, and he doesn't want to work with Disney, then he is just going to let it fly, and he made his intentions known. He doesn't want to do big Hollywood movies in in this way, Like so many actors are finding themselves doing. It's a well the Marvel cinematic universe is kind of like We've gone through this cycle in Hollywood. This is like the marvel Cinematic university is like the old Hollywood studio system. Yes, you're you're the cavalcade of actors. And you have to work within a set of parameters that has been made for you. Now The old Hollywood system used to be ruled by the Hays Code and other things, and they were pretty tepid and mild kind of same with the Marvel cinematic universe there have been there's been discourse on the Internet. Pointing out the fact that there's no sex in any of these movies. Yeah, right now they're there for all audiences, inasmuch as it's like, they don't want to see people getting horning. Right, You know, And so that the actors if they want to have jobs in Hollywood, then they're like, Okay, well, I better play somebody like Dr Strange and these are the things that I have to work with. These are the parameters of our creativity. So It's interesting to see what people do with that. Because they're so limited. Yeah, great. Blew my mind when you said they don't have sex because I'm like war. You're right. Well, you're looking through my breathing was like cataloging and I was like, What about Iron man? He must know. We never see it. We never see it. We see like a woman walk out of the house. Yeah, always implied. And Stephen Dorff has no corporate overlord. If he was going to have that that would have been..
"john fogerty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okay, bushy, bushy bond or she urban USA. All right, forget about the bush. What? She shit? Yes, I didn't They inside outside USA isn't any names all the beaches in California? She bushy Yeah. What does bushy bushy even Is that she bushy blond hairdo. Oh, blonde hair? Yeah. I never knew that. I wish I had known that because they've always had bushy, bushy blond here my whole life. Bon. Oh, my God. That's your nanny was singing. That's what we're going to have. You entered rooms too bushy, bushy blonde hair? Yeah, because you've been surfing so much, Laurie, You're out in the side in learning something today. Bushy, bushy blond hair. I never knew. I always thought she was. She was bushy, bushy blonde hair. Yeah, I never knew it. Well, it's like the John the Creedence Clearwater song that we're singing today. Bad Moon Rising. Do you know the infamous lyric that everybody says wrong to that song and sometimes John Fogerty and concert We'll sing it wrong. There's a bad moon on the rise. Yes, yes, And what's this? What do people think that They're singing. Uh, there's some fast food on the right. There's a bathroom on the right. And occasionally he things that misheard lyric in concert. So he puts an Easter egg in there. Yeah, John Folk. There is a bathroom on the right. That's right to do it all. You thanks so much happy for we want to hear about the concert on Tuesday. If you're in. Absolutely you're going to be on the radio. I will be okay. Very good. Said, Listen, we'll be right back with Holly and the door alert. My.
"john fogerty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Close enough. It ain't that, Harry, You and me. I flipped it. Ain't that America something I even get? I don't know. I'm still giving you the plane. Thank you. That was nice. Yeah, Look here, you houses you Mhm. Yeah, I have a question for you guys. Do you think we're going to see a lot of like our legacy like singers like people that are in their late sixties into their seventies that are going to be on a mad rush to tour and get out there. It was all taken away from. I mean, these guys, they might say they may not cure all the time or work, but there used to be known in front of audiences. And I just wonder if we're going to have I'm just calling them legacy entertainers. I think a lot of them have already booked gigs, do you? They're out there. Pretty is here, and I'm going to see that Sunday night. Holly, you are gonna he, You know, I saw him at the Jazz past two years ago, and his kids are in the band and his band is so good and his voice is so good. I'll be curious how dark is here is probably very, very bad. He really Oh my gosh, You're going to have a great time. I was shocked at how Some of these voices just they might even sound better as they get older. Yeah, I'm super looking forward to seeing John Fogerty at mystically heard nothing but fabulous things about him. Oh, and that's a great venue to and it faces west. So you're going to like I'm gonna Alright, Here's our next song. We're doing.
WHAS 840 AM
"john fogerty" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Going with a John Fogerty cover guy. Oh, really? Yeah, At least that's what I heard all to double check that I I swear, I heard it was a cover John Fogerty With what? It was one of those guys with those with those crazy names like, Don foolhardy or something like that. They try to They try to keep it similar, but they're not really the person who it is, but I find it hard to believe that ZZ top with tour with the cover guy, But you know, it doesn't matter if fans enjoy the music. I mean, look how many times foreigners played the state fair. Well, and you know, this is this is the other part of this topic is interesting to me because I used to have bands. You had America. You know, you had CC top. He had, like, seven. Whatever name your band, right and you still have bands. You know, but you don't You seem to have more individuals. Well, let me save country music, particularly pop music Right now. Let me let me well. I will tell you and I'll find the article because I believe it was Variety, wrote the article, and I'll find it where they said there's a trend now in music. Where the band as you knew it is going away, and it's because one the popularity of e D. M has just and and the money that EDM DJs are being paid has gone through. I mean, sometimes more than athletes. Has gone through the roof and they're finding it. It's just easier to manage when you're a one person show or when. To your point. You have like Cole Swindell. I played him earlier this morning. Right. He simply goes by Cole Swindell. He doesn't have a band. Can't say the Cole Swindell. I mean, what you're not gonna have No. Are there hits going to remain in 20 or 30 years? I'm gonna bring up an old call. I guess so, you know, because you know, but You know where I'm coming from. It's just like it seems like there's more individuals. It's great observation because there is that's then there's a band. Yes, yes, the band As you know, it is probably it has gone by the It's not gone by the wayside, but it clearly is not as prevalent as what it was back in the eight seventies eighties even to some degree of the nineties. Yeah, It's a very interesting because they're finding out. I mean, these people that head up this, you know. Billie Eilish, for example, is coming to the KFC Yum Center. Exactly. Obviously she's bringing, but she's good and people are going to pay through the nose to see that. She's very talented, Very talented. Good man. Yeah, She's very You look at one show that both Tom and I are going to that. We actually grant you'll get Kane Brown. He's coming to the Caribbean center. Eric Church is coming to your point. It's not a band anymore more than it is just the lead singer. Now they have bandmates that they keep with them, You know, probably for the most part, but to some degree, I mean, it's you know, it's it's a different day and age. But if he and of course the same thing in the seventies eighties nineties, whatever, 60 whatever, Uh but but honestly, it just seemed like there were Like the Beatles without Paul McCartney just would never work. No, John Lennon. I mean, you know, it's just like you just can't do that. Right? So no, it's Yes. So you just I mean, you just wait and see and and just wait and see what happens and watch music evolved. But they're finding it easier to tour without a band. Now, maybe that will come back in time it very well could And then, of course, it doesn't mean it's not to say that that's not been done before I eat Keith Urban. It's just Keith orbit, but he brings it. He brings a band with him and has had some folks in his men. Alan Jackson, for example. He's had his still guitar player is just phenomenal. He's been with him forever. But it's just Alan Jackson.
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Arlo Guthrie, Tory And Carlos Santana discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Fifty years on and Arlo Guthrie was back on stage at the side of the original Woodstock and then the Woodstock festival was celebrate Tory and up in the air I think it was the it was the end of something it was the end of it time that was also very wonderful got three Carlos Santana and John Fogerty