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"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Go to work with a lot at stake you'll low cost on this not true. There's one expression like we're a if you think he's expensive to hire that experienced person. Just think how much it will cost. You hardly ever no experience. Yeah i'm that's i mean that's a great point so anyways so you so you wanna get on his mother tangents right now so you you just had a you just had govan not just changing. But that's the only time. No worry lovesick for about two weeks Never lost smeller or tasting and never let a fever but it was just Super low energy No stamina strength so we were talking earlier before this and we talked about the the sense of smell and taste on going away and you know. There's people that i i. I know that have still have a bag. But you have a story about one of your buddies Finding finding his newly sense. yes so apparently. There's some sort of thing this is apparently thing your nose. Your lucky will know that you memories are tied to you. Smell the freshman class. You think of football practice spoiler So this guy he had Lost his sentence mel that states. Everything pretty pretty bad. And then somehow in the process it like Rewired his brain so the wind. His smell came back. It mixed up some of the smell. Like what do you mean. So for example he was the brush his teeth and he said it smelled like a fart. Okay and then. He looks toothbrush. I guess it's been while maybe this do purchases shopped toothbrush. Same thing again a chocolate the to pay same thing again and busy Two or three things that are in his life that the us to smell like to face now. He associates that toothpaste melt in his brain. Said rewired as you realize how miserable that has pretty much every mantilla thing that should help your hygiene and make you smell good you. You're walking around thinking that you smell like a far. That's brutal. i know that's at. I think it's been getting better but it was like it was one of these things and he was smell. It was that's mark's officials. Bronx that's all i don't i don't care if if it's getting better even one day of that. That's that's bad. Bet that is bad. It's hard it's hard to feel cleaner. It is and then a and this is what's going on the world today with all this i mean he's got the delta variant. Then you've got people still don't happening is some people. It's kind of an now. It's kind of a people that are tired of lockdown but also support the but it's it's kind of a schmo report out. I think everybody's tired of the lockdown. I really do. I think there's a lot of fatigue. yes And i think the things been interrupted things been interesting to me is is the thing that scares me. A little bit is the vaccine mandates. Yes demanding somebody do something like demanding. Young as some of the injects the arm and.

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"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"So i know the drilling side of dallas. So real quick can guidance knowledge about the completion of so we got to two main Three main product lines incompletions. One is a manufacture. The coolest frac plug. Okay okay are the guy who founded the business. He's actually the inventor first patent-holder for composite. Plugs is pretty cool right. This guy hit talking to and you talked to him. It's like so he's Him in our engineer sitting office within last week and they were going on and on on Like they're speaking code engineering code of all this stuff like shortcuts. It was incredible. Just listen these guys who have done experienced talking about. Hey we can take this and make us better than this knock seven getting conversations like that where you're talking like one of your friends your colleagues also next thing you know they get into their day they get into. What their dogma art. This is all over my head but my brain like. I don't know exactly what i'm catching like a little bit of it. Yeah but i always feel. It's smarter afterwards. That's got things ain't never in the wrong room and then So that that's a call. The nighthawk frac plug them and then The other services we have it's called the restrain in fracturing there to kind of complimentary services away to what we is a completely unique thing it doesn't exist. Norther company offers similar redeployed at trailer amounts of fracture. It looks like a kind of a like a light. Okay or imagine like a barbecue cooked jalen the second close. Yeah i'm basically plug into the clean side in the the blender of the Operation and then it runs through these two sort of parallel a trains of chemistry measurements. And we do real time. Automated chemistry measurements of When it's clean enright is going into the well. So supposedly manages your ruling spoons right. You mentioned a monday near takes sample analysis every couple hours. Maybe once a day. It's kind of similar fractured. We dump all these chemicals in a big big bucket anything. That's exactly representative of everything for the entire franchise. So we're actually we can show that on joseph's second-by-second basis were shown exactly how the fried foods are changing. So you can make adjustments. Because it's because it's real time exactly and that's the idea is exciting. It is is really cool right so one of the things that you know. That's challenging for especially for operators. Now that they're trying to use more because the cost of water is so yeah. They're trying to use more produced water as a cost but produce water has different chemistry. And you take produce water in some freshwater. He makes together. You can very different very different properties. Which can dramatically impact the effectiveness of your operation so we can measure those things confusing real time in. Help the operator understand how to tweet. Chemicals turn the knobs or the nonce. Yeah they don't they don't have a couple of knobs term but some nassir expensive in some stops can be very effective in. If you don't if you're not looking at information you actually won't know what In go to turn the expensive nam dump a bunch of Expensive the not always i think. Sometimes it's the wrong thing and so being blurs How is it. Introducing this new. If you are the only ones that have that. I mean how is this. i guess. introducing this to The production engineers and all that stuff just because in times are now no really wants to do in a. I wasn't any there's background noise deal with it..

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"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"We won't say you're you're the you're i'm john hammond oil in wanna make a deal with jp out gp's hedge fund and say okay. Look sell all my woo at or or seventy percent of To you at a price of forty five dollars a barrel for the next year ago and that's good for me because it locks in at least i know what mine you can play because you know like amex things In the for you. The upside is if the price goes above than you. Have you make money off the off. The difference in your risk is if you're having to pay forty five dollars fits Lose right that's the kind of the base right. So what happens. Is if the if if if i've got a contractor the end of this year that forty five dollars a barrel even though the the market price is seventy seventy. I'm not benefiting from that difference. You are right right. And so if i'm not big that from an extra profitability then i'm still operating as though the price of oil was forty five dollars a barrel and so that will affect by investment. Mike affects decision. Worry about money. How many new wells do i drill new wells complete also because so because companies are hedging kind of a you know whatever that looks like because historically you see commodity prices the way they are i mean usually the recount is kind of parallel. Right it falls follows. I mean you're the higher prices go higher activity right you know. And there's and. I've always wondered like i've always. You know have assumptions wonder. Why the activities not dare happens on picking up. How come anything like that. But i guess that kind of i think that's part of the story. I think the other part of it is because twenty twenty was so challenging even if even if they were realizing all the full product. I think there's some companies that are probably trying to recoup some of that restore their balance sheets. Get kinda healthy again before they then go singing bunch of money. I think there's been a common theme in our industry. It's like now. Our industry needs operate. Like a business up. You know what. I mean in the us rather than just of get just. You can't apply through the amazon model of disrobe grove. In hope at some point is gonna turn into something guy in trouble noon..

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"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Ever had to stand because we didn't want people like scheduling meetings and drag on these meetings just to sit around and said like hey guys get back to work with. A meeting is not work. Meeting is like to get back to work and we would always like super tight sharp. Actually like that mr good Elon musk cappelli. Says if there's more than six people in the meeting it's not effective and he says is if you have nothing to contribute to the meeting. It's not rude to just get up and leave you know what honestly like it's kinda hard core but like there's a kind of a wild card but he but he's he's worried that for you know what i mean. I mean whether it's whether you agree with these different like whether he's using the well it doesn't matter what he but he's a frigging asia so pretty much. You're saying anyone italian service if it's more than six people and you're sitting and you're sitting. You're not contributing. Just get up and walk out well. We haven't adopted that adopted that the aggressive stance we're working on but it is is an option out there that the people can choose from people from other companies right that so so manson sampath. It's so you've got a role in april of twenty twenty one right so it was at four five months. September still timber or plus five nine perfect by months yet. So it's been it's been a change. Shaw was previously. I was really more heavily focused on the Tallies got three three divisions vivid drilling business. The completions business production visits hanso approves. The i was working in drilling services. So that's Directional drilling steering wheel manufactured motors. Make him w equipment got some cool software and then Now in my remarking role. I'm going to be involved other a lot of the other product lines within entailing In which have been great for me. I'm always engaged interested when i'm learning in so my background. My experience as much more in the drilling sites again to be getting more exposure to completions was kind of no-load about but but the production of is to to all other animal right. So is this expression like You know if you're in if you're the smartest guy in the room you're in the wrong room. Yes i am never ever ever in the wrong room. Let's get exactly right which is great so like it's a it's a lot of islam to learn But it's it's great. It's senior coming. You're coming in this role pretty much when you were. You were focused on the drilling side of things in the drilling. What tally offers on the drilling side. Now you came over to. This is vice president marketing. And you're right. You do need to know what you're talking about if you're gonna communicating not only the brand but also kind of who y'all are i mean because you need to know who you're talking to what you're talking about the value proposition. Where do we fit in the market. Exactly exactly so how so. I know there's a lot to learn us up. I mean so you have a good support group. They're the grain of greek team. Okay is a great team really. Blessed is one of the things. I think under diplomatic way to say this one of the things that as you go through the struggles of oilfield last eighteen months. you really find out who you want to have on the bus. Who's you on your team So how i guess talking about the in the last eighteen months getting here. So i won't go back to your old too but i mean what's real quick..

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"john hammond" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Unspooled

"He's too stupid to be afraid of. Ma how dare you. I mean like you know. I think that there's a. There's a way of looking at that like that. I will say there's a fun little callback also with nejra that during his argument with john hammond in the beginning jaaz is playing in a small video window on one of his computer screen so what is also decorating his computer. Here's a picture of a there That man is oppenheimer the man who could be atomic bomb. Yeah that's a little callback but actually speaking a ways of getting information across eu touched on the way that this film handles exposition. I wanna talk about that a little more. Because i think you're right. I especially love of course the film strip that we get explaining what dna is it how it works. Where did you come from from your blood. Just one drop of. Your blood contains billions of strands of dna the blocks of life. Dna strand like me is a blueprint for building a living and sometimes animals that went extinct millions of years ago. Like dinosaurs left their blueprints behind for us to find. We just had to know where to look. And what. I love about that sequence to explain it like a disney ride would explain like it's simple enough but also like the the characters of the mr dna which makes think of what they're doing right now and low key low key is another show that is blowing out exposition and interesting ways..

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Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies, Security Firm Says

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies, Security Firm Says

"A ransomware attack Friday has paralyzed the computer networks of at least two hundred U. S. companies the head of a cyber security firm working on the problem says hackers targeted a software supplier called Cassella using its network management package as a pipeline to spread the ransomware bug through cloud service providers cyber expert John Hammond says he believes it's the work of a Russian speaking ransomware syndicate and he calls this a colossal and devastating supply chain attack could say it has urged its customers to immediately shut down servers running the affected software Jackie Quinn Washington

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"john hammond" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"john hammond" Discussed on KCRW

"FW's With young comrades like Steve Van Sant. He was schooled in R and B and soul of the song writing of Bob Dylan, the other Giants of the moment. But by 1972, he had written some songs that he hoped would propel him to the next step. To a record deal now and and an early point you managed to get an audition with the great John Hammond, who had discovered any number of jazz greats sitting across from John Hammond with just your guitar in an office, right? How did you mean? Anything to know right away as he said that that has happened. Historically, any number of times. Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday Count Basie. Yeah, that was That was a wild wild day because I didn't have an acoustic guitar. So I had to borrow one from Vinnie Ski bots Man yellow, who was the Original drummer in the Casteels. You just made up that name Did you know there was a baby bots and missing? It's also but so I borrowed a guitar, said Vinnie. Let me to get Tarbert didn't have a case. So I have to get on the bus and I gotta go to New York with kind of the guitar over my shoulder, which is a very embarrassing, you know, it's zenith. Illogical. Almost. Yeah. So we get to the city and amazingly enough, the music business was Was at that moment was such that John Hammond, one of the greatest and our men and producers. Of our time. We're seeing idiots off the street, You know, s O..

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"john hammond" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In fact, Green Bay may run combination of Dexter Williams. Tyler Ervin in the backfield Tart. Richard James took part in limited practice and their questionable for tomorrow. Uh, tart's got a groin. James's got an ankle injury. Shanahan said. There'll be no Tevin Coleman know Deebo Samuel No Dimitrius Flanigan. Polls Obviously no Garoppolo and no kid will grapple by the way, still gathering multiple opinions for medical professionals before he decides whether or not to undergo ankle surgery, which would essentially and his season. Right lion to put quarterback Matthew Stafford on the Reserve Covert 19 list. Dante Pettis picked off waivers by the New York Giants, John Hammond says the San Francisco Giants are going to sign Trevor Bauer this offseason. He predicts Power's gonna get a $515 million deal from the Giants and ESPN is set to lay off hundreds of their employees. Getting as soon as tomorrow as they're still looking at a business with lots of people cutting the cord would see a global pandemic that those were the half past eight months. Tollberg, Kruger and Brooks now continue on KNBR 1045 and 6 80 sports leader. We don't do politics around these parts here on the Tolbert, Kruger and Brooke Show can't be. Are these sports leader? Because well, we're these sports leader. But gentlemen,.

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"john hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What I want to ask you about first when I know big moment for me with your music was early on in high school, Somebody slipped a bootleg cassette. Of your 1970 to audition of Columbia records. Which later came out on tracks. This is before then, and You know, you could hear that. Normal guy I was talking about, sort of on the cusp of This. Life changing moment. It sort of. Seems like you know, Before that you were Bar band King and New Jersey and then after effects were started. A broader career. So I wondered if you would tell us about that day when you went to Columbia Records and audition for John Hammond, OK? Big life changes borrowed a guitar from The drummer from the cast deals. And I didn't have. I don't think I had an acoustic guitar in my own time. And the worst part about it was guitar did not have a case. So that means I'm going to be on the bus. Traveling in New York City out on the streets in New York. Just carrying a guitar midnight cowboy style so I can't tell you how embarrassing that issue. No, it's Ah, so I have the guitar. I had my manager and amazingly enough, he has talked his way into A audition with John Hammond. So That's how different the music business was at the time. That John Hammond would see. Two idiots off the street. Sight unseen, never heard of you before and you could walk into his office and perform. So Obviously it was a big day as 22. But I've been around quite a while and I You know it had some semi successful bands down in New Jersey. But I knew that but I never had a You know, I never had a real shot at making a record. And I just read that Dylan Anthony scared autobiography, So it was quite a bit about John Hammond in it. So needless to say, Oh, my arteries should be clogged and I should been having a heart attack, You know, on the street. But I'm trying to Two. Judo jujitsu myself into not being too panicky. So I talked about it in the book. I'm going up in the elevator. And I'm talking to myself saying Well. I don't have anything. So I have nothing to lose the worst that can happen. As I walk out with same as I came in Which is okay, because I'm a musician. I enjoyed playing music. Um My life will just go on. Needless to say, by the time we got to the Floor. I had almost convinced myself that my was true. But not quite so we walked down the hall. We're in black ROC titties Big CBS building at the time in New York, and we walked down the Kyle Long, Carter and then very small office. Probably not a whole lot bigger than this. This rug. Sits John Hammond with the tie and the suit on and the grey flattop haircut in the Warum glasses with the big smile on his face. He welcomes us in I need us to say, you know, I was with my manager Mike Appel, who? I don't know if a lot of you are familiar with this style. But it was Confrontational. When whether there was something to confront or not. So he walks in, and he starts immediately stealing John Hammond on the next greatest things and six beer and Bozo the clown on John Hammond is kind of listening. Then he says, he brought me up to make sure just see if John Hammond really had ears if discovering Dylan was a fluke. I'm standing there with my guitar, so John Hammond finally says Play something for me. So I sit down on the chair I play stayed in the city. And I finished and I look up and he just says, you've got to be on Columbia records. So just took the one song it was played one song on that's what he said. And literally, I started seeing Pink elephants and stars and all kinds of things and we tried to keep our cool. I played a few other things. I think I played growing up. I played a song called If I was a priest. Ah, and hey said, Okay, you know, will A couple of weeks. Clive Day I had to play for Clive John at the time said to seal a deal had to play for Clive Davis. So in a few weeks, I came back and I did that. But we left that day We went down the elevator and we got out on the street. And it was just Oh, man, it was just a goldmine time. You know we were. We went insane on the streets in New York. Insane. I was fricking dancing with that guitar now. I was carrying it over my shoulder with pride. I didn't care who saw. That was my big day. That's great..

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"john hammond" Discussed on X96

X96

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on X96

"It's a coin toss up says Tails. I'm sorry, Leo. Okay, right out the gate. Well, that's all over for Leah. Well, I don't know. Let's see how Gina does with Jurassic Park Trivia released on this day in 1993 just so you know the movies referenced in this trivia are the 1st 3 the original trilogy, Okay? You got it. All right. So Gina has the first question. Here we go. Gina? Yeah. Who's the founder of Jurassic Park. Was it a Tom Shane? Be John Hammond. See Ian Malcolm. Or D Elon musk. Be Mr John Hammond. That is correct. The score is wanted off in Vergina. Now Leah has a chance to tie Leah. Ah, Dennis. Ned re is a character in it's played by Wayne Knight. Who I believe Bill knew it sometime. Yes, I worked with him. Ah, at an office building you, Johnny. You were, too. Bill Bill's a channeling bill right now. Bill told me that he worked with Mr Date at an office building in New York City. Well, here is a couple of interesting things about that. There's that that Bill knew him and Wayne Knight, the Dennis Ned re character is getting a brand new action figure. Oh, Wayne will get a piece of that. I think it's from hot toys or something, but it has two heads on it. You can let let Bill No, it has two heads. It has the normal way night head and then one where he has been squirted by the acid from the from the school. It also comes. This action figure comes with what I'm about to reference What object? Does Dennis Ned re used to smuggle the dinosaur embryos out of the park? It's not your questions is questioned by police. Please be a polite Game show contestant. All right. So what object is Dennis used to smuggle the dinosaur embryos out of the park was a he built a little box. Oh, cure You came up. Be a remains of the day lunchbox. See a shaving cream can or d in a place where nothing should enter. The same queen can shaving cream can is correct. The score is tied. They have shaving cream 1 to 1. Down, We go to the always gracious Gina Barbera. Gina? Yeah. In Jurassic Park three. What does Dr Grant say? Is a very bad idea. Is it a voting Republican? Be yelling. See petting the dinosaurs. Or D, mixing vodka and Pepsi. Ah, yelling. Yelling is correct. It's 2 to 1 that Leah. Now you have a chance to tie up the game. Leo. The DNA used to recreate dinosaurs was found in a mosquito encased in what material Is that a amber? Be cold, Clean Coal, the cleanest of coal see dinosaur poop. Or D sandstone. Hey, Amber. Amber is correct. It's a gripping contest you T to. Now, the ever gracious Gina Barberry has a chance to win the game. Gina? Yes. Why did Ellie leave Dr Grant and everyone else in the beginning of the first Jurassic tour? Why did she leave today? She wanted to study and help the sick Try. Sarah tops. Maybe she had to tend to her sprained ankle. See she was scared and wanted to go home. Or D, she had to rush off to vote dot Utah dot gov to change her party affiliation. I believe it was to care for the sick. Tried Sarah tops. That is correct. And.

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"john hammond" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Will talk to our buddy John Hammond is weekly spot coming up at five o'clock the the bracket that I worked so hard on is now posted its live for people to live here I have been told by a number of people that is off although I haven't but I know nothing else but that let's say and I got to tell you the more I think about it I do like it that way I actually think it's better off that I don't know anything correct you know I would write it I don't want to know I don't think you should know I think it's good for whatever we do each match up I tell you the match up we break it down you tell us what's most painful bone we move on right because I think if you see it you start to overthink it too much so I understand it but if anyone else wants to see it here's the website you can go to I kid you not WFAN dot com back slash paying double fan dot com backslash pain now this is going to start tomorrow as it was on to do it is yeah I think well what we can do is we can do the play in match up because I did have four different play in match we added so we got like two games in Dayton to start it off correct we're gonna go to date tomorrow okay kind of get those out of the way it's all right it works out perfectly there's a play in match up that only involves the jets there's a plan match up that only involves the Knicks there's a plan match up it only solves the mats and there is a ranger play in match okay so you and and those that that there is this the same team is matched up in each one that's right that's the only time that happens after that it's basically all over the place that's very good thing that you did it that way I have some thoughts I don't know if it was the right decision but by right right Hey I figured out as we go along but you can check it out at WFAN dot com slash pain or the Twitter account Evan Roberts W. F. and I did tweet that out last night if you want to break down the entire bracket nice one guy who helped I give him a lot of credit he was a part of the the blue collar panel blue color panel blue what whatever the panel is you know okay yeah Blue Ribbon I think right little color blue blue collar and blue route that's right that would that would cover it that would be consulted Iran Staten Island I appreciated your help how are you Sir good what happened never happened Joe and Evan for his job and you're so right David Jones knowing nothing about this and you hear them right as you approach him with the question I think I need to crack and I think that's the way to go yes I don't know anything about it I I do a couple people already told me that it's out there but nobody's said a word and I really wanna know we're good so I appreciate that keep it you know and everybody thank you now it's better that way and you know what a great job having her mind I loved it her her really has a special place in my heart and you know if you look at the five years he was here the two years he didn't make the playoffs for the two years that have quarterback in your chat got hurt yeah and all five was ridiculous because people we had a competent backup with feedlot and a couple of plays if Chad goes out was fifty look at her or call back at Pittsburgh game in Evans I will I will I will give you the whole child and you're always going out of what Canada's our time so I just kind of stood on the side and then you remember that right you remember be going at it with those guys right that's why I walked away I didn't want any part of it was getting really nasty and I remember waiting at the airport I would listen I heard you're with Mike that morning yeah I don't yes well which was a sterile but didn't get a charge again you know what's the most amazing thing about the game I don't know if I was in if you guys heard on television as this game is going on in between I think it was indeed a might have been any overtime I think Curtis gets it gets a shot and I think he actually got a concussion and start getting into it too heated argument on the sidelines with a running backs coach I don't remember his first name was bishop or is lasting was bishop but he did get into it I'm actually takes a swing at him and this is one of the song really and it turns out that one just yet yet this it doesn't mean this is really a it got nasty and what happened was Jordan's of common in the game and I had a good run to set up the winning field yeah right right look what you what you know what we're getting back back to Herman at Pittsburgh game you know with the Bob Bryan and her play to conservatives get all of that but what about six eight minutes ago better suggests I believe that this is going in okay yards for a touchdown and fumbled and the jets get the ball like I said it's like six minutes ago it is about the jets up and is our third down play and chat had nothing left on his arm and moist Santana moss goes across the middle he's wide open and chat through it about two or three yards behind and if Morse if you completed after some loss the rest of the game probably were never played out the way it played out but if not I'm gonna leave it at that the brackets are coming out I can we do you discuss or whatever and when not I would assume that gamers ponder bracket so I I I'm not sure yes I know it definitely made yeah that yeah I I do remember in the San Diego game that eat looking back at it follows a lot of similarities to what happened the jets the following week yet very simple not only a kicker missing a big kick but they got very conservative too and they were running the football and he shot Thomas yeah it was always good service man no question no question and it really helped contribute to that victory but look if they would have won that game which is a regret I think a lot of jet fans have I think we know what the reality would have been the following week and the wouldn't have been very good no we don't need to say what next the patriots you're right about that still would have been nice to win a game to get the AFC title game but they would not have won that game here Ralph is in Yonkers say Ralph Ralph how are you eight Hey good afternoon fellow hope everyone staying safe you too in the here so I want to commend the fan on these classic broadcast and media great last night because the deal saying it looks look at the night the yo hand one hit shutout it's going to be great you guys don't listen the one okay I see what's going on here not lose you see what you're doing here look well I was always I don't need to see it again was it look Ralph I I know what you're doing thank you fan around what what what and I are both huge admirer of the met you know if you've got good intentional hit a cold I thank god I know I Carol is a yank you don't understand that you know what I mean he got his shots in it and then he said let me get some more shots look we understand that Johan Santana gave up a hit that should have been called the bay said no Carlos Beltran I understand that you understand that but throughout baseball history there are moments that are littered with bad calls and you don't get read news in sports you know we had key Fernandez on earlier and I brought up a bad call in game five against the Astros that went the Mets way and Keith even said you know what we probably lose the game we probably lose the game two to one yep guess what you don't get reduced in sports nope Jeffrey Mayer who I don't know what he's doing now but god bless him reach over and brought in a ball that could have been caught by Tony to rascal but guess what it wasn't they screwed up the call the Yankees got blossom took advantage of it and they won the game and they won the series that's how sport that's what sports is so I'll give you another went through about the tuck rule let's be let's be honest okay if they could give me that old accounts come home about how you know that was the rule will Coleman that was a fumble let's be real Tom Brady fumble the freaking football there little did we know yeah they don't know yet I didn't know don't know what that would turn into no I did not know what that would turn into in that moment it was fun to great games of all time with the snow into the blizzard that welfare without was a great game no question you know that'll probably rewatch that at some point next to the game to watch that's a real that's a that's one of the top probably top ten all time NFL games that I in the end that I if I just wrote it you know we talked to just put it down to ten that probably would be in there somewhere well you know me I love the significance of what happens next I think that right tributes right inside the game and I think that is why to me I totally agree if I'm ranking great games important games it's up there because kind of old leach what we've witnessed over the last twenty years no details like history could have been different if that call was different no question about it no doubt Jim is in Stamford Connecticut Hey Jim Jim how are you yeah so I want to thank you guys from formality one of our sports inspection but I've always had one question about what he and here they are he was hit in the first on one of the first players there are over a hundred thousand dollars and I've been told that the end of one year he gave a twenty five thousand dollar raise back because you said you didn't have that for the year he really never what will it look I'm not disputing it just finds it all if find it hard to believe anybody would give gonna give money back then yeah five thousand dollars back that is probably what two hundred fifty thousand dollars now a lot of money right your record player parade going from going dark I mean if you're not sure why I was hoping you could validate it yeah I don't know I don't know if that's true or not is that just that sounds like a little bit of folklore you know that's the problem with these things in mind if there could be some kernel of truth to the whole thing in the leg he donated it to charity or something which you would see in twenty twenty and you're seeing it happen all the time giving the money back to the bed not I guess they weren't billionaires at the time but millionaires owners in the nineteen forties I don't know I don't know if he does find it hard to believe or say that yeah I would lean towards the whole so the two rows in Orlando Florida with a brown Ralph how are you well get an area good good room ESPN reported about the after suspension that the season is canceled the report was that their suggestions would be considered either completed or Nolan void however you want to work completed in your top on that and then if you think that would affect also the you know to make our mantra section no because my understanding of this Ralph from buster only he's the one who reported is that Hinch and Luhnow were suspended for a season okay they were plate suspended for the twenty twenty season and so that's what it's tied to while if you're suspended for PD use or domestic violence it's set with games and so that number is not going to change if you were suspended twenty games you've got to serve twenty games they were suspended a season now look here's where I understand it more my first reaction is to have a problem with it like if you're spending guys for a year and there's no year to really service suspension right I would say no the better argument you could have is let's say it's a fifty game season well yeah that's a season like that I'd agree with you on that I'd say yeah they played a season Luhnow was out Hinch was out it counts as a season doesn't specify it's got to be a hundred and sixty two games I understand that but if there's no season whatsoever then did they really serve a one year seat your suspension I would lean towards now yeah probably not probably not hope this offseason let's hope that yeah I was gonna say let's just hope that this is something we're talking about only one second and it doesn't matter because we do get a season right right Kurtz on Long Island what's going on or how are you Hey guys good afternoon hope all's well over that seat in your car thank you thank you Hey Jonathan I'm quitting with the giants with the draft now do you yeah I guess you think the judge is going to go on offensive tackle the giants you should get a maybe a center in the second round yeah yes I do you know of course yeah and I can't rely on how appeal coming back to the health concerns yeah so I'm I'm thinking of taking maybe the guys could maybe get this guy wires or maybe they're saying the tackle from Alabama and maybe early in the second round as a senator from Wisconsin but the very good yeah yeah yeah and show another thing you were talking about some great games a few weeks ago your nav and then you'll going over the game what out of Brady's when he slashed yeah right and so and then the game with stem cow ski what about the how we may nineteen seventy one when the Rangers lost I'll I got a win can Morrow scored the game winning goal it would hi right right and I'm not a wide.

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"john hammond" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Yous which moves it's always a pleasure stay safe as well as the family okay very good judge John Hammond everyone knows so much John Hammond I will get back to your telephone calls I should say John Hammond is that with the enercom my baseball insider and Major League Baseball yeah I know from the number now and that of course is eight five five two one two four C. B. as a five five two one two four two two seven on the CBS sports radio network may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down to my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P..

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"john hammond" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A criminal element and that's what the state police function is not to vilify someone who made a mistake I made a bad investment governor general Monday a suit seeking the release of the grand jury material in two thousand seventeen but tell Martin's office said it would have a chilling effect on the grand jury process a few hours after the decision Curt Schilling took to Twitter as he often does writing I'd said since day one release every page of every email of every document remotely related to this entire thing from all involved in a Curt Schilling should not be public enemy number one in this whole fiasco you know I don't know we might never find out who Public Enemy number one actually isn't who deserves all the criticism for putting us the taxpayers on the hook in for putting all the action in the basket of a video game company the governor by the way through her spokesperson expressed disappointment said that the public will not be able to gain additional insight into the failure of thirty eight studios in that deal the governor the spokesperson says has worked hard to end the culture of special deals such as thirty eight studios and to provide more transparency the American civil liberties union agrees by the way which joint common cause Rhode Island the New England first amendment coalition and the Rhode Island press association in arguing transparency should outweigh secrecy they also expressed disappointment ACLU said while we appreciate the court's thorough analysis of those issues we continue to believe that the overriding public interest in transparency regarding this exceptional episode in the state's history warranted disclosure of the grand jury records it's now seven fifty off we go to the roadways sun splashed roadways this morning at least for right now into the traffic center is John Hampel being brought to us by publishers clearing house has more company among many five west getting past broad ladies Providence and then certainly down from Washington bridge toward South Main street little busier down from Smithfield and branch Avenue on ninety five south of her brain Jabouin one forty six south as well ninety five north bound is a slower go up from retaining Cranston if you see a problem call the Providence auto body traffic tip one eight six six nine nine nine seventy two hundred with her southern New England traffic I'm John Hammond this is the last chancellor in just days publishers clearing house will award five thousand dollars a week forever you could win five thousand dollars a week for your life plus after that five thousand.

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"john hammond" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"john hammond" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Before we talk about Kyle long in his spins working with cap the last three days Tuesday Wednesday and earlier today John Hammond weeding out red Sox are said to be trying to reconfigure the part of the bats three team deal with the twins meeting more than greater all while they're still hope to make a deal gets done in some form some involved are now suggesting it's not a certainty and because of that because that's not official yet also puts on hold the Jack Peterson and Ross Stribling trade to the angels because they don't want to get rid of Jack Peterson if they don't have a movie bats sell it and they do have he bats they're going to have three outfielders that are all center fielders AJ Pollux gonna be laughed Ballenger in center and Mookie in right so you're to have three guys that can play center field so you basically have three guys that are centerfield defenders and can be it can play in center field and you're gonna have a really good out field and obviously what they can do hitting and if they can at it if if AJ Poliquin ever stay healthy it be nice to see what what would happen with him Kyle long was Alan cap the last three days and he had a Gaston today that would probably an easy book for him Chris long came on and that Chris retired already and he is a guy doing a lot of other things but they did ask him about what he thinks about of course the bears quarterback Mitchell too busy well I think makes it like a lot of quarterbacks league most of them where you need you know context around quarterbacks matter matters and and I I like contacts personnel scheme there's only a couple quarterbacks in the league that can do it in any scheme anywhere and I'm talking about guys in their prime so I don't want to take away from their rods in the world to Tom Brady's away you know certainly they've proven that out over a long period of time your brief although drew Brees as been with the the offense to you know genius Sean Payton the Antarctic this career other than you know that stand in San Diego there by forgets about but I think when you look at like a guy like Matt Coles you the perfect example Nicole's Superbowl MVP slay the dragon you know put up forty one on the patriots Tom Brady outdoor ham also set records under chip Kelly and fairly but also was really rough and Saint Louis when I was there had a really rough year under Jeff Fisher fans want him out of town he just got benched in Jacksonville and I love Nick Foles tremendous leader really really good quarterback but what matters is the scheme and what's happening around you for most guys know there's guys like that you're my homes additional lots and I I still think you can tell Carson once in there and obviously Russell Wilson guys that you can plug in in any scheme because their search the you know talented mystery this year the guy who's a middle tier quarterbacks and there's nothing wrong with that there's only so many quarterbacks in the world it's the toughest position in sports in my opinion and he's the guy that you need to move in the pocket you need to get the run game going you get your tight ends involved they do that with a lot of quarterbacks and you you know the biggest thing that I've watched rescue Chicago is and I say this because I when I played them in the playoffs I didn't feel like it was a physical outfit they had physical players but this game has to be physical and if this game is physical takes pressure off match you have what you got obviously he's not that my home that's fine yeah I know they were the same year you can't go back and do that again but that's not the slight major thing Mr when you football game you're just in the playoffs with them built around a run the football why you got him and see what happens I love that response Chris and that's a candid response and it's one that I think everybody can in that it's not something we can argue with right well I mean you know there's just so many quarterback they can just do it anywhere and that like you know there's better ones in the special ones and that's yeah that's where they're treated as such I guess what makes him special but I wasn't a special player neither was Carl I mean like there's only few not no offense to anybody on the phone here but you know the there's only a few special players in the league and it becomes especially important at quarterback you know the the the special ones are the ones you can plug in anywhere which is not a special and that's okay there's only a couple teams was special yeah he's right about that Chris long joining his brother Kyle long and cap earlier today and he's right there are only a couple of special quarterbacks and it was interesting I can't remember who said it now because it was so much football talk today I don't remember was Kyle over was crecer was how we are for was Andy Reid who joined common in your call earlier today but they were discussing quarterbacks in money just been the guys somebody just been common in Europe or while and still be one of the two they were talking about if in fact wherever Tom Brady goes he's probably a look for a system that's more closer to what he does and some people are saying well it would only make sense or wherever Tom Brady went he would just say listen I'm only coming here if we do what I do best I don't care who your offense of coordinator is I don't care what your office of scheme is here's what we're going to do otherwise there's no reason for me to come in there because I want to win and I know what I can do there's no reason for me to learn your system so if I'm coming to your team you're going to have to play it what I do best and it seems that would make sense right that's what a coach is always supposed to do take his players and do what they do best and then try to figure out how to make a systematic that as opposed to taking a quarterback like Mitchell for basically who may be can't do what you want to do and then made Aggie tries to have him run his offense and we've seen that it hasn't necessarily worked very very well we'll hear from Kyle long talking about marriage we come back after this year any as we have one thousand.

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"john hammond" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"john hammond" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Should. yeah. these guys here that you know the forget I don't know how do you look for to dress but that day what would be more consulted on fashion and what can look like let me just say it well I'm sort of a very very handsome young man as. I think he's had to I don't know about to hit the we had either so just just don't do yourself a favor and check it out on you tonight. that that I was moving and I but you go with Tennessee tonight where the point half on the road against the Jaguars in jazz okay I thank you John John will love to you John the great John Hammond always ends up with us yelling at her about the hall of Famer voting. cy young whatever it may be it's true. boy we'll come back we'll get your calls and. sometime he love it I love we are going to go to like Brian can. we just disagree stellar dude the one thing I grew them about and I feel like this is been one is the wind thing the one thing here I get that the wind thing but I I I I I just have a hard time given the MVP I know what's happened in the past to a guy whose team can't even sniff being an array so that really does get me I have to say they need to change the war to a different day and what you want how best player real player year and the MVP they should do that so here's where I'm out with that I'm half with you half against alright here's well look at if it is of below out I have no problem with a rod winning in Texas are Andre Dawson winning in Chicago I don't have a problem with that okay because my question to you would be this should be my counter her point okay let's say Mike trout played a hundred and sixty two games right and it's seventy five home runs right and hit a hundred eighty RBI in his team lost ninety yeah he's doing it that's a that's an outrageous fees but the okay might I mean that's above and beyond normal okay so my question to that is what's the point where you say all my god that's so good I'm giving it to him and it would have to be something like that like that just so outrageous that you just say well you know I've got to give it to okay so I thought that was a time we track was doing that where he was that much better than everybody else that's not the case what is the year that I was pregnant yes he has a limit of about it about a year but pregnancy play more his best play different positions it is number is awesome I just look at his team the best female in a week absolutely a line that I have and I guess my line is a little bit different than yours were I'm willing to go with the guy on the bad team it's before seventy home runs but if it's reasonably close then I'm with then I go with the guy on the guy I just think that it's got to be you know just a stupid season and anyways he's the best player in baseball that the nine at but I I just got I got a real it's a real problem with that you know I mean we give me guidance you know help his team win a series of when a you know get the playoffs at least get the playoffs that kind of. well they should put our players around them because that teams stink yeah what a terrible they really are I will come back with your calls I'll give you the results on that Poland put out yesterday we check in every few months on who's the worst owner in New York and we we pick the three week. James and I root for right we basically. out obviously to Steinbrenner's around you know who the hell would vote for the star bright right that's voting that they're the worst owner what would you be thinking it was a time when I bet you would get both like that for George even when the Yankees were still wanted Japanese ships. I think after nine after the mid nineties out went away yeah maybe I also will give the results between will pond.

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"john hammond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"john hammond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The answer the great thing about this album is essentially was recorded in in one kind of session in Jackson Browne studio that Jackson Browne allowed the band to you know drive up the cog or not allow the band but gave the band come out to California to look you can use my studio if you want to record an album and and a whole story as to how they met which goes into meeting and playing with David Bowie etcetera etcetera we're talking with Alan Paul and ending L. Allah door the authors of the new book S. R. V. Texas flood the inside story of Steve you're a one of the guys join me again in this segment here guys so this this whole story about Jackson brought meeting Jackson Browne and this happened at the Montrose that much so festival to music festivals that right the journal in Allen into the ground good I'll be back in one second yes so they invited the marker so completely out of the blue because Jerry Wexler great producer was from New York was in Austin for something else saw the band was so blown away he called up the director of the mantra jets that just look this band I don't have a video tape I got nothing just trust me do it I did and then went over there to show itself with a little bit of a bummer if not you know they're sort of blew the reception with very muted our neighbor walked offstage feeling really bombed well what happened was that good boy was he came back out to them that that meant that you know you guys are incredible and I'd like you to play on my next album Stevie which of course they are excited about the known to to seriously that ended up being let down of course he did call up on it the next night they played in a musician bar and Jackson Browne and the whole band kind of stumbled into it they were blown away jammed with them until seven in the morning in Jackson said Hey I got a a studio and LA you can come user for free anytime you want so they did and they went recording what they thought was a demo to try to get a deal and John Hammond the great talent scout who signed Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen Billy holiday Charlie Charlie Christian yet he signed that he signed that there you know did union there and not only did he sign down but he said this isn't a demo this is the album and so what well those couple days the mantra which started out feeling like they were disaster turned out in fact to be you know sort of their career and that's and that's pretty cool then of course Steven going on to play on the David Bowie album let's dance which really of propelled David Bowie to to new heights of course there was some friction there is what you know the double trouble and and see you're ever gonna go on tour with David Bowie to open for them and there was some communication problems in some issues etcetera etcetera and you know for folks pick up the book definitely read the stories behind it it's an interesting story but any when you interviewed Stevie ray you product guitar with you that was that to break the ice now SO writing for guitar magazine in nineteen eighty four and you know I became a writer sort of by default because I've always been a guitar player and one of the things that the magazine as one for the time did it was a new thing was we did full transcriptions of songs rock songs you know stay would have an approval is whatever it might be and I had been writing music out like that from my students and guitar solos for myself for years so I started in there for magazines and they asked me to go do interviews with guitar players but a part of the interview with our do traditional interview but then I would ask the guitar player show me how to play the song over those licks and I would write all that out and music and that would be included in the interview and that's what made those interviews different and we found out guitar players love that helped make the magazine for successful so every interview I went to Steve Morris of body guide BB king Eddie Van Halen I would have my guitar and amp and plug them in rush you know a a whoever was or was not unusual with Stevie what was unusual was he came in it was December second eighty six Middleton Civic Center in Poughkeepsie I say hello to him and meeting for the first time he's got number one is main beat up guitar I plug him into the UP I plug my guitar to yeah we spontaneous he's just started to jam for ten minutes without saying anything and then we stopped and took my guitar OpenCV should we be doing and I said well I have to interview you now and he said oh I thought we were just gonna have fun this is Alan you know from that being just such a cool story it's so cool right that anti jam the the raid on the ten minutes at the start of Baylor really we even talk about anything right right but I mean that but that that's a moment that obviously it sticks in your mind for the rest of your life when you got to be cynical only a come Jammin with this guy he cities on believable right we we it was it was a kind of a was it was like a fanboy moment where you can't believe that you're you're just playing with this guy well don't forget I mean like I said this is disorderly happen with Peavey king and Buddy Guy and like you know all kinds of so you know I was a little bit immune to you know like the fan board part of it you know I mean I loved all these guys ride commuter Los Lobos in the case of Stevie you know he was only about a year older than me and you know I have been playing the juniors his music indoors since nineteen seventy four and so I felt a kinship to him and we were also very close in age so I was very happy to meet him and play with them and I had and less respect for him but did you know we were on the same wavelength as guitar players and in fact my guitar is in nineteen sixty one stroke that I put in seventy three and his guitars in nineteen sixty two sure that the people of nineteen seventy four India in every subsequent interview he would play my guitar the whole time and the last thing ever said to me after I interviewed him and Jimmy together for family style he played my guitar the entire interview and then he stood up and handed me my concerns that I still love your guitar let's see that that's that's pretty awesome we're talking with Alan Paul in any Eleanor the authors of the book Texas floods the inside story of Stevie Ray Vaughan just have their Facebook page Texas flood book for more information go to Amazon Barnes and noble you can get the book there were here on the Outer two oh crap your cast on M. nine seventy the answer Allen one of the great things about this book is that both you and then the rather than white this is a straight biography you told them into perspective that people could easily follow was that something that you wanted to do or a dude organically come together that way we started out with the idea of doing that and and that's because before we even began the new interviews for this book of which we did I mean hundreds and hundreds and hundreds we have between us already I mean you get you an estimate of how many over thousand hours of interviews the both of us have been working on this for many decades I have extensive interviews with you because and we also have them we both had a lot of interviews with Chris Layton Tommy Shannon India and countless hours of those in because we have these great interviews with Stevie just as the starting point wound up interviewing over a hundred people so we have such access to such great material it didn't seem like the right way to do it was to paraphrase it or put ourselves into it as much and and all because I think so eloquently in with so much passion and dedication that we really want the focus to be on them it you know it seems on the surface like it might be a quicker and easier way to do a book but in fact we are it's an incredible it's like they get to be a puzzle master because you have to put this all together but but you know just really felt like the way to do it because we had the interviews with the guys and we wanted their voices speak loud and clear yeah and I think that's really important now introduce it you know there's really only one book one bar to Stevie would and with is out there came out in nineteen ninety two and none of the band members are Jimmy and most of the people around Stevie the chose to not participate in the writing of the book and what this demonstrates clearly and we never could have written a book we want we want right without it would disturb mysteries clearly is that all of those people contributed to this book into telling finally telling Stevie story the way it deserves to be told so there it is right in front of you you know players there yeah I have to tell yet reading it over the weekend I mean just the story just flows one into the other the V. each per and you can kind of keep track of everything that's going on and what's happening at you know in various points of Stevie's career not less question for me guys and you can start first of the now in a second the best memory from each of you the moment you heard Stevie Ray Vaughan for the very first time ever ever your rat you drop the needle on the record you heard those those first couple notes any all I'll start with you what was what was going through your mind when you heard well I wrote it a little bit better than my author's note it was in the best plan eighty three hours of my mom's house just helping with some stuff in there is a radio on in the background I wasn't paying attention and let stand came on this new David Bowie single and you know I mean I'm a David Bowie fan I could hear was David Bowie but I wasn't really paying attention and then this guitar solo came and I just stopped in my tracks and I said what is going on because it said look just like our king so of course I thought Albert king is playing with they would really like this is the coolest thing most unexpected I mean we just genius to put this here blues guitar intensity in the middle of what was to discover new wave kind of a track and I was going back and forth in my mind that's not our it is Albert it's not over and of course download very shortly thereafter was a determining Steve group on so at I couldn't believe it uses his guitar playing is phenomenal on that track and that was this moment or I said well I have to you know find out more about this guy and very shortly there after the first album came out and then I went to see him that my father's place on Long Island so that's a moment I'll never forget nice Alan at your memory yeah you know I'm going to give up the first time I heard leading first time I saw him alive which you need how can I help a lot of slow coming around to media unfortunately but at the nineteen ninety well it does and heritage festival by then I was fully on board with Stevie and I was really excited to see him I push my way up to the front of the stage yeah and and and I didn't fully understand how how cool the thing that was now but I knew that it was his brother he was the guy from the fabulous Thunderbirds and the two of them play and it was just incredible and you know they were mostly he's playing a lot of them that your opinion staff window which is still probably my favorite album by it might think and you know that that was the experience with sticks with me forever standing there sweat drenched end of the long weekend at the wireless is being Berkeley way inundated with music from Stevie and then the bonus instinctively that was a very very very well great great members from both of you the book is fantastic my guests have been Alan Paul in any other door authors of the book Texas floods the inside story of Stevie ray Vaughn you can check them out their Facebook pages Texas flood book follow them all over social media but go buy the book Amazon dot com Barnes and noble so the New York times bestseller list it is a great book for the end of the summer the kind of have your reading to get in the fall and then for some Stevie ray on while you're while you're reading it it's definitely worth it to read to re appreciate of blues talent that has been gone for too soon Alan any thanks so much for joining me tonight very much appreciate it out thanks so much we appreciate it too thank you real pleasure so happy said the book is all about up next my interview with Sean Lawson from Lawson's finest liquids on the.

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"john hammond" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john hammond" Discussed on AP News

"P. digital news network police arrested a woman in Florida who they say try to attack another woman with a knife when she was denied a slice of pizza the Saint Augustine record reports the woman is accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with out intent to kill police said she became angry after another woman denied her a pizza slice when she asked for one the woman then told investigators she didn't remember much as a Friday she was still in jail with no attorneys listed in records fans at San Diego comic con who attended a form build only as a panel for terminator dark fate got an unexpected fly by the end is inevitable member the kindest headed for extinction thank you Sir Sir the large enterprise crowd went wild when Tom Cruise stepped on stage to debut the first trailer for Top Gun maverick cruise says all the flying in the trailer is real and that the new sequel is a love letter to aviation they worked with the maybe for the film which is currently in production Top Gun maverick is expected to hit theaters next June Val Kilmer John Hammond of miles teller costar crusade comicon was the perfect place to premiere the trailer he shot the original some thirty four years ago in San Diego a robot system could one day change the way corn is grown and monitored a team of scientists and engineers at university of Nebraska Lincoln have built an automated system capable of detecting an individual corn leaf and grasping it with.

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"john hammond" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"john hammond" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"The bottom line when pop Staples was still alive and John Hammond open for them, and she's like, oh, I remember that like it's just sometimes this business is just very exciting. And very it's just a powerful moment, man. I mean, she she's amazing. But. What it takes for me to get excited about his show? Just because I'm so sure it's going to be awkward. I mean, I've played this place before Royal Festival Hall is a big space meant for symphonies. Yeah. And I don't I don't always remember, exactly. I know the feeling I have when I do a space that seats over eighteen hundred like if I'm in his space seats from fifteen hundred to three thousand I tend to it's not that. I get nervous. But it's like will the vessel. Hold will the vessel. I'm occupying. Hold it. You know by the time, I get to the venue, Mike von God, not not as bad it used to be. But once I get on stage due to soundcheck. I'm like, okay. I remember this place. It's big it's a symphony space. It's it is what it is. And I know man, I just know, you know, I get out there. I got my open this kid Jack berry he's doing. All right. Get out there. And I'm like, I'm just being loose and I can make this face intimate. I can pull them in. I can do it. But it's. Weird man when you're working space is like there was about nine thousand nine hundred people in there. And I'm on a stage that has it's wide open because a symphony should fucking be sitting up there. And I'm doing what I do. But like the it's hard to get on a roll, I'm connecting. But it's like, I don't feel it coming back as much as I'd like it to I know that in a bigger space the tighter the bit the better it's going to be because then it can just land. And you know, you can. People know where it ends. They know with the punchline is and sometimes I like to sort of noodle around a little bit like the improvise, but I have to accept that. I think I have to accept that's how I do shit, and they're digging it, but I'm not feeling the connection as much as like because the fucking room is so big, and it wants a symphony in it doesn't want just me sitting up there on a stool in the middle of where there should be a full orchestra the space doesn't want it. It's fighting me. And I feel that after every bit after every arc. I there's a moment of Mike. Look just this little guy. I'm just I'm just sitting on the stage. And there's that moment where it's sort of like, you know, the difference between performing and just being you like I feel that when I'm sitting up there in a symphony space between jokes. I'm like the bottom could fall out here. I could just be a guy talking to myself on onstage. You're in front of people. Like, you could just feel that there was such a fine line between getting laughs and connecting in that way. And just kind of being. A guy sitting on stage in front of one thousand nine hundred people that's wide open and should have a symphony on it going. Hey, I don't I don't know. I'm just up here by myself. You know, it's like weird him up here by myself like that place that place. I'm just up here by myself. I hope. No. Is there any way I can get out of here? I have to get out of here. Eight like that was just right under it. And the show is great and people liked it. But I got to the point at the end I'd done about an hour and forty minutes, and that was I just wanted to like, I set the Mike aside the sticks. Perfect. And I'm like, what are you guys need we need to connect here. What are we doing? And they.

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Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

Nick Digilio

05:27 min | 3 years ago

Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

"The Queen of soul has passed away. At seventy six she died yesterday She was. A once in a generation singer, it says here which is absolutely true she was the Queen. Of soul. But also ventured into and mastered virtually every style of music, from jazz to classical and rhythm and blues she passed away at her home in Detroit from pancreatic cancer according to the late singer's publicist, the singer was in and out of ill health for. Years last summer In Detroit she asked an audience to keep me in your prayers she. Had to take several breaks, during the show and appeared frail earlier. In the year she announced that she. Would cut back on her schedule two thousand ten she underwent surgery to remove. A tumor and cancelled six months of tour dates. Yet last year before performance of the Chicago theatre she told the Tribune I'm not quitting. And she, said she. Was working on new music with Stevie Wonder. Her musical contributions, were diverse ranging in. Tone from spiritual to gaudy her, singing style came from single source she practically grew up in the church and the emotional intensity and personal. Connection she nurtured there and the music never left her it. Informs her virtually every one of, her top seventy seven one hundred songs including Twenty-one number one Rb hits The thing many people don't understand about this change in my. Career is that I, never, left, the, church, Franklin, once told author David Ritz about, her transition, to secular music, in her late teens the church stays with me wherever I go wherever I sing critic Anthony halibut who has. Written extensively about Franklin's life and career over the decades. Has called the singer a pivotal figure in the way women and African Americans were perceived. In popular culture Franklin's role was such that such that a history of. Black America could well be divided into pre and post Aretha she won eighteen Grammy awards and was the first female artist inducted, into the rock and. Roll Hall of fame and that was in nineteen eighty-seven not only was her multi. Active measures soprano an instrument, of stunning beauty range in power but. Her piano playing often encounter points to. Her singing was Justice accomplish she influenced countless singers Whitney Houston Adele Patti LaBelle. Natalie Cole shock on Mariah Carey Luther Vandross Jennifer. Hudson Fantasia but her legend was forged not just on her ability to hit all the. Notes and, embellish them With establishing technical flourishes but also to convey emotion Nuance and deep feeling Her fame seemed destined she grew up in the household, of, the famed, preacher c l Franklin and was mentored by his friends who included gospel greats Mahalia Jackson Clara ward and Albertina Walker as a girl Franklin mesmerized congregations of her father's house of worship in Detroit. New Bethel Baptist church but her career. Was not without hardship Aretha Louise Franklin was. Born on March twenty fifth nineteen, forty. Two in Memphis Tennessee, second youngest of five children or family moved, to Buffalo New York and then to Detroit. Where her parents divorced her mother died when she was ten and. Because we're fathers travel she was primarily Ray reared by grandmother and has a teen Franklin was a soloist in her father's church and. Began recording gospel songs she dropped. Out of high school, she toured the gospel circuit singing in churches around the country was a hard life during which she learned firsthand about racism while traveling the back. Roads of the south the young singer also learned how to interact with an. Audience even at fourteen she was, in viewing the power, the power gospel song there is a fountain filled with blood with drama dread beyond her years in her Her late teens she, toured alongside the staple singers and Sammy Bryant was second Bill to her father the star preacher then much like the gospel circuit contemporaries such as. Sam Cooke David Ruffin and Dionne Warwick Franklin shifted to popular music with her. Father's blessing and moved to New, York at the age, of eighteen leaving her two young children in the care of her grandmother in Detroit She was wooed by Motown a small hometown. Label but it turned out but it certainly turned it down because it wasn't properly established yet and. Instead signed with. Columbia records there she was overseen by the legendary producer and talent scout John Hammond appears who saw her as an immense talent who shouldn't be wasted on pop triples trifles Hammond made a number of fine recordings with Franklin that bridge the world of gospel and jazz but Columbia grew impatient for hits in the. Orchestral embarrassments in choice of material that noise. Underlying strength her contract expired she moved. To Atlantic records and became under the Super Bowl supervision of Jerry Wexler who, admired, her, gospel recordings and. Wanted to update their field to a pop market Atlantic was an iron be juggernaut with a roster that included Wilson Pickett Otis Redding who was affiliated with Memphis based Stax label And. Wexler immediately paired Franklin with the muscle shoals rhythm section in Alabama a one night recording session in January of sixty seven yielded the landmark song I never loved a man the way I love you a smoldering performance that seemed to address Franklin's deteriorating relationship with her husband prevent husband Ted white Recording. In the south, during the height of the civil rights era proved overwhelming for Franklin however and she, left, the next. Day Wexler knocked out was knocked out by the performance came up with a, solution he would bring muscle shoals rhythm section to New York, where his price singer could be more comfortable. Another classic soon followed respect, a cover of reading song that Franklin transformed in, tandem with her sisters Carolyn and Erma the siblings call and response chemistry data to the, days

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