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"john hammond" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Insider John Hammond says tonight's game with the Brewers in Milwaukee. Has been postponed. It's not clear how many positive tests but now you wonder about the ripple effect. The Cardinal's played the Twins on Wednesday. It's going to be the third game now on the schedule affected tonight. Already, the Phillies and Blue Jays have been postponed The Marlins and the Nationals as well. That was supposed to be the Brewers home opener tonight. The Yankees have their home opener. They're going to take on the Red Sox in the Bronx. Here's Aaron Judge. We're looking forward to you know, we always this team was to play in New York. So we're excited about that is that I'm gonna be different with Yankee home over there with no fans. That's one thing I always looked forward to every single years. That place gets rocking on opening day for us. A judge in company starting foreign one on the road. He had the monster three run home run last night to rally the Yankees passed the Orioles in Baltimore there, 18 straight win over the O's 17 in the road, Camden Yards. That's after the Yankees blue and early five. Nothing lead the Mets coming off back to back losses to the Red Sox at Citi Field. They'll hit the road now a six game trip starts tonight. In Atlanta against the Braves. We'll have the pre game at 6 30 here on WCBS. The MBA kicked off its restart in Orlando last night with two games wins for the Jazz and the Lakers Mohr games this afternoon, starting with the Nets will take on the Magic at 2 38 games for every team in Orlando before the playoffs began. But again the breaking news the Cardinals, the latest baseball team to report Positive. Kobe 19 tests their game tonight against the Brewers has been postponed in Milwaukee bread Heller.
Miami Marlins Postpone Trip Home From Philadelphia Amid Fear Of Coronavirus Outbreak
"To the Marlins again. 11 to 6 of the Marlins were short handed yesterday. Why W's Dave you ram joining us live with more on this morning, Dave? Hey, Carol. Good morning. Yet they reportedly learned of multiple new cases of covert 19 3 players who are expected to play for the Marlins yesterday did not radio dot com Sportsmen will be insider, John Hammond reported. They tested positive and it's apparently their fourth positive test since the season began. This news came down shortly before first pitch, Phil's manager Joe Girardi said They were somewhat aware of what was going on with the Marlins and then texted all their players were constantly reminding the guys about you. I mean, you have to be safe. You know, you can't really have a lot of Contact with other people because you put everybody in danger, but it's obvious after three games, players can't always avoid each other while they're on the field. Bryce Harper started worrying a mask yesterday when he was on base that that would probably a good idea just in case one of the other guys that you tested yet or anything like that Saturday, Phillies president Andy MacPhail told the Filles radio network that this is going to be challenging and his teams go to different city. What concerns me about our sport is where other sports are choosing to bubble. We're going to travel, and I think traveling is going to add another. Mayor of complexity to what is already a complex situation. Guys. The Marlon stayed overnight in Philadelphia. They're expected to travel home today. Miami manager Don Mattingly said. The guys who tested positive are quarantined in Philly. All
"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.
"john hammond" Discussed on World Cafe
"That's very beautiful thing that's right. Ah i did is that. Is that additional improvement that you've done based around that original recording recording no that's just the way it came to. I think we probably tried to tone down the the backbeat a little bit but you know that's early hip hop and i have to to say the the hip hop community embrace that record embraced the oh brother where art thou record in an important way and largely largely because they were invited in with that first song and <hes> and and you know so much of the job of the of the record producers serves over the last century has been <hes> as civil rights activists john hammond was an important civil rights activists who brought billie holiday and the all the great jazz musicians of that time into the into the mainstream so to speak and sam phillips was the same way blending the black culture and the white culture and and that's one of the things i think we were we were able to do to some extent with that record. T-bone burnett is here with me on world cafe. His new album is called the invisible light acoustic space. You've talked before about learning something from every different person that that that you work work within studio. Is there a lesson that comes to mind now if i asked you you know what what's something that you have learned from a friend or collaborator that that really stands out with you. I think the the most important lesson i learned in all of music was from roy orbison who sang so quietly quietly. If you stood two feet away from him you couldn't hear him but when you would put a microphone in front of him it would sound like poverty. Dan and i learned i learned that the reality that you've in recording is is to live performance as filmmaking is to theater and that you can bring a camera right in on somebody and he doesn't have to project to the back row and and through working with orbison when when orbison would sing he would wear headphones pretty wouldn't have his vocal in the headphones because he would know how the notes felt in his jaw so so he would just have the ban in his headphones and feel the notes and and sing very softly sleeping presently and i realized that <hes> intensity and resonance doesn't come from volume that residents in fact comes from intensity. Pick us a a roy orbison song which you know what's better than dreams. That's a rhetorical torok question nothing or running or or running scared. Let's listen to running scared sure here we go wrong on and who yeah and i love that you've given us the gift of life picturing him with the muscle memory of his his job and like where where sounds sit for him and you can hear how softly singing there too and one of the one of the other things than this is a story i'll regale with but he was teaching me how he wrote songs and he said i just start on my lowest note and then i step up all all the way through the songs till i get to my highest note which is exactly what he does an dreams it goes from his lowest no two his highest note and when we were doing mystery girl when we were recording mystery girl elvis costello out a song called <hes> called <hes> the comedians and i told elvis that story about the lowest and the highest note and and he rewrote the comedians and went and listen to all roy's records and found his lowest houghton and found his highest note and we wrote the comedians to go through that range and then i took it to roy any listened to it. He came back the next day and he said this cat so amazing he did. He did exactly what i do. You know so so put that royal was a it was a great teacher and a great cat. I loved. I loved her orbison..
"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.
"john hammond" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To eight to eight two brought to you by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Indiana man, knocked into Lake Michigan by heavy waves last night have been identified. Finally, police say they are twenty two year old John Hammond of LaPorte he was treated and released twenty year Slater Harkleroad of union mills Indiana was pronounced dead at a hospital that you were walking on a Michigan city lighthouse break wall when waves ten to fifteen feet high knock them into the water Hammons was able to swim back to the break wall. He threw a life ring into a in towards Harkleroad direction to try to save him. But the young man did not surface. Michigan city police. Michigan city, firefighters LaPorte county EMS and the US coastguard all tried to help save Harkleroad life. After hearing testimony from neighbors in a bitter zoning dispute, the family of a thirteen year old girl who uses a wheelchair will be allowed to add a garage to their historical town, home owners, Bill deacon and Lisa Dieleman bought a home built in eighteen ninety one in the eighteen hundred block of north Lincoln avenue, part of the old town triangle landmark district they had planned to add a two car attached garage to accommodate the needs of their daughter Ava who uses a wheelchair but their neighbors. Some of whom are members of the old town triangle association opposed the move saying street level garage could damage the historical integrity of the area and would violate the district's rules blocked club. Chicago reports the city's zoning board of appeals unanimously voted to approve the families plan they've Marcet NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM along time higher education leader has been named. Interim check. Chancellor at the university of Wisconsin, whitewater, Gerald green comes from Tennessee State university where she held the position as assistant vice president for student affairs, readers agreed to take over the post on January first she replaces Beverly copper resigned after her husband was banned from campus amid.
"john hammond" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast
"Yeah, looks a thousand years old. He's fifty one and cruises fifty one. If you don't know who that is. It's like, imagine if the old guy from drastic park John Hammond Jon Hamm. But like that actor was the same age as Tom Cruise. Now, that's what it looks like. It looks like a little dress lug with a mustache, right? So when we were growing up, fifty, one year olds look like they looked like dog poop. Yeah, they look like Tom Cruise and just for the record. Ted Danson is considerably older than I am a lot. At least fifty gentlemen doesn't say the age. He's had a, he's had a toupee right for a long time ever since I've only for a couple of weeks. Wait, no, this joker is the joke. He's beautiful Harris fake from cheers. Yeah, I think they do a bit about in one episode. Where off does that change things because of the way it looks or that he lied to you. No, I like a liar. But we you're, you're cool. With the time he did black face. He did. Yeah, it was a really bad luck did not. Wow, I have no idea. I don't really. I'm not up on Ted Danson and came from the same thing dog as one of people beginning -nology. Right? Yes, kicked it off genealogy in the episode that name of it was I forget what the name of the challenges that beset. But in the room, we had a name that I really enjoyed jumpers came up with it. It was ancest-. Not safe for TV and says, not Harry Taj as they called it on Taj. That was to me because I didn't watch like I wasn't there that day that the filmed it. So that's always a fun little surprise. So when they started talking about hair Taj, like that's a brilliant name for a company heritage. Our our show makes basically shell companies to all the time these bits. So we do challenge and it's a focus group. We have a whole focus group company that tests people, but it's fake, right? None of the results matter. It's just for our little hidden camera show. So this is another example. We've made a fake ancestry company. We have all those all their DNA. Yeah. Yeah, I guess I guess yet technically could have gotten attested. I don't think anybody got a free DNA test or anything that was part of it. I thought we hooked up with a real company and like helped people get a free thing. That's what I believed. No, not at all. You know, for sure, I'm positive. We didn't. We just took acute tips and threw in the trash in a week. Oh, man. Personally, I would not do a DNA test. I used to think that I would because I was like, cool. Remember when they were like catching all these murderers through like DNA? Sure, one of the get caught well, sure. Guilt. I'm getting real reckless. Nobody was like, yeah, man. All help put away like a weird that I'm like, sure. Has some people poop. But then I, I was like, oh, they're selling that DNA stuff to like big pharma now, getting real paranoid and I'm like me too, but blood out of your hand, kind of always thought that that where it was going never seen on the level to me like my sister on me to do on a never did it. She got my dad to do it. And my mom also said, it's now it's like I might as well have done it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. They can basically stitch together your data exactly clone of you. That's just like a little bit off. Do that other sound scare? Like it's like it's a quilt? Yeah, I don't wanna do the DNA I think as I'm getting older, I'm getting more afraid of what I put out what people know about me on the internet. In fact, yesterday I took a screen shot and I posted it and at the top left corner, it said Verizon and I was like, oh, man, what do I do at? Can people like backtrack and like find me through their number. What's your kill me? What is your, what do you think they would do with that? They'd be like, okay, you see Joe's. He uses Verizon hall varieties in, okay, first of all, how works techno music playing and there's a hacker in a in a really dark room, but he's eliminated by this by the screen he's wearing fingerless gloves..
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
"john hammond" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You know what had been set of john hammond the flemish goons last guy farewell tour th didn't sell out at then i i can't fool the it's going to happen oh boy yeah associate the plane revoke seem as are they probably they're playing the was the star plexsys something here eliza called 'stop lex pavilion isn't that it's the shmir advice every every every every every every month changes i bet shock could get it for a month the crock thunderdome what's that is now give venue i agree yet knifed and they got people that live in the area that yeah this just the bounces for banned hell's angels like the stones did right that's their bouncers now okay so you think that were immune that you think that their immune to southeastern idiocy with self these in india think again i have audio i'm about to play for you of an indian man taking a selfie in front of trains apparently this is a this is the thing to do in india i'm not kidding you i dot nam nam making this up this is a big time trend people get close to trains due is so he's doing a video selfie and somebody's warning him saying do watch out you're gonna get hit you're going to get it and then it gets hit listen other opponents of stuffers save i the guy warning him in indian order in hindi would have the languages use not i i understand it hey hey hey hey i mean it's it's it's universal lang has for watch out yet it is stupid all right other mm it does sound good right did you see the visual it's bad isn't it it's like i mean it's just the chain seems really wide open some of the things on yet youtuber saying it's fake it's not fake it's not because this is this is in the news on the b the baby say the bye bye say bbc so they say mr ciba is his name has survived but has suffered head injuries but first let me take south they didn't and and he has appeared in court and he's been fined in addition it come on man he got word you're finding them yes he's the girl injury what back as.
"john hammond" Discussed on Eat This, Not That!
"Welcome to episode one of the eat this not that podcast i'm john hammond days and zenko and we have a real simple goal here we're going to take a fun informative looked at how americans eat because we do we we make more than three hundred food decisions every day you this not that makes it easier for you to make the right choice every time you do will show you how small changes can make a big impact celebrating fun facts about the subject we love boone drink that's right i certainly not that brand in two thousand and seven nobody really cared about what was in their food no calorie count some menus noone knew there were three doughnuts worth a sugar and their spaghetti sauce or a family size to reito's bag worth a sodium in their soup and to underscore just how important all this is you know it it should be noted that dave is actually the author of twenty new york times bestsellers and twenty near times bestsellers later i'm proud to say that we've actually change the way america eats yeah i also speak 18 different languages the problem john is i i speak them all at once but yeah these this book are what they were intended to do is show how you could easily strip away ten twenty thirty pounds or more without sacrifice by making simple swops our website eat this dot com helps millions make the right food choice every time you never going to go hungry and you're going to live your happiest healthiest slave now getting to those many food choices a lot of us make the same choice every day when we get up and since this is episode 1 it only seems appropriate to dive into the thing that most of us think about first thing in the morning coffee i actually believe that i start thinking about coffee before i wake up you and i are definitely not alone on that it or not sixty four percent of adults in america are coffee drinkers now what does that mean it means that drinking at least one cup a day and hear some more i opening stats the average coffee drinker in the us drink.
"john hammond" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"So this little tip of the holidays absolutely your browser is the tip i'm interested to see what he does experts he started from comedy and podcasting did in areas like you mason so you're gonna euronext canal known giovanni oh in your film is going to be on pole and how oh that's your dream run yet good best villa yeah okay best villain i don't think there's a best it's probably cap'n america riyadh's epa mercury he's the best who's the best villanova emi mason let's say who do we have we've got john handle vita the vulture joyful keaton michael keaton john hammond was john havens baby driver snark well the fact that i forgot he was in that is probably yes snark now adam driver from that move all the movie split which is another harm review i just realized i saw no mcevoy no any wise the clown interesting i thought and he look is interesting but also again he's a character were ultimately he's these multidimensional damon from beyond spicy men olives and and ultimately had i paid him is literally paid him mistakes sticks yeah it's pretty good yeah like it did he know there um look i think the meda be it's also between probably caller ran because yeltsin nuance does and michael keaton in byrd man yeah that's five and has rubbing in the third man i think it's because maybe he isn't but just a it's not to say good villain yes very nearly wants got us nearly one my best malval villain paul that i put out there all who didn't who joins is the juggernaut one official 'cause you rigged it one is yes.
"john hammond" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A high twenty two tonight that'll taper off a low fourteen monday flurries early on when the and pull the high of 18 tuesday sunny goals a high of six wednesday sunny cold high of ten the barometer falling in madison at seventeen green bay its ninth in waukesha sixteen and in a walk it's twenty degrees i'm tony binoche newsradio wtmj getting to know the movers and shakers wisconsin dark popular season this weekend with commissioner emeritus bud ceiling a lot of people mr mayer know that you've been mayor for a while they know that you're a us congressman before that but they don't know a lot about tom barrack one conversation that that's how i i wanna make sure that everyone has a part of that success everyone's a part of that prosperity i've never been around anybody that's more involved in more passionate and and stays in tune with what's really going on this is wtmj conversations analog emitted the program it's wtmj conversations sign greg matsick in over the next hour we will get to know the new general manager of your milwaukee bucks it's john horse who for a number of years served under john hammond as an assistant and is now leading the charge as the milwaukee bucks look to own the future what does he still pinching himself with his new title are you still in kind of a impinging myself sort of phase year just with where the team as the momentum and kind of how everything is developing here for the city and for the franchise itself absolutely on these sailing yourself say that interior indicating here is the enjoyment in and the pledge at a concert having to either like this for me it's been like as as the day amount the work in the nba starting now we're dry hometown pistons my hero and joe dumars you know and now the opportunities as my own rush on career vance is to be a general manager of his team i think that's of young i've always had an and think if you can keep us you know his ashes look a great things that just always remind yourself how lucky you are tab off trees working in venues and ob cheese like this so let's go back to kind where there's all star arctic your.
"john hammond" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hive 28 tonight partly cloudy a low of seventeen four tomorrow partly cloudy a low of thirty three monday cloudy with light snow and a light which remiss a high of thirty four and then tuesday sunday west sunny windy and cold the high of twenty two currently the barometer is rising lake michigan water temperatures 45 degrees in madison it's twenty two in green bay as 2004 in waukesha it's 25 in in milwaukee it's 25 degrees get the latest breaking news traffic and severe weather right here i very nelson newsradio wtmj welcome to us special know about best of wtmj conversations getting to know the movers and shakers of wisconsin our conversation this weekend with commissioner emeritus bud ceiling the lot of people mr mayer now that you've been mayor for a while they know that you're a us congressman before that but they don't know a lot about tom bear one conversation at a time i wanna make sure that everyone has a part of that success in everyone's a part of that prosperity i've never been around anybody that's more involved in more passionate and and stays in tune with what's really going on this east wtmj conversations argument of the program it's wtmj conversations signed greg matsick in over the next hour we will get to know the new general manager of your milwaukee bucks is john horse who for a number of years served under john hammond as an assistant and is now leading the charge as the milwaukee bucks look too on the future but as he still pinching himself with his new title are you still in kind of a impinging myself sort of phase here just before the team as the momentum and kind of how everything is developing here for the city and for the franchise itself absolutely on these they like to yourself hey that interior indicating he is just the enjoying in the end the pledge at a concert having opportunity to like this for me it's been like this as a day of and on the work in the nba star in our rangel tom pistons my hero and joe dumars you know and now the opportunities as my own professional career is to be a general manager of a team.
"john hammond" Discussed on KPCC
"Of people um you know you there's plenty of reasons to object to the idea that just because a company provides jobs it deserves say but i think fit theirs even less of a case for a company like facebook deserving to hat to throw its weight around the way it does is not even you know uh building wellformulated yes exploited more do at contributions to society the building low fell because one of the things that these companies have done which makes them different than traditional companies provide a kind of public fora and they're they're sort of the modern can swears whether we like it up and it's i think um providing people space to communicate in to connect it does provide sorta public service even though they're not it's not something we measure economically yeah and that's absolutely true and i think that it's something that facebook is slowly realising about itself that it at rep it has a public service component to it that it may be has hasn't taken the full responsibility for in the past the again you know for me what i keep going back to is the sense should a business whose entire business model is based on selling advertising be the town swear you know it's a little bit like seeding all the functions of a tense where to a mall and you wouldn't want you know you wouldn't want to have public debates in a maul necessarily um and i love malls i think mls a grave that there should be still a real base that doesn't john hammond of commercial aspect to it for people to communicate now because he i you see people now who are upset with the the politicizing i mean the political discussion on facebook saying i need another plant and it's something right yeah absolutely who ever thought my space would go anywhere in the right age and we sort of think that these things are so big can't dissolved but history shows they can i mean one thing i moved a lot more from facebook to instagram over the last few years because instagram's much more pleasant place for me as well as political discussion a lot more nice photographs and videos but grams owned by fehb some are so big and so good at buying up potential future competitors and we have a a.
"john hammond" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"To save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain that squares race dot com offer code wtf john hammond i thought about this talk that i had with him a lot after i had it his father was john hammond jr who was a a a very famous uh a and our guy at columbia records i believe who signed billie holiday bob dylan he was involved all the way back seemingly to the beginning of music but he was the bruce springsteen he signed he was a sort of everpresent sort of mythic in our guy and john hammond the who i talk to you today is his son it was not a you know a close relationship i understand in i don't know that i really got to the to the core of a of john hammond here but but was what's that the chorus them real blues that's for sure and maybe some of that is is from the that father and son relationship i don't know maybe you can hear it underneath this conversation yeah i'm not one to psychoanalyze i don't wanna talk too much shit before interviews but i i found a resident with me thinking about that what that relationship must have been like but my experience with john hammon as a musician like i had this one record years ago in high school i don't even want nowhere i got it i probably got it from a box of records that they didn't want to play the record store next to worry made sandwiches at the posh bagel on central across from university new mexico next to budget records which i doubt most we are be sounds at the time that i got the records the owners were kinda arm be people ned this box of records if they work in a plane the story in that box of records it some of them changed my life certainly elvis costello's first record and the john hammond mileage album.
"john hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Few months before he was messing around with a woman and the woman's husband gave him a bottle of poisoned whisky while there is a blues singer staff yeah so he's out of the program one with thank concert rolls around december 13th nineteen 38 here we go this was a concert if you could have been there you wanted to be there dan john hammond is the mc than i we have writer and he walks the crowd through the chronology starting with the spiritual on bougie wouldbe benny goodman and count basie orchestra and it gets up entails will the big surprise of you and so what he said although unfortunately this part was not recorded was to bring you the sky that i discovered recently robert johnson and we just found out that he died but i still want you to hearing and we're gonna play a couple of his best songs has play he played on a phonograph record and mike to through the pa system right there on lighter onstage drops a needle and he proclaimed one of them was preaching blues which averaged maybe mother mm and you can just imagine spellbound kinkel in this audience mm carrying a recommend play the finger it was ranked army shanta magician grant i mean what a remarkable fleet and that was innocence robert shanties and he's not in a sense it was his introduction loses debut it's so ghostly yeah what's most obvious is his absence now at this point there is no method the devil in the crossroads all you got his music sung by a guy who's not in the room but the seat was planet and that's evil bloom in the weirdest way twenty two years later so let me just fastforwarded see for 1930 eight two about 1960 threes before no one really listen to robert joss not too many of his records were in circulation nose were years and people really do these like twist hot on a happy records then as a slide into the '60s people get tired of that stuff and they start getting in a folk music the aim among kingston trio caixin trio pc girl these guys from so john hammond the he had his finger on the pulse of what was going on he knew he had just signed bob dylan fifty on the baby in dillon's first record as you can hear was kind of bluziene place so hammond thought maybe now is.
"john hammond" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"I was just fun we will force would prefund cool yeah yeah you've got to spend a lot of time round gallagher dough and a sundress that's not a terrible situation trying to fucking talk to her oh no really added every time you talk to receive just slowed down like are you kidding me i want to sell with a handsome john hammond the hilarious zack gals and you have the nerve to try to step up i was like my my father's from israel she was like she was like sorry blocking the ramp from other was from israel seles now also srun hang out with the right he was school very nice guy it was goal would say bob dylan when i just like it was for the should've they were bu bu for spoken cool i liked that movie to i it's one that i saw a bunch of time on planes i know i know the critics didn't like it but i enjoy it but i'm friends with you and zach in john so like that that probably helps a lot in patent shows up in a to the rim every even though i didn't see it in one seat next to me at over and i saw the scene of it and then in wassaw cool so you really fight that guy like you links try to straggler gone my grandmother naked pushes gerald rv got hurt.
"john hammond" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Not because he's been pitching any better his strike out and walk numbers are actually worse in those situations he just hasn't allowed hits if you know batting average on balls and play this year with men on base one seventy one you can analyse this you can go over how much better he's pitching with men on base and that was getting week contact in one not it doesn't matter it's not real he's not this good this just jason vargas happening in the national league with a different sort of aggression coming due gonzales not this good but congratulations to him how mean he's technically earned the low era i was as surprised as you are and you were at a prizes the reader was and jon heyman hint john wolf who knows how a surprise john hammond was but a yeah this is a this is a thing that's the i guess i never really address the question which was that baseball reference calculates its pitcher war based mostly on runs allowed and on bank wraps it's about be peripherals and the expected runs allowed so that's the big difference on thank wraps it's about fifth and on baseball reference it's about iraqi that's the oversimplification but that is why one of those sites loves ju it's all us this year yep and each approach has its virtues it depends what you're trying to do really if you're trying to figure out may be how a guy is going to pitch from now on maybe it'd be more likely to look at the famed grass were if you want to just look at retrospective value may be it look at baseball reference that's not really a a perfect way to separate the two because you could say that you says hasn't totally earned that that may be luck has played a big part in in his run prevention or maybe the defense says so.
"john hammond" Discussed on The Vertical Podcast with Woj
"The carolina cougars used to have training camp at our place of appalachian state where i went to schooling and i met him there and then i end up working the denver nuggets camp so guys like that they're really took me under their wing in uh uh gave me opportunities that i would have never had an obviously a been a cousin to david thompson and been one of the best players in the nba and hall of fame player just being with him in hanging around him open doors also so i would have never imagined is so funny coast john hammond uh and i who's the joe manager the milwaukee bucks we were walking back last night from the dinner and we talked about the fact that you know who we are walking back in chicago eurojournal manage on the head coach of an nba team you know we've been friends for the last twenty five years and we go you know we would never we could have never imagined this twenty five years ago that we would be doing this kind of thing and be in this position so you have to be work hard at it but you also have have people that the open doors for you and when he opened those doors you got to take the opportunity alan david thompson who was really the player michael jordan grew up admiring in others legendary stories about the recruiting battles for him and how many schools that he get in trouble right on the way to say donde nc state what was it like being around david thompson when he was a young player who just athletically his gifts spectacular that unbelieva there was a methodology about him in a it really was in the uh spin fhimah really small town in all of a sudden have in all these people visit us mall town in uh you know guys that we've seen on tv occasionally and it was just something that the we couldn't have ever imagine but uh as a player you know i didn't realize how how good he was just growing up with them in plan every day and that's at the church every sunday we go back and with doug atta.