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"john popper" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"With the cover dated November 9th and featuring a photo of John Lennon in the film how I won the war the original inspiration for the magazine was bump a magazine based in California which preceded the existence of the role of Rolling Stone liberal rag I subscribe I know you do oh that's a good question though that's a good trivia question what was the question what was John John Lennon's character's name in the movie Oh private grip weed sounds like mash on November 22nd 1967 George Harrison begins recording tracks for Wonderwall music there's Lou right there buddy first solo on my beetle yep his first solo album in London he continues the recording in Mumbai and as we all know Oasis goes on to write Wonderwall in tribute to that album and George Harrison really yep they were very inspired by the Beatles actually if you listen to their music or this little hints of Beatles in there there's big hits of people listen listen I love Oasis but they've been flat-out ripped them off but you know what it's you know much balls it took to do that yeah you're right you're like day and they they actually did it because they did it good for a good five years six year run Oasis ruled the world yeah they certainly did well they'll be back they're gonna talk now they're not let me see December 7th Otis Redding records overdubs to sitting on the dock of the bay he had recorded it on November 22nd December 8th Otis Redding in his backup band bar case play a popular nightclub Leo's casino in Cleveland Ohio this is to be Redding's last performance two days later he and four of the six bar keys are among the six people who die when a Beechcraft model 18 plane in which they were traveling crashes into Lake Manoa Manona Manona in Madison Wisconsin one of the worst air tragedies in entertainment history and the worst since the day the music died one survivor of the plane crash yeah uh let's see December 9th during a performance at the New Haven Arena in New Haven Connecticut Jim Morrison indoors becomes the first singer to be arrested on stage having earlier been sprayed with a can of mace backstage he was charged with inciting a riot indecency and public obscenity the charges are dropped several weeks later due to lack of evidence did you know they sold out every single show they ever did really at one point they were the number one band in America you know people wanted to see what Jim was gonna do he was creating a stir there well yeah the spectacle but every show once they once that album dropped every show after they sold out every show there was no one else like them no there's live recordings in them at the Roxy yeah you know early early early December 15th 67 the who released that third studio album the who sell out love that album it's a concept album no Heinz baked beans they are the kings of concept albums Heinz baked beans formatted as a collection of unrelated songs interspersed with faux commercials and public service announcements the commercials are fucking hilarious yeah it's got my favorite whose song one of my favorites that is for miles ah yeah great so I don't know December 25th Todd Sockman celebrates his first Christmas okay we got it in there what did you get for Christmas or for I don't it's his first he doesn't care he doesn't know he'll make he's probably gonna wait is that the last big event for that year Scott or is there one after him is there one after him oh this is a lot after him trust me yeah yeah he's not ending the no way he's not into the I would not know I'd make something up so he doesn't end this segment it's no fucking way I'd let that happen but I don't have to make it up because on December 26th the first telecast of the Beatles magical mystery tour on BBC one in the UK is shown it's shown in black and white it upsets McCartney because it ruins the intended psychedelic color effects suck I didn't like that I remember I saw it when I was young like late at night and I remember that they're on a bus and I'm like this is freaking boring they're like talking yeah yeah that's the best parts London in the movie I think okay and he was by far the best dancer I know your mother should know whatever there's a dance sequence but I think yeah he had the best movies of the Beatles also finishing up this one let me see Perry a script would have helped yeah let me read it like him it was a script would have helped I I think and to end the segment also in 1967 they don't give a date the International Society of bassists is found by Gary Carr yeah there you go like the drummer shaking his head back in it back in the day you said you know to call a bassist with a pager an optimist that wasn't worthy say bye-bye three times penalty box wow he's he's he's hot with the info horrible with the jokes all I know in the Canadian score three goals I'm happy but I'm not here we go and he's back with the dog nose a baby Todd Sockman played he got his little weights for his Christmas and then he is then on New Year's Eve he's playing the tambourine that's how strong he was his little baby weights redheaded Arnold Schwarzenegger he was baby weights bands that were formed in 1967 oh this is interesting yeah right bands that were formed in 1967 the Jeff Beck group right blood sweat and tears I was it you Lou that said last week that they were considered like a second-rate Chicago mark said that was it mark that said it I always heard everybody say that when I checked them out and did a deep dive they weren't they just had horns yeah I was just about to put you in the penalty penalty box just for saying that last week let's rent is is a very good band if you listen to their greatest hits it's one of those oh shit oh shit yeah and the irony is that you know when they start the Al Cooper started the band but then they had room out yeah right when then he got David Clayton Thomas and the Brian Jones story right yeah also formed in 1967 blue oyster cult oh yeah and was it Stony Brook College in Stony Brook New York possibly the greatest rock and roll band of all time they're a great rock and roll band this this somebody just heard that you know or they they're greatest song about a monster though Godzilla I get a better song about a monster I'm probably like anyone ever they were actually they were also called Nosferatu oh so they also formed in 1967 Chicago yeah first-rate blood sweat and tears so they so check it they came out at the same time yeah yeah so it was like a race to the horns like who's gonna be the bigger horn section a lot of horns the grassroots at the same time I would think though the blood sweat and tears came out of the block fast right Chicago kind of came out steady and then they blew them away well the first the first blood sweat and tears album was not a big thing right okay but then the second record I think was the one that but I think Chicago right out of the chute was it Chicago and they put out such a massive load of music from 69 to 73 they loved it they did also formed in 67 the climax blues band I am so into you that's the letter rhythm section oh okay climax blues band is um what is it well they're the Scottish man what's their hit I think couldn't get it right it couldn't get it right so that's kind of like brandy in dancing in the moonlight like you get the client I'm so into you and yeah mark was the other song from climax they say I love you was a big hit that was a big hit yeah oh I like this one add a song called mole on the doll I love that that's great okay let's move on from climax blues bit we're getting too deep blue yeah like a blemish on a pineapple another band formed at 67 Creedence Clearwater revival they suck three minutes segment Lou just said blues the cow was the greatest band ever and then he says I will sucked what you're on battle line you've got Godzilla and you've got fortunate son your show will be a recap of this show four more days till I kick your ass pal oh shit all right okay referee I got one for you also formed in 1967 elf Oh Ronnie James deal I've got their album Perry you know I'm a CCR he knows you did you just I apologize to my friend that's so good for my days I don't have to put you in the penalty box and you just don't have a back down Lou I'm not backing down he said you don't back down remember those old TV movies when it had the music and it would be going like I'm sorry Perry hey you know who was also formed in 67 Fleetwood Mac the version no one ever listened to I listen oh I know you come on then play on with oh well that was a great app was the Bob Wells years was that listened to that was after yeah they've got a lot more listeners with those years you know he's the only one not inducted into the Hall of Fame that's bullshit they didn't induct them with Fleetwood Mac no at all as a solo he was he was excluded from for bullshit he wrote a few big hits for them missed he did he he held the band together between the Peter Green cultish ears and Stevie and Lindsey but yeah yeah but you know he did some good stuff with them he pissed off Jimmy Iovine that's what happened yeah inventors a prick yeah his first solo album was good yeah it was really good I was called smoking a cigar on the cover no it's the ones got ebony eyes and isn't that his first and sentimental lady and sentimental lady I think it's called French kiss you are correct yes listen Scott is on it you were on tonight man I'm all I'm always on I'm just too busy hosting you two fuckers you're like an associate professor I'm scared of what's gonna happen next so I'm putting myself in the green person Bob well cheap Bob well sued the band legal issues yeah gee go figure that one a rock guy sue another's band his former band you're like you're in the Eagles and you sued Don Henley you're not gonna be with them when they go into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame no that's right no I older fuck that formed in 1967 you dropped a bomb on me baby you dropped a bomb on me come on the gap band okay yeah they didn't they they hit like 80 yeah 78 yeah 79 80 and once they hit like they would just they just started pumping I don't know what dynamic changed yeah and that's when didn't fire formed around like the late 60s too right yeah but they were big in the 70s yeah yeah like Earth Wind and Fire the Genesis formed in 67 from Genesis to Revolution their first album before Phil Collins was in the band yeah that's right and Steve Hackett once if I get the band hourglass what are they known for shit I got you were they English or American come on man American our glass yeah I got that squeeze song in my head now mark don't look it up are you are you blatantly googling right now I'm looking at my email Scott I got a natural thing hourglass come on what are they known for like I thought it just did they know Dwayne and Greg Allman oh I don't know Peter Carr Johnny Sandlin and they must shows didn't they back up a recent Franklin believe they did you got me there are other than a soul band Oh basically were because they were backing up Aretha well yeah I thought it like formed in 67 the Jay Giles man I was looking at my email are you a fan of them Jay Giles I like him I like him Dave Phillips yeah the 45s loves them yes I love that crazy soul shit that they did in the 70s they never get considered for the Hall of Fame and they won't unfortunately it's probably one of those bands it's just not gonna get it and not some great songs oh yeah great got lost I think that's the thing about them that you know they weren't there were a party band there yeah centerfold was you know the big thing but yeah yeah I mean magic dick magic thing whamma-jamma yeah Jethro Tull oh stop let me put on my fucking medieval tights some green tights man yeah you know fucking puffy sleep ever and puffy sleeves shut a pirate shirt and jump around with booty with a flute but booty's hey they won the Grammy for the best metal band they're freaking on that's legendary right yes stupid I love Justin I like some of those things formed in 67 Kenny Rogers in the first edition huh well now this one is interesting in 1967 Nirvana yeah an English pop-rock band formed in 66 though the band achieved only limited commercial success they were claimed both by music industry professionals and critics in 85 the band reformed the members of the band sued the American band Nirvana over usage of the name reaching an out-of-court settlement Wow well yeah how much did they get that's that's right who they bought that name buddy money yeah they bought that name formed in 67 Procol harem date you know what never done a show on them probably never will but they pop up like every other show so I never really follow them but my son-in-law loves Gary Brooker and loves them and he got me into them and they did have a good catalog or they just never hit that top-tier success level no but but they also have one of the biggest classic rock songs of all time though yeah Robbie Robertson ripped them for that sound he said they were ripping off the band with that the keyboard you know my dad was a stretch yeah I think they might be doing wondering what the other big hit song was conquistador dramatic dramatic also formed in 67 that grace Dutch band no no no no no no the great that's a bad shocking blue Venus your desire I looked at the video it was hot with the original right yeah yeah she had a great voice too yeah she did fucking powerful doing this to me again powerful voice big voice yeah yeah it's my girls my girls banana my favorite girl band ever they did a good version to love them love them as a matter of fact I think tomorrow I'm gonna listen to the greatest hits album again I love banana Rama it's like a guilty pleasure you're gonna be out by the pool like this and also also formed in 67 finally skid row an Irish blues rock band of the late 60s and 70s they were out of Dublin and it was the first band that Phil Lynott played Gary Moore yeah so what is it with those the bands from the 80s and 90s stealing old bands names can you think about it can you imagine you know how Gary Moore will fire a guitar player you just look at him he's a fighter Phil or not sick late 60s Dublin like man that's like some rough stuff you know right they're really good they played those buckets of blood places you know yeah yeah all right gentlemen give me some give me some information give me some albums on give me something that came out in 67 I know you guys have some I got one give it to me Francis Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos or beam that was the name of the album is Brazilian pop that's got the girl from Ipanema on it their version Boston over thing Boston over thing meditation is a great song how insensitive song I concentrate on you great stuff really good yeah they did a baubles bangles and beads on that they did a couple albums that way that came out 67 there's their shares their live cuts of them are cool cuz just the two of them sitting in chairs Sinatra smoking of course rice rice being Frank yep what do you got mark give me an album from 67 another band that my son-in-law got me into loves forever changes which had one huge song on it yeah alone again or I couldn't remember the name great album yeah really good album I'm gonna give you I'm gonna give you um so bad about Seth from dammit that was on my list sad all my albums mad about me just mad about Seth Rome and she's just mad about me I want to call me are any of you guys like into food like why when I went to buy saffron it's freaking 18 bucks for like two sprigs what the hell it's like a leaf give me a fucking bay leaf was that an album yeah mellow yellow was yeah that was the album yeah the name of the album okay yeah John Paul Jones helped on that album yeah all right your turn blue the electric prunes with the self-titled album the electric prunes haha I think that is one of the best band names of all time it's just you know what their their hit was what I had too much to dream last night do psychedelic sit 1967 psychedelic rock that's the kind of band I if I was if I wasn't in grad school at that point I would have been in that band all right mark give me one it's their fantasy by traffic I believe that was our first album right yeah you know they they're a fascinating band because they had so many different phases you know they went jazzy yeah yeah I'm not a fan I I don't that's about I could never well they had ambivalent em ambivalent to try they have a song title and it's just if you want to screams English Berkshire poppies I love that title that's great it was the best of Shire's it was the worst of Shire's yeah now I'm sick of it you wore me down tonight you wore me down I'm trying to entertain Todd also that came out in 67 are you experienced yeah yeah Jimmy Hendrix foxy lady the Jimmy Hendrix experience all right Lou you're up the mark mark time is it I mean somebody go okay I got it the the rascals with the album collections okay credit says up but it cannot 67 yeah you got mark one of my favorite soul songs ever the album reach out by four tops reach out is a great freaking song yeah yes small faces comes out with a debut album ah 67 yeah born free as free as the wind blows as free as the sky flows I just made that nobody knows the words shitty film of a little tiger baby you know anyone's hasn't good he had some good singles Andy Williams is a great you know he's great singing a great Christmas album mr. Christmas yeah yeah it's good show I used to watch his variety show too yep uh what do you got mark by the time I get to Phoenix by Glen Campbell and as one of my favorite songs of his put out two albums that year but that was one of them gentlemen I am about to announce the greatest album released from 1967 it is not sergeant peppers oh no oh no you're gonna take mine you're gonna take mine no I'm about to now get ready for the greatness the greatness that was Leonard Nimoy presents mr. Spock's music from outer space okay greatest album of 67 how it did not win Grammys Emmys Academy Awards whatever you give that did he cover any pop standards on it oh I'm sure well you know let's let's check a lot of racism let's see where the track listing is track one theme from Star Trek track to alien track three where is love track for music to watch space girls by that's an Andy Williams that's an Andy Williams rip cover track five beyond in Terry's track six twinkle-twinkle little earth right that's just side one side to track one mission impossible track two lost in the stars track three no man has gone before track four you are not alone in track five to finish off this great great epic album a visit to a sad planet and there you have it the greatest album of 1967 I should have saved the best for last I know I know but I just I just couldn't I had to what's the what was the title that album Scott Leonard DeMoy I just lost my Jesus there we go the name of the album is Leonard DeMoy's let me see simply that just happened should have coming up coming up coming up Leonard DeMoy presents mr. Spock's music from outer space it's on Spotify so we can all I just add it as a favorite of mine there's also a compilation that I was looking at cool what did you just say I'm gonna be Jack right now did you say compilation compilation oh I'm from Jersey there's also a compilation compilation you get that here's some Sunday morning coffee listening spaced out the best of Leonard DeMoy and William Shatner oh that's right there I'm adding that to my list too that's every shit mr. tambourine man when did what is Shatner put out his stuff oh that was the 70s or did he do 70s I think yeah did you do any of that in the 60s he did King Henry the fifth Oh Leonard DeMoy does Ruby don't take your love to town I gotta hear that one he also did Bilbo Baggins and if I were a carpenter yeah pretty good I thought that was if I was a Romulan give me an album Oh Lou he does gentle on my mind I gotta hear that oh boy all right okay am I ever um no Europe I'm the fifth dimension up up and away up up in the way here sunshine pop and the beautiful voice my maybe my favorite female singer of all time Marilyn McHugh mm-hmm she's a hottie too yeah she was on yeah yeah all right mark oh the beginning of the illustrious legendary career of the Grateful Dead this year where they release their debut album the Grateful Dead yeah yep now thanks to you Scott I have nothing left because you took all my albums in Europe it's alright we're going to move on to movies yeah I got a lot of movies movies yeah we're gonna do a little let's talk about some movies we like to do that in these year things people like it I'm gonna I'm gonna finish off with there's been a lot of album we named some earlier but uh probably one of the most unique voices in the history of rock it was a I hate that song I hate it I've heard they're a really good band I never know the lyrics I don't know what the fuck you say but I do like that was like 350 pounds it's like John Popper yeah yeah yeah he's debut album can eat saying back up on their albums who did little Richard did he really yeah cold sweat came out in 67 to James Brown ah yeah that I'm vinyl yeah um Oh Rolling Stones brief array into psychedelic st.
"john popper" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Can do something similar. No no. You're not hearing me. I never heard this audio turd. It's a good one. It's a time capsule. It's beautiful. Horns. That little is that an organ feel? Like a farfisa or something. Oh that trill it's wonderful. It sounds like it sounds like it sounds like what's the one the the game show guy wrote. Oh I don't know. Oh Palisades Park. Palisades Park it's got that oh cheesy organ. Wonderful and it's got horns that you love. Very sex right there. Didn't Freddie Cannon did Palisades Park. If there's no other radio station on earth is playing hats off to Larry. Yeah. Even the most pathetic programming guy goes I'm sorry that's a turd. I don't think so. We can't play that. I can get you to number one. Are you willing to play hats off to Larry? Sometimes when we touch that we play that we're not playing hats off to Larry. Larry King's opening for 40 years. Maybe like a pants off on Sherry maybe. Are you talking about the honesty is too much that thing. That's the worst song. I'm with you. I will stop my car and get out and remove the radio. That song is so flawed. It is that is awful. It's terrible. Hats off to Larry's worse. No it's not worse than sometimes when we touch. Oh that's so bad. Sometimes when we touch the honesty is too much. That makes me cry. Someone get a gun. Shoot the speaker. Shoot the speaker out. I don't know if we told you this Reno but we're working on a new show. Morning show. This one may this one our show may be a little too salty. There might be a place for you on the new show. All right yeah the new show we're gonna rename it's gonna be the Light and Lame show. Yeah love it. Those are the hosts. Light and Lame. Isn't it Edie Light and Jamie Lane or something like that. And we're gonna do cool features like instead of mandatory metallica it's mandatory manolo. Oh sweet. Nice yeah yeah and then get the baccarat. I like the Saturday breakfast with the bagels. We know you do. It's a reference and it's offensive. No it's not. And now here's the only artist that were managed by Jewish people. Okay cool that's what he was going for then. It's everyone. From Shaker Heights Ohio. It's breakfast with the baleys. So Reno you're in Woodstock this weekend. I'm in Woodstock and then Toledo Friday and Saturday. School closings with Christopher Crosswalk. Don't laugh at that Reno. Don't laugh at that. I'm a secret Christopher Cross fan. Oh yeah. Love him. Well Ride Like the Wind's a great song. That's right. It really is. The theme from Arthur. Not so much on that one. That was incredibly popular. The worst thing that ever happened to him was television. Like he was so huge. MTV. Well he was so huge. And yeah and then they saw him on TV and it was like he doesn't like I think women had something in their mind of what he would look like. You know how you do that and you go and then you see him and you go oh dude. I think John Popper called him and was like hey how did you handle this? Yeah what did you do? Well we did a video with another band. No. Rock Stations of course a lot of them have Rocktober. So we were trying to come up with something for this soft rock thing. Softember. The whole month we celebrate really slow sad songs. Sometimes when we touch. Oh god I hate that. So you're saying there's a spot for me on the show? All right. What would you be? Who would you be? I'd probably be Johnny Lame or what was his name? Oh Jamie Lame. Jamie Lame. ED Light and Jamie Lame. Yeah. ED Light's kind of cool sounding. Oh yeah. And then we have. This is a real thing. Instead of the Rock Stations all have Fred Zeppelin with traffic. Yeah. Which by the way always backfires when there's a bad accident. We've got Fred Zeppelin on the scene of the school bus crash. Apparently it's on fire Fred. It sounds somewhat unusual. Reno what if you were Eno Collier and you only played songs by Brian Eno. Would that work for you? I don't know. Who's Brian Eno? He's like an ambient music. Roxy music. He produced U2. A lot of. Not a fan. A fan. What's it got to do with music? When I start the class action suit I'm suing Brian Ferry. I'm gonna start with Brian Eno actually. Okay. Well in any event. Who's the music? It's great. Tonight in Woodstock. Just to clarify. Uh huh. Illinois. Okay very good. Okay very good. Well done Tom. And Toledo at the famous funny bone. Yes sir. Friday and Saturday. Okay. And every day at four o 'clock on the Light and Lame radio station. And what's the name of that segment? Quattro and Quattro. How about three for Thursday? What would it be? It would be this song and two more. Hey Reno. That would be twelve Reno. Stick to the comedy. Write that one down. That's a great idea. Don't start the t -shirt. We did have weather with summer breeze. Well you remember you never said who the Who's hair supply? Scratch that out. The German guy. Hair supply? No. That's gonna have a scary ending. Captain Tenille's better. Tom I'm gonna dedicate this to you. I can't believe this is a real song. Wasn't this a commercial? It was on a commercial. Dude I think I remember this from my sixth grade dance. Yeah. Was the commercial for some kind of lube? It was it was used comedically but not like that. I'm sorry. I'm 80 lame. So this is Neil right? That's Neil. That's very nice. How do you go from this to Harvest Moon? How is that possible? What is the pipeline that gets you while I'm at it? Let's see. Oh and when we come back you're gonna be making our beer can chicken next week. Reno I assume that you've done the beer can chicken. I have. Delicious. Yeah we talked about it. We talked about it. Okay well we've got a letter about making beer can chicken and read it entirely. Don't leave anything out. Letter about beer can chicken. I want to hear everything about it. That was sarcasm. I think we've talked it to death. We need to do it. 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"john popper" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Now, what you, of course, didn't tell me. And I'm expecting big fucking numbers on this one because if you go to Amazon.com and you look at the bestselling DVDs right now ladies Joe and Mario is there. Super Mario Brothers there for $5. I could own a copy of this for $5 Tim. It's not gonna wash it off a laptop, you know what I mean? I gotta plug in my HDMI thing. I got an airplane. Are you fucked me on this? I did. Because now it's too late for me. I did tell you you could do that. No, you didn't. You said you kind of find dot com slash Mario. I said, all right. I bought my copy. Wouldn't even get us on June 3rd or not. I want to get it. That's when it came out June 3rd, 22,000, no, that's not right. This is June 3rd, 2003. That doesn't make any sense. The DVD. Is it really? What does movie come up? 93? Yeah. They weren't around back then. You get the VHS tape for 31 bucks right now. Not too shabby, not too shabby. Are you excited to watch this? We're watching it tonight. I can't fucking wait. I love this movie. I was a kid. A dumb kid. I owned every single one of the trading cards, Greg. I don't know if I've ever watched this movie start to finish one go. I think it's one of those that I would pop on a TBS was running or whatever and I would watch it there and see what John popper. No, who's the bad guy? Oh, John. I know Bob Hoskins. Apocalypse Now guy, who am I thinking of? What's his name? Yeah, I'm blanking on it. Let's piss him off. Dennis Hopper. There it is. Yes. John hopper, of course, blues traveler. If you remember, he was jerking off once and started having a heart attack, and that's how I realized he had to go to the hospital. She's John hopper story for you. I can't wait to get to the interview for Super Mario 93 because the facts about that movie. There's a documentary I watched. John popper. I wasn't even right about that guy's name. Blues traveler who was jerking off and had are they? There's just wild things about this movie. The director is like halfway through just leaving new people coming in, just creative differences. The movie not having a script for the majority of the shooting really, truly wild stuff. Yeah. Can't wait. The problem is it's a Nick recap. It's going to be awesome. Right, Mike? No, no, we boo Nick. But you know what we know boo
"john popper" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Tony winning composer. He has his new Broadway musical Come into town, Diana. Based on the Diana. You know, of course, is the Princess Diana, Um, you know, story and it's going to be a big hit. It's coming to streaming as well. And he's on the show from Bon Jovi. They're back on tour. We got John Popper from Blues traveler. We got Sugar Ray on the show. Sister Hazel, We're going deep into the nineties, so Definitely check it out. It's gonna be an awesome show you just a huge show Five o'clock on Saturday, right before cousin Brucie. Thank you. Constantine. Constantine Maroulis. Alright, pal. Every Saturday afternoon at five. Constantine Maroulis? Yes, constancy Right now It is time for the 77. W ABC clip of the day ahead of traffic in sports. Every Sunday morning starting at 8 30. It's Cats Roundtable here. John talks with Nigel Farage. British political activist about Biden. Good morning, Nigel. How are you this morning, John. Good morning. What a shocking, shocking week. Its name, hasn't it? I can scarcely believe what Biden did. Did he notify Boris Johnson, prime minister at all in Great Britain. He did not for over 100 years. In virtually every single conflict. We've been side by side, The British and the Americans, jobs far bigger than the hospital were still very important for to an ally of America's. We weren't consulted. NATO wasn't consulted. Joe Biden did not ring any world leader speak to any world leader and so 48 hours after the full of carbon, and this is the most complete failure of leadership I've seen in my lifetime all the big, heavy hitters on Katz's Roundtable every Sunday morning. Get 8 30 W. ABC right now It's time for Joe Nolan. Anything better out there. Joe Nolan and things get better? No, but it's not true. I mean, the rain has stopped in a lot of places the water will start to come down, but I mean, there's flooding everywhere. First of all accidents as you travel out onto the queens bound side of the Throgs Neck Bridge..
"john popper" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A couple amazing John Popper stories which don't fit. I don't think in the Dan Patrick show, but they were they were them and Dave Matthews Band were like head to head in the early in the late nineties as the two most popular bands in that genre, and, of course, Dave Matthews Band continued on and then upward trajectory anyway, enough about Maria, Um do we do we have rob Parker? Because Rob, want to hop in on the high will join us in the second. You know, Ryan, obviously you're playing in the NBA as long as you did. You understand what I try to convey to people which sometimes when you lose your best guy or one of your best guys? Bad broadcasters do the well, Somebody's got to step up. Well, yeah, obviously, But when you you change kind of who you are and how you play, there's a certain freedom to it right? Like we've seen When the first game when when Milwaukee didn't have, um, yeah, honest that that ball moves a little bit more right. It moves because there's not one guy who can go one on one and create shots for everybody else. And you know you're going to the gym going to get more shots going to get more opportunities. And so there's a certain level excitement. Conversely, you're also usually being defended eventually by a better player because the best player is usually garden, the other team's best player best defenders, anyway. That said, This is a unique series. It's going to be built as Chris Paul trying to finally win his championship late in his career, and Yanez trying to solidify himself as a superstar and win a championship, And yet if we really look at it The Bucks closed out the Hawks without Yannis, the Plast two games. And the sons went up two games to none on the Clippers without Chris Paul. I mean, Doug. The proof is in the pudding. You said it earlier. LeBron James misses a game. Is there any chance on God's green Earth? That the Lakers close out a team. No. No. There, is it? If Kevin Durant goes missing for the Brooklyn Nets. They already didn't have a shot, You know? I mean, it was already a struggle. It was a struggle. Uh, without James Harden. And without Kyrie Irving. They ain't the shot without Kevin Reynolds floor. It calls out we say if we said if If the Nets only lost Kevin Durant but still had carry Irving and James Harden, or when they lost carry Irving if they would have still ahead. James Harden. When they didn't have James Harden. They still had carry Irving and Kevin Durant like that's the I think the mistake in that is Those teams are built that way. They can. They kind of are, but they're not doing it without Katie. Yeah, but LeBron's LeBron's team like this year LeBron couldn't win without a D or a healthy A D. And he would you would you just really wouldn't have a shot. You know you wouldn't have a shot without any, but you really wouldn't have it nonetheless. So what I'm saying is And it's the truth of the matter. Those are good teams. But those aren't necessarily a plus. Plus superstar players. Chris Paul superstar Never been to the big dance before. Obviously lob City clippers. We couldn't get it done. We couldn't get over the edge and that they think it ends up being more of a knock on Blake Griffin and the composition of our team. But ultimately, you know, Chris wasn't like LeBron like Chris wasn't Katie. You know, there's no distance only there's only a handful of those guys less than a handful of those guys on the planet. And Yanis. Answer the coop. Oh, In the fourth quarter is not the best player on the Milwaukee Bucks. We say it again. Let me slow down. I know Doug. A lot of people didn't hear Yannis onto the coop. Oh, in the fourth quarter of basketball games is not the best player on the Milwaukee Bucks is Chris Middleton. Chris Middleton is a guy who puts you over the head. So I mean it just it is what it is. You are who we thought we were. And Doug Mark my words. The debate is going to get sparked up and You know, Chris Paul is the greatest thing ever. Yana Sana Coop. Oh, he's the greatest thing ever smoking, you got over the edge. They're going to get all the accolades, but not quite for me. I think you have to respect those guys. You're talking Hall of Famers, but there's just levels. There's Durant levels. There's LeBron. There's Steph Curry levels. You know, there's Kawai. Leonard levels even And I'm not ready to send those guys passed. Okay? Does how they play in this series. Does that determine whether or not like if Yannis does dominate in the fourth quarter, coming off of a bad knee? Does that change your opinion? I'm gonna I'm going to give respect where it's due because that's what I'm about. But I would have to see consistency there. And like, ultimately, like Here's the truth, man. When when you're a smaller guard. It is hard for you to get your shot off at really, really high levels of basketball. We've even seen Steph Curry struggle at times getting a shot off. You know, you can kind. That's why when Kevin Durant came, and it was like, okay, give it to the one on one guy because stuff can make a shot, But he's not gonna make it at high level steak the same way that Kevin Durant would so We'll play through. Kevin Durant will use you as a space and no disrespect at all the Steph Curry. But in terms of Chris Paul, it is tough. It really, really high stakes, very smaller guard to get a shot of and I don't think it's and knocked to those guys. That's just why the always, you know, I don't actually think I'm gonna disagree with you here, okay? And But look, you play in the league. I didn't. I don't. Yes, it's hard to get your shot off. Absolutely okay, but it's also that's not where being a small guard hurts you. It's at the other end of the court. Right. There's just like you. Can't you just get Isaiah Thomas after the hip? You just can't hide him. He's obviously not the same guy. But I'm saying when we crown guys as the guy like when we crown LeBron because he makes the shot, right, we ground KTs because he makes the shot. We crown Michael Jordan, Kobe because they make the shot. You can expect the same of a small guard. Go ahead, duck. No, I was I was just saying, I don't think it comes down to making the show. I do think So. So if Janos makes the shot, do we crown Let's welcome in Rob Parker, who joins us double odd couple which you can hear at seven Eastern 10 Pacific for Pacific Coast time. Of course, you can see him undisputed on Fox Sports. One other TV shows. Okay, so Uh, Rob, if let's say Yannis, if they win..
"john popper" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"A world class monster postgame, a man who after more than half a century is only now coming into focus. As possibly this nation's worst serial killer. Arrived. His name is Vince. Oh, Dempsey. Psychopath, gangster. Child killer. Rapist. I'm Matthew Condon, journalist and true crime author. And I've spent years researching and tracking the life and crimes of this vicious murderer. And this is Ghost Gate Road. Justice is eternal. And so too are the rights of victims. Vincent Dempsey is currently serving life for three murders. Self confessed to 33. My opinion, it's Hmm. Oh, ones that my new harmonicas in yesterday, Uh and they were recommended by that guy right there. John Popper. Um, but oddly enough, surprisingly, I can't play them as well as he can. But one can always continue to dry. Tom Brady. Thought Bitcoin was going to go deep. But, um.
"john popper" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"John Popper. I told you that story last week. I won't go back into it today, but seems to be a really nice guy. I've Again. He helped my fiance. Um, figure out what to do. She wanted to buy me new harmonicas after I seem to have misplaced mine and He came forth with. She knows somebody that I used to play in his band. Um, well, it used to date somebody that played in his band and John Popper was kind enough. To give a very expansive Answers. Okay, let's get back to the markets. See where we're trading here. The Markets are really trying to decide what to do. The Dow down 150 points, but the NASDAQ up 90 points and an ongoing set of rotations. And in the meantime, You've got All these things going on underneath the surface, including Debate about valuations. Now. The S and P is at the bottom of the recent valuation range, but the range is at a high spot. But at the same time, analysts are ratcheting up their estimates of earnings for the coming year. Which are now 12% above the pre covid pig. So what could happen? As you could get valuations. That rise. No that fall. At the same time, earnings are rising. And if earnings estimates keep Soaring above. The rage. Of the valuation. You could have evaluations that fall. While the market goes higher. And that's something that a lot of people are having a hard time. But Getting a grip on Lot of people are worried about Wage increases as well. Average generally, earnings increased at 6%. Now, why does this matter? It's a double edged sword. If people have more money, they have more money to spend. But it does it can Way into Way to risk For these companies profit risk. And that's heaviest in retail and services industries. Lowest in pharmaceuticals. So you have companies out there that are going to be exposed to risk for paying more for labor. So that's one thing we're going to watch. Now, Um it's been interesting in today's no exception. These big cap technology stocks. Are have been rallying better than the market now. For a few weeks, and you can throw today into that mix. Facebook, Amazon Apple, Microsoft all trading higher today. Alphabet. Google's not Netflix is not, but they're not down much. NVIDIA Advanced Micro Devices trading higher. So What this means. There's just no thing we're going to rotate in and back out of Or people saying, Hey, you know these things I'm finally able to buy these things. At reasonable prices. Are we now? Okay to buy these things. And the semiconductor index itself is breaking out. Now again, Part of that is supply and demand. There's a shortage of chips. And that shortage of chips. Is leading to higher prices. This is not all about Just gamesmanship. I'm part of it is that these areas? Had been ignored. Really? Since last September. Now they're starting to rally again. Um And so a lot of these stocks Are now. In overbought territory. Or in the case of video. An extreme overbought territory. Alphabet over by Amazon over by Twitter overbought. Again. That doesn't mean that they're going to trade down. It might mean they continue that way. It can go on for a long period of time. I am telling you, you just need to be careful. Buying stocks in that category, because oftentimes they simply Correct or consolidate for a long period of time. And you end up Just sitting there hoping and waiting..
"john popper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And then during the show, I remember being at the merchandise table. He gave me a shout out on stage three times ever since then. We've been great friends. He's brought me to the Opry. He gave me a quote from our releases coming out tomorrow. I mean, he's just been a great friend and a mentor and for him to come over and do those kind of things was unheard of being a national headline Acts. I have a similar story. I was backstage at a concert one time and I was enjoying my sandwich just sitting on the stage. Kicking my legs back and forth. And then John Popper got off of his tour bus and then came in in 98 months. Ate my sandwich. Alright, JD. Listen, I do want to say one thing on a serious note, though. Uh, you hate you've helped raise thousands and thousands of dollars. For Saint Jude and I just want to say thank you because that's wonderful because what they do at ST Jude for these Children is absolutely amazing, and they're trying to do it at no cost to the families while this child And the family are going through the worst time in their life. The darkest hours. I just want to say thank you, man. I appreciate that. Yeah, I got started my career early on on raising money for charity. That's how that's how I built my brand. That's how it got out and shake hands and met fans and built my fan base was charities early on, I still get back. I'd love to get back to charity, especially saying to you now that I have a son of my own. Who is healthy and doing awesome. It's just like I I know there's people out there that don't have, um, I have kids that are battling health issues and that our at ST Jude and fighting for their lives, and it's just like now that I have a son of my own. I've always had a soft heart for kids. I definitely have even softer heart. Now that I have Jackson look in his eyes every day. I'm just so thankful for the good Lord's blessings. But if I can use a platform for my music reach fans help raise money. I try to take advantage of that every chance I get, or every call. I get so always taken pride and helping charities and give them back. And I'm I'm just glad to be able to heck of a time. JD Shelburne got a new album dropping tomorrow or opening up for ZZ Top. Your new dad, you just got beat with in a wrestling match a couple of weeks ago. On your way. Okay, so a shade JD. It's always great to talk to you, buddy. Have a fantastic weekend. Man and good luck on the new album. Alright, buddy. Appreciate you guys. Steve. Man, JD. Is he still on? He's got great hair. You can't spell ST Jude without J d, right. Is he still on the line? He's not. You know, you're gonna make fun of him now taught him everything you know. No, no serious. I meant I meant to bring this up. I gave him the hair tips. Mhm. Yeah, You're the one who said go with the spiky. I didn't think you had hair tips Got like a pompadour thing going. Oh, What do you think, Tony? Bad. Who do you think taught him that here's vanity talking to him. Here's what you need to do. You need to put your hair in a pompadour and then light a garbage can create on fire and sing around it by, uh, so album drops tomorrow. He's opening up for ZZ Top. We couldn't give away this easy top tickets today. Because people couldn't figure out the song party on the pad, and if it was in our system, it's not that deep of a coma. It is not. I say, I knew that song. Most of us knew that song and we'll do it again tomorrow, and I had a couple of listeners screaming on Twitter said. I'm yelling at my radio. Yes, Jeff, the trooper, and then Joey Straight and by the way, feel free to hit anybody up with jokes of the day. Oh, absolutely, yes. If you want your joke, and you know what we need to do, But that's a great idea. David, you get a prize. And if we pick your joke of the day? Oh, yeah. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, and that way we don't have to work. Well, most of the time we have to have to because sometimes as in this morning twice said, What do you think of this joke? Oh, yeah, He did it and I said, Yeah, I think it's okay. And then I chickened out and then you chickened out. You called an audible at the line of scrimmage, Do I? You guys want a bonus? Joke of the day? Yes, Let's do it. Alright. Bonus joke of the day, courtesy of Dave Channing. Hey, guys. Hey, Dave used to date a girl with the lazy eye Really? A lazy eye, lazy eye, you say Oh, no. Didn't work out very well. It turns out she was seeing someone else the whole time..
"john popper" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Remember Which i remember one time in college there is a big headliner. That was gonna play. You know they always brought on a big spring act for something similar to what you're saying in that headliner cancelled and they replaced him with john popper of blues traveler and I wouldn't have gone to see the original. But i went to go see. John popper blues traveler speech to music. Taste but i got news very good but like i got there and i was like god damn i hope he's learned the harmonica vest. I hope he's wearing the harmonica vest. And i don't remember if he was wearing the harmonica best or not. But that's that's part of his look think ours was a third eye. Blind was there. I blind in iraq is really cool. Tell me gonna be nin tuned in the third by third eye blind. Sorry i'm a among two cups of coffee. In the last hour. I got a new curate machine. Today had curie in years. And i'm because i had the espresso which by by all accounts is better coffee. But it's not it's not the watery as american coffee. I know in law. So i had to get that that office coffee curate just to get fixed and so i'm i'm a little. I'm a little jittery right now. So i'm i'm so asia k-cup coffee tastes like you took a regular cup of coffee and just let ice like dissolve into it for like over. The course of the game wasn't like it was like a hot room or something. Like dissolves into that coffee over the course of like four hours and then like you went back to drink cup coffee but it made it serves its purpose always which i'll give chaos credit for. It's like it's like ninety ninety percent of the way to a good cup of coffee or like we'll just let's just say like now like a coffee snob. Good cup of coffee but just like a good like You know diner cup of coffee. Just a strong. You know car. That comes out of a metal carafe or whatever you wanna call it. Yeah he cups like ninety percent of the way they're i think they're they're getting closer each year they have been at innovate. That next year will be the l. cup.
"john popper" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Kickers. I'm going to look up a now. I'm gonna be in town. Brush popper not john popper because we feel like this. The difference between and is iowa towns. Lamar's you'd call them. Brush poppers fordad. She'd call him shit kickers. These are brush pop crash. Poppers got okay like like frilly not frilly what i'm looking for tacitly colorful it. Tacitly vests just with Like there's like shit hanging off. Bright brad shit covered in shit. It comes from a very early nineties like everybody was trying to bring them that particular type of color into their world. Okay i found. I found what is a brush popper. I don't know this is from brush. Poppers cowboy church is that the name of a miami. Why the presh- popper pops okay. The cowboys was cattle across the open range. On a cattle drive different kabila little a brush proper would aggressively seek cattle that strayed into the thickets thorns and brush. These cowboys were often considered their own elite breed. They would go into the brush for days at a time days at a time. Hurting and wrangling individual cows from the brush back into the heard much like you know what it sounds like like wearing brightly colored payroll. Sounds a little sify. Yeah so like colleen that type of clothes like it's actually a brush popper whereas it's kind of them the masculine chef yes. It's sort of like protesting right like the rock and roll kind of thing. Yeah have you noticed that. No male celebrity chefs wanna at all seem dainty potentially dot one thousand percent masculine cool. Yes yes it's like they're all overcompensating. I'm sure there's exceptions. I don't watch the food network. I'm trying to think of if there's any. Non super masculine chef is garrison What's his name. I was gonna say garrison keeler garrison brown alton brown alton brown. He's not like superman. Mario is. I feel like there was something problematic about him. He's like yes like me to kind of. I don't wanna be. I could be wrong. So i shouldn't say that but i feel like maybe you guys. This was so much fun. You'll have to come back. please please. Thanks for having us michael as always. It's a pleasure to see you. But alison thank you daniel tony. It's always a pleasure to see you guys you too. Yeah it's great. I you guys looked great. You everybody's looking very healthy. I see. I watched the sun go down on my face. And now it's going down on tony's face just slightly south of me you're using our faces like as if they're sun dials.
"john popper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Like Cypress Hill, huh? That's good. So you go and Thrax now we're cooking a gas baby, because you're old bear tooth. Seven dust knocked loose and then it goes on and on and on and on from there. Let's go to Friday. Que the Metallica. Oh, I just put him away. Metallica is Friday night. Metallica is Friday night. Oh, well, I'm you have not been to a concert until you've seen metallic alive. I've seen him in a couple times for good, but Still not that gigantic hole of metallic so they're no Saxton. Let me tell you they should be there. By the way. No, I was hoping we would see Saxon on this play, but nobody nubs. Next. It's this name snip nubs next year. Loves next. Sit me next to him. Could you all please? Just He said, No. I'm not playing that one for the love of Pete could just give you one day where you don't We're not playing this week alive Freight train to take us to the stage or need enjoy it. Bird holding onto a steering wheel steering wheel. Make it as a bald ego. Actually, I actually almost wore that shirt Friday, divert all because you were there, Uh, for my sex, assuring them like you know what? I'm not gonna give him the pleasure. So I think nuts, nephew drooling. It's next nips Nips. Anybody knows No Noble of Liberty, but they did. Okay. On Friday night, you got Metallica. You got Jane's addiction That's really cool, Right Love Jane's addiction. Kill switch Engage Rise against turnstile memoir Still the A turnstile from Broad ballerina Do brand new one allegedly only had 400 people go through Go Is a very fair was in the lead singer die in this man. Thanks. So what? Maybe No, he left a porno for Pyros, right? Oh, that's right. I thought he hung himself. I was doing that. No, no, that was in excess, Michael, huh? I hope I was thinking of. I can't think of the name of the band now Blind melon. Oh, blind melon that you just lost a bunch of weight. I thought he died died. Oh, you guys got in front of blackmail? No, no, You're right. I'm sorry. I'm taking up. Which is the big guy that you said the heart horror. That was John Popper. Blues travelers traveling. Yeah, Here's the thing, though. Little known fact, Perry Farrell from Jane's Addiction was actually cousins with Jimmy Swaggart. I heard that Tell coming together now it's by the way, That is a thing that's going to happen for the rest of this shows like he's ahead of me, and he was getting wait a.
"john popper" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"This one is. You don't have to love me. Which is off of their relatively newer album. It was released in two thousand and twelve. Call suzy the whip And the only reason from me that this is a honorable. Mention is because there wasn't room and to John popper and company did not write this. This was actually written by a different band. written by aaron beavers and for specifically other bands. So this is a song that they're actually covering And i think they actually do a way better. I've heard both versions in the in the first version. They don't do that whole due to do do to do. They don't do any of that. And the homolka. Solo in this version is just a guitar solo in the original so I think we've traveled. Added something to this and i think that's what's interesting but it's an honorable mention only because pompton company did not write it. i can only assume you've heard the song. Yes yes not as familiar with the newer stuff Definitely have on rotation. When i tell the computer. God's happening it's like here you go i will. I like bits and pieces of their other stuff for some reason suzie cracks. The whip was in my head and my car actually around the time that we met. I think two thousand twelve yet. So i've had that in my car for going on Almost ten years now. So you know it's a it's great album to me Okay ended the honorable mentioned coming coming up here on the podcast right now after this ad doubts. Do don.
"john popper" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You don't get excited over the senior bowl. I don't know. Why do you as we're talking about some of the prospects in the break. I was just listening to the original spin doctor there. John Popper. Way had Chris the other way around. Chris Barron on the show. Yeah, it was the other way around and do is Chris Barron was an original blues traveler. And then he Yeah, he was well aware of No. No spin doctors was a side project. John Popper left to go focus on blues traveler. But then But then Chris Barron was in blues traveler a little bit too. Yeah. So with the original the original probably met was on the side project. I'm just about it, but I think we're both right here. Yeah, I've heard it Both wish. Okay? Whatever. All right, so anyways, yes. Chris Barron. If you missed it, we had the lead singer to spend doctors on on Friday. There was a lot of fun. Go check it out. Broncos country tonight dot com Already get to Ben's best bet of the day coming up here in a matter of moments first, this one in the text line. Is there a scenario where we could trade back one or two times in the draft. And acquire picks to fill our defense defensive needs this year while also getting 2022 capital in case what feels absolutely absolutely, honestly, if you're if you wanted to paint a picture for me of how this really looks. That's exactly what you do. If you're George Payton is your trading back in the draft. You're acquiring draft capital for next year. If you can't even a first rounder for next year, an additional one And your still setting yourself up for success. There are talented cornerbacks. They're going to go late in the first round into the second round. There are talented linebackers. They're going to be available. We just talked about the depth of safety is incredible, so you could absolutely get talent. Coming up later in the draft. If you decide that at pick nine. It's better for you because there might be teams that are trying to leapfrog up there to get, say, trail ends or exam. I mean that that that's a perfect example of a guy that could be sitting there at nine and your team that maybe doesn't want to bring on another project quarterback. So, Yeah, absolutely. And and again. You gotta be thinking thinking if you're George Payton in this scenario of okay, I'm in a bit of a redshirt year. I have the opportunity. To wait until next year. And really take a run at some things. So this year I'm just going to kind of let things play out. Vic Fangio hopefully will prove to me that he needs to be the guy and if he's not gonna go into for direction to like, needs to prove to me, he's the guy if not going new direction. And in the meantime, I'm going to try to surround both guys with as much talent. As possible. In my scenario, that's the dream scenario. Dream scenarios to trade Down in this draft that acquires much capital is possible to roll forward so that general manager has a rolling well to go forward. He can always use that the next draft that if he doesn't like it, he can roll that capital forward. Find another trade party keep rolling that capital forward. That's the idea. The idea is to have all those bullets in the gun and be able to use them whenever you whenever you need to. Whatever that is. So when we talk about a red shirt year for the GM this year, it's a win win. The general manager could sit back make minimal acquisitions in free agency. And watch this team either succeed under Drew lock or the competing quarterback that he brings in or on def they do. He's the guy who came in and Sprinkle the magic fairy dust on this roster that worked at all. We just couldn't get it done. If it doesn't work. Well, you know, the previous general manager saddled me with, you know, with this roster and coach. I'm go ahead, clean house and make this thing in the image that I want to do with it. It's a win win. If you're a general manager, we're gonna get back to those comments from the G M's tomorrow on the program because there's just so much to unpack his way more stuff in there that we had a text or talking about Casey. Yeah, that that there's questions in there about all that kind of stuff, so we'll get into it, and I'll give you the specific the direct quotes too. Look some of these things so we can we can we can unpack that. Not like that. All right. So tomorrow on the program, we're gonna be on starting seven o'clock couple programming notes. First of all, Steve Atwater's Give me move to Thursday. He need to do a different day. We'll have granite Crystal River Air. Crocker. I am so excited to have Eric Crocker on the show of a big fan of his work. I love what he does on Twitter as well and we'll talk about secondary, which is gonna be great because we could talk about The prospects. We can talk about what the Broncos need to do. Eric Crocker's Give me great. And of course, we'll also hear from George paid disease expected to address the media in the morning. I give you the latest understand Watson here in just a matter of moments, but first, Ben's best bet of the day. That's right..
"john popper" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Pay that off Long distance dedication. We'll go back to show Broncos country tonight. Yeah. Request from Chris Barron, The Chris Barron. Lot of feedback on the text line of us seem to love that interview. So, Yeah, thank you guys for listening, And I know it's not Broncos NFL, but when you're gonna Lean into a troll. You sort of have to go full bore, especially if you're hanging out with Benjamin. All right, so that's ultimately what we decide to do here is We've been called the spin doctors and we had the lead singer of the spin Doctors on We're going to the interview of the Broncos country tonight dot com. I wanted to ask him if we were honorary members. Now I know I had like a bunch of other questions that somebody asked, like, Did you guys asked me three questions? I had so many, like like the You know the origin of the spend doctors. I was going to really lean into that stuff. But again, he gave such great answers on on really everything from you know how his music has evolved and talked about his time with John Popper. It's interesting, though, because I was reading. I was reading some backstory on Chris Barron with spend doctors and one of the things that was pointed out he's actually kicked out of blues traveler. Oh, okay. Yeah, I was like, I don't know if I should ask you about that, because I might be weird like things approach because the original band is back together, right? I was gonna ask him because one of the guys had left. Just quit on stage like walk out on stage. There were the guitar just exhaustion from touring back in the days and was out for a while then he eventually came back. But You know that? You know you were asked about stuff like that. But you also don't want to. You know if it's a bad if things are going good now, I don't wanna broke the bad stuff. No doubt about it, but he's absolutely out of fun and again. Make sure you check out his thirsty Thursday. Happy hours for 30 says here 4 30 Eastern time on stage it dot com All right. Let's head out to the hotline and bring on from the program. Russell Brown..
"john popper" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Some jazz some blues some country Yeah. I mean, I really I really dug it. I kind of like, said I'm kind of jamming out to Chris Barron. Over the last couple of days. I've been listening to it to his solo work and obviously going back toc his fantastic work with the spend doctors, and he joins us right now on this show. Chris Barron on with Ryan Edwards. Benjamin Albright at the Chris Barron on Twitter. Chris. Thanks so much for the time tonight, man. How are you? Ryan. Then how you guys doing? Thanks for having me. Absolutely, man. We're thrilled. So you know one of the things that as I was listening to kind of the evolution of your music, because I'm kind of a little bit of a nerd about these sort of things. And you're all this really, actually very happy to hear that there is an evolution news to me. Well, I mean, like, because you're like your later stuff use a little more bluesy. And he obviously I mean, I was listening to. We just played a track from angels in one arm jugglers. And you know, so you like him or country in there, you know, versus what you guys did earlier, but the big thing I wanted to know is like what you knew about music. 30 years ago when you guys put out pocket full of kryptonite. So what you know now, I mean, if you could say one thing to your yourself back then what would it be? Uh um, I don't know. You know, I don't wanna be a jerk, but I actually I think I was on the right track. When I was, you know, like I'm 50. Shoot now 53 in a couple of days and Ah, I've always kind of Taken Music very seriously but myself. Not that seriously, And I think it's kind of served me well, but I always had a sense of humor about myself, and I've always worked really hard on music. And, um, I I, You know, the spin doctors are still together with the original guys. Which you know I'm playing with the guys that I was playing with back then, um So I mean, it's interesting. You say that about the blues because I Have always been into blues music. You know, I went to high school with John Popper. From the blues traveler, the harmonica player and we were like 15 16 years old and I was starting to get more serious about playing the guitar and stuff and And I went to John. There's a John, you play blues music, right means like Yeah, nothing in rock and roll which I liked, you know, comes from the blues and he was like, Yeah, I like art. Show me the blues. So he played me like the blues brothers, and he played me. Um um You know a lot of like, kind of slick Chicago Blues, which I thought was really cool, and I did something that I did a bunch of times back then, which is I took my allowance to in the town and lived in. There was this amazing record store. It's still there. It's one of the you know. Vinyl record stores still around. From the Princeton Record Exchange is really kind of legendary record store that happened to be in my hometown, so juggling allowance in there and instead of lying like, you know, like the fancy. Nice like blues records. John showed me I bought like Three or four old, crusty blues records that were like 99 cents each on I bought like a Clarence Gate Mouth Brown record. One record I bought. It was like you know, a dollar 99. It was called Memphis Blues again Volume four and it was like this anthology of this super crazy Gut bucket blues, and it was mostly just like You know, one instrument and a singer like mostly a guitar player and a singer, and I was just starting to learn a little bit about music theory. I've been taking guitar lessons for a while, and I had been I just got into music theory classes in freshman in high school, and I just got into that class completely randomly because my science teacher in middle school was like I'm gonna put you in AP Bio for your freshman year, so I had, like real and I almost failed that class, and he was like, just He took a pond and it was just not my field at all, eh? So I had an extra elected, so I took music theory. So I was learning a little bit of that chords and stuff like that when I heard Blues music Um, you know, back then, in the eighties, there was a lot of like, you know, really kind of special rock around fans of Boston and you know they were playing, like really kind of elaborate stuff that I that I love, but I couldn't really figure out When I heard these, like these guys just like clings like across the nasty old blues. That it's just for one thing. It just got me for some reason. It got me on this, like kind of physical, this rule kind of level, and I could also kind of figure it out. Because I knew what you know. I knew what a 12 bar blues progression was. So I could kind of like, follow along with the courts. That was the first music I ever heard. That I love music. But that was the first music I ever heard. That made me wanna, like play music. And from there, I got until, like muddy waters and some of them or kind of like established Guys, but I was always into them. You know, the more like kind of gut bucket stuff, Because what? What hit me was like you don't have to play. Um this like super elaborate. Groups of notes to get something across musically, that if you're since here and you got, like some gods and some balls, and you really have something to say, You don't have to play something that's like super duper elaborate and that was like my doorway into into music. And I've been I've been into you know, I've just been a super blues freak. You know, ever since, but that's I mean here in the rock and roll, and if you're in any kind of Americans, and then your fundamental like black music is where you've got to be coming from, because that's where that's what it's all about. Love that with Chris Barron here, lead singer of the Spin Doctors, Chris bench, but all right here. I appreciate you doing this, by the way. Um, Yeah, e You know you were you guys Were this the soundtrack to my to my middle school and high school years? You remember, I think we'll take the last cassette and first CD I Owned assed far as that goes, so for me, this is you know, it's just kind of Ah, ah, bit of a Fanboy moment. I guess you know I was. It was envied people. The musicians. Ryan's got a little town with that I don't have much time with that at all..
"john popper" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A little easier to say. Goodbye. Oh, I know, I know. Right now. It was Ben's idea. So it was not my idea, Your Honor, and I have no idea why he would say so make such a spurious accusations. Speaking the spin doctors Chris Barron, the lead singer of the spin doctors is gonna go Was on Friday night. 7 30, You're not gonna want to miss this, and he's thrilled. I mean, he's been tweeting about it for a while now, so it's happened and it's going down. Real real. Listen to some of his soul music today. It was good was good. It was a little more blue Z country a little bit of pop in there, but you know, again, just sort of like You know what he did? I guess, Post spend doctors and, yeah, you told me a while Back about the blues traveler thing, and I thought that was kind of fascinating. There. You should a jam session recently with John Popper. There they were the band. They got him and John Popper where the spin doctors and then it was, you know that Barbara let to do blues traveler. That's great, But yeah, it's good stuff. Yeah, I was kind of country blues, you know? Of, uh, rock. Easy was, you know it is good. It's really good, though. All right, so we'll talk to a Chris Barron coming up on Friday. Next segment. We'll get Zach Stevens from D envy our little later on. Tim Jenkins is gonna break down Trey Lance. For us, but right now it is time to take the case to court. Let's go. It's time for Broncos country tonight to take the case took chord. You want answers. I think I'm entitled you want. Answer the truth. Who's gonna be on the judge's favor? This time? You can't handle the truth. A Rod What's the case tonight? Thank you, Roach. What you are about to hear is real. The participants are not actors. Their actual people have likely already completed one another live on air in a hot, take filled 75 related argument or been officially served a summons to appear in K O a court. Both parties in the argument have agreed to dismiss their court cases and have their disputes settled here in our forum. Even though they will both be too stubborn to give in the ears of Broncos country or upon the airwaves for the often poorly imitated most certainly never duplicated. What only take the case to K O a court the prosecution from Riddle So the Mexico Ryan, This is where I usually put a me name in, but classic number one. Edwards. Arguing the Broncos should draft a quarterback in the first round. The defense from Lona Arkansas. Benjamin, This is where I usually also put something in me, but Class Act number two. Albright arguing the Bronco shouldn't Matt draft a quarterback in the first round? I'm your judging bailiff from Lancaster, California The Honorable Anthony one last two Rod Rodriguez. It's time for the guys to take the case to K away court, Gentlemen. Court for the final time with me is you're judging Bela is now in session. All right. Awesome. Fantastic. I don't want to say number two, but that was have to take your word for it. Number two..
"john popper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We start another week with Mike and Dwayne Tuesday Thursday with Mike Wednesday with tight as we get ever closer Heckman There's a little word about maybe Rob Manfred and 1 62 stuff we could get into Giants make a trade. Ah great giant coach and figure retires. But first, Mike as we say good morning to you on the Omagh guess line happy Tuesday to you. Well, you gotta start with the big news. I know you talkto Greg and John Popper inland last week, But it's our first chance to talk to you. And there's been even more reflection. I think as the weekend went on of the passing of Tommy Lasorda Mike, I was I was pretty taken with how much it kind of went on for a couple days like people really were affected by his presence in the game, and, uh And and you. You were right there. You knew him. So good morning, Mike. And just some more thoughts as you reflect it over the weekend about Tommy. Good morning to you. And yeah, we've got a million stories. You know they're not all good. I mean, caustic personality, Especially when you didn't wear his uniform. You know, he gave you a picture musical Try make your life is miss brawls. As possible. And then he was not above using you as a prop. If you walked into a golf tournament, you were there and he had his entourage always had an entourage and he was single you out, and he would just start dressing you up and down to entertain the folks around him and whatnot. But You know, he was Hey, was a cartoon and you know, he He was a guy who's kind of a frustrated athlete. He pitched 11 years. In the minor leagues at Triple A level in Montreal. It's like a legend up there, but he never got the big leagues when he did. He was well, you got the big leagues, his own forehead, one start own four. And don't think for a second that we wouldn't remind him of that when he walked by our dugout, you know, so We would. We would try and throw fuel on the fire whenever he could. But I will tell you one story about him that I haven't told before. And it gives you an idea of the kind of guy you know you just ambassador to not just baseball but to life. This is like 1920 20, I think was the first year That, uh, the Pac Bell opened up, and, uh And the sort of I think he was tied in. You know, in 1996, I think is when he retired anyway, so, but he was always at the game. And here we are, Samson when he certainly wanted to see the new ballpark. And on this particular day in the middle of summer is the second time the Dodgers had come in a friend of mine that I got to high school with John Bush, his wife, Robin, live up in Marin, and they have a The other boy, Alex, And at that time, Alex was a first year Boy Scouts and on that particular night, John came in with a friend of his, and there were two little boys. They're They're 11 12 years older 10 or whatever. The first year of Boy Scouts is and they had their shirts on and they had their neckerchiefs and their little caps. And then you know that Anywhere. They came into the boot during the course of the ball game, And while we're in there Here comes the story pokes his head, and he sees the four guys and they're the two little boys with scout jerseys on And again, you know, John was my best man at my wedding and we played basketball in high school grew up together and And from Southern California and So obviously John was you know he knew of Lasorda and he was a Dodger fan. Hello, I anyway, so here comes We're sort of walking down the hall. He pokes his head in the booth. And he sees the two little guys there He comes walking in and you know, and he doesn't just sneak and you know, he comes in arms are flailing his, you know, and he's interrupts what he's saying. And he sees the two guys and right away. It takes his fingers and he puts him up to us to his head, and he started reciting the Bush scout oath. And a serious he starts the to know best. They put their fingers up on that Captain salute. And they said, saying the bush got up on my honor. I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and that they just got what help other people at all times to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight. And it was perfect. These two old guys, you know, they spend up hours trying to memorize just thinking they had no clue. The time of your sort of was, But you should've seen the look on the two fathers. It was priceless. There's a guy who's uh, who's a legend and I don't think anybody work the room better than this guy and On that particular moment he made those two little guys feels that they were the most important guys in that room, and I thought that was a pretty pretty special. Well, what a character and like you said. Not all good. Like he okay, I'll come in. He'll step on toes, but men just you just larger than life. You know, it's a character that you just don't get around anymore. You know everybody's kind of tamp down a little bit these days, but Not Tommy Lasorda. It was a you know, I had him on Mount Dodger more. I made it up here on the air. Mike, What do you think as a I go, Jackie Vin Scully. Tommy Lasorda and Sandy Koufax and my leaving something. Yeah, I can't. I can't argue with that. I really can't. I mean, he He's just a cartoon. And I mean, he was right there with. You know, Harry Carey was here replaceable. I mean, they're just that aren't many guys like that. That just Come into the game and it's their life and they never change and they stay in that character. You know, it Z. I agree that those four of the guys Yeah, and then he missed him. I mean, in the sense that there's really nobody in the Dodger organization now represents that. You know, it's not that that guy who when they come to town Not Dave Roberts. It's not, you know the Andrew Friedman. You know, it's kind of like we're miss it. So anyway, Uh ah. Life long life like you said, Not always perfect, but certainly memorable. And I knew obviously you knew him quite well. So there you go. On By the way, while we are talking about people who are icons in the front as I want to make sure to get a little congratulations out to your partner, Dwayne Keiper was named California sportscaster of the year Now you've done this a couple of times, I think so. Another honor for you guys is pretty cool. Yeah, Yeah, I'm really excited for him. I mean, the National Sports Media Association. I gotta be honest. I didn't even know that the word existed until a few years ago. But Got going on on the guys who wanted before. And, uh, you know, and, yes, I talked to try to call him up and congratulated he goes. Oh, you mean I won the Vin Scully Award him He wanted probably 20 times, but return And, uh, you know which it was a big big name down in l. A bill King wanted I think, three times. Uh, big Papa wanted a couple times. Um Kim Korac. Um And you know, you start to look at the people that have won this thing and that's what humbles you and last year Dave Fleming. He put his name on the list and for going to do it this year is pretty special. He's going in with Ted Lightner, whose the Padres announcer and it was funny one. I called up type. I said, I go. Yeah, you and Ted later I go..