17 Burst results for "John Vander"
"john vander" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"I just don't know. I don't know i think it'd be georgia wrinkle. Actually probably really a you know. I was gonna put you. I was going to put you into into the john lennon's maybe i would make i would definitely be. I think i would be paul mccartney. Yeah because a guy that likes to be the show guy out front just trying to you. Know it you know diversifying. He had wings for a little while was in any other band at all No no that was really hit. How about ringo was ringo in any other band. no ringo. He never joined a regular band. Put an album out but he does do. Ring goes all star band tours every year and but he does jerry's who are the traveling wolfberry. No that's jeff lynne from yellow. Tom petty and wait a second. Who was the drummer in in the traveling wolf berries. Now those no drama. I mean there was a drama. There's a studio guy. There wasn't any musician like well known. Musician was the drummer for roy. Orbison tom no george harrison and george harrison right well take. It wasn't beautiful yet. You said who was the drummer. He didn't say who was was no sorry. I thought that there was a beetle. I hadn't gotten a george harrison. You're right i did forget. That was in traveling bilberries too. Yeah i knew there was a be for some reason. I i didn't realize bob dylan was in there. Yeah it's really kind of a crazy group of like ridiculously famous guys like the super group of super groups. Right there really. Yep yep Vegas for the weekend and yeah. We talked about that on last episode. See piff the magic dragon. What is piff the magic dragon. It's a show he was on. I believe america's got talent or something. America's most wanted maybe one of these two either one of them. There's a big difference between those two had amount of. I'm watching you try not to spit it out now. What they're doing. They're doing live shows so they are doing. Some socially distanced shows in other words. The shows that couldn't sell out. Well no it's interesting the because they actually They've got specific seating like you have to buy a specific group of tickets. It has to be either like you know. Two or three or four. Because they're going to seat you as a group together but they're gonna see your group apart from other group that's cool. It is pretty cool. And i also heard about some of the bigger shows like all the cirque shows are shut down right now right right right circa some of the bigger theaters. So they've taken some of these circ theaters and they've moved smaller shows into the big cirque theater so they can create the nice. The socially distanced space. So it's what is the magic dragon about. I'm trying to remember. Because i remember seeing him at least four or five years ago on america's got talent and i thought he was hilariously. He's just really dry but honestly i don't remember like i couldn't even describe him right now which i'm thinking you know what i don't wanna go back and look at youtube stuff because it's like i just wanna be surprised now. I just looked. I won't say anything so it says that he is a magician. John vander put is a magician and comedian from the uk who performs under the stage..
"john vander" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Vote irregularities. The top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell, has also said president has every right to pursue legal challenges. Democrat Joe Biden has been projected as the elections winner. With an unassailable lead. Kate Fisher Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Democrat Count Cunning him is conceded to incumbent Republican U. S Senator Tom Tillis in North Carolina. Cunningham said in his statement today that the voters have spoken and was clear. Tell us that one tell us lead Cunningham by more than 95,000 votes. The race is too early to call. Still, with votes still uncounted. With Cunningham's concession, all eyes now turn to Georgia, where two U. S. Senate runoff races in January are Likely to determine the balance of the upper chamber. The U. S. Senate Republican Michelle Steele has defeated first term Democratic U. S representative Harley Ruda in a Southern California district. It's a big victory for the beleaguered California Republican Party after losing the seat in coastal Orange County's 48th congressional district. Two years ago. It's only the second time in over two decades that Republicans captured a Democratic held congressional district in the state. And it comes to years after Republicans lost seven House seats to the Democrats. Steele said she's ready to work with both parties have vowed to fight for lower taxes. Small businesses and their workers enter defeat. The Corona virus used the Irvine law professor, Democrat Dave Men is declared victory and a hard fought and expensive race to defeat Orange County. Republican State Senator John Moore lack Or lack one. The seat by a margin of 15% 4 years ago, the traditional Republican district in Orange County has shifted to a near tie in party registration. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. It was not the only federal employees getting the axe as Donald Trump entered the final days of his reign. The White House also dismissed the head of the program that produces the Federal government's most definitive scientific report on climate change. Michael Kuperberg worked as executive director of the U. S Global Change Research Program, which produces the national climate assessment. Kuperberg three assignment is the latest in a string of high level personnel moves to remove officials deemed insufficiently loyal to President Trump. After his re election loss last Friday. Trump removed Neil Chatterjee is chair of the FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. After chatter, jeez advocacy for opening up energy markets to renewable sources and exploring carbon pricing. Defense officials say. A Trump loyalists and former Fox News commentator has been moved into the Pentagon's top policy job. Just a few months after he failed to get through Senate confirmation because of offensive remarks he had made including about Islam, officials say. Anthony Kata, retired army one star general will be performing the duties of the undersecretary for defense policy. James Anderson, who had been acting under secretary resigned today, a day after President Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Officials spoke on condition of anonymity. A school board president in the San Francisco Bay area has resigned after his wife's racist comments about Vice President elect Kamala Harris raised an outcry. John Vander Low announced that he was last low meters elementary school district and Menlo Park. His wife, MEREDITH Phillips, Vander Low. Treatments about Harris is qualifications for vice president that all she needs to be qualified is a black and then a crude term for female genitalia. No brain needed. She also opposed to several other crude remarks, prompting dozens of parents took him and her husband's resignation and announcing his resignation. John Vander Liz said he didn't agree with his wife's reprehensible views. But given her pose, he said that His continued service will be a distraction from the work that needs to be done. John Vander, Lower former Google executive was elected to the school board in 2018 and Ed two years left in his term. MEREDITH Vander Low supporter of President Trump later apologized, then another post, saying her vulgar words were written in a moment of disappointment. Saying she was deeply sorry and ashamed. She said she's been taking medications for a debilitating neurological disease that had been winning herself from them in preparation for a scheduled hospitalization. Other board members of the district condemned the remark says racially based on gender based Hatred there, listening to the evening news on KPFK in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles, KFC F in Fresno, and we're going to take a brief break from this newscast in order to help raise funds for the Pacific Pacifica Radio archives, which hold 60,000 tape history of Pacifica radio going back to 1949. This is a national fundraising day forward the archives and you can help Yu can help digitized the recordings of historic Figures who fought for peace, equality and justice. Like Dr Martin Luther King, Junior resident parks James Baldwin, Alan wants Fannie Lou Hamer, artists like John Coltrane, Leonard Cohen, My Angelo and Allen Ginsberg and among many, many others. The work. Preserving these voices and recordings has.
"john vander" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Part of a long term fix to the problem which is focused on cleaning up the now contaminated groundwater four years ago alecto plating services on ten mile was cleaned up but the green whose that's into the highway has come from the basement of that shattered company analysts are expecting auto sales to be over seventy million vehicles for the fifth straight year once all number's been telling for twenty nineteen the Detroit news reports new vehicle sales what Klay fell a bit last year for twenty eighteen with the estimates coming in as seventeen point one million vehicles sold compared to seventy point three million vehicles sold the year before yearly sales totals will be released tomorrow by General Motors fiat Chrysler Ian Monday by Ford with foreign automakers also working to release their figures in an upcoming days we update traffic and weather for times an hour I'm Dave navy on the patriot FM one a one point five any on fourteen hundred now live from the patriot Detroit radio complex this is the John McCauley show now here's John Vander wal command to the Thursday edition of the McCallister over here on I found one a one point five AM fourteen hundred the patriot glad you could join us for the fastest our local Detroit talk radio.
"john vander" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"It was really cool. Being part of tomorrow never knows fest for the first time it was also such a pleasure to be part part of the official south by South West stage. Keenan Kush your pick came from Austin tells about it yes so this clip features to Indie rock vets broken social scenes. Kevin drew and John Vander slice and I have to say one of the cool things about being here on the talk house. Is You know being exposed to so many artists. Because I've of course there's no Kevin drew and broken social scene but I haven't been too familiar with John Vander slices music before so. It's so cool being exposed. I had a similar experience in that I knew his music But I didn't know. Just how many production credits the guy had. It was nuts. Oh yeah true multi hyphen and so this talk actually was kind of the brainchild. Pairing was of yours. Elliot's or Josh. It was sort of a team effort. This one Combo platter. Yeah Yeah Oh we were working together to see who was down south by that we'd really wanted to have on the show for a while L.. And who would fit together. It's a real tetris. Getting the perfect fit but it came together at the last minute and those guys became like fast friends I think by the end of the taping. Aping they were besties forever exchanged numbers. Oh Yeah I guess. They were hugging each other. They were hugging me. I think this is true. There's going to be a vendor slice introduced. BSS record coming up there has to be and we deserve a credit and a penny on the unit sold. The talk was really fun they go into new ordering cocaine on the dark web microdosing The you know running a studio just economically and logistically with vander slice this tiny telephone out in San Francisco. But there's this really interesting tour story that comes out and it puts you in the shoes of the artists themselves on tour. Let's roll the tape. We're we're GONNA do a little salt and some but I want to get to the road because I read that. You quit to guessing yet. I read that you quit touring because you had a you almost run a fatal accident or something thing happened. That made you say okay. That could happen in the van. I don't WanNa go out like this. And and were our lives of products of the rumble strip especially in Europe. You hit that rumble strip. You're sleeping in a bunk. And it's the scariest feeling to wake up to what what made you walk away so it was We we're on the eighty and and we were we were going probably seventy five eighty miles an hour and it was and it was dusk and we were in. I think we're in Ohio and there was the car parked on the eighty and it didn't it hazards on it was just parked. And maybe the car seized up or something but there wasn't even like brake lights so we were cooking and we were or in the with the slow lane and we saw the car maybe fifty yards ahead of hitting it. And the driver swerved over into the other lane and the van kind of keyed up on two wheels and I was like nope. We're we're we're out. We're GONNA flip. I was like I knew it. And and we didn't and there wasn't a truck doc. There there wasn't a car we didn't push anyone over. The vin went down. We passed the car. I mean we barely made it around this car and I thought just immediately you. I'm out I'm done. I had a great run. I was totally happy. I didn't say anything to anyone. We were all quiet and just like well. We're certainly you know when you when you tour you have so so many close calls that you actually your neurons won't fire anymore. You know what I mean but this my like primal rain was like no. You're too far out. You're too far out the ocean. You need to come back and so I basically went home knowing that I would never tour again. Sounds like use of Cat Stevens. Oh yeah he was in the the ocean. Oh tell me. He was in the ocean and he was. I think it was Malibu and He just got caught and tied and he said God. If you let me love have I swear I'll change at all you got to the shore and I got to see is tour. He did this thing called. How do you? How do you pronounce his name? Yusef Islam Yeah. Like use of Cat Stevens in the attic rebuilt his his attic where he used to live. Yeah when he was a child and it was studying. That's it was a stunning show. And he literally closed the show with a monologue from Zootopia. No the bunnies monologue at the end. And and he just said it's really that simple folks if we could follow this monologue from this children's film it was it. That's amazing yeah. It was I was turning the forty and it was a fortieth birthday and my partner at the time brought me and I'll never forget that because it It was it was another one of those things worth thought. Always coming into town. I knew about it and then so do you want to go six zero go and just said WH- What Am I. What was I thinking every single song somebody uh into trouble and I got teary eyed? Oh my God because I was a child of heralded Ma saw that when I was twelve and they're not greatest film of all time. Oh Yeah but either way getting back to. It's it's amazing how when you're on the road the driver's that's the most important person on the road. Yes is the driver of the Zambia or the tour bus. Yes that's IT YEP person in has your life and we there who've who've we do have died we know people who've like lost the ability to walk. It's like it's. It's the way that you're going to go out. You know the the the fast way the Slo Mo as alcohol and then there's that's Great Nice Segue yes because that is the truth. I mean we're now in our forties. I don't know how old you are. I'm fifty one and they go. We have members that are banned the same way and I always was warned. It's not GonNa be heroin's not going to be cocaine marijuana's one is going to be alcohol. They all those other drugs and don't worry about and I'm actually not kidding well but it's interesting thing to see that on the road as well because it's getting introduced to the non stop twenty four hour bar yes. I didn't realize how much it was. Just a circus into that world and we're we are in the business of selling booze. Yeah that's what we do and the party that Never stops you have to stay on top of that. Yes absolutely.
"john vander" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"A little disturbing a fifty WT L dot com. Internal affairs report found that officer John Vander lane went too far violating department policy because of his use of countermeasures was excessive resulting in injury. The guy was bitten on the arm and the back the officer suspended for eighty four hours removed from the canine unit or to form, forty hours of remedial, canine training, potentially deadly habitat is a now reaching outbreak levels in Palm Beach, and Martin counties is to be five cases per county. And it's past that probably six cases sixteen cases are reported by the health department and confirmed in Martin county. Health officials have not found the source of infection. The operator of the company involved in last year's deadly limo crash in upstate New York will be arraigned today on new charges for nominee Hussein reportedly says plead not guilty to forty council manslaughter criminally negligent homicide charges in the same into the democrat and chronicle. The attorney calls the indictment flawed and says Hussein is not. Guilty of criminal wrongdoing Hussein ran prestige limo in one of their limos crash last year, Sherry killing twenty people officials say the limo driver should not have been behind the wheel inspectors had deemed the limo. Unserviceable? Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio New York. And Israel's prime minister set to win his reelection bid. After a highly contested race, California. Congressman and conservative pundit got into a heated argument during a congressional hearing online hate speech. I think it's pretty apparent that? Mr Liu believes that black people are stupid and will not pursue the full clip in entirety. He purposely presented an extract next. Suspend for moment. Conservative commentator, Kansas Owens, accused California Democrat, Ted lieu of distorting comments. She made about Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler and TV. Actress Lori Laughlin and her husband are facing new fraud and money laundering charges in the college admissions cheating scam included, a new charge against Laurie Lachlan. Her husband and fourteen other parents now accused of conspiracy to commit money laundering, which carries up to twenty years in prison. The indictment was returned the day. After actress, Felicity Huffman, and it doesn't other parents agreed to plead guilty and avoid the additional charge Lachmann allegedly paid a half million dollars to get their daughters into USC crew team recruits that are prosecutors said the payments were disguised this charitable donations and court records, quoted a letter from the charity falsely indicating that no goods or services were exchanged Aaron Katersky. ABC news, New York. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan pushing space force in Colorado Springs. Not Florida's.
"john vander" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And that it would sort of tell the story of each rose career and how he was the fee nam, and he had all these hits. And then he just held on and held on and held on. And was actually pretty good that year for a team that was not pretty good. But that I think was special to me also because it was so kind of out of nowhere of like, no one has dedicated pinch hitters anymore. And so it was very much against it's era too. And he was chasing John vendor. While who of course, was known for that. And was playing in nineteen ninety five course field, which if you adjust that obviously the 2017 each row playing in Miami would be more hits than than vendor while so. I really was kinda into that record. But it's not like a well known record. You wouldn't have been able to name necessarily who was the single season hits record, you might guess John bender. Well, but you wouldn't have known how many so that's the last one I can think of and kind of the only one I can think of in recent years. Yeah. I've I've come up entirely blank. Chris feldman. John Vander wal hit some four hundred five hundred seven eleven in chorus field. Well, I mean, I guess if neither of us can really remember one, and we're still watching baseball, and you're going to a cabin to watch nothing, but baseball than maybe we don't need record chases. Yeah. Yeah. I would I mean I would like to write about some of these record chases though. I mean, I think some of them would be a ton of fun. Somebody asked me which one I would most want to see broken this year. And I think that a fifty seven game hitting streak at this point is probably the most fun that baseball can can produce in a season. I think that would just be out of control. I would love that. But my personal favorite would be. And this may be cheating because this is the one that is probably shouldn't even be on this list. It's so absurd, but the thirteen shutouts if a pitcher could somehow get thirteen shutouts that would be something I'd watch. I mean once you got to like six at midway through the season. I mean, you're already watching that guy. You're all every everybody's already watching everyone of his starts and the drama of will. He throw a shutout is perfect. Because a it starts on the first pitch you can immediately start. I mean is e allowing a run is one thing and houses pitch count. And does the game situation. Make sense from the hit for. Itself in the seventh inning, and and so on and so it starts with the first pitch in lasts for three hours in it is a truly immersive game experience. And I think it'd be incredible. It's it's not it's sword. Yeah. Terrible. Terrible idea. I think the most surprising fact in this entire article was the identity of the person who has the longest on base streak. Guess it's Ted Williams record eighty four games in nineteen forty nine. I don't think anyone would guest this night. Orlando cabrera..
"john vander" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Me I don't know if you were in diapers at this time nineteen Eighty-one or if you were already starting to cringe at. Journey I'm a little bit. Younger, yeah But you know what. I can say about fantasy. Studios hands down just as someone who has performed and toured and recorded and written about music in the bay, area for a couple of decades it's like bay area music as we know it would not exist without fantasy studios or maybe I should say Barry music as the world the rest of the, world knows it wouldn't exist without fantasy studios. Because so many hit records came out of their escape that we were just. Listening to sold twelve million copies sports Huey Lewis, which was tracked there sold ten million copies. Then you get into green day's Dookie from nineteen Ninety-four sold. Twenty million copies and then the big who there was Santana's supernatural which around the globe sold thirty million copies these types of numbers don't happen anymore. In the music, industry and they usually happened. From studios in LA or New York City plant and the plant and the plant had big numbers to in in in sausalito. But you know the plant. Close Closed it's gone through a couple of weird different incarnations but it's been empty for awhile fantasy studios is really the last really. Huge high ceilinged you know. Big big big studio that labels used to call up and say hey we'll get three hundred thousand dollars to, put our band in there for four months to make a record you know that kind of thing just doesn't happen anymore what's left now what Skywalker Skywalker gift for mostly film probably Hyde street, studios which was Wally Heider sold place and. A lot of great records came out of there and Hyde street is still. Operating different I still operating John Vander slices tiny, telephone staunchly analog is still operating but home. Recording has really changed the recording industry home recording you know. People on the level of lady Gaga or Drake record at home now and what they do is they take their tracks to places like fantasy to. Get them mixed on great console From really talented people to be mastered by people like George Horne mastering legend who's worked at fantasy for decades And then put them, out but as far as the recording. Process which is really the costly time intensive process of making a record you can do that in your bathroom if you want every laptop as as Three loaded with garage band according software but. That that's the that's one aspect of what fantasy did in it was primarily because they opened the doors, to anybody and people as I said found a studio liked it liked the rooms and and recorded there, but the part of the other part of fantasy. Is that it because of acquiring all, these record labels they had to be able to use the material, that they bought to use the material. That they bought they had to acquire A. Whole collection of, to a certain extent semi antique, equipment so if I wanted to go in there and mix Otis Redding live in, London and Paris I needed a three track recording head there aren't. Any three track recording heads in the bay area but there is, one at fantasy, and there were also other machines from the people recorded on t.. Ax people recorded on audit quick reminders for the real to reel machine that has a slightly different system, than the standard Sony quarter-inch Taylor you had to you had to have the act the opportunity to be. Able to do that For a long time there was a series of restorations of of movie soundtracks all that stuff took place. Because fantasy had the equipment to. Do it so not. Only in the last ten years since the the wherein people have owned, the building they have. Had to upgrade and they've had to make sure that all of this stuff is available. Because even now yesterday I had a conversation with somebody at concord the people who acquired emerged, with fantasy over all the Mitsubishi digital. Recording tape masters that they have in the possibility that the, equipment that existed fantasy is gonna disappear and they're going to have to try and find somebody in LA who has to be she machine quarter track machine that can make those tapes work they're also very fragile so with the people who have done that, are there now is they've they've, upgraded the studios the studios have been upgraded In the, last few years I. Mean money has been spent Knowledge has been attained but at the same time that facility has one of the world's finest collections of microphones which Jim stern who was the original studio manager had this thing with Gotham, audio in New York where he'd go out and eat by he'd buy microphones, and he sort of a microphone junkie and these these microphones some, of them can't be replaced and the the outboard equipment machinery that makes things sound weird or different or correct. Stuff like, harmonize IRS in all kinds of studio outboard equipment I mean they have an enormous collection of it because it was acquired in the late sixties and. Early seventies, and just got stockpiled Joel, gave mentioned earlier that there's so much so cheap so, sophisticated you can do, on your home computer. A you know a in, your jammies at night can can the listener even tell the difference between something that was produced in you know at fantasy and in nineteen eighty-two versus what you can make today well you know I, always think about transistor radios back in the sixties and you know a lot, of scanner I rock and roll thrills listening to three inch speakers, with a plastic comb so I don't know how much fidelity has to do with the experience the emotional experience. Of music, digital sound is different world than analog sound and that is the divide that changed the studio business like twenty years ago Pro, tools did you design out of south San Francisco Peter Gotcha and Evan Brooks They just completely remade how audio information is collected and. Saved it does seem like like versus the the thrill of a taped live performance that kind. Of gets a lot of people going now are the sounds of of obvious distortion it becomes a form of. Aesthetic, pleasure that, is so different from what you heard coming out of fantasy gate well you know I have this pile of records here that where recorded a fantasy and we listen to some of them last night. In our, living room and this journey record frontiers with the song faithfully on it you know it, has these giant drums recorded in studio with its huge tall. Ceilings and wood-paneled. Walls and it has these blazing river, out guitar solos and everything it sounds, huge it sounds like, it's in, an arena and I think of hit songs today and I think of you know rappers who. Can make a song in their bedroom and uploaded soundcloud and get five million listens and. I. Think how record Technology has actually skewed what is popular because the the machines making it sort of dictate the trends in a way. A duty, evolves the music and the general public follows with it so I'm not sure if recording, like faithfully by journey could be hit now and part of. That is the. Massive huge feeling of it there's also, so many wonderful hits that were very, intimate why don't we, play a, little bit of wicked game from Chris Isaac this was from his album heart shaped world nineteen. Eighty nine recorded at fantasy.
"john vander" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At this. Time one thousand nine hundred eighty one or if you were already starting to cringe at. Journey I'm a little bit younger but You know. What I can say about fantasy studios hands down just as someone who's performed in, toward and recorded and written. About music in the bay area for a couple of decades it's like bay area music as we know it would not exist without fantasy studios or maybe I should say barrier music as the world, the rest of the world knows it wouldn't. Exist without fantasy studios because so many hit records came out of their escape. That we were just listening to sold twelve million, copies sports by Huey Lewis which was track. Their sold ten million copies then you get into green day. Stuckey from nineteen Ninety-four sold twenty million copies and then the big Kahuna there was Santana's supernatural which around the globe sold thirty million copies. These types of, numbers don't happen anymore in. The music industry and they usually happened from studios in LA or. New York City plant and the plant and the plant had big numbers to and sausalito. But you know the plant, closed It's gone through a couple of weird different incarnations but it's. Been empty for a while fantasy studios is really, the last really huge high ceiling you know. Big big big studio that labels used to call up and. Say hey we'll give three hundred thousand dollars to put our band in, there for four months to make a record you know that kind. Of thing just doesn't happen anymore What's left now. What Skywalker Skywalker for mostly film probably Hyde street studios, which was Wally Heider sold place and. A lot of great records came out of there and, Hyde street, is, still, operating different firs still operating John Vander slices tiny telephone, staunchly, analog is still operating but home recording has really changed the recording industry home recording you know people on. The level, of lady Gaga Drake record at home now And what they do is. They take their, tracks to places like fantasy to get, them mixed on great consoles from really talented people to be. Mastered by, people like George Horne mastering legend who's, worked at fantasy for. Decades And then put them out but as far as the recording process which is really the costly time intensive process of making a record you can do that in your bathroom if you want every laptop as as Loaded with garage band recording software but. That that's the that's one aspect of what fantasy did in it was primarily because they opened the doors, to anybody and people as I said found a studio liked it liked the rooms and and recorded there, but the part of the other part of fantasy. Is that it because of acquiring all, these record labels they had to be able to use the material, that they bought to use the material. That they bought they had to acquire A whole collection of. To a certain extent semi antique equipment so if I wanted to, go in there, and mix Otis Redding rive in London and Paris I needed a. Three track recording head there aren't any three track recording heads in the bay area but there is one, of fantasy and there were also other machines from the people recorded on t. ax people recorded on audit. Quick reminder for the Reel to reel machine that, has a slightly different system than the standard Sony quarter inch day you had to you had to have the opportunity to be. Able to do that For a long time there was a series of restorations of of, movie soundtracks all that stuff took place because fantasy had the equipment to do it so not only in the last ten years since the the where people have owned the building they have had to upgrade and they've had to make sure that all of this stuff is available because even now yesterday I had, a conversation with somebody at concord that people who acquired emerged with fantasy over all the Mitsubishi digital recording tape masters that they have and the. Possibility that the equipment that exists. A fantasy is going. To disappear and they're going to have to try and find somebody, in LA who has. A Mitsubishi machine quarter track machine that can make those tapes work they're also very fragile so with the people have done that are there. Now is they've they've upgraded the studios the studios have been upgraded In the, last few years I. Mean money has been spent Knowledge has been attained but at the same time that facility has one of the world's finest collections of microphones which Jim stern who was original studio manager had this thing with Gotham, audio in New York where he'd go out and eat by he'd buy microphones and, he was sort of a microphone junkie and these these microphones some, of them can't be replaced and the the outboard equipment machinery that makes things sound weird or different or correct. Stuff like, harmonize IRS in all kinds of studio outboard equipment I mean they have an enormous collection of it because it was acquired in the late sixties and. Early seventies, and just got stockpiled Joel gave, mentioned earlier that there's so much so cheap so sophisticated, you can do on, your home computer a. You know a in your, jammies at night can can the listener even tell the difference between something that was produced in you know at fantasy and in nineteen eighty-two versus what you can make today well you know I, always think about transistor radios back in the sixties and you know a lot of, the scanner I rock and roll thrills listening to three inch speakers, with a plastic comb so I don't know how much fidelity has to do with the experience the emotional experience. Of music, digital sound is different world than analog sound and that is the divide that changed the studio business like twenty years ago Pro tools did you design, out of south San Francisco Peter Gotcha and Evan Brooks they just completely remade How audio information, is collected and saved it does seem like like versus the the sort of the thrill of a taped live. Performance that what kind of gets a lot of people going now are the sounds of of obvious distortion it. Becomes, a form, of aesthetic pleasure that is so different from what you heard coming out of fantasy gate well you know have this pile of records here that were recorded a fantasy and we listen to some. Of them, last night in our living room and this journey record frontiers with the song faithfully on it, you know it has these giant drums recorded in studio a. With its huge. Tall ceilings and wood-paneled walls and it, has these blazing reverse doubt guitar solos, and everything it sounds, huge it, sounds like it's in an arena and I think of hit songs today and I think of. You know rappers who can make a song in, their bedroom and uploaded soundcloud and get five million listens and I. Think. How recording technology, has actually skewed what It, is popular because the the machines making it sort of dictate the trends in a way it. Devolved the music and the general public follows with it So I'm, not sure if a recording like faithfully by. Journey could be a hit now and part of that is the massive? Huge feeling of it there's. Also gosh so many wonderful hits that were very. Intimate why don't we play a little bit of wicked game from Chris Isaac this was from his album heart shaped world nineteen eighty nine recorded at fantasy Jill now tell the public. What you were just telling us.
"john vander" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Lives here in boise on saturday they'll be joining the survivors of the parkland florida high school shooting who will take the streets in washington dc and they're going to be urging congress to pass gun control measures students who disagree with that march say steps such as universal background checks will infringe on american second amendment rights now we spoke to ashley romanowski who's leading the march for our lives up in court elaine and she says while she doesn't agree with that she does like this movement to be inclusive for everyone something that's really important to us as well as i would love to hear more from the other side and finally we can compromise on these things so it benefits everyone not just our views now romanowski hopes mental health and bullying in schools are included in the conversation about guns well and by the way you'll get to hear more about the opposition to this as well we'll have that for you coming up at six thirty here on six seventy k b o y meanwhile is today going to be the last day for the idaho legislature twenty eighteen senator marv haggadah warned representative john vander wada they were guests here on six hundred and say it is possible they will get all the state's business concluded but they're they're not certain if they can leave or not until they know if the governor is going to veto any particular legislation or not well that's the question or their bills there that he might veto and and is that worth sticking around to to see if we can do an override or not or if we need to and were i think both the house and the senate are going to caucus this morning after we after we get all those bills done and we'll figure that out and they say they're just a few things left to do and believe without any curve balls being thrown they could adjourned sine die later today fears of a possible trade war with china has investors sweating bullets and their fear showing and the.
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"Law even though governor otter didn't sign it senate bill thirteen thirteen became law after the governor held it without signature for five days representative christie's eto of hamid who wrote another stand your ground bill in the house said even though it's now lost senate bill thirteen thirteen doesn't really do much as it is codified with already in jury instruction and it doesn't hurt anything but it doesn't really help anything either everything today is the same as it was the day before her bill house bill four forty four was held in the house state affairs committee in favor of the senate version sydow says it would have made actual changes like raining in overzealous prosecutors and allowing those who use deadly force to protect themselves more time to collect their thoughts before making a police statement is today the last full day of the idaho legislature senator marco haggadah worn and representative john vander wild our guest this morning on six seventy k b o y they say it's possible they will get all of the state's business concluded but they are not certain yet they say there is just a few things left to do just the process of moving bills getting signatures and getting them laid on the governor's desk with the supreme court ruling the bill actually has to be delivered to the governor's office before we consignee die and at this point i think that's the only thing we about fuel bills still on our calendar this morning they also point out they may still need to hang around a little bit after the bills have been submitted to the governor should he decide to veto a bill and they may need to act to override that veto earlier this week the president called for harsher sentences including the death penalty for drug traffickers however a new fifty states study finds that putting more people in jail for drug offensive offenses does not reduce drug use or overdose deaths jake horowitz with pew charitable trust public safe ththey performance project says they compared states drug imprisonment rates to rates of drug use overdose death and drug arrests and found no correlation at all these findings reinforce a large body of prior research that cast doubt on the theory that stiffer prison terms deter drug misuse distribution and other drug law violations since nineteen eighty the number of americans in state and federal prisons for drug law violations his exploded from fewer.
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"New plymouth bar a little shocked when they saw a man threatening them with a grenade washington state man is facing charges after police say he pulled a pin on a grenade this week at a bar in new plymouth the grenade was inert wouldn't explode but bar patrons like joseph wyatt say the man still caused quite a panic across anything like this especially that's the last thing you're gonna think as someone's going to pull out or grenade i don't know either both himself up or someone else joseph nelson faces charges of aggravated assault and having a fake destructive device natalie hurst k b o i two news for six seventy k b o i and it's late in the two thousand eighteen idaho legislative session but there is still business to take care of this week representative john vander wada of nampa told the senate state affairs committee they have to get it done now because it's not something they do every year i do believe that we do need to look at how we set governor salary and start looking at total compensation packages for all constitutional officers but this came out late in the session when we started doing it 'cause we set this only once every four years the governor's salary was set at one hundred thirty eight thousand three hundred dollars the attorney general salary was set at one hundred thirty four thousand the lieutenant governor will make thirty five percent of the governor salary and the rest of the constitutional officers will get eighty five percent if clears the senate and the governor's desk it will become law immediately jay howell six seventy k b o y quick look real time numbers this morning six seventy k b o i the dow currently up twelve points i'm rick worthington six.
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"From one city to an adjacent city or a city to an adjacent county sometimes literally from one side of the street to the other guthrie said the bill does allow local governments to make changes for unique circumstances light snow loads wind and geologic and seismic characteristics idaho state constitutional officers will get pay raises over the next four years under a bill just approved in the senate state affairs committee representative john vander wada of nampa who sponsored house bill six seventy in the house ways and means committee spelled out the bottom line for his senate colleagues except the governor's salary at one hundred thirty eight thousand three hundred and to set the attorney general's salary at one hundred and thirty four lieutenant governor salary at thirty five percent of the governor's salary the constitutional officers at eighty five percent of the governor's salary it would be an overall increase of sixty seven thousand dollars per year if it clears the full senate and governor honor signs it into law it'll go into effect immediately the us army corps of engineers and the bureau of reclamation or increasing flows through town from approximately two hundred forty two seventeen hundred fifty cubic feet per second starting tomorrow the flow the boise river through town will be increased five hundred cubic feet per second each day over the next three days starting wednesday and ending friday the increase in flows is due to the courage snowpack in the basin as well as good reservoir carryover from last season the release will happen to reduce risk of flooding later on in the spring which can happen with rapidly melting snow and seasonal precip currently the boise reservoirs are at about eighty two percent of capacity rick worthington six seventy katya why and in.
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"Record period i thought it would be really cool if he could have both of those records unfortunately i think he fell one short he ended up with twenty seven pinch its last year and i believe the record is john vander wal with twenty eight although he was playing and course field in 1995 so free parking era adjusts that thing i think he tourist probably got that record but that just i think speaks to how singular each row is as the player who is willing to take on this much smaller role i think not for like pete rose esque reasons of just wanting to increases tally or set records but just because he really loves playing baseball and sometimes he wants to pitch and he is fine with pinchhitting and he had a role last year that really doesn't exist in the modern game any more of just like dedicated pinch hitter no one israeli devoting the roster spots two benched players anymore to even make that possible so he was just sort of an acronym awesome in multiple ways last year and obviously i'm just happy that he is still around in some capacity whether it comes at the expense of the mariners or helps them in some way any he so each or is going into his age fortyfour season in on the one hand that's extraordinary in on the other hand over vis cal played his age fortyfive season in 2012 i don't know how many people remember that visco played for the blue jays got into sixty game seabed 235 slugged basically 235 but you know vis gulf stuck around and that wasn't considered a publicity thing that was just a if if you want to sign a guy who has experience this is literally what omar vizquel is when he's fortyfive years old is just a flash bagful of major league baseball experience pre and post lockout so there are a lot of merit is fans who were frustrated and kind of hate let's say i don't know the mariners you know had the way that fans are but there's a lot of criticism of the team for just being so hung up on must alba and 1995 in particular the team love spring.
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"The oval office or summer the white house and he's got banner there he's got mcconnell and he's got democrat counterpart he's got a bunch of people government from the senate house leadership both parties a looked at john vander bennett told me this two weeks later but it it made the news he looked at banner and he said you've got to stop listening to rush limbaugh that's not how things are going to get done here now and banner told me this two weeks later even though i have known at major looked at me eyadema why would he say this to us i if i said mr speaker you series your why were say that no why would you say this to us it's our first meeting when i say was hoping the you know they've got microphones out there would you guys finishing meeting you walk to the microphone jit tell everybody what happened he was hoping that one of your would walk out there in agree with him then it's a new day and at the rabah voices the like rush limbaugh where we can't afford derby governed by he adds what he was hoping for i mean there were numerous instances throughout all eight years were obama made plain his irritation with me what you won't find they be is any response from me about it other than to tell people he set it that's the difference state to inform all the most influential person overwrite right rush on the eib network talk radio 560 is of all.
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"Of the on loves defacing cigars at the same time getting seamen on a blue dress lying to his wife about a new probably knows about it from the get go as you say and here comes trump tweeting of much of things that you think it's the end of civilization on the end of the presidency the same people bitching about trump defended clinton end to this day defend clinton too good point dennis thank you much so much i want to get to here a b stoddard was on cnn happening now no this is stocks happening we'll john scott is the that's fox doesn't matter she was on tv today and she was asked you have you heard about the president's tweets have you heard about these what what what do you make of the present tweets about msnbc scarborough makeup peasant obama's based in like rush limbaugh and all the things he said about him for eight years but they expected him to do his job and not get obsessed with vindictive he over everything that rush limbaugh said about him or a be ab i'm sorry ma'am but you're wrong obama was bothered for all eight years a b do me a favor look this up you're not going to trust me two weeks after obama's inaugurated he has a meeting of a joint leadership of congress in the oval office or somewhere in the white house and he's got banner there he's got mcconnell and he's got democrat counterparts he's got a bunch of peace from from the senate house leadership both parties a looked at john vander bennett told me this two weeks later but it it made the news he looked at banner and he said you've got to stop listening to rush limbaugh that's not how things are going to get done here now and banner told me this two weeks later even though i had known it mayor looked meese eyadema why would he say this to us.
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"New source committed to covering rising stars emerging trends and unconventional ideas this week a story about the lawyer behind facebook's turn to africa at osy why dot com stay interesting and by the listeners of kqed joe mcconnell is back with traffic ho other city fairfield traffic had been moving fairly well but there's a crash reported on eighty westbound near this truck skills for dealy judging possibly in the left lane biggest little eighty westbound after that isn't a secret richmond and the heaviest over the albany hill into berkeley the toll plaza just a actually not much of a backup left its dissipated westbound 580 to the richmond bridge might be a new problem west of buchanan those were reportedly stalled car and blocking the left lane joe mcconnell for kqed joe's report brought to you by the crowns and colitis foundation i saw news and i'm john vander slice this week on kqed's the do list were feasting on festivals for rock and roll plus a play about black lives matter and were celebrating switch music festivals tenth anniversary that and more on the do list are picks for the bay area's best shows friday morning six twenty two and a twenty two kqed's morning if morning clouds today will turn to sunny skies i temperatures from the lows 60s at the coast to the mid70s inland conquered in napa too hot today to wanna call it hot 74 the expected high here in san francisco should reach sixty one this is morning edition from npr news.
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