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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:02 min | 2 months ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Broken Record

"But now there was this ten year period where I'd been taking in all the information without doing anything with it because my expression was on machines and computers and not through the guitar. So that was another reason why I was a lot more comfortable starting out playing other people's music because I didn't want to force anything and I didn't want anything to I didn't want to feel that pressure of having to live up to what we'd done before as time goes by and I'm playing along with music that I'd like to be influenced by and remembering what this feels like to play with these people. I mean playing the early chili pepper songs and cover tunes stuff is going to start to come out and I'll start to want to write for this context. And so yeah, songs started coming out slowly and gradually we phased out playing other people's songs and playing early chili peppers songs and writing music came out pretty steady, it was a certain way of listening to music that I hadn't done for a long time, which is play along with things that are going to inspire you to come up with guitar parts when you're playing when you're jamming with the band. And yeah, we just kept writing songs and it just kept building and building. I think I thought we would stop when we had 20 songs, but we just kept going and going several times I stopped writing songs because I thought we have enough. Let's just work on these. And then something or other would happen and at those points I'd start concentrating on guitar playing. I kept thinking there was going to be a phase where I was just going to focus on the technical part of guitar playing and get away from this studying people who come up with good ideas for songs and only stayed in those periods for short period of time because if I would stop writing songs, Fleetwood just keep coming in with songs and then I would go like, all right, if he's going to come in with songs, I'm going to come in with songs and there's that it's kind of a soft kind of competition that flee and I have with each other where we bounce off of each other like that like Anthony was talking about. And so that just kept happening all even while we were in pre-production with you. What would you say your biggest guitar influences are? Can you answer that question? Is it too wide? Well, right now it seems like throughout making this record, the main people for me were Freddie king, Johnny guitar Watson, clarence gave mouth Brown. These are all electric blues players from 50s and early 60s, 40s. And then Jeff back and Jimi Hendrix have always been big for me, but they were particularly big, especially Jeff Beck while we were making this record. And as far as guitar parts, that John McGee from Susie and the banshees and John carruthers Valentine as well from Susie and the banshees, particularly the album tinderbox, I find them extremely inspiring as far as people who give me good ideas for making other people sound good, those are the big ones. Kurt Cobain's guitar playing also, I've found really inspiring throughout the making of this record. The reckless abandon. I think I had an idea that by the time I wasn't sure what the direction the album was going to go was or how am I playing was going to go, but it seemed like by the time we were recording it, it seemed to have naturally come to me because I'm always playing along with all kinds of guitar players. But I got to a point where I was realizing that what was happening in my playing was that I was trying to bridge a kind of a gap between someone like Jeff Beck, who has all a lot of very interesting techniques that are very lyrical and expressive, make the guitar almost like it's a singer or something. It seemed like I was bridging a gap between that and someone like Kurt Cobain, who especially in improvisational playing, it's not so much about techniques, per se. It's about putting a lot of energy into the instrument and playing in a way that has reckless abandon. So I would think of those as guitar players as being contrary to one another because Jeff Beck is very in control and Kurt Cobain is completely out of control when he was at his best on guitar. And I felt it felt like that that was the best thing that was going on with my guitar playing by the time we were recording was I was trying to blend that kind of expressive lyricism that I was also getting quite a bit of from the blues players that I was talking about about just really every note having its own personality, every note having its own kind of attitude and sound coming from your fingers, combining that with the wild reckless abandon that comes when you're playing through a Marshall really loud and you're standing in front of it and you're trying to just put a lot of energy through the instrument more so than that you're trying to play some thing that you've that you've thought of in advance. It's more like you're listening to what's coming out and you're trying to respond to it and make the thing explode, which is my favorite thing to do whether I'm on a computer or a machine or whatever. That's always the object is make the machine sound like it's going to explode. Make the machine sound like it's got a lot of energy coming through it. So now I was just doing that with the guitar and those people really inspired. Jimi Hendrix was also kind of he was that way as well. He had to some degree he was kind of a combination of those two things because he sounded very in control in some ways, but he'd also have those aspects of his playing where it just sounded like he didn't know what was going to happen next. He's just like playing with the feedback and surprising himself. And that's what that's what keeps it interesting for me. So I like it when guitar players don't sound too much like they know what they're doing or like they have too much of a preconceived idea of what they're going to do. I like it when there's a lot of energy coming through they're playing and sometimes that's because of they're really good at all those techniques that make the guitar speak in a lot of different ways like Jeff Beck or Randy rhoads or Eddie Van Halen, who were also people I was playing along with a fair amount. But I was mainly listening to hardcore punk by the time we were recording it and that was the energy that I wanted to be in all the music no matter how soft it was no matter what the style of music was, I wanted it to feel raw and I wanted it to feel like it was the spirit of punk, even if it wasn't necessarily the sound of punk. Beautiful. Anthony, do you want to pick up where John talks through the writing process? Do you want to start with pre-production and then recording what the experience was like, what it felt like being in the room with everybody, any thoughts? No..

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Broken Record

"And at that turnaround of drumming and the incidental polyrhythmic stuff that now you just get four good bars and loop it up and then drop an incendiary into it after a minute. It was brilliant. Let's talk about that for a good bars idea because I used to collect Zeppelin bootlegs of live shows. And they were so different from night to night, the dynamics of the song, the length of the sections. It was so improvisational. Was that unique to your band? Oh, is that what everybody was doing at that time? Because it seems so far in now. Well, I think the flexibility was very interesting because John Paul Jones and in fact the three of them. I became just like a passenger really, a voyeur. I bought the ticket, not most of the time. Sometimes I could leave the stage and talk to members of the audience and come back on again. And I did start learning Welsh at one point. I had a little textbook, but they get into grooves like alphonse muzan or pretty purdy, they just listen to stuff on the way to the gigs. We will carry these big record players with huge boxes of albums and there would be all that late Johnny guitar Watson and all that sort of great groove stuff. And so that would make its way into extended instrumentals. But everybody, I think, was doing it. The airplane in their way were doing it Grateful Dead for sure. But I think there was something kind of unusual about the whole the three guys in zeppelins was that they kick in immediately. And we could write stuff like the crunge on houses of the holy, you know, we go and see James brands real hot band the JB's are just the stimulation and the stimulants of the time just taking it all in. I think that's the thing. I think it was a wide open possibility in those periods in the early 70s of writing where we were leaning borrowing leaning and developing brand new stuff. In a very beautiful haphazard way. Yeah. We didn't have a group chaplain. It always came out like new music, like you would be inspired by James Brown, but the thing that came out sounded like Led Zeppelin, you'd be inspired by reggae music, and the theme that came out sounded like Led Zeppelin. It never sounded derivative ever. It always sounded like new music. Yeah, I mean, I used to take the stuff home. I mean, I didn't have a stereo system until the end of Led Zeppelin two. So the only time I ever heard any stereo interestingly stereo stuff was when I went in the studio and heard the panning on a whole lot of love or something like that. And it's pretty primeval that my world had a simple tape recorder and I was able to work with back in tracks and stuff at home, but my contribution was real tough because these guys were taking it somewhere, nobody had been before. And I had to make something melodically interesting and also by that time I was 2021 years old and I was still trite in my lyrical moment it was. But here and there it started I started shaping some opinions up and having enough time as a parent and still being around that bohemian Sena mentioned and still living where I came from. As I still do now, exactly the same. Bonzo's has his like 5 miles from mine. Still. Wow. Yeah. And there's nothing antiquarian about any of it. You know, we just, the blues rolls on, you know..

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:26 min | 9 months ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Learn. More restrictions and exceptions may apply with amazon prime such a prescription compa- prices prices across pharmacies. Save hi five south. Find the best price for your prescriptions with amazon. Prime time changes everything. Okay at Another song that's like really similar. Favourite for your. Your soul. era is with a summer madness from the the love and understanding album. Could you or. I guess to the world's also there's two versions like people like the libraries in and the the studio version. What was the what was the Guess the the basis of that song. How did you guys know that. It was good enough to release as a single and also with like modern technology. Like how open were you guys to the entry of like futuristic synthesizers and music because oftentimes Allow the soul acts. That kinda hit their peak. In the first four years of the seventies their relationship to the synthesizer would-be substantive stevie wonder is a little shoddy. You know james brown kinda light between james brown. The ohio players and especially johnny guitar watson likes their their experiments with synthesizers. It moves sounds awkward at best. It's like the odd the sonic oddball out. But you guys of course probably again next steve. You wondered created one of the most definitive use of of the synthesizer in seoul in funk music especially with summer madness. that sounds at this Okay i'll throw out of that. Come into play like making roll song. You don't have to change denuding did it. Yes it's one of my favorites. The vam was fight song above within the steel four. Five morning he listened to that he had just got his his off Synthesized that's another song at the end. So he in a dawn the synthesizer solo on the ban. Wow we we will buy something bad happen. The summit is the best titles that selamat is become. The type became the dj. I think is roddy. Roddy jones in chicago body jollity was irani jones. Yeah so he played spirit of the boogie rights and then he turned it over. And we have some amendments as the be shy plays some matters and everybody was calling them eulogise. Oh man herbie hancock last a different jazz artists schooling again dan so people globally to spirit of the to a film man. This shit was wow both On everybody was stepping off some really. You've stepped simple. Yeah yeah is that the most simple cool and the gang song than the movie with iraqi even be forgiven had that fight on the cows woman that he won't get but-but. We can ask us a question about that soundtrack. Were you guys a little miffed at bill. Like as as a person who works on a late night television show and you know does commercials as well. I'm very familiar when when the The producer or the director of the. Show those to you as the score and says hey give me a sound like like the song and on you know on the rocky soundtrack. They do Not going the distance Not going the distance but The other bill contests on. There's like a. There's like a summer man in the rain. A of yeah. There's there's a a summer madness bite that Always wanted to know like. did you. People ever call those people. Like yeah like that's our song mess plagiarism. Always wanted to know was was it. Did you guys ever have a situation. I gotta find this on them. Yes it's call you take my heart away but there's a part like literally it's built like summer madness with the the line in the roads at the beginning and making beef never cool. I would just say now. Play it again. Like film scores. Do like half the time. They can't clear the since late. Let me make my own. Let me take cuban mix it up and then allies my version of it but yeah yeah. That was a that show zach. Have that one with that. I think at the time and the bigger regions was still involved. Oh there you go a light. World's open sesame in the saturday night. Feeble you now. You know columbia records cut that deal and we have that open sesame become such a big record and then Say they fever album to album until michael jackson came and knocked it out of the box. It was over twenty million records onto bolt on the floor on this thing on some advantage. Advantage. i mean on the open. Sesame sesame ah so with with that period of of the group one. I want to know when when saturday night fever won the grammy for album of the year. Did each individual act on that soundtrack. Actually get a grammy or did it. Just go to the head of our so records and that sort of thing like did you. 'cause i saw like you all not not since like the bodyguard. Have i seen so many people on stage accepting and a grammy for album of the year like it was literally like almost fifty people on stage between you guys the tramps to vars the. Bg's also like you are accepted but did you all get your individual like.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Back when she started out. At 13 years old Johnny. That's probably Johnny Otis is band behind her. Johnny Otis was a mega band leader, and he did what was called her review. Johnny Guitar. Watson, who we heard back there a while back. Was in that review as well, Eddie Clean Head Vincent Whole bunch of people. That was where the band to be on stage, and he just kept bringing a cavalcade of performers up in front of them. And I'm I'm betting that's Johnny are right. Uh, What's his name's band right there, you know, he he used to pass. As he didn't pass his black words. Words faking it. January. She just had a very swarthy. Look, I think it was Greek and the pencil tin moustache. Darker skin. So, uh, Used to get in trouble when they be turned through the south were they'd get harassed by the Klan. But anyway, Eddie James here and I love you. W She's 13 years old. He he actually went to her mom and said she's so talented. I want to take good care of her. You trust me. I'm gonna I'm gonna do it right. And I want you to let her record with me. And that's that's how that whole thing started. So edit was at one point she was talking about was a little girl should be torment these guys and she was forced to stand her room. Unbelievable that you can't do it anymore. I don't think you can anyway, but they already James Love you. W outstanding and that's probably the most primitive guitar solo in history of mankind. Right there, But it worked. No, I'm sorry, Lou. Lou, I was the Most primitive guitar, so that's true man. Can't Alternative bump music Friday. This is your PhD level education. Big time. Fun, man. Big time. Fun weren't fooling around. We're jumping down, turning around and picking a bale of rhythm and blues on alternative bump. Music fighter. We threw a little bit Everything in there got some more Dave Alvin coming up with just extremely cool lyric. So you've got to pay attention to the lyric. That's it. That's what makes it now I know the instrumentation is cool, too. But the lyric is what knocks your lights out, and it's the human voice that that's what you know when people marvel over. The the saxophone player. That really just moves people. It's because it's so close to the human voice. That's what it is. And that's what it's all about. When you hear that dog that lead singer singing to you. Making a girl slide off their bar stools. That's uh, that's the human voice, man, But you've got to have the lyric. Lot of people can't pull that off. You've got to be able to write good or in hell. You can't just throw some rhyming that thing with Rita James. It was just, uh sugar, and there was nothing really there. But that they were. They were trafficking on the rhythm and the blues of the situation. But when you get deep in the lyric on something well, I'll tell you what Here's one right here. Here's the fifth element in the universe. This cat here, man? Yeah, we'd be nowhere without him. You're on the edges Alternative but music Friday..

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Pantheon

"That was one of the many masterpieces on the flying reader. Others so beautiful gilded palistan hop read a number two. The one thing the one area where the fiber brothers do make their mark in rock. History of the gram. Parsons myth is their appearance at alma and this was a time for once they clicked. They clicked better than the jefferson airplane or the rolling stones that day that out and the show went. Well when you put his very interesting season you put ground in front of the scale of the audience. He always thought he deserved and they tore it up and he looked at the pictures of ground at the time. You can't believe what he's wear. And i i don't think he gets enough credit for being one of the great rock dressers of all time and dana. Spiel is a national book award. Winning author said in one of her books of graham that he invented the style period. That came between hippy. And glam and you see that style period perfectly carbonated with them on the stage had they just tore it up it maybe their their best performance ever but they had a great crowd and by then people were a little more open to the idea of country rock and they did an extraordinary job attic. The hells angels basically being rednecks Who loved country. Music probably helped the music student. The savage beast if i could misuse Certain levels of dm team may be cannot be soothed by anything may maybe a contributed to a small little moment piece. At least from there they go on a really unusual tour that take the tour of the united states via train. This to my knowledge is unique. Among major rock bands of the period graham wanted to imitate what the country stars used to and so they thought they would go by training Pretty much the worst possible idea for bandwidth. Their proclivities is a great line in the documentary. Dig about the dandy warhols in the brian jonestown massacre. Where the lead singer from the dandy said. Oh yeah you put a bunch of addicts in van for thirty six hours with a lot of drugs. That's a great idea. And that's pretty much what happened on the train touristed. The the drinkers drank themselves into a stupor and the drug drug themselves into a stupor. Sh- down saturday. That idea was that was not a bad. He wanted to put situation where they were dependent on. Somebody else's schedule like a train company schedule. They were banned best suited traveling on their own schedule. And that tour did not produce a lot of great gigs had produced ms gig in new york that was very damaging to them commercial. Yeah that's the kind of thing. Abandonment recover from am records. Basically vowed never to drop another time on the band after that. That's right and and who can blame them. I mean they were incredibly sloppy and self-indulgent and contemptuous of the label on. Well you can do all that stuff if you're selling but if you're not selling and nobody thinks music will ever catch on labels. At patient about that stuff. Yeah i think. A combination of chris hillman having had success in the birds and having earned his rock star status than graham having the money and just the natural cool of being a guy who could still david crosby's girlfriend before he even got signed Threw it away. But they didn't give up on the band. David tried doing sessions with rb. Legends larry williams and johnny guitar watson that work out. You know the the one word adjective that would be bad. You know the larry williams could care less. I mean he spent most of his life career not caring less and basically he slurry. Williams sat in the control room getting high leading the band to anything they wanted. It was really a measure of grams. Love of gut bucket music and logan american expression. That led johnny guitar watson and larry williams because of the time i think he would have been hard pressed to find white rock and roller. Who could even identify. Larry williams and johnny guitar watson. This is well before. Johnny guitar watson became famous to a broader audience. They were very famous in the soul. Rb world and they were pioneers in those world and graham thought he would get some of their magic in his sessions but they regarded the whole thing as a jump and the rest of the attempts to create a second britos album or pretty much just as star star-crossed in graham really didn't contributed to that album meaningful way. The grim had lost interest and he was doing a lot of drugs and he was drifting as usual he would rehearse and he wouldn't come into the studio and he behaved a prima donna. alienated his bandmates in the classic pattern gets fired after particularly bad gay. They threw out and because of his money though. He's got the resources to start following the role in sons around and not just like on tour but actually goes to the french riviera Exam with keith richards. for a while is it. They really loved one. another key. Features richards really loved admired him. He respected they were true. Friends and graham was unique among rolling stone friends in that one aac obeyed for his own drugs and to he could find drugs that were as good as the drugs. He richards could find and three. He could go back for bag with keys which nobody could do. But graham could and so ground was never a sponge in that situation. He was never a leech he was. Somebody always paid his own way in in a multiplicity of ways and that gave him a friendship on a par with keith richards. That was very rare in that world in fact if there was a sponge in that relationship you could argue that it was keith. Because it's well documented. That graham and keith were spending the day which started pretty late but the daytime hours singing playing guitar with graham kind of in the teacher role teaching. Keith's about country music and it wasn't a newbie to country music. I mean keith. richardson. Brian jones knew that our country pretty well but not like grand. Parsons knew it and then at night keith would go and the stones would assemble and they would record songs like sweet virginia. That just reek of country music. Enrico grand parsons influence. This is always the great question you know. How much of graham is in exile. Know he doesn't appear in any of it but it's it seems impossible to deny his influence and graham was one of the earliest mix tape guys and graham would always carry a giant. Relax reel to reel round with literally. Hundreds of reels of tape that he recorded a great variety of different kinds of music awed and he would play these tapes for keith. You know in the country and they have sold the gospel the ad appalachia they had honky talk and one. One assumes it keith. Learned a great deal from what graham played him and that these variety of forms appears on exile. You could argue that. Exile in many ways isn't cosmic american music record given its r&b gospel soul country blues rock and roll street rob out the great gram.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Johnny Otis. Back in the day was the man This was unbelievable. He was a white guy. I think 99.9% of his band was black. He some somehow would pass for black not not trying to He just He was Greek, and he just had to kind of that pencil thin mustache, a darker complexion, and they would travel all over the place with this big giant ass. We're gonna review back then. There'll be the core band on stage and they bring various acts on any. It clean. Had Vincent at a James Johnny guitar Watson. Then they bring him out of, you know package shows, but they toured all throughout the South would get harassed like held by the Klan. Here he is with Happy New Year, baby. I don't know The girl is in that way. Cool stuff we're done. You're doing on the edge, fooling around Plant some songs, little bit New Year's Eve music if you will, and keeping you delighted, we right there just rubbed the mink love of soul across your audio G spot. We've got a few more coming up here is well. Uh, I was gonna tell you something else about New Year's Eve. But You're on your own. I think this year I'm gonna be partying with Ryan Seacrest. You know, you know used to be. You could sit on the couch and watch New Year's Eve TV and flip back and forth. Now they all suck. Not one good one out there. I think they've even screwed up, Fox. I don't know. We'll see. Uh, everything's downhill Now All bets are off, man. Like I said, I've been telling people I've been telling people I'd say happy New year, but all bets are off its 2020. So last night, I went pro Goring after I got on the show, and I had my first running where I was attacked for not wearing a mask. I literally set upon, uh, a little old lady. Came up to me while I was sorting through the apples. My favorite apples of choice or envy. Apples love him. Don't want any other kind. Um, struggling with the plastic bags are stuck into a female collar yesterday about how you get the bags open. I finally figured it out and I hear this ladies. Excuse me, sir. Excuse me. Look down here is little old lady probably came up to about just blow my chest. And, uh, She had a big, big honkin diaper on her face, Big mask. Bigger than her head. Almost And she said, Sir, sir, they're handing masks out up front. And I said the Yeah, she said, you need to get a mask and I said, Lady, I'm gonna make a deal and I used I used the line I'd like to use I said I'm going to pretend I'm wearing a mask and you go on pretending that your mask is keeping you safe and she just was shock. She.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"In one. That's how you use the horn section Close tunas well, Rhythm and blues to Johnny Guitar, Watson and three minutes past midnight Now I got to tell you a lot of people know about this guy, Hot mama things like that. But if you don't know about that one, you definitely got a hole in your soul. That's it that there's Johnny Guitar, Watson right there. It's a Johnny guitar, Watson that when I was a young kid made my hair stand straight up straight up on the same thing. Every friends episode the same thing. Frank Zappa was out in L. A I'm in Detroit and both of us had this cat on a transistor radio on what? What is that? Frank Zappa went on to become Frank Zappa. Me. I wanted to become me. But I When he talked about Johnny Guitar, Watson how his whole life changed. I know exactly what I'm talking about. Wow, man doesn't get any cooler in it, and I got to see that guy once. I got to see that guy play live. In Detroit at the Fox Theater. Now that was a big, big, big ass package show, Betty Wright was on that. Bobby Womack was on that, but he still had that going on. I mean, he kind of got into a more modernistic joining to watch. Somebody still had that just playing with his fingers, snapping them strings and making that unique. Johnny Guitar Watson tone Hey, came up with that. That's not rocket science. It's just the way he approached that entire truly astounding stuff. It's alternative. But music Friday you're on the edge is what we do down here talking before the break about Being able to drive more than 55. Many speed limits have kicked back up. At one point we were told in our state of Michigan that we were gonna increase speed limits to 75. 75, right. Uh, Supposedly, that's the case on think us 23. Once you get up toward the first knuckle in your hand if you hold it up, Look the back here, All right hand that should be that way everywhere. Everywhere. I mean, think about it. I'm not talking about and get these roads. You're going down there toward the arm. No, no, no, no, that But that's the most definitely be. 40 Miles an hour, but 80 80 miles an hour. Anywhere you go. It's standard operating procedure. It's just ridiculous to not have that be the case. I know this seems far fetched too many. Our state legislatures not gonna do a damn thing about it, and in particular The weather is not going to then I think there's a big deal. I do. It just infuriates May that we have to be held back and drive these ridiculous speed limits, which don't keep people safer. And especially now that we've got people across the roads whenever they want to. That's insane. That's totally 2030 agenda. 2030 where they're making the public transportation, the only means of transportation and it will be Green as well. You're on the edge, and it is alternative. But music Friday. I gotta find the right song to play her. Don't screw this up..

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Pantheon

"And people. Just you know again that applause and all the beautiful energy that was decided And addis kept going have been going every since i'm seventy seven now and i just feel good. You know. i love to sing. And i look forward to win this plan. Damacus over slow that we can get back doing what we love. Yeah there's nothing like being in like a live music experience. I miss going to concert so much as well. It's just the energy. it's it is like going to church. Yes it's amazing. You know all the things that you feel is right there beautiful. Who are some of your greatest influences and mentors. While i just named one of marriage. Johnny guitar watson who took we are as a teenager to do different things musically and supported me in had confidence. He was like a big papa or somebody to me. He wasn't much older than i was but he still like. He was a big brother and then of course about seven six or seven years old was added. James was. I mentor She used to live in Near my house double doors way and hire a guy. Richard berry who had a who hits on. It was one of them and pretty girls was a novel on but they had some some that they would out together. Etta james and ricky one of them was called And work with me henry. Those were some of his old blues songs that they put out early on. But as a child. I was aid through. Sit on her porch while they created into all this music together and did what they were doing musically and she would always tell me you can stay long you guys be quiet. You know so we will. Why because we love what we will. We were involved in engaged in. That was the best place that was the best seat in house. Your own orch. You know years him. And you definitely when i was. He gifted me with that album. That had over twenty different songs on it called last. Yeah that al will like sunday carollo modules darling at last came name all the song. It was like everything on there. Was i say by twenty nine on the weekends stereo in my bedroom in ice with album oriented heavy rotation one side flipping over. Play the other side lipid back does. That's how you know. And i didn't realize at the time that i was being You know i was learning. I was learning algebra days. I was learned everything about singing from on mental. Because today's people. Tell me your line james when you say and i didn't know that all that listening that i was soon was was just soaking it in woo. Yeah yeah and just at your house to with all these musical geniuses around all you know what it's been a blessing to live in la in neighborhoods. That i've lived in. Because i was around people like The platters the coasters layers dane brown amos flames when he before became the other name that he came. Anc ballard admit nighters the pin guez member song call earth angel. They put out at song way back in the day and all of these people were coming up like flowers in the neighborhood of our community was loaded with talent as you know and Still today's late. You know stole so many people are infamous. I've had ever since. I lived in the house that i live now which is over fifty years. I've had jams and kelly you. There have been many many young people neighborhood who have been influenced by here coming out of my house. So it's it's like we're re passing it on generation after generation. You know because. I had it when i was a g. It you know. I was around the corner from one of the famous Club nightclubs in la called Room and they had hobbled align ourselves like hiking. Tina turner billy x. at auto price stop James brown famous flames again off. The list goes on and on mongo santamaria when he was out into the latin rhythms instead. Algae eater those people were all Fixtures in the neighborhood that i live in in that clan at club so you know all those things that i have to music is is is Medicine is screwed. It's it's it's healing. It's everything some people run shawmut as some people embrace. And i'm of that you know i raised a total. Yeah i live us. you know. you've really brought it. Full circle gorgeous. You'll gon everybody's gonna retire. We're gonna stop until among people on role until the wheels fall off music to it's like higher. It's not like a physical type of job like it's always going to be in you. It's in you for life you know. What a magical time to grow up. I can't even imagine being around those people and seeing everyone and and they all became very high. All of them. it's in. here's the other far it's amazing Later on as i continued on my career path Jose wilson of motown was the one when i was like eighteen year. He took me to different places to go and debut and sing and all that and he became world with.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"That's how you use the horn section plus tunas well. Rhythm and blues to Johnny Guitar, Watson and three minutes past midnight Now I got to tell you a lot of people know about this guy hot my mama things like that. But if you don't know about that one, you definitely got a hole in your soul. That's it that there's Johnny Guitar, Watson right there. It's a Johnny guitar, Watson that when I was a young kid made my hair stand straight up straight up on the same thing. Every friends episode the same thing. Frank Zappa was out in L. A I'm in Detroit and both of us had this cat on a transistor radio. And what What is that? For example, around to become Frank Zappa Me? I wanted to become me, but I When he talked about Johnny Guitar, Watson how his whole life changed. I know exactly what he's talking about. Wow, man doesn't get any cooler in it. And I got to see that guy once I got to see that guy play live. In Detroit at the Fox Theater. Now that was a big, big, big ass package show, Betty Wright was on that. Bobby Womack was on that, but he still had that going on. I mean, he kind of got into a more modernistic Johnny guitar Watson, but he still had that just playing with his finger, snapping them strings and making that unique. Johnny Guitar Watson talk Hey, came up with that. That's not rocket science. It's just the way he approached that guitar truly astounding stuff. It's alternative. But music Friday you're on the edge is what we do down here talking before the break about Being able to drive more than 55. Many speed limits have kicked back up. At one point we were told in our state of Michigan that we were gonna increase speed limits to 75. 75, right. Supposedly, that's the case on think us 23. Once you get up toward the first knuckle in your hand if you hold it up, Look the back here right hand that should be that way everywhere. Everywhere. I mean, think about it. I'm not talking about and get these roads. You're going down there toward the arm. No, no, no, no, that But that's most definitely be 40 Miles an hour, but 80 80 miles an hour. Anywhere you go. It's standard operating procedure. It's just ridiculous to not have that be the case. I know that seems far fetched too many. Our state legislatures not gonna do a damn thing about it, and in particular The weather is not going to that, I think is a big deal. I do. It just infuriates me that we have to be held back and drive these ridiculous speed limits, which don't keep people safer. And especially now that we've got people across the roads whenever they want to. That's insane. That's totally 2030 agenda. 2030 whether they're making the public transportation, the only means of transportation and it will be Green as well. You're on the edge, and it is alternative. But music Friday. I gotta find the right son to player. Don't screw this up. Nothing matters with him. Maybe find it Come on, Finding baby called You find your mind with whatever What matters, right? Right, baby from me. Well, I am radio.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

15:24 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on KCRW

"1,000,000. Wait. That way. You can give me a lesson. I'm like. Don't even Hold something. Just I'm stronger. That locomotive that old saying is true, but I can't stand sometime. So weak, are you And sing. Wait. Come to get you, babe, but they owe me man. Man. Yeah, I'm wrong. Me. Back at that speed. About bone of view, but I must be an awful slow sometimes maybe I can't keep up with you. And I can see he'll know it's me. I can't see you, but they call me Superman. Superman. Look Up in Skye, Come on. You've seen the plan back out on the devil. And if you do come on, and Man. Man. Something in rowing me around me. Get on with the rat on you. And you'll see the plan back. Why don't you go and do my own and Oh, man. Yeah. Classic from Mr Johnny Guitar Watson Superman level, of course. Sounds of Natalie Slade with Gimme Your love for full length is called Control. I highly highly.

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You get your podcasts I love. Supreme is a production of iheartradio leasing. Gentlemen welcome to another episode. Of course I'm used course love with me. Today is boss. Bill and KINDA WEIRD IS FONG. Tikolo on his own former podcast. Just Sunday return. And the one and only big Pooh known as Durham North Carolina's finest little. I'm courtesy enduring correct. Yup Yup and you claim dorm as well. Pu Dharam claims make one of the tug of war of who where the genesis little brother actually lives is Durham is. It all started at central. I mean we were students at North Carolina central together so Durham brawl intents and purposes. It is the birthplace little brother. Yeah I just I just have to make it clear that I'm I'm from Virginia originally just what cities Alexandria to Northern Virginia Alexandria Fairfax Virginia? Okay all right so I in in the attempts to treat Fonte as a regular guest did not assume that everyone knows his story. I do however I'm not that familiar with your story. Poo so to give us a recap whatever I'll start with you. What was your entry into music? Probably the radio but more importantly. Bmg when they did the CD's for dollar whatever where you scammer. I was scamming big-time prosecutor. Here I did about five different times and got five different groups of CDs but that was probably my real intro just learning about so many different artists in. I have friends from New York. I mean everybody probably did at that time back in the nineties. Who will come down with tapes? Like that's how I heard. A big enough is in just different artists from our New York at the time in between that radio Radio was real regional in the nineties. So you I mean we were. It was heavy Gogol influence. But you will get when artists comfortable. You'll start getting a different artist. So that's how I got put on to like when Ray Kwame. When he dropped a purple tate he came through the interview. They actually bayview incarcerated. Scarface is on the radio. Never Forget it in DC. So that was my start man. I I was actually just talking about this with my wife yesterday. Like we didn't listen to music in the house. My mom is not accused music fan so I just had to get it other places it because it didn't come from create. Yeah I was going to ask for in the same for you. Fontaine like was there trickled down creativity in your life like an older cousin and older. Like yeah for for me. It absolutely was it was It was my mom. I think it started with my mom. So the thing You know I've ever young parents so my mother was mother when she was fifteen and my dad was seventeen right. Oh I was pretty much with my mom like all the time. So wherever she went I I was there so during the summer during the weekends and that was when we cleaned up we all live with my grandmother so we that was cleanup time so that was when she was playing all the you know all just you know the classic rb stuff Luther Patty You know you had Johnny Guitar Watson. She's like the Jones by Johnny Guitar Watson and we were seeing that And then during the week if she went out to the park or whatever Bass Wa heard all like the early eighties you know. Nucleus Gem on it Shannon. Let the music play. That was kind of where I was hearing all that and so between her and my uncle but two uncles one uncle Mike he was a DJ. He would get like all the Promo records from the station and bring them home and I would go through the Promo records. And then my other uncle uncle Bri- he was super. He was kind of a more experimental. I guess In terms of his tastes like he was heavy P funk heavy He was a big dance. Music fans a lot of south sold stuff South Orchestra Instant funk my made up He like heart. I remember he had like the heart. The dream any album. You Win all over everywhere so he was probably you know one of my biggest musical influences in terms of no regard for genre if it was funky to him he just fuck with it. And that's what it was so it would poo for you. You're not having that like. What was it just recreational or just an escape or like life plan. It was an escape for me I can put on music. Had A bite Walkman. Just ride around town in this. I was just listening to music. Head to auto reverse Oh flip itself And so you know I just I it for me was just something. I just always innately enjoyed in in just enjoy listening. I was always a writer not necessarily music but like I would write poetry our right story so that spot like intrigue me in music. That's why took tonight is like I did. Because his his rounds more like stories to me. So that's why I took the prince His stuff like stories And it I mean that was. That was pretty much. I later learned that my dad is a big music head and fan. But I didn't see him till I was nineteen. I would not have known that in my younger year now. Is this the typical narrative for a young black teenager in the early nineties to this particular route? Because again I mean you know. I'll call truly ignorant Northerners are and what our thoughts are about anybody balloon the Mason Dixon. Line so I mean just in general because Al had this problem as well people just are and whatever you know not knowing so was there ever a I mean. Is this the typical route of a young black teenager in in that time period? I definitely wouldn't say it was typical Just because you know we grew up at y where I grew up in Greensboro North Carolina. You know there wasn't. There were people who made music but there wasn't really the thought of actually making it as a musician. It was just y'all we like music we spend records. We've freestyle whatever but I don't think there was ever a real thought of like Yo you can make a living doing this This the south at that time and still in many ways is still very traditional. In the sense of you know you go to school. You get a job you choose and benefits. Bring a steady check home. You know what I'm saying right. That was that it was yeah so in terms of just musically though we were always the south was always a big kind of melting pot. Because and I think a lot of things that people didn't understand the the problem that cast had and also you know a problem that little brother had you know people didn't understand it in the south. We grew up listening to everything like the south. Was the meeting. Point for all kinds of music. You had of course you know where we were and I talked about this phone the show where we were in Greensboro. That was you know. It's the south is east coast but it was a lot of traffic that went through. Greensboro at college students. Be Drug Dealers. Be hit you know all kind of transplants that was bringing their music to our area and then like were saying you had the cats coming from D. They brought the Gogo. You know I mean and so we were getting. Then you had Florida. That was you know Magic Mike. Two live crew. You had the base you know from from Florida in Atlanta and then the west coast like chronic. Of course I'm in chronic. Wisconsin bomb went off everywhere but we were students. And that was something that I think we always had an advantage of as southerners because we really had to study all types of music versus New York. They kind of got caught off guard like the south is a sucker punch to them like when they saw you know when masterpiece blew up in very no no limit. You know Cash money. They got caught off guard. It's was like what the fuck is this. But in the South we knew that shit was coming. You know what I mean right. We have been studying it so okay. When I first started coming down to North Carolina there was a club called is the cat's cradle. Yep Okay so like one of our very first gig was at the cat's cradle and I mean you know we were the roots. So of course we're going to attract sort of an alternative sort of audience whatnot so there was like an element of culture that. I was familiar with down there. That wasn't too certain about I. Don't know if you guys know Dave Tompkins. He was a writer. Yeah he was a writer at I know of him. I don't know him personally but I know who he is. Yeah he wrote for vibe and all that stuff and whatnot so he was like showing me around North Carolina and whatnot. So I meant. Was There. A first draft of accrue like how? How do you to meet and amalgamated into what will eventually be known as a little brother? Like what's what's the circle I mean we initially met In a dorm room Tae K. through his ever ever bubbly personality around he wrote the English class In event that's how we met As those first time we met. Are you on the Hallway Joe Joe Right. I remember his last name today. Joe Right. He was it was his rule. Uses have mad people come in rural? I was fresh on the hallway. 'cause I actually stay in a hotel for half of my first semester in college but I got there. We were in the room kicking it. Fontaine come in like Yeah Rotas roughing class. It's called no policies and he starts spitting it. I'm just like what you will definitely English class. That could be on the radio some shit and that's when he let everybody know he was quitting. Football is well. I didn't know he played football but he was quitting. Forget about it you leave for man. I played football. I started playing football in the sixth grade and I played all through middle school all through high school. And I play my first two years in college and I played fullback. And you know by the time I got to college. I realize that it was a much more of A. It was a commitment that I just didn't have like I didn't love the game. I wasn't on scholarship. I was in care you know I was like why am I here? This was it a Friday night lights culture for football down there. It is football and Yeah it it Kinda was I mean. It was a big Sort of the school. I played high school. Page high school We used the whereas like we was the truth and so my senior by junior senior year my senior year we got to the semi finals and We almost took state but we lost in the semifinals but We always had a good program and so it was something I think for me. It was just something that was more social and high school. It was just you know I was a kid. I had decent size. You know decent speed and you know I like to hit. My focus was like fuck it. I play football but once I got was I got to college. That's when I was like Iota should is a business like you really got to be committed and I just didn't have the love Ford and I was like man while my out here. I love doing music so let me go to music. And that was that as what we met and it morphed into a different variations of wooded ultimately became It was a big as group of us at one time called the organization. Then that whittle down to gimme. How many how many people working a I so it was okay. Organising it was me do nine was in it by default. I I think I don't even think he was in ordinance. It was people. I can't even remember their name. Song is a organization. So no definite was me you Joe Guy Who remember rosy rosy shows night when the market was? I was a girl who used to run with Rosie Mc. She was dope Medina of course she was in that Medina Medina Medina was Medina. Was she's another girl. She was a she was. The emcee. Medina was dope and Medina. And Sean Don. 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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Wherever you get your podcasts I love. Supreme is a production of iheartradio. Leasing gentlemen welcome to a another pursued of course. I'm used quest love with me. Today is boss, Bill and Kinda weird is Fong Tikolo on his own former podcast. Just. Sunday return. And the one and only big Pooh. Known as Durham North Carolina's finest. Little I'm courtesy enduring correct. Yup Yup and you claim dorm as well Pu. Durham claims make. One of the tug of war of who, where the genesis little brother actually lives is Durham is. It all started at central I mean. We were students at North Carolina central together so Durham, brawl, intents and purposes. It is the birthplace little brother. Yeah I, just I. Just have to make it clear that I'm I'm from Virginia originally. Just what cities? Alexandria Northern Virginia Alexandria Fairfax precipitously. Okay all right so I in in the attempts to treat Fonte as a regular guest did not. Assume that everyone knows his story. I do however I'm not that familiar with your story poo, so to give us a recap or whatever I'll start with you. What was your entry into music? Probably the radio, but More importantly BMG when they did the. Get! CD'S For dollar whatever. Where you scammer I was scamming big-time prosecutor here. I did about five different times and got five different groups of CDs, but that was probably my real intro just. Learning about so many different. Artists in I have friends from New, York. I mean everybody probably did at that time back in the nineties? Who will come down with tapes like that's how I heard? A big enough is in just different artists from new. York at the time in. Between that radio Radio was real regional. In the nineties, so you I mean we were. It was heavy Gogol influence, but you will get when artists comfortable. You'll start getting a different artist, so that's how I got put on to like when Ray Kwame. When he dropped a purple tate, he came through the interview. They actually bayview incarcerated. scarface is on the radio. Never forget it in DC so. That was my start man I? I was actually just talking about this with my wife yesterday like we didn't listen to music in the house. My mom is not accused music fan. So I just had to get it other places it because it didn't come from create. Yeah, I was going to ask for in the same for you. Like. was there trickled down. Creativity in your life like an older cousin and older like. Yeah for for me, it absolutely was it was It was my mom. I think it started with my mom. So the thing you know I've ever young parents, so my mother was mother when she was fifteen, and my dad was seventeen right? Oh, I was pretty much with my mom like all the time so wherever she went I. I was there so during the summer during the weekends. Right that was when we cleaned up. We all live with my grandmother so. We that was cleanup time, so that was when she was playing. All the you know all just you know the classic rb stuff, Luther Patty you know you had Johnny Guitar Watson She's the like the Jones by Johnny Guitar Watson and we were seeing that and then during the week if she went out to the park or whatever Bass Wa. Like the early eighties, you know nucleus gem on it. Shannon let the music play. That was kind of where I was hearing all that, and so between her and my uncle. But two uncles one uncle Mike. He was a DJ. He would get like all the Promo records from the station and bring them home, and I would go through the Promo records, and then my other uncle, my uncle Bri-. He was kind of the more experimental I guess. in terms of his tastes like he was heavy P funk heavy He was a big dance music. Fans, a lot of south sold stuff South Orchestra instant funk, my made up the he like heart I remember he had like the heart, the dream any album. You win all over everywhere, so he was probably you know one of my biggest musical influences in terms of no regard for genre. If it was funky to him, he just fuck with it and that's what it was. So it would poo for you. You're not having that like. What? Was it just recreational or just an escape or like. Life Plan. It was an escape for me I can put on music. Had A bite Walkman just ride around town. In this! I was just listening to music head to auto reverse Oh flip itself. and so you know I just I it for me was just something I just always innately enjoyed in in just enjoy listening I was always a writer, not necessarily music, but like I would write poetry our right story, so that spot like intrigue me in music. That's why took tonight is like I did because his his round more like stories to me, so that's why I took. The prince his stuff like stories And it I mean that was that was pretty much. I later learned that DAD is a big music head and fan. But I didn't see him till I was nineteen. I would not have known that in my younger year. Now, is this the typical narrative for a young black teenager in the early nineties to this particular route because? Again I mean you know I'll call truly ignorant northerners are and what our thoughts are about anybody balloon the Mason Dixon Line. So. I mean just in general because Al had this problem as well. People just are and whatever. You know not knowing so. was there ever a? I mean. Is this the typical route of? A young black teenager in in that time period. I definitely wouldn't say it was typical. just because you know. We grew up at y where I grew up in Greensboro North Carolina. You know there wasn't. There were people who made music, but there wasn't really the thought of actually making it as a musician. It was just y'all we like music. We spend records freestyle. Whatever but I don't think there was ever a real thought of like Yo. You can make a living doing this this the south at that time, and still in many ways is still very traditional. In the sense of you know you go to school. You GET A job. You choose and benefits. Bring a steady check home. You know what.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"That's the gangster of love where he's got the line in their excuse me brother sure if that's your wife on the back of my horse there is there is a long cut in a new that's my check man excuse me will disagreement but I'm cut and then I'm taken aback Johnny guitar Watson and cut in Waco stuff you don't hear one of most unique styles in the history of guitar your plan right there's been a Telecaster he snaps the strings with his fingers resume is that he's not picking him down he's got pulled him up and let them snap that's a very cool technique I'm a few pioneered it but he was one of the guys back in the early fifties doing a stuff let's alternate bought music Friday this is your music education we all get together every Friday we get into a circle and all the men do a drum circle all the women do a consciousness raising meetings and we do this from three to six PM eastern standard time plus some really cool music I posted a bunch of stuff on the Facebook somebody somebody just was texting me in the messenger thing here and I said are you on the radio and I said what bacon said something and I can't repeat on the radio so I know she's dialed in yet but she was talking about how all the stores are completely straight up drained right now and how this is we'll be talking about this all all day today that's what else is there to talk about we are being forced into kind of a red dawn mode if you will by the way I'm with the Wolverines I will be with will reads you recognize me easily I'll have it right in your face but this whole thing about the scarcity now it's it's like a trial run it's like a it's like a strip problems first time it's ever happened America like this now I know there's been rationing during World War two things like that but does this is isms is absurd because somebody's gonna sneeze somebody else going to get sick and you gonna have the flu for five days whatever it is let me give me a break everybody's got something every year around flu season anyway and did that with the it's just the same precaution you would use for that but not now order a quick grab everything you can I just talked at Hoffman star stage and screen and Mr speaking of art here and when radio on Saturday afternoons and he was Centel people is is asking me to tell you to knock it off at the gas stations because what's going on right now is people are are are panic buying knives I top my car flustered because there are certain things you want to have you just want to have a because of this insane pens you get you can't help but act according to it because if if you if you don't then you're gonna be the one out there with nothing but you should have been a in the first place you should have to go out to panic buying when everybody's out to get in straight up just crazy how you should be able to say well you know what I don't have to buy stuff right now in panic mode because I've already got it you're on the this is a you're a non panic mode radio show right here on this alternate but music Friday six nobody wants to get ripped off broken into or rob but nobody wants to pay a lot of money to have.

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I guess by the name of I guess so somewhere in Michigan make yeah sort of an unusual name you get up into my he told her to do both music Friday she you you can yes right there Dion the Belmonts and sure about that they put the song together I'm not quite sure are the CD together I'm not sure when but it was way after the the fifties slash sixties Dion the Belmonts how do opera sensation older cats this is unbelievable stuff five perfect if we get camera three to Dolly and communal for a touch up with that testimony by flesh baby I have goosebumps big as Jaybird X. right there at the cemex my lights up whole CD does that's our culture by then the Dion was quick well you read said that it was for Dion he wouldn't know what to do I mean people are grown up and listen to this stuff it's kinda like Frank Zappa said that about Johnny guitar Watson you hear something I want to do that when I grow up it was the on the new York city writer whose cats actually came up I I wanna say they came off a Belmont Avenue that's hence a Dion the Belmonts deep deep deep in the street under the street lamp post recorders do up stuff a lot of the stuff came about but there you have an alternative bought music for and that's a that's a school right now that's good stuff if you don't like that you got a service hole in your soul a study on one night on that Catholic channel with the older nun lady I don't know who she is as that was called the ETW and network I've talked about this before and he was talking about how he had just rekindled his relationship with Christ judgment major Christian Christian gospel guy now and I have the time and I don't mean this with any reference I was drinking Miller genuine draft don't drink anymore and I was thinking I was amazed at how it had what was re kindling my relationship with Miller genuine draft as he was saying that the I think that I think they actually have sing on that real quick and I mean real quick we'll do this in detail on on Monday listens before climate change became a belief system in which humans are expected to perform penance for their sins against guy up recycling was the religion of many in modern world those who didn't reduce reuse and recycle were and still are considered heretics pick may put me in coach I'm a heretic I I I've been telling me I have a love hate thing with this I kind of want to just throw everything in the garbage and and screw it go back to like when we should change our oil to drain into the sewer Sir drain but I haven't made that leap yet I'm thinking about it so much easier to store things one places and you're on the edge to alternative what music Friday in since this no this an adult elephant.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"The Anthony Go? I can't go zippers Komo now. You know his fight and Tom so do group. What you're saying. No appoints away from Dan. I want to go back to Clewiston. Leyla quick because I think that Even Alleles Shane for thirteen years older. Thank all day. I think it would be a great fight. Moneywise yes famine plans exactly that. They're making history. They make all of our lady that hasn't fought in a long time we. I'd never expected to come back out again right supposed to come back. I don't care if she win or lose I just WANNA see fight right now. Pay For not calling. I'm sure the management team. I will watch it pumps she out right. How would you like a grown ass man to move water? Yes in fighting for the water you look. She did try and she was fighting. Shade B. O. Tough we're going to say but I'll tell you that I read it and it's coming out. I'm so excited about what's happening in Michigan with the Flint Flint. Strong John Young to the top. And I think that I would i. Would I love about it? I want to support. Both of them. Versus Michigan is a knock gotta support her and then Leyla is a woman so we gotta talk back so what to say when it comes to religion. Johnny Guitar Watson about is that we always we always put our women in our people up against each other. We do do that unless you support both right. I think that that is what's happening with this thing. And I think this is out of respect to how much yes yes absolutely. I mean I honestly was talk about going in the box and then before I found. That's one that my life. I had to fight so in eighteen. You'll son like you do no look. I had to fight. My Dad had to fight my brother's off you right but you absolutely a ahead. I sound just like Oprah Kindle Lamar remembered again in all my life I had to play right now. I'm sure when I I was. I used to be a personal train but I was a boxer. Yeah know I'm GonNa give off so much reiner's heights it high-tech cost our how lean they was my trainer. Female come up against me right. Not Short me I am I. I've thought about what about fitness and finished training. I loved by the Latin enough idea. I I did for like two years in boxing. I really loved it. Not for the fact. I just want to box. I think it would just getting out frustration as being a wife being a mom talk back their thirteen year. I just fell into it see married. He was the best bought is because sometimes when you train a lot of frustration I noticed I noticed one girl. She was in a domestic violence situation and she was in the hospital and he sent to some rose and I told her not to sniff them rose since she slipped up. A fist flew right there. Where you out to be in on bass tonight. You always shocked. They're scared the bees abbey your supply us. If I'm allergic and what you Holson every Monday night on Monday night we got a open mic is in Clinton Township and hosted in who? Ooh I'm on my way to that and soon as I get done with discipline. Okay well you lay. Your show is to to the every home. Nurses I want to say something. Abbas nurses Detroit Nurses V. E. Company. Yagi.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Up woman, which we're going to here today. But buddy, right right there. Mr. lucky, I saw her in a soul review that had her Bobby Womack, Johnny guitar Watson who else was in there. There's somebody else. One of the cool shows I've ever seen in my entire life. Outstanding. That's Mr. lucky on alternative bump music Friday. You're on the edge. I was gonna tell you something else about that. And now my mind just went blank as is so often the case. August that will suffice for now I wanna go back into this. This this horrible thing. That's happening right now in our in our country. I I'm I'm shocked. I'm astounded. I'm I'm pretty much shock proof. It's it's hard to shock me. But I could not believe that our congress are sitting congress, even though it's run by Democrats, socialists focused a lot on this today. But what else is it a focus on things. Like this happen. They've come out and completely whitewashed as they say that was supposed to be some type of sanction thrown out of congress, but the psychotic Muslim chick from Minnesota mix an anti-semitic remark analytical. Now, let's just say, for example, somebody a white male with an let's make him a Christian with blue eyes and said something like that. Well, I tell you what I'll give you a better example than that. How about you look at Peter King? Or I'm sorry. Kingana? Kansas City, not Peter King on a New York. Steve king Steve king's been on this radio show. He's one of the staunchest most solid conservatives in history of mankind. He's never racist bone in his body. Now, what he I can't remember his exact statement. But it was something along the lines where somebody could have taken out of context and said, oh, he's a racist. And that's exactly what they did. Now they called for. He's been completely marginalized push off to the side. He refused to quit. Thank god. He had the war heart door your spirit and didn't get out of congress. But that's that's that's exactly what they tried to do was they tried to burn his house to the ground his life take everything from him. But this this chick running around in that those are very expensive scarves around her face of that that's a slave fit, by the way, that's straight up slave. Whenever you see that see a, Costco, WalMart, whatever those those are slave girls straight up. I don't care how. On slavery. They might be acting at the time, those are slave girls. And when the brothers come to town by the if the aggregate the necessary population to tip it over those girls will be whipped for wearing makeup and those expensive headscarfs. But anyway. The the whole thing around her is they they whitewashed the statement that was supposed to be this chick said, something NS semitic. You're fired. No, no, no. They turned it into we stand against hate speech. What the hell's that mean that gives a cover now? So that you can't criticize the the cult that would enslave women and make them where rags around their head in public to denote that you can you can, oh, that's hate speech listing as hate speech, by the way, and a girl can say that stuff. That's great. We just know who she is. But she should have her ass kicked out of congress straight up one hundred percent kicked out of congress. But that didn't happen in our nation's capital. And that bothers me greatly around the edges alternative bump music.

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"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"johnny guitar watson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Zuzu? Oh. Will you go out for a beer when I ask you go for beer in the pouring rain when I ask you. Milo. That because we are faulty engineering here in the bone conducting drunken monkey radio anyway, Johnny guitar Watson and Cordell at the mile on the bone conduction music shows what I'd be trying to say that is called lonely girl. This is from some fine fine superfine, Johnny guitar Watson slab. More actually where that came from. For that. We checked out Etta James some earlier James reject dot, you know, what I mean on the phone conduction. This rock in the show on the radio. You know what? I mean. We've got a lot of that. Good stuff straight up ahead. We're gonna prove we come back right after this small short interlude. Give you time to get the store and get some beer or Pepsi or coke or mountain dew moon pies. Sure, you're back after this a break here. I'm gonna hit you over the head with Dinah Washington. I'm going to go out in the kitchen, make myself a salmon. Big fat one. Going down the side of my that'd be a good one. I have that sandwich. Made be ready for action. Just straight ahead. Take out one solid minute back. I'm gonna punching the time clock and sold on the bone conduction music insane anyplace else. Stick around. Hi, I'm pastor Toma from our savior Lutheran church and school in Hartland at our savior and Hartland. We don't have light shows projector screens or rock bands. But that's because we aren't trying to entertain you into Christianity or.

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