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Exploring Your Gut Microbiome

No Meat Athlete Radio

06:26 min | Last month

Exploring Your Gut Microbiome

"Gout it's good to see you how are things get? How are you? Can Ask you a question and I want you to give it to me straight because I think you willow yet. So, ready to get pumped up for this podcast to give myself like. In the in the mood. Yeah. Listen to the Hamilton Soundtrack. Judge community now no Johnny Marr. Track one three one is dislike the traditional. Alexander. Yeah, and then track three is not thrown away my shot and it's like going to. Know me that lead man thrown away the shot. Let's go. You know meet athlete. Oh that's awesome. No, that's inspiring. Isn't it just gets you fired up. I feel like music. Music has a big part in your whole life and your whole career feel. Oh Man I. Wish I could have a soundtrack like in thing. But then. I wouldn't walk, I would just dance everywhere I go there would be no luck involved. It just be like moving from place to place but the. What's wrong with that? Make everyone laugh smile no I. If I had my way that would exist but I think you've got gotTa make it happen I would dance down the streets if I if I could all day everyday. Chores that crazy person Happy talking. The Gut Health Guy Maybe. They got something we're going on. Well, as I was prepping for this interview I was like you know what I feel like you're so many nicknames. First of all your poop whisper self-proclaimed. You are fibers, new publicist, which I feel like ritual Kinda gave you that title congrats on that interview by the way it's It seems like it's reaching far and wide so so awesome. And then the plant point master I kind of gave out plant based Rockstar, of course. And the doctor be the real DR G. And I have to give Andrea props for that. Because last time we were chatting we were on Vegan podcast we chatted for two hours. So we made it into part one and part two. So anyone listening wants even more view. We're done which I know they will check that out but Andrew gave you that one and I think it's my favorite. Really more than poop whisper lots. It's pretty to the poop doctor I like rock. Rockstar. But that's Me Being Selfish I've always wished that I could be a rock star that's in my book. I talk about like new. You could be a business rockstars you get enough plant points like this is my way of like making my own dreams come true even if it's not actually happening. You are Jaeger of the vegan world. I wish that guy his hips don't lie their incredible. Title though how he does that like? How could you move like a snake and you're like ninety five years old it's incredible scales. Energy. Still got it. Got It. Am I missing any nicknames? I mean there's so much. How far back are we, GONNA go. Okay related to. Fiber Field Abba. No. You got five or fields covered I mean you're you got a revealed covered. I'm very proud of actually. New York, times bestselling author. Instant. So Amazing I absolutely love your book. I've got it in three different versions now. Audible and the PDF that you sent me an actual hard copy. So Yeah it's amazing. You are changing so many people's lives and transforming their health thousands of reviews on Amazon. So everyone listening definitely checkout fiber fueled at Amazon and get it in your mail right away because it really is so refreshingly straightforward three real-life analogies and relatable stories because it's it's you shining through right like you're so relatable and fun, and it brings people back to the basics of nutrition like it really is helping. So many people transform their health and and he'll their got. So congratulations on the success of it. The last time you spoke it was right before your book dropped and I feel like it's a whole other life that you're leading now. So how are you doing with this fiber fueled madness? Mike the guy, the guy who had this experiment and all of a sudden experimental blew up nail crazy hair and like all over their face I'm like what the heck just out. It's kind of insane I mean look I could not be more proud of that book I put my heart and soul into that book. And it was a pure passion project and I didn't know if there would be any response at all and when the pandemic hit. I kind of. Had A couple of weeks in May have told you this when we talked before? I had a couple of weeks in late March. Early April rows kind of moping around like I was like a broken man. I was like a broken man I was just I do. Like wearing sweatpants everywhere and my wife, let's go do something and I'm just like lean on the couch making moaning noises. Is, launching up during a pandemic. Well because basically happened is all my plans got pulled. He's like I was supposed to fly out to L. A. to be rich rose five. All these different things and everything else on strategic boom squash like all this work that you've done squash it's gone. And so but then I just got Kinda pissed you know. I just got kind of pissed. Yeah. Well, because I worked for two years on the PUCK. And I'm not GonNa let is frigging pandemic. completely destroyed my book launch rate and so I kind of busted my tail trying to do you know as much as I could to get the word out and. I mean it just feels really good like the most important thing truly is when you get these messages from people who read the book I was literally I'm not exaggerating Julia is Rena message this morning. From someone who's like. Basically. I have been suffering with arthritis for years to the point that like it has affected my mobility. And I tried different diets, none of them have worked. In now in following your plan and Mike, I would really woke up this morning with zero pain. Latin I'm just like okay. I didn't expect that to happen

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"johnny marr" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What the hell happened after that first album? There. It is. There is held Jorgensen. Everybody else listening right now going why the hell you play that aren't you playing the land of rape? Are you? Oh, man. Yeah. Ministry played at a post screening of the wax trax movie, which I've not seen. I really wanna see it very. It's a gymnast Jim national in the source daughter, Julie directed, and she was there that night. And it was it was really cool. I used to go that store all the time. I was a little before my time in the city all up in the suburbs. Anytime I go to the theater Bono. Yeah. Right. So anyway, that's ministry, and we're not talking about ministry. L jorgensen. But we are we do want to talk about Johnny marr. Yeah. Where did he play? He was at the Vic. He was at the Vic. Okay. He's right. He's he's he's the guy who actually shows up right from the band. Unlike other members of nights meat meet Johnny marr eat meat. Does. He does he restrict meat from being anywhere near the vicinity. He's everything you want and the Smiths member. As opposed to the other guy will tell me about what would you? I saw the fantastic pictures that you took. I mean, he does I think that's missing was thumb in the corner. He does he does a lot of Smith stuff. So he's really grown into the role of frontman too. I mean, he's he's up there preening and posing and really really hamming it up at every rockstar style imaginable. But he's he's fantastic. I interviewed him to last month. And he's he's wonderful. Like, he he in all of the prep. I was doing it became very apparent that. He's really good friends with Noel Gallagher. Oh, wow. And it's very strange. He's only like three years older than Noel Gallagher. You would think there'd be a bigger gap. Both. They're both in their fifties. He's still pretty young. But I totally understood after getting off the phone with him how the two of them get along as well as they do because they have the exact same outlook. They just neither of them cares. Just neither gives a crap about anything. Yeah. They Johnny marr is very much cut out of that. Same cloth is no gold, but his new album, call the comet is fantastic. He's he's upset with Trump. He's upset with Brexit. He doesn't address either one of them directly. Right. It's him. Imagining his utopia where values matter and he picks who gets to to join. But so that's that's the concept of his new album is Johnny Mars utopia. Yeah. He was always my favorite part of Smith's. He's I mean, he's great. He's such a fantastic. It's har- player mazing he's out of that generation of guitar players. He's he's right up at the top of he's got such unique style, and you hear it and all the different stuff that he's done before the solo albums because he's only put out three solo albums, but he was a member of the cribs and those albums are great, and he was on the modest mouse album. And you know, he's done all this different stuff. He did he did two songs at the Vic last night by electron his group with Bernard Sumner from new order. It was one of the he. The disco song for Manchester, telly prefaced it. And it was awesome. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. He's just as much is he doing is it a big tour. He's doing full US tour. Yeah. And then he's been in town for a couple of days because I saw on social media. He was watching soccer at the globe on Saturday. Yeah. Of course, just hanging out with fans. Yeah. The one day I decided to not go watch soccer. Yeah. God. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's if you're gonna watch soccer anywhere in the city. That's the point. Do it. Right. Yeah. If Johnny marr I used to work for the guy who who ran the globe. Would it was? He was when he now is back at his old. He's at AJ Hudson's now, which is over. Yeah. Yeah. Ashland ginger ale house. I bartended there. Hang out there. Jamie. Jamie HALE is the is the guy who runs the runs that place. He went to he went to the club to the globe. And he's the one who turned it into the soccer. I remember the lion's den. Yeah. Yeah. That was the lines in the punk, and he turned, but he turned it into the soccer that it is now. Okay. And he and he brings that you can go to agent Hudson's to watch out on the soccer a Liverpool bar. So no Liverpool. Tell him to stop. I can't tell him anything, quite frankly. But no, I can't tell you the number of times that I'm not even I'm not even a big soccer guy at all. But. I can't tell you the number of times I serve drinks there at eight o'clock in the morning. For guys watching soccer. You know, obviously, the time seven o'clock in the morning buying Bom. Being these guys are down in pints and watching soccer. And so I've been a part of that I was a part of that scene for a while when I worked at gender. I've been to globe several times. But it is it's it was voted if I'm not mistaken. I think the globe was voted best soccer in America. Well. No. I think I think it was. I think it was voted best soccer bar in America. What's the what's the allegiance of the globe? I don't know. Used to be Liverpool because you delivers Jamie ran the place for a while. So it's it's been a minute ever since I started doing the overnight. So. Early in the morning. Just taping the games, watch them at home. Right. I don't know what their specific allegiances. Johnny Mars, Manchester guy, I'm assuming which is. So then they're probably Manchester. That's right. I'm wondering. Yeah. Yeah. Unless that's the only place you really want to went to watch soccer research on any other Manchester bars in the city. So all right. Well, so Johnny Johnny marr played last night. Very very good. Was it a better experience than BTS? Would be hard. There were musicians on stage. There was a plug didn't guitar right off the top. I'm happy you go. All right. All right. Jim hang on. We're gonna take a break the news. And after the news, we're gonna play a little music IQ. We'll explain what that is in Tom's first time planet. So we'll see how that goes how many jazz questions, by the way, I want you to know, look, Tom, I want you to know that Jim was looking directly at me when he randomly picked the cards. So he did not this was not like in. There are no jazz questions. So go figure. All right. Okay. We'll take a break and might be a question in there somewhere though. Right. The news is up after this. Party this number and. A cost players.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on World Cafe

"You would ever. That's pretty sweet, man. How much of the lyrics actually made his ad living lyrics all of this all of it. But it just they just send us. All of this beautiful and people don't forget you are in that band for three years. That's one of your long you no longer bandstands, right? Yeah. He's actually longer than three years. Let me guess two thousand five six seven Hof with three years nearly four years. It is it best some alive. I read your auto biography. You know, you talk with great joy about your time in modest mouse. It's so yeah, I that's why I wanted to ask a little bit about Isaac. Ross knows. It was the best time. I'm alive know, I'm gonna go time. Now, lots lots good puts. Modest mouse time took some beat in because it was just so dumb crave. I personally really connected with the a whole generation of American music funds who'd been -fluenced by. Things that would not from my background got the skate scene in the punk scene and the and the the the scene and. Dern very fertile kind of an inspirational time for me on stage enough. Johnny marr guest here in studio talking about his time in modest mouse. I want to ask you one last question before we get going because it's about the song that you are playing for us today to close at your set legendary Smith song, how soon is now there are a lot of people who do not know the riff is incredible. But the work that went into the riff in a pre sample world is out of control is it is it true that you literally ran tape around a room with two amplifiers specific positions to create the sound. Something grew gold Burgan. Similar to that was actually a little bit more women. What we did was. No, we run a straight. It's our part from the regular type machine to inch Saint machine out to four Fender twin river bz, the tremolo sound you hear the Jews? You just sound. Is that, sir? You can get that pretty sounded pretty good light boat did lease to from offended twin river, but we did it with full. So as. As as full times is good basic. Four times as much work to know. You know, he was really tricky as you said it was pre- samplers. And and it was also three in the moon in took a lot patients in love an affirm out hush and persistence from a self jump. That's how how we came up with that technique and then. You know, you don't know five years late people are still going to want to hear it. You know, Sommese we got shows in the studio math. There's no doubt about it. And how do you do it live now a little bit easier? This time around the at least at least, but we don't use any someplace or any loops or trick. Rely is just I just learned over the years to alone over the years to be a play. It was tough in the Smiths days. Baggy top line. Now, let's to it really is the way it goes. It's so we're gonna hear a pretty tremendous live version to close at this world cafe really good band as well. You know? So the bunkum played really can you introduce the band, please show. Yeah. Will own on second guitar is my co producer James dove EAC and on Troms is from Manchester's junk Mitchell, who's my of Trump ever and an on the bass guitar and backing vocals is you and grown that just that just the best and the audience really love him. And I'm I'm I feel super fortunate. We've been a band now for like eight years. So you know, we really we're we're we've got our own swing. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Well, let's take a listen to it absolutely thrilled to play it. How soon is now live in-studio? It's Johnny marr on world. Cafe. Security. Somen? Security..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on World Cafe

"It's a live performance of spiral cities from Johnny marr here on the world. Cafe the new album is call the comet Johnny congrats on the album face. It's great it hits a perfect sweet spot for me. You've made a lovely rock and roll record of. Thanks. Yeah. That sounds that's nice to hear. Yeah. I think yet, you know, those words rock rock and roll record. They also have ring true to me. You know, I think when it was off with remaking Oz occurred to me that. Yeah, I'm making a rock record puts glad that's you know, that still can be so things a rut record. But that's. Ruck those good things, you know. And it kind of always Sal most forgotten it. But as I say halfway through the records like, yeah. Yeah. This is route record, you know, that doesn't mean that it has to have so classic rock associations or anything. I'm hoping I can make modern rock music, and is still kind of believe that. That you can make modern wrote music. In other words, what I'm trying to say. Yeah, we're here with Johnny marr talking all things called the comet that's the name of his new album Ahearn world cafe you stepped up into the front man role in your solo career not counting. Obviously the two thousand three solo record. But your last three twenty thirteen's the messenger play land now on this record the singing on this album is so strong. I really enjoyed it. And it's it's an Evelyn over the course of the three records. I mean, it's it sounds very different. I hope this isn't too to forward of question. But I was gonna ask how did you get to this point where vocally you sound? So at ease and comfortable things wasn't photo Question Nos. Evolutions good word for it really thing. You know, if you want and do hundred gigs tons of shows definitely going to affect you know, you just going to get better at it. And a thing also. The first twelve them's the messenger. Playland I was really kind of at a real. Done agenda to to write melodies that were avoided any kind of e aspect to it. Because I think there's plenty of people out there doing, and there's a lot of people who are going out. Of the last ten years with Cousteau guitar singing, very, earnest, and heartfelt a genuine, you know, sincere wide ranging melodic vocals, and one of the things inspired me to make solo records was the some of the singers. I liked and I was inspired by when I was a teenager people how devote own Raivis and Kalinin from wire, and particularly Brian Eno Susie sue they're all find things, but they don't sing. Like, they're around the campfire. Are they don't seem words like the round count fire either? So I just thought why don't why enough Mobil's doing that? I mean, they'll sees no one expects cease to sing like, you know, like that share or anything. So there's room for the I like that kind of singing, so a suited my voice. So the first two. Quiz was deliberately placing myself as more of a rock and roll singer. And then on call the comet. Because I went into the record with no expectation or preconception. It was nothing to do with the Recco. News nothing to do with. Now's the time. This you know, this would be a good third idea for third record. I went in kind of be open emotional. I was beat up from promotion of mile agree, which. I started to get very intrusive enough. What was a little it kind of was just burnt out by the time. I don't know. And of course, the political situation in the U K. So I went into the comet fitting kind of emotional sorrow Cape fairly, emotional, Korchagin, ges and fairly emotional music. Eighteen months only use certain kind of melody you have to put yourself in it. And consequently, I've learned are being reminded that's. People like that. Because this recruits been the most popular, so maybe we'll do more. Not a bad attitude. Here we are with Johnny marr talking. Call the comet on world cafe let's listen to another live performance this one from his second record solo record playland. It's easy money live here on world. Cafe. Fan. Stress. What? What's?.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"You end up to implant pages, right? So this plenty times on this new record, call the comment as set our an in there with. I had one song which Spiro say because we've been playing it live and gunned down well. So I was like, okay, that's going on the record, you know, because I don't need to be signed his two good side for not Blunk zeros and ones an a hoped, and this is. The way I live my life. I'm looking for inspiration Milwaukee for riffs. I'm looking for some lucky for June. I'm looking for titles on looking for hoax. Masan riot assault on a most. Hopefully going to the well trying to fish, hopefully all all the time. What's cool. I'm still hearing stuff for me. That's genuinely surprising. There's a you put this wild guitar. Soul on, I think on, hey, angel almost reminded me of latter day Nils Lofgren I know you used to listen to them. I don't know if. Oh, well, I'll tell you. Yeah, yeah, because Nils is amazing, fine guitar player. And if you go back through the what Nils if it reminds you Nilsson we're talking Jimi Hendrix, really? And yeah, a solo is sometime really, like I look layer often couple takes. It wasn't like something technically tricky a sound it, but I wanted to do something really psychedelic and also radical as well. You know, there's not too many backwards in your face real loud solos and particularly on indie rock records. So I'm not the stolen. Oh, I didn't even clock it as backwards that that helps explain it. Okay. Yeah. And then learn things about your soul to several has loving is you are singing Smith songs. Is there any psychological barrier that you had to overcome or anything like that to to get comfortable with the idea of that, or is it just straight ahead for you? Now? No, you're there is. I mean, I wouldn't if the was really eight would just because it just be too much hassle. You know, a guess I'll go very lucky without right because almost again, this this thing of playing with the musicians. I dunno at that meant Sally, I wouldn't have picked up the phone Neil Finn in whenever that was two thousand three full. I was recovering from a serious illness pleurisy nearly two thousands, and a really was not supposed to be working. But Neil Finn invited meal with sid news eland and aegis assumed I was going to sing. There was a lot never goes out because it was a big song right now. I, I arrive there with all his Smith baggage which allow people seem to still be carrying around, aren't won't even in the group undone a realize in instant when I balked his suggestion and he looked at me quizzically, well, kind of what you may never ever sacred cow a realize. I was just being just too precious. Yes, it's music. This is bullshit and a went on the stage with Neil because he said, you could singer, and he loves the song. He sung it. The sound check. I sung it and then we did it. And again, I guess now I'm looking back on never really curse maybe because I I out in the way I do and interact with other musicians. Follow music would maybe have no the opportunity to be to be on a stage with Neil Finn and Vada at O'Brien from Radiohead, Lisa Germano, they're both shit. You know, I would have been just like some precious, you know, churlish big baby donate. So did it. And the audience reacted in such a beautiful way and in in a way of, I think mentioned in the book of nail to funk for that because he gave me gift really just puncturing nonsense. But that's because a musician spend my time. Now we musicians now, he's in Fleetwood MAC's. Just never know how these. Things are gonna tag Lookie fleet with monk. Absolutely are. Thank you so much for being here. So right. This is been stoned music. Now we'll be back here on Sirius XM next Friday, channel, six pm time. We are podcast download us as a podcast scribe to his podcast where we get your podcast. This device relied tunes as always thanks for listening. See..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I remember what feels like when with Kirsty McCullum many, many songs, her process of recording backing vocals, an approach of write lyrics, which I was privy to with something I would never give up. So this is my juice. Because us Asian. So me working on other projects. That's my vision you say, I'm sorry if you know some people the five years ago yet, but you supposed to stay stood against the wall it with the same hair. 'cause the other guys? Well, that maybe that vision needs to sort of widen a little bit and stuff and can a bit more communication because if they want to know what I think I think musician, and that was my instinct, you say, so may work with the bands and an after the Smiths doing what I've done was fantastic being guitar player. Another said awhile about now. I feel like as Qatar player of the best job of almost unequalled player of in very, very, plus it over to out little bit sometimes to do that. One thing I felt that I never heard from you in the book was a feeling that some people might get of like fear of, oh my God, what am I gonna do now? How am I is this going to be able to keep going. Because essentially there's a certain point when you're, you know, obviously had the in mouse mouse this period of essentially you're, you're like a an extraordinarily high level freelancer, you know, and so this didn't have a steady gig, but never seem to be fear of where the next thing is coming from. Yeah. Well. I don't think being in c- the let me see one joined the night in a okay, so and then when a left there, it was late night in night, two thousand four and a half years. I don't really feel like a freelancer. The didn't really feel like a freelancing gig and think if you ask not Johnson and James Allah and David Palmer, who was in the band when I woke up in the morning of four and a half years, who the guitarist in that bond was who so Johnny guitar by sort of mean inbetween when you weren't in electric, they weren't electric from what was electorally from electron informed in eight. Okay. Saint homes though, was into the and finished a guess what's he thousand two thousand one a think. So. Now you have to do the mossy like nine eight, nine years or something as kind of a long freelance gig always have been paid like a freelancer. So I don't really feel like not just. Kerm of musician been in abundance, you know which a fella communication when I was a kid felucca kit who'd been in the bans. Nominee dole has been in a law, bans vessel fail. Let's hear getting away with it by electric..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"A subset right. Yes, it was very sad, but it was meant to be, why was it untenable? I mean, one thing that's unspoken is you were doing so much work and sometimes instead of being grateful to the person who's doing so much work, who's arranging everything in staying and not sleeping for weeks to do all this sometimes instead of being grateful. Some people are resentful, whether it's in the context of a band or in another context, I felt that might have been. Yeah. Well, maybe that was the case. I don't know about the there was probably a time in my life when I would have felt. I don't really feel now as an adult now configure like when things come to an end a meant to come to an end all kinds of months. Shit happens. People will know talking about with relationships and jobs, and even if you wanna, you know, wanna move out your palm and you just don't tune in the game state, you know. So things kind of stopped breaking down when then when when they've run out shelf-life, you know, as as mature at all less the way I see things, how. Mean you and things out meant to bay. They just they break down like cogs in a machine stop working. They stop being harmonious and it's the same in buns. As is in relationships in his is in jobs, Fultz of life of ink. So without beating still don't feel like, what was it a personality thing? Or was it just all of the book of? Yeah, all of the above. Just different people, you know. So chemistry was a think. The differences in personnel is a won't often make for interesting chemistry. And then inevitably, you know, the differences in personnel e comes a point when those things are gonna stop forward, motion guess, and you know. So I, I suppose, well, a, he just saw futures differently. ASA, why I just didn't see my future being in that group anymore. That is a very circular statement. Will get so soundcheck. I don't wanna be a tool like fix five hours. The issue of you doing outside projects seems to have which inure telling isn't a big deal at all, like working with Bryan ferry and stuff that that was nothing to you at the time. And yet it seems seems to have been very hurtful to Morrissey barely you have to ask him about that's his account. Is that. You know, maybe so yeah, I'm not gonna disagree with if that's what he says. I'm not. I'm not gonna disagree with it. Fine. It's so wall. As we said. I mean, it's hard to imagine a better outcome for someone who lost their amazing bandits such a young age. You were what? Twenty three, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I mean, that's when your life is just getting started and then it it could have gone a lot of different ways, but you've had this amazing career. Cute. Yeah, I didn't know he was going to will count that way, but I don't really. I didn't really feel like a lost my band because somewhere along the line of they say. So it's kind of about so sore projection that people kind of pull on the Smith because a big part of that was inside me was a probably knew I always wanted to work with different people before the Smith. I reco- came out a discussion with Bernard Sumner so there was a clue right there, and that's because I'm a musician, and in some ways, I'm kind of. Almost archetypal musician. The lights play with people a like to learn. And from that very first session I did when Boone at someone who was producing a factory band, I walked in there and what's in Emily, sorry, like walked into. So the future, an ominous early, my future for he was working. He was working with sequences on with the bunko section, twenty five on a song called view from a hilltop. He was done a remix of what I what, not studio. As I say, the Smithsonian even the first record out on I owed of you from a hilltop remix of it. That was next level psychedelic electro music. So I was excited when I heard that will burn. It was working on, and so it was worth me walking in the studio just for that. So I'm a musician. So I'm like the five years..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And when I used to bunk of school is to go, read the music, press an, it's or find out about literature and find out all these whole save influences of about William Burroughs. From David Bowie found out about Rambeau from pice myth and blah, blah, blah on and on. It goes by also found out about whether music comes from so wanna go into new young nextstep, go deeper finer about Burr Jentzsch and Pence angle that spoke to me got really into that. Go deeper, find among Kathy find out about the war sins. Just go as deep as you can into. You just get to the bottom of it, absorbed what you counsel big of Mike guitar techniques combined to plane is folk music, the psychedelic aspects of it. If you listen, some burn hundred manual though psychics will happen in the early two, thousands, some concern a little bit. Like while I was doing in the Smiths, some of my acoustic plane is psych folk. I got that from spending maybe three month period. Absolutely absorbing myself in Burr Johnson, ROY Harper. So every finish fair game for me as long as it isn't straight. He said that when people start. Making Roger McGlynn comparisons. You actually hadn't heard that much birds and then went back and some of that same with high life, man, journalists, you know, interesting. When we came out in the Smiths people were making these assumptions, I guess, because played the Rickenbacker. That's all of the story that I was really into the birds. Also buffet. There was a bit of a movement of people in Scotland, they were being cited by own think I only knew Mr.. Tambourine man turn to turn so thus interesting thing about being common it on. I kind of went, okay, but a check this out and what was useful to me. I kept him what was not useful. Elast best example is is that when this chairman monkey amount of quite a few reviewers mentioned king Sony day hours. I didn't have the skill in the knowledge to be to be fair. I wasn't not hip to be influenced by highlife. Let's hear that intro for second. That is crazy because even now I still better than it was influenced by highlife because it sounds tremendously like it completely accident. I think he's because I rish. Yeah, on the only Irish highlife musician. No, I think it's to do with eccentricity of of average music. That's like the the sort of the modes and of the sort of Celtic. Yeah. Yeah, I think to do with the accidental Celtic assimilation. Yeah. So it's sort of like a parallel evolution thing, like the same animal evolves on two different continents. That kind of thing, you know, crazy mental picture. They're like a leprechaun, south of South African leprechaun. That is wild. So you know, maybe vampire weekend rather than ripping off highlife action ripped off that one song. We don't know. Also, you know, again, this good example of is a fact then Sern I was playing the sound of my feelings and not moment, and quite often very exuberant, little dude. I know as I had reason to be zoo print, I was in a band. I absolutely adored with people. Absolutely adored. It went in a situation. I've been felt I was born four. It was always work for our never been work-sharing. And then you know, if you listen to some of that really exuberant music, that's in the Smith, listen to our go, God, his a so wonder didn't explode with joy, but that's the way I was feeling an odor apology. I was feeling because me and my band Emma Mace were making if a record in the studio and we were sounding Pritam good. I always almost like I, I don't know whether the guys the guys put it in these terms. I was like the walking human barometer of how the four was was feeling good and bad. I internalized. It all and Athuenis quite the says, quite a lot. Good things about the boundary because quite lov is very, very positive. So you're so album call. The comet definitely gets into some darker moods. There is a genuinely spooky song called walk into the sea. Let's hear that one. Just where did the, it really struck me the vibe. Well. The thing with a record was I was really led by my emotions and the whole of Alba..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Just from the very beginning of the Smith, it's clear that you heard guitar parts in their totality. You weren't. And I think that's also true of the way you learned guitar is you're less focused on one lead or one guitar part, but more about like China and cops, the same song. In fact, sometimes I think you were learning to play songs in ways that you were you were trying to play the whole song at once. I think that helped form your style. No, that's exactly right. Will was learning in as a little kid, tiny, eleven. I would listen to records by the hoople. Eero was forty fives because I was into hoax and succinct. A brilliant thing, a forty five with do, and these little symphonic three and a half minutes of symphonic pop music. But because I was listening to wanting to do all of that on the Qatar so appropriate. A of what I was hearing. I was very look on all our lives of by definition subjective. Puts very Lookie that being a little teeny Bopper you're starting. So young at nine, ten eleven and the times coincided with nine seventy nine seventy one seventy two seventy three Bookham as it became no music in the u. k. we kind of got almost all the best of the American store. So you know, we got sparks in the charts and there was all these great British bonds in those David Bowie and Roxy music and Allah, that's when I learned to play. I I learned play listening to all of those very eccentric records that were Bill on very radical guitars. You know if you listen to the early sparks records Deke star, Salat insane a lot. Those Bowie homes they were hit. They were in the charts. I would hear those those records before going school in the morning, that was what you would hear in the background and they all had outrageous guitar playing on it and I was listening to, but it also have string arrangements and the organ would come in in the second verse. And then some background vocals would come in on the second chorus. And then there would be a stop going into the coder and hours studying all the student, I absolutely became expert and a student rather of the way those records when together and is Bush for me that crossed with this absolute obsession with the guitar and flair for you know, knack for being a play, but look because I was such a little teeny Bopper obsessed with pob. It stopped me forget into into Led Zeppelin and deep purple and going down kind of blues thing. You said that you were really averse to anything with wizards in it and that kind of thing. These days of mellowed a little bit, and and I'm partial to a little bit of flu now and again, and the late sixties cop shows and stuff out. Oh, yeah, mainly just wrote Tolan an all of that business. It was just also very unsexy music. Yeah, and there's no girls involved in the audience and which wasn't a good sign familiar ever still is in, and I was never really into that larger thing. He was just to testosterone and boy, I showed never never, really a group really, really tight with sisters, only eleven months, my junior and she would never let me go away with wizards and organs. Of t. Rex is a really big deal for. Yeah, yeah. See Rex, who will the thing was it was eccentric as well. You know, it was a lot of fun. I this thing sometimes where I say pop music. I've to modify it somewhat in the last ten years. Two stunned that because pop as now well and truly come to mean something other than what I mean as being. But Sern pop to me at a law, feminine in it was very liberating in again, it's subjective into with times I was growing up with, but I, she think this thing I'm talking about, I think a lot of people in the night is concerned the same and maybe people go into the Smiths twelve info in fifteen. Well, we may be not. Maybe we were where that we were doing and we were very proud of making it kind of a drudge Innis an eccentric. You know, the star of she'll take above. For instance, his up breast Bank of little total to we wrote the as a single..

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Eighties and Bernard Sumner the senior lead singer of new order. And the three of them actually really Johnny. Marin Bernard Sumner, but did a couple of songs the former band called electron EQ. And that was a supergroup because of they were so popular from their in their own rights when they're other groups. And so the the song chose was getting away with it. All right. I am beyond lost early on. Hold on. Let me let me write some not. I feel like a knack Hala just just just explained CR Demy is one hundred twenty eight points of simultaneous contact supposed to your retreated position of the mandible win Bobo ball. Let Terry go docs is elevator muscles contract. Okay, so what's the name of the song? Let me write this down. I'm serious getting away with it by electron ick. She's so he was played solo Friday night and he's he did sing that song. I saw that you went to someone's concert that I had never heard of before, and I thought this is totally on brand for Lance because you are stoked out. If your mind before it. I literally thought it was a homeless guy. Seattle is like corner. I'm gonna be interested to hear this because you had me charmed of mainly just because I have a list of Milano love, and the rest of this was sort of a convoluted mess. Almost like you tried to explain all five seasons of the wire and under thirty seconds. So I'm gonna be tried to peel back the layers of the onion this try to see exactly what you're talking about, but this is getting away with it by electron ick. That's right. And there are supergroup formed of members of another supergroup fulltime like super group. They all form together to we'll their deadly sword. Johnny marr and Bernard Sumner make 'electronic. All right. I'm, I'm glad that part's over. So for Lance Timmerman, this is a very confused. Joshua Austin piece. King is just suit, get wet. Pool, sing. Two. Getting. See. That makes me it feels. What. Away. Good. I gave up falling in. I guess. Kid. So you know, and it's. K. through mud. So just suggest that. Try to that is less repress.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"Well andy's quest for true love was guided by wholesome nineteen fifties surf rock over in wisconsin a kid named sean was guided by something more bad ass but more on that in a second because i sean was in love i had known heidi for a little over a year and i pretty much was obsessed with her from the moment i saw it was in the lunchroom she walked in and time slowed i just thought oh my god she's so vehicle in the beginning it was a nice friendship but as i grew to like her more and more it starts to become slightly torturous because the conversations are fantastic and you want to expand to a relationship but i'm afraid to go for it at that point it was one of those things where i felt like if i waited too long and then if i go for it i may ruin what i have and so yeah it was push come to shove time i was only get one shot at this so how how do i let her now shawn's answer arrived in the form of the one thing with the power to enlighten amid west boy in the nineteen eighty s the power ballad the image in my mind was of me lip synching this song we never had a chance to love you i'm like oh my god that's that's my situation i've been waiting here and i haven't had a chance to love you that's my message clearly she would get the message like hey i have been waiting and you know hey let's make this relationship ago and just like that sean realized exactly what he had to do to win her heart make a music video i was gonna lip saying two white lions weight and the words you're going to do the heavy lifting i would give her the video and this threaten on the take in the front it would just say play me i just had to make this thing as cool as possible and given that it was the nineteen eighty s cool as possible involved the following five ingredients one gets them state of the art gear so you start to piece together your resources that you have i knew i could go to blockbuster gee we'd give this big bulky be adjust camera for sixty dollars for forty eight hours to hire a top notch crew i would get my friend ride one of my best runs to be the cameraman three where something bad as you know i'm like mtv cool in my mind i have my white pairs shoe pants my grandfather had passed and he had this long like like trenchcoat yeah and i love dad so i'm like boom for at a little hollywood magic i knew i could get the auditorium at our high school we knew how to turn on the lights and i knew i could get like a white spotlight for dramatic lighting and finally five come up with the most romantic visual that you can afford i had this plastic single rose that i bought at disneyworld onto require trip that you put a aa battery and and had a little light at the end and i'm like oh my god i'll be out in the snow wearing my transco at my puffy shirt i'm going to have this glowing rose which is going to be amazing over the course of three weekends and one hundred eighty bucks a blockbuster sean and his friend raj shot everything they needed to win heidi's heart.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"So when i was twenty one i finally introduced myself to a girl at a beach it was in ocean city maryland and her name was gloria she was from spain i was twenty one and that was the first time i ever introduced myself to a girl at a beach i passed her on the street and she looked right at me and the smile spread across her face that was so sincere and i just thought oh my gosh the whole world just went away for both of us but we walking directions i didn't think i'd ever see her again maryland's a big town we go down to the beach is right there with her friend i just went for it is went over and said i am andy he barely spoke english barely and i had been taking spanish everson seventh grade so i could communicate with her i thought this is finally happened i'd go visit her a lot of the weekends that's summer it was seven hours each way from pittsburgh ocean city and but i was still really slow in terms of making a move physically so i ended up i found myself it was her last night there she was heading back to spain the next day it was the end of the summer and i'd go to my car and i'm about to drive home and i'm like go pack their ask her if you can kiss her do something so i oakland orange at the door and i said and i was still chickening out i was like oh i just wanted to give you this qatar pick to remember me by and she's okay and i said well that and you know i wanna know if i could kiss you and she said i could not oh my gosh i couldn't believe it socked it hurt and thinking about the music of the beach boys when i met gloria always the backdrop it's always there i think it plays a part subconsciously in my whole life my wife and i met in pittsburgh and after we'd been dating for about two years we moved out to los angeles together i propose to her about ten months after we got here and then we got married shortly after an our song was only with you by the beach boys spam it was very special to have a beach boys song as my wedding song and i was acutely aware of how special she was the chee was totally into this and she loved the beach boys too and that i'd found a woman who was like yeah that's great that is our song we've been married fifteen years and we have two kids.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Classic nineteen eighty six album the queen is dead the smiths with there's a light that never goes out i'm speaking with former smiths guitars johnny marr i was interested to see that you still play the song in your life sets what is your relationship with the smith tracks now will for the longest time i mean years and years i didn't play any smithsonian i thought it was sucker son is the right word but it just didn't seem too young i had this things to do i didn't wanna be seen as like a proper being propped up by my legacy against so many years i didn't do it and it was one of words with them out to new zealand and played with neil finn of got great respect for he's a phenomenal songwriter and musician yeah he asked me to go out and play few kicks with him and he sits mel hey johnny soundcheck you only get up and play there is a light now we either didn't realize or he completely bluffed them with just you know drop your precious bullshit you know and and not moment felt kind of like yeah very precious no on a little bit of me or big power and it was like don't you know i don't do sounds what you in the internet will break in all of that all of that over the top stuff so we went out and played it and it was amazing the audience i realized that is very coney thing seibert just belong to to anyone who likes it when i do that so now i do almost feel come just kind of almost like a conductor just leading everybody else in this in the song really doesn't it's not really about me it's about fights his by everybody else he's memories and everyone else who's relationship with when you've done things about not a real privilege and he shouldn't be so up yourself about talking about morrissey he's been in the news numerous times in the recently in past years making comments what immigration race brexit they all feel incongruous with your new record i have to ask what your relationship with more see is these days we don't have a relationship and that's fine really make sense to me that we of anyone take an interest in why do knows anything about may wouldn't be surprised by the really with very very different people always been very different people i think everyone's allowed to say whatever they want but i don't agree with it and it's my prerogative to not agree with that and you know he doesn't want he says doesn't really very much today we might well that i don't really recognize as being pa my world it's only with some some other world i'm not involved in i understand why i would be questioned about it of course boats it's an obvious thing to say but i've been thirty years since i left the group and left it could reason never regretted leaving a the group split i think it was a real shame but i will say also that assad as well as you know the smiths were like rem or the rolling stones all you to we were never built to be together for years well let's get back to the present let's here another track from this new album called the comet this johnny marr with actor attractor actor attractor from my guest johnny mars new album call the comet johnny called the comet is an album that provides escape from the times we live in yet it also reflects on the times we live in right that's yeah doing both those things at the same time what is music's power in turbulent times that we are presently in music i think i need times for me i'm on my friends the likes of people i billy bragg but in going out there and playing trying to not be knocked fuel course by what's going on and still have relied dealers and you don't have to sing converts the idealism you just after eurowings just know whether you're you're on the same side right i think that's kind of as a pretty good job i think and post brexit and trump i thought what's my best response to this and it was actually simplest it sounds it was be really really good at what you do because then people can buy ticket body album to come out and see and you can go you know what at least a music scene isn't turning to shit good luck with all of johnny thank you thank you for

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Goes at is a song called hi hello off johnny mars latest album call the comet i don't wanna keep going back to the smiths but you can kind of hear them right there in that song right johnny stopped by the q studio to take you back to some of his early days back to when he and morrissey i met when the two leaders actually got along and to explain just a music can become this ideal escape joint tell me how brexit and donald trump's election inspired you to create the concept around this album will fully enough if a bit of power docs because the inspired me because i decided to try my best to avoid singing about it nicely an so in doing so those figures on the political scene did a little bit of faith 'cause i knew it was going to be making a new record and then brexit happened then you know trump's election happened and the actual out to go in the studio and with my trying to make a route record almost as announce it out to the made me think oh yeah okay brought music and being a musician is a pretty good escape as it was for me as a fifteen year old and then midway through making the record of hey maybe this record points together can be an escape for how about the idea of someone listen to my new record and just listening to a rock record remembering that rock music there's nothing wrong with it being on escape and rock music can do some things that some that's pretty useful in these book about that paradox there's a bit of a paradox in the process of creating this album to where you kind of shut yourself away at to create the salva but i had read that you were also a project acting news media onscreen so you weren't sort of shut right it was fox and bbn l l jazirah were on screen in front of you to remind you of the stuff you're shutting yourself away yeah well it was actually just a matter of kind of a little bit of sensory stimulation without often on a bit kind of a little bit beyond taking drugs for weeks on don't really think it is very productive but so yeah we we got these big projections the atmosphere a little bit tricky without actually having to resort to taking drugs nice anti anti the boundary little bit annoyed by two o'clock johnny something no no he's just keep watching jazirah on yeah yeah let's hear it other track from this new album this is johnny marr with a different gun.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And ryan is an exaggeration to say that people are pretty excited about this game tonight at comerica the certainly not an exaggeration at all lot of people are excited because of shohei ohtani may be an exaggeration of you say they're totally excited about the tigers they're really going to see a shohei ohtani because this is a modern day babe ruth the guy that can play bolton the field on the mound and do it all in tonight he will be pitching now early in the season brooke he's already thrown eight different times he's four and one in those starts he has an er a just above three a whip just above one and it'll be going up against mike fires tonight it's gained three before game set between detroit and the angels now the interesting thing here is of course weather pinch potentially move in and would they pitch him tomorrow and a possible double header because it's the only time the angels will be in town so as of now he is slated to pitch a lot of people downtown lot extra credentials have been requested as well team making a couple roster moves ahead of tonight's game they placed francisco ariana daniel stomp on the ten day disabled list larry i know out with a hamstring strain stumps sideline with all nerve irritation tigers have also recalled johnny marr ryan carpenter from triple a toledo you can catch all the action tonight over on ninety seven when the ticket first pitch is at seven ten now the stanley cup final resumes tonight from las vegas golden knights playing host of the capital's already leading one game to none will drop the puck just after eight lines were also back on the practice field today is that continued not as in allen park and offensive coordinator jim bob cooter says there will be some changes to the offense this season but he's not saying too much about it we're gonna try to get better think we've identified a couple as.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

Graham Norton

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

"Noor were still go and ask we'll be hearing from west wing saw stockard channing i said her name or did it stockard stockard channing greater of downton abbey sir julius fellows he'll be here musician johnny marr de star lee michelle and the singer she easton but first the writerdirector producer and legend mel brooks he was in town settlers about the latest data collection of his musical young frankenstein is this a revival of the broadway production or is it a whole new shebang none of your business however i like ukraine him i'll tell you i'll tell you think i i wouldn't tell anybody uh it was compass him it was big it was good there were many good things in it on broadway we played our house there was then called hilton it was like two massive shoe boxes at right angles there were literally close to three thousand people in the audience none of them could see the stage and and the act is kept complaining to me we can't hear them laugh i mean it was just it was really a mess but i love the show i really do and i got back into it and i wrote i just cut out transylvania the beginning i wrote a whole new opening and i found the sky hadley fraser he was he was actually sewerman doorway of enclosed shoe store with a dog and aqap and he was singing a lovely voice i said what's your name son is it hadley for his.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

Graham Norton

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

"Emma move house and asked the government to put you in witness protection programmes the nova's can't find you if you're getting more gifts on you very good advice there for practical cindy dopey so on grateful we all received gifts we don't like from time to time i've been maria spread just raise this one somewhere you won't see it each day like an espero are in the hallway that's what i said i'm sure you've given gifts to people who thought what the heck is this samantha do you have children grandchildren nieces nephews just find it ought any child say they brokered say you konta breakable in your home in the shape animals because they go for them would look at the end of it that's k i said break it but that's clever to get a child involved and explained that the cat is so adorable so irresistible that you cannot keep clumsy children away from them the smart smart we give to turn at christmas as you likes him so much no mike stop it and grow up and look out the window was very short is that what she got out the window some people some people out there a real and genuine problems if it really is worth barber to outside and give the money to charge you could use now and the double isi if we pick about thread then obviously grow graham as a feature shouldn't happen a toll obviously the people have real problems in the world and we rarely rarely go near them but that doesn't gates someone having a dilemma about an ugly paul that looks like a cat that's still a problem you know yes there are much worse things going on but that doesn't make that beshir he go yeah an.

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"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

Graham Norton

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"johnny marr" Discussed on Graham Norton

"Liz thousands on to get out staying dry and sorted out any belongs to misery take him someone who stay for ten years and toby regrets it think about you now by his while you got to take that advice mitch trust once broken is hard to regain is it him that isn't trustworthy or is it you that cannot trust either way tokyo counselor mitch he's lying to her so i think he's been gone out in these two belies or these him angela checking receipts what are you not saying unless you of prior reasons dived him in okha you're going after that go searcy do we all want minute by minute account of our partners time i born mind to death until you favour relaxed if somebody says i've just been to the shop to get that thing that's on the table and then you look see the receipt and new jersey will only less on less i've come forth earlier the could have been a power outage at the shop they never reset the till and in fact the date and time of wrong oh oh dear tunes to laze whose with you telling needed to leave her husband and own that i i feel may oh salzone ijaz husband we should have thought of their earlier at rebecca if you really gonna talk to him go stay with a friend family member while telling me not going back unless and until he's prepared to talk to you and listen to why you are so concerned it takes more than a couple of days to agree that you need talk you know it's time to go your separate ways there is a thing about a maybe to difficult kids if you abandon the family home isn't bad divorce settlement later sometimes i think there's something about not leaving the house.

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