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"julius scott" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"I think it tells a bit of a story right that you kind of that. I think makes sense of washed on in three. Think the thing that. I have taken away from season to attend. Lasso is like for me. I think it is living up to what it says Because that is such a hard thing to do to live up to the success that you've given Because it has still all of these little elements that ever. I laugh out loud multiple times during every episode from me. And i always come away with a moment from the episode and this is a thing that was remained consistent for me is there is always something in it which makes me ask. The question makes me exclaim. I can't believe this show is made like there is a thing that hits me that way. You know And it can be a small thing or it can be a big thing if somebody says something the so truly meaningful real in a way that i just wouldn't expect them. I'm still very very much enjoying quick recommendation actual regardless jamaica dune. I wanted to give that a shot. Actually that's odd apple. Tv plus as well as young is really good it surprisingly good. It's weird and fun A narrow seen in this lost episode which is absolutely unbelievable. so it's a musical. And there's like a one shot they do wherein unexpected character does an unexpected style of music I don't wanna spoil it. Yes please don't and it is truly astounding especially so i've been doing. Some randomness is a musical with a bunch of people that you may or may not know from tv and communism pretty much all of the The songs are being recorded. Life in the reflexive. The singing them right. It's not that They sing them in a recording booth and then they do that too and if there's parts that they want to change they kind of like mix and match it but most of the musical performances in the show off being recorded live. Does that make sense in the same way that you were code. Dial gave a microphone. But this is typically not how. It's done in tv movies because you want to get the perfect music performance and then you might But that's not what they're doing that are actually performing songs that shot for sure. Moving along So football is life in actually podcast. Football's life is worth listening to. Because i've made it a couple of appearance on that. I believe you have made a couple of appearances already right. Oh you had okay. I did the Ted lasso season what i was thinking of. Yes okay. so football's life also podcast. Love is blind is a truly awful but delicious television show if you just watched him for the first time oh no no. no there's three the new episodes. We haven't seen these yet so no no no spoilers. This was one of the pandemic shows. It's true this the circle and of course this tiger is yes. King seems like seven thousand years ago right absolutely does love is blind to be completely clear it is straight garbage it is straight straight garbage but it is delicious carpets. Looking is so bad and so wonderful it says trashy is this kind of television can be in like the hook is just good enough. You know people are gonna get engaged having never seen each other like you know stupid. But it's so why bring it back up because as mentioned moments ago there are three new like What do they call it after the altar. Three nieces on. I'm i'm on it. I could not resist. We watched the soon as we possibly could. Three new episodes like they're fine. Obviously they're trying to like milk. This cow that's mostly run dry. But it's they're worth watching. It brought back a lot of fun memory. Like this was the kind of fun part of the of the pandemic and quarantine when we all thought it was only gonna last couple of weeks maybe a month or two and we were all just goofing off and watching san antonio crossing the not love violent. It's love is blindness. It yep so So you love is blind specifically after the altar. But the whole thing. It's on netflix again. To set your expectations as low as you possibly can and then perhaps bring them down some more but it is it is worth a watch and then finally a band that i thought disappeared actually spoke about this. Atp abandoned disappeared a days of the new. Which is like acoustic rock. Which is a very odd sound in a very weird band. But i really like them. I'm it's really basically. Just one guy travis. Meeks was had like really truly terrible drug problems on an office entire life will they they slash. He had recorded in years and all of a sudden out of nowhere. A new album dropped and I've listened to it through a couple of times and with the exception of one song. I think it's very very good. And the album is called. Illusion is now so days of the new illusion is now if you like Kind of acoustic angry but yet soft. Rock music It's it's very good while we're making recommendations casey. Yes can you tell us about another show here on real anthem like contract. Yes did you know. There's a show called make do Which is a very like neutral ish kind of like passive title but it is far passive. Make do if you if you like analog. Then there's a pretty good chance of like make do off to monetize your hobbies But if you want to do is there to be your cheerleaders. You can listen as you do. Your hobbies with two pharmacists and julius scotts. And you can do that at relay dot fm slash make do or you can search for make wherever you get your podcasts. Perhaps on overcast which is done by tips husband so check out make do it is worth your time you should you should have. I was gonna say take a look really should have a listen. Listen before we go today. it's august. Now next episode will be in september Yes we do something in september. Yes reasons like this is like you'll pre one inc right. Warm your wallets up. It's very time indeed rom in very soon and i just mentioned this because we're only going to have one mention of the fundraising campaign in september right And everything that goes along with it because we do show monthly now It's just so happened lined up that the campaign has not begun yet So i just wanted to mention it to everyone to have this in mind to get ready To give money to saint george which we're going to be doing again very very soon. Yeah i wanna actually build on that. I don't wanna make it a brief mention. I think we should expand just a little bit. A saint jude is is organization. That when it's not starting yet we do. I'm serious. i'm being serious. Don't thing yet it yet. it doesn't happen yet. i'm just merely mentioning thing that exists. We can't waste. Don't waste time talking all the whole thing. Watch whole thing one you know so i don't i don't wanna you don't blow it yet right away. Just i'm just letting people know that the only gonna hear about it from us probably once make him. You gotta make it count. Bear in mind is coming all right as tony says. Don't throw away your shot. Kc shot one opportunity. Mom spaghetti. can you believe he said that. I cannot..
"julius scott" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"I could see Simon Quarterman I and when he did laugh, I went OK. I got this talk about a testament. You don't think about 13 million other people that are watching at home Because it's not. It's irrelevant. They don't exist when you're on when you're in that moment. Sure. On the other hand, you have someone in the moment who could be rather intimidating to put it mildly. Yeah. Yeah, but I knew that how you know, I knew that I had enough confidence in my abilities, a colleague to know that how how we would get what I was doing, and I knew that it If nobody else on that panel like me how we would, you know, jumped to my defense What She did, But Simon, when I saw him left, you could see it was genuine. You know, I just put my foot to the gas and just didn't look back because I knew it was. It was a done deal. It's gonna It's gonna be. It's gonna be okay. Julius Health becomes an issue toward the end of the time filming, and there's a hospital room recovery scene in the film. Yeah. Talk about not funny and vulnerability. Susan, would you tell us what determined your choice to include that part of Julius Story? First, you know, it's It was so incredibly courageous of Julia to allow the camera into her life at that moment, and I'm very grateful for that. And I think what we see in the ark of the storytelling is someone with Julie was, I think, two weeks away at that point from taping Showtime comedy special this was You know, the timing on that event was Unbelievably shocking for her and what we see in her story and in her life and in her example is extraordinary resilience, and that's That's why that sequence is important, and that's why the movement of the story around her recovery and The choices that she's making to live such a healthy life. And this is a person this is a woman with great strength and great will and bionic determination. Right? So, you know Mm hmm. He keeps on keeping on and keeps us very connected to what matters in life. Of course you mind your life threatening illness for comedy material to it. When You talk about your quadruple bypass and say your arteries were clogged with pastry and cheeseburgers been a great emanations, Susan. You could if they had a wonderful little Carter truly an event. I'm so glad you're recovered. Your health has recovered. And now that you are well again, Chili, what's next? Wow. Well, I'm working now on putting together material for new album that recording November the sixth of this year, if all goes well. S so there's that I wrote a play. Yeah, Yeah. Beautiful play. We're open to get that maybe produce. Wow. Will you act in it? No, no, no, no, no, no, I'm too close too close to its first of all, and Tool for for the parts anyway. Do you have anyone in mind who you'd love to see? Perform you the characters, actually, not me. Oh, there there. Based on people I know they're composite character. So Now you do have me intrigued. I thought it was exquisite when you said If it's your truth, it's gonna be hard to talk about Julius Scotty. Thank you for talking about your truth so beautifully and so hilariously. I lived by the words of Charlie Chaplin, who said to truly laugh. You must be able to take your pain and play with it. And that's what I've tried to do. Susan Sandler's new documentary Julius Scott, he funny that way..
"julius scott" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"They all have fun names. But you've got to give them a little description that one, I am on with Julius Scott. And we talk about the joys and exiled. He's about creating and making things and it's not really a podcast about teaching you how to make stuff. It's more us, we call it test talking our way through our feelings about how we feel about making things and what that means and what it's like to be a compulsive creator like the two of us are, and then playing for fun which is my favorite of your catalog. It's were you and Mike talk about video games that you like, you know, there's so many people making podcasts out there about gaming, but you guys just find stuff you love and talk about it, and it's very infectious. Yeah, we try and say, really positive on that one, and it's, it's really fun because we also got into twitch streaming because of the gaming. So we're like if we're going to be playing the games, we might as well be doing it with an audience anyway. So it kind of turned into this big thing that was a once a month fogcast, and now it feels like it takes over way, more time than that. We're going to talk about live streaming or twit streaming. Because I think that's kind of interesting from a technical standpoint as well. And then also somehow I manage. Yes, that one is just that's like that's like the icing on the cake podcast. It's, it's, it's sweet and it's easy, and it is a rewatch show of the office because I am a giant office fan and I co host that with Mike Assange, now have you watched the? British one as well. Or just that was my gateway was was the British one and then moved onto the American one, which I will say is way better to say. I don't care come at me caused controversy in the us. I agree too. I agree..
"julius scott" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"julius scott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I was making forty two cents an hour. That's. That's amazing. We're trying to meet girls learning about life and bonding over our shared tastes in music. Skip was a kind of mentor of mine and skip had the guitar. I knew some of the songs, and suddenly we were having some very interesting singing bouts out there on the sand. Remember, those they skip. I remember him. Well, I do how you doing. I'm doing. I alive. Yeah. I've I've got a I'm about a a plus. Okay. I've never said that in my life. Very good. But I just have very surprising. What other people think they know about you? And all of a sudden, you find out that people knew about your work in Japan or Russia, or whatever. Which you never would think about I would never think about that. She's a whiz and yet painted bus yet of all the things for them to to put so much energy in thinking about it happens to be a bus that was painted, which is amazing to me. I once got a royalty. Check from a song. I put on an album back. Many many many many years ago. And it was a royalty from an asset. Check for airplay in the Balkan countries. It was like seventy five dollars. That's my story of of being known in the Balkan country says a songwriter. Well, that's better than four cents forty two cents an hour. I went out and bought a pair of cowboy boots. So. The seventy five dollars for each boot. Or what it was this is a good while ago. This is probably in the early seventies. So seventy five dollars. Pay for pair boots days. You know, I used to have a Kombi VW Kombi. Really? I did. It was an all stripped down on when we had the leather shop in Gatlinburg we used to use it for that for the business. But after I went back out on my own that was all I had took the Kombi with me. So there is a great little car. I had an eight track track. Yeah. You were rich Jesus. Because just being able to listen to other different songs while you're not depending upon what you're forced to listen to the radio. Only AM. That's right. On the road for many years. And all we had was a dial radio for AM, AM radio going across Pennsylvania turnpike all night. Not much. You are a songwriter. A philosopher? Yeah. Yes. Yes. You who loves living in the south and at home with nature nature's huge for you. Isn't the I never thought about it when I was younger. But when I when I first went to the great smoky mountains, I discovered is like I was I was shot. I could feel you know. It was it was really nice. In fact, that song my Tennessee of lift a lot of different places and been gone from actual home for sixteen years now, I guess almost sixty I never really felt I don't feel at home anywhere. I don't know what that feeling is anymore, except if somebody asked me where I was from. I'd always tell him, Tennessee. Really like each Tennessee law east, Tennessee. Yeah, it's really close to the bone there. I like that. Is there any different from the east and the west, Tennessee? If you look at it on a map, it it's about four hundred miles wide, maybe more five hundred fifty miles wide and the farther west, you go the more the land changes in the more, the cultural influences change, and you get out to Memphis in its own Mississippi. Then you go all the way to east, Tennessee. And it's like, you know, mountains and Irish Irishman and all that sort of thing. And in the middle part is this country music's. But do you still play music live? I really don't. I just got to. Playing guitar thing was a friend of mine here in Tuscaloosa, and we used to play a bit maybe for a year year and a half. The one that just got up on stage. And I thought. I'm too old for this. I don't have a lot of fun with it anymore. So hung it up all these projects and. I like to write electoral personal like to arrange it play it and sing it and do all this sort of thing. And then just go on to the next therapy for. Well, it's like my it's like doing a painting. Yes. Working on that piece of work your focus on that. And thank you never think about who's going to like it or not who gives a damn about that you just got into it. You know? That's that's a long way down the road. The great thing is you you. What I do. I'm able to focus on each aspect of it. And it really takes me away. And that's what I really liked us wanna get hooked on just kind of going into the room. We're all there is what I'm doing. And there's no other world around there. So what about hey, what about your daughter? She's still performing or Taylor. Yes. She does she lives in east, Tennessee, still and in pigeon. Forge and we went to Ireland and Scotland together last year with my wife and my two kids. Wow. And just had a great time eastern coast east or west coast of Ireland well kind both want to Scotland I my two youngest hiked the west Highland way. It's one hundred mile or and they took about five days to do that. And we met him there. And then back down to Glasgow and flew over to Dublin we were all over the place. I went to see where my relatives. Or the ancestors are from we were in Galway for a day and. And we're in the southwest part down toward where Luke Skywalker is on that island. What's it called? This little pinpoints off the Irish coast or they shot that part of Star Wars down there for three or four days down near Killarney. And are are surprised to like Scotland as much why why do you like Scotland, I don't know? Maybe had a previous life there. Well, the Scots Irish Scots Irishman wizard Julius Scott from air shirt. Maybe a little of that in there. He was my great great great grandfather came over one hundred sixty eight years ago. And he was from the northern part of what is now Ireland, but only about ten miles from the border with Northern Ireland and family name was Cunningham and that Scottish so love Scotland who is absolutely beautiful just a wonderful place where you live. Everyone to go. It's just great. But you like mountains a lot. I do. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, wait. Do you have any physical issues related to play music, all your life? I don't know. Whether you remember back when we were playing back there in the stone age. I had a big old twelve string guitar. Yeah. And it was it was a handmade guitar by men named whole Sophal who made violins in Baltimore. And I bought Klay auto album over the time that I was playing a lot for ten years. I played nothing but a twelve string guitar. And Charleston pulls rutta Hanford town of attention in what it does. And all that Cording and everything's my left candidates candidates. Giving me some. When you came on. It was particularly aggravated in my left hand, and I call it the curse of the twelve string. Yeah. You know? You're you slow up physically. That's one thing. I'm aware of making music is that I have to really work on my skills because of the. Enhances it it's not. It's not serious is a thing that you have to. Yeah. It's all guitar related. I don't hurt much any place in my body with my hands are just as hard to play the banjo because you were playing the banjo and never played it after Astor. After a while when I got into the blue dogs seller in Australia. We're killing underplayed banjo anymore. I guess. Yeah. I know I know how plug on and things. Never never stuck with that. Well, I have had a little bit of problems with my hands as well. And it's really showed up in the last when I had to recreate this bus. Yeah. Because we hear under a deadline and deadlines deadline that we could not change, and it had to have, you know, had to come off in such a way that I had to actually literally teach the other five artists they had to go to school. I had a school with them in which there is about one hundred and fifty books. They had to read and learn studied languages, dealing with sanskrit, and Hebrew, and Lantis, and etc. So for the first couple of weeks the first couple of weeks they were like back in school. And it's it's really hard for many artists. Don't unfortunately read at all, which is too bad. It really is. Because all the biographies. They could read other artists when you start reading those biographies of of Picasso or whoever then you really get in to see the kind of things they had to do to keep their life going that kind of thing. So it's about, you know, some people are like, you know, we have this kind of creative streak in. I don't really get into much of anything else. Then when we do we don't really do it all that. Well, because we're trying to get back to paint or play music or rider do. Well, how how is aging affected your creativity? Actually, I'm kind of surprised relaxed into it as much as I have old enough to trust myself pretty much. Like you were saying, I don't I'm not interested in writing hits. I'm really kind of focused on how words can communicate universal feeling. My universal feeling to universal feeling as a result of some experience with one hundred shared, and I feel more creative than I ever was. A more relaxed writing. Words rookie stuffing got into haiku. And when I when we were in Ireland the car lot. Work on work on haiku poetry. I'd I'd like to get that. I'm working on a website should be up in a month or two, and I might put some of this high coups in the music and all that. Do you wanna give us one haiku? Oh. Tell you. What about ready to come upon a break? Okay. I'll leave behind you can dig.