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"kathy mccarty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Ten forecast Wednesday begins with an isolated shower or pre thunderstorm then we try out for the middle of the day hoping temperatures reach the low eighties with more humidity another round of showers or thunderstorm develops later on in the afternoon before drying up as we head into early Thursday with sunshine but still warm temperatures in the mid eighties I don T. intend meteorologist Kathy McCarty I newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM Iraq Afghanistan veterans of America and the ad council sh two slices you come into the house there's no news please visit our yeah taking in building fifty for any information call me breaking for windows three one four five whether they were protester or residents living nearby police attacked three three right for shop downtown the demonstrators forty six hello what Louis you're listening to ground zero there's nothing explains more of what's going on in that Billy Joel song pressure seriously listen to the lyrics and says you have no scars on your face and you don't know what it means to have pressure in your life.
"kathy mccarty" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"On MTV unplugged and really worked very hard to promote what he saw as his elders in the scene only people comparable to Kobe. Brian Jones of the rolling stones at Merle Haggard. He's obsessively saying hey. Have you heard about this guy? And and yet the people that are watching cobain and have learned about Nirvana on MTV a disconnect between that Daniel Johnston there's many adrift between the Lippincott but Tartikoff capitalizes on. This negotiates is what he says. Is You know the best deal ever with Elektra. Records but Atlantic records is also interested and then gets right to the edge and then Daniel fires them. What what's your take away from that. In the end no good deed goes unpunished. Well it was once again. Tragic and sad but there's also a lot of humor in the whole thing as well but That broke my heart. you know you. Let's touch on cobaine for a brief moment. You know. Let's give him a little credit for having incredible taste. You know in his diaries that have been published. He has lists and right there on that list of favorite artists which are pretty diverse. You know his Daniel Johnston and Jad fair of half Japanese. He also had jad fair and half Japanese opened the in Utero tour enough. You're aware of that which I attended so he was a real booster. You know. He loves fast-lane. Do you love the meat? Puppets he was you know he was. He was great at sharing his love. K records you know and be happening things like that. So that was great And it was a real boon for Daniel. Daniel of course doesn't even know von Chris Subpoenas. He was not well when that all went down. He was in the mental hospital. So that just tells you about his state of mind you know. He wasn't tuned to the radio. He didn't know what that new radio format even was you know wasn't about if he had access to music. It was one hundred percent Beatles. Beatles bootlegs you know Beatles Solo albums. That's what he was listening to you. I promise you that So anyway when that you know Antonio got fired obviously you know how to make the film at that point. But I still been tracking this story really closely for years. And it broke my heart and I'm a huge fan of Woody Allen Film Broadway Danny Rose and I just saw the house I was like. Oh my God you know Daniel who at that point? In Time Warner wait was very much like Nick Apollo Forte the after. Bro Jamie rose and then Tartikoff uncannily this little Jewish guy from Texas you know at the classes and and the Schmo Zola. He looks so much like woody and the character. Danny rose. And that's what happened. You Know Nick. Apollo Forte see the brighter shinier manager. Who could maybe make more opportunities for many fires gaining rose who loved him and loved his parakeet. Axons balloon folders more than anybody. I mean we all wish we had a manager like Broadway Danny rose and that's what tartikoff really was and I was very moved by that so I sorta filed in my brain for the future that someday I'll be able to make a scene. Make a riff on that and then Kathy McCarty join me on that and we made a fantastic scene. I love it. It breaks my heart And then we would he You know who's a big Fan of documentaries You know I got the phone call. One day I was actually at home. Depot phone rang and I've been waiting for permission because I didn't know what I would do. If I've seen got killed you know. And he gave permission and it was great so that it's like a minute of Daniel rose in the film cut to gang. Johnston story told one hundred percent. You know sincerely but with tongue in cheek by Kathy McCarty. She has a great sense of humor. I like to think I do too so we have a lot of fun with you. Know but it's it it. It was tragic Daniel thrown overboard. I'm assuming tartikoff report then do you feel like it. Was you know because Atlantic made a pretty good faith effort they got Paul leary of the butthole surfers to produce an album? I don't think you can blame Paul or Atlantic for any failings In I like phone. I think it's a really good record. If you like. Daniel Johnson definitely check it out. I don't think it's one of his absolute masterpieces. But it's definitely got some great songs on it and I think the production on it Is Excellent and very sympathetic. But you know like you point out in the movie sells fifty eight hundred records one of the sign records in the catalog. Do what made any difference that he'd been on the electrical with the deal that up? You know it was a long term deal and have always guarantees to protect or do you think that was just another day was just another indie artists who asserted shoot up and spat out by the big conglomerates in that period. Well listen it's all subjective but I do not like fun and been like identity. I don't like it now but I also believe it was created by at least Paul with the best of intentions. Daniel doesn't play any instruments on the ALP. They pull them in the musician's do we know that. Yeah I think Yeah Neil singing. Is You know all over the place on that record. All the songs great absolutely and I've always pointed people to distress cassette versions of those exact same songs. So if you are you can stream it. Now it's a lot easier if you listened to Frankenstein love you get better versions of all those great songs. And if you listen to live at South by South West. All both stress cassettes. You'll get the other batch of those songs. They all ended up on fun much much. Better superior versions of Daniel playing. And then even on Frankenstein love which I really at. A love is the Daniel Place to Texas shows. That was the extent of the tour. And the only you'll get to hear him playing Fender Rhodes piano and it's incredible when you talk about walking the cow for instance or hey joe when you hear it. Even outside of the court organ he's famous for and you hear it on Fender Rhodes. Wow that's really something so That's my two cents on fun But I guess you know you sort of touched upon this. It's like people at that time. Were like how? How DO WE CLEAN UP? Daniel Johnston and make employable the masses. I think that was the thinking behind some of the misguided in our people at Atlantic. You've buffet you know. They had the best of intentions on paper. It made sense but it didn't make sense to me personally because once again I want my art Brut to still be Bruce to say it And I still and I think now over time once again. We're seeing all these people now covering Dan when it's not just because of Wilco and Pearl Jam. They are going back to those original things and I think people have always been thirsty for something. They didn't even know they were thirsty. Four this authentic real emotional you know bloodletting or or you know talk like all. The incredible humor need wonderful comic. Turns OF PHRASE. Edina has known as long as I think. That's cutting through right now. People are finally discovering that there's something else out there and when they get it when you know maybe it's the Internet I don't know but it all sudden you know making them listen to this and making them show them these cafes covering Daniel Right now. They're just doing it until young people which is great and let's keep our final song. This is we've discussed already. Something's lasts a long time words by Jad. Fair music rewritten by Daniel Johnson. We'll hold Daniel Johnston's version and then we'll hear Lana del Rey's version which I didn't even know existed. My daughter. Enjoy listening to Lana del Rey. So I'm searching on Youtube for songs and I come across this and It immediately became her favorite. Lanta del Rey song and so that was a way I could introduce my five year old daughter Daniel Johnston so this is Daniel. Johnston I doing. Some things lasts a long time and inland Dell. Alright.
"kathy mccarty" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Vice big brother You know I made my way to Amarillo to see that show and it was deal and Daniel definitely yeah. That was my first exposure. Daniel Johnston and the thing about Austin as an awesome night. I can say this. It's a pretty parochial town and getting that validation from MTV really mean the chronicle had already adopted Daniel but but that really put the Cherry on top as far as the city adopting him and and there was. None of the Austin scene at the time was built around bands like the true believers without one hundred veto and Zeitgeist. That later became the reverse. Glass I with Kathy McCarthy and these bans that that thought they might have a chance at MTV and then they kind of the biggest band in town to the extent that they were here but they were from here was about whole surfers. Who were sort of pariahs to the chronicle because it was clear they were never going to be accepted on. Mtv although ironically they ultimately did but but so daniels canonise is something that I've always found fascinating you know like reading discussions. I was reading an IRA robbins of trouser. Press reviews of Daniel's work prepare for the show. And you know there's a little bit of hand wringing about Oh you know is mental health and is this. Is this right to you. Know had qualms questions about this line ization of Daniel Johnson. Somebody who's obviously struggling with mental illness and to me you know that's sort of a recurring theme on the show. Talk about so many casualties who share their musical gifts with the world and then paid us. Enormous price and and Daniel did pay a higher price in a lot of people in his his mental faculties. Were more extreme than a lot of other artists. But I don't really see. Daniel is different than other artists. You know I mean he's obviously a powerful songwriter and like you say a gifted pianist and then his visual art only improved over the decades. And so now he's to me. Don Van vliet Captain Before. It's the only other rock artists. I know of WHO's had a successful art career is Daniel Johnson. Maybe John Lennon sketches. But then he's John Lennon so and so I'm just fascinated daniel sort of this multi-talented figure and yet and a lot of ways he's not functional enough to Ha- to be seen as a careerist and so I don't know I just find that team fascinating to do struggle with that at all that you feel like am I harming Daniel by bringing more attention to more. How much do you feel like you had to protect Daniel? Oh I mean not at all. I didn't think about it from moment. Daniel you know as I came to know because I was privy to. You know an insane amount of audio. Diaries and written diaries and things like that. And also you know became friends with Jeff. Tarnow Danny was the puppet master of his own career. He was very much driven like Gillen leads driven when he invaded Greenwich village in the sixties and hit the folk scene. There was a lot of talented artists. I mean we can replace you know the rivers or Zeitgeist or Kathy McCarty or any of those bands with Dave in rock or other folk artists in the village. But you know just like Gillan was better so as Daniel. You know And he was not shy about a he. He was not that artist hiding in the garage. You know painting crying songs and asking people hey you know. What do you think He knew he was great. He had the goods. He was prolific. He had this incredible body of work and then he was driven to come up with a unique way. You know outside of mainstream culture forget the MTV moment. 'cause I was just a great moment. But he really came up with his own Version of disseminating his art and getting it out into the world and it was very unique. So what did he do? We take cassettes. And he worked at McDonalds and put them you know usually a hip musician in town or cute girl and he would put that in your hamburger. French fries sack next thing. You know you gotta tape handmade tape. It's like getting a little little love letter and you pop it in and I fell my God. That's good that so that really worked. That's spread real fast. In according to people he would stand on the drag and handed out almost like a guy with a sandwich board so he did that. And then the same thing with the art you know this guy put out thousands of pieces of art and got them all the people around the world who had this art over the years and how do they get it. Well you know he would trade them Though the comic bookstore people come in and buy them and he was already a little mythical character and people picked up the real cheap. And it's got out there and spread. You didn't wait for the galleries to show up for the museum. He just put it out there. So that was Kinda brilliant and He knew how to promote you know. He would make a great handmade posters about shows and promote those kind of things and then of course you know. Wmu In hoboken. I give more credit to for really breaking Daniel on more of a national level Yeah no doubt. He conquered Austin but that body of work he did really was before he got Austin. It really was recorded in west. Virginia you know he made he made a name Austin and then. Fm YOU IN hoboken New Jersey New York broke it wide and gain. You'll didn't credible promos for that. He did a one hour radio broadcast that you know I've called it. You know the equal if not better than Orson. Welles is a war of the worlds. It's incredible and really a radio drama. Dvd I highly recommend anybody. Who hasn't what's all the bonus tracks on DVD to do it it's it's incredible radio and Wfan new blog the whole hours up and boy. What an entertaining. How radio 'CAUSE DANIELS DOING He's doing this persona that. I call Mister Showbiz you know. You really get him in overdrive promoting his own career and he's doing multiple voices and characters and overdubbed on his cassettes. And it's really something so anyway for anyone listening to this I recommend to go to the FM you blog and check it out so highly. And I want to jump in and get a play a song snippets. Who can hear some Daniel on? We're going to hear I Dan is primarily a songwriter. He's a great performer. But his songs also have this transfer ability and make great cover version. So we're GONNA do pairings where we do Danes original cover of it and this This one I one is rocket ship by Daniel Johnson. And then we'll hear Kathy McCarty version.
"kathy mccarty" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"All those things recycling are really important to our whole family and he will go you go buy the product in like a glass jar and you take them back to we oh well. The brand actually started that is down in Denver. There's two of them. I think so yeah cool yeah. She came out of the telecommunication space. She was an executive and the Haitian space. We started those those two <hes> stores in Denver and somebody right. It's it's it's like get rid of the plastic user containers over and over again. I think it's it's bad I loved that Yeah Yeah. I mean exactly like it. Doesn't it could be a business. It can be patronizing those businesses it can be just donating on a regular basis to <hes> the charitable causes or candidates or whatever that you want to see I mean I suppose to just to a little soapbox moment but. It being in office now and seeing how it is to run and how how it all plays out so more complicated than I realized <hes> and I think if I would've known this earlier I would have been more supportive of candidates and and <hes> we knocked doors from probably the last couple of cycles <hes> election cycles we campus and things but I think that'd be even more involved because what people don't realize that when candidates <hes> go out on a limb to do something that's controversial or you know people are demanding it and want it and we're like we're GonNa do this but then we do it and then maybe there's a lot of backlash with them. The really loud people that have a lot of money that WANNA see fail and want to replace you with the Republican resemble then they <hes> they really throw everything at it and then if the people that wanted you to do those things don't show up Ben and don't contribute and don't use their voices to write your office come visit come testify on committees <hes> <hes> contributor campaign knock on doors for you then you get ousted and then all the good thing go away I mean and that can play on both sides though too. I'm not trying to be totally partisan about it. You know if you really believe something and you really. We have core values about something that honestly that's one of the best ways to ensure. If you have a candidate that you trust and that you believe will will do the same for you. We we need the support. We need support from the community to <hes> continue doing. I'm doing good things that we think are GonNa make Colorado a lot better. That's awesome and is there any anything else that an average person can do to help affect legislation in those are good examples or anything else while so calling in writing the offices always is always good. Although you know sometimes we do we we track of everything that comes but sometimes the mass emails are tough. <hes> I pay any personal outreach makes them more of a not negate because we really you truck all of it but any personal outreach like if a constituent sends me a personal note that I know that you know wasn't generated as part of a campaign or something then I try. I mean if I intercept those sometime during session. It's really hard to get thousands of you know but if I see them in and I'll try to respond personally <hes> and it does stand out people one guy. He's a Republican. He's a constituent. He came to me now at the Capitol for my sound hall he's very he's very nice. Miami's very determined yet some real specific opinions about the Family Leave Act as a small business owner and his personal outreach and his respect even though we disagree his respect and the way he approached me in talked about it and his advocacy really stand out to me that really mattered like I will listen to him. I'm we we might not always agree but I and I will try to refund to him and try to include him and try to have his viewpoint be heard so those kinds of things you could testify on a bill. It's super easy to track <hes> those online the legislative website or non blanking out on it. I'll look it up but it's really easy to track bills that are important to you and you come in and testify so that's one way got to do it. So all those things really people come through the lobbyists at the Capitol you can come in and talk so there was a day that I went with the women's foundation this year to the lobby and it was such an it was so much fun first of all because I had never done that so I got to sit through some sessions throughout the day we sat in the Senate in the group that I was in there was a group that was on the side as well more boring than we are. We're more fun at no. I mean I was totally fascinated because it's the watch how it all unfolds and I think you know as as an average citizen just showing up an experience you see it through a the land suddenly <hes> it was I really enjoyed the dais. I think that's a great way to do it as well and I was just thinking about it but one of my clients that I've introduced you to Kathy McCarty just recently and she's starting an organization called the Meth Toxins Awareness Alliance and after a story that happened to her home here in Evergreen where her house was rented out and <hes> somebody the renter started cooking meth in the house and it was a log cabin house is going. I have two tornado it's into she wants to be driven right now to drive change on how people can want number one cast for us to make sure that testing is made done because she could have totally <unk> at that point just re rented the House and put people in the house and put their lives in danger because there's no legislation around that and you know so she's she's had this personal experience that she really wants to advocate. It changed around how toxins are being handled once they are discovered in homes and <hes> how how that most forward so <hes> anyway. I think that will be an interesting conversation. I don't I don't think you guys have had the opportunities talk doc young no. I think we're GONNA write burden to collect to shore yeah. I it's those kinds of things that you know. Every single person has the ability. If there's a story at there's something that needs to shut up he start reaching out into your representatives to have conversations with them and I think that's amazing. Were there for you. I mean the actually I mean and and I say that with the caveat that you know sometimes during session and takes a while to get back seventy personally layer her so we're on believably busy exactly I that is I'm very mindful of that. That is bad is why I'm here. One hundred percent and I love uncle Jimmy toxic constituents and I also I wanna say <hes> really this occurred to me. Were talking or you're talking about. Kathy and this is so true people like about our heroes to me like that is people that advocate or something because of a bad experience safe had and they want to change it and make it better for the next person that's that's the greatest form of <hes> giving back right and growing me making your own personal. I mean that's when I think it was she. She is a client and it's like that's some of my most exciting work. It's that I get to do is work with Graham. We want to make a difference and help them raise their voice up and helping create what it is that they want to do in the world so it's to me. That's really Super Fun. I am gone that and you just like it said testifying on ETA. Committee hearing those stories are so moving sometimes you can't and they really can change the conversation and move the needle so all those voices raised together make a difference. That's cool. That's cool. So what would you tell someone today. Lisa who is sitting here listening and they're thinking I could run for office. I would say new shirt can again you can and one thing I will always remember uh-huh and I remember this throughout my journey <hes> one of my ministers at my church Said told the three a long time ago about fear and about how he was <hes> he was he had adopted children are central to their data. They married their mom and he talked about them a lot and two young boys and when they were kind of young so and we sort of Newish to the family they went to the Pacific northwest and they were they were <hes> walking across log in a ravine. You know like I got them. Kinda painted the picture there. Maybe fifty feet down. I mean it was like a pretty drop and he was terrified and I remember his sermon. He was so good with visual with storytelling and Basil's because it really stuck with me that that his whole point was that <hes> you know of course we didn't WANNA look silly in front of these boys we want him and it's just one step in that time. Every journey through fear is just one step at a time. He didn't have to worry about getting the end about law he had to worry about next step and I think that would really I keep in my heart is slow and say you and the other thing I think is once you commit yourself like commit like say you're GonNa do it and and and take that first step than all the other things that other stuff to come clear right they just it just sort of unfold and so it's just a matter of taking that first step and then the next one and then the next one and <music> anybody into a find a mentor. I will mentor people I would. I one of my actually a good friend of mine. <hes> you know <hes> representative Michael J. Dr Michael J. Absolutely pretty active I you you might she's been speakers at my events so I love her. I wondered Oh my she's an amazing speaker amazing. You Never WanNa go out to Dr but she <hes> she we knew each other before speaking being coaching she'd been in a business partner and she we we became friends. We just hit it off right away and she helped mention me to the degree that she could shoot going through so much and going through reelection and everything when I was running and she was there to listen and to encourage me and you know hop on the phone and <hes> and then it actually then when we got when I when I was she c we realized that she got to be my former mentor because they care you someone and <hes> very cool down and so she she's my actual mentor now but she but she's amazing and I'm I'm GonNa meet with somebody in the next week or two <hes> a friend of hers. It's renting so you know we all help each other. We all have to look each other a find a mentor her <hes> and you can do it and you know what I honestly think that every failure it and you can't even be afraid of failing I mean I'm sure it would have been devastated by law but I would have duct to myself up and does something else or run again or whatever right Oh you learn you just you just evolve and you keep growing through it and there's some foreign groups that are out there now as well that really helped <unk> women candidates that are wanting to really step into off our back terribly remit the may not. How can I not think of back yeah absolutely there are several of them did emerge and <hes> I love emerge? It was an amazing program. I think yes often did emerge as well several of us in the legislature <hes> are graduates emerge and he's been amazing amusing program a lot of networking activity and <hes> really intense training animals came out and supported me with stuff through our connections with the merge 'cause they they presented emerge. There's vote run lead for there's a there's a few of them for sure the great I loved it. They really did help. It really helped prepare you cool and tell us where people can learn more.