17 Burst results for "Kevin shields"

"kevin shields" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on Movie Crush

"It's pretty big potshot. I know, you know, also when she's doing the press conference about her fake action movie night velocity. It's an action movie with Keanu Reeves is that what she says. She's yeah. She said I love working with. That's right. If you watched the closing credits of the movie in the special things Kiana gets a special really just like that little joke. Yeah. I'm sure she probably Coppola probably like set Hayes it. Okay. If I mentioned you and he's showing he's supposedly really cool guy. Actually, I have heard that I had a friend that worked with him. And he said it was actually kind of sad because how hard he was on himself on set with his acting. Really? Yeah. He was like kind of beaten himself up or how good of a job. He was doing. Yeah. But it just very great guy with cast and crew like super generous, and despite accounts of great, dude, I makes me happy to hear about that. Another one of my favorite shots is on their long night out when she has the pink wig and just puts her head. She smoking cigarette and puts her head on his shoulder. And then my bloody Valentine kicks in such a great music you and they're in the cab again. Yeah. Going through the fluorescent streets. So gorgeous. Well, yeah. So my bloody Valentine one of my favorite bands. Yeah. And Kevin shields of my bloody Valentine did a few songs for the movie. And then that my bloody Valentine Samis in there as well. But pretty awesome to be able to get Kevin shields to some of the music for your movie will her soundtracks are. Always great music is just you know, music user, also is probably my favorite soundtrack of hers. Yeah. For sure yeah. For sure. The other favorite shot is the the Gulf seen so gorgeous. So every time I watched that scene. I'm like that has to be like some fake screen of Mount Fuji about it looks. So it's so perfect that it looks fake. It looks like a like a top Gulf thing where they digitally project thing. You're playing Mount Fuji. It's a great shot. And obviously Bill Murray in real life is an avid golfer. Yeah. I think he might have this might not be true. But he might have said like, please let me do some golfing in the movie really could see that. I could see that. Yeah. And so he does that. And then you see him in his hotel room at one point just putting like a Cup. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And the those like again, it's another scene that doesn't really advance anything. But it just evokes a feeling again out in this. Great wide open place all by himself. He's not playing golf with three other people like usually do. Yeah. See nothing but him in this quiet nature around him. Yes. Really lovely. We'll maybe let's talk some more about the bed room scene. So it's it's well first of all they're big night out is great. And that felt like a the paint gun thing. Yeah. Dealt felt something that had happened before. Because that would be a weird thing to make up and right? Very oddly specific. Yeah. You know way like she wasn't. Like oh. And then these guys come in with paint guns and start shooting and they run down the street. And I I don't quite understand. If that's was that in the script. No way. I think it is. Actually, I want to say it is it's like some kind of like fluorescent BB gun or something..

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"kevin shields" Discussed on Lean Ripped And Healthy Radio

Lean Ripped And Healthy Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on Lean Ripped And Healthy Radio

"FOX. Okay. I probably do that too. Kevin working, we'll find out more about you more about your coaching and specifically you were a lot of guys or people who in this situation. So what would be the best place to find you in case they have listened to the other episodes? For sure. So you can find me on all socials at Facebook and Instagram. Kevin shields fitness, and that's shields s. h. i. e. l. d. s. and then Twitter at Kevin shields fit and then Kevin shields, fitness dot com. I actually just put out a couple of different articles on hypertension. So if you have questions on hypertension, I've free hypertension. It's called my hypertension handbook, and it's seven workouts put together cemetery workouts under forty, five minutes that will naturally help lower blood pressure. So if you go to my blog and you look at, you know, search hypertension, the, it'll be sure to pop up. So that's a good place. Good place to start Kevin, shields, fitness dot com. And then check out some of the block goes. It Kennedy if you could semi the the hypertension handbook, I can put in show notes or just the link to it is linked to it, and everyone who's on the lean written healthy radio Email lists, which dot com inside of their or text the number at the Pierre up ended the episode to to jump on that list will will get a copy of that are linked to the find that hypertension handbook. Awesome. All right. I appreciate it brother and they are welcome stick around guys for the next episode next installment of this series, and we'll catch a later by. Hey, there. It's Lewis again. Thanks so much for taking the time to to this episode. I really hope you came away with something valuable that you can use it apply to your life today. Not tomorrow not next week to frigging date. What I want to say that if you had any other questions or better yet your single most important question that you would like me to answer you think I could help you with? I would love you to Email me at Louis l. u. s. at the ABC guy dot com, that's Louis l. u. IS at the AP gai dot com. Emailed me with your single most important question, and I will get back to you as soon as possible and with any kind of information that I can provide help you. I've had a lot of listeners in the past to this. I love when I get these emails and we'll just connecting with you guys on a more personal one on one basis. So if that's how good you feel free to shoot me an Email and I'll catch you later. Thanks, have an awesome day.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Jim colony this guys, good morning everyone the offensively challenge pirates loss to the brave six to one at PNC park Ivanova certainly deserve battery, gave up two runs on four hits. Over, six innings, one of those two run over by Dan Speiss. Watson who later hit a two run shot off Michael Felise Atlanta's Kevin Galveston meanwhile was really, good he pitched eight shutout innings pirates did have a good chance. In the six Gregory Polanco just walked with two outs to load the basis. For Josh bell and bell swung at the first pitch and, grounded weekly into a force out has really good pitch a strike but. No kind of just, ran, out of out of barrel there and kind. Of leaked out on? Tough, like tough Now to, make an first-pitch out like that. But I guess I just got a little bit too aggressive Ed Gregory loco. Finally homered in the ninth that was just the pirates, fifth hit a game Trevor Williams starts against Atlanta's Julio Toronto night seven. Oh five on the. Fan Klay homes or call. From Indianapolis he actually got an a game pitched. Two innings allowed one run join a loop low was sent down the Steelers are home against Tennessee Saturday at four after the defense gave up thirty seven points against Green Bay last game, quarterback already burns says they have some work to do put everything together no make sure we we all out there Panel, one at one court Making sure we got there flying. Around together, as a unit you know we can have guys, play. Some games some guys not so. It'd be, a, first time you know everybody I dare has one receive rely Roger suspended one game for violating. The league's substance abuse policy he is currently on the physically, unable to perform list anyway Kane will host the. Atlantic ten women's basketball tournament. This coming postseason Kevin shields. One tristate PG section championship he finished. At three hundred thirty, nine it's a weekly heights two shots head of the field from the wider. While the center sports desk Jim colony NewsRadio ten twenty Katie k. sports introductory rate.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"We're getting ready to participate in that right now so we're going through a renovation do conclude in November All the funny to. The fixtures the Wadden furniture gallery which. Is common for all of, our properties so anybody that's either. A Starwood or a Marriott member will have the opportunity to both earn points at. This property which is going to be amazing or. All the stakeholders the people at Marriott was very clever They. Recognized that there is value in hotel Hotels and resorts that are not cookie cutter chrome and glass kind of places where people are interested in staying in places that are. Truly unique unto themselves and somebody at Mary it came up with the idea of the autograph collection, of taking really special unusual unique, often historic but not always sometimes very contemporary but truly unique, properties and putting them together in a group but they didn't want to. Start from scratch with just. The first hotel your who signed up Don they got together with Richard Kessler genius in the hotel industry and the first ten properties That started the charter membership in the Marriott autograph collection the Kessler properties and so And then somewhere down the, line the Algan in New York City became a member and I've been in many many property since. Then places that I always love that are now part of the Marriott autograph, collection so I am delighted. To hear that the beaver, creek lodge in beaver creek. Colorado is part. Of that if take a, quick break we'll come back right back don't leave me we're talking with Kevin shields general manager of, the people lodge. Creek Colorado.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Straight down the middle travel with Stephanie Abrams I am really delighted to have Kevin shields The line with us he's general manager, of the. Beaver creek lodge at beaver creek Colorado would I. Can't believe that for a year or more. He was practically our neighbor in the Adirondacks In Lake Placid which is about. What about two and a half hour drive Berkshire You planning to comeback east anytime. Soon Not to live but, definitely visit. I loved the Adirondacks beautiful beautiful, place and so being there for you Yeah I couldn't believe that well I hope you'll let us know let you know you'll come by air studio and we can have a chat face to. Face and have fun in and drag you around Berkshire? County in full the fun, things to. Do here so do you think The winter months are considered prime season or are you in. Prime season year round You know. It depends on who's you're talking to, me the winter months are not prime season It depends on, what you, love and people say that they come out. For the winters because of this summer Well we get. A lot of, obviously that's the, main a crash, in, the, mountains, of the skiing but with summer. Is amazing the weather's perfect beautiful mountain biking fly fishing.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Com the audio which will be there for fifty two weeks and fifty three weeks from now the newest show will bump off the oldest show and you will no longer be, able to download the, audio how ever You can still hear. It forever Just go to s, Abrahams SICOM put in a. Destination put in, a brand name put in some then put in whatever the key words are that you think are going to help you get to all the. Information and we've got photo galleries we've got our forums at. Travelers for one one dot com and we create a directory. For every one of, our guests and then of course you've got the audio which is such an incredible historic reference library of first person information, because I tell you the truth I can't remember the last time I saw a movie that the critics hated that I agreed with Whereas I looked as a new film out and I love the actors or the director or the book it's based on or whatever And it gets terrible reviews and then we go see it I don't understand why it got terrible reviews I loved it And so, you know if we're going to talk to people I wanted to talk to people that have real experience with the place. Which in general means the general manager because there is nobody who knows, more about a hotel or resort than the GM nobody. Not even the. Owners because they're not on site. All the time and the GM is who also eats the place drinks the. Plays sleeps the plays in, the hails replace it has to. Be the first passionate or they can't do. The job right And like a friend of mine. Who was married to a doctor once said when you see a good doctor Somewhere there is a family suffering. Because when, there's, a patient in trouble it doesn't matter that. It's your anniversary or birthday or the child's play it's like oops gotta go now and to. A large degree that's the same relationship between the general manager of. A hotel, resort and the resort or hotel Because that's just how it is the. Place is on fire literally or figuratively you can't just say well somebody will deal with it Because that's where the buck stops and so you'll find the interviews with executive directors ministers of tourism presidents of countries royalty types, European royalty types as well as. Asian royalty types that we have over the. Last sixteen plus years, now, now in our seventeenth year Had conversations with that I think you, will find incredibly, interesting one of, the interviews, you will find, the person we're about to talk with just recently listened to and I haven't listened. To it in a long time But I remember it like I did the interview yesterday Because the person I, interviewed was Richard Kessler and Richard Kessler. Is a really, he's, a genius in the hotel business he's a visionary man He, was a delight to interview. His vision as mission his focus and his ability to get things accomplished that fit. His vision and his mission and his focus is incredible and I have stayed at probably four to six of the Kessler collection of hotels and each one, is blown me away because of their. Unique is just incredible Well it turns. Out that one of their properties is the beaver creek watch out in Colorado And I wanted to have them on the air You, may remember that last week on travel with travelers four one one while. She was, a guest at the beaver creek lodge I got Kindle Coren on the, line with me to talk about her experience and we're going, to share a. Little bit of that with you before this hour is, over but She was just enthralled with the place the artwork being by the side of the, creek The whole ambience of the place, the surface the food and we'll let. You hear it in her words a bit later but I wanted to get Kevin shields the general manager of beaver creek lodge on the air with us to really, give us insights into the ins and outs of what the beaver creek lodge is today the direction it's going in and. Why you need to consider from so many places in the world you could be going and so. Many options that could be available to you and why you should be. Choosing this one so we're going to hear.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Um and so i guess if he does margin of song or an easy way of doing it would be if he just took solve loveless like coming alone coming along playing on to mobile phones but you delay it on one phone so it's sort of like an echo of itself right and it's that kind of affect where it's stuff kind of inter weaving a bit more and um and beating at certain points but the idea of again it's a some stuff i think it'll take meet years to sort of work true you know into something iconic hit upon a few years ago be tried out in protocols according back in trucks and i'd saw ideas and then trying this idea about out of trying to than interweaving with other ideas and or delay them on top himself in these that us the impetus to create this effect just something out i feel compelled to do i'm grateful for your care in the way you think about music can i look forward soon with something christy chris it's exciting because people like myself and others look forward era the way you approach music so thank you for doing that more thanks for listening for sure really pleasure if you care to in future wanted to chat about what you've got coming out new not knows if you are number any of this but i would love to do that yeah so thank you upshur cool after well listen to abbas gonna say do you want me to send the file aydohya care everything looks like it recorded on this and f you sent me to do it anyway fire than i could obviously do at kasese she's technical okay loved.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"And then it's somehow it works somehow i've traffic are conscious of having hearing damage which because i do but i still practically i'm the one it keeps on going what's that noise what's that you know so i'm not really in the territory of feeling duffy but i do feel very conscious of sound when you are in studio war do you crank it up or where are you know i'm not i'm not crazy about i mean you know sometimes but but not it it depends it depends i think practically speaking at is pretty loud but i tend to play the guitar in the studio in and out in another room i tend to be sitting in front of the speakers when applying so you need a certain kind of level you know to field be into it can't be hearing the strings underplaying guitar house to be cut allowed enough time to be like you're busy working on something new because he said this this stuff is behind you and your so yet i think it's basically let me we start recording album over a year ago i am it was it was based on a some ideas a hug and we started to to work on the approach rules to sort of see if these ideas actually work and they kind of did and so beat them he started threecourt analog last summer you know i think it was yes was over year fourteen months ago we started the protest often than last summer we did all we started recording analog then we stopped again we only really got backing trucks the ft on drums and stephane and then of only really got into a might getting into now essentially because i'm not making album in the boy would normally make an album which a selfcontained thing it'll omit makes sense from beginning to end to me always it's more like making really in ep but i don't want to be constrained by it happened before songs or a certain length or anything so it's really an ep but it's a sprawling ep describing bottom.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"On them they went off and on i was running around trying to enough but while in the process it was like wow what can really cure exactly how that alarm sam's put together you know because normally it so loud and so to sounds like an alarm but one my when i was halfdeaf i could actually here the bit sold apart step that they used to create the sound anyway i just remembered thought you know the smoke unobc can conscious that consciously even though it was in hearing well i was i was still hearing stuff a lot of stuff like it was just changing that the balance of what i was focusing on within luckily enough the hearing came back because it was more middleear damage than inner ear damage so i'm came back after a few months so it was lucky the time but it it may be very conscious that that sign is very relative you know and i think we're deafness kicks in in a big way is when you as you lose your hearing when he star to not listen anymore you start to disorder closing than the old newark pathways or whatever pathways in your brain that are part of the whole this hearing process cause hearing is in a positive thing it's the sort of active process with a brain involved when you stop listening than than good if you know then you stop read hearing and was a whole theory about it once engineers are talking about it in mexico mix in america and they were talking about him why it's okay for it wasn't engineer starts dilute loser hearing what's not such a bad thing for them to sort of views broader and broader mongering because the at least they're still focusing on those frequencies and their brains the work.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"So you've worked your tail off to make this thing that will always be imperfect by its nature well again it depends on your part because if you played on a ninety nine percent of the population it's all the online world is literally if you have suffered seven record players any low the record in with some record records is going to have seven different size everyone knows rome record player so they it's mixer when the out that they've got their speakers' or the you know the the other sounds to me matter what speaker steve mostly play music dude home i've got these eight he sees threw cold 45 ace the kind of active midfield near feel type things on than of iit's i'm bmws i think eight the small ones they are for five to force the small ones bookshelf woman's abbey road uses than when we were mustering happy road when we work job growth the reason for someone who's played sits loud music so long how do you feel your we talked a little about this but you're hearing on a hearing stephanie affected yeah absolutely and that affects what you put out into the world it does but you know it's relative because the like hearing is very much a mental protest as much as a fiscal process the showing up ford sort of snow what should be there partly but partly learnt listen different ways for example even people with quite bout hearing of got a certain threshold was certain does a certain volume where that can hear things quite well then for example you learn to work with certain equipment that's very on colored like barneys headphones iit's you know these.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"It's touchscreen display responds to your fingertips with great resolution two and it also works with your iphone the new surface pro is the lightest most powerful surface pro ever i'm bob moon i'm talking with kevin shields of my bloody valentine we pick up the interview talking about turned tables and their imperfections and his preference for ten general turntable arms those weird straight looking tone arms and we also talk about the brand new vinyl re issue of loveless where this a bit of a surprise love loveless there are some things that i haven't spoken about that i'm way i'm still waiting for people to him the just before but do it unimix a among quote enjoying people hearing it with very open ears and an open mind is from people nor have remix some stuff so but no one knows what asserts ankle so you're weighty for me to ask you a question well you know uh but until then but am tell me well basically um well ending a chunk right it's really just it's just soon it's completely different it's actually very different than the other version but the thing about soon is that this actually no definitive version of soon so it's a whole story itself in the sense that when we first recorded soon the actual definitive version of soon is on the twelve inch glider p that's that's that's the version that we created the proper version and when you say the proper versions because what happened in the next generation when a colover softened and then in that's hence weltman are referred to doing digital stuff on loveless things like would soon where i actually in a digital demane took the original mix that was on the glide or repeat and i actually added guitar because the tonality of love this was much broader among when i eat queued the original soon to fit the turnout of of the russ.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Especially in the cutting process when a with a sense of helplessness when we weren't ready in control anymore it was just like try miktos work in that it doesn't work in the tried again trying to the place and and i was i can never want to be in that place again because it is not it's not of place you know it's it's purity technical and it's not just me yeah it's it's frustrating but rewarding when it's done but good lord yeah i mean it's i mean i could ikic i could literally go on for days about what the problems and issues about it with the cutting room with the whole cutting processing records in the sump so many issues but but the bottom line is when you play the record and he played a reasonable volume you just get into it as unique experience that you don't you don't get when you to suit seedy so that's what was worth it i did the a b with the recordn cdm where the smell whole album and massimo cd back to allow him and his it's beautiful i'm thankful you did it on one hand i would mind here in three other ow of music i don't know of you who have happened twoboat limit i am grateful for it we're going to take a minute break and when we return why your turn table was faulty support for this podcast and the following message come from abc presenting american idle the singing competition that started at all has a new home on abc and the journey to find the next great american singing sensation is about to begin superstar judges luke bryan katy perry and lionel richie join host ryan seacrest in the search to find your next american idle premiere sunday march xi at eight seven central on america's network abc support also comes from the new surface pro from microsoft it's a laptop built for speed with a battery life that lasts all day so you can play up to thirteen point five hours of video without needing to charge it's light enough to go anywhere you want with auctions for a removable keyboard in lots of new colors.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Studio where we had the 24 twitch truck tape running but we also had the a twenty it was actually 24 bit one nine two m prochavez running which is a super high quality yeah it was it's like as far as you can get moments anyway recording so we do we would always have the computer running parallel to the take machine because i would i would work would be outrun the computer to to work at ideas and stephane than out press the button and everything it swapped while oak and then it recorded monologue on that but this saved messing around with tape too much admits everything sink debt of we weren't having to run the tape all the time that's when the whole thing where to start kicking in kosovo spending hours listening to the digital in then swap into the analogue and then working on the outlook for a few hours in then swapping back to digital that's when i became super aware of the huge effective of the when you hear 24 trucks of digital sound all suddenly switching to 24 trucks of analog sounds it's really quite provide the effect there's the very often used warmer you many of the many words of people use over and over again but you've dug deep into this world and if we just talk about your own music when you hear that difference in you just had that experience while words would you use to describe the difference kind of threedimensionality were somehow with it was more possible to let you go into a kind of inside in a way that went with the digital version even though i would love us for example the two neighbours the that was their version if you know what i mean that was the that's as accurate as i could make it of twelve is trying to achieve what i didn't know back then know about converters because it wasn't it again very much in people's consciousness converted antiriot john howard taking the analogue signals on qatar or whatever it might be a microphone turning to bits of digitizing it so that the computer would understand it yet so back in the nineties everybody using these sony.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"That if some put a cut into mad in my life depended on getting it right between the digital signal the analogue signal or whatever that there is a chance that i would make it shooting and then there's a reason for that and that's it it's because i believe anyway we don't perceive sound uh something that we from one moment to the next you can easily discern what the qualities but if you both set the liked the air analogy if you're listening to the analogue sound for a long period of time like a couple of hours and then suddenly switched to digital version of the sound that's when the effect in qichen hugely or if you spent a long time listening to something out log in any listen to sought listen to digitally than again defect is we profound but if you just do a quick b test it can be dependence you notice depends on how you're hearing it you could you could have it like just one like a half decibel quieter louder and thought might make people prefer for one or the other shooting in more than but as a said it's if you're listening to the music like for example if you're listening to 24 bit ninety six k which is like high resolution digital and you're doing that for a few hours and then he suddenly switched to sixteen bit 44 you do here quite a reduction in in the kind of quality sound and same with sixteen bit when you switch to and p3 but only if if it's become your world for awhile interesting but if you just a bit.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Accurate representation of the of the way form on the on the on the frequency response of the record were any allah demane every time you do anything it changes you mean so a copy it it gets a little changed a can get dollar or yes air it can get older or certainly changes it gets more distort it'll be a little different and every time you put through tasker use a different tape machine or are everything's a variable and in the digital world those variables were cut down quite a lot on so that was all seen as a good thing because it was more accurate in close to what you are trying to achieve so as a setback in '80s '90s digital was just good it was no negatives and then eventually people started to go i don't really like signed soon and that and then when they go back to analog they go my god it's on so much nicer and that's where the whole analog concept sorts could become an issue when you got your records back yeah you say you know what i do or how could i make it sound more like what are remembered or did you feel pretty good about it back in those days there was a concept of the idea of some something sounding like a record that was just a term that i that that that's disappeared from general vocabulary but back in the 80s deafening the haiti's and '70s i know people used to say make it sound like a record or it sounds like a record so you would kind of expect in the end they regardless of what your tape sound like you expect it to change you expect it to become this thing that sounds like a record whatever that was unfurled i knew that was actually digital sound because most the records i bought was from the late seventies armored so half of them could have been digitize fraud ataman that maybe that was for a lot of people what a record sounds like you know.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Okay i good for you the really enjoyed it it was absolutely fantastic it was very well done all the feeling in magic of the first season seemed to be back now i am not going to be judged this i avoid things online i've because we've discussed this before i think you enjoy shows more if you wait song to watch one episode a week nobody okay well then we'll talk about it again in two and a half months everybody's forgotten about a tip that f i watched it by dinnertime on saturday was done by did it i'm unsettled of course you are as i couldn't stop i have nothing else to do newest fun so what are you going to do i found this really cool echo based horror short it's only like three or four minutes called whisper it's pretty cute of clever sorta sort of an era it's like three or four minutes where's the watch it's fun cool making horror with the echo and going back to the music thing really quickly to bands some news about what is a new band called glare with two ways because i'm sure there was a glare with one eye out there already it's a relatively new banned from la they described well they've they're described as gothic shoe gates these are two of my favorite things so if you fail thus far have very much enjoying the alpine that they have out mouse so i recommend it to you if you think you have similar taste to me and the other big music news is my bloody valentine these seminal shoe gays band lead singer kevin shields has confirmed a new album and tour are coming next year and boy i am i excited.

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"kevin shields" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kevin shields" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"In a marham was there and we had to him and henny and toby burkina like life really the base punch or more catholic mostly liven we know a guess on beware that owen huber our rhythm section in the movie foundation point annexed hemin here we didn't believe rhythms weirdest ressam panelo things monte joined at the end financial point morse development had been written recorded he commended them but beef and coops kenneth thank our version of more head bevan else have been done by marco nilsson was playing based not record down from young disciples the week at look at it as were rare producers you know we were just making our work in very much in not can program remember friend of mine when varnish appoint kamei said samir a slate illiterates on clay but yeah i mean we we get the coroner's inquest but you know it's let we could the ideas and we rates zones but sometimes you think you know we need some where gda space rock psychedelic tar ask kevin shields and he comes please in 2013 sued she's like a production choice yeah you know it's like if you were always say this but if you're a movie director you choose you may raise scraps and you know you on a sugar but choose the reactors in overcome your parks the sometimes play the role on a kenneth us mason pretentious thus the where a look at what we do the way that you guys use port music i mean you've been really overtly political on some work with like exterminator but always underneath it there is this real acknowledgement of the lineage of pope and how poppies cannibis will mark the of sweet pill to get a message across i mean do you think thought pop music itself still has like the gravitate to do that at the moment either really thing so i do think has other think at roker poor music has good the cultural gravitas the huts a back in the sixties.

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