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"kitty sang" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You know what it's about. I have no idea what it's about him for, But I know that that lady in there making a leather steering with you. Oh, registering. Yes, you wass. It was registering very at the age like four. It was registering, big man. I just I just She had a good sense of humor. You know? And here, she wass. I don't still don't even know what that show was about a I'm number grown, man. I don't know what it was about, Like espionage or something. Spies are spies and something eyes were big back in that era, remember? Yeah. Like spies, spies? Well, I think she was the only one. Someone told me out, too. She was the only character and James bond move that ever married James Bond did James Bond, thes women calling themselves cause he's James Double 07 boozing and Mary, of course, is going to marry Diana Rigg. You can't pass up Diana Rigg, and here she is, in this show that's like a It's in a male kind of, I guess we would think dominated. You know, back then, even on TV gets smart and you know, my favorite uncle and all these shows news. Espionage is always by shows. There's a guy's world, but here she is holding her own. Yeah. Did you just do it better than all the guys? I mean, she represented when she did not take away from her. But do you remember a show Our character called honey West E Ideo? I don't know where from, But I do remember that. What is it? I don't know. But it was the wild. Wild West was the name of the show. I think so, Honey west any West and I feel like she was also a spy, but she might have been Like the kind of the star Anyway, honey West. Teeny Siri's Yes. TV series, Okay? Oh, honey. What? American crime dome drama. Okay, Okay, Honey, West will be the same era. Yeah, it looks like there's some black and white and then there's some colored episodes to here. Um, yeah, I don't. I don't know why. I don't remember that. You don't remember that. 1 1965. Okay. She was more of the blonde aside. She was blonde. Yeah. Nice looking gal herself. If I may say the West. I don't know who that is exactly who played the part of honey West, But yeah, then I Then I had that Delhi. Another crush, like I don't know. When Bonnie and Clyde the movie came out, Bonnie and Clyde thing was 67 68 some like that. My parents took us to the drive in movie. You know, you load up the whole family got to the fruit ridge. This was at the fruit rich driving. I'm sorry, kid. Hannah, you're carrying all the weight. You saw that movie, and I remember thinking So I was like seven. Oh, my gosh. That Faye Dunaway and Bonnie and Clyde were in that cap and she'd take the pictures with the sheriff for a the beret. Yeah, the parade whom? I guess I liked women with attitude. Yes, Then he's like, Yeah. They were holding their own on both sides of the law. Because I think Diana Rigg, miss. Her name was Emma Peel, right? I think she was on. I think the good side Yes. You think she was enforcing the law where Bonnie was breaking in. They were wild women. They're the leaders in their field time. Yeah, I liked him. You found that attractive? I did even Mary Tyler Moore. Same thing. And she represented. Yeah. Women and had, you know in jobs and roles that women weren't usually representing back then something there. Oh, my gosh. Good for you is that you're only crush Micky Dolenz. I got like 10 and Olivia Newton John. You know, as they progress in my life, I had a certain age and you get to the next day. Okay, Now it's Olivia Newton. John. Listen, anyone that's my age right now. No. Straight up that you You were either. Ah, Olivia Newton, John or Valerie Burton, Ellie. No, really, please. Those two boy, Okay? Any interesting? Yeah. Love that. But I think I told you when Olivia Newton John would sing. I honestly love you. Yeah, I thought for sure. She was saying that singing that to me. I believe she won't believe you. I believe she wass. That is to love you. Oh, she's speaking to me kitty singing, right? Yes. Oh, and I wasn't even into the soft stuff. You know, That kind.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir they would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh. My God owner been scary. Eventually, Loretta, booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says. You're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the Morning Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa break your neck I sent. Woman I, don't even know your husband but if you touch me, I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women sure I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah she's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen sixty four she was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah that'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta Heard Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang. The woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy. Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked she really loves Ray Charles she said that country music owes locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars she says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob. Dylan or the Beatles kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says once you've been poor you always feel in the back of your mind you're going to be poor again. Started paying off. Do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison Tennessee in late nineteen, sixty three. We'll the ready discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretta. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. Loretta was worried that her career would be interrupted. Things moved on she named them Patsy and Peggy She said that they were godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins in. Loretta couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She begged hey twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying so much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now you can see it and take a tour you can go and Youtube people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so. Just, you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up and like you said, yeah you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah, you can tell. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did him. This is nineteen, seventy five that truth this and there's forty five then more now there's some one I didn't use any makeup before do finally let me you can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house a bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar some personal things Patsy Kline gave me I have Roy Roy. Acuff. I don't know how to say that Yoyo. Yeah a suit from Hank snow a coat from Marty, Robbins Chet, Atkins Golf. Hat, and beautiful gown that my friend June Carter gave me while she's.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:16 min | 4 months ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on Pantheon

"Started getting weird. They would try and piece of clothes off as a souvenir. They would try to snip her curls and even her eyelashes. That is they want. Oh my God owner been scary. Eventually Loretta booked all over the country and she really started enjoying it in was finding it a lot easier to be on stage. About her women fans, she said, I tried aiming my show more at the women even though some of them got the wrong idea, one time I was playing this club in Baltimore and this woman comes up to me in says, so you're the woman that's in my husband's life. That's all I hear before I go to bed when I wake up in the morning, Loretta Lynn and I'm GonNa, break, your neck, I sent. Woman, I don't even know your husband. But if you touch me I'm tired of you before I got the chance bound through through out of the club. My. Most of the women liked me though they could see I was. A mother and a wife and a daughter who had feelings just like other women. Sure. I want to mend like me but the women were something special. They'd come around the bus after the show when they'd asked to talk to. They felt I had the answers to their problems because my life was just like there's whom. Yeah. She's a woman's woman. is. First album was number one in nineteen, hundred, sixty, three, and in nineteen, sixty four. She was named top female vocalist. She was at the Grand Ole opry for seventeen straight shows, which was a record for anyone who wasn't a member, and then finally they asked you to join. Yeah. That'll do it. Yeah. So Loretta, Kitty Wells sing songs from the woman's perspective because country music from the men's perspective was all truck driving easy women and cheating. She remembered how Kitty Sang the woman's side of the story and wanted to hear songs more like that, and she says, you know it certainly helped that kitty wells and patsy Kline can before her and they kind of like led the charge Loretta. Also just talking about music that she really liked. She really loves Ray Charles. She said that country music owes a locked to him preparing fans, Johnny cash and Merle, Haggard Charley Pride. The first black country star is one of his all time favorites as well, and so she says that she's his biggest fan. So the song don't come home and drink in the one we mentioned earlier got to be number one. In the nation was also the first album ever made by a woman singer that a million dollars. She says, she didn't want any outside influences changing her music, and so she really didn't listen to Joni Mitchell or Bob Dylan, or the Beatles, she kind of stayed in her own little bubble. One of her personal highlights is when Ernest Tubb chose her to sing with him on an album of duets and so when she's with him, she feels like that little girl huddled on the floor in front of the Pico Radio on Saturday night. Now, before she knew it, they were making more money than they'd ever dreamed of she went from twenty five dollars a show to fifty to a hundred and above. She still did her own canning and put food away from the winter. She said, you never know when the show business is to go for fluey. He says, once you've been poor, you always feel in the back of your mind, you're going to be poor again. Started paying off, do gave up his job as mechanic to take more interest in the business, and they found a forty five Acre ranch and rented a little house in Madison, Tennessee. In late nineteen, sixty three already discovered that she was. A pregnant again. Loretto. He. Yeah. With wins by the way. With, Loretta, was worried that her career would be interrupted. You know things moved on, she named them, Patsy and Peggy. She said that they were a godsend. It was like a whole second life for her and do happened because they had them when they had the money and time to devote to them. She was on the road a lot and they were adult the. Loretta and new little were adults at this time to call. Yes. Yeah. So they got to spend more time with them. They were identical twins and Loretta. Couldn't always tell them apart especially when she just come home up the road. She. Begged Hey, twin and they don't call. Me By my name. So, reticence that they were never really part of Nashville social scene and that forty five acres ended up not being enough for them, and they kind of got lost once on a drive and found a beautiful one, thousand, four, hundred, and fifty Acre property with an old house built on a hill or the whole town, and it had like white columns in the front. It was in such bad shape though that when Loretta was on the road, do actually thought, he'd set the whole thing on fire. He had tears in his eyes because it was probably best to just rebuild, but he knew how much Loretto loved the House. So he fixed it up for them. So threaded. Didn't know this again because she. was educated in some ways and not in some ways, but she didn't know that it had originally been a plantation house, and if you look at pictures of it, you see it immediately with the white columns, the way that it's built. She talked about seances that they've had there because it was a salute. There was a civil war battle fought there on the grounds that they're actually enslaved people buried in the property and when she found that out, it made her really sad. since they ended up buying. So much of the land, it's kind of like the ended up buying the whole town. So do fix stop picks it up into a real working ranch and it's worth a lot. Now, you can see it and take a tour. You can go and Youtube, people have taken tourism it and made whole videos of it so just. Just you know search hurricane mills and it definitely has graceland vibes. Cool. I'll look it up. That's where the recreation of the butcher Holler home is as well, and it says, you know it portrays the legacy of the rags to riches, coal miner's daughter Yeah. I just looked it up, and like you said, yeah, you can really tell it's beautiful but Yeah you can tell her. Old Plantation Home in the House Loretta explains on the wall going up the winding stairway. We've got all forty five of my albums framed in the order that I did them. This is nineteen seventy five that wrote this and there's forty five then more now, there's some one I didn't use any makeup before. Do finally. Let me. You can see me changing album after album. It's really kind of weird to see I've got all kinds of souvenirs around the house. A bed Hank Williams zoned the cowboy hat tex ritter used to wear my second rhythm guitar, some personal.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Think George Simpson for editing. The show today and KENDALL Toby who. Kendall sweetest person on the planet. Anybody who doesn't think so or doesn't know that will you're just wrong, you haven't met and she's going to stick around for the Pat Walsh show. But that's not here tonight, but we have a wonderful fill-in. Yes, we do Danny Kon-ri. Good evening. Both the kitty and Michael. How are you this fine Friday night? And I wanted to hit you both with the question. If you don't mind. Okay, was the Monterey concert was that the one with the where the it was the stones and the Hells Angels did did secure note that was also tomorrow in nineteen sixty nine that actually came after Woodstock. Okay, so Monterey doesn't get moderate does not get a bad rap at all. In fact, Monterey as I as I said, the kitty amplify on that a little bit Monterey really shifted. The whole thing from a very pop oriented. You know, the world listen to three minutes. Singles on top forty radio Monterey was where everybody said. Oh, wow. You know we can expand we can stretch and that was where the whole album rock. Easy, and am records which was Sergio Mendez and herb Alpert and everything else. Jerry Moskvy records was at Monterey and he went back to Ali would and said, we need to start signing rock acts now. When he signed Joe cocker and all those people. Yeah, yeah. I saw her Albert with may not Ferguson. I don't play when it was just an awesome show in the, you know, the highest triple season, the business. Yeah. And, and herb is just one of the world's nicest, most decent human beings to so see I, I didn't get to meet him. Like I got to I got to meet him when I was seventeen years old. Why do not want to eat into your show, but I had a friend at AM record all invited me down, and we're we're walking around, and I'm just, you know, this kid from Bishop, California, who's two years into his radio career and, you know, the got me parked in Karen, carpenter's parking space and I'm walking through the building. All polo Williams's, sitting at a piano, rehearsing Cheech, and Sean, or sitting on a sofa tossing lines back and forth at each other. I'm just, you know, my mouth is drumming open for walking down the hallway outside the studio area, and it's lit the walkway by spotlights every few feet and along. Tortoise this coming this guy wearing sweats and a beach hat. And she says, oh, well, here comes Herbie. And I think Herbie's an engineer until the light hits them. And she says Herbie my friend, Mike Haggerty. And I'm like herb Alpert. Wow. All right. I'm gonna wind up. Well, maybe not I got to meet buddy rich does a young cop Manhattan, that's a serious drummer. I'm in midtown Manhattan amount of detail and a big bus pulls up because buddy didn't fly a lot and his whole band. The bus thing and upstanding, I'm like, oh, my God. It's richest bus that'll be young guy. But buddy rich was my he was my guy when, when I was like, eleven I knew who buddy rich wasn't. It was. He was on TV you know, the book on variety shows you how does he do that? Yeah Carson had him a lot and he taught Carson had a drum by the way. So I knock on the buddy rich door and it opens up and a waft of smoke comes out of this bus, like I'm, I'm in uniform, by the way, I asked, what kind of smoke? Yeah, it was. It was. There was reading was it? What's that I disease treated for? Glaucoma lock. Everybody had glaucoma on the bus and I stepped on the bus. I'm like, here's a drummer, I'm not a cop. They like, okay, so I walked to the back of the bus and in the rear of the bus, this is just before he died like eighty eight nine thereabouts and I walked in the back of the bus, and there is buddy, rich number one had the biggest teeth you've ever seen on there were a mess and, and he gives and he's got sticks and pads over the back. And he says, well, show me what you got cat. Now, buddy rich is a Brooklyn guy, and he's a former marine, and so I pick up the sticks and I do roll, buddy Rix, at the Dan counry. You got a nice role cat. I'm gonna go die now and I'm going to suck up some of this kind of medicine. I got a report is a line of duty injury. When I get off the bus, but I still rather go see kitty, sing I miss. I haven't seen. Oh, you're so sweet tomorrow. The out of town center at El Dorado relatives out there right now. The UC Davis graduation. And so you know what I can get on a fast plane. I'll be out there. I'll come see. Oh, that's right. You're not here. I'm going to galaxy far far away. That's why didn't get off the bus fast. Tomorrow afternoon. Okay. That's, that's Michael, I'll get out of the way. Now, thanks so much. We got a lot coming up on the show when we didn't talk about it. But who cares? It's a Friday night. We'll get it all out. But a lot of news this week, and we'll get to the fourth with Danny, great chatting with you. We miss you have a great weekend. Yes. Have a great show before we let you go couple of polls. We had today about the California felon, should they be allowed to serve on jury duty. There's a new Bill that would allow it. It's SP..

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"kitty sang" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Cold fries with treason? Picture from standing there all alone with look fast food that God. Did you hear him talking to the reporter do we have it? All right. Okay. Let's start with you. Okay. What's your favorite thing here? Mr president. Great American food. Jesse and the end of this evening. Do you prefer McDonald's or Wendy's? That's a tough question. Those Sarah Palin answer if I like at all. All of them all of them. Even the reporter was like throwing little shade. It's tough question. Knew it'd be lots of leftovers. He's just in their stress eating up shopping stuff and his Ma all the rest of the day. I mean, he hasn't left the White House in months apparently. Yeah. And he's he's grumpy because he doesn't get enough credit for that for being home alone. Okay. For those on the radio. Yeah. I know. I know. And now, we have to say goodbye Dolly. I mean, really really really. Yeah. Twenty nine thousand nine hundred drunk go home already. You can't have nice things. Yes. Carol Channing asked. I'm sure your mom, your mom did a lot of duets together. Right it. Yeah. And my sister got to work with her. She came and spoke to my class at USC. Oh, she was fantastic. We. She was a fee. Go trojans. She's fantastic. Okay. I'm doing dead deli. Kelly impression. Okay. So scared we all look like deer cut cut in headlight three. I just feel like my children's birthday party businesses really gonna. My impression they're all dead. Now pretty much right now. I think it's a great. I get it. It's liberty impressions come on Catherine Hepburn, Carol Channing, it'd be great somebody decline kids. Choosing my original Santa back. Neil does girls wheel. Monte in Florida. Hi, Monty Steffi literally worried about me too. We don't know what's in my eye. Couple of things one on the former college basketball coach and personal trainer. And the first thing when I used to meet with the athletes as we say, no more fast food stores. Right. Can't even get that. Right. He's so incompetent. One. I don't see how we can wait till two thousand and twenty because we've seen it here in Florida. We've seen it in Texas. We see them in Georgia. Yeah. I've said this from day one. If he is in power, they will it they will steal. They will never. Thank you. Thank you. We seriously we're we're looking we have an entire party. That is complicit that is welcoming Russia's help. And I'm telling you there was Radha free in this in the Senate races. Florida. And also Stephanie why why are the Democrats, and I'm not criticizing the Democrats expand this job. Why are we going about business like it's normal? Why are we having hearings to confirm people Trump is under investigation from twenty four twenty different? Yeah. No monte. I agree with you. I mean, particularly after the last few days, I'm just like what why are we not in the streets. Why are we? I mean, I Joe Scarborough just went off I guess this morning saying where are the Republicans? Are are you not? I mean is it a hearing problem? Do they not hear that? There is the president of the United States is under counterintelligence investigation for being a Russian assets. Okay. I don't I'm sorry. I'm screaming. I think we're all going to line up. You can all lined up on the phones and yell at Michael Tomaso along with me. It'll be that seen an airplane. I've been saying for free bike chain or about and call back. Six seven months, we need people like, Malcolm, Nancy, yank yourself to organize. Let's just hit the streets. Let's shop this country down. Yeah. Orrin dot com. I I agree. I agree. Monte. I agree. I know I can't I just I I can't even take like normal news or punditry. It's just like we're pretending that this is okay. Okay. Oh, Mimi Rocca, who's also fabulous. All the legal, ladies, all the legal. It is all ladies. I. I don't know what to do. Okay. Okay. But talking about a bar, right? She said he never says quote report should be made public. He says, quote, it's very important that the public in congress be informed of the results of the work. That's not the same thing right pledge. He should make to release. It is unclassified is the unclassified version of the report in full period. I mean is that Rudy Giuliani? Okay. Yeah. And we can make some corrections before you get it, right or reductions, can you imagine yellow let's just that. We'll redact alva- treason. Tori. All black and then just Oswald at the end. Yeah. I'm Scott who I love on Twitter said Trump's peer border PR. Don't was such a disaster. He's tweeted forty times in seventy two hours of Athetic attempt to distract from the fact that he's Putin's puppet who conspired with Russia, obstructed Justice and committed election fraud. Trump belongs in prison, not the White House. Las him up. Karen in Chicago. Hello, karen. Good morning. I'm sorry to hear about your mom. Oh, that's okay. She's okay. She's doing she was a great call yesterday. She's doing much better. We'd change. What do you call batteries in her hearing aids that was part of the problem? And then she's but she's looking forward to physical therapy. So we're getting a good mental place. Hopefully, awesome. Yeah. That's good. Jodi, please give Stephanie a hug for Oliva. Okay. She's she does not want to touch me and who can blame. Or no one's coming. Stephanie. That is a travesty of all this is the fact that, you know, you're dealing with you should be able to devote your time and energy to your mother and what she's going through. And yet, you know here we're having to deal with all of this, you know, treason in plain view, and you're right. We should not normalize it an election would normalize this. And that that can't happen. But under the old definition, you know, perhaps because we're not, you know, heck nucle- at war light, given the old definition of our founding fathers attack. Electronically. We're a cyber attack. They broke into our elections. They influenced came into our to influence people. I think we're at war so treason, in plain view. Yeah. I don't you're right. Karen? I don't get people to understand about illegitimate president. It means illegitimate election. I understand we don't have the mechanism in the constitution LA. But these are our extrordinary times and we've got a take extrordinary measures one hundred percent. Yeah. No. It's it's all there. And I mean, I always correct people when they say, oh, you know, when he was inaugurated, I don't know he was installed. That was not an inauguration. Yeah. You know, and I don't care electoral college. I don't care how he got there. He is absolutely illegitimate. And he's a traitor. Yeah. No anyway. But you and your mom. Yeah. Thank you. Honey family family family family. Do you mind if I caught you lawn? Steve, what do you think? Mike Bolton he calls. Jumble. Michael belykh? Yes. Because he's thinking kitty sing as well. Well, that crazy mustache would flap like crazy if some of those notes kinda muffled a little bit famous Michael Bolton song. I forget a lot of live without you. Which one do I live without you. Oh, yeah. Very of love and understanding. Yeah. He is John golden is overwrought in the same way. Michael Bolton is. None of the singing sense. But more like one word starting. We're three cents a crazy intemperate. Let's make a plan to Bonera or a bomb Iran and my dad's got a barn. Let's put on a show. And I'll sing I'm doing the longest intro ever to try to get to Michael John slash quote, unquote. Michael bolton. Even.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Play slow or whatever what you start to find his with the different breakdowns is you start to find it is the it's the vibe or the new ones things like the album covers the lyrics the stage presentation become part of what the john ra is about more so than just the actual plate gets music you know so a lot of these you know in terms of tones and sounds would kind of could be in the same thing what chain with sort of breaks them down or break some apart is what you said keith the album covers lyrics you can't repeat things like that let's talk about the differences in singing styles between some of these swit some of these these jonah's what is the what's the john russia you guys research this that has the what i was sort of cookie monster kind of okay yeah that's like the death or the black metal stuff 'cause i can't understand yeah i don't understand anything to say it's like carcass obituary in and you go into the more extreme heavy you get a bands like napalm death these bans all have these cookie monster rally boat will but it's gonna be tempos or different they all take that same approach when it comes to the kind of screaming i don't know what the hell you're saying luckily you do have a lyrics sheet in the but if you don't well know like annum and celtic cross and band place on slower compose of you believe it or not and you could actually understand somewhere but it was still heavy heavy ban that can get maybe more in europe didn't get extreme exposure here in the us level more honor ground actually have kilter i want to bring i wanna throw it throws genre out there like kind of wild card here do you guys know what co i medal is a medal i read about it but i didn't i see word actually means cute metal cute middle shoot medal and this is kitty singing yeah yeah it's like it's a it's mainly in japan fuses aspects of heavy metal and j pop japanese pop and usually performed by these you know a female acts that play metal dazzle vision baby metal lady lady baby oh baby they're so cute baby metal oh look at them to their little skirts yeah yeah yeah so you can check baby metal but so that's a that's how all over the place and we were talking as we were playing song i'll out how you know these john rose peel take them very seriously you know you don't you don't show up at you know at thrash metal thing playing prog metal i mean just somebody's going to like get you're gonna hurt you yeah that's just not going to get not going to work metal fans are serious serious about their favorite voting when he got really can i talk about my favorite all right let's just get down to just get it over with get over with keith here we go just lay back in this might be when he wanted your bundt cake yeah go check your bunk can't.

"kitty sang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Key thing but they weren't kitty singing in the teens and twenties and they were an and strangely enough the marvel movies is kind of a melding of that tired genre and now the movies are continued into each other i love the way our our michael serialized television is today most tv shows you know game in franz whatever it is they're they're giant breaking that there's cereals there your serialized dramatic programming and i put they're doing with the marvel movies is just and of course as someone as i'm gonna i don't i don't know if we talked about it but i assume you you're like me you grow i grew up i think i might be older than you but i grew up in the sixties as a kid the original marvel superhero your stanley jack kirby i read those comics when they came out you know what i mean and thing is what i love about these marla movies they rekindle that that love that i had those movies when i was a kid i i see it on screen those those are the characters are the things they were do i put a gun to your head hardiman sub mariner oh cool sore yeah and captain america you could sing all of those gantry cartoon came up with rob ably could probably currently let's test i wanna hear you do the words to the hulk and keeping my voice recite them do shakespeare right now let's see i remember doc bruce banner.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:12 min | 3 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's no time to lose i heard her say catch your dreams before they slip away those are words that could have been written about beverley kenny the rolling stones in their frock coat era with their plaintive ruby tuesday would have been just schoolboys learning the blues from american records when beverley kenny was making her last records and done a career that could have been so much more looking for a boy maybe it's an answer to ruby tuesday beverley keti on wnyc if it's to that level thighs are all arranged in have then my god in angie's holding out on may i am looking for a bloodbath six foot six or seven and won't be happy to on his name blue until he comes in that way i hope he takes the who and anwar hey i have ingested this whole girl who's looking far a little boy who is looking for two tell me please web webcam he may love in the he who bring tomb may blow ha monet lin it will be good dumas jail oh so i am jazz totally had little girl looking father little law who's looking law made to laugh and will be a good oh do these no baby has low low so i am jazz handle girl who was lucky flaw little law whose lucky and borrow me looking for a boy beverley kitty singing gershwin and what's interesting is that song is almost like a blueprint for this one check check baker on wnyc there's is some body the news uh who said she god to the some on moore show over may on mullahs who loves moore's law astana i know tu wien two wall role all will on non v the man some the bill as hand so to her uh long queue the wool to kill her blues 20 consumes the sanwa on too much however two judicial judicial herb lose too soon spain name barlow my aw song two oh the bon iver oh hello.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Cruising into a more what tough kausar fide fossilized class society in the united states you buy it eight hundred four two three eight 255 reunion winchester massachusetts virginia thank you for calling you're on the air hi com hi i'm a long time listener coming longer local carriers i frankly this conversation gut i'm actually while i was listening i heard him say that college debt it's it's not a big deal for the upper middle class yup thought who is insane person kitty sang these things um i live in a unity that is one of the most affluent in massachusetts um i'm a liberal and i choose to live in this community because for where the jobs are this a community that i feel my kids your safe i feel like there's a certain kind of lifestyle i can live but i could also get this lifestyle in a community let's say in south carolina were in texas um or someplace else where there what you're not and it would cost a lot less the a lot of what you're talking about has to do with the cost of living up number one number two this notion that um i don't rick recognize how blessed i am that i can live in a community where my kids aren't uh having horrible things happen to them or gunfire going off or something like that in uh and i don't appreciate it is crazy and third you know this is a community for instance everybody in its don't believe come and lots and lots and lots of people work and so as you pointed out two nurses can work and they get into your uh and she your strata y'all but i used to work uh for low trying to develop low house low workforce housing in winchester and we were looking at people like nurses as people who needed to have help getting into the housing market here and so i just feel like you're just approaching this thing in a really.

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"kitty sang" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kitty sang" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Cruising into a more what tough casa fide fossilized class society in the united states you buy it eight hundred four two three eight two five five virginia in winchester massachusetts virginia thank you for calling you're on the air hi coun high on the line congress there i can longer local carriers i frankly here by the conversation gut i'm actually while i was listening i heard him say that college debt is is not a big deal for the upper middle class got me dissent thought who is this insane person kitty sang these things um i live in a community that is one of the most affluent in massachusetts um i'm a liberal and i choose to live in this community because for where the jobs are this a community that i feel my kids safe i feel like a certain kind of lifestyle can live but i could also get this lifestyle in a community let's say in south carolina we're in texas um or some place else whether or not and it would cost a lot less the lot of what you're talking about has to do with the cost of living up number one number two this notion that um i don't rick recognize helped west i am that i can live in a community where my kids aren't uh having horrible things happened to them or gunfire going off or something like that in an idol appreciate it is crazy and third you know this is a community for instance everybody in its don't believe come and luxy lots and lots of people work and so as you pointed out to nurses can work and they get into your uh and your strata y'all but i used to work for low trying to develop low house low workforce housing in winchester and we were looking at people like nurses as people who needed to have help getting into the housing market here and so i just feel like you're just approaching this thing in a really.

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