17 Burst results for "La Bamba"

"la bamba" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"la bamba" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Eight hundred hanson's whatever member when they did the jingle contest where they had kids singing the jingle you should have people singing the the key o- on because i have friends of mine that will like be drunk at night and i'll say hey guys wanna sing some karaoke and stuff. I have friends in. This is like multiple like three or four different ones. They say. I want to do the some place kale on. Everybody knows la bamba. They should do a drunk key. Summit place singing commercial. You know what i'm surprised. Didn't make the list with oscar mayer right. Oh you're my childhood right more. My bologna has a first name or member member. The or are you too young for this. The coca cola commercials used to be always legendary. Yeah they used to have. I wish i wish the world by perfect harmony..

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"la bamba" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Turn Equity financial Hour with Tucker and play Can I am Blake King's Lane with me is Tucker, wait? And there you are, every Sunday afternoon with us here on W. M a L radio and attacker with Craig conversation today, But you know, it just comes to mind that you know why worry in retirement about your income going down when you don't necessarily need to. With some of these safe money strategies correctly, you don't need to it all. It's it's crazy to go to the stress of having to manage accounts dealing with fund managers. And when I say dealing with fund managers, I mean for your Your ability to live off of every month. Have that taken care of by safe money strategies. Have your excess money. Had a fine managers go nuts with that? Because you can afford to have years Where is down again? Afore have years when they're up triple digits, and that's great. Okay, I say triple digits. Hyperbole? Yeah, Double just and And it frees the fund managers to invest wisely buying low selling high, Okay, Because your other needs and expenses. They're gonna be met by the state money strategies. Yeah, this quickly. It's very Interesting. You know, we had a lot going on this week on February 2nd ground Hog day We got pucks, Tony Phil. Six more weeks of winter boom. And then, of course, on February 3rd for everybody in radio probably knows this state. This is the day The music died where Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper died in a snowstorm in 1959 famous La Bamba video. Had Ritchie Valens flipping the coin to get on the airplane is very powerful scene in that video. I digress. Continue on Blake. Well, we don't. We don't want to be flipped. In a quaint and retire, not going to get going to get on a private plane and a snowstorm? No. Well in 2000 and eight You could talk about this. Tucker and I do want to ask you about 2000 and eight. But let me get the phone number right now because we're talking about safe money strategies because we don't want to be flipping coins toe to know whether we're gonna make it have enough money in retirement, but the phone number is 805 71996. Eight..

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"la bamba" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"la bamba" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"I have a very clean. But that's that's was that worth it. Was it worth all that worth to go that far I try to give them the IQ but he doesn't see me on real question. You're asking me I was about to answer it and then I then I realized that I see what you're doing on camera ever man. This is sort of amazing sixty two years ago. On this day I had to clean but in nineteen fifty eight not the same right Jerry. Lewis arrived in England to begin his first tour of the UK after confirming to the press that he had married thirteen year. Old Cousin. You know you would think that would be something you could never. I guess he'd never has washed it off. Because as soon as you bring up Jerry Lee Lewis. That's one of the first things people say out of the country. Did they yeah? He didn't get to finish that tour. I think he might have done a couple of shows and if I remember correctly they they're like They started protesting them. Yeah at that time. I think he thought he was so famous and he was such a big deal. He's doing everyone and he probably proclaimed on married my cousin she's thirteen. How old is he? he was twenties. I think I'm not exactly quite made that movie. Great balls of fire remember. Yeah I haven't seen in a long time. I'm sure they covered it and they did cover. I don't remember I you know. I don't remember it for some reason as much as I remember other movies. Did he go to France to marry? His cousin is lose twenty three years old when he made his cousin. She was thirteen when she was thirteen. I remember La Bamba in. That movie came out around the same time and I my affiliation West La Bamba and yet rank things and his owner. Here's the other thing about that. And that's that's during the time when you know you didn't get a divorce. You know people Common practice so he married this Thirteen year old twenty three days before his first divorce was final. That's right man guy that we liked Jerry Lewis people due to the now he's still around People still eighty it. How many hits are you thinking of Rich Little Richard? No I'm thinking of Jerry Lewis. Oh God median got away with a lot needs to Disney movie Jerry Lee Lewis Great Balls of fire which I thought was a little Richard Song until the other day. Yeah but he's to be looked at as one of the you know. Kind of God's of not rock but like definitely a legend in legend back then like the only had like one album. That was good. I mean I think he an Elvis and Waylon Jennings all kind of came up with five not wailing waylon was way later originated. Maybe trying to johnny cash. I walk the line. You're right here with Johnny cash guys even running with Johnny Cash Elvis Presley Carl Perkins Buddy Holly Conway Twitty Roy Orbison Tom Jones and JD. Summer are there jumped Vegas Tommy. John's not unusual he was he was cool. One point and hung out with Kobe started. I think also son record. Yeah okay Forty years ago today. Nineteen eighty the original. Pacman arcade game came out and was released. Japan. How long after it was released it in Japan? Do you think it was a big hit in America. year. It was released in nineteen on this day in one thousand nine hundred eighty in Japan. So how much later do you think it was big in America? Probably Pretty soon probably months later. Yeah five months later. It was all the rage. You WanNa hear it fun. Fact about Pacman sure. Originally Pacman was supposed to be called puck man in English like P. U. C. K. But they were so afraid of the vandalism that would happen to pack. That's pretty funny Trivia. You're the Trivia man. I am at least for another year until they do another round the contest. I like Trivia knowledge on us at the end he goes Trivia Trivia. Drop the MIC. Drop a pencil answer sheet. The government in Thailand. Has It? Guess what they're GONNA do ties. No they are allowing massages massage parlors to open back up. But there's one yet one thing that to do different no happy ending no the only massage from the waist down time as it to protect against corona virus. They they're gonNA let him open back up but they only massage from the waist down. Which is I guess. That's what a lot of guys are going for anyway. So massage man during this and there's an that's definitely not a place that been opened up and I miss my massages. When's the last time you had a real massage? Would you say real? Why do you like that a massage for us? Well what he tried to qualify. You try to say besides Carlos is getting gap hands and stone or one of the places. What's the other name? There's another name massage Horman. I will go like a gap that works. I don't Care Guy Girl Massad I just want somebody rubbing my back feet and and I don't care but like a proper one like January where it was like an hour or something like that amendment. Even you know before that. But I'm the guy that sits in the fresh market while other people are shopping. And get the massage you're noxious. I'm that guy and I don't care. I don't shopping uncomfortable. I'm good good. I hope it upsets you and your Amazon Code. And you're in. You're in all the fresh organic food they. I'm getting my massage and I'm signed my name and sign sheep and doing it for fifteen minutes or twenty minutes or whatever. I don't care it's weird to walk by that and then some people are making noises while it's happening. It's like if you're in public man. I'm I'm massage should happen in a dark room with like that. Nice ambient music the music and maybe a little lavender. Okay I put my headphones on. I got my beats in. I'm listening to music. I don't even know they could rob you. Don't listen to their music. You listen your own using the girls in. Who's going to lead us it is. You're right because I don't WanNa talk to anybody either. Especially when I get my foot massagers I put my headphones on and I I don't even look up. I'm I am an elitist. One thousand massage tip. And then someone's GonNa hit you or something you know because you're in a vulnerable position you're laid down you're out in public in public is the least relaxing place to be as a human beings. You think you think much I just don I listen to a little ambiente. You know kind of like a Zen music and I'm in I'm in I'm in another world. Yes I may be twenty feet away from the partially in fresh market. But Hey my mind. I'm wearing another dimension. The reason I did say waylon and the people are texting in and saying this is that whalen will be the big bopper band and toured with Ricky Balance. Waylon Jennings was around that. He actually wasn't country I. He was like whatever they session guitarist. Yes he wasn't Waylon then don't like when went waylon really came into prominence was called them. W Yeah all right when we come back. 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"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Thing about Paul Stanley wanna make jokes about it because I'm sure other genital defect. I had some people have this, obviously. But I had no idea that Paul Stanley. I read an article going to book out or something article where he was saying he became a rockstar because he was bullied as a kid. Yeah. He had. I can't it's a long name. I don't know what it is. But basically one of his ears is deformed is like it's just like cartilage. I guess it ain't got no Kotla JR. Though. It's all cartilage conflict. So so he became a rockstar. Just so he could go back to the old neighborhood and say, hey, you should've treated me better made fun of my my ear now, what do you think of that? Now, you Lord it over the let's put the X infect about that. But as long as as loud as we've known that you've had that hair, and we didn't see her. I don't look like an old woman now. Now all aging Rockstars begin to resemble old women. Estrogen just to kind of thing that happens. It really doesn't matter. But what we're going to do today is not Paul. He presents tomorrow. Stories. Thanks. I this is the first I'm hearing of it. But it sounds like a what I say. Yes. Daily percents in which you Paul Stanley from kiss legendary rock band. You will present the store maga-. Stories, but they all lead back to something personal about his life. Gene was into Trump. I didn't know if you were into just copying me. I love Trump. Trump's doing so many good things for the economy. Investments look at the stock market. I mean, sky's the limit. Right. I do impulse daily percents tomorrow. You back off a little bit here. But all right. I'll be on Hannity tonight at eight. I will have a sounder for this deal that horrible one. I wanna make a new one this based on LA Bamba because the segment is listed. So I wanted to be. List? Something along those lines. But until. Autumn doing it there. Feed the reason that we do it is because Clive Cliver in my radio consultant guru has told me that the millennials. They don't like they don't like to. I wouldn't say that. Full articles essays daughter girlfriend. L D R. They want. They want listed Jarrett's wants me to reach out to the millennials speak in their language. So here's the horrible sound that gets going?.

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"la bamba" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on KCRW

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"la bamba" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on KTRH

"You know, because most of those trophy call like this wouldn't across the hall here all of that skews, Hispanic. No. Well, yeah. Actually, that's true. What are the five songs that every white person falls out to the mariachis when they're when they arrive in San Antonio need it material? Of. I wish that one ton Margarita do that one. Okay. The burrito. Yeah. Okay. One ton something. Okay. La Bamba there. Cucaracha? Thank you. Can you imagine when your kid drops out of school? It, dan. I want to pursue my dream. Are you gonna pay? You you want to be the next Ritchie Valance? Okay. All right, how stealth appoint how you how you gonna pay your bills. I'm not you not living under my roof. Well, I'm gonna be mariachi. You're gonna walk around being asked by white people. There's only five songs they know to ask for do. You realize what you've been doing all night? Yeah. And then they'll wanna sing along to they'll have that very smug. Look like, you know because they have to ask for a song. Sure. Would you like us on for the family for your lovely leading? Yeah. I think that would she's a good woman. I won't you play a lot Cucaracha all the family. Okay. Yeah. Okay. All right, guys. Let's fire up lot Cucaracha in two two tables over. So somebody else is doing LA Bamba. What else you got those three? Lethally? They don't know the name of it. So what would they call him? You know, what is funny? We ought to get us, you know, who's in a mariachi band. Our guy that owns southern front doors. His son is in a mariachi ban on the weekends. Just for..

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"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Lynn, welcome to the show. Hey, mark. Thanks accepting any of the of course, godfather about it would have to be the Manhattan penthouse in perfect murder with Michael Douglas when Paltrow Mortenson which was of course, a remake of Donald infomer- with Grace Kelly. So you don't you you want the the apartment where she was attack. Not the loft where the artist was living. Yeah. I want where she got her revenge. Oh in the in Michael Douglas's place, penthouse exactly the penthouse. That's not bad. That's not a bad. Yeah. I like that a couple of answers on Twitter, you ready for this, dab and Lynn. Jackie tree horns mansion from. The big lebowski. Yeah. Party, and this I like this one the house in Royal Tenenbaums? It was like that big Brownstone in New York. Did you see that movie? Lynn. No, I'm I'm into the the remakes of of the classic. Gotcha. Yeah. That was not a remake. But yeah, that's that's a good call on both of those Tom joins us in Atlanta. Tom welcome to the show. Hey, thanks, Mark. Appreciate it. Welcome buddy. Love your show. Thank you, sir. Weekend at Bernie's the beach each house that we can. Yeah. Oh, here's another one. How about the another Michael Douglas one? You remember the the beach house? He had in Wall Street. Oh, sure. That was that was a good one. And. Wow. All right. I gotta think about this. I thought I had my answer. Longoria is going to pick the house that Richie bought for his mom in LA Bamba. Yes. The nice little pool..

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"la bamba" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"A movie of the same name called LA Bamba. That's the one that went to number one for Los Lobos awesome group out of southern California. But that's not the one being preserved the one being preserved is the original by the guy who made it popular back in the late fifties. This version now being preserved by the library of congress sounds very similar right Ritchie Vallon. Now part of the library of congress. Such a great song Ritchie Valenzia original.

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"la bamba" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on KCRW

"My name is Jose van and we're getting into our two of the program. Before we get on with that. Let me catch you up in like, you know, we heard those last fifteen minutes with the six o'clock hour, we're detract from loyal Lobos wrong. Album coming out soon performed last night at the alongside you LA Bamba and one son. Gotta get there early to shows people. Impressive to see opening talent. Hearts ahead of that with peculiar not the hearts from Berlin that we've been playing but of different band. This one's just spelled H R eight eight RT s and weird peculiar Oliver tree in there with alien boy and apologies to the sensors. Trying to catch that one wasn't quick enough. Back with walls, featuring cap power can be performing at five points amphitheater in Irvine also want himself a couple of Grammy's. Grammy darling back. But it's just gave us perfect. Love started out with keep Francis. And bloodlines. Listen to attract from for gas. Guests dylan. Muscle. Five. Listening. Thanks so much for joining us here on KCRW. Keep going with the track. We premiered last week from KIRO. It's called the piece of me. And it's KCRW..

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"la bamba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Something like that? Yeah. Wow. This is a good choice to how did you come up with this being so young? I always loved those rock and roll. And I remember the movie LA Bamba his way to open in the end one. Yeah. Yeah. I was going to say that when you first said sleep the way LA baba open and what I was talking about. That is great. Rachel good job. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One award point five LA Bamba. The Ritchie Valance story from nineteen eighty seven Lou diamond Phillips plays Richie balance. And it opens up where these kids are playing. And there's a plane flying overhead and this music is playing and the, you know, they look up in the sky at the plane, and then all of a sudden the plane just blows crashes and Lou diamond Phillips playing Ritchie Valentine's weeks up and like he's having a nightmare. That he was afraid to fly in the real story as always a real story when it comes to a movie was dead, which you've Valentine's never been in a plane before. And there was a record guy whose name I can't remember who had the third seat on the plane and Rishi valley's and this record guy ended up tossing a coin to see who would get the third seat on the plane the first one which evaluates at the second Valentine's wins the coin to us and gets the seat on the plane and announces is the first thing I've ever won in my life. Seventeen years old one eight hundred two eight three one.

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"la bamba" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You seen LA Bamba? Yeah. Oh, yes. Have you ever seen the movie LA Bamba with Lou diamond Phillips as Ritchie Valens? I don't think. So. But my movie expertise is not that you and stuff and should put that movie on your viewing list there. It's a really really good movie. Oh, extreme would Steve checks in sixteen years ago yesterday space shuttle disaster? On the second. Yesterday would have been the first. Yeah. Yesterday was the first which space shuttle disaster, wait there, the one that was coming in for landing not the one that was taking off this is the other. So that was the one that was coming back to earth that broke up on re entry. So I was still a producer WGN. I had given. I I'd been producing John on Saturday mornings and John gave up ceremony show and see Bertrand was doing it for a while. And then I give it up that because I had started producing Steve DALE'S national radio show through another company called animal planet radio at the time before I started my own company and on Saturday mornings, I still came downtown. But I went over there to produce his show. Okay. And I was I would stop by the station, and usually do a little editing work before I hit it over to the other place to do Steve show. And I and Beth swerve heads recently taken over the Saturday morning show. And was I. She wasn't a full-time produce yet. I think she was still part time before she produced Kathy and Judy. And so she was there and this happened while I was there. And so I stayed with her for the show, and we we got guests on in Texas who had pieces of wreckage in their yard. That's right. It did fall in. Yeah. I'm looking you know, I post a on this date, and I'm going to say that that pretty much was the end of the space shuttle program, I believe they flew again. But you knew that I imagined from then on there. They said, okay, we're moving onto the next phase here the shuttle's did fly again after that one. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I think it was a couple of years later, though. Yeah. This is for. For Jess how we just and we just passed the anniversary of the challenger in the last week. Because that's the twenty sixth. I wanna say in January. Yeah. Yeah. Like two days after the bears won the Super Bowl or a day after the bears won the Super Bowl when that happened. Yeah. The second. Oh, I'm sorry. Thank you listener from.

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"la bamba" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WLAC

"And we're buddy Holly looked like the producer. Yeah. And he'd just hit hit an incredible mind for producing he was doing things in a recording studio back then that people marvel at today who who's the one who actually flip the coin between also and Ritchie Valens. Well, there's dozens of people claim they flipped it all the evidence points at Tommy also Dion from the dome is just a couple of years ago came out and said, well, no, I'm the one that's flip the coin. Bob HALE, the coin should be in a museum somewhere while the coin is. Tommy owned as saloon call. The coin flip saloon. Yeah. Yeah. If he had it for years and the coin was was framed. And at least he said that was the coin on the wall. Let's go. In Tucson, Arizona. Hi, isaiah. Morning. Good morning. You're just also as well. It's. Coasttocoastam about four five months from the first night. I was hooked completely sold. And thank you so much for those intriguing informative in over great programs. I have a common question number one. How music has totally changed and not necessarily in a good way. Those times were so exciting days of the words, the music rhythm themselves were just extrordinary my personal opinion. But in the movie, LA Bamba, also I wanted to know by any chance it changed at Mr. Ritchie valley had like a dreams or premonitions that he was going to die in a plane crash. I believe that that's also indicated in the mobile Alabama. Is there any information with regards to that has anybody elaborated more with regards to that specific situation because according to what should have seen like he was somewhat scared because she had dreams and had a certain scenes. Like that something was going to happen. Twin was not going to live for long time. So I wanted to see what your guest has an information about that worship informed in the book as well. You know, it's it's it's interesting for guy who supposedly head premonitions dying plane crash he begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't want to be on the plane. He you know, he he was begging to be on the plane. I've got a nobody of information that I have gathered two years in the end, according to the notebook their accounts of everybody involved having premonitions of this plane crash, and and and I doubt validity of most of it. I do believe in premonitions, but Richie if he had that premonition he fought pretty hard to get on that airplane. So I don't know do, you know, by the way, the name Lebombo really has to do with the name of a dance. Yes. In those days. Yeah. The song LA Bamba is a traditional kind of Mexican folks on kids kids sing it when they're little. Yes. And he just be brought it to the US radio and it just took off like a rocket ship. Oh, yeah. And others have done it since in. But nobody nobody does it like Richie had he been in any movies at the time. Where he was too young for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was just really just starting to get going. Yep. When did the Beatles? Hit it in the mid early sixties. Right. Yeah. I think what was it sixty three that they they came to New York. I think so they came after Valentine's at all ready past. And you know, that's the interesting thing that I interviewed Don McLean for my book. Hey, buddy. And you know, he talked about the fact that people. You know, proclaimed this British invasion, and he said, you know, there really wasn't a British invasion. They said, even the Beatles. He's a John Lennon stated that they were shocked when they arrived United States. Find people were saying this is this new kind of music coming from England. And he said he said people had already forgotten buddy. He said all we were doing recreating, buddy. And we brought it back to the United States. He says it wasn't a British invasion. He said it was the reinvasion of buddy..

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"la bamba" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You know, it's it's it's interesting for guy who supposedly head premonitions using plane crash he begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't want to be on the plane. He you know, he he he was begging to be on the plane. I've got a notebook of information that I have gathered two years in the end. According to the notebook their accounts of everybody involved having premonitions of this plane crash. And and and I doubt the validity of most of it. I do believe in premonitions, but Richie if he actually had that premonition he fought pretty hard to get on that airplane. So I don't know. And do you know, by the way, the name LA Bamba really has to do with the name of a dance? Yes. In those days. Get a song. La Bamba is a traditional kind of Mexican folks on kids kids sing it when they're little. Yes. And he just be brought it to the US radio and it just took off like a rocket ship. Oh, yeah. And others have done it since in. But nobody nobody does it like Richie had he been in any movies at the time. Where he was too young for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was just really just starting to get going. Yeah. When did the Beatles? Hit in the mid early sixties. Right. Yeah. I think what was it sixty three that they they came to New York. I think so they came after Valentine's at all past. And and you know, that's the interesting thing that I interviewed Don McLean. You know for my book. Hey, buddy. And he talked about the fact that people. You know, proclaimed this British invasion, and he's there really wasn't a British invasion. They said, even the Beatles. He's a John Lennon stated that they were shocked when they arrived United States. Find people were saying this is this new kind of music coming from England. And he said he said people had already forgotten buddy. He said all we were doing recreating, buddy. And we brought it back to the United States. He says it wasn't a British invasion. He said it was the reinvasion of buddy, Holly. Let's go to Don in Santa Cruz, California. Hello, Donald welcome to the program. I fellow so say I saw the movie buddy Holly way back when the old fogies the older people in the cloud. We're saying when buddy hi with on the state go, he's a bad influence, he's bringing jungle instincts, and you know, if the government did have him killed what's probably for that reason because rock and roll he was one of the founding fathers. Yes. Rock and roll my opinion. What's America's victory dance for winning World War Two I for all that misery interesting? And the one thing I've noticed about all these deaths from get Morrison Jimi Hendrix, and everyone else is the public has been sitting on their hands like a bunch of monkeys with their eyes and ears in their mouth shut wearing to stop being slobs and watch the slaughter just with without saying anything. Okay. I don't follow that. I don't follow that. At all, Gary, do you know, I I mean, I I'm I'm kind of interpreting that he thinks that the stars are being slaughtered. Because of the example, they're setting I like murdered. Yeah. Is that what you're saying? Well, we get back to the mafia situation with the buddy Holly. Yeah. That's I believe that's real. I mean, Peggy sue says the buddy was worried about it that he was being pursued. You're trying to force him to to sign away his rights and his music, and and you had a caller go talk about the fact that buddy, mild, mild-mannered bees. But he was a he's a pretty tough kid. And in all accounts are that he was a very strong minded. I mean, you know, somebody somebody said me one time, I can't believe buddy. Holly carried a gun. I said he's from Texas. I said you should only be surprised if he didn't carry a gun at that time. So I think he was he was he was a, you know, kind wonderful young man, very, very tough spirited. And then he wasn't about to give up his music. No, not at all. We're almost done give people your website, Gary, and how can they get your book? Gary w Moore dot com is the website and make sure you put in the w or you end up the website of a dead Rockstars, Gary w Moore my publisher actually texted me a little while ago. And he said if they if they go to the publishing website, which is Savvas Beatty s. Avi. A.

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"la bamba" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:21 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WTVN

"With Gary Moore. Gary was the big Bopper a one hit wonder with that song chantilly lace? Like buddy like, Richie his career was very short. But he had written a lot of songs that have recorded by other people and it done, you know, very very well. Big hit by George Jones, white lightning. They bopper. Still a DJ while all this was going on. He was he was getting there wasn't a lot of money in rock and roll of time. And and so he was still DJ, but he's a guy and his son was with a very talented guy, and he passed away just just going, you know. Something I think you're you're find interesting. The sun believed all the conspiracy theories audible can believe that his father the reason he was so far away from the airplane. He said he was crawling to safety and buddy Holly, killing can he he believed that so firmly that they had the body exhumed and had and had a had it examined, and they found there were no bullet holes and the big Bopper wasn't crawling anywhere because he could not find a bone in his body. That was not broken. Oh god. I I have seen some video of the crash scene on YouTube, and I think you can see the bodies out there. Yes. He can he can. And the sheriff is looking at them. Yeah. It was just he was a grisly sight. And I mentioned earlier I had a conversation with a priest who was who is called the site. And he said it's something that he wishes he'd never had. You were pieces of bodies that were separated from the probably terrible. I would assume the caskets were all closed worthy. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. Have you ever been to the crash site? I have been to the crash site. Is it a strange feeling when you're there? He was he was very strange. I'll tell you a funny story is I I was driving out to the crash site. And I arrived to where my GPS said it was there. But I I didn't see any and I couldn't see any signs or anything. It was just a cornfield well across the street. There was a man a farmer on his tractor. So I parked out of my car and started watching towards him and he pointed to the field, and I looked at him. Again, he pointed the field. So why why why I walk over to introduce myself? And I said you've pointing over to that field. He goes. Well, that's why you're here, aren't you? He's whilst would you come down this road? And so he told me that he was born in that house living at house. He was in high school when when buddy crashed and people small of the world are there. Non stop all hours a day all hours than either monuments author now there's a little there's there's little plates. But the interesting thing he's lived there all his life. He's never been he'd never walked the half mile to crash site. Wow. And asked him I said, why did you come with me? Let's go. And he says hi says he's there's nothing here, but sadness. He's right. He's right. Which you can you feel that sad this when you're out there? You know, I felt sadness felt sheer joy was just when I got when I was I got out there. It was raining. I'm out there in the mud. It was it was you know, and I was cold. Then all of a sudden, the clouds broke the sun. The sun was bright. And it was just a. Writing the book. Hey, buddy, was the oddest experience in my life. And the things that I felt while riding and author of other books that I never ever felt what I felt well writing this book was just. You know, the the the joy to sadness the unusual experiences. The some of the hate mail that you receive friend lawsuits because of some of the things I said about the the flight instructor, and they know the charter over. So it's just he was hot experienced them. I'm also very grateful that I wrote the book, and it's the book. Hey, buddy is impacted a lot of people. And that's what you're working on a documentary. I absolutely am. We're working our documentary. We hope that we will start filming that in about ninety days. So we're very excited about it. And it'll cover, you know, the information to book, but also the other things that have happened since then the other conversation. So I think people find it quite fascinating. In your opinion, as we take final calls here. What do you think happened that night? I think that it's a it was very clearly an experienced pilot, bad weather, a high performance airplane. It was overloaded probably out of the weight and balance was odd. I don't think there's any other explanation. The crash site indicates the weights to wreckage is is is is compiled indicates all of that. And so the. Paranormal the conspiracies regarding the crash site. I don't believe that there's any of it there. I think what's happened since then is pretty bizarre. Have you ever been on a small jet where you have one seat and then two seats over? Yes. You've got the one seed I'll two seats. I was sitting in the one of the seats in the front and a flight attendant came up to me and said, sir. Can you sit in the back for us? Yes. The plans having trouble getting off. One guy is going to make from planes steak. So you can imagine these four people in the small Beechcraft. Yes. Yeah. Wait and balances as the smart of the plane to more critical, it becomes and you have to have the weight centered over the wing, it has to be the balancing point, you know, if not the detail, sinks, and and or or the, you know, the the front end will thank you gotta you gotta have a balanced, and I think the big Bopper being a last minute change on that plane. Been determining factor. Let's go to Sean in Stockton, California. Sean, welcome to the show. Hi there. Good evening, George listen regularly. And I love the show. Thank you, Sean. I happened to meet a friend of buddy Holly's his name was Dale Hawkins. And one thing that he volunteered to me. Everybody thought the buddy was mild mannered. But as he put it he never took Duff from anyone he was very tenacious. And one thing I asked him about the movie, and he said something very interesting. He said, well, he didn't like Gary Busey doing the scene in of buddy songs, and it was pretty interesting, and he's got a tight to a friend and guest of yours. John Fogerty Hawkins wrote and performed Suzie to that credence made famous. I sure did I thought he did a good job playing. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. But he him being a professional musician. I see the point, you know. And it's a very rare comment to me. But he he Dale Hawkins. A he was a very famous rockabilly musician, and he had some famous musicians with them to he had Scottie war who went with Elvis, and he had ROY Buchanan. And and I think probably a few other people, and he said that his rockabilly music was down by the British invasion at the time. And the other interesting thing that he told me that you mentioned earlier, he became a backup singer for ROY orbison. How about that? Isn't that too much something that's very interesting? Thanks. Thanks for the tidbits shot. I appreciate that that stop Joe. Long Island New York. Hi joseph. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi, Gary a couple of questions one would be on the music and second on the crash on the music. How would you have projected these artists not twenty years out ten years? I would say three years out from that moment had they lived. What would you project it them? My question on the crash would be on the scene. Just think any of them would have the man without getting a premonition just to say, hey, I'm not going to get on the crash because they don't have the odds in front of them. It's still probably look like the odds, you know, or workload. And a sense that you know, I was thinking even in an Uber, for example, like this driverless cars, what are you gonna do you watch wants to rent a car? What are you gonna tell you for? Without a driver. Hey, let me off. I don't like the way of driving. But also, you know, the pilot being twenty one I think at that time a twenty one year old pilot would not have Dame considered too young. I think the the bombers and and World War Two way young. Yes. That's right. And so maybe from that perspective at that time that wasn't an to younger a pilot and then also just on the mob. I never really I mean, I haven't studied the topic. But I never really heard of mobsters really inching up to honest to that extent where they would knock them off. Well, there's there's interesting book Tommy James Tommy James wrote a book called my music in the mob. And he recounts near the fact that, you know, basically, his money was stolen here for him for twenty years of his career any talk in the book, he talks about the threats, and and and what was happening. Yeah. It's something that's not real well known. But it's it is. It was a fact that the time they answer questions real real quick first of all projecting the music out, you know, three years, mostly they're all headed for stardom more thing. Absolutely. Most people feel the buddy was headed for stardom as a producer more than as a as an artist in. And they've felt that Richie was going to be there as far as. Reforming the superstar. And and and I agree with that. Well, look the part. Handsome, kid, incredibly talented. Yeah. Absolutely. Yup. And we're buddy Holly looked like the producer. Yeah. And he just hit an incredible mind for Pusey. He was doing things in a recording studio back then that people marvel at today who who's the one who actually flip the coin between also and Ritchie Valens. Well, there are dozens of people claim they flipped it all the evidence points. Tommy, also Dion from the Delmas just a couple of years ago came out and said, well, no, I'm the one that's left. The coin Bob healthy the coin should be in a museum somewhere while the coin is. Tommy owned as saloon call. The coin flip saloon. Yeah. Yeah. If he had it for years and the coin was was framed. And at least he said that was the coin and on the wall. Let's go in Tucson, Arizona. Hi is area. You're in the morning. Good morning. Your guest also as well. It's. Of to of course from about four or five months from the first night. I was hooked completely sold. And thank you so much for those intriguing informative in overall great programs. I have a common in question. Number one. How music has totally changed and not necessarily in a good way. Those times were so exciting days. The words the music or rhythm themselves were just extraordinary my personal opinion. But in the movie, LA Bamba Balshaw I wanted to know by chance. It changed. Mr. Ritchie valley had like dreams or premonitions that he was going to die in the plane crash. I believe that that's also indicated in the movie, LA Bamba is your information with regards to that has anybody elaborated more where regards to that specific situation because according to what it show had seen like he was somewhat scared because she had dreams and had a certain seems like an issue that something was going to happen. It was not going to live for a long time. So I wanted to see what your guest has information about that. Or is it informed in the book as well? You know, it's it's it's it's interesting for a guy who supposedly had premonitions dining plane crash. He begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't wanna be on the plane. He you know, he he was begging to be on the plane. I've got a notebook of information that I have gathered two years in the end, according to the notebook their accounts of everybody involved having permanent. I do believe in premonitions the Richie. If he actually had that premonition he fought pretty hard to get on that airplane. So I I don't know do, you know, by the way, the name LA Bamba really has to do with the name of a dance. Yes. In those days. Yeah. The song LA Bamba is a traditional kind of Mexicans oaks on kids kids. Sing it when they're little. Yes. And he just be brought to the US radio and it just took off like a rocket ship. Oh, yeah. And others have done it since in. But nobody nobody does it like Ritchie had he been in any movies at the time. Where he was too young for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was just really just starting to get going. Yep. When did the Beatles hit it in the mid east, Texas. I said usually spiced if you didn't carry a gun at that time. So I think he was he was he was a, you know, kind wonderful young man, very, very tough spirited. And then he wasn't about to give up his music. No, not at all. We're almost done give people your website, Gary, and how can they get your book? Gary w Moore dot com is the website and make sure you put in the w or you end up the website of a dead Rockstars, Gary w Moore my publisher actually texted me a little while ago. And he said if they if they go to the publishing website, which is savage Beatty. SAVE ASPCA T I, E dot com and order the book and type in coast..

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"la bamba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I would say three years out from that moment had they lived. What would you have project us them? My question on the crash would be on the scene just think any of them would have the Accu man without getting, you know, a premonition just to say I'm not going to get on the crash 'cause they don't have the odds in front of them. It's still probably look like the odds were. You know or were good and a sense that you know, I was thinking even an Uber, for example like this rival. 'cause what are you gonna do you watch wants to rent a car? What are you going to tell you for without a driver? Hey, let me off. I don't like the way of driving. But also, you know, the pilot being twenty one I think at that time a twenty one year old pilot would not have Dame considered too young. I think the the bombers and and World War Two way on. Yes. That's right. And so maybe from that perspective at that time that wasn't an to younger for pilot and then also just on the mob. I never really I mean, I haven't studied the topic. But I never really heard of mobsters really inching up to artists to that extent where they would knocked them off. Well, there's there's interesting book. Tommy, James, Tommy James wrote. A book called my music in the mob. And he recounts near the fact that, you know, basically, his money was stolen for him for twenty years of his career any talk in the book, he talks about the threats, and and and what was happening. Yeah. It's something that's not real well known. But it's it is. It was a fact that the time to answer your questions real good deal. You real quick first of all projecting the music out, you know, three years, mostly they're all headed for starter more. Absolutely. Most people feel the buddy was headed for stardom as a producer more than as a as an artist in. And they've helped Ritchie was going to be there as far as performing the superstar. And and and I agree with that. Well, Ritchie look the part. Handsome, kid, incredibly talented. Yeah. Absolutely. Yup. And we're buddy Holly looked like a producer. Yeah. And he just he had an incredible mind for Pusey. He was doing things in a recording studio back then that people marvel at today who who's the one who actually flip the coin between also and Ritchie Valens. Well, there's dozens of people claim they flipped it all the evidence points at Tommy also Dion from the out of the dumbest just a couple of years ago came out and said, well, no, I'm the one that flip the coin. Bob HALE, the the coin should be in a museum somewhere while the coin is. Tommy owned a saloon call. The coin flip saloon. Yeah. Yeah. If he had it for years and the coin was was framed. And at least he said that was the coin in on the wall. Let's go to Zia in Tucson Arizona is area. Good morning. Good morning. Your guest also as well. It's team coast to coast from about four or five months from the first night. I was hooked completely sold. And thank you so much for those intriguing informative in over great programs. I have a common question number one. How music has totally change and not necessarily in a good way. Those times we're so exciting days. The words the music rhythm themselves were just extrordinary my personal opinion. But the movie LA Bamba on fossil. I wanted to know by any chance. Changed? Mr. Ritchie valley had like a dreams or premonitions that he was going to die in a plane crash. I believe that that's also indicated in the movie, LA Bamba is your information where regards to them has anybody elaborated more with regards to that specific situation because according to what it show had seen like he was somewhat scared because she had dreams and had a certain seems like from an issue that something was going to happen. Was not going to live for a long time. Someone that will see what your guest has information about the origin informed in the book as well. You know, it's it's it's interesting for a guy who supposedly had premonitions dining plane crash. He begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't want to be on the plane. He you know, he he was begging to be on the plane..

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"la bamba" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on KTRH

"The topic. But I never really heard of mobsters really inching up to artists to that extent where they would knock them off. Well, there's interesting book Tommy James, and Sean Dell's Tommy James wrote a book called my music in the mob, and he recounts, and there the fact that, you know, basically, his money was stolen for him for twenty years of his career any talk in the book, he talks about the threats, and and and what was happening. Yeah. It's something that's not real well known. But it's it is. It was a fact at the time. They answer your questions real quick first of all projecting the music out three years, mostly they're all headed for stardom more thing. Absolutely. Most people feel the buddy was headed for stardom as a producer more than as a as an artist in. And they felt that Richie was going to be there as far as performing the superstar. And and and I agree with that, Richard. Look the part. Handsome, kid, incredibly talented. Yeah. Absolutely. Yup. And we're buddy Holly looked like the producer. And he just he had an incredible mind for producing he was doing things in a recording studio back then that people marvel at today who who's the one who actually flip the coin between also and Ritchie Valens rather dozens of people claim they flipped it all the evidence points at Tommy also Dion from Deanna the dumbest just a couple of years ago came out and said, well, no, I'm the one that's left the coin. Bob HALE, the the coin should be in a museum somewhere while the coin is. Tommy owned as saloon called the coin flip saloon. Yeah. Yeah. If he had it for years and the coin was was framed. And at least he said that was the coin and on the wall. Let's go ties Ahah in Tucson, Arizona. Hi, Isaiah good morning. Good morning. Your guest also as well. Hi, it's team. Coasttocoastam about four or five months from the first night. I was hooked completely sold. And thank you so much for those intriguing informative in oval great programs. I have a common question number one. How music has totally change and not necessarily in a good way. Those times were so exciting days. The the words the music rhythm themselves were just extraordinarily my personal opinion. But in the movie, LA Bamba, also I wanted to know by any chance. It changed. Mr. Ritchie valley had like a dream or premonitions that he was going to die in a plane crash. I believe that that's also indicated in the movie LA Bamba information with regards to them has anybody elaborated more with regards to that specific situation because according to what it show like he was somewhat scared because she had dreams and had a certain like. Something was going to happen twelve not going to live a long time. So I wonder what's your guest has information about the origin informed in the book as well. You know, it's it's it's it's interesting for guy who supposedly had premonitions dining plane crash. He begged to be on that plane. And so it wasn't that. He didn't want to be on the plane. He you know, he he was begging to be on the plane. I've got a notebook of information that I have gathered two years in the end, according to know book there their accounts of everybody involved having premonitions of this plane crash. And and and I doubt the validity of most of it. I do believe in premonitions, but Richie if he had that premonition he fought pretty hard to get on that airplane. So I I don't know do, you know, by the way, the name LA Bamba really has to do with the name of dance. Yes. In those days. Yeah. The song Alabama is easy traditional kind of Mexican folks on kids kids sing it when they're little. Yes. And he just be brought to the US radio and it just took off like a rocket ship. Oh, yeah. And others have done it since then. But nobody nobody does it like Ritchie had he been in any movies at the time. He was too young for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was just really just starting to get going. Yep. When did the Beatles? Hit it in the mid early sixties. Right. Yeah. I think what was it sixty three that they came to New York. I think so they came after Valentine's had already passed and anyhow. That's the interesting thing that I interviewed Don McLean for my book. Hey, buddy. And he talked about the fact that people. You know, proclaimed this British invasion, and he said, you know, there really wasn't a British invasion. They said, even the Beatles. He's a John Lennon stated that they were shocked when they arrived United States. Find people were saying this is this new kind of music coming from England. And he said he said people already forgotten buddy. He said all we were doing recreating, buddy. And we brought it back to the United States. He says it wasn't a British invasion. He said it was the reinvasion of buddy, Holly. Let's go to Don in Santa Cruz, California. Hello, Donald welcome to the program. I fellow. So I saw the movie buddy Holly way back when the old fogies the elder people in the crowd were saying when buddy Jo he's a bad influence, he's bringing jungle instincts, and you know, the government have them killed was probably for that reason because rock and roll he was one of the founding fathers. Yes. And rock and roll my opinion. What's America's victory dance for winning a World War Two for all that misery interesting? And the one thing I've noticed about all these deaths from Morrison Jimi Hendrix, and everyone else is the public has been sitting on their hands like a bunch of monkeys..

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"la bamba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"la bamba" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"We'll get into this shade here is than in. No, there are some listeners of from this era. Belong. Timeless knows that. I'm not a big fan of ole music called oldies music, which would be the music of the nineteen fifties in particular, right? Like chantilly lace Shirai Bill. Do I like chantilly lace, which take we'll see? I don't know if it's actually an oldie song or nad. Yeah. This is where it gets miss. He I do like LA Bamba in a liquid name, the big Bopper and you'll yeah, I guess, it's a complicated. And yeah. Like the blues brothers. I don't know if they're connected to the fifty so Bill. You're right, though, they do play into the tach tonight sappy, which I guess you already know. So it would I so, yeah, it's like a strange strange relationship a strange to strained relationship with music in the nineteen fifties. A which I'm just categorizing based on my own window, which is very narrow. So when I say, oldies, I guess they just mean the music may parents like maybe that'll be the way it is for my daughter, and I said to myself, this is interesting in then recently. So then Bill earlier this summer in guessing for us. It was the spring when we recording episodes about great New York state fair. Right. It was June. You're right Bill. We recorded those in. We're talking about the free cancers to see fair and shun on knock came up in a new that was like some sort of band related to nineteen fifties music in. There was a TV show that I may have seen as a kid. But I didn't really remember. And I remember, I remember bows. Earlier was he was the base of the boss Nova, whatever the person with the deep voice into tallest of this Jonah as in other than that at this Bill. I didn't really remember. I said, Ooh, I don't know that too. There's something about these nineteen fifties in things that it's a repelling me away noticing some sort of charge there. Right Bill, right. Is so thin would happen. So I had in my mind, then in then my daughter went and saw. Aw. A local version of the musical grease. And immediately from that point forward insisted on singing in listening to the music of the from the musical grease over and over again in it brought me back to saying. Hey, went did have a c I mean, I remember the music of Greece though, some of it was a surprise to me. Bill O. Yeah. Should explain? What Greece's you're right Bill, and then Shannon as more for a slow reveal though. Okay. So Greece was a musical that. I believe came out in like, I don't know when a hit Broadway. I guess we could look it up. Let me give you my impressions, a it was a musical on Broadway. Then it was a movie. In the seventies. And it was starring John Travolta in a Livia. Newton. Jan in. It was a musical about that took place in the nineteen fifties in Canada, celebrated the musical genre e end just as the fifties experience. You you think? Correct Bill barely right. I mean. But that's what I remember about him. I think I saw the movie grease to in. I'm not even kidding like mostly, and I don't even know in. Then I did have huge crush v. Newton Jan in L. So used to get living Newton, John and prince's this might sound wild to some people, but Princess Di and living Newton John mixed a just in my head or is able to remind me of each other. And they one another, and they would give me that good feeling. You know, wasn't a giant crush living. Newton. Jan maybe. Yeah. Just was I guess Bill. I don't know if I was comfortable saying that I was just attracted to her. But I guess I'll use your words. I think it was more. So, but I didn't really watch is a grease musical Somme traction didn't stem from that in that may be the first time. I saw Greece probably wasn't when it came out. It was my many years later. After I'd seen Greece to you're right in American. Sure. Remember who the lead was increased to kind of in that. I can't really remember anything else. Right. And then there was the okay? Let's let's take one thing at a time though. Billets naked ahead of ourselves. You want like about outsiders, another movie did see but like afterwards..

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