22 Burst results for "Linda Ronstadt"

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"You know so you could get it on any level intellectual could get it on a purely physical spiritual mental any kind of level. You wanted and linda run instead. Here's an email from walt. Who's is you did. A great job with mariachi music. Please explore this well. Mexican music was in my in my ears and in my radio and my dad's mouth. You know from the time that i was born. I thought when i was a little girl that people sang in spanish and they spoke in english. So i thought i thought spanish was this sort of musical language. Somehow we learned all the songs kind phonetically didn't always know that they meant until i recorded them professionally. I grew up. Singing was still there really depleting again. It's a different rhythm culture the The the rhythm culture of the sawn is is indigenous mexican. it's not west african. it's not european and it's harder than hacked to try to learn it off. And fortunately since i grew up listening to and i was able to do it but it took a lot of wood shitty to get myself up to a professional level so that i could sing the mexican style. I wonder a how much serious teaching you had musically or. I didn't have any formal teaching. I remember piano lessons so badly. And my mom sent me off to this catholic nun at our catholic school. You know and i didn't do something right. And she hit my hand and my mother was really upset but instead of finding me another teacher. That wouldn't hit me. You know. I just never got. I never got piano lessons. So i would. Sort of learn by ear to copy. What my sister and brother would play in their piano lessons but With mexican music was simply question. Just listening to records. I listened to lola beltran and emolument dosa and that through ocala veras and the trio doddie guti. Those are my four big sources..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Making albums. Tell us about making the album. Heart like a wheel. I had heard this song. Taxicab called heart like a wheel. Jerry jeff walker it to me. It was you know. Just six o'clock in the morning the sun was coming up and i. It is for all practical purposes. We i think we could define it as an art song. It is a beautiful beautiful. Wasn't quite folk. Music is certainly wasn't moroccan. Roll wasn't pop music. I didn't know what it was. But i knew i had to sing. It and i knew that was the direction i wanted to go in. So i went back to los angeles. And i started begging producers and record companies. Want to record this song go. That's corny. it's not a hit. So i just held onto it sort of put it away in my pocket. Because i don't want the song to get its feelings hurt and then one night. We were getting ready to play. Carnegie hall and andrew. Gold was in my band and he. He didn't learn the song for some reason from someplace and he was playing the intro to it. I said i love that song. Put it in the show tomorrow so we put it in the show and we got a tremendous response from the carnegie hall club crowd..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Heart like a wheel. Well i had heard this song and taxicab. Who called heart like a wheel. Jerry jeff walker sung it to me. It was you know. Just six o'clock in the morning as the sun was coming up and i. It is for all practical purposes. You we. I think we could define it as an art song. It is a beautiful beautiful. Wasn't quite folk. Music is certainly wasn't rock and roll wasn't pop music. I didn't know what it was. But i knew i had to sing. It and i knew that was the direction i wanted to go in. So i went back to los angeles and i started begging producers record companies. Want to record this song harley really. That's corny. It's not a hit so i just held onto it. Sorta put it away in my back pocket. Because i don't want to get its feelings hurt and then one night. We were getting ready to play carnegie hall and andrew gold in my band and he. He didn't learn the song for some reason from someplace and he was playing the intro to it. I said i love that song. Let's put it in the show tomorrow so we put it in the show and we got a tremendous response from the carnegie hall. Cloud crowd data monday through. Did you have somebody in mind when you saying this always everything. Yeah and that sort of helps well. It just becomes what you're talking. You're talking to someone when nursing. Always yeah i mean i have to say sometimes you single ride. This appointment might be disappointment. Just went to the market and you're trying to buy certain kinds of words motor pickles and they didn't have so you. Just it's ongoing. It's not the same each time and it could be one person at the beginning of the sentence somebody else in the middle of the sentence and somebody else at the end you know. It's not always the same person because you don't always because the the the feeling doesn't always fit one person or one situation but it's always flexible more conversation with linda ronstadt when we come back. Here's the my conversation with rock and roll hall of famer lender ronstadt recorded in july two thousand fourteen. We got lots of callers. Waiting will open the phone. That's go to richard in deerfield beach. Florida there you're on the air orlando. Linda hi diane..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

04:50 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Diane on my mind take it yet. Break this but we've left you special sear in swat where away some favored interviews with musicians from the diane rain show archive every priding will post a new one. Today is his conversation. With vendor ronstadt corden july two thousand fourteen she and i had both received the presidential medal of honor the previous day and she graciously agreed to join me in the studio the very next day. I'm so glad she did legendary sing. Lend ron staff has sold more hundred million records in her forty year career. She's best for chart-topping hits like. You're no good blue by you. And when will i be loved. Ronstadt was first female artist in popular in music history to release four consecutive platinum albums but last year diagnosis. So parkinson's disease forced her to stop saying she's in washington. Dc this week. Where he has today. She received the national medal of arts from president obama than ronstadt. Join us in the studio to talk about. Her is to start her life in music and living with parkinson's and linda ronstadt. Welcome the diane dream. Show thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad to see you delighted. Tell us Bell that's fair yesterday and how you felt. Well i think most is also say. I don't know if you agree with this or not. But i felt like a fraud i felt. Surely they'd made a mistake and they would be telling me any minute that i needed to call the wrong list else. World felt that way. Well i think a lot of people do i mean i just think i guess because art is an ongoing process in. You always think you're going to correct the mistake. She made the day before. It's just painful for me to listen to any of my old records wreck my week. You know ruin the month. Actually i always think. I can't say i never was able to sing. And now here's proof. You know like like that kind..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on Life Will Be the Death of Me with Chelsea Handler

"They'll do the exact same show. I mean forty year old bomb which can sometimes be like a total turn off. Mike hanging out lounge in my room and just like listening to linda ronstadt. That's kind of like a little throwing offer a lot of gay men but like you know. I know someone someone will love that. They'll love that low key energy that you bring that it's like cool little mysterious but also maternal so embrace you know. Yeah you're gonna find somebody that's gonna love everything about you. It's just a matter of weeding out and you know every step on the way to finding that person you know if that's what's important you and you want to find that person then you will and every step on the way to. That is fine because it's just a step closer to what you're looking for which is actually a serious more meaningful exchange right. Well cheers that. Let us know how it goes also grind. You have beautiful skin. Thanks thanks all right. Well let us know what happens. Keep us posted on life would ya. Thanks everyone by grant. I grant by by another problem solved. I mean dating for people to be direct. When you're dating it's good to be like like it. Come off a little harsh. Like if i say it you know. But he's sweet and nice and he says like hey. I'm not looking for friends. That's that's much different thing than me. Saying i'm looking at the games that people play and a lot of people you know. They don't want to say that because they don't want to come off too strong or too eager to interested so they just let it like ride and then they end up. Grant is and it's frustrating for everyone. It's like if everyone were honest with what they wanted..

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Roger Hawkins, Drummer for 'The Swampers,' Dies at 75

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Roger Hawkins, Drummer for 'The Swampers,' Dies at 75

"The original drummer for legendary studio band has died Roger Hawkins played for the swappers the muscle shoals band that was immortalized by being name checked in the Lynyrd Skynyrd song sweet home Alabama however he and his bandmates played on many more than just a song or two the man can be heard on hundreds of hit songs recorded by some of the biggest names in the business Aretha Franklin Wilson Pickett Bob Seger Paul Simon James Brown Linda Ronstadt and Alicia keys among them Hawkins has died after an extended illness he was seventy five years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Seventy three year old Linda Ronstadt has been in the news lately the pop icon recently received a Kennedy center award and has been using her visibility to talk some politics ms rice said seems to be a nice person who is suffering grievously from Parkinson's disease as an American she's entitled to voice her opinion and not be personally disparaged for doing that what she can and should be corrected when she spouts nonsense Linda Ronstadt believes a Donald Trump is similar to Adolf Hitler she says the president is demonizing Mexicans the way Hitler stigmatize views she puts forth that hating Mexicans is a primary reason the Donald Trump was elected president this is a French physician but one that embraced by more than a few people of course the anti trump press will not challenge Linda Ronstadt but she should be held to account the singer says he's read a lot about **** Germany and the run up to it so she's absolutely sure that the Hitler trump comparison is true but it's not true in fact the propaganda Linda Ronstadt is putting out there is actually insulting to millions of Americans have you written two books on the third Reich killing Patton and killing the SS and another book called the United States of trump I can easily refute Linda Ronstadt's fallacious very Adolf Hitler was a violent cycle path who is actually incarcerated by German authorities for fostering rebellion before finding his way to power in the early nineteen thirties he used a private army to terrorize opponents and wrote a book clearly stating his hatred towards Jews communists and others Donald Trump is a businessman who made a lot of money he is non violent and won the presidency by abiding by our democratic system as my research on the president proves Mr trump objects to the poorest border with Mexico and once federal immigration law enforced and millions of honest Americans agree with him the enormous flow of narcotics and tens of millions of illegal entries as badly damaged America that is obvious currently Linda rice that does not see it that way and you stated she has a right to voice her opinion as foolish as it may be as an American of Mexican descent ms Ronstadt was raised near the border in Tucson Arizona and from what I've heard from her she is an open border advocate but the Hitler thing is disturbing does Linda Ronstadt really believe that the sixty three million Americans who voted for Donald Trump hate Mexicans and want to do them harm does she believe the Republican Party is comprised of **** sympathizers would impose a fascist government if it could all thing is ludicrous but is widely and enthusiastically disseminated by CNN another Hey trump media we are now living in a country where history is distorted all the time to make political points Linda Ronstadt's announces a president trump and by extension the voters who support him does damage because some uninformed people believe it is this going to continue this kind of insanity we'll see next November I'm bill Riley and I approve that message by writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com in a moment something you might not know in business if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business companies that don't have a clear picture of their.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good to have you here I do hear about Linda Ronstadt what you said to Mike her coming up in the five o'clock hour as well as multi in a second so there's some local coffee places that our town you look gorgeous given up paper cups you have to bring your own stuff in that's a really remarkable idea you know they used to make when I was young and they had him in the military was a collapsible cups yeah you could open up into going there and I'm sure that somebody in Silicon Valley or somebody somewhere can invent a collapsible coffee Cup well they already exist well I mean for mass distribution writing I mean if every coffee Cup place in America said that's it you know like I mean I what a great idea well I mean I think it's a great idea you always have to have that plan B. for okay I don't have a cop well the reason I brought a blue bottle is putting an end to its plastic and paper cups the CEO issued a statement declaring all of their nearly seventy cafes new S. could be zero waste by the end of twenty twenty are again this is why I love the bay area I mean it's it you know you could you do this and Baltimore they shot you out right but this is he's coming for instance you know and I think I would go to a place like that I would I would go out of my way I'm I'm kind of getting over Starbucks coffee by the way because I just don't drink as much coffee could I usually go there for tea in all honesty but I've cut down my manically I've got a Cup and a half a day and he said about four so now you know now I've been like today I I said Brian it's obvious from coughing I went in there and I got a tall and I didn't finish here still have still have half of it so I think if I you know if you go in with your own Cup you definitely can you might go a little bit less they're going to save money and that it's going to it's a green or move and I just think it's a great idea all right anyway so what we are coming up Linda Ronstadt had some words for Mike Pompeii I thought this was awesome I like going around said you know my story about her right after that story before you'll have to remind remind you I was a good to great story and it was involves us in the Watergate hotel room Lindros at night yeah and the other one is a what is it with Republicans and feminists why do why are the sole threatened by by women I just why I mean that's the **** to that's what has to be a you wouldn't say hello but you'll say I don't know why I was known as the L. it's Christmas time anyway the latest then of course it was a Steve Bannon it's in the middle of this to the next next okay Jim three.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A lot of that information is also based off of like your work for the work of Bigelow throughout the years I feel that people really don't understand that back ground of this government program right we're going to cover some of it in the next segment we're talking with Alessandro row house of open mind says Linda Ronstadt covering the Everly brothers takes us into the break get a new view of the world with coast to coast AM do you still think too that the way things are going that the global elite still want to dominate the planet and that they might succeed well I think they did dominate the planet for a long time until seventeen seventy six because the founding fathers decided to form a new form of government one that was based on laws that were eternal fest right people have their own alienable for the Cup all of the people that have ruled the earth cool they didn't like that so for two hundred forty two years they could try to get it back and we America has resisted and that the fight if we see going on right now doesn't still feel out of kilter golf to you there's something wrong there's a grand a force out there that need not just one they need to capture the soul of the world but I don't think they're going to win I don't think they're going to win this and this is another one of time steps Hey I'm all about using unusual items.

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Big Bird, Ronstadt, Sally Field celebrated at Kennedy Center

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Big Bird, Ronstadt, Sally Field celebrated at Kennedy Center

"Want to know why it looks like Sally field has figured out why she's been given a Kennedy center honor and she says that is what makes it so special one one one previous Kennedy center honoree Tom Hanks agrees absolute right to send a timely decision others honored last night include musician Linda Ronstadt soul group earth wind and fire and the children's TV show Sesame Street all squirrels Gabriel Washington

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KTRH

"Linda Ronstadt you're you are the you are the boss the gentleman the boss hitting it out of the park with a mystery all the I think that's the fastest the first two chords I mean you can her song is so distinctive I think I think that's the best you've ever done effect to celebrate let's leave your email to the chief you he is he is the boss complete the Donald Trump panel all programs so I had to give them the gentleman you and Robert Kiyosaki both both the friends of the president yes yeah go all right may I guess we do need to the mailbag the only thing on all right dear smart oil and gas what are the deadlines for getting the oil and gas deduction for this year's taxes boy this must be some other than listen to the show for a long time which is great we always want new listeners coming on with our old listeners and we try to mix up the information December thirty first is the deadline December thirty first and I think I don't know if it has to be by the close of business but typically think of as five or six o'clock on December thirty first we don't recommend waiting to December thirty first to invest to pick out and invest in all and gas project we recommend right now and the great thing of all right now mark is that there's still time to get the tax break for twenty nineteen if you make the move now and identify project budget as you said it gets pretty busy at the end of the year doesn't it it can get very very busy all right now the question here what percent of wells in eastern South Texas can be re drilled with success why hasn't this been done previously well that's a good idea why haven't people down and up to this point really a hundred percent of wells can be successfully re drill and most people don't realize the major all fills in the US were discovered from nineteen hundred to nineteen thirty whether it's the Permian basin or Pennsylvania or or the Bakersfield California LA basin in California and then muscles wells word then re drilled or fields re drilled in the nineteen sixties and seventies when they to people decided to put secondary recovery numbers put water floods in those fields then now since the the nineteen nineties most of these all fails then have had some form of tertiary recovery or or drill horizontal wells and I'm so fields and wells are being success rate replaced with new wells all the time isn't it true though the technology we have now you know was impossible to do what we're doing now fifty years ago absolutely all right yeah so you know you think of from fifty years ago and a car from today there is nothing alike except that they have an engine and four wells the rest of the car is completely different and so there's half of the oil in the ground still is yes is what I'm reading what experts say there's half of the oil in the ground we just haven't known how to get to it until now until the new technology has emerged absolutely absolutely all right Hey we have time for one more question you're smart oil and gas do the hunt or metal family still hold investments in oil and gas well we know the hands have still have all in gas because right hands company right there on across replied worn park their new office building is possibly yeah they specialize in Olin Gasol what's wrong what's the companies that hunt hunt oiler hunt properties I don't remember if that's hot oil or hunt petroleum sprint pending on which side of the family its hunt something so the Hans all the Hans the hunt kids hunt bring kids they're all in all in gas is a matter of fact they branched out for awhile raise daughter's husband all right ray Hans son in law headed up one side of the business that financed all in gas so as opposed to being involved in only gas all over the you know the world and they're having too many fingers in the pie then when people needed financing they would come to the Hans they will review their project and decide whether to finance it and take a piece of it and so they had a big a big portfolio there so yeah the hunter so involved I'm not quite sure about the meadows actually so I'd have to look that up but all the Cup final I do not know well mark if you would wrap this up for this afternoon here we are it is December a amazingly there's still time to get the oil and gas tax break for twenty nineteen we've been talking about that all our with our listeners and they're pretty exciting to see how much money can be saved on taxes for this year anyway as we as we get into the Christmas season as we get to the deadline for investing in twenty nineteen your thoughts as we are wrap up this afternoon the price of oil has is been recovering nicely the world economies are recovering trump is easing paying look like they'll eventually make a trade deal which remains the number one economy in the world the US and the number one energy producer in the world the US is going to benefit by having a trade deal with China the number two and we're gonna then pretty producing more energy and then whatever we don't use were exporting so right now is a great time to get into all in.

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Michael Tilson Thomas was once the ‘bad boy of classical music.’ Now, at 74, he is recognized at Kennedy Center Honors

Fresh Air

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Michael Tilson Thomas was once the ‘bad boy of classical music.’ Now, at 74, he is recognized at Kennedy Center Honors

"That's Aaron Copeland's Billy the kid performed by the San Francisco Symphony conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas our first guest today on fresh air this weekend Thomas will be one of five ana res saluted for lifetime artistic achievement at the Kennedy center honors celebration in a star studded tribute which will be televised December fifteenth on CBS the other honorees this year are Sally field Linda Ronstadt Sesame Street and the R. and B. band earth wind and

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Big record for Linda Ronstadt at the end of the eighties and joining with era Nevil for when something's wrong with My Baby co written by Isaac Hayes and Dave Porter Sam and Dave original. the song book on W. NYC. now by the time Linda Ronstadt or Isaac or Sam today for anybody had settled into their careers the notion of pop stardom was a given that you had a hit record you were now a pop star but when the swing era was developing that wasn't necessarily the case the Benny Goodman orchestra was a sensation and the swing era was the first pop music movement that was specifically connected to a electronic media radio and records made it happen and Benny Goodman was as unlikely a hero as you could imagine there was a slight from **** or nerdy Mister Benny with his granny glasses and his demeanor. but you know they were screaming teenagers that followed him around because this was the new lay of the land pop culture music is pop culture along comes Artie Shaw very different stories a strikingly handsome man with charisma and he would be built up into one of the first pop idols of this time. and he would be drag quick kicking and screaming through that process to a point where we actually kind of turned his back on at all but boy did he have it all going on circa nineteen thirty nine nineteen forty. the record you're about to hear was made in New York City when he took his his new bride Lana Turner. to New York for what would amount to her first visit. the great opening figure that you'll hear played on trumpet. is Mister Butterfield. and it was written out by a party and there was a lot of thought given to the arrangement and this is the beginning of a whole new chapter of his career and a whole new kind of pop music created by a guy who was an established superstar. right at the cusp of turning is back on at all the vehicle Hoagy Carmichael in Mitchell parishes Stardust..

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Sally Field, 'Sesame Street' to receive Kennedy Center award

Donna and Steve

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Sally Field, 'Sesame Street' to receive Kennedy Center award

"One with the twenty thirteen Kennedy Kennedy center honor recipients have been announced the members of the iconic band earth wind and fire are among the honorees as our singer and songwriter Linda Ronstadt San Francisco symphony music director Michael Tilson Thomas actresses Sally field and the children's television program Sesame Street the will award will be presented during a ceremony at the Kennedy center on December eighth of an televised on December fifteenth via C.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Course Linda Ronstadt little known fact he was a bartender on the Carpathia and we're talking about the Titanic the last night on the Titanic written by Veronica de and we're doing all the Titanic theme music for the show now Veronica you talk about the the guy who was the executive chef at the Grand Central oyster bar now I was just at the oyster bar a few months ago it's still there I had as he figure into the story was he on the ship originally well he was lance and I I I I cracked the art about your comments that Linda Ronstadt and even though you have the absolute best bumper music of anybody out there I hate to agree with you but it is a scientific fact it's true thank you very much thank you have I ever need help with his other play live I am going to you Eric listen you can go on Spotify in on our website Mattacks this talk dot com if you search it's in there and I just put in all the music that makes me happy not all that makes me happy but I like all of it but most of it just makes me happy so thank you very much so you've got to tell me though this guy Cindy in Berks active chef has he come into the story although the grandson so I survive away then Grand Central station when and shortly after the Titanic the same year as but not we love the Titanic was failing before it was actually completed and so I had to talk to sandy about hate I thank sandy yeah that's probably how other people feel comfortable serving or eastern for ways they can feel comfortable serving oysters in their home you know so they're not worried about getting back to Vanity that explain because this is not local food and wine show people are not going to be higher percent tracking you mean to tell me your friends you know sandy anger who is the executive chef at the Grand Central oyster bar somehow you know him well yeah and now have in place for the black to say what did you tell readers and why do you why do you why are you presupposing that many people would feel uncomfortable serving oysters I've never heard that before well I would I would want to know from someone like standing because that you know every day all day lying what are some how do you pick out an oyster which ones are the the most Alicia this how many different varieties and the ones that we went with in the black turned out to be the one that probably would have banned and forward the Titanic the gig of sobriety with figure that out because it was based on where they would have put the oysters on board do you see the biggest variety click at the icy air G. I. G. A. S. well of course post all understand what that means Hey right what are jiggers what are jiggers oysters well they're from an area that where the Titanic with the put out all their produce then only circling of soda is this in the North Sea where where is this yeah the letter Harry out where there there are plenty of them and you know those are the kinds of things I wanted to find out from sandy and then what do you do with you know how do you make sure you are getting a class oyster how do you make sure you don't cut yourself while you're sucking them shift open them up imagine a quarter the most of yeah what's the first one I was just thinking like the horror story would be you go to sandy any asking these questions and answers Veronica be honest with you I have no idea a lot of people get sick from oysters and he hung up the phone when you go to waster bar you expect yeah these people are the oyster experts they put it in the name of I mean if people don't know the oyster bar is underneath Grand Central Terminal there's no such thing as Grand Central station it is a terminal a station is you can go through to other stations but this is the end of the line the terminal Grand Central Terminal and you're right it was built right around that time nineteen twelve thirteen whatever and underneath is this incredible place I don't know why we doing advertising for them they should give me a free meal but but here's the point you're telling me this guy is the oyster expert so he starts telling you here's how to do it exactly yeah we wanted to include so like standing firm the grandson so I survive and all places that were around at the time the tech having failed like ants one in New Orleans and so we were able to talk with folks there ones is still around it is because all these other places like you know Delmonico's and stuff they're gone right well tomorrow is still there and they're in a different location than they were in in nineteen Tyler different specific location is we party was right when I saying yes and the reason that a lot of code is included in the black is because the smell at who is the publisher of first class he could not survive and his best man at his wedding with mark Twain's who had the seventieth birthday party at Delmonico's which yeah you can very easily assume that nineteen oh five that was nineteen oh five Delmonico's was the place to be and I'm gonna freak you out Veronica you ready for this I'm sitting in a room on fifteenth street during the show this was an old gentleman's club frequented this room itself frequented in which I'm sitting by none other than Mark Twain no kidding are you freaked out pick yourself up off the floor because we've got two more segments will be right back folks I'm talking of ironic a hanky it's all about history the book is the last night on the Titanic unsinkable drinking dining and style.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Loved the music this is this is an album by album that started to really depressing place with bronze debt seeing about this love of bitter pain in her legs. She goes, she says pour me it would be better. If this life would just end because of that love of cried tears of blood straight straight from my, I give it a month. Good. The here's the thing. Okay. Remember how be says that when her family would listen to all these songs should never understood why they'd get so emotional. Well the thing about Linda Ronstadt five. It was in the liner notes. She had the Spanish leader experts also had them translated in English. So be was falling on as he was listening to these songs. She actually could understand what runs that was seeing about right for the first time that connection. And the stories the, the passion it really it struck me deeply it was this idea of this. This is why people sing in that manner. This is why it's over the top. This is. It's real life. So be says that planted Yoon seed, and it became a gateway to China music, started start exploring Mexican culture identity background or families past. He went online, and she started getting friendly since for all these song. So does she actually ever cry listening to us? She told me about about.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just a second. Why would play in Todd Rundgren semi tickets? We have a pair of tickets to see Todd Rundgren at the individualist world tour at the intimate setting at the and I'm gonna let you say the theater, the the the the one that spelled AT H E N A M. Is that John Williams? Correct me on Monday. So now, I'm conscious anthem theaters theme. It's the name. Yes. I think I originally the what you just said and the John Williams to change it to the Athenian because it would have been right? There's show. Show. April twenty thirty to twenty four th each night is a completely different set list. And the tracks span has fifty year career you could buy tickets at livenation dot com. One of the reasons it's completely different settlers because it Todd's age forgot the songs he played the night before. I wanna talk to the person if you go to vote shows, call us after I wanna know super fan when you. Antonio four. So the first concert you ever went to do myself like with a friend by yourself conservation with my parents. Oh, yeah. Billy Joel Joel for Springsteen. Bruce Springsteen, Linda, Ronstadt nice. Cheerleaders outfit. Yeah. Nice. Yeah. Cheerleaders outfits what you're wearing. I was sixteen years old. So I'm guessing I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt. It would have been my Goodman. My best friend gave me the tickets, and we both were Jean skirts, white crop shirts. And Cavs with socks that had hot pink sunglass pins on them if you were wearing that the first concert you went to the second day's concert was been Crosby. No. But but I think my first concert was the doors the doors doors. Nice Hendrix traffic. All I don't know if you've heard of any. Were you? You're believable..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Linda, Ronstadt record of the brothers. When will I be loved was at the very beginning of her turn as a revivalist, I for the rock and roll records that she grew up with and then moving onto the great song book canon and her collaboration with Nelson riddle Sam cook San Crimea river from back in that day at a Jones, meanwhile was steeped in jazz singing bye, bye Blackbird the songbook on WNYC. Let's return to that time that made Linda Ronstadt say I can sing along with the radio and maybe make a living out of it. His buddy Holly. The sun is out. Guys. There's not a cloud spoil. But it's raining. Raining in my heart. Who says? He does. You've gone away. And it's raining. Raining in my. Oh. Misery. Naming. The. I tell my. They must show but Sudanese. Cows. It's rain. Raining in my. But it's raining. Raining in my. And it's raining. And my. Mizzou? Yeah. I tell my blue. Show. But soon these are bound flow cows, it's raining. Raining. I'm through with love. I'll never fall again. Santa due to. Don't ever call again. Have you? No one. That's. Relax ma. I keep my man. Ma. I mean. Shows through with LA. Why did you lead me to think that you? You didn't need me. You have your shame..

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Grammy-winning singer James Ingram dead at 66. What happened?

America Trends

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Grammy-winning singer James Ingram dead at 66. What happened?

"RND singer and songwriter James Ingram has died. Reports are the Sixty-six-year-old passed away of brain cancer Ingram won two Grammy awards in the eighties for the songs. One hundred ways and YoM OB there. He earned a dozen more Grammy nominations during his career, including one for somewhere out there with Linda Ronstadt.

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"I think he's a he's an interesting interesting guy if anyone wants to have fun at my expense, try to Google at reason real elsewhere, my name and Jerry, Brown interviews me. Oh, just what happened when he interviewed you. Well, no. I mean, I was at the democratic convention in two thousand and four in the in Boston. And and so I was hanging around, and I see Jerry Brown and a couple of other people, and I'm like freelancing from reason. I don't really know what I'm doing. And some like, oh, hi, Jerry Brown. I'm lie. Turned reporter is there. Can you give me a reason why libertarian should be interested in voting for the Democratic Party this year as opposed to a Chevy Bush, and he started off with like, well, I think it'd be reasonable. If you're a person as it, and he started going on this. But then he started asking me questions like SO you into like, the Scottish philosophers. Turkish baths. Glad I don't know. I mean, I sort of stammering Hayek in those guys at some point. I'm like, listen, I'm I'm like a college dropout from Long Beach. So it's really not about the philosophy for me. Oh, Long Beach that explain a lot. Those people derived from Iowa more corn than caviar, and it's just going on and on and on cross examining me, and I looked like a real doofus. And it's great. Yeah. I mean, I'm excited to talk to him. And I do I do wanna keep most of it about Linda Ronstadt, if I can his he never heard that before he dated. I mean plea. Yeah. He's like who else? Did he did he dated some other famous? I think that was the main fancy one, and I should point out my colleagues at my student calls newspaper that I worked at soon after I left I'm in Europe. And it's Ninety-one campaign eighty to he comes through, and we had we had gotten at a thrift store, you remember those like those pictures or portrait's from the seventies that was like on a piece of wood and the wood like curve, and then on the top is sort of like a Ghazi weird kind of the the picture of someone the super seventies carve out her redwoods counting you've by sonoma's somewhere. But we had one of those of Linda, Ronstadt, looking all like awesome, and nineteen seventy seven sort of pursed lips and have a crackpot to politically by the way, but continued and and has medical issues. Well, we turned it around. Around or they turned it around. I was in there. And so just look like a piece of wood. And so like he came through the office because he was giving a speech on store plaza in Santa Barbara and the to the newspaper like, hey, can you sign this piece of wood? I mean doesn't mean much less. That's a great now. Sure, they they sold it for one hundred dollars a beer. How can I ask a question? Why are you talking to Jerry Brown? I mean, he's eighty years old. He's not going to be to run. He's he's running the atomic clock. Now Jared about this right now he's going to be the king the king pin over at the bulletin of atomic scientists who also run the doomsday clock. And so he's in DC, you know, going around and press and flash. And he did a thing with Adam nagourney from the New York Times after in January of last year after he was done being governor and said just retiring to the ranch, and he doesn't seem like you can get away from it. So he's back in some capacity doing something vaguely political. But the interesting thing is Nagorny. Also, I wrote a piece called how to how to interview Harry Brown. And apparently, he's a very notoriously tough interview. And if he doesn't like you just wanna talk to he's not going to do so excited about this this I've I mean, nothing was tougher than the beastie boys interview. I did recently. But this this could treat it like a true. A fifth column podcast. I accept only slightly more hostile. So, but he likes to jump around everywhere. I've had like four interactions with in my life. All of them have been equally totally bizarre. And he's just like flying. He's super smart, and like has got that kind of nNcholas brain of having references to things that no one else in the world should ever know. And he likes to drop those in conversation..

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"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"linda ronstadt" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"New band. A brought Andrew gold along with him. Now, Andrew had been born into Hollywood musical royalty. His mother was Marnie Nixon the most famous singer. No one had ever heard of as it was Marnie who sang the songs, and so many famous Hollywood musicals with female stars simply lip synching to Marnie tracks while Andrews dad was the Oscar winning composer Ernest gold best known for his work on exodus and Andrew could play many instruments, including the guitar bass keyboards, drums, sin, flute and most percussion instruments. He was so good at it that on many songs he actually played virtually every instrument on the tracks. In fact, here's Linda Ronstadt. It's only number one song which. Andrew gold is playing almost every instrument on it. Well, Andrew turned around.

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