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"loretta laura" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Chris and I mean. You Got Kinda shot out of a Cannon Take Into Windsor at Loretta Laura's, and I do want to mention though you look at us two wins and it wasn't like he was sweeping the motos he he went to one and he's gone five one and what that tells me is this guy going five and one and still getting the win I mean that doesn't happen very often you know most of the time it's a guy go two, three, one, two, one, three maybe but a five one that doesn't happen very often and what that tells me is it's so so competitive in the four fifty division and pro motorcross right now that you're going to start seeing some of those. You know for you know he hasn't slept a weekend yet. He's still getting the overall victories like it's. Uber Competitive in the four fifty division, which I think makes what Zach Osborne's been able to do to go to and to start the year even that more impressive. Yeah. No doubt I mean it's I wouldn't have been surprised to see nine different riders takeover all wins in promote across to start the season just because. You know how that goes man just things. Things happen things break up in especially with everybody being so off kilter because of all the schedule changes and postponements. One of the racist being switched to Loretta Lynn's at the very last minute, and then another race speaks switched to Loretta Lynch the very last minute you know it's it's really about who can adapt the best in Zach Osborne. Certainly, somebody was dealt with adversity well, enough over the years to know how to adapt and And all the respect in the world for him to be able to do that I have a feeling that we may be going to the same for number one I think it's by default because of the race that this driver was able to win. Yeah. Well, and truthfully I mean, anytime you win the Indianapolis five hundred I don't care what anybody else did you're gonNA. Be Number One. Week like. To me it's just one of those where you gotTa have to Saad at number one and you know you Chris you'll probably diving into more than nuts and bolts of his performance and stuff like that. He was strong through qualifying in the fast nine. This is a big event for Ray Hall Letterman Lanigan racing I mean basically. Two out of the top three cars you know. Like I think the internet said. Immediately they go this isn't the big three in Indycar. You know in the last it's been gase Andretti and penske no no, no no. Now, you've got get asking Gin Asi Penske Andretti Hall, and I think that's a big statement within moving into that. Hey, the big four now in Indy car and I think that's big infrasonic give him a lot of Credit Chris I've said this before but he wasn't the best formula. One driver and I don't mean that he just didn't score points I mean he just wasn't that good. He crashed out a lot on his own accord you know and I think he a lot of people wrote him off after his Formula One career ended and I gotTa tell you he has been he. He's not known as a Formula One driver anymore he's known as an indycar driver and that's something that's really a statement. You know it's funny. We were I was with my dad we were watching the last couple of laps and we just kind of joked about it. If fifteen years ago, you had told us that Tacoma Sato because at this time Tacoma was still left one driver. If you told US fifteen years ago, the Takumi Sato was going to become a two time indy five, hundred champion than we probably would have questioned which aliens hit abducted you or where you had gotten whatever substance you're on or what but man credit in the world to how Tacoma has reinvented his career since leaving formula, one? Yes. Certainly. A driver who had a lot of uneven performances he was if not the best. Japanese Formula One driver of all time. He is certainly always going to be in that discussion regardless of how his career eventually ended up turning out. An O obviously, the super warriors weren't particularly great. That's a team probably nobody's talked about in years. But moving over to indycar he's just consistently gotten better and he's really become a thinking man's driver which is a weird thing to say about the guy who's mantra is no attack no chance because they seem to be completely one against one another right you know one is purely Aggression and one is purely strategy. But if you know when and how to apply that aggression, it truly makes you one of the greats and now you know there was only one driver coming into that field that had won multiple Indianapolis five hundred's and that was Elliott Castro. Neves. So to Cooma, Sato won his second indy five hundred before Scott Dixon won his second before Alexander Rossi won his second before Ryan Hunter Ray won his second before all these. Just superstars of the sport legends I mean Scott. Dixon's going to go down as one of the. If not the best one of the top three indycar drivers of all time and Tacoma Sato beat him to to indy five hundreds. That's a statement right there about what Takumi Sato has become as a driver and the legacy that he's. You know. It's. Somebody. On twitter made a great comparison, Tacoma Sato. An Are Lion Dyke have been very similar in terms of their careers where both of them, they've only really taken a handful of indycar wins, but they're both multi-mm` indy five hundred years You know they've they both go down as conquerors of the Indianapolis Motor speedway, and there are a lot of different ways that you can define a successful career in. You know there are a lot of different legacies. You can hang your hat on and the question really becomes what's more special. The be one of the best drivers. Just all around or one of the true legends of the Indianapolis, motor speedway and different people are going to answer that question differently. But you know it's not even just that I mean remember Tacoma's got a victory at Long Beach as well. I mean he's one just about every major event there is to win in Indycar. He ever plucks off a championship than we have to talk about him as one of the all time greats. Yeah well, Chris. I agree with you but we got to wrap things up here. We'll be back with more after this on the general tire down thirty radio show powered by Polaris. Razor. Performance reliability and the most fun you can have on four wheels. The Polaris Razor brings it to you, but you don't need to take my word for it. You can take there's tanner fouls tonight, choose the Polaris Razor because it's the most fun you can have with the steering wheel. 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"loretta laura" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Even know even if you did a movie now about the nineteen forties and fifties I don't know if they'd really got that. They'd be able to get that kind of thing again. It was just awesome but I'll make the comparison between the Book and the movie as We. We get into a little bit more The book was released in two thousand ten, and then the Loretta gave a little bit of a little extra at the beginning, talking about some things that she had done since the book came out nineteen seventy five, so one thing to keep in mind if I say maybe some like statistics about her. That I learned from the book. Keep in mind that if she got more awards after that this book came out nineteen, Seventy Five, and then I'll give you a rundown of what happened after the book. Up until now in her career, but if things are like, oh no, she got more than that or she actually one more. It's just because I'm taking at the time. and. That makes sense perfect. Yeah, our right, so we're GONNA. Talk about we're going to begin by talking about Loretta Laura's early life and one thing that people might not know about her. That's pretty interesting to just say. Right off. The Bat is that her musical career came much later on in her lifetime compared to many other musicians that we've talked about in the past in so there's a lot of episode here. That is just her life before becoming the. Country Music Star Loretta Lynn. Perfect can't wait good, so we're going to go to go back to Loretta Web. That's her maiden name growing up in butcher Holler now. One thing that I thought was interesting so butcher Holler was in the mountains of Kentucky, and she'd discussed the connection between Irish music and country music when I was listening to the country music lately even on these new radio stations. They do mention a lot. Kentucky is in a lot of their songs. interesting so I think if you would've asked me before. Like where country music originate, I probably would have been like I don't know. In the south, but I mean being Canadian as well. I think that learning these things we've kind of have to had. We've gotten a little bit of somewhat of an education geographically where music has come from I. Don't know absolutely anyways. mother sang a lot as did Loretta 's Mother's twin sister and it was his mother who taught her how to sing. Singing was a family thing and Laura's sister crystal sings on her own tours and her sister. Peggy sue does harmony with her, but Loretta was one of the oldest ones of of her siblings, so they came a little bit after her. So Loretta was raised with seven other children and. The oldest yet. Why, Ash. And since you know, she was close to the oldest, she was really had a responsibility in taking care of the children as well. Like team effort, right. She's like village. It certainly takes a village in this village was called Butcher Holler. Yeah, she was happy to be surrounded by family, and at the time that she wrote the book in a she had kids and grandkids, and she said that her house was like grand. Central, station. After many years of touring and everything you know. Thought, it was important that the readers know before getting into the book that she's her own cook. She does her own gardening. She plans her own vegetables and she pickles those vegetables. Living You know eventually kind of settling in on this ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee. There's actually a museum there and you can go online to Kentucky. Country Music Dot Com Lincoln in the show notes, and you can get a behind. The scenes look at the Loretta Lynn Ranch, and so if links we were to ever go back to Tennessee again. We could actually go and visit. If we wanted to. The so cool. Got To do another road trip sometime. after fifty two top ten hits, sixteen number one hits, and of course, this is an seventy five like I, said the these numbers could have changed and being in the music industry for over fifty years. She says it's still her fans that matter most of all. Yeah like I said she grew up in put your hyler. She grew up poor and says in some ways. That was the best part of my life learning how to survive. She said that even though she's got a million dollars in the bank, she could survive being poor again. So Luck I checked Loretta Lynn's worth. And is a little bit more than one million dollars. As most sixty five million dollars. Oh my goodness! Wow, yeah, so here's some other facts about Loretta. She was married when she wasn't even quite fourteen years old why? Yes she had. We'll get into that in more detail. She had four babies by the time she was eighteen and she was a grandmother at twenty nine Oh. My goodness so her husband pretty much said like I. raised you the way I wanted you to be. And she went from her father to her husband at age thirteen and so basically. Yeah, she was raised by her husband. My God wow. She put out a song. Nine hundred and seventy-five called the pill. Something she did not have in her day and if they did, she said I'd have been swallowing them like popcorn. Yeah. We are lucky to have a the pill. So no surprise, the man who ran the radio station. It's the at the time banned from being played. Wow, but we've got some story to get to before their. When Loretta eventually got to Nashville, this is just a little bit about country music. People called her and people who kind of saying the same kind of music. She did hillbilly singers, and hardly gave country music respect, and so she seen country music. Go uptown and she's proud that she was there when it happened In terms of writing the spunk. She says it wasn't like writing a song when she had an idea for a song, she scribbles it down on anything. That's handy and then sings until the words. Give her a song. She says people say I can't read or write because I've only got about a fourth grade education. But I can read and write some. I'm not pretending I know how to write a book, not even a book about me. She used an assistant writer and I know many people. Do I know what change they used what she could use a lesson in miss peas writing class. Yes and actually miss. P., I, don't I think we can say the name, but like just in case I would double check with her. Maybe on a part to it and say it, we'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think. The book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer all like USA live in Kentucky, he visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She, told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. Doggone, right? It's going to be a good book anything. I go.
"loretta laura" Discussed on KGO 810
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