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Warriors beat Mavericks 120-110 to return to NBA Finals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Warriors beat Mavericks 120-110 to return to NBA Finals

"The warriors are in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2019 completing a 5 game series win over the Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals one 21 ten all 5 warriors starters and Jordan Poole all scored in double figures led by Klay Thompson's 32 points Just proud of not only my effort but our whole team we really gelled this year at the right time and we have an exciting times ahead of us Andrew Wiggins came up big with 18 points and ten rebounds while kevon Looney added 18 boards and ten points Golden State led by 17 and a half time then pushed the margin into the 20s early in the third quarter Luka Dončić had team highs of 28 points and 9 rebounds for the Mavericks I'm Dave

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Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors

"The Dallas Mavericks staved off elimination defeating Golden State one 19 one O 9 so now the warriors lead the series three games to one with game 5 back in San Francisco on Thursday Man's led by 15 and a half time extended that lead to 29 after three warriors rallied to get within 8 late in the fourth but the mass held on for the win May I shot 50% from the field hit 20 or 43 trays Luka Dončić led the Mavs with 30 points 14 rebounds 9 assists during Finney Smith had 23 Reggie Bullock 18 while Golden State was led by Seth and curry with 20 Bob Stephens Dallas

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP

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 Wiggins, Warriors dunk Mavericks 109-100 for 3-0 series lead

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Wiggins, Warriors dunk Mavericks 109-100 for 3-0 series lead

"Steph Curry and Andrew Wiggins carried the warriors to a one O 9 100 victory and a three games to none lead over the Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals Curry delivered 31 points 11 assists and 5 rebounds for Golden State which pulled away in the third quarter Wiggins added 27 points grabbed 11 rebounds and posterized Luka Dončić on a dunk The Mavs lost despite Dončić who pumped in 40 points and had 11 boards Spencer Dinwiddie scored 26 points off the bench and jaylen Brunson chipped in 20 for the Mavericks game four is Tuesday in Dallas

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"EP sports I'm shark Freeman The Golden State Warriors made it look easy and gave one of the NBA's Western Conference Finals a lopsided one 1287 win over Dallas Steph Curry had 21 says the offense was in full throttle We had a couple possessions and third quarter we got in trouble but for the most part we were pretty decisive Warriors were helped when the Mavs high scoring guard Luka Dončić was held to a quiet 20 on 6 of 18 shooting NHL playoff openers Carolina used Ian Cole's overtime goal to beat the New York rangers two to one Oh good obviously Winning the game is what matters You know kind of getting our first taste of OT is great High scoring a fair in Calgary the flames beat Edmonton 9 to 6 on the hat trick from Matthew chuck To baseball the LA Dodgers have won 5 in a row Mark Myers reports on a 5 three win over Arizona The game turned in the fourth inning when the Dodgers put up four runs turning a two to one deficit into a 5 two lead Justin Turner had the big blow a three run Homer off Zach Davies Colorado down San Francisco CJ Crone's three run shot in the 8th inning lift at the rockies to a 5 three win Kesten Hiro made his return to the major is a good one He smashed a two run Homer at the bottom of the 11th inning and it lifted Milwaukee to a 7 6 comeback win over Atlanta Guys the game went on at basketball better and I think there's some opportunities where I kind of missed out on So you just wanted to just want to get the runner over Nick pavetta is two hitter carried Boston pass Houston 5 to one New York mets beat St. Louis 13 to four Zack Wheeler tossed 7 shutout innings in Philadelphia's three zero win over San Diego Command was good for the most part It wasn't all the way there but it was good for the most part Get away with some pitches for sure Other winners Washington Pittsburgh the New York Yankees Texas Minnesota Kansas City Seattle and Tampa also won The PGA Championship will begin today without Bryson DeChambeau who withdrew because of his surgically repaired wrist Check free button AP sports

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SportsWatch Intro+Wrap-Schuster

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 months ago

SportsWatch Intro+Wrap-Schuster

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Doncic, Mavs beat foul-plagued Paul, Suns to even series 2-2

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Doncic, Mavs beat foul-plagued Paul, Suns to even series 2-2

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Luka Donic, Mavericks beat Jazz to advance to second round

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Luka Donic, Mavericks beat Jazz to advance to second round

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Brunson, Mavericks beat Jazz 126-118 to take 2-1 series lead

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00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Brunson, Mavericks beat Jazz 126-118 to take 2-1 series lead

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"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

05:41 min | 6 months ago

"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Very cool. So can you talk more about what the setup involves for a user who's deploying the self service namespaces, the ability to spin up these virtual namespaces across a large enterprise? Yeah, so the setup complexity really varies depending on how complicated you needed, how big your enterprise is and how distributed, for example, your teams are. In a very easiest case, let's say you're not even an enterprise or you just let's say you're a startup or you are a enterprise that just wants to run a POC with one of the R&D teams. The easiest setup is to just deploy it to deploy loft to a single cluster. And then make that very same cluster available to engineers. So you're running loft alongside the workloads that your engineers are going to spin up so you have a namespace that runs loft and then you have all these other names faces that users are creating and then you have virtual clusters potentially inside of these user created namespaces. We do have a really nice CLI to deploy loft. It literally downloaded a it's a single binary. You put it in your path and then you run loft store. And all you need is a Kubernetes cluster. We have a kube context. So if you can run kubectl or get namespaces or kubectl get pods, any of these commands, then you get to go, you run off store. It's going to investigate your cluster. So it's going to see, hey, this remote cluster is a local cluster. Is it running on GKE, does support load balancers? It does a couple of these pre flight checks. And then it configures the values for a hand deployment. Of course, you can also deploy a lot of directly via helm, but it's usually easier to go through that large star command in the beginning because it helps you determine the right values to set things up, then deploys the application and then starts port forwarding so you can immediately access the UI, log in via the loft CLI and get started. And then the next thing for you would be hooking up a domain and then hooking up your authentication system and then give other users access to the system. And let them explore it. And then more advanced scenarios you typically don't want to have. You want to treat love more like a production service, loft itself. So you want to separate it from these workloads. You typically don't want to have if you're large enterprise. And you have thousands of engineers that need access to Kubernetes and to love, then you typically run love as a production service. And you want it to always be available. And you want to have monitoring and logging for it in place and these workloads that engineers are spinning up these ephemeral virtual clusters for ci CD, these depth, namespaces, and engineers are debugging with those things should run in separate clusters. And then you deploy loft as production service and you're connecting 5 or ten or 20 different other Kubernetes clusters, which are then supposed to be available for your engineers. And in the most advanced setups, we also support geographically distributed teams. And with a feature called direct Costa endpoint, that features part of our enterprise offering and what is essentially solves is latency issues for distributed teams. So imagine you have an engineering team in the U.S. and you have another engineering team in India. And you spin up a Kubernetes cluster to host your teams in the U.S. and you spin up another Kubernetes cluster in India for your teams in India, right? But love itself also needs to run somewhere, right? So let's say also runs in the U.S. in your production cluster. They are what would happen for your engineers in India because of this kind of like an API gateway in a way. So when you engineers in India want to talk to their cluster in India, the request first goes to loft, which is in the U.S., and then goes back to the Kubernetes cluster, which is in India. Obviously, that's a round trip around the world and not very efficient. A lot of latency. So what direct cluster endpoint allows you to do is when you enable this feature, we synchronize certain things into all of these connected clusters that you are managing with loft, and that you make accessible for your engineers, and it connects your engineer directly with the cluster without having that round trip. So your engineers in India, if they are working with the cluster in India, they would directly work with it and all the information about these users and their permissions would be kept in sync between the main loft instance and that cluster in India so the cluster in India can do the authentication authorization and all these guardrails that are in place. It can do these stem cells without having to contact the central instance, which obviously reduces latency and also has a benefit regarding resilience of the entire system because you really have a very distributed setup for love. So even if one of you connect the customers goes down or your central instance goes down, you'll still be able to use your existing cluster in India for example. That's very, very powerful as well. That's the most advanced kind of setup full of..

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"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Programming services and consulting work in the Kubernetes space. We built a tool essentially for ourselves. And it got pretty popular and thought about how interesting. You know, if people are starting to use remote clusters, or let's say they start using local clusters, they're going to run in a whole bunch of issues because not everybody is a Kubernetes expert. But if you're using remote clusters, it gets very expensive really quickly if you're handing out individual clusters to everybody and you have central admins managing all these hundreds of clusters, and then we are thinking, okay, what's the right approach to share clusters and make these operations around self service a lot of users that start using these new cloud native development tools like that space is. And there's a whole bunch of other scaffold from Google built this another great one. And there's like hundreds of other tools popping up that you can use to really do Kubernetes native development, moving from the direct Java execution or from the docker compose workflow towards a more Kubernetes more cloud native workflow. And if you do that, you do have that challenge around managing that access and self servicing all these users. And that's essentially when we started working on this company and we wanted to really solve this problem. So another project that you're working on within loft is JS policy, which is a policy engine. Is a policy engine necessary for making the loft product that you've been describing so far? Yeah, so policy is definitely an important part in the admission control in general. Obviously, you know, if you're looking at the policy space, mission control space is open policy agent as the most established solution out there, the most advanced project out there where the earliest one in the space and it took quite a few years for the number two to appear, which is cubano, and with JS policy we created a third one now. It's definitely important to have policies in place, a lot of our customers that use sloth are using a policy agent because the guardrails that we're putting in place are sufficient for a lot of things, but there are more complicated things that you want to ensure on top of that that you can only do with admission control. And you need a framework to do that with. So we've gotten a lot of questions around integrating open policy agent into loft, but we've also, when we were speaking to customers and we talked to over a hundred companies that have started using our tooling at this point, we saw that there are some issues around writing these policies, maintaining these policies, and then quite frankly, just operating or policy agent because it's such a large system. And if you are just wanting some few additional guardrails in place in your pre port environment, you may want something more lightweight and easier to maintain easier to set up easier to get started with. And that's essentially why we started working on JS policy. The idea was essentially, hey, why are people using RICO, which is the language that old policy agents used to define policies when they could use a more popular and understandable language, like JavaScript. I think one thing that we kind of leaned to as an example was actually engine access kind of history, right? Nginx had this extension module where you could write lower code to extend custom functionality, custom routing and things like that in nginx. I was actually using that several years before. And I was a little bit of pain because Lua is obviously not the most common language. Feels a little antiquated and inflexible these days. So they actually integrated JavaScript at some point. And made it possible instead of using Lua to use JavaScript. There's V8, which is Google's JavaScript execution engine, which runs in your Google Chrome and a lot of browsers and pretty much in a lot of environments that execute JavaScript. So it's very easy to run that. It's obviously better tested and highly optimized because the use in the browser. And when nginx used JavaScript, and I was playing around with that, I'm like, oh my gosh, the experience is so much better. And so we were thinking, hey, can't we do the same in a policy space? Can we create a project that is more lightweight? Spill on JavaScript has an easy getting started path, but also makes it easier to maintain and share policies because there's already existing tooling and ecosystem in place, right? You have NPM as a package manager. You have NPM JS as a central repository, a lot of companies already have their internal NPM registries where they can share packages with. So it makes it much, much easier to share policy when you're thinking about testing policies. Well, there's so many testings, rock solid unit and integration testing towards in the JavaScript and extending to the TypeScript ecosystem as well. And then you get static typing as well. So that's actually perfect about something like this. With JavaScript. So although JS policy is in itself written in goal and obviously everything in the Kubernetes space seems to be. But the actual policies that you're writing are written on JavaScript and that's kind of what JS policy does and JS policy is integrated in loft. So it's far customers pretty much a no brainer to get started with adding policies. But of course, we still play it very nicely with open policy agent and if people are already having hundreds of policies in opera, there's no need for them to rewrite everything in JS policy. It's just going to work out of the box involved.

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"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"lukas" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Cluster? Yeah, I think the biggest difference from what we're doing with fleet cluster and what other people have tried in the beginning of exploring this kind of nested cluster approach is really lets you spin up these clusters with very minimal privileges. So what happens is you essentially just creating a single pod single deployment and a service that you can connect to. And so you have an API server of Kubernetes and a minimal control plane inside a container, and then you have our V cluster sinker and another container. And they talk to each other. And then you talk to that virtualized API server. The big difference to other solutions is how to actually, you know, when I create containers with my virtual cluster, where are they run? That is the biggest difference. They have been previous approaches where when you start a container in your virtual Kubernetes cluster that container runs inside that API control container. And then you have a whole bunch of issues regarding performance. Having to run docker inside or making the docker host on the node available to that particular container, and that's all really tough. What we try to do is create virtual clusters with minimal privileges and minimal changes to your underlying cluster, and that's why V cluster is the only solution that works pretty much out of the box in all kind of Kubernetes platforms, right? So what are you having a localhost minikube cluster or you have in a full blown highly secure air gap cluster running in AWS? And very confident we cluster is going to work either way. It works in pretty much any Kubernetes cluster. Of course, there's some minimum requirements to it. We don't require you to make any changes to the underlying nodes to the underlying cluster configuration. We don't even require a central control plane to the admin. It's deploy. If you today already have access to an isolated namespace inside Kubernetes, you're not cluster admin, but you are able to spin up your application, then you're typically able to spin up a virtual cluster as well. That's the beauty of virtual clusters and our V cluster implementation of it. Our sponsor for this episode is spot by NetApp. Spot provides a comprehensive suite of cloud ops tools that make it easier to deliver continuously optimized and reliable infrastructure at the lowest possible cost, while removing a lot of the manual and time consuming tasks involved in managing cloud infrastructure at.

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Mitchell, Jazz win opener 99-93 as Mavs play without Doncic

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Mitchell, Jazz win opener 99-93 as Mavs play without Doncic

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Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Wild beat Oilers, Braves rout Nats, Dodgers top Twins

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree a thriller in the NBA Tuesday night as Milwaukee slip by the seventy Sixers in Philly one eighteen one sixteen the honest answer to Kubo scored forty points and grabbed fourteen rebounds for the box he also got a block of Jo Ellan beat with under two seconds to go to preserve the win elsewhere in the NBA Luka don church with a triple double thirty four points twelve rebounds twelve assists as Dallas beat the Lakers won twenty eight one ten on the ice the New York Rangers scored three goals in under eight minutes to get by the penguins three to two second win in five days over Pittsburgh for the Rangers and Chris Kreider who had a goal and an assist in the win Toronto got by Boston six four Austin Matthews with his forty ninth of the year the lightning edged the hurricanes for three on an overtime goal by Steven Stamkos and the avalanche top the flames to one on a pair of goals by Valeri to choose him in the NFL is changing and sometimes controversial overtime rules to guarantee each team's offense gets the ball this will happen in the playoffs only this year the rule change goes into effect this season I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Embiid, Harden lead 76ers over Mavericks, 111-101

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Embiid, Harden lead 76ers over Mavericks, 111-101

"Jo Ellan beat scored thirty two points on eleven of twenty shooting is the seventy Sixers topped the Mavericks one eleven one oh one and beat had twenty one points by halftime and scored at least thirty for the thirty third time this season James harden had twenty four points thirteen rebounds and seven assists while helping the Sixers make life miserable for Luka don church the Dallas guard had seventeen points and ten assists but missed fifteen of his twenty shots Dodgers was two of ten from beyond the arc former Villanova star Jalen Brunson hit his first seven shots and had a team high twenty four points for the mavs I'm Dave Ferrie

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Luka Doncic leads Mavs past Celtics 95-92 on Garnett's day

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Luka Doncic leads Mavs past Celtics 95-92 on Garnett's day

"Spencer Dinwiddie basket with nine seconds left sent the Mavericks to their seventh win in eight games ninety five ninety two versus the Celtics look at dodges provided twenty six points for the mavs including a game tying Trey with one twenty one remaining Dodge was called for a foul on Marcus smart's potential game tying three pointer with five seconds left but it was overturned upon review the rule is also decide if you just use grants not at fault that's why there are so Thomas I knew I was going to be a successful challenge the Celtics ended a five game winning streak on the day they retired Kevin Garnett's number five Jayson Tatum had twenty one points and eleven rebounds but he hit just two buckets in the second half and missed a three pointer at the buzzer I'm Dave very

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Doncic scores 41 points, Mavs beat Warriors again, 122-113

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Doncic scores 41 points, Mavs beat Warriors again, 122-113

"Luka don church boards and a game high forty one points to lead the Mavericks past the warriors one twenty two one thirteen township came up just short of a double double adding ten rebounds and nine assists to help Dallas won its third straight and nineteenth in its last eleven tries Jordan Poole came off the bench to paced the warriors with twenty three Steph curry chipped in twenty one to help Golden State erased a seventeen point second half deficit but it wasn't enough as the warriors fell for the seventh time in the last nine games and now write a season long three game losing streak I'm Danny cop

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Suns' Booker, Paul picked as NBA All-Star reserves

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00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Suns' Booker, Paul picked as NBA All-Star reserves

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"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"But there's a lot there's a lot that i know a lot of set Well he's almost like a. He's almost like a tight end where he was so big and strong he was just taking these hits where he'd have these two guys dragging him fifteen times a game. When he was so strong it could fend him off but at some point the hit start adding up. You know. you're like. Yeah as exactly. But i i don't get the whole with the whole mentality is or organization not just about him but i'm not sure what what the thinking is. I worry insane as it were all these young guys. Who can the franchise i worry. They're going movement. this know. what are we doing. We thought thing here you know but you know there's some teams really teach so you moved you move to la right as they were in the super bowl run there were like four and five. Yeah when i was growing up. It was steelers cowboys. That's it that's yours. The who won the super bowl every year. And then i was in boston and all the kids were like the kids. That weren't the patriot. Fans were stewards are cowboys. Because they're front runners was like. Oh i know. I don't like that person had all. These front runner fads all spread around the country. Still dallas but then the real pittsburgh fans who is now you can tell you. Don't have the accent though. No no no i. I never oddly. I never really had one. I don't know. I mean that's probably true. Maybe when i was young young i how little bit of one i never consciously sad accident. I just don't. I just don't know what what happened. There but accidents Spirit like even in boston you know in boss change from a few blocks away in some different like moody worth can sign mercer brought to eat speak like like robbie robinson in fact robbie the guy got spotlight played. Sometimes rob doesn't even have avonex told me said it depends on where i am if i walk in interviewing some guy in his. You know firemen down route theater. Something like win something like starts. I started to talk with this. Not an affectation. Just can't help you know. Spotlight is one of the largest city on notice anymore if you you know because a lot of transplants yeah. I'd say if you go to the dr. The deeper parts of the city the attended the suburbs and the extended stuff. That's we i mean. There's a million movies. We could have talked about spotlight. I think is one of the best movies in the past ten years. Thanks hell. you're obviously proud. Allan listen you as as a forty year fanciers. i'm. I'm so glad you're still cranking doing good contact. We had forty years is we have talked about one decade but Yeah i know you'll come back at some point estimates. Find you at a good time. Yes out there. I do forty more heart. i'm. I'm glad you're still doing good work though. It's really bad watched it so you have don't say that's on hulu ray. And they were already on netflix de so there you go all right. It was good to see. I'm glad we finally did this. Right all right all right. This.

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"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"At this point in his career and so then schwartzberg hurting you defensively wherever he plays and wait on schwab. Schwab irs maiming. You defensively it's not. It's not a hurt. It's actually like you're your made for the next but you remember when they had that little run in the ucla uniforms win pop up land in the middle of the infield by me behind him. I've never seen it. Yeah he's never played first base. He's never staggered under a pop up in But so the domino effect where you start. Moving guys around hurts us defensively everywhere so we were like even though glossy is not on the playoff roster arroyo in at second. Uk in center and renfro in right and doogie and left is definitely our best defensive game. It all meant jd. Martinez shouldn't shouldn't play. And so i was very excited when i saw that lineup will texting each other. And then i looked at the yankees lineup and data mayhew injury. I know he didn't have a good year. But like with lemay you out and you know even Vote boy not playing and then sanchez sitting. Like you're like nourish it tails off wavered batting live and after that equity say it's a bunch of lambs you know you've got hindi and alaska's back back to back at the bottom of lineup and gardner. I know he's you hate him but he's he's not much of a hitter at this point his career. So when i look at those lives this afternoon your point about our lineup as well our bridge to the last twelve ounce notwithstanding we have a better team one through nine then that that team that the yankees would out there tonight. I'm with you on dj. I know he wasn't as good as this was last year. But i'm still scared of him and he's up you know and i think what the lineup they basically had this three bat gauntlet. I wasn't afraid of gallow. Sorry yankee fans so in a one game where you can do whatever you want with your pitching staff you can really stack it so you can put the guys you want against that three back garlic. That's going to be tough. Are one of the frustrating. Things against tampa is thank last year. Was that guy. Brousseau pronounce it. Also mike brosseau yet so. He's awesome in the playoffs in hanson. I- owner al keeper team together. And we're like brosseau bruce l. Have yeah it was like this guy. He came into his own last year. I think he hit like one thirty and was in the minors basically for the last four months of the year But that's the raise and some this year it'll be another brasow brousseau brosseau. It'll be one other guy we'd never heard of or we we don't aren't afraid of every was fourteen for twenty every scene. Had you know basically you know the the computers have taken a little fun out of the game because it's like they're like look if you're eight in the league and opie s you're you're gonna be around eight through ten in the league and runs scored and it's like no. The rays are in the middle of the pack and open us and running away with runs scored. Now how like doesn't your on-base percentage or your slugging percentage has to be something like no. Here's what we do every time there's runners and second and third with two outs. One of these guys hit. It's it's nuts. It is all and at the end. The giants are the worst are the worst even worse case scenario that because they've been pulling even more shit out of there like i- dodger fan so we like we want hundred and six games and we have to one game playoff like we did everything right. This other team had the all time hot. Blackjack table hot streak that anyone's ever had during baseball season and now we have a one game playoff it. A one game playoff with cowboy joe west behind the play. What the there. It is insane. That dodger fans are gonna have to go through. I did i you earlier. That was like as i was thinking about a buddy about sunny mcclain's when the red sox wanted to thousand four and i was remembering meeting dave roberts engaged kappler win the trophy. They treated it like the stanley cup. Like i think those guys got a weekend with the trophy and so we're at sunny mcclain's and they and they were such nice guys and like the young like us and and and really like just friendly like so excited. They were part of this team. And i. It just occurred to me up like oh. Yeah dave cobbler. Dave roberts they just one two hundred thirteen games combined in this same baseball season dyke. It's it's a. it's a managerial anomaly. Hey guys one hundred six games well. What'd you win the division by seventeen games. No we lost. I say i'd like the rule. I like the road just because it reminds me of what we grew up with especially in seventy eight ironically. Where it's like. There's the two best teams the american league but the rules back. Then where you got to win your division and somebody's got to go home and that's just the way it is at least in this case there's real value to win the division still and you know you can still control your own destiny and you can stack your team in one game and you should win it. The dodgers should win tomorrow night. I i have said a hundred times since july dodger winning that division between five and ten games like it is not buster posey if the only guy who could start for the dodgers and will smith good by the way link. Yeah then watchers are so loaded And that the trade turner. Fleecing i mean. In addition to sherzer like an realized trade journal twenty seven home runs. I was like oh that changes back is just a superstar. Well ali alleviate this because we gotta go. 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"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Four never happened. Two thousand to two thousand eighteen not mentioned the entire broadcast. I don't think we'd just beat these guys three years ago. The wall bucky dan. Popeye goes over. And it's like this is symbolic of the stupid red sox team that we refer. We love where fenway park is. Actually our enemy. Most of the time right. This game stanton hits. Three home runs like he's got to be in the locker about how. How how'd you do in the game. I hit three home runs somehow this card. What's a name when he didn't run on the first one. It was like well. Obviously the ball hit a bird. Yeah he's he's. He gave me mad at him. He knows where the ball lands. I still like you. Were explaining to be that your your dad was giving the weather report and like i don't understand these balls or not leaving the yard. Yeah my dad was saying there was little thick. So the nineteen seventy eight baggage which i think had two thousand four and everything else not happened. Let's be honest we would have been in the fetal position for what two days straight this. Oh my god this is. We're going to relive the single. Were sports memory of my childhood disease. We have to live this back that it. Oh my wife still like yells at me like championships done anything to your nervous system like walkers you pacing like a maniac. I'm like i can't explain it. I don't know. I you'd think i'd be more relaxed. But a one game season ending series against the yankees. It's impossible especially with like nineteen. Seventy eight was such a complicated summer for me with like my parents divorced. I was like i was just totally. I mean you've written about this. Like the red sox were such an escape for us and like like a safe haven and then they were abusive like we're.

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"Working with stephanie. With god i was was great too. You know it gave us a lot of validation. I think as musicians we felt like we're we could hang with with these. You know pop as well as we could hang with the legends. It was great. What's it like to write with someone who hasn't because he he did write some of the songs code wrote some of the stuff we vote. Black is together and a couple of other ones guess. Great ideas he's really musical. And then stephanie lady gaga. You have to teach her how to send. She didn't have teacher out of saying no secret. Singer is off but you know she was nice to To have the band in there and she was a great producer. And i'm glad to that. She chose to keep my version of the band's version o. Shallow pretty much you know on the records. Well it's a trip to hear your your guitar out there when all these young kids are singing along to it and they know that promise of the real is the ban. They're seeing into one of the people worked a lot. And i want to talk about different people in your life that have helped you. But he's a good example of someone who has so much material you never should when it's coming out and that's neil young. Yeah you've been his backup band you've played with some. Could you tell me a bit about how you guys i met. And how that all came about While neil and i had known each other just peripherally because we did farm aid every year. But i i was always kind of you. Know i never really spoke to a intel. Maybe i was sixteen. And i wrote a song called american dream which i have to go find that i don't know where it went but it was like a farmer saw and i wrote that song and then i got the courage to to go out and play it for them and and to play it for for with my brother and we went played for him and he was like. Oh that's great. Sounds good we route by the buses and farm. Eight i remember clears day. That was the first longer conversation that we had with him. And i don't know part of me thinks that maybe he was. He was impressed that we had the courage to come up and do that. And then so over time i think he started to pay attention to what we were doing and We covered one of his songs at a far made in two thousand ten in milwaukee covered song we were doing a song called. La from a record. That kind of didn't come out. Time fades away. It was like you know. Sort of eight year die hard fan. You've no it. But and and he really liked it and so he came and said something after we played we did a good job and then then we just sort of kept in touch is pen pals and he started to give me some feedback and ideas and over the years and then one day he invited us into the studio to record and we did the monsanto. Here's which actually aged quite well. I think them having been found guilty of a number of different things involving glyphosate specifically and so that that was our first for a into his world and we ended up going on the road extensively after that. And we still love him. He's a great captain. So what is it like to play on stage with him. It's like the fullest expression of our dreams As as children. I mean when. I was a kid i dreamed about playing rock and roll like that on a stage for eighty thousand people. Desert trip was quite quite a an incredible show. And if i do say so myself. I thought we made quite a statement on that show. A lot of people saw that show and really loved it. You know he's this character. Who always seems a little out of control but on the verge of being out of control is do you feel that way when you're onstage with them. Yeah but i relate to it. We all sort of exhibited sense of abandoned more out there. It's what we love about being on stage with. Neil because that's where your rock and roll spirit can really shine. what about. Songwriting has influenced you in that way. Sure yeah i mean in the same way that my father has you know. We wrote a little bit together and he. He's got great feedback on the music and another guy you knew. I don't know if you do growing up. But you've talked about him in the past is kris kristofferson. Oh yeah yeah. And other one of the great songwriters of our generation. If he's he the kind of guy you ever went to and said. I've got this song as inspired by something you did. Can i play it for you. Sure he was really a fan of our music. He is a fan of music. Is writing something you do every day or do you right when it comes all right often every other day you know. I mean they're up there. I could come in bursts where like one week all right eight songs or something you know might not right again for a month but you know that's how it works. You never worry. It's not gonna come back. You always know at this point. I have enough material for five records before. I have to write another song so i it's actually kinda like it's kind of annoying because i have all this material and i don't know win it's gonna come out you know and sometimes you write something and you want it to come out right away because it's how you're feeling at that moment but like in the case of perennial bloom. The song from our a record that the sort of been on on the radio a lot and that song was written may of two thousand twenty. And there's a line there. This was like right when the pandemic had hit but the the summer was supposed to be. When you know the virus may be would go away because of the heat and and We were feeling very hopeful and it was like summers. He'll income and soon somebody. Someone beside me actually smiled without a mask and it was more of a a metaphor for someone smiling without you know the metaphorical masks of being themselves and yet that song didn't get released until a year later that same time in may in may of this year and the the same thing applied and so it was almost like it was meant to come out a year later and not at that time because we had a lot more hope for the summer this year than we did back then even so it was interesting. How how songs can maybe be written and not be meant to put out until later which is being forced to accept that. Listen thank you so much. It has been fabulous starting to yeah has thank you thanks to lucas nelson for playing a couple of songs off his new album and share in his story with bruce. You can check out all our favorite lukas nelson and promise of the real solemn at broken record. podcast doc. Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel dot com slash broken pot. We can find. You can follow us on twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced and arose. Jason gambro butting dollars sandler and jennifer sanchez with engineering help. From nick chafee executive producer is me a little bit. Broken record is production of pushkin and if he loved the show and others from pushing industries considered becoming a push push is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad. Free listening for four and ninety nine and look for push. Nick exclusively on apple podcasts subscriptions and also remember to share rate. Reviewers on your pockets. I think he's expect any beats.

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"That was fantastic. Thank you that's pretty heavy for eleven year old. I was a pretty heavy eleven year old for sure. We'll be back after a quick break with more from lukas nelson and bruce adler hard work and persistence have been a way of life. I see me wind since eighteen. Seventy six with a taste. For goodness and unmatched determination. Isabel see me has been the backbone of the winery for over seventy years. Because when life gave her grapes she knew exactly what to do. And that's why glass of seamy wine as a reward worth having because isabel believes that good things come to those who work hard even a small goal achieved as a moment worth celebrating whether it's a medium bodied white wine chardonnay or a full bodied red wine cabernet seven. Ya celebrate your grit with a bottle of goodness with notes of green apple tart pair and citrus too dark fruit flavors like black cherry and blackcurrant. Seamy wines are an excellent way to acknowledge achievement or a well deserved pause for those who know grit and persistence as the hard work. That happens when no one is watching. See me wine. Goodness from grit. Enjoy their many varietals. Wherever fine wines are sold or visit online at shop s. i m. wind dot com to learn more about their premium selection of wines and order. Yours today please enjoy our wines responsibly. Seamy winery geyserville california. These days you have to keep everything moving and reinvent the wheel with a hybrid. You can do both. That's why manufacturers are going hybrid with ibm with watson on a hybrid cloud factories can use to automate the things so they can focus on the next big thing. Businesses that want to innovate at scale are going with a smarter. Hybrid cloud using the technology and expertise of ibm. The world is going hybrid with ibm visit. Ibm dot com slash hybrid cloud. We're back with the rest of bruce's conversation with lukas nelson telling me about meeting bradley cooper and how your work on a star is born. Came around well at first. I was hired because he saw us at desert trip with neil and he's a huge fan and he hired me to be a authenticity consultant. He wanted to basically You wanted me. He wanted me to let him know what looked authentic onstage and how to be rockin roller onstage and what kind of guitars to us and but we ended up singing. I ended up having helping him sing. Learn the sing. And i ended up being the guitar and the music and i ended up bringing my band in and then writing a bunch of songs with.

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"I was fantastic. Thank you so much. I'm gonna tell all now to run out and listen to the album version because it's got a very full almost sounds like the band. Dan lights base. And it feels like rick danko singing it and that's just such a different wonderful version. Thank you thank you. Could you tell me about writing that one. Yeah that was one of the ones that i wrote a while ago and i just i can't help but just feel like it was sort of written like a band song. It's very like you know. I wanted to write a song. It was it was groovy but mellow and it is sort of. I think it's one of the more fun lyrical songs i've written. I sat and fun playing with words on that song. You know it just felt like. I was tangled up in in my emotions. You know sort of like trying to ride about leaving this girl behind. And maybe i was watching some law and order show or something. I felt like you know is using a bunch of legal terms. This album is more for people who have followed you. It's a more country album you and your band or you're kind of very heavy guitar. Driven california style band. But this one feels a little more austin to me. Yeah i don't know where that california style got thrown into all of those articles. I mean you know we. We did the first record. Was in austin that actually only recorded one record in california or two records in california but most of the time i grew up listening to austin texas musicians and seattle musicians. There's no. There's no bands that i was influenced really from california unless you include like buckling or or you know. The sort of the bakersfield sound merle haggard that kind of thing or a. Neil neil young. I guess supposedly you made his his real sound down there in california but we called ourselves cowboy hippie surf rock when we started out. So maybe california was just sort of grandfathered. In at that point. I mentioned you're from this storied. Musical family not only do grow up and musical family. You joined the family band. Pretty early didn't you. Yeah i started flying when i was thirteen. Fourteen in the band. How long have you been playing by that point of two years. I've really got proficient at least good enough to hand. Hang by the third year. I was playing because i spent hours and hours and hours and hours and hours playing. I didn't i didn't stop. I wanted to be an olympic athlete. When i was a young kid. I wanted to be swimmer. And i knew what it took and i wanted to give that same amount of focus and attention in practice to music to stand out as someone who definitely made their life about music to stand out as someone who loves music and embodies music and isn't just riding on coattails or something you know I feel like i had a little something extra approve in to myself as well as others but most of myself that i was okay on my own and that if my father hadn't been famous i would still be capable of putting in the efforts required working hard enough to stand and be heard no matter what what happened to swimming. Well i got distracted by music. And a certain point i'd started. I'm putting more into music than i did to swimming. Music has taken me all over the world. Music is taken me to to to to love in my life is. It's given me confidence. It's given me strength. If there is a god. I think god is music you know. So when did the songwriting start for you When i was eleven years old. I wrote a song called you were it and my dad liked it so much. She put it on his record. It always will be at the time. I was probably about eleven years old when that happened. So second your eleven you start to get royalty checks from one of your dad's album funny story too. Because when i was older i was living in california i went to i went to loyal marymount university briefly dropped out but as i after i dropped out. I was paying rent at this place in venice california and month to month. It was kind of difficult. I was going on the road and making money but there were there. Were times where. I was not gonna make rent. And i remember one day the dave the rent came due and i didn't have the money i didn't have hardly any money. That point. not sure if anybody realizes. But i never take money from my parents. I just i just kind of. I don't know. I forced myself to separate from that because i again i. It was my own thing. So i couldn't pay the rent and i was driving down the pch. Some something just came over me like okay. I'm going to be okay. No matter what. I'm just going to trust that. Life is life is going to be okay and i got a call as soon as i had. That thought. I got a call. And it was that i had a package fedex so i drove to fedex and i opened up the package and it was a check from writing that song for exactly what was due for my rent. The exact to the dollar amount. And i said wow in on that point at that point on i just started. I just sort of said to what. I'm just going to keep trusting. That is fantastic story. I'll play that saw has if i remember it You're.

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"Do you wanna play a song for us. We'll keep talking after sure time wasted again and again known all intentions asan's deemed that work Brain my pain elementary. The child is banging on the wall that separates me from the land on the other shy to remember y l left. You'll love behind to test. How away I've got to have a huge sees that your girl for me but somehow the reason zaki breed insanity my mind. Knock my friend in alone to remember. Might lift your love. The ol- lack to testify on the roy old. Throw in away the situation the on all lack to oh away.

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"Right from lukas nelson and promise of the reels new album a few stars apart. We'll be right back with more from lukas nelson after a quick break. Ever drive in ev. You'd know because once you feel the thrill of electric there's no going back and the next generation of vs. general motors are an absolute joy to drive. Imagine e that can go from zero to sixty in an estimated three seconds a lower center of gravity that handles like a dream leading. You hug corners for tighter ride and don't even get a started unavailable towing capacity. Yeah towing in an e. And what's that acquired driving experience. It's about time you listen to your favorite podcast. The way we intended so get ready to charge up and feel the thrill of the road. It's all made possible by 'althea a revolutionary new ev platform from gm built for power flexibility and range ensuring. You keep the good times going. Isn't it time for everyone to feel good about driving a vehicle. They love. 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Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward dot com. We're back with more from lukas nelson and bruce hatton. Your father had a difficult relationship with nashville when he was a songwriter there sure and he returned to texas Some of you. Some of your experiences reminded bit of rosanne cash and we've interviewed whose father also had a difficult time with nashville pure and didn't want to be there. What's it like for you to go to nashville. Which is not just a city not just a place with with great studios and great great musicians but a kind of industry represents a certain way of thinking about country music. I think nashville has changed quite a lot since those times. Especially in that. There's a lot of quality music. Coming out of nashville. Now separate from what. The radio stuff is separate from what the new country you know that comes out. There's really good stuff. Coming out of nashville. But there's there's great stuff coming all over the place now because we have the internet and we don't need to be in a specific spot really to you. Know there is no hub but nashville itself has an energy and going there and can can help inspire. I think a good music to come by and the level of musicianship that that is condensed. Engine nashville is incredible. Some of the best musicians in the whole world. It's sort of one of the last places where people really appreciate musical talent in terms of proficiency at an instrument and not like proficiency had programming at speaking of which you did this whole album on analog. You did it on tape. Didn't yeah we did he. S did you edit it. Digitally recorded on tape or what. We didn't do much editing at all. It was all live for the most part. They were hardly any overdose. I don't think it's funny because you know people don't really know that they don't notice that because everything has been edited that they listened to to the most for the most part so a lot of times people think that our music is really slick when at same time is just that you know. This band is really really good. They're really good and so they sound like it's been his sounds like it's been produced headed whatever but it is isn't it hasn't and these guys are just good they're good musicians and so i'm proud of them for that. There's not a lot of auto tune on your voice. i noticed. I wish i could sing better in tune. But you know i try. I've heard that you don't like your voice. Is that true. It's not that i don't like it. It's just that i'm it's a work in progress on these. Say i actually like my voice but i can hitting no. I can hit high notes. I can hit low notes as just a different sound. Different timbre and But it's getting more character to it. As time goes by as i go through more things in life and it gets a little more weathered and so i you know i'm i'm trying not to judge it yet. I think your mother said that she thought you'd found your voice on this record. Yeah what do you think she meant. There's certain solves where. I'm actually really happy. With the sound of my voice. She said that specifically regarding a song called throwing away your love which is sort of more conversational sort of tom. Tambor's lower register of my voice. And i liked that lower register that higher register. I couldn't sing that lower When i was in i was younger but i'm able to sing it now. You know get a little lower down there..

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"Are the Of lau encased in this small suspended abo- we can hold on struggle and strive Despite all the dive weasel the alrigh- ooh saw as the river flows bowl in water. Is silence livers. Go jump anytime. Just say you're ready. I'll say your mind and we will be all a we on. Our love will where we did. All empires will foil everything. I.

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"Left for that should enable the horse not something people do gregor's the name of my dad's guitar that's right it is a completely forgotten that alright i am wondering especially if it was in a musical opinions. Oh no no none of that. No you guys don't argue about music and we don't argue about music and and i don't really argue much. It's often times small things like you know As when you're when you're stuck in a room together and you know maybe someone feels unappreciated for the work. They've been doing pulling their weight in in the family. You know and then you know somebody says something and it triggers something else but listen all of these. things are universal. They're not unique to my family. No because you're describing. Yeah exactly we may have different views you know. I don't like to watch the news than they. They like to have that news on twenty four seven. So i you know for me. I don't like to walk into a room. And i'm i'm just like boom right there. It's in my face all these headlines and for me i just know i prefer to get my information very quickly. I get notifications on my phone. See the general headlines not turn it off but you know for some reason that generation my father's generation my parents generation. They they love to just have the news on. And i you know twenty four seven. I wrote a song called. Turn off the news and build garden and that was so you know we have differences in there and that's okay. It's their house. At that point. I was staying at their house. So you know. I can't complain when i when it's on every tv well despite what you're describing. Yeah there's a couple of things that struck me about this album. It's very very hopeful. Albums togetherness may have been tough at points. But it's very much an album about togetherness why do and and after a couple months of rediscovering the tools to live with each other. You know we'd been gone. We've been we hadn't been with each other. We'd been sort of in and out of contact and talking all the time but really spending time together. We hadn't done that a lot and so once we did most. We sat down once we once we started hanging and i rediscovered these beautiful people that were my parents. I felt so grateful and hopeful and it gave me a stronger sense of peace. Ever had a stronger sense of contentment of being comfortable in my own skin of security. Because you know the insecurities that that you carry with you from be relationship with your parents throughout life are very strong if you're lucky enough to be able to sort of confront those insecurities firsthand with the tools. I mean i had learned how to do meditation. I'd learned the tools that you need in order to respond and not react. And so even though i failed many times towards the end of that period of time where i was stuck with them we were really getting along and we worked through a lot of stuff and it was really at necessary. Time for all of us what you're giving hope to an entire country that's coming out of covert. I hope you know that. Well listen What better what better gift could one hope to give you. You are one of the gifts on this album is. We'll be all right. Which is the first song. Was that written with anybody in mind that was written with everybody in mind that was written with the whole world in mind. It's a pretty heavy song in some ways because you know talks about empires falling and understanding that everything's impermanent but you know through it. All through the the world. I write a lot about sort of the outside world. Collapsing and yet love beings love being what keeps us strong through that i would say that i'm a classic liberal classical liberal not not a not a neoliberal but classical liberal in which i really believe in the strength of individuals knowing that things around will be at times very very very difficult and so giving people the tools instead of saying. Let's let's eradicate bullying from the world. Maybe instead say let's learn how to not let bullying affect you. Let's learn how to take people's words and let them slide off and not really let them affect you. You know spilled the strength from within so that we we learned to be strong people instead of relying on on our trying to just say well. Let's eradicate negativities or let's let's take this bad thing and because you're never going to do that. There's always going to be a new thing that pops up so rather than campaigns against the thing itself maybe the thing should be learned how to deal with inside and that sort of a theme that that i think recurs in in a lot of my songs..

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"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on Broken Record

"That hard work paid off in two thousand eight. Lucas formed is acclaimed band. Promise of the real. Who spent the last six years as neil young's tori men and twenty seventeen lucas in the band were cast and star is born as bradley. Cooper's backing band cooper learn how to embody a rockstar on stage working with lucas also wrote the opening. Refer shallow and co wrote some other songs on the soundtrack song by cooper and lady gaga. Today's episode lukas nelson sing some songs from his latest album. A few stars apart also talks to bruce harlem about the very relatable experience of quarantining with his parents and talks about how the first song he ever wrote saved him from getting victim from an apartment. After leaving college. This is broken record. Lana notes for the digital age. I'm justin richmond. Here's bruce hoddlem. In lukas nelson. So thank you so much for doing this. You've got this new album a few stars apart with your band promises real. Can you start by telling me a bit about this album. Yes the record was recorded at. Rca studios in nashville. Tennessee is a historic place. Elvis and my father and so many others have recorded there. You can feel that history when you go in the building. Dave cobb was was the producer on our record and he has produced many fantastic artists including chris stapleton brandi carlile. And he's just a really cool guy and was really happy to to work with him because he he tends to work the way we like to work which is sort of analog live in the studio a little bit old school you might say but he can produce a fresh sound with with that process on. We were really happy to be with him. Was this record was written while you were in lockdown for covert. Yeah we we looked. We look through a bunch of the songs that I had written in the last few years and a good portion of the songs we picked to be to be on. This record were written during quarantine. Okay now. you're from a great musical family. Father willie your. Your aunt has been his piano player for a long time. Got other musicians and your family reu- able to see them at all during quarantine. I was with my mom my mother and father during the beginning the first six months of quarantine which was great. It was really nice to be able to be with them. One of the greatest pains in my life before the pandemic was the fact that my father and i had separate schedules and so you know him. Being in his later years. I wanna spend as much time with them as i can and my work was taking me away from him which even though i knew that he was trout and happy that i'm out doing my own thing and on the road i felt i felt pained not to be with them as much as possible and so when when the pandemic hit we just happened to be in the same place and i couldn't leave anywhere anyway so we got quarantined together and it was the greatest five or six months i had ever spent with them now. I mean most people. I've been away from my family. Your father as you mentioned is he's i think eighty eight now you did a very version online of hallowe'en there. When john prime. I got sick. And of course very savvy. He died of kovin. Yeah was your family. Okay through all this well. Yes i mean we were. We were relatively fine absolutely. I think that when you look at how many people were suffering. I mean we were just sitting on a hill. Austin you know with horses and eating food together and having family dinners and things that we hadn't done in years and so suppose we were very grateful. I mean there were challenges especially challenges in in living together after so long you know some childhood things came up. And you know there's a there's a famous quote and i can't remember who said it could have been rom dos or or ores rinpoche a and one of these these famous buddhist monks. They say if you think you're enlightened spend a week with your parents and i you know. I can't stress enough a lot of us. I was having a conversation the other day. A lot of us really feel as adults. We've sort of become well. Hopefully those of us that feel this way feel that we've become the most peaceful version of ourselves and our ability to let things slide. You know at least for me. I feel like in in my entire life. The most challenging experiences have been when. I've been forced to spend the all that time with with the people who've been able to trigger the darkest parts of my personality and so it really is a great a great lesson and test in mastering oneself in order in when you're spending time with people who know how to press your buttons and who you know how to press their buttons and so two to not to not say the wrong thing that will set them off you know and i don't. I don't know anybody who hasn't experienced that at even a very enlightened levels. I think they were all in in that same boat together. Even the dalai lama probably gets annoyed at some point. You know. but then he's able to. He's got the tools to not let that show or not let that affect how he responds. The difference between reacting to something and then responding is that one is sort of unconscious reaction and the other is conscious response and so that that lesson has been great. And i've i think i've learned how to do that a lot better these days. I have to ask what would trigger your family when you're at home. What would you do drink a your family. Oh my goodness there's so many triggers that we have You know. I mean we're we're all flawed human beings. You know we've got. We've got these cracks in us that but they remind me of the cracks in in in the bulls in japan where they filled the cracks up with gold in know because there is no imperfection really. It's all perfect dino. We have tempers. I mean the nelson. The nelson family has never been accused of being impassioned. We are very passionate people We we have strong opinions about things and we have a difficulty not expressing those opinions all commit the question one other way off and it reminds me you're in texas where i guess trigger should be.

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Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

The JJ Redick Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Detroit Pistons Sign Luka Garza

"Luke garza could actually become a real. Nba player that guy that one collegiate player of the year and yet nobody wanted and is drafted in the nba draft What ended up with twenty and fourteen or something. Last night he was. He was outstanding Again he has dow signed a two way deal. So luger's who does nobody been. It's he'll end up getting four The pistons but luca garza signed a two two way deal. He of course had a historic collegiate career at iowa. But he was you know by all accounts slow-footed big played near around the basket and so was of no use to people in the nba. And yet he made threes. He put up to huge double doubles and in their finale. Last night ends it with twenty one point and fifteen rebounds and got himself a two way contract so the luka garza dream is still alive after getting selected fifty second in the nba draft. He was good and he's fun. You know he's a real throwback but I i love the idea of becoming you know. Just the there's i went back and looked kevin. There's never been a guy like you by where this has happened work. I becomes the naismith player of the year in college basketball. Nobody wants him now. Not all of them have panned out. I e like the tyler hands boroughs but tolerance was like a lottery pick. I think frank mason might be the lowest and he was like at the beginning of the second round nobody. There's not even close to being selected. Fiftieth or fifty. Second whatever you've picked.

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Luka Doncic Agrees to 5-Year, $207M Supermax Extension With Mavs

The Stephen A. Smith Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Luka Doncic Agrees to 5-Year, $207M Supermax Extension With Mavs

"Luca signs five years two hundred seven million supermax rookie extension with the mavs. Luca break i mention hardened have at the to luca is sort of like james harden but clutch right like lucas at twenty eight guy in the regular season ended the playoffs. He's like a thirty six. Eleven eight guy something like that. He's twenty two years old. I player eligible for the designated a rookie mac. Extend upon signing. because he's already twice been voted first team all. Nba deal includes a player option in the final year.

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"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"Mind. I mean you gotta shoot your shot. Right they took a stab at it and it didn't work out. I guess ill smarter them. The part that i can appreciate is the fact that they didn't play around or china just string people along. They came to the realization pretty quickly that this wasn't working out. And that they were gonna move on and moved onto their mo and really kinda reallocated those resources into these other games that have more potential so the fact that they were able to make those decisions pretty quickly i am. I'm happy to see that. You hate to see a game struggle or to even do something like this but for them to be able to make those moves in such a divisive You know what i mean. The internet is is crazy so for them to do that knowing what was going to come later on and and i felt like they didn't really get much slack for it either Because they are able to move pretty quickly and they said you guys would. This isn't working out. We're gonna we're going to focus on other things so i thought that was pretty interesting. I actually like to see more companies make decisions like that when a game just as like. I don't think so ed's our literally literally the team. These smaller team for anthem two point. Oh that dag. I has now on dragon so two point. Oh is going to be a thing at all a very disappointing game. That is labor gettleman. Eight is the big flop for be. Don't make me wanna break table. The clipping over the head. You be the we'll see. Sometimes giving companies have a really bad habit of just not talking about games that are doing really badly and they're just like we're just gonna pretend it's not there really terrible the i got i game for myself on both platforms. I got friends the game this the one come on. Join me friends and at that out pretty quickly and that's how bad it was. I block that from my mind as that being a game that even the flying mechanics was is is amazing. I'm not gonna lie. I loved the flying mechanics. That game was a shell of a game. A truly was appointing. That's gaming friends or like ryan. We thought we thought you liked us. Gift this game that's getting. We don't say a word on the in stream anymore we don't talk about. It is the game that has no name. Okay can let me let me just be perfectly just transparent than for for games this year. I'm just going to bring the caveat that sandra is amazing and avengers. The campaign is pretty cool. Man that game though the multiplayer aspect is so disappointing so disappointing..

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"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"Another question to you. This one is a this is a two parter. This is from aaron l. white on twitter but was asked on facebook if you can have one role on a game development team in nba gifted town to do that job and a high level what would it be and also if you could be a pro at any eastport. What would you choose. Oh man it. It is for the game development side. I would say writer i would love. I wish i could have that ability to craft a story in craft scenes that like stick with people long after they get done playing. You know. I always go back to like a game like the first last of us and like to to be able to craft a magic opening scene that game and like like i had to take a break after playing the opening last of us that was heavy. Dow is heavy coming in the gunman right to be able to craft emotional. And and thrilling story would is something that i just. I wish i could do that. That's what i would choose. What about yourself for that first part for me. I'd have to again. I'm an actor. So it's the voice acting side That really you know what. I mean all holds my heart and just being able to be any character. You know what. I mean like so many of said you get the be anybody that you want to and and it goes even further Within video games animation and stuff like that so for me the voice acting it would. It would be amazing to still go online to to tact in a video game Again if anything. We've learned that. It is very doable. You just have to do and learn and grow and and all that stuff so it would be that would be amazing For me as far as the sports side. That's an easy one. Overwatch could be good at any game and like like ultimate good. It would be overwatch hands down. I've literally playing cop last night. It was our the grade. That would be my game for sure. I would be in overwatch perot And it would be amazing. I love that game. I love that game For what about yours. What would your Overwatch or i you know i would have said super smash the challenges nintendo's having with these birds community maybe maybe not so much anymore honestly honestly i wish i could be a pro at league of legends. Just because of the way they built up that league like to get to experience like a world championships or something like that like the nba competitor there on on stage and you have like thousands of fans in person plus countless more.

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"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"lukas" Discussed on LAN Parties: A Video Gaming and Esports Podcast

"It's been fantastic for me personally. I think my favorite Was was probably sandra She was just so much fun to talk to. And everybody's been fun like her. Her personality is so infectious eye. Love people like that that they just they just give you their energy in this willingly. Put out their energy to the world. you know what i mean. Which is a beautiful thing. And and anytime you're able to receive that and be around. It just makes everybody better. You know what. I mean So for me Sandra probably was was My favorite interview. What about your very leedle it. You're right it's tough because it seems like choosing your favorite child. It's interesting because from from my personal background. Talking to greg. Miller was just like such a cool moment. This is a guy that i had been listening to reading and watching for for years and years and years since he was on before you even snorted kind of funny so like that moment was personally really cool but i had a couple of moments in mind specific moments that i thought were hilarious. Asking jen taylor if she had a windows. Pc and ever used cortana windows so much fun and would we chatted with jeff shine about vendors at asking him. Which would actor would be the worst at being. Their hero rely north. Apparently the moment just not hilarious. And i was shocked that he actually answered. Honestly i mean there were so many that was made has been able to have have people on and and and have fun for people you know again. You know going into this whole thing. The whole world shifted for everybody. And you know again. I i feel like it's really help us to be able to reach out and connect with these people that maybe we wouldn't have had the opportunity to beforehand or if we were just in the building and stuff like that so you know again just having that silver lining the opportunity to be able to have so many fantastic guests On this show people coming on and spending their time to to jab with you. And i you know what i mean and and of course everyone. That's out there listening It's it's absolutely incredible. So i mean again there. I i feel like everybody that we've had on brings and have brought something different In a different perspective and really getting a get down and and starting to know some of these professionals that are in the world. Only what their accomplishments and things that they've done Onscreen or in the public eye but we can dive a little deeper and get to know them as people and and and share that with you guys you know. I think it's fantastic. That's why you know again for me. I i love every interview it is just. It's so interesting and an awesome to to get to speak and talk about games with so many different people it's crazy rate and to hear their different backgrounds and holly got to where they were and and you see like these these crazy and wild stories. Some of them knew they wanted to be like a voice actors since they were a kid. Other people are like stumbling into their dream. Job like fernando at a really young age. So it's just crazy to hear that. And and i think i hope it's inspiring people to because just to see that. Hey you know what it doesn't matter what stage you are in life or what your background was. If you want to be a part of this industry there are multiple ways to get in there and I think these guests show you that that it's possible very realistic for you to work at it and get there one day. Yeah absolutely. I love it..

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