35 Burst results for "Margo"

"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:43 min | 6 d ago

"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"On the unpaved road, I was $57 from being broke. Kiss my mama and my sister. And I said goodbye with my suitcase packed I wiped the tears from my eyes. And like had I signed it this label. That I'm talking about. Either one of them, the one up there in Chicago, or this other one, it would not have had the same impact. I know that 100% because third man had yet to dip their toes into signing any new country artists. To have their endorsement and to have all that steam behind me, I could never repay third man for just how they handled that whole campaign and how they believed in me. And I wish that I would have thought to send it to him sooner because I spent a year in purgatory as I like to call it just kind of sitting there like waiting with me sold the car and it was a year went by. Like, wow. I was not doing well. Well, and you were doing it the old school way. You know, for lack of a better term, as I joked earlier, the social media wasn't really a part of it. I mean, a lot of bands now would have said, okay, let's just put our music out on the Internet. And let people find it that way. I was fascinated by that. That you would sort of done it this way because it seemed like that was important to you. Like you could have talked to some people and said, oh, Markle, you should do it this way. And maybe you even got that advice and chose to ignore it. I'm curious about that decision. The route you took is not the route that a lot of young artists are taking these days to get their music out into the world. Well, I guess it saves them a lot of grief to just like, you know, now to be able to go on TikTok or on YouTube and just like upload the thing and have some kind of instant success, I wouldn't trade my years of writing in an econoline ban all over the United States and just meeting people and a lot of times I was getting suggestions that I should either change the music, you know, make it less rootsy sounding. Make it like more modern or whatever. And I didn't take any of that advice and I also had people telling me all the time, you should go on Nashville star and you should go on the voice or American Idol or any of these things. And I was like, that's just not my vibe. I feel like I think that, you know, I'm not very good at bluffing and if I don't like something, I'm just not gonna do it. And even as my career has taken off, there's been so many times where people have suggested that I collaborate with, you know, this like Joe schmo, major label bro and I'm like, I'm really sorry. I just, I can't do it. And you know, I know I'd have like millions of Spotify plays or whatever the goal is, but for me, it's not a blood sport, it's just like about, yeah, making the music mean something to you. Woke up from the movie I need a forgotten got a heartache

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"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

04:46 min | 6 d ago

"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Soul music. To the county jail and turn myself in spending all movie can see far from my good time and Friends. Baby things went bad things went worse. I guess you know the end. The only thing I know for sure is I am going back again for a while we were just listening to The Rolling Stones and just trying to write rock and roll, which I think could use more of a resurrection than country music. Where is that scene? And where is that now? Well, are you right so movingly about Joni Mitchell? Be a heck of a music critic, Margot. Yeah, and I am. I tell you what, the privacy of my own home and the things that I don't put on Twitter. I've really had to learn to watch my mouth and not try to put down people who are really just trying to express their soul, but I think I get so fired up about music and about just visual art also because that's what art does. It evokes feelings within us. But for sure, I know a lot of people would probably just prefer that I just stick to making traditional country records and that old school country funk stuff, which I think really is my bread and butter, but I'm just too I don't know, I'm just too interested in doing other things. To stick with just one genre. And I think it really makes you well rounded if you're, you know, there's so much music out there. Like, why would you limit yourself to just one thing? You know, I want to get your take to and Loretta Lynn. I know that you knew Loretta, she obviously just passed at age 90, in her sleep. Did she seem like a beautiful way to end a beautiful life in a lot of ways, you know? But the parallels between your career and hers, you know, she wasn't making records until she was 30. She'd already had like four kids by that point. You are a mother. And you're like Loretta in some ways a late bloomer in terms of the public knowing about you. Did you talk to Loretta at all about her career path? That inform any of any of the way you approach things. 100% when I when I finally got the opportunity to sit down with her, we were backstage at BlackBerry farms in Tennessee and I was just such a moving conversation. Her daughter, Patsy brought me back there and she was saying, oh, Loretta, you and Margo, you have so much in common, you know, and it was kind of talking about some of the stuff you said. And she said, in your both, your birthdays are just one day of heart. Loretta is April 14th. I'm April 15th. She's like, you're both colorblind and, you know, you're both real. You're both real fiery and you've both also, you know, lost a lost a child. And Loretta turned to Patsy and she said, now shut up, Patsy, who the hell would want to talk about? Something like that right now. And she got off. And it was just a way to break the ice in a way, but we sat there and spoke for a long time. And I spoke to Patsy and Peggy and Loretta all about how it worked, how she could do what she did and have a family because even now I'm really still trying to navigate that with my daughter being three who ended up being named after Loretta because when I found out that I was pregnant in 2018, I thought, you know, here I am, I'm in my mid 30s. I'm a woman. I just got my career off the ground and now I'm knocked up. And I just kind of saw everything just like that I had worked for and everything just shattered before me. And it just makes me cry. Loretta just, she just said, do not worry about that. Your fan base is going to accept you. And you can have as many as many babies as you want. And you don't have to, you don't have to be worried about that. And it was a real relief. And so then when I ended up being as Jack said, I was ten months pregnant when I was singing at her birthday June. Been pregnant for four years. And yeah, and she just, she just gave me so much confidence and. Just really kind of set my mind at ease when I was when I was very worried about what all that was gonna

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"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:06 min | 6 d ago

"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Like, well, you know, when this is what I'm hearing on the radio, of course my songs aren't gonna be popular, you know? In that way, but we have been for years we've been working on this compilation of unreleased buffalo clover stuff, all these, you know, all these old recordings we have and I have definitely been thinking about doing some kind of soundtrack along to the book with some of those songs that I really loved from those times. But also I was finding my voice, I never was working with a producer. So it's like when I go back and I'm listening to my singing, I'm like, oh, I haven't even found my voice yet. You know, I was singing in my lower register and so some of it's kind of, it is a little hard for me to hear, but I think a lot of the writing actually still holds up, you know? But some of it doesn't. Some of it's cringey. So I'm lucky that it took me that long. I'm not singing songs that I hate at 39. Right. And the other thing that's interesting to me is obviously Midwest farmer's daughter came across as a country record. You know, people sort of perceived it as country, charted on the country charts. And then I remember seeing you live and I go, you know, she's not a country artist at all. I mean, she's country, but she's doing all these other things, which explains to me like the buffalo clover. A section of the book where you're really doing everything. There was no music that you were kind of not at least somewhat conversant with. It seemed to me like you had this wide body of experience and stuff that you really loved and you chose to focus on the country stuff for that one record. But I'm curious about that experience, how that informed you as a songwriter, having this wide body of stuff that you would write in that particular vernacular, and then you would jump to something else and do something else. How did that inform you as a songwriter in developing over the years? Well, I think it's especially when people do come see us live, it's more than just a country show, you know, we've been studying psychedelia

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"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:27 min | 6 d ago

"margo" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"That is a little bit of a song called the shuffle man by Robin Hitchcock from his new album shuffle mania. Starting out as a folky in Cambridge, England, mister Hitchcock went on to front the very influential psychedelic pop band, the soft boys. This, at the height of the punk explosion in England, everybody was tearing everything down. And Hitchcock was singing with the soft boys. I wanted to destroy you, making fun of that attitude. After the soft boys, he started a long and fruitful solo career. He is now up to, depending on how you count. 22 solo albums. Hitchcock is living these days in Nashville with a partner Emma swift, who is collaborating on this album with him. You know, he apparently unusual in his long career. He's now 69. Went into a period of not writing any songs. Wondered if there was much point anymore. During the pandemic. Then he bounced back with a very productive songwriting spree, he tapped Greg long distance, some of his many fans and collaborators, including Johnny morrow, the Smiths, is on guitar, Sean Lennon. Obviously Hitchcock always a huge fan of Sean's dad. Wilco's pat sanson and others. So let's play a track from shuffle mania. We'll come back and give our opinions of this record. This is called the man who loves The Rain on sound opinions. Scattered in drops on my window hand he wrote I. Am the weather thing. I remind the love The Rain. That is the man who loves The Rain from the new Robin Hitchcock record shuffle mania. You know, you mentioned the guests on this record. He also reunited with soft boys alums. Yeah, Kimberly roo and Morris Windsor. Yeah, there was an actual soft boys reunion a couple of years, which is really cool. I almost feel like in some ways this is summing up record for Hitchcock. Is 2017 record, a self titled, was a late career, although Robin seems infinite, so I hesitate to call it late career. Timeless. But just a fantastic record. Yeah. I think this record is in the same league what that one, which means it's one of the best records of Hitchcock's career. You know, he calls it his party record, but with Hitchcock, it's always a little bit tongue in cheek as well. The party record in terms of some of the upbeat songs, you know, played shuffle man at the top, and that is an exuberant high energy track. And there are several others on this record. Mixed in with songs that are a little more poignant atmospheric, like the one we just played. The man who loves The Rain, an absolutely beautiful song. It says, respect the dead, you'll be joining them soon. Yeah. Respect the dad you will be joining the suit I think this record

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Chris Kohls Weighs in on Margot Kidder As Lois Lane

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:32 sec | Last month

Chris Kohls Weighs in on Margot Kidder As Lois Lane

"Kidder. Where do you stand on Margo kit? Because I'm a little bit conflicted here. I've never had a problem with Margot Kidder. I've always thought that she was a fine actress and well cast in the part just because she's so spunky. And that to me is the essence of Lois lane. She's the spunky girl who gets into trouble and that Clark Kent finds himself falling in love with and can't help himself from just, you know, we can't always decide who we fall in love with. Sometimes they're not the best people for us. And in Clark Kent's case, it becomes his great weakness. So

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"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

06:20 min | 5 months ago

"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"A brutality in that that is fascinating to me and also terrifying. Game clock running. City crazy he's been talking first twist in to get the shot the fans are coming from praying they smile and clear it's crazy if I mistake shy so you run every time I want you fine but everyone knows you everyone sees you the best ever story we never fly. Where's the circle. No one knows the answer that's all ready give me up for a crystalizing of mine. To call the film with me baby we are with the station until you are no one loves you fine but everyone knows you everyone sees you and I must tell the story we never fly. Around the states it's who you are you know you crying everyone on the street everyone sees you and we'll take the story we never like so shut your mouth no it's too. Up to dance with different lights. I used to face repeat on every screen where hit me inside I was doing everybody. The dream of life. Is unbroken. For people because. It's real.

"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"margo" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Keep cool down in the quiet of the morning. Sweat blood when the sun comes through. They could miss on the pond before the temple. Headed down for the final run didn't. Everybody ready to justice. Just another miles ago. But the strings will keen and the horns will cry. When it's just me against the sky I am doing this for revenge. I do it mister try and stay true. I do this for the ones they left a twist in the wind. I'm doing this for you. I do it this way. I'm doing this for that. I am doing this to try and stay strong. I'm doing this for the one she had to leave behind I'm doing this for you I'm doing this for you and you're in this space.

"margo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"margo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Whether you look at elements of the energy transition not just the short term energy crisis but the restructuring of a lot of industries because of that that's going to cost When you look at government spending because of additional for spending on defense or healthcare that adds cost All of those things that cost you need to react to those And by the way you need better policy on the fiscal side on the climate policy side to help smooth that out So look we can get ultimately inflation is a choice We can get the level of inflation that we deserve When central banks do their job But they are leaning against some pretty big forces that it really built up in the last couple of years Margo are you concerned about especially when it comes to climate initiatives And promises in goals that have been laid out that if the economy seems to get into a trickier state and a tougher situation that those positions and those policies are pushed aside again Well Carol I think we got again distinguished between the short and the medium term Now on the short term side there's a scramble for energy particularly in Europe Many of the sources and in the emerging world as well And many of the sources are higher emitting sources in some cases coal and that's going to use up more of our carbon budget in the short term So that's unequivocally bad news for the climate transition However what this crisis is doing is concentrating the minds of companies of countries to say well maybe the system we have right now isn't that great It's highly volatile It's expensive It has issues in terms of reliability And it's destroying the climate at the same time And any major decision on climate takes about 5 years to have an impact So whether you're putting in a new LNG train whether you're constructing large scale offshore wind whether you're doing something that nuclear side.

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"margo" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Regan return by rats. Rat explosion rat infestation route apocalypse by the way our buddy margo howard just texted and say apparently inadvertently said eradicate rather than radically. If you i wish i was that clever margot unfortunately not but we have another side of this issue. Apparently kate from newton. Who i believe is a vet. Hi kate welcome guys high doing marjorie locate thrilled to have you what's up. You really avert a veterinarian..

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Tour and is it as rewarding for me i would love to get out there and do a ninety minutes set have all my shit on stage and not just like get up there and try to punch it in thirty minutes and win over somebody else's crowd It's hard you know. it's not always fun. it's like some sometimes. It is sometimes a crowd scrape. It's work but it is work. One of my questions for you was a or two questions but one of them was. Does it get easier the more successful you are the more leverage you have with misogyny and what you're tying me is no. I mean i think that. I mean no matter what you do. Yeah i mean it's still there and it's in it's still as it does always feel clawing i relate to that or it's like you know am not to say that something's haven't gotten better or something's have gotten easier but i mean i still. I'm having the same. The same set of challenges. Large times where it's like okay like that building's not fair that money's not fair but i do think that things are slowly changing. Were all slowly moving zeile. I mean. I can't imagine what it's like to be a black women in this business or minority end just to like not have the respect that that should be do is literally. I was talking to alison russell the other day and it was just like man. Like don't worry. I think that a lot of these old guards are going to get replaced in. You know maybe in like ten to twenty years. You've got a lot more women at the helm a lot more people of color folks that are open minded and you know hopefully hopefully. Someday it'll even out. I feel like we're seeing it. Yeah yeh women are really crushing and there are definitely people out there who are saying. Look same thing like with the business. Okay in my business. I'm gonna make sure that i'm doing things in a way that reflect my values and then also there are people saying. Oh i'm an you know book festivals. And i'm gonna make sure that there's going to do the extra work dismantle a segregated society totally totally i you. It's easy to go on a tear. But i feel like if we don't talk about the a lotta these things that is just not going to change and a lot of people don't know that there are these like challenges that come along with it. No these see the highlight reel and out. There's all the behind the scenes shit going on the pandemic really like made it clear the financial dire straits. Everyone is in. And it's getting worse. And worse i mean i have musicians calling me that i'm friends with that are like hey I just got this publishing deal. But like after i pay everyone back i have nothing. Yeah is yeah. I feel i feel like wow hearing you talk about it because i feel like i've been wanting to do the exploitation of artists like get a history really figure it out as a podcast and i want to put it on streaming services. Yeah no i i think. That's an amazing idea. And i would be your guess we can. I mean we just did it. I mean we just yeah. I did read this deadline. I upset but i do think that in this celebrity culture. It's hard to even fathom anything other than celebrity status like the joke that your parents won't understand what you do until you've been on tv. It's so true. I mean i was talking to some friends and they were like it. Some friends talking about some other high school friends of their like. You'd know that they should talk to how dumb you were. The whole time that you're living in nashville and in the second i got on the first. Tv show or whatever they were like. Wanna be my best friends in. It's because like you ask all being nice. You giving you tickets this whole time and then just found that out last week but that's the way it goes. Who told you. Nobody should tell you that stuff. I would rather live completely aloof and have my haters be like kissing my ass ignorant as liz. It is amazing when people try to tell me they have a problem with me. I'm like why are you telling me this right now. I don't want it behind my back. I don't wanna know people think it's fun but it's not and i'm like one law ceo say is that i've i have repeated your quote about note children's in ruin my career. I did that on my own. I relate to that very much. So thanks for that jim over the day that you tweeted it. Well i had a joke for you. That was like. Wow margo having kid really ruined your career of i got well i did have people say that when i got pregnant with ramona. I remember that yeah really bugged me and so it was really great to have a mom friend that is also doing it. And we can talk in beacon rela- Know that it's like no. I totally one hundred percent on that on my own but my opinions and my big mouth. This latent misogyny and everybody that's like women in music are only as valuable as their sexual availability and so women in music actually feel like i can't get married. I can't come out of the closet. I know i can't have kids. I have to be man like to be powerful. Yeah and i feel like women are more than ever especially the younger generation. Proving that you don't have to be like any man or woman or anything you can just be awesome and be consistent and you know even if your contribution to the conversation as i reached five thousand people and they were somewhat influenced to right or create something else that influenced so many people were all just sort of adding into this. I have had the most fun talking to you. It's been one of the best podcasts. That i've done this entire past. I've done a million building this up. We've learned like builds up. I had really covered everything kind of naturally Like let's call it exploitation. And i'm like all right. I'm jau let's do. I'm down It was such a pleasure. Yes i'm ready to do this person to vox. Let's get together all right. Let's do it. Thanks for listening to the tacos podcast. And thanks to margo for chatting. We liked what you heard. Definitely check out their recent records and of course check out talk house on all your favorite social channels. This episode was produced by melissa. Kaplan toss team is composed and performed by the rain the next time..

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Like reminding your partner that you're a bad ass because you show them this other part of you that so i just like i said i have a really hard time mentally continuing to give to this. Sometimes it's hard for me to just keep giving then feel like i'm scratching incline. And now i know. I don't i don't care anymore and like not carrying has been the best thing in the world. I also feel very much like it's a new frontier and there's just where i'm at in my life. I'm just not sure what's next you know. Well i mean. I think you're proving that you can do it anyway. You want in What i loved by. Harry nilsson was that he just put out these great records in he was like. I'm not going to go out in like two of them because he had social anxiety. Aged didn't do it. it's cool. Thanks for the records harry. Yeah didn't matter. I'm glad he made them. You know but yeah. I feel that and i also have really had to work hard words like i kind of always had this thing in my life where i thought if i just had this i would be happy if this just happened i would be happy and then i achieved them. Yeah then i might i. I did a lot of the things i said i wanted to but i'm still sometimes very not happy in. It's you like the comparing. And i'm like i wish i. I wish i could do this like this person does in. It's like i have really tried to cut that out just for my own mental sake in the comparison in all that because i just there's always somebody doing something it never ends. Yeah there's always somebody that's a step ahead of you. And i'm like i just feel like i can't keep up and no matter how much time i put into my music and no matter how much time i put into my kids and my home and like trying to do the things that i think are gonna make me like a whole person. There was some quote that i read tweeted a while ago. But it's no matter where you are what you think you want. When you get there you'll be there with the same baggage and that baggage is interesting because it drives right like drives you to keep going and creating in wanna do something but then it also it's toxic because you know every buddy is in between record cycles and yet you know everybody for every person who's career you envy you can look at a million people who wish they could get a gig right right exactly. You know it's still interesting is like living in this town and its seeing show business and you know it's a small town and you have your like group of people we've known each other for how many years now it's gotta be like nine or ten years you see so many people start out and then go through their first press campaign and like their first thing in there like i'm gonna make it in like the idea of making it people sales time to meet jose like we should remorse successful. Your music Unlike feel successful yet backhanded compliment is that people don't realize it all the time it'll be like what artists do you think should have more success than they do. People are always taking on twitter. And i'm like almost thanks. But i mean i'm fine. I feel pretty good. I'm fine de to alright. Irking when i first moved here because i'm not from here but i moved here and i had you know i wrote down a list of all the places i wanted to play and like. I remember all the bands i wanted to play with. And like you know. All the people i wanted to meet and collaborate with. It's like when you get knocked down those like first few times lay it takes a little bit stand back up again and i remember being like just seeing you kaitlyn and seeing those darlan's and pale blue dot and like so many of those bands on i was just like i really want to play shows with those people like i wanted to have what you kaitlyn hot and i wanted to like being seen and i remember feeling like outsider for a really long time and Feeling like loser. And i think when i kind of started to be more self deprecating in just be open with. I was like yeah. I'm not really doing very good. It's funny right. it is funny. It's relatable you know or like there was a while like would go out on the road and like like going out and playing like just a weekend run dates with buffalo clover. Whatever and i'd come to town and like be hanging out with bandidos or whatever band was at the five spot. However your gigs to speak. And i'd be like oh my god of soga like pilots seventy five people. They're always like pushing a little bit like it was great. The reality of it is like well. I lost two hundred dollars and we all slept in one hotel room on the floor in a recovered right. My first headline tour for charlatans and i had this amazing press campaign and this was when the world starts with you right like you. You're only so aware of things as they have into your you know. So i thought i've got an agent. Put me out on tour. These clubs are going to be packed. You are getting great. Press for that record to like you had npr and you had and it was nowhere. And i was selling. I love that record knows i know we're right. I felt like it was easy for me to come to this town and get somewhere with my songwriting and figure out what i wanted to do by looking around but you and i didn't have the benefit of being raised in his culture so we're like really isolated other worlds in the you come here and you don't know what you're doing you're doing it and you're trying to listen to what people are telling you to do and you don't really know in you're young. Yeah but i went on that tour and there was nobody there. I mean there were some people there at in big cities. But i played a lot of shows like ten people and rahlem haas was in my band and he was in the features and i was like is this how this and he was like. Yeah so i like you know. This is just gonna keep going up and it didn't it didn't it actually sort of flatlined and i've been like living with that. I had to figure out what my purpose was. Because i couldn't depend on the world to give me my purpose. I had to figure out. What do i enjoy doing. I enjoy making stuff. And so i'm just gonna dive into doing that. Because that gives me the high and the validation the dopamine and all that yet i mean there is nothing. There is no greater feeling than you're like Grace on the high from that. It's different. I mean you know like the united states. That's great too. But you know even me. I'm like it has been really long time since i've done a headlining tour and i feel like i'm always getting There's a lot going on in the world. I don't think a lot of even ready to go is jammed back in a crowded room of watching the show right now but i feel like you always get kinda They just want to understand me. They wanna make sure it's safe. They want to make sure it's a good luck blah blah blah. But then it's like i. I'm getting ready to go out and do like a bunch of opening stuff and it's like okay that's great. I'm going to make more money doing that. Probably than i would if i did a headlining.

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Seeing them claverie. I had dp. That had his own it was. He was just doing the camera. Four k camera in humans doing the camera and he just in his mind body was the director and There was me and also a director. And then there was me to directing as well so like we didn't know until i like i had entire shots worked out and then i got the footage back and it was like all close ups. Like what am i gonna fucking do this. Close up right now. Mazing negation. I have none of it is like passive aggressive way to get back at like. He had this idea for the video that we were just like. No you don't the saying it's like you'll catch more flies with honey than vinegar or whatever and it does pay to be nice. I never want to be like oh man she was such a bit. She was really hard to work with and she just but you know. Sometimes you're like no. I have a vision and i know what i want. And that's where it gets tricky being a woman because it's that's always how it gets framed like while she was so bossy is like no. I was actually just assertive and wanted to make sure that. I got what i wanted. Because i'm paying for it i am. I am the boss. Don't forget you work for me. I'm sorry but when they say. This album sucks because we did something wrong. They're not going to say you did it wrong. You're going to say that. I did iraq. That's right it's like sometimes. It is really not fun. Being the boss and i feel as things have grown in my band. Sometimes i feel like maybe they don't want to hang out with me the boss or you know like whatever that is they are also respectful of me and they all end they call me the boss and they know that i am but like in the same way. I value their input in i. I love that. They want to add to the songs and collaborate and be like. Hey i had an idea for this and and we've all gotten so much better about listening to everyone's ideas in not shooting them down like we've already said in his conversation like i've picky about who i collaborate with and who i work with but i will always go for someone who is quirky and a great writer but maybe he doesn't have any kind of genius musical ability. But there's no you can just always get a gut feeling from people if it's gonna work. Yeah you really have to have great people around you that you trust and that trust you speaking of which who pledged case. I know you embody played most of the stuff on your album. But who else played on it. Okay so linwood regensburg. Who's the bass player from those darwin's as remembers spend ever. Yes miss them great band. And then andy spore. Who's been playing drums in. Houston play with how i became the bomb and then hangs came in on one song. That's it yeah and then the rest is all you buddy yes Such a great record. Thanks so do you guys write lyrics together to or is it a soli like musical operation. No it's always your lyrics when i write songs together. It's usually like he wrote a riff. And i'm gonna sing and write the lyrics over it or he had the melody but he's musical like lyrics for him are hard and they're extremely are easy and musically he can do anything it's annoying. I'll just leave. Oh not in writing in like reporting. Just leave. Because i know if i leave. He's going to do something great. But if i'm watching him he will be like all nervous and it will work out but writing together. There will be times where i'm like. It's not that court. It's this court like this is genuinely marina or yeah so we have a pretty good relationship that way in the writing. I think he has a couple of songs on there but he he can write his own songs but he just doesn't anymore he just gives me all the good ideas and then i finish it or we work on it together right. I were mom so we don't have much time. Yeah i know. Jeremy is more like writing all the time running on time. And i feel like i will wait for things to boil up but he knows like how to get the best outta me to for in the studio and i'm mike. There's been a couple times where he's really really made me upset because he he read this thing about like etta james longtime ago how they would piss off to get a good vocal take and i don't like to be angry. I feel like you can't focus when you're angry. But i was doing this whole kind. Kinda poem thing in the studio the other day. And i like on the demo. I had it perfect. And i was like. I'm never gonna redo it. I don't want to redo it. I you know. I know he'd that. I now and i was like i. Just i can't get there. I need to have like an extra schism. And he's like he likes stopped to everybody. He walked into the booth. Any whispered something in my ear. And i was like. I don't know if i can swear on here. You've been swearing. Even swearing a lot right other good to have a lot of beeping ups. Do i wanna ask you you bastard. I was like how could you say that to me and the whole of everybody got really awkward. It was like oh mom and dad are fighting again. As today ended i did. I had a great shake but everybody wanted to know what he said to me. And i was like i can't tell i can't tell you. But only he would know how to get something like that outta me or really only he would know how to like really hurt me or make me upset. Think that it's interesting to me to in a relationship like my buddy you know and having a kid and becoming infinitely harder to find time you know just to. You know goof around. Everything has to be really scheduled and really Routine oriented to get the work done. And we have deadlines otherwise like. Let's go to the pool and spend time with our kid totally right and live life but there are times when he would be like. You're not really writing or same. You're not really doing anything. I see you and i and then i'll do something amazing like quickly for example. I didn't play guitar at all during the pandemic same. I only played piano. I don't know why. But i could not make myself pickup guitar. I love piano. So i didn't really play at all. And then we went to learn the record. And i learned all these guitar parts. That were hard for me. Which i love to learn because it's a challenging as finger picking. It's where i wanna go right. And that and he was surprised. I only see you remember. Not.

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

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Amount will be determined based on your credit income and certain other information provided in your loan application go to upstart dot com slash talk house. I had a question for you as i was thinking about our conversation. How is it for you in buddy to collaborate. Raise a kid and do all these things together. Because i'm totally in the same boat. Yes jeremy and i and i feel like they play similar roles in what we do. It's like buddy like you know he. He does so much playing like place many instruments and does so many recordings with jeremy. It's the same thing. Play every instrument my band and he's like really like started so many of my songs or like helped me finish them wrote great lines. So how how is it like. Especially now that you'll have a kid feel like in relationships. There's a natural codependence that occurs because buddy. I had the same dream. And i feel like you and jeremy same dream right totally and so you could actually like lineup. In the beginning there was never an explanation of why you're spending twelve hours working on something and so when it lined up together when we were finally like we'd been a few years before we started working together. Same look cool. My johnny marr. You know yeah and then we both were like okay. What roles do we need. We've been like. I've been diversifying for twelve years like yet every time i feel like i've learned another skill that i need i. There's another skill. i need to learn now because his life but like i'm learning like i'm doing so much video work this time around which is creative. I love it. I have even with my second album with third man. We try to plan ahead and get like videos or whatever but sometimes it wouldn't happen are like i have to have a video so would go into my movie and i used to love to take found footage like videos that you've made really recently remind me of a lot of stuff that means jeremy is to do like we would go backward. I felt like i had more time. We'd go to the library and get like the stock footage that you know that anybody could use and we did a lot of the start. Stop motion like animation. Like i loved doing that. And i love doing collage ing. And like i feel like it's really cool. Well it's so funny. Because i was saying i don't wanna do need video i it was kinda make and i was feeling very. I have a hard time. Starting things in the ones. I'm going like okay can do this now and i was kind of like. I don't wanna do video. So i hired someone to do video and didn't turn out and i was like the i i. The video is due two days ago. Good do this in the next week and it forced me to do the stock footage. And it's so fun. And i enjoy it so much and you get to do a lot of it. Has you know lining up movements and speed all that stuff. And i learned after effects which is so fun but then i'm also like learning photoshop i'm designing merge. I'm doing basically trying to know how to do us all the programs to do these things because the more The budgets aren't it just doesn't exist. Yeah well because i mean. I'm really happy with label situation. I can do things that i thought but do i want to just get in the whole over a million things like it i still. I'm still paying for this. You are because it's basically just a bank that you're like in debt to and you're either gonna buy your way out they're gonna drop you or you know who knows how it's gonna end or you're gonna recoup in ten years live right interesting. It's nice when you record. Start coming back to you. I have to my records back to me already. Suggests it saying the ten year deals on like really glad that i stuck to my guns on a lot of that stuff but yeah if you're a smart business person which i think to survive these days you have to have some concept of that unless you're Funded by like family wealth brave. But if you're like us midwestern middle class lower middle class don't have trust too far in thing. There's no like. How does that person not a job. There's none of that going on always had a job. If you're like that you sort of have this necessity to be a good business person and as a good business person you can say. How long does it take to make ten grand now. The video the industry of really amazing artists that make videos. They deserve to make a lot of money. I wish that there was the economy for him. So you start to think okay. We'll videos are basically lighting money on fire. Yeah nowadays and they're fun to do. But how can i do something creative. That makes sense. Where i'm you know buying materials. I'm just into the like hell by the materials and then have those got like you know you've like painters have paints we have. Yeah lighting and stopped and now i feel like videos can be so hard too because when i started doing because all my videos in with buffalo clover in all those things like it was always. Diy in. i loved that. Because i don't like one more level of creativity that you get involved in. But then i was the third man had a couple of ideas for videos and like two of them just turned out like i wanted them to be serious and i don't know if it was because they were like country or whatever it was like whoever i would get do it with like wanna make it like hee-haw or something like some slapstick like a character like kooky. Yeah and i'm like. No i don't want this to be funny. And then i really felt like lighting money on fire because the move would have to do this damage control. How can we salvage the footage and shit. You know but i just recently started doing videos with a really old friend of mine. Her name's kim stuck wish. And she is a self made woman also from the midwest she has been through a lot of traumatic events in her life is just so strong always keeps going and she's done videos for me and even if we don't have it in the budget to make her vision controversial. She'll be like all despite his not gonna take it back later. She's like i'm gonna buy a bunch of plants that like home depot will take them all back By this will take it back. She's done videos like for longtime she was like producing. She would be doing everything but typical woman like not get any credit and she just ended up like she just directed video for livio rigo. Amazing i know just out of having like nothing. I just have so much respect for her. I love introducing friends..

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"To music totally totally. I mean i'm not like totally against streaming. i use it as well. And i love making playlists and i. It's so convenient is wonderful but it's like there has got to be a way that we can. I don't i don't know if there's also like if this labels are getting more like you were saying certain artists get. They can make more money. But when you're a small fish in a big pond it's like they're like we'd do not care. We're not gonna pay you. I mean there was some terrible quote from the ceo the other day. I can't remember exactly what it was. But it was like basically saying like you know we're not gonna give handouts or i don't know what kind of two member was when it first came out. He said you can't just put out a record every two years like you used to and expected to work on spotify and he kind put you know. Totally brushed off the idea of paying more and went. Like it's your fault you need to produce in this other way and it sucked and it's it was sad. is just as a business owner and yes like i own a very small business still a great business than i love it by the way i go in there all the time it's great. It's you know maintaining giant closet clothing I i always think about people that work for me. That's as a business owner. You know you can have morality. You can make decisions based on. How much money's coming in but also taking care of people so i don't buy it that there's not a way to take care of the equity and not just the inequity just to pay workers and so that's why i feel like so one of the I remember reading this just lament. One of the ways to exploit workers is to declassify them and so it makes sense that that word content provider came up about what seven or eight years ago. We are the ones making what is being sold. Whether you're sawing through subscription or what not we are the laborers we are. The workers into diaz fai makes us feel disconnected from the transaction. That's taking place so it doesn't surprise me. You know. I i feel captive by the hand. You know that feeds me because you can get playlist student. I get plea listed a lot. Yeah yeah which is super nice same. Same i'm sure that i've want fans through there. It's not that. I don't want to be involved. I just feel like so many artists. That i talked to are fed up with it like i did as zoom kaliko with britney howard and i said what pisses you off most about the music industry and she said one hundred percent streaming is and she was like it was before the election and she's like if someone good in there she's like we need to go to the white house and you need to have a meeting in. We have got talk about it. It's not like we're trying to bankrupt. Were anything but it's not just spotify. It's apple spotify amazon and all the other. there's a bunch it's a culture that says we figured out a way to create a paywall for ourselves and we want all the people again. We want you to work for free. We want you to because we know you're going to do it anyway. Exactly and that's the philosophical dilemma at the bottom of it. Because like i just said yes to. I'm not gonna say time very wise to call anybody out. But i said yes to a free show. I'm not saying that it was a free. It was free to the public but it was also. I wasn't gonna get paid. And then of the billing came out and it was really bizarre because girls opening for boys regardless of what the situation is always. And i just felt like one. You're selling a ton of alcohol and you're not even gonna throw me one hundred dollars yet. Percentage of the bar. Because they're not going to be there drinking if it's dead silent. They're sitting in a field. It was sold to me in a different way. I said yes. I was told. I want you to have a ban. And i said absolutely not gonna pay to play no. I'll give my all donate my time. But once we're involving other people would never ask my band of play and not just. It's not a relationship. I want and it's it's against same right. Yeah and i can't afford to like eat a show and it's not worth it anymore. I just have. This dislike growing anger. And i'm sitting there. I said yes to it in as a favor. And then i got drew more and more resentful as the date was coming especially the billing was super messed up and i almost wasn't gonna play it but then i thought i just wanna to get through this and i don't want him. I said what i needed to say. Yes they knew. i wasn't having it on stage. You know i love to do that. Shit do you. Oh my god it is like so twenty. Four year old me. I was just raging rag rona. Yeah i always feel like. I'm still climbing and climbing. I don't know if you still feel that way. But i feel like you're you're kicking ass will thanks so you have leverage. I still feel like you know. Someone's i'm like. I a bash. Said that like that made people really angry at me. Maybe i shouldn't have posted that most of the time. I try to live without regret but better. Yeah it does feel good to get up there be like. Hey isn't it fucked up. I'm the only girl playing like when you like. Two more women on stage you know emory or like yeah. Of course. I get that all the time. We're on like on a show poster. And i'm like it like these dudes that are above me are that are getting the headline spot. Sometimes it's totally deserved. And they have more fans line will not argue with that but probably fifty percent of the time. Yeah she can say literally look at every measurable. I mean if we're gonna use metrics. Let's use metrics like yeah. Let's use the metric of how much work i've put out or how long i've been around then lace do the the metrics that are annoying. You know followers. All that stuff sack louis. Like i said i feel like i'm in an abusive relationship with the music industry. I feel. I have like one of my favorite sayings. And i know you know the saints. Who is i. the last time i used. It was like during the grammy nomination in these people were like. Hey we really want you to conversation with this country singer who was also up for an award. I was just not a fan of his music. If i just did not like it and definitely has over a million followers on instagram. And there were like like it's great exposure like you should might exposure Right you can die from.

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"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"I. Hi how are you. I'm doing great. I just been doing a lot of bombing and you know trying to fit in work and having a little anxiety about going back on the road a lot you know i mean i'm looking forward to it but yeah how are you feeling. I don't know. I feel like. I'm in an abusive relationship with the music industry. I was thinking about like all the things i to talk to you about and others like thinking about all the things that are making me feel. Yeah it's like a pandemic of nothing you don't do anything for you have no social anxiety. You have no. You don't have to be away from your kid. It's all taken care of anything you want to do. Is is a-plus in a bonus everybody's happy and then now we're just supposed to jump right back into this other thing and i don't know what your situation is but i don't really wanna leave my kid for that long and a little bit more aware i think of how the industry is sort of based on. It's like the only industry that everybody's basically volunteering making any money yet. I mean i don't wanna say like it's exploitative but it totally one hundred percent is i do want to say that yeah i mean an almost a few. Want to talk about a lot of those things in speak out. I kind of feel like you're going to get blacklisted. There's just such a double edged sword right now with what the streaming industry has done to the value of songs in art and it's something that everybody consumes. Everybody just completely takes it for granted and you know here. We are supposed to drop his money into making these great albums and no-one will buy them and then we have to go out on the road and trail mix money out there and bring back the little bits of cheese for everybody his yeah sustained from it. It's the only industry where there's always somebody willing to work for free at the bottom like when we were first starting out. We were expected to work for free. Yeah and we just wanted to play so much that we would do it. I know i have been thinking about a lot to with like you're saying so. Many things have stayed the same for our pay in our compensation but yet inflation has made it really hard for a lot of people to stay in when normally they would have been able to like the the streaming percentage that we get when one song is played on. Spotify is based off of player. Pianos from like the late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds. That's the rate that they're they're like. Oh if you would have had a song that you broken. It gotten a player piano in like the old days where people were riding horses. Like okay Why are we still being paid. that is just. It's unacceptable. And i feel like everybody has got to come together and create some kind of group where because we can't no one person can tackle it alone. There's only leverage in the power of many right totally. And that's why record labels have sort of collective bargaining with spotify and they can get different rates. I guess for their artists but at the end of the day it's like you're also saying and this is the trick of capitalism at its core and worker exploitation because honestly margot i think the exploitation of artists like i think this is the podcast wanna make. I wanna do something academic. That actually studies this. Because i feel like you know we all know something's off and we've been around for the decline and you know selling as a whole like what i know. Years and years ago it was like one six hundred eighty fifth of the amount of records or selling. I mean we're just at such a strange turning point. And i do think that the pandemic completely like pulled the wool away to be like. Okay we have got to protect the arts because no one's gonna want to become a songwriter or you know who's gonna do it. It's not possible for working class people and there's no more middle class. There's no more okay. You're going to sell thirty thousand records and you're going to make some money i records and you can go on tour and support album in like the money at the end is is normal. Now you're you're paying to make your record our label to get a copy of it like a record store. Sometimes you're breaking even on tours. I mean even when i go to europe. It's like it has been so hard to go over there to pay my band. I mean we're definitely not sit in first class Sometimes it's like. Oh i can. I can just bring mica like my piano player. will go do tour but the thing that also drives me nuts. It's like okay. So i i would rather sell a record. I'd rather sell vinyl. And i love that. I have with third man. I had a lot of fans that were just like. We are physical copy people in. It's amazing that i will sell a good amount of cds. A good amount of vinyl. Then there's still. But i still like you look at spotify numbers and like my numbers arm. Reagan spotify i know that festivals are booked that people judge you off of that number. They judge you off of you know what you're online following is not every single person that follows. You may even have a social media account but or the spotify thing is like hey will look. I saw x. amount of records. You can't count. How many times people are spending those at home. But it's just such a double edged sword. Because i feel like they really are looking at that ship in their booking festivals. And when they say like oh will. This person can headline because they have higher spotify numbers or whatever is to sell shoes and we had metrics to judge us to make sure we were selling and up selling all this crap and then i'm i'm in music and i'm an artist and ed's rebellious and it's it who cares about money right. Which is this prevailing culture. We live in right. Which is right. Art is a gift but then a privileged to be able to think. You don't care about money because when you actually get to a point where you wanna have security and you want to own a home and have a family and everything. You have a family. But i think that the other thing too for me is that the big capitalists problem is that i get down to like how i feel but then i can't give up the very little streaming money i get in bright m people discover through there. I have had lots of people say. Like oh i found you on. Spotify just came up on my algorithm. And then i saw through spotify that you are playing. I bought a ticket and it came to your show. Will that's wonderful. And i love that but there is no reason why can't be paid more per stream when you go into spotify office in. They're sitting there in thirteen thousand dollar chairs like hey. Hey what's going on with. This looks pretty fancy this office. He got here downtown new york like. Hey i'm i'm glad to do it in. It's a great idea all the world's music at your fingertips what a brilliant idea. Just it makes us better. Yeah it does. It's like Lift having access.

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"margo" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on KTOK

"Northeastern Oklahoma. Margo Moreno has the story. 28 year old Rebecca McCurdy was house sitting and taking care of the homeowners pit bull dogs. Deputies from the Osage County Sheriff's Office were asked to conduct a welfare check Saturday. Found her body in the garage. They say the dogs are being kept in cages in the garage. In one cage was toppled over, deputies say there were many visible signs of a dog attack. The dogs were seized by the sheriff's office and are being held pending further investigation. The homeowners said he raised the dogs as a hobby and for sale. Hostage taking incident at the Oklahoma County jail in March, leads to first degree murder charges against two inmates. Another three inmates are charged with second degree murder. They're accused of causing the death of 34 year old rape defendant Curtis Mantra. Williams, who also wasn't inmate afterguard, Daniel, Miss Kez, was taken hostage on March 27th, Oklahoma City, police said. They shot Williams as he held a knife to the Guards Throat and Oklahoma Man arrested allegedly making threats to kill President Biden members of Congress and their families, prosecutors say. 58 year old John Oren's of Tulsa, said emails to a local TV station threatening to kill the president and others if he did not receive money. The producer at the TV station contacted the FBI the number of candidates planning to Run for governor next year is growing. As we hear from Beth Myers. It's now up to five the number of candidates planning to run for governor of Oklahoma next year. Incumbent Republican Kevin Stitt, Republican Ervin Yen and Democrat County Johnson have already filed their paperwork. With the Oklahoma Ethics Commission indicating their plans to run. The Associated Press is now reporting that two more candidates independent Paul Tay and libertarian Natalie Bruneau of Edmund have also filed their paperwork. The official filing period for candidates at the state Election Board is next April. If you see a go fund me request appearing to come from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission ignore it, Tanner Carlson tells us why Corporation Commission officials say someone has set up a false solicitation for donations using the corporation Commissions. Name on what appears to be a go fund me account called help support James using the agency's logo and a spoof Corporation Commission email address. Agency officials say the request is not legitimate and that the corporation Commission does not solicit donations through go fund me or other crowd sourcing.

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"margo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"margo" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"With Margo Moorehead, West Fargo. It's eight o'clock. Chicago teachers strike possibly averted. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News. The Chicago Teachers Union has reached a tentative agreement with the city on how classrooms can reopen safely amid the pandemic that would push back the timing of Winston teachers would return to the classroom. Now Chicago was urging its teachers not to strike not to not show up at all that there could be consequences for such actions. The unions in Chicago representing the Teachers were upset about the ventilation is inside school buildings, also demanding that teachers have more access to vaccines before they would go back to work functions. Mark MEREDITH president Biden says he believes kids need to get back to the classroom. I think about the price So many of my grandkids and your kids are gonna pay for not having had the chance to finish whatever itwas that graduation. We didn't get to walk across the stage. Biden in a CBS news interview before the Super Bowl, the Senate impeachment trial of former president Trump begins Tuesday. Many Republicans say the process has been rushed The House intelligence chair Adam Schiff, disagrees. So they're gonna make that process argument, regardless, But here, there Was a real sense of urgency because the president had just incited a mob that attacked the capital and killed result in the deaths of five people. Schiff on NBC's meet the press gas prices rising over the past two weeks by five cents to a nationwide average of 2 50 a gallon in history analysts probie Lundberg says. It's the highest price since the pandemic began in the U. S vibrate, 21 2020. The press was 2 53, after which the bottom fell out because crude oil crashed and because demand for gasoline also crashed. Blumberg says the rising prices is a direct correlation to rebound in crude prices. America.

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Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

Fresh Air

06:08 min | 2 years ago

Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor

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Rays Headed To Arlington For World Series After Beating Houston Astros 4-2 In Game 7

America's Truckin' Network

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Rays Headed To Arlington For World Series After Beating Houston Astros 4-2 In Game 7

"Pitch swinging a pop plus yellow right, charging Margo. He is under it, and the Tampa Bay Rays had just won the American League pennant. For the second time in franchise history. The Rays are on their way to the World Series W. D A with the call as the Tampa Bay Rays. You're back in the World Series since 2008 for the first time, beating the Houston Astros for two in Game seven of the American League Championship Series Saturday night in San Diego. Game six of the National League Championship Series. So the Los Angeles Dodgers force a Game seven as they beat the Braves three, toe one in Arlington, Texas, Game seven in the NLCS, coming up later tonight with first pitch at 8 15. NFL

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Once Upon a River movie review

All of It

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Once Upon a River movie review

"A new film. Once upon a river tells the story of Margo Crane, an indigenous teenager and rural Michigan in 1977. Margo is a great shot, which ultimately changes the course of her life. A tragic incident leads to the death of her father. She takes to a paddle boat on the stark River and sets out on a journey to find her strange mom. She encounters a number of men along the way somehow hinder her and others who helped her on her mission. She learned some tough lessons about trust, family and the ties that bind us to get a sense of the film. Here is a clip. From the trailer of once upon a river only makes good shot, not just Listen, We agreed your body. You want to come with me for opening day? You're gonna go hunting with her. You kidding me? Dad? The only reason we're alive and sober in this one. Once upon a rivers out now in virtual cinemas

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Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

Glenn Beck

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Gottlieb warns of "very dangerous season" ahead as virus cases rise

"You're taking to prevent the spread of Corona virus should help during flu season and Margo Moreno reports wearing masks, social distancing and washing your hands will go a long way to keep the flu from spreading to, But with Kobe 19 straining hospitals. Oh, you chief covert officer, Dr Dale Brad Slur says it's more important than ever for Oklahomans to get their flu shot. Each year employee increases the number of deaths in our state, and it also increases hospitalizations, so anything we can do to reduce the number of influence of cases we have in our state is going to be very, very important. Doctor Brad Slur says The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone over six months of age flu cases usually start to increase in October.

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Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

Charlie Parker

02:53 min | 2 years ago

Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

"In case you were curious about beer on this drink Beer day, According to the ancient Code of Hammurabi, it was decreed that bartender's Who watered down beer would be executed. I think it's still that way in Texas. Yeah, on once again. I'm don't know who, Mama Robbie wasn't but anyway, may even actually be a place. Of clouds and near the constellation Akila. Contains enough ethyl alcohol. To supply 300,000 pints of beer every day to every single person on Earth for the next billion years. Well, then why aren't we fly into one of the stars in Akila and put Mars further down the list of Thebes builders of the Great Pyramid of Jesu. Were paid with a daily ration of beer. Cause it was supposed to be a square. George Washington insisted that is Continental Army be permitted. A quart of beer is a part of their daily rations was old Millwall sounds good. In a paper bag. A Buddhist temple in Thailand was built with over one million recycled beer bottles. And while Americans love our brew What country do you think drinks more beer than any country in the world? Australia? Nope, Ireland? Nope. Scotland No. Well, where are your China, of course, and if the United States had a drinking competition For most beer consumed per person. Who would it be? The person know the state of the state. Um, Texas Neck North. Dakota held that explains it. There's not a lot to do there. Ham Shire is second And Montana came in third. Uh, once again, not very, really popular places. Do you have a go to beer cold? Other than that. Not really, really. You know, I kind of go all over the place right now. In the Mexican beers, Charlie. Okay, Well, you can have mine. OK, I'm a Miller high life guy myself. And I don't think I have. Ah, if I man if I'm forced to, which is a lot, Yeah. Probably going to go, Bud Light. Maybe. Margo, You have a go to beer? Yeah, I love craft beer. So I drank. Okay goes about that. You don't talk to my son in law. My daughter Charity Charity likes him too of it. My favorite brewer is Guadalupe Brewer in New Braunfels. Great place. Okay, if you say so.

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Oklahoma Seeks $300-A-Week Unemployment Supplement

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma Seeks $300-A-Week Unemployment Supplement

"Unemployed because of Cove in 19 might be receiving extended jobless benefits. Governors did says the state has submitted a grant application with FEMA to begin the process of allowing the state to provide $300 in weekly benefits under President Trump's Lost Wages Assistance Program. I'm Margo Moreno.

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“This is a critical week,” Mayor Holt says increase in COVID-19 cases may cause Oklahoma City to rethink reopening plan

Sean Hannity

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

“This is a critical week,” Mayor Holt says increase in COVID-19 cases may cause Oklahoma City to rethink reopening plan

"A warning from Oklahoma City mayor David hold on the rising number of covert cases in the city here is Margo marrano Oklahoma City mayor David Holt says there's been a tsunami of Colbert nineteen cases among people ages eighteen to fifty and he says there's been a significant increase in the number of people hospitalized with cover nineteen we have never gotten close to overwhelming our health care system in OKC but that's right where we want to stay we are now in a zone where we need to pay very close attention each day to what is happening with hospitalizations he says young people are more likely than ever before to be carrying the virus and give it to more vulnerable people he says of the numbers don't go down hill have little choice but to roll back the city three

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The South Bronx Restaurant That Ended Its Relationship With World Central Kitchen

Latino Rebels Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

The South Bronx Restaurant That Ended Its Relationship With World Central Kitchen

"Lama rather issued a statement saying that they were breaking relationships with world central kitchen. Wick which that people have followed the wick. The last couple of years the public face of it is a chef whose andress and there was a statement and rather published it. We re published it on Tino rebels. The statement took off it. Basically said the La Mirada had questions about W C K that there were going break the relationships because of things that were promised. We're not promised if you know the history of La Mirada as well and I don't think a lot of people. Outside of the immigrant rights community knows that it is a restaurant owned by an undocumented family. They have been a symbolic restaurant leader in the immigrant rights movement one of the members of the family. Margo Sylvia soviet-era was one of the original members of the Dream Nine. And actually if you watch the film the infiltrators he is one of the main characters in that documentary retelling and people that are in the know know what La Moraleja represents and it's the the reaction was really fascinating because I think people that know the history of morale understood why the restaurant was saying. Hey you know what? Wc Not our cup of tea. We're actually going to go directly community. We've been we've had a soup kitchen. We're going to keep trying to raise money to directly feed people in the South Bronx which by the way one of the hardest hit places in the world is very upfront with its customers. So they issued the statement and it got it got you know like. I said people that know the restaurant where like yes. That's what I'm that's what they do and people that don't know the restaurant where like. Oh my God. You're taking advantage of shifting chef. Jose Andreas and K and shame on you guys and I feel like there was something missing in not hearing with other had to say and all this so I did want to talk to hide. We talked on Friday. They're extremely busy. Like this is a family owned business. And they work all the time so for me to get twenty minutes with her on. The phone during the day wasn't accomplishment because we were trying to schedule this for a couple of days. She was finally able to find time on Friday afternoon. We talked now. We recorded phone conversation so this is not a online interview so there might be times where you have problems hearing but let me just give you the crux of what. She told me the concerns of the relationships of WC cage. She just had questions. She didn't want to hand handover forms. She saw that other restaurants in the South Bronx getting support. There were tied to developers and people that are gentrifying the neighborhood. And if you're following what's going on the South Bronx recently like it's an issue. Gentrification is an issue and I think la rather out of principle was like. We're not going down that route so that was a big thing the other issues that. W C K. According to Laura didn't deliver on their promises to helping parts of the South Bronx that they've decided to go to other restaurants instead of Lemerre which has a deeper history right so that summer to number three once. They did a little bit of looking into it. And the statement that W C K shared with Latino rebels. I believe on Thursday didn't deny that. Wc K in Puerto Rico had government contracts and had DHS employees HSI which is part of ice handing out food in Puerto Rico and Lamoureux others like what's up with that so from a principal standpoint. They're like we don't want to do this. We're breaking this and I think I want you to hear this interview with those points in mind and understand that I wanted to give the restaurant a voice even if it was a voice over the phone that we can get really

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Remembering John Prine

Q

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Remembering John Prine

"For more than fifty years ago John wrote songs that were sad and funny and overall just human songs about regular work in life songs about quiet ordinary days rolling by the songs that were incredibly profound he wrote songs you could grab your guitar and sing along with songs about simple honest truths songs you could use a sort of a road map to life songs that use the language that you spoke with your friends at the bar and songs that you could spend three or four weeks parsing and trying to figure out John died on Tuesday at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville he died from complications of COPD nineteen he was seventy three years old that road map to live John sang about so often he was singing to one person in particular take a listen to this I want to say this is when whenever I've read naming this sounds like advice S. as in I'm talking to myself and you know I was trying to convince myself for that at the time that time don't get wrapped up in your anger you know because people don't realize it but there you can be your own best friend your own best your own worst enemy yeah it's hard to say if you don't know yourself for for some reason you're the hardest person to get up for your case you know it's it's how it's difficult to forgive yourself but within three years of these that's kind of where I was staying there and it works for me is that I'm say this John Prine and Mariposa folk festival in a really Ontario over his seventy three years John's songwriting genius caught the attention of pretty much the biggest names in music Bob Dylan called him a midwestern mind trips to the nth degree who writes beautiful songs Kris Kristofferson hated him after he discovered him because his songs were so good and so easy Bonnie Raitt famously did a cover of his song angel from Montgomery which launched her career John this paper trail for tons of younger folk and country singers people like Jason Isbell and Margo price and Kacey Musgrave if you ever saw John do a live show he tell these hilarious stories and then sing the most devastating songs which is the combination that you really need in twenty eighteen John released his album tree of forgiveness at that time it was first new record in thirteen years and now well I guess it's in honor of John Prine I want to revisit this really special interview I did with him around the time that album came out I got to talk about a line of his that I repeat myself at least once a week even now as we go through this whole thing here's my conversation with the late John Prine when I get to heaven MACA guides in thank you for more blessings than one man can stand then I'm gonna get a guitar and started writing little band check in do swell down any day after live grand and then I'm going to give it back and is that this is there is god is my witness the judge John you can you

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Hong Kong exchange vows to press on with LSE bid after rebuff

WSJ What's News

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Hong Kong exchange vows to press on with LSE bid after rebuff

"London Stock Exchange has rejected a thirty six point six billion dollar bid from the Hong Kong Exchange our Margo Patrick explains that the lse expressed fundamental concerns about the deal in a letter on Friday Eddie including calling into question Hong Kong status as a financial gateway to Asia that was interesting because Hong Kong has had that sort of unquestioned -sition an as the way to tap into Chinese markets for a very long time now and with this letter LLC is saying we doubt that Hong Kong may even NBA The the financial city that companies will use to raise capital in China in that Western investors will wanNA connect with so they really called into question whether Hong Kong Hong Exchange even had something to offer them meanwhile LLC says it is committed to buying financial information and

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Sophie Turner Goes Bridal for Pre-Wedding Celebration With Joe Jonas, Maisie Williams and More

The Morning Toast

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Sophie Turner Goes Bridal for Pre-Wedding Celebration With Joe Jonas, Maisie Williams and More

"Jonas. And Sophie Turner, throw pre-ceremony pool party at their wedding Chateau in France. Okay. Well, this is just a great story because they're getting married in the throwing a pool party, and isn't that fun? It's more important that they are saying the shot at toe that the women of real housewives of Beverly Hills just stayed at last week on Bravo. Do you think that she's a, a Beverly Hilton, you know what I could see her being person, but I feel like we would know if she was. She would talk about it on the whenever she goes on, like those

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Margot Robbie will be Barbie, after Amy Schumer, Anne Hathaway drop out of movie

Fred and Angi

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Margot Robbie will be Barbie, after Amy Schumer, Anne Hathaway drop out of movie

"Mattel Warner Brothers announced yesterday that Margot Robbie will portray Barbie in an upcoming live action movie Margo said over the brand will sixty years. Barbie has empowered kids to imagine themselves in aspirated rose roles from a Princess to president. I'm so honored take on this role and produce a found that I believe will have tremendous positive impact on children and audiences worldwide. Amy Schumer can Anne Hathaway had previously been connected to play Barbie. But it's expected to be out sometime in

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Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:15 min | 4 years ago

Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"This weekend? Here's your box office preview out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes and Grindelwald wall. The second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment, the title wizard escapes and reassembles his followers with the goal of wizards and witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars Eddie red main Katherine Waterston has Remillard Zoe Kravitz Jude law, and Johnny Depp. Based on a British TV series of the same name as widows and on some Ohio. Phil go ridden by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and William Niessen star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who'd. Decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Is they get a crash course in parenting, Margo Martindale. Julie Hagerty and Octavia Spencer also star still in theaters Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms

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Movies Out This Weekend

Woody and Company

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Movies Out This Weekend

"British TV series of the same name as widows and ensemble heist film. Go written by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and Liam Neeson's star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Says they get a crash course. Parenting. Margo Martindale, Julie, Hagerty and caveat Spencer, also star still in theaters are the Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms and the girl in the spider's web. Plus a star is born. Nobody's Fool venom Halloween and the hate you gift and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Hi, I'm Dan Patrick. I drive two hundred miles an hour for a living. So makes sense that I have life insurance. But so many people don't that's just an unnecessary risk. It means leaving your loved ones to suffer financially. If something happens to you. It's a struggle. My family knows as teenagers. Both my parents lost their fathers neither had life insurance. Don't take that risk. Get life insurance for help. Go to life happens dot org. A public service message from the nonprofit life happens radio six ten

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Nick Carter rape case being reviewed

The Morning Toast

03:57 min | 4 years ago

Nick Carter rape case being reviewed

"Are you gonna watch Sabrina the teenage witch I think so I'll give it all give it a chance because I trust writer off. I trust them with. I would trust him with my life. You know, I think it'll be good. I think that cured inch ship sherpa Scherf gosh, she's like cute and a good actor, the actress. I just watched all of madman. So I know her now you know who your friends, we're friends? Yeah, everything about her Sal, Draper anyways, Cina. I hope the divorce is smooth. And I just really don't appreciate this use of our time. She's still going to be on the show like now I imagine this technically makes him more interesting. Like it was weird anyway. Her husband was like living in LA five days a week and then would come home to see on the weekend. So she was like a single mom anyway, weird it was and she'd never seen his place in LA all very fishy and I called it next up. Weird story. Nick Carter is under view by the DA for sexual assault allegation. A sexual assault case involving Nick Carter is currently under review by the district attorney a spokesperson for the LA district attorney tells news a case was presented by the Santa Monica police department on July thirty. First bobbing Carter, it remains under review. The Representative also confirmed that the cases involving a sexual assault complaint. Lieutenant solver of the Santa Monica police department tells news. I can confirm victim came forward to Santa Monica PD in February twenty eight team regarding an alleged sexual misconduct involving Mr. Carter in two thousand and three following an investigation that was presented presented to the l. a.. Office on July thirty first twenty eighteen review. No additional details. Vailable weird, weird. I feel like this isn't the first time I've heard like funny business from Kearney to. He's not good news. He isn't ever agree. And why do we know him? Like what? Child show? Backstreet boys. Sorry, that's how you know sneak is not a Molyneaux guys. I know cloudy always says that she has dementia, like I really have dementia. You can't have that bad as cloudy. I haven't. You don't understand like it so badly Israel. It was so bad. I think about it from all the drinking, like it's like shirt adding to my head or something, but I can't remember anything so like don't blame me. Love me crazy for sure. But you wouldn't be voice like STAN anyway, I wasn't a stand, but my living Britney Spears have even seen all this stuff on the of course, of course, I've seen how does eight-year-old snitch feel about eight year olds, niches so confused. Because like when eight year olds I loved Britney Spears had the biggest Britney Spears thinking her whole. Hello. I kiss it. Every import went to bed like I was obsessed with her impersonator at her part easily convinced that it was Bernie. I really thought it was like his booked so much like her. It was crazy. It looked like her than it did any picture for now and do that anyway. Funny like this. I think it paid to like just look like some and the kids believe it, and I think that's like the kids are so excited. There's someone who books like celebrity, it's it's them it just someone who looks like that and like it's the weirdest thing ever you fell for it. I shall put him in a limo. We were like, oh, well, then she. Like I have to mention, but I remember that, yeah, could forget who could say Kisa poster every night before you went. This was like when she was like lucky peach, she selects she's a star. Yeah, she was. And she could move then like she, I think she was totally with it. And now I just there to different people. I think I agree there's, there's this one, and then there's this one and like it's just there's no, and I think this one, this new one is ruining this one because she needs to stop working their tires, like go home and go to sleep. She needs to. She has like a lot of money and she doesn't seem like she requires like, she doesn't get her extensions change that often. So lately, what he's sending money on that she could live small quiet life, and I think she would be so much needs to stop. It's over. She should be happy about that. She didn't amazing career shoes, a superstar, like go to sleep with your hot, go to sleep, go.

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Former Malaysian leader arrested

The World

03:26 min | 4 years ago

Former Malaysian leader arrested

"Bbc news with sue montgomery there's continuing deadlock over judicial reforms in poland the president is insisting that the head of the supreme court margo santa gear star and davidge on this over sixty five must step down at midnight but the chief justice and she would return to work and wednesday calling the government's reforms a purge from warsaw here's adam eastern presidential aides of the sixty five year old chief justice pollen supreme court malgorzata gares dov will be retired and replaced a supreme court spokesman said mrs gears dove plans to defy the order go to work as normal on wednesday she says the move is unlawful because the polish constitution guarantees her term of office until twenty twenty since taking office pollens governing party has passed a series of laws to increase its control over the judiciary the former malaysian prime minister najib razak his spending first night in detention after being arrested over the disappearance of billions of donna is from government investment fund he will be officially charged in the morning and the malaysian news agency says he's expected to face more than ten counts of committing criminal breach of trust linked to a former subsidiary of the state investment fund one md he's denied any wrongdoing mexico's presidentelect under as manuel lopez comprador says he will invite pope francis to help restore peace in the country for more than two hundred thousand people have died in drug related violence over the past decade leonardo russia reports as the first left wing president in mexico's history mr lopez over a door has promised a very different style of government journey his campaign he said he wanted to find an associated solution to the violence caused by the powerful drug cartels he's now said he's planning to invite the pope as well as other religious leaders the united nations in human rights or facials to try to bring mexico together to achieve peace mr lopez over a door also said he'd take a fifty percent paycut when he's sworn in december and won't move into the presidential palace jianjun rio de janeiro has sentenced brazil's former richest man to thirty years in jail for corruption the giant said i had paid sixteen million dollars in bribes to former governor of real estate to secure contracts with companies mr pacheco says he'll appeal danube gala isn't sao paulo i cuba choose those wants the symbol of a bold booming brazil a selfmade billionaire his impair stretched from mining to oil in public works but on tuesday a judge in brazil sentenced him to thirty years in prison mr batches the has had one of the most spectacular fall from grace is in the corporate world just a decade ago here was amongst the richest people in the planet with a neck fortune of thirteen billion dollars he's currently under house arrest and is facing other charges of corruption bbcnews us media are reporting that the trump administration will rescind later today obama era guidelines which encouraged colleges to take race into account during the admissions process the policies were designed to boost racial diversity but the current administration argues that allow illegal race based discrimination critics say the move is a politically motivated attack on affirmative action the mayor of moscow.

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Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

"Mona lisa of and so that's greg reporter performing nat king cole song mona lisa on the graham norton show late last year playing the piano though listen to that is jeff goldblum himself that performance impressed the folks at decca records so much they offer jeff goldblum big record deal the director of an for decca set as far as i can tell everyone loves jeff goldblum it's like a universal truth i also don't know why put on my nine hundred thirty s record deal voice but jeff goldblum album will be out later this year.

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