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"martha hoople" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"So if you watch a lot of joliet interviews or listened to a lot of stuff about Joel, he can't shut up about Martha Hoople I don't know why. Martha Hoople Guy Right but he's Ian Hunter Fan obviously and people think the songs about that and it's really got nothing to do with that is more about the deer hunter enjoy it's so yup and I, get it not every song can be about you know suck and Fuck in Drugs Women Jack Daniels like you've got to write other stuff and he didn't want the write something that was about what was happening right then in there because the Falkland Island thing was happening at that point and he didn't want to cash in on stuff. That was happening at that point. So it's supposed to be more about kind of like the deer hunter. Vietnam it's an okay song to me. I think the Intros a bit over the top. The first eighty seconds can just go the hell away and then that Minin a half minute forty, five of that baton solo that drags on forever could cut this thing to like a four minute song out been a happy guy. Yeah it's a good song. If you it's it's six minutes and seventeen seconds long there's no excuse for it to be that long. It's a good song I had. This is the first song on the album where I'm going to be a little nitpicky and my issue is the chorus way too thick on the keyboards. The keyboards are are over the top when you. When they're screaming you die hard the hunter. If you listen to, you can hear that layered keyboard over the vocals to the point where it kind of pulls you away from the fact that the Song Kicks Ass If, you're not sure what I'm talking to listen to it. You can really hear it. It's a great song. It's on pyromaniac degrade song, but the song could have been cut a little bit at the ended a little bit at the beginning. But but do. Like Sunny said, it's a different topic. You know it's not about love and chicks and you know rocking it out it's it's an interesting song I. Think there's a reason why it's the last song on side one if you're talking cassette or vinyl. 'cause it's definitely not the best song on side one but it's it's a good song for me written by Lane Stephen Clarke Rick Savage Joe Elliott Steve Clark does the soul on this again, another long intro, the helicopter and everything builds up I I i. disagree with both of you. I, think this is a gem Jama. Love it. Love it. I love the through. We get to the rankings. Yeah. I love the chorus. Harmonies you can't do that and then oh no, you can't do that. All just fantastic it's a little bit about like I think I, blood came out around that time to Yup and a little bit about that. The guy that just can't get over the war. It seemed like that's a little bit a part of this. There's a funny part to this that I as a kid I think I, told you about this before Tom I, love this song but sometimes Joe Elliott maybe it's the accent I can't pick up a lot of his words. So just you know knowing this album and then going through it, reviewing it for our episode today, there are a lot of lyrics that I'm like bats what he said. I had no idea that this is. All time favorite for me so. I know he didn't say this but I always thought he is the shadow that's following you I always thought growing up and he is the shadow GonNa fight on you. With the bond with a Boston absent thought on you not let the rest of the conscious fart with the highest audience fought on you nice and I. Like what the fuck is that everybody he's saying fine In this the Star Wars laser affects do I don't know what the fuck that's supposed to be because I don't only gun shop that sounds like that. It's the longest song on the album. It's got a long solo goes into a bridge. It's very melodic than back into the rift. It sounds almost like a little switch sixty five in the middle there like that solo from high and dry. I absolutely love this on the chorus gets me. It hooks man I didn't pick up on the keyboards Tom I'm going to go back and listen to what you're saying I love the riff. I, love the vocals on this show, Elliott? It's out of the Park Van fucking tastic and I know I said earlier that there aren't no really deep cuts. I don't consider any of these songs on the sound deep cuts but for me if you would say, it's a deep cut great. But I would think is one of their best non single songs on this album and that's where I stand. Let's flip the record over or the cassette overt. Let's. Let's play a song by Mr T.. Tip Mr. A..
"martha hoople" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Absolutely mind blowing when you really get into the nitty. Gritty of it Ray. It's insane, so he helps there. Any helps them to come up with their name, and he also comes up with a name for another band that he was working with that were called silence now. That's a hell of a name for a band in the middle of all this loud stuff. I guess they figured Martha Hoople might be a better way to go. and. This Guy Stevens. The Guy who produced this record that we idol I. Don't know about you idolized this record. When Rolling Stone made it the number, one record of the nineteen eighties pissed off because I never liked to agree with rolling stone that much, and they were right. They were rolling stone. Really got it right. It is an amazing record. The fellas came in their their bellies our full. They're ready to go. They've got so many great songs. They probably have a great atmosphere to make the record in and away they go three weeks. They recorded it. They just hammered down in the studio blessed. Blessed it out in three weeks. They knew the without Bernie things. We're going to be different and they wanted to think that is. What was it that he was such a control freak? He was a control freak, even more so than Joe and he had much more hand in the direction of the band, and what was going to be a hit, what was not going to be a hit plus he was also the guy who wanted to be a member of the clash knew the only. Only way he could do. It is by creating divide between Joe and Mick. So he was a Dick. He was totally dig. Bernie exited the band. They ended up writing the music and then recording it all in three weeks and think about this in a way ray lemon calling in sort of a way was the nail in the coffin for punk rock. As we knew it at that point, the twelve year run was over starting with the MC five and sixty seven and in December fifteenth. Fifteenth Punk Rock as we know, it ended and think about this, and this is the rabbit hole I went down the last six months of nineteen, seventy-nine, leading up to the release of London calling some of the albums, and you have at least half of these albums in your album collection or did at one point. The kids are alright I am by earth, wind and fire Labour of Lust Nick Lowe repeat when necessary Dave Edmunds get the.
"martha hoople" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Yeah I think that's fascinating again. This is pretty blackwell. He probably seen them on that tour of England and thought those tour interesting. Shame about the rest of it. Yes it's quite possible isn't it? It's SORTA thing he had done. I mean I so I'm holding up for list as you call it some holding out. The copy of another of the earliest albums on island is Komo on my house because I did really loved this town at big enough for the both amateur hour. Another another room. Talent is asset their own world. Great Songs on here. I mean they already can't they were is so funny. I mean all of that top of the POPs video of your see. I don't know that names. But the one with the mustaches Israel. Playing playing the keyboard and just not doing anything to yes. Great Risk there so competent so strange. I don't know about that music really. I've only heard maybe that attractive image terms I'd say the ban they influence the most was cheap. Trick of all people are a little. You're right you know the moisture of mixture of the blonde lead singer with tumbling locks. Yes underestimate not madman of some description of I bet. Cheap tree clocks sparks Weakened do that to differentiate themselves from all other Rockin. Robots around the time well hadn't a code. I think you're probably right. There's a funny story and I think it's Andrew Tireless Pace Cha Charlie Chaplin did. She sees them on American bandstand and sort of wrote in approvingly. I think is interesting. Is that despite having never been massively successful? And they had. They had this. I mean they'd hot hits number one song in heaven was it was a hit so hard the old hit but they've never been huge success but they have they've just kept going for fifty years and every so cell phone. Michael Brecqhou which gets the attention of people who'd law so quirky Pup the one that I really liked was little from fees. I managed Dolf that silly. But there's a wonderful Solan at are absolutely local. When do I get to play? Kon-tiki who just every so often they they may attract the restores my interest. You obstacle too much. Higher odd. New Album is full of of Quirky. Our there's there's a song called self-effacing on that we don't go to Ireland give them for Roxy Music's relationship than island song said they were fit in the actually if going to quirky pop. That's the highest. I'll go which is the first to Roxy Music albums and sparks are logical signing in in in in the light of Roxy Music of that time but yeah absolutely so news box Edgar. Wright's documentary may be with us before the end of the year I'd garage who direct baby driver and stuff so this is a serious. It's not just any other dog. I think it probably be quite fun. Thinks funny films so hopefully the the. Don't exactly exactly. I think we do need to just mention the passing of the Great. Fill my lead singer of the pretty things who who died in the week. I'm this was Kinda Light Jacka. Who who never walls he. So the man who should have been Janka? We've got three pieces about the pretty things and we have here at the end a clip from Johnny Blacks. Great Audio Interview With Phil. From nine hundred ninety five I mean. He had the longest hair in dot point. I mean even sixty five. He had not down to his all but as long dropping below his shoulders. He's interesting about he talks. We will play the clip again. He talks about how when he was art school in the headlong behalf. I never class school broken roller that. The great tradition of Sitka couple with Keith. Keith Richards them. The thing that you see if you went out went home late from the art school by herself with long hair. Modes with base B Cropper Nazis. This never changed when a school nine hundred sixty eight sixty nine exactly the same thing. Oh yeah also all of us. Hip is the the three hundred. His school two thousand and five hundred would be set upon relentlessly by the skinheads. Yeah I mean so so. On the first one of the shows I went to sixty nine soft machine in Hyde Park and the skinheads would help the police vehicles scores one full full piccadilly turned up in the park. And we'll just picking off his run into the crowd like like jackals. Yeah yes yeah to look to look weird. Well so we got three three pieces or two pieces and don't mind is it was a great guy and they never quite made it really. Even once assigned to led Zeppelin's label among the pieces talks about that. But he's an interesting guy. After cy and an important man story of sixties British pulp and token push pop. The featured ranch of the week is as previously mentioned despondently. Race Fox coming. You sound like a character of the false joe but he wrote. It was an interesting because he wrote on disc and Music Echo disc the point and he very much made the emerging glam seat. Some of the old rises were probably pooh-poohing Reich in that and he did all the interviews with Bowie not just Bowie but one speech where featuring with Lou Reed when he's in town having done the transformer album. No he was doing he was actually making time in his first. Solo. Come out just a few months before the hadn't done a great deal folks coming really interesting. He he becomes sort of Boswell to or that sort of you know yeah. He wrote extensively about Martha Hoople Justice. Martha hoople only is in one of the pieces. Is this going to see the top of the Pope's Nicky Chinn? Is that things Turbie guilty. Because eight is looking as the mud toy going is going to depose sweet from the top of the charts and this wasn't part of the rack. Chinni Chop Plant. Week was supposed to start talk for a couple of weeks and then months. We it's very interesting. How MACHIAVELLIAN AMMO distributed rock released prematurely mud's tiger fee which then ruled to the tall and sweet. Were not off and sweet. We're very cross. I'm really I'm really liked. Raise rising and I think he can get the whole feel of that time and those sorts of people without carting the sort of X. Underground press snobbery which reach the enemy with must less hard. I mean Charlie. Murray accepted who was a very early Bowie Laura You know the enemy on some extent melody Baker so struggled with so stuff. We'll all they treated almost too seriously ray coming so about really piece on Louis Great. It's called it's called the black sheep of New York. I think. Yeah the black sheep of new type seventy two and they meet in a pub in Curzon Street in Mayfair and Lou is clearly badly over not long out of bed says right hustle reputation making journalists on easy right. Well that's a statement and talking bloody as is a couple of bloody. Mary sets royal and they managed to do the interview. And it's interesting. What you said about transfer know what was technically out at this point because it it may be. I'm not it was quite out. I think it was just. It was coming out the end of the month. So because the interview right asks the Wa the title transformer and Lugos. But haven't you seen the cub used? Imagine loose saying it. You hanging saying the cover. It's divide this very well. Hung Stud looking into a mirror looking back at him. Is this beautiful girl. There's a lot of sexual ambiguity in the album to outright gay songs from me to them but there are carefully worded so the Straits can miss out on the implications enjoy. Them without being offended. Isn't important okay? Album transformer in many ways isn't I think you know the well hung stud cucumber in his. That's right it's fantastic recalled. It's a really fantastic. Ray folks coming excellent. I think that brings us to the end of the featured staff and the audio and all of that on our be paid so in fact we got a new panel on the homepage now called. Don't say the reaper. Nuts where Phil maybe will be residing this weight so tasteful tasteful not taste for I think would have forgiven us. I hope so. No offense intended mark. Why don't you talk to us about the new library cases? Some pretty good stuff here as to every week starting off again on new rice of the late Filipo would Francisco Examiner November sixteen and this is absent early. Start School about Santana. A he could see matrix. Which is a North Beach San Francisco Club Club which I believe that Jefferson airplane have some on? The Matrix was really important even in sixty five so I really enjoyed getting this because Matrix for star and it's it's kind of Santana mark one a lot of people who were members of the band when they hit big a year later or just under laser woodstock once in the band. So he's got Marcus Malone on come goes Greg really have caused the with right through the story? Yeah absolutely Bob. Livingston was the drama. Who's Gone David? Brown was retained as the bass play. He says it's a loud racially mixed. Hard ribbon group and potentially a major force hereabouts bid companies have their is and Santana before. They're ready for wealthy. The bond has to expand become fall river style when they get into their driving stuff. That has nothing magnetism. No denying that but often sound seems to lean on that only in that direction. Listen relief vocal variety temper originality and. He's absolutely right because those are the things they introduced over the following year right which it wasn't just an endless sort of like Salsa Brooke kind of crashed you know I think really kind of good unless scoop is voicing criticism.
"martha hoople" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"All right so there you go detective. They fit in this thing. I mean I've often thought to do an episode about this but They fit in this idea of a band who Who could they be? The next led Zeppelin. I mean bad company kind of fits in that as well although they have their creative direction in one direction which is more like the The simple blues and folk version of of led Zeppelin. Detective is almost like it's it's interesting. They're almost like so. This is off of their second album. They only made two two albums This is It it it takes one to know one says it. Yeah that's how we call it. Takes one to know one. The first one was a self title they also have one of these Non Non official Semipro live albums as well But the only made two records leader. The Band is Michael Barr So here they are on Swan. Song records Michael's old band. Silver head was on purple records. So that's kind of interesting but but yeah very interesting sound here you know. I was never a huge fan of this band. It's funny I always put them in the same camp as Lone Star. You know Welshman German Paul Chapman who who future of UFO. They only made two albums they are on. CBS widowmaker They only made two albums. And that's it's you know Ariel Bender again the Martha hoople connection And and mart the Ian Hunter Lescot. Who did Do what is it. Call Dr on and Shouting and pointing pointing shouting something like that so they only made two records this band so so all four of those bands kind of have this confused semi heavy semi trying to be complicated a little Prague a little a little bluesy they you know. They threw a lot into the pot and everybody was essentially confused. So that's widowmaker don't maker Motte Lone Star and these guys detective so But what you hear on. This is Is they definitely had this big big kind of John Bonham sound their drummer was John. Hyde kind of an unknown. Tony Kaye was in the band of Yes fame he sees Michael Barr of course from silver head. He went on to to be a solo artist. And I I I believe a big big actor in the UK so he was like a TV Guy But it's funny one thing. I love about this detective band is is that they have. This pre led Zeppelin sound almost in a way Well okay so so. It's a sound that I think comes into led Zeppelin around the presence album. It's much more prevalent on in through the outdoor. But it's also very very prevalent on Jimmy Page outrider and the two firm albums so it's this kind of coagulated. Fiqh sound this production quality. Certainly coming out of the drums like like you heard in this song. I mean it's very John Bonham on a mask drums out of this band so this was a band that that essentially kind of fizzled. They didn't go anywhere. But you know I also wanted to put them in here because they kind of prove a point that You Know Swan Song was doing a pretty good job with advertising all this stuff. I used to see ads for all these banned all the all the time I mean they were being promoted at these spans. So so yeah. That was detective. The first album cover was just like this black and white detective logo on it and then and then this one had had a picture of the band you know. Michael Barr didn't quite look the party at the short hair. He's kind of had had graham bond thing going later that you saw with rainbow and Michael Schenker but but yeah interesting and I do have a quote from him on here I asked him to compare Purple Records and Swan Song. I think he was back in two thousand fourteen. So Michael Barr says well. They had their pluses and minuses there obviously vanity projects therefore in those days. What a huge mega ban like purple and led Zeppelin Zepplin? Of course is more my taste taste in a sense but you know the wonderful thing about being on Swan Song was That was under the offices of the Great Rock and roll the greatest rock and roll band in the world at the time and indeed arguably the at anytime so therefore the The connection was spectacular by proxy At the same time Bonzo wasn't particularly interested in marketing and promotions. Yes you're part of a conglomerate that perhaps not taking too much notice of the vanity signings superstar bands make. I think if you talked to anybody who's been on a vanity label able they would argue that Being connected with a big band doesn't make you a big band in those days you had to have promotion marketing. Of course it's blissfully different. You can do it all yourself south which is so much enjoy. Let's see what else he say. Silver head X. Pamela Wife Pamela durbar famous Jimmy let's see various. His Cessnas had its pros and cons. What else does he say here? But we went with Zeppelin because of energy of the VIBE. You know one things. Thanks very important you need to understand. We were so stoned any decisions that were made or any sense. Oh Oh gosh. Nobody's paying attention to us. Never occurred to us because we were living in Los Angeles loyalist. We waited a year for Jimmy to produce the album. We'd been given a million dollars. It's a dangerous thing to give young men a million dollars in the city of angels. So we weren't thinking about marketing the promotion. Either we're just making music and having fun on Russia's back those things apply but at the time was fantastic. I mean every band let's see but but Blah underrate that that's about all he has to say about that so so that's detective. I'm moving on. So let's see we've done three. Yeah this is number four This is This is Dave edmunds from his tracks. On wax four album September. Eight thousand nine hundred seventy eight. This is trouble boys. Take a listen I take.
"martha hoople" Discussed on Weird Work
"What a life Louis opened? CDL electric's in the late nineteen sixties. Arosh he'd learned engineering from his father. A fellow seaman at a young age and over the course of his early years had become a master in radio. General Electric's cameras into the sort. Plant Way. I thought you were a genius genius. So it's the wave of new technology found. Its way into our TV screens. Louis was a natural person to reach out to either to buy rent or inevitably repair. It is building in the shop. It's Louise home all four floors and yet. There's an elevator louise daughter. Jen tells me what it's like growing up in a house with some of the biggest names in art rolling through an irregular clip. Did you think it was like strange or different or was it just normal New York childhood no not at all I might all kidding like you. Don't recognize that something is like weird until later when you look back and you're like wow. That was crazy. Like I won't say half the stories because they're they're really crazy but you know there might be some child endangerment Ranger Matt going on not his fault but just just that whole situation. My Mother didn't know about but it was. You know I went to school and I go. I'll take a class in video art and all these people that would hang out in the store you go. Yeah and the cell cousin. All these people would sort of show up in my you you know curriculum. I'd say that was a crazy person who would walk in the door and flirt with. My GRANDPA was very amusing. I remember remember what am I thought everybody was high. I thought everybody was was scary. Into a certain degree. There was a sort of A. You felt very small in this environment. 'cause he was always always working for that was one thing it'd be Sunday. The store would be open all of a sudden I would look and there's some guy from Martha hoople which I platform shoes long hair in the store there would always be someone someone walking in and you will have to be. You know this guy dish from you. So you know there was a few moments where I had to count cash or be like from Yeah that was another free. I remember getting a cereal box full of cash and I had to count it and I was like I have no idea where this came from. I have no idea what you know. Just everybody came the story to a certain degree but his connection to the art world came via his wife. You remember the hospital nurse. Jen's mom amish did know me Abbad. Life also helped because August so we go so I assume and you're friendly guy in working with artists was much more Louis speed than his former clientele automobile. Oh you yell at each other screaming at each other. They were they asking for education as they were asking wasn't holiday work new. Were you just hanging out in the shop or do you have an over over for dinner. What was that you know we? You know at that time. So India very crazy Josh. uh-huh did you have any interest in like making art on your own or were you always like preferred preferred to just make the tools and then give it. I Shall Varda's of not pretend to be honest All my people all related to meet audits. Somehow maybe we get along. Well otters also free talking so. I'm kind of Persian Open. Shall we watch uh-huh colorizing watching blogging. Everybody gets stung second. Everything the psychedelic color. That's how you get purple hair to abolish off. Appears you know artist. Stop repairing video equipment for Chevy Chase. Kenny Shapiro you don't know what you Cape Kennedy Shipbuilding Chevy Chase the pond and then one day his Michou broken he living a young girl subba. Tonight's plates Chevy Chase a ham a it writer France. Smoking have a jarring. Okay I was Chevy Chase. Don't tell them you remember the Chinaman. If I see Chevy Chase the first thing I ask Komo Louis but when it came to actually seeing the art these people are making in galleries and exhibits around town. I know I wasn't really into it. They tell me what you're doing you're crazy. What about your wife? was she address. She's interesting or is this all. Aw but you're not going to the actual exhibits to see this and know. Maybe the most important of all these is relationships. Louis was making was his friendship with Phnom Ju- Bake because little did we know his collaborations with June would not only come to define the second half of Louise Life but helped define an entire period of art. We'll talk about that relationship here from the chief technician at the Whitney Museum and debate the X.. Essential essential obsolescence of these antiquated. TV's got it after the break.
"martha hoople" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Thanks for having me. Oh, you're most welcome. It is a chronic problem in the summer of the big arena shed tour season. The the thing. I miss least about having been pop music critic at the sometimes this challenge of going to see a band, and then you're looking on stage at the ban, and you barely recognize anybody in the. It was advertised as sticks, but where's Dennis young? And so on and so forth. You started this piece in the New York Times about Martha hoople I did. And it's really just Ian Hunter. Well, he can't really do. A reunion of the nineteen seventy-two Martha hoople because there were four other guys. Two of them are dead and one is incapacitated by a stroke. So that kind of damp dampens a reunion. But what he did. I thought demonstrated an unusual level of honesty. He's not calling this month, the hoople, which he probably could do legally he could probably put together a band with the three of us and all that the Hoopoe, but this line of the touring with is the nineteen seventy four addition of Martha hoople, the the final lineup of the band. And so he's calling this Martha hoople seventy four. And when I saw that I thought why aren't more bands doing things that are that honest that are that forthright with their fans and the answer the question is because. They're going to sell your tickets them way. Do you think that happened with with Martha hoople because that to or seems to be getting universally positive accolades? Well, and maybe this will be the test case that makes sticks changed their name from sticks to sticks minus Dennis deyoung. Well, Dennis the young tours playing the music of sticks, right? Sending alban. Jin see? While sticks who putatively hate Dennis deyoung tour with a guy who's imitating Dennis deyoung while singing Dennis deyoung song. Right. Right. Dennis. Two. Faced. Me. I think one of the things about sticks is that they tore relatively frequently without Dennis deyoung..
"martha hoople" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Paul and the broken bones are in the background. I guess you put on a heck of a show at the Palacio tonight. And then he got a star over on the first avenue big deal for him. Hey, Martha hoople the first avenue tonight to by the suburbs are opening up for of course, Martha hoople that their big hit Mike was written by David Bowie. Did you know that I did not know that love David boy, he's a big fan of theirs. I wish and jeweler Tomczak seven fifty three four jewelry and only the finest watches. Visit Wickson jewelers Minnesota's luxury jewelry store. Okay. That cursive writing Bill that. We're talking about that Representative Allyson it'll be Donna wants to do a program to keep cursive handwriting alive by creating this elementary curriculum that would enable students to develop legible cursive handwriting skills by the end of fifth grade. And boy, oh, boy we Boyce chatting about that. Then we brought it up again later, and holy smokes. Have we got a lot of responses hear from folks? So this. Truck nerve. Here's an a few more text. Can I slip these in hammer for a couple more minutes? A cursive handwriting is a must. I'm a substitute teacher. And if I write on the board the kids can't read it I still love writing in cursive myself. John from Farmington says cursive writing was mandatory Minnesota schools in the eighties. Thank you, governor perpich. Now, the one writing a cursive helps spelling another one think about how important it is. When a student cannot read the notes written under graduation cards. Here's one that says a teacher friend had a piece of mail returned to her. She went to the post office to ask why the clerk told her the computer didn't recognize the font. It was her perfect handwriting. Another one absolutely a terrible thing to stop curse of being taught. Get it back into the curriculum curriculum misspelled, and then why exactly would they need to learn cursive, writing, I'm just curious. There's another one there's a few that have said that we don't need it. Here's another one don't waste time making laws concerning cursive, make time for studying mental health issues in school way, more important things. One cursive handwriting ability gives a person confidence in themselves makes them feel good about what they can contribute nother one from our listeners without cursive historical documents could not be read nother one. By the way, this is Mike he'll pay attention in reference to messy handwriting. I were talking about. Yes. That can be caused by having a more dominant, right brain if you are right handed. You're writing will tend to be less perfect. That's my problem. People who can't read cursive are isolated from history. They can't re documents to understand the thinking of the past another one there's brain research showing a connection between cursive handwriting and greater learning achievement. As long as we're at it. Let's get rid of reading and spelling as we have voice recognition programs to do that. Can't you learn but somebody's personality by their writing to what they say. Oh, okay. Here's another one. There've been several studies on cursive handwriting and development of brain function. Okay. My time hammer there you go. And then I have a bunch more to talk about brain development cursive handwriting..
"martha hoople" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My own two feet. But you never in a million years. Did I expect to follow in their footsteps? Tonight, your baby sister has. She's a great performance. But we'll ask our special guests. Maybe she was protesting leaving Neverland documentary about her brother. Yes. Sal ceremony pronouncing that correctly pronouncing, it correctly, senior director of rock programming at premiere radio networks, he was there for the induction of these great names from rock and roll. So what's your take on why? Janet Jackson did not perform so. Well, you know as Len said, yeah, there's people are saying well, her focus is this residency in Las Vegas. Then there's the HBO dilemma the brothers estate is suing HBO who is going to air the highlights of this ceremony on April twenty-seventh, but you know, look, she would not come with a small production. No, perhaps that's it too. I mean, it does all the pyrotechnics. I don't know if she wanted that. But you know, you have to figure that if she's going to it's going to be a big deal. And it might not have been just worth it for her because she has to pay to bring everybody over there. The rock holes. They're not gonna do it. So what's this rumor about one directions, Harry styles and Stevie nicks? I mean, he's old enough to be his and they're like holding hands. And what are they gonna sing, you know, muskrat love duets or something they became friends a couple years ago when he put out an album, he did a show at the troubadour in L A and a bunch of folks showed up to support him. And he's always been a big fan of Fleetwood MAC and her work and has made it known, and I guess she dotted the little kid and. But now, I don't think you want to define adoption. I don't think there's any romance going on there. Hey, you can't blame the kid to me. She's a good looking lady envious. Yeah. He's a handsome boy. She's seventy twenty five. Asian lynn. You were there features. Gotta teach the rock hall of fame is a big deal seems to fly under the radar. I think is a Friday night. And because they're not gonna televise it for awhile. Did did you was the excitement palpable there? When you watching this thing unfold. Yeah. Well, it's the excitement. I it's funny. This was the twenty fourth ceremony. I've covered so years ago. It was his private affair always held at the walled is story industry. Only. Now, they've opened it up to the fans. And so yes, you you can feel the energy at the Barclay center from people going in when you walk around the rotunda and stuff. Yeah. It's filled with more fans in the VIP's in industry folks in. Yeah. They're they're they're there. They had a roof route their heroes on no doubt about it. And I always forget, then it's on on HBO. Well, first of all, I don't have HBO. And Secondly is I don't have HP either. Premiere networks. Now, we're on the same company. You tell me you have HBO. I used to work at television Lincoln. So what were the highlights for you over the what were the top performances? Why thought all the performance was a great now if you happen to be a Roxy music fan, you wanna tune in because I feel man's Inara their guitarist after the fact told me that that was probably it the thinks that's a good way to shut the bring the curtain down on a forty seven year career. There were excellent def Leppard was grade. Stevie nicks did a good set. She had Don Henley and old an old boyfriend older boyfriend age appropriate age appropriate boyfriend, come out for leather and lace, and then the quote unquote, alleged young boyfriend, Harry styles. He saying her on stop dragging, my heart around deflowered was good. They closed out the show years ago. These be this all star jam and everybody in their mother who was there with a t jump on stage and perform and they chat out Johnny be good. Or twist and shout, you know, whatever rock and roll standard. Everybody knows. Well this year def Leppard did their set, and then they just closed. It out by doing all the young dudes, which is that mantra hoople song that David Bowie wrote. And Joe Elliott is a huge Martha hoople fan in hunter who fronted Matt the hoople they happen to be rehearsing across in Hoboken because they started toward tonight in Milwaukee. He got into come over. And he led everybody through all the young news with Brian May who inducted def Leppard playing guitar with them. So that was kind of zombies here. Z? Uh-huh. Ha zombies.
"martha hoople" Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars
"But you know, it's just it's a good record. And he he kind of kept the les Paul going. I agree. And that's cool. That you cited that. Because I think you're absolutely right. He was playing he's a les Paul guy through and through. I think occasionally he played other funky guitars. Like, he had a BC rich Mockingbird, which is cool too. I dig those. But yeah, I mean, he he's a less Paul guy. If I think slash it's a less pollen his hands. And it's that sound I dug that record when it first came out. Just I don't know. Why described me, I don't know mart, my friend, Mark. And I went and saw them open for iron maiden of Eric great show. But you're right. I mean, I, you know, the Ethel Merman vocals, I think. Yeah. Is funky. But in terms of I don't really care for much of the stuff. They did after that. But that I I think is like you say a good rock album. You know? I mean, a lot of people mention it as a seminal rock album. I think it is up there and in terms of guitar saving kind of a classic guitar tone and model. Yeah slash asked to be credited with that. And again, I would say to the indie. Genre. I think helped usher in a love for more vintage instruments to like like all those guys were buying cheap fenders and using Fender amps and all this other stuff, and then these cheaper models became popular kinda like we're talking about with Leslie west playing junior back in the day. Nobody wanna those guitars, he you know, he he was onto it doing guitar. I'm not a student, but he was onto him and he dug them, and then sure enough as time went on people like, yeah. These or Martha hoople those guys were smart, they love these again them onto it. So, but so I think what's cool about these different cycles of music is is how they a lot of these people kind of harken back to these old instruments in these old things that they kind of go these are really cool and they're cheap right at the time. Some of it's a combination of urine for that classic stuff. And also not having a lot of money to spend on gear, you know. And so they wind up with a Mustang or a Bronco or something like that playing through a cool old Fender who knows what you know. Right now. It sounds like you mentioned the independent eighties independent music because personally my journey. I came out of the seventies kind of into classic rock. And like, I mentioned the first wave of European heavy metal and at some point I kind of find that indie independent music, and I was way into that bands. Like who Skar do the replacements the meet the minute, man? I started going down that. And I kind of turned my back on my whole classic upbringing, which was kind of a shame. I gotta back eventually. But yeah, I think that's that was a really interesting point because all those people were into the they were like punk influenced and pop influenced and they they sought out those classic instruments and made them and brought them back into the forefront for anybody that was into that music. So it's great. And you mentioned like there. BC rich, which I kind of think of more as more as a seventies kind of like Qatar but in the eighties. I'm trying to think of any guitars that came out during that period that were like be one hundred become classic. I think for some people even though you, and I might not get this. I think that what was it Kramer who started in the seventies as aluminum neck guitar, and they went to after the van Halen thing they went to super strat style guitar skip..
"martha hoople" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Turning eighty four years old today William Daniels. You remember him from Saint elsewhere? He's ninety two today. Richard Chamberlain paging. Dr kill there is also in LA those mini series back in the eighties. The thornbirds shogun very versatile, actor actress, Shirley Jones Partridge family. They're both eighty five years old today. Former congressman Barney Frank Seventy-nine, Christopher Walken Seventy-six. Gabe kaplan. Welcome back kotter seventy five years old today. Mick Ralphs, Martha hoople all the young dudes. Well, maybe not so young these days at seventy five former Vice President, Al gore, seventy-two actress, Rhea Perlman Carla from cheers is seventy one edit marinara running back for the Minnesota. Vikings turned actor you saw hillstreet blues. He's sixty nine years old today Angus young ACDC. Sixty four years old, and you McGregor is forty eight happened on this day in nineteen thirty-three FDR signing the emergency conservation work act, creating the civilian conservation corps ever. Go up north Houghton lake ralian. See those stands a big tall. Pines all in a row that was the CCC back in the day. Nineteen forty-three Oklahoma opened on Broadway. Nineteen sixty eight at the conclusion of a nationally broadcast address on Vietnam, president Johnson stunned viewers listeners when he stated that he would not run for reelection nineteen seventy-five gunsmoke closed out twenty seasons on CBS with its final. First run episode at the time the longest running series in one thousand nine hundred seventy six the New Jersey supreme court ruled that Karen Ann Quinlan young woman in that persistent vegetative state could be connected from her respirator. She died in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and in two thousand five same day. Terry shy of oh died thirteen days. After her feeding tube was removed and another right die court fight on this day. Nineteen Ninety-one the Warsaw Pact formally dissolved in nineteen Ninety-three. Actor Brandon Lee was accidentally shot to death on a movie set and in nine ninety five. Mexican American singer Selena Katina Peres was shot to death in Texas by the founder of her fan club at in Michigan history. Eighteen eighteen a log building near the Rouge river was dedicated to Mark the first Protestant church in.
"martha hoople" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"I just get swept along for the ride. Yeah. But yeah, I I've looked friends who didn't doing parties I think my mates bar, and he's gonna project on a big screen, and and have a look in and have some fun. You what about for you? Are you going to are you gonna walk into it with this? He's looking for the party. You can come to my house. The Douglas can't come. No, you can't come. We're fighting now Nikki you talked about your daughter who watched who was at the premiere. And and you know for you for your kids watching it. You know, how how do you? How do you handle that? Hey, that's out. Daddy was at the time. Or might my kids are smart. They they get it. I I've done a couple of things I think were important in their life one is that if you go to my house, there's no Golder platinum records anywhere there in boxes in storage. And that doesn't mean I don't love them. I just don't need them to define who. I am. And for my kids to be defined by adad who has fifty golden platinum records on there. Bring their friends over you know, what I mean? So my kids grew up with the dad that wanted to be everything. My dad was I wanted to be present I made the baloney sandwiches. I took them to school. You know, I'd stay late and studio get up early. You know, wasn't easy. But I did it, and I raised my kids mostly in divorce, and that was that was hard. And you know, obviously, I've been through that. So there was a lot of triggers for me where I wanted to be present for my kids. They've heard stories I've told him stuff, and can you imagine having me sit down with you. If you're a kid to have the drug talk. Oh my God. And I I like to cut make up shit, and it's not even real and then it becomes real. So I had a thing called the talking chair in my house, and that was in my bedroom. And it was this like zebra striped antique chair, and if you got called to the talking chair was like on no because dad can talk man, and he can talk, and that's talk about like real issues real stuff. So by the time, they came to you know, they see the movie they they knew that dad had been a drug addict and had survived that and was in recovery. And but there's the they met their grandmother. My mom. A few times, and it was hard for them. Because they saw that we we had nothing and they were trying to like, I took them to Seattle to be with my mom. We they were like they couldn't feel a connection to her either. So it was like weird for for them. And then they saw what happened to me that I never explained to them about the knife being a kid and that. Yeah, I'm they put me in the talking share. So yeah, it's it's real stuff. You know? And you got to you gotta address it. And and it's it's cool to be a rockstar and all that stuff. But it's more important for me to be a human being, you know, there's something that that. Yeah. Absolutely. That connected with me in the film. Also is when you change your name, and you didn't pretty quickly. And you went first of all how did you come up with Nikki six from Frankfurt Rana? What was that process? So I was in the band London. And I changed my name to Nikki, I was Nikki London from London because all my favorite bands were from London. And I wasn't a big thinker. And and I actually figured out how to get this guy. Nigel Benjamin who replaced in hunter in Martha hoople that became Motte. And then British Lions to come to L A and B the singer in London, and he was British. So everything was working great. I've had these dreams by uncle was the president of capitol records..
"martha hoople" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"When a pair of tickets Martha hoople at the Miller highlighter, Monday, April. First this council will arguably feature when the most beloved glam rock outfits of the sevens with flaming Qatar riffs, and bluesy grit. If you're the right caller who can correctly identify our top four stories later this morning, you'll be headed to see mock the hoople Miller highlight theater, Monday, April. I keep listening for your chance to win. And that is coming up. Let me recap the top three or four before we get to number four number one changes at the Marquis archdiocese, the cousins and Weakland names coming off those properties number two shop Shopco stores to close number three New Zealand going to overhaul their gun laws. What does that mean for all of us living here? Probably nothing immediately. But I think long term some of those decisions will have to make when it comes to gun violence and the responsibilities associated with your second amendment rights that is number three and number four. This one amuses me. I think we're all aware of the old relationship not old relationship the relationship between James Carville. And and. What was her first name, Matt Madeleine I can't remember to that? Yes. They were they were in the Clinton era that was that was entertainment that was done, but the two sides of the aisle, obviously, they they had different political opinions. Well, this one is more interesting in a in a much different way. We all know, Kellyanne Kellyanne Conway is the advisor to the president in the White House or husband is George Conway and Kellyanne Conway, very outspoken. She's on all the networks almost every night. I just watched her on Chris Cuomo the other night, she was on, you know, going back and forth with him. Very vocal one. When there's a scrum outside the White House. Typically, she's engaged with the reporters at the president's not there. She's filling them and what the president thinks what he's up to what he's doing as as as good as she can present that while her husband, George who. I think is an attorney. Had some very critical comments about the president over the weekend. Not the first time he's done this. He's written out bads. He's made a Twitter posts. And he he did a couple of things over the weekend on Twitter. He had some screen shots of the medical definitions of narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder related to the president. He wrote this all Americans should be thinking seriously now about Trump's mental condition and psychological state, including especially the media congress and the vice president and the cabinet. He said simply on Sunday. His condition is getting worse. Now. Some of the media reports are the president had a lot of alone time over the weekend. And you saw this flurry. I read some of them yesterday thirty plus different tweets about a lot of different conversations. Joe Biden, call them low I q one after the witch hunt. What she calls the mother investigation. Some comments about some of his potential other challengers democratic side of the aisle the border stuff, which she tweets about almost every day. But this is an interesting one from this perspective. And that's how I want to kind of go after this you have the adviser to the president. Her husband, George Conway, attacking essentially, her boss. How often does that happen in real life? I'm trying to think where that happens anywhere else in the. Corporate world in the in the elected official world political world. I'm trying to think how what's the comparison? I guess it would be like, my one of our wives writing better. How about how bad our employer was? And we both you, and I agree are employers pretty pretty great employer. So we would be mad about that. Obviously. I I guess that's the position that Kellyanne Conway's taking she loves working for the president. She's one of his most vocal supporters both in a scrum with media and on some that were also her job. So. It's different than. Yeah. It's something she believes in its her work. But think about the reality she has four young kids. They're married. I think he's a Republican George comedy. But he hates this president. Now does he her because does he hate him? Because of what he thinks he's doing to his wife Kellyanne Conway does he hate him. Just from the fact that he's tweeting out things about the president being narcissistic and having a social personality disorders. I'm fascinated by this. This is a Matlin Carville times a hundred this is like really crazy stuff when you would challenge your wife's employer, and he's obviously the president works for all of us, but directly working with the president. And he goes after almost every day. I think it's unheard of. I actually made it our show poll today, if you go to a six twenty WTMJ on Facebook or on Twitter, it's it's our show poll today, I want to know what you think about this story line. So I put it this way George Conway, who's the husband of White House adviser, Kellyanne Conway is questioning President Trump's mental state, and I asked the question is it ever. Okay. And I use ever for a reason is it ever. Ok. In any circumstance for a spouse to criticize the partners employer on the I I didn't put this party but won the won the the spouse lights working for that employer. Isn't that kind of the end of the or does he feel he's doing something that she can't? Do you think? So you're secretly is agreeing with I just didn't say that. I'm just asking. One of the commentators on Facebook said well, a spouse's separate entity. Why should he not or any spouse not be able to speak freely? I'm not saying that he has a right to write off as in tweet, whatever he wants. That's this is America. I'm just thinking about the uncomfortable. Of doing these things with your wife's employer. Imagine. Even if it wasn't this significant we're trying to find comparisons. What if your spouse did bed? He even if you didn't work on the radio. What if your spouse just like to fire on where you worked in Rhode blogs about it? Yeah. I wouldn't like it. I I can't imagine that she likes it unless as perhaps could be a side story here, she she really is doing a job, and it's less about defending the president. She's just doing her job. Could that be could it could be what we're talking about? Here is this is goofy foreplay between the two of them. I mean who knows humanos conversations what that would be like, why did you this? If she truly loves the president. And I'm not gonna try to imagine what's in her head coming home and saying what was that tweet storm about what was the narcissistic personality disorder stuff about. That's my boss. Now, aren't you curious and she's a close advisor to the president what the conversations between President Trump and Kellyanne Conway are like when he says to her. Hey, just see what George was tweeting out over the weekend. And she if she's a good adviser say, yeah. And I also saw the thirty plus tweets that you made on Sunday and Saturday might wanna slow your roll a little bit Mr President if an advisor could do that you think people speak freely with the president. I don't think they do. I doubt it. I think people are afraid of this president when they work with them. Intimidating. It could even be financial. And I don't know anything about the Conway's and how much money they have. But that's a great job in a great gig most presidents are lonely. I mean, not just this one most presidents are in a bubble. This one probably more than many, but it is not for most people's. I mean, this type of job is difficult for most people the hand. What ages people we've seen it with Harry moment with a lot of the last presence thing, you think they look significantly older the hair's grayer, which is not uncommon. This president dies is here. So we're not gonna know that. But when you look at a relationship like this one between a husband and wife in this at this level talking about the president United States to attack her boss somebody she works within the White House. I have never seen anything like us. I'm surprised that doesn't get more attention, given, you know, just the craziness of all the things that are that are going around with this president. It's stunning to me. And I can't figure it out. I don't know what his other than he does like the president. What his motivation would be for for going after this in the way that he's doing it. Maybe trying to save her from herself could that be part of it. She's a smart woman. She's independent. She can figure it out. Right. She they're really truly loves the president or just wants the John to put up with this kind of stuff. And I've said it a million times uncharacteristically unpresidential, though. Somebody disagree with me yesterday. Bye. Bye deaf. Bill Glover by definition. He's president. He defines what's presidential by that. He can define whatever he wants to be presidential. I'm a I'm a decorum guy. I'm a standards of office guy to me, he violate some of those standards and how he communicates the way that he fails to I think eloquently explained his positions, especially because important stuff like race relations or mass shootings and violence. He doesn't make the Mark. And that's I'm not bashing him. Just for that. There's some things he does that. I that. I appreciate and I live, but at the end of the day, this is a president that is flawed like all presidents are, but this is being publicly called out by the spouse closely as I would it make the news locally say, let's let's say county executive Paul Farrow, say someone on his staff their spouse just. Constantly ripped pharaoh on Twitter constantly. I would have a hard time keeping that guy in my employ because you're not supportive of the mission. Ultimately, it's about supporting the mission. Now, I'm not saying Kellyanne Conway doesn't do that. But boy when you have somebody that's riding the president like this. That's married to your your adviser. It just makes no sense. To me. I'm going to let Mitch from sturgeon bay. Have the last word as Dana Carvey? I can't I can't do the Denecker imitation of Johnny. Carson that is some weird wild stuff. I think that says it does some crazy things happening this White House. Maybe it's because Donald J Trump president. Maybe it's because Kellyanne Conway's adviser you can wait on the on our show, Paul. I think it's fascinating. I I've never seen this kind of discourse between the spouse of someone that's at a high level and our government. Maybe you have an example, maybe you can text it to me and economic. He's talking text line. I think this is absolutely bananas have.
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"martha hoople" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"If you're there right caller who can correctly identify our top stories later this morning, you'll be headed to see Martha hoople Miller highlight theater, Monday, April. I keep listening to your chance to win. And that is coming up. Let me recap the top three or four before we get to number four number one changes at the Marquis archdiocese cousins and Weakland names coming off those properties number two Shopco stores to close number three New Zealand going to overhaul their gun laws. What does that mean for all of us living here? Probably nothing immediately. But I think long term some of those decisions will have to make when it comes to gun violence and the responsibilities associated with your second amendment rights that is number three and number four. This one amuses me. I think we're all aware of the old relationship not relationship the relationship between James Carville and. What was your first name, Matt Madeleine? I can't remember that. Yes, they were they were in the Clinton era that was that was entertainment that was done, but you know, two sides of the aisle, obviously, they they had different political opinions while this one is more interesting in a in a much different way. We all know, Kellyanne Kellyanne Conway is the advisor to the president in the White House or husband is George Conway and Kellyanne Conway is very outspoken. She's on all the networks almost every night. I just watched her on Chris Cuomo the other night, she was on, you know, going back and forth with him. Very vocal one. When there's a scrum outside the White House typically, she's engage with reporters at the president's out there. She's feeling them in on what the president thinks what he's up to what he's doing as as as good as she can present that while her husband, George who. I think is an attorney. Had some very critical comments about the president over the weekend. Not the first time he's done this. He's written out bads. He's made a Twitter posts. And he he did a couple of things over the weekend on Twitter. He had some screen shots of the medical definitions of narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder related to the president. He wrote this all Americans should be thinking seriously now about Trump's mental condition and psychological state, including especially the media congress and the vice president and the cabinet. He said simply on Sunday. His condition is getting worse. Now. Some of the media reports are the president had a lot of time over the weekend. And you saw this flurry. I read some of them yesterday thirty plus different tweets about a lot of different conversations. Joe Biden, call them low I q one after the witch hunt. What she calls the mother investigation. Some comments about some of his potential other challengers democratic side of the aisle the border stuff, which she tweets about almost every day. But this is an interesting one from this perspective. And that's how I wanna kinda go after this. You have the adviser to the president. Her husband, George Conway, attacking essentially, her boss. How often does that happen in real life? I'm trying to think where that happens anywhere else in the corporate world in the in the elected official world political world. I'm trying to think how what's the comparison? I guess it would be like, my one of our wives writing an op-ed or how about how better employer was. And we both you, and I agree are employers pretty pretty great employer. So we would be mad about that, obviously. And I I guess that's the position that Kellyanne Conway's taking she loves working for the president. She's one of his most vocal supporters. Both in a scrum with media networks also her job. So. It's it's different than. Yeah. It's just something she believes in its her work. But think about the reality she has four young kids. They're married. I think he's a Republican George Carlin, but he hates this president. Now does he hate her? Because does he hate him? Because of what he thinks he's doing to his wife Kellyanne Conway does he hate them? Just from the fact that he's tweeting out things about the president being narcissistic and having like social personality disorders. I'm fascinated by this. This is a Matlin Carville times one hundred this is like really crazy stuff when you challenge your wife's employer, and he's obviously the president works for all of us, but directly working with the president. And he goes after almost every day. I think it's unheard of actually made it our show poll today, if you go to six twenty WTMJ on Facebook or on Twitter, it's it's our show poll today. I I wa. Want to know what you think about this story line? So I put it this way. George Conway was the husband of White House. Visor Kellyanne Conway is questioning President Trump's mental state. And I asked you the question is it ever? Okay. And I used ever for a reason is it ever. Ok. In any circumstance for a spouse to criticize the partners employer won. The I I didn't put this part in when the one the the spouse likes working for that employer. Isn't that kind of the end of the does he feel he's doing something that she can't? Do you think? So you're you're secretly is agreeing with just didn't see that. I'm just Asti and one of the one of the commenters I'm faced with said, well, a spouse as a separate entity. Why should he not or any spouse not able to speak freely? I'm not saying that he has a right to write up as an tweet whatever he wants. That's the this is America. I'm just thinking about the uncomfortable. Of doing these things with your wife's employer. Imagine. Even if it wasn't this significant we're trying to find comparisons. What if your spouse did that, even if you didn't work on the radio, what if your spouse just like to fire on where you worked and write blogs about it? Yeah. I wouldn't like it. I can't imagine that she likes it unless as as perhaps could be a side story here, she she really is doing job, and it's less about defending the president. She's just doing her job. Could that be could it could be what we're talking about? Here is goofy foreplay between the two of them. I mean, who knows you imagine those conversations with that would be like, why did you choose this? If if she truly loves the president, and I'm not gonna try to imagine what's in her head coming home and saying what was that tweet storm about what was the narcissistic personality disorder stuff about. That's my boss. Now, aren't you curious since she's a close advisor to the president what the conversations between President Trump and Kellyanne Conway are like when he says to her. Hey, did you see what George was tweet now over the weekend? And she if she's a good advisors saying, yeah. And I also saw the thirty plus tweets that you made on Sunday and Saturday might want to slow your roll a little bit Mr President if an advisor could do that you think people speak freely with the president. I don't think they do about it. I think people are afraid of this president when they work with them. Intimidating. It could even be financial. And I don't know anything about the Conway's and how much money they have. But that's a great job and a great gig most presidents are lonely. I mean, not just this one most presidents are in a bubble. This one probably more than many. But it is not for most people. I mean, this type of job is difficult for most people to hand ages people we've seen it with hearing a lot of the last presence thing they look significantly older their hair's grayer, which is not uncommon. This president dies is here. So we're not going to know that. But when you look at a a relationship like this one between a husband and wife, and this at this level talking about the president United States to attack her boss somebody she works within the White House. I have never seen anything like us. I'm surprised that doesn't get more attention, given you know, just the craziness of all the things that are going around with this president. It's stunning to me. And I can't figure it out. I don't know what his other than he does like the president. What his motivation would be for for going after this in the way that he's doing it. Maybe trying to save her from herself could that be part of it. She's a smart woman. She's independent. She can figure it out. Right. She they're really truly loves the president or just wants the job to put up with this kind of stuff. And I've said it a million times uncharacteristic unpresidential, though. Somebody disagree with me yesterday. Bye. Bye deaf. Bill Glover by definition. He's president. He defines what's presidential you buy that he can define whatever he wants to be presidential. I'm a I'm a decorum guy. I'm a standards of office guy to me, he violate some of those standards and how he communicates the way that he fails to I think eloquently explained his positions, especially becomes important stuff like race relations or mass shootings and violence. He doesn't make the Mark. And that's you know, I'm not bashing him. Just for that. There's some things he does that. I that. I appreciate and I like, but at the end of the day, this is a president that is flawed like all presidents are. But this is being publicly called out by the spouse. I would it make the news locally say, let's let's say county executive Paul Farrow, say someone on his staff their spouse. Just constantly ripped thorough on Twitter constantly. I would have a hard time keeping that guy in my employ because you're not supportive of the mission. Ultimately, it's about supporting the mission. Now, I'm not saying Kellyanne Conway doesn't do that. But boy when you have somebody that's riding the president like this. That's married to your your adviser. It just makes no sense. To me. I'm going to let Mitch from sturgeon. They have the last word as Dana Carvey. I can't I can't do the Dan Akari imitation of Johnny. Carson that is some weird wild stuff. I think that says it some crazy things happening as White House. Maybe it's because Donald J Trump's president. Maybe it's because Kellyanne Conway's adviser you can weigh in on the on our show, Paul. I think it's fascinating. I I've never seen this kind of discourse between the spouse of someone that's at a high level, and our government's maybe you have an example, maybe you can text it to me and that more he's talking to text line. I think this is absolutely bananas. Those.
"martha hoople" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What might Mike? Guy who's this guy? Even talking. Good to hear you. Radio. Live in Colorado. Eight years. Working in other states and stuff like that. Look at what happened to you. Guy. Listen to it to and from my travels. You wanna know what happened? So you know, you didn't hear what happened? So you know, my dad owned KOA. And then when he sold that I lost my job. I can tell you a funny story. I'll tell you a funny story that when people used to call when I was doing the grow. Yes. And they'd go. How did you ever get a job on the radio? I want my dad brought this and that's how they have the answer that question. And. Yeah. That's right. All right, Randi. Thanks for the call. I don't know that I don't I think you need to tell that story of how you got into radio not not not. We don't have enough time. Oh, yeah. Know, I'm gonna do it. Now. I don't think we have no time there, buddy. No. No. No. No. No. No, no, no, no, get ready with the off button dragging the off button. No. But seriously because here's what I was thinking. Exactly right here. Here's what I was thinking. You can turn your mic on we still have. We still got three minutes. The whole story. I mean, man, we gotta train him dragging. We got to train him my thought in a moment. But first Ross from Lakewood, what's up Ross on KOA. Hello. Going great. Hey, I just had a question is talking about John Elway what he was thinking watching that watch. Yes. What I was thinking. What an awesome deal. It was at the Broncos were able to hold both of those team under thirty points. What's your comment on that? You know, it's interesting. You say that because the Broncos played the chiefs twice lost by tola ten points. Played the Rams once lost by three points. Yep. So they lost to those teams by thirteen points. However with that said, I don't think they had the same intensity. I mean, this was playoff type atmosphere last night Monday night, the only game on TV, I'm not knocking the Broncos for keeping a close. But Kansas City when we played them in Kansas City, they came off to prime time games. And now they're playing a game. So give give the Broncos some love for I'm close. But I don't know if that same situation happens last night. If the Rams and chiefs were not playing each other. Yeah. And and thanks for the call. I would say this. Did you happen to see Chris Harris is tweet sometime? I guess during the game though, welp ICU might have to score fifty to win a Super Bowl L O L. I mean, the fact of the matter is. Dare I state the obvious the Broncos aren't anywhere near that level on either side of the well, I wouldn't say on either side of the ball because Kansas City defensively is is not very good. And neither is Oakland. Neither is Arizona. Neither a Seattle. Neither San Francisco. Neither is the giants. I mean, you can go down and talk about twenty three twenty four that are in the same position Bronco. So we're not the lone the low. No. And I think the Broncos are in better shape than a lot of teams. You just mentioned. Oh, absolutely. I mean, they're not the cardinals come on. And they're not the raiders or the giant. Oh, my word. Could you imagine that you know, how about this though? You know, I grew up defense wins championships. Now, it ain't happening happening, dude. Kevin is with us fellow cabin. You're on KOA. Hey, guys, a good here. Talking to both you Lou from Wilton. Haven't heard you in like fifteen years. Well, you know, you can buy my CD's online at I love. You know in honor of the stones. We wanted to break. I wanted to say that at Folsom nine hundred eighty four nine hundred seventy eight. It could have been it was because they weren't hearing. Okay. What we used to be able to go to a Bronco game on Sundays course and walk across mcnichols to see a concert hat. Saw fog had. Jeez. I don't know blue circled. I think we are. I didn't have to move our vehicles. We just walk across street. Here's one for you Monday night. The Broncos were playing the raiders and David Bowie and nine inch nails replaying it mcnichols arena that same night. Oh, wow. I didn't know that. But did you know that Regis? I think is that Balz field Fieldhouse for the just reduce field. Hosted the first. Jeez. Who who was their first American show pull it redes-? No in nineteen seventy three they warmed up for Martha hoople. It was Queen. All really, did you see the movie? No, I've seen the moment. I have ladies and gentlemen, I will promise you if you have any rock and roll blood in view at all don't listen to the critics go see the movie siemian rap city. You will love it. There you go your love. There's your endorsement from our movie guy Lou from Littleton. Kevin thanks for the call three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five the telephone number, Mike and Lou. In for dragging. No dragons. I know you're still here in for Dave, Rick and Kathy. We've got news next more after that on Lewis and Logan on KOA NewsRadio Rick and Kathy.
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"And now a look back at this week in history this week in eighteen fifty one Moby. Dick is published now considered a great classic of American literature. Initially, though, the book about captain Ahab in his quest. For giant white whale was a flop Herman Melville died in eighteen ninety one largely forgotten by the literary world by the one thousand nine hundred ninety scholars had rediscovered his work, particularly Moby, Dick, which would eventually become a staple of high school. Reading lists across the United States this week in eighteen sixty seven the first stock ticker is unveiled a New York City. The advent of the ticker ultimately, revolutionize the stock market by making up to the minute prices available to investors around the country. Prior to this development information for the new York Stock Exchange which have been around since seventeen ninety two travel by mail or messenger. The last mechanical stock ticker debuted in one thousand nine hundred sixty and was eventually replaced by computerized tickers with electronic displays this week in one thousand nine sixty nine Apollo twelve. The second man mission to the surface of the moon is launched from Cape Canaveral Florida. With astronauts, Charles Conrad junior, Richard Gordon junior and Alan bean. President Richard Nixon viewed the lift off from pad a at Cape Canaveral. He was the first president to attend the lift off of a manned spaceflight on November twenty four th Apollo twelve successfully returned to earth splashing down only three miles from one of its retrieval ships, the USS hornet and this week in two thousand and one British author J K Rowling star creation boy wizard. Harry Potter makes his big screen debut, and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, which opens in movie theaters across the United States based on the mega bestselling fantasy novel of the same name the film, which star Daniel Radcliffe in the title role went on to become one of the highest grossing movies in history. Seven movies, followed the original that's your look back at this week in history. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on rock and roll lovers? It's Andy west ticket trip back with me to this week in rock and roll history. Back in nineteen sixty eight where Jimmy Hendricks third album electric lady land shows the famous guitarist on the cover along with a collection of naked women. You can only get it. In england. The American version is released with an alternate cover this week in nineteen seventy three in Leeds England, Queen begin their first tour the opening act for Martha hoople this week in one thousand nine hundred two men at work's debut album, businesses, usual hits number one in America where it stays for fifteen weeks until it's dethroned by Michael Jackson's thriller this week in one thousand nine hundred four with chic frontman Nile Rodgers producing Madonna releases her second studio album, like a virgin her first number one on the us album charts this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight YouTube started a six week run at number one on the US album chart with their sixth studio album rattle, and which went on to sell over fourteen million copies and this week in the year two thousand. As promised the offspring give away one million dollars to lucky fan. Two finalists in the band's online giveaway for fans who downloaded the song original prankster for automatic entered appear on MTV total request live to compete in a trivia contest to determine who will take the prize fourteen year old Ashley Hitchcock wins correctly, identifying noodles as the oldest member of the band until the break..
"martha hoople" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"But. If I remember right, I think Martha hoople wasn't really sure they wanted to do this. No, I think he by the rest of the band, I don't think because it was a little bit. What they fully understood it. She's they die even dive. They did it because David somehow I do not compete. Didn't quite have that clout then. But somehow he they had in America. I had gotten hadn't done anything that would on Dory, but it didn't stop to changes have been a mine a single. So that was what started the. That was also the only album in his lifetime that he actually recorded without a recording contract. And that's his contract with see I and subsequently recorded Sigi stardust, and that was the real strikeout, but but the best is already and Irene hunting Dory. And he always performed a lot of songs from hunky Dory. And you weren't really hearing the man who so the world which is from the that preceded hard. He do. Real though that was the album that in England, son, Kim, he couldn't get a record deal, believe. That that I think Mick Ronson had just come on. I know Visconti was plane base in the band using in kind of like this prog E sort of thing. In fact, I got to see holy home. You're very fold. I loved holy, performing the entire album. It's it's. It's a fantastic album. It I, I'm surprised how prog rock it is so NBC because we're going to be bring up prog rock to to me the two most charisma, attic performers I've ever seen in my life are one David, Bowie and Peter. Gabriel. Oh, you know, around I saw they mean Seventy-three. Interestingly enough, I've got these great shows payment of stalking over, say that you buy on my. So tell me. Tell me about about that. I, you know, I, I understand that that Peter and of course, I think both of us are would agree that Peter's best work was still to come. It's it's when he goes solo and. Where he just just is amazing to be his bride place, wonderfully. The nine hundred eighty melting of face album is, you know still one of my all time favorites, but but you shot him in seventy three. I believe he had the reverse mohawk at the time had kid. They had kid. Never never seen it afterwards. So. Back to way where beloved, but but I have things as impo forming to look like a flower. He put the flower around for last supper. Yeah, yeah. So yes. So I'll tell you David make run some though would go bless, you know, stave and Joe and God bless making Kaethe, but those David make for that brief there in that brief Ziggy stardust period, which is like a twenty one month there at twenty two months. I mean. Lot is ever been a more fabulous look you in the history of rock and roll, and it goes to make beautiful like that. I mean they both exactly we're, we're stunningly gorgeous men that were flaunting masculinity feminism putting it into this middle ground somewhere, and you're right there to capture it all. Another interesting thing people often say somebody and I do point out the other people to didn't want off sessions there on that is insane. How come you've got the best pictures of that period. And I have to point out that know how the photographers around. It wasn't like they were big group of that everybody wants to get into, right? No, no, that came along more photographers. Go involve when punk came along. And yes, I was involved with that, but I'm one of a several photographers that I could nine when it comes to glam. There is only me because it was not what else. What else around so, but you did shoot everyone by now. You're shooting Ray Davies's and cats Marley, even Jerry Garcia just about very. Yeah, that's seventy two two or which is one of the greatest doers of the dead that Europe seventy two. So I was in the way of working man's dead and and I'm beauty. The American Beauty. Yeah, which which she many ways. It's still my favorite album. As far as far as the taste, the dad does recording artists, you know, that's classic dead, definitely. So let me let me add a another album cover here. This one, not a performance, and that is the the album cover Queen too, which is it's just a perfect photo if