28 Burst results for "Marvin Gaye"
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"I would not recommend this album. I don't want in a house. I don't want it in a box with a fox. I don't want to listen to this album ever again. You know, I remember just not loving me. Like, and that's the thing. We're reviewing albums, not necessarily individual tracks. There are individual tracks. I can go back and listen to it and be like, okay, this song just alone is good. But as an album as a cohesive movie, I would not watch this movie again. Maybe I, you know, a few scenes would be appealing, but yeah, it was really underwhelming with this. Ro, I'm remembering how you felt about the Bob Dylan album. And I feel like I feel that right now. I feel that level of just being upset and just being underwhelmed with it. So yeah, I'm going to I have to give him at least a three for his vocals, but I'm struggling to go to a four. Yeah. So I'm gonna stick with a four at a reverence for his vocal abilities, which similar to you. I can't think of ten other artists that sing better than Marvin Gaye. But an underwhelming thematic approach here, my friend. So four out of ten from Marvin Gaye. Yeah, I think some of the high point I don't think we talked a lot about the instrumentation. I thought the band was tight. So that's obviously canvas work. I got a land on a 5. I was between a literally a four and a half, but I round up because it takes me and I give appreciation to the artist. Yeah, I agree. You could have done a lot better, could have been more coherence, could have actually wrote it down, spent more time on pooling it all together, but that's what he wanted to do. So even if he did still wouldn't have changed I mean, it would have been more coherent for me and I think it would have appreciated that, but it wouldn't have changed my feeling of, you know, dude, this is just too much. But I get it, the concept album. And those are hard to those are easily hits and misses, right? You can either just dig it or write off the bat because you're in for the whole roller coaster..
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"So, I don't know. It was just left me kind of like a feeling weird in both this whole album. I'm feeling weird towards him too. But that's also the reality. Yeah. I don't know. Maybe Marvin Gaye gets a little more of a pass with me because I revere him as, you know, one of the greatest R&B, artists and vocalists of all time. He's definitely in my top tier of vocalists ever. I 100% can not name ten vocalists. Male or female who I enjoy listening to more than I do Marvin. I mean, real quick, highlights and low lights before I get my final rating. Highlights for me through his vocal layering is phenomenal. His ability to, you know, explore the different octaves and make it sound as pleasant as he does dude, he is. Amazing at doing that. And I think he does that very good, very well. And when did you stop loving me at the end, sparrow, even though that didn't have much to do with the main theme of the album, the vocals on that are freaking dope as well. A lot of these songs made its way into my subconscious. And what I mean by that is throughout the day I'd catch myself singing and whistling this shit. Last night, woke up to take a leak at three in the morning and I'm fucking humming sparrow, you know? So it's like, I know that I know that I enjoy an album or music a lot when it seeps into my subconscious when it's like, I'm not even thinking about it, but I'm actually thinking about it. So highlight for me on that low light is, yeah, I wish his lyrical content was a little tighter, a little more direct, a little more in tune with what he was going through. I wish that he was, I wish that he explored the full range of emotion when you go through a breakup. Never mind a divorce. So I wish that he had tapped into more of the sadness, the sorrow, the, you know, the other, the other facets that he didn't really touch on. Overall, my final grading for this, because I think the lyrics could have been better because I think the thematically it could have been a little tighter. I'm gonna give this an 8..
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"And you know what happens pretty often, you know, for example, another artist, you know, I'm a huge fan of big pun, but he's famously known for beating the shit out of his ex-wife. You know, so there are artists throughout history that, you know, they maybe were living a little shy, but you know, because they're so great at what they do. People tend to sweep it under the rug, which is not necessarily the best thing. But yeah, definitely layers to this. There are certain there's a certain level that if you surpass and I'm not supporting this. But yeah, before, before we I don't know, do we want to get into what are you doing? How you doing what time of it? He just woke up and Devin's got him, but yeah, I gotta wrap this up by 9 40. 9 45 the latest. Cool. All right, so let's get into highlights and lowlights and then we'll get into final thoughts. Cool. Wonderful. Yeah, so for me, the highlights on this album are where there is a connection of the poetry, the sentiment, the context and Marvin Gaye's vocal abilities. I feel like anger is probably my favorite song on the album because I thought it was executed well. He explored the concept of anger. It's almost like he's giving you instructions a little bit on how to perceive anger. And obviously a divorce is a very infuriating thing. I think what 12 years in a marriage, I felt like he did a good job of connecting all those pieces there. And I thought the instrumentation was probably the most connected to that. So for me, that was definitely a highlight. And it strange to also be a highlight because I did think it was kind of disconnected, but the funky spaceship song, I forget the title of it. Yeah. But I thought that something was great. But once again, didn't necessarily connect. It was almost like he was trying to escape from the feelings of everything that he was going through, which is not what I wanted. I wanted an album of anger and sadness. It's about divorce. It shouldn't be escaping Marvin. Let's stay in this and let's do this together. So I feel like those two songs right there are kind of highlight where I'm out with the album, which is, you know, clear reverence for the men's vocal abilities, man. You can't even try to name 20 other male vocals that are better than Marvin Gaye. But in terms of the songwriting ability and the vision and connecting the vision with the lyrics with the instrumentation,.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"The deep rooted reasons why their relationship did not work out. And Subaru around through the Internet, I also read that his ex-wife and again, she was a brother of Barry Gordy, who was the top dog at Motown. She was apparently heavily heavily involved in Marvin Gaye's career in terms of keeping a motivated helping them with scheduling and arranging coordinating things at times helping them write and produce a music. So she was very heavily involved. You know, a decade or so after the relationship, things started to dwindle away. So Marvin likes to in this album as we see, he's painting himself to be kind of the victim. You did me wrong. The reality is I wasn't really the case. So here we go. He writes an album where, with knowing that the content, it is confusing, listening to it, because some of the things that he's singing about, you would not necessarily feel that it is about a divorce. You know, falling in love again, you know, I met a little girl. There are songs in here that don't really sparrow, sparrow to me that made no really didn't really make any sense in the overall theme of the album. He's singing about a bird who's famously known for kind of whistling very pretty in shit, but like, what does it have to do with your divorce? So there are a lot of conflicting things that go on in this album. But I will say that overall, I did enjoy most of these songs. I'd say, you know, 7 or excuse me. There is 14 songs on this album. I liked all but three of them. Yeah, so I like, you know, 80, 85% of these songs, composition wise in terms of his voice, man. I think his voice is just a freaking cheat code for me, you know? It's like, it's so like pure and rich and for me it makes anything sounds better than what it is, you know? But yeah, real quick before we transition into something else. I'm wondering when you guys listen to an artist..
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Infinite Rewind
"You know, the litigations that go on to attorneys involved and, you know, she was looking for monetary reparations if we will. So when they split Marvin Gaye was kind of heavy drug addiction and low on money. So his attorney suggested that the royalties in upfront money were to be given to his now widow, if you will, Anna Gordy. So. With that in mind, Marvin decided that he was going to make the album a conceptual album, essentially an open letter about their relationship. So on and so forth. So let's start with that gentleman joining me is benevolent Benjamin and lionhearted Libby, my co host. So let's jump into the album. So I'm wondering what were you guys as impression of Marvin Gaye prior to listening to this and, you know, how did that change after listening to this? Marvin Gaye to me was just like a symbol of funk soul and like just the poppy kind of poppy upbeat love, happy, some of those popular songs. He just was kind of like a quasi sex symbol in my mind. Just more is just positive, upbeat, you know, that high falsetto unless you're really listening to the lyrics. You know, it's just like evokes a happiness. It's just this level of this feeling of just positive mood. So, yeah, walking into this. I mean, before I even listen to the album when I looked it up, you know, it's hard not to read the first couple sentences about what it is what it's about. So to set the stage for me before I listen to it, that this was not what I was used to. Or wasn't going to be what I was used to. So yeah, I kind of knew what we were signing ourselves up for something different. And I was interested to see what that would be like. And how he would accomplish it. His to me, I think, you know, his signature falsetto was kind of like I said earlier. Just to me, it has like this like lifting quality. It's sort of ascending. And soothing, you know? So that layered on top of some upbeat tracks and some more mid tempo funk just seemed to always just seem to me to be more of a positive element. Love and the positives, the good side of love. So.
Kennedy Center Announces Next Honorees: Joni Mitchell, Bette Midler, Berry Gordy
"There's a new batch of Kennedy center honorees being rolled out Kennedy center officials are spreading the word that the annual event will be back again this December and this time it'll be just like old pre pandemic times the forty fourth class of honorees will be heavy on the music side this year topping the list of Motown records creator Barry Gordy change the face of the state with a label that created a stable of artists ranging from Marvin Gaye to Diana Ross Stevie wonder's Smokey Robinson and the temptations and four tops also honored Saturday Night Live mastermind Lorne Michaels singer actor Bette Midler and folk legend Joni Mitchell last year ceremony was delayed for months and eventually done under coated nineteen restrictions I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"marvin gaye" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"It. Didn't have anything bad to say about that. But you know and his in his own. Mind this dude. He cringed at the thought of putting him wide receiver making him run across the middle and meet people like deacon jones or chuck howley or dick buttons. Like he couldn't live with himself. If dick fuck is took. Marvin gay's head off across the middle. He couldn't be seen as the guy that ruined marvin gays. He actually fake go. Go block deacon jones and see how that works out for you. You know just wasn't gonna work for lucky. Told him like maher. Let i love you yet. Love your attitude. I think i told him. I said you can see now. You have some ability but not good enough to play professional football. Glad you came out. Everybody enjoyed your presence on. Thanks for coming on and lemon mel understood. That did pretty good. You know after work. And i would. And i and hanging out with us and going to the games and really getting involved on it. But he just didn't have what it took to get him over. The hill mara was a little disappointed. He was a little upset about that. But you know. He was ultimately appreciative of just the opportunity and coach matome. He thinks that sort of satisfied his desire to play professional sports. Like he had a tryout not everybody can say they have a tryout regardless of whatever you want to say about the level or the intensity of that drought that man gotta try out in front of a professional football coach and even more than that just in. What you're reporting is showing. Is that that whole effort to make the team. That truly refocused marvin gaye at least for a time. So if you know anything about marvin gaye you know that drug abuse drug addiction was unfortunately a frequent chapter throughout his life and in particular. You know bouts with cocaine battles with drinking and your things of that sort but for this period of time of marvins life when he really had a goal to chase after we had a goal he really wanted to achieve and that was a professional football in the nfl. He kicked all of that to the curb right. He picked up weightlifting multiple times that he picked up cardio multiple times they. He was truly getting himself into what he believed. Football shape looked like because this was his chance. This was his chance to prove to himself. The i run my life on my own terms. And this is what i wanna do and in a way you have limb barney mel farts. Thank for that so in the years. right after. What's going on and that unsuccessful. Football tryout justin marvin gaye became marvin gaye. I mean let's get it on. That came out. In nineteen seventy-three sexual healing came out in nineteen eighty two that revolutionary performance of the national anthem that was nineteen eighty three. But at the same time as all of that was happening. Marvin gazed drug abuse. The other issues plaguing him throughout his life. They reemerged and became progressively. Worse did lend barney and mel farr stay in touch with marvin as that was happening. And as his star rose last time they saw him was in june nineteen eighty three in detroit. It was On the last tour of marvins by they saw marvin perform he put on a great show. But i remember mel farr telling me this in our interview and he says and i quote after the performance we go back to his dressing room he had all those hangers on giving him this drug and this drug and i said wow man i don't think he's gonna make it. Was that bad lemonade. We felt for these people taking advantage of them and there was nothing we could do. They weren't cell phones back then and it was difficult trying to get them because everybody was around him was nothing they can do to save mar and for a long time and i can tell when i smoked the mouth far about this voice. Guy really got really quiet for a second and he was really sad. Those concerns that barney and far had for marvin gaye justin. They were incredibly real. But they also didn't foresee the specific tragic way that marvin gay's life would come to an end in nineteen eighty-four because marvin gay's father. The man you had called his lifelong antagonised. He shot and killed his son in the middle of a dispute. Marvin gaye was visiting his parents home here. In los angeles. There was a family argument. The singer was shot in the chest a little. While later marvin gaye died or junior was taken to california hospital where he was pronounced dead from gunshot wounds at one o'clock this afternoon so as the years passed justin and barney in far are left with just the memory of their idol who somehow became their friend. How do they remember marvin gaye. How do they remember the wild story of that friendship. They love marvin gaye man. They love they love. He was somebody that change their life because his music had already changed their lives but then that friendship with them change their live. How oftentimes roll down a window when i hear tribute tomorrow and on the radio and scream up in air. Marvin i love you..
"marvin gaye" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Just so marvin. Gaye has surprised lombardi and mel farr by asking them to be on one of the most iconic songs of all time. But that was not the only surprise. Somehow that this guy had in store for the two of them because what did he tell them that he wanted to do next. Okay so now. Mara was like all right. So y'all we're teammates with me in the studio now. I wanna be teammates. Which oh and so again in miller like What what's going on here like no pun intended. What's going on. Bay came to learn that marvin would dead serious about playing professional football like in the nfl professional envy there were no video game systems. Marvin couldn't create himself on man. You wanted to be in the game. Because martin saw this as an extension of their brotherhood. He really saw these guys. You know as long lost brothers. Wait hold on a second year because just in the people in. Marvin's life who know of his aspirations. Here what are they telling him as he is saying now that he wants to become a real life detroit lion. So he tells smokey robinson smokey robinson said here insane probably more co for language. But he said dude. You're insane and so now. He's telling his brother. Frankie that yeah i want to try out for the lines. I wanna play in the nfl. And this is marvin gaye quote to his brother when frankie asked him like. Why the have the even thinking about doing this and he says and i quote. I'd rather catch pass and score a touchdown in tiger stadium. Been rack up. Another goal record. This do serious about this man. He was he was very serious about this about this. You've got a thirty one year old with no athletic experience in whatsoever trying to plant this. Sounds like the plot line from a yet to be filmed kevin hart. It's absurd like at the very least when you step into a studio and you have no musical training like your life is an at risk and in this case like what are the actual football players. What are bardy and far. What are they telling marvin when they hear that this is his plan now credited to mellon low. Because you know when you got homeboys your homeboys you tell you like man. I don't think this is a good idea. I'm i'm a ride. I which like if you try low cost me anything martin. Like truly dedicates himself like he ran multiple maoz a day with mellon limb. He was really taking this seriously now in their minds. They understood like this greatly. These getting in shape if he's still not gonna make the teams in. Marvin's is he's thinking like yo throw. This is my chance to make the nfl. Like i'm really gonna do this so they take the idea to the team. Yes so how does that go there. The funny thing about it. When i spoke to joe schmidt who is the coach of the lions at the time. He's really funny telling this story. There's this sequence of them gone to coach mitten like a. I'm wanna run something by you and just see it will bring marvin gaye practice. I guess so but he it even like the practice see. If you could make the team how can we make cheap man. He likes with only run as a football player. I like to say. I can't say the guy likes football and he can run. Yeah that's not quite enough to get a head. Coach legitimately interested not marvin gaye. Marvin gaye not motown marvin gaye. Not you're all. I need to give by. Marvin gaye was like yeah coach. He wants to drought for the team and see the thing is we kinda told him he could get one. It was like what and so eventually man they convince them to do it. Schmidt even then couldn't even really articulate why he had a change of heart and by all right. just just tell him to come on. You know what i mean like. It's time to come out here. Like i can't guarantee you anything and when i spoke to lombardia about this moment but he got really really excited even over phone. You could see the smile on his face. He remembers the phone call vividly. Marvin and i'll read it out. So barney calls marvin gaye and barney's by guess what marvins by what's up. What is it barney's like coach. Mitt wants to meet you. Marvin gaye loses it. He was like. I knew this is it. This is my shot on the drive. I'll come pick you up in the limo. He was just so fired up and he put on you know a three piece suit and not obviously not the trial but he wanted to make a good impression coachman like he was really serious as a casual free agent to be. Does you wear your suit. And you show up to the football team by coach schmidt. I'm ready to play. And so you know he talks what schmidt and of course you know. He's really nice guy and they have a great conversation. But the thing is schmidt figured marvin played football at some point in time like he didn't he didn't have any footage from college is he never attended college. He didn't have any footage from high school because he didn't play in high school. He dropped out at seventeen and enlisted in the air force. So schmitz assume he at least played in high school. It's worth mentioning to hear like joe schmidt the head coach of the lions. That dude is a hall of famer like he is no joke. He's a serious dude so when he relents and says all right. Let's give marvin gaye a tryout. What did this tryout really look like. In how did marvin gaye do though. The drought itself. It was about in front of twenty people on the field and in the bleachers combined. It's important to note that before. The drought officially started marvis at a prayer with lombardia mel far. That's how important this was. Don't marvin tried out for for several positions including running back and tight in. Why receiver fullback poached mitt. Who recalled the trial man. This do acted like a consummate pro. Doing whatever coach might ask lineup. Wherever you needed to do was it was very cultural. He knows nothing else you could say. Marvin gaye was not a diva when it came through football.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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How Two Detroit Lions Inspired Marvin Gaye's Whats Going On
"Just intensely. Thank you for joining me. It's an honor and privilege and a pleasure to be here. My man thank you for having. Well you bring with you a story that i'm incredibly excited about the story that you reported here for us about marvin. Gay's attempt to join the detroit. Lions i mean where does the start the two main players for the lions. That story revolves around. Is this guy lombardi. Who is an nfl hall of fame. Cornerback and mel farr. But here's how the story goes back in the summer of nineteen sixty eight farney far. They were about to start their second season with the lions and they have both earned rookie of the year honors the season before offensive and defensive of the year the rookies rookie in nineteen sixty. Seven was melpar limbaugh. What's the surprise of the season to everyone except the coaches who drafted him. Barney's playing golf at home apart. Golf course in detroit and if you know anything about detroit and the golf courses back then that that's where a lot of the black celebrities from mozart. Act joe louis so on and so forth and barney was a huge fan of marvin gaye. The attendant at the golf course so like marvin gaye lives right here. You should go introduce yourself. He not door. He didn't know what he was going to say to him. At that point and marvin revenue being annoy was actually happy to see him and barney. Two views like oh. I didn't even know you knew who i was and gave him like. Oh you're barney. He ran down his stats. Like it was like pro football reference dot com and in the late sixties. They have breakfast. They talk about sports. They talk about music and then they immediately hit it off
Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?
"I'm andy taylor. And i'm justin. Lemme and it is the three of us today. There is a lot of tech to talk about. I think the big thing that a lot of people have been talking about this week number one for themselves and number one by just pure astonishment is the technology of deepfake technology. We talked about this a couple months ago. Well you know we. We talked about some deepfakes and all that stuff. But this is how it's it's rear its ugly head again and it's back with a vengeance ugly it looks. It looks so good. it's ugly for society because it does look so good and it's so confusing. I think you're talking about the tom. Cruise ones right yeah. You're the one who told me about it. Because i hadn't seen it yet and it appeared on tiktok amazing because tiktok it. They have a policy no deepfakes. They don't want deepfakes on on tiktok and this was posted on tiktok and eleven million views by people. Saying wait a minute. Tom cruise is doing a magic trick. Tom cruise's played golf. And he's put it he's on tiktok and people were watching and the thing is. You really can't tell that. It's not tom cruise. And that's that's what makes it rough those of you don't know what a deepfake is a deepfake. Is you get an act. I have an actor but a person anybody it could be anybody to be the The video portion of it. And then you'll be walking around a room or doing something. But then you're going to upload know of everybody can do this because it does require some sophisticated technology but you upload like a celebrities face in different poses which gets a bunch of different pictures of that celebrity and then you for lack of better term you superimposed that celebrities face on the quote unquote actors body and it becomes that person. This technology can basically turn anybody into somebody else now. We we've seen some deepfakes in the past that have featured celebrities but always like kind of a little switch. And i've liked those. I've been entertained by those where you have stallone as the terminator or bill hater which is one of the best ones out there. I think bill hader while. He's he's on. One of the talk shows transforms into tom cruise and transforms into seth rogan. While he's i love that one. That one's a lot of fun and they're fun but this deepfake was different because it wasn't like this is another celebrity trying to be another celebrity. This is like oh this. Is tom cruise. Which makes everybody think. Oh that's tom cruise. It brings up the idea then. Okay could a politician then be created to see something outrageous or yeah. That's what i was about to say is like people say how could be a threat to society. just imagine. Just imagine that somebody does somehow does a deepfake of president biden announcing war on china. china's somehow sees this and says well no no no no no where declaring war in america and launches their nukes. Not possible but oh it is possible now that technology fake the technology yet totally and it can also in the case of crime. We've got footage of this crime going down this person did. That's not me. That's a deepfake. There's in could be used as the defense could be used as maybe putting somebody up. That is innocent of a crime. I mean it's you say that there is a technology that you found out that is now being developed to combat the deepfakes like basically be able to tell if it was altered a company. And i'm the name kind of escaped me. I signed up to kind of follow them and see what they're doing but they're apparently able to use technology to determine similar like what people have done now with photoshop. Be has been able to set now that you can tell that's photoshop. You can see that but now this company is going to work with the some of these deepfake videos and see they can determine but again. The technology is getting so good but people have said. Well we don't have the expertise to do it ourselves. But we're beginning to see that changing as
Whitney Houston's national anthem still the gold standard 30 years later
"The Super Bowl this year is all about who is the greatest of all time. But there was a Super Bowl performance 30 years ago, which may never be topped. CBS is anthem. Mason looks back. It's the gold standard for national anthem performances. Whitney Houston's rendition before Super Bowl 25 at Tampa Stadium. The year was 1991. The Gulf War had just begun. 27 year old Whitney Houston, who'd already had eight number one singles was dominating the charts. Houston's musical director, Rickey Minor produced the arrangement. I went to the school of Whitney and everything that I've done since then has been With my doctors degree from the University of Whitney. She took her inspiration from Marvin Gaye. The first thing she said, was You know. Have you heard Marvin Gaye do the national anthem for the NBA All Star Game. He said. It's something about it that I feel like it would give me more time to really express these words and let them linger a little longer. So instead of Oh, say, can you see? It was old saved can use C minor took the version to the Florida Orchestra, which was tapped to accompany Houston at the game. They took notice of the tempo change right away. Everybody was a little taken aback. A little like what is this? It's so different. It was Mary Corbett, second year with the orchestra as a violinist. You play it before every concert, So we just have it memorized. So when we played this new arrangement, everyone is sort of like what's this? Houston later recorded the vocals in L. A. Minutes after hearing the accompaniment for the first time she listened Nodding her head. And then after hearing it one time, she said, Okay, I got it. Just once. One time. The Star Spangled Banner is not an easy song to sing. The range of It is really tricky because it starts low, but it ends up high. Oh, sir, you know, And then it's the Rockets red glare. You have have to have that passion in there. There's some video of a few singers where they didn't get it quite in the right place. And the Rockets red glare sounded like like a like a rooster crowing. I mean, But the NFL was concerned about Houston's version. I think that they just thought it was too different to do the Super Bowl. We're at war, People will hear this and say that's not my national anthem Operation Desert Storm had just begun in the Middle East NFL executives asked Whitney's manager, her father, John Houston. Get her to change the performance, but minor pushed back. I said to John Houston, either I'm doing this or you have to call Whitney and say that you're gonna pull me off of it. Because this is what I believe is the best representation that will give her wings to fly with knees, version one out and she didn't just fly. She soared. She always said that was one of the most special moments in your life. It really changed the tone of the national anthem and I miss her every day. It still gives me goose bumps. I just got these bumps to listening to those last notes. That was gorgeous, really one of the only few times at a game I ever remember standing up and crying while singing the national anthem by myself well, with Holly in the in the Living room. And I still almost teared up again. It was just tremendous for the time.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"That is Marvin Gaye in his song. I heard it through the grapevine number one of the trucks back in 1968. Okay, Right it is, you know, Hmm. You know, every once in a while he'll play those, you know, cartoon during what? You're what happened, and I think of myself. I don't listen to that song enough. Yeah, kind of sticks in your head. Now, that's Albert. You know, getting those here warms out. Coming up. We're gonna be talking about the exodus out of California. I mean, most of these big companies. They're heading for Texas. Oracle just announced they're moving their headquarters. Right. Culture Mosque. Redwood City For how long up for years. I know. So some of these legacy, you know, industries, these businesses that have been in California for so long their head now. Must came out. We're going to roll up the clip that he told The Wall Street Journal. California's taken itself for granted. They're taking this for granted. Yeah, they're taking businesses from animal and you wonder if that's Part of the reason why the governor just brought in Deedee Myers to try to maybe shore up some of that she might have been brought in to stop the bleeding. Yeah, I don't know, but I mean, she she's she's been brought in to help the economy overall, but maybe, you know, maybe the real reason why the undertone is yeah. Silicon Valley's been a big part of that in our state for a very long time, and we had record tax revenues this year. But if we lose enough big cos that's not gonna be the co No, no, I mean, we got a drip drip drip thing going on here. No question. Talk about that. Coming up and get your top stories today. Whatever the weather brings snow.
Confesions by Kanae Minato
"You're listening to books and bobo. Oppo club podcasts. Between books by easing american doctors are marvin gaye and angrier. And we're here today to talk about our october. Twenty twenty book club. Pick confessions by name and knoxville translated by steven snyder. Who re-re you picked. You picked a doozy for spooky twenty twenty. It really was the perfect read for for spooky month. In my opinion yeah. This episode should be released on election. Day twenty twenty. How are you feeling as we enter this potentially new era. I've just been trying not to think about it. I submitted my ballot a couple of days ago. And i'm like well. It's i don't know it feels kind of hopeless but you know you're i don't now i don't know i feel i don't wanna i don't wanna think about it. I like when the results come out. I'm still skeptical on. How much can change. How much damage control do yeah. Oh at least we can still escape to our books as a resident alien from canada. I'm counting on all you people to To us that's right. You can't vote. I voted for the first time when a moved to california. Because i didn't become naturalized until i was like twenty one twenty. Which very like my this is only like my second election because because the last election the first very first one i voted for was trump versus clinton and wow. I was appointed by the results of it my first election. I vote and i was like. Wow i feel like my vote. Didn't cout of but that's democracy for you right. I mean did count. it just didn't count enough. Yeah i know because of the electoral college or some bullshit like our international listeners are going to just be so continue. No i think they understand. Also what's at stake here. I mean everyone knows the situation that our country is an and yeah so Those of us in the future. How's it over there. I hope i hope it's I hope it's not as bleak but yeah Quick reminder that we're gonna be talking about the whole of confessions by claiming not so so that includes spoilers and since this book is kind of like a crime thriller. You definitely don't want to get spoiled before you get into it so make sure you read the book before coming back listening to our discussion. Yeah i would put this in the same category as never let me go. I'll just go into it as cold as possible and then come back and listen to us and it's a pretty quick read only about two hundred and thirty five pages for a novel. It's relatively short so you can probably knock it out in a day or two and back. Okay so we're we're gonna move on tear discussion. Yeah marvin what have you heard about this book before. Because it you know it was an international bestseller. It was extremely popular in japan. It sold millions of copies. And there's a movie based on this book as well. So have you heard about this book before. Going in actually haven't so this is my first time exposed to this I guess you can call source material. actually didn't know there was a film Yeah it's directed by tetsuya kashima. Who is a pretty well known director and it debuted at the toronto international film festival back in twenty ten and it got a lot of critical acclaim so i have not watched a movie and interested in how they adapted it. Yeah i mean it is a form of story that is somewhat familiar in asian media tropes which is like the revenge story right like we've seen this before in like the korean cinema. A lot of japanese films anime manga light novels also feature stories that like kind of focused on revenge right like the wrong party. Getting their justice is probably one of the darker ones of these that i've read
The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?
"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Pantheon
"marvin gaye" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I got it's a couple of thoughts here. Israel. Very nice. Very, very nice. I love the reference that I thought, I think I heard in there. I love the reference to Marvin Gaye. Yeah, with Marvin Gaye taught us They got hurt a reference to him. I think I had a reference to to park. And and you're smooth. You are smooth man that I'm looking at your man. Your your your your your presence in the video. Is it Sze? Great, man. You do that You did a great job on this. I appreciate that. Ah, it was it was a project that was really important. For me for the time for department and it resonated with people. I mean it. It generated a ridiculous amount of traffic to our Recruiting Web site where we're one of the few Departments right now, whose numbers are up compared to this time last year. So I think the message is resonating with people. So you mentioned your website are are you present any world's social media? Yeah. So, um, my I have a website of Israel graham dot com That Ivy R E a. L Graham like grand proctor dot com. It has a link to all my social media. My My instagram is Israel Graham And My Facebook is Israel Grand TV. Israel Graham TV and again That's what Z I z e r E A L We will be playing the next. The other song to Israel back to It is your other one that you have out and so we're going to a play that is well coming up. But I really just wanted to tell you that how much I appreciate. And I think so Many really so many people appreciate what you're doing Your efforts here to be the difference. And I really enjoyed it. I think it will make a difference. And I think it's more important than ever that we see this kind of communication between peace officers in our community. And you're to be commended for that, sir. And I I really appreciate you joining us tonight. I really appreciate you having me thanks.
Chicago police boss David Brown shares message of love during press conference
"In the south side headed back across town to the LCD get an update and I saw a black business owner would assign they just said I love you with the heart and he was blaring some music I could barely make out but it reminded me of nineteen seventies R. and B. so I had a little so I told my team the pullover let me get into you know interact with this business owner we got a chance to speak briefly he was planned Marvin Gaye what's going on he's a young man I say may your parents must raise you right he began talking about the looting and how he was standing there with a sign that said I love you so that he can put forth a positive a positive message to those who would protest who would loot he invited me to come back yet in our studio my daughter is artsy I said I bring my daughter back for one of your classes and I walked away hearing the last parts of the song what's going on only love can conquer hate brother Marvin said at the end that's all Google what's going on by Marvin Gaye young people and let me know what's going on next I'll turn it over to police superintendent David Martin their file I did David brown I'm sorry following mayor Lightfoot with the touching story about a small business owner and a sign of love
"marvin gaye" Discussed on KCRW
"Lovely editor's Marvin Gaye's classic funky space reincarnation on the promoter we get to walking Garcia for passing the two door cinema club have covered John Lennon's isolation and it's for charity soon grabbed bringing from two door cinema club's isolation a mix in tune with the brand new key piece called don and fever dream to start off the set and underneath right now this is sold G. and Tony match instrumental piece called easy fly UP next music for me those that they left on the.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"The horizon has if he's looking to the next world something beyond the world we're living in <hes> <hes> so the everything about this package spoke the future new. I'm a radical shift in tone and the way this artists was presenting himself. Marvin Gaye had truly become a major major artist if he was one already but here was another facet to that personality so what's going on finally comes out Greg in May nineteen seventy-one that cover you were just describing marvins looking ahead people are paying attention now for Berry Gordy for all his doubting of this record it spawns three top top ten singles in is a huge commercial success but also significantly a tremendous artistic success and his peers are listening right stevie. Wonder who happens to be Marvin Gay's label mate on Motown <hes> just turns twenty-one his contract does up. He looks at what margins are getting away with. You know the top ten pop album number one R._&_B.. That basically Marvin Gaye produces sings writes on his own without any influence from Berry Gordy or the motown regulars says I want a piece of that action. <hes> I want complete artistic control just like Marvin was able to rest from the label at considerable with considerable difficulty and gets it <hes> because otherwise they're gonNA lose them and he reels off a string of masterpieces in the mold of what's going on music of my mind seventy two talking book inner visions fulfilling misses first finale songs in the key of life. Would these albums have existed. If what's going on had not been recorded I I don't think so I think Stevie took a cue from the Great Marvin Gaye Eh aretha Franklin titling an album young gifted and black the staple singers would be altitude respect yourself. I'll take you there. You're you're already writing songs about this but they felt emboldened to make an entire album based around these themes parliament functionality going from the streets right to the you know outer space the spaceship <hes> you know the concepts you know let's make a whole album based around a theme. <hes> George Clinton was definitely taking cues from Marvin Gaye Al Green making the bell album emboldened to do a concept level work in at album links you know transitioning the single from being the centerpiece of African American pop music to the album being the centerpiece of it now these kind of things had been done before and African American music. Obviously I mean you you go back to something like Duke Ellington's black brown and beige album in the forties or Coltrane with a love supreme. You know these are spiritual ritual tone poems that are album length and clearly gay was taking some cues from that but for an African American pop album to be addressing these themes at album length was unique and Marvin. I think really paved the way for generations nations of artists do the same that wraps up our classic album dissection of Marvin Gay's what's going on. Do you have an opinion on this album Marvin Gaye or anything in the musical universe call eight eight eight eight.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on KCRW
"Gotta love that Marvin Gaye countdown. Oh, my. You so crazy that was a funky space reincarnation off of his album here. My dear that catered to his ex wife. Started off the set with a cover of a feel like making love by valley June. Also brand new song by tame, Impala borderline. Trick wire Hawthorne set with attract called perception. Me new baby. We don't have much further to go because I'm only here till three AM. That means I'm with you for about eighteen and a half, more minutes. So let's make a count. Okay. I got got some more good songs for you very excited for you to hear them. We're here we're together on KCRW. Are you frustrated by the circus in Washington? Don't just yell at your TV make a long weekend escaped a Santa Barbara and be part of a civilized debate. It's KCRW's left right in the center live. Join me Josh barrow, and my panel of political visionaries, including demille Smith Rolling Stone. Megan mcardle of the Washington Post and Kelly Gough from the Daily Beast as we discussed the.
Marvin Gaye will get his own U.S. postage stamp in April
"Motown legend will be immortalized. I'm postage-stamp stamp. Chris Barnes delivers the details. The postal service will release instead honoring Marvin Gaye on April. Second I won't would've been his eightieth birthday. It's part of the postal services music icon series designed to look like a record sleeve inspired by historic photographs gay was known for this. Let's get it on many many other fatally shot by your father in nineteen Eighty-four
"marvin gaye" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Worked for NPR music hosting the let the podcast, and can I just say this. I love me some Marvin Gaye my last birthday put a six in front of my age. So I'm from that era when Marvin Gaye was part of the soundtrack of our lives from young pop crooner to his masterpiece what's going on. He set the bar for beauty with his voice his style. His grace in that million dollar smile that melted. The hearts of all of my female classmates back in the day. And probably still does truth be told in my piece for NPR music. I wrote about a period in his two short career. That was -particularly prolific for Marvin Gaye in nineteen seventy one he released what's going on in nineteen seventy-two. He released a soundtrack for the film trouble, man. And during that same time he was recording tracks for the conic album. Diana, and Marvin that he did with Diana Ross. And that was released in nineteen seventy three the same year. Here. He released one of his biggest hit albums. Let's get it on. I mean seriously, how do you top that? And put that into a larger cultural perspective those same years saw the release of Led Zeppelin four who's next by the who sticky fingers by the Rolling Stones. Neil young harvest and goodbye yellow brick road by Elton John the competition for the record buying public. Attention was fiercely competitive in Marvin Gaye more than held his own. So it surprising that he had an entire album that recorded in nineteen seventy two that was never released. It was called. You're the man and the title track was released as a single, but it never got past number fifty on the soul charts. So the story is Marvin Gaye said let's hold off on this one. And now almost fifty years later, we get to hear the elm it. We were teased with a single called my last chance, and it's Marvin Gaye in his prime his velvety settled comes gliding in at the beginning of the song. And I ain't gonna lie. It brought tears to my eyes because it trackers reminder of what we lost way too soon. But it's also like a reunion with really good old friend and for those of us. Of a certain age. There's nothing better. Yeah. I'll be curious to see where exactly Marvin was at that point because Marvin deal was going on. And he always complained privately that the music industry, wouldn't let him be the guy he wanted to be because he really wanted to do standards. Frank sinatra. He's all being an Rb singer is like a form of exploitation and the emphasis on sex and all that stuff. Like he felt that was forced upon him. That was not something that he. Got a beneath them in a lot of ways you wanted to do something that he considered to be a little bit more dignified. But after what's going on with you for the rest of his career. And this is the stuff that he did, you know, let's get it on his what he did. I want you is what he did all of that. That was like what he want that was the direction he wanted to go in. So I'll be curious to see what another album in that time period. Like in terms of the content the substance itself, what place is in is it more place of him or more place that he felt that he had to go for the record industry. And then we will also see how people are as there's anybody who has a hell of a case for cancellation Marvin Gaye is very high on that list that album has a official release date set for March twenty nine so coming up in just a couple of weeks. This last story. A man let me down I promise this is not going to be continuing thing because happened to us. Unfortunately, a couple of weeks in a row, but the story from global news and Paris, the city pairs is seeking fourteen million dollars from Airbnb for some illegal adverts saying that over a thousand illegal rentals are advertised the mayor of Paris told a newspaper in interview published on Sunday that under French law homeowners and parents can rent out their places on short term rental platforms for up to one hundred twenty days a year advertisements.
"marvin gaye" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Me wanna holler and Marvin Gaye can't go wrong. Marvin gaye. Hey, speaking of Marvin Gaye tomorrow fly jams Friday, I was off last Friday. So we'll have to start tomorrow. We're going to crown the dummy of the year. Big Estonia, two thousand eighteen was straight out of context. Nikki show spies all of that fun stuff. Yeah. So fly James Friday back tomorrow, three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. And we've been talking about reboots we were doing we did a whole bunch of TV reboot some some which were good and some which were not. And and now we're talking about movie remakes or reboots three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. We're concentrating on the ones that are really great not the remix that suck like the planet of the apes remake that I mentioned earlier that Tim Burton directed. But now some some good ones. And sometimes it's it's not a good idea. A you think now don't remake that please don't touch that. Don't go back and do that. And then it turns out to be really great. And that's the case with some of these. Yeah. So the first one that pops into my head as far as movie remakes, go that are that are great. Obviously, John carpenter's. The thing is the first one the first one that comes to mind. You know, the original Howard hawks the thing from another world is is great. It's it's great. Carpenter chose to not so much be a strict remake of hawks is movie. But he concentrated on the the original story that it's based on it's based on story coat called who goes there. And so he base it on that instead of making a straight remake of the hawks movie. And I think carpenters version is better. Than than the original. And I really love the original. The original is a really terrific film. There's no question about it. But I think harbors version is better. In the history of carpenters version is just so maddening to as we talked about before because when he came out and almost ended his career it completely bombed. Up until that point. It was the biggest budget he'd ever worked on the first time he ever worked with a major studio because the movie before it was was independent than it was escape from New York was the was the movie before and after embassy small little independent distribution companies that we worked with. But this was a universal film. This was a big big universal film. They gave him they gave him a pretty good sized budget. And he ended up making a classic. And now, you know, when when when it came out, nobody went to see it. The critics were not kind to it like they not at all and it bombed at the box office like totally bombed at the box office. In the next movie. He made. He he was asked to do when he took the job, and he made a really great movie out of it. He took the job, but he took it because it was a commercial job, and he made Christine next and at that time. When he made that movie in nineteen Eighty-three, everything would Stephen king's name on it was making money. Like, it was the biggest like any Stephen King adaptation anything that? Stephen King wrote box office gold and Christine made a lot of money. And it was it. Got him back got him back on his feet. But for a while there. He didn't know if he was gonna work after the thing, it was such a disaster. And now all these years later, the thing is considered like one of the greatest science fiction horror movies ever made. A lot of people think it's carpenters best movie. I just you know, as as being the carpenter fan that I am since his first since his first well since Halloween, and then I went back to his first two movies. But, you know, for being, you know, the the fan that I am it was it was just aggravating to see what has happened to so many of his movies, but big trouble China was a bomb and now everybody loves it. But I think the thing might be the thing I think might be the best remake of all time like the most the best remake of all time. So. Let's see. Here's a rich on WGN, rich. Hi, good morning. I agree with you more about the same. And that's a rarity that a a remake betters. You know, totally better student. Yeah. But the thing is definitely one. I was going to mention that one. But you beat me to it. I am not going to say these are better. But they really did hold their own. Maybe they're better. But they're definitely good one of them was the body snatchers. Yeah. Seventy nine was the invasion of the body snatchers. Now there are four versions of that that movie has been remade three times. Go I I'm remembering your with Donald Sutherland the one with Donaldson. Donald Sutherland is great. There's just no question about it. And some people like it more than down Siegel's version. But you know, they went on to be remade two more times after that to check those out. Yeah. The first the third the third one is just called body snatchers. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety ninety three and it was directed by Abel Farrar. And then the fourth one was called invasion with Daniel Craig. Nicole kidman? Okay. That's probably why I missed it. Because they were going by the same title, right? Yeah. And some room, but the down southern will one that's still up causing. Yeah. Philip kaufman. Interesting. Another one that I was surprisingly good. I didn't have high expectations for it. But it was satisfying. When I saw it the remake of the Wolfman with species will they'll Toro? Yeah. I liked that movie too. I thought I thought the the the version of the Wolfman with Benicio del Toro was really terrific, but it tanked at the box office like nobody wants to see it. And then they tried to read because universal wanted to make modern day versions of their of their monster movies, you know, to to reboot the to have a whole rebooted series of monster movies on the first one in that series was the Wolfman didn't do very well. And then they put it on hold. And then they said, well, let's do it a whole new modern take on it and change these up, and that's when the mummy came out with with Tom Cruise, and it was terrible it made no money. And you know, they were they had in the works. They had Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde they had they were going to do all the classic all the classic universal monsters. We're gonna. Get rebooted, but because of the response to the mummy and because the movie sucked. They they shelved that. So, but yeah, yeah. But I like the Wolfman so rich thanks for the call three one nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If you would like to jump in. We're talking about remixing, it's really crazy because. I remember when. When body snatchers came out that the able for our nineteen Ninety-three version. I mean, I like I liked liked his movies. But I was like oh, man. I don't think they should make another version of this. And it was terrific. And then when I heard about invasion, invasion, invasion was a troubled production, the one with Nicole Kidman, and and and Daniel Craig it was a troubled production. They you know, they had to do. I think the director went over by can't remember who directed it. But the the director went over budget, and he I think they took the movie away from it and re cut it, but it was a troubled production. And it didn't come out when they said they were going to release it. So it said on the shelf for a little while. So it had a bad reputation. Even before it hit theaters. So I kind of low expectations, but I ended up really liking that one too. So all four versions of the invasion of the by snatchers. I like all four of them. I think all four of them have merit and are good. And I think the in fact. I think all four of them are really good. The first three I think are great. You know, I think I think they're great invasion is really really good. He just has some issues. Can you see? Directed that Oliver Hirsch, bagel, Nick. Mctigue? I'll see that. So they gave him a second. They they have two credits. They have James Matijas on credited. But yeah. So that's what happened. They fired. This guy originally directed. They fired him. So I knew there was some some problems with that. Let's see here's Diane on WGN. Hi, diane. Hi Nikolai at her. Right. All right now, you got a good one here. This this one has to remakes, and I love all three of these movies island of Dr Moreau. Oh, yeah. The island. Island of lost souls. Is you like lately different title ya? Dan, you hold on a second time. You like the third one. Oh, yeah. I love violet brand. Oh, my. Up. Oh my God. I hate that movie is one of the one of the worst movies ever made. Because he's in it. The cast. They really plump at that. All right. Okay. Lancaster lovebird Lang. You'll all the seventies version is really good. The island of Dr Moreau from the seventies is really good. Michael York, Lancaster. I really enjoyed it. But man that one with Brando. Oh my God. Because he's in it. And I love David dill. It's new to I loved it. Yeah. And I love for Roosevelt. But man. All right. Thanks, dan. All right. Thank you that. I have to say I I've got to say this. That is the first person that I've ever talked to who liked the the nineties version of island of Dr Moreau, Dan, seriously. That's historic. That's the first person I've ever talked to who liked the Marlon Brando version. Val Kilmer version of of the doctor Moreau. What's really what? What's what's much more entertaining? And interesting is the story behind the making of that movie because it's unbelievable. It is truly truly unbelievable about what the way that movie was made. What was happening on the set? How insane? It was. Yeah. There's a documentary about about that movie about the the original director how he got fired. It's just it's a it's an it's unbelievable story. But man that the oh my God yet movie. Wow. Well, God bless you, Diana. I'm glad I'm glad you enjoyed it. But. Right. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. We're talking remakes. We were talking TV reboots a little bit earlier on as well. Make sure you tune in for season three of one day at a time which will start streaming on Netflix tomorrow. All right weather..
"marvin gaye" Discussed on FanBros
"Who do you all have as your goat male female singers across any and all John RAs alive or dead, pure, honorary Unadultered vocals goes. Wow. Okay. So and Reggie speaks are Marvin Winans senior. Yes, I put him over Luther Vandross RIP and Ella Fitzgerald. I think for women it's Whitney. I was the first person that came to mind was winning. I think it's the line begins and the line ends to which naked store. Nippy is the first person. I thought of we you said across John rose because she can do and genre to do damn there. Any octave light like I or rest than power forever? I wouldn't he for sure what about what about mail shoot? I'm scared to say anybody. That's what is doing what our here, bro manager has. Ben. I mean, yeah. Yeah. I I don't I don't know this this world, man, man. Chris you've been borrows Berle. I guess about. Chris. Chris came in here came in here with the veggie Panini. What does that portabella mushrooms g f g we it's all we got mail. I don't I don't go to bro. Oh. Why why why why the faces pure? Rated like just straight focal skills. I don't know for men that might just might be out of my my depth. If you thought some names pick out some names, but been around long enough to this question. I don't know like why is your name so and so from fifty years ago, and I'm like, no he said, he said Marvin Gaye. No, he said Marvin Winans senior see he he he went his bag for that. He went in his bad. I am not a vocalist. So I clearly move for Luther. I'm definitely Stevie. Yeah. David Bui, David Bowie. Bobby mcferrin Stevie Wonder, John? Breath prints. Ooh in straight vocals, though. But no, and straight musical genius prints, but straight vocals, just think about pure unadulterated, vocals, I'm thinking like I could just he could be on the podcast right now and just belt like bell. Like, no, I don't need a beat out need you to auto to me. I don't need you don't need. No producer like I can sing Luther Vandross from there. I think from from what I remember him and Stevie knows always been complimented for his voice as a pure pure voice. You know what I'm saying? You know, Frank Sinatra all my New Yorkers born nineteen forty in a lot of people are like screaming at us while listening right now. Yes, he cannot people. I'm not gonna lie. Singing Aren beep blues all of that does not my wheelhouse. But Luther Luther sounds Lutheran Stevie Demisch sound good. Does I sound like a good? I can't remember Marvin Winans song my wanted. But if you told me that I probably would know it I'm not that like deep into it. So I don't know. What's happening? But so, of course, I you mad about what we said. Are you are you obviously we've left out so many great ones. Let us now if you management of irrational just said like, I don't know. But this is what I would say, but crash on. All right. Hello fund phone. My questions are inspired by Tatyana Xiji account. Love it. Hater. Hey, yes. Yes. I which which. Let me drink some water. I need to get let me get it. All right. I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it which fictional character style. Would you be who has the worst style? And how would you hook them up to thanks continuously putting out great content across all the platforms cheer our role Taco's storm. Well, I thank you blush. Batting eyelashes. Definitely do that. By the way. That's like ELO. She just typed. She just LL ju just now it didn't laugh. I did our on in such a hater. Anyway. Shake that off gene you. So so who who who getting those these fits off fictionally affectionally, see, I know lots of non-fiction characters out here that that definitely make James Baldwin insured. Are you crazy? Boy. Yes days. Nick arnold. A is the good one the as the good on which fixed the same from? I got I got I gotta think a little bit. I'm trying to think it fits off fictionally fictional fictional, though. Fictional fits hook gets the move day of your that's a girl ball from Wigan a divine. If you read like an end divine..
U.S. judge orders Ed Sheeran to face Marvin Gaye plagiarism lawsuit
"Gay's classic. Let's get it on. In a recent decision district court judge Louis Stanton denied Sheeran's attempt to have a copy copying lawsuit tossed out at defining what the judge called quote substantial similarities between several of the two works musical elements. The judge said that Jerry should decide whether Sharon copied gay and whether the rhyme in let's get it on should be copy protected in the first place Lee, Marvin Gaye families this really making a ton of money for Cashman, man. Mismanaged staple. I mean, I get it. If he stole it. He should pay for it. Come on. Yeah. Weren't they behind the feral thing to in the Robin Thicke dangerous? Jersey shores. Ronnie Ortiz Magro has filed a police report against gen Harley after an
Michael Jackson would have turned 60 this week
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Ed Sheeran Sued for $100 Million for Allegedly Copying Marvin Gaye
"Michael still sounds good i don't know but it's got to be a lot right a never before released michael jackson now there's lots of features on there jay z status major tied dollar sign in more more than worth it no matter how much you paid for it totally worth so ed sheeran's being sued again for allegedly stealing from marvin gays get it on hard for his track thinking out loud a guy named ed townsend cowrote let's get it on with him but he died in two thousand three and his family's already suing shared this new this new lawsuit is filed by a company that claim they own a portion of the rights to let's get it on according to this lawsuit melody rhythms harmonies drums baseline syncopation syncopation word of the day among other things and they're suing him for a hundred million dollars we've heard this a couple of times playing both for you back to back vertu couple of times in the first time we heard it we all kind of like low umbria really good point though last time we played it which is not only is the temple the same but the baseline the baseline for both of these so here's a edgier bull way maybe.