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Stafford, Rams hold off Falcons for 31-27 victory
"Matthew Stafford through two of his three touchdown passes to Cooper Cup as the rams held on for a 31 27 win over the falcons Stafford completed his first 12 passes and route to going 27 of 36 for 272 yards We gave him some opportunities to get back in the game through some plays that we can clean up There's no question about that But when we were playing good we were playing at a really high clip which was good to see today Cop had 11 receptions for 108 yards and touchdowns on consecutive drives in the second and third quarters helping LA take a 28 three lead but the falcons chipped away Troy Anderson blocked a punt that Lorenzo Carter returned 26 yards for a touchdown And the two point conversion made it 31 25 with 5 O 6 left I'm Dave ferry
Queen Elizabeth II lies in state as throngs pay respects
"Queen Elizabeth II inherited millions of subjects around the world upon taking the throne in 1952 but many were unwilling and her death is stirring complicated feelings in Commonwealth countries like Kenya I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look On behalf of the people of Kenya On behalf of the government of Kenya and on my own behalf we commiserate with the people of the UK Kenya's new president William Ruto signing a condolence book for the queen at the residence of the British high commissioner In London I love the queen Kenyan Esther Raven or joined the crowds playing their respects She's a true role model She loved us all but in the foothills of mount Kenya Matthew Y Reggie says he can not mourn Queen Elizabeth saying up the British Those people they took our land 90 year old took part in the mau mau rebellion of the 1950s I was there For three years and he says conditions were harsh I did naked for about the month of June July when Kenya is very cold Over 100,000 canyons were rounded up and it wasn't until 2013 that the British government apologized paying millions in and out of court settlement to those who were tortured Kenya declared its independence from Britain in 1963 and joined the Commonwealth of Nations many credit Queen Elizabeth for embracing the wave of independence in Africa in championing the Commonwealth President Ruto notes Elizabeth learned she had become queen while visiting Kenya and for many of his countrymen he says That is very sentimental I'm Ben Thomas
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Tom maryam the 103rd NFL season kicked off in Los Angeles where the Super Bowl 56 champion rams were trans 31 to ten by the Buffalo Bills One of the favorites to win Super Bowl 57 The bell's Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and ran for another Buffalo's defense sacked Matthew Stafford 7 times in intercepted three passes As the NFL season starts the Major League Baseball season winds down The twins and White Sox eats close to within a game and a half of the guardians in the AL central with wins over the yanks in ace respectively The Yankees lead in the a at least was cut to four and a half games over the raise The women's final at the U.S. open is now set top seed and French Open champagne who topped the arena sapa linco in three sets We'll play Wimbledon finalist anja Boer who beat Caroline Garcia in straight sets The death of Queen Elizabeth was acknowledged by the American sports world with a moment of silence at many events Virtually all sporting events in Great Britain including dozens of Premier League soccer games are being postponed Tom AP sports
Buffalo Bills blow out champion Rams 31-10 in season opener
"Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and ran for one in the bill's 31 ten win over the rams in the opening game of the NFL season Had a couple of players that I wish I had back tonight You know I think every game you're going to have those but just allowing our guys to catch the ball in space and make some plays for us and they did a heck of a job Alan connected for scoring strikes to Gabe Davis Isaiah McKenzie in Stephon Diggs Ellie's Matthew Stafford had a touchdown pass to Cooper Cup but through three picks and he was sacked 7 times Buffalo outscored the rams 21 nothing in the second half Mark Myers englewood California
Tapping the Market for Anti-Wokeness With Matthew Peterson
"Matthew, in a sense, it seems to me your recommending, well, let me loosely call it the Fox News model because as I remember for decades, you had a number of organizations that would criticize bias in the media. The media is so left wing, but conservatives didn't have any alternative. And then roger ailes came around and was said, well, if I'm if we're right, that half the country is not being served, why don't we create a new channel and people are going to flock to it because there's a demand for it and we're just supplying to those customers what you seem to be saying is that this is also true across the board. It's not just in media. People don't want to subsidize wool corporations. In fact, what you're saying is there's a market for anti wokeness. Am I right and understanding you? And if so, tell us how that market can be tapped. Yeah, I think Fox News and in the beginning is a perfect example because it was saying, we're going in a holy new direction. We're going in with the news and with entertainment, right? With everything. And I think now the problem is usually who's editorial vision is at the top who sees what unifies half plus the country, right? And can get that right. And so right now that half of plus the country, we're atomized. You know, we don't have a lot of outlets to see even how half the country lives, right? It's not allowed. You're not allowed to show that on TV. You could not show a happy successful conservative traditional family. I'm normal television. That would never get greenlit. We all know this. Well, that's devastating. And that makes that that really hurts. And this is why, you know, all these forms of media are so, so important because they help sell products and services, right? They bind it together into a movement. We don't have that. So that opportunity is, I think, is there now.
New Founding's Matthew Peterson Discusses Woke Capital
"We have a new guest for you today, someone who hasn't been on the podcast before, but I'm looking forward to this. It's Matthew Peterson. Cofounder and president of a group called new founding and their website is new founding dot com. Matthew Peterson is a publisher of return and he's also the president of the firebrand firebrand super and founder of the American mind of publication of the clermont institute, Matthew, welcome to the podcast, you have been making a very interesting case that I want to talk to you about that it is not enough to complain about the wokeness of American corporations. Because as I understand it, here we are subsidizing them and using their products even as we complain about them. So you think that as conservatives, we need a more well thought out strategy and you have one to recommend. So let's begin by talking about the problem and about the way in which you may say we are implicated in it. Yeah, absolutely. Well, I think that a lot of your audience feels this. You and I feel this. There's a frustration when our own money, our own lifeblood is being used against us, right? I mean, you can say you're going to boycott, say, Amazon, or target, but the fact of the matter is that's very difficult to do. And it really is not a practical strategy. And so what is going on right now is now they're using your 401k. They're using your investments and these large financial vehicles, turning it against you to keep these corporations. Wow. And so I think what we have to get away from is the idea that, well, go broke eventually it will all just turn around. It's not going to turn around any time soon. Unless people band together and do something. And the question is, what do we do? But I think the problem is people feel stuck, and they need to realize if they don't, that billions of dollars are under the thumb of woke capital.
The Mysterious Disappearance Screenwriter Gary Devore
"Gary devore was a screenwriter. And he was driving home through the Mojave desert one night. He just finished a film script. Very successful screenwriter and a script doctor and a producer known for films like raw deal with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dogs of war with Chris walken, but this script he was working on wasn't like those films. It was full of allegations against the United States government and it involved drugs and bank robbery, and it was all set against the, one of the 20th century's most controversial wars, the invasion of Panama. And Gary devore never made it home that night. He disappeared, lost in the desert in the dead of night in Palmdale as he drove home with this script he just finished. And he was found dead one year later, but the script along with both of his hands were missing. Okay, this is our government at work, guys. This is what happens. Now, there's a British academic named doctor Matthew alford who talks about this quite a lot. He knows a lot about what links this story to government problems, et cetera and he believes that Gary divorce disappearance is the quote greatest spy story never told. And he's gone to extraordinary lens to tell it. So back in 1997, and believe me, there was an extensive search for this guy. But there was no trace of Gary devore. For a year, but then he's eventually discovered by an amateur detective who had a hunch
The Left Always Looks After One Another...
"The left they always look after one another. For Lisa Monaco, venita Gupta Christian Clark Kenneth polite Matthew graves, they've bought into this machine mentality. This idea of building a machine is very difficult for conservatives. We have too much of a flair for liberty and freedom to say, oh, yeah, you know, I'm gonna basically sacrifice my own individual autonomy and my decision making to be part of a mindless Borg machine that tries to remove and eliminate my political opponents. That's a very difficult thing for conservative temperamentally and philosophically to engage and believe in. We don't really like tyranny very much. Why would we want to be part of it?
Do Democrats Think We're Stupid?
"Here's my question. And it's like the eternal question that I deal with whenever I guess I was here on the Hugh Hewitt radio program. Are they stupid or do they think we are stupid? Let's see what Dana milbank thinks because he's right up that alley. Cut 15. Look, this has been a horrific week in the sense of the threat to the rule of law. I mean, Republicans with their violent talk, actual violence have lit a bonfire in a threat of the rule of law. Earlier, governor Hogan was saying he thinks this week was a win for Donald Trump. I think it's exactly the opposite. We can talk about them motivating Donald Trump's base. Guess what? They were already motivated. But what's happening now is they are putting Donald Trump on the ballot. Because of the way the Republicans have all grasped around him the way they're going to knock out 9 of ten of the House Republicans who voted for impeachment because of the dogs. And I can't listen to this idiot anymore. First of all, it is a tragedy that we've knocked out 9 of ten Republicans who vote for impeachment. We need to make a ten of ten.
Congresswoman Titus Spins Passage of Inflation Bill
"I think you got a lot more to hide. I'm just saying. And I don't think that Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell, when we take back the House and the Senate, as we will, and we're going to be talking about that today. Because right now, we're in that designated period where Biden's winning, right? Because inflation's coming down. According to, well, cut number 11 Dina Titus of Nevada. Cut number 11. A lot of the economists are saying that inflation is already coming down. Gas prices are coming down. So I believe that you will be able to feel it. Unemployment is very low now. People are back to work, so that's not the definition of a recession. And so people will feel that every day. And I'm optimistic about it. It's here in Nevada when you have the monsoon season. People know that they need help when it comes to climate change.
Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI
"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with.
The Democrats' Inflation Reduction Act Isn't Reducing Anything
"What is really sort of floating the democratic vote here is not the polling data. It is the notion instead that somehow spending more money is going to fix this. So they are all hot and bothered. Very, very hot on the idea that this quote unquote inflation reduction act is going to fix all of their problems. So what exactly happened here? There's a giant Bill. We are talking about hundreds of billions of dollars in spending. Joe Manchin, who had been concerned about both deficits and inflation. He said that he was not going to sign on to build back better. But now he's signing on to this. So why exactly is he signing on to this inflation reduction act? And what exactly is the inflation reduction act in the first place? Well, first of all, it's another one of these misnamed acts. So Democrats come up with names for the acts that really have nothing to do with the content of the act. Build back better, had nothing to do with the actual infrastructure. Inflation reduction has nothing to do with actual inflation reduction. In fact, according to heritage and Matthew Dickerson, who's the director of the federal budget at the heritage foundation, he says after more than a year of expressing his concerns about the inflation of impact, the impact of inflation. Senator Manchin has signed off on a massive tax and spending bill that would only push prices for working families even higher. Biden's $1.9 trillion American rescue plan, a stimulus spending bill in March 2021 was the match that lit the inflationary fire. Well, now they're back for more. The so called inflation reduction act of 2022 only would add to the inflationary pain families are already feeling thanks to hundreds of billions in new government spending and job destroying tax hikes. The legislation's proponents argue that over the next year the bill is higher taxes would offset new spending. And it's true that recent massive federal deficits financed by the Federal Reserve and driven by excessive government spending have resulted in crippling inflation, but the inflation reduction act doubles down on the same bad fiscal policy that has caused inflation in the first place.
Allison Gill on the DOJ, Trump, and Seditious Conspiracy
"Adam Schiff has been as has Liz Cheney been openly. I don't know what the what's the word you'd use impatient, pressuring the Justice Department. I think that's fine though, right? It's fine for them to be outspoken about that. Yeah, I mean, as long as we're not openly bashing or spreading disinformation about the Justice Department, you know, in some large accounts going so far as to say they're in Trump's pocket or, you know, things like that. But yeah, I mean, we do need this. We need it quickly. It's just that this is the biggest investigation in the history of the Justice Department. And that was some language that changed between the last two Merrick Garland statements because he said one of the biggest now he's saying it's the biggest. And I think they have some really great prosecutors. Now Garland running this whole show. It's Matthew graves and his team. And Matthew graves was able to come in after Mike Sherwin, a Trump appointee nearly killed the seditious conspiracy case by talking about it openly, and he was going to be sanctioned, but was resigned before that happened. And he didn't want to execute search warrants on Stewart roads. He was doing his best to sabotage that case. And four Matthew graves to come in and be able to button it up. And to get Merrick Garland to sign off on seditious conspiracy charges, which is like the granddaddy of all charges next to treason. I think kind of shows that they're in it to win it, so to speak. And that they have the gravitas, the intestinal fortitude to charge something like that because I kept telling everyone chill on the seditious conspiracy stuff. It's going to be obstructing an official proceeding probably. But then they came out, swinging. And so I'm excited about that, but it is taking a long time, and I understand the frustration, particularly in the face of what we've had the last 5 years and what barred into the Mueller report. We didn't even get an impeachment out of that because of the spin and the controversy and I guess he didn't have enough pizzazz when he was on TV.
The Latest in Sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster Friday was a busy night at Major League Baseball and no one was busier than the Toronto Blue Jays who kept hitting and scoring is a clobbered Boston 28 to 5 They scored 11 runs in the 5th inning They had 29 hits on the night and not one but two players with 6 RBIs Elsewhere Aaron judge keeps hitting home runs two more Friday night giving him 36 on this season The Yankees beating Baltimore and out in Seattle Houston ended the Mariners win streak at 14 the other ale winners Cleveland Tampa Bay and Oakland Over in the national league you Darvish out dual Max Scherzer as San Diego beat the mets four to one the other NL winners Cincinnati Miami Arizona Milwaukee and the Dodgers Pro football quarterback Deshawn Watson showed up at Cleveland's training camp but neither he nor the browns know if the NFL will suspend him college football the NCAA has charged Tennessee's program with 18 level one alleged violations and in hockey Calgary dealt Matthew kachak to Florida for Jonathan huber dough and Mackenzie Uighur I'm David Shuster AP sports
Panthers get Tkachuk from Flames for Huberdeau, Weegar
"The Panthers in flames of engineered a major trade involving a pair of 100 point scorers The Panthers acquired Matthew chuck and a conditional fourth round pick from the flames for Jonathan Hubert defensive Mackenzie Uighur Panthers prospect Cole schwinn and a lottery protected first round pick in the 2025 draft The deal was finalized after chuck accepted an 8 year contract that runs through the 2030 season Chuck scored a career high 104 points last season on 42 goals and 62 assists Hubert had spent his entire ten year NHL career with Florida and had 30 goals in a league high 85 assists last season I'm Dave
Jan. 6: Trump spurned aides' pleas to call off Capitol mob
"The house January 6 panel has ended its summer of hearings detailing Donald Trump's failures to concede his election loss and to call off capitol rioters Panel member Elaine luria says when Trump returned to the Oval Office after whipping up backers at a rally he was quickly told about the riot Within 15 minutes Yet for 187 minutes luria and Adam kinzinger said the president simply watched the violence on TV He chose not to act Instead White House aide Sarah Matthews who quit on the spot said in a prime time hearing the president poured gas on the fire with a tweet calling vice president Pence a coward for not going along with his false stolen election claims It was essentially him giving the green light to these people The president eventually told backers to go home The next day in a previously unaired outtake of a speech to the nation This election is now over Congress has certified the results I don't want to say the elections over Sagar Meghani Washington
Tucker Carlson: Two Standards, One Corrupt Justice System
"Patient. And the judge through the book at her. Here was Tucker's take on it last night on Fox News channel's Tucker Carlson tonight. The sentencing judge Lambert admitted he wanted to make an example out of the cell's lady woman. Why? Because he was frustrated that the defendant in a separate case made statements they were quote embarrassing to me. That actually happened. And therefore, because he was embarrassed by somebody else, Lambert decides to take it out on this elderly woman. And that's horrible. That's not justice. It's the opposite. And it gets worse. At the same time, this was happening. The U.S. attorney for D.C. at the same point they were sending an elderly cancer patient to jail, this same U.S. attorney's office announced that they were dropping charges against 9 members of Stephen Colbert's production crew. Now, capitol police had caught this group of producers trespassing inside the longworth House office building on the evening of Thursday, June 16th. We brought it to you when it happened. So they were walking around the capitol complex without authorization. Parading, that's a crime. Now, capitol police had warned Colbert's producers that they were restricted area, but they ignored the warning from police. They returned anyway with the help of several members of Congress. That would include Adam Schiff and Jake auchincloss. But the other day, the U.S. attorney for D.C., a Biden appointee called Matthew graves, said that they're allowed to walk with no charges. So here are the new rules. If you're a regime propagandist, you can do whatever you want. You can trespass in the capitol. You won't be charged by Joe Biden's prosecutor. But if you're an elderly cancer patient who votes the wrong way, you go to prison. Those are two standards. One justice system. That's corruption.
Former White House aides to testify at next Jan. 6 hearing
"The house January 6th committee will hold a hearing on Thursday On Norman hall two former White House aides are expected to testify at the committee's prime time hearing according to a person familiar with the committee's plans the focus will be what Donald Trump was doing as his supporters broke into the capitol former deputy national security adviser Matthew pottinger and former press aide Sarah Matthews are scheduled to testify according to the person the two witnesses resigned immediately after the insurrection Lawmakers on the 9 member panel have said the hearing will offer the most compelling evidence yet of what they term trumps dereliction of duty Norman hall Washington
"matthew " Discussed on Sex With Emily
"And the more you build it. The more becomes yours. You know their secret passageways the two of you know about and the stone on the outside becomes weathered in its own unique way and has all the markings the makings of your relationship. That argument you once had that thing you did for each other. The difficult time you got through the stormy weather becomes yours. That to me is a relationship. That's what becomes the one. Is that you build something together over time. The reason so many people were all opening ourselves up to her if we if we try in love lives but the reason people get her beyond what's necessary. The reason they walk into unnecessary suffering is because instead of valuing the castle that building all all will build with someone they value the connection they value the plot of land and the plot of land. Which to me is just connection. You meet someone. We have an amazing. And that's that's what you hear. Isn't it someone's treat me badly and what you hear from someone but we have such an amazing connection. It's like saying we have such an amazing plot of land. I don't care you need a relationship. Needs to builders yes so if some person building and looking at the land and how we're going to build on the land and the other person just like the other person's like having a cup of tea on the side of the road then you don't have a builder and it doesn't matter how great plot of land is is useless to you you have to stop valuing the cost over the connection and that to me is how someone becomes the one because they reveal themselves to be the best builder. You've ever met there working in that makes me. I really don't believe in soul mates or the wand. Just gonna find someone. Like i think you could have many ones and i think there's one person that's waiting for you. I was just loved the story of like you know. I met the one. How did you meet in college. You go so. Let me get this straight out. Seven billion people. The one firstly was an indian or chinese because lot of them. Why how why. And more of us not married to from other countries. Somehow the one seems to be the person act and went to your comedy took your same course and who happened to sit next to you. This is miraculous. Exactly i just. I suppose some people are more. Have more of an affinity with this kind of cosmic order. What about chemistry. Is that the same connection like such great chemistry or we have this great. And do you think you can create that with anyone. Do think it's a slow build that what's your take on it. I think it builds up to a point would his okay. I'm going to add one. Caveat is possible to be on a date with someone and not feel chemistry. Not because they're not attractive but because they are not showing any desire for us. I have been on diets in my life where i began thinking. This president's attractive i ended. The date walked away and felt no sign that this person was into me. There wasn't any desire The didn't i didn't feel like this person gave me any compliment or didn't like there wasn't even an energy from this person and then we get off the date and a day later they say. Hey i'd love to see you again. Like what yeah how. What was i on like. I was convinced this person didn't like me so now we don't have chemistry not because they couldn't be chemistry but because this for whatever reason this person wasn't actually showing desire desire doesn't have to be your so sexy desire could be more subtle than can be a prolonged look. There's lots of ways to show it but but when someone doesn't it's difficult for even potential chemistry to exist if there's two people showing desire for each other and within three dates. You're not feeling any chemistry. I do think it's hard to start from a place of having none. I think you can take some chemistry and build on it. But i think it's hard if you're starting from a place of having zero chemistry. Yeah i think so too unless you go to bed for the first time and it's unbelievable and suddenly there's a physical connection that you're like. Wow this i wouldn't have guessed that you and i had chemistry but when we touched and you'd like the same pressure i like an you fit with me in the way i wanna do things and there's something like that. There's something i hadn't predicted the. But i i think if it's not there at that point then saying that it's one day going to be there is is very very. I got that. I agree with you after the break i matthew what he thinks about sex on the first day don't go away. I've spent years telling you how much.
"matthew " Discussed on The Boxcutter Podcast
"Really have to mulch it because it fills in everything but everything has to compete in so the weaker plants are going to get pushed out. Yeah that's what i don't like. Yeah there are some that you just they just like take over everything and you have to. It's everything that you can do to try and keep. This is kind of how my corn flowers have taken off which i've never heard of somebody having to battle corn flowers. They're beautiful. But i'm telling you it's insane. How much that they're everywhere my yard. Yeah i think it's a good year for those because mine have been really been doing really well as as well okay. So we're talking about this because we started We are on a new series. And it's going to go for quite a long time about the parables of jesus and we started off with a very famous Parable that i think most people recognize. And that's the four soils. Yeah it's the pair of all that's in matthew thirteen which is where jesus introduces us. Parables in the purpose of parables. And so we're kind of going to jump around a little bit in matthew thirteen but this is where there's a turning point in the ministry of jesus. I think it's interesting. Don't you think it's interesting that this is what he chose to do in his ministry. This is the teaching style that he decided to go to At this boy. And what do you think. I think it's because we remember stories. We love a good story. Yes i do at least and you remember if it's a gripping story menu remember tidbits about or even the entire thing. Yeah it's a great way to reveal truth to someone who seeking And so obviously obviously in addition to it being you know these stories being interesting and engaging and intriguing they also have a hidden meaning behind them they have there's a spiritual meaning behind them and so Let me just say for the record. I'm looking right now in english gardens images that is my house. It is it totally. Is i like it though. I liked it. Okay so matthew. Thirteen the disciples come to jesus and ask him. Why do you use parables when you talk to the people. Jesus answered the knowledge about the secrets of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you but not to them okay. Let me stop you a minute was do you think why would they have asked that question. Why do you use parables. I hadn't thought about it until now but wasn't this a standard teaching practice or is this kind of a a thing that jesus introduced in in your research. Did you ever find out. Parables were using the old testament. They were not as much as this. Not as much as jesus that we're aware of right..
"matthew " Discussed on Good Life Project
"Hanging out there. I'm a lifelong new yorker <hes>. Hanging out in crested butte colorado. Right now and <hes>. On monday night there was barely any moon in this guy. Nine thousand feet so there's no clouds and there's a meteor shower and it was on the news so i went outside so midnight. I'm standing out in the middle of nowhere. Like ink black skies that stores are just dripping into the ground and they're shooting stars kenley going across and i've got you in my right ear half reaching half telling stories and just thinking to myself. This is an interesting moment. My go-to places always been nature. It's where i stone and it seems like for you. There's somethin' can magical about the combination of nature in solitude. Also yeah. I like that term issues. It's where i touch stone. You said i like that. I'll steal that but a footnote you <hes>. Yeah for me on just on always can measure. I'm sam in la. I'm in new york. And i'm working. I'm hammered thanks <unk>. On the day to day gallaudet responsibilities. I'm good at doing that. But all of a sudden when i find is go i'll get ahead of time meaning arab six o'clock yet it's four. Twenty two off cheeks will slow down. So if i go click off check out to have my time in nature or be outside. Get back with the rhythm. That's my vertically stacked responsibilities income comeback guys it was fuel embassy to about three fifteen and i look at the mark o'clock. Don't wear a watch the phone as three seven t there we go okay like a minute or two behind actually my favorite spot just a hair like that like that like a great drummer <hes>. Like the like. The drummer was on that <hes>. That that was a these things drivers just on the back side of of the to not not on the front side of the wave just on the back side of the way and then i find that things. All that vertically stacked responsibilities that i'm feeling like accomplishes accomplished knock this down. And i you know start to run on reserve that lays down and becomes lateral in front of me and i can see it all sudden instead of the proverbial weight on the shoulders of that large stack. There's no late on the show because now it's loud in front of me. I can see wanted time. Gotta hop from lily badly. Get just as much or more with a lot less stress after and that's what nature gives me that clock. I think for me yes. No i love that man that really resonates also been thinking. Interestingly we're in this moment in time where the rate of not just speed but acceleration of everything boom boom boom boom boom. It feels like the way that most people are trying to quote keep up with that keep their head above water. Hold on for dear. Life is to accommodate by trying to develop the skill of moving faster right. And it's interesting because for me. What i've been really thinking about lately and kinda see is similar to what you just described is will maybe the better way to handle. This is actually light to cultivate the practices that allow you to slow down time and discern what really matters rather than trying to take it all in and keep up with everything you will the bandwidth we definitely. We would definitely some universally agreed on governor or sifter or or a drain to sift out a lot of needless frequencies or the did the non-constructive frequencies to make room for clear channel for the stuff that matters. That's dog onshore in may be that by process of elimination by process would make room for the things that that that really do matter. That are successful that you can you know have make a living with as well but also <unk>. Feed us may make room for that those bandwidths to to be de bruyne lighter and have more of an auto bahn you know in their transference <hes>. To and from us and when they get us even more of an audubon from art nugget to our heart you know that's another audubon frequency. I mean there's just a much sifted through. I think <unk> matters what doesn't end what's that governor <hes> for society enforces individuals. His oh this actually matched. And i sometimes think that society has gotten to point now where they actually see most of news frequencies that they all that sorta like. I'm taking it too seriously. Maybe like come on man. You don't need to believe that now. They're kind kinda feel excited behind the rag on lincoln to we know it's all soft porn. We gotta get it. We know it's all tmz. I mean this whole even even gleaning big about that with politics. It's up and go. Is everyone kind of get. Get the g. And is that a good thing that things that we had reverence for courtrooms that were never. We were never allowed in political leadership positions. That were by over there in that place on top of that hill that now we like. Oh that we've been in. There would be
"matthew " Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast
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"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"Has Been piece for me. you know I I'm sure. There are thousand different paths to peace, but. I for me. It's always been a major. You know obviously friendships and the rest of it. I think. I think being physical is important I think that's why I work so hard here. you know people? There are people who for whom work is drudgery, and for me it's it's a meditation. I. Mean People are always commenting, so he worked so hard. And you know if you got two hundred eighty two acres. I mean I can knock down I mean I do I. Do all the tree-felling I'm really really good with a chainsaw. do all the felling. Do the bucking the splitting you know I and lumber most of this house or these I think they're seventeen structures here because I'm a I'm in a twelve step program for building addiction. In pretty much, every stick of this thing is I mean. I haven't seen the pictures here. Pretty much every stick with the exception of clobbered. which is you know clobbered got, but this does all studs and the rest of it all the beams. This is all cut here, so so you have. Built pretty much everything out there on your on your land, you've got and every of the studio and being able to match up of motion. With the intellect with the physical is just. It's such an attractive thing to know how much strength comes out of the vulnerability into Nama, strength comes out of the emotion and the sharing in the relationships in also it goes to show in a different route. How powerful the creative spirit is I just so appreciate all your all your sharing on this in in in the vulnerability has been in been just truly magical, but I think also the lesson for me has been that that. There are some things. that. Simply. CanNot and will not be fixed. Bits it's not a matter of fixing its it's..
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"You know I have never served in my life, but you know I'm I'm? I'm pretty athletic, so my brother's got an older brother to younger brother and. You. We went out to the ocean on these body boards and. We! I got just a little too cocky on this. Were you? Were you trying to write? A shore always tried. A little too close to the shore, and I got right I slammed in a force I have never respected before. And again after that I go, I'm done with this I. Just, love so hard I'd go. Yeah. With the ways you're writing or out like three or four lines, you know past the shore. That's for sure But it's it's I. We had a place on the north shore of quite for years right on Hanalei Bay and you know surfing tunnels and cannons, and and Pyramids and Kalihi Wyan Kalia and you know the pier and I mean just. Use like a Disneyland of absurd and one of the amazing things about it was that they were all so incredibly different I. Also true of Megyn in Mexico. There's some amazing stuff going on there, but. Fit I mean literally you've got these? It's like Disneyland Rights. They're all completely different to to the untrained eye. It looks like waves, but you know to the surface like, but you know you give that a shot again and you. You get outside of the shore break you could. You could just have a wonderful time boogie board. It could be absolutely great I mean if you watch some of the stuff checkout Mike Stewart sometime the just do you know body Board Foot Board Mike Stewart I mean this guy. This guy has a bottom turn. This is so powerful that he could drop at the pipeline and blow out the back of the wave I mean get care on the backside of wave going right through the bastards, so yeah, check out! Check out, Mike Stewart. Him I could've used him about six months ago before I. yeah right. Okay But, as as as your therapist I. Boy Tour Brain. Avoid the short break at all class. Some of us. You know more dense less intelligent people like myself have to learn the hard way and then. Literally nine way to head. Like okay, I think I. Understand what what they mean by this now but I. Something came up in my mind when you were talking. And! I really wanted to ask you this because. You know this this amazing life that you've had will. From. From things that you've had to overcome like what what would your advice be to? Specifically people that have had. Have had really traumatic events. things that you've gone through in seen and and just overall in this society that that'll Ziming sight, easy and depression and all these things. What is your advice to people all coming from someone that? Not only has succeeded. That's one thing but a someone that has truly come out the other side of. A deep gratitude and appreciation for life. Even those these other things have happened. God I'm there must be you know any number of paths to that I would say that for me. Part of the reason that I mentioned Yosemite and the rest of it is is the greatness and the power. And and the beauty of of nature I think that that I think that has been an wave being only one part of that. I? The fact that I I spent the day. Gardening my mother's suicide. I've always known that.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"There are so many brilliant singers on writers, and again I've got so many people that are contemporaries. A minute just thought it ended in nineteen. Sixty eight, or what God I but Louis Capacity I mean. You know, but you know that Connie certainly. Yeah Yeah! What was your stuff? I mean there's so much good stuff. I love it. I've got I've got a set of headphones I. I'm I wear when I'm. I would I mean I one thing? About me. Is, I do I love physical work. I, I absolutely adore work. I think that. That has been something that saved my life any number of times the day, my mother. Committed suicide high when up to. And and her merits, house and I weeded I worked in the garden. I. I was. I was given a few options I said no I. Just want to garden I, just you know. And then here, when you see this sculpture, I mean this two hundred eighty two acres, and it's a sculpture, and I'm looking and looking at a place where just this year I built another stonewall, and there are these two beautiful crab apple trees that bloom in the spring and I mean you should see place sometime. I mean looking across the West River valley. To Black Mountain. And I'll take some pictures, and you'll see what I am. Work physical work. I just adore, and this is a never ending supply of physical work, and my my wife is. A farmer I, mean we you know raising chickens and ducks and geese, and and normally chick of a chick duck's keys You Know Turkeys some years anyway, and you know very elaborate garden, and you know so much of our food is from. Our Farm, and and and this is one of the places where I mean in California. I think barter is kind of a cute little thing. It's not it's here. It is a huge part of the economy we barter. Pork beef. really and you know CSA's I would say that I would say that. Safely sixty five percent of all we eat is from similar small farms that. And it's cements community in an amazing way. Ships that have to come out of that have to do remarkable. Absolutely this is this is an amazing place. Windham County Windham County Vermont. The, politics of it, I mean we're the state of Bernie, Sanders sure I mean. Wanted only socialist in history they. Use a friend. He comes to dinner and it was funny as hell sure. But I'M GONNA. Take some pictures and show you this. Do you ever get out this way I? It's just a matter of time. I would be honored just a just a stop..
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"Truth I I I really don't know. We may never know what was going through that doctors mind when he made the decision to not send will ackerman. To the Vietnam War. Lost lost words on that it's. Like you said. Just hearing that for the first time that I thank you for sharing that makes when you talked about your naive belief that it's going to be okay. do. You feel like there's always been sense of protection I am a pardon me for not using the right words but. A sense of hates. Something is. Is Watching over me or with it were within me or Not, yeah, no Dara's from a there are too many too many stories in my life that don't make sense But. I mean that I mean almost to the point of sometimes. I I well here here. This is something I've only started seeing very recently. Up there are times. When I actually fear. That I am in the Matrix that I'm in the goggles. My life. I mean okay yes. I've I've I've had some hurts. But in in. Thing at this point in my life is, I wouldn't change a goddamn thing. Without without I. Mean You know not not done? That I'm in any way hardened to it or anything, but without my mother's. Suicide without I mean there's no impending desert spirit. This is you can't. You can't parse these things. You can't pull this. Little ELM it out like a surgery. We're GONNA. Take this out. We're GONNA. Know this of peace. and. For that reason I mean I'm I'm so blessed. I wish you could see. I'll take some pictures I wish you could? What I'm seeing here and that you know it took me. Three tries in terms of marriage. You know, and frankly I think probably you know. The the the failings of goes would probably mind not not there's. But this is the happiest part of my life. And I think. Looking at. What I guess is still being Neville ability of death Things things are richer than they've ever been the branch of this. Of this. Maple tree native against. This red maple it is just fiery that so Japanese maple right now. This is so beautiful and. I have seen those trees before. And the might have had some appreciation for them, but. Now they bring me to tears. Is Just Just wondrous! In NYC I, I love this parkway. So. You know if that takes us too far away I don't know but I. Yeah there you are..
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"About his open tuning and his musical success. But one thing that I had read in his wikipedia page and I quote his life took a turn when he discovered he had a fondness for carpentry. And it also stated on that Wikipedia page that he was a series of credits short of graduating when he left Stanford to work as an apprentice torn Norwegian builder, I wanted to ask will about this and how he had the courage enough to make this decision. You mentioned your father as well and and. You know I I know a little bit from the literature. Online about your history and I thought it was interesting that knowing that you were I. Don't know I can't remember what said navy five credits away from from actually graduating. You had yeah I mean I I was taking liberties I. I've taken liberties with five, because that would have been my father's chaucer course, which in fact I had it, but. But I i. You know I think that the actual number was probably more on the neighborhood of you know thirty credits or something like that, but. Still in all you know, the story is basically it resonated with me again another where I looked at that, and again it jumped out his respect off. The page is another courageous like this is no this it man, don't you don't think it's courageous. Know stupid really really well well. Look here. It would have been stupid. Had failed Again I I am. I'm obviously not stupid. That's definitely not a word I've ever would've would ever associate with it's. More than the other side has been. I, have been instinctual I. Think for my entire life I have made radical changes i. mean here, Look. My father's headed English department. My my mother, as you may, or may not know committed suicide and I was the one who found her the impending death of the Virgin Spirit is that boy? The the night. Before, he found his mother hanging in the shower. But. I have I have trusted? My instincts to a degree that that borders on sheer recklessness. I mean how you leave. How do you leave? Literally with a few. Credits shy of graduating from Stanford University well, the answer is. Because your father was the head of English, department, and the Ma the woman that my father then married had been headed English Department at Smith and Radcliffe. And it was ordained that I would become an English professor, and somehow rather I had more or less accepted. That is not a terrible option. At some point just as a on the brink. And again. Don't think this is intellectualize. It isn't it's all this deep emotion and it's I. You gotTa Get out of here. You know it's not. Oh, you're just going to end up as an English professor and you wanted to avoid that it. It's it's far more animal. It's just you gotta get Outta here. something. I ran out of words in the spring of my senior year. At Stanford I mean and I could write I could bullshit through any paper in the world..
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"The creative process when I hear, Utah just in you. Being vulnerable, which may be doesn't seem like vulnerability to you. Nor does for other people. Just hearing the vulnerability of saying if you can remove that ego and get to emotion, has the magic happens, and to hear that from someone so successful it's it's such an encouragement point to is. How you've taken. Even even from sleep to Tunings, what seems at the surface as a limitation? it reminds me what George Winston had said to me when he tunes his own harmonicas. It's like you are the same like you're throwing limitations out the window and saint, really like okay, so this is a g, harmonica or whatever it is or This is the five four five. You know there is no reason why can't do a seven one seven four. That's. Two to F sharp. In your mind, it might be simple, but in mind I'm like holy cow that. That's truly challenging a limitation in saying okay. Now you hear it resonate now getting this feeling out I just love all that. You're expressing their and sharing with you how it translates to to myself. It's it's beautiful. The funny thing the funny thing for me is. At some point to look at this list of Tunings, a partial list at that yeah And and actually get to the point where. It, is it it? It's somewhat confrontational. It's like there's nobody else. That's being this lunatic you know. And then you know to to finally have to just sit down and go. What is this about? Yes, you know why. Why if you? WanNa. Have you taken this? You know so far past anyone else and ultimately that revelation happens I. Know you're you're taking the frontal lobes out your? That's not the language you're looking for, and and and if you can be true to your heart in that moment. then. You've achieved what you want to do but I'm you know I'm looking at myself like elaborate?.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"Hello and welcome to another episode of going Solo podcast. This is your host Matthew Mayor. I really appreciate listenership. Going about five years now. But I am so excited to bring you this episode. I would say You were in for a magical treat. As you listen to this episode and I WANNA. Start out with a story. and. This story starts in the summers of the early nineteen sixties. There's young boy surrounded by the Majesty of Yosemite Park. As he works alongside other boys on a trail that stretches from Pete Bali. Around Rogers Lake. This boy is taking in the healing of nature. The connection of something great. It was on this trail where the path this young boy's life would be pointed in a direction that would prove to be not only a saving grace, but one bearing fruits beyond imagine..
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"And also talking about the very few times. He has been nervous. I take an opportunity to thank him for calming my nerves for this interview. Outburst nervous the first time I can do one I called. Eric's doors I hung up the phone at times. What am I gonNA see. There yet he just made. It seemed like I've known for twenty years of Actually I. I have a last and I just hung up the phone out. And that was that thing but I don't do now. I'M GONNA have to do it later. Heard about the Albany WanNa talk to you well skit it up. I. Let it go phone's ringing. Just ringing. I'm not going to hang up. He answers I'm certainly not gonNA hang. And when George Winston called me, I wasn't going to hang up either I was GONNA. I was going to deal with it, and it's just been another dream. Come true of my lucky life as well so. Fat Chase, Booker. You died. Before. Him But I would have I would have passed out. I've no idea what to do here. Yeah, well long. There are no words. Yeah, I just. Unfortunately I never saw you one of those. That's the way for US board. I didn't I didn't ask her all the time. Yeah back when I met him I was saying intermission Seattle at a place as customary venues. What interventions the NS with the maniac is taking a break and saying in Michigan for Vince for all? That was racking Oh. So talkative about it, he said well. That's how I started out saying intermission piano of venues. Fifty three and at that time. Did you ever think you were going to be that much of an integral part of him and what you've done to help him? Carry His music legacy. Through. The generations I mean it's just amazing. I always love his always love to songs. She's peanuts visas the jazz compositions. And every time a new peanut SEAN I Cassette player for Song So. I always knew I was going to play a lot of. Sex Love. I played about sixty up more than a year. Many over many years, something like that to buy his. Record two. Songs and third one John. Come out future some white. I always do I play a soft. Everybody remembers where they were when Kennedy was shot, and they also remember they were were they were the first thing their lives loosing. Yeah, that's exactly right and for the first time. I. In December sixty five, I wasn't playing yet. And of animation so I saw on the TV guide. There's going to be a cartoon of the peanuts characters. Oh I got see. Comics in the comic strip. The mice listen came on. I just went insane. Over that piano. I wasn't even a piano fan fiction. Yeah, not like Oregon. I sent so the next day I went to the record store. Look for Oregon records. Like. And will on the wall Charlie, Brown Christmas so i. Kinda have that song then coast record. What? Oh this is the cast your guy did this. And so, that was the model for me for records and the teacher was that one charlie. Brown Christmas and the doors for doubt Oh like one song with eleven parts. In how you described Linus? Lucy is how I describe Thanksgiving and what that song did for me. It's a beautiful transition. It takes me back to being a twelve year old kids starting to play the piano in eastern. South Dakota your Thanksgiving is. Has taught me so much because not only can I still hear your influences even in a slower song, but you taught me to be patient with a song and let it become what it is. I started out in a small town in I started out in Rakhine pieces and learning how to use my left hand, but I was always rushing. Rushing music always rushing songs. And that is the singular song that I've always gone back to since I touched a piano and. About Alpe Planet. Tomorrow night I play different songs still changed. They don't get played anymore. But. It! was actually a formula that Improv had courts. And then after record came out I, said well, we learn, but he I did. Basically kind of figure out. She wouldn't get here, so it wasn't a complete Improv. Cords set none of the MEL's ones amazing, 'cause another take. It got lost or something like eight minutes or something I it. Interesting how you read stories, you know or Central Offense Jerry? Lewis just record this one song for he went home that became the hit one A. One of those kinds of things records. I remember recording you do. Two takes I think something now. Functioning on the longer one talks do again. Shorter ones better anyway. I wander uses some of those phrases and then different phrases in there now definitely go sing song. Sounds don't change. They offer list. Keep kind of. Shift a bit. You know it can be suddenly settled she. Got You know a new thing here and there soften well, not controlling that either to say I wanNA keep playing song. Yeah, just shift happens. thousand may play it for a while, but. Not Real Long, even though revenge Eric, dorch would never play the light fire. Total factors like that I always played only exactly like that. You'd such a different perspective for every player and every? That's really the bottom line and there's no right or wrong. Just help. Who is this person solicited. Who are they as a player ever record collection different things. And as our conversation comes to a close, I have one more opportunity to thank. The man was not only inspired me personally. But it's inspired millions of others worldwide as you said, you would be loss for words talking to James Booker. I'm usually not lost for words but. Thank you for giving everything you can to these songs. Thank you so much for what you've given not only as a musician, but as a human being, it's been. Absolute true honor to talk to you today George. Thanks for the kind words talk a few to and I even gave you. I gave you an hour. and. Give you the up the hour. And a harmonica gave me some harmonic. So, that'd be Monica piece at the show a couple of guitar. Perfect most likely come out into the by the stage tomorrow after the show. At route. Thanks again. George and thanks thank you. Yeah, this was.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"Playing the her. I wanted to ask you. as you go through all these shows and through the years. What's? What do you want that audience to take away from an experience with George Winston well wherever you just leave that up to the individual. WHO's each? Each individual is completely different. Relationship was honked music. I when I go, see something I'm a student out, even claps. I'm taking notes. You know. People think I'm the least appreciate appreciative on it, and probably the most recent while so. Somebody could go. He's not into it at all I'm busy, you know. I never city by your body I. Know I you know. This studying here, so so I just each person. Really asked their own process pictures tastes. Just to play the songs well as I can and. Everything's good as With what I got at the time. There's nothing else that present moment. There's no. There's no show that's all it is. One. As the cats that they can't see the back go, there's nothing there's no show. Song. Likes never change. Nothing ever changes Sin Song's and that's kind of an arena of limitations like longs to now people use all kind of multimedia. That's their art. Finest. Song has to. And nothing else. Not sure not anything. But other people wardrobe will be part of the show. That's just legitimate. Artistic frame set setting. I tell on just like liberace. Exactly what I want and it's nothing. Had Different. Decorations stuff I'm the same way. Decorations there's no decoration, but it's no not one just not better than the others just Wardi. Who Are you? What are you trying to express? Did you ever fight against that creatively? Did you ever did you did that? Ever become a challenge of saying hey. I'm more of a simpleton from that perspective. Did it ever make you want to add more? Or how was it? You were so confident in that art form in which you were a solo artist laptops much confidence as it is just, that's what it is to me. Remember I. Find Oregon Advance My. Take stand up. Back and forth. Claims Song Good, and there's there isn't anything. It everything else would be a distraction. I couldn't talk to somebody play. I'm not a singer met. I couldn't sing and play. I can't look at the audience and play. I can't do anything play and that don't want to are something. Anything that distracts music. He's out of there I. don't care what it is. It's out of their. Loan! Covering.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"Knew I'd be. Fooling myself, you know but. Just try to eight or check that in. Getting yourself back basketball game. Like if you'll have a static, that's the worst. Oh! Better I want to kill. We'll be better so I WANNA kill my own. It's bad the best games when I loved by. Just like you think Sandlot against your? Fan Not game. Yes and he don't cheat cut corners. You know if you follow them. They know you know wall when I love the opponents. That's absolutely the best nick. Shot Michael Nice shots. You never. GonNa take that one again. That's one of the best games. I'll love that. Next next best games were hated my. The worst games just apathetic about the whole thing and they have the detachment. Just total. Imbalance Something's blocking something. But you know. you go out and go through the motions. Were you care enough to not quit and you through the motions? But even if you quit, discuss well I better get the keyboard I didn't quit but I started after the season was over at senior senior year. Learning one of the best, I never really thought about active learning jealous with at, she chased this ball, l.. I threw it yeah. So one day I decided. That was full of water I threw it in the. She jumped in after it. And she told herself. She turned around and it air hold self. Fire pause by the. And jump down on. Her. Rear feet a little bit wet. So the next couple of days later. Empty Tooth Mall at Charan up to the top. Dog stood up. And then ran after. I get everything. Everything's from cats, and you have a couple of cats correct. You've I'm not with any non not. Been Close to twenty. Two of them over the decades is that we're dancing cat. Everything from yeah. I had a cat stood up. Get his head scratch. Logo. Logo? Wouldn't have the logo I wouldn't have. Old. Abbott. Cats. Extremely excited like a little kid. And it seems like you carry that that kid part of you. So when I talked about getting nervous. What would have been your advice to me? Of how I was nervous before this interview and talking to somebody that I've looked up to all my life. George soon as you can't. Goes. Long. WAIT WORST IS GOING TO BE A. If you do sooner by the time you would've gone. You're done. Shoot as possible something you don't WanNa. Do not do it. You're GONNA do it. You know you're going. You don't do it now. You're going to do it, thank. You can't always do it sooner the better. Talking with you is something I've always wanted to do in my life and so I was very nervous. You've made this I wanted to say I wish I had a sustain pedal because I think You've been an influence on how I love that. Sustain pedal number one. Yeah the way the piano ringed out is one of the reasons I not just one. Thing but right stain I like better than order strings or anything. And now that's stained was the. Other reason I play piano, and in addition to that I wanted to let you know that I'm not wearing shoes on just wearing socks on this interview. If you have attended a George Winston concert in person, then you know exactly what I meant. When I told him I was not wearing shoes for the interview. But, for those of you that haven't let me quote George Winston's Wikipedia page. Quote Winston Tresses. UNASSUMING, assumingly for his shows playing in stocking feet. Stating. That equates his heart beating pounding left foot. And for years. Winston would. Walk out on stage. And just a flannel, shirt and jeans. Some of the audience with think, he was a technician coming to actually tune the piano, but no. That was George Winston. And as we hear from him later in the interview, this is all a part of his art. This is a part of his music. This is part of WHO Georgia's. Hanno. Dicker Folk, the ATO melodic. I'll Came up with that and then seventy one is a compliment temple stuff fats waller. Wanted. Now as well. I notice aid. Like out of this you. Know over time years years later. There's just this one thing you know how. Songs need these other sounds. I found three other settings. Harpsichord played really played Arc's core. I think they've got settings kind of mutating setting travel, setting or something so. Other settings and the piano. One is to new strings one hand play with the other. Strings coast you, the other is you pluck tap on strings. That's another setting and that start setting his. Wage hope can let me in the strings. Wait inside her ix. Like guitarist. Yeah overuse I found the settings because I didn't do it linearly did it because the songs need it? Didn't need something I don't know. It's kind of like I think if you really need something conscious of finding like. You've never not found. You need it ever right. Never phone downstairs. Grocery bags always make it to the table. So it's like if you if Asong needs something. And you want it. You'll find it. There's there's not a technique three you want it. It's just kind of get one or two. Oh, I mean I don't think. This disciplined for saying. How do I? How do I? Try To what things, yes? You could say what disciplines have healthy want. What what? My Watch. It doesn't mean that it's good if I watch something either. One hundred miles an hour right now, right? That doesn't need it. Say while.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"This thing. So it's a great thing, it's just. Talking any be learning how to use it going to use A. Bicycle. WHOA, should question. Along those of that sub-conscious in I love how you let that sub-conscious come to life, you pay attention to it in to your point about it being so busy life being so busy it's it's like we try to. Push that subconscious out of us so many times, and not letting just things naturally happen. I think that. would be an. Emotion if it's a real thing, instead of mine chat like you mind chatter I, go I. Think it's going to work here this temple. That's mine chatter. LINEAR, and maybe it will even, but it's like oh! Touch me half speed. It's like feeling and emotion a happiness like Oh yeah. And then might still. Not Work but then something will come from that like. Oh, no, but other song asked speech. You might not be able to receive the information about not understand information so might give me a hit to get to it. like. Dealer symbolism. Yourself, you know consciously but. I don't look logos or Sure pay issues this, I. Listen this I. Mean Some people are that artistically? I'm not alone, but it could be. The subconscious could also say the answers to play. Touch me slow. The answer could be that I'm slow dancing with somebody and touching them. What's that about? And then later on I go oh, touch me, you know I. Don't have that happen that much, but I think it could happen that way to sort of hints like somehow I've just not capable consciously of receiving incorrect information, so it's GonNa. Throw me something that'll get me toward. Old Game. You're hot. You're caller. You're out of your colder. Yes, you're trying to find something you know. You're getting warmer. You're getting warmer. I. Don't think I've ever had that happen that. Everybody's different right right? Some people symbols would give him the answer to me. Assemble wouldn't mean anything. Yet right. You got play the song slow. You know which of course is symbolic, too? Because the word, play the song, slow or symbols for? The word plays a symbol per concept, or whether you say it right is a symbol for something. Car is a car simple for thing I'm driving so and that's. A symbol that's direct word as far as an indirect. himbal I wouldn't know what to do that. I don't think Oh. Maybe I would better now talk about it. Everybody's got different approaches and a little bit attachment. Don't get to play this album this the album. So! What yes, vice! You know Vice GonNa care. You say. Well get over. I love that. Little bit of that is good I try to use that Maga. In the middle of the night Christmas Eve and Brassica Oh. Boy, Semper! My first thought was some day. This just another funny store. And I was thirty seven degrees, no snow, sleet or winder slow. That's the second thing I. Use I go. No matter how bad it is can be so much worse. Like. Triple as probably one hundred miles. I mean not that I needed it. Stare. Known. Nagaraj Sixteen off now or all the rest of the way to Salt Lake again Tyre, but you know could have had to tires below you know. If, that's two things just another funny story so far. Everything's ever to me. It has been that. Have, you know forcibly. Many traumas that hasn't been able to cheer on China. But it always has been a funny story. Just whatever it is, it's like there's something learn from to like. Everybody's got car accident. Benders always learn from them how to not get into the next to out to less lesson that probability later disaster. Well. You're stopping. Give space for the car. You Stop, you know. Full cost to the car and trying to you to give some back you. Right even though it's their falls. If you can't open the trunk, it doesn't matter. WHO's Polish off your trump? Well it's. It's using those I love how you said that because it's using everything that you experience as a learning experience, and for to benefit you later whether it's a flat tire that turns into a funny story. Or not being able to open a trunk. It's still putting that in perspective, and just you just fit all these things together so well said in A. Bigger picture that car for year all the time warn. More, than I knew that were. Either get a new rental every six months or three to. Six months so I I got by. I learned the lesson easy way of that one, so it could have been zero could have been Nebraska weather. Matching I always have a full tank of gas. And with guest on the tanking. Over I. Know wanted to Georgia Winston the cushion. Ever getting. Of the many years. You've gone out on that stage. Do. You still get nervous when you play. Only a dish composer, one of the songs in the audience Oh. And I probably wouldn't anymore. Because the two times I was nervous turned out. They couldn't make it. I was nervous for that so little bit of. Just a tiny grain of car i. here's how really just a tiny bit of. Detachment as usual. Just. The tiniest. Of Eric's. Here's how it really does. You compose. That's technique of abuse. Even though I.
"matthew " Discussed on Going Solo with Matthew Mayer
"In his music. How how's it basketball player and I had to be. At the end of the game. I don't know much about his own and only gone into the zone musically maybe two or three times ever but. I have two free throws. The game would go into a trance and I wouldn't even know what I was doing and I'd make them. Wow, in fact, one was get the next round in the state tournament. Posing Schools Jim down by one and. Two free throws one second one second left of course. Everybody in the gym is yelling if this on. That walls Z. to a trance. Didn't even look at the basket. Is it just I just made them amazing and other times in basketball. Somebody told me the ball I. Just throw it up in the air to go in. And what even seeking what even look at Basque? That's kind of disown temporarily, and then there's a couple of games where maybe three games right? Just you know became Michael Jordan, no. But very very rarely, and music can take a true three times where you just go into this zone, the subconscious eight and just do. Sometimes. You don't even know you're in it like recording riders on the storm can after recorded it. For the doors I m the denouncing to help and. Come on the and listen. Y. There's nothing there I didn't feel the things nothing there. He played packages that when I did, I don't. Actually. It's not perfect, but we have to keep it because I'll never even play it anywhere. Here similar to that ever again and I, don't to this day. I haven't even heard it as day you know I mean Gosh listen to it sets. But I never. This is like a great anomaly. Then I'll never. Couldn't you know if I? Thought it twenty years. I wouldn't play that way so I just walked out so that we know of zone out, just kind of four. Kind of not fired. And other times in the studio in very inspired hot. Too much stuff to. That's no good at all, so it's recordings pretty large. Awhile. I'll. Go to not listen to a few days later, maybe listening few weeks later right even years later well I, never realized your pass was sports. Has that been any influence in your music as well being that athleticism and that competitiveness? Has that played a part in your music over the? Well about the practice. Practice practice basketball fact free throws factor, jump shots. Defensive moves music on the piano different. Striped Bass. Acting, certain right and licks. This different approaches within the. Keyboard kind of a basketball court. This is what you do with this. Yes, and. There's various disciplines within that. Fortunately, it's great. It's not basketball. I'm playing the West mess me up. What a relief! So attack athletics made music easier 'cause nobody's trying to to stop me so and then the you know whatever muscles gotta be shaped. Yours risks. You know. It definitely definitely helped, and then the kind of concept of teamwork, well right teamwork just like well. Who Am I playing for? And what within a song that I really actively playing? WanNa play at this particular audience I plan for. Your Senior Center it might be Tennessee Walsum Guitar Right No. It's a concert. Might ex give similar record? Taken account who I'm playing for. It's. Still, doing my thing because it's still thank songs I, really WANNA play. It's just there's no way in this particular. Have to say all right. What's the ones don't WanNa play at this situation now. The panel concerts have got some show winter. Show I'll be doing the winter show time. Which is what regard is all inter tax? Yes and then the next time someone show. Spring and summertime song they. Sets change over time and there's alternate songs that keep track what I ask when I played last time. The bottom line is what do I want to do right now? being in the present moment. So like we all do with any we plan for the future right, but then we deal with things. Is at the same time, so the planning is part of it that? What you do canes always Martin to. I know s George. His advice would be to not only other piano players, but creative people in general. And it's here where we start to get into the conversation of the subconscious in the importance of listening to that subconscious. If you had a room safe filled with composers and particularly solo artists, and if you could just give like. One Nugget of advice for any creative person right not necessarily just sold piano, but Authors writers producers, and if they could hear you, know George, Winston give him one piece of advice. What what would that be? What viewers music I'd say if nothing else learned the twelve minor Colbert's. If it's in general, I'd say subconscious. Pre. Intel's throwing gets pretty smart. He'll. Listen to it. Got This A. Longer view, he said. Well I! Think it was a song I dream. especially well. Let me try that lead. HOW CLOSE MICE! Kate sometimes start thinking of things to do in a song. That approaches no, not exactly being sleep, but you know laying down, yeah. Whatever that whatever come you know, maybe the linear. A lot of times right answer will pop out. I find. Don't want you. You don't WanNa want it too much. Enough to lay down dream on it. You want so much to say ten seconds. Occasionally. You could or something like that just to nothing's happening. Fifteen seconds. Give me the answer. The answer might be. Toothbrush you okay, that's not the answer. cobwebs out of the old. I got something. I. Don't think I've ever had that work, but I need to. The car keys tense expert. If my help you find him in five minutes might have help unclog conscious of conscious 'cause a sub-conscious. hard-driving computer, the conscious screen and can deal with one or two things. And what you do is you make those one or two things one thing that can drive a car. You got the clutch the gas steering wheel, right? It becomes one thing, but you're starting out. Well the piano when I. Left hand first then add a simple right. So. You gotta get. Whether it's stride or Boogie Woogie or change. Booker style left hat. Two things. At least. Later comes one day. Oh, okay? I'm just GONNA play. Dixie I don't think about. The base of the cord left hand. Job Becomes one thing later, but it is two or three things. I think it's kind of like juggling. Temporarily not paying attention to. Get the right in the detention back on it real quick I. think that's kind of automatic driving you right? You got a clutch you in the beginning you deal.