17 Burst results for "Max Roach"
"max roach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It'll be me what tonight is our turn and it's just not me hi it's my whole team and the whole staff they're on board with this I mean we're understanding of where we're behind this idea of music being on the front lines for equality and justice in that it can help us to see one another differently and more clearly and so we're all on the string today not a slow basketball term but you know we're all we're all together on this and using music as a way to up looked up a larger community here in New York and around the country it's really wonderfully said Terence you brought some of that music with you today let's hear a little bit of it we I I know that the part of the idea here is to sort of here's the music that of Juneteenth that transcends what we may consider traditional classical music as you were talking about one of the the pieces I think we'll hear is freedom day by Max Roach yes I think let's let's let's listen to a little bit of that now okay all right this they were very Ryan we Abby.
"max roach" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Earlier in the show we met Randall. Munroe he's a physics expecting but he now. Mainly writes illustrates a really popular web comic. It's called what yes and the way it works every week. People write in questions for Randall Randall. To answer in the form of a comic so for example. What if you were playing baseball right and you were the better? What would happen? If the pitcher through the baseball impossibly fast like ninety percent the speed of light. Here's Randall's answer. So I did some calculations on the Ted Stage which normally when an object flies through the air the air will flow around the object but in this case the ball going so fast that the air molecules wouldn't have time to move out of the way the ball would smash into and through them and the collisions with these air molecules would knock away the nitrogen carbon and hydrogen from the ball fragmenting it off into tiny particles goals triggering waves of thermonuclear fusion in the air around it this would result in a flood of x rays that would spread out in a bubble along with exotic particles Senate on the pitcher's mound now at this point about thirty nanoseconds in the home plate is far enough away that late has the time to reach it which means the batter still sees the pitcher about to throw and has no idea that anything is wrong now now after seventy seconds the ball reach home plate or at least the cloud of expanding plasma that used to be the ball and it will engulfed the bad and the batter and the plate and the catcher and the empire and start disintegrating them all followed by a blast wave spreading out shredding trees and houses as it moves away from the stadium and then eventually actually a mushroom cloud rising over the ruined city so the major league baseball rules are a little bit hazy but under under rule six point zero two and five point Oh nine I think that in this situation the better would be considered hit by pitch and it would be eligible to take first base if it still existed. This is the kind of question Randall answers every week peak in his web comic. What if questions like? How fast could you visit all fifty states? or how long would a staircase to space take to climb or what would happen if all the rain and a thunderstorm dropped at once in the form of a single raindrop short answer there. Nothing good in the case of the raindrop. That's this big and falling this fast when the bottom hits there's so much more water coming and it's coming so quickly that there isn't enough time for the first part of the splash to get out of the way before the next part of the raindrop already there and this this causes a thin jet to shoot outward along the ground away from the point of contact and In sort of in all directions you'll get these jets that's of water moving at you know Much higher than the speed of sound. Yeah you would wanNA watch this from a from a safe distance away like from Yeah make sure to have a mountaintop and even if you've got a mountain between you and the raindrop you WanNa make sure you are not downstream of that raindrop How do you think how do you think you approach something unknown differently than other people do well I? I have always had a little bit of trouble. Managing my Time and just clicking random wikipedia links or reading random papers and then before I know it I spent like three hours trying to solve a question that I'm not even GonNa read an article about and I I once drew a comic about how you could use this maliciously this tendency. Science people have where I had a comic about someone who sat outside an engineering in building by the side of the road and when the physics professor was halfway across the road they would hold up a sign with an interesting problem on it and this would stop immediately to like start thinking about. Okay how do I saw this. Take the square root of and then when they buy a car and and so they invented this sport That I called nerd sniping but part of what I did with deal with what is that. I'm I'm nerd sniping myself. I'm getting all these questions sent to me. Then I will have no choice but to try to answer a a couple of years ago when he got the following question. Say All the world's known data were stored on punched cards. You know those paper cards with holes that used to be fed into computers are card punch translates words and numbers into the same information in the form of holes in cards a typist with very little extra training. Operate the Card Punch anyway. The question was if we still store data that way. How much physical space would google Google need to store? All the data that Google has Google of course wasn't gonNA tell Randall. How much data they do have so randall came up with an answer? He thought was plausible. I came up with my estimate which I felt pretty good about that was about about ten exa bytes of data across all of Google's operations and and and another maybe five x bites or so of offline storage in tape drives which it turns out. Google is about the world's largest consumer of so I came up with this estimate and this this is a staggering amount of data. It's quite a bit more than any other organization in the world has as far as we know. There's there's a couple of other contenders especially everyone always thinks of the. NSA adding all of this up. I came up with the other thing that we can answer. which is how many punchcards would this take? And and so a punch card can hold about eighty characters and you can fit about two thousand or so cards into a box and you put them and say my Whom region of New England it would cover the entire region up to a depth of a little less than five kilometers which is about three times deeper than the glacier? There is during the last Ice Age about twenty thousand years ago so this is this is impractical. But I didn't expect to get an answer from Google because of course they've been so secretive they didn't answer any questions and so I just put it up and said well I guess we'll never know but then a little while later I got a message a couple of weeks later from Google saying hey someone here has an envelope for you so I go and get it. Open it up and it's punchcards. Google branded punch cards cards and on these punch cards. They're a bunch of holes. I said thank you thank you okay. So what's on here. So I got some software and star reading it and scan them and it turns out. It's a puzzle. There is a bunch of code and I had friends to help and we cracked the code and inside that is another code and then there's some equations and then we solve those equations and then finally and out pops a message from Google. which is their official answer to my article and it said no comment so and I love calculating these kinds of things and it's not not that I love doing the math? I do a lot of math but I don't really like math for its own sake What I love is the? Let's take some things that you know and just by doing being these moving symbols around on a piece of paper find out something you. You didn't know that it's very surprising. And I have a lot of stupid questions and I love that. Math gives the power to answer them sometimes and sometimes not. This is a question. I got from reader an anonymous reader and the subject trek line just said urgent and this was the entire email if people had wheels and could fly. How would we differentiate them from airplanes? Urgent and I think there are some questions that math just cannot answer. Thank you the Monroe. His talk is Ted Dot Com and its web comic is X. K.. CD DOT com back on the show. Today we're solving for x numbers shape. The world's next up how one equation might help you find true love. Don't we at t plus one one eight whose little w plus W W T class. I H M brackets. Hd but this only maximizes. Your chances dances of finding the Pathak. Pacify it doesn't guarantee it. I'm Gyros and this is the Ted Radio hour from NPR. Everyone just two quick. Thanks thanks to one of our sponsors who helps make this podcast possible salesforce. Have you ever wanted to know what salesforce does salesforce is a customer relationship management solution. 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About how math and rhythm intersect. Yeah it seems you know from the surface if you said you know math. The music that I'll we'll that wouldn't swing or groove. Yeah math is not groovy your swing a you know when I listened to other musicians sick man. He really sounds good when he does that. And now I can listen to Phil Collins Max Roach. I can listen to Tony Williams. These are all drummers famous. Drummer Elvin Jones All these in each of their styles of playing they're gonNA play different threes threes absolutely You know like the Classic Classic Rock beat Iraq failed to do to ban. So that's a group of three. That Phil wanted people not people through the well Max Roach father of bebop drumming along with another drummer by the name of Kenny Clarke. They introduced syncopation into the music. Like it never had been used before in so max used to do these this thing where he would between his his left hand and his Bass Ace trauma and assemble. 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"max roach" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"It's not the words as the sound if I could replace your sound with a computer, would you want your mama, ever, computer as voice? No. So it's like once we took the creativity away from from the sound of drums and made it only be functional for dance beat. Took the dynamism out of about making a be a machine and started looping at the drums. I astronauts, man, you that drum here so much memory and consciousness in richness in dramas was kings. You know, max Roach Elvin Jones, buddy rich are Blakey. This goes on and on of all races drama as a king just the sound on the drums the power of a drum, the balance of drums are drums. That's that's the African retention now. You took that out of the culture. That's worse than that's like being imprisoned. Because now where you had the freedom of drummer in the consciousness of drummer in the power of a drummer majesty of drums now, you have a machine and. To know. So little about music that you don't know that that's a problem is educational crop. That's a problem. And then what about swing? That's another thing that you you you you talk about a lot that the the you're always fighting for swing and swing place in jazz swing mobile environment at the bottom when the bottom stops moving. Like, this is not swing and this is a static bottom. Boom. Boom, boom, boom, boom BB dome. Boom, boom. That base is gonna just do that. You look at his party just this. Now, I don't have to write any more music. Just copies copies copy. He's covered. This whole piece. He's gonna play the same base part over and over again. So now you start to you start to. There's no freedom in the bass and the drums as a machine. Okay. There's your to most is is important in your in your music is in your coach have your most. You're you're your most back background position. Be the freest. You want your background position to have to do all kinda slave work in everybody else's free that constricts everything. So it's swing is a mobile environment on the bottom. The bottom is moving. It allows you to create a steady stream of ideas. Once the bottom becomes static is more difficult to create ideas on the top. And I don't know if I'm expressing clearly enough, but physical law as a fact of nature's just is what it is. Once you once you constrict the thing that is your foundation. You don't you? Don't have the same type of attitude and swing is is when the bottom moves on. Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom boom boom being bone Bieber. Don't being makes you a gives you an environment which encourages you to create new ideas. All the time was the bottom income poem about feels good Bloomberg dean veto on bone. But don't. That I get to babe tune bone that now would you play has got to be bap. You have to play it in that context. Got it. I think actually got it what it is. But you don't want something as a product. You don't need this base. I don't like tight cast somebody man. I don't care. What you did you commit a crime in his movie? This is what we what we gotta blow something up in the first scene. That's just what we do. Not know we had to kill them. When we when we opened his movie there. Somebody's got to die in the first minute. We won't want people to watch it you get constricted by choice..
"max roach" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Beware of his this heart is cunningham playing the part of shirley bassey onto goldfinger shirley also sang diamonds are forever i think some other bond themes and then also you have to check out her performance on some big spender another thing i found on a voyage down the spotify hole so when i said it was the king's birthday this week our drummer ted poor thought i was talking about max roach and low he's right there's never been a better drummer teddy you've learned to max roach solo note for note to celebrate the occasion of his birth what you got we'll go back to nineteen fifty six this is woody new written by dizzy gillespie nice max roach drums solo from notes when that happens zac della rocca sack della rocca that name ring a bell for any of you i was a naive twenty year old child of acoustic music when i first heard sex music my my band nickel creek was we were on our first our first record promotion tour going up and down the west coast playing coffee shops and things like that we were in santa cruz the day that i i wandered into a record store and i saw i saw the original rage against the machine record and i picked it up because people have been telling me about this then you're gonna check outrageous machine again naive twenty year old child if acoustic music i took it back to this little cabin we were staying in outside of santa cruz and late one night my little disc man you remember those biggest dinosaurs with my disc man this cd into it and and this is what i heard one boy tracks my thoughts with the exactly bomb track.
"max roach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Early in his career the jazz composer and basis charles mingas played on a live album actually called the greatest jazz concert ever along with charlie parker is less p bud powell and max roach but around the time that came out mingas was also working on another remarkable work in a different medium remarkable even groundbreaking but little noon jody avirgan explains we know this masterpiece exists because of a photograph charles mingas likely took it himself sometime in nineteen fifty three or early fifty four it's a photo of his cat there it is jet black with a white belly and chin and he's perched on the side of a toilet bowl he's got his tail in the air and look of content concentration on his face it's a look that's best described as the kind of look a cat would have when taking a dump into charles mingas toilet the photos on the cover of a small pamphlet which you could order directly from him by mail called the charles mingka's catalog for toilet training step one you must train your cat to use a homemade cardboard litterbox start moving the box towards the bathroom do it gradually you got to get in thanking then he put the box on top of the toilet mingas gets extremely detailed cut a small hole in the very center of his box less than an apple about the size of a plum right away he will start aiming for the whole he goes on and on like this and after a week or two you will realize that you have won the most difficult part is oh mingas concludes with some crucial advice the main thing to remember is not to rush or confusing good luck charles fifty four yeah in two thousand fourteen in a two bedroom apartment in crown heights brooklyn were putting the mingas method to the test who is this is dizzy does he's a five and a half month old kitten we're going to train this cat to use the toilet licking the microphone dizzy is that perfect mix of trusting and playful and super cute and his owners kevin and nicole are going above and beyond we haven't playing a lot of charles mingas forum i asked mingas biographer gene santoro about that what song would he play for the cat you know to get him in the move if you put on something like better get it in your soul the.
"max roach" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"All right we're back the duffy's are not over yet we have four more categories ago we have good guy bad guy we have coach of the year we have player of the year sorry cow guy no cal that was a sixteen cd loser category kala guy we gave his man bonn shoutout in memoriam we yeah we we told we've yeah so unfortunately unfortunately lyles wins this battle i will not give duffy to yeah yeah so moving on good guy the nominees are toby smith who was the coach at memphis and then got basically pushed out of memphis because like penny said it's a hardaway to stand emphasis and he took his job he basically decided to form a mutiny in a coup amongst all of the recruits in memphis and said that you are not going to play at memphis unless i am the head coach tubby smith was unable to handle this and he was one of the most impressive things i've ever seen everybody from the outside of memphis is like this kind of seems like bullshit and everyone in memphis you don't get it you're not from here penny is going to save us toby's got to go and it's like you just kind of like formed a coup there is that is that how you want your next coach takeover is that they're like yes yes it is exactly what we want to be very good guy handled it graciously tweeted something like yeah thank you to memphis and as you pointed out got another job at highpoints congratulations to high point university's the high point of his life of course next nominee is george's own mark fox a man that is somehow state georgia basketball for for longer than max roach no matter what ha what hit georgia.
"max roach" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"Very good really elevates there is a good meeting so you've taken on the subjects that you've talked about some which are things that came to you whether it's august will sooner or or john ford what are the things that you'd like to be doing now as i was telling you in the green room i'm driving to give a film off the ground about wonderful jazz percussionist drummer max roach i've been regrowth law and i had some law the foods of him about twenty years ago which i really so the first stuff i directed i didn't like watching it with another filmmakers persuaded me to go back into the interior and now which i and the gis ratcheted up to get some money to get some funding the shoot it get the family onboard help us with the archives so that's a film that's close to my heart i really wanna do you big jazz fan i'm a big big jazz fan and i spent a lot of thailand macs in the nineties so's it's been really new merely gave me to do something like that i wanna thank sam highcollared for joining me a tiff dot conference his latest film sammy davis jr i gotta be me is now plane at film festivals and coming to america masters in the fall thanks to our teen tiff dot conference producer the road a lack pure nonfiction series producer sarah modo sound mixer tom mica and web designer cross strategy are theme music is composed by andrei williams and our executive producer is rafael innate housing i'm tom powers you can follow me on twitter at t h o m powers pure nonfiction is distributed by the tiph podcast network you can read our show notes learn about live events and sign up for our newsletter at pure nonfiction dot net.
"max roach" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Gold themes he's the man and the man was among those touch a spyders gene don't go g but i stand this guy as much it's the case okay me style two a few rare all this this is ooh ms madison cunningham during the part of shirley bassey from the views on two gold through suri also sang at diamonds are forever i think some other upon deems and then also you have to check out her performance on sungchol big spender another thing i found on of which dumb spotify hole so when i said it was the king's birthday this week are drummer ted poor thought i was talking about max roach and low he's right there's never been a better drummer teddy you learn to match roach so low note for note to celebrate the occasion of his birth what you've got has we'll go back to nineteen fifty six this is would he knew written by dizzy gillespie nice but oh from oh the.
"max roach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ms madison cunningham whom the part of shirley bassey and means onto gold vendors yuri also sang at diamonds are forever i think some other bonn themes and then also you have to check out her performance on sungchol big spender another thing i found on of which deng spotify whole so when i said it was the king's birthday this week are drummer ted poor thought i was talking about max roach and low he's right there's never been a better drummer teddy you've learn max roach so low note for no to celebrate the occasion of his birth what got has we'll go back to nineteen fifty six this is would he knew written by dizzy gillespie nice the poll one from the no but absolutely no two but.
"max roach" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You remember clayton cameron right hello hello hello clayton bigtime jazz drummer popping in and out of the show today to explain ideas from this has talked about how math and rhythm in effect via it seems the note from the surface if he said you know math and music that all well that wouldn't swing or brew laura math is an act your swing you yeah or you know when i listen to other musicians iq he really sounds good when he does that you'll get is there now i can listen to phil collins max roach i can listen to tony williams these are all drummers yet amos drummers yeldham jones all these in each of their styles of playing they're gonna play different threes breeze absolutely you know like the classic rocked the iraq failed tuesday to two deductible may so that's a group of three that feel what would be one one one bomb well max roach father of b by drumming along with another drummer by the name of kenny clark they introducing capitulation into the music like it never had been used before and so max use to do this this thing where he would between his his left hand and his based rahman assemble if gold due to that deducted africa did that productively deputy up and so what you're hearing as onetwothree onetwothree onetwothree onetwothree what could be more he threw through two two two two n d d d d d after another he doesn't die you know in the moved avenue the body lay the do about but as development aid so all those things at the grouping's a three is three is like a magic number like i don't know what the explanation is reaches feels great clinton cameron he'll be back later this episode we're solving 4 x ideas about math or as our friends in the.
"max roach" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"I heard this guy disagree less pre playing things that uh uh weren't supposed to be played on the trumpet and i tried like hell to play and and you you ran across max roach is is and i know your son is named i magnate inspired by that i it was it exactly on that's a funny little story but uh charlie parker who was then the damage god may still be um was playing at a place called the argyle lounge in uh the uptown neighborhood of chicago and uh took a break and uh went to the washroom and uh i follow them to the washroom course i had to do it but it also be nearer him and killing two birds with winston right mad max roach played a tremendous solo waiting for her to come back out of the wash icy an uh he's a drummer we should point out for those who want to jazz societies is a master jazz drummond right and avert looked at me when uh uh didn't know me from adam but the first word he said to me was max um that's stuck with that with you i thought max was going to be good name for my kid because there was also a family name but he was really named after max roach we told some of the family he was named after some grandparents that you went to you went to europe into france guess who to to play music no actually by that time i had uh in the uh uh uh early 50s i had a uh um a bicycle accident that smashed up my lip.
"max roach" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Those coco is acquitted in 1945 with my guest max roach on drums and miles davis on trump trumpet charlie parker on outta saxophone uh does it bring back memories for you listen i cinema it does in the tally pocket that time as well as dizzy the music was very very fresh in i guess you would the equated with twitter we hear today from people like me brexit at least he treated this there we we were we were that the new breed offs came in and they would say things well are like the kurds who say dizzy sounds like he's playing with mouthful of mal bouffe until he parker was playing scale soma sex phone book to sony scales and max reuss drop bombs it is interesting but powell had my left hand and it was it was know we will criticise but with some of it was vallon i thought you know we really we had a long way to go we listening back to my 1987 interview with the late drummer max roach we'll hear more as our thirtieth anniversary wreck respective continues after a break this is fresh air this is fresh air let's get back to my 1987 interview with max roach who along with charlie parker miles davis and dizzy gillespie help.
"max roach" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You played with several other bigband leaders in addition to kroupa performed briefly with benny goodman in you described him as a bandleader who always tried to distract attention from the performer so that why so that they wouldn't take attention away from him yeah well that was just his style item think he did it maliciously that i would just his way how it he do it well first as five scheduled to do four tunes and the people are giving me too much attention he would just automatically going to sing sing sing which is his tune in i'd have to leave the stage waving goodbye you've had a lot of harddrinking uh in your time and you've also done a lot of drugs in your time do do you think when that your involvement with alcohol and drugs had anything to do with uh wanting to keep up with the men as we were talking about before and wait wanting to be as at touted as ler never thought about it that way now i do it because i enjoy it you know everybody has their things in the that's what i do you know i didn't want to have a family i didn't want to sit at home i didn't want to be a housewife and own property and i didn't want to work in an office from nine to five and solid just out there looking to find something that i could like go along with you know and maybe contribute to the people in the world you were convicted several times on on drug charges um how difficult it that make it for you to get bookings in certain cities that had had helped that show showbiz they come to look at the girl at what does to jail for smoking dope.
"max roach" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Are involvement in the civil rights movement and you know i dunno thing i don't think so i'll tell you would did happen that was very positive it's sneaked into south africa a rabbit was it went to south africa written snaking ethnically alba's if segments of africa as a jazz musicians album until people read the mina notes put out by met him top and the pieces were a comment 'cause oscar brown's union of course was a lyricist on the on the work it was a comment on things that happen in sharpeville massacre and things like that so when you thousands in south africa realized that this was not just simply a jasmine album they banded and hit the upi and ap and it became a celebrity reckitt and it's so more ready forgiving anything i of in thing i had ever made at that time so something came out of it because of that and in the musicians were south africanled hugh masekela dollar bran iwo listening and buying it and taping it and things like that but it to may have things turnaround c so the freedom asked me that was an odd but i've i've always been an activists have got in the town of course my children will young with your always thinking about you know their future as well and and that has to be they're gonna come up in be ah responsible human beings they have to have education and other things like everyone else has in a society has to comedy bad so while i guess i'm always been activists because i want to thank you very much for.
"max roach" Discussed on Fresh Air
"With a life philosophy had planned on when you went to become a jazz musician because he started playing at a time when the big bands rare still around and being a jazz musician meant going on tour with early hindes or cab calloway when one of the duke ellington one of the big bands but you actually came of age you know you grew right after that you came of age at a time when it was small groups as you were saying before and that the life just became very different you do what i hadn't planned on really becoming a uh taking jazz music that seriously at the time but the war and all the things that did happen and then while i was in my senior boys high i said i had been i admit this gentleman klark monroe and working his after fdr club we'll sunny grid dukes great drama was ill and the most of the great dramas were in the army like joe johnson a cab at a cetera i could read music so um you know a clock kushner in in those after our splashy played as i said before for shake dancing weekly catch a turin you did all kinds of things and go if one funding you've got sick do pelican call mr manjural four a did he know a drummer who could play a show doug was at the new york perma he said i got kill works mike club that plays a show and i went down to the new york paramount pick long story short got on the stage and looked at the mr greer's music stand there was no music stand and no music.
"max roach" Discussed on Fresh Air
"As how i met dizzy and dizzy got we introduce gonna komen hawkins i am afraid record date and he was kind of like to canada so that whole a movement that we call be bob you know he brought charred talkative new york and by powell and all these wonderful people he kind of had a group around him and i was just forced enough to be part of that but that's how i really got started you're one of the first drummers to play bebop and you were one of the first people to figure out how to drum in the kind of fiery sessions that were being played what are some of the challenges that that presented to yale wall when they played fast they played very fast instrumental virtuosity prevailed because during the war you know we had an extra to the second world war we had an extra twenty percent cabaret taxes very complex to put it very simply it was a if a entrepreneurial hired he had to pay for say he had to pay a city tax like in new york it appears state tax and the federal tax on top of that he had to pay a twenty percent governent tax call entertainment tax if he had a singer if he had public dancing are dancing on stage or a comedian this really heralded the demise of big bands during that time this tax would just awful you know so so the people who really got to jobs were the virtuoso instrument'must everybody went home in practice practice practice and then that was the beginning of be bob like the people who some charlie parker and dizzying.
"max roach" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Pour back down the drums max roach who oh my goodness joan by as celebrated her seventy six th birthday on monday joined by as all one of the great song excavators of our our time this is a song that i that she was my introduction to it at least one of my favorite old folk songs this was off for offer debut record which was called joined by as economical that here's so over dagger don't see man she's sleeve yes as soon moon dan she says that can't be ruled oh man non moon sale steve nope leave you joe by as as son by sarah girls i will conclude of this birthday segment with howard misin so much the man the myth the legend david bowie turn would have turned a seventy years old last sunday thank you for everything mr boeing thank you also for this song it's a godawful small fare to go with them bouncy hair bottom mommy's yodelling no and daddy's told to go motor friend is nowhere to be seen now she walks through this so jane to this season with the clearest view and she's hooked to the silver screen the film is is saddening bush's they've ten times month she could spirit any of good of thought in dance in man the ish get man in his show baen the ninety fabulous position sterling just walked out on stage bath how are you my dear i'm doing wonderful ekstrom so glad you're here to be here with all eu talented musicians thank you for calling us that you guys so i feel very at home with musicians because my feelings are kinda like a studio album and they don't come out and until eleven months after the events that inspire them my mother is a musician as she's listening right now hello don why made that sensual will never now my mom and i we go way back and when i was little i she used huge sort of like reward me with sweets if i did well on a tester didn't hurt a small animal and she would take me to dairy queen you all know it highlights coal treats i would always order are ici's cut blizzard and if you don't now abdeal he'll before they hand you your blizzard they flip it upside down that's fred oak call and as if to be like why are about the e is completely unnatural.