27 Burst results for "Mccoo"

"mccoo" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"mccoo" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"Know cloud coverage coverages appropriate from a monitoring and overall threat Mitigation and response perspective. We've certainly seen on on the threat side. I mean we. We're definitely seeing a lot more attention being given to a cloud base infrastructure. Or whether it's you know actor directory federated services. Hdfs or you know office. Three sixty five you know. You're active directory in these kind of foundational cloud system seem to be getting the attention not only of companies but also of the bad guys from the md our provider standpoint. How do you get a like holistic sense of what's going on when you have so many sort of silo. D- cloud providers you know you've got the salesforce cylinder and you've got the slack cylinder and you've got the microsoft cylinder and like and yet you wanna you wanna try to monitor across all of them yet. It comes back to knowing where to point knowing where to put You you're the technology and have your analyst luck and so looking at that extended network making sure you take stock of where everything is so do data flow becomes really important so this is tie back to that. I you know prediction about customers. Going back to the risk management drawing drawing-board. Let me make sure i understand. Inputs outlets where everything is going how it's flock how it's being transmitted it. How it's being stored at rest encrypted doesn't need to be you know encrypted. So how do i make sure i get my is in the right place so that i can in fact make sure that i'm monitoring this on on a go for basis lebanese easy exercise. So you've got these you know these these these cloud in environments Being able to work in incorporate and and see what's going on there in addition to everything else it's going to present a challenge. But you know it's not unworkable. Just have to do a little bit more. Diligence your next prediction For twenty twenty two ron. Humans are going to matter more than ever in the new year. I guess that's a good thing to think about. But how do you see. How do you see that in particular in the context of cybersecurity You know i I once read a book by by brian. mccoo who founded the company was more Security out of out of cincinnati. And you know. I wanna talk to brian before and told them..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

Walking the Shadowlands

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands

"People might have had in recent times. They're on their five while hunting forest with Not children that they sought the children. And i got a few responses which is amazing actually because some and then i attacked the conclusion that a lot of the context prison die contexts which is site. Ugly no poops conde but seeing companies virtually from farmers and hunters people in the outdoors Then i i had a wonderful story to be about a young baldy bad. Why member coup. Which is right up. Bundles of thumb. Why forest road across the mountains. For where peter correct. I have this story but in the same mess afar area. Unless you mall demand taken on a An assignment and a job to work for one of the people who paid to track employs. Possums the forest and this young man's jaw wants to go up into the wind mccoo valley and stopped with his way up the sod Hills brought up the gist cutting a trial. All the way up tonight will people into come and lay the coalition and i saw the So he goes on food. I had his dog and he starts was shady somewhat every Clearing away the bush to schools. Through up to the top of the hill and so he worked diligently dumps buybacks. Three four o'clock he put rods tall st- and monster game. He was amazed to come across a clear area up there whether it was just grasses growing native grasses and then he saw what appeared to be is there something be walking through the grass is where it was down a bit black little trial and this vissel was all about groupie picks him then he said to stop looking around for somewhere out of up on kantha. He's carrying will give back. It is food and hit us. Fly to set up a state in the sleeping bag and denny look down the ground took roxanne put it down a male Ground was small keith. Die flex kit quite green in calla. They said let's just say it picked it up not incident. This is freshly made as greeting. Who would it be being industries miles.

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Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 11 months ago

Supermodel Kathy Ireland Discusses Her New Music Label

"Just launched a record label. You're you're doing a lot of many many interesting things a lot of people. Just don't know that side of you. They just think of you as a supermodel. Who's doing other stuff now. But you make it sound like you were always interested in business even while you were modeling in the middle of modeling my goodness i mean my first job. I was four years old. I sold painted rocks through my wagon. Modeling was a detour. It ended up being a great education. Not the plan. That is far some music. I'm we have the privilege of working with great people In our company at e one is the entertainment arm of our company. Amazing young producer. Nick mendoza Working very closely win marilyn. Mccoo billy davis junior produced blackbird the lennon mccartney icons billion maryland. Day are. They're incredible people with day. People don't know i actually. I didn't know that. So i mean i remember them principally as the fifth dimension. Amazing voices amazing talents but they. They're people of christian faith. I didn't really know that that's always good. Solid people if they do so much work beneath the radar had the the privilege of being in mississippi whittam after hurricane katrina. They have their own christian worship band in their always reaching out to others but incredible people and we're working with bmg and they're are they're amazing. tastic people. And we're so proud of them. They're their music. Debuted at number one on itunes for our in v. and also of the data. They're doing great in their music can be found on apple and also the a lot of people get their music digitally but we billion maryland. Art is so icon People purchasing that. It's it's going so well and target walmart. I just love the fact that a lot of people are getting no this other side of

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"mccoo" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

"You're not gonna miss anything really. I mean it's like there's no like spoiler alert. You know nina simone flies with jet pack or something you know i didn't i didn't get oh man i mean it's the performance to it's the credit krell makram performances of this. But i'm a huge nina simone fan. Anyways it's weird. There is some. I don't know like i grew up in you know in a black family my stepfather. This was all he listened to this this kind of music you know. In like he was in the fifth dimension so seen maryland mccoo and billy davis junior who were in my stepdad's wedding when he married my mom like i have a stepdad was in the fifth dimension. Yeah he was okay. I never knew this yeah. I don't think we've talked about it. I know but i have a picture of me. Sitting maryland mccoo slap in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy loved that -actly. Yeah well so. My stepdad from saint louis and so is the fifth dimension. Billy davis junior and maryland. Mccoo and So he was in the fifth dimension before they went to l. a. Okay so as before they did. The you know the age of aquarius. Those kinda hits So they went to l. a. and became famous my stepdad stayed in saint louis and got married etc etc wedding. Okay yeah yeah well he. That was his best friend. Kindergarten was billy davis junior or best friends and they were going to read before my stepdad died. There was talk of them doing a gospel. 'cause my stepdad was a piano player. Gospel singer yeah. And so yeah. He and billy davis. We're going to do a gospel album. Say anyways really musical household than i imagined. Oh my goodness yeah i mean. My stepfather was the reason. I play piano because i would watch him. And just be like whoa like. How do you do that. How do you do with that is is now is always mesmerized so yeah very musical household and this was you know they got my mom and my stepfather got married in seventy five okay..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

"So doc that i just watched also in chunks. I guess our attention span is just down to ten minutes now a summer of love on hulu somersault. Sorry summer of soul. thank you. i'd also say the title and chunk summer of soul quest loves documentary on hulu. Yeah yeah interesting. Very interesting really amazing The concert footage it's essentially was a music festival in harlem rate like two months before woodstock but got none of the woodstock. Love woodstock got all the love. Summer of soul didn't get much And this is a documentary with the pretense that it was Some master footage hidden in a closet or locked in a closet or locked in a basement depending on what you read for fifty years before i love brought it out. Yeah and i started watching this last night. And i you know i would have. I wish i could finish it before so we could talk about it all the way. I thought it was going to be almost all like concert footage. But there is a bit more interviews and context like they start interviewing this guy about like. Where were you in. Nineteen sixty nine. I'm like there's no way. That guy is over fifty years old like he looks like he's younger than me. Like what the fat. And he was like was a little kid. And i was like obsessed with marilyn mccoo of the fifth dimension. See that yeah. I so yeah. It's really great. Just like watching stevie wonder just rock the drums out. Any footage of stevie wonder is great and talented. It's amazing at the staples singers like it's definitely like. I do wish that. I had gone to see this with people because like this is i think it was screening at. Maybe like the greek theater down here. It's an interesting night. And i'm oh man that would have been such a fun movie to see with a crowd just weird to watch it alone and be like oh man. This is this rate footage. What's the name of the. Tony is the promoter. I love i love like just some. There's some stuff about like being a concert promoter and how it's like yeah..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"I could Hello i was wondering if you guys sell fish sandwich we do and do you have a tuna salad. I have whatever you want. I have oh. Do you sell breakfast for lunch. i do. we have. I know that we sell breakfast. Twenty four hours a day. That is awesome. So you have hand order all these things you're asking me about. Do you sell a ham and cheese omelette. How about a vegetarian omelette. I felt that as well. Are you open in an hour. we're opening our. Are you open in two hours in two hours. How about three hours three hours. I'm open and four hours. I'm open to. I can't come in four hours. Okay it sounds like a good place to eat. Have you been by here before or you. Just look this up online or one time. I drove by you on the way to my speed reading class. Oh okay where do you take speed reading. I take speed reading seventeen. Sixty nine would word. What word avenue. Okay and you take speed reading there do okay. How's that working out. You like it. It's exhilarating. Wow that sounds exhilarating and going to read your menu. 'cause you take speed reading. Do you sell oatmeal. I sell oatmeal. Do you make salads. I make salads cucumbers cucumbers tomatoes tomatoes olives. No nothing no olives. You you don't have olives adballah's but we don't put them in the salad but if you requested in the salad i'd be more than happy to put it in there for you. Would you put the of. I put the olive any food. You'd like me to put the olive in the oatmeal and oatmeal absolutely in the oatmeal. Not in a salad. If you ask me. I'm gonna put it in the salad just for you like olives. I got. I'm not gonna put it in your salad. Thank you do. You need to tell me your name so when you come in i'll know who you are. My name is sure new uh-huh mccoo so if i do this star sixty nine. Am i going to get the phone number. You're calling me from so. I can find out where you're calling me from going to get the radio station win something. No you didn't win something. You just been the victim of a phone scam. Well not for nothing. You could put a plaque on the diner wall. That says i've been the victim of a phone scam one years. Do you think this is my first phone. Thank you thank you. Very much. Should new mccoo. it's actually philip ripping global. I feel we know each other. Well enough i can call you at. How's that could say anything wanted to. I'd say that was funny right there. I don't care who you are. Is the home of the world famous phones game..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Filmspotting

"There's ambition at play on behalf of me so all of these. Things are kind of circulating together in and the result is just this you know all-time performance i'm telling you that was the time of my life. When she gave me that microphone back. I say oh she likes that. I'm doing my number. Two is the fifth dimension redemption. I'm calling it where you see that performance. But you see the faces of maryland. Mccoo and billy davis junior as they watched. Yes they relive those moments. They relive that performance. Obviously they haven't seen it themselves either. They experienced it but they've never seen that performance until now and we get to experience that viewing along with them and the line that he says. Actually i think marilyn says is we were so happy to be there because as you noted they felt like there was a separation between them and the black community. A lot of people thought they sounded white. They really hadn't been embraced. They were maybe a little nervous even coming to that stage and they really wanted to prove themselves this for them was like maybe the most important performance of their careers up to that point and maybe ever and then to just experience it with them as they deliver and the joy and the emotion on their face that's really really powerful and then the number one. It's it's nina simone. i mean for me. It's actually that i number. It's backlash.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Like we want like you said. I wanted to make like a movement. That's human rights human rights movement. Congratulations for another number. One album on the rb charts pretty pretty great britain excited about the response that we've been seeing because i mean you know at this age for us to be doing. This now is just amazing time. The you'd had a lot to do with adequate with this footage the footage yet. You created a renaissance for us. Yes you have. But i think you made your stop. I appreciate your show absolutely no i. I will say that. Probably you know one of the key scenes that that's in the movie That really touch people like when they may tell me how much they loved it Especially for like fellow fellow black artists that show it to first of all just watching you to watch it. I couldn't i couldn't have scripted better. You know it couldn't. It couldn't have happened more pitch perfect note. Perfect then your interview portion especially you know letting the sentiments be known. How important playing. That festival was in connecting with black audiences. That otherwise might have been familiar with you guys at the time. That's right and how really really touch them. and i. i will say that you know i. I should be thinking you because it you know. It's it's the the footage itself is magic on. Its own but you guys really humanized it and and really touch people's hearts with with with your portion of of that movie and you know i thank you both for for you know we were just doing. It was such a special. Yeah resume what you put together was. I mean that's the only way we can react to. This comes from the goes in you. Happy for you to win. Injury sundance the at the festival of us. We just so excited that that happens in all because at n your premier. This is your first director bill right experience and with such a powerful a powerful success like this so excited for you bowers. They had suppler for stars. That were owned Footage is just. Yeah i i asked myself that all the time but now now's the time like i feel like you know compliment. I am sitting here floor interrupt down. You let them tell you. Tell you on this level world. Famous for gordon compliments. I hate competence. I'm so good. I just gotta take it else. They'll tease me about it. I wake you fouls. Wait before. I wrap up. There is one question. I gotta ask only because the sample so famous i know that You start your own independent label sometime in the mid seventy s and One of your clients. One of the late Acts on the label was jimmy. Castor bunch yes. What was that. What was that experience like only because that particular album just because a famous No not just begun or now of no The first song on graduation. Good morning the intro. I it's it's all. It's jimmy casters. Cover of oscar by Gino bonelli right. It's on the label. That headed what is what was working with jimmy. Castor like during that period. What made you want to start your own label. During that period well i've always wanted to produce and and create model kind of a way in life in at the time. A jimmy sister. Linda was working working for a company. You know other team sellers about jimmy. And and when we met him it was like it was like family. I mean he was just a regular guy love his music in just we just got into it and say let's get visit with meals. You know everything out this jimmy. It is well you know you guys. I mean it goes without saying that you guys are class act and i really really really really thank you for giving us your time and coming on the show and i just love you guys to death a genuine fan of the group. I think guys are an inspiration also especially in a time period which you're such a serious historians yes your heart and when you meet somebody like that you wanna share with them all the knowledge that you have to to to contribute to To your kids now modest story. And i'm really really really big bill. Burr goofy. I think you guys for and You know much continued success at at i. Okay my last question is what do you want. The legacy of billy davis and merlin mccoo to be who you know for me i know is just said people coming together and just being who we are to one another not not being put on a china to be more than what we are. Just this being will you are and will come together at one accord you now if we can just do that and human rights would be a legacy me before the. Wow that's a that's a mic. Drop say drop it. That's what my drought right there. Well thank you very much for doing the show. I love and appreciate you guys On.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Are you listening to just bothered off charge. I'm asking that question. And i was like never ones that occurred to me. That occurred to me youtuber. Learning amir one day to the store is why not what i was saying like. I remember them doing it. On american bandstand. I remember my mom really loving that song. Women did it. And i remember them doing a few times on like variety shows and then like yeah when i was in first grade like a year when i was six suddenly like oh diana ross's song and then in my mind i was like wait was are watching diner. Ause do with the whole time. And maybe not. But i knew in my mind. I always associated love hangover with the fifth dimension. Just thought i was not always followed the fifth dimension version with the mown with the moans to. Okay sorry inappropriate appropriate. Excuse me sorry so in going solo. First of all let it. Let it be known that the very first time that i ever saw jay leno was on the billy davis marilyn mancuso. Could you all right so for our listeners. Out there that are that are listening. Can you explain the the value or the importance of the variety. Show in the seventy s. Like i know that now. We live in a reality. Show kind of environment. But when i was growing up i remember like gladys knight and the pips having a variety show i remember flip wilson tony orlando and dawn like shields and yarnell like everyone. Had the jackson's everyone had a variety show. What was the like. Was that a desire for you guys. It was like this is going to take you guys to the next level. What was the big deal with variety shows. I think that yeah that was that was the thing to do. It think that we would basically the first black coupled operatic show. Yeah in the industry you know and it was a summer replacement show and we had six years to do and we we. We completed that and But the doing television was was good. Only had a bit confusing for us was having to learn salsa quick you know because the delegate yet almost like that week performance Week you know and We used a little bit more time. Also the kind of make those solves us you know make it week. It gets lead out of it. You know run. But that was the only thing i sat at. We were ready for because we'd love jaw doing the skits and you know on the plenty stop in the love songs and yeah it was good. It was good but that in the first one are after that a lot of other shows coming on. Yeah like you were saying about jay leno so so what we did with our skits Because you always had to have a little humor in the show man so the idea was since we spent so much time on the road. Why not make the road experience. Be part of your your humor. In the show and jay leno came along he was a young unknown comic at the time and we ended up he ended up being are eyeing our tour manager right and not always gives you guys like weird assignments that was like your boss so great anatoly. Remember that and you guys were in the show the same way right like you guys would say good night like was it in like embiid like yeah. That was the end of the day. Like right to say goodnight seeing the song singing and then turn out the light right. You said it was only six episodes in the summer. Yes yes so. We're like. Am i again like in my mind. I'm thinking like oh that was on for like four or five years. I saw i mean we watched it religiously house. Oh okay i see how of television because of a moment over and over and wrench. Yeah there's some more than just sixty and all the incredible impacted black culture music on the world speaks for itself. Even as we've transitioned to a new way of living. It's helped us to find meaning and celebration through it. All ford wants to take a moment to huge applause for the continuous influence of black music. Music is a form of expression and black music. Takes that form to new levels singing through the pain and dancing. Cheerful moments wouldn't be satisfied without the instrumentals and vocals that black music provides us with ford wants to show our commitments of black americans and respect for the legacy. They hold black. Music encourages others to express their truth and life journey ford partnered with dj denies to discuss the legacy in future of black music. What inspires him and how he brought people together through the universal language of music during a pandemic ford is recognizing black cultural moments like this throughout the year especially this june for black music month when we remember recognize and respect we all move forward built ford proud you four tough summer is here and that typically means road trips with friends or family aren't order make denny's part of your travel plans and stop by to try the new red white and blue pancake. Breakfasts is the perfect way to celebrate the fourth juneteenth or just in general it features made to order buttermilk. Pancakes cook with blueberries. Then top were fresh strawberries. Cream cheese icing and whip cream and it comes with two eggs. Hash browns and your choice of to bagan strips or two sausage links denny's dining rooms are back open and the staff continues to make safety and sanitation a top priority and so many great locations. Nationwide you can be sure to find the boo. You love most anywhere you go. You could also order pancakes or any dinner. Favorites like burgers shakes or melts online at denny's dot com. See you at denny's are you guys aware of the kind of the status. I'll say that in like a dancehall reggae culture. I hope we get to love and time. Conner has a different meaning in the islands like that song has been covered so many times by various singers in jamaica. That where you guys even aware of. How big that song is over there or at least amount of covers no idea. We've never heard it. I'd love to hear it. Yeah it's it's it's almost. It's kinda like a staple like that's that's that's one of the ballots. You have to sing if you you know if you're kind of in the at least around like the early eighties. Suddenly there was like just once lot of. I hope we get to love in time. We.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"State oh you can't always say i'd say we're gonna always word. Yeah you're right. Yeah we will get on. State is singing disappeared. You can't say in your. Could you be angry afterwards. Like donal that stage could you could you. Could you get back. Yes boy bill. I can't wait to redo the addition. Because i got a story for russia's like now we gotta get back into this and then you get backstage while we work on. I remember that. I work with my girlfriend. It's the same thing. I don't know what we argued about. You know if being anyway you know most of the arguments that couples have petty. They really are but until you get out the arguments over you get away from it and you think what was that about. What did i do that. It didn't mean that. If i thought about that before we got into it but a lot of time legal we've got carry it out. You win the battle but you might lose the wall less way down wise words amen but in in a in a group from a group standpoint and it's five of you how are you guys able to like is it all of us have to be unanimous in deciding on something like how how are sort of decisions made for songs or album. Titles or you know. Can we make this gig like is it. Is it democracy or is it like. Is there someone that actually is the the alpha leader the group that makes decisions for the hard things those. Yeah you know we used. We used to laugh about that. We used to set laugh about how we would say. We met more than the un democracy. We agreed the one who the majority who who came up with the way we went yet. We talked about all of on jobs. You know we agree to disagree. What yet but most of the time. Like with with the things that pertain to to the career. Part like with the title of the album and the song file saws. We're going to be on the project. Most of the time. The the record company would make that decision Okay we work on it and then we'd say you know what we're not record you know. We don't know how to run a record company. We know how to make music and let them choose. What's gonna what's gonna sell whatever updated that the best way group anyway because banal five people together talking about which one is the best one at you know. Start okay. so that. Leads me to nine hundred and seventy-five what was the process of you to leaving the group and going do. Oh well you know that was. That was a tough decision. Very tough for us because don't remember the automated gas from saint. louis. I mean we family. We knew each other. When we were kids you know and gonna migrated to all at different times and end up being in a group as an and meade maryland of influence and being a part of the so they. We will like a family but we weren't family. Who had dreams families somebody bring like mammal dreamers out to be a solo singer with motown you know maryland. Dream was of with whatever she to get whatever receiver as as a as a solo. Singer a ops sing and so we thought about it and after ten years we will. We have availed drain that we really started with You know what would we be was just come up with the sand. The said if i had only. I should've would've shutter i should always back of you. Land could we have done this. Allow you know so we decided and then at that there was there was everybody in the group wanted to do more. You know so that that thing was you know so we decided. We'll you know it's time for us to counter strike out on it. See what we can do. Did you guys still maintain the friendship after you guys left the group in seventy five year. We took a couple a couple of years before we because there were hurt feeling which was understandable. But we're very close as family. Now you know we were still surviving members just who's still surviving alone with. You guys are the group. Is everyone still alive. Not everyone ron. Johnson is passed away gave a big one. Would it be right. Yeah yeah yes away. The four still saw chartered a dsl ago. And is in las vegas. We talked to him not to them though. So we close close. I have one fifth dimension question that actually has to do with when you guys left left the group. But i'm hoping you can answer this for me because it's been killing me okay. So this came out. When i was five years old so i really even though kind of had an adult's knowledge of music at the age of five it this always killed me and my my dreaming or dip the fifth dimension actually have a version of love hangover before diana ross did because i could sworn i've seen them on american bandstand doing love hangover and i was just confused at the time and it's almost like i didn't hear of it. Am i dreaming of that or yes was after billion. I had left after you left. I was just hoping you might know the answer to that right. You're going to give you the end. So i wasn't dreaming okay. Event version of love pay over at florence saying the lead on it right and they released it as a single right around the same time motown decided to release diana ross's version of a love right and that's why you were confused as a child because you said. Wait a minute now. So wasn't crazy. Look difference abel's.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Upon where we were working. We would change the biggest we would do. More of a production. China will show you know. We put the deduction quality into into show a song that we did old too old to bill. Joe you know in each one of us took apart so it looked like a theater piece in vegas and it kept the audience right there. You know they wanted to see what each character was doing. You know that we will come up with what about hits or something like that you know. Bring him back down. We you know so we will do that. You also know that you're one of the few acts that You know doing doing a residency on sunday is usually a a special occasion. I'm rarely happens. Now like bruce springsteen had had a one man show well before the pandemic more broadway but you guys were definitely one of the The first acts to do like a residency there. Or i think i'm trying to lead up to why you two were so natural when you guys got your own variety special in terms of like doing more than just performing his jokes would be. You know image. Show little sketches and whatnot like that. Prepare you for that. Especially with with when you did you broadway residency or we had a wonderful man by the name of renege night. Who who worked with the group and how helped. He taught us a lot. Okay the entertainment business about what made what made shows work and we would get together and come up with with songs. That rene came up with the idea to jill you remember. Oh yes real life that there were five characters that in the song and then hand we were able to put those characters together. And do that song and you've been with a group called the delta rhythm boys who were very very successful in in europe and He when he came and saw us and saw what we were about just felt like i you know he wanted to work with us and teach us some of the things that he knew about how to make live shows really worked for your audience. And how to mix the music up and rene We give a lot of credit to rene for helping to teach us about the business and about how it worked and how to make it work. You know when you talk about when we did that residency on broadway. Right a working with a dancer. His name was judge. Joe smith remember joe joe smith. I've heard of him know i'll judge. O smith had dancing company and one of the members of his dancing. Dancing company was a young woman by the name of debbie. Allen was how we met debbie and we when we did our residents. We were on broadway for a month and we came up with the idea of having a dancing company. B. are opening for the show because again it was a nice balanced a difference of of entertainment Made for very entertaining show and that was how we did not rodway. That was the beginning. Yes yes yes i see. Can i just ask. How did you want to know how you guys figured out your physical aesthetic like four. You're live shows for your album. Covers like what was the decision behind outfits how everything will come together. Will you know when it came to to live shows. We we were known for these different type of outfits. Dresses funny you know. They will dresses in the same colors but more to our personalities you. We'll be color. What was your call ability out. That would be a little different and that that was i think you know. And then all of a sudden they got a little bit more sophisticated as we as we stayed into the business longer. You know they became sleeker. You know different like that. Then they would end. They would put those on our covers. And i guess the the record company would say hey you know. Put it on costs. If they see a hell knows not to say that you know the idea for that addressing different different themes was actually lamont's mama macklemore because what we would get ready to work in a club in l. a. and the the group was not was not known as famous at that time and So we have this job but we didn't have any outfits and so it was like. Oh my god we're gonna do sell the mock came up with this idea. He said hey. Everybody has got something black and white in your closet. So why don't we take the taken outfit and everybody wear black and white and you just wear whatever you wanna wear and that we worked at night at that club and we all had on black and white in there was a guy in the audience by the name of boyd clapton and he was a designer and he came backstage afterwards and he said i love your idea took the steam about black and white but you each warrior all and he said i would love to try to design something for he said. Would you let me design an outfit using that kind of idea. And that was how that evolved. He sketches the dick van. Dyke show him to report. He would make you know we would okay and each would be worn keeping with the with the personality of the senior. Larry how long did he stay with you. Guys with making it was with us for seventy lease. Yeah actually. i'm glad you asked. That always wanted no no. I love your questions. Pretty amazing things that happened. The people that we met people involved became involved with the group of people who crossed our ads. And i it was truly i feel like the fifth dimension was truly blessed. Yeah well i. I always wanted to know okay so again. In today's times that we live in today they're entourage's there's you know assistance there's wardrobe people blah blah a bubble of a blah. But i know that at least back then. It was sort of like self contained and artists were responsible for their own outfits and whatnot. So when you are extensively touring and you have these outfits and whatnot like how do you. How do you house the upkeep like are you guys the ones that have to your before the show run to the cleaners between cities and whatnot or was there a wardrobe person on detail. No no we did that. We had done what we would love because we we ended up ursula own on the road you know. They took care of all the while we were doing our sound checks and getting into the data's different things like that they were backstage taking the outfits out of the truck and steaming guys were high level. Know they did their own stuff to that point. Was there ever pressure on you. Maryland in florence to make sure to john looked as amazing jaw. Did in these outfits..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Strain with the producer like well. We'll we'll yeah we called. We called our producer who was bones howe and we said oh and i mean everybody will. We got together At intermission we were. All five of this is going to be a hit so we call bones at bonds. We found our next and said what's that we said. Aquarius to the season. Well i don't know he said there's a lot of people that have tried to make get out of that song and it has and we but the fifth dimension determined to record that song so he said well let me let me listen to it some more and see what we can come up with so then he came back to us a little while later couple weeks later and he said i think i have an idea of how to make this work and he came up with the idea of taking aquarius and putting it together with another song. Yes let me sunshine. It was from hong paul fish right and that by combining to those together we ended up with the biggest hit of our careers. Oh so let's the sunshine in was not a part of here. I didn't know that it was a part of. Oh let's get together the But we deal with that sunshiny as a matter of fact way that they did it in the show was this on one of those lohan. Okay it's not yet right but balls came up with the idea of making it more joyous and then studio recording it then he said okay the group singing it live sunshine. That he says okay. Billy now going take it to church. Man say yes. That's amazing. have you ever been on an off road adventure one where you have to travel highways dirt roads and maybe even a few rocks. Ooh are you like me in thinking about taking mountain biking or a neutral run while the ford bronco sport was built with adventure seekers in mind. You know folks like us get back up your things and hit the road and this four by four suv. Listen it has been created to help make your journeys easy impossible. Check this out. They the hosk suspension system. That's high performance off road stability suspension system also this. 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In dancing and cheerful moments wouldn't be satisfied without the instrumentals and vocals that black music provides us with ford wants to show our commitments of black americans and respect for the legacy they hold black music encourage others to express their truth and honor. Life's journey ford partnered with dj d- nice to discuss the legacy and future of black music. What inspires him and how he brought people together through the universal language of music during a pandemic ford is recognizing black cultural moments like this throughout the year especially this june for black music month when we remember recognize and respect we all move forward built ford proud. He'll four tough on on an average. How many how many gigs. Just for maturing standpoint. I know touring from more or less like doing five straight months like living on the road never coming home like after five straight months or whatever but could you describe to us like what was what was the the gig circuit like during that time around nineteen sixty nine for the group like how many what was it mainly just one nighters or was it. You know concentrated time in america of and you go to other parts of the world. Like what was the average touring season like for the fifth dimension. More about america about the united states. You played a lot of college campuses right. We did a lot of a lot of concerts reduced. We got dressed in a lot. Sweaty lock locker room right after game left game and it would be lit up but you have to go in there and you dress and you know the young young. You know you get past that you get word about doing the best you can do and get you know we bought. Yes we did. We play in clubs to we trust going on on the road. Maybe about seventy eight months out of the year. We were on the road. I mean moving absolutely Las vegas yes and Which which a lot of artists weren't doing but that was one of the one of the authors that we got and we ended up Playing the main room as the expert for frank sinatra and that was another way that we were introduced to the to the country at large and then we modify we. Didn't we did a number of concerts around the country and lot of riding around on buses right really. Okay when you're doing okay. If you're opening for frank sinatra. I know that We interviewed the jackson's some time ago on the show. And i know that they're experienced with doing vegas was that they had to sort of expand their repertoire. Do more show tunes do more alex. Yeah pretty much. So would you have to change this show specifically for vegas audience or was it pretty consistent the same so that you would do for colleges were they the same for las vegas or you're not quebec. Wouldn't do the for colleges we would do. More of our our recorded. I recorded material than we would mix mix up our show with with uh songs that were were hi rhythm high energy and and billy of get out there and start singing his soul things floor dancing shaking change dependent.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That's nice. We won a grammy grammy. That's what we thought at that time. The grammy's weren't being televised. So so so. The record company was so excited. Oh you all the nominated for grammys and we said that is so cool must was and but but after we won the first ramming and behind all excitable the next we wait in line for red in. Okay i see you guys mark gordon. Because i'm a fan slash aficionado of soul train touring. I know that oftentimes like a foul wilson was on the show Don we'll talk to mark or he was there. I think during the staple singers episode as well. So i'm familiar with mark gordon was. I didn't know that he was married to florence larue during that time period but i was also shocked for you guys to go to the levels in the heights that you've gone to even in my mind. I thought while they really had like a a powerful white manager how was it. How is it that mark was able to work his magic as as a manager. And you know he's managed everyone like name. It like Tony this also probably explains why you an tony orlando and dawn also set. Your variety shows like what was mark like as a manager that he had like further further. Reach than your average manager where he can get his acts even pass mainstream participant in spaces. Where you normally don't see black amax. Mark had a lot. More ahead came again from the motown background and saw unsure. He'd learned a lot when he was there and he will. He was running the west coast office a motown records okay. That's how we met him and he was also produced and so we were hoping that maybe He would produce a record on the group and we would end up at motown but a for one reason or another that mark and motown Disagree man so mark came and said. I'd like to manage you guys. I like i like your idea. I like the sound that you have. And i think i can do something with you. And then he and johnny rivers johnny rivers. Who was a was more of a country singer. Heads of major hits but he loved rb and he wanted to produce be music so he came to market and of. Why don't we co some projects together. As so that was how they ended up reducing us and that was how we ended up recording. Gory wanna go away. And mark introduced. Johnny to jimmy webb so so mark was a visionary in so many ways he was he was really a good match and he i think the popularity of the group is what kinda got him in the in the position to be able to open the doors because forget he was a personal manager. But we also have agency opening doors. To like william you know i pop popularity added. We would leave we. Would we go going. You know and bess. Yes and we were right in the middle of that so All the doors opened for the television shows and all all on the the white shows that was that was happening. They wanted to fit the mitch. So what was it ever A stroke okay. So one of one of the Kind of a career highlights for most blacks. That i've spoken to Especially that have started in the sixties. Most of them were being groomed to play the copa. that was like like one thing surviving. the apollo. the other thing is being able to play the copa. Which you know. I can only imagine that that that was a prestigious thing Was that necessarily a goal for this particular group or was that. Not kind of been in your radar. Everybody wanted to play the copa. Everybody wanted to play the copa. But what happened was We there was another club in new york but actually it was. It was a club but it was a room. Yes in at the american hotel F- if it was called the royal the robots and they ended up hiring us and we would work at rox every year. Right doing Prom season you know. So they knew that at that rates every year. So what three or four years straight. That's where we went. So i guess the the copa bus. They knew we let the box. They never tried to book. They never tried to bogus chance near. I work at the royal box but you know what it was great because because of the royal box. That's how we ended up with finding a swear. Sunshine is okay. So i know this legendary story and it's definitely one of the highlights of summer. So could you please share with our audience. The the circumstances that actually led you to recording the age of acquires that the sunshine in this show. Enough true story. Right right i. i can't believe it. But i like. We made it up the stage but we came. Uk make up the. This can't working in new york and the funny thing is that i went out to shop and coming back getting out of the cab a lost my wallet the cab so i came says in hotel room and i told around i was looking at my baby. I lost my wallet in maryland. Said well you can forget that you see there and so about an hour after that i got a phone call and the guy said is this name jillian said yes it is and he said i got your wife and i got excited because of the family and i told him i said well just to come into your house and get it winters house and i and i offered him some money. He devoted money though. I bided him to come and see us at the royal rocks so he took us up on that so after the show he game to the show him his wife and after the show he came backstage. Gas are beautiful is one of our love. The show he said says she was so nice building. I'd like to invite you to see i show. I said what show home to find out. He one of the producers of hair right trying to get into the sea hair. But i don't know how long it was like it like that was like the hamilton a him with skin. Hair cook was the first time they ever seen people naked on stage. You know but we finally got here by this over to see it and we saw this young kid by the name of ronnie dyson zing in aquarius. And when he did he feel auditorium with that. Beautiful is yes and when meat when he did that we all heard it right then and said we have to do that sol. That's a fifth dimension saul. It's going to be a. He is going to be hit with earth. Say now is going to be a hit and sure enough. It was biggest record that way every audit..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Why was it changed to the fifth dimension well We're getting ready to come out with this. This song with our first single and the the man who was the head of the record company thought that the versatile sounded kind of old that we needed something edgy. A new and we all went home and a comeback with with creative ideas for new a new name for the group townsend and his wife came up with the name the fifth dimension and when we first heard it everybody loved it and we voted on it because we voted on everything in the group at fifth dimension. One out hands down was there like sort of a cosmic kind of definition was supposed to intentionally be like psychedelic because of what the times were during that period. Or yeah pretty much you know. We were five members of the of grew. I think model out dimensions missile. The msci they decided that the fifth dimension digital sound so they said okay that makes sense. Yeah okay i see. Did you guys at all. I know that Bell records was a label Closely associated with Arthur shinkin and also with a. I believe clive davis started or at least work there that time period. Did you guys work with him at all or have any dealings with him or was he at columbia by this point what we did. Well we did we. Did we work with us for a minute. You know i. Actually a city was the was the name of the label and that was the one that started the group. Yes and then when the bell records larry utah dog. You're at present another name. Yes yeah larry. Youtall actually started bell records and the fifth dimension was still there and then then some transitions took place and clive davis came in and when he came in he turned it into aristide correct. That's what happened right. okay. I see now i see now. I think one of the i think one of the guys at at avail was herb. Eagle number beagle. Yes he worked with larry. Okay in the very beginning in the beginning of the group who decided the direction because you guys had a really somewhat sophisticated elegant Sound sort of a step ahead of i guess at the time like motown was was the leader of a more classier version of soul. But you guys were definitely congress. Step ahead of that like who decided the the direction of the group in. How do you guys approach your creativity. Well one of the things that happened. What we i started to go in called ourselves versus because we were all different. We all of us were different. Saying i was more gospel be lose morale was popped ronald was more operatic sounding cross was more prop element was more of a on a singer and more so but we we decided we started the person who led to it as borba jazz. Kind of opportunity to just create different types of music man But when we got sandwich added rivers we that sound with us right on into the record company and so when he suggested that we do go you wanna go and we said well from the mamas and papas. That was a cover for us and we said well. We're not going to sound like motown. We were way into. What was africa brothers sisters. You know right even though we have different sound that's was kind of music we were looking for but he said none of strategies that are be and we need said it'll be hit. Well everybody was looking for it. You know you ever out of every artist wanna get pablo's you know so we did go where you wanna go and it came out would go of a soulful style but not like the pop models and fibers but it created a sound okay. I see that I gotta say that Because of my my Weird obsession with the song Macarthur's park. I know that was written by jimmy webb. And if you kind of. Look at his catalog alignment wichita lineman and all that stuff like it's like really weird unorthodox songs and i know that he wrote up in a way so like at the time when you were approached. How did that song come to eat into the sphere. Fifty mentioned in what was the deciding. Factor that okay. This fits us because this is kind of even though it's it's a hit it's a really very weird specific song like we're gonna sing about balloons air balloons or whatever like how did how did how did you guys come across. That saw. Well you know mark gordon. Who was the group's manager introduced johnny rivers. Who who was the owner of soul city records to because he was saying we need somebody creative in new and different and mark have worked with motown records and had left motown. And it's a long story about how we all met with. He liked the group like our direction and he said that he wanted to manage us so so when he was talking to johnny rivers and he said johnny. We need somebody who's young new different marks. This very talented young man who was trying to get some of his songs recorded at no town. His name is jimmy webb. I'd like to meet him and so they met and we ended up working together on our first album which was called. Go where you wanna go. Well actually in it right and so we were. We were working on some music and there was a hot air balloon festival that took place down in palm springs on over weekend and jimmy went down to bet that festival and he came back so inspired by what he had seen that he wrote a song and he wrote the song. Call up up the way talking about the balloons so he played the song for the grew and we set off man. That's a wonderful song. A happy feeling of mix. Everybody wanna dance. Feel good right. No never be hit. It was going to be filler. Like just how right you know we will still this dow stock man. Never be it you know and come to find out it was. It was a big smash strides in one of lead for family. Well we want grabby bone. How well no both of us producer. Mark mark mark and johnny rivers one production grammy's and jimmy webb wanted the song. Now i remember you guys previously telling me before that when you guys Won the grammy for the song that you weren't too sure like how important grammy's were like or if it was a big deal like in the late sixties worthy grammy's as big of a prestige thing as we hold it now.

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Gentlemen welcome to surpreme. Who's twelve we got. Is we still got team supreme with us. How from look forward wait. You're you're in the east coast. Yes i'm i told you the vaccinated visit betty momma daddy back. Welcome back home. I'm okay also vaccinated. Tastic right fonseca louis. I'm good man. Good man join some grilled chicken and the salad on live better on day. Twelve of salad salad. what's up. how's it going. I'll be the only honest one hand. Say i'm stressed out and everybody lied. No we're not stressed out. We're putting good vibrations out there I will say that our distinguished guests are the founding members of the legendary grammy award winning fifth dimension. Of course during the mid seventies our guests left the group in pared down to a duo Released several grand cal. Where songs like the Inescapable wool you don't have to be started my show your love or hope we get to love and time channel silver moon plenty others seven grammy nominations and total I would actually paraphrase and say that they are they are are the billy imerman mccoo of now not the opposite that the real they are absolute happiness enjoy. I consider them the first couple of pop and soul. Their marriage has been strong for fifty plus Fifty plus years of a fifty second communist. That is amazing. And they're still releasing music lazing german. Which is incredible They released a new collection of lennon mccartney compositions titled blackbird songs they're inspired by the turbulent Experiences that we've been through in the last year or so and twenty twenty. What else can i say. oh not not to mention. They are vital. part of the I here's an excellent documentary About roy has culture festival. Nineteen sixty nine. I i hear it's good anyway please. The week it comes out to really comes out this week. I hear this week. That's amazing titled ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red is not fun bachelor. Okay i get it. I get it you remember up to that point okay. The four we met. I have been hearing about this guy from st louis because the mont macklemore from the group and the group were all from st louis. And they're talking about this guy named judah who was coming out from saint louis looking for a record deal and that he could say. Ms june bug. I see so. You're not from saint louis. Who maybe you at all really lewis. Yeah yeah so so the. The group was formed by. We should also note that ron makomo. I'm not run. I'm sorry la- michael moore is weak baby the legendary beauty week jeb unity. We do as a photographer. He was the original instagram shot. Even to like when whenever jet went awry I don't know when jet stop jetting application. But he went to the very end so yes took all the pictures of all but most of the pensions of that women in the bathing suits in the middle of jet. Yes i don't a much. Even at the height of fifth dimension them like bryant. He was he was doing that. Yeah how can one juggle both and still and still do that. I'm also in the mind state that once you're in the fifth dimension you're touring all over like nine months out the year but he was able to maintain both on a weekly basis. Yes yes yes. I mean he would. I don't know just how his setup was he was detonated. You're doing it. You know it still making rehearsals and sometimes will be outta town. He would be. We had a day office of some young lady to shoot. You know it take shooter with agent. That's incredible s. yes yes one. One of the wanna be running jokes. Any time at you guys were on. Any show was finding Lamont a A wife that's always been like the running joke. In any fifth dimension interview like was his was his bachelorhood. Legendary mid seventies like pretty legendary. Did eventually get married. Yes he did. he's years now. Yeah okay those about to say now just based on my fifth minutes and research like every time that was like a running joke did he. Did he get married yet is he. Still okay i get it now. Lamar was always the one in the mail in the group that always had these long range plans with the young ladies. You know he would meet a young lady of euro as long range plans for her. You know so. That's that's why we always tease him about mayor waited but he finally did get yes okay. What year did the group officially form. I know that you guys were under the name. The versatile vs dallas correct. That's right that's right. Yes yes that was in one thousand nine hundred sixty five imon..

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"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mccoo" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red

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Interview With Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis

Questlove Supreme

01:31 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis

"And gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red

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AMC movie theater chain lost $4.6 billion in 2020

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

AMC movie theater chain lost $4.6 billion in 2020

"World's largest movie House chain, Talking about the bloodbath that was 2020 AMC lost $4.58 billion in 2020, thanks to the closures of its theaters around the globe because of the pandemic, the company announced in its earnings report Tuesday. And while that's a staggering loss, it's not fatal. McCoo Adam Aaron says things are looking up. Most of its theaters are once again open and hopefully big Hollywood blockbusters will return to screens in the coming months. Also says they have enough cash on hand to stay afloat through the beginning of next year, and he's optimistic that screens in Los Angeles will start opening next week after being closed since last

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Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

Vogue Podcast

09:26 min | 1 year ago

Gigi in Wonderland - Vogue's March Issue Cover Story

"She's perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened digi hadeed up to a new world and a new set of priorities. I'm khloe mao evoked contributing editor. And this is g. G in wonderland knew that i have that animal in me says gee hadeed relaxed. In bright. from december cold the twenty five year old model is astrid colored quarterhorse named dallas. And telling me about the birth of her baby in september here at her home in bucks county pennsylvania following a fourteen and a half hour labor at her side. Were her partner zane. Malik her mother yulong to her sister. Bella and a local midwife and her assistant when you see someone do that you look at them a bit differently. I probably looked crazy actually. She says a giggle tinged with pride. I was an animal woman. Mallet cut the baby. Click that she was out says gee gee gazing forward through dallas alert ears as we plod through the upper fields of harmony hollow. The farm owned by longest boyfriend. Joseph goalie a construction firm ceo. I was so exhausted. And i looked up. He's holding her. It was so cute. She's in a cropped long as puffer stretch. Czar jeans and warned black riding boots and looks like neither a harried mother of a ten week old nor paparazzi ducking supermodel with her hair roped into a smooth bun bear face and tiny gold hoop earrings. She resembles mostly her teenage self. An equestrian who showed jumped competitively while growing up in her hometown of santa barbara. California what i really wanted for my experience was to feel like okay. This is a natural thing that women are meant to do. She planned to deliver it a new york city hospital but then the realities of covert hit particularly sequestering here ninety minutes from manhattan and the limits on numbers in the delivery room which would preclude yolanda and bella from being present. Then she and malik watched the two thousand eight documentary the business of being born which is critical of medical interventions and depicts a successful home birth. We both looked at each other. And we're like. I think that's the call. Gd says they placed a blow up bath in their bedroom and sent their three cats and border collie away when the midwife expressed concern that the sphinx and maine coon felines might puncture the tub with their claws. Malik ask gee-gee what music she wanted to hear and she surprised him by requesting the audio of favourite children's novel the indian in the cupboard. He downloaded the film because it was one of his favorites too and they spent the early hours of labor watching it together. That's something we'd never talked about. But in that moment we discovered we both loved. Gd says bash family. She then tells me that malik. The former one direction star turned solo artist. Who has famously press shy and declined to be interviewed for. This article likened his own experience of her birth to align documentary. he'd seen in which a male lion paces nervously outside the cave. The lion s delivers her cubs z. Was like that's how i felt you feel so helpless to see the person you love in pain. Doom dula malibu high classmate carson. Meyer had prepared her for the moment where the mother feels. She can't go any longer without drugs. I had to dig deep. Jichi says i knew it was going to be the craziest pain in my life. But you have to surrender to it and be like this is what it is. I loved that you'll monda and the midwife coach through the pain there definitely was a point where i was like. I wonder what it would be. Like with an epa darryl how it would be different jichi frankly. My midwife looked at me and was like you're doing it. No one can help you your past the point of the epidermal anyway. So you'd be pushing exactly the same way in a hospital bed so she kept pushing. I know my mom zane. Bella were proud of me but at certain points i saw each of them in terror says she ducking under a leafless branch. Dow also who've sucking in the muddy terrain afterward z and. I looked at each other. And we're like we can have some time before we do that again. The baby girl named kai digi revealed on instagram in january from the arabic for the chosen one was a weekly. She was so bright right away. Gd says adding that. The baby's heart rate stayed consistent throughout the labor. That's what i wanted for her. A peaceful bringing to the world. Kyw's world has so far remained small. Her mother rarely leaves the bucolic corner of horse country where the hadeed put down roots in two thousand seventeen. Malik bought a nearby farm. The shoot for this story. In early december at a studio in manhattan was the first time g g had left her daughter since birth yolanda took over caregiving duties even bringing her granddaughter along to feed the miniature. Ponies mama and mccoo. Gee-gee has no nanny no baby nurse. None of the traditional celebrity crutches of new motherhood during our interview the baby stayed with her father and zan's mother tricia who is visiting from england for a month to help she decided to completely take care of the baby alone says yolanda odd. And i think that bond is so important. The dutch former model turned real housewives of beverly hills. Alum was my welcoming party. When i arrived at the farm booming. Hello her arms wide on the threshold in. Camo print puffer and boots. I'm proud of her face on magazine but seeing her give birth was a whole other level of proud yolanda says you go from looking at her as a daughter to looking at her as a fellow mother. The natural transitions and generational shifts of new motherhood are at play in the household. It is a family happily influx on the sprawling. Thirty two acre property. The handful of cottages are designated for different siblings. But this summer. When g g moved out of her cottage into zan's house bella and brother anwar graduated to larger cottages leaving. The smallest is a guest house. We're still close by says she but we have our space to be our own little family. She hosted thanksgiving dinner for the first time this year with zero mother cooking the turkey g g. A prolific home-cooked herself made banana. Pi and baked yolanda favourite tatham. Bella occurred over stuffing and spiked apple. Cider in the kubota tv g g got her christmas tree early for the occasion dressing it with personal ornaments. That she and malik have exchanged over the years. The most recent being glass nintendo console a reference to a favor quarantine activity. I decorated fully. Without my mom's help. And i think i did her. Gd says they are tribe publicly known for their closeness yolanda the doting den. Mother gee-gee the fresh-faced protective older sister. Bella the edgier veronica deejays betty and aloof baby brother on war joining g g and yolanda in the kitchen for latinos and cinnamon rolls before a horseback ride eyewitness. These rules confirmed. Yolanda has the sink drinking a smoothie and finishing gee-gee sentences when she grasps for word g g threatens to have a connection if anwar eats her cinnamon roll when he ambles out of his cottage. But motherhood is a new phase and it will be up to g g to decide whether it belongs on the silhouettes of social media. I think she wants to be real. Online's as bella twenty four by phone from new york city but until her child wants to be in the spotlight and can make the decision herself. She doesn't want to put her in that position. Bela who splits her. Time between her. Soho loft and the farm and facetime with her niece and sister every morning says she already enjoys reading books. Aloud that jeeves to read to her including the rainbow fish and the very hungry caterpillar. It's pretty nostalgic. Bella says it could be argued that we are all hungry caterpillars this year cocooning and comforting with hope of emerging bright winged vaccinated g. G wants split her time between her condo and no-ho and the first class cabin of airplanes when lockdowns began she had just returned from walking fashion shows in four countries and discovering. She was pregnant on the other end of covid. She will emerge as a mother. Happily headquartered in rural pennsylvania. Still a supermodel. But one determined to lead more secluded less peripatetic life. I always want to be here fulltime. She tells me. I love the city but this is where i'm happiest furious. Speculation and countless think pieces have attended the question of what this time will mean. Will we slow down flee cities for less frenzied. More mindful life in many ways. Gee-gee the bodyman of such ideas. The sheiks glamorous version yes but also a person drawn to reassessment. It feels like now. I'm in a different place in my life. She says and she does seem genuinely at home

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"mccoo" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"mccoo" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Right by schooner tuna from Mister mom movie the only tuna with hearts. check it out. what's great music shows podcasts on there too yeah all right coming up we've got my mark Graham a marketing expert in just a few minutes and then we've got Michael long to and we're we're gonna have just a terrific show Beverly perish to talking next are about helicopter parents and bulldozer parents coming up at seven thirty five look at later on this morning on met this morning this let's talk about some some birthdays hear what he's saying that we have a few this morning we don't have a ton but we got enough just to get going today is September the thirtieth wow it's the last day of the month sharing. we gotta get cooking we gotta get going here the states in nineteen seventeen born on this date Buddy Rich the American jazz drummer and bandleader of the Buddy Rich band where we go he was born in Brooklyn New York and now live to be seventy years old was born on this date in nineteen seventeen also on this date in nineteen thirty one Angie Dickinson place woman remember her yes she was born in the North Dakota on this date in nineteen thirty one eighty eight today also on this date in nineteen thirty six Jim Sasser James Sasser whichever you prefer our former senator here from Tennessee. was born on this date in nineteen thirty six also on this date. are in on September thirtieth nineteen forty three Marilyn McCoo host and singer she's born in Jersey city you may remember her best from television from the show solid gold she's one of the state in nineteen forty three help me on there sure you you had a little something to help me in here with with Marilyn McCoo limiting then she also do you don't have to be a star to be in my show or should cover that at least I think but did of fifty mention fifth dementia she was in there as well yes but I mean TV show wise solid gold yeah but yeah he exactly right thank you sherry and down the state in nineteen fifty four. Ms Greg Brady for the Brady bunch born in Santa Monica California turn sixty five today while the oldest Brady boy turned sixty five how about those apples not on this date in nineteen fifty eight Marty Stuart born in Philadelphia Mississippi country music singer Marty Stuart I has a work of pretty much everybody in nine country music and and our little bit of rockabilly to his legend yeah we love Marty Stuart Happy Birthday Marty also on this date finally turning a at the ripe old age of thirty nine today Martina Hingis the Swiss tennis player five grand slam titles and there you have it there are your we got one more to Olympic gymnast from the U. S. won the Olympic gold in nineteen ninety six in Atlanta I forgot about this turning thirty eight today is Dominique mochi anu you may remember her with Dominique Dawes to the to Dominique's that dominated in nineteen ninety six at the Atlanta Olympics and there you go about from by the way one more guest for all you rap fans T..

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France follows US to set up military space command

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:02 min | 3 years ago

France follows US to set up military space command

"Above the best deal day parade in Paris was a clue this weekend that France plans to slip the surly bonds birth bound conflicts and had upwards France's President Emmanuel Macron has announced the launch of a new space military will tell us why fronts wants to launch into Star Wars here in the studio has benedict purview who's U._k.. Correspondent for fronts twenty four welcome back benedict so what's your Michael Plan well. His plan is to not just have an air force but Aaron Space Force <hes>. This is not a complete surprise last year president. My call spoke out about the need for a strategy for space defense and this is basically the result. There's a small matter of satellites. There's a small matter of certain countries spying on other people satellites and satellites we forget as we earthlings move about the planet <hes> <hes> actually dependent awful lot looking at a laptop. You're looking at a desk. We've got all kinds of news information G._P._S. that we rely on and of course <hes> what present McCoy saying this is a real matter data of national security. This is about <hes> France needing to control what is happening around it satellites and of course <hes> what comes up is the International Space Race and we know that of course historically <hes> it is the United States Russia earned to some extent China who have been in the forefront of this but France has been playing a rule <hes> as far as an developing a lot of space technology and involvement for quite a while it has it's it's a when you do a little bit of reading into it. The French really do quite like that that the military space work <hes> there's a center in Leo Mobile Down which which has a military surveillance of space objects. It's called Cosmos and in two thousand ten it had a new joint space command. This are natural fascination with space going on here because it seems to be a unique thing to in in Europe at least Franz what what France Louis keen to do and has been doing is developing technology on stunned with the Italians <hes> amongst amongst others so president McCall's vision weren't complete surprise. You is a European one and in the same way that on Tom I should point out by the way that <hes> president mccoo made this announcement about this new military space command as not only as part of the modernization of its armed forces but he did it just before on Saturday on <hes> before Bastida and of course where there's this big military parade <hes> one that is very envied by many countries particularly this current U._S. president <hes> where we saw an involvement of British Spanish Dutch Belgian <hes> some <hes> German troops so it's a context of France playing a key role within the European Space Agency not least by for example making the center <hes> surplus special G._N._A.. which is in French Guyana and crew available available <hes> for launchers and that is really been dubbed Europe's spaceport it also has an important center in to lose so it's not a a complete surprise? It's been historically bubbling away if you will but it's true that it's not a very there is some British involvement and of course there's a very famous French astronaut <hes> Biscay <hes> who has spent rather a lot of time <hes> already <hes> in space exploration <hes> on the International Space Station on I that was back in two thousand seventeen and stunt. He's going to be going the again next year. Tell us about the timing of this announcement during you mentioned the fact that note as a competition going on with with the United States <hes> there's <hes> you know space race. It needs to be one in terms uh-huh protecting the satellites but earthbound troubles is Emmanuel macron trying to divert attention in any way from from difficult issues at home no.

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Keith, New York And Allison Mccoo discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Keith, New York And Allison Mccoo discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Yet. Opening statements today in the trial of a man accused of running a sex cult in upstate New York is expected to be a five to six week trial and numerous witnesses are expected to testify in the case against Keith. For nearly that includes former members of this Albany based self help group that rainier was the head of prosecutors allege he ran a sex cult where women were abused in forced to have sex with him several of his codefendants pleaded guilty, including smallville actress Allison mccoo may testify

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Ben Makuch of Vice takes on police in Supreme Court

Mike Gallagher

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Ben Makuch of Vice takes on police in Supreme Court

"Canada's Supreme Court says a reporter must surrender material police are demanding the supreme court of Canada ruled unanimously Friday that vice media reporter Ben mccoo must turn over to Canada's national police force material he gathered for stories about an accused terrorist in its decision. The Canadian high court said the states interest in prosecuting crimes outweighed the media's right to privacy and gathering the news in two thousand fourteen mccoo wrote three articles detailing former Calgary resident for raw Mohammed Sheridan's involvement with the Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant in two thousand fifteen the Royal Canadian Mounted police directed vice media and mccoo to turn over documents and data relating to communications with Sheridan.

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Xbox One Game Pass New Games For September 2018 Announced

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

Xbox One Game Pass New Games For September 2018 Announced

"That's a good tip. Just generally speaking, I, my son got hacked one time and I'm really glad my credit card information wasn't in there by they bought six hundred dollars worth of fearful gear. And that's what locked me out of that count. Even though it wasn't my money, not you, I, why would you spend your own money and not pay back whatever. So anyway, shadow to go to war though. Yeah, really good news for war. Not surprising at all. Candy crush obviously roadblocks, four night, obviously, but God of war got a far cry, five. I mean, those are obviously to really big drivers. Yeah,

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camille cosby lashes out at the media and her husband's accusers

01:57 min | 4 years ago

camille cosby lashes out at the media and her husband's accusers

"Camille cosby is angry that her husband could soon be behind bars putting on a long statement calling his conviction and injustice that he was labeled guilty by the media and his accusers and didn't get a fair trial she wants the prosecutors to be prosecuted camille cosby bill cosby's wife of fifty four years is calling for an investigation into the actions of montgomery county pennsylvania da kevin steele his cohorts it comes a week after her husband was convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault each of those carries up to ten years in prison camille cosby statement released today goes on to compare her husband's case to a lynch mob and calls into question the truthfulness of accusers she also calls the conviction mob justice and accuses andrea constand his victim of being a liar who only wanted money cosby's lawyer says they will appeal the verdict tanya j powers fox news in the

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Nintendo will release a new mobile game in the genre of action RPG

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Nintendo will release a new mobile game in the genre of action RPG

"It would move units if louise mentioned cells while on the three s there's money there for louise mansion three on switch that by the time that comes out it'll be a bigger switch user base and they'll sell probably millions of copies you know there's a strategy there and i still think that there's a chance that we get a link to the past remake on thirty not link to the past sorry link's awakening okay make on three ds yeah another zelda game on thirty s i'm like that one bit but okay i have to accept it you know i have to your last part of the union tend to rock block comes from games industry dopp is there it says nintendo today announced a new ip exclusive to mobile and developed in partnership with japanese studio side games drag eliya lost in all new action rpg has been codeveloped by nintendo and side games with the aim of quote bringing the life of the shared vision of a new gaming experience with worldwide appeal scheduled for release in japan taiwan hong kong and macau this mccoo mccall kevin your international you're smarter than me m a c you go macau okay i thought putting too much our in macau this summer drag alley lost could also see a us european release date this at a later date as part of this deal nintendo also acquire a five percent stake inside games with mario kart tour slated for release sometime the next twelve months this represents a change in tack for nintendo following the mixed performance of its first.

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