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02:08 min | 7 months ago

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"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:39 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

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"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:58 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I had them all how many would be on my bookshelf but I've gone through so many and I just love him. So the fact that I got to read your book over the last couple of weeks has been amazing. But I'm always amazed at the details that go into it. Some kind of just interested in the how do you go about your research in the Organization of a book like this or with a big like this? You had to become a in how to combine the qualities of A. Detective with. An archaeologist. Innocence. You're token about events new. Half. A century ago. So. I mean, like you said, like you said yourself, I'm here which is surrounded by books about the Beatles. The most Retina boot bind in history. A. When you come to project you have to ask yourself to salient question, cody, which is s does the world need another another Beatles. And the unsold of some fantastic, Jake. Some blowy books and great pieces of walk I guy to evaluate. Taken very seriously the seediest skull us and these binds seemed to attract that level of scholarship from people. So I pushed it with the view of. First of all with it being ninety, six eight when I did it for the up vessels the book was that Wind McCook new book as John, Lewis would always looking for diversity of. Moments, you can attach something to so I took the view. Look at nineteen, sixty, nine through the prism old half century. And perhaps using not. So not ideal of being a local detective and piece together all the elements from nineteen, sixty nine. And almost, diety form Codeine obergefell diagnosed. With then people can people can then definitely de. Video sections the of more appealing to. So I thought if you could stitch together a nominative. Month by month non-active looking events happen in specific months, and then by during that, then you're compiling this. Through, the entire year and by doing so you hopefully producing some kind of cohesive whole end of moisture such I always say I quixote Yoho by different get lost in Translation Gio to an ideal you. I just always thought that the Beatles the music is the music, but the story of the binders is really compelling essential for people. If you if you're a good story, then the beat told really the uninvited in not an aspect for being joss fantastic story on it so. I completely agree and I think that it's for me anyway for some reason nineteen sixty nine seemed to be the year that for whatever reason. I. Knew The least about and I'm curious. Did you find that? That was that you uncovered some things that you were like you didn't know going into it as someone who's studied the Beatles allowed. The idea of the idea of essential at not to try and uncover some mystical revelation, but to try a to try and peel by the layoffs. Signed you speak. To do this with any credibility. Court was to try and speak to people who ended binds ORB at that same either professionally or personally because the problem with a bind like the Beatles is stories, become legends and legends become mets nine job to try dive down into the weeds died down into the the tangled roots of the owner. Katya ends trying set three fight from fiction notably do that with the speech people. So what for me was interesting was to be able to speak to people who were witnesses to history. Again they've taken events because the problem is. There's been so much mythology attached to the bind nobody's it's only natural understanding of Paul, McCartney and Ringo Starr can't remember key points of the past and what chance to see. Historians House executive. Approached. With a view to speak to people I spoke to testified people Ed, for example, men who? Would ended in Twickenham studios foaming alleged. Ed Don Rushton. Medical Guide who stayed with joining Yoku through much of nineteen sixty nine. Yeah. A guy who is involved with the coding gift piece of John's so and when I spoke to these guys, why did find cody was they even after all taken even for a guy who you've laid everything that you can still cheese oh, fantastic stories. Yeah. I took the view the these stories when used to me. Than perhaps a show. The MNUCHIN me they might be interesting for the people who Who who unaware of absolutely. Yeah. So that was the challenge. in Saints Chine but something new to the table as not some mystical new revelation. You know I mean, even even today you hear things like the secret recordings were gonNA continue after nineteen, sixty, eight, I don't believe. I will maybe come onto the Peter Jackson the be. Challenge and not was a goal I think. biolog-, a the tool of. Yes okay here. But yeah, I, I don't I. Don't know if there's another book that I've read. That's been this month to month linear account and I kinda want to jump into that. So it's opens in London obviously just cold London in January and The kind of. Right away goes into that the recording. Let it be in the obvious infamous rooftop concert on three Seville road. And What are some details that our listeners might not know that kind of took place behind the scenes that day without giving away the key takeaways from that he might get if you read the book. Yet important thing was just the the the. Assembled avengers assemble the Beatles assembled and. January second ninety-six today to begin what on what would eventually become led to be that tape was cold get bike at unofficial important here to apply some context to depleted. I think that's important. Thing here is context. Because they had not long finish, the grilling stations for the way album when she's ever been able knew it is a double album and it took five months to call the way album. Remember how many songs off until maybe twenty sewn. The really draining expedience. Here, they wear west and two months later back in the studio in the context is this. Event Diagram Cody if you imagine Van Dyke on if we can go back to when described as. You can imagine van dig- On with the Beatles in the middle of. John Lennon, Paul McCartney Joe China's Rangel stop in the middle and shooting off in various directions of these diagrams. Diagrams can consist of a issues business issues. Pass no issues and simply maturity issues. But the coin cakes is by the time they arrived bite in the studio. I should save Paul McCartney's behest. Professionally a passing away exhausted liberal judge drained. Copy Boma account is he is relentless Workaho Hallway. He has an incredible work ethic. UNQ- arrive by Mister Dole music. Spoke to him. Who plays with. said. McCartney's tooting should bind in eighteen nineties and he told me music just poor. Help, he has almost like cups. So you know he would arrive with nine, hundred, sixty nine yielded behind some great songs. Under the Beltway for example. To, be sticking. Woman Wayne Lewis Kicking Island two of us. But the other three of suffering from capable only attainable leverage because the religious the restocked point where. The other things happening in the latest being toys, not necessarily for George George and Ringo. We'll certainly for joining George the number one priority, but he'll you how. Sergeant, Major McCarthy. Throwing them into late winning team. Because he thinks it's important to. Keep, the bind going to maintain. Productivity and but it was difficult another three point because A. A, dreadful lethargy had begun to ten for all sorts of reasons. There's I, mean there's all these everybody's not going to be on the same plane creatively all the time. So of McCartney's doing that I, mean who can expect to be able to keep up with that and you know they were obviously under a lot of pressure from the label I forget exactly what they're deal was, but they had to produce a certain amount of music every year so. Might not be challenging for Paul, to do that. But then you're also going to have these egos coming in and that's a lot what you talk about in the book of you know I, WanNa. Have this song on and I think one of the interesting things that I noticed is the precursor to kind of what became the Abbey Road. Suite was these combination of songs which they kind of started with. majorly with a day in the life, but then they really got into..

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"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:52 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I just have to say as the rock and roll archaeologist. First of all I, just love anything about the Beatles and Ken has done a great job of factually taking what we now know would fifty year rear view mirror and peace all the contention, the inviting the little things that add pebbles to an already growing mountain of crap. Do go out and grab his newest book and in the end the last days of the Beatles wherever you get your good reads, and especially if you're a Beatles not also his Beatles in Scotland is a must have for those funds net ticks. All right. Okay not much on my mind this week well, other than a little vacation from podcast. Land Yep, I'm going to UNPLUG. probably the most I've done certainly since the beginning of the pandemic where I literally do work almost seventy s a week in probably even before that Probably since last year that I've been able to really really unplug. So I'm looking forward to that but real quick. I don't know if it's just me. But we've we found this interesting thing about the Beatles songs whenever we go to find the perfect one for a situation. They almost all weirdly fit for whatever the occasion. or or maybe a set of songs to choose from always seems to fit, and there's always a Beatles song to fit any occasion weddings, funerals announcements praise melancholy whatever your needs might be. Lennon McCartney have what you want. It's weird. I haven't quite come across this with any other band. Usually I have to think about it or worse. There is nothing exactly like I want to say subtly in a song that belongs in context to what I'm talking about. Especially in the rock rock geology podcast. The Beatles just seem to have a song that fits for need. It's like the hallmark card selection at your drugstore. Anyway. Something for all of us to ponder while walking in the woods or not enough to sleep a try it sometimes, and you'll see whatever the occasion there really is a Beatles Song. Obviously. It speaks volumes to their universal appeal and even fifty plus years on. They are still part of the Zeitgeist. Okay. That's it. For this.

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"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:47 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Maybe. and. I was you being prescient. An interesting. And you know John John Join boys interested in politics but. Also I, sit neighbor day attached Yorkers anybody. Can text poetical beliefs by doing anything license? What he'd been crescent. It's an interesting some interesting observation I mean John Lennon up in issue. I. Can Question would you how? would. You have been in a motivated by? Come American politics of US myself that question Ma'am studer making politics are love eating about not just come climate over the come climate makes it more fee but I? I don't. Make me wonder woodland if he had been alleged. Being, motivated to hunt. Against the administration. Now says, no I mean John Usually after double fantasy. The. You say. What you continue point life and maybe your. It's one of those F.. By thinking about. I think I, can see that with some authority. I agree. I think I think he would've spoken up and you know it's interesting that you brought up at yeah Born, nineteen forty he would have been eighty this year and it makes me think of any boils last film yesterday where you know the the idea of of a world without the Beatles. WHAT WH-? Would, they still have been huge in you know you know to Danny's movie. Yeah. They still have been. It's because of the songs it's all the banners. Well I saw that movie 'cause you guys my wife. Tell you this I sat here and saw why didn't I think of that why didn't? I, mean think. So simple why the blazes? And I think we all did. I can because you always looking for something that hasn't been done and the interesting thing the Beatles legacy legitimacy. One of the visas for hops as because of the Taiji who stroked the join line and brings to the host on his Mata in eighteen eighty had gotten hopkinton..

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"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

"Enmeshed in the middle of oldest. Personalities. All John Lennon. McCartney Thomason. Bingo stop and they seem to have deacon on I. said he if he should especially medical I mean that's a lot of people in America who stole a gallon, the Beatles even sixty. Sixty years old fifty five years on I some candles. Coaching divinities. Held in his high an eye, the sound become. Influential. Because they all have. Influenced so many binds subsequent to so. Does speak to the quality have but. As I mean you know? Why did we still talk about? So many years after the after the events. Why do we still talk of? You know what we? Re told him. He's a quarter century. Half a century. We still talking but the Beatles, another fifty years type when you and I are pushing up. Now it's a nice probably yes. Because there's always something you you can find and that's why I wait wait. Equate the for me a phone something you. Post something using the table. Now who is covered and see the painting decades has done in a connor. Lacking Roy. And never spoken before so that I, always Louisiana can be teased. With the beach seem to absently. I saw phenomenon also to win and I don't see changing I think no, always be something you ended the. Music all songs. I think it was a very, very special time. That is. Something I harp on of over and over again, that you know musicians weren't treated You know like mythic creatures before The rock and roll age and you know now it seems that the sun is setting on musicians being treated that way again, you know you know this this is this is not how music normally works it just you know it became you know the Language of for at least two generations if not three generations and it's been replaced. music doesn't hold the same sway that it it for for people like you and I you know social media is now people have asked me well, what does think it's hip hop rapping a no no, it's not music at all. It's it's social media. Now is holds the same place that music did for. People of our. Age So. you know you quote Lenin in the book. After he gives back his Mbe talking about the communist menace and American paranoia and him basically saying America won't be overrun by communists it will fall from within. he was trying to quote Sin Zoo their the art of war. So was he just pressing? Your..

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"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"By the ten months. Yes. And even off the land and hottest linger densely wise up and the skills that ice and the shot while claim. By, but I say companies only low. US. Finding divine I owe a sudden. No I think I think. You mentioned to ever colder combine a heartbeat. If John. John. Said, let's let's put it back together. Yeah. Paul would have would have figured out a way to make that happen and and you know in today's world. It's funny. Have had many discussions with. You know with the legends in their position where you know. In the back in the day you either were abandoned you weren't a band. Band can go on hiatus. They can do solo projects and come back together after a few years and everything's good and you just pick back up which you know in a weird sort of way just seems normal and the idea that you know an artistic endeavor should just end. you know just goes to show just that that you know the commercialization of the the corporatization side of things the business side of things just takes over so much that you you inevitably just take on the language and the expectations of a business as opposed to you know four guys getting together making music always take the you know that if I if I get a couple of obvious question. I see a bind Susan in rockall number. You know. The famous famous armistice. Each shallow weedy. Then I she these four guys walking sides a walking off is zebra crossing an into history. I enough saints quick. Pass new point of you. I'm. Not because there was no L. Aesthetically, it makes perfect second. Newer more diminishing towns by you may get by five years, you might get back in ten years. And you make an album, of course. You hold off against you hold up to the light against the white album. Well, it's not quite. Back to the beachell sailed it's no doing away. Album is an analyst sudden, your reputation, your legacy, and keep before.

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Pantheon

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

"To. And this spring the speaks. To, the enduring the hide and I think the oversight. Despite. All the sniping from the site joins older sniping megacity new I think think that you know the the still had this this attachment, each this point, another breakable going and is interesting I think. One thing John. Lennon's defenses John Lennon. It seems to me had an incredible ability. To Cope pop mental is his moods. You know..

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Pantheon

04:29 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

"Charleston or you can just saying the names, John Lennon Own, McCartney, John Tyson stop needs still coney eaves and to Pew Bipolar on what was the most difficult point. I think is a is an interesting situation. But medal darkness. You still have the music at the end of the day is amusing the. Strongest D-. Yeah Oh without doubt You know you mentioned earlier you know we were talking about just the. You know the the. Like aspect of the band and how they took their job seriously and then the immense amount of pressure, and then the time crunch that you put into it. Lesser Human Beings would have just put out you know maybe a song or two, and then a bunch of crap. But that's not what happens. Here. You've got you know as you said, seven years of almost every album being subpoenaed earlier to the one preceding it it's just. It's incredible. Any you know whatever angle you look at it it's really just an incredible period of time. You anybody in history each. Album is forward by a much superior. I mean you can argue whether the way. The sound and he's already. But. It's a double album. All these discussions are very healthy. I'm a great believer in. One of the magical things. As, you can have so many different points of. I still come at the same site to go. Just thank you know that you'll never see no exodus find again in terms of the fluency of subsequent generations but. When And As, a good example of the. Quite going. Question the worst would did. spotify is not invite a Lennon Megani. So but it's a George Harrison Song here comes the. Because active, we'll take your child's Mois. Let's coming up on the rails. But often I I was always fascinated by the Even know what? Reaching the end of this was so much happening in older lace spoke of ended on. What casting the what s help Rates in the van the end. which is also incredible. Oh I completely agree. So do you think that first ring of the bell towards their demise was the sudden death? A Brian? Epstein? It has a significant ought to play. You say finding the division bail in a sense. You know lying moist. The Guy, who wrote all these strands together Louise quite prepared to. DEAL WITH POLGE twins joins wends Georgia's. Rangan have anyone's because he was quite happy to go with little. And he seemed to be able to compartmentalize all these different issues and create some kind of unique. At I died all of a sudden the ship take tiny as long as on the looks. A. Note to. No, the debt needs somebody to be a business mind I. mean you may have left by it's one of US Open ended questions. You know when? Yeah. Yeah. Because Brian Brian as as as good of a personal manager he was. Business Wise. I might give him a C. Yeah SASINA. Semesters. Yeah Yeah. So they always had that side of the business side was always influx and and I think to your point if things had gotten a serious with. with Brian and really looking deep into the books yet they may have decided they needed. Somebody. Clinch. Yeah, yeah you know. So that gets to the first point because you know you know Brian is the year before You point to apple cores..

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"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"To trump or creativity into such a short. Yeah. Has Seven years. Yeah. Don't Mush ignore and say this whole news. Yeah. It's quite the norm for Bein institute five years to make an album, but it takes a takes these guys were relentless in the Esi and I think you can. Always it the. Comment from buying instant anybody said to show ended he's go. We call next week. McCartney Bullshit Vashem task we can buy and I'll. They had. A week off from tooting and that's That's also to be. Chretien to albums a year. A year. Once America won't you own your? European tres I mean. Eh. World Tours. Yeah. Known Stock Trade I in between old, you have to look to the next album to the next single. Yet recorded. And it was landless an I. Don't do. Hey. I know. Nervous Systems Inc. together in the fish and I think maybe having a little guys in the bond ilk. The. Four right guys all seem to balance each other out. You know. I I've said, and go to my grave saying without the addition to Ringo. There's no Beatles That was that final piece that just created not only a balance, a personality in an some some wisdom of that Ringo brings but you know this unique plain style which adds to this unique soundscape that they They are able to lean on throughout the the the years of recording together. You have a huge lingo financial you know he does. Backdrop noon again. But Sleep full shades of the same script Christian and if you remove one say. Doesn't walk. Now falls apart. And that now, Django thank y'all had I could possibly. Could. Yes and you you hear great dramas as a whole. Ken's born him when he was alive and. Neil pair on and on. L. One of them a abide were to see Ringo Starr is a drama and the overall. And I think bingos not bengals thumbing today beachell. uninventive simply so many hours fall. You only have to listen to the driving tomorrow never lose for..

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"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:50 min | 7 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Pantheon

"Welcome to deeper digs, Ken mcnabb, how you doing today Thank you very much having the. Oh Of course of course, I think your your coming to us from way up in the northern reaches of Scotland. Yeah, normally limited based in. Scotland White I away from my own sort of. Looking Advani missed the AETNA. Definition of Scotch mist. Distance. Early. On the noise. Nice. Together we. My and I up in. In a waste in Scotland Fife. Nice to be. occupied. Waiting to. Oh. Yeah. I Bet I. Bet everybody deserves a little vacation now and then sell. Well, let's let's dive into your book and in the end. So I guess the first question might be and and you know this is a sort of an obvious one. A lot of people have asked Apple. Let's get your opinion on it. If John wouldn't have been murdered in nineteen eighty dea think the fab four would ever return to record and tour again. I very much dirty because she. Very. The loss of discussions over a ten years old the binds break-up. Discussing. Being. Saying, you might have to on the same page. was. Never was an occasion where all the. Good. Reasons for about a mini fussing to the members. When they split up officially in ninety. Seven Terrible raise of. Tenable legacy of feeling between them. because. They had been they helping mushroom growing and say it'll useless so long. It's inevitable the. People Alive School in different directions this year off in different directions you get older they form new associations you on ships. Are, there was never up point and it did take some time those winds to heal. And and even in the. member. Will think of. Songs been involved with that Benedetti fight. To Pike and. Regional disowns keep the county. Goes. How ill may pointed to each other through the songs in the Lennox on song the winds took a long time to. Have Your sleep just probably run of venomous. Estimate Nationally did take some time for them to reconcile to put enough distance. Bluewater between them all and then for them to at least have some kind of. Friendship in a sense but attain against in nineteen seventy five, which is not along. When you consider binds nowadays. Private to make an album. Nineteen seventy five join Lennon's reconcile that you go into a game they have a son coach join and he says well. Guys. Hop taking five years to look after to give my son my against and I neglected to give all son because early on. So it was never any point Christian where only on the same page. Quite. Quite beautiful because. The money. But together. Using. But. They've been thrown all kinds of money at them. Including thirty, five, hundred dollars from Lorne Michaels, which was probably the closest to the the the the the the serious offer that they might have actually followed up on. That was the only one that that maybe. Just. Because of the joke of it and being goons, fans and Saturday night live being the next iteration of the goons if you will they might have. That Because oil McCartney actually watching together Mill Chris Uber. George showed up the next week and said, okay, let me have the check in novels. For All four walters take my piece of it. I think. Jerry's. Yeah I don't I. Don't know if I agree can I mean certainly you're right in the seventies it would not have happened but.

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"mcnab" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"mcnab" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At Marconi. Dash foods dot com. Third period is Next. Here for a recap is Chris Boden Fella. Second period recap a whole lot like the 1st 1 Vegas scores. The on ly Go back in the opening 20 was a Shorthand Italia by William Karlsson. Hawks still played pretty well overall in that first period and times. They kept pushing her to kill off a couple of penalties in the early going in that second period as later cuckoo is called for interference. Alex Knee lander for hooking. They are three for three on the penalty kill, but ah, a couple of minutes after Neil Anders penalty expired, it was an opportunity for Vegas to take it to nothing. Lee they're able to cash in their Saad into the right wing corner. Vegas known Eat McNab to the puck leaves it for Tae ves chipped office stick to the line taken away by the Golden Knights. Tuck moves it in over the hot line here. Schmidt overto. Tuckey shoots, Save rebounds Car Follow up shut And a first goal in his NHL playoff career. Patrick Brown scoring for Vegas. It's now two. Nothing. Golden Knight. Yeah, Patrick Brown getting on the board of the 15 23 mark from Tuck and Schmidt. Blackhawks will have about a minute of power play time remaining on a Brayden McNabb boarding call late in that second period. Shots were 12 7 in favor of Vegas, now 18 16 their lead for the game hawk still struggling in the face ofthe circle tonight, they have Ah, one, only 14 of 39 draws to this point. And they're going to be the punk a little bit here in this third period. See if they could do something with this opening power play as they trail the Vegas Gold Knights to nothing After two periods on the period number three of Game three Once again here's Gianna Troi. Alright, thank you very much, Krystle. The teams are on the ice surface and we'll.

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Virus restrictions fuel anti-government 'boogaloo' movement

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Virus restrictions fuel anti-government 'boogaloo' movement

"Virus restrictions of field an anti government boogaloo movement the look of the boogaloo movement is designed to stand out in a crowd they wear Hawaiian shirts and leis they also have tactical gear and high powered rifles one expert says coronavirus stay at home orders have put a stressor on a lot of very unhappy people J. J. McNab at George Washington University says the rhetoric goes beyond virus restrictions to talking about killing FBI agents or police officers to get the war going some boogaloo followers maintain they are advocating for violence but law enforcement officials say they have foiled bombing and shooting plots I am a Donahue

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KOA 850 AM

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"mcnab" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Donovan McNab or Steve McNair or a Russell Wilson are back in June so there are things that that come along that could have changed the mind okay there was a long time cultures they wanted to run their system they drafted a quarterback in that quarter record learn the system and it took me years to get on the field right now because you're having to pay Ricky Phillips money these owners want to get productivity out of each player's much faster well how are you you can't lessen the learning curve the learning curve is still gonna be here for what the only way that you could do that if you implement things that they're already familiar with there you go and in these cultures are doing that other necessity because the older requiring after spending these great resources that high draft picks on players I need to productivity out of right away and that's what you saw you know Russell Wilson plated media only coming out of that third round pick out of Wisconsin the guys started all every game every single year for eighth grade students I thank them for the postseason and seven out of New York and so we gotta be able to design it for they'll not enough to bring nine teams in their own ability to learn the playbook and retain information and be able to go out on the field and execute that's why leadership is important at that position because they've got a vehicle the others how can you lead others if you don't know what you're doing so they have to have a certain amount of mental acuity to be able to process the playbook and take it out on the field and turned it into productive action so that's kind of the short answer to that question or maybe longer answer if you will Sally you know we know that pro football focus does a great job evaluating these players that are going to go from the college game to the pro game last week we talked about the quarterback position this week focusing on the running backs and you know when you look at guys like a D. Andriy swift from Georgia Jonathan Taylor from Wisconsin Zack moss from Utah how does PFF have guys like this graded as they're getting ready to go to that next level in their career malls are number one rated one but you have a high level of what we call our leases rating but think of the looks of waiting time unless you're a quarterback it would be their quarterback passer rating right so it's basically a combination of a lot of different things you know source next goals yards after contact right yards before contact the factors in here too a lot of what the running backs you are so dependent upon so many other things in other words could be a great runner but if the office of line isn't blocking you're always getting hit in the backfield you're not going to be very productive okay if you are a guy who is a downhill runner but you're you're being asked the world to get you're not gonna be very productive focus system that you play in also you're really one of those things that allows you to be productive or maybe one of the things that injures a productivity so we got a lot of those things where we try to boil it down to the things up and running back and controlled himself then controlled blocking or you can't control what system you're in the lead one of the other things that the Lana can control himself the card he gets the ball okay what is happening if you get hit the post guys cutting five yards down the field were not given him credit for that by Yardeni work begins when the first one blocked under a rock so if that's how we do it who's got more productive than right now that we spoke to the college career at least this last season that moss is a loop of right now there are other things that come into play when evaluating running back your ability to track off and on third down if you are a great learner but can't stay on the field on third down because your poor pass protector they don't they're not gonna leave yet again I have to get out of here well there's no way we're gonna read you higher than that other guy might have got a lot of money back which is not a book on a better all around complete back so you're not gonna be right hi some of the other guys so we we take a look at a lot of different areas and that's how we got to give you we think blank one he was very young very swift is another guy a jury talented running back out of Georgia a nominal and so that's where I could put here to combine holding one near weld county moved to catch the ball that matters because that Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor didn't do a whole lot of activity so now you got to bring him here to ask him to do those things that he could see how he moved in this past route and how he catches the ball with great ease you need to be able to see that if you have an offense that features a running back in that way Sally let me ask you this because it used to be it used to be a time when you needed a certain type of player you went to a university because you knew that you would get that kind of player every single time and at Miami fort along as it was the running back position and defensive line I mean that that would end the safe deposit it was just a school to produce the but but the defensive line that they produced that the players that they produce for a long time was outstanding and then you looked at schools that produce quarterbacks USAID he's another one of these quarterbacks down that line does that still exist in evaluation of players because you meant you mention swift and of course of course Nick Chubb I thought was outstanding last year I think that he's one of the better running backs we've seen in a long time do you kind of look at if the head coach is there at the running back coach is there the next running back that they have in their position is also going to be a baller there's no doubt not just me but I think in a full team they they have an on and off with the really good coaches a college football level in doesn't really good job of coaching technique and fundamentals that translate well at our level and and stresses at work you have a pro style system on offense I am at the post office will that mean you're you're you're you might get shot down but you're also taking snaps under center your what were dropping from center to hitting the top of your crop three step five step seven step drop all passing route the coordinator but the gap in the drop of the quarterbacks receivers have to know that because they got to be coming out of the break at the top of bail out if you went to LSU sailing camp Cameron with the office coordinator those receivers like Jarvis Landry Odell Beckham junior date work all those things and didn't have to what all new to them when they got to the NFL level and that's that goes step both to have a number of different positions at a number of different schools because that's where the good coaches are often one coach fares is at university of Iowa this is a guy really good coach really good friends with Bella check it coast at the NFL level with Bella check in sleep in when they were all in Cleveland he doesn't you look at the often the ones that come out of Iowa their program they've got good technique good fun fundamentals and they just do a really good job and so between now with good coaches aren't adept at me just because you play for that school and played at that position that you're a good player you know it's not everywhere the school code by these coaches are are you know coming to the NFL and are successful but at least it's a good place to go shopping for talent okay did you know that those guys at least a good part all the right things Alex let's look at the body of work let's look at the tape last past the McConnell and see how they do Sally you are the best we we always appreciated every Wednesday when you come on in and talk a little football with us and I can't wait to catch up with you next week you guys are the best al you're to blame them having to set off for you and your honor all right thank you Sally we appreciated some of the cuts joining us from pro football focus here with big Alan Jo Jo I came away the voice of Colorado John Morrissey with a check your drive the crash on the collar city regardless like I. seventy six near eighty eight stop and go traffic all the way back down to two seventy highway seven west of a hundred and seven to two eighty seven you've got a crash of on the north side and that along at foothills drive ninety three approaching sixty four of one seventy two are your drive this afternoon down of the Czech center you've got a crash county line near Broadway Evans and Holly Mississippi in Santa Fe also it says were full of action is right now the cleaning up one at first and Sheridan and what a Peoria at Mont du your drive downtown very busy I twenty five heavy from I. seventy six to see four seventy four seventy was about your battle that bright side heading out across 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"mcnab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mcnab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"mcnab" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"So I ask you peel, g is Donovan McNab a hall of Famer. No, he's not when you think about it to what is your gut react? Action when someone asks you that question. It's no. It can't be. How's it? Yes. Like how I understand? Not even turn the heat on. Donovan Donovan was like, you know, for me tiled hood here like, yeah he was the first eagles quarterback, I ever knew growing logged on McNabb. Yeah. Like I had his jersey I was huge Donovan fan to get to interview him, like the radio did at the two thousand seventeen NFL draft. He was sitting literally goal, that was like amazing. I couldn't even fathom that now obviously, there's a funny reason to be frustrated. Donovan off the field. Disappointed to in some of those things that happened or legendary happened with NFL network and everything. So not like trying to idolize him here as the perfect person by any means. But describing it to the hall of fame thing yet. He's just not everyone knows it. Everyone knows that deep down inside of you. It's a total like testing. It's it doesn't even sound right. Hall of fame, like NFL are pro football hall of Famer Don McNabb like it doesn't sound right? I think he is close. I, I always think about how Tom. Brady's still playing in like Don McNabb like isn't even that different like age wise from him. Like there is a world where Donovan, I guess, maybe like takes care of himself better or whatever and is able to extend his career more in that world. Maybe he is. Like I don't think he is super far away. But I think he is like considerable distance away where he is not in the hall of Famer and the way his career ended it's pretty bad. He obviously was great with eagles, but outside of that he was hugely horrible with Washington, the Minnesota, and those things against you that counts against your legacy when you're when you're bad like that. You don't I don't think you just take the good. Like you have to consider the whole picture there. And Donovan, I just, I don't think measures up and I think maybe it's unfair. But part of the narrative to or the, you know, the thing with him is he never got it done. And that's always part, that's how he's gonna be remembered, unfortunately, for him. And I think that kind of goes into it, too. I don't know enough about Warren Moon to really say. Either way. But it almost sounds to me like if it similar that he shouldn't be in. I don't know. Yeah, I think I think with Warren Moon, I think, actually what they did is they took into consideration. Some of his time in the Canadian football was USFL. He was fair. I mean is the pro football hall of the NFL hall of fame like I get it. But at the same time, you know, I think.

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"mcnab" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mcnab" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Oh well hey guys thanks thanks for having me on you know i think i did maybe like a hundred commercials before you anybody ever likes news why was because of modern family i i worked with a lot with a guy named joe pitta who directs the commercials i did a bunch of ibm commercials i did a commercial with donovan mcnab for visa that that philly fans will for sure remember i trimmed trimmed a topiary in the in the in the like of donald mcnabb and then he comes out not like donald but i did like yeah that's not my yard man and i remember i remember that one i didn't know that was you if yeah well you know you wouldn't you wouldn't know you wouldn't know it's me but commercials were awesome i i loved i look i'm glad i'm not going on commercial auditions anymore i'm not gonna lie to you i still have plenty of friends that keep me attached to that world and tell me stories that make my jaw dropped but i knew it was i knew it was getting time for me to be out of commercials it's very specific story when i went to an audition one time and i i was supposed to be in a suit and tie for sears commercial but i never wore what they told me where to to commercial additions because i was like no i'm not i'm not a sheep i'm not gonna just jump through that fiery hoop because you asked me to so i show up and and the and the casting person was like where's your suit and tie and i'm like oh did they built set in there too.

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"mcnab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mcnab" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Coast fly about another thing months of of rally before there was a real correction for that one so we don't take that as really being an immediate impact on knock it but what was actually very in there was uh i don't know if he's a big fan of on the bill mcnab whose databank outgrew i e i said i didn't uh re if he he's been mentioning that the the big thing that needs to be worried about at the moment easing back in a come from the sauna spice uh from these types of fiber some sort of slog or if he actually mention navy than we do agree with this very much as it's going to be something another a quick look would have to sign dna in them um and also the the wannacry attack this lonely and sweep of an egg coming up saying that uh financial markets and banks uh to have most cumin motivates in place to protect themselves from some sort of a sabra event the day now you don't know exactly what the kind of data we actually do agree that that it's going to be the beat i'm known event that yeah the biggest on the horizon and uh whatever happens up from from the ags and the called spices has begun one happens that's an interesting one hadn't heard that before um you know the mood was very good in the past few days and i even slipped into your notes uh that we would ask you about you know are we finally heading for a ten percent correction that every time we get a couple of percent blitz it just seems that investors come back to corporate earnings and global girls by hi it now quitting cause global growth is actually going on and it's actually taking place and it's something that needs to be needs to be looked at eventually we do heart the central bank's rubio stands act let companies tech out from uh from uh from the rise of the vehicles the cars on route okay james james we need us mandra vf s group of continue the discussion in a moment bringing doug christner for a full look at the markets still looks like some gains here although percentagewise much less than in the united states this is the the.

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