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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All right. So what's interesting here is that Guess what we have the exact same lead singer as we had on the Ted Nugent Song. And the Ted nugent Brian. How leaps from the Ted nugent band into bed company whereas Paul Rogers you may ask well He's gone so so the other interesting thing. Here is the guy who starts out. This whole thing starts off this whole Lou. Gram thing is Paul Rogers. Paul Rogers is the original Lou. Gram you know across that free material and all those classic bad companies. Bad Company hits. It's that it's that phrasing it's that is that way of It's almost like a casual a little bit of talking. Talking style in there a little bit of a scat style Know a little bit of a ad-libbing And just this really cool sonorous bluesy voice. So it's so so the you know the pedigree as Paul through Into these guys in. Yep Put Charley Hyun in there I suppose and And so here we have Brian how coming in from the penetrator album. This is off of the fame and fortune album Issued October twenty second in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty six Again I out of all of these. I would say you know my favorite time that this is done out of all these. Like the most successful creatively to me is your heap followed by Rainbow Kansas is a brief period. But I do love drastic measures Ted nugent. I'm not I'm not a crazy off the hook fan of penetrator in that style but to me. That's the bright spot in Ted's career really from from nugent. All the way up into that crave man love grenade era which I love. There's nothing in there. In between that I think is all that great except for I do quite like penetrator and little Miss Dangerous so I mentioned all this to say bad company is kind of in that Ted Nugent camp that Kansas Camp tied for third fourth and fifth. Because you know I think this is good stuff. It's it's a creditable era for them. I mean I obviously I I you know I worship the original bad company not worship. I mean I just. I do like that band. I think they're really cool band but the interesting thing about this Brian. How era is that So this doesn't certify but nineteen eighty-eight dangerous age goes gold nine hundred ninety s holy water goes platinum and here comes trouble which I believe is ninety two gold so he's around in this ban for four albums that's a really good long run and it's a super successful run for these guys You know people forget how big bad company was in this and you know. They're so they're basically in there as kind of a bluesy route c Grandfatherly bands. So they've got the pedigree from the past Simon and Mick Ralphs But but they're operating. They've got this guy who allows them to operate in in the hair metal zone or be valid in this. So there's a bunch of these hair metal bands that you could come from the seventies and still be successful in hair metal. You could be Ozzy Alice Cooper Kiss Aerosmith so a lot of these guys. Scorpions Did did well in the in the eighties as well as so. A lot of these guys. a lot of these guys from the Seventies. They're they're they're kind of allowed into the club by by basically being founders of the club and and with Brian. How COMING IN. He gives them that. That sweet voice that That Bryan Adams that Lou Graham Situation and they can right around that and they could write these melodic tunes tunes and they can have some hits so So this was. This was good. You know these bands when they look back at this you know at the time probably a most critics would be saying who cares bad company. Who SAYS BRIAN? How Idiot doing this right? But when these bands look back when you know fans who were there look back at these times you know with with some rose colored glasses in twenty twenty hindsight and all those cliches. It's you know you're going to look back on your career and realized that that you that you had this long run in this the second win and it was just kind of cool having all that and doing all that So there you go. That's it so that is episode. Forty six the foreigner effect. I hope you like this. I did want to mention What was I think? Oh yes so. I just had a had another couple of things that I was going to put in. If I couldn't find five that were absolutely perfect and one Interesting situation is when Van Halen. Got Sammy Hager into the band for their very first album. Fifty one fifty they actually had. Mick Jones from foreigner in as the producer very odd choice And I can't say he really did much to the band. I mean basically Van Halen. His esteem roller of personalities. And that sounds almost more van. Halen ASK ANY VAN. Halen album except for you know this. This shocking change in the vocalist. But so they do bring vocalist in. Who Nudges just a little bit closer to to the Blues? Certainly away from what? David David Lee. Roth was doing in Sammy. Hagar but what they do do. That is a little more for foreigner. Ash Is Is there are ballads of various speeds? There is keyboards and and more like Montavani. Hey good hardy keyboards not not the cool sense of jumper our last episode right one foot out the door and stuff like that. No this is. This is basically big. You know hallmark greeting card keyboards right. So they are they are essentially doing some foreign rish type things in a over across all of the Sammy. Hagar era in another one. I wanted to you know. I thought that was kind of interesting that most people would know about an but it was too early to say it was because of the foreigner effect. There's this Canadian Ban Moxie. Who had this really cool gruff singer and they were really raw heavy band and then for their last album before later reunion stuff they brought in Mike Reno Who was called on this record? I believe it's called Mike Rouse gear. Mike Risen Hausky Basically Pre loverboy Mike Reno was in Moxie for their for their last album. What the heck was it called something? The lights out on the lights something like that. Anyways they they They became quite a quite a more commercial software abandoned. And that guy's voice You you could. You could nudge with a little extra push into this sort of can't but I believe that record is nine hundred seventy eight so it's not really you can't really say this is. This is a big foreigner affect foreigners. First Album is nine hundred seventy seven. Maybe a little bit. You know you're looking for a hit and they're thinking that this guy could bring it to him and boy could eat because You know a loverboy boy was nothing to sneeze at. They were massive massive band. And there's another band right there. There's a whole band not one that changed But there's a whole band that that you could say has a little bit of that foreigner fact and and you know they're they're almost that hybrid between the foreigner effective foreigner themselves. And there's there's also kind of foreigner Nash to to the whole Bryan Adams phenomenon. Loverboy is there in Vancouver and Bryan Adams's in Vancouver. And and as I mentioned we've got a couple of Bryan Adams covers You know across the bands. We talked about in In this episode So there you go. Let's wrap it up there You can go to the history five five songs. Facebook page or my personal page could also go to and comment give me suggestions. I as you can see some of these suggestions I mean. Michael gave me that suggestion. I was so basically a fired up to do this episode a half hour later. I was doing the episode after after getting that. That one nudge over the top and then and then like I say me coming up with Kansas So yeah go go talk there. It's a lively community. You can go to Martin POPOFF DOT COM for any of my books You know I signed them right here in the office and send them out The latest is anthem. Russian the seventy s and Danamon leather Saxons I ten years. Yeah what I called it And the maiden Oh actually only the first maiden is still available. Both priests are still available. I'm talking these. Recent book satisfaction the The ten albums change my life that that came from the Gold Mine and that was a fun one But that's it so we shall sign off thanks again for listening we shall see you again for Hopefully for episode forty seven. Find all of our shows notes social links at www.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All right so definitely wanted to play something off of this album. This was picked to represent the fact that be. You know the core of Swan Song I would say sixty five percent of their business What was led Zeppelin and so the first record to come out on Swan Song Long? This is coming out of there. They WanNa form this label their their previously on Atlantic. They're still going to be distributed by Atlantic but all the records up until now so we've got led Zeppelin we've got to three The untitled or fours Ozo- or whatever you WANNA call it houses the holy so this is the first led Zeppelin album on Swansong. It's double album. This is an album that I've often referred to as My favorite album of all time. But I've also had a few others have said that black Sabbath sabotage queen one dictators. Blood Brothers You know there's there's there's a number of them But and I've often said that you know nine hundred seventy five fiscal graffiti Sabotages seventy-five and sabotage essentially accomplish the same creative goals. Led Zeppelin took two albums to make. So that's when when I give my little dig. It led led Zeppelin because they were constantly giving little digs at black sabbath so they deserve it but I am. I literally like say I think this is the aircraft carrier area of Of Rock records. It's just unbelievably diverse. It's pretty darn heavy. This song you just heard of course is a pretty heavy song You you know an interesting sidebar. This song is it really sounds a lot. Like Lady of the lake later on on rainbows long live rock and roll. But it's up. It's one of the cool heavy songs on this record and of course there's You know Kashmir's on this record. The rover houses the Holy Custard Pie. Heavy one against sick again is really cool. One night flight for cool. Poppy one just a really cool diverse album certainly by far my favorite led Zeppelin album and and one of the one of the biggest sellers obviously early on on Swan Song. So so let's take a little break. We'll be right back. Okay before we move on. I forgot forgot to do this when we were talking about bad company. But you know the odd time along the way I would When I interview these guys you know I would always ask about Swansong I? I don't have a Paul Rogers. I just quote for you here. There's a few other guys that I've I've had You know asked about it but I did ask Mick Ralphs from bad company about Swansong. And here's what he told me so. Yeah well this is a very different set because one set up when we were first involved with Peter Grant and then I think led Zeppelin success. They wanted their own label to have control over the record output so the label was formed. And it's just a label really then we signed to that label then with Zeppelin us. Pretty Things Dave Edmunds. I think Maggie Bell that was the original roster of artists very small label. There were offices in London very very unassuming. I went by the recently to show my wife Or somebody where the officers were and they couldn't believe it was just really an ordinary drab building. Not at all impressive. It was rented from somebody be who owned it but the building is now used as an office record. Company doesn't exist anymore but at least building we used it during the seventies the period of time that we're involved with them Peter Grant was our manager where he also had an office. There are more like one room in this building is just like sort of a terraced house if you like with three floors and he had an office at the top and there was a place you did interviews below. Oh and a reception area below that and I've got another one for you later as we move on but yes that's bad company. What is our third one here? Here so We've got led Zeppelin physical graffiti right so we are up to number three on our history and five songs. Let's take a little listen to this first first of all This is something competition by the band. Detective.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You like you some Bad Company. election day. you know I like Bad Company because this is a monumental day. watchers lead singer. you're saying this song on this day. well. thirty five years ago today. back in nineteen hundred seventy four. Bad Company went to number one on the U. S. album charts. the soul. and the album title. Paul Rogers Simon Kirk straight out of the group three. Mick Ralphs with motto. Boz Burrell bass player parking. they produce six albums together before they called it quits in nineteen hundred eighty three. Rogers widely viewed as one of the greatest front man of any band anywhere any genre of music. now listen here. last summer Paul Rodgers was coming through town I had a mom this radio show. a related the story of how. bad company got its name how he and Simon Kirk and make rounds and bars Burrell old way all four of them came off. with this title Bad Company for their group. here's the story the Rogers told us on the show. last summer I had this big grand piano in my house as a college it was so big it took up the whole of this room but you couldn't you have to walk around it to get into the room but I I I I was set in the middle of the English countryside and actually I I the the idea but somebody at the law that says that would make a great song you know and I just started to play and I I pictured the dentist scene does its value with all the the good guys and bad guys is the lowest that these tiny little get out of town yeah in the middle of no where with without a sheriff and without low in and all of that I just picture that conjured up and Simon came along and help me with the lyrics you know they all. and and then I called make up and we will we were trying to think of the name of the band at that time in the woods for each other up and just say like you know I nine yeah a word and I called him up and I guess that. is that you make yeah I will Bad Company I thank you drop the. gravelly..

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTOK

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTOK

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Radio Bypass Podcast

Radio Bypass Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Radio Bypass Podcast

"Fame and fortune and came out in nineteen eighty six that was the title of the album and the first to feature new vocalist, bad company, Mr Brian how and fame and fortune. The song was written by the birthday boy, Mick Ralphs. So we've got one more song in our birthday salute to Mr. Ralph's, and that is from his last album like I said in twenty sixteen he put out a record with his blues band and the record was called. If it ain't broke and it had mostly covers songs on there, including a version of a bad company song, they might recognize it originally came out in nineteen seventy seven twenty sixteen recording of it. And that's Hyun is too bad. Nikki. Ralph's

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Turning eighty four years old today William Daniels. You remember him from Saint elsewhere? He's ninety two today. Richard Chamberlain paging. Dr kill there is also in LA those mini series back in the eighties. The thornbirds shogun very versatile, actor actress, Shirley Jones Partridge family. They're both eighty five years old today. Former congressman Barney Frank Seventy-nine, Christopher Walken Seventy-six. Gabe kaplan. Welcome back kotter seventy five years old today. Mick Ralphs, Martha hoople all the young dudes. Well, maybe not so young these days at seventy five former Vice President, Al gore, seventy-two actress, Rhea Perlman Carla from cheers is seventy one edit marinara running back for the Minnesota. Vikings turned actor you saw hillstreet blues. He's sixty nine years old today Angus young ACDC. Sixty four years old, and you McGregor is forty eight happened on this day in nineteen thirty-three FDR signing the emergency conservation work act, creating the civilian conservation corps ever. Go up north Houghton lake ralian. See those stands a big tall. Pines all in a row that was the CCC back in the day. Nineteen forty-three Oklahoma opened on Broadway. Nineteen sixty eight at the conclusion of a nationally broadcast address on Vietnam, president Johnson stunned viewers listeners when he stated that he would not run for reelection nineteen seventy-five gunsmoke closed out twenty seasons on CBS with its final. First run episode at the time the longest running series in one thousand nine hundred seventy six the New Jersey supreme court ruled that Karen Ann Quinlan young woman in that persistent vegetative state could be connected from her respirator. She died in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and in two thousand five same day. Terry shy of oh died thirteen days. After her feeding tube was removed and another right die court fight on this day. Nineteen Ninety-one the Warsaw Pact formally dissolved in nineteen Ninety-three. Actor Brandon Lee was accidentally shot to death on a movie set and in nine ninety five. Mexican American singer Selena Katina Peres was shot to death in Texas by the founder of her fan club at in Michigan history. Eighteen eighteen a log building near the Rouge river was dedicated to Mark the first Protestant church in.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KGO 810

"The past. He could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future. Live there and and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was going to happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories, our whole life, or there's no way we can deal with it. He wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. And he was in love with the schoolteacher and was always gonna burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. And finally realized that he and that brings it home to where it just brought it home. I, you know, went on in my life. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose. Like, our guest is speaking about, but we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we we can't let we just can't deal with because we wanna keep changing everything. And that's not the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember, I don't know, I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our? Last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime. But it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing. It just fascinates me. Do you think it's possible to go back into time in alter events. I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present in the future our existing all at once. Which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are, but a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got berry and rocky hills, South Carolina. I bear Giorgio, buddy. Oh, Paolo friend of mine. Georgia'll buddy. Oh, Palo friend of mine. That wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. No. I was you. Oh, we're here to get after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey. I would love to have your job. You've got the best job in the world. Oh, thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was born right there in Savannah, Georgia and not raise but mowing there. Anyway, my circuit all time favorite band next disease. Eight top and ACDC both second anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs area, Paul Rogers? And that I got another question I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how is on vocals, I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times several times. Is great L amazing. Mick ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every van people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listening to the drummer's Vatan watching him and listening to the rest of. But anyway, Susan, thanks a lot for having me on have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One. Nice listeners. There us come into one of our live stage show Susan and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. I we're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. Our would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band, and what was Bon Scott, really like that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents and doesn't make sense that the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from the NFL about these death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with. This death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made the key to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three-year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though, she lives in our think, we'll definitely. And and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. You're saying, okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot, and I needed to use somebody cell phone who I would meet just ask please use your cell phone to call my friends. So he could pick me up from the bus station. LAX airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before I said, I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. I it's my belief. We can't push your force anything, certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm in Amsterdam. And I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm going to need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phone to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fineman LAX now, there's billions of people going around, and I catch the the LAX bus or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where I in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I can't believe you live three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling the boys the.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Five. You're listening to nine seventy WFL a. And welcome back. Susan Masino with us, of course. And we'll get your phone calls in just a second. Let's talk a little bit more about some of these ghost adventures. And there's no question that that sometimes articles are attached and ghosts stay with them. We've had the number of people that have been on the program before Susan that air experts in this John's offense being one of them. You had similar things happen with some of your son's Titanic items. Right. Yes. It was really crazy because we had everything when he was little, of course, between the ages of foreign six we bought him every book, every toy every puzzle that you could imagine that was on the Titanic. And then of course, it was all pretty much packed away when he became a teenager. And when the show came around they wanted us to collect up, you know, everything and take pictures, and we we put everything on display, which you know, appears in the show, but what happened was we we lived in a ranch house in Madison with finished lower level. Now, we had a lot of activity in that house. Anyway, I mean because I don't know if it's because of me or my son or. That we were both combination of both to you. Well, yeah. And and we're all so very possibly the house might have been on a burial ground in Wisconsin. Did find an Arrowhead in the backyard? Which was interesting, but it was a very active house, and we were pretty used to that though. You know, people came and went and so on, but when we started collecting, all the Titanic stuff. My son had set up his computer to where he could record at night while we were upstairs sweeping and boy did we do where we in for a surprise. Because is soon as I started collecting all the pictures and all the, you know puzzles, and the toys and everything. It got to the point for about a week that every single night. You would you could hear this audibly without hearing the tape afterwards. People going up and down the stairs opening and closing doors. They're talking it sounds like there's a party going on and one recording. That Jamie had made literally had somebody tapping it sounded like they were tapping their finger on the microphone on the computer. Mine to figure out like what's that? Crazy. What what was your take on something like that? Well, you know, if my son was Thomas Andrews, which was the he was the architect of the ship. He also died with the rest of the people. He was given a choice to get on the lifeboats. And he wouldn't do you stayed with the ship. He did. And so I I was getting used to this activity, but it was getting a little bit irritating because one night I'm upstairs reading, and I usually stay up late, and it was three o'clock in the morning, and you're listening to coast to coast, right -actly. And I heard this huge like like bang in the basement at three o'clock thing. And I thought okay check, you know, the recording at three thirty minutes later at three thirty right on the dot another bang. And so the next day we listen to the tape, and it did it sounded like somebody had taken their fist and pounded and on the table or something in anger. Yeah. Kind of like maybe frustration or I you know, it was it was so loud that I heard it audibly upstairs with my door closed and the next day. You know, Jamie, check the tape. And sure enough was there was a lot of activity. So a couple of nights later. I was getting ready for bed and this noise made me jump and that that's when I got angry because I'm like, okay, I'm not going to be afraid in my own house. So I walked downstairs feature not all the lights, and I gave them a good talking to. I said I understand that you probably are people from the Titanic, and I have much empathy for you. But you have to realize that my son if you have a bone to pick with Thomas Andrews, he died with you. He left a wife and a daughter and went down with the ship. So if you're upset with him take it somewhere else because I'm done with this activity. I want you out of here perspective. But out of here and it ended last night. It was an believable sinking. I mean, maiden voyage and everything else. Just things went wrong. You know, everything they turn the one of the ships turn their radios off. So they didn't hear the distress calls. So many things went wrong Gettysburg out there in Pennsylvania. What was it like to be out there? Oh my God. I have always wanted to go to Gettysburg had a fascination with the civil war. I believe that. I probably lost the son in the civil war is what I remembered back when we were studying it in middle school. I had nightmares about the civil war. And so I've been fascinated with it. But when I went there, it was March of two thousand sixteen so it was a bit chilly, but nice out, and we drove in and as soon as you drive in. I went in from Maryland. So we drove south into Gettysburg. I believe not the greatest person with geography, but it's soon as you drive down toward the city limits of Gettysburg. Me since I'm an impasse. And I pick up other people's energy itsel to me like you're going underwater. Very heavy. Just the air felt like it was you know, it was it's hard to describe because it's just so heavy like a coat being thrown over your head. And so the bet the next day we went out to the battlefield, my friend who'd been there, you know, a hundred times he's fascinated with civil wars. Well, we went out and we walk through the battlefield for about two hours. And it was overwhelming. I mean when you what really struck me more than anything is. There was just nowhere for anyone to hide. No, it was wide open. Yeah. I mean for miles. I mean, you when you see what they were up against and the, you know coming hand to hand combat like that. And at what three days, Jan, July. First second third, the leftover fifty thousand bodies, that's horrible. And it's it's still there. I mean, you can after two hours, I could taste blood in my mouth. It was awful. She's let's take some calls here for you. Let's go to Joe in the Bronx to get things. Started a New York. Hi, Joe, George happy new year. Joseph. Thank you. This is in have you done. Any investigation surrounding the Janice. Joplin death in California. I did speak to somebody at the hotel where she passed away. I believe of an overdose. And they still had that rule where several people had stayed after that that incident and written messages on the walls. That'd be done anything at all about you know, investigating heard this. No, I haven't investigated her, but I actually have a connection with her guitar player. Sam Andrews who passed away a few years ago, and that doesn't really have anything to do with her death. But that again was another weird synchronicity of how I hooked up with him. But you know, I can imagine if they have the hotel room in in the same condition kind of like when she was there where she passed. I can imagine that there's still, you know, residual energy there from her. Indeed. Indeed. Now, did you ever come across any research on the Jim Morrison death? I've read a lot about it. Then there's you know, it's very interesting because I I think pretty much died the way that they think that he did. But he might have been moved which is a lot of controversy or you know series. I don't I don't think he faked his death. No, no, not at all. I don't believe that Fort Myers Florida elaine's with us on coast to coast. Welcome to the program. Hi, you lane. Hi, georgeanne happy new year to you to help. You have a great nineteen. Yeah. Looking forward to a great nineteen with y'all perfect. I just have an interesting tidbit about the twilight zone, you know, that that almost coast to coast listeners love to watch. And there is an episode called no time like the past. And when I watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all home to me. It's so hard for us as humans still understand all this stuff about reincarnation. But when this man and this episode wetbacks for the past he could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future. Live there and and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was going to happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories through our whole life. Or there's no way we can deal with it. He wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. He was in love with the schoolteacher was gonna burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. And you finally just realized that he and that brings it home to where it just brought it home like, you know, went on in my line. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose like our guest speaking about, but we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we we can't let we just can't do it because we wanna keep changing everything. And that's not the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember, I don't know, I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our? Last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime. But it it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing though it just fascinates me. Do you think it's ever possible to go back into time and Alterra vents? I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present in the future or existing all at once. Which is very interesting because if we and talking again about the creator or God, if we are about a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got berry rock hills, South Carolina. I bear Giorgio buddy o Paulo friend of mine. Georgia'll buddy who Palo friend of mine. I love it. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought it was you know, I was you. Oh here it again after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey. I would love to have your job. You've got the best job in the world. Oh, thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was born right there in Savannah, Georgia and not raise but born there anyway, my circuit all time favorite band next disease. Eight top an AC DC both second anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard shares view, Paul Rogers that but I got another question I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how was on vocals right now. I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times several times. Is great L amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice..

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I was I was born right there in Savannah, Georgia and not raise but born there anyway, my circuit all time favorite van next disease. Eight top an AC DC not both second. Anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs air view, Paul Rogers that I got another question? I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how was on vocals, right? And I've interviewed Simon Kirk the drummer several times in several times. Is great L amazing. Mick ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every van people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listen to the drummer beat watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, thanks a lot for having me on. Have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One. Nice listeners there US come into one of our live stage show Susan and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that. Again. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. I would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band, and what was Scott really like that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense that this shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from fell about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with his death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though in our think, well, definitely. And and it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story, then then is what is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot, and I needed to use somebody cell phone who I would meet just to ask please you cell phone to call my friends, so he could pick me up from the bus station. LAX airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX..

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Ever heard chairs air view, Paul Rogers? And that, but I got another question I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how was on vocals, right? I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. Is great L amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every van people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listen to the drummer and watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, thanks a lot Bill and have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One nice listeners. There was coming to one of our live stage show Susan, and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Todd, go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points out like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band, and what was Bon Scott really liked that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents and doesn't make sense that the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from UFO about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with. This death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though, Susan are think, well, definitely. And and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than then is what is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot, and I needed to use somebody's cell phone who I would meet just to ask please use your cell phone to call my friends. So he could pick me up from the best station. LAX airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before I said, I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. I it's my belief. We can't push your force anything, certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm in Amsterdam. And I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm gonna need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phones to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fine. I'm in LAX now, there's billions of people going around, and I catch the the LAX experts or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where I in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I can't believe you live three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling the boys.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Called no time like the past. And when I just watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all homes in the present. So hard for us as humans understand all this stuff that reincarnation. But when this man in this episode what back to the past. He could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future. Live there and and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was going to happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories through our whole life, or we there's no way we can deal with it. He wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. He was in love with the schoolteacher. And they're gonna burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. That's right. Just realized that he and that's braving home to where it just brought it home. I you know, I went on in my life. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose like our guest speaking about, but we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we can't let we just can't do it because we wanna keep changing everything. And that's what the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember. I don't know. I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime, but it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing. All it just fascinates me. Do you think it's possible to go back into time and alter events. I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like, Einstein believed that the past present in the future, our existing all at once which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are about a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got berry. Rocky hills, South Carolina, I bear Giorgio video Powell in the mind georgia'll, buddy. Oh, Palo friend of mine. That wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought it was you know, that was you. Wanna hear it again after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey I would love to have your job. You've got a best job in the world. Oh, thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was our boy right there in Savannah, Georgia and not raise but mowing there. Anyway, my circuit all time favorite band next disease. A top an AC DC for us both second day, right? Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs area, Paul Rogers? And that by I got another question, I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how is on vocals, and I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. He is great L, amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every van people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listening to the drummer Vatan watching him and listening to the rest of but anyway, Susan, thanks a lot Bill. Have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself one. Nice listeners their news coming into one of our live stage show Susan and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. I would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band. And what was Bon Scott really liked that we don't know about and with his desk. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense if the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from the NFL about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with. This death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though, Susan are think. Definitely. And and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. You're saying, okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in the San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have. To take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot. And I needed to use somebody's cell phone who I would meet just ask them, please. You just cell phone to call my friends. So he could pick me up from the bus station. LAX, you know, the airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before. I I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. It's my belief. We can't push your force anything, certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm in Amsterdam. And I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm going to need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phone to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fine. I'm in LAX. Now, there's millions of people going around, and I catch the LAX bus or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I can't believe he lived three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling the boys the.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future live there. And and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was. Going to happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories, your whole life or a week. There's no way we can deal with it. That's why he wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. He was in love with the schoolteacher. And they're going to burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. And finally just realized that he and that brings it home where it just brought it home. You know, it went on in my life. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose. Like, our guest the speaking about, but we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we can't let we just can't deal with because we wanted to change changing everything. And that's the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember, I don't know, I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime, but it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing all that just fascinates me. Do you think it's possible to go back into time in altar of? Vents? I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present in the future our existing all at once. Which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are, but a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got and rock kills South Carolina. I bear George. Oh, buddy. Oh, Paolo friend of mine. George old, buddy. Oh, Palo friend of mine. That wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought it was you know, I was you. We're here to get after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey I would love to have your job. You've got the best job in the world. Oh, thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was born right there, Savannah, Georgia and not raise. But you're born there. Anyway, my circuit all time favorite band next disease. Eight top an AC DC both seconds. Anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs view, Paul Rogers? And that, but I got another question I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how is on vocals, I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. Is great. Amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every band people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listening to the drummer beat watching him and listening to the rest of but anyway, Susan, and George thanks a lot have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One nice listeners. There was coming to one of our live stage show Susan, and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. Our would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band. And what was Bon Scott really liked that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense at this. Shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from ESOL about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with his death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three-year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though aren't think we'll definitely and and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much thing. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot. And I needed to use somebody's cell phone who I would meet just ask please you cell phone to call my friends, so he could pick me up from the bus station. LAX, you know, the airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before I said, I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. I it's my belief. We can't push your force anything, certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm in Amsterdam. And I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm going to need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phone to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fine. I'm in LAX now, there's billions of people going around. And I catch the LAX Bess or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where I in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I can't believe you live three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on WRVA

"Heard this. No, I haven't investigated her, but I actually have a connection with her guitar player. Sam Andrews who passed away a few years ago, and that doesn't really have anything to do with her death. But that again was another weird synchronicity of how I hooked up with him. But you know, I can imagine if they have the hotel room in in the same condition kind of like when she was there in worship passed. I can imagine that there's still, you know, residual energy there from her. Indeed. Indeed. Now, did you ever come across any research on the Jim Morrison death? I've read a lot about it. Then there's you know, it's very interesting because I I think pretty much died the way that they think that he did. But he might have been moved which is a lot of controversy or you know series. I don't I don't think he faked his death. No, no, not at all. I don't believe that Fort Myers Florida elaine's with us on coast-to-coast. Welcome to the program. Hi, elaine. Hi, georgeanne happy new year to you to hope. You have a great nineteen. Yeah. Looking forward to a great nineteen with y'all perfect. I just have an interesting kid about the twilight zone. You know, that that almost coast to coast listeners love the watch. And there is an episode called no time like the past. And when I just watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all homes in the presence. So hard for us as humans still understand all this stuff about reincarnation. But when this man in this episode went back to the past. He could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future live there. And and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was good. Gonna happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories through our whole life or a week. There's no way we can deal with it. So he wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. And he was in love with the schoolteacher. And I going to burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. And finally just realized that he and that brings it home to where it just brought it home. I you know, I went on in my life. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose. Like, our guest is speaking about, but we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we can't let we just can't do it because we wanna keep changing everything. And that's not the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember, I don't know, I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our? Last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime. But it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing though it just fascinates me. Do you think it's ever possible to go back into time and alter events, I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present in the future our existing all at once. Which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are, but a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got berry. Rock kills South Carolina. I bear Giorgio buddy o Paulo friend of mine. George georgia'll, buddy. Oh, Palo friend of mine. Lover that wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought it was you know, that was you. Hear it again after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey I would love to have your job. You got the best job in the world. Thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was bored right there, Savannah, Georgia and not raise but Boeing there. Anyway, my circuit all time favorite van next disease. Eight top and AC DC both seconds. Anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs to interview, Paul Rogers? And that by I got another question, I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how is on vocals, right? I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. Is great L amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every band people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listening to the drummer bait watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, and George thanks a lot Bill have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One nice listeners. There was coming to one of our live stage show Susan, and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. I would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band, and what was Bon Scott really liked that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense that the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from fell about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with his death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made the key to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though in our think, well, definitely, and and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot, and I needed to use somebody cell phone who I would meet just to ask please you cell phone to call my friends. So he could pick me up from the best station. LAX, you know, the airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before I said, I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. I it's my belief. We can't push your force anything, certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm anxious to dam, and I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm gonna need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phone to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fine. I'm in LAX now, there's billions of people going around, and I catch the the LAX bus or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where I in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I. I can't believe you live three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling the boys the.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KNSS

"But Brian how is on vocals right now? I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. He is great L, amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. Well, being the backup part of the band in every van people don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listen to the drummer bait and watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, thanks a lot Bill. Have a great night. Thanks berry. You take care of yourself. One. Nice listeners. There us come into one of our live stage show Susan and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like him. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that again. Absolutely. I we're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. I would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band, and what was Bon Scott, really like that we don't know about and with his death. It does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense that the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night, you know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Have both testified about this. Have you ever talking to the guys from the F L about his death? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them and oh my God. Bon Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with. This death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of myth adventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Tun over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though, Susan our think, well, definitely. And and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronous Sissy. I always get that word a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in. San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons she has twin boys, and I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot. And I needed to use somebody's cell phone who I would meet just to ask them. Please you cell phone to call my friends, so he could pick me up from the bus station. LAX, you know, the airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX. And I was telling the boys the night before I said, I don't know who is out there 'cause I never push enforce anything. I do believe like is planned. I it's my belief. We can't push force anything certainly we can make things happen. But so I said to them I don't know who is out there. But I'm in Amsterdam. And I said wherever in the world that this person is I don't know where in the world they are. But I'm going to need to ask whoever it is to use their cell phone to call my friend tomorrow when I get to LAX fine. I'm in LAX now, there's billions of people going around, and I catch the LAX bus or the fly away to the San Fernando Valley zillions of people could be on that bus from anywhere in the world. I'm sitting in the front seat next to a lady we're just Chit chatting away. And this woman lives three minutes from where I in the San Fernando Valley three minutes, but you see I wasn't like shock horror. Oh my God. I can't believe you live three minutes. It was like. Nope. This is where you were meant to be. This is where I was meant to be. We were meant to be together. At that time as I was telling the boys the night before in Amsterdam. And this woman was in San Francisco visiting her synchronicity at its best. We're coming back with final questions and stories. Is next. Never miss a detail on a show or a guest. Sign up for the coast zone Email newsletter available.

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"What's that? What what was your take on something like that? Well, you know, if my son was Thomas Andrews, which was the he was the architect of the ship. He also died with all the rest of the people. He was given a choice to get on the lifeboats. And he wouldn't do he stayed with the ship. He did. And so I I was getting used to this activity, but it was getting a little bit irritating because one night I'm upstairs reading, and I usually stay up late, and it was three o'clock in the morning, and you're listening to coast to coast, right -actly. And I heard this huge like like bang in the basement at three o'clock, and I thought okay check, you know, three coordinate three thirty minutes later at three thirty right on the dot another bang. And so the next day we listened to the tape, and and it did it sounded like somebody had taken their fist and pounded on the table or something in anger. Yeah. Kind of like maybe frustration or you know, it was it was so loud that I heard it audibly upstairs with my door closed and the next day. You know, Jamie, check the tape and sure enough, you know, was there was a lot activity. So a couple nights later. I was getting ready for bed, and if meet me. Jump and that that's when I got angry because I'm like, okay, I'm not going to be afraid in my own house. So I walk downstairs turned on all the lights, and I gave them a good talking to. I said I understand that you probably are people from the Titanic, and I have much empathy for you. But you have to realize that my son if you have a bone to pick with Thomas Andrews, he died with you. He left a wife and a daughter and went down with the ship. So if you're upset with him take it somewhere else because I'm done with this activity. I want you out of here perspectively but out of here, and it it ended. Last night. It was an unbelievable sinking. I mean, maiden voyage and everything else. Just. Many things went wrong. You know, everything they turned the ships Turner radio's off. So they didn't hear the distress calls. So many things went wrong right now, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. What was it like to be out there? Oh my God. I have always wanted to go to Gettysburg had a fascination with the civil war. I believe that. I probably lost a son in the civil war is what I remembered back when we were studying it in middle school. I had nightmares about the civil war. And so I've been fascinated with it. But when I went there, it was March of two thousand sixteen so it was a bit chilly, but nice out, and we drove in and his soon as you drive in. I went in from Maryland. So we drove south into Gettysburg. I believe the greatest person with geography, but it's so as you drive down toward the city limits of Gettysburg. To me since I'm an impasse. And I pick up other people's energy. It's all to me like you're going underwater. Very heavy. Just felt like it was you know, it was it's hard to describe because it's just so heavy like a coat being thrown over your head. And so the bet the next day we went out to the battlefield, my friend who'd been there, you know, a hundred times he's fascinated with the civil war as well. We went out and we walked through the battlefield for about two hours. And it was overwhelming. I mean when you what really struck me more than anything is. There is just nowhere for anyone to hide. It was wide open. I mean for miles. I mean, you when you see what they were up against and the, you know coming in hand to hand combat like that, and what three days, Jan July. First second third, the leftover fifty thousand bodies, that's horrible. And it's still there. I mean, you can after two hours, I could taste blood in my mouth. It was awful. She's let's take some calls here for you. Let's go to Joe in the Bronx to get things. Started a New York Joe George happy new year. Joseph. Thank you. This isn't have you done. Any investigation surrounding Janice. Joplin in California. I did speak to somebody at the hotel wish she passed away. I believe of an overdose. And they still have that rule where several people had stayed after that incident and written messages on the walls. That'd be done anything at all about, you know, investigating her death. No, I haven't investigated her, but I actually have a connection with her guitar player. Sam Andrews who had passed away a few years ago, and that doesn't really have anything to do with her death. But that again was another weird synchronicity of how I hooked up with him. But you know, I can imagine if they have the hotel room in in the same condition kind of like when she was there, and where she passed I can imagine that there's still, you know, residual energy there from her. Indeed. Indeed. Now, did you ever come across any research on the Jim Morrison death? I've read a lot about it. Then there's you know, it's very interesting because I I think pretty much died the way that they think that he did. But he might have been moved which is. Us a lot of controversy or you know series. I don't I don't think he faked his death. No, not at all. I don't believe that Fort Myers Florida elaine's with us on coast to coast. Welcome to the program. Hi, you lane. Hi georgeanne. Happy new year to you. Great nineteen. Yeah. Looking forward to a great nineteen with y'all perfect. Have an interesting tidbit about the twilight zone, you know that. Almost coast to coast listeners love to watch. And there is an episode called no time like the past. And when I watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all home to me so hard for us as humans still understand all this stuff about reincarnation. But when this man in this episode went back to the past he could not bay there because he just could not knowing the future live there. And and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was going to happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories through our whole life or a week. There's no way we can deal with it. He wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Love with the schoolteacher. And they're going to burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. Just realized that he and that's brave in homes where it just brought it home. I went on in my line. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose like our guest speaking about. But we can't live like that. Our whole lives. Otherwise, we can't let we just can't do it because we wanna keep changing everything. And that's what the purpose of being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I believe that I write about that. Because if we remember. I don't know. I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying is that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime, but it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing. It just fascinates me. Do you think it's possible to go back into time and alter events. I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening. Because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present and the future our existing all at once which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are, but a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got Burien rock hills, South Carolina bear, Giorgio Paolo friend of mine. George old, buddy. Oh, Palo friend of mine. I love it wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought know I was you. Hear it again after you get all their anyway. But Susan gosh knows Wadey. I would love to have your job. You got the best job in the world. Thank you. Been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was born right there in Savannah, Georgia and not raise but born there anyway, my circuit all time favorite band next disease. Eight top and AC DC anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs area, Paul Rogers? And that I got another question. I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how was on vocals, right? I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. Is great. Oh, amazing. And Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice. Great guys. Yeah. Well, being the backup part of the band in every band before don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listen to the drummer bait and watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, thanks a lot. They all have a great night. Thanks, very you. Take care of yourself one nice listeners. There was coming to one of our live stage show. Susan, and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun. I like them. Yeah. Yeah. Ashville was great to next time. You come around. I'm definitely coming up for that. Absolutely. We're going to be in Everett Washington in March and we're going to Seattle Washington right now. Hi, todd. Go ahead. Hi, george. I have three points. I would like to bring things Mark Evans fired from the band. And what was Bon Scott really liked that. We don't know about 'em with his death. Does there's some things, you know, they're still sealed documents, and it doesn't make sense at the shady heroin dealer would dump them in the car in the middle of the night. You know, and it's like, Paul Chapman. And Pete way. Her both testified about this. So have you ever talking to the guys from the F L about these deaths? Actually, I've never talked to them personally. But I know people that have interviewed them, and oh my God on Scott was an incredible guy. I'm not totally convinced that heroin had anything to do with his death is a very heavy drinker. The decision that was made to leave him in the car overnight again a series of misadventures if you will. And I don't believe that there's a big secrecy around how he died. He wasn't. I saw Bonn over a three year period before he passed. And there is no indication that he ever messed around with heroin. So I don't buy that conspiracy theory that he died that way some of them are reckless though in our we'll definitely and and it it's not like, you know, I'm not saying that he you know, he absolutely didn't ingest any that night. But we don't know. And there's no indication that he was doing it before that. So I just think that people want more to the story than than is. What is really their Adrian's with us in Los Angeles. Hello adrienne. Hello, George and Susan. Thank you so much thing. Okay. I do have just a little bit of a story about synchronicity. I always get that. We're a little bit hard. I'm the only one in the world that doesn't have a cellphone no cell phone. I don't want one. I don't need one. Okay. I just recently returned from Europe. And I was in Amsterdam visiting a friend and her family and the night before I left from Amsterdam to go back to Los Angeles. I live in the San Fernando Valley. I was talking to her two sons. She has twin boys. And I was telling them that when I get to the airport in Los Angeles. I have to take a fly away bus to get to the bus depot. And I needed to use somebody's cell phone who I would meet just to ask mayor, please use your cell phone to call my friends. So he could pick me up from the best station LAX airport in Los Angeles. I think is maybe the third largest in the United States anyway. Thousands of people pass through LAX..

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"mick ralphs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"mick ralphs" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Welcome back. Susan Masino with us, of course. And we'll get your phone calls in just a second. Let's talk a little bit more about some of these ghost adventures. And there's no question that sometimes articles are attached and ghost stay with them. We've had the number of people that have been on the program before Susan that are experts in this John's offense being one of them. You had similar things happen with some of your son's Titanic items. Right. Yes. It was really crazy because we had everything when he was little, of course, between the ages of foreign six we bought him every book, every toy every puzzle that you could imagine that was on the Titanic. And then of course, it was all pretty much packed away when he became a teenager. And when the show came around they wanted us to collect up, you know, everything and take pictures, and we we put everything on display which. You know, a Pearson the show, but what happened was we we lived in a ranch house in Madison with a finished lower level. Now, we had a lot of activity in that house. Anyway, I mean because I don't know if it's because of me or my son or that we were both combination Abol to you. Well, yeah. And and we're all so very possibly the house might have been on a burial ground in Wisconsin. Nice. Find an Arrowhead in the backyard. Which was interesting, but it was a very active house, and we were pretty used to that though, you know, people came and went and so on, but when we started collecting all the Titanic stuff, my son had set up his computer to where he could record at night while we were upstairs sweeping and boy did we where we in for a surprise. Because is soon as I started collecting all the pictures, and all the, you know puzzles, and the toys and everything it got to the point for about a week that every single night you would you could hear this audibly without hearing the tape afterwards. People going down the stairs opening and closing doors. They're talking it sounds like there's a party going on and one recording. That Jamie had made literally had somebody tapping it sounded like they were tapping their finger on the microphone on the computer. Mine to figure out like what's that? Crazy. What what was your take on something like that? Well, you know, if my son was Thomas Andrews, which was the he was the architect of the ship. He also died with you know, the rest of the people he was given a choice to get on the lifeboats, and he wouldn't do it. He stayed with the ship. He did. And so I I was getting used to this activity, but it was getting a little bit irritating because one night I'm upstairs reading, and I usually stay up late and wins three o'clock in the morning. And you're listening to coast to coast, right Backley. And I heard this huge like like bang in the basement at three o'clock bang, and I thought okay check, you know, the recording at three thirty minutes later at three thirty right on the dot another bang. And so the next day we listen to the tape, and it did it sounded like somebody had taken their fist and pounded on the table or something in anger. Yeah. Kind of. Maybe frustration or I you know, it was it was so loud that I heard it audibly upstairs with my door closed and the next day. You know, Jamie, check the tape. And sure enough it was there was a lot of activity. So a couple of nights later. I was getting ready for bed and this made me jump and that that's when I got angry because I'm like, okay, I'm not going to be afraid in my own house. So I walked downstairs. I turn on all the lights, and I gave them a good talking to. I said I understand that you probably are people from the Titanic, and I have much empathy for you. But you have to realize that my son if you have a bone to pick with Thomas Andrews, he died with you. He left a wife and a daughter and went down with the ship. So if you're upset with him take it somewhere else because I'm done with this activity. I want you out of here perspectively but out of here, and it it ended last night. It was an unbelievable sinking. I mean, maiden voyage and everything else. Just open things went wrong. You know, everything they turn the one of the ships turn the radio is off. So they didn't hear the distress calls. So many things went wrong right now Gettysburg out there in Pennsylvania. What was it like to be out there? Oh my God. I have always wanted to go to Gettysburg had a fascination with the civil war. I believe that. I probably lost a son in the civil war is what I remember back when we were studying it in middle school. I had nightmares about the civil war. And so I've been fascinated with it. But when I went there, it was March of two thousand sixteen so it was a bit chilly, but nice out, and we drove in and as soon as you drive in. I went in from Maryland. So we drove south into Gettysburg. I believe not the greatest person with geography, but it's still as you drive down toward the city limits of Gettysburg. Me since I'm an impasse. And I pick up other people's energy itsel to me like you're going underwater. Very heavy. The air felt like it was you know, it was it's hard to describe because it's just so heavy like a whole being thrown over your head. And so the bet the next day we went out to the battlefield, my friend who'd been there, you know, a hundred times he's fascinated with civil wars. Well, we went out and we walk through the battlefield for about two hours. And it was overwhelming. I mean when you what really struck me more than anything is. There was just nowhere for anyone to hide. No, it was wide open. Yeah. I mean for miles. I mean, you when you see what they were up against and the, you know coming hand to hand combat like that. And at what three days, Jan, July. First second third, the leftover fifty thousand bodies, that's horrible. And it's it's still there. I mean, you can after two hours, I could taste blood in my mouth. It was awful. She's let's take some calls here for you. Let's go to Joe in the Bronx to get things. Started a New York Hijo cry George happy new year to Joseph. Thank you. This is have you done. Any investigation surrounding the Janice. Joplin death in California. I did speak to somebody at the hotel where she passed away. I believe of an overdose. And they still had that rule where several people had stayed after that that incident and written messages on the walls. That'd be done anything at all about, you know, investigating heard the no I haven't investigated her. But I actually have a connection with her tar player Sam Andrews who passed away a few years ago. And that doesn't really have anything to do with her death. But that again was another weird synchronicity of how I hooked up with him. But you know, I can imagine if they have the hotel room in in the same condition kind of like when she was there in worship passed. I can imagine that there's still, you know, residual energy there from her. Indeed. Indeed. Now, did you ever come across any research on the Jim Morrison death? I've read a lot about it. And there's you know, it's very interesting because I I think pretty much died the way that they think that he did. But he might have been moved which is a lot of controversy or you know series. I don't I don't think he faked his death. No, I no not at all. I don't believe that Fort Myers Florida elaine's with us on coast-to-coast. Welcome to the program. Hi, elaine. Hi, George happy new year to you to hope you have a great nineteen. Yeah. Looking forward to a great nineteen with y'all perfect. I just have an interesting tidbit about the twilight zone, you know, that that almost coast to coast listeners love to watch. Yup. And there is an episode called no time like the past. And when I just watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all home to me because it's so hard for us as humans still understand all this stuff about reincarnation. But when this man in this episode back to the past he could not stay there because he just could not knowing the future live there. And and stop interfering with stuff because he knew what was going. To happen. Why that's why we can't live with extended past life memories, your whole life. Or there's no way we can deal with it. So he wanted to go back and kill Hitler. I think if I remember that. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. Yeah. And he was in love with the schoolteacher. And they're going gonna burn down the school. And he couldn't let that happen. And finally realized that he and that brings it home to where it just brought it home like, you know, went on in my life. Okay. I see why we can't. We may have glimpses for some purpose like our guest to speaking about. But we can't live like that our whole lives. Otherwise, we can't let we just can't do with because we wanted to change changing everything. And that's the purpose of us being here. Is there a universal law there? Susan. Oh, yeah. I I believe that. I she's right about that. Because if we remember, I don't know, I'm sure there is a law that pertains to that. But I think that you know, what she I agree with what she's saying that we would never grow in this lifetime. If we had all the knowledge from our? Last one or last few or, you know, some people believe or remember way more than one lifetime. But it it would interfere. You know, it does. It's amazing. All it just fascinates me. Do you think it's possible to go back into time, and alter avent's, I think time travel is possible. I definitely do. I think that that might have even happened or is happening because you know, like Einstein believed that the past present and the future our existing all at once. Which is very interesting because if we end talking again about the creator or God, if we are about a thought of God, how can you separate a thought? So true. So true next up. We've got and rock kills South Carolina. I bear George Giorgio, buddy. How friend of mine, George buddy who Palo friend of mine. Lover wasn't me. They just replayed the tape of you. I thought it was you know, that was you. Here it again after you get all their anyway for Susan gosh knows Wadey I would love to have your job. You've got the best job in the world. Oh, thank you. It's been quite a quite an adventure. I'll say that. Oh my gosh. Tell me about it. I was I was born right there, Savannah, Georgia and not raise but bowling there. Anyway, my second all time favorite band next disease. Eight top an AC DC both second anyway. Bad company. Have you ever heard chairs, Paul Rogers and that, but I got another question I have interviewed bad company when actually Paul Rogers was not with them. But Brian how is on vocals, right? I've interviewed Simon Kirk that drummer several times in several times. Is great. Amazing and Mick Ralphs. I mean, very nice great guys. Yeah. We'll be in the backup part of the band in every van people. Don't notice the drummer like I do I concentrate on listen to the drummer beat watching him and listening to the rest of them. But anyway, Susan, and George thanks a lot Bill have a great night. Thanks, very you. Take care of yourself. Nice listeners. There was coming to one of our live stage show Susan, and he missed it Nashville North Carolina because he fell cutting grass and broke his shoulder. Screwed it up. Yeah. But he's okay. Live shows are fun..

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