21 Burst results for "Mr. Williams"

"mr. williams" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Ghost Town

"Over from the courtroom and mr wilbur only discovered it when he saw his own line in his room and asked why not gone you. The man said oh. Johnson said stupidly and he must have brought you the one from the murder case instead. Sir i'm afraid. The man continued without the ghost of an expression on his face. The one john turk packed the dead. Both in mr wilburns off upset about it sir and told me to come over first thing in the morning with the right one as you were leaving by the boat. He pointed to a clean looking kit bag on the floor which he just brought was to bring the other one back sir. He added casually for some minutes. Johnson could not find his voice. at last. you pointed in the direction of the bedroom. The man disappeared into the other room and was gone for five minutes. Johnson her the shifting to and fro the bag and the rattle the skates and boots being unpacked. Thank you sir. The man said returning with the bag folded over his arm and can do anything more to help you. Sir what is it. S johnson seeing that he still had something he wished to say. The man shuffled and looked mysterious. Beg pardon sir but no you're interested in the turk case. I thought you'd like to know what's happened. Yes john turk killed himself last night with poison and immediately on getting his release he left to know from mr williams saying that he'd be much obliged if they'd have him put away same as the woman he murdered in the old kit bag. What time did he do it as johnson. Ten o'clock last night sir. The water says the end and to all a good day..

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Memphis Police Union Head On Calls For Reform

Weekend Edition Saturday

05:13 min | 2 years ago

Memphis Police Union Head On Calls For Reform

"Simon Congress many cities states and countries say that they want to reform police practices but any reforms we need to go through police unions Michael Williams heads the Memphis police union and joins us now thanks very much for being with us Mr Williams good morning how are you fine thank you Sir I want to ask you about the commercial appeal newspaper there points out that the the twenty nineteen city budget called for two hundred sixty million dollars in police services but just a little over four million to housing and they suggested that maybe giving more people shelter it might be a wiser way to spend tax dollars and even bring down the crime rate how do you spell that it is it is hardly wholeheartedly I don't necessarily agree with the funding police but you know this is something I've been working on not just as a union president but as a citizen and as a native Mississippian we have started to spend too much money and economic development we've diverted too much money of course tax dollars into pilot when you live in the second most violent city in the nation which is massive aside from what happened to Mr Floyd which was working near active and there is money it's just a matter of prioritization we are not a bank we are a D. that the citizens pay their hard earned tax dollars which I am one of and we deserve to have a better amenities better core services and not necessarily spend all our money to make the rich richer well let me ask you something that might be a little tougher than than just money if I might put it as that well Kerr twenty eighteen there were reports that maybe the Tennessee bureau of investigation should be the responsible party for investigating officer related shootings officer involved shootings in Shelby County which is in Memphis would you advise your members not to submit to interviews in and give statements to the union right what a good deal everybody thinks that because you're a police officer you want to separate me from being a Christian everybody's entitled to their Fifth Amendment rights just because I'm a police officer don't necessarily mean that I give up my constitutional right and we encourage officers to give statement but if you're going to compare all day on the guild's statement and they should be covered by what we call god I can't even think of the name now well was that after I did give me a chance to follow up anyway recognizing that their citizens in every US citizen is entitled to right right not even close off incriminate yes exactly but what about the idea that of course police officers are also public servants who by the way are entrusted with sometimes lethal force and and that they ought to submit themselves for interviews the responsible parties as soon as possible in the public interest sure well that's not a problem but also you know just as any one of this country I love this country and what this country is built on no one everybody's innocent until proven guilty number two everybody is entitled to representation you know you try to paint not necessarily you but they're individuals I try to paint unions this organization we don't set policy so when they talk about reform and all that well we don't the city of Memphis state Tennessee legislator legislation base that policy we don't we just abide by the policies that they sent for now only just like any other organization that has the ability to say that we like this or don't like that but that still doesn't determine what policies are going to be set so you know I think that there's a bigger agenda at play when it comes to unions across this country everybody's represented yeah let me ask and we just got half an hour left we went about the forty eight hour waiting period before an officer accused of misconduct can be interviewed about it would you be willing to give that up in collective bargaining no because just like with anything everybody's traumatized when they go through a dramatic situation I'm a combat veteran and I definitely understand post about express disorder also understand so therefore when you start coming at an individual right after something happens you know it's just like a citizen our system has the ability to either talk or not talk and that's something that everyone continues to try to take away from of police officers that I don't think that that's right Michael Williams of the Memphis police unit thanks so much for being with us you're welcome

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Apple COO Jeff Williams says he's 'optimistic' about Apple

Mac OS Ken

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Apple COO Jeff Williams says he's 'optimistic' about Apple

"Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff. Williams didn't interview with Fox business on Thursday headlines like the one from apple insiders seized on a couple of words uttered by Williams. Optimistic was one. Bullish was another while he did say those words. He said a lot more about not knowing when things would get better. Long-haul is a term. He used two or three times. At least the use of the term bullish has one or two problems. I have with the Apple. Insider Headline Apple's Jeff Williams bullish about post corona virus economic recovery in us. The other problem I have with the headline there is no post. Corona Virus Post lockdown shore. Postbag seen you betcha but we don't live in a post measles world. It's not as big a problem as it used to be but it didn't just go away Kobe from now on. Hopefully it can be treated and mitigated. But there's no post to wet. That may seem nitpicky but it actually strikes me as important God and the devil in the details which makes details important and kind of crowded. I know we want hope. We need realism. We can have both one gets the sense that Jeff Williams does have both though who wants to hear realism in the morning. Hopefully you're listening to this in the afternoon anyway apple. Ceo Jeff Williams is optimistic about recovery for apple and the US economy long-term pulling a few quotes from the interview. I am optimistic as you look around. You see the resilience of the people working through this challenging time and when I take a look inside about bowl I couldn't be more encouraged. You know. He continued during the last quarter. We even though these are challenging times. We launched three new products. And I feel great about the economy in the long haul. And it's just a matter of getting from here to there. Ask when no no no nope nope it's hard to make a prediction on exactly when and how will roll out. Said the O but I feel great about the long haul. You know our supply chain to running largely at capacity and people are continuing to work. He continued. I couldn't be prouder of the apple team. And how resourceful they've been. You'll see US opening retail stores in the coming weeks and like I said we're bullish in the long haul seems apple insider could could've worked long haul into a headline that's especially true given Mr Williams having worked and then to almost every sentence

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Was going to look for because like I am rarely which which again what John Williams was thinking naming The a track. That is a very obvious spoiler. I don't know but yeah yeah jet engine. Yeah yeah like what happened with the phantom menace. Corsino they released the novelization before the movie. 'cause I read the novelization before I saw the movie. That's a different. That's a different rant. Yeah how spoilers. There's not a huge thing really. Yeah Ninety seven ninety seven ninety nine. What does ninety nine nine ninety nineties? Yep that's true and again the. The composer is following the lead of the director. So maybe Stephen George Lucas idea the name it that I don't know it's TV Spielberg's in the corner like That's probably not a good idea. It's all right now. Yoda's an corner going wise idea. This is not best actor. Yeah Yeah Listen to star wars saying here right. I have all the soundtrack or if if you don't have them go to the library you will into our youtube because somebody somebody somebody posted it and isn't getting flagged for it uh-huh right it's educational air quotes. You can't see it's not. I think I think Don Williams was the post like down track compulsive I up a had a CD. Of 'cause I got The Harry Potter Down Track CD for Christmas. You it came out and I think that's the first list thing I've ever had. That was a that. Got Me into wanting to listen to the soundtracks. I think. Probably say same with me. I probably because I do remember having the Harry Potter Soundtrack and I listened to that over and over in my car. I was in high school and and Like you know people asking you know. They talk about their favorite bands. Or what are you listening to the other all talking about different music on the radio I listen to the Harry Potter Soundtrack. I it looks like what are you know you get you get you get you know. Lectures from you know from from from like church teachers and stuff like make sure you're listening to good music that doesn't have not and I'm like music. I'm listening to doesn't have any lyrics written continue with it. It's like I got that covered. Oh problem listening to movie soundtracks. Well one movie soundtrack..

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Celebration so It was whether the Star Wars Celebration after Carrie Fisher died He did a the attribute to to carry So he's he's still out about even at eighty seven years old Doing his thing and Yes star celebration in two thousand seventeen the concert with the Orlando Philharmonic presenting a princess is themes tributary Fisher Apparently some of his material is now now gone though Because in two thousand eight there was a fire at universal. Oh right right. I remember doing that out. So there were he among Several hundred artists Loss stuff because because It destroyed a lot of audio master tapes. Well Hold onto your soundtracks. I guess yeah. This is As we as we said last week hold on hold your physical media people back things up. uh-huh yes because who knows they may. It may just be gone. You know whatever. Get to be distributed again because I I mean. I don't know how this how this all works with the master tapes and the other stuff and sound mixing in design and I don't know there are people who are very nerdy about How how their music Sound quality is when they when they when they buy music. I'm just like I'll eldest. You know whatever OECD or download is on itunes. I'll just take it but Yeah I mean that's that's a that's that's a blow..

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"In now. Jackie's it which side cassette tape is it on. Oh what times times we are living in. Now you can have like a whole playlist right on your phone As only a just got to scroll through shuffling through you like answer all my questions Christians for me. Oh so now like I said Williams is going to be retired from the star wars franchise but now retired from composing altogether He does does do some concerts He was he did a a run a short tour during a couple of years ago he came to Indianapolis us. We tried to get tickets. Sold out very very quickly. Rising at home is yeah. Yes I had a dental happen. Yeah So if you're in the area in Massachusetts He does He does occasionally do Conducting with the Boston pops and the Boston Symphony Orchestra is in a Tanglewood where they that's their summer home essentially for the the Boston Symphony And he will conduct their PD. Did make the surprise appearance at Star Wars.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"I think he later on down the road a few more of the soundtracks that he's done are going to be at a to the in short supply and shore. Well and it's I mean it's kind of it's it's kind of interesting You know with a because you know he said he he. He only did the first three Harry Potter. Yeah Ah But you go and watch those those later ones all of you know the composers who followed him up. You can hear John Williams influence. I guess I mean because it comes down the same thing through all that and even then with with man delorean where You know it's a totally different composer totally different score but yet and I'm listening to the music there and you know it. It should be a different different different composer different style music. Just because it's a different sort of story even if it is still in the Star Wars universe you can still hear or those little bits of little John Williams Q.'s. Going off in there so it's not like always not doing star wars anymore. They're still find. You know being influenced by him. Yup Yup as and that's that's the thing you know for her are have someone like him be so prolific that as the more generations of composers. Come along and start. Asserting themselves as as the next generation that he can the e you will get that influence which you know there's only the Yet whether you're talking film music or popular music or really any kind of music of course at the end of the day. Even someone like me who can't read Sheet Music Save. Your Life knows that. There's only so many many notes and so many different ways you could arrange those notes So you're GONNA get a little overlap but it's the the people that find the ways to take those combinations do something different with them whether it's tempo or pitch or whatever you know Or putting different chords together in different ways In that Yeah we still get as much as John is done. Just his body work and listen to Yo Go on Youtube just put in best of John Williams and you'll get all sorts of playlists and mashes. Are you know videos that people put together and it's all a lot of it. Just it screams on Williams. He's got this feel all to his music. Each film is distinctly different like Indiana. Jones is obviously definitely different than jaws is definitely different than home alone. They're all they're often the same guy and they still feel like Mike Kim Right and I think that's what got filmmakers now in film composers now are realizing You can you can be influenced by composers John Williams but you can find the make eight those late motifs or whatever and some of some of done that you see that in other Other film franchises. Obviously things like the Lord of the Rings Trilogy which you would think that would be John Williams score but it's not it's it's it's it's It is it is the London Philharmonic Orchestra among other things but that's Howard shore Who is Actually not a whole lot younger than John Williams a decade or so apart in age but You know he's got his his own. Feel that you can. You can hear that in like like Brittany you mentioned talking at some point the 'cause like obvious to spill Bert Williams. That's a A combination that we we've come to to Come to know right. But then you've you've got something like a Tim. Burton and Danielson is another combination that Yeah Yeah Danny off. Man has his his own distinct feel for for his for his his scores. so Obviously having late Motif isn't necessarily appropriate for every refilmed out their bought for the type of movies. At least John Williams does it's very appropriate A good a good chunk of time. having different scores for specific characters locations. So listen to everything I know about. It's going to. It's Kinda hard to talk about a music.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Et. I'm just I I I want to say mine was E. T. but at the same time Et scared the crap Outta me. When I was like lawers and my end brought it brought over to our house to to watch and I ran up the stairs when popcorn out of the cornfield and and the whole everything I hate although I have a stat toy that I love so make of that? What you will sorry? Alex is here anyway but yeah I mine was probably easy. Honestly I think remain was across the Twin Clean Star Wars Indiana Jones. At and maybe a little brief of Jaaz that mainly star wars. uh-huh yeah this. He's written so many amazing scores but awesome something about star wars even though that he's done so many other things that are also touchstones culturally. I mean if you if you WanNa talk about what's something like you know the Afi Lists the top one hundred movies of all time Both Star Wars and Indiana. Nia Jones are on there. There the first films of each of those franchises. So you've automatically you've got to. John Liens on their list is also on the on list. So he's got at least three that are considered Fantastic movies and some of the greatest of all time But there there's just something about that star wars score in it. It's it's cultural. I recognize that it's it's in in some In some cases it's considered like one of the most culturally significant like film scores of all time. And since you know it's obviously that starts going Yuk just thinking about it now knowing going in the movie. Yeah later this week Thursday stories. They night settling in Theater you know getting through all the previews and getting that black screen says a long time ago in a galaxy far far away and just getting getting that you know that I that I note which apparently For anyone one that actually knows how to read and our play music that very first knows a star wars that we all quit with the beginning of the movies is a hi C and in the very first star wars film so the very first time that they did it for the first film The trumpet but player that plays plays that That was he adjusts been accepted into the London Symphony Orchestra. Wow right before they recording the the the scarf or star so that was the first thing you got to play how that that's something to put on your resume. Yeah it's like well. Why should we are you for this? While I played that free I note and Star Wars. Okay and guess what for. Yeah Yeah. Yeah it's all downhill.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"See my goodness could. We could just like rattle off the entire list. That would so from Schindler's List which is not necessarily early like the big epic that we tend to equate with John Lewis? But it's a very it's a very I mean. Obviously it's a very moving film do do but it does kind of have at least that may seem that violin is is very recognizable. If you've seen the movie it's one of those kind tickles in the back of your brain like I know this song ooh And the music from from Schindler's List Saving Private Ryan A artificial intelligence Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone which again circles back to Christopher Columbus So as of now John John Williams has done has got his fingers in almost every star. Wars movie except for one He did not do the score for so low but he did do. A song called called the adventures of Han which is part of the larger film score and then he has done done the score for the rice skywalker which releases this week as we mentioned We just part of the reason why we're doing during doing this doing this particular topic one just because you know. Obviously John Williams Wax Poetic But he also has stated that as a writer skywalker. He's retiring from doing the star wars movies. He's not retiring from doing film altogether but he is now no longer scoring the the star. Wars movies going forward So we gotta appropriate to to talk about him going into what is presumably his last star wars movie so but again. He's not retire tire completely because he is set to do these four for the next Indiana Jones movie which is twenty twenty one which will be his twenty-ninth it collaboration with Steven Spielberg he has scored every Steven Spielberg Film. Except for like three or four. which is crazy? Hey you know when you got good thing going like I know direct Incubated like have like baby composed both the US a lot but dang yeah well if if if you will. Here's kind of the thing being is with especially with Spielberg movies. Sorry fragment throat sorry about that There's like this polygraph. Whether it's E. T.. or or Indiana Jones or Jurassic Park. Whatever there's always this sort of? I wonder like fantastical to the story and John Williams. His music does that. What does it in Harry Potter which is not a Spielberg? No but he did Christopher Columbus. Yeah so in other words Christopher Columbus Yeah and then Star Wars. It's always I mean that's why like when I said when I found that that that two disc set of of you know it's the best of John Williams and I'm looking through all the the scores that are on there and the movies that they're from and I'm like he did saving private Ryan he did. Did you know the well. I guess I'd known that he as music for the Olympics. Or you know. And all these other things or you know Schindler's List and I was like I wouldn't have put him with those kinds of movies or even jaws ause even because as you say because those those to me. Don't really evoke course at the time I was like. Oh Yeah. Spielberg did jaws But I've just like sort of a magical quality too too his his music and Spielberg generally he has a magical quality to his. The ones that I from. So it's like yeah it makes sense same with same star wars and and just sort of in a different way but it's there so so yeah so it would make sense that that that certain directors would go back to certain composers closers. Or what have you up things as well. Yeah well in part of that and a good chunk of that and I am not speaking a saying any of this as any sort of authority on composition or music theory or anything like that everything that I know. I've learned from the Internet so I took some classes in college. That was a long time ago. I've forgotten pretty much everything as far as music music for your fulfilling a credit so every all the notes so they have. I got from other other smarter. People telling me things on Youtube So I can put links to videos that I wash in the show notes so people can hear more accredited people say these things but The biggest thing makes Williams at. I don't offices intentional. You know you'd have to. I don't know the first thing about scoring I can't even read music So again speaking completely as Internet educated but what makes the idea at least what people think. Why a John Williams scores in particular are just so catchy and memorable and stick with you long long after the fact and you can hear them years later and be like Oh? That's you know home alone. Or you know whatever and is because he writes in. It's a sure some of the influence of based on what kind of music he'd like like solicit you Apparently he doesn't like listening to popular music even his even other film scores. He tends Selena. If you still listen to music. It's classical but he says even he said even then that he doesn't like to listen to classical physical composers that have been dead for four hundred years because he'll still hear something and be like. Oh I wish I could write something. Good uh-huh so But it's his his style of writing for those those music theory nuts out there. Hopefully I'm doing this justice again. Internet is Best described as a form of neo. Romanticism which that refers to music from eighteen fifty onwards and refers there's to the work of composers like Richard Wagner and it's It's used to acknowledged knowledged fact that music of the second half of the nineteenth century remained in romantic mode in an unromantic age dominated by positive ISM when literature and painting eighteen had moved onto realism impressionism. which a lot of big words? I remember hearing what mainly my ought all classes and skin. But I don't remember what they mean. Yes well the whole idea is instead of it. Being The the idea is that John Williams tends to write his music using Very Large scale orchestral music. Yeah at the end of the day it really comes down to. What is the director wants of course but obviously obviously you know he's he's worked with a director off enough he does spill can go to John and say I want this and John can be like okay? You know 'cause they work together often enough so they understand each other. I'm sure but He writes in very similar ways. Offer live is scores as Wagner or Tchaikovsky who use late lease motifs which are we are short usually constantly recurring musical phrases associated with particular person? Place or idea idea so what most people tend to call the four. Steam is one of those Or the imperial March when debater that sort of thing because he uses that that late motif the idea and repeats them often enough but not in a copy and paste kind of way. So like if you listen to like the Indiana Jones theme you will hear essentially the same block of knows a similar tone. But each time it's repeated. He did not use timers repeated but it gets repeated but slightly changed. So that you're not just getting copy and paste copy and paste copy and paste. It's telling a story but keeping the overall idea that story within the same like concise ace idea. I guess It took I..

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"And then in in the the look I clicked on the Comes to beat up with Reader's Digest. Really think new magazine do not. Oh that I just. I saw the Sherman brothers in just assume that it was just knee but now apparently it was frank. CAPRA junior home so So obviously wants a ball got rolling. He Started picking up steam but really for I think most of us The Ground Zero as it were. The epicenter of of everything is in one thousand nine hundred seventy three when he teamed up with Steven Spielberg for the first time for Spielberg's film The sugarland express Which is a Crime Drama Rama film which was actually Spielberg's direct theatrical feature directional debut? Goldie Hawn film about husband and wife trying to outrun the law based on a real life incident. Apparently I've never seen it never knew what was about no He continued to The seventies were interesting time for film Because like disaster movies were a a big thing for a while so he did things like the Poseidon Adventure as we mentioned an earthquake and the towering inferno and in nineteen seventy five. He did jaw. ooh ooh uh-huh UH everybody was scared to get in the water Just to to also that year he did his one and only hitchcock film Which which was the Family plot which I think you would use to hitchcock. That's not not one. That probably comes to mind right away And apparently John Williams didn't really like the film the idea of the film but he wanted to work with work with Alfred Hitchcock. which can you blame him? So he went ahead and did it and Really Hitchcock's direction to him. As far or is the music was remember. Murder can.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Do have written down the opening risk of the Peter Gunn theme dead. Ah that that's John. Lyons he worked on TV and Some actual pop music albums in the fifties and sixties xt's And during that time he was actually known and credited as Johnny Williams Until eventually staged agent to John Lewis. Because apparently there's an actor with the same name so he worked when we've got to visually working in film as a composer and orchestrator he worked with Other composers like Bernard Hermann. Who did a lot of hitchcock's films And Alfred Newman So the Venit Diagram of the fifties and sixties going into the seventies. There's a lot of overlap of if we listened to or watch movies that aired on TV. You would hear a lot of his contemporaries of that of that era so he worked on. TV worked on the pilot. Episode of Gilligan's island. Cool this growing during the thought it will be in lost in space slamming. Goodness got around quite a bit of a hearing. It really struck it big so in In nineteen fifty eight. He did in his first film which was for a B. movie called daddy o But he did not get credited credited for that his first onscreen credit king cheers later in because they're young And then it kind of started a snowball from there so he started to get more work. He got his First Academy Award Awards nomination in Nineteen Sixty Seven Valley of the dolls and then began in nineteen sixty nine for goodbye MR chips. He won his first Academy Award for after the nineteen. Seventy one film adaptation of fiddler on the roof cools. The movie of the one on surprised about that..

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Hours in the day and I several years ago I found a it was like you know i? It was a two disc said at the library of like John Williams greatest hits and I like looking at the background. I'm like oh he did that one. Oh he did that one. Oh that one I ah yeah. Of course he did. Yeah awesome obviously like no. That's not that that'd be great. Thank yeah well. Then you're like Oh yeah that does sound like him. Yeah and we'll we'll dive into some of the more notable stuff here in a in a moment But I I thought we would do something. Some bio type stuff just for those those that don't know because like you know pretty much majority of the planets of at least of the people that watch movies no at least one of his works but they may not know him so let's Starts at the beginning John towner Williams Was Born on the February nineteen thirty two in Floral Park. New York He to to to to His parents Esther and Johnny Were his. His a father was a jazz drummer and percussionist who played with a jazz content. Quintet's speak He says of his his parents father was a main man. Main is in. The state is a readily song. Their main man and We were very close his mother. My mother was from Boston. My father's parents ran a department store in Bangor Maine and my mother's father was a cabinet I made maker cabinet maker with us. Routes are not inclined to be lazy in Nineteen Forty Eight. They moved to Los Angeles. Swear he attended more. Hollywood high graduated in Nineteen fifty. He later attended the University of California in Los Angeles and studied lead a privately with the composer mark on butcher this. I'm sorry Mario Cattle Old Testament Tedesco you nailed it who Was a well known on composer in his own right and not only Was John One of his pupils but other peoples of his included Henry Mancini in Who is well known for like the Peter Gone TV series theme Think P panther Jerry Goldsmith Sued Star Trek the motion picture in the universal logo. Fanfare So he He is a is a Mario has got quite quite the pedigree of students So he also went to juilliard. John Lund I did so He served in the US Air Force in nineteen fifty two where he played for the US Air Force band and play piano brass conducted an arranged music. Following service. Yeah he moved to New York and entered juilliard where he studied piano and during that time he worked as a jazz pianist in many jazz clubs. moved back to Los Angeles working as a session. Musician at most notably for Henry Mancini So he worked with Manzini any on the Peter Gunn soundtrack among other things So he actually in the.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Is. Yes so basically. We have removed one terribly. Apparently I mean okay overall. It's it's a cute movie. I mean it's a sesame street be meant for little kids can watch it but yeah that song just about breaks me. Yeah that's the only dome part of the whole movie It's your typical. It's it's you know sesame street. They have other sesame street characters showing up and I mean it's it's cute and lighthearted there's just that one song that I'm just like please stop. I need to hug this bird and and Rena to run away and get you out of here come on yeah to She also said that She took apparently took a class in college. Professor was a big James Bond Fan Gas Shia. She just finished her capstone in her. The theater thing yet other. She's really big into theater preferring ice and stuff so she's a fan of a lot of things Stereo Stereo hearts which she she she. She listed off a lot of things that you and your family really like like Star Wars Indiana Jones Marshall. It's yeah we according to your sister. Your brother loves the song. Marley and Marley froma among Christians Yes that's okay so so my brother is I don't know how to describe him. He's definitely not not a geek in any way a shape or form but he does love the marvel movies and they go go out to see him and just every Christmas since we went and saw the muppet Christmas Carol all those many years years ago or Marley and more they will walk around the House and sing. That song during Christmas dislike. Sure I guess you kind of have to know him. It's hard for me to describe. Just tell you know. Kind of a goofball splash even when he's annoying. The Heck Adamy brothers do that is easily. Yeah Yeah you have to understand. He's one boy in the middle of four sisters. It's just had to come up with some interesting coping mechanisms uh-huh we love him for it but we also we also give him a hard time as siblings. Do.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Not weep who do not believe John. aww take our films many of them with our busted possible dreams and you make them real for pull yards a couple of my ruin to. This accepts of of the five sharing podcasts so glad journalists. Let's start off like the door for the virtual table is seizure BusinessWeek Brittany in Bethlehem. This is Chrissie in salt. Lake City Eh Society from Wisconsin. And this is Rachel in Hof joking for but in this case it's true it's it never ceases to be relevant especially in the winter time I think I think we can add your intro. A healthy fear of getting into the water. Yes I'm pretty sure Stephen knew that that was without saying yeah. You know if you went through if he went through and referenced. All all the franchises at John Williams has written music for weeds. Weeds probably still be here listening to speech young science podcast. 'cause I can kinda remember. I had to teach music appreciation class in college and John Williams got brought up in I professor. I raise my hands Give me another Gimme another. Give me another Gimme another uh-huh like the like six or seven okay. You're good we'll get to that.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Wanted to make a break through he wanted to. find his place in the closest he had was his connections to the media Wayne would call and tell me the you know we need to do this we need to do that okay fine line write me a check. yeah we don't have any money lane. it was two days of testimony when the sun's first light at the county courthouse the crowd was already here they started gathering at four AM even though the doors didn't open till eight some four hundred showed up hoping to watch Wayne Williams testified when you get a crowd this size competing for about fifty court really see you've got trouble so he did retail a pretty good job in the first day of testimony. the answer the questions the data breaking they had to show the jury a different side of twenty. they had to let the jury see that this unassuming guy sitting in front of them. I had this other side to this person. and I got it. this was not the mild mannered witness we saw the last two days he was. assistant DA Jack mallard Hatem right where he wanted him. finally broke and he snapped to the prosecutor he called the FBI agents goons didn't answer some of the prosecutors questions and set his own defense attorney Mary welcome forced him to give an interview for money you want the real Wayne Williams we've got it right here as an observer it was a lecture mallard Mr Williams you've been eating up all this worldwide publicity haven't you Williams no I haven't I'm tired of sitting here you telling these folks I fit the profile mallard wasn't these murders your center stage Williams you must be a full. I distinctly remember writing down I've got it here for you looking up with somebody I don't remember who make an eye contact and look at it yet so they're like oh my gosh here we go. Wayne became combative.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Wanted to make a breakthrough he wanted to. find his place in the closest the head was his connections for the media Wayne would call and tell me the you know we need to do this we need to do that okay fine line write me a check. yeah we don't have any money laying. it was two days of testimony when the sun's first light at the county courthouse the crowd was already here they started gathering at four AM even though the doors didn't open till eight some four hundred showed up hoping to watch Wayne Williams testified and when you get a crowd this size competing for about fifty court room seats you've got trouble so he did we tell a pretty good job in the first day of testimony. Xiaomi answer the questions the data breaking they had to show the jury a different side of winning. they had to let the jury see that this unassuming guy sitting in front of them. I had this other side to this person. Wayne Williams was not the mild mannered witness we saw the last two days he was. assistant DA Jack mallard had I'm right where he wanted him. finally broke and he snapped to the prosecutor he called the FBI agents goons didn't answer some of the prosecutors questions and set his own defense attorney Mary welcome forced him to give an interview for money you want the real Wayne Williams when you've got it right here as an observer it was a lecture mallard Mr Williams you've been eating up all this worldwide publicity haven't you Williams no I haven't I'm tired of sitting here you telling these folks I fit the profile mallard wasn't things murders your center stage Williams you must be a full. I distinctly remember writing down I've got it here for you looking up at somebody I don't remember who make an eye contact and look at it yet so they're like oh my gosh here we go. Wayne became combative and testy calling the prosecutor names he was very very combative is an observer as a juror you saw a different side Dwayne.

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"mr. williams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr. williams" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Mr. Williams latest book, what the hell do you have to lose Trump's war on civil rights is equally as compelling every minds to the hard ones, civil rights catalogued in eyes on the prize. It reveals the daily threat to those rights under our current administration and the very specific voting educational housing employment and public accommodation policies that turn those threats into action, and Leslie it calls us all Americans to be vigilant. One Williams currently serves as a co host of Fox News channel's the five and also appears as a political analyst on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace and special report with Bret Baier. Williams joined the network as a contributor in nineteen ninety seven in addition to his more than ten year career with NPR where he served as a senior national correspondent and news Santa lists Williams spent twenty three years at the Washington Post during his tenure there Williams covered every major political campaign from one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand as national correspondent in a political columnists. You can also read his column every Monday on the hill website. He has also interviewed numerous influential people in presidents over the course of his career, including former presidents, Barack Obama, George W Bush Bill Clinton, George W Bush and Ronald Reagan. Liens Korean the media's fans back several decades across many platforms a recipient of several awards for his writing and investigative journalism. He's also won an EMMY award for television documentary writing and has received widespread critical acclaim for numerous projects, including series of documentaries incl-, including politics, the new black power and a Philip Randolph for jobs and freedom. Additionally, he's the author of six books, including the nonfiction bestseller eyes on the prize, America's civil rights years. Nineteen fifty four to nine hundred sixty five and Thurgood Marshall American revolutionary which landed on book buffs forty best. Biographies of all time. We have says also numerous articles and has contributed to many national magazines, including time fortune the Atlantic. The new Republic ebony and G Q. So without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Williams..

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Weekend shutdown talks led by Pence to go into a second day

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Weekend shutdown talks led by Pence to go into a second day

"Remedy for immigration policy remains the hurdle. Russia's deputy foreign minister says no prisoner. Swap is currently on the table involving Paul Whalen, the former US marine arrested in Moscow over a week ago on suspicion of spying, the BBC, Sarah Raynsford reports hip cough said that at this stage. Talk of swap whole and any Russian detainee was inappropriate counter-productive and politically unjustified. His comments came after days of speculation that the former US marine may have been arrested to exchange for Maria Putina. He's pleaded guilty in the US to conspiring to act as an unregistered agent of Moscow. Second ripped off though since there is no link between Mr. Williams arrest here in Moscow and other detentions. Meanwhile, Russia's foreign minister announced today, the US took a Russian citizen into custody a day after wheeling. Was seized Massachusetts. Senator Elizabeth warns following up on her announcement this week of a presidential exploratory committee holding campaign

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Headline About Julia Roberts' Roles Published With Extremely Awkward Typo

Radio From Hell

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Headline About Julia Roberts' Roles Published With Extremely Awkward Typo

"Life and our holes get better with age or her roles either way, they all get better. This is a major newspaper. Lots of people had to look at that for you goes to print. Less and less people is the thing voter candidate number one somebody please find me a proof reader. Here's Boehner candidate number two. Look, you only have to look in their wants to see that. I ain't got a weapon. City of Washington DC is settled a lawsuit with a black man. Who accused metro police officer a metro police officer of repeatedly. Probing his anal cavity. Hey, Gina warning on going to say the words anal cavity. Is that better? Repeatedly probing his ADL cavity during a weapons. Search news outlets report. The American Civil Liberties union DC announced last week that Washington DC admits no wrongdoing, and but will play off an undisclosed amount to 'em. The cotton him the ACLU and the forty year old man, Mr. katainen sued beliefs in July over the September twenty seventeen search by officer, Sean lotion Koto. Who denies inappropriately touching Mr. cotton him. Although they're paying off a pretty big pretty substantial suit apparently video shows officer lotion koneohe repeatedly searching, Mr. Williams, groin area and anal cavity. No weapons found Gina. There's audio. I don't know. That this probably feel one hundred percent. River. You didn't play the whole thing. I did in my head. Issues. Mr. Cotonou was ultimately arrested or charged with anything, really. Yeah. Boehner candidate number two. You only have to look in their wants to see I ain't got no weapon. Coming up in a moment. Boba candidate number three. I get all my wellness techniques from the internet all rights candidate number three for round two coming up after this big, boy, news and opinion. Wendo brought to you by the Sundance film festival returns. January twenty four th through February third and Park City Salt Lake City and Sundance resort discovered. The twenty nineteen lineup including world premiere films at Sundance dot org slash festival. Sarah Hyland for modern family. She's had a rough rough. Yeah. No kidding. She's had a second kidney transplant. You by her brother? Ian, when Sarah I told me that she would need a second transplant. The initial wave of fear was washed over by sense of resolution. Her brother, Ian, told self magazine, I only cared about Sarah knowing that I had her back, and that she was going to be okay. Despite her brother's eagerness, Sarah Hyland said that she felt very guilty about this enormous favor and it took its toll and she had to force away. Thoughts of suicide. I was very depressed. When family member gives you a second chance at life, and it fails it almost feels like it's your fault. She said, it's not your fault. But it does feel that way. But she's managed to get through that yet. She says in in addition or kidney trouble, she has endometriosis, and she's just got so many problems. But she's she says that she said that she's she's doing better and she's managed to her health has gotten better, and she is mentally she's in a better place than she's been in a long time. Now know exactly why this interview is at this time. But you know, I don't know if I don't think she's even pushing any particular project that she's doing it just an interview that was done with her. Always kind of liked her for some reason. She's I was liked her on that. She's funny. She's gotten better. Yeah. Let's see a VM Utah teacher accused of shooting and killing her ex husband's girlfriend in front of the twins has made an initial court appearance. Chelsea cook of heroin waived, the reading of charges against her and asked the at that an attorney from the legal fenders office, the appointed represent her she's charged with aggravated murder burglary, three counts of felony a bunch of other charges. So she's asked for a public defender in her initial court appearance. Summit county man was arrested over the weekend. After police say he fired fifteen rounds of two people inside of a home where he was staying Randall weed Dickinson is we'd in quote lead is his middle name. No, it's not it's not in fifty fifty-six of Francis Utah, which is in

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