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"music collectors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"music collectors" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mostly cloudy and mid 50s this morning partly sunny and a high near 70 today another warm one on tap especially if you're not sunshine out there and then tonight's slim chance of showers by midnight or so a low around 60 then tomorrow a small chance of showers and watch out possibly for severe afternoon thunderstorms on Thursday some of those storms could produce gusty winds with heavy rainfall partly sunny with the high near 80 though on Thursday 80° yes in spring in mid April It's WNYC at 5 46 This is morning edition from NPR news ami Martinez And I'm Leila faldon For the past decade a folk duo from Maine has been on a mission to find the long lost melodies of traditional songs that date back as far as the 17th century Keith Schroeder of Maine public radio spoke with the couple at their home in Maine's mid coast where they performed their own versions of some of the scratchy archived recordings they've uncovered in their research Julia lane says since the age of ten she's been on a quest to find the melodies to go with the well published written lyrics about love longing and the lure of the sea Very frustrating you know finding a great set of lyrics but no tunes So throughout my life I've been looking for books that would include the melodies Lane grew up and formed the folk group castle bay with her husband Fred About 20 years ago they started pouring over archives of audio field recordings made by curious folk music collectors in the 1930s and 40s That's where she found this 1941 recording of Oliver jeannette of York village Maine singing a tune called the dreadnought But on the way in the red city now Where does your.

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"music collectors" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"music collectors" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Health news With cases and hospital admissions falling The White House's cautiously optimistic about where the pandemic is headed But in public health and politics the biggest challenge might be communicating that new normal That's tomorrow on morning edition You're listening to all things considered from NPR news For the past decade a folk duo from Maine has been on a mission to find the long lost melodies of traditional songs that date back as far as the 17th century Keith Jordan of Maine public radio spoke with a couple at their home in Maine's mid coast where they performed their own versions of some of the scratchy archived recordings they've uncovered in their research Julia lane says since the age of ten she's been on a quest to find the melodies to go with the well published written lyrics about love longing and the lure of the sea Very frustrating you know finding a great set of lyrics but no tunes So throughout my life I've been looking for books that would include the melodies Lane grew up and formed the folk group castle bay with her husband Fred gasby About 20 years ago they started pouring over archives of audio field recordings made by curious folk music collectors in the 1930s and 40s That's where she found this 1941 recording of Oliver Jones of York village Maine singing a tune called the dreadnought Runaway in Down the road where there's no lane and Cosby used the recording to arrange their own version of the song There were just Used to the treadmill or bound away as it's also called is one of a 163 melodies that the couple has just published in bygone ballads of Maine Lane says it's the book for which she had always searched but never found The one that has all the tunes that has all the background for all the geeks that are interested in where the song came from what it's really about what are the code words in there What do they mean All of these things I've always wondered about One of the code words that appears frequently is referring to the Atari sailor If he's Atari sailor chances are he's British because the British sailors wore their hair long in a queue or braid and kept it neat with tar because the ships they used a lot of pine tyre to preserve the wood and they were just put it in their hair to keep it out of their eyes and to keep down the lights.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

"Podcasts the platform of music podcasts. And this is editor patrick prince. We're honored to have as our guest might go kart. Alani and michael is the drummer for leonard skinner. Currently he has also been the drummer for damn yankees and except as well as other bands. Now michael is also fantastic fine artist painter and he has been since he was a child really and he has recently teamed up a gold mine and his favorite charity. The cancer support community cancer. Support community dot org to auction off aversion a reproduction of one of his paintings. It's a painting of the late. Ronnie van zandt the vocalist of leonard skinner. D- and as most of you know as many fans know ronnie died in the bands from his plane crash in nineteen seventy seven. Now you could go to goldmine mag dot com slash collector dash resources and see right there underneath an interview with michael about the painting and where to go to bid on the painting. And actually you could bid on the painting right now. The auction is set up. But it doesn't go officially live until march first and a runs from march first to march seventh. And as i said the money will go to the cancer support community but michael is going to fill us in on everything about the painting also talked to him about his past with painting how it got started and all the other different painting styles themes that. He's he's painted over the years and of course we're going to talk about his drumming to and we'll be right back with michael after this short message ronald with and this is patrick prints and together. We host the gold mine. Radio our the show that features the latest issue of gold mine the music collectors magazine tune in sunday at seven pm eastern time on radio dot com. We'll welcome michael to the podcast. How are you doing. I'm doing great. How are you. I said in the intro. How you teamed up go mine and your favorite charity. The cancer support community to auction off this version of your painting painting of the late ronnie van zandt and now maybe could tell us a few things why you chose the cancer support community as your charity of choice and why you decided to back when you start this painting why you decided to do a portrait of ronnie. Besides the obvious that you're the drummer. Leonard scared well..

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"music collectors" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"Was president monroe and he was a future president and he. He determined that em. That was in america's interest to to help our airland and to help 'em theobald wolfe tone so Growing up as i did in in In dublin in the nineteen sixties. I read about a lot about this mind. I figured i look music. And i decided that We would call a band after because of his inspiration. we'll stone cells. He played the tin whistle. He was he was ready fond of music. And he you know he the last night that he spent an early and before he went to america to get that support and seventy ninety five. He was entertained by one of the grace artists. Music collectors in belfast. Among called edward bunting. And the you know he was. His life was surrounded by by by by music. And of course the musical heritage of orland and the culture and traditions went along on goes along with the liberty of the people to cherish enhance and foster that heritage. And he he could he. He he was a man had tremendous vision for people. And i always I always am mindful of his last night. Belfast where he He was Entertained by a group of about twenty musicians including many people that play the harp on this journey to america And that's another story. Well you know One of the things. Of course i've learned from you related to because you know unless you're a student of irish history irish studies or even if you're a student of british history and british study you're not gonna get the irish story. I have friends who grew up. During the troubles of the late sixties the seventies eighties. That are irish catholic people who went to school in northern ireland. Because they lived in derry and they learned everything there was to know about british history. They didn't learn lick about irish history. Never addressed whatsoever. but no. that's that's that's a pretty sad fact. Like you know the m even together with them. Associations political associations will on america and with all of the folks that he met him philadelphia back in seventy nine hundred by. There's very little written about that. There's very little written about the fact that like brennan Benjamin franklin came to orland until occasions to to look into the state of the country and to meet the what would be considered them to patriotic aristocracy at the people that were that were followed toll. Many of them were were very wealthy. People that knew that. I had to be a better way to include the mass of the artist. People at catholic sewer add disenfranchised eight. No say saying government and there were.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

"Best graphic artists to design. The album covers the gate. Folds everything i mean you gotta see it to believe it It's a work of art. Something that will be hard to. You won't even want to play. The album sometimes. Just want to put it on a shelf and keep it. 'cause it's like a work of art so this is this is four vinyl heads. Vinyl geeks are fully appreciate the vinyl experience and understand vinyl at its fundamental source an interactive thing and become a listener. Who's ready to explore and eclectic field of music to from all over the globe It's multinational music. I mean. I'm mostly guitar rock guy but i like all kinds of so you'll find music from all over the world. It could be rock. It could be pop. It could be an indie rock. And you'll get appreciate all that on vinyl on what vinyl can deliver brandon the man who created this subscription service. He's the curator every month. Like i said he's almost like the guy making the cassette tape for you He has a not too that he gives. What each album explaining how each addition evolved and why he picked these songs because he gets many different bands sending him material all the time to be put on these albums. You know what. I'm going to get when i put on the new paul mccartney album and i love that too but i don't know what i'm gonna get here now like wha that surprises me i like the surprise and i like the challenge of that and i'm like i love wondering what the new art will bring what this vinyls and case then. It's like a discovery every month of vinyl experience You know why. Don't subscriptions can be weird where they try to figure you out. What you're listening tastes are like a strong service kind of like how pandora does it. I rather be surprised. I want a guy like brandon to curate for me. And then i have to pick through it what i like and enjoy the whole experience of it. So we're gonna talk to brandon. We're gonna talk about the vinyl moon subscription service and what it all means and how it all works so stick around. We'll be right back after this message. He i'm ronald web. And this is patrick prints and together we host the mine radio our the show that features the latest issue of gold mine the music collectors magazine tune in sunday at seven pm eastern time on cygnus radio dot com brennan. Yeah patrick i get a little background on you before i start asking more about viramune. I grew up in los angeles went to the east coast for college. Bound dollars a film nature. I thought he'd be breaking loonies. I had some family that work in film industry. I only loved music. You know growing up. I was made mix tapes like old school. Mix is that okay dubbing and we'd go to kinko's and make color photocopies and you know. Cut him out and glue stick and make the j. cards and a couple a couple like you runs of mix tapes that You know pass out or or or sell for a couple of bucks to donations to friends. And there's always just a passion of mine but i i. I didn't really know that. Anyway to make a career out of it the time it just seemed like radio. Dj was the only dream. I had so. I think you call it in high school. How james and being radio. Dj pretty quickly. Learn like that's not quite what it cut out to be these days You know more of the major major label you know. Top forty hit pusher as opposed to created jury that well you become even better than a dj. You're curator. and i thought i was free i to do the same thing. Make cassette mix tapes. And i used to actually paint on them like little canvas night. So that's why i'm so. I love what you're doing here that all you're doing with our visually and interactively and the music itself and the piece of vinyl itself now you promote vinyl moon's final subscription service has the planet's most unique vinyl experienced here that i want to emphasize the planet because you pick artists from all over the globe and unique. Maybe you can elaborate on that word as well. Yeah absolutely. I think to me was created out of Personnel's lack you know. When i first started getting deeper into vinyl i would. I subscribe to a bunch of record clubs because i've always loved clubs. I mean i grew up in the air. Bmg columbia house. Yes and just you know. Love getting stuff in the mail and so getting divine all great. Yeah let's join a club like let's have someone else. Picks them things for me. Always a good recommendation. Lubbock could club love getting home and finding something in the mailbox doesn't and But none of the clouds really clicked with me and it just felt like okay great. You've chosen an album. Know somebody clubs are of the month club great. You just pick an album. That already exists is not is not unique. I could buy that album anywhere. You just not twenty two. Which is great. I mean i again a recommendation. But you know you're going to be shelling out that kind of money every month felt that oftentimes. It just wasn't for me. I i didn't scratch my age and That's kind of where the idea for campbellton. I wish you'd be so great if somebody you know. Took all these new songs new artists and up and coming bands and put them together on on a mixed tape by knowledge. That would be a cool thing if somebody did. And then that's the light bulb went off and it was like oh man. I might be qualified to do this. I better do like but that you know that thought. Not kind of coming at the idea of vinyl clubs and dot angle you know. His still is still unique. I and to be honest. I thought it would be more imitators or you know other companies. That would come up along the way. But i think five years in i've grown to It's probably just because knows dumb enough to try it and so it's pro. You know more power to them Because it is a complicated thing it's getting to make the complicated thing to explain But nonetheless i think it's it's It's also superpower that it is so unique because nothing else like it you know people say who your competitors like well. I don't know i mean we. There's other companies that will mail you vinyl. But they're not the same thing Agree the thing. I love is. The artwork is so interactive reminds. Me of what i loved. You know even starting out. When i collected vinyl as a kid you know like led zeppelin three with the spinning wheeler physical graffiti with a sliding images in the window of a tenement building. A photo in new york city. And i love that. You're not only is your artwork grade from these different graphic artist. You have three things going for you. You got the music. The artwork of the album and while for the vinyl itself is a piece of art. And then it's interactive. Which i love you have everything from you. Know cutouts to I think one was like a newspaper clipping or map. It's pretty interesting. How gets interactive like.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

"Welcome back to the Gold Mine podcast Bruce Sodano is a singer songwriter who has written music with the likes of Tommy James. Dolly Parton Michael Jackson just name a few and he has written hits with his wife the late Donna summer mega heads. In fact, like bad girls he has also put up a decent amount of Solo work his latest releases have been to this year called spirals. it was broken up into two volumes released at different times during the year. The first release of spirals titled Volume One was subtitled not a straight line to be found the other the more recent volume to lose subtitled time and the space in between both are equally as good as songwriting is more in the vein Americana than say the dance music of bad girls. But in fact, bad girls was written on an Acoustic Guitar and we'll sample his solo rendition of that song in the episode coming up you'll be taken aback by the difference believe me but it's still got the New York City Street smarts in its lurks. We'll be right back to talk with singer Songwriter Bruce Suzano. Right after this message from cygnus. Radio. Dot. com. He. I'm Ronald Web and this is Patrick Prints and together we host the Gold Mine Radio. Our the show that features the latest issue of Gold Mine The music collectors magazine tune in Sunday at seven pm eastern time on Cygnus. Radio? Dot Com. Hey Bruce how are you pat prince data I'm well how you doing I'm good. So let's let's talk a little about about the new album or new EP spirals vimy to time in the space in between. I know that there was a volume one, not a straight line to be found. What is How do you describe the difference from volume one which was released earlier this year. The difference is kind of an evolution of emotion whereas you know a not a straight line to be found was kind of like the awareness of you know dead ends and the surprise. Of Life and The twists and the turns that happened on the way that are you know aren't anticipated. So to speak you know it, it's It's more of a reflective piece in that. I'm I'm kind of sitting in a place of. I think the line for me best exemplify. Volume one is dreams and memories colliding in midair. So I'm kind of their sitting at a place saying, okay. This is where you know the the road has led me and I'm kind of looking over my shoulder adds to we're I've been and I at the same time. Forward to where I'm going. You know and and volume two is more about just occupying a time as I move forward and and so it. Has Songs and it has a love songs. Of A new relationship commitment, and at the same time, you know some songs with social bench that that are very in the moment. And then you know one that kind of way. Looks at three Stages of life and how each phase of life. You, know has its challenges to be dealt with I. Don't know if that answers your question. Actor said it. Kinda makes sense of why was released as to he pees. Had five songs by two has seven songs instead of releasing it as just one album, right? Yeah and you know it and you know I I'm aware of you know there there's a shift in. Consciousness in in. In my opinion, anyway of how to approach things of where where we're more time I think where you need to you need a constant drip judge and so you know you know you put out an album and it's a lot of work and you'll out of time and boom it's out and you know okay now what you know so. So I I, mean I was aware of that and I think that you know that that played a part in my decision making as to why to do to do it as to peas as well as separating the the consciousness of the records right and the first volume. Did you record it at different times or was it all lying one to recorded at the same time they were recorded at different times and and and the funny thing will not that it's funny but but the the Interesting thing is that following him? One was all basically recorded at the same time volume to some of the songs on volume two were recorded before songs from volume mourn right. I've noticed different studios on by. Volume to was I you know you know when you make a record, it's kind of a process and I done it many times you know. So with volume two volume more and I kind of exactly do what was going to be art that record in what it was going to say in how it's going to go volume two was a bit of a mystery because. There were a lot of songs, the offering of what could go on volume two and it really was it until the last couple of weeks you know before you link the week before I had to go to mass during that my managers Sydney Dasilva came to me and said, you know Bruce There's that on the promise you know I I really love that song ever left that song to the on this record but it was a song that I had. Done. Before Volume. Mourn. And I just felt like I can never get it right because the cross You know I think it's a really good song and but it's the kind of song that if you produce it in the wrong way just becomes savvy. and. I. I felt like I wasn't able to find the right way to to get it, and so I just forgotten about it. You know. So you know she said to me do favor golden gain. You Know Randy Ray Mitchell is basically I have. To two or three producers that I that I've worked with over the last you know five or six years and that's Randy Ray Mitchell Stephen Dabo, and uh might Montani. So Mike my tally had produced the original version of the province. So when Cindy said that she said, you know you working with Randy on subtracts warrants you go in with Randy. We sing it and let randy mix it with you, and let's see what we got. So I went in and did that and everybody was really happy with it and So I was like, okay. So you know and right at that point, the color of the. Started to change a little bit more because there was some other socially aware song. Of songs that I thought, we're going to go on the record. And with the promise going on kind of started to change the texture and and funnily enough the day that Randy sent me the mix. He sent along another song..

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"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Pantheon

"Music Collectors magazine since Nineteen, seventy four and you go my man dot com to find out more Charlotte caffey will be energy for this episode she'll talk about their debuted down we got the beat and the new. Documentary about the go-goes simply titled the go go's which will air on showtime in August. There's lots of the story of the go-goes they weren't manufactured in the IRS records. Corporate Warehouse Band were a part of the Los Angeles punk scene for some time their members were big part of the scene for years before the go go's were even officially ban Charlotte along with vocalist Belinda Carlisle Gina schock on drums, Kathy Valentine on Bass Jane wildland on Guitars and former members basis, margot delivery era, and drummer elissa Bella whereas punk as anyone on that scene in La. was only later that the band decided to add more of a pop flavor to their music now had kathy. Valentine on the podcast before promoting her autobiography book, WE'LL Have Charlotte you've heard angle the Gogo Story. But first, let's give a chance to save on records with this Promo. Art has value. That's right. Go to Dekel Entertainment. Dot. COM and save ten percents off at checkout with code gold mine artists like Angel, the vibrators, White Lions. Might. Tran. Andrews Steve Walls and. That's ENTERTAINMENT DOT COM. Past. Charlotte caffey calling. You. Thanks for being on time. On Rock I'm so on time all the time. So what do you think about? The documentary. First of all, I, love it I feel happy with it. I think that. Alison ellwood is amazing storyteller and really whoa the story in a way that shows who the band is not like. Not like the you know. Vh One behind the music it just showed like, oh, they fight and they have you. Know. Who Cares I mean you're in a relationship you know, of course, you're GONNA have a down to specially over forty years. So you know it's I. Loved it. I. Thought it was really really well done and I'm really really happy and excited for people to see it and it also shows are beginning in the punk. Scene that a lot gotta say that is Life favorite part because I was turned onto music specifically your band the is. That I didn't know about before now in on a record collector. I look ton disc to see if there was any is vinyl and there isn't much. There's a seven inch in Something with the dicky's when you guys played live. But YOU'RE GONNA turn onto new sounds. Well it's it's interesting because in documentary Kathleen Hanna Talked about I have no idea like that. She knew like you know don't talk to me. You know that song that was that we was on a single I B I think we were on the. Flip side of a single on what records and and I was really happy and she even started singing a was amazing and I think we've actually in the same t we even more amazing. I was like Oh, my God..

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"music collectors" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"More subject to credit approval exclusions apply yourself radio goes one on one with the good dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that will inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration head speed goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with the goo dolls on their longevity and the future I never thought we'd put a town that was cut and people wanted the time to just sort of stayed there because I have a tendency to sort of worry and panic about things I get too far ahead of myself I can get down to the negative aspects of any situation I might walk out in the street and get hit by a bus you know and I just want to try to make it a little more fun and a little more like because you don't know what's coming around the corner it's more keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Neal schon of journey to ask if they would welcome Steve Perry back should the opportunity arise you know Steve obviously contributed a lot like we all did and created everything that we are carrying on but you know this is an active band we are still very active in I'm all good with it like I've always said before.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"With the good dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with inspiring does the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Elton John to share his cycling adventure when purchasing the Beatles sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band record I remember cycling to my nearest record store which is about four miles away to get sergeant pepper by the Beatles and it had a one of the first I was I had a gatefold sleeve I mean the album cover was I mean back in those days it was outrageous and they put it in a little bag of like a paperback and it's like I'm holding this album and I'm saying I don't want to sell to get messed up so I just like a very dangerous home with one hand but those things you remember unless stated there was such a seminal point of one's life keep listening to I heart radio for more Elton John and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with the league Brian to discuss what's most important to him well with me.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Can go a long way refinance your newer used along with PenFed and lower your payments for more flexibility in your budget refinance today get a two hundred fifty dollar bonus membership is open to everyone apply today at PenFed dot org slash auto reply or call one eight hundred two four seven five six two six two hundred fifty dollar rebate available on loan amount of ten thousand dollars in greater MSP refinance with another lender other restrictions may apply receive any advertised product must come a number I heart radio goes one on one with mono Adam from you too describing how they stay in through CAS stick about their live performances for rose it's a strange because whatever you on a Tuesday night you know it has to be Friday night and then you realize it has to be new year's eve things come down from but to get to it takes really get inside the songs and you really get inside the songs you know you're in them and simply for me is to be in to be able to see if you get one of those great songs and then on to come by if you don't mind telling them you know you've given them to the audience and they kind of give them back to you so it's always fun to play keep listening to I heart radio for more of you to and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the Google's on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like sweat keep losing to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one.

"music collectors" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"One with the good also on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slash I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to discuss the difficulties of putting a record together particularly the reckless now if you knew it reckless took to make you wouldn't think that it all just sounds like a you know a plan after recording a record because ice under I told of that record for six months you know I mean it was a really was one of the hardest things I ever did and I was completely wiped out afterwards you know because I fought every way every step of the way with everybody about it and even though I had a good team yeah it was last troubles but and I come to terms with with the fact that you know if you want something bad enough you got to fight for it and so that's what I do now I just and I put together a good entourage of guys and go in there and just get in the scrum and listening to I heart radio for more Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists so you know you can listen at home by telling Alexa play J. N. S. T. on heart radio enjoy the stimulation trump said in at last sound bite we played with Maria Bartiromo he said.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Easy change I mean as simple as turning off a light switch when you leave the room you don't want to go out and buy hybrids if you're not ready to buy a car but as simple as turning off the lights which in your room recycling your garbage those silly things like that that sounds so menial add up and make a huge difference keep listening to I heart radio for more Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with cash from train about how his outlook on life has improved I don't feel that stress like I used to I don't feel like out of place anymore but I think it wouldn't have happened without maybe this change of attitude you know my attitude is more like Hey I can't do any more than just my best and someday somebody's gonna get it and I think that the person who needed to get the most with me once you feel like that's right it wasn't other people who need to appreciate what I do is me and then I got my confidence back listen I heard radio for more of train and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the goo dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that will inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists every day all day every hour to stay informed everything you need to stay in for radio twelve hundred W. away I'd surpassing all audience expectations every day Rush Limbaugh behind it Goldney IB microphone that.

"music collectors" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on KTRH

"On finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that will inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring does the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration head speed goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Darius Rucker as he reflects on being backstage at the Opry Vince is there just because it is a plan that not just hanging out we'll always do just hang out and all these people that have love for use that all members that they come in and then when I got in touch with the people that came up are you kidding me get notes from the captain's brothers bill I mean you see this all three of those will be a hand written note welcome to the office that was that was that was wonderful keep listening to I heart radio for more Darius Rucker and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with George Strait to escort his first number one song felt like it was pretty incredible because you know I just felt fortunate to get a record contract I've been trying to do that for quite a few years and I went to Nashville and I cut on one and they signed me on that on that record and and which gave me a chance to do an album went on my own the only five or six in the charts so they they let me do an hour and I felt real fortunate just to be able to do that and to have one.

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"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Radio goes one on one with George Strait he discusses process for picking a great song to do the thing that catches my ear I think first as a melody and and the melody you know you still have some kind of that so the lyrics but I think the main thing that catches mayor first is a melody and and then course you have to listen to the lyrics and you know there has to be some there but it's hard for me to just put my finger on one thing and say you know this is what I'm looking for in a song because I don't know exactly what it is when it when it strikes me you know it's just you know it's just there and I know that I want to go in the studio and then that that'll be something I want to keep listening to I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists media goes one on one with the Google dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss the importance of melody in his music for me mainly everything that I learned I was cold calling in gym class the way shorter is always about melody from the the essence is always two things undeniable things spirituality and sensuality that's like we breathe in a you breathe out that's natural but for my role as a musician has always been to come up with a melody or a theme.

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"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Good also on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slash keep losing to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the good also on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that will inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring does the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists media goes one on one with the Google's on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with would be inspired as the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like sweat keep listening to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the good also on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists radio goes one on one with the good dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring does the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists the country has to go back to being a country again you have people that are not going to stand for this your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live I have to disagree with you Sir when I when you say that I'm selfish because feeding my kids is not selfish I have said I am proud to support Joe Biden for president I believe him when he says it didn't happen the one hundred and seventy six days until the coast to coast from order to order two shiny the I had a hundred and seventy six days buckle up my warns you it's it's gonna be a an emotional roller coaster up and down and side wages and everywhere in between and there you go we got a lot to get a mother there is a special election.

"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists the R. C. Birmingham we are C. F. and dental everywhere with the I heart radio one for podcasting newsradio one oh five five WBRC radio goes one on one with the goo dolls on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that will inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration head speed goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with one from YouTube relating how he deals with anxiety before live shows I genuinely feel nauseous on them so I wake up I feel we have what it takes you could be paying for the all kinds of questions committee and the McKesson back then the closer you get to the show and if it goes well you know you take the monkey on stage with you and keep listening to I heart radio for more of your favorite artists I heard radio goes one on one with the Google's on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with would be inspired as the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration head speed goes away and the rest is very much like sweat keep losing to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists radio goes one on one with the.

"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"music collectors" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Him to do a book keep listening to I heart radio for more Daryl hall and all your favorite artists I heart radio here are the top Steely Dan songs that youth under number three Rikki don't lose that number number two yeah reeling in the years you get to do hear more from Steely Dan and similar artists now search for Steely Dan and I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with the good also on finding inspiration for their music every day there's something different that'll inspire you I mean just the fact of just picking up a guitar and and accidentally playing the right three chords can spark inspiration and to create something I mean I was living in New York just taking a walk with with inspiring just the energy of the city the other thing that inspired me a lot was working with some guys who have a very very very very hard core work ethic they pursue a piece of music collector hunting or something you have to stick it out and keep working at things once the inspiration heads it goes away and the rest is very much like slapped his name to I heart radio for more goo dolls and all your favorite artists I heard radio.