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Gaza Families Return to Their Homes to Survey Damage
"Families in northern Gaza displaced by the heaviest Israeli bombardment they didn't do it in years of returning to their homes to survey the damage our offer the ceasefire took effect in the bed what about what about what about this when a Democrat residents since the strike started one off to the other we've built the house he shaking the children were screaming about the scale of destruction in the northern city of Baytown Noone was immense with buildings bombed out infrastructure pulverized and furniture shattered with rakes and brooms families and set to work sweeping debris from the cinder block apartments tossing bricks into piles well L. sweat policy means we declaring victory many residents having lost family members friends and homes built there was little to celebrate I'm Charles that's my
Cam Newton is expected to start for Boston area's Patriots against New York's Buffalo Bills
"Official, the Patriots won't be the playoffs this year. Bill Belichick, apparently in no hurry to move on from Cam Doing. Reports are Noone will again be under center against the Bills Monday night Pats or not ready to hand the keys over to Jared? Stick him just yet instead of, of course, the fourth round pick from Len This year, apparently still not ready is new and in the offense remain in neutral newness throne for less than 100 guards into the last four games, But we'll get another chance against the bills who took the first match up, and the Pats haven't been swept by a divisional opponent since 2000. That's when the Dolphins and Jets both pulled the trick. 19 year streak is the longest streak it since the NFL NFL merger 1970 next closest 11. Somebody bought the Cowboys and Rams and seventies
Could a Silicon Valley startup make geothermal heating cool?
"All this week. We're talking about how technology can help us. Adapt to climate change for our series. How we survive more. People are trying to figure out how to be energy independent to avoid unexpected power. Shut offs and use greener energy for some. It's as easy as drilling a hole. Geothermal energy systems let people heat and cool their homes using energy from the earth. The technology has been around for decades. It's incredibly efficient but fewer than one percent of homes in the us. Use it now. One startup wants to do for geothermal heating what tesla did for the electric car make it cool marketplace tech producers. Stephanie hughes has more when you're used to digging for gold and alaska it's a change in mindset to start working in suburban backyards us is all residential. We're used to virgin ground up in the middle of a swamp in the middle of nowhere that's daniel more. He and his brother zachary are professional drillers now. They installed geothermal heat pumps a lot. More careful and aware of our surroundings versus up there we could just run over the it was no obstructions out there. We were told in your way. Dr wright brothers are in pelham new york installing at geothermal system for the startup daniela energy. The company was born at ex. Google secretive incubation lab daniel off as its own company and is now trying to make it easier for homeowners to install these systems even if the backyard is tiny and the house is a century old that appealed to mike bio stein. Who bought his house last year when we moved in there with no insulation in the house like period. It was basically living in kind of a nice looking tent by elstein insulated and he also wanted to replace the oil burning furnace with more resilient heating system. His local utility offers incentives to homeowners. Who went to install geothermal which uses the earth deep underneath the house as a kind of battery. Thomas cronje leads operations. Dan dylan eucalyptus consistent fifty five degrees fahrenheit. Swell can in the winter. Use that to transfer heat from the ground to our loops and using our homes. Those lips are made of plastic tubes which daniel and installs by drilling down hundreds of feet. Water flows through the tube absorbs energy from the ground and transfers it to a heat pump which then causes it to heat or call the house. Getting that system in place is expensive on average twenty thousand dollars. Dan gives homeowners the option to finance that and they've installed hundreds of system so far kathy hanoun is the president and founder of dandelions the market size could not be bigger because every single building pretty much in the world heats in cool so that's one of the purposes of buildings starbucks was interested in getting dandelions systems into some of its stores and ambulant does want to expand commercial buildings eventually but noone says it's a lot easier to get one or two homeowners on board then everyone involved in a commercial real estate deal marketplace tech producer stephanie hughes
Travelers Coming to Los Angeles Will Have to Sign Quarantine Form Starting Wednesday
"Through Los Angeles International and Van Nuys Airport, as well as union station are required to sign a form acknowledging California's recommend. 14 days. Self quarantine travelers over the age of 16, arriving from another state or country must submit the form online prior to or upon arrival. L A Mayor Eric Garcetti has urged people to not travel over the Thanksgiving holiday, even to the next town over because it's too dangerous at this time, Garcetti says. While it's an unpopular idea during the holiday travel season, he questions when people will take travel advisory seriously. Dan Noone KOGO News
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Judge drops 3rd-degree murder charge against ex-Minneapolis cop in George Floyd's death; 2nd-degree charge remains
"Officer's case involving the killing of George Floyd, a Hennepin County judge has dropped a third degree murder charge against former officer Derek Shaven in the death of George Floyd. Shoven still faces charges of second degree murder and second degree manslaughter in Floyd's May 25th death. Chauvin was released on $1 million bond earlier this month. The other now former Minneapolis police officers are still being charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter. Dan Noone, Kogo News president, Trump and former VP
"noone" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Outside, you're offsides. Cam Noone will lead the Patriots in rushing this season. So I was thinking no and then jail. See comes on, and he thinks that Take a potentially defeat Lamar Jackson's record last year with Lamar ran for over 1200 yards. I don't think that's gonna happen if that's the case. If that's even close to a possibility, Then can they be a one year experiment in New England cause then he's going to take a lot of hits coming off the foot and the shoulder injury. I think the Patriots make an effort to get their running back. S'more involved. I just don't have a great running back room. Have some guys that show flashes, but no one that takes the baton and consistently run with that. So it may be, maybe can does lead them in rushing. He's going to run the football up if he's the lead guy, the lead rusher on that team That means this is all on camp for this year, and you have to be a little bit more diversity in that offense, so it's got a shot. I go on sides for now and trust that it comes elsewhere. But you know what? You look at that running back room. Birkhead, Michelle. James White. So maybe you just have, like 34 guys to get 304 100 yards And then Cam is actually the leading Russia at I don't know 700 yards or whatever it may be, so it's a possibility, but they're running the ball that much of Cam. As much as I love Cam Yesterday you get concerned a little bit. I used to freak out when Tom Brady would get it Now I'm going through camp and it's every plan wincing like go down, please..
Los Angeles - Tracking A Rise in Anti-Asian Harassment in California
"A new report shows a spike and hate crimes against a specific group of people here in California. To stop a P I hate coalition says there have been 832 incidents of discrimination and harassment against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders over the last three months. The coalition says The racial tension is a byproduct of the cove In 19 pandemic, which includes videos of graphic, racist language and slurs being uttered at and about Asian Americans. The state is being asked to create a racial bias strike force to look into the Corona virus related hate. Dan Noone. KOGO News.
"noone" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Coast AM with Ian Punnett the girl over here that song again and not reflect back on our conversation we had with Peter Noone on that earlier if you missed it become a coast insider you can listen to the first two hours of the show it here Peter Noone of Herman's hermits talking about that really cool and yeah not the bad you're gonna ever to turn to for a memorable guitar solo but it's the same time you can't ever forget those melodies all your warms up pricing in that one in my sleep tonight right we're lining up up as many as we can get to your open line calls next on coast to coast AM in for George nori this is Ian Punnett with us today once again is a frequent guest on coast to coast AM the author of the bestselling book cancer step outside the box folks let's welcome coast to coast gas tight Bollinger hello George how you doing hi people are excited about carnivore that C. A. R. N. I. V. O. R. A. carnivore dot com now what's causing all the excitement your immune monitoring studies conducted in Europe more than twenty five years ago reported that a noon system exposure to carnivore causes immune modulation to occur why is immune modulation soul important when using carnivore after great question George successful immune modulation means the difference between staying healthy or allowing abnormal cellular growth to occur now I've been using carnivore myself for just about a year and I fully expect to keep abnormal cells from knocking at my door so once again tie this does prove that our immune systems can be awakened to create powerful immune defense by attacking harmful invaders that simply don't belong in our bodies that is absolutely correct.
"noone" Discussed on KTRH
"Tremblers featuring Peter Noone after a solo career in the seventies he got together and he did I think it's a very solid rock album that's from a live performance he did on television the kind of a midnight special thing and he's the lead singer of of the tremblers I'm telling you these are the other aspects of Peter Nunes career that are fascinating and if you missed the show you go back and listen to it especially if you're coast insider go to coast to coast AM dot com and sign up and then you can go back and listen to any show any hour any time that's always cool especially when you you hear things referenced such as tonight on the the website our webmaster Greg bishop tells me there's this great story about the first crop circles in Italy the pop up this season but if you want to go back to the early days of coast to coast listen to art bell talking about crop circles and if you've never heard that that's like magic radio time downsizers here lay it out I don't know when the last time you listen to those early shows about the crop circles but I can remember listening to it and literally the hair was coming up on my arm they are amazing they are amazing in fact I'm going to go back because I I really enjoyed you touching on that tidbit about Chris Slade the call didn't know that yeah yeah think big got so that for people could think of the video for thunderstruck right thought that drummer with the shaved head that big of these big massive arms in the big toms that are up there and it's quite dark that's the guy who was originally a studio drummer in the sixties I think he's seventeen or eighteen when he's on it you know it's so unusual with Tom Jones and here it was all these years later when they needed okay this is your price of admission right here I'm gonna tell you when you get a chance look up on you to put in thunderstruck comma drive in food K. all I can tell you it is my middle layer yes because anything more and I'll tell ya you want later but you know you're speaking coast insider in yeah it's so great because you can listen live or on demand on your computer your cell phone in the audio streams are really high quality in very clear audio you can download shows and what you were just saying you get access to the art bell vault which such classic ID there's interviews here with Dan Aykroyd I remember this one yep I remember talking about the skulls yeah it's just great stuff but I remember in particular Dan Aykroyd talking about crystal skulls and then ends up using that motif when he was doing the job when he had his vodka out but I mean it was stuff like that it was really interesting to hear people connect with art on different topics that you wouldn't have necessarily thought of as being coast dis and then you see Dan Aykroyd in in in that movie sneakers where he's basically doing art bell riffs in the movie sneakers like it's such a huge kick out of that you know what quick story before we go here I was at a an anniversary party at the house of blues for the blues brothers and Dan Ackroyd was up there and then of course Belushi is gone now so it was it was his brother I'd dance yet Jim Jim Jim yeah right sorry so they were up there and they were coming through the crowd and we're like waving and and ice and was closed up and I said Hey how are you if you remember you came on the show I told about the show and he goes yeah I I smiled and then walked about three feet the guys are pushing him forward he turns around honestly and he goes Hey by the way say hi to George I totally remember the show was great that is true but what I love you have become an insider you just go to the coast to coast AM dot com website is just fifteen cents today and sign up and it's just such a great idea gov and you can almost pick a topic and then search it from there and go back and listen to its great origins and listen to what George had last week if you missed it here why should you ever wonder what everybody else is talking about ghost insiders a coast to coast AM dot com or at times got his sons got his work cut out.
"noone" Discussed on KTOK
"Ian Punnett that's the tremblers featuring Peter Noone after a solo career in the seventies he got together and he did I think it's a very solid rock album that's from a live performance he did on television the kind of a midnight special thing and he's the lead singer of of the tremblers I'm telling you these are there are there aspects of Peter Nunes career that are fascinating and if you missed the show you go back and listen to it especially if you're a coast insider go to coast to coast AM dot com and sign up and then you can go back and listen to any show any hour any time that's always cool especially when you you hear things referenced such as tonight on the the website our webmaster Greg bishop tells me there's this great story about the first crop circles in Italy the pop up this season but if you want to go back to the early days of coast to coast listen to art bell talking about crop circles and if you've never heard that that's like magic radio Tom downsizers here lay it out I don't know when the last time you listen to those early shows about the crop circles but I can remember listening to it and literally the hair was coming up on my arm they are amazing they are amazing in fact I'm gonna go back because I I really enjoyed you touching on that tidbit about Chris Slade the call didn't know that yeah yeah big big got so that for people could think of the video for thunderstruck right thought that drummer with the shaved head that big of these big massive arms in the big toms that are up there and he's going to chart John that's the guy who was originally a studio drummer in the sixties I think he's seventeen or eighteen when he's on it you know it's so unusual with Tom Jones and here it was all these years later when they need it okay this is your price of admission right here I'm gonna tell you when you get a chance look up on you to put in thunderstruck comma drive in food K. all I can tell you it is my middle layer yes and I know that because anything more and I'll tell ya you want later but to you know you're speaking coast insider in yeah it's so great because you can listen live or on demand on your computer your cell phone in the audio streams are really high quality in very clear audio you can download shows and what you were just saying you get access to the art bill vault which such classically there's interviews here with Dan Aykroyd I remember this one yep I remember talking about the skulls yeah it's just great stuff but I remember in particular Dan Aykroyd talking about crystal skulls and then ends up using that motif when he was doing the job when he had his vodka out exactly what I mean it was stuff like that it was really interesting to hear people connect with art on different topics that you wouldn't have necessarily thought of as being coast east and then you see Dan Aykroyd in in in that movie sneakers where he's basically doing art bell riffs in the movie sneakers I get such a huge kick out of that you know what quick story before we go here I was at a an anniversary party at the house of blues for the blues brothers and Dan Ackroyd was up there and then of course Belushi is gone now so it was it was his brother I'd dance yet Jim Jim Jim yeah right sorry so they were up there and they were coming through the crowd and we're like waving in an ice bag was close enough that I said Hey how are you if you remember you came on the show I told about the show and he goes yeah I I smiled and then walked about three feet the guys are pushing them forward he turns around honestly and he goes Hey by the way say hi to George remember the show was great that is true but what I love you have become an insider you just go to the coast to coast AM dot com website it's just fifteen cents a day sign up and it's just such a great idea gov then you can always pick a topic and then search it from there and go back and listen to its great origins and listen to what George had last week if you missed it too why should you ever wonder what everybody else is talking about coast insiders a coast to coast AM dot com or at times got his sons got his work cut out for him here to get caught up on these phones and we'll get you coming up next for open lines on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett you're on edge all day and usually poor Billy at night and if that sums up your new normal you'd be wise to explore C. B. D. you've heard a lot about the impressive potential health benefits of CBD right.
"noone" Discussed on 710 WOR
"First same as part Peter Noone of Herman's hermits did you know that they were going to use that song in ghost or were you happen to be one of the many millions of Americans just happen to go to the movie to go see it and suddenly there you were again that's exactly what happened I had no idea that's why you keep bringing your song in the movie this not great it is a **** it's one of those things somebody once said to me you know that's not the most you know people are you know my wife and I we conceived our children to your records on us by one minute role yeah so we we we were looking for a follow up to be you know what happened with Mr brown you got let me go which was a big cat we went in the studio with and what else we could do it it was going to any old on any old on any any any old I am that one knows the future Mrs auctions and we said well if you had would be a good fit are we don't know what you know so is it second verse same as the first and you know I think it took as long to record the record is yeah starting your city we did it quickly and it put it in the record and that next thing you know is in the truck through quite amazing how music was in those they should make a record on Monday and it be on the radio on Thursday yep and if you had the right promoter and there was these really you know this was a an era where the the record promoters were pretty tied into the right disk jockeys in you know they could get they can't move a record super fast especially if you already have a couple hits like that one remember that that there was not much else that you could do when you get this musical right not really that much everywhere I went as a teenager and that was in June you know I could go to this place in Manchester and it was cool but when people are and we thought it was like we thought it was like American and it's really not a very good hamburger no because we've never had a real one as you could say in the when people in the vehicles would come and sit at another table and everybody played records on the job you know each table had its own little jukebox right and you could see the Beatles would play like run around shoot and and then they'd go out across the street into a guitar store and everything it was very very the whole thing was music everything around music and talk and soccer or football yeah and you know this is where is this guy where when you want to get back other than if you had to rank in like I know that Henry the eighth is you know for you it's you hear it and it's also the sound of money but you if you get the joke of why it's just so annoying right I mean do you that you're not immune to that so I love it I love it I you know what I've always thought it was just great fun because you know it's like I like it we need yellow polka dot bikini in for the same reason why that's what you all were different too I mean I I don't think I'm saying anything that you wouldn't take in the right spirit here when I say you weren't a rock band with something to prove you are a pop band and you were absolutely unabashed about being a pop band where as the stones were due in the blue eyed soul thing the animal certainly were the Beatles or you know and so you weren't you weren't part of that you were you had a different direction from the very beginning well we were we were topped group phone number so you know you know everybody had to be different you know because the you couldn't be like to be close because it was already because you collect the cooling the cool ones like the Kinks in the Kinks when my current summit we'll have to be unique we were lucky we chose that so a romantic the young Bobby Kennedy kind of thing right and we sang we sent Bobby Reid builds music Ross's and big bill Broonzy right you were you were with your balladeer you were balladeer in a really cool way in that does some of the melodies carried those songs not the image of the necessarily of the band but you those were it just unforgettable tunes and that's a that's an achievement in and of itself absolutely but you know also that we should face that went with the song yeah and I think there's a lot of bands out there that you you hit the record you're going to see the light then you go wow I didn't know that but you know I didn't put right with it welcome home until it had this phone guy people could connect to that to that guy you know until two in the third person yeah look that we wanted to good good gene body holy and you know one of our big songs we should play the cabin one of our biggest songs was a so called I'll never dance again which wasn't fun we go from my boy lollipop two you know we were the only band in Liverpool who played my boy lollipop I bet you were S. there nobody would do it but he'll be right what else would do it that was a reason to do it same with Mrs brown you got love the torture and we will moderate lord Ernie K. doe I remember thank you yeah exactly ridiculous is a fifteen year old kid singing some of our mother in law but nobody nobody thought of that we just having fun with the old well the Beatles all the time the peoples to did their share of I mean I'm you know what I mean when I say the bills did their share of crap songs there at the beginning where afterward they they disavow themselves of those songs but they wanted you know they they would they were songs which they played when they went to the seaside clubs because they were gonna have older people come to those nights too so they picked up these Broadway tunes they were doing it which is just weird to hear the Beatles during Broadway tunes what I saw them at the beginning and you know what what the vehicles wanted was to work and right the best way to get work with have a of a repertoire that will play in different places and you know we were we were the first like we were very young we are much younger than the V. six seven years younger but we could play the junior and we could play lunch time in the pool unique I'm from four till seven and still cool enough to play the late night one when most of the most the audience were about seventeen by then you know Blunstone was all goals on their lunch break and then junior Cup was fulfilled sink no alcohol no smoking and use one bouncer could manage two hundred kids in those days and there were no drugs in the edit and then at night time we do the the night time once and then sometimes you could go in which like the Beatles we wanted to work as much as the date that that was the like if we could only get as many gigs as the vehicles and then that we would sometimes do an all nighter we had no music colonel Michael like this would jazz rhythm and blues but we somehow weasel da way into this thing and did like a forty five minute versions of mashed potato you say that yeah well you know and yet do you know the Beatles were still doing my Bonnie lies over the ocean and a taste of honey and they there is that the worst clunkers in there but they obviously as you said they wanted to work and you all were working right away you you hit it big right away how long was it before you came to the United States only didn't really hit it big right away I'll like that theory that we would be stuck in a van with two years while you get rid of the bass player with gas from the guy who drinks must remember right so they took us two years to get what what happened the music business was slow in England and you needed to have a following before record label would even think about signing here you couldn't just have a good song mobile can then make a record you had to prove that you had you could do shows and play live to help them promote you sure so you know all the all the bands that got signed before us we would just really people who got a big following you know the Beatles had a huge fan base eight in all of the north west of England Manchester Liverpool Sheffield all that because just from playing little clubs and be even better than everybody else and I saw them in the field in my grandmother's when I was a kid and the stage was about off the ground and the person who came with me to see the Beatles the band when they played their first song really which coach you he will never ever going to be is that there was so much better than everything around it's amazing in this in everything that you choose and and a little known fact they were very nice guys to be called the jewel was especially nice after the show he was seen mingling with fourteen fifteen year old black boys around the state still can be a little utility you know they were very personable and and that was it made a big impression on me because I know just as I made it the old but really big dogs were very nice the fans you know I guess so actually a brother's love those this list for cool it was and the brothers Bo Diddley rolling stones H. and the Mickey most who is a producer was on the same right and they came out of the theater I think was lives will end by one of those matches the hippodrome livable impact and and they came out and then everybody got on the bus for stones so go on the bus and the and the and the brothers came out and everybody just stopped and talked to all the friends me and my sister stranded at the stage door we didn't want an autograph we didn't even know about war press you just wanted to see them you know we didn't even think of an auction that nobody at the formal production of say sunny some of their phone great show great show although your little one and they have those cool American actions legal my sister was black she was the most exciting moment in the whole life lease village yeah and they were nice and subtle you know and when I got when I grew up and I was like two in one of the Elvis.
Best (Airline) Credit Card Rewards Program: Part 3
"My name is Don Meyer in my name is Aaron Meyer. And thank you once again for joining us this week. Thanks for continuing to join US week after week. We really appreciate your support. We hope you're finding it useful if anything especially in today's interesting time so you know. We can all benefit from a nice little distraction. But even more so. I think you know what we've been talking about. The last few weeks have been around the different credit card programs. The different options that you have for the different loyalty programs and I think you know in light of what's going on. We are going to get through. This life will continue to you. Know or we'll find a way to get back to normal and we'll have an opportunity to go back and start traveling again so it's really a good opportunity to take a look and see what's out there. You know realistically what programs are available. What different options you have for different loyalty programs do some research and you know which program works the best for you. Exactly what you after. And in a what you value the most and then last episode we talked about that could be the access to lounges at the airport. Because you travel so much or it could be the two programs that we highlight it. Ultimate rewards a membership rewards with American Express where they have flexibility to turn to point into either the airline or the hotel motels days or even the gift cards at Cetera right global entry and stuff like that is where the hundred dollar credit towards global entry fee and whatnot. So there's no one credit card that fits all needs type of a situation I think and and I use to avoid anything with a annual fee right no way but if you really do a lot more research many of the benefits that come with certain credit cards is actually councils off most of the annual fee and again if you are if you spend on certain categories a lot and if you can find a credit card that can offer the most benefits in that category with the travel industry or It could be dining and restaurant. You know that sort of categories you spend the most. They're they're just credit card that caters to those specific span categories. So just the knowing which credit card offers you the most value. I'm beginning to think the credit cards with high annual fees. Sometimes sometimes you pay off so especially now you know since we are spending a good amount on food in particular A great opportunity to sign up for some of those rewards programs that offer you additional miles every meal purchase or grocery store or visited that we do so you know. It's a really good time to take a look and see what's out there in. We're we're doing some research here. We figured we'd share some of that with you right so last week. We touched on a it. Was the hotel site of last week. We kinda came back from a couple of weeks changing travel plans and all that sort of thing. We're little little disheveled to say the least adjusting. Yeah Ted started a new segment around the drink of the week which will get into. Yes we're going to start off with that. But the last episode prior to the Shutdown. Everything was around. You're right the hotel rewards programs that we were highlighting. Yes so we are going to talk about airlines today. Yeah but first. We promised last week. We're going to start off with with our recipe of the week this week. Wow Okay well. You know after some much deserved enjoyment in in relaxation with the Margaritas. This week we're going to take a little bit of a detour. I hope you guys enjoyed that recipe because I really think that's a really fresh and that locale per se but not that syrupy-sweet nonsense. It's you'll find most of the places. God Yeah really good this week. We'RE GOING TO SHIFT GEARS. And we're GONNA take a vodka based approach to a Martini. Vodka Vodka. Yes but a little bit of a twist on on the Martini. We're GONNA talk about an Espresso Martini. Something that you had discovered not too long ago. That's a new favorite of mine. And what how I was looking so so how it came about was that we are in Santa Cruz. And it's a beach town and we sat down and have late launch or whatever and this restaurant call ideal bar and grill. It's red at the end of the boardwalk right before the peer right that goes and it's the restaurant in a corner and overlooking the ocean and all the lady across from me was this IC- I mean pretty Martini lady was. She had the glass in front of a year. What did I say you said? The lady in front of you was an icy Martini and I was like oh I know where your mind was. I'm sorry but she was having a cocktail. Oh my God that looks so yummy. It was kind of like a frosty the condensation and then also the. I think it didn't have like it. Wasn't the ice. Noone really way strain very well but they had streaks of chocolate syrup but it looked good and was a chocolate espresso. Martini and I wanted to try. I didn't try them because I was having Margarita that day and it looks so good and then the minute that I try at. Actually the other restaurants I've been a testing it out different restaurants. It'd be before the restaurant shutdown. It tastes so good so I ask my bartender to make version for me right exactly and then so. Let's go through the ingredients. Perfect perfect so. I'm not going to do the chocolate version of as a little sweet for my taste. It's going to add a lot more calories and it's like drinking a milkshake so it's not bad. I mean but in in light of all the other foods and things like that. That were were consuming. Now we're a little bit more sedentary. Cut Back a little bit on the calories and try something a little bit less syrupy sweet if you will so the ingredients that we're going to start off with. Is Vodka Vodka is the primary ingredient for any type of Martini? In this case we're going to use our favorite vodka which is one several absolute a lot. We use. What's what's the hangar. One we use it and I like hanging ruined a lot as well so we used a very just a regular hangar. One Vodka no flavors to it whatsoever. I'm at vodka for those of you don't know it's a grain alcohol It is usually about forty percent is the average you'll get from a bottle. It's about eighty proof if you will and it is clear it is odorless and it's tasteless if it's really really good and it's really highly refined very well. Filtered makes it really really good the only thing you can really taste from vodka's the nice warmth that you get when you consume dangerous. It can be dangerous because it's Kinda tasteless now. I don't know but it's also versatile you can put like a juice and exactly. That's what makes us over still because there is no such a cool with it. Plays well with other CSI premium liquor. We kill one. Grey Goose Grey. Goose is also another good one is well hang is not bad but if you know your your standards in one of the ones that I really go to all the time as smirnoff I can't go wrong with smirnoff. It's a really really good. Vodka and absolute is also quite good as well so start off with regular vodka and we are going to put it in a Shaker with ice now before you do this one of the cool things that you should do is grab your Martini Glass. Or whatever glass. You're going to consume this poor some ice into it. I then put some water in it and set it aside the reason we're going to do that. That's going to chill the glass for us so we're ready to go cooler. I mean can you can pretty dairy fridge if you didn't do that and you wanted to be able to consume it right away. Pour some ice into the glass. Put some water in a glass. Set It aside while you're mixing up your drink that Oh cool off the glass just enough to where you get that condensation on the makes a difference. I watch you do that. And it makes such a difference because before when when I try to mimic it right. I don't do that and it's like you can't put the glasses on right away. Exactly right you can put your glasses in the freezer. I tend to forget things. I'll walk away from it and now that we've broken Glazunov not getting done it once or twice so start off with the froze or a nice frosty glass. So keep that aside now we're gonNA take jigger of vodka which is I think about two ounces. We're GonNa pour that into our shaker. Which already got into it. The next thing is a full glass of. I WANNA be able to get the the coolness from it. Oh that's right. The next ingredient is Qaluwa and Colusa for the no is a coffee flavored liqueur that comes from from Mexico it contains Rum Sugar Vanilla bean and Arabic coffee. I don't know if you knew that high knew how yes. It's a great drink to just drink as an apparently for just a little bit ice cool glass on a nice kind of I dunno. Beach Day kind of thing. It's just a really nice drink to
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"Smallest. Oh I never I never thought anyone could make me feel that musical. Come from a musical family and thank you for. Let me share that with you. Is this beautiful Peter. You're a brave soul. I hope I hope I can still sing like that tonight. Do I have time for five minutes of questions from listeners. Peter Real quick. This is fun this is Andrew. Her says I have a question. I just want to thank you for making my uncle. Happy and his. Unfortunately short life is uncle was a huge. Herman's hermits phone. That's good I hope. I hope hope home at home. It's made lots of people happy. Yes Alison Ward says in August of nineteen sixty five. You kindly signed autograph for a shy fifteen year old girl who was terrified to approach you in suburban Virginia and now fifty five years later. That same woman wants to know. What's the most outrageously forward thing fan ever did to get your attention. Oh I couldn't possibly tell you that. Okay this is so funny. Last night I did it. We went to the Philippines and Mrs. Marcos had asked us to do a song the we didn't know who it was recorded by. And so it's an we'd just been with the Beatles in England and we're going to the Philippines what's it like and John said the just say yes to everything which we didn't know what that meant so we go over there and they had Mrs Marcus would like you to sing one little packet of cigarettes and it's it's the stupidest song is the stupidest most ridiculous song and it's about a guy who writes a goals address on a pack of cigarettes. Who Ever did something so stupid. Phone number phone number email address. Excuse me I'm attracted to you. Could you give me your address? No never looked here and I've looked there on the table on the chair. I've looked up. I've looked down on one the OPEC it cannot be found. What a stupid idea for song but I regret quite a few things in the songs but that is one so we had to do. We had to go in the dressing room and learned song. We only played once ever and I did it last night because somebody requested it. Somebody from the Philippines request. Second time in my life was last night and love bad thing. A lot of bad things have been written on bits of tissue paper about a drink in the mall ready but some wonderful things mostly. What they'd like to do with your winky winky will tell us about the. Let's let's get to the plugs. Do you still doing the Syria show yet to act on every Saturday every Saturday Saturday afternoon. Sixty six secs ebb. Yes and it's called. Ironically after after that duet something good out of good if you like that kind of stuff and your dates people can go to. Your website advised out where you're going to be your here at the Iridium New York this week. Yeah and they're going to be always somewhere everywhere. Yeah I do one hundred five hundred fifty a year. You know what that's like. The road is good fun. Really hundred and fifty a year. Yeah wow it's it's crazy. I do three a week. I told my I told my agent. I've only got ten more years. I keep saying ten more years vignette light at least ten years. I've been sentamu. Years started again today the ten more years and I say I want to work every Saturday book all the Saturdays and when you booked all the Saturdays get me the Fridays and then when you booked all the Fridays. Get me a pecan. Pickup Day on either end because then you know last night My friend told me I should call my show the Peter Noone Solo. Not Ben per diem show out because you WANNA YOU WANNA keep my my men on the road Making money you know so you don't WanNa go out and get stuck in. You know I see these. These bans out there stuck on the road at the Elliott. Getting stuck in you know some town in the middle of nowhere for three days off so we don't take days off. We go home. I leave on Thursday and I get home a Monday every week. I admire you my friend. You're still out there doing it. People Happy People think that there's something wrong with me for enjoy my job. But I really do enjoy alignment unlucky. It's always been about the songs my dad used to say all about the songs is she you know. Why don't you get someone good opening for your life stones instead bloody Freddie and the dreamers? That set aside doesn't like that this is now your rights all about the song's solar and I've got all those great song of course Cigna Mananga. I'm so proud of him yoga. Who who got the luck I want I was hanging? This is a slap Roy. Orbison said to me you know I so Gaga Sing. Hindi assist listen. There's only about at the time there's only twenty acts in the world who can go on stage for four or five minutes only sing their own material and the people will know all the songs yes. That's an I still have. You Got Forty five minutes and then the BG's came along and the eagles and while it was like it was about ten people with really very few people on will. I'm Lucky I. I'm so grateful. I was there to make those records because other people made a load of we made versions of songs like Diko said bus. Stop for your love. We should have had two singles those we just. We just want good at picking songs. You've made a lot of people happy for a long time and we thank you and we wanted you here for a long time and we're glad you're finally I was looking forward to it and use it. He'd be load of fun to show the series. I knew he'd be a load of wasn't expecting too serious for Peter. When I listened to the podcast will kind of very sort of mature comparatively? I'll take the compliment. We WanNA thank. Jackie martling our friend his back his role and finally nailing down. We want to thank her. Reese who's here usually very patient. Thanks coach you should ask. Jackie martling to to teach him the songs instead of. Just you've joined did exclusive club. We told you Ron Dante Tom. Jayme Tommy James Peter Asher. He sang with old. Billy J Kramer was here. Oh good he's you're not the only one that suffered happy lease Nice Guy. They're all nice guys. Yes I think probably one of the reasons I stayed in the business so long as people like them young people young people come back with us tomorrow. I WANNA go home. I mean let me. Just write to the rapper. So this has been Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast with my co-host Frank Santo Padre. And we've been talking to a man who really should learn the lyrics to the Herman's hermits because it's perfect. You know and I WANNA work with some new fucking no music and the Lyrics Peter. I got stuck with that second vote. Same as the first Ridge over and over and over go to Peter's website find out where he's GonNa be. He's a great entertainer. The show is wonderful and this was a treat mature. Somebody's gotTa exactly thank you Peter. Thanks thanks.
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"Think non-sexual Pie. Throwing all g with a hundred birthday cakes hundred bucks because I know all laid out ready for Keith. Moon walks in and gets it immediately and he gets down to his wife fronts and he throws the food cake but then fifty cokes. Everybody everybody throws a cake him. Everybody is going to flash the him because his birthday and we've paid for the room so he can always cakes climbs up on the table because he was very is very fit guy and he climbs up on the table and starts throwing this cake and I don't know if you've ever thrown a cake while standing on a full mica slipped and he slipped and he hey space on the table at food and he knocked his front to broke half of his front tooth. 'cause we thought that was fun your face dead and then the is a dangerous thing to I. Don't I've probably very painful? And they common. The is road manager or Chris. Chris stem gets him in the take him out and they take him to a dentist and he's going to miss the next GIG. We're all worried now. Being so professional willie make the next cake so I am a helicopter and the fly onto the next few. Go send him a helicopter and pick him up offering birthday say and that was the end of it really and he then Dan what happens he gets out of control and East combat. The party's not over and we're all running round in our y fronts and some other men in the hotel say those guys looked at all those girls. They're having a Lotta Fun. Let's join them so now complete strangers joining US running around so we've run out of cakes. So we take those fire hydrants of the wolfback. Shoot fire in the fight. We don't know that that's poisonous and Camillo Blind. And they're chasing us with them and it's going on all the cause and that that foam in those things takes the paint of all those cars and the bike God was thinking for Herman's hermits that night an are bankers because these men it was there. 'cause we didn't have a car. We came on a bus and all the paint was gone off that caused but they all worked. The mutual of Omaha in shorts looked out. Great shorts men have been destroyed hall. Moon turn to drive in a car. In the swimming pool was damaged Qazvin. None of them went in the pool water character. He's a. He was so much fun. You know I was kind. This is so pathetic I was his minder moon amid loon. Twins bit crazy and and we I would say you know he's manager he had a really nice guy. Manageable Kit Lambert. Who's a very gentle nice human being and he would say would you? Would you do me a favor it? Would you watch out for Keith? Because you know it gets in trouble every now and then they trusted me to look after and so i. I took myself as Kaethe ever been water skiing so every day. Wherever we were we would find somebody who take water skin. It was summer and I take him more skin. Not knowing that water skiing with a bottle of vodka in one hand isn't really that good but when you full you don't at least you're not calling for Mica every day we go with to this pictures of me and Keith Moon in Fort Lauderdale and all over America would find a place. We'd get there at ten o'clock in the morning. I'd take him thinking that was how fit. Not Knowing that drinking all day was not a good thing because what I could do it. Couldn't he go ahead? Go and okay now before because there was an argument. I you know something. Good feeling fine. Something good yeah. It's it's my is my office now. It's called something terrible stories. You're going to sing now. Yes and you're gonNA sing with me. Okay he won't know the tune. I'm just giving you a fair warning. Peter really well you can carry them. You've you've before let's sing it together. With apologies to carole king. All right here we go..
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"Gosh. How have asking some questions? You got any good questions. She goes asking doozy dye his hair. Look at Elvis in. What's going to my head is introducing. A to make this interesting. Sasa when he come into England and he goes on this long lie kind of thing. The reason he's not going to England Colonel Parker's got a bad hip and he can't fly. We don't know Kuehne pocket doesn't have a green card or immigration status. This only comes out four years later so I'm listening to this shame. Let's think about all the time I'm looking at his hat so my brain isn't working on all the store. The thing all the questions are all gonna he. Just I say you can tell you is also west of Murphy says and he's hair is perfect and he's looking online is clothes. I like I feel like this is the most beautiful. I didn't know I would ever find a man beautiful. But this is this is this is like one of those moments like when. I saw the Beatles in that field that you go. This guy's got the whole thing the whole package and he's funny he's making you don't know eh by obviously is a bit of a character because they don't want him to do interviews. They want everybody to think he's like a truck driver kind of Don whom you hung on. But he's like being Fontana say. Who's your favorite groups like the Beatles and the stones and Herman's hermits of Co pops all these clowns got looking and for me won't around his friends. Hoon around when he died my own son. It's been in the bathroom for eleven hours. Perhaps you should go and check him out all these guys. Are that just laughing everything. He says not laughing at any competition fools. I'm friends with some of those guys. Still some of them were cool but the job was to make everything. Elvis dead or more funny than it really. What you sixteen at this point. Seventeen really really westerns or so. Cute people can see it. It's online is all thing. Is there yeah you know? It's that's the great thing about the Internet things that you thought were covered like my grandmother. Boonen Down House has had to write that down. We will return to Gilbert Godfrey Gymnasium colossal podcast. After this what did you find out about the colonel? What this thing will you know? I I stayed friends with him because he was it was. I was interested in him as a character. One time doing a gig in in the in Las Vegas and he lived at the Las Vegas Hilton. That he was in his final five years he lived at the Las Vegas Hilton. Had Room there. The either and he would be found in the lobby taking groups to see the. Elvis sweet charging twenty dollars or something and all day on a five Dolla polka machine. It was a big gambler super PEPs. That's why they gave him a room but he was a character and he had lots of fun stories. You know by being being in a circus and finding his way to Texas because you could in Texas. You could play poker with money on the table if you had a hotel room. So he obviously got off a ship from Rotterdam in Norfolk Virginia. Roanoke found his way to Dallas and played college enforcement success and ended up on the road and you know found himself in a circus and he would tell the story that they they said. Come and see the animal and his. I'd uttered get yourself. Put animals up there and they said Woah the from Hungary or something where we wanNA got. What Adam L- little been honest you know? I mean she says well. We'll just throw a bucket of paint on a different girl on it. Take the animal. Take the take the elephant around the building. Bring it back in the other toll brilliant and you know he tell me stories like unites. I'd say we've run into this union. Probably British musicians had problems with the union in America. And I'm a union guy. My Dad was in a union. I was in the union so I never had a problem and so he got problem. He said well what I what I used to. I can't do his accent. Bit Us is to do Saif. We'd run into that problem and they'd say you know had a trio at the beginning Elvis President of the United Three trio like the most brilliant trio and the music. You need to employ twelve people. This is the rule of this room is the need to be twelve musicians. Paid and you'd make them play six in the ladies room and six in the men's room he would make them play. If you'RE GONNA pay you're gonNA play and that that was kind of we don't if it's true but it was a great anecdotal story about a union. And and he was a character so I'd say I'm plan this game two in another casino and he is. Paul Revere and the Raiders and Peter Noone. Herman of Herman's hermits and a charging the wrong money. I said what was forty dollars. Sukuk daily says thirty nine ninety five so towards them says people this barrier at forty interesting he still he was he a businessman. Yeah through and through all the time completely making giving me suggestions on how to run my business even though he was like an old Geezer and and you knew Well at least she hung out with Bob Dylan will only. I didn't really hang out with him. I just would find myself sitting at a table next to him. Often and captain beef on John Lennon. I'd people would advise because when you re pup star in those days you'd get invited to like a new group. If somebody had a new group that they wanted to promote they didn't vi- whoever was in town to come and be seen in the audience. Now it's Paris Hilton but in those days it was John Lennon Bob Dylan and that kid from Herman's hermits maybe they won't let 'em anchors only seventeen but you know if he's with John Lennon they'll give him a drink so I would. I would be sat next to him often. It just was one of those people that whenever can to New York. I had a friend in New York. Glorious Davis who is the editor of Sixty magazine and she was the coolest woman I ever met. She was like from another generation powerful to very path and she would tell I'd come into town. I didn't really know what to do. And she said called her. This blake. Oh this go to this by someone that I shall I go? I'm in New York. And she says don't pull the what do you mean? Nobody said your things all over. So Oh you mean the monkeys show. Jim Morrison Alice Cooper. You're done a good friend and hung. Nobody knows who you are anymore. The whole business has changed and it's now Alice Cooper. Jim Remember the woods will who the hell is Alice. Cooper some girl cooked taken over the an and it was true. The business went overnight from being pop stars and Bob Dylan. The Beatles monkees to that next level. Catch catch changing well of course and the Beatles themselves and the British invasion acts knocked out a lot of those away Chuck Berry Fats Domino and a lot of their heroes. It was just disgusting disturbing to tell to be told that my career was over a name. The people who ruined it. What do you remember about coming to the states for the first time and and an entering It was joining up. With Dick Clark's review. I would suggest the any fifteen sixteen year. Old Boy has an experience like that because we saw the real America. We were kids from You know provincial. England had a taste of London and we get on a bus with Billy Stewart. I Turner Lit Lanson in the emperors who we connected instantly with little anthony and the imperials because we knew who they were and they knew who we were and they'd been as once before in a completely different culture in our culture. People wanted to be up because we had a different clothes and long hair. You'll boiler ago always turned into a fight we we couldn't accept what you mean about. Boiler suit only goes we one of these and then that be a big. Fi and stuff would happen. We came over here result. Whoa this is completely but they knew who we were state had that kind of stuff of course happened to them because sixty five when you came sixty sixty four sixty five for and you know we'd play in cities where all managers would say. You should close tonight issue. You know because when we saw it on the tool we was the opening act. You know it was like it was like Little Anthony imperials Bobby V. Fredericton and from England direct from England. Home and Thomas Right but by the halfway through the show we had three records in the top twenty on our managers and you close the show. Sometimes we walk out onto the state. We didn't know we didn't know any. We'd walk out on stage and it would be a hundred percent black audience and we'd have to sort of change the show you know we got Mrs Brown. You've got a lovely daughter coming up. This is not gonna work with this crowd. You know being cute. He's not gonNA work after that. Somebody's an it's all right it's all it's all around with splits and everything. Now we're going to stand up these wooden little English twelve hours following nut so we disagree some Nice. We Anthony go on after us. They were fantastic. Fantastic an an jewelry. Natural Bobby V. had disbanded Mike Myron Cohen and the son of caddies. Terrible name for the bend. The caddy's sounds like current someone else's geared on it so halfway through the tool this perfect experience for your halfway through the tour it was this beautiful girl on the bus and round robin. Who is this guy from America? Billy Stewart who was his three hundred eighty pound antastic person who I sat next on every bus ride basic because I he weighed three hundred. Ninety pounds seven eighths of the seat which taken up by him and I was left on the bus because I was doing the promotion. So My arse my two one eighth of the C. I. One hundred ten pounds so between us with the five hundred pound people so one day round. Drubbing GETS ON THE BUS AND FIRES. A couple of rounds. At least I don't know how he missed him. Because he's a three hundred I woulda coulda gunshot look around young boom so I learned to how to eat cigarette ends and bits of pieces chewing gum wrappers that were on the floor of the bus and that night. Dick Clark shows up and said we're going to get you a station wagon like Bobby V. Because Bobby V. was at a station wagon that we will get you a driver because we know you're not old enough to drive again. We call Randy who drove us all around America and we followed Bobby V. by the second day Bobby V. Had introduced.
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"Mrs Brown you've got to Keith. Hopwood this guy who is in home and swim. It's he. Had this talk the rich country. Gentlemen and had damper on it and Chet Atkins version has a like a little. It's hard to explain on. The radio. Had A little damper. The the made it supposedly sound like a Banjo. Okay but Banjo is open. String sound thinks so. It's not a pleasant clang. It was more to jump. We're both watching this thing. And who both watching the play at the same time in different buildings and You know he was his mom's house when I was at my grandma's House. Let's what my TV was much louder than his career. An and they beat the sing this song at the beginning. It's play Scotland crank. Anchor Duncan an unsourced Keith. I've did you see yeah yeah. That song's Great Great Song. Tom Kourtney as I think you should try. And get a record him you know we could use. That's the one place we can that gretch country gentleman. He spent a lot of money if it was three hundred quid when three hundred pounds is what the Beatles who get paid for show so it was a lot of money this guitar and we work out an incredibly incredibly difficult to play. Mrs Not a guitar player. Who can play as good as the sixteen year? Old Keith. Hopwood plays on the record. Wow is really cool. It's intense very difficult for ecotank delays very difficult and we recorded as you know and some disc jockey in Philadelphia. Something played the song for twenty four hours but once upon a time. Dj's could like change her. Yeah and we had to put it out so we don't put now's single Al. Ruin all careers you know. We've got more serious stuff. That will a punk bands. You know we want to sing song like no milk today. Weren't like you know songs like good songs about real things. And so you never gonNA kiss at four hundred thousand advance orders. What you're putting it out by. How quickly they have you heard Gilbert's version of Mrs Brown? You've got a lovely daughter. No but I bet. I'm going to take the fear in this man's Eyes Gilbert K. K. Also can't see on the radio yeah. Can we do something good? I owe you do whatever you want your show. I was trying to segue into that. Why do you want to do something? Good I okay. Well we have in for both. It's a warm up okay. Okay we'll do. Brown's got his process. Peter I don't WanNa have you written new words for it? You Show Jackie. The joke men slain cousin written you some script for Do we have this Brown? Looks older than she ought to. Are you okay with a Kariuki background? Because that's all we've got I love it. We go gill what later start. And then you'll pick it up from here. I'll pick it up from Taylor this way. Peter will quite often acclimate them but what it actually is. Single bit you start. Oh here we go brown. You've got a lovely shawl some and she does love love me now. She's made clear enough. H Ain't no good to pine read Are Uh me now. She's made clear. I know no good to see. You know the tune Gilbert be around makes show route good to see that I saw. I doubt around in here. I talked to eight dollars. Brag as God's own crowd I love would never been a single that should go on side two tracks but I'm really impressed with your knowledge of the song crap. So am I heard it before at least twice God. I hope you'll watch de not a bad Gilbert gottfried impression. Peter Just just shout as loud as I could. That's that's all it and I just. I just didn't go anywhere near the melody. The rhythm one is where you want. It's like working with Ginger Baker. You just supposed to imagine where Walmart and if you don't know because you haven't done heroin with the infield semen Mr Bak- uh freed singing. We might put you through another one later but before I get office was a lovely day. We're having here more vocal to his was to tell you mentioned Elvis before. Do tell us about meeting Elvis and you've got to interview him. Incredibly is the worst into when you come into England to. Oh dear take what happened was we saw we were in Hawaii. We had one day off. We it says in in the in the story that Peter. Noone is meeting Elvis Presley on his day off from three hundred sixty day tour. We were so young and stupid the our agents figured we had one more yes. Lille left in the business and to sell us every night everywhere. So we'd go France Belgium Holland Germany Italy Israel Hong Kong and we end up day hundred ninety six with a day off in Honolulu. Lucas has been a time change. We've earned a day And in the hotel. We see colonel. Tom Parker who to meet is one of the most fascinating people on the planet. And he's got the cigar and a hat and the fake Texas thing going and we coerce him into in US me Elvis. Who is they're making a movie and DJ? Tom Murphy who plans the whole thing? Said I could set it up and you will say it's you're going to do an interview with him because he met the Beatles and he didn't have a really good time with him because he thought he thought they were disrespectful or interesting. Yeah I mean that's just an aside so is going to be nothing but maximum respect from Peter Noone. Who Watches now saying? Have you fallen over? I don't know why it's I've got to say no because otherwise it calls nine one one so I mean so so we get so we get this call. Peter's ignoring a warning on his wristwatch. Yeah have you fallen over? Must've been that direction. 'cause I'm missing page. Okay I need you to print up. You're not going to sing an Elvis. All you think they'll they'll prepping for print. They'll prep it for. I know the woods. He's arranged to take us. And we've gotta be in the car at five. Am So me and bury the trump. Barry Whitlam the drama from Herman's hermits. Stay up all night because when you're young you think if I stay up a definite in the offbeat ready I'll be ready. The clock otherwise the rest of the home. It's all over slept. They didn't make the five o'clock Waco. Think that to me Elvis. Because they were tired you know under the ninety two days on the road so we we get in this car and they take us up and the best part is Elvis punks. They take because in this hot. It's all these Hawaiian huts. He's making a movie paradise. Hawaiian style or something and we walk in. And there's an elvis flat out on the floor face down as if he's just been party with Keith Richards a Wimp like don fixed. Let somebody has dropped him off there after a big night out just taking him out of the taxi enthrone him in this hot so he's done in who we don't know what to do. And then Elvis walks in an emmy. Looks like Elvis Presley like the most beautiful guy I ever saw. Life is a makeup. And he's ready to go for a movie so they've made him up and he looks like Elvis Presley while I'm like in shock just from CNN. Because he's this idol figure in my world you know like the statues of Jesus and Saint Francis of Assisi. But we've stature home of Elvis. You know my sister is like a big fan and I don't know what to do but I've got this Mike from damaged. Stop calling me on my watch. Excuse me so. Can you hear that? That's all right. So so Elvis. Is there an EAGLES EGOS? I had I put this microphone in front of him and I say My sister has a phone and I've called from the Hawaiian hotel. Throw this bloody watching the toilet Williams. I my sister lives in Liverpool and Osborne works in Ellesmere poor in car factory. And I've called her. I mean Elvis. Denise can believe.
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"In the they were looking at. Oh Chee lookback trap. I advise everyone to watch her to todd. How did you work in class was scoring Gilbert? I knew we'd love it. Don't you working class parents? Feel about you entertaining the royal family. You know man that must have been one of my greatest regrets is I never ever said to my parents. I'm happy that you're proud of my work. You know I mean I'd never thought to use. I never went home and said. Hey Dad what you think of that. Thanks for you know getting me. I never thank them forgetting the into whatever place I got to you know net sale on my only regret is. I never thank my parents properly for being you know. Let me live with my grandmother. She opened up criminal and I. I saw something poll silent just as the Queen. Mother was cool. Because I I you know that line where you stand in. And I'm so of Kowtowing. Kits the Queen. This is the royal family. And I'm like a real loyal British citizens especially then an. I'm like bowing in front of her as if she's like. You know Jesus like big. This is a big deal and and she. She very kindly says them. You had won the best dressed. Man in England twice a one of relative and Antony Snowdon Lord Snowdon at also tied with me one year tide is the coal dressed man of the year so she knew about the best dressed man. 'cause it was part of a family that she goes that's a lovely suit and I said you know the materials English but I had it made in France wasn't it wasn't an English Taylor and she goes. Oh yes you'll wife's for France isn't she? She must have read the Bio before the show that she knew that I was married to a Frenchman and she can. She connected all the dots and she was probably ate dinner homework and yeah and An anorexic probably they all do probably well wherever they briefing them and I saw something I think Paul. Shaffer was talking to you stalking me talking you. You said they used to call you. I'll see if I'm pronouncing it correctly. Yup with a Yiddish AQAP. Yuck Yuck Yuck on the York with the addition cop because nobody knows how this happened. Nobody knows how this explain. I could try and explain in Manchester. There was a think will jail be which was the Jewish Lads Brigade and there was a girl who went. That name was Wendy. Herman it's really weird. I'm not in Herman so much. I used to go the jailed Jewish Lads Brigade and for some reason. Nobody questioned me. What are you doing here? And the Jewish people young English Jewish boys. Who would fight? If anybody started stirring up more trouble so I was very attracted to lack of affi- I'd five something worth fighting for. You know said a fight over Goetze an extra inc. I can fight for something that means something so so. I'm friends with this and Graham. Gouldman is bound. Mcc Elizabeth. Who's my manager eventually is. They're all members of this sect. This little place that I'm not even part but I'm a musician so I can play there and eventually I'm called home in some so. They think I'm the would the Chicago that they think that I'm smaller than I really am. Because 'cause all the newspapers saying the happiest millionaire the luckiest millionaire one hit record and a million pound deal from the label. And I'm going to need so no. No no no. It's a million dollars and eleven partners. You know I got the million. Costa is yeah means. I'm not Jewish and in the Chicago means my a Jewish brain. Oh it's like a Goya put them right Gil. Yes exactly I M Schaefer. Yeah shit cut out right there like complimented means some smart for some reason for some reason I could speak Yiddish. The most of the okay. I'm not going to do anymore because I've forgotten what most of it by God. I do. Now do Bruno. Yiddish Aston fully from my wife is from Strasbourg where they speak a dialect and I can. I can make full on the floor laughing when I do when I speak German or your dish to her shovel. You were able to speak Yiddish years ago when I was a kid. I because I lived in this culture where almost one hundred percent of the people in the culture were speaking. Yiddish just happened to be that neighborhood that I was in because I I wanted to be part of. There's that that that was a band called the mocking birds. Which which Graham. Gouldman was in which was my favorite sort of local band and they would then want they. They'd made the first record in for your love. Which is we re recorded as well. There was three versions of the mocking birds than there was the the home and term its version and then the yardbirds got it right. They had the hit for your love and they and they would also do that recorded bus. Stop which we did. And then the Hollywood had a number one with us to give only songs to our friends. We never ever spoke to any of them ever again after we gave them the hermits recorded bus. Stop and for your love but you didn't put it out. He was single this. We tried to make singles every time we went in the studio. We were trying to make a single and the ones that failed. Were called album tracks recites Vicky. Most I think those were hits. Those those songs table we wouldn't we wouldn't have ever recorded it. He think they were here. I see you wouldn't have rolled. Wouldn't wasted the money on tape. I say he was a genius Mickey Mouse because he could make you believe. Be Singing Mrs Brownie. He never liked Mrs Brown. You've got lovely thought. It was just we needed one more track for an album and I- every song in our set list was already somebody else had made a record of it. So we do that. We can't do Rollover Bay overcome really in Iraq. And we can't do this because you can't do so. All the popular local songs were already recorded. So what else have you got? Keith Sean clunk clunk clunk okay. So don't worry we put it on. We put it track three on side to not ever get that far less. We truly believed that that people wouldn't listen to the whole home. And so yeah that that came from a Tom. Courtney movie The mislaid miss a play. Mrs Attala televise play. You know what happened is really odd story. That was was this a play written by by Forgotten his name now. But flay and Tom Courtney was in it. And Tom Courtney Jawing. The opening segment.
"noone" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Which is a little talking erm system which is no one's ever heard swear the river. Mersey begins is in this little town Amsterdam where your grandmother? I put you up on stage. Same places that's where we lived. We lived I live with my grandparents. My parents are from Liverpool but I I. My parents were at university when I was a kid. I me and my sister live with my grandparents because my parents it was this thing called the war ended in nineteen forty five that one. We've all we've always had one goal. Got Good war going somewhere so my parents were. A mother was sent to the countryside 'cause THEY WERE BOMBING. Manchester 'cause stuff in Manchester and Liverpool bombing it and they sent the women and the children out into the thing. And all the guys gave all the guys and bayonet and send them off their off you go. My Dad was in the Air Force and he was gone and then at the end of the wool. Like about nineteen fifty three. They tried to recover. All these people's lives had been destroyed. You know just mess now. The War so my dad went back to Edinburgh University and Ida Kar everyone is degree gone. A mother went to Cambridge and lots of the people in my neighborhood in Manchester and Liverpool live with their grandparents. It was just part of the culture. And you know there's no better person to live within your grandparents. 'cause they're usually death eye death and they go to bed at nine o'clock and they sleep. I without any ambulance or anything to just go to sleep so you can bring girls in. You can sleep goes. You can have a drummer in the living room playing as loud as Joe Bonham and they don't wake up. What was this? Is Your grandmother burning. Someone's house down all. Don't she never did? It just wanted people to believe okay. She never did it. People believed to watch out for that neum family. The crazy day crazy. She's from Ireland. We will return to Gilbert Gottfried amazing colossal pot cash but first a word from our sponsor. Hey It's been henry and Marcus host of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only on spotify. Join us if you want. Obviously we never force anyone to just blindly bad be crazy but if you like stories about Doomsday Cults. Do exactly that and more. Please talk on spotify visit spotify dot com slash last podcast to listen free. You know. It's when you said about the joy of the Beatles 'cause I it reminds me like old like the cool rockstar snarled. They all angry. Look on in Mobile Alabama. Yeah yeah it just different? They wouldn't. It was Elvis. Had Odd names names. Normal people had do put on a pedestal. An idolized beetles had the opposite crowned vibe. You didn't need to idolize US wanting to be one of them interested and yesterday. Frank sent me a clip. I had never seen before. I knew it was gonNA be a clip. That high would like okay. You were Herman's hermits. Were playing in front of the Royal Family. Oh Yeah I knew that clip. Oh absolutely I know. I said this. He knows London Palladium. Yeah Yeah Herman's hermits performing if I were rich man and you believe that. We didn't know that that was not appropriate. Senate to Paul Schade loved you and you know what's right. It was the I called when I saw recently. I had never. I didn't know there was a I didn't know though even recorded under the televised stuff but mostly be dumped all that stuff along time ago they they sold the tapes to someone so I didn't know existed and I watched it had to call all the hermits I don't speak to them of our call demise. I took us a call called a view of a scene that Royal Command performance. You Watch on Youtube. I said let me just quick question when we did it. Did anyone come up to you like mom all all one of the managers or or anybody then everybody come up to you. Say brought hell Mac. I didn't know you could do that. You were brilliant. And he goes now known said I said well let me tell you now I just watched it you brilliant. They will not dance as they didn't do curry for four weeks. We hate it every minute. We hate because they were trying to change us into from this kind of punk band into what we thought was the bachelor which was a and dad's kind of cabaret band and the guy who put that show together and did all. The choreography had done the bachelor show. Roman I hear the mission bells all that stuff. You know which we didn't WanNa do any of that we will not we will not Caro Mea mine or anything. We were the opposite of that we will. I woke up this morning feeling fine. You know that was off thing and I completely. I think we were brilliant and I i. It was the Queen Mother Ann. I didn't know much about any of that. It seemed coronation and I remembered for the coronation. We will all of my school. We were given a banana. Never seen this is all going through my head as I'm saying if I were. Richmond is a queen and you remember nineteen fifty three to the coronation street. They came for the school and they gave all the kids have banana. Unlike some teacher explained how this was the perfect package at appeal. And you just pay the often eight the insides and then you through the packet and God is schools called the English martyrs by the way the unguarded package this so well that they could ship it from what we don't know where he came from this banana. Probably Panama knows. We don't know we peel the in an we and it was like this is a memorable thing for English people's fruit was non existent my mom and dad at a ration book. A My dad used to trade his petrol ration for cigarettes. That's all I can remember. I remember Lou live every Friday night. We'd get a cool to pound chocolates caramels on the ration book and that was a big deal chocolate caramel now. I buy them in the hotel and the two boxes you know. They've always caught them his soul from World War Two. Yeah I mean everybody. Everybody was from World War Two. I used to run into Jones. Dad and I say you know to eat cool. She slammed the door in your face. Because you know drinking talk getting pissed it's called and when you get pissed you have great information to fix all the people's problems some- cover kind of noble that you've opaque drunken England and so so I'm drunk. You know probably you know desert and running off to see not not common back probably her is finks health even in with his ex ante. Mimi also kind of I'd be disturbed by I. My parents went away but at least they went to universtiy than go sailing around the world and swing he conned astound Pete. You held a cold the room. It was boring being home. What do you mean boiling will blow in your on the ship with the sale as he could play cards? And you can drink whole night and you should have been in a band pass show. John Lennon's father was explaining to you. Why he he was sad because he was he was gone out to John's house. It was regretful. An e and he couldn't understand that John Wooden deal with him but e Fred was trying to be a pulp starring. Tom Jones manager. I also like managing. This feels dad now. I WanNa put you on the spot again. It's cold tear Irish people if we all our souls people in rock and roll in England. They've all got some Irish virus and we will get drawn and sharing secret. Every family as a sacred. My Grandmother People's houses down access say close to your grandmother. Oh yeah she'll of two hundred four. When did you go very early if you live with your grandmother? Dan? This don't see you don't have to communicate that I know they make sandwiches and everything I gotta put you on the spot again. Need to hear a little of if I were rich man if I were Richmond here the other day long guide Giddy Giddy if I was a little demand I wouldn't have to calm. I didn't realize that was really politically incorrect. Especially in front of the Queen. Mother's life fun thing counts in some material for the show. That was. The last night was the only time I've ever done that. Everybody can see fiddler. On the Roof Coleman Show fiddler on the Jerry Herman I knew he would use acted on but like Greek dancing with yes. Yes Shit every second. Ob was fucking great. And you know what's great? The hermits counting two three four one two three four and think never ever ever done a dance step. We passed scrape and they were great. They focus nobody makes a mistake. Every and this is live and there's another band playing music we'd never done that before. We have to listen to someone else plane before we'd always accompanied ourselves we. We're not used to having a and they were in the pit and they hate us the guys.
"noone" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"You know what I mean like. Oh you're not leaving that you know you. And they basically threw me physically. Held me push me against the wall and opened the door and push me out of my boss. But we didn't well different mobile phones. We'll call and I'm out and then there was also a time you saw your name like they written a song. Oh yes the old song just for you. There's lots of stuff happened. It wasn't him cooled Abbey Road than it was on Abbey Road Manchester so it's called Ama studios. And so I'm everybody's getting a Song Grin Cilla. Black has got a song written full for for her. And she's Tommy quickly and Billy J Kramer really j Kramer and the foremost. Everyone's getting a song rail everybody from the scene that I'm from his at a song written by Lennon McCartney and they're all little put it on wants everything that they do is even even Cilla black bad songs of being number one because John Lennon has written them some. Thank you as tag on on seat. Look fellas look. I've written a song for me nickel and this all these boxes with song. Titles on the look look for the moon and was for no one. I could try believe I read. The route would new own no one. It was much better than the song that they never wrote me about seeing them for the for the first time is kind of what's in the field near grandmothers to. How do you know this stuff? So what happened. Was We me and this guy called Allen Wrigley can I swear on your show we insist? Please normally swear but it's par- it's in. It has to be in his words so we we practice in D- d- D- debate it. We can hear someone else practicing in the distance and you know in those days every street at least three groups and eleven guitar players every street in Manchester every street in Liverpool every street Newcastle had at least eleven bands like New Jersey today. So and and you can hear this and it's like Ding Ding Ding. So me and Allen Wrigley Get up and go look in following the sound another group somewhere and we cross afield and then in the next field across on a stage that is about eighteen inches high. The Beatles do what we thought was practicing but it was a soundcheck because we're only practicing their words one two one two and and it's the Beatles practice in so I go I'll it's beal. We've seen them live before but we've never seen them with this new drama. Who's on a bit of the stage? That's even higher than the band so called drum rise. But we'd never seen one like that only big time dramas at thinks. So what does he think he is Sydney Stapleton or something? So so we stay. We're going to watch the Beatles and and they come on stage and they're in their first song remember even what the song was but halfway through the song this bass player he was bass player in this new group that we just put together. Pete Novak in heartbeats and he's looking at the Bandon. I'm looking at the BANDON. We've never seen anything quite like this. And he goes pete well with fucked. It's over. He wants to quit show business because he's seen the future doesn't include anything that he's ever going to be. He knows in his head that if he practices every day for the next thirty five years. Eleven twelve hours a days. He's not going to be as good as any one of those Beatles so he quits the business that minute. That is the last you ever see of him with a guitar. And I'm inspired I. I love to be in the band who have fun with each other like that. You know these guys have calling my bunny. Not really that fun. Look at the way the Beatles interacted with each other and that they're like singing and he just didn't see here. Yeah Yeah and then and then John Lennon light is the lead singer of this Ben. This part of the Beatles thing lead singer is this guy called John Lennon and the end of the show he steps off the stage to the right and he talked to boys the boys in the audience. No one's ever seen abandoned left boys who fans. It's the beginning of that bit where I think the Fabian thing. You know this pullover. That you gave to me isn't really hidden home. Run WITH ANY BOYS. Because don't those kind of boys haven't been born yet. Who WanNa pullover from a guy so cells interesting. Yeah so does this new thing like rock and roll thing where rock people connect with boys in the audience. 'cause east undecided stage talking to like a bunch of fifteen year old boys because he knows that they're going to need a following if they're going to be a big band and I go. Wow that's incredible because the only people I know who do that. Allow the Everley brothers who you see you know you go backstage and hang around the state door the Everley brothers come out and Phillies. Nice to everybody. Don's Kinda quiet but they talked to all their fans. Thank you come to downtown I. They've got all that package. Look Polished entertainers by. But they was still to. This is scary because they had everything kind of what you would call perfection all the Volk you know. They didn't have monitors right. There was no they just played with each other. It was like one cocoa thing with explicable really bad and there was so much joy. Excuse me amongst them on the stage. I'd love to be in a situation like that where I like all the people and they play a bum note. Everyone laughs at you and those kind of joy going on like like a like a soccer team winning the cup kind of by you know. This is very aid for young boys. That was very inspiration under girls all like because they were all cute guys and they they had none role names remers George. They were names. Everyone's called Elvis and billy fury and Adam faith in Georgia fame and is like George Harrison. Sounds like a work in Manila's Ikea Potato Digger. Almost you know so. I say potato digger because my parents only went to England because he couldn't find a potato where they lived and so they swam. Yes so so it was. It was very refreshing time in the music business because it changed the rules about lighting and spotlights and an choreography because until then all British bands at a couple of steps that they did the shadows and Johnny Kidd and the pirates would lie Boom boom don't and they'd had steph curry goofy is these guys are just say we all these tunes that we'd like to show you how they supposed to be played and we can smile or all these songs because we truly enjoy music. You know we're not play into anybody else's rules we've just created this new thing and we've been in Germany plaintive bunch of ourselves for ages and ages and ages who don't even look us when we play and just come for a bevy and alien. Go look at this. These people look the audience has come into the frontal stage and let those two. It's the backer going to quit. Show business because we're good and it was a magic moment and it was in a field. It was that was Abbott's park.
"noone" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And occasional actor former teen idol and a genuine rock and roll legend at the tender age of fifteen. He became the lead singer and frontman of one of the most popular and successful recording acts of old time. Herman's hermits with hits like I'm into something good. Can't you hear my heartbeat thrashed kind of Hush Mrs Brown? You've got a lovely daughter and I'm Henry. The Eighth Day sold millions of records scored eighteen top forty hits performed two arenas packed with screaming fans and in the year nine thousand nine hundred sixty five at the peak of their success. They outsold even the Beatles. He appeared in feature films as well as hit TV. Shows like the Ed Sullivan. Show Laverne and Shirley married with children. Quantum leap American idol and has starred on the Broadway stage and on national tours and his popular rock and roll history. Show something good with Peter. Noone can be heard on the channel sixties on six on Sirius. Xm In a long and impressive career. This man has worked with and shared the stage and screen with an rubbed elbows with Elvis Presley. Danny Kate Liberace. Jackie gleason Tina Turner. Tom Jones the bee gees. The WHO the rolling stone. Jimmy Page David Bowie. The hollies Louis Armstrong John Lennon the supremes and Paul McCartney and frank likes to say that sparingly scratching the surface Laudi hell and he's entered his seventh decade in show business. He still out there performing with upcoming live concerts and appearances all over the. Us and Canada. Please welcome one of the key. Figures of the cultural explosion known as the British invasion and a man who says he was told to stay away from drugs by none other than Keith Richards. Legendary piece her. No that's that's I'm out of here. That's the that's the longest most incredible introduction. I've ever had in my life and not only was. I told to stay away from drugs. I was threatened by Judy. We will come find you a beat you up if we ever find out you'll smoking pot or a good come find you A. We're going to pick you up C- couldn't catch me now. Now I WANNA put you on the spot first thing and to the N. tip. You did you acted in pirates of penzance. Yeah now with the script. Oh without it. Can you sing you sing the whole song? Obviously but some of Mudan Major General. I am the very model of a modern media. General live information vegetable animal or mineral like quote the Kings of England that quote the facts historical from Mamoloni Waterloo. And Order. Categorical can have another go. I am the very model of a modern Major General of inflammation vegetable animal. The mineral I quote affecting Luminoso affects historical from animal. North illuminates belonged. All and it wasn't even a song he didn't know but I I always wanted you know. Everyone wants to play of course Sagan Oliver and they WANNA play the major general in now. I always got the leading man role you know always which is like. Oh you know. Oh guys took a you know like Oh is not one made Just about you played Frederick Frederick you know I was good at it. Because he's like the direct to lead me to a person that I could be you know in the place of his okay. I'm sorry I didn't see you. I saw the first one with Kevin Kline on Ronstadt. But you you you replaced Smith Wreck Smith. Yeah Yeah and you did it with Jim. Belushi and Pam dober- Jim belushi correct. Jim Belushi and I I didn't do it. Panico I did it with more and more mcgahan Broadway. Yes fantastic could morning after. Yeah let's go to be you know how my mom's favorite song that and let's twist again both go choices casing plus reserve. Twist again like we did last summer. Lots shake your baby is my mother. She would she would. She thought it was cool to say the woods. Shaky Talk Baby. Can't get enough of that. Focus to go. She was from Liverpool and they would all kind of dropped about. I just heard a story yesterday that you told I while you were working at the legendary Abbey Road as a lot. What as a lot I was there. It was called the Beatles at the same time they were in another room and I I always. I always so young naive. I told I could just walk over and be one of the box the boys site at C. At see John Lennon coming out of the thing and I'd sort of ease over towards him. You know like an and I go all John Got. Let's say I'll stop it? Stop it okay. Home it and say well. What are you doing here? We go recording. I mean when I first met him it was like I was a big fan of the Beatles but I got to be in the same room of them as they were often because I was in a band as well so you think that because you're an abandoned they would accept Jews one of the boys but so top of the POPs and I. I feel like I know them because I've seen them so many times and not actually spoken to them. I'm standing there. Like an egos a nice suit him. It always call me hermit which jarring suit home it thank you do they make it in your size. Quick repartee was not my thing but I said yeah a Mike Taylor can make calls to these stupid jackets color on. I think that was endearing to him. Somebody who had the bulls to give him something back and the next time. I see him at his home in a in a lift an elevator. And I've gone to this place because I know he goes. That is called the Ad Lib Club. And it's like a private club and it's just drinkin- and lots of pretty girls and I was famous for having lots of pretty girls in my entourage and I think that was also an attraction to home home. It's a hermit had had an attractive young girls with him and saw again in the lift at the ad-lib club and standard in. The lift is Terry Doran whose hard light dangerous man from Liverpool. Who's also John Lennon's manager mind heart? Keep away from my boy. He'll still the dispatch and he talk. Don't don't start trouble in an an aide. John showed up in like a psychedelic. Painted Rolls Royce. Set very inconspicuous no under the radar at all. So I get in the lift and we go up and get how an I'm seventeen. I'm not even allowed in this club. I'm with one of the beetle so nobody questions. I'm not just up to enter the same time as them so I get in. I'm stuck I'm standing in this light nightclub and John feels sorry for this kid. Who's so stood there by that time? Who the last one to sit down is an egg. I don't know what that means but I mean I'd never wanted to be the next August. I should sat down. I sat a sat down in. This woman comes over this cocktail waitress seat woman who's probably twenty two but when you fifteen sixteen seventeen twenty two year olds are people so and she comes and she looks me straight in the face and shit she knows I'm not eighteen. And she says there's a two drink minimum light. You probably can't afford to other drinker cut. There's two drink minimum so John says grace I'll have to Bacardi's any left to coax so she comes over and because he wanted the Beatles you can't refuse him so he comes over and magic trick where he gives me one of those little bottles those airline tight sized bottle because these and takes one of my cokes and I sat down out of Cardi and coke and this I'll get the mix ones I'll have to coax and he'll love to place and I became like drinking your drink bought. It wasn't my state. Who already pretty good at drinking. I thought there was a competition going and you could only win and at at Abbey Road. One time you're looking at a recording that the Beatles made and yes so that's a fun story I stupidly. I thought they wanted an opinion and I almost got myself beaten up because it can be in this stunning collection as a kid. You know. I'm very naive. And it's it's you get much more done if you pretend to be even more stupid than you actually are. I'm not We were Kinda band so you think all bands won't share stuff. Sorta come. Listen what you're doing like thinking that's it. Well let's listen to yours. I you know even our show you mine if you show Me Yours. So is it. Okay Okay and I step in this door and his is is absolutely is all unbelievable stuff but I think they think more they'll think are much more than I really am. If I say something.
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"noone" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"New book which is called. Good things we're supposed to happen you by Joey noon and Oh oh any is available now yes you can get an Amazon perfect order signed copy you can get it at joy dot com and when I record the audio book you'll get A. I'll send you a free audio book if the website I sent all tourism is it to you terrific terrific F so getting back to what you do on stage. Are you constantly looking for new material. New People to have fun with well. I got so much stuff stuff that I utilize what I have and then I'll switch things around. I'll take things all up put new things in. I try to add one or two things every year but the nucle- The show is very powerful and it's a musical act you know so it's almost like people. Let's say you WANNA go see Barry. Manilow will you love Barry. manilow songs. Paramedics could come out with new stuff all the time. But when you're GONNA see Berry mental you want to hear. The songs with the hits hits so my stuff I bring. I bring the heads of all these artists when when they come to the show. I'll add new things in but I bring the heads every time people see me so it's not like going to a comedy act. We don't WanNA hand new jokes. Ray Charles I I. I met him Years ago and what a thrill that was and he was one of the most ECLECTIC and electric performance of all time. If a guy or Ray Charles is fabulous wtma thank you thank you. Can you share very go with the show Rigoberta long a I tell you what I say. Oh woman don't show me and your meaning so woman I've never seen seen a guaranteed sale. Show Oh man. It's such a treat to have you with me behind the microphone. Because it's it's you and all of that creative stuff flowing around in that beautiful head of your stuff just comes to me. I'm GonNa give you an example. Something that came to me and I didn't even realize that I had written the joke. It just happened happened some during a commercial appreciation restaurant. We both know that restaurant right. It's a lovely restaurant in the Maldon area. Yeah three St Martin and I'm doing a commercial for them and it's me with all my friends all the voices raining so I had this thing. Where do Robert Deniro Nicole? I said the fried ice cream will tickle your tonsils. Now the fried ice creams a big dish. Desert the fried ice cream ticket your tonsils and so I feel one is L. Pacino. We'd Ice Cream Ernie given Sunday well on Sunday Sunday. Like yeah I get it. I didn't realize I'd written joke. I was just throwing that in there because I didn't realize it was Sunday Sunday. I didn't get it. I'm like why it's funny that I thought it would be. I just kind of threw that punch line. See that's my kind of humor that's the Pun. which is the lowest form? Yeah but my mind Some people love ponds the lowest form you want. I I loved I loved it puts the lowest form of humor. Because it's simple it's simple that's what brilliance lies exactly so it's And then the Al Pacino comes in and goes you've got to fight for every scoop elegant every given Sunday 'cause you gotta fight for every inch and a fight for every scoop and a kind of combined him. In any given Sunday with Colonel Frank Slade and why not. Why not just some some of these people that you do though are because they're performers and sort of larger than life? They are easy to do. I mean some people seem to be very like for instance in the old days as you'd watch John Byner or obviously rich little and people like that and they would go after You know John Wayne Jack Benny See. Do All all those things and you do. A good Jimmy Stewart. WHO still go ahead? Now wait just a minute on. My name is Jimmy Stewart. Lord say a few words Jordan rich pod cashed a wonderful part. Gosh here's the question for. We're here before we wrap up. Do you find that. Occasionally you're doing a show and you're killing and all of a sudden you're doing a particular personality and the younger people in the audience. Look at you like you have three heads. WHO's that 'cause I've had I've mentioned names to people you know Humphrey Bogart? WHO's that it's weird? 'cause they in a way a lot of the younger generation. Their parents weren't really into that. They have parents might have been yeah but they might not followed in their parents like watching the old movies and stuff you know now but we're from that generation you know I'm the youngest of that generation. I'm forty seven. I grew up around. My parents are thirty five years older than me so I grew up listening to snatcher. And and and Bobby Darrin and all that stuff in Tony Banner. Hello everybody. I'm Tony Bennett. Who Come to you John? ooh Baby Mark Favorite play. He's very much. It's a love you and that was a good one because he does often acapella had great. He's ninety three and he's still going strong. It's wonderful well. He's obviously figured out now. What you figured out that the mind is where it's all keeps young? Joya you look young. I feel great. I'm loving what I do and you obviously love what you do do and I think that's what comes through. Well Joey thrilled that you made it here to the podcast. Joey noon is his real name and oh any not to be confused with Joey. No one anura somebody no no no. That's right I just wanted to say my last name Chinese. I want you to repeat after me. Lun Lun Chow Chow. Wah Wah Not Jolla. It's a stupid joke. Run into that some guy. That's me anyway. Joey JOEY VOICES DOT COM. Thank you so much Jordan. Thank you very much for having me and I want to buy the book go to Amazon. Look Joey noon. Good things are supposed to happen to you. Do you believe that folks. I hope that you do because there's a lot of people that don't and the first thing my advice I'd like to leave you these things I want to say. I don't put on the news first thing you wake up in the morning because your mind is only working at about twelve weeks cycles per second which means that. It's the most recordable so that's why that song that comes on the radio when you're loud clock sticks in your head on one. That's that's why put on something motivational inspirational. And I promise you. It will set the spirited tone for the rest of your day and I want you to remember one more thing. It's not the minutes at the dinner tape that make you fat. It's the second I'm GonNa give a little bit thank you thanks Joey. Thank God bless you might. Thanks once again to Joey Voices Aka Joey noon. The author of a brand new book entitled Good. Things are supposed to happen you available on Amazon. This podcast is available edible anywhere. PODCASTS are downloaded. We appreciate you listening and well into twenty twenty. We've got an amazing lineup of guests coming your way because this podcast is all about real. Oh Congress Asian with fascinating so until next time this is Jordan saying as always be well you can do a lot of good take care.
Feds pursuing broad investigation into two associates of Rudy Giuliani, including his consulting business
"We've all heard about the three Amigos I'm lucky to the pharmacy to get that's the knuckle head trio a Steve Martin Chevy Chase Martin short in the nineteen eighty six comedy but now the three Amigos is also synonymous with three US diplomats at the center of US policy toward Ukraine those that make us our ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sunland energy secretary Rick Perry and former special envoy Kurt Volker there's also a sequel here if I may this time it's two Amigos who emerged as central to the impeachment story Soviet former business associates a left Parnassus and Igor Froom on the men were apprehended at Dulles airport in October with one way tickets to Vienna I asked author Gary Graff what we've been learning about the two men in recent days I'm sort of the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern of the impeachment inquiry is popping up in odd places and serving as key go betweens between Rudy Giuliani some of these Ukrainian old darks and even appearing to do some business with president trump on behalf of president trump but love hello this is appearing to be willing to cooperate with house investigators and has turned over some set of audio in potentially video recordings to the committee although he is also in other places asserted his Fifth Amendment privilege to avoid testifying about some of those campaign finance questions where's your from and is not cooperating with Congress and the investigation so it's clear that partners sees any opportunity to potentially help get himself out of the hot water that he's in with federal prosecutors by cooperating with house investigators so in the past two days part of this is also making life more difficult for representative Devin newness the Republican chair of the house intelligence committee what has partners alleged so one of the things that has come out in the last couple of days that is added to the circus like atmosphere of these impeachment hearings is the stunning news that Devin nouni as the man who has been leading the president's defense as ranking member of the house intelligence committee himself has actually been out in Europe investigating Joe Biden's ties in Ukraine and hunter Biden's business ties in Ukraine and that Noone has has been trying to dig up dirt alongside some of these efforts that we have seen from folks like the desert deposed Ukrainian prosecutor Victor shorten so this week fox news anchor Maria Bartiromo ask newness about that trip bottom line were you in the end it with Shokan yeah the look of I really want to answer all of these questions and I promise you absolutely will come back on the fifth hole it answer these questions Gary Graff wouldn't be pretty easy to establish whether harnesses claim that Noone is went to Vienna it's true yes and in fact there's very clear evidence that at least aspects of it are true Devin unions has filed for tax payer reimbursement of some of these trips including at least fourteen thousand dollars that he charged for a four day trip that would appear to me to the parameters of what is being alleged so basically the allegation is that Devin newness was also trying to dig up dirt on the buttons yes it into put it a little bit more simply that Devon knew me as the leading defender of the president in Congress in these impeachment hearings is himself a co conspirator in the underlying efforts Gary Graff is the author of the threat matrix inside Robert Muller def be on the war on global
"noone" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Katie axe all right so Noone is is is still going on but I enjoy the first part because he didn't think right looking forward to your visit to the visit of a high level delegation but there's no words that can describe our wonderful country how nice warm and friendly are people are how tasty and delicious R. food is how wonderful Ukrainians words cannot describe our country so it would be best for you to see it yourself so if you can come that would be great so again I invite you to come the president well I agree with you about your country and I look forward to it when I own Miss Universe they always had great people always very well always very well represented when you're sorry under the right leg this is the transcript that and and we can we we we need to start that one from the beginning I get a plate trump have you give me give me give me the copy of the transcript they're very complimentary of each other I just had a little bit yeah yeah yeah this is what these calls apparently are who just as everyone yes you know we don't have that presidents do the heavy lifting right president just like all men and Mister Gorbachev you're the bat what spot on your face I've never seen your face when you're talking about you're a handsome man to man and then it's the underlings that are like he's not coming to your you to visit to meet you unless you get that spot that's right it's not up and then he'll be like they said what you know what let me talk to those people because that's an insult you have a beautiful beautiful spotless perfect face like I mean we ought we we all know we're in a situation where we have spies in everyone of these countries and all this that's if there's one legitimate criticism of trump.
Box office preview
"The angry birds movie to brings the video game characters back to the big screen this time king mud beard is at war with the birds angelic creatures shows up threatening to start a new ice age and freeze everyone along with Jason sudekis Josh gad Leslie Jones Nikki massage and bill Hader lend their voices to this computer animated comedy based on the bestselling twenty twelve novel of the same name as the comic mystery where'd you go Bernadette the title character is a mother who hates people especially the fellow parents of her daughter's school the when she suddenly disappears our daughter seeks out the truth about what happened to our mother Cate Blanchett Billy Crudup Kristen Wiig Judy Greer and Lawrence Fishburne star Seth Rogan and his producing partners released their twelfth film good boy when three sixth graders are invited to the first coed party they try to learn as much as possible about how to kiss but a broken drone leave them on a wild journey involving paintball the cops stolen drugs and more this comedy stars Jacob Tremblay Keith L. Williams Brady Noone will for Terry still in theaters are Hobbes and shot the kitchen The Lion King once upon a time in Hollywood and door and the lost city of gold plus spider man far from home to a story for the art of racing in the rain the farewell hand
Ken Chiampou, Trump and John Kobylt discussed on John and Ken
"Radio station john and ken show john kobylt and ken chiampou kfi am six forty yes everybody all right coming up after three o'clock we'll check in on trump's little london visit i actually listened to most of that news conference this morning with theresa may just happened to tune in i was like oh this ought to be cool and it's like two people with completely different world views on a lot of things just trying to act like they're buddies i think well it's mostly trump trying to act like he just loves her thinks she's the greatest she doesn't throw a lot of love back but she doesn't stand there and exactly complain about them anyway we'll talk about all this is especially on immigration the story that's big of course in this country right now we'll talk about all this in place of audio on the after the news at three o'clock on the john and ken show i have never heard of and i have to work on pronouncing his name a hockey theater coppola's taki apparently says he's been a columnist john for over forty years forty one years as a spectator columnist is this an entertainment website i don't know i guess he's well known in his world i've seen his name but i don't know anything about him i don't either taki he goes by his first name t a k i at first i didn't know if it's a man or a woman because i was reading the column and then i realized because i googled it is an eight year old greek guy he's eighty he will be se's eighty yes that's why he's been a columnist for over forty one years for spectator i send the reason he's in the news is that he ran a column this morning with an interview with harvey weinstein headline breaks the silence at least that's the way the rest of the media was reporting it and i can tell you now just a couple of hours ago he's retracted the column which again he now says in his forty one years he's never done before well the column is based on a very it's a very short story well he claims it wasn't really an interview it was just a social visit well yeah but i mean there was an exchange and he wrote down the exchange he had with hard director a quotes you can't you can't re how can you retract something that actually happened reported on the conversation they had yes but he's trying to act like as a professional journalist that wasn't the exact setting for an interview and maybe harvey didn't even realize it was an interview and i should not have quoted him in a column because it wasn't really an internal looks like somebody told the truth yes yes people tell the truth the reason this is making news is it harvey weinstein is quoted as saying the following i offered acting jobs in exchange for sex so does everyone they still do he also added he did not force himself on a single woman in fact here's the whole quote which is kinda funny he looked at taki you were born rich and privileged and you were handsome i was born poor ugly jewish defied all my life to get somewhere you got lots of girls no girl looked at me until i made it big in hollywood yes i did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex but so did and still does everyone but i never ever forced myself on a single woman now he says it took place in his new york office and weinstein's lawyer ben brockman was also there well i mean shortly after the story was published brooklyn's out saying weinstein has been misquoted should and called on hockey to issue a retraction she's now done social call he's not poor gleaned jewish and said i was pressing for the conversation it was not an interview social meeting between old friends harvey kentucky did not discuss the case noone allow him to they talked about old hollywood in contrast to european culture and i think talkie sees harvey in that older light mr weinstein never said anything about trading movie roles for sexual favors you'll have my word that harvey did not say that of course he did and and it's the truth and everybody has known that for for decades but only actresses tell that story so everybody knows it goes on all the time i don't understand what what are we playing pretend about here i you're right trading sex for a movie role is not illegal besides icing yourself is a legal i.
New Jersey man could lose his limbs from flesh-eating bacteria caught while crabbing
"To mel hill to debate on racism owens made the challenge after accusing hill being used by democrats to paralyze blacks with undue fear the two black media stars have been going back and forth on twitter since he'll quoted cnn tweet about antigun protesters shutting down chicago highway hill who has criticized president trump said the only reason black people have been caught liberals is because they hate racism owens who is an outspoken trump supporter shout back that all people hate racism hill disagreed and last tweet she is not accepted owens's challenge some swimmers in southern new jersey wants to know if there is something in the water they should be afraid of the summer a cumberland county man fighting for his life today after contracting flesh eating bacteria angel perez was crabbing in the maurice river on july second wins right leg just started to swell then the swelling spread to all his limbs he's in the intensive care unit at cooper university hospital could end up having all his limbs amputated as a result of the bacteria noone laden nbc news radio new jersey targe used by the late tom petty's up for auction fatty play the cherry nineteen sixty five gibson s g during the heartbreaker stand on bob.
Marcus Morris of Boston Celtics -- I'm 'probably the best guy' defending LeBron James, outside of Kawhi Leonard
"Guys look forward to basketball soundbites at practice you do but i wish they were actually planning as a basketball looks like there was some some hammering there i mean noone dribbles the ball that fast so i i think that there was someone with a nice tool kit there little hammer nail apparently there's some work to be done there and the practice facility so it's good to see the multifaceted celtics playing a little basketball but also saying you know what i don't like the way this picture this picture right here this is not working out rarely well all that up for me give me your level to level there go a little basketball in practice did you see chris forsberg story on espn dot com that he posted today and chris will be joining us later right here on dickerson hood marcus morris is telling everyone that except for coli leonard he's the best person in the nba to defend lebron james that's true no but i appreciate him saying that though i appreciate him saying you know why because someone's gotta say something right if you feel strongly that you're going to have the lion's share of the time taking on lebron james defensively then then go ahead then feel that way but here's the thing once you say that you you're not gonna stop lebron james not even gonna slow down lebron james but you have to make it very difficult for.
North Carolina, Wsb and Bank Of America discussed on Atlanta's Morning News
"Live during atlanta's evening news a chase on i twenty resulted in arrest in the death of a six year old boy killed in a spray of gunfire over a social media post to county police captain at mayor says sixyearolds amari mitchell died when seventeen year old sean williams became enraged over that social media post got out turn around and fired a total of thirty one shots back towards the victim's home mitchell who was inside playing at the time was struck and later died williams who had been on the run ever since was arrested following a brief chase that ended near candler road jennifer griffiths wsb to a cheering crowd and elkhart indiana president trump promotes his june summit with north korea's kim jong meeting with kim jong to pursue a future of peace and security for the world for the whole world abc's terry moran explains why singapore neutral venue that had to be within range of of kim jong un's very old airplanes he he doesn't have very up to date transportation and so he only had a range of a couple thousand miles trump boasts still get a better deal with north korea than obama did with iran the wsb energywatch bank of america projects crude oil prices could hit one hundred dollars a barrel next year bfa is concerned about global supply and the effects of sanctions on iran harshest strongest most stringent sanctions on iran that could further deplete supply crews already at a threeyear high more people get sick from salmonella tainted eggs traced to a farm in north carolina the cdc warns the eggs are sold under different brand names including publix and wal mart's great value about three dozen people in nine states have fallen ill in the past month a third wound up in the hospital so far noone sick and georgia with a two hundred million eggs from rose acre farms have been recalled wsb news time.
New York AG Eric Schneiderman resigns after allegations he physically abused 4 women
"In the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am h one thousand npr news and the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the center noone at the white house president trump is to announce whether he will withdraw the us from the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement with iran that deal negotiated during the obama administration lifts sanctions on tehran in exchange for iran limiting its nuclear ambitions npr's asia rosco has more president chavez made clear he does not like the iran nuclear agreement but european allies have urged the president not to withdraw from the deal they are you there are ways addresses concerns without discarding the agreement but it's not clear they will succeed in their effort at the end of his recent visit to the us the president of france that he thought trump would walk away from the deal britain and germany have also been urging the president to maintain the agreement german chancellor angela merkel was at the white house following that visit by french president emmanuel macron police in germany are investigating separate accidents involving passenger trains npr's psoriasis are haughty nelson in berlin says they left four people dead in the first accident police are investigating how the commuter train ended up on the same track as the stationary freight train struck outside a small town north of munich the second crash also occurred in bavaria at an uncontrolled crossing when a car struck a passenger train more than a dozen people were also injured in that first crash i'm dave mattingly in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york just hours after an explosive magazine article posted to the internet new york attorney general eric schneiderman announced he's resigning wnyc shawn carlson reports in a statement sundermann says he'll relinquish his office by the end of the business day the new yorker i reported allegations made by four separate women against schneiderman saying he choked and slap them at times to the point where they sought medical attention he was also accused of threatening to kill two of the women if they broke up with them multiple officials including new york governor andrew cuomo and city council speaker cory johnson had called on the ag to resign schneiderman says he strongly contest the.
LAPD officer charged with murder in DUI crash that killed family
"You buy yeah you buy your lazy noone rolls they're owning or do they none of that so so anyway that's that four twenty this and here's the thing this is what happens when you legalize something and it actually stops being interesting or hip this is what happens is is government f sit up put so many regulations on it that they're that they can't compete with the dealer that was selling you pot last year and so in your dad drops you off of the pod shop so so that's that's how that's how totally rad you are now do those nineteen so you've absolutely eliminated anything the kids can do to shock you now in california so so what's next we'll be back right after this is tim conway junior show brian filling in kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael japan with the news democratic party has sued russia the trump campaign and wikileaks democrats claim those groups conspired to help president trump win in two thousand sixteen dnc tom perez calls the alleged conspiracy an unprecedented act of treachery lapd officer is facing murder charges for a dui crash in whittier it happened on the six zero five in september chp says the cop got drunk and rear ended another car that burst into flames killing three people authorities say that a car chase by police has crashed along the ten freeway in pasadena to people inside the car being tastes have been arrested this chase ended earlier tonight near allen avenue we'll check out the forecast and the freeways next retirement is on your mind you're thinking about it more than ever perhaps it's fast approaching maybe you've just retired either way you know you're going to live a long.
Scott Pruitt asked to use sirens in D.C. traffic and was told no for non-emergency
"Traffic safety administration looking into reports that g one fifty nine models caused crashes that killed or injured ninety five people over a decade lawsuits alleged the tires are actually made for delivery trucks and not motorhomes daria albinger abc news now your political insights from abc news reporters asking the president whether he's still supports epa chief scott pruitt mr trump responding i do but white house spokeswoman sarah sanders saying the president is not okay with revelations that pruitt pages fifty dollars a month rent from the wife of an energy lobbyists or that the epa gave to pruitt friends and aides thirty and fifty thousand dollar raises after the white house said no the president of west virginia roundtable where he was supposed to talk tax cuts would spend much time on immigration discussing mexican rapists as he did when he announced his candidacy this time saying it's happening in a caravan of immigrants through mexico i use the word rape and yesterday it came out where this journey coming up women are raped at levels at nobody's ever seen before they don't want to mention that noone mentioning it because there are no reports of it happening with those refugees this week those your political insights i'm andy field abc news now the white house announces its considering more tariffs against china abc's brian clark explains president trump says when it comes to trading with china in many respects i think we're gonna have a fantastic relationship longterm with china but we have to get this straightened out we have to have some balance hours after making those comments in west virginia the white house announced he's instructed the us trade representative to investigate the possibility of an additional one hundred billion dollars in tariffs on chinese imports saying china was harming us farmers manufacturers brian clark abc news president trump breaks his silence on stormy dangles responding to reporters questions on air force one thursday the president saying no when asked to fee knew about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment his personal attorney made to the adult film actress days before.
"noone" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Noone saying his heinous stuff the state's raising that we're having a conversation that people are disappointed he should be out of the league ostracized from league because he simply believes that minorities in his country have been treated unfairly four hundred years i don't know a lot of people who disagree with that but are you taking your support for his calls as support for him the player which rosay of our say i'm saying if that's what he's he's these set and or believes right now no what has he done that vilifies him that that makes it doesn't have to be vilify couple where i could take a sorrier quarterback thing you who is here every single day when is building opens and closes not going anywhere but football and who has a personality won't calls attention at any time he inherited resume any time he has been on a team he's been nothing but would you said as far as they're working out showing up all his teammate wrong you forgot about him a chip kelly to kelly say they like to be what your car cabinet knob good then he had three start don't forget laugh alsisi at three surgeries like people are we are reading the highlights of this and i did it because it looks ugly because like you said why kabai here i could just kneel down if i want to but if you really get it the do came in twenty pounds underway he had a dead arm he's a quarterback he had a debt arm three surgeries klein system with every than you mentioned again let's see it everything you just mentioned back to the productivity he took a sorry team and was able to gain a bizarre equaliser into yes the team was not great but here about other why's he ever career of losing the what he had another look bad yellow that and then he went to the super bowl and then are the nfc championship that sounds great you gave it highlights dougie low hunting lx weiser career starting wrecker.