17 Burst results for "Norman Greenbaum"

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"It perfectly. Maybe it returns to your hand. Can you imagine such a thing. I can certainly imagine vegas ryan. It's it's out national. Animal the national pasta. Can you imagine. the joke is in this. But he's got a joke automobile like it's an episode of the super phrase. Yes that's the stuff that i like about this but you watch the regular cats. Yes which is from what. I've seen of it in of what some comparison videos that is not as good cat but also the extended cut is just by somebody like it's just some extra. Holly quin stuff and focused on the the production. Idir so this is out started. There were two cats of it of the back of the quyen trial. You remember that some people like oh. My god is love. This is where i might the movie. And then i then. I send it apps to a try house. Like a separate cabbie in bits and pieces and they cut it together we into something interesting and warner brothers will like we like what this seems to be about more than the actual movie so they got the trailer park so then both david and trailer park got their own cut of the movie which they then screened s and audiences didn't like ada enzyme rewrote a bunch of it and ray shot. The audience did hit. Yes that button that yes no and the either is that then it ended up being kind of an amalgamation of barth but more leaning into kind of you know the the musical frenetic editing of it and there's a lot of music in this. Isn't that that first of all like you can tell that even in like the suicides for title cons because the first couple of trial aversions we see that just like very dark and gritty by the final trouser release. It's just like neon and fireworks. Yeah yeah anyway. The music sucks in absolutely the songs dart suck the placement of full. I mean so clearly a couple years prior to this we got guardians of the galaxy had a great soundtrack and what that soundtrack was all about was like sitting a mood or like perhaps indicating how a character was feeling or what they mindset was. What the songs they liked because of the person they are maybe they just want to do a little dance. Do a little dance. But this movie's just like what if what the the villains they're They're paranoid about being released from their cells. What should we use paranoid. Okay gripe i look. They're they're in helicopters in the sky which of you spirit in the sky. that's brilliant. Actually norman greenbaum spirit in the sky not only is in this but it's an off from guardians of the galaxy. Try but they're like not good enough for movie until like now good enough good enough for a movie think. Yeah and also it's weird because like you said it tries to do so much sympathy for the devil. The devil whatever so yeah and so much of this especially in the extended stuff is the highly joker backstory. And it's interesting that they went. What if we just did everything that happened in the comics and you know and the animated series and just kind of mashed together in flashbacks. And it really doesn't work that well but then they'll get stuff rod like you know dead scholz daughter that's actual you automate. They got the that characterize characterize unbelievable. Scott eastwood turns up as g. edwards. Said he's nine. it's nobody. I don't know what why not make him. Somebody like like he's he's a famous actor right. This is weird just like generic guy but then you've got like they should have said they should have been like take the lead. Clint eastwood son. That's a you are in this movie. Clint eastwood son. But you're a soldier but you know the flashes in bed athletes in it..

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Wow. Don't go to the place. That man's gonna live that down bag going up. Go ahead on two spirited Skye with rest. Yes. Okay, so you know So you know that way. Recommend you Stop man Spirit in the sky. Stay gonna go away. What CNN's got a friend in Jesus. So you know that when I talk He's going to send me up. Okay? I better go away. The name of the restaurant on the bones O Yes. Norman Greenbaum. Hey, everybody here on 77. W A BBC are Eve Tony is going to do is show And I'm gonna do his show and Joe All right, Joe Piscopo. So gonna have a very interesting New Year's Eve. Here on W A. B C and you keep listening, and you'll get the times that everything in the schedule and Maybe you'll spend a little part of the receiver of us should be kind of fun. It will be kind of fun. 77 w A b. C. All right, let's go to my telephones right now. You call telephone is waiting for you. 808 48. 92 22. Let's go to Staten Island, The island of Staten because of Mike Standing by. Hello, Mike. Happy New Year to you. Happy holidays. Happy holidays.

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Tweet Talk

Tweet Talk

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Tweet Talk

"Isn't only buddy you. And you it and there's actually been a bunch of remix. Now is a remake of a remake still remake. And that's also with tainted. Love. The song. It's a good song to catchy song. Very Eighty Song. However the song was actually first recorded by Gloria Jeans in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Social ran with that one and. You ask saucer who exactly. Speaking of WHO Norman Greenbaum I don't even know. I think before I was researching this question that I don't know if I ever knew the artist to. Spirit in the sky. But his name is Norman Greenbaum. And it's the only thing he's done the always done and he was inspired by. Expired to make the song and he did in fifteen minutes. And it became a commercial success. It's all over you see it in commercials. Now you see it in even movies or. People's entrance songs sports so very, very interesting. And then we come to. The. Surface. The group that gave you wipe out. Wipeout yet that one. Their one hit only hit. And then to never be seen again, however, the song was so popular, it has been so popular throughout the ages that they have been were inducted into the musicians hall of fame in Tennessee just goes to show. All takes his one. Guitar. And you make a big. Now this is this last one is one of my favorites. craziest thing about it is that it's it's a catchy song that's a catchy tune in and the story behind the story of in within the song is pretty cool. But then the story about the song evolution, the song is even more mysterious and that's Tommy two tones and that's that's a group that's not a guy and they're eight, six, seven, five, three, nine Jenny. Even, the band doesn't know how. The song. Groot where it came from. Some speculation in urban myth of you will revolves around a prostitute. But we'll never know. Unless you know any members of the band Tubby two-tone Now encourage you to go find these songs. You don't know any songs. They're all fun and I guarantee you. You go finally solid, check it out on youtube or something and. They'll be in your head for the rest of the day. These are some of my top one hit wonders. What are yours? No. Eighty underscore foster. At instagram and twitter. One of the most come to close I. Hope you enjoyed hanging out with me here on my Dick in doing the October New York City Air it's beautiful..

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"There's a reason people say if Fleet Farm doesn't have it, you don't need it because we have it all Fleet Farm built for really life. You're listening to the Steve Show on W. T. M. J. I don't think that qualifies as a one hit wonder if they have more than one. Whip it Got a lot of great ideas on the world. One hit wonder stuff. There's a moon out tonight. The capris Green eyed lady struggle of It's a great song. By the way, one hit wonder at this moment by Billy Vera and the beaters. I don't know the name I might know the song to one hit wonders. Come on, Eileen. We played that earlier. And here's a great one walking on sunshine 1983 by Katrina and the waves. That's a one hit wonder. I don't know, because I don't know if they have other his. That's the hardest part. You don't know if they've actually had other hits his national One hit. Wonder if you wonder why we're talking about Hey, thanks to my guest, Christine. Kristen Bry comedian. She's had Wisconsinites join me for the Friday forum. She could be on the show again way We always love to bring new voices on the show, and she's one of the ones that I think is relevant. She talks about politics. And tries to make it funny. And if you haven't seen her work on Twitter, I'm sure she's on other platforms as well. Social media platforms. Check it out. As goes. Wisconsin is her handle on Twitter Fun, fun conversation, And as I said, you'll probably hear her voice again. Stand up. I was amazed. Never had a fish fry in the state of how many people Jordan get on. Get on the mic. I said less than 1% have never had a fish fry from people that living with Scott, It has to be less than that, right? Do you know what now It wouldn't surprise me. Obviously, under 10%. Is it because of all the different diets? I think now because nobody really goes for fried food. They actually cut fried food out of my diet Completely completely. What does a Jordan need for dinner? So I like Light food, So I have been having a little out of sandwiches like subs. Let it veggies. I do like salads. That's another thing I eat. I do like to eat out sometimes. But you're a bit of a hippy now, aren't you? I wouldn't say that you're turning into him. If you have longer hair and a beard, you'd be with your choices, your lifestyle choices, I would say yes. I can say the same thing to you, but I think you need some Rogaine on your head. So that's a dagger used to attack. Grab me there, didn't you? That's what happens when you get old buddy. You will find out that hard reality. Hey, I'm not making fun of you. I'm just saying you're just you're just point out the obvious. I have to put a camera lie. Have you remember when we used to have the Facebook lives, and it always focus for some reason on my bald spot on my head. I never liked that. Maybe that's why we don't through Facebook lives anymore. Is that the reason? I have no idea? Maybe you just broke the camera? I'm not sure. But here's what I said, though. I still gotta come in and breathe by an attic. Norman Greenbaum Spirit, This guy we played that one earlier. Actually great song Tainted love has been one has come about lots manic Mondays by the bangle. That's a great song. Yeah, see, that's the thing you can never ever Say they're one hit wonders for the for the song because the songs were great. It's just they never repeated their success like from Harlan asked. How old is Jordan? Jordan is 26 years old 26 years old. What's your point? Mike? You try to get to a point there something going on there? I think he's mad. You took a shot at me to six to what's wrong with that guy. I think that's for you, buddy. All right. After the break, we do it every week. It is sponsored by outdoor living unlimited. Something we called the week in review this week is no difference will do it again after the break right here on this Friday edition. Scalvini, Bill Stone Kaczorowski. Jordan Young Jordan. That's two regular lineup. It'll be different next because every day is different here on the show. You're listening.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Second, Bernie instead show City Councilman Eric already let's go straight to Tony in Brooklyn. Good morning. Youth to you, Tony. Good morning, guys. How are you? You said there is a God because every situation that we find ourselves in life How old is what God is looking at, OK, you pay through things in your life and look where you are now. And if you remember when I called you for your birthday, I told you You. You We are who we are. Because of God. The building The church must Syndergaard that is the gathering place you love with God. With your community. Take Tony. Thank you. Always going to be there. We have way. Hope so, Tony, Let's go. Laurie in littleneck Jersey. Good morning. Laurel's Yes falls. Excuse me. I don't have a phone screen in front of me. Good morning, Lori. Lower your radio, please. Thank you. Rory. Hi. Good morning. Lower your radio Play zone. No, I'm sorry. That's okay. It's quite okay. Wait, wait! Let me turn you off. Hold on. That was his live radio Lord. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. My name is Laurie and I live in little falls. Wake up, Lorie Place, And you know, I heard something that just really resignation about Judy ism and you being a sign about Jesus and stopping and saying, you know if you can help And please my dad's in a coma, blah, blah, blah. Anyway, I just wanted to tell a quick story about a situation where I was working out with my trainer was about 13 years ago, Born and raised Jewish I'm in my sixties but about 13 years ago. Working out and he is a very religious man. Um Ah, and I was complaining and talking and about things that were bothering me like you do with the hairdresser, and I was just very, very angry. And the next time I worked out with him, he probably a CD. Um and it was on anger. And he said, I think you should listen to this. And I did. And it was the sermon from the Christian faith and on Bloomfield Pastor Jon Exposito who I just adore And from that point on I started going to church on really? Morning Jewish. Not anymore. Wow. How about that? Well, I'll tell you, if any of my family's listening I know I don't even know what to say, because they don't understand it. But I've learned so much. In the years that I've gone to church on Sunday mornings or Wednesday night. Then I learned in 60 here's going Sunday School used glue publicity. Ah, religion. Almost any religion will give you solace. Comfort. That type of thing You know, it's gives you hope is what it does. And you have to have faith. You know, we're we're skeptical guys. But that's what it did for Laurie, and it could do the same thing for you. I mean, you look the Sunday Morning show. What was that guy's name from Texas? You were watching this show, so watch him every week. Joel O solo state love him. So they mean, you know, it's almost a universal concept. We have different lieutenants in our individual religions. One of them is a little more, you know, extreme than some of the others. But basically, you know the spirit in the sky, Norman Greenbaum, remember that? I don't All right, so ah, you know, they're all They're all have a lot in common and that there is ah, higher being than us. And there is something more than us just walking around on the streets and eating and drinking and sleeping. There's an afterlife that type of thing. So you keep hope. Who knows? I mean, keep hope alive air on the side that there is a god and teaching kids that as well because it is a useful purpose to it, and let's said it teaches them that somebody might be watching them. Teach them right from wrong. Humility to and well, that's great. You sold me that's all I needed to see that I told to Bernie and a couple of listeners called in and I'll be going back to show this week and ferocious Shaina were talking about keeping the faith Eric, all rich, Republican local guy. He's a supplement from Queens. I was hoping to run for mayor. He's not going to, but he's got a lot of thoughts about this city. Everybody loves arugula rich. He's out with Bernie and said Next, the greatest president that God ever created..

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Riches and wealth on talk radio, 6 80 wcbm I know. I know. It's on this soundtrack from Remember the Titans. We're going to see Tom and Glen Burnie turn the Who down for a while. Tom thing. Glen Burnie. How can I help you? Yeah. Good evening. Thanks to take my call. Um Ah, year ago. I got Medicare Supplementary F Insurance. I started with that. And then shortly thereafter, I heard that that was not a good idea that you should anybody that should really get G because prices in effort going to skyrocket, okay? So I didn't know if you agree with that opinion. One gun and you do this time if you could tell us what group that was that was playing the second. Go into your son. Your question. Who was that? I couldn't tell you, Chris, tell me who it is so I can answer his questions. Chris He's he's working with Jerry. Go too many buttons to Mrs Norman Greenbaum Spirit in the sky. That's what Tom said. So you're right. Absolutely correct. So you know, the answer to your question is maybe It could happen, and But we do recommend strongly that everyone who's in Medigap plan F moved to Medigap plan G and let me explain why it's not whether F will skyrocket or not, but it could. It really could, because you have to understand how insurance is priced insurances price based on the risk pull, Okay. If you think about it, the risk pool in the F is going to diminish. There aren't going to be new people coming into the risk Pull, So guess what's gonna happen to the plan F You're gonna have the unhealthy people staying in the plan. F risk poll on no new healthy people are going to come into the risk pole. So there's why plan could skyrocket. But I can tell you it's going, Teo. But here's why you moved to plan G. It's pretty simple Plan G. The only difference between Plan G and Plan F is $191 a year. Which is the deductible for Medicare. Part B. So Medicare part B under Plan F. When you go see a doctor, you don't pay anything. If you go in under Medicare plan, Medigap playing G and you see a doctor, you're going to pay the 1st $191 Therefore, if plan G save you $191 a year or more, 15 bucks a month or more. I'm playing Jesus Slam dunk, right period end of the story. And guess what. When you quote playing G, you're going to see you're going to save 25 $45 a month. And you're going to say this is this is an easy decision. I'm going to plan G question and just for the audience. So why would why would plan F not get more people into the risk pool? Because they did away with it in 2020. Nobody conjoined anymore. As of January 1 this year. Nobody conjoined anymore. Now, here's a funny Here's an interesting little topic about this time is that if you move to Pennsylvania, you want to move to plan N as in Nancy. Why plan in Well because it's exactly identical to plan G in Maryland because plan G covers excess charges for Medicare. Part B Plan End does not, but in Pennsylvania in charge excess charges in Pennsylvania. So therefore plan N Is the better option in a state that doesn't allow anybody charged excess. But the simple answer to your question is switched to plan G. Especially if you say $15 a month or more. All right, my friend. Short of appreciation. Take care. Alright, question. Great question. I got to go. Teo Mike in eastern Mike, How can we help you? Yeah, that's for taking like that. I don't even have a song for you to answer, but that's okay. I'm gonna answer your question anyway, sir. Go ahead, have a traditional I only I'm not even years old. I'm just probably be advantageous for me to switch from a traditional To a raft and what would be the financial So tell me in general, we talking $10,000.50,000 dollars $100,000 a $1,000,000. What? Probably somewhere around 25 30 25 to 30. So you would have to report 25 to 30,000 more income on your tax return. So what I would do, Sir, is I would go to whoever does your taxes and say to them Look at my taxes in a sooner identical the last year and now add all this IRA conversion money onto the equation. Tell me what extra taxes out pay and you know you have to look at that. Logically, if they say Okay, you convert 25,000 and you're going to pay three in taxes. Okay, not to do it. Let's go for it. If you convert 25,000 and they say you're going to pay 8000 taxes, I'm gonna hesitate when I do that one because I haven't had to take taxes because of my income. Well, then what you need to do is you should be very strategic about it, and you should look at your income. And you should say how much can I convert every year without triggering any more taxes? And I bet you if you had somebody who knew what they're doing, looked at that you could probably converted. I'm just guessing $5000 per year. Tax free into a Roth without any problem. You just keep doing that every year on band might work out really good. It's your son like you're in great shape, my friend. I am, you know, looks good to me, but that's true in Hey, Prince Prince Philip's 99 years old. He still cooking, you know. So you got a good 9 10 years left in you, Mike. Because if I convert Tio directly to a rough way to call in the hole and after that transfers over, but you don't have to do the whole man. Any amount you do. You do have to report is added income. And if somebody looks at your tax return, there's probably a hunk of money Every year, you can convert tax free without causing any additional taxation. And get somebody to help you do that tax analysis with you Also. Keep in mind, Mike. The conversion. Here's an interesting question for you, Mike. Do you give money to charity? How much do you give a year? I got $500. Okay, so you should be taken that 3 to 500 every year and given it out of your taxable IRA to charity that's called a qualified charitable distribution. And you should be doing that every year, my friend. So what I would do is I would begin my Roth conversions That's with the tax free money. Get somebody to do this analysis for you and then take 500. Whatever you've given a year, way to somebody and to charity and get your IRA company to write a check to that charity and give it to him every year. Called a qualified charitable distribution. It's 100% tax free. Okay. Thank you very much. My pleasure has given the answer song, you know. Well, I mean, what? You get it correct as the hoo? Yeah. Tom was pretty good at that. You know, Leo, Bomb gardener. Whatever's the name wass in our herd in the sky. Yeah, That's what I thought. Anyway, we've got we're gonna put it on pause against Paul. You're gonna have to wait for us, but we have lines open again for 1092266 80. If you want to call him direct the conversation. Paul's going to talk about gold if he holds on until the break here, But right now, we got to go to trial. Take it away Traffic. This wcbm traffic check is sponsored by the podcast, The daily.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Can't wait to get back to Vegas with the hendo is my hair the fact there soon no worries got to get through the current madness take twenty four to thirty eight thirty K. H. B. H. April thirteenth a thousand twenty under way what happened the state in history you find out now if their friends which days you're you're on the state update for April thirteenth the Jefferson memorial was dedicated in Washington DC today in nineteen forty three on this date in nineteen seventy an oxygen tank aboard Apollo thirteen explodes on the way to the moon starting in amazing drama that ended four days later with the crew returning safely to earth as millions of people around the world each year and the young Tiger Woods won his first major golf tournament today in nineteen ninety seven he took the prestigious masters by a record twelve strokes born on this date get smart actor don Adams the real outlaw Butch Cassidy and soul singer Al Green hi Mitch Davis and that's your on the state update April thirteenth nineteen seventy after the conclusion of a planned broadcast as many of you who have watched the movie Apollo thirteen no Jack swagger and asked to stir the oxygen tanks which precipitators explosion on the space craft and then it was a race to see if you can get all three astronauts back alive Jim Lovell Fred Haise and Jack swagger one of the songs used in the movie Norman Greenbaum spirit in the sky great movie and it just happened to be a real life thing and happened to St fifty years ago and by the way Jack.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 27 Club

"It was uncanny. His Eyes Went Y. You put his right hand on his afro massage the Scalp and let out an existential cy. This heavy it's been a lot of his adult life searching for the ideal version of herself as well as piecing together what he could call his family. He thought about his own father the absence the abuse could he ever be a good father. Was He cut out for parenthood? He thought about his recent premonition sat unshakeable feeling that he wouldn't lived see thirty the Tarot Cards Morocco Brian Jones. Would it be responsible to be a father right now? He also thought of another lover Diana Carpenter who had recently tracked him down after a show to tell him about his two year old daughter to Mika. Diana was a teenage runaway. When Jimmy I met her in New York City. Presently Jimmy's legal team was fighting a paternity suit from Diana in order to get to Meco officially recognized as Jimmy's flesh and blood and now eva. He Has Guardian Goddess in the past. He had dedicated shows to eva called her name from the stage. Even though one time on stage in Stockholm when he announced what hotel he was staying all kinds of eager fans would show up at his door that night but he was really looking for Eva. Take it and take another little piece of my heart. Now Baby Jimmy. I met her at a train station in Sweden back during one of the experiences whirlwind tours he was lost he asked if attractions that face of his that smile. It's summoned strangers put people at ease and he was lost and he was searching for his way in a new city. That was far until she fell for way. Any woman would have fallen for him if he asked her for directions. Jimmy had that way of asking for directions and making it sound like the overshirt too exciting long-term relationship from their near Stockholm lovers. She lost her virginity to him in his hotel room. In nineteen sixty eight the next year at the Hotel Carlton in Stockholm. She became pregnant from her late night. Tryst and now. The two stood facing each other in an unseen backstage scene. Eva asked Jimmy to go with me his son properly and Jimmy wouldn't put his is back honor instead just stared down the photo of baby. James a Rhody wearing a Canadian. Tuxedo tugged on Jimmy Shirt. Put A red hot roach up to his face and Jimmy did his best to inhale whatever smoke was coming off of it. Glasses clink together in the back of the room laughter bellowing voices. Norman Greenbaum spirit in the sky galloping from tiny transistor radio cranked up full blast on a catering table. Rife with decimated. Snacks either stirred to plead with Jimmy again but his entourage beat her to the punch. More hands reached out from the crowd laid themselves on. Jimmy's arms. People back in Jimmy over here Jimmy. You GotTa meet this Guy Jimmy. How did you feel the show? Jimmy was pulled into the breach either stood alone holding tiny photo of James and felt her goddess powers fee. She knew it then she been replaced by another seductress fame. After Jimmy's death Diana Carpenter would lose her battle to get to make a recognize. Jimmy daughter but Swedish courts would recognize James Sundquist Jimmy Son. The decision didn't mean anything in the states. So we've evolved another suit in order to get financial support for James when she misses state hoping to avoid too much press. Alex Jimmy's dad settled with a one million dollar payout short money in September. Nineteen seventy however even visit Diana's lawsuit were but a few of the things weighing on Jimmy's worried mind he continued to obsess over the direction of his music on. Whether or not Michael Jaffray should continue to be as manager the unceasing reminder of his own mortality and now babies could they be his babies. All of these things though took a backseat his mind the day he jumped into a helicopter. Too narrowly escaped a burning stage in anaylyst audience on that day. He simply wondered if you would make it off that German island alive. I'm Jay Brennan.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

Get A Grip On Life

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life

"Why not I mean why. He says they've been using the same song in movies for years and the Eagles are just keep getting money and are in big giant demon heads and stuff as they keep using the same fleet. Went on well you know what I mean. Like the guy that reminds me. I I'm thinking you know what I was. I was thinking in my head here. about You know that song that goes. I got a friend in Jesus and it's like about like the sarcastic up in the sky or spirit and the spirit in the sky spirit in the area and I mean like that song like anti. That's an anti song right. So it's like a scene with the helicopter. Yeah you have to play that song exactly so I mean but that guy's probably I'm sure he has no other hits. I'm sure that's his only song. He's probably it's it's like some Christians actually sing it legitimately not knowing that probably sarcastic to the bone and I bet you the guys Jewish or something or he's a Muslim or something you know what I mean like. It's probably something ridiculous like that to it. That makes it. I think Norman Greenbaum is Jewish. There you go. You said it even know that. So you know it's like there's something. I totally ironic about it. Right in a sense like is that his. Are you care? Technically if he's a good musician or did that song resonate with people and they take it and make it their own and the people that are singing it because they're legitimate Christians and unlike that the rock song talks about Jesus and they love it and other people love it. 'cause it's not yours it doesn't belong to you actually after you create We'll see for example has no No lyrics so I I don't have to defend that right but a lot of my songs this the first time that's happened most of I've been writing songs. My whole life with Ogle's with lyrics and I've often thought that when people ask me what something is about. I tend to not like to relieve. Get into too many details because it can take someone really out of it. You know we can mean something totally different why would i? I don't WanNa ruin that for people. Somebody really likes the song and I say Oh. It's about this and they go. That's not what I thought at all and then it just ruined it for well tell you probably cost never talked about the meaning of his art. Yeah well there you go. I mean like you never told them that I would compare myself to nobody. I mean what other Salvador Dali was another one. He's the guy with all the crazy stuff. You never told anyone. The pig means this crazy. Def- distorted pig in the corner. It means that Weird Cross means this. Now he disliked people decide. Would've to them talking about it ever since. Yeah trying to analyze it. And what does it mean? It's like Bohemian. Rhapsody right people sure there. There are videos on Youtube which I've wasted my life watching. These people are really seriously trying to analyze. What the words meant and what it wants songs about everything and it's like you know. I think maybe we're better off. Not Knowing you maybe the maybe this were just Kinda rind with that word and it worked. Yeah the whole thing could just be like. This is a whole lot of fun to do. And that's great art so John Keats. John Keats the poet I the name. Yeah I studied English lit so a lot of English in university. So he He is a romantic poet from like he died in eighteen. Twenty five or something like that and he wrote a letter to his friend with on a subject very famous letter. It's studied all the time. And it's about negative capability called negative capability and what it means is not being negative but the the ability of an artist to exist an answer free place to be able to exist just in the mystery of the art and so if the artist has native capability what he's doing like a what like Shakespeare had tons of negative capability. John Keats set so he wrote King. Lear there's a million ways to interpret King Lear or or or Julius Caesar or these works of art or by Salvador Dali. The great artists have this. Negative capability is ability to produce a mystery for others to untangle. And that's what you're seeing with Owen rhapsody. It's like people such wonderful art that people can't stop thinking about it and trying to think about what it means to them and it captures US NAKED APES. It captures good are grabs our consciousness and makes us focus on and it makes us spend time on it. And this idea that you know like we talked about the Auditioning for social media. Validation is the opposite of negative capability. It's the opposite of it and that's that said it's I think you're right it. It actually has that value When you can listen to it and and or look at it or read it and you're going to be Analyzing it for new generations And you think well why would see the point but that is the point. People people care enough to still be listening to certain Beatles songs on wondering what they mean. Or How many times with John Lennon asked if Lucy in the sky with diamonds is about LSD? He must have been asked that question. Five Thousand Times I mean who knows right and yeah and every time he answered you know what little. Julian came up to me and he said Dad. It's Lucy in the sky with diamonds. And so I started to play you know. And he has got a weird story about either Julian or one of his kids. Mccartney's kids or whatever come into him and saying drawing a picture and it's Lucian the sky with diamonds and there's this negative capability. There's no answers. There's only questions and ask yourself as many questions as you want about the art. It's amazing really. It's you know it's it's kind of a magical mystery tour moments when yeah exactly when you figure something like that can happen This the single That have out right now. The the your this be flat I was asked like how did that song come about. And it's hilarious. Because my that's.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Much which is a song that reminds me of that song in a way same kinda you know same kind of time and everything great song buddies Norman green ball this is the only song I know by Norman Greenbaum just like bang a gong by T. rex the rats is a great band Chaka Khan loses a job great what is Norman green sorry I was playing at the same time when you well you're playing the same song the same so we always do that I always do that I don't know that Norman green ball was going to make it in the whole thing listen I know but here's one here's one that didn't make it this is Pat Benatar doesn't Pat Benatar deserve to be in a rock and roll hall of fame and in terms of female singers yeah I was and Whitney Houston much more than Whitney Houston that's it have a rock was rocking hell is for children she was she's rocking she's not doing life not enough to get inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame Kelly Clarkson on well.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thirty nine and your free I heart the vice I was in I was a young lad when I have the forty five a group was in shock a con tell me something good what I don't want that forty five and I really like the song he Shaka Kahn when I did some really cool things but they were one of the nominees for this year's rock and roll hall of fame and as much as I like the song which I do how is not enough to earn ruthless and Chaka Khan a spot in the run him all of the name your name yeah great song cool tune they didn't make it into the rock and roll hall of fame they were not a doctor but they were nominated and I'm just saying you know we have one song that I'm aware of it was popular okay in in in in that same vein someone who did make it into the rock and roll hall of fame this time around and they say Williams he influenced generations you know beyond what he had done maybe that's true but again it goes back to T. rex bang a gong what do you that's rock and roll no to rock and roll absolutely great great classic song I love the song now give me another song by him real quick give me another song by T. rex go go I don't know you don't know go March any right now all service you don't know so how is it in no disrespect this is a classic rock songs using movies is being used in so many different things very catchy it has to be that somehow you influence other bands but band sound just like T. rex I mean is he just directly influence those bands it has to be I mean you give a rock wall based on one great song do you I guess you do it's like Norman Greenbaum spirit in the sky right I mean it is not enough to get Norman green ball.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Right well before we move on one quick note here there's a guy named Johnny that listens to Cape K. an Irish guy by the way past lives you any sit right Sinise's Norman Greenbaum yeah is a chicken farmer in Petaluma and we want to get in exactly if it's true exactly you got an arm is written bomb on the show I want to farmer for my new band the Petaluma checking by Norman burying ball today wow it can say that band name on the year unlike some other incarnation we're we're out of here we appreciate all of generosity of pap the in terms of our eating online from now all well okay say why am I here of course yeah I'm I'm in this Beatles project that is a non profit by the way and tomorrow night we're playing at the hair center in Folsom Friday were at the leisure centre wanna create Saturday night or at the crest theater and it's Abby routing and magical mystery tour in its entirety with a bunch of all kinds of people what do you sing and Maxwell someone that now I'm do what one June strawberry fields and golden slumbers and here comes the sun I'm fine I want to go anyway great saying good for years so we will make sure we will see you on Monday Seattle Yano is with me tomorrow and Friday afternoon Hey on the KFBK afternoon news at four four seasons of the day's programming are reproduced by means of electrical transcriptions or tape recordings seven sixty hello to the Wednesday night news ninety three point one share began on your free I heart vice is it filling in for candle get better candle we miss you this will be the anniversary plainly the Zeppelin here here the glorious drums of one legendary drummer John Bonham on this date nineteen eighty at the age of thirty two years old he died in it virtually bringing an end to one of rock's greatest and still regarded as one of the greatest drummers of all time much respect the John Bonham died way too young so paid tribute tonight to.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One Joe Walsh in a band called the James gang he currently of course is a member of the eagles price it not so much money man accounted Joe Walsh is seventy two our district attorney Joyce Davenport on hill street blues so yeah man she was smoking ever check her out lately she seventy six today while the former vice president of the United States Joe Biden is seventy seven wonderful have a cake democratic debate and Happy Birthday to one of my favorite people Mister Norman Greenbaum Norman Greenbaum today is seventy seven you might remember he played Marty funk house around curb your enthusiasm Larry Arrested Development you know I'm a super Dave Osborne yes five on scene would have been seventy seven today he died earlier this year former United States senator former United States Attorney General presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy born on this day in nineteen twenty five assassinated June sixth nineteen sixty eight and one of the top five guitarist ever to live why all my god started studio musician.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"It is it's remarkable what is happening I don't think I'd be the first but perhaps perhaps we are this is the beginning of the third grade awakening it is finally here the seeds have been planted for a long time and people have been waiting for the third Great Awakening and I think Kanye west is the signal I think that is you know you know how in Ghostbusters they had the gate keeper and the key master might not sure if he's the gate keeper the key master but Connie a is one of the two and you know then goals or will come in to be a great signal in the sky and I think that's his Sunday services I think that's what's happening and it's happened before now remember in time magazine in nineteen sixty six ran the cover he is god dead and they had all kinds of evidence that god was dead but in nineteen seventy one in fact it was when was it June twenty first nineteen seventy one they ran the cover the Jesus revolution now listen to this well that's a big change huge J. in five years well listen to this Jesus this is time magazine Jesus is alive and well and living in the radical spiritual fervor of a growing number of young Americans who have proclaimed an extraordinary religious revolution in his name their message the Bible is true miracles happen not really did love the world he gave his only begotten son in nineteen sixty six Beatle John Lennon casually remarked that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus but now the Beatles are shattered George Harrison is singing my sweet lord and the new young followers of Jesus listen to Harrison but they turned on only to the words of their master for where two or three are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst of them this is time magazine five years after they said god is dead wow and that's kind of sparked by obviously is a mention George Harrison my sweet lord which was the first number one song of any solo beetle then there was songs like spirit in the sky by Norman Greenbaum put your hand in hand member that by OSHA Doobie brothers did Jesus is just alright with me around that time seventy one seventy two wish Jesus Christ Superstar from Marie head which was a huge play on Broadway for a long time and that that also spawned Helen Reddy's I don't know how to love him oh my gosh every Sunday yeah day by day by god spell I mean there was there was a there was a bunch of really big hits that were all about Jesus and it was all in a two year period yeah and that turned us out from the darkness of all the assassinations and everything else and it that the last did stop right well until Reagan in eighty when they tried to kill him again but but I mean we had one after another in the sixty yeah yeah and it was real evil yeah in the nineteen sixties not to say that you know all evil went away didn't but America you know started cleaning out its own house and and started looking at okay what are we really and no we won't put up with Richard Nixon you know we'll we'll clean up all of the garbage because we're better than this and then that kind of floundered we we hired a preacher remember that that's that's Jimmy Carter we hired a preacher a pastor to be our president the Democrats did that didn't work out really well but then you got Ronald Reagan and the moral majority listen to this Jim coffee houses have opened in many cities signaling their faith even in their names the way word in Greenwich Village the.

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:52 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on KTOK

"Us about it in person this afternoon with the drive to leave after use newsradio one thousand Katie okay it is it's remarkable what is happening I don't think I'd be the first but perhaps perhaps we are this is the beginning of the third grade awakening it is finally here the seeds have been planted for a long time and people have been waiting for the third Great Awakening and I think Kanye west is of the signal I think that is you know you know how in Ghostbusters they had the gate keeper and the key master might not sure if he's the gate keeper the key master but Connie a is one of the two and you know then goals or will come in to be a great signal in the sky and I think that's his Sunday services I think that's what's happening and it's happened before yeah remember in time magazine in nineteen sixty six ran the cover he is god dead and they had all kinds of evidence that god was dead but in nineteen seventy one in fact it was when was it June twenty first nineteen seventy one they ran the cover the Jesus revolution now listen to this well that's a big change huge chain in five years well listen to this Jesus this is time magazine Jesus is alive and well and living in the radical spiritual fervor of a growing number of young Americans who have proclaimed in extraordinary religious revolution in his name their message the Bible is true miracles happen not really did love the world he gave his only begotten son in nineteen sixty six Beatle John Lennon casually remarked that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus but now the Beatles are shattered George Harrison is singing my sweet lord and the new young followers of Jesus listen to Harrison but they turned on only to the words of their master for where two or three are gathered together in my name there am I in the midst of them this is time magazine five years after they said god is dead wow and that's kind of sparked by obviously is a mention George Harrison my sweet lord which was the first number one song of any solo beetle then there was songs like spirit in the sky by Norman Greenbaum put your hand in hand never that by OSHA Doobie brothers did Jesus is just alright with me around that time seventy one seventy two wish Jesus Christ Superstar for Marie head which was a huge play on Broadway for a long time and that that also spawned Helen Reddy's I don't know how to love him oh my gosh I never saw that yeah day by day by god spell I mean there was there was a there was a bunch of really big hits that we're all about Jesus and it was all in a two year period yeah and that turned us out from the darkness of all the assassinations and everything else and it that the last did stop right well until Reagan in eighty when the curriculum again but but I mean we had one after another in the sixty yeah yeah and it was real evil yeah in the nineteen sixties not to say that the you know all evil went away didn't but America you know started cleaning out its own house and and started looking at okay what are we really and no we won't put up with Richard Nixon you know we'll we'll clean up all of the garbage because we're better than this and then that kind of floundered we we hired a preacher remember that that's that's Jimmy Carter we hired a preacher a pastor to be our president the Democrats did that didn't work out really well but then you got Ronald Reagan and the moral majority listen to this Jim coffee houses have opened in many cities signaling their faith even in their names the way word in Greenwich Village the cat a Cola in Seattle I am in Spokane a strip joint has been converted to a Christian night club in San Antonio communal Christian houses are multiplying like loaves and fishes for youngsters hungry for homes many reaching out to the troubled with a round the clock telephone hotlines bibles now abound whether the cherished for colored covered King James version or the scruffy back pocketed paperbacks they are invariably well thumbed and often memorized it's like a glacier says Jesus rock singer Larry Norman it's growing and there's no stopping it I think we're at the beginning of this again no this whole thing has followed except for assassinations this whole thing has followed the nineteen sixties patterns socialism raised its ugly head just like it did in the sixties violence the violence of the islands on this road tests yep the the really have the ugliness of the the Paris communes in the in the Paris riots in the ugliness all around the globe of communism the glorification of communism I mean it's still happening we're not at the end yet but I do think that there is there's there's something happening there's something happening I hope so eight I hope so you know I've I've talked to so many people and it used to be just the zealots that would say well you know only god will be able to save us and we will be like no I mean no I mean we can turn this around it I'm hearing this for everybody may god is going to god to save us from this one because we're just pure light headed out yeah they all I absolutely believe it absolutely believe it well that are better when he's gone he's gone now and I don't know what to do good thing we have the lan mark we play the audio of the line Mar she wants us to fight against western imperialism here she is lets her in a burning rally wow what EDC of the of the crowd she western imperialism that's you know that's right you so like com take this away yeah I don't.

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To Mr Bonham as we go out throughout the program and give you the background of what actually happened to him at the start the show off with Johnny hello Johnny your own about wall so eight that are you doing I'm good Johnny how are you. dead yeah so yeah John bottom yeah the very sad loss of weight too young but you know what Friday night thunder valley Jason Bonham will be in play that's right he's playing with the the circle right was Sammy in the in Michael Landon yeah Johnson you bet that's a great venue to see a show. yeah a little get a little job bottom do is done yeah now the only way yeah one hit wonders as Katie told you yeah so a little short story I hope you can too long were at the horse races already so no but during that you know several wrote in Santa Rosa Adam were out you know you know I know my body guy fieri from to network and out somewhere down there are you know hang out you know the crew and all that and this woman approaches that does take all day my dad would like to meet guys yet he can't get you come up with a whole lot of gold what was your dad well you set up there and it guy with long white hair and a long white beard looks like most of you know. I don't know what your dad's name and he and she goes Norman Greenbaum. and I thought oh my god so we went up but we chatted with a for a little bit and you know he did play rock and roll for quite a few years your right you know for the one song that I think you.

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"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"norman greenbaum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Cool music you're up there on next what would your friend with full around a bunch of all one really cool music a lot of it is very educational very educational and those that have a problem with that well no scores all out man and struggles will be shot now we weeded out the vast majority of squares that don't hang around for the stuff that's cool. think about Monday through Thursday where we are pretty much the blunt instrument of news and information truth straight up truth right your face all right now all that was Norman Greenbaum last Burton sky cities never been a center that's why sentence apply I you can't get away from it as soon as you tell even one minor alive. there you go and when you know it's interesting when you go down. the list. of the ten commandments yeah pick one of those that you ain't guilty of breaking a warm. not everyone. the OB doc Republicans are meeting on mac an island right now usually so enter up there having a good time to post pictures. they're showing you that they're up there Khan fabric and they're going to do I don't know what you're going to. they're going to try and get people elected I know that and the the the the real plus side to this and I've been a couple of these couple people rami aren't you coming you gotta gore this got Norco I love the free food and I used to all the free booze don't drink anymore that that's all over the island when this is going on and I love the social end of it but I'm really pissed off the Republican Party now and I'm not trying to manage anybody's chances of being a Democrat we we can not in any way shape and or form allow a Democrat socialist to hold any office anywhere in America. and if you're working toward their you make that happen shame on you these people are enemies of America Republicans are not enemies of America no there are some that are straight of globalists that play along with the enemies of American they buy him. at a certain level of the food chain yeah there's a few of my father but every Democrat on the planet is an enemy of America either a wishful thinking moron are useful idiot or straight up central plan that's it that there's no ifs ands or buts about it but the Republicans on the other hand are so stupid that they keep letting these guys when they really do I just saw a picture of a common and I could believe it's in the Grand Hotel rivers hanging out of the hotel that's a place so there's a whole bunch of cool places to be that's one of actually I want to say the least cool place this out back in Iowa but it's nice it's nice the pork chops are a cocktail party is outstanding they do that every night I'll be doing that tonight this is probably going on right now but do ya the picture that I I commented on there's bill sureties generator. bill fricking shooting showing his face why he's a Republican he's a Michigan Republican what what. the whole thing could he have to say on any level that anybody would listen to Judy I think the only real job was used to scoop ice cream it Ferrell's. what ever happened for alleged electoral. we went over here Briarwood mall love going to that but in a split manners because of walks away. but anyway that's so it should be used to do and lest brag about that looks to walk around serve coffee at tables and I say he's here to server whatever bill should be at your service but the whole sky what input would he have I mean he pretty much handed the election to. aggression Wimmer he did and his team as well stupid and the other one up there that's really stupid is Randy Richardville he's up there. I rest. what's what's the point of order well they're going to get a drink at a few people looked at and there's a good guys up there I say mathematics one of yeah yes because of I like I like a lot of times she's good to but man it's just a and I don't know there's Shane a trail whatever's names and he's a good guy. but let's see there's three there's three. the Republican confab American island by the way Republicans if you're up there right now. and I'm gonna give you piece of advice can I give this advice yesterday if you're up there what you want to do is make sure that you get over to the barbecue if it's still functioning a behind the court okay there you go you're welcome get that barbecue I have dinner there one of the nights get to that barbecue that's behind the Iroquois. and strap on the feed bag is there some kind of a sampler platter get it but by all means get the ribs and get the ball parking it's chicken. I can't give any of the reason I go there. we can other than that now I know that the to stay in the grand I think the discounted rate is eleven thousand five hundred dollars a night for a room that smells like it was put together in eighteen thirty two I think that's it I think that's about it you're on the edge alternate about music Friday..

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