17 Burst results for "One Of My Favorite Songs"
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Just. Those are the men i trust. That's it nobody else. Sorry guys okay. It is time for the triumphant return. Two of i everybody. A t shirt without font laws has lightning on it and again. That's the kind that you would see someone who owns a airbrush. Wizard van Definitely you know all right so if you didn't hear last week show. We brought you an epic battle but it was in house. Epic battle derek. Jamie were part of this. We wanted to continue it with the full cast. And so it's a back to campus edition. Now they're not all back to campus scenarios but there's this little peppering of back to campus on this epic battle edition so Let's see let's do the teams tyler's back. He's joining us Welcome back tyler. All right so the teams are going to be jamie. And jesse be thinking of your team. Name versus tyler derek. The to comic book nerds be thinking name. Jesse jamie team name. I mean i kind of feel like are we the airbrush wizard fans jamie or vans. That's right that's right Van wizard van gogh large old van with a airbrush wizard on the side of it with someone who has a lot of heavy metal teves and occasionally is forced to sleep in the back of it and and because it's a van that can go to the frontlines of hurricanes and do accurate reporting. So it's a mobile. Okay versus tyler and derek. What's your team name deck. I don't know but i'm kind of thinking. We name ourselves after your favorite band. Joy division iii even after a joy division which one's your favorite song derek namely..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"Me. His name is andrew. Roger is bantu stopped yelling andrew. Welcome to the show. Good day to beauty up here. Got my gallon. Maple syrup That the government gives each of us every week. And i'm slipping that It's a great day go matt. It's like we're talking the shell We've known each other out for what twelve or thirteen years. Something like that. Yeah it's it's been allowed in great. It's been a great twelve or thirteen years to and not our first podcasts. That we've done together. All don't before were occupied chats explaining to my kids actually that that I've done this with rick before. You're not my first rodeo is. I'd like to say now. But didn't we met through hockey and Because of you crazy canucks hockey being canadian sport the national pastime along with curling. There's there's two things that have to phrases that have prepped into my lexicon that have become a part of me now. One is ending sentences with a the other one is saying no worse at such a canadian thing that also apologizing lot to very canadian on. I don't. I'm sorry i was late. Getting onto this zoom. Yeah i've never. I've never to be honest. I've never met a canadian. Wasn't like polite try. Yeah we're not always liked to each other but we're keeping up appearances when it gets colder minnesota ray but now this is Is music podcast. Ender roger and your van stop yelich. You've been you've even doing music making music for over a quarter percent for over twenty five years at this point yup creeps up on you. It does it's like one days like while we just get started in the next thing. It's like oh my god it's rudolph time go. Yeah i thank. You know. I when i when i think about like the first incarnation of of stop yelling and some of the songs written in that era and then it's like should some of these songs are old enough to drink now like it's good the bar there. If they want juno word they'd be the rounds but now you've been even making music for a long time and then of course Twenty twenty year that we all wanna forget over hits and you embraced being at home quarantine and you this year. Twenty twenty one. You released three full length albums. Yes we'll is ages. Kids album released you and me song for sauna. Kids released in april of this year. You also had twilight songs released in may and then just last month. You released your most recent album. Also the songs on there. Some of the songs are quite quite old. Yes yeah yeah so. That's free range. Muffins was the new ones. What i've been doing with Started for me. Like i hadn't been doing music for a long time and sort of focusing on family and then when covert hit and i started seeing other musicians doing online shows and stuff like that in trying to make the switch. And it's what you. It had been years since i'd done anything really publicly but The fans their friends and family and all the rest off. And i served prerecord one-sided favorite song of mine so and pre recorded posted on facebook can after a month of that. I started broadcasting. Live every sunday night from my garage. melting doing like ninety minute shows and then sir writing again and so i wrote one song That's on trial songs. Called three years. Change as i knew. I'd written a while. It's like. I gotta start recording and For me to like. I don't in things over the years self doubt. And so i kind of developed this new philosophy in the past year I caught momentum so using momentum to fuel myself and kind of keep the demons at bay a little bit So i don't know what the end goal is but the goal is making music and so every day. I'm trying to do something towards that goal whether may be as simple as like. I'm not feeling well. But i need to change strings on one song going to watch. Tv tonight and change the strengths. And other times. It's working on two albums at once. I mean you do something. This music related And it comes through in your music. Let's play a song. We're gonna talk more about it on the other side. This is from free range muffins. The track his my personal favorite from the album man sitting in a tree. This is andrew roger and stop.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
"It's not mahmoud. Lyod smith a great song by her. Leary it's cocked before that serta viral pink ribbon and new rica garrone covering the danny sanderson classic hollow not very interesting version of that song. Glad to see new rica. Ron still creating lots and lots of brand new israeli music. It's israel our radio. My name is josh rosen presenting to you. The very best new israeli music february twenty twenty one and of course one of the biggest new releases in february twenty twenty one came from almera dumb. Yeah that guy you may have heard his name before on these These pages on this podcast because he is still the reigning king of israeli music. And i think he's not going anywhere anytime soon. The thing is. I was not so thrilled with his latest collection of israeli music. Here's what happened in mid february one day. I think it was a sunday morning. We awoke to the news of a brand new owner adam single. That was on sunday on monday. A second single. On tuesday a third single and on wednesday a fourth single along with a full album eight songs in all grun omar adams brand new album. Problem is many of us in the community. Were just a tad bit underwhelmed by the songs on the album. We felt like we've heard this kind of style by o'mara done before that these songs didn't impress us too much in that need none of them really set the world on fire but if i had to pick one. My favorite song in the new collection is called.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"one my favorite songs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Write about us How rain releases certain smells on soil or even on pavement. You know when my favorite musicals these guys and dolls and one My favorite songs from the show is called my Time of Day, and there's a line from it when the smell of the fresh washed pavement comes up cool and fresh and clean. And I think you had to, like, grow up in the city to know like what The smell is of like fresh washed pavements and the states back to the days when there used to be like washing trucks that would come and like spray. Water onto the streets. And, of course you know rain, but they literally like washed the streets. What is it about, you know, rain or water that releases a different set of smells on pavement or soil. Well, it has to do with the chemical difference between water and the things that have smells. So it turns out that these small molecules that trigger our sense of smell are by and large, not friendly to water and vice versa. So you know how when you when you make And oil and vinegar dressing. You have to work hard to integrate the oil in the water because they naturally separate smell. Molecules are Generally speaking much more like oil than like water, so they if there's water around, they tend to go in the other direction and what's happening with what the scientists call wet up. In nature or on a pavement or actually, even in our mouths when we have something dry when we eat something dry, including chocolate. Is that the the moisture actually drives the volatile molecules. The smell molecules out of the dry material that it's coming into contact with, and so we get this burst of aroma that simply wasn't evident before. Now that you've written a book that's a field guide to the world's smells. Are you eating and cooking differently than you used to? Well, I'm not really eating and cooking differently. Because of what I've been writing. I'm eating and and cooking differently because of the world has changed in the way that it has other pandemic. Yeah, Yeah, I'm eating. John. I'm growing my own vegetables much more. I'm cooking mohr and go, of course, going out much less on and just enjoying the the variety of sensations that the food's Khun give us. You know when we're locked up in our houses and not getting out into the world much Foods and the aromas of foods or one way to kind of get that that sensory stimulation that we're missing. I've been cooking more since the pandemic because I can't go out to eat. Although I do order out sometimes. But I think one of my many flaws as a cook is that I'm always in a hurry. So I'm really impatient. So I took. I cook everything on this, like, really high flame, just like get it done. Am I killing the food? No, no, not necessarily mean if you it really is important to to control the heat. And so just paying attention to what's happening to what's going on and actually smell is a really important aspect of that. You know, we we do use our eyes to judge the heat of the flame. And you know how how brown, the surface of a piece of meat has gotten You know if you're doing something in the oven, you know you're you're toasting and toast didn't get quite brown enough the first time around. So you just push the button again and then? A minute and a half later, you start to smell smoke. Then your nose is telling you that the things have gone too far. So just attentiveness to what's going on and imagining what's going on inside the food. We can see the surfaces. But what we have to be thinking about is whether the inside is being Maltreated. You mentioned how the pandemic is changing what you eat and how much you cook? Because you're not, You know, going out to restaurants Has it affected how you shop for food? Yes, it has my food buying habits have changed a lot since the pandemic. I don't go to supermarkets hardly at all these days, partly to try to support the smaller operations that are still going and to support restaurants that have turned themselves into Little markets to survive. But then there's also this wonderful Network of local fishermen who bring their catch directly to neighborhoods and we pay the fisherman directly, which means that we get fish that have been caught either the same day or the day before they've been handled beautifully. The money that we pay goes directly to them and not to any middlemen. And so that's something that I feel very lucky to be ableto participate in both To support the fisherman, but also because the quality of the fish is just beyond belief. In the years that you have written about the science of cooking. What do you think, is one of the principles that you've proven or disproven that you think has had the most impact on other Chefs and home cooks. One thing that I've heard about most often from other cooks on DH, particularly from chefs. Is a finding that I wrote about back in the 19 eighties. The idea that searing a piece of meat cooking a piece of me that Avery High temperature to begin with cauterize is seals the outside of the meat, so that when you then cook it through, you don't lose all the juices and the moistness and the tenderness. That you would lose if you cooked at high temperature of the whole time. So the idea was syrup, ease of meat at a very high temperature than turn the temperature down and let it cook through. And it turns out that was not true. And that was actually shown many, many decades before I was writing about about cooking. I just discovered that information and Related to the food world, and what I've heard from chefs in particular is that they had all been taught. This is now in the eighties and nineties by their mentors. All of them. Professional chefs taught in the old fashioned apprentice Master apprentice way That's hearing me. Does Helan juices that that was just you know when one of the foundational ideas of meat cooking In particularly continental restaurants. And so what they told me was that to find out that that was not true, didn't just mean that they now had better control over cooking meat. It meant that they realize that everything that they did in the kitchen. Had to be questioned..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You know one my favorite musicals these guys and dolls on one. My favorite songs from the show is called my Time of Day, And there's a line from it when the smell of the fresh washed pavement comes up cool and fresh and clean. And I think you had till I grow up in the city to know like what the smell is of like fresh washed pavements, and this dates back to the days when there used to be like washing trucks that would come and like spray. Water onto the street. And, of course you know rain, but they literally like washed the streets. What is it about, you know, rain or water that releases a different set of smells on pavement or soil. Well, it has to do with the chemical difference between water and the things that have smells. So it turns out that these small molecules that trigger our sense of smell are by and large, not friendly to water and vice versa. So you know how when you when you make An oil and vinegar dressing. You have to work hard to integrate the oil in the water because of a naturally separate Of smell. Molecules are generally speaking, much more like oil than like water, so they if there's water around, they tend to go in the other direction. And what's happening with what the scientists call wet up in nature or on a pavement or actually, even in our mouths when we have something dry when we eat something dry, including chocolate. Is that the the moisture actually drives the volatile molecules. The smell molecules out of the dry material that it's coming into contact with. And so we get this burst of aroma that simply wasn't evident before. Now that you've written a book that's a field guide to the world's smells. Are you eating and cooking differently than you're used to? Well, I'm not really eating and cooking differently because of what I've been writing. I'm eating and cooking differently because of the world has changed in the way that it has taken by the pandemic. Yeah, yeah, I'm eating. I'm growing my own vegetables much more. I'm Cooking mohr and go, of course, going out much less. And just enjoying the the variety of sensations that the food's Khun give us. You know when we're locked up in our houses and not getting out into the world, much foods and the aromas of foods or one way to kind of get that that sensory stimulation that we're missing. I've been cooking more since the pandemic because I can't go out to eat, although I do order out sometimes, but I think one of my many flaws as a cook. Is that I'm always in a hurry, So I'm really impatient. So I took. I cook everything on this, like, really high flame, just like get it done and by killing the food Uh, no, no, not necessarily. I mean, if you Ah, it really is important to to control the heat. And so just paying attention to what's happening Toe. What's going on and actually smell is really important aspect of that. You know, we we do use our eyes to judge The heat of a flame. And you know how how brown. The surface of a piece of meat has gotten But you know if you're doing something in the oven, you know you're you're toasting and toast didn't get quite brown enough the first time around. So you just push the button again and then A minute and a half later, you start to smell smoke. And your nose is telling you that things have gone too far. So just attentiveness to what's going on and imagining what's going on inside the food. We can see the surfaces. What we have to be thinking about is whether the inside is being maltreated. You mentioned how the pandemic is changing what you eat and how much you cook? Because you're not, You know, going out to restaurants Has it affected how you shop for food? Yes, it has my food. Buying habits have changed a lot since the pandemic. I don't go to supermarkets hardly at all these days. Partly to try to support the smaller operations that are still going and to support restaurants that have turned themselves into little markets to survive. But then there's also this wonderful Network of local fishermen who bring their catch directly to neighborhoods and we pay the fisherman directly. Which means that we get fish that have been caught either the same day or the day before. They've been handled beautifully. The money that we pay goes directly to them and not to any middlemen. And so that's something that I I feel very lucky to be ableto participate in both To support the fisherman, but also because the quality of the fish is just beyond belief. In the years that you have written about the science of cooking. What do you think, is one of the principles that you've proven or disproven that you think has had the most impact on other Chefs and home cooks. The one thing that I've heard about most often from other cooks on DH, particularly from chefs. He is a finding that I wrote about back in the 19 eighties. Three idea that searing a piece of meat cooking a piece of me that ivory high temperature to begin with cauterize is seals the outside of the meat, so that when you then cook it through, you don't lose all the juices and the moistness and the tenderness..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"Once he gets past and between the linebackers. And and he could be I mean all it takes is one play and and you could have your week made with Joshua Kelly to I mean like you should be the goal-line guy so you so I mean there's there's going to be opportunities for him to score on Monday night against New Orleans the bill in Pompano Beach Florida writes. Hello, Kentucky and Wisconsin long time listener first-time emailer. Would you guys drink the Higgins? Cool Aid or go with the grid that T Y Hilton Instead This Week Bill. Thank you for emailing. Thank you so much for listening this the we talked about this earlier. So the Bengals are in that negative game script against Baltimore as 12.5 Point dogs. And then you have to White Hilton who is going up against the pair. It's a matchup of 3 and one teams going against the Browns in Cleveland. The Colts are one point favorite song Pharrel. I think I am drinking the Hagens Kool-Aid. I just that that cold passing in just doesn't seem to be able to get on track so far this season, it should spend a little bit disjointed and Higgins is really true. Upward so I'm going to play Higgins over Hilton here. 16 Targets in the last two games you play Higgins over a lot of receivers in this league. You know, there's that number there's a magical number 85 for you again. There's something magic here with this guy just wash them line up. You know you Mike Evans is such an impressive physical athlete when he learns up. I see the same thing coming from Higgins. This is a player. It's going to be in the league for a long time man a question. I will this guy going to draft in 2021 when compared him to T. Y Hilton was the question. T Y Hilton suffering from the sidearm sadness of Philip Rivers. It just did just just just a great Pro Bowl player that has been refused to a a very last possession receiver. I think that whole I think that whole passing core in Indianapolis suffers from programming to live with Philip Rivers and T. Y Hilton is amazing talent and seals being taken away from us. That's what I feel about. You know, I think you're right and and it's unfortunate because he's he's going to be another year older and next year. What do you think the Colts do at quarterback in 2021 fair? I mean, it's probably not going to be Rivers is if she sat immediately. Oh, they're going to look really Maxine 4 Rivers 17 and.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"This is Cole Get the devil went down to Georgia, a new addition. The devil went down to Georgia. He was looking for a soul to steal. He was in a bag. He was way behind and was willing to make a deal when he came across this young man, Okay, I would. I could let this whole thing go because this song especially live is one the most spectacular things and the late, great Charlie Daniels there, and I know you've got to get your stories together, Natalie, So I will not hold you up. Yeah, of course. A new study suggesting that there is a more contagious strain of the Corona virus. That's more dominant. Researchers at Houston Methodist examine about 5000 genomes for viruses recovered in the early phase of the pandemic, and then compared it to recent waves and found that In fact, there is a more contagious strain of the Corona virus. It's dominating and it might be spreading. Also great super good time happy Thursday. Cream. Bring back the music. Got it? Because we're singing a lot here. Are you gonna get, 40 said I just did. I did the whole beginning part here, his fingertips and he rolled up his boat and he pulled the bow across the strings that have made a evil here then a band of demons, Joan, and it has sounded something like this. Hold early is one my favorite songs that we almost never hear anymore. Used to be my mother in law's ex mother in law's ring tone. Okay. Choose a story. Yeah, the the story behind it. I imagine it's better. She want Teo to Georgia so perfect. Wow. May she rest in peace, and there it is. And Charlie. All right. We'll do some get some decorum around here. Q and a of the day. We're gonna talk about legal related things in such like Gorsuch specifically Security of the day. How much more conservative is Thies Supreme Court? With Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. Every day I featuring a listener question submitted by one of these methods. You may email me bribe I heart media dot com Tweet me out by my radio hit Mia Brian Mud own Facebook. A day's entry is this You mentioned Ginsberg was the most liberal justice on the Supreme Court. But how much more conservative? Is the court already with Gorsuch and Cavanaugh? Or is it Okay, Well, you know what? They're great questions. It's a really good point. Because I've talked a lot about false narratives. Is this one of them is the narrative. That the court has already moved to the right under President Trump has been held up. Of course, President Trump having Gorsuch and Cavanaugh, his first two picks. This prior to the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. So in the story reference brought this to you yesterday compared the voting record. Of Ruth Bader Ginsberg in split decisions along perceived ideological lines. Now I did this using the University of Washington's Supreme Court database. If you're a researcher, and you're interested in anything to dio With the Supreme Court's history. That is the preeminent resource. I mean, hands down. University of Washington Supreme Court database. It's remarkable anyway. And those decisions. In the split decisions where you took a look at who voted where you go. OK? These are the conservative ones. These are liberal once those types of moments Ruth waiter, Ginsberg voted With the more conservative justices only 15% of the time..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Local health care workers on Friday to KC one thirty five jet tankers will take off from the dell and fly over twelve area hospitals I heated debate in Sarasota last night a city commissioners argued over the re opening of lido beach some members said that merchants on St Armand's circle depend on lido being open well other commissioners contend there's not enough data yet to ease restrictions I'm Linda Hurtado fox thirteen news compelling conversations in the past in afternoon entertainment now the conversation continues it's time for and frugal rob I'm pretty psyched about it rejoined a short I love the song is one of life's romantics I felt I picked it for you so if there's one they're gonna skip that's the one my favorite song by Reba I love and I love fancy thank turn it into one room and rebuild what my god are you get me for twenty reboot take you around the world read as one of those women that you can get it is going to dominate mentally physically I really liked the woman there is honor right you read that right yeah grab you by the back of the head forcing me to do it like you don't want your thank you like for Johns joins identify all three of them at the conclusion of John joins you get absolutely nothing but will be really impressed setting your coming off the heels of somewhat of a political debate so I hate to do this to you but Obama gave no it may very well be a real thing ran Paul spoke.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of people who recorded the song Elvis Presley among them he incorporated it into is set the song my my lord back in nineteen seventy four in January and then right up until his last concert tour it was first released on the live album Elvis recorded live on stage in Memphis courting is from is March twenty nineteen seventy four concert in Memphis Tennessee he often introduced the song for JD Sumner to saying one of his favorite songs from no would sing the verses and Elvis would then joined in the chorus let's take a listen thank you Judy some in the stands and one my favorite songs why me lord or for those the to so and the favorite version here.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"one my favorite songs" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is time for vixs picks all right Vic you've been going through this list and what we got for this week number ten self titled the Beatles also known as the white album this their ninth studio album and I always like to mention the studios that worked on it at EMI and Trinity studios in London from late may through mid October this is nineteen sixty eight it was released the next month in November by apple records their own record label so this was a rate of release right around the time and you can correct me if I'm wrong here please we can now call this a right around the time would be maybe the beginning of the end of the Beatles yeah yeah yeah so after the release of their album sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band which I haven't heard yet but it's coming up real soon. on the number one spot on this list for going through but so with the white album from what I've read that the Beatles were trying to top well what's not considered by many not all look to be their best work they they would that the best way that they would ever produce that's not your opinion correct no my my my favorite Beatles album is it's a tie I know this is the way of doing it it's revolver and rubber summit the revolver in reversal okay tried to pick one it would be revolver okay revolvers my favorite all right good I got you on record without one I haven't heard either one of those so they weren't on the list wait which one really again revolver and rubber soul. I don't think know that they're on the list I think ahead I thought at least one of them's a hectic at two more Beatles arms to go through but okay I don't know they're not on the list of the top one hundred albums of all time to that list is wrong yeah I don't I don't don't quote me listen to dozens of the right yeah but I don't think so I don't think I've listened either one of those yeah okay I listen to some good ones of some good Beatles want some great ones yeah but so I'm also reading about how at this time they were having a lot of disagreements as as professionals as musicians ring go ahead even quit temporarily by this time and and what you can you know kind of end up with is this at times let's see it seems a little disjointed maybe the album but you know it yeah okay but you know it still great songs right I mean I yeah it's a great album the but you can hear you can hear me up you could hear the band splintering apart yeah I could hear the the John songs from the Paul songs and even the judge there's the George songs from the rain goes on you could just feel the band separating that's what it feels like when you listen to it it's still a great record yes exactly and that was pretty much what I kind of my review after listening to it for the very first time was that it was a little disjointed but awesome you know every song I've I've thought was well I'll be in almost every song I thought was awesome but it was disjointed at one point Paul McCartney singing about having in the middle of a public street on the an intimate encounter and a couple songs later I think it's two songs later John John Lennon singing about a very touching and beautiful song about his mother so it's it's it's a disjointed I think's at times but there's reasons for that from what I've read and and it's it's a bit strange but I love it I love the album many many classic Beatles songs on this album that some of them that I recognized but on. some of them I've heard before so on although I never listen to the entire album before is a double right it yes yeah it's like eighteen or nineteen songs on it but let's start with blood the old lan doc. this is catchy phrase. that was I had to read a little bit about that because that sound little Jamaican to me and it was when I was making music was gaining popularity in in the U. K. nor the US but but you know well known in the in the U. K. is when I guess when when this is one Jamaican music was kind of fun with that was written in a Jamaican Scott style the one saying that right yeah yeah very much okay okay make because the big riff in the studio the song I read big argument shouting match an engineer click over it John Lennon was not a fan of that song yeah in fact you wasn't until I found it interesting in fact after I found this really interesting if you listen to the piano intro it sounds like. I read this these are my words but I the critic I was reading it said it sounded like it it's a theater style piano and I read that John Lennon sat down during one of the recording sessions and he bangs that out like that in that style he brings it out real hard and fast on the piano and he says this is the way this song should be played and they ended up liking and that's only use that you know that faster louder style in the in the studio it'll work here from George Harrison and and with this next one my favorite song on this album a song called while my guitar gently weeps Harrison wrote it and for before we listen to for the studio version on the white album he invited his very close friend of that I've learned since since studying this album not widely regarded as one of the top couple of guitarist of all time Eric Clapton to over dub the lead guitar part of for this song and Tom's got a little cut my guitar gently weeps..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Hannah from orange are you on it all right yeah because I'm very pump for you because you're actually this year at the Hollywood Bowl this October it makes me so happy listen to pack a great picnic basket and a few bottles of wine have the best time okay I number one hit music station one is two point seven kiss FM lead one my favorite songs on number six collaborations project that sure there.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Steve your kids like any music that you grew up with like again in a classic rocker Peter Paul Merion that crap they'll get a little into Peter Paul Mary they like if I had a hammer by Peter Paul and Mary that's one of their favorite songs you know they they like a lot of current hits too but I I try to introduce them to just like some pro backstop Dean Martin Frank Sinatra and then it's like classic rock comes on on my play list or like throwback hip hop from the nineties return of the Mack whatever it is freedom to listen to any of their own choices well I think they learned some of their own music on the bus okay you know what I mean yeah kids listening to other stuff well I can I explain that I don't know I think that maybe they're just like a like music radio on their buses and so like the other day my son was singing a song goodness I forget what it was but in the end is just really cute is like this one my favorite songs that any just walking behind me in the store saying it as it was this really cute you know what it is I forget what it is at the moment but it's a song that we used to bump back from commercial with so I was done was like buddy we play this at work and then like right now he he ha would say like Hey Robert you not as the show he knows what you this song yeah I remember it sounding like this this week we saying this in a school play in first grade what comes after the hammer it's like if I had a chain saw right about seeing it in the more I'm not gonna lie Steve this is terrible know your you know this is terrible it's just too much going on what do you saying I want to see those guitars and vocals I want to strip it down to like a camp song go to don't think twice by Peter Paul merry go right now please without grumbling Ryan the Bob Dylan song yes I know if you want to enjoy Bob Dylan's music listen to Peter Paul and Mary they actually sing it for ballroom.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is what you learn to play and once you learn it you don't stop playing it Hey man of your complete the jar the place I love the Metallica growing up my cousin Ryan got me into it and then one time our basketball team came out to to be if you'll give it back to me that which I desire it was great yeah this is really good again I've got to point out Zac brown band does a cover of this song it's so good Steve dear kids like any music that you grew up with like again in a classic rocker Peter Paul Mary Ann that crap they're getting a little into peer palmeri they like if I had a hammer by Peter Paul and Mary that's one of their favorite songs you know they they like a lot of current hits too but I I try to introduce them to just like some throwbacks stuff Dean Martin Frank Sinatra and then it's like classic rock comes on on my play list or like throwback hip hop from the nineties return of the Mack what is freedom to listen to any of their own choices well I think they learned some of their own music on the bus okay I mean yeah kids listening to other stuff well I can I explain that I don't know I think that maybe they're just like a like music radio on their buses and so like the other day my son was singing a song goodness I forget what it was but in the end is just really cute is like this one my favorite songs that any just walking behind me in the store sing in it as it was this really cute you know what it is I forget what it is at the moment but it's a song that we used to bump back from commercial with so I was done was like buddy we play this at work and then like right now he he ha would say like Hey Robert you not as the show he knows why.
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Which I love, but there's a there's a on on on Sinatra Sinatra channel. Yeah. What's not just an auto? They'll play I play stop it. But they had the night where they do the shows from sands with. And it is the introduction is hilarious. Right. The daughter they will screw ran his her escrow, then bam, right? Into a song. The daughters will have their shows. I guess Tina in Nancy. They have the show. Yeah. Good. Good night. Papa. Yeah. I love you. Yeah. I hunted birthday. I went to the bar where I go regularly Sinatra's. Yeah. I didn't get in did not get expensive and. Pricey. But the family they took over the bar that night really there at the encore. Yeah. Yeah. It was it's really to think that first of all there's no Mark. I know there's a market for live show small intimate live shows. Sure, they are by their half of their bids was just how outrageous they were going to be. And it was bought most totally Trump had what songs are going to stay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They had done it long enough. I mean, if you listen to the shows, and again, it's it's really it's captivating to hear the the dishes and right the crowd, and they'll be going back and forth, and it feels like there's nothing going on then. Bam right to song. Dean Martin would. He was not he played like he was drunk all the he wasn't though because he used to make Sinatra angry because Sinatra today, I think it's at five o'clock you had to be in the sauna everyday because that's what he would get out a bed, and you go down there, and sweat it out. Yeah. And so d Martin they say would pretend that he was more drunk than he really was because he liked to get up early play golf another. These other guys were just sleep all the Sinatra's legendary to sleep during the day. Well, the Martin had the first ti- time at Riviera everyday seven o'clock any when he quit playing golf on Sunday. No die. That's when started drinking OJ Simpson. Got the first time it revere that he killed his son. His son got killed in a plane crash. When I was twenty one. A favorite song. It's deepen their drinking alone. Really depressing. Good song, though, I like one more from baby one more for the road long long road. And I gotta listen. I'm drinking alone is the song. Pressing is hell that's his best work is depressing. He hated the perky stop. Depressing stuffs the best, but he was great with a perky stuff. Flemington moon was great. Office. Give those off. It is us man away did though. Yeah. All right. Oh, yeah. Well, even fair and the Kennedy thing. Yeah. Oh, yeah. They they turned their back on the back on him. And he was furious. Anyone Ribas with Ronnie rakes your day? He felt like the and they did turn their back candidates. Did there in the back on him? Well for pretty good reason because one of them was going after the mob. I said Frank heal your friends, Bobby, but the, but but Frank delivered did in West Virginia, a all places, Jeff Ward and Ed Clements..
"one my favorite songs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Chris come up next. Hello, barbara. There. I'm here, Barbara I would just like the wonderful thing the packaging all. I would just like to put a couple of them. Okay. I walked out. Now, Barbara are you on a speakerphone? There we go. I wanted to be able to hear what you were saying, Barbara. Thank you. And it got out at one o'clock, and I went out and I locked my Keith out. And I was the only one on the parking, and it was thirty two degrees. And it's young kid that worked at the theater skates for an hour and a half Indus freezing called gave me his jacket the lockout guy came and even when the lockout guy came. It was one hundred fifty six dollars and this young man offered to put it on the master part must be I had my first. Twenty two years old. Kind and another thing I one of my friends died of and I went to the theaters to see Bill because Queen was his favorite group. And when I was in line the kids at the theater should how Shane I said he died and gentleman behind the khaki on the shoulder. Big tall guy currently near route and help and locked, ma'am. I am so sorry about your son. You're in prayer all guys that I'm telling I just cried the kindness I run into this all the time. And you never hear about you just hear the bad stuff. No. I just had to put my two cents in and say, God bless everybody. Smile cost nothing and their kindnesses. I have told other people if there's such wonderful people in the world, we hear all the bad stuff. And you don't hear the kind of stuff. So. Yes. It tell you that right? Whoever that guy is hug me. I wished I knew it just meant the world to me like my son at your side. And it was just a perfect bid rough tough guy about six seven really tall. And you just rocked me and held me and said, I am so so sorry if anyone out there is listening to fits that description. Call I want to hear from. Yes, really do that would be kind that would be wondering listening. Thank you very much have a beautiful three things. I wanna say Barbara number one. Yes. The the nice things don't get pointed out nearly enough in fact, rarely as a matter of fact, so it's nice. If you just say that number two, I truly am sorry for the loss of your son. Thank you so much and the third thing. Thank you for being the coolest person this called me in the last few days because you called it. Bo rap, and I've never heard anyone call a Bo rap, and that's. Planet. Good edgy. Go. See below rap. I did. Oh, no. I did. Yes. But I hadn't used bowl rap yet. So I'm probably gonna have to use that. The movie that was so cute. So anyway, Barbara it's a delight to hear from you. And thank you for a nice call. Okay. Thank you you. Welcome. And thanks for listening. Chris in Rancho thank you for your patience. Hey, I love your show. I call you a couple of time. And I have two things tonight is rainy day. I ran out of gas that I went to give a gap some nice ABC company. My AGM the work. And he said go ahead. I will pay you know, gas, and I just wanna remember. He's name dry, white Wayne. And some guy kind of thing for me. Guy. Gaddi? Denali. Isn't that? Nice. And that you weren't just lingering around asking people random people for money. Just someone happened to see you an offer that. Kylie, and he he just here. I am I go and the second. I heard you talk about the please. And every time I hear the guy shot, my younger brother is the cop the PD right now a night work. I asked him he told me every time, but he put a uniform on every day that I always play for him. And now you touch me tonight. A twenty two years old good Davis. Oh, man. Yes. Yeah. It's shooting my heart. Just drive, you know, my heart rate job and play every day for oughta the policeman do surveys for CD. And then and then my brother said when he every day they mentality they hopefully, they come home and see the kids. Sure. Yeah. I can't imagine. Or at nighttime. They always patrol to people when it's call to back up. Yeah. I mean, it's a dangerous job. It's has to be a nerve racking job. Heck just watching cops. I my I get tense. You know, because you never know you pull someone. You know, what's going to happen? Every day when he gets a uniform. Yeah. Please job. You're not say he do public service. And then you any touch me. What did you talk about all the shooting is the very hard? Yes, sir. I the one at Rancho Cordova, please. He went to my church too. You know, that my younger brother, I he bought all my money to buy the life vest when he graduated. Chris. You're a good brother. Journeyman Kerry journey you know, the journey us. Uh-huh. Mystique perry. Dude, you misty Perry. Yeah. Know is. That's right. That's right. Well, you favorite song of Jenny? You know, what are your favorite one? My favorite song by journey. My favorite song by journey with Steve Perry air because my favorite's probably be forced to actually, but. I like. Was it still they ride it'd be my favorite. If if I may say. The one to do a concert in California. And a lot.