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"In their game against the chargers if it wasn't for a couple of plane that lamar made their game against baltimore. I mean for some of those situations i mean. We could be looking again easily at kansas city. Being five of one and everybody will be sitting there saying why is everybody. Panicking were five and one they still have something to clean up and they're still the elite teams in the afc and then the national football league. Imagine what's going to be happening. How much more potent are going to be. Once these very correctable mistakes are going to be corrected this the narrative. This would be the thought thinking process if kansas city was five one four and two from majority of football fans in kansas city fans but It's not the case but mahomes again the thrown a lot of interceptions. We've been speaking about it interceptions. We've been concentrating on his interceptions and yes he has thrown more interceptions than Than you has in the past couple of years yes. Some of those passes that heathrow has been intercepted has been laughable in like what in the hell you're doing but he's still third in the league with over eighteen hundred yards passing and he threw four season high three hundred ninety seven yard last week and travis kelsey leads all tight ends with thirty eight catches is tied for the league with four hundred. Sixty eight receiving yards. Tyreek hill is still tyreek. Hill caught nine passes for seventy six years. Td last week and it's tied for the lead with the demonte. Adults were forty-six catches so i mean from a glass half full standpoint. You sitting up there saying well. What's the problem here. Yeah they're three and three. But as i mentioned before as you mentioned before wendell it's a long season and when these things get corrected all of a sudden now three of three is going to be looking like eleven and four in a couple of weeks. So what's going to the big deal down the road. What's going to be a big deal. Will the deal is that the defense is still going to be a problem. If you're talking about the glass being half empty of your kids to the football professional football team either or know you're looking at it. From a negative standpoint glass have emptied. The defense is still a problem when you think about kansas city giving up one hundred and thirty three yards rushing. Oh by way. Let just mention that. They're going to be playing tennessee with the best running back in football. Like wear you down. Because he's going to be toting. The rock twenty five thirty times it if necessary. So the chiefs are twenty-seventh in the league. As far as rushing concerned their defense is giving up almost thirty points. A game only miami. The giants atlanta in washington or worse so on one hand disable. The offense is going to be fine that the other correctable things that that could be That can be in taking care of and on the other hand you say well. That's great but are they really going to have to win every single game. Forty two thirty eight. Is that even possible even with the greatness of patrick mahomes and maybe some of the decisions that patrick mahomes is making there. He's coppins because he knows that the estimate those types of throws yet to make those types of decisions he has to make those type of passes because goodness gracious. I have to go ahead and do something. I have to go ahead and be dynamic. I have to go ahead and score touchdowns. Because if i don't i'm giving the ball back to a team on the defensive side for my team we're giving up dog thirty points a game. So sometimes the pressure might manifest itself in the patrick homes. Making those types of decisions baby is a situation where the defense is having the kansas city. Football team on offense mic some of the decisions causing some of the fumbles. Because they're trying to do too much knowing that goodness gracious. If we don't score a bunch of points we might not be able to go ahead and win the football game because we can't kill her defense to hold a team to fourteen seventeen points twenty one points. We're gonna have to go out and score at least over thirty so baby. This'll be allowed. You know signed for positively. If you're kansas city at the fact that hey it gets washington last lille. Lau washington is the football team. They allow them to score thirteen points. Okay well that's great but let's take a look at some of the skill players for the washington football team Near not going to be facing that caliber if you're going to be looking to win championships if you're going to be looking to win division titles if you're going to be looking to win conference championship if you're going to be looking to be competing in the You're going to be looking to be competing for championship and super bowls and such. You're not going to be facing. Taylor halicki tyler. I and the key and tonio gibson in bend. The buffer of mindless washington has and the lack of Receivers were lack of playmakers. Logan thomas as another guy tied and he didn't play where you know a situation where a great that the chief source jimmy that Kansas city allowed only thirteen point. But again whole different story. When you're going to be playing a much better. Offense starting off with the tennessee titans with derrick henry. Aj brown julio jones ryan tannehill It's going to be a much more difficult game to wear. You know what let's see. What happens when they play a more diverse in a much. Better offense than they did last week against washington speaking of kansas city. Wendell's world in sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad that you could be with us talking about some of the games. That's going to be happening in the nfl week. Seven who at a falcons at the miami dolphins miami playing the week after losing the jacksonville in london. The dolphins have lost five games in a row and every laws that the dolphins have stephen ross gets a little bit more nervous a little bit more ansi gets a little bit more angered a little bit more perturb and he goes to his fellows he goes to the people who worked for him and say what the hell what did the holy hell is going on. And when can you get up to shawn watson. when can obtain the services of deshaun watson ryan flora's the other day was up there speaking about. I really don't get into rumor. To what is a quarterback. Were happy with quarterback or quarterback situation. I leave it at that. I've said multiple times. That's great there. Bryant coach. i'm glad that you think that to a ton of by lower is your quarterback is no quebec situation. I'm glad that you know you gave him the public endorsement at the the the post conference on friday. But you're not writing the checks and if the owner goes to chris careers. Get me to a tongue of low against what me bill belichick you ain't you ain't gonna them cats You're going to be getting shawn watson. you're going to be working with the charlotte watson. So moving forward again we spoke about. The dolphins are nauseam in terms of. When do we start turning the season around to instead of trying to make the playoffs to start rebuilding for next season. Who's going to be here. Who's not going to be there and go ahead and make the move. Forward the shawn watson with the understanding that watson within the legal trouble that he's facing and hadn't even faced punishment from the nfl's yet probably is not gonna play football this year regardless if he stays with houston if you go to philadelphia if he goes to Miami or anywhere else. But i mean in this situation. You don't want any nfl with ellen elite quarterback and the shawn watson ever. He gets his legal trouble though the way something tells me that yeah he has a money in the pipe price lawyer the go ahead if need be biased way out of these pay his way out of the trouble that he's in but eventually he'll get back on the field and play and if he can get back on the field play because he's taking a year off where he's not playing this year not because of injury but because of situations off the field rich acquire require his attention so for him to come back next season whether he's playing with the dolphins or not. If he's going to be able to play this is not going to be him coming back from an injury. This is going to be something where you know what he took a year off from getting hit and the wear and tear that goes on his body. So if you're the dolphins long-term getting the show and for the twenty twenty two season that might be the way to go because as a were looking right now. Let's season is at a total loss. The new york jets wanted five at the new england patriots. Two and four. Wilson's that wilson the quarterback for the jets trying to snap the patriots. Eleven game winning streak against them in that series. The jets have beaten the patriots since week. Sixteen of the two thousand fifteen season. That wasn't even pathmark. Sanchez met the third week of the season. Speaking about the jets and the patriots. New england won easily twenty. Five six and bill. Belichick did the zach wilson which he does to all rookie quarterback's when he played bill belichick. The first time made him look foolish. Confused and Not very good. Nineteen thirty three two hundred and ten yards seeming. I'm sorry Yeah yeah he one thousand nine hundred thirty. Three hundred ten yards and four interceptions. That's what does that wilson was doing. So let me see how did the got it off. Yeah still looking. At the fact that new england's coming off tough laws against dallas and overtime some decisions questionable decisions made by bill belichick. What are you going to question bill belichick. When he's bill belichick so two and four. well see if the jets can rebound against the new england patriots. One thing they have to do they had to get a little bit better. As far as the first quarter is concerned. Come out and start playing. They'd been now score thirty two nothing in the first quarter the first five games the past five games. They've twenty seventy nine yards total yards in the first quarter through those games. They scored thirteen points. While the opponents of scores five. And i've been out gained one thousand thirty one to four hundred twenty in the first half so used to be incumbent upon the new york jets to come out and do some things so yeah that would be that would be a good idea when those world and sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad that you could be with us. Carolina panthers at the new york giants. We take a look at some of the early games the slate in week. Seven of the national football league this coming sunday carolina has lost three games in a row. The giants are coming off to other wars. Losses of the season is time for the discussion. Hey you know what. Jon gruden already left. He was the first coach to be gone. From an organization speculation scuttle button talk know urban meyer. Who's going to be that guy who's gonna be the next guy then other. We should start mentioning the possibility possibility that it could be joe judge of the giants now what he said about the current win loss situation he said the let me see. What's the quote. yes he said. I've the head coach. That's my responsibility point blank. Every player on the field every position group the execution in all comes down to me. The fish stinks when the fish stinks from the head down. I've been taught that by great guys that i worked for and played for. There's no excuses no exceptions. You demanded of your coaches to make sure that your players are playing the right wayne. You demanded of the players to know what you do what to do when they have to go out there and do it but it starts with me and ends with me well could be ending with you very very soon aka. Want the season's over the last two games have been embarrassing for the giants. Lost dallas lost to the los angeles rams by combined fifty points not being competitive especially in the second half either game so you know saquon barkley still trying to get back into shape. Daniel jones still trying to figure out the fees. The franchise quarterback to be moving forward. What are the weapons. What are the situations concerning with that. In the defense has regressed said mentioned before one of the lower tier teams in terms of points given up so that defense which carry them through part of the season last year for about fifteen minutes where they were considered possible playoff contenders because of the vision that they were in not because of the record that they had well. That defense has regressed. That office had not improved in any way shape and form and when you see those type of situations than a you take local say. This is not going to be a successful season and be joe. Judges been at the helm of the team. Long enough to have some type of improvement or more improvement than what the new york giants organization or. Football team is showing. So we're going to have to possibly make some moves if things don't turn around wendell's world and sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad that you could be with us taking a look at some other games of cincinnati a baltimore great gauge game for the bengals six weeks into the season at the five straight. Losing seasons and zach wilson. Another guy that came into the season total about it might be a situation where you know what he could be losing his job. Well joe borough and jomar chasing those have turned things around greatly Chance to move into a tie for first place atop the afc north that they can win that the the vision leading baltimore ravens. Who are on a hot streak of themselves. Winning five games in a row baltimore had beaten cincinnati repeatedly with the same old flipping cincinnati bengals. Ravens won twenty seven to three and thirty eight to three and their two most recent matchups between the teams baltimore rut for a franchise record four hundred and four yards and one of those games and look you know. I don't know exactly where we're going to be at cincinnati. I don't know exactly as far as going into the season. I don't know what we can make the team from cincinnati. I really don't but i know one thing. This will be a great gauge game in terms of where they stand win or lose because if you take a look at some of the winds are you take a look at cincinnati four victories. This season the only one that kind of stands out is the game at pittsburgh where they want twenty four to seven. Maybe the season opener where they won in minnesota twenty seven to twenty four. But at the time you know you speaking about the pittsburgh team moving the week two or week three whenever they play pittsburgh that was struggling really struggling on offense now since they game. Pittsburgh has gotten better but at the time the replaying pittsburgh was shall we say regressing solely kind of in how they were playing football. So just speaking about cincinnati's four wins being minnesota at pittsburgh jacksonville and then at detroit. Then of those gains shout out that this is a team that we should they seriously have playoff contenders just yet the game now gang seven week seven against the baltimore ravens is going to be a situation where again win or lose. We can kind of go ahead and see but can a football team. We're gonna be talking about. Shall we really start talking about. Cincinnati being A playoff contender win or lose depends more on how they play so baltimore is going to be going for six victory in a row. I mean what's really the difference. Is you take a look at the organizations this season with the ravens. And the bengals when you take a look at some of the victories of baltimore's have and set it on my podcast last week. There's only a couple of plays in the band officiating. Call away from baltimore possibly not being five and one but baby being two hundred four or three and three so as a game of inches very much a game of inches. So in the nfl. We've got some really good games. Late games are gonna be philadelphia. Two and four at the las vegas raiders. Foreign to good win for the raiders. After all of that bullshit happened with jon gruden detroit own six at the rams five and one that should be a homecoming game for the los angeles rams the houston texas wanna five at the arizona cardinals six. No another should be homecoming game for the arizona cardinals. Chicago going to be going to tampa bay chicago. Three and three tampa bay. Five and one tampa bay is going to be without antonio brown but the weapons that the buccaneers half the way they've been playing the way the offense of line has been keeping. Tom brady rather clean while chicago. Defense has gotten better justin fields. I don't think is in a position yet where he can go toe to toe against the defense and everything that entails in terms of trying to put points on the board against them. So i think tampa bay is gonna come away with that win if a dozen chicago with justin feels. Hey high then. Indianapolis two and four at san francisco coming off a bye week. Two and three jimmy garoppolo as going to be the starting quarterback for the forty niners. Good game this past weekend by the indianapolis colts carson wentz. Looks like he's starting to get a little bit more comfortable with the teammates and frank right and the system such so I wouldn't be shocked. I wouldn't be surprised in fact. I'm predicting i should say. I'm going to go out and say that the indianapolis colts should beat the san francisco. Forty niners and on the road this weekend. Which means san francisco will probably win this game. Thirty eight to nothing monday night. Football game new orleans at seattle two quarterbacks that are struggling to teams with inconsistency at quarterback seattle not because it has anything to do with russell wilson but because russell wilson has a broken middle finger he won't be playing gina. Smith came in played relatively well Monday night or sunday night. What sunday night. yes sunday. Night against pittsburgh that lead to fumble though cost them the opportunity to win the game but he's been serviceable and james. Winston still remains inconsistent. So we don't know exactly what he's going to be doing as far as you know from possession to possession. Maybe the running game with album chimera can help out and maybe that improved defense for new orleans can go ahead to step up and not put jamie's in situations where he's going to have to be throwing the ball all over the yard so yeah mm-hmm the nfl slate of games looks interesting. No powerhouses no game of the centuries while you know. Stop what you're doing a watch but a solid slate of games for week. Seven in the nfl..

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"Of days later. Then go to miami and play a team that embarrassed that the The walkie embarrassed in the playoffs. Kind of gave a couple of players on that miami heat team. A couple of look in the mirror and reality sets in oman. Goodness gracious kind of hit. Have the face too harsh truth that i'm not as good as i thought. I was. See tyler hero and after rededicate myself to being a pro to being all those type of things the hell. The tyler hero went through after the bubble experience and then all the expectations that were supposed to be thrust upon him going into His next season in he greatly disappointed. There was even talk about men you know back in the day james harden when he was. What's you can't believe that You know there was a situation where miami turned down the opportunity to acquire james harden unbelievable because they wanted to keep tyler he wrote. This was during the season. Last season were hero was underperforming greatly and at the beginning when harden was being shopped around and was like well you know. Heroes heroes untouchable. I wouldn't trade. James harden for hero heroes younger. And he's got more upside and did you see how we played in the playoffs in the bubble in hardened thirty two and the other no way than the other and by the end of the season it was like damn what a screw of the miami may not getting a james harden for tyler hero. Go there was talk about you. Know not one hundred percent guarantee but there was discussion about. Should we go ahead and start thinking about trading this kid so as all of that got to humor will let me tell you something. When you're dealing with the miami heat organization pat riley eric's poultry expulsion such and they don't sugarcoat admit they don't bullshit will try to make sure that your feelings they don't give a fuck about your feelings. Okay they tell you the way it is. So i'm quite sure. The end of the season discussion with the miami heat when it came to tyler hero when he had to meet with riley in spoelstra in those guys plus sure wasn't too pleasant quite sure. It wasn't too cheerful. A quite sure there were some words. used by riley spoelstra that Really maybe struck a court with tyler. Hero this sale shit. You know maybe. I need to go ahead and rededicate myself as to the being a Try to be I don't know like the nets. Generations mail kim kardashian or paris hilton or some shit like instead of trying to figure out how i'm going to build my brand. Maybe i'm not as far along in terms of being a superstar as i thought it was running around trying to bang i g models do all those types of things and go out and south beach the fucking man. Maybe i need to well. You know bunker del. Go back to the dungeon and You know develop my game developed by craft in grow up a little bit because the nba is a man's league. And if you're not going to act like a man unless you've got other worldly talents than you ain't going to be last too long. And i think tyler zero after last season were that so we came out in the first game. He was looking great in preseason so we came out and the season opener and put it on the walkie and put it on them quite hard so one of them one of them situations man milwaukee already you know had their statement game opening game against brooklyn you know should the bed against the miami janas had fifteen points grayson allen had fourteen points. Chris middleton had ten points. Fourteen shooting from the field but milwaukee plate without jrue holiday. As i mentioned before set out because of that Right heel injury brook. Lopez didn't play because of a back. Bobby portis left with a hamstring injury. Now i'm thinking of these really meant something that brook lopez into rule holiday played speaking about game two on the road bucks already. Made the statement bucks. Already got their jill. You know moving on with that. So two games into the season but miami look good miami. Look good by me. Like i said. Play with revenge in their hearts plate with revenge in terms of the passion and the intensity that they showed against the milwaukee bucks the other night in milwaukee was like screw it man. We already beat you guys in the playoffs. So you know. We'll get luck to you guys. Miami's much much-improved miami much improved with the addition of calorie the They're much improved. So we'll see what happens. Moving forward with that wendell's world in sports. I'm your host wonderwall so glad that you could be with us. Second game of the tuesday night game. The golden state warriors started their season with tim. Goodwin's opening night on tuesday. As i mentioned before the lost angeles lakers. I'll be getting to the lakers second. Y'all calm down. One twenty one one fourteen scored on sixty eight fifty three in the second half. Allow thirty eight points in the fourth quarter. Speaking about the lakers in that frame vogel defense and despite playing like trash aka shooting like trash five. Twenty one to three from three point. Range steph curry a steph curry after the game. You heard him on the the interview right. He said he plane crash. Like i mentioned before. He said he should've said i shot trash. But man shot like trash is still had a triple double. Mister got himself a triple double twenty points. Ten rebounds tennessee's in thirty six minutes. Yeah shooting wise. And i know basically. That's the main thing we're going to be judging steph curry on in terms of how well he played is how well that he shot. But just if presence on the court especially offensively makes a huge positive impact for golden state in the game. Because you have to always always always always be cognizant of steph curry. What he what he's doing in that. That extends to about thirty five feet away from the basket so i don't give a damn if he misses his fifteen sixteen eighteen. Twenty twenty five shots. I don't care if he missed his first. Twenty five shots in twenty. Four of them were were airballs and the other one was the brick. It doesn't matter you still have to give him the same amount of respect. You still have to exert the same amount of attention and energy on that guy as if he hasn't missed a shot because he can go over twenty one and then catch fire and go sick for six four four from three point range including a dagger 35-footer with the shot clock running daily gave golden state victory. So you never want to ignite the flame. Which is steph curry shooting. So yeah he might have played like trash in terms of His shooting percentages concern. But he did other things that may they mentioned before just having him on the floor makes it Mixed golden state a much much better team regardless of how we shooting and he redeemed himself on thursday last night against the clippers in their home opener. Speaking about the golden state warriors. Their hope or opener against the clippers scored forty five points. Forty five points. Forty five points on sixteen to twenty five shooting. Eight of thirteen from the three point line ten rebounds in thirty eight minutes. Go ahead three pointer with fifty six seconds remaining and then follow that up with a thirty four. Let's middle man the only real blemish for curry so has been turnovers. The first two games. And i don't pay too much attention to Bad shooting night that mccurry can have a shooting. Neither either to doesn't matter eventually he man. It's going to happen where he's going to explode almost like to use the Like to use the situation as far as curry shooting in terms of like. If you're living in los angeles right you. You know that los angeles southern california get get earthquakes earthquakes right now. You might not know when it's coming. You might not be able to project when his coming but you know eventually an earthquake is going to be coming if you live in louisiana during the summertime. You know that a hurricane's going to be coming we don't know is going to be hurricane katrina ish. We don't know how devastating is going to be. But you know whether it'd be june july august you know that a hurricane is gonna be coming steph curry. That's the same damn thing you know if steph curry goes five or twenty one or eight for twenty three and goes for eleven or three for fourteen from three point range you know the performance that he had against the clippers on thirty nine. It's coming a forty five point eight for thirteen from the three point line. Sixteen to twenty five shooting to dagger threes at the end of the game. You know that's coming now. You don't know if it's going to be happening game three or game. Six or game. Eight or nine or ten. We don't know how many is going to happen. He could have game like that a couple of games in a row. You don't know but you know that should come in. So what steph curry and the shooting. you know. that's something that you don't have to worry about mentioned for the only thing maybe for just picking hairs here the only thing that might be something where you might have to say Interesting is the turnovers. But you know steph such a creative player as death tapes to so many chances that you expect to have three or four turnovers a game especially with his ball handling responsibility to the way that he cuts the way that he moves the way that these grooves the sickness that he has instinctiveness that he has with gray mom green. Sometimes there's a work all the time but you're the style of play that they have curry is going to be having turnovers. But if he can minimize those. As i mentioned before it averaging five maybe maybe maybe this too much but it you know three and a half turnovers per game. I mean for staff that would be really really good so golden state willing the teams love. People are talking about golden state this golden state dad is like man and then they bring up the fact that you know klay thompson is gonna come back matt. How good do we know klay thompson is going to be when he gets back. People are speaking about. Yeah klay thompson is going to be back by christmas. Okay that's fine. That's wonderful but you you do realize that the klay thompson that you're getting back is not the klay thompson that we're used to right now. I don't know how long it's gonna take klay thompson be the klay thompson that we all remember. I don't know if klay thompson it's ever going to get back to the klay thompson that he was when everybody. You know things have played thompson. That his at the height of his prowess working with staff and draymond in kadian. Those guys were. I don't know if that guy is ever going to come back now. I know the man could shoot. That's a that's a given. And i know that you know as far as being a creator is concerned an off the ball. Dribbler a type of player. That's not his game and the lastingly go when you speaking about the game of basketball issue shot when you're a shooter just like when you know just like george foreman george. Foreman is like what what is he. Now seventy something years old is he could probably get right now still be one of the hardest hittin heavyweights going on right now in. The man stuff is semi something years old. You never lose your power in boxing. You never lose your ability to shoot the basketball. If you're a shooter in that game so clay is always going to be able to shoot. The only question is going to be. How much more can contribute play. If you remember was also very two way player. He was a shooter. He was a defender because of the injuries that he's had. These missed the amount of time that detailed. how much is that. Going to be mitigated. How much of that is going to be damaged from those injuries from the time off. Is he ever going to get close to what he. what before. As far as being a defenders concern v if he is it. What does that mean. I think when people are prognosticating. What the golden state warriors are going to be all a beverly mentioned what we're getting klay thompson back for me is like we'll get yearly klay thompson back as a shooter and that's something that you need and if clay can come back by christmas that we give him another four monthly around himself in the basketball shape. Nba basketball shaving shot together and get back to the continuity that he had with raymond what he had with steph curry and those type of things but i think when people are speaking about the warriors are going to going to surprise in terms of maybe being top five top sixteen in the western conference because klay thompson is coming back. I think putting way too much pressure on too much unrealistic expectations on klay thompson. Just still speaking about golden state warriors team. Who i mean outside of steph wellstone score who else could shoot the ball. Draymond can't andrew wiggins can't he's not consistent in doing that maybe jordan pool but you know jordan pool hasn't given enough you know we. We haven't seen enough of jordan pool in terms of doing it on a consistent basis especially in crunch time for us to believe that he can be that super bowl. Second score with clay or cmih with steph to get them to being willing to true contenders for the western conference. But i will say this meant golden state the way they played. You gotta love way. They play then though people whine and complain the school folks. People in my generation are always speaking about there are too many goddamn three pointers. In the game was either a dunk fucking contest or three point shooting contest. This is the basketball this bullshit while that might be the case man but you know golden state is gonna shoot a lot of threes. First of all you have steph curry. Why would you not want him. To shoot as many threes is possible with this range in with his accuracy. I don't know why you would actually go ahead and bone that point but even though they'll be shooting a lot of threes and even though sometimes on those three on tuesday and those two on ones in those four on threes and those unmanned situations they'll drive nuts. When you see three guys running to three point line. I understand old school. It'll drive you nuts but man goals as the fun team to watch very entertaining. Team to watch extremely entertaining. I'm looking forward to watching golden state play. I'm interested in watching charlotte plane. I'm interested in watching denver play. I'm interested in watching I just love the new york. Knicks new york next big game feel for your next at madison square garden. Great it's great. Theater is Reno and tom table those team is going to give you a hundred and ten percent every single night. I mean they might. Not you know they're they're they're not on the upper echelon and turned the eastern conference teams are concerned but with tom thibodeau eight. He's gonna play. The starters hold on a minute whether it be game one whether it be gained twenty five whether a game be forty six sixty three seventy two the matter. What the score is no matter. What the circumstances are tom. Thibodeau team with his new york. Knick team the makeup that they have they are going to give you everything that they've got so when a team like milwaukee or a team like brooklyn or a team like the lakers or team by utah. Where a team that comes into. Msg and plays maybe february during the dog days of the season. They know that they had to get themselves ready to play the next because that garden crowd is going to give them the juice to go out there and play a game with a lot more passionate intensity and energy than say a tuesday night game during the same time period in sacramento or indiana orlando is such an with timoteo playing against tom timber though team that new york knicks team. You don't play hard. The general luther game by twenty so regardless of how good you are regardless of what. Your team's expectations are so that's another team that i'm gonna be interested in watching nice to see new york basketball professional basketball back in new york city so the nba season has started. All of these good things going on. I wanna save. The los angeles lakers talked till next. segment losing one. Twenty one fourteen. I don't know are people gonna lose their mind like a fan of losing. Your mind already will be interesting to see how they do against phoenix tonight but Losing the first game of the season. I'll get into that when we come back in. What else do i wanna talk about. Oh yeah we gotta go ahead and talk about the mess the nonsense. Which is the philadelphia. Seventy sixers and ben simmons. And i don't know what the hell's with the stuff man but We'll go ahead and we'll take a look at that and to break that down a little bit and talk a little about take a little look a little bit about zayn williamson such all of those good things but Yeah so the one roll the sports. That's exactly what we're going to be talking about so make sure when you go ahead and you talk about windows. Roll the sports. Make sure when you go ahead and you listen to this podcast. Make sure when you go ahead and when you download and you subscribe when you rate when you review make sure that you say doggone it you better treat my show with some respect. You'd better treat under wallace. The man who speaking right here with respect. You'd better speaking you better. You better go ahead and from your lips the word from your lips when you speak about window world is sports is all about respect because respect is what i want. Respect is what i needed. Just like otis redding said david give me some respect.

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"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"This every once in a while because old israeli is my musical hero because how much i admire adore otis redding as far as a historical person is concerned. Because i wasn't around when he was living. I'm not that old. But since i'm definitely into otis redding the man the music and everything you know sometimes podcast. I'm one to you know let you guys know. I'll let you know how much just absolutely revere in a door in idolize the great oldest reading so as a pulling this stuff down. I'm thinking about fifty nine years ago. Today or able twenty second. Oldest railing was with the pine. Toppers are the club and macon georgia called club doing his thing. I'm thinking about otis redding fifty seven years ago april twenty second. Nineteen sixty four at the fairgrounds speedway nashville tennessee. Where he's up there. Performing supporting james brown and the famous flames solomon burke garrett mimms dionne warwick speaking about april twenty four fifty seven years ago today stemberg on in youngstown ohio. Supporting moms mabley speaking about today. April twenty fifth nineteen all sorry april twenty fifth nineteen sixty four. He's the cobo arena in detroit. Michigan support james brown and the famous flames. Solomon berg mims dionne warwick thinking about what was doing performing nineteen sixty six fifty five years ago at auburn auburn university in auburn alabama april. Twenty four th. He's at the floor. Coliseum influence atlanta. excuse me florida alabama. Do a two shows seventy nine thirty thinking about the idol figuring about the great one thing about the legend thing about my hero oldest reading fifty four years ago. Nineteen sixty seven performing at unbc. That university maryland baltimore county in baltimore. Maryland six fifty per couple to see the show. Then he was on to philadelphia pennsylvania at the philadelphia arena for the ebony soul tour with dionne warwick patti labelle and the blue bloods bluebells. That's just my guy but interesting story about club. Fifteen interesting story about what happened in nineteen sixty three at the club the summer of nineteen sixty three between james brown and joe tex and who was there that night performing mug hero oldest reading.

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"otis redding" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"otis redding" Discussed on Pantheon

"Years touring You know. I don't think it's terribly uncommon Especially or partnerships when people are young because they get kind of the end up feeling trapped I don't know that's we'll leave that to a psychologist to unravel for us But i think that wilson pickett story is characteristic of wilson himself. He was by all accounts. Really difficult guy.

"otis redding" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"otis redding" Discussed on Pantheon

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"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"Elvis would get all the credit you know. You ain't nothing but a hound always was sung by big mma big mama ray thornton or something like that but there's just a bunch of songs that were written by black boys which elvis stole meijima international superstar that bullshit about him being the king of rock and roll. Fuck you you stupid ass. Mother fuckers who were actually dumb enough to believe that bullshit rock and roll soul music that was created by blackbox black blackbox. So that other bullshit about elvis. Be the king a rock roll. Elvis presley didn't write one mother fucking song. You're gonna call that motherfucker king rock role. How stupid are you to believe some bullshit like that. Good singer very talented got. Nothing is as a talent but elevate him to the king of rock and roll. Which means he's gonna be in higher regard than such luminaries such geniuses such groundbreaker such innovators at ray charles. And jackie wilson and little richard and otis redding and marvin gaye and in all those guys. Get the fuck outta here. Get the fuck out here. And sam cooke was one of those guys charter member of the of the rock and roll hall of fame when it was first introduced in nineteen eighty seven. He was also awarded posthumously. The lifetime achievement granny award so he will songwriter. He was a label owner. He was a performer. Guy was man and he was going to be doing great things. And you talked about the artist that he influenced you toma oldest reading marvin gaye aretha. Franklin al green curtis mayfield. The beatles rod stewart. Stevie wonder i mean everybody son melt motown smokey robinson. All of those guys are sitting there talking about you. Know for us Sam cooke with the man. I mean you could hear it. Especially with someone. Like smokey robinson in terms of you could hear it especially with someone like marvin gaye the walk. The sam cooke influence so there was nobody. I think secular music. But the -ception may be ray charles and term the who was a bigger influence for the music going forward in the artist. Moving forward then. Sam cooke. They were the foundation in the major influencers of today's modern music. So it was just a damn shame so when we're speaking about not speaking about why every december tenth eleventh whatever. We need to recognize sam cook. Because that's how important sam cooke is. That's how important sam cooke was. That's how important sam cooke still remains. Today wendell's world is sports. Yes sports i'm your host wonder wallace. Okay great for you to be with us. Let me begin with my hero. Let me end with my man. Let me end with a guy named otis. Redding low myself really told relationship about himself in the folks stack studios extremely inspiring. I think for me the way. I live my life in terms of the relationships that i build You could just take a local see. The correlation between the relationship that otis redding head was such guys on bucatini. Mg the greatest house band ever lived. We're speaking about booker. T jones esteem colonel cooper and donald duck dunn and al jackson junior the relationship but those guys had with though with him oldest reading and the relationship that those guys booker. T. booker t. L. jackson duck. Done steve troppo with those guys. Had in terms of a friendship turned of unity and turned up togetherness. We're speaking about a time in memphis tennessee where nothing was created everything was segregated and yet we have two white guys who are two black is coming together in just jamming and just playing great music and becoming a family and becoming you know those things make became. The great friends family did because of the type of people that they were in the play that they played in the connections that they had again at a time. Where you know what white state over here. Black were down there. Those guys in a black ghetto were stack. Studio was came in there. And they create a great music and otis came in there and was part of that family and Those those guys from brothers so for me. When i like to live my life and term the way i live my life and turned the my friendship in terms of the relationship. They cultivate and everything like that is based on the oldest reading booker. t jones l. jackson junior donald duck dunn david porter isaac hayes that family that was stack studios. I don't know why no one had made a movie about that yet. But even if it's something like the five heartbeats were robert townsend was loosely based on the temptations or something like dreamgirls which was loosely. Based on a motown. I don't know why someone hasn't come up with a loosely based deal concerning otis redding and the folks that he recorded bucatini james. Those are the ones that gave him. The opportunity wouldn't be another running without those guys. What else tax do deals and much of a bad euro talented jim stewart had the odor stacks. He gave them the opportunity oldest camp there one afternoon one evening. Go ahead and record. He was rhody for john jenkins. The guy went from maton georgia oldest part of the journey. Jason spam jenkins with chuck berry. Wannabe those guys went from macon georgia drove from georgia. All the way up to memphis tennessee and got out and he was unloading the equipment and everything. Those guys look was those musicians and everything. We're looking at him talk. This guy is not the buonarroti ever heard of him with any other. Johnny jenkins started the recording session. Nothing really came out of it and all throughout this is all throughout the session was up their segment. I can sing i sing. Hey yell i can sing. I can sing so finally l jackson. Just want to. steve cropper. Who was kind of leading the session and he was like. Hey man you do me a favor. This motherfucker over here is just talking about i. Can sing can sing. And this guy's getting on my last nerves could you just. We got a little time left. Can you just humor this. Guide them on the microphone. Let them so. We can get the hell out of here. I got a gig tonight over at the plantation in my other job so i just don't have time to be listened to this guy talking about. I think. Just go ahead and do that for me. So they look for otis oldest.

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"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"That the the he's working on chaining gang That's dedication again. Sam cooke otis redding fifty seventh and fifty third year today the passing of two of the greatest legendary performance talking about them in just a little bit but right now speaking about was going down in the nba season starts in two weeks day on that is right around the corner and james harden still monsanto. Houston he's making it known. In many different ways he plagued card man play the empowerment. Cardi didn't report to the center for the tobin. Nineteen testing until two days after the rockets held her first team practices. Pj tucker talkin about look. I'll ask. I'll answer any questions. Y'all wanted to about tj tug right on anything else about anybody else. Eric gordon i in answering these questions. Stephen silas their head coach coach. Like i got no updates man. I have no idea. He hadn't texts me. He hadn't called yet anything. Y'all are asked him. Or would you heard from james about james this that the other about james. I have no fucking idea. I've got i don't know about lebanon other guys fourteen other guys. How many how many players were in camp. I got them the worry about. I can't figuring out what's happening with. James harden right now so james harden is putting everybody in the organization was like. Hey we're not. We're not afraid to get uncomfortable. Well congratulations you're comfortable shave and took that as a challenge. Only oh you're gonna come at me like their after trae to brooklyn. Give me out of here. You're gonna come back with well. We we a scare abune uncomfortable. Okay all right. Challenge accepted Let me say. He didn't report for testing until tuesday so now he must have six consecutive negative tests before the nba could even allow them to practice with the team. We're talking about wednesday. Thursday friday saturday sunday monday. So we're going to be moving into next week before james harden and even eligible to go ahead and practice even if he had a change of heart he found jesus in this manner said i acquiesced to now go ahead and i'll be committed. Now do whatever this that and the other. He's still can't reunite to feel so good with teammates until later on next week. He missed the first practice. Because of covid nineteen protocols before stephen sales no idea haven't heard from him no communication. No nothin' so what was all of this. What was going on with james harden instead of him showing up for practice was he doing some individual work himself on his game. No what's he take them back and you know doing something to help them become better basketball player in the better team. Mate and following the guidelines set by the nba in terms of following covert regulations in terms of keeping that pandemic keeping that virus away from them new harden just to make sure that this wasn't a rumor posted pictures on instagram on his instagram over the weekend. The showed him attending rapper. Little babies birthday party in land without wearing a face mask though this man was in a club surrounded by multitudes of people nullity stupid motherfuckers are wearing a mask. He's sleep posted on instagram again. The nba requires player to quarantine at home the past week other than testing at team facilities individual workouts in essential activities. Such as grocery shopping. James harden is in atlanta party. And then he goes over the vegas and he continued the party. And james harden a pre existing condition. He has asthma was basically mean even more vulnerable to the to the virus and this fucking clouds out here up their partying and room full of people. This guy go to a baby shower and the idiot this rapid this idiot. Who's having this child. He's up there in a place in the condensed area with people's around. The by people would no masks. How fucking stupid responsible argue. Goodness gracious sakes alive. And james is right there so i i don't i don't know exactly. Basically he's a breach of contract. Basically he's telling the legal fuck themselves in terms of the required requirements that they have for this guy so unbelievable. After wednesday's practice the rockets remain uncertain about. Where'd clear to practice awaiting word from the nba about the appropriate nineteen protocols following the following hardest. Hold out from training camp so they don't know exactly what they're gonna do. They don't know if the nba's must've final they don't know the nba's say look you know we'll throw in terms of any punishment that you're gonna give for. What hardened did you know. I'm we're going to throw that to you guys. Because if the two of the rockets they ain't gonna do nothing you think they're going to do anything. Punish james harden for doing this think so the rockets owner tillman for t- that he's insisting on. Cnbc was talking about this. Is the team. Team has done nothing in terms of trying to trade him and he said that he's done nothing but gotten better in the off. Season in terms of his team is concerned adding his hope for harden to win a title in houston so as of right now from the owner. I don't know what the gm and coaches i don't know what type of And on what type of meetings around the type of conversations that are happening but tillman for titas talking about yeah and the offseason with the acquisition of john wall christian would and a couple of others. We've gotten ourselves better so yeah we're in a better position to win the title. This season last season. Tillman are you fucking serious. You're not even close. You think. John adams john wall christian would nice player. A good player john wall. We don't know what type of player he's gonna be. We know that he's not going to be the john wall that you're hoping that he's gonna be. You really think that that team in houston is better than the lakers is. Better than the nuggets is better than the jazz better than the clippers. You really think that really. You really think that they're better than up and coming memphis grizzlies team. You think that they're significantly better than phoenix. Now that the chris. Paul you really think that this is the squad. That's going to be able to bring james harden entitled james harden. That's gonna take a look at this team with john wall. Pj tucker kristen. Would eric gordon and be like all yell. Now we're ready to go. Watch lakers lebron. Ad fear you better fear us. Fear the beard in our in my and my background singers. Were roy ray to go. The houston hardens gonna be are gonna be shot the world of course mainly dumb. The man was born at night last night. What does this guy till for to talking about. So here's the thing that. I'm thinking about a windows role. The sports the podcast with your host window wallace. That's me but harden doing with this nonsense within going out the full acting responsible and why they act of acting a fool. i mean. look if you want to hold out if you want to express your disappointment and missed practice and missed the opening and misdemeanor and all that kind of stuff. I get that. I understand that but for you to go ahead and so irresponsibly in terms of going to clubs and going out without the you know violating the rules set forth by the nba concerning protocols for covid..

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"otis redding" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Otis Redding would be proud of that remake Black Crows rendition of Hard to Handle a New Jersey chime time is 8 47. Bob O'Brien. Mr. Saturday Night along with you. Your Knob is set to Bob and earlier several times. In fact, I've been talking about Halloween candy. What was your favorite when you were growing up and going trick or treating? How about you? Yeah. I want to tell you about the candy bar. What was your favorite when you were a kid going Trick or treating Babe Ruth and the clock Clark bar yet they still make those I think they still make baby. Yes, they do. I'm sure some trick or treater is getting those right now. Let's see what you're going to get on the roadways. We check in with New Jersey fast traffic above the issue on the Turnpike tonight, coming out of the car and truck claims his construction. There's going to be a north bound closure. For the Eastern Spur tonight shut down for the entire length from the Southern up to the northern mixing bowl. So all that traffic north of interchange 14 divers off onto the Western spur and just a reminder. You can't use north bound truck route one of nine either. Shut down for weekend repair work. So all lanes are being detoured between Dory Mosab and Jacoby Sam until six o'clock on Monday morning and again, I do see some folks hopping off the turnpike right now, from the outer roadway at 15. He so again, you will be detoured onto the Remus have at that spot. It looks like you're still pretty busy and Elizabeth. They've gotta crash on Almora have yet to be cleared away by Jersey F and we're finally thinning out of the Outerbridge crossing. They had a stolen vehicle peeled away near the span. It's still about a five minute slowdown but improving Otherwise, your crossings look pretty good. We're still delay free and construction free. It looks like the George Holland Tunnel. No more than five minutes. Light traffic every 15 minutes. The next report 903. I'm Jeff from under Jersey one of 1.5, Old Jersey all the time said to hear everybody's opinion. New Jersey one A 1.5.

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"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

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"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

"The love and Peace Festival a supposed. Three Day love fest. It was more like Altima Redux a wannabe woodstock music festival taken hostage by Hells Angels. Biblical weather anarchic bands. Now fire the sixties dream of peace and love may have died at the rolling stones infamous Almonte Speedway show the year before a disaster show that resulted in the death of an eighteen year old fan but on September. Six nineteen seventy. It's remains were burned on the island off the coast of northern Germany. A funeral pyre for any remaining notions of idealism. Fuck it all. Nihilism was here to light the match and fan the flames and its name. Was Tom Stein. Sherman Tone Stein Shearman the German anarchist band playing their first major show were on the stage and providing a soundtrack from afar as Jimmy and his bandmates pieced out they launched into a song whose title translated into destroy. What destroys you? And the sides of the stage started to smolder and then the flames peaked out all red and orange. You can literally see the heat. Rising off the stage monitors in every last morsel of hope being suffocated it was all so catastrophically poetic. The stage was literally on fire flanking the stage were chairman bikers. Local hells angels. Who had been scaring the shit out of the crowds all day with firearms and threats. In General Mattis. Jimmy lit a cigarette and shook the match while staring at the bikers. Stone out of their minds on booze downers standing next to the flames wearing jeans. Jackets embroidered with swastikas. You say your mom ain't home. It Ain't my concern. Just don't play with me. Won't get burn. Jimmy Look Mitch and Billy sitting next to him helicopter. Their faces were a combination of fear relief. No one had anything to say. The phrase nicotine was used in moments like these. The love and Peace Festival was not about lover piece. The science at all pointed to something more ominous more dangerous during the three day event. I there were the hells angels. Hundreds of they descended on the island took over unlike Ultima. The angels hadn't been officially hired. They took control all the same. They robbed the box office at gunpoint. Wave their guns around kicked shoved yelled fucked up pupils cars up ended trailers took people's booze. The situation with the bikers got so bad. That festival organizers. Try to pay them to go away. Nat Plan didn't work out you. Would you me arrived on site as tour manager? Jerry stickle got whacked on the head with a to buy for the moment was eerily. Similar to Mick Jagger step down from the helicopter tomato was whacked upside the head by someone in the crowd was a bad omen. Storms came and went. The stage sat next to the Baltic Sea giant ways crash onto the stage. You make a bad situation worse. Sandy Denny kept getting shocked by the microphone the faces sly and the Family Stone Mungo Jerry canned heat and ginger Baker's airforce all played sets with varying degrees success. The whole Shebang was sponsored by the proprietor of a string of popular German sexual ups. Jimmy was on autopilot when he took the stage. Took puff something a two to something else at this point keeping even know what he was ingesting. It was all just routine. Cigarettes stuck to his lips. Blue handkerchief tied around his forehead. He flashed a peace sign in the face of destructive rain-soaked APP. How crowd cheered Jimmy. Ben Translation go home. I don't give a fuck if you to responded into the Mike non-issue Boon to spite the caddy retort. Jimmy's guitar failed to stay in tune throughout his set. Like didn't want to be there. There was revolt devil ships in sparking that after his left hand. Brutal just flounder restless noise as he sat comfortably in the helicopter. The scene below felt made up pretend some miniature puppet show reality bursting fantasies bubble. Jimmy thought back to woodstock and how in the blink of a year so much had changed for all its pros and cons woodstock. Remarkably had very few if any moments of violence civil unrest. Now you can hold one of these three day fest without the whole damn thing going how. He ascended higher and higher into the air. The Din of the COPTERS BLADE CYCLING THROUGH HIS HEAD. He was a man on a time out of place. A man in search of peace being airlifted from the site of chaos and unrest. A man wanted love albeit on frequently irresponsible terms fleeing a scene of hate. He didn't belong there. He felt like he was racing against the clock to find his true identity as performer to search the experience Gypsy Sun and Rainbows. Band of gypsys. The experience to time was slipping away. All of his recent performances were marred by out of tune. Guitars bad doses. Too many pills too much to drink not enough rest anarchists and stage fires in hells angels with guns. He was afraid that he was starting to hallucinate again. Seeing things that weren't there feeling things apart there. He knew what he saw. He just couldn't verify it was real or not when he got back to London. Something would crawl out of a hotel bathtub. Something that freaked them out. It made him question.

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"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

"First thing Jimi Hendrix remembered after blacking out was his face in he'd been on stage for eight minutes eight minutes then it was over his strategy stage floor-length balloons body follow. Gravity grabbed hold of his body and just get heart face. Meet hardwood straight down the greedy handful of sleeping pills. He had taken earlier that afternoon. Didn't WanNa let go. They hung off his eyelids sat. On top of his reign made it hard to close job drooled out of out of his mouth. He struggled to open. One of his is another with dust and dirt vibrating on the stage floor with each stop. Mitch Mitchell made on his base trump. You felt like a bull rider. Rode the beast for eight minutes. Before he was ceremoniously thrown off. He made it right. Shit bull riders went on for eight seconds ninety minutes by that logic he was a bull rider and then saw sixty seconds per minute beat minutes. He was a bull rider times over that logic. Workout right couple of guys that Jimmy didn't recognize roadies perhaps stagehands had picked up the SUMP dover body dragging him by the armpits on the stage. The bullfighter dressed in red being ushered to safety away from the bulk. Jimmy's case couldn't escape the bull. Moose inside him coursing through his veins. Four thousand strong in our House Denmark. Watching the show were shocked. But you be sudden departure in exactly how he'd departed. He was there he hit the deck was gone. Some in the audience seen their fair share of Shit shows. But this cake they were shocked with also pissed. Understandably may get a full refund. Jimmy hadn't slept for days. He was stuffed up stuck in that agonizing limbo state of catching a cold and coming down with something more serious in addition whatever. He was catching his head was full of stress. And worry the crack of Michael Jeffries. Bulwark the love child. The son quest the Tarot cards and Morocco the crushing feeling of imminent death the inability to feel like he had found what he was looking for that he had yet to become when he was supposed to be the nonstop touring. He didn't know where he'd been the day before. Never mind re be the next day. Michael Jeffrey Book. The stretch issues. The Isle of White Stockholm Denmark Copenhagen. Germany was next. The BILLS FOR ELECTRIC LADY. Land Studios were continuing to pile up the debts. Bode becoming Nadia and more worrisome. And they need cash. Jeffrey needed Jimmy to do his thing to do it. Well to collect that money move on the next day just a few days before Billy Cox been dosed that Steve. For the first time and had a rough trip he would ramble like a crazy person. Not Say God damn thing at the same time. There is a reason why so many people kept far away from LSD. And this was why because it wouldn't let some people go. It would become a part of you forever inside you just when you forgot it was there it will rear. Its dorm head for billy getting dosed with lead conspiracy theories anxiety and paranoia. Remnants refused to go away. It's horrifying watch. Guy was so grounded all over the place unclogged. Jimmy guided through helped him come down out to mcelhinney took a lot out of him. He's hanging on by a threat. Jimmy didn't know he could do it. She could go on right now. Being dragged off stage near lifeless by a couple of random do-gooders. He could barely assemble a complete thought in his head could barely sing. A couplet. Could really tell you where the fuck you was obviously couldn't hold a guitar. Gravity at won that battle. Kirsten nefer was waiting for Jimmy backstage. Our House he met with the Danish model during his stay at the Alawite Festival only a few days earlier like other women gravitated towards. Kirsten was someone he wanted to spend all of his spare time with talk. Hang meat up backstage and take their conversation somewhere more private. He gave her a tour schedule and arrange for her to be around. She was in the dressing room in our house before he took the stage. When you're taking all those pills was talking incoherently. His Paranoia was cranked up to eleven us. Taking a page from billy. Cox's book thought the response and his entourage. He was scared that Michael Jeffrey would rather see him dead. They continue down musical bath and he didn't team commercial. He was of two minds here and they're all wants get clear. The mob scene of dressing room then quickly changed his mind and asked them all to come back after the show. Kirsten Gut Jimmy back to his room at the Hotel Atlantic. Another woman was waiting there for but a turned out to be a journalist. Not Lover and born tow was waiting to interview for an article. She was writing for a Norwegian newspaper. He must letter in earlier. Maybe Jeffrey he couldn't be so sure. He threw himself on the couch clutching his head. Pounded felt like the way to the world could stop thinking about even the baby Diana and the baby and now billy was losing shit clearly Hughes Losing Shittu pills glasses clear liquid. He had knocked back told himself. It was just water to make himself feel better about it but if it really was water it was eighty fodder watered and burn like that. Going down the back of your throat. He had to keep his eyes closed. He'd be gone forever. Lights out yet reached the point of no return and he sat on it teetering. Just one. Lean away from being over into complete. Total Darcus Helmuth. To an existential void right here in a hotel room in Denmark. Jimmy unloaded on the journalists. He talked music and mortality quoted. Children's books went on about planets and stars and drugs. She talked about the death card that clervoy pulled on Morocco. I'm not sure a live to be twenty eight years old. He told her bluntly just months away from that particular milestone. What was the point of it all? It was literally in the cards. Jimi Hendrix is foretold death. What was the point of all this running around all this worrying? Why not just collapse onstage? Why not just close your eyes on a couch just a few days time? However Jimmy's wilt live with kickback. In a camp that basic human response to clear and present danger Jimmy would find himself in a helicopter narrowly avoiding wrath armed angry. Hells angels on a small German island. And he'd be glad he was alive. We'll be right back after this were were were. Today's episode is brought to you in part by Amazon photos. A lifetime photos can be a lot to organize on your phone from baby's first steps to first day of school holidays birthdays last year's vacation to celebrating. Mother's Day Amazon photos helps you backup. Organiz print and relive your memories. Amazon photos offers free unlimited full resolution. 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And get work. Done with Trello. You can work with your team wherever you are whether it's at home or in an office no matter what device you're using computer tablet or phone. Trello sinks across all of them so you can stay up to date on all the things your team cares about. Keep your workflow going from wherever you are with Trello try Trello for free and learn more at Trello DOT com. That's T. R. E. L. L. O. DOT COM trello DOT COM from a seat in the helicopter Jimi Hendrix watched the stage burn from above the Baltic Sea rose and fell angrily nearby and the wind howled. Rain missed ocean. Spray peppered the crowd with a bird's eye view the random assortment of parks hoods umbrellas. Intense collect below the crowd. Once seventy five thousand strong all appeared to be flanked by one impending disaster. Another despite the wet and wild weather stage caught fire. Jimmy had been on that stage just moments before the band ended their set with an extended Ruby. Chow slate return and then the stage hammers their flagging them. Down Arms Flam. He answered them down. The back of the stairs at the stage directed them to helicopter. The engines already fired out the blades making mental Jimmy. Mitch Mitchell Billy Cox were directed to the choppers open door. Mitch held onto the over sized top. That he was wearing senator wooden away. The excess of the handkerchief tied around Jimmy's forehead flap wild behind him the urgency in the moment help even if no one had given the band specific details. The hells angels were rushing stage. Fights were breaking out in the crowd who knew opinions coming is needed to get cow. Ride that chopper back to Hamburg..

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"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

"Mick Jagger cried out pain and shock and look down at his finger. He had pricked the end of it on a blade that he was using to slice up a small pile of cocaine on the kitchen counter. The white anthill coke sat there one. Little lump now dotted with flexible. Blood like food colorings flower. Nick was dressed in zoot. Suit got rings on Skinny knits. He held the tip of his cut finger with the opposite hand. Trying to stop the blood from flowing getting all over the black and white chick. You look ridiculous awesome. That is and now he felt was too bloody halley shouted and laughed at his unintentionally. Corny joke the other rolling stones loitering next to the kitchen laughed along. Keith Richards mumbled something. Incoherent handed his burning cigarettes or woman nearby. When in for the Co Pile Anyway Mick Jagger could pass off thought his little handed to lay the rest from achieving his mic. Astor abandoned something in this injured finger was the finger. He pointed when he waved in the air every night on stage when he told his other hand to his waist elbows stock at a forty five degree angle and wagged his finger around like an accusatory. Roosted he should ensure this no finger in rock and roll like district whose apartment was anyway who knew seniors. And what is Jagger? After due to get a band aid on his goddamn finger from across the kitch- Devon Wilson took the call she left her posted. Jimi Hendrix side and went straight to mix aid Devon Wilson. Tall intoxicating beautiful black supercrew. She was walking pharmacy. Drug Buddy bed buddy confidante and all mentors dope and sex to WHO's who of rockstars late six s since nineteen sixty seven an unshakable presence around. She was all she jesus friend. His lovers steeler has gopher his critic his weakness unapologetically jealous and possessive Devon. Wouldn't think twice about slipping a mickey to another girl talking to Jimmy. She played gatekeeper at the studio deciding. Who is in his out. Sit Down next to the engineer. To establish dominance never minced words with Jimmy when he played while she talent when he sucks. Let him know that he was on. Jimmy like white on Rice. Jimmy would quitter only pick back up again. Here comes Dolly Dagger of so heavy. GonNa make you stagger. She was undeniable force gale winds whenever she blew into. Jimmy's life waters rocky. Pretty Damn Fas- Throwing this party at a friend's apartment in Manhattan a celebration of Jimmy's twenty seventh birthday on the twenty seventh day of November. One thousand nine hundred sixty nine his golden birthday and now even on his golden birthday at a gathering of friends in his honour. Devon was going to assert that dominance go ahead show every show Jimi Hendrix. Who who's in control Devon pushed through the massive party people through the rolling stones with their cope noses and cigarette smoke Halos amid away. Right to Mick Jagger said she took Mick Jagger's injured hand in hers and slowly pulled the lips. She opened her mouth and guided mixed bleeding finger inside. She sucked up the blood as it continued to use. Made sure she looked up and down. The length of the should be insured digit to get every last trial. She did this. Her is cut straight through the bustle of party. Goers to Jimmy is met his Dolly dagger she drinks blood from jagged edge back when she was a hot faulk was devon playing at trying to be sexy trying to be provocative trying to fuck with them. Maybe she figured out that Jimmy was sweating. Marianne Faithfull mix currently and she was looking back at imprinting. Transgression perceived or real wasn't like Jimmy. Devon were exclusive and they were usually messed up on some Samak or coke. They had snorted whenever together anyway. Fought this noise Jimmy Acquit Devon. Before he could quit again she even make it easy for him to make the decision this time sucking on Mick Jagger's rock and roll finger. Jimmy's birthday party. Jimbo's adding in Devon could go fuck off the honky top woman. If she wanted to be hockey talk women go give someone else the Honky Tonk. Blues.

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"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club

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"otis redding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"otis redding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In rock music in the sixties the horns didn't really come in until later in the game and ambitiously with groups like blood sweat tears Chicago and so on but in Seoul an R. and B. music a little brass section was just consider to be part of the scenery it totally worked but the bass and drum driven up tempo gospel tinged songs that were put across with a lot of sweat and elbow grease by for example Otis Redding I can't turn you loose you know that wow and north yeah do not you'll hear from me Hey Noah change to what one and all do nothing to you hear from me please consider you should check I love see with someone new me then when hi the the some kids make out madam ma'am no may I known he seen when someone let me when hi some kids make cloud mom.

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

Nick Digilio

05:27 min | 3 years ago

Dionne Warwick Franklin, Detroit and Franklin discussed on Nick Digilio

"The Queen of soul has passed away. At seventy six she died yesterday She was. A once in a generation singer, it says here which is absolutely true she was the Queen. Of soul. But also ventured into and mastered virtually every style of music, from jazz to classical and rhythm and blues she passed away at her home in Detroit from pancreatic cancer according to the late singer's publicist, the singer was in and out of ill health for. Years last summer In Detroit she asked an audience to keep me in your prayers she. Had to take several breaks, during the show and appeared frail earlier. In the year she announced that she. Would cut back on her schedule two thousand ten she underwent surgery to remove. A tumor and cancelled six months of tour dates. Yet last year before performance of the Chicago theatre she told the Tribune I'm not quitting. And she, said she. Was working on new music with Stevie Wonder. Her musical contributions, were diverse ranging in. Tone from spiritual to gaudy her, singing style came from single source she practically grew up in the church and the emotional intensity and personal. Connection she nurtured there and the music never left her it. Informs her virtually every one of, her top seventy seven one hundred songs including Twenty-one number one Rb hits The thing many people don't understand about this change in my. Career is that I, never, left, the, church, Franklin, once told author David Ritz about, her transition, to secular music, in her late teens the church stays with me wherever I go wherever I sing critic Anthony halibut who has. Written extensively about Franklin's life and career over the decades. Has called the singer a pivotal figure in the way women and African Americans were perceived. In popular culture Franklin's role was such that such that a history of. Black America could well be divided into pre and post Aretha she won eighteen Grammy awards and was the first female artist inducted, into the rock and. Roll Hall of fame and that was in nineteen eighty-seven not only was her multi. Active measures soprano an instrument, of stunning beauty range in power but. Her piano playing often encounter points to. Her singing was Justice accomplish she influenced countless singers Whitney Houston Adele Patti LaBelle. Natalie Cole shock on Mariah Carey Luther Vandross Jennifer. Hudson Fantasia but her legend was forged not just on her ability to hit all the. Notes and, embellish them With establishing technical flourishes but also to convey emotion Nuance and deep feeling Her fame seemed destined she grew up in the household, of, the famed, preacher c l Franklin and was mentored by his friends who included gospel greats Mahalia Jackson Clara ward and Albertina Walker as a girl Franklin mesmerized congregations of her father's house of worship in Detroit. New Bethel Baptist church but her career. Was not without hardship Aretha Louise Franklin was. Born on March twenty fifth nineteen, forty. Two in Memphis Tennessee, second youngest of five children or family moved, to Buffalo New York and then to Detroit. Where her parents divorced her mother died when she was ten and. Because we're fathers travel she was primarily Ray reared by grandmother and has a teen Franklin was a soloist in her father's church and. Began recording gospel songs she dropped. Out of high school, she toured the gospel circuit singing in churches around the country was a hard life during which she learned firsthand about racism while traveling the back. Roads of the south the young singer also learned how to interact with an. Audience even at fourteen she was, in viewing the power, the power gospel song there is a fountain filled with blood with drama dread beyond her years in her Her late teens she, toured alongside the staple singers and Sammy Bryant was second Bill to her father the star preacher then much like the gospel circuit contemporaries such as. Sam Cooke David Ruffin and Dionne Warwick Franklin shifted to popular music with her. Father's blessing and moved to New, York at the age, of eighteen leaving her two young children in the care of her grandmother in Detroit She was wooed by Motown a small hometown. Label but it turned out but it certainly turned it down because it wasn't properly established yet and. Instead signed with. Columbia records there she was overseen by the legendary producer and talent scout John Hammond appears who saw her as an immense talent who shouldn't be wasted on pop triples trifles Hammond made a number of fine recordings with Franklin that bridge the world of gospel and jazz but Columbia grew impatient for hits in the. Orchestral embarrassments in choice of material that noise. Underlying strength her contract expired she moved. To Atlantic records and became under the Super Bowl supervision of Jerry Wexler who, admired, her, gospel recordings and. Wanted to update their field to a pop market Atlantic was an iron be juggernaut with a roster that included Wilson Pickett Otis Redding who was affiliated with Memphis based Stax label And. Wexler immediately paired Franklin with the muscle shoals rhythm section in Alabama a one night recording session in January of sixty seven yielded the landmark song I never loved a man the way I love you a smoldering performance that seemed to address Franklin's deteriorating relationship with her husband prevent husband Ted white Recording. In the south, during the height of the civil rights era proved overwhelming for Franklin however and she, left, the next. Day Wexler knocked out was knocked out by the performance came up with a, solution he would bring muscle shoals rhythm section to New York, where his price singer could be more comfortable. Another classic soon followed respect, a cover of reading song that Franklin transformed in, tandem with her sisters Carolyn and Erma the siblings call and response chemistry data to the, days

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