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"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.
"otis redding" Discussed on 27 Club
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"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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"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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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
"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.
"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.
"otis redding" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"They're playing Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye as he's sort of northern dockers. Yeah. You know. And that was very surreal. And when I saw Harry Enfield playing Nelson Mandela probably in the last decade again, I thought, well, Harry has a funny. Remember, thinking, Harry M food has a funny take on Nelson Mandela. Why wouldn't he dress up like Nelson Mandela to do? And I remember thinking for us, and it seems it seems very naive thing to think in, in, in the modern day, but I remember thinking you know they're. There was a greediness to little Britain and show off. We were show offs in the we just wanted to play as many carrots as possible. So we play black white straight gay male female fat fin told short whatever, but I remember thinking I actually remember thinking this, which which which I don't think like this anymore, but I remember thinking when we're doing come fly with me, thinking, Britain is multicultural. That's a wonderful thing. We actually wouldn't be doing our job if we didn't reflect the multi-culture now. That's what I thought, then I don't think that any more. Sure, I think that anymore, I feel I believe I'm much more sympathetic with kind of a contemporary, reading of or a contemporary approach to doing things. So I would not play characters of other races now. And do you think that I can't I can't change what we did? The only thing I can say is because I do asked about this a lot. The only thing I can say is is that I definitely didn't ever do it within. Any ill intent ever. I never ever ever thought, wouldn't it be funny? If I play a person of this race. Now, sometimes in the execution of character. There was a crudeness, and I think the main example, I I've talked about in the past is we had a character in series three, I think of little Britain Tinton. He was a tie Bryden. Both David, and I as a rare thing where both David and I we used to go away a little break after a series of little Britain, and come up with some ideas and come together and we both had written down tie bride. Right. Right. So we'd both written that down. And I think what happens, so we're very it was like oh, we have to do this, and I think what happened is sometimes. When you playing lots of characters, you're doing everything you can't define them. Sometimes you only end up defining them in how different they are to the other characters. You're playing because you're playing some doing forty fifty sixty characters in a series or across three series. You've just got to think I've got I've pulled something out the bag. That makes this different to the other things. But I think the other thing that happened with that character. I remember really thinking in retrospect, is that wearing the statics one can become so buried under prostatic that when you go to give a performance, you're either really wouldn or really Hammy and sometimes you really of these aesthetics on, and you're so scared of nothing being seen, because you're buried underneath it that you end up giving a very big crude performance. And so, and I look at that. I think I don't think there's any truth in that performance. And I kind of I. I regret but, but in terms of the change of coach person when it came out, suddenly my memory of it is that this was a show that actually, so it was more likely to piss off right wing people than left people. Now it's a show that pisses off left people more than right wing people, which is it's interesting because the show hasn't changed the time has changed. But that is it is that was acceptable fifteen years ago. Say it definitely was acceptable at the time and I'll give you an example, when David played the transvestite the rubbish transvestite that felt to us like a very assertive queer, positively queer thing to do which is to go. We're playing transvestites. We're playing gay people in our show. You know, I, I was I didn't find publicly as gay and. I'd grown up on a diet of Mr..
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
"otis redding" Discussed on At Home With...
"Now. Really going your favorite them. I feel like they've named some of the ones I really like I don't know some of the classics trying to think of the Mike Michael Blair ones because he sings a lot of the classics who just just thought mccarroll so Starboy. Saying yeah, I read because it's really annoy me I just started. Speak into look. Christmas and keenum's going to sink through the gloves. Come in. See I I do like this one. That's in love actually, Otis Redding, Otis Redding, white Christmas. Right. That's a really good yet. His ration is really good. But yeah, I love a love cheesy classics. I love cheese. Classic. Oh, Mary's boy child. Jesus Christ love that one. Throws her for like cool kind of Christmas album is the peanuts Christmas album. That's really good. So you not pay us. Like the cartoon the American cartoon like a Christmas album is a bit like jazzy. It's really cool on monarchic friends come round, and we need to really honestly, very sleepy. Wouldn't have said they were cool. The new Arctic monkeys cool album from the peanuts. Mark's face right now looking. It was like a kid. Okay. Yeah. Coolest car to definitely check it out guys. Honestly, put on put it on after this. Okay. I feel satellite move on. Because I was so fun. I feel like we could have spike in about laugh for about two hours because you love top of the pops as one yet. No. I just wanna say now can we get your old karaoke? War is everyone's plans for this year. What's happening as I said we were going to host, but that's not happening more. So my mom's again, it's not we haven't gotten any like random people like every year. My mom tends to invite like someone Brandon when we're like, oh, God, my one year we. When she just plays Kennedy entire day. We were like. You surely britches swagger is very worried. When you marry up you have to like split Christmas. So we're doing our Birmingham Christmas before. Be there for a couple of days. And then we're heading home on Christmas Eve in case when east some because my mom is doing Christmas this year. She hasn't done Christmas for like out of she's Frazier show, host bless her. She can help enough hosting. So I said I'm like she struggles struggles when people trying to help. Yes, she's like me we don't like to admit that we need help with anything. So I'm like Ma Ma make the stuff in our make something getting for my sisters. I'm probably the new marriage. She level already it. I'm gonna have to must my way into help her out. Last Christmas without Omar. God pricey. President just because like from next year. I just went care about me. Oh. Oh. Jacob on second. This is your last Christmas by don't have to like watch Pepe pick on the TV. And by like a go pick. That ROY Moore is gonna like. How old company is like just re wrapping things they already have from being like Mary. Yes. Get so many presents like when they're little you just like they they like the box like waste I birth. What's the we will be? Different..
"otis redding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Leslie, Liam bridges and his band doing. If it feels good that it must be from his latest record. Good thing. Leon fat. Some Ben there so killer man, thank you for having the killer band. Thank you very much. The last time you run. I remember it was it was like on the release of the first single not even the row. So shortly after that, you must have had a realization that things were going to get pretty crazy for you man, for sure I mean, everything was a lot of stuff being thrown at me. And I was just having to just kind of go with the flow, you know, but definitely made me a stronger person. Let's talk about some of that stuff. That was being thrown at you. You're being called the new same cook. You're being called the new Otis Redding. How did the expectations around your music star to impact you, man? I think a lot of people held me to this standard of of being Sam Cooke, Otis Redding prototype. But honestly, like all those comparisons just kinda boxed me in. And so that. Inspired my shift with with the new album. Good thing. I see this record came out even the first single bad bad, bad, bad news, when that single came out of just took over my Instagram. It got so many positive reviews. People loved it so much that that must have been very rewarding to you for people to love this new record so much. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't know how people were going to respond to it. Considering that this.
"otis redding" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"It'd be like, if. If you regulate most says he Josh window, how you talk, you kinda sound country. Maybe like he's from Florida and you live in Nashville, but we, we wanna polish up and present this. It'd be uncomfortable for you. It wouldn't be real, wouldn't be organic and you're trying to be somebody that you're not you're best being who and what you are that's country to bone. So when you take somebody or a group of writers in trying to ride all these promo rollies talents and his all coming from the same place, do you, you've got to snuck in that dude's bad or Ben in his shoes of bene-. Nakao with him are getting a couple of not down, drag out fights with them to be able to write for that person as a character. So sometimes I think that's a big part of that is lost and you're trying to make something fit into a box. They don't belong. So let them come out at box and let them be whatever the hell a are. And that's the only reason I made it to the top. I think you were talking about it with on that Booker fill in from St.. You know to stone cold just or the ringmaster, whatever you know. And like I've always heard that cliche like this Unix are just, you know, your regular personality turned up in or whatever. So, and that's the way it is for me. You know, I I try to put on a show so on stage. But at the end of the day, like I'd rather just bullshit with the audience between songs and like they some script. I was reading some your background stuff. And I know when when he was a kid, he asked for federal at three and I think you've gotten the fiddle when you were eight, and then you were basically playing with adults at the age of twelve. I never met a three year old that wanted fennel. How in the hell did you wanna finish it? What was it three then? I don't know that my mom and I laugh about that the day, you know it really. There's no explanations that because my parents didn't listen to country music. My mom listened to, you know, like. Oldies radio, and my dad was the sole radio, and I grew up with Neil diamond and Otis Redding, you know. So. Where I knew what specifically I asked for now violin. Where why would a fiddle I'm on the a- than they just sort of, you know, free the, I don't think they took it very seriously, but once again, when I was eight, I think that figuring out that I, I'm minute, you know, when you started learn to put out you to classical instruction. Yeah, I started out taking school lessons. Just learn how to do it. You know Is that. that. Is the best way to learn how to do it proper and well, my little violence easier knew that I wanted to play fiddle so she would. God bless her. She was teach yourself these Middleton's and then each and to me after you know, we do the classical thing and then I get to learn Littleton. She really helped me out there. And then then I just started once I was able to just started teaching muscle on a do little stuff. I think I needed that classical instruction for the discipline and the the stuff. Yeah, man image just my you need a base. Same thing with the wrestling deal. You need a base and then you then you can kinda grow from there. But if you parents listen to Neil diamond and stuff like that, you know what kind of country music did you cut your teeth on that were definite influences on you?.
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
"otis redding" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"And apparently from the very beginning Otis, wanted those sounds of the waves and the seagulls at the beginning and Steve cropper thought it was a little bit cheesy, but he added it because that's what is wanted. What abused song Otis Redding sitting on the dock of the bay on sound opinions. Georgia. All for school. They. All look like, nothing's going on. So I'm just going to say that. Watching. Sit known up Dr. Leaks. The main thing. Do people. Mesh thing. And this law. Two. Wrong. Doc. Now I'm just going to sit at the play. And. Doc. Waged. Otis, Redding sitting on the dock of the bay. You're gonna have to work hard to top that. That's a great song. I'm gonna go completely the opposite way. Not even going to try to be try to be positive or uplifting with this song. It just one of the most disturbing songs ever written. I'm going to remind your see phobia. I didn't hear that at the beginning where you fessed up your rate of the water. Here you go. You know what are can be interesting the way the imagery is used. Take me to the river, Al green. It's, you know, it's about spiritual cleansing renewal. A lot of people associate bodies of water with this kind of sense of renewal, but it also can be a burial ground every mafia movie every seen the guys thrown into the river, right? I think PJ Harvey's tapping into that tradition with down by the water from her nineteen ninety five album to bring my love. The song seems to suggest an innocence was being lost here. It's not quite clear who's losing their innocence, but something bad is happening and you have to sort of read between the lines. What happened under that bridge? We still don't know the answer that question in this song. So she's combining a couple of traditions here that I was talking about the the spiritual renewal, the burial ground. Oh, help me. Jesus come through the storm. That's one of the lines in the song she's asking for God's help Jesus help in getting through this trauma. Oh that she's going through and I had to loser to do our harm is the very next two lines in the song and you're going, oh, we got a problem here. So she said t standing on the banks of this river much like odor is yeah, you know, observing something participating in something perhaps, but on the shore, looking into this river and she's begging these fish at the end of the song to bring back her purity in a way to bring back. My daughter to me, one of the interpretations is that there's a child killing child has been killed in his. Another interpretation is that she was abused as a child, the narrator of the song we're talking about this, come back to the river to seek some sort of redemption. So there's all sorts of interpretations. I've talked to poly about the song couple times because I'm endlessly fascinated by his not gonna tell you it's up to you is. Yeah. So anyway, PJ Harvey with Dan by the water on sound opinions. Jeez. Restall..
"otis redding" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She hit incredible fire mira is a south african soul singer steeped in the music of a wreath of franklin there was something freeing and by the way she sang her vocal ability and her expression was bursting with energy and she could be sexy she could be by sting she could be fined be soulful i loved it per struggles were relationship troubles her joys her sadness her heartbreak her feistiness she made it feel good and empowering to be a woman one added to his second single on atlantic aretha chairs to cover soul singer otis redding song respect except rather than cover it she completely transformed it upping the ante changing the writers voice from male to female not asking for respect but downright demanding it it will become a signature cheer later taking on new meaning the coming a civil rights and feminist anthem man if a read this gonna sing a song or if she was going to cover as dong in heads to be stumped and that was a timeless moral message of positive he i still feel that today as we live in this world with so many changes in so many people asking what's going on in politics and what's going on with this than that it boils down to one single thing respect if we could adversely affect each other then we can grow as humans of wine so i feel like she infused the song with all of it.
"otis redding" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"Gotaro audition but to save a wasted afternoon steve proper asks if maybe the goodlooking driver the valet has a song to same otis redding of course wants to sing of little richard imitation and they say no how about a ballard so steve cooper who is a guitar player sits down for piano and he asked otis what key wants to sing in a to says it doesn't matter he says just give me those church things and cropper admirably understands what he means by that that he wants to gospel progression in twelve eighttime and picks a key and starts to to to play in it and otis begins to sing a ballad called these arms of mine v r oh man i he some the song before but the temple was so slow that he can't rely on his little richard matters and instead what comes out is the voice that and we all know and everybody literally like in it like a hollywood script this sort of a moment stop steady in their tracks cropper says that the hair on his own stood on end but this is the moment at which otis redding becomes potus ready oh how murray laura the wear a coming up an american ethic is unfolding all around john goods otis redding story detroit is on fire martin luther king junior is condemning the war in vietnam and senator jean mccarthy is running for president against the war and lyndon johnson a national soul stirring this is open source thank you meghan.
"otis redding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Otis redding now take a listen to this batman now man grab yup the man fled sad small no no no van der waals now as faca fat back fast sad song by the way otis redding my guest is steve cropper steve you yuko wrote that song with odas to tell me a little bit about dinner and there's a i think a funny story about heller songs written here now we're in the motel on third street riding on different song and he heard horn parched for otis always heard one parche and he's given me the sound of a saxophone is gone i want fifa thoughts have i said hold reuter our said there might be asanin there as epa so if you listen to the songs that steve cropper kohl wrote without a shredding the lyrics are always about him and that's where that song came i keep saying and he said said song zhou said sounds is all i know songs are the songs are oldest thinking about himself is up you're seeing yeah it's hours wrote lurks without us and helped him finishes his ideas and and the lyrics ira or always about odors because otis was just to me bigger than life he was amazing and you talked about earlier how young he was he was young but i looked up at him as an older brother i didn't did not know we with the same age so voters were still alive he be the same age as me i think his birthday was in september man's in october tell me a little bit more about oddest like i notice from the like the mon monory pop recordings like i know oldest from from listening to his music you knew him as a person does not many people who who did tommy a little bit of a lot otis redding was like is just a guy well he was just different than most people in two ways one is.
"otis redding" Discussed on The Do List
"That's leon bridges where the artists appearing at the monterrey international pop festival on its fiftieth anniversary and bridges is doing a treaty to otis redding who electrified the crowd back in 19th sixty seven and some ways this is the most important to me at least a musical event for the summer of love anniversary because it made so many reputations of bans that were coming out of the bay area at monterey pop was also the prototype for the modern rock festival looked so great about monterey pop was that it made so many reputations jimi hendrix steve miller janez joplin and big brother in the holding company you know the festival made these people stars and a lot of the artist appearing in this year are going to be doing tributes to the great performers of fifty years ago so leon bridges who we just heard is channelling otis redding you know blues guitarist gary clark jr is going to be our jimi hendrix a few hours to returning to the festival to fill lash who performed with the grateful dead booker t jones who played with booker in the mg i love them and eric burden of the animals unification of this weekend to screamed the movie moderate pop and look for the otis redding section he's just riveting the monterey pop festival begins this afternoon and continues through sunday and the city of san francisco is putting on its own summeroflove concert in golden gate park at the conservatory of flowers with a free concert with members of the jefferson airplane the chambers brothers moon allison others plus allied show it's wednesday june 21st in golden gate park at the conservatory flowers.