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"patrick carney" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"Feuds and long simmering resentments between musicians. I'm Steve I'm Jordan and today we're going to talk about the white stripes versus the black keys and this rivalry really interesting to me because on the surface, it seems really simple. Seems like Jack. Why? Doesn't like the black key isn't think Nashville big enough for two Retro Rock Guitar and Drum Duos who have colors in their names you know. which is weird. Because I always thought jet-set sounded more like you know at least vocally, they are ripping off the white stripes and also you think that Jack Widened Dan Auerbach would have a lot to say to each other right throwing like Sonics record and crack open a beer but that's not the case. Yeah. I, wrote about this revelry my book your favorite band is killing me and it actually ended up being one of the more personal chapters because to me this is. Like a really good allegory for something that like I struggle with I, think a lot of other dudes struggle with which is like a forming adult male relationships like it can be really hard to do, and I feel like the inability of Jack White and our back to just get along cause really. But those two guys, Patrick Carney of course is also in the black keys and he's been involved in some way but I feel like it's really between like. Jack and Dan and you look at them on paper and you're like okay you live in the same town you're in the same profession. Their kids went to the same school or at least they did for a time and we're going to talk about data is episode as well. They both like Blues Rock I mean. This is like a lot of things these guys have in common and yet because of some mix of like mccheese Mo and like competition, they can't get carry. Yeah exactly. I. Guess I just want Jack, white and Dan Auerbach to be Bros. to show the rest of US brose. There's a funny little moment in the in the documentary. It might get loud when Jack's on his way to have a guitar throwdown with Jimmy Page and the edge and the director. Asks Jack. How do you think this is all going to go down and Jack of size and says. We'll probably have a fistfight. Right. He's he's I'm sure he's kidding on some level but on another level, I don't know that he is I feel like he's almost speaking for like dudes when confronted with having to meet new dudes for the first time like Oh maybe maybe we'll have a fight like. Steven. Like I'm surprised we didn't get into a fight and we first met which just so we're clear I'm the Jack White and the scenario I'm the old-timey Pale nerd and you're definitely Jimmy page. Why appreciate that analogy? Because I like Jimmy Page worship Satan. So you know I have in common, but that's for another episode. When we get into the background of the White Stripes and black keys feud let's.
"patrick carney" Discussed on Broken Record
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"patrick carney" Discussed on Broken Record
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"patrick carney" Discussed on Broken Record
"Cheapest boss made the news there. Hundreds of people out Front Front will turn. Wow Really upset it was such a bummer. Because it our intention was to do one advance. Do you know any manages sucks when it's a it's a weird fucking time out there because we kept the tickets cheap Could you do another show for all the people with the fake tickets. Fuck that I mean. Honestly fuck it. I mean like this is the problem I mean. We kept tickets at twenty five dollars. It was clearly stated on the tickets that they're non transferable and some people portrayed it sold on for eight hundred dollars six hundred dollars. That's a whole as a reason. Why are tickets and this concept this tour right now? The cheapest tickets like fifty bucks and the Galway all up to five hundred and the reason is because on the last tour we we kept much cheaper but they kept getting fucking scout and so we would go play the show the equal amount of money that we made was made by scalpers. Scalpers are making as much money as us by fucking the fans you know. There's a lot of issues with the music industry and the thing is is the person that actually has to the actually gets fucked. The most is the fan and artist. Which is ironic? Because it's that's it's the most direct naturally ship in the music business It was a it was amazing. The last night the energy was high. And how what's The a show like now. Once upon a time it was a two piece group. Yeah how what's the show like now. It's the two of US plus three other people. We have to guitars on a base and for the whole show I'll show yeah and We play from every record. You know I mean even when we were doing apiece records we were always overdone and I would always over over bass second guitars instead. Double up tar parts. It's cool as shit now how to be able to hear those old songs with like three guitars doing one riff. It's Muslim. It almost sounds more like the old records than we ever did. Which is kind of fun from the first album to now? What was the progression of the banned from your perspective? Will the on the I gotta understand that. This is not like a normal van. This is like not normal ban you know because like we started playing when we were sixteen and seventeen before we were a band you know and we were. We learned how to play together. So so. You've been playing together forever I ever. It's this is the first ban on it ever been. It's incredible well. I found the other day about six months ago. Probably the first jam we ever recorded. Wow It's on my phone I can play for and it was always recorded. Because that's what was it's so much. Fun was the recording part. That's what we were into pat out. The first time I ever saw four track was a pat's house. So the beginnings of the black keys were recording. And we got a record deal before we ever played a show. Just because we were making recordings and we send it to some labels and they gave us a deal like the the foundation. The ban is really that we grew up. We grew up four five houses from each other. Dan's a year older than me and our brothers really best friends. I'll older brothers younger. Your brothers but one point brothers like you guys should get together and jam ups get together and Jam and one day. Dan Broadest Qatar down to my house. And I had this drum set. 'cause I bought like all the instruments till you need to have a ban Hoping that people come on the house I could being a band playing guitar. Redan came down and just flakes started playing like Oh Shit Lake. I guess I'm playing drums this. He's so good at guitar. So what year was basis that would lead ninety six seven and we recorded. I think this is one of those materials here Of play the song. Please at six minutes on some the SNIPPET Six minutes I'm just GONNA go. I WANNA start. I'M GONNA start a minute in because there's probably this fucking.
"patrick carney" Discussed on World Cafe
"Just expensive Songwriting I remember driving to Nashville for the the first time in hearing a song there is a guide and I was like. Oh my God you know you can write whatever you want to write about here. And that's not the case in in pop at music in urban music you know. There's there's a formula cool talking to Jesse Wilson here on World Cafe. Debut album is phase. you know You wrote you wrote a really interesting. I think it was an article For French magazines I think as an interesting observation about audiences in the scene in Nashville In playing with your former band you noticed something about your crowds and that they were pretty white and southern Just I'm curious what it's been like. Last last year with your own Solo project you're out working playing with the black keys to two arenas and stuff like that. What have you observed what is is had things changed? Have you noticed any defense in. No I would say that like especially on this Black East tour that I'm on right now which is like a Dream Team. Come true to just be like on the same bill like wow but You know alternative. Rock audiences. Audiences are majority white Even on tour with someone like Gary Clark Junior. Even though he's a black male you you know blues rock soul Funk artists His audiences are at least ninety percent. White I I. Do you think that is really interesting. That you know you have this American music steeped very much so in the black experience in and somehow in two thousand nineteen two thousand twenty It's isolated from black listeners. I don't know if that's because of lack of You know I don't think it's because people don't like it. I think that people are not being exposed to. Aw Artists like Gary Clark junior myself leaarm bridges Brittany Howard because when I introduce people to these artists they freak week out. I mean I'm pretty Howard probably made. I mean in my estimation the best album of the year like her solo record as is utterly ridiculous. It's one one of my biggest. Inspirations being a black woman in rock music like I really credit her for just sort of inspiring me and giving me permission like doc that seed in my heart permission to do what I do. You know when you're a black woman Singing this type of music. People want to box you win. Unlike they will not say that it's rock music it's always R&B. It's always just because you know and I think that and having people like Britney sort of helped break those. Those walls down is just so important. Talking to Jesse Wilson here phase. Is the debut album one more to play for us. You're going to play. Clap your hands. Can you tell us a little bit about it a man I love this song so much like I love performing all of the songs but this is the one that really really when we're live and we have the audience and we can really sound off in like just crank it up. This is the one that really pulls people bowling and like I get to just while out and let it loose like a little banshee up there something like that. I just I love the song. Would you play for us. Yes awesome here. Three Gal Jesse Wilson on world cafe onto do you WanNa pay go back and let me tell you burn Show and unnoticed it. May We'll tell me tell me tryst it will in the music The Laura Yeah No you the That's clap your hands from Jesse Wilson Here performance for World Cafe. Her debut album is phase. It was a pleasure. Thank you so much for coming. I'm.
"patrick carney" Discussed on Assassinations
"July second eighteen eighty one thirty nine year old Charles Goto stared at the hulking body audio that laid before him motionless ghettos eyes were wide. He was surprised that he'd really done it. After weeks of stalking and planning he finally shots the president of the United States James Garfield smoke billowed from the barrel of the forty four caliber British bulldog in his hand he turned and saw Secretary of State James Blaine screaming seaming but for a few seconds all Charles could hear was his own heavy breathing and then chaos sudden realization came to him he needed to run. He pushed his way through the crowd of people running in every direction he could see the door in front of him just a few more steps and he'd be free then. He heard someone shout get him. All of a sudden a sharp pain ran through his neck and wrist. He was unable to keep running. A ticket agent had grabbed a hold of him. He called out here. Correa's officer. This is the man who shot the president. Charles watched as police officer Patrick Carney came running up and took him into custody he he tried to wiggle his way free but Kurnia was too strong. Charles stopped trying. He knew it was pointless. He turned to the officer and he said I want to go to jail..
"patrick carney" Discussed on KCBS All News
"On the annual reclaiming of an historic symbol. Patrick Carney is the founder of the pink triangle project keeper of the yards of canvas that transformed, the northeastern slope of twin peaks every pride weekend. Small tiny group of us crept up onto twin peaks and still the first ping triangle in the dark of night. So he wouldn't be arrested these days, the mayor in a big bam. Come out to celebrate the installation, the Carney, invited the consul general from Germany, where Nazis used the pink triangle to label and persecute gay people to remind the crowd that this symbol of pride is also a message from history, obvious that we have a resurgence in chauvinism and reaction. It is tendencies both in the US. And of course, in many European countries, including my own history tells us that the earlier, we stand up against defective contributing to that the better our chances to save what we fought for in the chiefs over the last fifty years in San Francisco, gentlemen, KCBS being a gay. Dad in today's world can have its ups and downs KCBS Kerry, who to sack reports on this pride weekend in San Francisco, where one dad is sharing his story. American families today can include all kinds of people children can have a mom and dad, two dads to moms or transgender. Parents Jeff Tillerson is one of those gay dads, who is redefining the meaning of family. It's just become more and more mainstream and you see it all over TV it's gone from being cider status to less outsider status. He's been married to his partner for over ten years and is now raising two kids in the city we have two children, any fifteen year old daughter and an eleven year old son. The joys of being a dad certainly outweigh the challenges, he says, but sometimes those struggles are hard to ignore. Fortunately, he says this country is becoming more accepting of LGBTQ people to really exciting for me to see that and to really see this generation where you interview, younger LGBT couple of state, they expect to have. Kids, many of them. It's a huge shift while he and his husband hoped to set a positive example, for their family. Jeff says he surprised his kids are actually teaching them, a thing or two about today's society. Ironically, I feel like my kids are way ahead of the curve in San Francisco. Carrie hodousek? KCBS..
"patrick carney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"What's smooth by Santana? Featuring rob Thomas was first released. The song went went on to win three Grammys in top charter twelve weeks. Ban on deal. Song. Yeah. I was just going to say that's time. Absolutely twenty years, two years. And that's a good point, Joe, because it was declared the second most successful salt, all time by billboard behind chubby checkers the twist, there's just something about it comes on. I crank it up. Well, it again, Joe you have some great insight, because rob Thomas who collaborated on the song, went on to say it wasn't until one summer day in New York City, when he realized it was a hit like I didn't even know it was going to be a single and I was standing on a like, West Broadway in broom or something like that. And, and this car of girls with, with the top down to stopped at the red light in front of me and they were blaring smooth and I called my wife cutting. I think they put it out on the radio. I think it's on the radio. Thank you. Thank josie. So they got on just like you did. And finally, I'm so glad these guys have new stuff out, and it is awesome. These guys have album. The new album from the black tees is outlets. Rock is. Yeah. It's good. It's not been playing music from it from the past few weeks. Have you? Yes. I've saw I was visiting. I'm terribly sorry, you're going to put the US. They're putting the playlist. I'm like I do with Tony in the morning anyway. Good stuff out there. Dan, Auerbach says the album is a return to the band's original sound, drummer Patrick Carney, said, quote, we took a simple approach and trimmed all the fat, like we used to. And it certainly sounds like all right. There you go. We had much more, but we're out of time. So there you're up to date with the music news. We have now NewsRadio eight forty W H S. Let's get a.
"patrick carney" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Plus streaming service on November twelfth it is set in an aftermath of the return of the Djeddai taking place five years after the rebellion victory premiered behind the scenes clips and some finished footage to attendees on Sunday at the Star Wars celebration in Chicago. It was the first time that details have been revealed about the show Dave Marcet, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM feud between Woody Allen and Amazon's being played out in court. The streaming services Allen broke his four movie deal with outside by a mouthing off about the metoo movement. Allen sued Amazon, February saying that company ended his contract last June. He six sixty eight million dollars. Allen's adopted daughter claims he molested her nineteen Ninety-two when she was seven on the birthday lists this morning. Drummer Patrick Carney is turning thirty nine today. He's one half of the rock duo known as the black keys is their new single released just last month called high low. Also blowing out the candles actor writer, Seth Rovan is thirty-seven actress in the Watson Twenty-nine WBZ news time, eight fifty three when searching where to locate your business village of Bedford park. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, I got the brush off again. I don't get it. Is there something wrong with the way I wave? Elbow wrist. Elbow wrist. Why won't that little Basset hound acknowledge me?.
"patrick carney" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New this morning and upscale complex in Kenya's capital is under attack. There's been a massive blast and heavy gunfire. Officials on scene say they are in the middle of a terrorist attack this complex in Nairobi includes a large hotel, banks and offices. Several vehicles are burning people are being rushed and carried from the scene. WBZ will continue to update that breaking story from Kenya. President Trump says he will never back down on his push for a wall between the US AmEx Icho this barrier. We'll stop illegal activity while directing lawful trade travel and commerce. Do our ports of entry the standoff with congressional Democrats has resulted in a partial government shutdown that is now twenty five days old to state lawmakers are working on a bipartisan proposal to have Massachusetts cover the salaries of some two thousand state coastguard workers state rep Patrick Carney of situated and Weymouth Senator Patrick O'Connor floating. The idea that. Would have the stay the freight for now with the federal government set to reimburse later the FDA will start cranking. Again, resuming its inspections of some high risk foods food inspections have been halted since the government shutdown and about forty percent of the FDA workforce has been furloughed food safety. Inspectors are coming back today without pay eight thirty two now it was fast food on the menu in Washington when the college football champion, Clemson Tigers visited the White House. President Trump says he ordered out for McDonald's. Wendy's and Burger King had paid for it himself. We have big Macs. With quarter Pounder switches, we have everything that I liked that you like. And I know no matter what we did. There's nothing you can have that's better than that. Right. All served on silver trays, Clemson blew out Alabama to win their second national championship in three seasons, quite the change coming for town employees in Braintree. They will not be allowed to use cell phones while operating town vehicles. The patriot ledger reports as part of an order issued last week by mayor Joseph Sullivan, the order sites distracted driving as a leading cause of motor vehicle incidents. The exception will be if there is an emergency. Call and coming up..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Some both. I'm just glad I learned that. I'm gonna let you guys go that. Yeah, no, thank you. Thank you for that information. Patrick Carney and and and best of luck and best wishes from all of us and really appreciate you joining while you've got such exciting stuff happening. Thank you. Have a good week. Oh, you too. I did not know about this Aerosmith video game. I literally I knew about Aerosmith. I think it's Aerosmith guitar hero, but they then. So they had like a shooter, first-person shooter game in arcades, I guess. Yeah, I think it was about the dangers of the road and all the risks that you encounter when you're out there being. Oh my God. It's the shoot things. Yeah. Did you have to shoot like like competing bands or like who are the villains? Yeah. Yeah, we're like songwriters, demanding credit for the, you know, like Desmond child when he says, actually, I wrote that. I think it was like shady promoters and like, oh my so some kind of weird revenge fantasy from the adult Stephen tire. That is so crazy. I spent several days Stephen tower he, he mentioned another kind of weaponry that actually I, that I, I'm not allowed to specify actually. He, let's say he does have self protective equipment. Check not enough. It was like that he was he was doing nunchucks with not. I just, I definitely would not mess. Even tower is what I did learn, but I had a good time with him, but he did not mention the machine guns. But anyway, so we're gonna talk a little bit more about this listed. I think we're gonna have a bunch of episodes devoted to it, but you know, in the even in the bottom ten, there's so much great stuff. There's this song Archie marry me by always and Simon wanna talk real fast about that because I think he he really pushed hard for this to be on the list. I did. I really advocated for this to be on our list, always are one of my favorite bands of the last decade. They are Canadian indie pop group. They build a LV a AS always, and they make this just sort of beautiful witty dreamy very catchy indepao up in the vein of kind of early balance of ashen. This song is is perfect. As far as I'm concerned, it ended up ranked at number ninety eight advantage. I would've placed it much higher, but I'm gonna wouldn't. What number specifically of the top hundreds of twenty percent. Thirteen number. Damn, dude, ugly, it's let's hear it. Let's hear that song..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And after that it was just like it was just like, it just wouldn't go away and we got a, I offered a place after. Now we gotta I, we got all this kind of stuff happening, and it was kind of the beginning of, I guess, of us actually breaking through. You know what I mean? This is straight almost happen that we almo- we didn't record initially and then to record it, we almost put on the record. And then once it came out we were told it wasn't gonna do shit. So it's like every time every time like someone, you know, it's funny. 'cause like you'll hear people like. Out enough used to work for Warner Brothers, whatever, kinda take some quite like the success or something that land your fucking because it's complete accident. No one knows that better than we were like dumb asses almost in that phone. And before you go, I know you got a lot going on like a lot, but is I got my first child on the way the any any moment. Now, any second, I didn't know if he wanted us to mention it, but yeah, congratulations, man. It's all the more. We're all the more grateful to have you in another. Another big arrival coming another breakthrough and obviously that's gonna take your for the near future. But I do want to ask. I've heard murmurings that you and Dan are talking about another keys project at the moment. Well, we, we've always find on the Hugh another lacquer. We'll do it at some point because we just we just burned out little bit of. It wasn't. It wasn't really. It was just we. It's so much time on the road over five year period that started becoming like the next time we make a record, like how do we avoid having spent two hundred twenty days every year away from our our houses. Yeah. Yeah. As soon as we figure that out. Sure. We'll make a record. Yeah, we'll do like a, we'll release like Aerosmith style video game. Are you familiar with video games? I remember the the journey arcade game, which was awesome. I knew there are k game before I knew the music, but I wasn't familiar with the Aerosmith one. Well, the heirs with game is like it's like, you know that the Terminator game for my early nineties where there's just a machine gun on one hundred percent. Yes. Yeah, that's the Aerosmith game as well. And you know what had little antidote just thing. We're put it out there. Sure. We Dan, I play the MTV movie wards I guess it was I, I don't know five, six or seven years ago and Johnny Depp like the whole thing was Johnny. Depp was gonna play guitar with us, and it was like, one of the things was like, okay, like I guess we'll do that. I'm Johnny Depp seem school to me like, you know why not why the last time we ever be on MTV right, pushing forty, and you know, it's really have much music on that station anymore. Whatever it was just did it and I'm glad we did because we got introduced the whole song. Johnny. We were influenced by Steven Tyler and Joe Carey right And then. then we go, we play the song afterwards, like we're standing outside behind the the Appleseed her in Los Angeles and like Dan, Johnny Depp, Joe Carey, even Tyler, and let me and everyone has all this like rocks are kind of accessories on and it's like in order Steven Tyler or actually, Johnny Depp has the most and even. You mean like knack necklaces and bracelets, doesn't scarves, right? Yeah. Yeah. And then you know, like a bracelet on one ring and then I have nothing like it's all in order odd man out, but then there's just this thing I've just started thinking about the video games and I'm looking at this is and then they start talking just Steven Tyler Perry, like, how are we going to get the stuff are out of Minnesota, and I'm just so nosy, like what would what? What? What's the show? Minnesota. The gab we've got who were playing the Minnesota state fair, and you have to get out. There's like, you know, just some stuff. What like get you this fly? It was like Joe Perry listening to who we tour with a God damn arsenal. He was like and grade Hendra machine. I was like, what? Yeah are are buses are loaded down with guns to. You can't where I'm country without weaponry, and I'm thinking like the fucking EROs. Videogame is a real life..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"Remember about the intro of this oncoming together Dan's melody, but it was. Good idea. You know, for main thing is the main thing about the song we got into it on maybe two minutes and twenty seconds long. And then the conversation moved into thing like we'd never had a song put on the radio. You know what I mean? So we like, oh, Brian is very catchy. I got it out, but like we couldn't just put another course on it. It would be annoying. So Brian that we used to do something like where the temple of drops and like it's almost like out trove slash bridge It's slash not just, just. you know, take the phone well, so I went into the live room and ban up of obeyed. I was laying the drums and team up with the b out tro and banking bay, fine. And then I came up with the little fill that connected to and it started kind of shaping up with the thing. You know, the interesting thing is like wall we were in a studio, thanking that I was kind of aware like this might be the poppy on the black have have made, you know, right. But I mean in our vocabularies were pop is much different than most people. I mean, that's hardly it's hardly having a pop song really. But it's interesting facts about that song. After we finished it, we spent two days coordinate writing it and we sent it off the Chad Blake who would mixing that record for them. Is every album two brothers for and we got a mixed back from Chad and and my both pretty uncomfortable with song just because brothers and was like, come about in purely kind of organic way where there was no coattails. Editing there's no. I don't know. It was an Alabama in like a hundred degree weather. I don't know. And we, we were to kind of concerned that like the energy of that song didn't fit. I'm how and, but damn damn muzzle little bit more so than I, I guess, but ended up the game time that was like early December. Then here we are now mid early February. I guess we had to get the sequence together and we had taken that song few weeks earlier and recorded a different version of it with the different ports in Akron, at the time, early February. Two thousand eleven that was going to be like we're gonna use the version from Akron, but I have my friend, Leon, Michael's come over to my apartment. We were hanging out in Manhattan and made them. Them everything that we had recorded for the next record. And the last song I played with tighten up. I don't know if we put this on their your complete idiot. Don't put that song under record, like whatever you're like, how long have you record every hardy? Like fifteen songs this cake one off and put it on, put it on his well more on. You know what? You're totally right. What are we thinking of Dan, right, right. Then we gotta put tighten up on record. He's like, whatever, whatever you want. Just stop texting me. It was like, I don't know. We just didn't know what was going on that plane, but it's weird. The song came out April first. It came out and initially we got somebody feedback from our has been or from the label or whatever that like, you know, some radio stations in the format or whatever. And to me, it's time it's just like, no spies. He'd never got anything on the radio before. I, I was surprised. I was more surprised when we came back from a European run. Civil to our mid July that of a, I guess. You haven't been to watch. It doesn't sound him. So nine years ago that we started making that record that those mid tenant come back from his tour and I get a call from our manager. John, he and you'd like, you know, I'm out like take number like twelve on alternative chart. So what what does that mean? They don't know. It's like. And like, I don't know. So I was like, I, I don't run out. We went out for two weeks ago by the dams. He's moved to Nashville. So I, I wanna move here to next thing. I know it's like October two thousand ten, Dan like books with Nashville unpacking the moving van. I wasn't doing that, but I was just arriving back after we find out that the song went to number one on the alternative charts..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And now we're going to talk to Patrick Carney of the black keys about their great song tighten up. That's also unlisted and armory we broke down has she kind of road that beat in made a very different song for the world. In this case, this is a very different song for the black keys. They were, you know, essentially a garage blues band, and they got together danger mouse and made something altogether different and transform their career. And I think we have Mr. Patrick Carney on the line right now, Patrick. Hey, how's it going? Hey, man. How are you? I'm well trying to quit smoking three days. It. It. I think we pick the wrong tied into document good. Thousand two, six. It's funny. We were saying that, so we just got, we just talked to armory about one thing and I don't know how clearly remember one thing, but the beat is not altogether different from the titan upbeat. I don't know if you agree that long has a mute. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah, yeah. Well, beat the tighten up that's started with them beat actually imam. We are because Dan, Dan, I was eight years ago almost to the day, started making our album brothers in in muscle, shoals, Alabama. And we spent like to let little bit less than two weeks. I'm there. Basically making song up day and recording it, and we got back for homes. I was over the New York Times down with stone, Ohio, and we took a while to get some rough mixes in and doing that quantum I was, I thought, maybe we should go back in the studio and like try to write one more song. So I called Dan and I called do dancer about, we've done that record. Brother just on our own. And Dan was the danger mouse. We met up in New York in early December with nothing. We actually promoting this, this hip hop record. The Dan I made called called black rock and we we're doing keep doing like Letterman and and whatever other TV. So I guess you do New York with Alan or whatever. And we were doing that. That's that performance afternoon in the evening. We went to the bunker Brooklyn record and at song started with drumbeat. It was me basically trying to play a crowd locks on Cam vitamin p type. But not a motoric beat like a different kind of different kind of being? Yeah, they're not like motorists. I'm in. It's just it's the beat from vitamin z. I don't even know what the hell this as time I heard Campos sixteen I was a, my uncle was a musician. I went to visit him in San Francisco. He had his records just lined up cost wall apartment and just incredible stuff. I'd never heard of. It was funny 'cause he was really excited about taking me to liba the record store. Know. I've never been to leave or record store nearly that thing. But after being department going amoeba kind of unimpressed. I was less impressed than me because I'm glad this curator record store bakery in-house. And one of the records played me with whatever can record is somebody of his like I can't even pronounce his. It's like e. g. bomb Yossi is there is out canned okra in Turkish. I serious real picture of a can of of oak. It isn't very, I'm Lee. Okay. Simon can translate Turkish for us. Tell us one other phrase in Turkish of it. That's. Uncovered. Sorry, continue battering. Well, I mean that that's the beginning of the story of the making that song started with that Trump and we've just started throwing a bunch of shit at the wall, you know, and actually, you know the the weird thing is that you know that track really should have been credited as co right with with Brian Burton, aka danger mounts, but we were so naive that we were like, oh, that's kind of what a producer does. Studio, and then you know the Carmona the commodity aspect that is like saying, I've gotten, we've paid our back to music working on songs and not getting the karma, not getting the credit, you know, right. And then you know, realize that shock it up too. So you young ban, not knowing what else went on whatever. But yeah, Bryan should have gotten credit because the entire array, the tire arrangement of this song have intro. We should ended for tempo change after you know, like two thirds into it. Thought of what's happened in the track was by totally. When let's let's hear tighten up from him and if we can..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"I don't even have to say again, again, it just just do it, but really just an awesome session sorting remember about, I hearing the beat the track. Was he still working on it when he when he brought it to you? Or did he say, hey, check this out? How? How did that all work? No. For the most part, it was. It was done. He had it on a demo tape wall. I think the tape. I don't even think we know what those now, but it was actually on tape. And yeah, that's the way he works. He actually the way which works she has to go into whole, he creates. And then he comes back and then you start tweaking thing. He worked on from there, but he's not a make it in front of me right now. Let's just found second. Fourth. As we go creator, he creates goes, finishes his thought, and then he comes and then then you you caught right after that, but he needs to finish his. He knows what he's working with. I and at first I was like woes crazy. I'm like, gogo, you know, very gone, not Vogel record, but the way that he sampled the the what he does and the way he moved, it gave it to the super gogo flavor which lives in him because he's in DC and that's where we met. So I just thought, whoa, and a lot happening in a lot happening and it's on. It's so different from what was on the. Radio. I mean, there's nothing that that sounded like that and there's nothing that sounds like that since honestly, when I liked it right away recorded we, we looked at each other, realize this is something you just never really know. You just never know how else going to like it. You just know how you feel about it and if you think it's if you've got something there, but that's the thing you just never know how it's going to be received and had a very mixed reception when we finished home to the to the label, Chris, how the, how the the melody and the sort of cadence and the lyric sort of came together because most of the phone refinished the bridge was kind of like empty if I remember correctly. So I like I went off and wrote the bridge on my own at another time we record everything. And then I went back and I reported the bridge later. So would would he have stars like, did he sing on the demo? Like who was you know what I mean? Like. He, he, he thinks the demos and I always liked that and and before later on, he would feel like, should I get a girl? The thing on the demos and I was like, no, I don't. I don't like to hear things. They sound very raw. It like things that what he's not a singer. So it's kind of like more of the idea of what is your sound like? And that gave me room to do my own interpretation of things. You know what I mean versus having someone who's polishing it because then it to me than it's the meant it already when you have rich singing that he's not a singer. And it's kind of funny when you get the general gist where he's going with it, then it's like, okay, I can interpret myself. Yeah, so that was that was really great. There's also a really cool little spoken word saying that you do in there with the breathing and the you know. Oh yeah, funny. 'cause those are the things like I said, the lot of lot of now I can. I can get those things really quick. Let me tell you sometimes just getting a. Yeah, that's us that does take longer than singing part. You know, you think you're saying yeah, but then when you start doing it more, you start getting more conscious like, yeah, yeah, yeah. It's like it's so long, but we had a great time yet up all recording, and I want to finish by talking about the the labels, crazy reaction to vote, but let's with no further, do what's actually hear some of one thing..
"patrick carney" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"And I think we have Omri on the on the air right now. Hi, welcome to the show. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks for having me. So we were just talking about the greatness of one thing, which is both on our current list of the greatest songs of the twentieth century is also on our previous lists of the great songs of the two thousands. You know, you have a lot of great songs and this is truly amazing song, and I just wanted to talk a little bit about the making of it. You claret a ton with rich Harrison in those days. Tell us about how that relationship worked and what you liked about his producing style? All that we eventually met because we had a mutual friend at the time he'd worked. He'd been had a couple of records that he placed marriage a Blige, I believe. And he was still kind of like a building his his own companies on his own vibe. And I was at the time I was at university and made a mutual friend and introduced us, and we ended up meeting and he played me some of his tracks. And I played in the music that I've been working on at the time with different people and just seeing some songs that I'd written and I dunno, I just probably there's definitely something there. We just got to work like a week later and most of what we ended up creating at the time ended up being the first album. And in fact, we, we actually went to once we got the quote, unquote, big record deal. Then we went to to this the quote, unquote, real studio, and. Saying everything and we did everything. He messed around with Trump a little bit. And then we realized, you know the separately records in the basement. Sounds like that that first time around and just had the magic to it. Let's just keep will be had. So a lot of the first albums, actually those records recorded in basement next to like washing machine and the dryer. Awesome. That stuff, you know, I always feel like I always love my love working with new producers, just unknown, unknown, unknown people who at the time probably say, I'm an aspiring producer or working in creating spaces. I never liked going to really big flossy glossy studios because I always felt like it was like a step away from just like the pure pureness of the creation. Like, you know, of course, anytime you're creating anything once you bring in like once you monetize it, it kind of like no matter how you look at it. It's always takes away a little purity. I mean, you can really try to come from a pure place for the back of your mind. You're still thinking, what do other people think when they hear it? What will they think? What are they expecting and even try to shut that out really hard. So I feel like when you're creating in what I call the lab and you're feeling like you're doing it for the first time. And it's just raw energy. I only comes out better that way totally. And with one thing, it was a little different because we were, we were in a big studio while it wasn't like the biggest studio in New York. We were in New York City. I just remember the session being like we, we had a large room, but the booth was small. So I like that there are a lot of welcome. Oli devito than ball. Like I was literally, even between takes. I'm kind of a glutton. Bad, like I couldn't. I couldn't wait. So and also kind of like my treat because rich rich is really tough in the studio, and now I produced myself a lot. So I'm glad that we went through that because I'm I'm tough myself as he was on me. And in the beginning I was like really starting. And I mean, we would just take and take and take a, yeah, yeah. Oh, like, oh, and he he doesn't. He didn't meet in a rude way, but it's just again again. No, no, no. He'll running. Joke would record. We had a really fast process recording, and I record like that now sometimes and you have to get used to it because I can sound rude. But because that's the way we worked and we were just like, really to the point, there's just like you just trying to get out much as you can in certain amount of time. That's why start engineering. Myself actually. Now to that way, it's just goes really fast..
"patrick carney" Discussed on The Russillo Show
"That's fine i'm not i'm not planning about that but what i'm saying is is that dude is being told all the rules and then he's also being told that he can't be offended by anything and he's he's kind of had it and that's what i think happened to you well i think at the end of the day man like of all things to be offended about it's like listen like you're you're associating may you're saying hypocr hypocrite 'cause you love men with you know you assume that i i'm offended by everything because of my political affiliation or something to get me back you're just doing the same thing which it's just it's it's crazy and of all the things to be offended about i mean you know sorry your kids not going to be you know the next michael jordan or you know probably odds are stacked against him and like i said you know as a white defensive end the nfl i've heard it all i mean you know listen for the last ten years it's been when i came in the league it was your your compas aaron kampman and patrick carney and colvin bausch and now it's a me ryan kerrigan and joey bosa who are all very different players mind you and reminds me of older joey bosa yeah yeah so so you know and i think for while there and generally in sports and we've had this like lamar jackson conversation about racial coding one on we we you know i covered this in a bleacher report article i believe it was where they asked me for my opinion on it.