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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

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07:52 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Could have been my life. Well you have a painting that pretty well known of mickey mouse. It's pixel azam fan of disney as well. Yeah you know. I mean all of that. Wonderful adaptation including comic books from the sixties. When i grew it it's just still right under the top layer of skin for me. And you know right now. I'm working on a painting of the beatles. Which is my favorite band This painting and i painted them quite a few times. When this one happens to have a sixties cartoon comic book feel to it so you know it's It's been an ongoing thing. For the. I think god are being amused collectors magazine. And how a lot of our readers or beatles fans obviously not just for the records that they would collect because the beatles had a lot of pressings but the memorabilia and that would be that would hit home with them To collapse something. Like that. And i'll tell you a cool story. I don several years ago. I did a portrait of john lennon. Yes and Oh in fact you would. I spoke about this in Hold mine it's on. It's on your site to on your website correct right. Yeah so. I did. A painting of john lennon. i I have a friend photographer named allen tenenbaum who had done a lot of photography of jonah. Yoko Look right after double fantasy out and so much like the roddy paging. I used a selection of alum tannenbaums photographs and then maye a composite on levin painted it and And then by chance. I happen to to meet yoga at one point and i gave her a little postcard reproduction of the painting and she really liked it. That's very satisfying that sure moments to house. Yeah now lately. There's been a lot in the media of rock and roll musicians taking up other creative options like painting. I mean you know that you've been at you. Started painting before drumming. Now you have guys like ron wood of the stones paul stanley from kiss and others do talk with these fellow musicians about painting. Have you as a matter of fact. Paul's family and i have been for about thirty years and Paul was instrumental in in making a Introduction to wentworth gallery. The that's the gallery change back represent my work. They also represent paul's work. But paul was the one that they that introduction kind of to do that I've never met ryan. But i'm very well acquainted with his work and i think he's a wonderful painter and you know there's a bunch of us patch you know Tony bennett is a great turn. David bowie was a great painter There's a lot of musicians. Painters grace slick has been a very well established painter There's a bunch of us out there that do this You know but fall under that musician painter bledel. I just think it would be interesting. Cure the two musicians professional musicians but instead of talking music they start talking. You know our trade or art techniques and you're you're you're exactly right about that observation because you know it is met while i was in damn yankees are our friendship now and we were. We were texting last night about the beadle painting. I'm working on now our friendship now. It's about fine arts yes we. We rarely talk about music. He's also got a bunch of music friends. But i'm in a very small. Click up his patriots. Yes so do you guys talk about like what medium or what kind of pay because it's not just acrylic. It could be a certain type of acrylic paintbrushes off. All the time. That's we're we're we're constantly texting photons back and forth here's colorado's found and we'll check out this website you can get. It's been a fun friendship. That has that has blossomed. Now is really about this fine arts thing so and paul a very talented and incredibly successful patriots. He's like the main breadwinner went gallon. Right well listen. I really appreciate that. This all came together for gold mine and for you offering up. One of your reproductions and it's a great one ronnie van zandt and also it's gone you know for a great cause the money's gonna go to a great cause and I hope you keep in touch gold mine and tell us about your fab. Four painting that whenever it's done. I know almost finish finish. It gets released into the world. We should do another one of these phone. Absolutely thank you. Thank you so much michael. Thank you pass my goal. Thank you so much. We appreciate your time and thanks for getting involved in this great. 'cause we look forward to seeing how the auction does thank you for putting up your painting for auction a painting a reproduction of the painting of ronnie van zandt leonard skinner fans. All rock fans are gonna love this and if you're interested go to gold mine mag dot com slash collector dash resources and you could see right under the column there an interview with michael about the painting and we'll tell you where to bid will have the link you can also go to michael's website. Michael carta loni dot com. And also you could go to the cancer support community dot org website for more information about what the charity does. This is patrick. Prince editor signing off was seeing the next podcast. Don't forget to go to goal. My mag dot com exclusive content and a percentage off subscription price and go to books a million and barnes and noble for the latest print edition of gold. Mine will see you next time cheers. Hey it's mr kerrey host of the mistress kerry podcast right here on the pantheon podcast network. If you love rock music.

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Podcasts the platform of music podcasts. And this is editor patrick prince. We're honored to have as our guest might go kart. Alani and michael is the drummer for leonard skinner. Currently he has also been the drummer for damn yankees and except as well as other bands. Now michael is also fantastic fine artist painter and he has been since he was a child really and he has recently teamed up a gold mine and his favorite charity. The cancer support community cancer. Support community dot org to auction off aversion a reproduction of one of his paintings. It's a painting of the late. Ronnie van zandt the vocalist of leonard skinner. D- and as most of you know as many fans know ronnie died in the bands from his plane crash in nineteen seventy seven. Now you could go to goldmine mag dot com slash collector dash resources and see right there underneath an interview with michael about the painting and where to go to bid on the painting. And actually you could bid on the painting right now. The auction is set up. But it doesn't go officially live until march first and a runs from march first to march seventh. And as i said the money will go to the cancer support community but michael is going to fill us in on everything about the painting also talked to him about his past with painting how it got started and all the other different painting styles themes that. He's he's painted over the years and of course we're going to talk about his drumming to and we'll be right back with michael after this short message ronald with and this is patrick prints and together. We host the gold mine. Radio our the show that features the latest issue of gold mine the music collectors magazine tune in sunday at seven pm eastern time on radio dot com. We'll welcome michael to the podcast. How are you doing. I'm doing great. How are you. I said in the intro. How you teamed up go mine and your favorite charity. The cancer support community to auction off this version of your painting painting of the late ronnie van zandt and now maybe could tell us a few things why you chose the cancer support community as your charity of choice and why you decided to back when you start this painting why you decided to do a portrait of ronnie. Besides the obvious that you're the drummer. Leonard scared well..

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"This is patrick. Prince editor gold mine and welcome back to another episode of the gold mine. Podcasts the goldmine podcast is a proud member of the pantheon group of podcasts. Now you just heard a snippet of hawk win leading into this introduction and that is relevant because we have long time goldmine contributor dave thompson with us and he has a new book out which compiles everything you want to know about the ban honk wind. It's called encyclopaedia hawk india and gold. Mine just ran. An excerpt of the book. In the upcoming february issue subscribers should be getting it soon and select barnes and noble books. A million in record stores should have it at the beginning of the new year. So dave you're on the line how are you. I'm good thank you. how are you so. Please tell us when the book encyclopedia hawk. Wendy will officially be released and where readers can pick it up. Well i it's actually out now if you go to the website and Oh my god forgotten. I'll edit it in yet if you go to the website. Hawk wind encyclopedia dot wordpress dot com. That will be ordering details. That can i pick it up at barnes and noble or is it just this there's got to be two versions of the book. There is a deluxe paperback which weighs about three pounds saw stuffed with photographs and games and puzzles and things expect to find an encyclopedia That is available only online There will be a budget version. Some point in the new year program of spring which will not have the games and puzzles or pictures will be just the taxed and that will be available or whatever the price. Okay so what made you want to compile an write this encyclopedia encyclopedia hawk india. I wonder that sometimes well you were. You were in the mix right. I mean you grew up with these guys danya. You hung out with them. You knew lemme so that's got to be part of it. You already had a. You're already there. Ground zero. they always so about twelve hope with had always been around a lot of my friends like music industry friends. When i was when i was in my teens Pity like lemme make just people who i ran into seemed to get along with. They all had all queens connections which is perfect. Because i had all the records and just over the years i found i was writing about whole clinton probably as much as anyone else Maybe i did. But you know it's academic Had all this whole terrible. I had all these friends and have facebook People as well who had something to do with the band. And i'd also i'd love to do like a completely ridiculous over the top won't stuff whole quick book They always been one of those things that i need another time to do that. And i was always too busy at the beginning of this year. I just finished. I just finished working. We both grew on his autobiography. And i just finished a book about how i feel love is the greatest record ever made donna. Summer and my wife was sent from home for a few weeks because of knocked down cetera et cetera. So my plans are just sitting on the floor watching television playing records loudly. I couldn't really do that because she was working from home. And i felt you don't take oh better find something to do. I know i'll do my whole the book and six months later us seven months later i finally finished it back to work for five months. Well it'd be it's it's almost like a textbook. Say i know nothing about hawk win. And then you give me this encyclopedia and this is my entry point. I can learn everything i need to know about. Hall quinn and the joys of listening to haul quinn I know that i didn't know much about them. But i learned a lot since. I have the book Is this what you were thinking of when also when you were starting at to. Hopefully it's been around for fifty one years in that time. Yeah they've released however many albums. I three hundred albums of all the compilations and live albums. Just so much stuff out. There is always bugged me. That just the thought if i wanted to can't whole quit and lambert. I even stopped as you pick up the obvious albums. Everybody's ever huddle always heard of light in search space and space ritual and warrior on the edge of time delays. You go off to that. And so that was that was part of was always been on my mind. It'd be nice to do so the ultimate discography but then discography is boring to do but they into long they find the a page. But it's beyond that it's just yes so then i guess people are interesting as well and all the people they didn't work with have made their own records. Has anybody ever pulled together. No there's a lot of them. Yeah it's been like fifty people is the band. Over the years they've most of them have had a solo career surrounding even lemme. Even he went onto something else. It was a throwback in Then you meet people who in those bads and they had interesting side projects. As i could go as well i think just started growing. And growing his co. Somebody who was he was the drum tech full. Turn his baz and he said. Did i ever tell you about this band dogs in like oh yeah they would go in and it just grew and grew becoming sort of this old catholic month stuff. I was thinking you how big i thought the book would be but it ended up two hundred and fifty thousand words which is full of after the book with the pages as a six hundred pages and as i said it weighs three pounds. I think it's the heaviest book i've ever written even get in on Some how hawk when fans you know some of the terms they use or inside jokes or which. I love because.

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"This is patrick. Prince editor gold mine and this episode. We'll talk to. Michael kurtz the co founder of record store day. Michael talk about record store day black friday and as you know record store day also had three record drops. Instead of the annual fair in april due to the pandemic those record drops were august. September and october and will ask michael. How well those days went and also we'll talk about a new well actually came out in two thousand nineteen. It's our as the three mini turntable. That claes three inch records. And it's doing fairly well with collectors. The three inch records will be available on black. Friday will be johnny cash. I would assume that would be really popular with record collectors. But we'll find out more after this message when we talk to. Michael kurtz of record store day. he i'm ronald web. And this is patrick. Prints and together we host the gold mine radio our the show that features the latest issue of gold mine music collectors magazine. Tune-in sunday at seven pm eastern time on cygnus radio dot com. Hey michael podcast episode. And i'll making us quick and painless was possible worries. How did the or ssd drops go. August september october. How do they do this year. All things considering fantastic we build one to our knowledge got sick or at any Medical issues come out of participating record store day and you know we set it up so somebody could neither do draw or inland online online business. After one o'clock eastern time Says somebody's they needed to be shut down entirely. They could still participate so we did everything we could to make it safe and it worked in. We actually exceeded compared to three drops sales to register day. Last year we exceeded a record store dated by a large percentage and With plus titles neo ended up being very successful. Well if i give you my personal feedback. I loved it. I mean every month having a record store day dan. i don't know if ever be repeated but having an ever every month really went beyond my expectations. I was Able to buy. I bought more than i would on the annual j. in Got me excited every month. So in a weird way it really worked in we. We were confident with but it ended up working for those reasons. It's very likely that will continue it because it's extremely stressful on the stores To to go through that You know three times in a row. It's just it's just too much So they've been very clear about that too can't do that. I mean the glad it all worked out it was the right thing to do during an a pandemic but we want to hard well when we talked to record stores. Obviously you talked to them all all the time more than we do. But we out that some stores have done better than expected during the pandemic especially if they already had mail order websites. You know It seems like the stores that didn't seem to do well where the is just getting off the ground or without a separate way of commerce Like like a website Did you find that same sort of thing. You know in a crisis in this it led to a lot of stores expanding the business by working on line on the different platforms egos in a really good partner believe it or not in insurance urge discouraged minimize. Scalping practice today really but also in doing promotions just the worst helping out the word out. Positional guys also could partner Then towards the doing like shop on facebook page there's been a lot of innovation so able them to to sell more You know a fortunately a lot of it is used product because the majors majors not making records lay a and So that's problematic but so far so good. This year was a very strong year for most scored. I think that those three drops came at the right time. They really helped record stores. More than you'll find out the figures soon but i really think they helped a lot of record stores at the right time. Yeah link to the word. Wrap up. That was and just recently and it was record-breaking again over two million records sold over the three drops who were talking. You know somewhere around Averaging out the price per record in somewhere around thirty million dollars in sales which is near for record choice is very good. You know it was really positive caught. I'll send you. That makes him okay. Great well as we were talking about how record stores had to adjust this year. Some well was a bit of serendipity. I'll give a call out to cheap thrills in west. Virginia they have to stores and one has had a drive window which really helped them in these times. A covid I know a lot of people doing curbside. But just like you would a fast food place. People would placed order and drive up and get a lot of stories. I've heard about companies in innovative. Got an end. it ended up having fun with it. This and i think we will look back on this one day. You know like. I remember win. Seem like something that no one ever think about doing right. Nowadays and all the stores seem to be using the right protocol masks. Hand sanitizer Limited limiting the number of people in the stores at one time Do you find that to be mostly the case because you know the only issues we had was early on it kind of pain. There were some people who think their politics to the right spectrum or offenders that stores were asking him to do that of course now given the the situation worrying that was you got the right thing to do it was for. The intake is good for their employees and the stories. They deserve to the way that they can stay healthy. Everybody's done it across the board right. What the uptick of covert cases now. what are your expectations for this from black friday always earned every team that i'd like to be know have reasons to cheerful.

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"To go out there and plays live Oh my God I would definitely that. It would be insane. Be slipping out to be able to do this live. Once. He's a trade show called the NAMM SHOW The name show and played wasn't the Hendrix got some other stuff that we played in spent Iraq and it was just so much fun for me to get out there and just not think like basically you know but anyway hopefully, covert will pass by and maybe. Maybe, I'll be able to grow up here and do this one. That would be very good. Don't forget that I would be cool. Very cool. I would love to do I would tell you I'd be scared to death. Because it's like you know you can't. You know it's like you're gonNA put up or shut up. You know it's like it's live you gotta nail so it would it you know I would have to be I I would really have to own it and it would be cool. I was loved the challenge 'cause you know every guitar player in the world's GONNA stand there with their arms. Arms folded staring at you going yeah. What the Hell you do you know so it's like I I would have my work have been. Would have my work to do but how cool would that be? So that would be a lot of fun to do a lot of fun for hindrance fans. Yep, absolutely would be cool. Open up for somebody I mean just give me a couple of kids. Out there do you know just last? So? Who knows we'll see hopefully, we'll be able to do that this year that would be cool. I'll definitely keep my eyes open for that one. Well, thank you so much you and. I appreciate your time. Thank you man. Thanks Brian. Thank you Brian Bromberg. And thanks for all your love towards Jimi. Hendrix. This is a fantastic album Bromberg plays Hendrix and thank you for listening. This is Patrick Prince Editor Goal My magazine, he can go to goal my MAG dot com for additional exclusive content also get percentage off the subscription price of print and digital, and you can pick goldmine at the newsstand, a barnes and noble and books. A million will see the next podcast.

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

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06:40 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Ooh, that's a song snippet from Brian Bromberg Brian Bromberg, please hendrix album. Of course Hendrix fans will know the song. This is Patrick. Prince. Editor of Goldmine magazine, and this is the goal mine podcast. Proud part of the Pantheon Group of podcasts. And today is well, it's a sombre day as as this is the anniversary of the fiftieth anniversary. Jimi Hendrix passing my personal love for Hendrix goes deep by we're going to talk to a man whose love for Hendrix goes deeper and his jazz basis Brian. Bromberg ten years ago. Brian. Put out an album called Bromberg plays Hendrix the one you just heard a snippet song of. Attribute. It's attributed to the legendary guitars performing covers of his music, the instrumentals that have a prog rock or even hard rock type flavor to them and Bromberg does a fantastic job he. He did a fantastic job with this album. It's just him and a drummer but now he's rereleasing it because he remixed and remastered it with the powerful new track ABON ATTRAC- titled Simply Jimmy. Now Bromberg the reason why? While you have to hear it the reason why he does a fantastic job is like I said, it's just him in a drummer and not only is the traditional bay sound dominant throughout Brandon Plays Piccolo. Bass that represents lead guitar parts in a three hundred year old base for Acoustic backgrounds. There's even stand up bass for the mood. It's really remarkable. I never heard of the album when it was released. Ten years ago. But now through Mac Avenue Music Group like I said it is reissued. So let's hook up with Brian Bromberg to chat about the new album and of course, Jimi Hendrix Brian some interesting tidbits about Jimmy's life and as Brian knows many other jazz musicians, many older jazz musicians in the industry he has improved that Jimmy would have experimented with the Jazz John Rim self. So let's welcome Brian into the conversation. Hey Brian. So, the album plays Hendrix. Even though you released in two thousand ten. was there something about the production you thought it should be released again, remixed and remastered correct. Yeah I you know. I just want to good as they possibly can, and I knew I could do a better job you know and it's it's a really fun record its Arts in it. You know the plan is is really cool. It was just so much fun to do and I just wanted to sound. You know I just wanted to sell it as good as I knew I could make it. You know when I recorded it. I had a completely different rig in the technology has changed so much in ten years I mean it's just ridiculous how fast technology changes. So we were just able to make it sound a lot better from a digital standpoint with You know digital distortion and. Things like that that the human ear doesn't necessarily understand what it's hearing, but it's there. You hear it. You know even though you can't put your finger on it. So basically, it's It's like it's like a really dirty glasses. You can still see, but it's a it's a mess. You clean your glasses. It's like, oh, that's what that's supposed to look like you know basically I just took the I took the blanket off. You know you're cleaning up to sound better. How would you explain now for those who don't know the average listener the difference between remixed and remastered? Well, you do both every record you make you. You know you you have all the parts I mean. You know have car parts of based part. The the vocals singers to keep replaces whatever it is. You have all the parts that you mix them together. So everything is balanced and sounds like a band and. And then when that's when it's mixed, you then do the final stage which takes from that and visit the final Polish that you would do before you made your factor it or to release it it's just another set of issue and compression and You know it's like. You Wash your car and looks great. But then when you buffet and Polish it, it looks amazing. Right that's that's how I would say it just takes one more step up but you know these are really key important procedures that you go through because a good mix and a good mastering can really make record a bad mixing a bad Masri can destroy records It's even though it's the final stages, it's vitally important. In ways the most important thing because it takes, you know it. You know it. It takes what you did and just put it in the finest light. You can't you know. So I I I love that aspect. Of production because it's the final stages in our, you know it sounds like music you just want to Cassandra's good as you. Can. And you won't have as much punch in this much power. You know it's just it's just fun to. It's fun to do the final stage 'cause it's it's It's really powerful. It's amazing. What a little bit of each year. A little bit of compression does it's it's it's it's pretty amazing. The difference I mean night and day you know. Why didn't? I never heard the original two, thousand ten only heard a now quite impressed with the sound. So I didn't have anything to compare it to. What would be the? Bad. It's just you know. This, has just been. You know we did the best we could with what we had it. This is this is just warmer fatter louder rounder more air You know less knows less. It's just more space because the. digitals WANNA know ones, and zero's it's it's it's very unforgiving. It's like you hit a wall. You know there's no. Analogue is. Has No ceiling largest. It's just you know it's like it just it reproduces whatever it gets. Digital has a ceiling of frequencies and things like that, and you you need to work within the limits of hard. Binary math and turn it into something musical. That's why take sounds better. You know what vital records sound better because it's epilogue expat warm and lovely you know digital has been usually Ritalin pin is getting better..

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eyes or the best affordable items. You know Gosh they watch what's great about this. Touch against and and something that was really importance of bill on Suzanne and the family as well as. If they wanted you know he's connected everything everything to him as the same meaning almost like it was attached to every every single item, but they wanted items in the bill ones I been there for. The. The every day. Fan Right. Absolutely. You know like there's a you know I'm looking there. Still wine goats head soup ner. Yes. Three hundred dollars, right? Exactly. A novelty t shirts two to three hundred dollars a person is top four to six hundred dollars. So like you know like there's ice at every vintage vintage, best six to eight hundred dollars about three to three to five hundred dollars. assigned hotel bills getting sick the hotel del find seven, hundred dollars. So you know don't you know I think it's Susan good programs extol amazing. The other chance to look at on I did. Three amazing books of histories in this amazing box with gives you the impression that it looks like a five cabinet I'm glad you brought that up because you sell those and our readers could buy those correct. Absolutely tune of dollars. Yeah. And if it's Bill Wyman and it's like three drawers and each yes. But the state is actually catalog three day auctions and even if you couldn't afford to own anything in the actual auction itself you can buy the Kellogg and like bill you have it on his coffee table everything now is it would take everything from him. He has the memory pretty has the catalog, and if he's not he can open the hell out flip truest. The amazing items look think of all the stories look at the phonograph looking they're just you know like every so much less. Burdened something him now he's not insuring storing and worrying about something happening to you know his stuff that he saved for all these years. Ago Now it's. It's going to be dispersed all over the world here and joins options. There's the time this entire collection working together. This is GonNa be gone visible museums and fans and collectors, and there's GonNa be a dome women all over the world because the rolling stones I loved all over the world and. People having up. Now people have an opportunity to old something and you know very rarely the stop come up for auction, and then I've been doing options for years and it's very rare. The because warning stolen. Kept having the rest of the time if you care about I, keep finding even don't in virtue diving like the no came stick. Pins. All that is four of us, but this is an event where the fans can be engaged. I went to the rolling stones in nineteen, eighty, two in saint in July eighty two with my cousin she was crying because this is the last to the rolling stones. This is all during. The last chance. I was younger and I thought okay I'm going and I loved the lessons but I watched. Emotional about this because I really wasn't hadn't got to know the stone as well at that time. But she loved them and. That's What we're talking You know. What would thirty eight years? and. The storms are still going. Incredible and but also what the Navy now is to have all this collection ears and the joining his auctions told them to be the ones to. Represent this auction present this option, and we'll be responsible for dispersing each of these two people hold on to continue to appreciate them love them, enjoy them, and they'll take on a whole united. Agree, and he also collected vinyl too. I noticed that the stones first EP air which is that is pretty damn cool. Be have a fantastic final collection and you know vinyls last few years we seem violence. Joe So popular again and yes, that's a whole. That's a specific collector collects finance to have it all coming from one. Person Member of the warnings tool. So. Many great items. It's just it's it's incredible and we're seeing great interest already online people are looking and you know so many hundreds of thousands of people come to see the catalog see the auction online. So it's GonNa be really historic house right and sat on the Sunday I think it's GonNa. Be Great Fun filled and it's just rolling stone takes to continue enormous senior lions and cultural. So he'll join it's been around since the early sixties we've we've had so many crisis we've all. Survived. We're going to get through they. We're going to get through the election with President whatever happens happens, but we stood have music. We all went up music and now people have an opportunity to own something from the one of the greatest bands of all the time I completely agree it's always a pleasure talking to you and thanks for taking. Really appreciated and you know. I know readers are going to go and check out everything and I. Think you make a great point is if you don't win something which your bid, you can always by that catalogue, which is beautiful. So you know. Luke. Luke appreciate through covering this and. Hopefully, you'll be you going online to see the auction wars. And you'll be entertained for sure I know that. Yes. Absolutely. I'm I'm a big stones fan. Wow good for you and you know. Whether he ever had to be better, but I was. Interviewed him, but I have not met him in person but yes, he's A. Interesting. So modest and so numb. CELEB-. Owned remind them like. Like your opinion that you realize know but. Anyway thank you. Talk. com. Really appreciate you. Good luck. Thank you. Mark Laser on stay healthy and pay into Marin. Thanks Martin thanks for taking the time to talk to Goldmine magazine. This is Patrick Prince. Enter Goldman signing off don't forget to go to Gold Mine, DOT COM conflict exclusive exclusive interviews stuff that you won't find imprint, and if you want the print magazine, you can go on the newsstand and Barnes and noble and books a million and pick it up. Well, we'll see next time and don't forget to go to Julien's auctions to just look if you want at the property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive Julien's auctions dot com and in this auction will be live in Beverly Hills live Friday September eleventh Saturday September twelfth and Sunday September. Thirteenth.

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Welcome back to the goal line podcast. This is Patrick Prince Editor of Goldmine magazine. We're GONNA, be talking to Martin Nolan Executive Director Chief Financial, officer of Julien's auctions, and what's so cool about this episode as that, this weekend will be having a rolling stones auction coming up via Julian's, and it's a very cool one. It's presented property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive, and you'll. have everything from the vox amp that got basically got wyman the job in the stones. If you've if you've read a lot of stones history and and biographies, you'll know that this definitely this sort of Neil deal for him joining the stones they not only liked and wanted a bass player but they pills amp as well and it's also got Brian Jones Guitar that Bill Wyman had and. Martin's going to explain why that has a historical. That has historical significance. So right there you got to items that are huge and rolling stones history, but knowing Bill Wyman if you've read some of the books, he's put out, he's collected rolling Stones Memorabilia ephemera everything for years everything from ticket stubs to the highest historical item. So a lot of that is in here in this auction. So if you're one of buy high end, you buy high end but. You can also buy stuff for a few hundred dollars bid on that, and also if you do bid and don't get what you want, there is a beautiful you could even call them coffee table books, three of them that come together and catalog the entire auction. So you could buy that two Julien's auctions, dot com but right now we're going to talk to Martin and the auction will be live on Friday September eleventh Saturday twelve and Sunday September thirteenth. Let's talk to Martin all the details. Hey Marin how are you?.

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"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello this is Patrick Prince, editor of Goldmine Magazine, the Music Collectors magazine since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four, and also our website goal my mag dot com. Welcome back to the gold mine podcast a part of the Pantheon podcast network also known as the MTV podcasting. This episode will be real tree for record collectors specifically we have we will have a talk with creators of Film Documentary Vinyl Nation, and that would be Kevin Smoker and Christopher Boone the documentary. Vinyl nation was filmed Preko vid and the documentary is a dig into the resurgence of vinyl records also the diversification of vinyl fans and what this all means for America Today the discussion with Christopher and Kevin we'll get into vinyl pretty in depth and what went into making the making of this film through record stores record shows record pressing plants, record, collector testimonials, record store events, and a lot more also how this was all affected by Cova. And what happened on April? Eighteenth and nineteenth of this year on what would have been record store day's weekend a vinyl nations, directors and producers that'd be Kevin and Christopher. They partnered with record store day and two hundred independent record stores in about forty six states they offered the movie digitally for one weekend and one hundred percent of the proceeds..

"patrick prince" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What do I know just in the last enough we met in politics but better representation is the only way to make sure we men's issues get addressed your ego but okay was speaking to Rebecca Cassidy and there's a film version of that story on the struggle to get women's reproductive rights up the agenda in Japan on our website search for BBC with this history films and it really isn't just about the contraceptive pill the debate surrounding its legislation only in nineteen ninety nine shines a light on other aspects of Japanese society medical oy is the B. B. C.'s business correspondent in Tokyo and she's been telling me why she thinks it took so long for the pill to be accepted in Japan a lot of people argue that it's because there is a lot of men who run the country had a very I guess you have a distinct view about contraception but I had my personal experience so just introduce myself I need to destroy the when I was sixteen to study English and I started taking pills a couple of years later that was because basically I had an eating disorder and my parents stopped and the doctor said that it's better to be on a contraceptive pills so that you have it regularly and when I was back in Japan for a holiday I was out for lunch with one of my friends and I was taking that hell and she said oh isn't that like really young healthy and this friend of mine had two or three abortions by then so she was almost using an abortion as a as a contraceptive methods and I said I think it's healthier than having an abortion but she was still very unconvinced about that and I think it was almost a myth that taking contraceptive pill was unhealthy so even when it became legal a lot of women still had reluctance to take it with people outside Japan think of Japan they have the image of a very sophisticated and modern country of very advanced country technologically and yet the attitude towards the contraceptive pill seems to be if you like lagging behind that level of advancement well yes and no I think one of the policies that prime minister Shinzo Ave assaulted trying to encourage more women to get back to work after childbirth because a lot of women I think decided to quit work off there have in their first child ends I didn't think it was about gender equality I think it was the fact that the economy needed more women to whack but even then there is this traditional image of what women should be an even when they go back to work they still given that idea that you have to be a perfect mother you know and as a result a lot of mothers get up to stupid o'clock in the morning to make a lunch box for they kids and then you have to get ready and then you have to make their breakfast and obviously you go to work and then you come back and you have to cook their dinner and you know clean up and do all of that and you have to do everything perfectly otherwise you get somewhat stigmatized that well you know you're such a career women in your sacrificing your children for your career when it comes to men I would like to think and I have witnessed a lot of younger men have changed you know I've seen my cousins do a lot more housework than I've seen my father has done in his entire life but at the same time they still that you know you're so lucky to have very understanding husband who that's you woke and who helps you out with housework it's still that idea that it's predominantly the women's job and indeed the historical comparison between the regulatory policies taken by **** and the contraceptive pill are really striking in terms of the speed with which **** was approved and the length of time it took for the concept of bill to be approved and it does seem to speak to an historical attitude in Japan which is well frankly deeply sexist if you speak to people who have very traditional views their argument is that this is always being the wage upon Japanese families operated and that's why we should carry on but if you actually look at end of period one summer to handle you notice all others at the time a lot of women well lacking and it's only actually after the second World War when Japan's economy how to recover very quickly from that devastating loss from the second World War and your husband you fall the working twenty four seven as the office Souljah you know they work Japan has a notorious issue as a working and for the country's economy while women support the household if you look at how the household finances are on a lot of the times I think that eighty percent of household finances are controlled by the housewife and if you look at some of the global banking if gender equality into con Japon runs extremely lay but at the same time when people ask me all this not mean that you feel like we the oppressed and you're always judged and discriminated against no what about in the realm of democratic representation medicos in the in the press the rest will has is that a game the Japanese parliament is a very male dominated one yes that is it's when you look at the number of lawmakers know even on the national level but even local levels it's extremely rare to see a high profile female politicians it's called the because politics is almost like a family business in Japan said if you look at the current prime minister a lot of the ministers the fall those their grandfathers were a politician and you have that local support base so it's very difficult for newcomers to NHTSA they have been trying but the progress has been extremely slay that's medical or in Tokyo next the story of sex and bribery at the top of one of Europe's leading royal families in a series of explosive newspaper interviews released in December two thousand four shortly after his death prince Bandar called sought to form a queen Juliana of the Netherlands admitted to fathering two children with women other than his wife accepting million dollar bribes from the aircraft manufacturer located under string of other offense Mike Lansing has been speaking to one of the journalists who listened to the prince's confessions he was on December fourteenth two thousand and four that the scoop was splashed across the front page ages of the left wing daily ducks newspaper to folks concerned the pain she's built the paints spanked the prince's stats the prince speaks that pulls the headline in the newspaper and it was sold out immediately we had to re prints copies of the newspaper during the day the prince in question was prince Bernhard of the Netherlands husband and consort of the former Dutch queen Giuliana and father of the then reigning queen Patrick's prince Bernard had died just a few weeks earlier but in the years leading up to his death he's given hours in hours of intimate interviews to two of the folks guns top journalists and my name is young trump a no instead over you please and in those days I was part of the editing stuff of the folks comes he was back in the late nineteen nineties that Yan and his colleague on the paper Peter but which is came up with their ambitious idea to get an exclusive interview with a top personality who rarely spoke to the press first on the list was the pope but hardly surprisingly he declined and second on the list false prince Bernhard congratulations.

"patrick prince" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"patrick prince" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Needs in a single day if you're lucky there's no equivalent to that on the non profit side I actually think that the whole field of philanthropy needs a bit of a Sippy shake up because it's easy to get irritated by it you know like what what when people think of land to be they think of a rich person kind of on a whim the supporting someone who needs the money I'm kind of creating this nasty sort of dependency relationship why should they have the right to do that they shouldn't be the people who are shaping the future they should just be paying more in taxes and it's very it's it's it's very easy to get tainted by philanthropy as it is it's it's currently thought often and I think there's a lot of the legacy to criticisms of it but I think there's another way to look at it as a way of people using that creativity and generosity to do to do something for the future to do something to make the world a bit better what what else should people do with the money so that is not a part of in the bank account should they use it to destroy that children they want to help make about what they want to legacy they don't they don't want to be thought of as a as a sort of selfish mean person who's holding the fact is that it's hard to spend funds be ones that you can easily come in stock and so I think a lot of them are in this is our place of wishing to do more but not but not having the time to fully invest in it and not being quite sure how to do it Chris Anderson philanthropy can have its pitfalls even the gates foundation held up as the primary example of the latter P. done right has its critics bill and Melinda gates have donated more than thirty six billion dollars trying to alleviate poverty reduce hunger and preventable diseases while also investing in education programs in the U. S. but could the gate now what one hundred and six billion dollars have too much leverage Bill Gates was considered the most influential individual in education policy in a survey of two hundred American education experts some well health organization officials have complained that the gates foundation's dominance could stifle a diverse city of scientific viewpoints when it comes to malaria research but on the whole many agree medical research is an area of philanthropic spending which should be encouraged Sir how does scientists feel about their work being bankrolled by the super rich I caught up with Dr Christoph call a neuroscientist at the Allen institute in Seattle set up by the light pole island co founder of Microsoft Dr talk began by telling me about the work he's been doing now we work with neurosurgeons in the local area and Seattle in about once a week we get a little piece off human excise brain tissue but now this is a piece of plane the twenty minutes ago was in somebody's head and maybe contains the memory of the first kiss but we can all poker then studied and analyzed and that's extremely avail I think the type of research is being funded by the public hand which of course is still the vast majority right so ninety five percent plus of all the search on the planet faith is funded by by public institutions typically what's fun is what is what the majority of scientists at any given point in time find interesting that's okay but they always ideas that are out there with people early on a very skeptical that nobody believes and then you need somebody who believes in you is willing to push that and if you just go with the average opinion off the average scientist you I'm going to reach those sorts of spaces so I think you really want the diversity of funding well you have a diversity of with pull five what you sort of you do what most people think needs to be done because that probably needs to be done but then you also you'll find a few projects that may be more hi this but also with a potential much higher pay off Paul you know he never pretended that he was an expert he was interested in that he was fascinated in the vast complexity of biology fundamentally hidden he was a nerd you know like like many of us he wanted to understand how it works it wasn't it he said I've been intuition I think if this is what you should look you should do this particular technique and this particular type of plane and then I'll find you for that it wasn't at all like that so the the most interesting that's research arm that's funded by employer people such as Paul really where they go to the community I mean generally interested in this field but you have to tell me what are your challenges what are your pain points where can we make a difference Dr Christoph call making a difference leaving some kind of legacy is clearly a big motivating factor for much of the philanthropy we see today but is it also about creating legitimacy legitimizing an economic system that has somehow left a lucky handful of people the wealthiest one percent with almost half of the well if total wealth according to Credit Suisse back to professor rob right I think there is an attempt to do through philanthropy something that they can't do through the market place which is to make some sort of social acceptance or create the legitimacy for the creation of their great wealth in the first place and that's the classic line yes it might be unseemly that I have so much money it might represent them to you it's just a function of greed but look at the good that I'm doing with it and that's meant to buy you some social acceptance professor Robert Reich ending this edition of business daily produced by Sarah trainable let me know what you think about today's program I'm on Twitter at Viv newness business daily we'll be back again tomorrow the whole day in the field watch full now with the win the grass hello and now here on the BBC world service it's time for witness history with me Michael and Shane real life stories told by the people who were there today the explosive confessions of a European prince about his extramarital affairs he's illegitimate children and a multi million dollar bribe the pain she's dealt the paints spanked the prince's stats the prince speaks that pulls the headline in the newspaper he was on December fourteenth two thousand and four that the scoop was splashed across the front pages of the left wing daily ducks newspaper to folks commands and it was sold out immediately we had to re prints copies of the newspaper during the day the prince in question was prince Bernard of the Netherlands husband and consort of the former Dutch queen Giuliana and father of the then reigning queen Patrick's prince Bernard had died just a few weeks earlier but in the years leading up to his death he's given how was an hours of intimate interviews to two of the folks commands top journalists and my name is young trump I know instead over you please and in those days I was part of the editing stuff of the folks comes he was back in the late nineteen nineties that Yan and his colleague on the paper Peter but which is came up with their ambitious idea to get an exclusive interview with a top personality who rarely spoke to the press first on the list was the pope but hardly surprisingly he declined and second on the list false friends back in March congratulations.