18 Burst results for "Patsy Cline"

"patsy cline" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Popcast

"I mean, that's a fairly pivotal turn in Loretta's early arc, the moving to Nashville, Loretta's a mother of four children, I believe, when she first really starts taking off as a musician. And is doing what Mooney tells her to do. That is uncommon as you underscore. That is not common. But the frankness with which she would share that, obviously, sets a template for the type of records that she ended up becoming extremely well-known for making. Yeah, and I mean, she definitely did point to getting to know Patsy Cline as a pivotal thing in kind of freeing her up to write and sing and move professionally in a different way too. But I kind of look at all of this the way that she told her origin story, the way she wrote it the way she talked about it as, I mean, it's all kind of part of the Tapestry of how she told her whole backstory, her whole her whole mythology, her whole approach to autobiography because the whole thing throughout it all is that tension between emphasizing humble roots and that she never lost sight of that never never lost touch with where she came from, but also that she was. She was holding on to that, but also moving forward into the modern world at the same time. And I think when I look at her life and especially the way that she told and retold her story and refined her telling of her story, it's that new versions of new iterations of that tension playing out throughout it. So yeah, so when she says, this is how I got started. It's a way of saying, I came from the holler and never thought that I would leave and become a big country star. But I sure have the drive to do it. Like both of those things being true at the same time. Butcher holler. We have somehow we've made it 5 minutes in without saying the words butcher hollow.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

07:28 min | 5 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Cash. Welcome back to fresh air. Well, thank you, Terry. Tell me why you wanted to record this record. We'll get to the whole list in a second, but of all those songs on the list. Why this I see a heartbreak? It's kind of a perfectly constructed country song. And it was on the list. So that gave me permission. And it's embodies that longing that is in so much of country music. Really, really well. And beyond that, it takes a metaphor and carries it to the very end without breaking that narrative about the metaphor. Without becoming kitschy, which a lot of songs do. And that's kind of perfect to me. And it's also, it makes it a bit of a period piece because you don't hear many modern songs that do that. And there's also some language in it that's not modern. You know, when he says divine and my dear, these are kind of old school ways of talking. And I really enjoy that. So it was like stepping into a period piece. At the same time, it has the hallmark of every great song, which is that it transcends time. It has a timeless quality to it. And it feels very modern. It's amazing. The lyric was written by Hal David, who wrote the lyrics for so many Burt back rack songs. So he's not exactly mister country music. No, and you know, myself thought that Don Gibson had written it because he had the early definitive version of the song. And then found out that Hal David and Paul Hampton wrote it in New York, it was a huge surprise. Your father has a good recording of this. He does. You know, not being disloyal, but I have to say I still prefer the Don Gibson. And you know, my dad recorded his version with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on unchained. And he might have been a little too energized from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Now you have Bruce Springsteen singing with you on this one. Is he a friend? No, I couldn't call him a friend. I've met him a few times over the years, but it would be presumptuous to say he's a friend. Why'd you ask him to do it on this song? Because he's just a dream date, Terry. Hi, we knew we wanted to do a duet. So I did my part on sea of heartbreak. God, who's the perfect person to ask to sing on this song? Who's like the embodiment of American romantic male voice? Well, that would be Bruce Springsteen, so we asked him. And he said yes. He said, yes, I thought it was a 50 50 chance Bruce will do it. And then, you know, he knew the song. He got the concept of the list. He's so steeped in country music anyway, and roots music. So it was an easy thing for him, I think. So let's get the story of the list. Your album is called the list, and there's a story behind it. So would you tell the story? Yeah. When I was 18 years old, I went on the road with my dad after I graduated from high school, and we were riding on the tour bus one day, kind of rolling through the south. And he mentioned a song. We started talking about songs and he mentioned one, and I said, I don't know that one. And he mentioned another. I said, I don't know that one either, dad, and he became very alarmed. That I didn't know what he considered my own musical genealogy. And I was very steeped in pop and rock music, and I grew up in Southern California. So he spent the rest of the afternoon making a list for me, and at the end of the day he said this is your education. And across the top of the page, he wrote 100 essential country songs. The list might have been better titled 100 essential American songs because it was, it was very comprehensive. He covered every critical point in southern and American music. Early folk songs, protest songs, delta blue, southern gospel, early country music, Appalachian, everything that fed into modern country music was on that list. So his overview was really of a musicologist. But formed by his instincts, you know, and just the rhythm in his own blood. So I realized when he gave me the list at the age of 18 that this was an important document. And I said about learning these songs, but it took me, I think, until now to realize that he was really giving me himself a part of his heart and soul. When you say you went about learning those songs, did you get the sheet music or get the records? All I had to do is get my dad. 'cause he had them all at his fingertips. You could say, well, how does this one go? And he'd pick up a guitar and sing it to me. And then some I knew the records, you know, like I had known Ray Charles take these chains from my heart since childhood. I had known Patsy Cline. She's got you since childhood. Others, I found the records for. So you finally realized later in life that your father had given you a piece of himself and a piece of his own kind of genetic makeup when he gave you this list of a hundred songs. But when he gave you that list, did you immediately think thanks, dad, or was it more like thanks, dad? Like an 18 year old would do. No, you know, if he had given it to me even a couple years earlier, I might have said, oh yeah, I roll thanks, dad. But I wanted this. I wanted him. You know, my parents were divorced. I was just stalking in this great time with my dad who was clean and sober. So I wanted that experience of loving what he loved and learning about his life. Also, I was just starting to write songs. So this was a template for me. These are excellent songs. He wrote the list as a songwriter. So I had that template for great songwriting. It was exciting to me. Now do you still have that piece of paper that the list was on? I do. I found it again in 2008, 2005. When I was writing the narratives for my last record, it was black Cadillac, and I wrote narratives for the show, and I found the list in 2005, and I thought, well, this will make a nice subject for a narrative for the black Cadillac show. Never thinking anything more than that. And I wrote this narrative and it started when I was 18 years old. My dad gave me this list. Well, everybody started coming up to me saying, where's that list? When are you going to record that list? It became funny. So what did it do with a piece of paper now? Is it framed as it preserved? Where do you keep it? I keep it in my files. It's not framed. It's not, you know, I want to do the right thing with the actual list at some point, but I don't want to just publish it on the Internet or give it away yet. Partly because I want to do volume two. And I don't want anyone else to do volume

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"patsy cline" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Strip away and if I run down the list of collaborators in my stealing any thunder from what you want to talk about with this record? Now you grab that thunder. I'm just happy to be down in south Louisiana right now. Tell us who's on the record. Elvis Costello, Nickelodeon, at harcourt, I have a novel, Van Dyke park's members of the Texas tornadoes that the list keeps going. Very telling of how revered this man's music is. Tommy mcclain is one of the great voices of a sub genre called swamp pop, which came out of south Louisiana, kind of late 50s, early 60s. He was his biggest chart success came in 1966 with a cover of sweet dreams. You know it from Patsy Cline's version. But man, back in the day, truly if red velvet had a sound. It would have been Tommy maclean's voice. It was just a gorgeous instrument. The swamp pop was really popular in England, so Elvis Costello grew up listening to Tony McLean. And it was fellow Louisiana artists, CC adcock, who brought Tommy back from obscurity, brought him back into the recording studio after having discovered that Tommy had been writing songs quietly, all of these years while he'd just been playing lounges. While making this record, Tommy went through three hurricanes, his house burned down, and he had a major heart attack. But at 82 years old, I think his voice sounds just beautiful. And the selection of songs, you know, they're about being older, confronting death, but it's never maudlin never sentimental. It's just, wow, what a record. You know that Tanya Tucker song from a couple years ago bring my flowers now. Yeah. Exactly. I'm so glad that he was sort of refound and rediscovered and able to make this record because it's gorgeous. Absolutely. You know, oftentimes these elder records, these kind of elder comeback records as we might call them. This is a record where everything fits, I think. That's I ran down every dream by Tommy McLean, and that's the best music released in August 2022. Thanks to shot in Paris and powers, Stephen Thompson, Russ and the Russo, and da would Tyler amine. Thanks everybody. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks. Ron scalzo produced this episode. You can find the songs and albums we played in the show description or on NPR dot org slash all songs for impure music and all songs considered on Lars got rich. Thanks for listening up.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"He developed all kinds of artistic pursuits growing up in South Africa and then Canada but it was at an acting job in London where I had this epiphany where I was like I can do all these things I love Music theater fashion dance And decided that I was gonna do what I wanted to do my whole life which was the crooner and the country singer So he gathered up a collection of rhinestone suits began concealing his face with a signature fringed mask and took the name orville peck Your baby I'm on fire horrible peck has just released the final installment of his second full length album It's called Bronco When I spoke to him recently I asked him why country music Lets him be his truest self It's the genre of storytelling you know I mean they say country is three chords in the truth And for me you know someone like Dolly Parton was a big inspiration for me when I was little And she's the perfect example of someone who brings theater fashion abstract art storytelling into a world of really sincere songwriting And so I realized I could do exactly what I wanted to do and I had had all the tools on me the whole time and it just took me many years to jump out the plane and do it You drive real fast and I can tell that it's just not your lucky day I want to ask about your mask and I know that you get asked all the time about this mask that you never take off in public Does the mask kind of give you permission to be yourself more A 100% That's kind of the irony of my mask is that the idea that some people would have me being anonymous or the hiding something or not being sincere but it's funny 'cause the mask actually has allowed me to be the most vulnerable and the most sincere that I've ever been in my life I spend it all on my screen it really kind of freed me in a lot of ways Yeah Well you know I was struck when I was reading about you There's so much conversation when you're being interviewed about what you intentionally choose to reveal about yourself and what you don't want to reveal And one thing that you have revealed about yourself is that you are gay but you have said that that is one of the least interesting things about you Let me ask you why is being a gay man something that you did choose to reveal about yourself You know I've always been openly gay my whole life I've never thought of it as something that I had to hide or worry about you know like my insecurities are far deeper than me being gay All the time once I started to get some success I slowly started to realize that it was actually like a very important visibility for fans of country music who were also gay or queer or trans or actually just felt marginalized by anything But now it's funny because I totally take that on as like a very welcome responsibility that I know I have Bottleneck was more blue cheese Tells me we got something special now I say something what they see what do you think makes country a good fit for signs about queer love I mean I think it makes absolute total sense Listen when I was a kid I can vividly remember being probably about 13 or something like that And I had a cassette player Oh yeah And I remember I was listening to a Patsy Cline cassette And I dreaded going to school 'cause I was bullied so badly I had no friends and I was walking to school and I was listening to Patsy Cline's walking after midnight And I remember I just burst into tears because I remember thinking God this woman is singing the same way that I feel I woke up along the highway well that's just my way of saying I love you Country music is about loneliness heartbreak disappointment unrequited love I.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KGO 810

"Greatest music legends Whitney Houston is performing on stage at Harris in Las Vegas I know your eyebrows just went out because Whitney Houston died 9 years ago She's now a hologram and this live show has a four piece band and four dancers Whitney herself is a computer generated face digitally grafted on an actress whose serving as a body double She walks around the stage salutes the band and the crowd slinks and dances There are even wardrobe changes And their planning to take Whitney on tour in 2023 Some call this ghost slavery But if it proves commercially popular you can expect to see Elvis John Lennon Patsy Cline and you name it coming to a stage near you Love you Love it Yeah I missed Whitney but what I did get was the visit with my family and my niece's wedding celebration which was delayed by the way for a year and a half because of COVID one of the hundreds of thousands of brides and grooms who were forced to delay plans because of the pandemic And it was really kind of funny You know how in an ordinary wedding The wedding is often held in a church or some location and then the wedding party moves to a hotel or other catering venue often at another location And the wedding party then goes underway Well that's exactly what we did except it was separated not by a couple of miles between the church and the wedding party event It was separated by 18 months because the wedding was held quite a while ago with a big interruption due to COVID Alex was married in my brother Brad's her dad's backyard with just the immediate family and then the big party was held this past week So she was in her wedding dress and the wedding band was there and the catering and the speeches by the groom's best man and the father daughter first dance and all that kind of good stuff And it was like a time warp It was really kind of fun and funny all at the same time And then from there I went to New York where we awarded the luminaries awards I was one of the judges this year hosted by think adviser a major trade publication in the financial services field It's really kind of funny you know you know you're over the hill when instead of giving you an award they ask you to give the awards out to others So that's kind of how I was kind of feeling about that The luminary celebrated the leaders of the financial services industry 91 awards were given out over the course of the evening And I'm very happy to announce that Edelman financial engines received three of those awards for executive leadership diversity and inclusion and thought leadership and education which of course is very near and dear to my heart So we are very excited about receiving those awards the wards were determined by an independent panel of judges They were I think about a dozen of us and yes I recused myself for the awards that Edelman financial engines was under consideration for So here we are on Veterans Day weekend and I'm starting to see the deadlines in front of me as we approach our final broadcasts of the wreck Edelman show.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"With Wiz Khalifa. Oh, that makes perfect sense. And Bernie Sanders? Yeah, they're very similar. Yeah, well, scaly for 30 for Bernie Sanders. 80 years old this morning, Vermont Senator and failed presidential candidate Happy Birthday to Donna Webster. There are entirely too many birthdays in the alphabet in the calendar year. Also, Jonathan Taylor Thomas birthday. He was one of the kids on home improvement. He's now 40. J. T. T, and he turned out to be gay. And he was Simba. Lucky him, which I think was very offensive later on. Sure, it was fine at the time. But then later on a white guy playing a lion in a movie about Africa Real offensive whose dad was a black dude. Yeah, I don't get that one. But Pink is 42 Kennedy are our old friend who used to be an MTV VJ. Now she's on Fox News. I like her. She's 49 Kennedy School. Brooke Burke is 50 today. Yeah. Bernie Sanders. 80 mentioned him. Willie Tyler, the ventriloquist. I'll bet you've never heard of him. He's 81. I think as a brother, that's only black ventriloquist. Anybody ever members Liam? Yeah, I only know one ventriloquist. And that's it. What's his name? The guy with our command? Yeah. Jeff Dunham. Yeah. Yeah, He's good. No longer with us. Peter Sellers. What a name Peter Sellers. Uh, the Inspector yourself from the Pink Panther movies, and it's Pink's birthday. He was born on the state 1925 Patsy Cline, born in ST 1932. And Jimmy Rogers, the father of country music. It was born in 18 97 on this day, which is international literacy Day. Most people don't know what literacy means, though, so, yeah. Too bad it was wasted. Yeah, well, it's okay. It happens. You know, Reading is overrated. What? Just get the book on tape. That's what I do. There you go. Yeah, Absolutely. Um, Okay. Today in history brought to you by parfait parfait usa dot com. A fantastic place to go If you work in the energy base, you bet you and on this day in 15 Oh, four, Michelangelo's David was unveiled. And he was naked. Yeah, really Small by the way, things like 17 ft. Tall. What are you talking about? Small? No, the genitalia. Oh, yeah. And cold. Do you know why There's a reason why back in the day when that first came out in the 15 hundreds, Um, if you wanted to make a statue, it was believed that if a naked statue had large den Italia, you were depicting usually a political leader and suggesting that they had small brains because their genitals consumed so much of their thought process. I know this sounds weird, but it's not looking back on the history books about Renaissance art. And if you made the genital small, it meant the person was less concerned with their sexual ambitions and more concerned with intellectual thought. Well, that's still true today. Yeah, why is that? Is that what you think? I don't know. If it is, Billy. I don't know. Today in 16 36 trying to give you a plug. Hey, yeah, my wife said size doesn't matter Today in 16 36, the first college in America's established Harvard to you. And me, is what it was called. Haven't Harvard? Yeah, And it wasn't actually revealed that Yale was named after a famous slave trader. Well, we're not supposed to bring that up because it seems like it's one of those unfortunate things that people might want to correct about history, but they don't want to mess up with Yale. Yeah, but hang on a second. There's a lot of like uber liberal college professors at Yale who think we need to cancel other things because of their association with their stuff, But their thing I know they like being quote unquote Yale, right? But Elihu Yale was was a slave trader. He was a colonial. What was his first name? L I who a lot. Who ally her? Yeah. He served as the President of the East India Company. Oh, yeah. You know what They did, right? Yeah. He had boats. Yeah, and they don't know what they put on there. But they brought stuff to America. I can tell you what they put on those bones. No. You probably shouldn't know. I could tell you it was It was so in this day in history. Um Oh, it was people that didn't want to be transferred. I'm just saying it's time to cancel Yale Look fair is fair guys. It does seem fair if we had to take down that Statue of the Braille Rabbit at Disney World last week, certainly Yale University and actual slave trader associated with real racism. If the fake racist stuff has to go Sure. Get your point. All right. Thank you very much. Um, Today in 16 64 New Amsterdam became New York. Even old New York was once new Amsterdam. What the Indians used to call Mana Hatta hot tub. Yeah, and they traded it for like 20 bucks worth of beef. Still the greatest thing ever the Indians that supposedly got robbed by the White man because they sold Manhattan for $24 or whatever turns out They robbed the white man because they didn't own it in order to be able to sell it. It's like somebody sold you a house and you gave them money for it. Then you found out it wasn't their house. Yeah. Joke's on you. Ha ha! Exactly. Today in 1986 you remember where you were. That was to win. Nice for you. Or for when The Oprah Winfrey show was broadcast as a national daytime talk show for the first time. I am on this day that show us 35 years old today. It's not the same anymore and the theme song they actually got. They could have got anybody to do the theme song. They got Quincy Jones to do that theme song and it.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Feel that it comes from one plus one equals hundred that there's this multiply in fact when americans have different backgrounds in african americans. And scots are americans mixed heritage's the synergy is just massive and i'd never heard it put that way. In the way she express it one of the reasons. American music took over the world in the twentieth century. 'cause everybody can feel that it's a mix. It's a mix that the people the city fathers nashville who didn't even like country. Music definitely did not want taking place at something that the powers that be in america never wanted any part of in another thing that they bring up in this episode. I'd really never thought about before. Was the italian americanise Brian berlow wasn't italian record but his wife felice was sicilian and tell the story of how they would pitch their songs over these italian spaghetti dinners and as somebody from texas who grew up in places without good italian food at such a treat. You know to get a good italian food. And and the thought of these countries singers going in having probably their first ever homemade cecilia meal. And if you've ever had neo. Never pass up a chance to have a homemade cecilia meal. My god and of course it's hugs. Fill them up with red wine and spaghetti then head of with some excellent songs. So i like that too. 'cause you definitely don't think about italian americans as being a big part of the country mix right. You don't yeah and or or jewish either you. One of the big country. Songwriters of this period was a guy named side colder. Gambino yeah shel silverstein Later on who. I'm guessing i could be wrong about that. But yeah there's there's much. And of course. Kinky friedman comes along later is one of these guys but the whole mix. I've frequently thought. You know. You think about plato. Or whatever and and how plato would talk about how you know..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"This brief moment i and he sees that moment and he held up. Yeah yeah this. Interrelationship of elvis and and country is still a fraught relationship even away to handle it in this episode. Where they have to talk about elvis because you know he comes out of the country business and his impact on it was so huge but like like get Bill anderson to say you know at first we didn't know what to make of. She's doing a country. Song is doing an rb song. He's you know kinda alternate back and forth through the sunday. Then he does. Don't be cruel and he's gone. He's off being a popstar and johnny cash stayed with us and they caught somebody else saying that you know elvis was never really a country single. Johnny cash always was and and so. Yeah there's definitely could be a parallel universe where the two of them Flip places. But i wanna power last saw and then come back and talk a little more about loretta. Land because because There's a greg merle haggard quote. I wanna get to but what's your patsy clines faded love. This is bob wills songs that she recorded before she died it and come out until after her death this is. Patchy klein's faded love you. You can A that new remember and hours patsy kline to involve world's classic faded of and. Yeah that sweet dreams. Were the her posthumous single and just massive massive hits in anytime of star goes out on top like that has a new album a new single in the can. Of course it's gonna be a massive hit. But i think dogs have held up over time But i don't have so much to say about patsy. But her permanent loretta lynn. They tell the story of how loretta the classic i mean. This is the coal miners daughter story of you know very young girl. From butcher holler kentucky coal mining town. Who married john to to do little at age. Fourteen and you know in our may to era. That kind of stuff is really frowned on. It was not a bill back then and and yet she has out. Yeah and and they tell the story of how she she had the four kids quickly and and got hold of guitar and would forced the kids to sit there and listen to her sing in everything but i thought merle haggard put it really well when he said he's talking about her first single honky tonk girl that was financed by fan. Had seen her planning a tacoma washington honky-tonk and gets a single out. You know. Loretta and marilyn mooney famously. Barnstorm around radio stations. All over the country getting into play hired says she wanted out of that life she was in and she kind of saying her way out of prison and coming from brawl. I thought that was really insightful. Economic feminist take also. That was his story to. He sang his way out of prison. And it's i think that's one of the secret powers have country. Music is a way for poor people to sing their way. Out of the circumstances of their lives yield universal pam. Like you know build underground song. Her life was saved by rock and roll..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Yeah absolutely speaking role haggard. They bring him up because he alleged narrowly. Johnny plays saying in this period and merle haggard one of the prisoners who decides. I'm going to straighten my life out if i get this jail. I'm going to be singer. Like johnny cash. And it's a great way to tell. The johnny cash story is merle. Haggard was still alive when they made this so he could get on camera and talk about it and it's also that narrative thread it sets up for the next episode because merle is going to be a big part of it next week. And it's also that's kind of the magic of johnny cash because i know exactly what you're saying like his his rick rubin albums in the nineties and he played emas here in austin. I saw that show. You know just legendary stuff but definitely with there are people right. Now who say that. You know the rick rubin. Lp's kind of like weird sell out because they're trying to make them do like nine inch nails the payroll song like what. Hey where were you back in the sixties. When you like hanging out with like bob exactly you know. I had already even the fifties i mean and i because he was like probably one of the few countries singers the only country saying really of the fifty then use a phillips and then you didn't use a philip still on his rats and many wore all black nearby elsewhere like no multicolored crap. You know so. I mean in the context of nineteen fifty six. I can see how he could easily pass the rotten roll. We wound phone definitely. Hey porter and others. I mean really fit in with rockabilly all the way end. An elvis you know had later heads with things like kentucky. Rain be played a lot of jerry reed songs guitar and others and i think the country audience that elvis frankly soul from the country industry never left and country. People always lead alvis although he and colonel park were very careful to never market him as a country artist and and really limited the number of country songs. Hey could do. Because i take. That knew that his status as a pop musician was tenuous just because he was a cracker hillbilly redneck. You know from from the sticks and and came along and this one window of time when these young country guys because of their absorption of black these seemed so new and novel were obviously not backward hillbillies said that they were on the cutting edge and leading american culture..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The kingston trio were coming out and their song. Tom dooley won the grammy award for the country music performance of the year. Which i mean. If charlie rich was pissed about living john getting the award pill must've been pulling their teeth out on the kingston trio. You know but but it discusses show the music business. Didn't know what to make of folk yet because even though the the weavers who had the massive success in the early fifties. They got blacklisted. Pretty quickly and kind to me got lumped in with things. Like tony bennett. Doing cold cold heart or You know patti. Page's version of tennessee. Waltz is just part of that weird period where three chord country songs were a big part of the pop scene for a while and then that changed and the weavers get blacklisted. In and kept their appeal they kept call. Todd hanson Reunite do the big show at carnegie hall and in the kingston trio just explodes as this massive massive pop phenomenon. I have to think it was people who were college students in a life fifty so they they were kids. Who were buying records in. The weavers heyday in the early fifties and listening to johnny ray and buying. How much is that doggie in the window. And all that stuff. So it's not quite the pre rock and roll generation that was the kingston trio fan base. And they're kind of out. Think notice the kingston trio didn't really make transition rock now desert The beatles made a lot of things passe and the kingston. Trio's wanna yes. Yes whereas people like peter. Paul mary who come along a little later managed to keep having hits all the sixties although beverly go folk rock either other than their parody song slamming the mamas and the papas. But that's a Goes yeah yeah. They you know had leaving on a jet plane and all that kind of stuff. So let's hear another song. This is johnny cash stab at the story song genre. And this is johnny cash. Don't take your guns to town..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I was mentioning that these smooth background singers like the jordan heirs. Who must famous for backing up. Elvis presley menu recordings bosso. They need a curse singers. Who backed up a ton of records and those kind of fifty s coral background voices. This was a huge part of the whole mitch. Miller sound of the early fifties. A big part. You hear it on georgia gibbs records patti page records this. This was a signature. Pop sound of the fifties and not lived through the fifties. I still like that. Sound anything against us i. It doesn't bother me at all but a lot of people it really setzer teeth on edge. What's your take my take on a case by case basis you know I gotta i gotta be honest with you. Some labels did a better than others I think columbia and decca culture politics records a pretty good and i know some blasts meet say but Lefty for sale. The nineteen sixty four remake of as you've got money. I got time on on graced. Hit out so it'd be in stereo right you know. And it's got this kind of mitch miller singalong chorus behind. If you got the money. I got taught you noticed. Sounds really outland but kind of like you know kinda gives a you know gives a song new kit you know but why like no country probably coming up. I sound really technical here. So you have to pardon me but i like threes. I like the country director owen. Bradley just for decca and I guess it was don law. Who did the same kind of records for columbia is because they still had a kick. I mean might have had jordan whoever you know but also have like a steam electric guitar and also had hard backbeat because they kind of knew the have the rock girl kids right however shed atkins at. Rca was a lot more middle of the road He he he wasn't he wasn't rot. So much you know. So there are a lot of rough edges that were smoothed over and kind of missed you know and and i think you know i mean i mean just a mere fact that i mean i know. We're kind of getting ahead of ourselves. But i think waylon and will waylon jennings willie nelson those two artists to rugged individualists you know who they try to fit into into the into the rc..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Loretta. Lynn another one recorded just on the cost of her big explosion. Unread lannon patsy. Kline are two other central figures in the end it's totally appropriate because Absolutely patsies protege. They tell the story of how patsy kline took her under her weighing. Patsy kline was in the hospital recovering from a car crash on at skardu head so badly. Loretta was on ernest. Tubbs light not radio show broadcast here from his radio station across the alley rahman auditorium patsy kline. Here's in the hospital. Since her husband to bring loretta lynn back and meter and then just takes her under weighing and patsy clients have figure of course in in in coalminers daughter the book and the movie and very well known that she had a mentor. Protege relationship with the land very different performers loretta. Lynn is very very very country whereas patsy kline is both somebody who with walking after midnight kind of florida with rockabilly and then in her early sixties. Run on decca with owen bradley producing really epitomizes and probably the pinnacle of the nationals sound and the country politician vibe and choose covered female charlie rich you know. Oh yeah that's a good a good comparison 'cause voices so rich and she can do so many different things and right and patsy is kind of jimmy rogers or hank williams of this episode. She's another comment. Who's only in this episode. Because her life was cut short at thirty with the plane crash in that same like death was toes with that car wreck she had a year so maybe eighteen months before she died so maybe two two and a half years. But yeah it's it's it's poignant to me. I mean i'm certainly grew up. My big history is still go through these phases. Where she'd get down over some boyfriend dumping or whatever would really really get into the patsy kline and you know we grieve together a lot. My sister and i and and patsy kline was right up there with jim. Crow ci and the crowd together so you know. The end of that. Particular is is pointing. All they focused on hawkins as canada's center that and i guess that's because his widow jeannie shepherd is still alive and historian. Is he's kind of the big bopper of of the country version of the data music died. I mean he's the second or third guy in the car and the plane crash along with patsy and cowboy copa and he had his one hit released right before the plane crash. And he makes number one posthumously. Grace's story integrate singer. Another guy who. I went back and listen to a quite a few of his tunes after listens episode. Well worth it. I mean hawkins was one of those guys that should have made it sooner and as just fate and it was a heavy faye that he got on the plane with patsy kline after doing a benefit and kansas city. And that's where the whole country music was family thing because they were a whole bunch of performance went to kansas city to benefit for a dj..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And i just love that. I love vince. Gill talking about how proud country people were that ray charles charles had had taken their music and brought it to this. Massive audience need. He talked about right. Charles somebody yet to hang your hat on and for me personally this just sentimental like as a genetic cer- right charles is like my grandad or something. I mean i have those And there's this period of time anybody that's our age can remember. Rachel's is just there. I mean he was there on the tonight show. He was there on the griffin show. He was there on the tv specials he was just there and everybody lined up. You're born after a certain year. You know a great charles like you said he was always there. He was always like the father figure. You know you never thought you'd never known a world without and you never thought that ever be a world without he like you know he's he's terminal you know And it's also a couple of things you know regarding rate charles. It's like at a time when there were no black country singers and the civil rights bill had passed. You know and ray charles could even pee in the same john. Don gibson amazing nashville. Uh use stabs when we give a black man crops. I think that's beautiful was talking nubia. Yeah we the party is he was even i. I don't know if i've discussed this before. But now you take away from ray charles but a year before. Modern thousand cuts kutcher west. Music came out Bring bitten had l. p. Call something like your bowl we will. We saw yeah. You talked last episode. Yeah and arthur alexander. I was thinking about that too. He has a number of rb charts hits around the same period that are totally country songs and But man made no dent on the country market and it wasn't until the beatles. The rolling stones covers stuff that most white americans paid any mind to arthur alexander. Yeah it is. It is totally interesting. But i think the thing with charles was he was so big and that album in that single was just so big nobody. Nobody could ignore it. And you know. I like willie. Nelson's quote the right. Charles did more for a country than any other artist ever eight now and so i think just the magnitude of his success. I mean can you imagine what don gibson's royalty checks for on that now. I can't stop loving you. And so i think nashville has always responded to money. You know this kind of reminded me of something. You mentioned don gibson. This is so weird It's a little bit of diversion. But it hooks into what we're talking about just the same I was watching a documentary. About ray charles on pbs and one of the talking at One of the talking head. The interviewees were billy joel. And billy joel was talking about the same topic. We're talking about now there. Yeah yeah. I know exactly what you're talking about right. Yeah okay yes winning anyway. So you know. Drop the phone their excuse me but anyway What happened was billy joel's talked about. I can't stop loving you and it's you know evolution with from song to an arm. Be song you know. And he'd evidently never heard your original because he started going to this. Billy joel talking know. He said that. Because when i can't love he was a country song and originally sounded like he. Does this really terrible prime time. Tv you know. Andy griffith imitation of a country singer clamps thaw.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And the announcer one thing. I want to talk a little bit about bill. Monroe bean resistant to elvis's version of blue moon of kentucky. And they quote charlie daniels. Who's a young bluegrass. Partisan at the time is really being pissed off about the change in. I have no doubt that that was true. And charlie daniels obviously turned around and accepted the rock and roll. Marty stuart tells a story about how you know bill. Monroe was grumpy about it until he got royalty checks but after another places that bill monroe when he met elvis at the grand old opry immediately. Doug the four. Four version of blue moon of kentucky immediately taught his band how to play and quickly recorded his own version of it as four four rather than wall time songs. Kind of curious about that But it's it's a good way. I think to to to explain what sort of shock and resistance of elements of the country audience. Like they've got a bill. C malone the author of country music. usa his you know the shelby. Foote or sydney crouch of the series. The kind of brains behind that that kim burn jesus as his model and bill malone talks about seeing. Elvis opened up for for hank snow. Who is his favorite at. The time and hank had to cut his set short so i was could do a second set and bill malone was. This is the beginning of the end of the music. That i love so you know. A lot of people really recognize what was happening. They talk about you. Know the number of country radio stations went from like six hundred nineteen fifty four to less than eighty five by the end of the decade. So this just the devastation in the country marketplace. And there's not really anything else analogous to this. I mean obviously a lot of pop. Singers were displaced with the pop market. Itself was not heard. Our there was a generational shift. We talked before about how people like. Louis jordan were kind of left behind when the hard rb and rock and roll stuff came out but are wasn't displaced people like little richard just moved up to the pop charts and maintain their status in the rv world. Chuck berry another example also. It was called. They start the first song. They play his maybelline by chuck berry which is a country song. All the way into rewrite of bob wills version of the traditional either read. But they don't mention check by name but they do talk. You know when they when rachel section comes in because he nineteen sixty two. Has this massive massive pop success with his album. Modern sounds in country and western which wasn't marketed through the country marketplace it was marketed as a pop record but he made it up front. Modern sounds in country and western..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Patsy kline and the nashville sound. Email us at let it roll. Podcast gmail.com pop in those ear. Buds and enjoy it's role. I'm the host nate wilcox. I'm joined once again by james porter. Which means we're continuing. Our discussion of ken burns documentary series country music tonight. We're talking about country episode number four. I can't stop loving you. Nineteen fifty three to nineteen sixty. Three james welcome. Are you doing doing well. This is a big one. Rock and roll comes along and just blows a big. I'll hole in the side as a country. Ship scares country savage informative but they've outback this they do this. They do and burns starts with the funeral. Jimmy raw are not the funeral jimmy rogers but the twentieth anniversary of the death of jimmy rogers which was a big celebration in his hometown of meridian mississippi. Some twenty thousand people show up. The carter family reunites the original with. Apn sarah may bill. The monroe brothers bury the hatchet for one day to reunite for the show and to me it was like Reminder how near and time this era was to the beginning to country music all been twenty years since jimmy rodgers died and it only been a few weeks since the funeral of hank williams which drew a comparable crowd in alabama just before and they open episode with whispering bill anderson talking about how country is a family and we're brought together by hardship while law and doesn't really indicate why they're doing at until the end of the episode which ends in tragedy with the death of patsy kline hawk hawkins cowboy kobe the plane crash in march sixty three hours. Spoilers out there. I did know about patsy. What did you make the the weather structured this episode the expositions the different stories Beyond with you i mean. That's kind of. Ken burns wake reaper. Doing weird sucks for this. All drop syria and i hope. That's not a spoiler. But i think by the time they got around to this. I was kind of used to it. You know what. I mean.

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"patsy cline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A It's a, um, that the future is, um Well in question. We'll just say in question. Yeah, every congressional hearing About the riots. Bring back brings back painful memories. We'll stop having hearings about the riots. Let's have hearings about all the Democrat riots. There were hundreds of those thousands of injuries. Dozens killed untold numbers of businesses. Maybe the hearings. We could find out how many businesses you guys burned. How many businesses you guys loaded. You're still looting in broad daylight in New York City. You see that? What was it needless markup yesterday, Saks Fifth Avenue, which one wasn't went in and looted yesterday in broad daylight. Mobs of Democrats and you guys are shooting like hundreds of people just over the weekend. Killing scores and reporters are out covering that. Maybe you should get a job with the gardening channel or something. Maybe you should leave the business altogether. And, uh, you get just stay home and grow Rutabagas. Something like that. Maybe cucumbers. Washington's mall. W M. A l Where Washington comes to talk. Hi. This is Sylvia. You know, as a young girl I dreamed of being a country singer like my hero, Patsy Cline. I followed my dreams to Nashville and this fortunate to record the hit song. Nobody..

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"patsy cline" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"patsy cline" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like my hero, Patsy Cline. I followed my dreams to Nashville and was fortunate to record the hit song Nobody Continue to live my dreams today and so can you let nobody tell you. You can't do it because you can just believe in yourself. This'll messages courtesy of the United States Air Force. Now, a lot of them made of electors in Pennsylvania in Georgia, casting votes for President Trump you can make of it all You wish. It's a little strange, right? It's a little weird because they're not. It's not like the electors didn't vote for Biden in Pennsylvania. It's that the Republican electors Cast their votes. They cast the votes just in case any legal challenges succeed. That way. It's not like there were no votes that were given. It's up. It's a way of, I guess. Hedging the back. The question, of course, would be what's left? I mean, that's the question legally, what is left? What else do we think? Can Can be done. Where are the other challenge is supposed to come from? And the answer is, I don't know. I do not know. I'm not sure where the next state challenge is gonna be. Wisconsin did not work out. I'm not sure what else can get said Maybe something happens from this signature on it in Cobb County. In Georgia. I don't know. But why does any of that matter when we're still looking into Dr Joe Biden? People have free time. Of course, this starts with someone who said, you know, she calls herself doctor, But she's not really a doctor, so she should get rid of the honorific and people like how dare you? Ah! Woman achieves a doctor and you're attacking her. And then she'll buy didn't I don't think she handled it with grace at all. She's supposed to ignore these people. You know, I want what I want all girls to be able to. Oh, stop it. She's not a medical doctor. She's doctor of education. Right? But it's still doctor. You got yourself, doctor, and it's fine. If there's Dr Phil, that could be Dr Jill, I don't know why we're having this fight. So someone posted Her dissertation. I do not know. I have no idea. Why why this is necessary. But supposedly, um, it's awful and it was written when she was 55. Like it's just Absolutely, positively terrible. A dissertation executive position papers submitted by the faculty of the University of Delaware impartial fulfillment of the league requirements for the degree of doctor of education with a major in educational leadership. Fall of 2000 and six And then it goes on from there. Are you telling me that we are now in the place? Um Where we're now going to go through her paper from 13 years ago to determine that she ain't that bright. I don't care about someone has doctor before their name or after their name. I've heard the woman talk. I'm not very impressed. Don't have to be impressed, but I'm not very impressed. This brings us to John Cleese. We're talking about. Monty Python, John Cleese. I grew up with Monty Python humor. I love Monty Python. John Cleese has made me laugh out loud. John Cleese put forth of the most ridiculous Tweet on this subject. You see, the key here was to leave this subject alone. But no one wants about leaving separate bone. It was worth talking about, John Cleese says. I think it's an encouraging sign that the next first lady will be a PhD with two master's degrees rather than a model. It says a lot about their husbands, too. I'm sorry. That's ridiculous. Melania Trump speaks five languages. Your move, John. Oh, she's pretty, so she's not smart. Oh, well, there you go. That will help you in the meat to movement. Who? Yeah, that's gonna help you a lot. That is gonna owe you are all about just people gonna love you to death. Love you to death. They are my God. Says these things Who even thinks them And what do you mean? It says something about their husbands. I don't know what to do with that. First he's saying you could either be hotter..

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2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

Donna and Steve

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

"Of country Music Awards just got bigger. The upcoming ceremony is added a performance by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani also carry underwear. Wood is going to perform a bunch of songs from some country legends. This is to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the Grand Old Opry. It's going to be a med leave with will read a lit or not with the right of Lin, but songs from literally Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Barbara, Barbara Mandrell, Patsy Cline, Reba McEntire and Martina McBride Hole is going to air on Wednesday, September 16th fun. Okay, Here's a stupid thing that you're going to be like dawn. I think Bank back upon a country song once for an artist, and it debuted at the Grand Ole Ofri before the show. And so I've been, I mean, it's just a simple background.

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