17 Burst results for "Percy Sledge"
"percy sledge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I'm doing Well, Richard, how are you? Well, I'm having to take a deep breath after all that, But let me just make one calm because you are disgusted with how either Donald Trump couldn't eulogize Rush Limbaugh or what? It's not bag daughter throwing under the bus warm Ted Cruz is what disgusted you more. Was get your 1st 20 minutes about Rush Limbaugh. Sincerely after I heard that And I'm not trying to be mean spirited, but I honestly after that 20 minutes Oh, my goodness. Did I offend your feet, please? Well, what were you Were you as upset where you was upset and out of breath when Limbaugh called people despicable pieces of debris when they died or dead? No, no, you can't. Because if you're gonna show any kind of umbrage towards anything I said about limbo, you have to show the same umbrage towards the crappy said when people died. Are you willing to do that? I'm just gonna say the after I heard that I thought the same could be applied to you on the left. Of course you did. Except this one big difference. I tell you the truth. If you want to interpret that as hatred, that's your prerogative. But the big difference is I don't sit there and lie. I tell you the truth. If you think that causes division and I'm sure you do If you interpret that is hatred again. What can I say? That's your prerogative to 57 k. D. W N is the number John, you're next. Thanks for calling. Captain up. Graham back the whole day, John. What It is both. Hey, man, our love every single word you said about rush. That guy's a maggot. He's scum. He's pond scum. He's the worst pick gonna rot in hell. He laughed himself to sleep every night, then. What can you believe it? I got these suckers believe in my crap that I spent on the air every single day. And then these corporations, these advertisers make me filthy rich. What a clown Well, and we even had him admitting it on on that interview on 60 minutes. He's a scumbag. He nobody in and our generation dog hurt America. More than rush, scumbag puns Come peace, Kraft Limbaugh, and I hoped Rupert Murdoch dies before five o'clock tomorrow. Then we could start healing America, John, That's cold. But someday you have to tell us how you really feel. 257. Are you gonna be doing the show solo on Friday? Probably, but I could listen every shape the called job, and someday you could tell us how you really feel. 257. Kb W N is the number area code seven. Oh, two. Sheila, you're next. Killer. You're on the air. Turn your radio down. Okay? Yes. This is funny to me. Because now tech crew he was for drug building the wall right Three was And, uh, okay. Now he's from Mexican. Even though you came from Canada, But here he fled to Mexico to get away from ice. There. You see that? A rock? Oh, ironic. That is absolutely I mean, that is the ironic thing. I didn't have time to get to it. But I had notes on that. I mean, I mean, let's let's let's take fled Cruise at his word, and he would just be in a good dead. Okay. A father a father was your father was sped up with the terrible conditions in his homeland. They had no heat, no food and no running water. He did what any responsible father would do. He packed up what he could stuff Lindsey Graham into the suitcase. And he and his family crossed the border to another country and a safer place that offered those things he didn't have. Exactly. I know you should be Father be here. I hear you, Sheila. Thanks for pointing that out. Because I had that all lined up in my notes and just didn't get to 57. Katie W N is the number Scott, you're next. Ground control to major dug ground control to major Doug. Go serenade me, Scott. You know what it does to me? Take your Prozac pills and put your face mask on. How you like that? That actually wasn't bad. You've you actually have a fairly decent singing voice. Well, I was a musician at one time. I even noticed the little vibrato in their two major Doug. I noticed the by Brad. Oh, yeah. I learned that from Dion. Oh, damn it. You learned that from me, Be honest. Dion Dion. Yeah, I sent beyond Sanders Conceding Know Dion and the Belmonts. Oh, OK. That was a music group group. I take it Dion. Oh, my God. What's with this? You know I can't sing to. Actually there's no song. Covers Ashley. I mean, Denise, I could sing a song to her Do Yes. Yeah, But what God, Scott, What did you call for? Well, we're running short on time. Well, you know, I just wanted to sing you. Hey, how about this it for here and my sitting in a tin can far above the world. America is blue, and there's nothing I can do. Wow. Well, I appreciate the call Scott. That was the of all the calls I've taken on the show. That was one of them to 57. Katie W is a number. Jerry, You're next. Sure Missed That boy's yours. Glad you're on. Just for now. We're gonna try to get you much more. I gotta tell you this, that guy that passed He made the world better Now that he's gone, I say can't stand. The bastard couldn't stand him. He spewed all the things that you talked about earlier. And you hit your adjectives were right on Mark. Well, it pays to have a thesaurus. Just in case you thought I was that fluent or something? You don't You were delicious that I You know what? It's a damn shame that this guy got away and all you know, conservatives don't get I'm conservatives about certain things. Jesus. This guy hated women He hated. I mean, you know, when a man ate a woman, he can't take care of business. I mean, just the term feminazi ease. I mean, When a man hates a woman. I mean, you know, Percy Sledge is rolling over in his grave and then it's stuff that he said about other.
"percy sledge" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"That was Mr Lee Perry mix of wind of change by won't do belong in the soul Selects record label brand New for you making note of Ah Lee Perry's work with King Tubby and I first started working together in about 1970 one's about 50 years ago. And I just wanted to mention that because, of course sleep. Harry is one of the dub meisters himself. Will be honoring Lee Perry. He is 80 and leave. It is 85th birthday coming up in the middle of March. He tribute to him for certain before that, the Mr Reed black mix of wind of change. Been originally Recorded by the Scorpions in 1991 written by one Klaus mine in 19 night. Menu for you, Blanc du Blanc, as opposed to Blanc de Blanc, 100% chardonnay here, and it might as well be blood Blunt, dubbed Block. Well, this New Jersey Gentleman who goes by the name of block to block is assembled very talented musicians. We'll get into that right now. But what I do want to get into is another one from them. Disappears on their EP The wind of change deep and this is their version of Percy Sledge is song from 1966. Tune entitled Heart of a Child. Originally given the muscle Shoals Dearest Alabama sound.
"percy sledge" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Drummer in Pistol Allen I know 1000 Brazilian Motown tunes Got four on the floor, No. Remove the drummer's gone one. Two. A rather Ah 12341234 Here we go. 12341234 get that's what's going on there. And even that's big Bill Broonzy and Tomorrow, or the coolest tunes in history of mankind. By the way, it's alternative music. Friday. You're on the edge, and I thank you for posting my radio program. Let's talk to Paul here, Paul, Welcome down the edge. We gotta do short time because the tunes rule on alternative but music Friday What's up? Yeah, I'll be quick. This is pertaining to alternative idea. I just heard you play of Isa case, and I think he's from the stacks full, you know, seem and you would know better than I do is exact hell as he was. He was a session Piano player, and he was an arranger. He was a big shot down there behind the scenes before he ever ever ever came out, saying it to a plus. He's a sax player. Let me take his story about him. I don't want to interrupt you talking about there's ah video, which I think you can surf on YouTube. He's in a Conference room Looks like some just mundane office are sitting around a table with a bunch of people look like they hate their jobs or their, but it's all musicians, and he's got the sound system on the P A. And all the horn players were there. They're working on a horror apartment. It's like some glorious office meeting and that they play along with the With the system and they shut it off and start it. I'm getting chills. You've got to see And I'm not doing it Justice to explain it, but just amazing how these guys used in the way you're telling me you've got to see it. I just wantto tell your listeners that you've got to see muscle shoals. I've talked about that ad infinitum to a song that I had Rygel on the show, You know, recalled the guy who started that I had him on the show. He was supposed to get 10 minute segment. We had him on for an hour. Yeah. Wow, I'm sorry. I missed that one. But I mean, there's there's so much negativity negativity floating around these days, especially in regards to race relations and talk about a feel good movie about Just people coming together to make beautiful music together black and no black and white, black and white in like most people don't realize that you know some of their favorite RV tunes. They're these white No. You know, hillbilly white guys playing on the foolish You know, being insolent they've ever thought about a lot of people didn't know that they said effect for the longest time. It was big in the seventies, when they'd say that white people can't play soul music, and they didn't know but all the guys on the soul tunes they dug where white guys Yeah, exactly. Another real quick story. When recall was on my show. That's the guy that started muscle full student under his his first big, big, big thing that you did down there was a guy he knew, he said from high school, which was Percy Sledge when a man loves the one, but they had another song going on anyway. I told him, I said, When I was eight years old. I used to lay in my cowboy and Indian pajamas in front of Ah, blond Xena's radio and go by through the dial on Detroit and by Nana Meters and I said, I picked up W L. A. C Lot of Chicago are rather I'm sorry, Gallatin, Tennessee, which is Nashville on what's called the atmospherics kept. Don't go too deep into words. But I found the station and I couldn't quit listening to it. I said, I would hear all this music that turned out later to be armed B soul. He said. Well, you know, while you were listening to that their own I was in the studio with the deejay because I was selling records of the trunk of my car, and I give him five bucks a bottle of whiskey to play my record on the radio. So you're probably listening to me in the studio here was a great show. What? That guy was unbelievable. That's awesome. I got one quick story tell like like 20 seconds. I'm going in in that show Muscle shoals. I discovered that Ah song one of my favorite songs of all time that my family kids me about, and they It's a clearance, Carter patches. Yeah, wait. I lived in New Jersey and we were going out. W A b c. You know, Cousin Brucie way would wait for that. Well, that song is about Rich Hall's father. That's his story. And you learned you learned that in the movie and I got such a kick out of that, Yeah. Clerks car's blind. I didn't know that until I saw that. Well, I saw him on a stage of public 60,000 people in the audience, and ah, he This was in New Orleans at the Jazz Nerds Fist and I was with my lovely wife and we're standing watching this and we have this knack of being able to motivate through the crowd get right up front. And he comes out huge crowd. I mean, it was. It was the Sunday afternoon, which is when all the locals goal. There's always like 75,000 people. They're just a massive audience, and he's playing and also he just stops. The first song called and He looks over the panel player are the other guitar player off. The back of me says you Outta tune, Man. And he stops the show or this guy gets into and they had horns, sex, pianos, organs. I mean, he just picked up on that Anyway. That's no more with story there. But I thought that was kind of cool. Listen, thanks for the call. I'm glad to dig because much as I do. And yes. So what do you call it? Their muscle shoals and also ah ah is standing in the shadows of Motown is a good one. The other one is, of course, the wrecking crew. S'all. Good. You can get all those over on the Netflix. You're on the alternative bump music Friday down on the Mississippi.
"percy sledge" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Informed. Radio 1200 W away. I Look back on this day in history ROCKY by Brown Chevrolet July 15th 1912. Man by the name of Jim Thorpe wanted a Cath Lan on this day of the Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden in those same Olympic Games. He also won the gold medal in the pentathlon, 1966. Can't keep his mind on at five songs that made the top 40 on Ly that one went to number one. The late great Percy Sledge, 1973 for the first time and over 20 years a baseball pitcher, 12 no hitters in a season. Yeah, You're right. Nolan Ryan, California Angels did the trick with the second No hit victory of the season. On this date. The other one came back in May Birthdays. Today's your birthday. Happy birthday to you. You share your birthday with the man Born in 16 06 300 etchings 1400 drawing 600 paintings. Most famous of those was the night Watch Rembrandt. You know, you've hit the big time when you could go on Just one name. Birth date today for cowboy Copus year old people marry like him on the way I'm going back. Cowboy. Copus died in a plane crash in March of 1963 the same plane crash that killed Patsy Cline out of the University of Iowa, where he won the Outland Trophy. Detroit Lions defensive tackle in all pro Monday night Football. Sports Caster George Papadopoulos in Webster, Alex Caress born this day in 1935. Of course, his most famous role Mongo in Blazing saddles. Heavy birthday, Mr Truex. Number 89 out of L s u Billy True. Ex Dallas Cowboys tight end Super Bowl Sixes 77 today. Birthday for Linda. Morning day 74 years ago in Tucson, Arizona, Linda Ron stat. Candidate backed by President Trump is engaged in a too close to call race in Texas is District 23 With nearly 40,000 vote lead. Air Force veteran M. J Hagar was declared the winner of the Democratic Senate primary runoff over state Senator Royce West. Citing concerns of our public safety bear Ron Nierenberg has a number of local schools are not ready to open their doors as scheduled. President Trump is facing criticism for an interview in which he suggested that more white Americans are killed by police than black Americans. More coming up W AWAY I news time, 6 52 now traffic and weather together. From the W Away I traffic center. Good morning, We had a crash pop up on 35 South founded I 10 but it's already been cleared. You might still see a little bit of leftover break tapping through the area, but they've got all of the lanes reopens. You're looking at about five or six minutes of travel time around loops 16 0 for East or West found between 2 81 and I 10. I'm Colin Ellis NewsRadio 1200 W. Away I This report is sponsored by express pros dot com Looking for easier way to find your next job..
"percy sledge" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Call Away Today on this show Saturday in nineteen sixty eight. A group of Star Trek Fans Cornered William Shatner but I believe she as he left thirty. Rockefeller Plaza an attempted to rip is close off. It's likely this event stopped after. Stop Shatner from attending any star trek conventions for over a decade. He's wore them off. I don't blame him and know me not Schoener Shattner. The movie swingers cost about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to make the COKE CLASSIC. Only really for the movie footage cost two hundred fifty thousand. The music a licensing was half a million dollar bringing the price Taylor in this movie series. Power Austin powers is correct or make you randy this spinks cat who played Mr biggles worth in the Austin powers. Movie had a name. His name was Ted new gents cause a hairless cat and unfortunately Ted nugent is. Dude indies so sorry about that but we had a good time with the star of Willie. Yeah we're GonNa say many many ways that all dead all dead just ending on a good note here today Percy sledge dead again it's illegal in the US for a convicted felon to own or wear a bulletproof vest. Under federal law. They will be bulletproof. Vest is considered body armor which is regulated by statute eighteen and section nine thirty one and statute eighteen. Nine thirty one says anybody convicted of a violent felony to owner possessive. This they are not allowed to do this. They are forbidden from doing so and all reality. They seem like people who need bulletproof vest. More than everybody else. Violent felons who have been committed some crime a somebody probably wants to kill then they lose the right to not be killed. Yes they lose the right to wear a bulletproof vest because it's considered body armor. I guess lane so I don't know how much they enforce that today. Learn this guy. All that has vinter. That's where I am Carey. Ace Bomb Ace siskel and Ebert hated Jim Carey and Ace Ventura. When it was released suggested he retire immediately during their review of his movie. Four years later they dedicated an entire episode of their show to him discussing his meteoric rise in admitting they had it all wrong and quickly today. Pandora radio didn't pay its employees for two whole years. The CEO claimed he didn't know he was breaking. The law is so didn't know how to do that. A Western claimed he did not know he was breaking the law. Which seems unlikely. Bobby Booby Blah. These people did not get paid any money. Hey don't forget to our broadcast tomorrow if you're invited but if you're not state asks away and listen on the radio or watch on facebook. The world's first live radio broadcasts with social distancing is tomorrow on the show today. Are these guys as ride to famous party song? Fight for your right. But the Beastie boys was actually a parody of the party lifestyle mighty commented the only thing that upsets me is. We might have reinforced. Certain values of some people in our audience. Watched that documentary so good. What's it called again? Don't remember Beastie boys don't believe you so much for listening and we do appreciate it. We're back tomorrow for the monsters in the morning. Say put the Jim. Colbert coming up next followed by corporate Tom. Thomas Dan. It's on the way it's all right here on real radio..
"percy sledge" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Saturday. In nineteen, Sixty, eight, a group of star. Trek fans cornered William. Shatner but I believe she. As. He left. Thirty Rockefeller Plaza an attempted to rip is close off. It's likely this event stopped after stop Shatner from attending any star trek conventions for over a decade. He's wore them off. I don't blame him. And know me not schoener Shattner. The movie swingers cost about seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to make. The Coke Classic only really for the movie footage cost, two, hundred, fifty, thousand, the music. A licensing was half a million dollar. Bringing the price. Taylor in this movie series. Power Austin powers is correct or make you randy this spinks cat. Mr biggles worth in the Austin. Powers movie had a name. His name was ted new gents Cause a hairless cat, and unfortunately Ted nugent is dude. So sorry about that, but we had a good time with. The Star, of Willie Yeah. GonNa say many many years that. All dead all dead, just ending on a good note here. Today. Percy sledge dead again. It's legal in the US for a convicted felon to own or wear a bulletproof vest. Under federal law they will be. Bulletproof vest is considered body armor, which is regulated by statute, Eighteen and section, nine, thirty, one and statute, eighteen, nine, thirty, one, says anybody convicted of a violent felony to owner possessive this. They are not allowed to do this. They are forbidden from doing so and all reality. They seem like people who need bulletproof vest more than everybody else. Violent felons who have been committed some crime. A somebody probably wants to kill then. They lose the right to not be killed. Yes, they lose the right to wear a bulletproof vest because it's considered body armor, I guess lane so I. Don't know how much they enforce that today. Learn this guy all. That has vinter. That's where I am. Carey Ace comm, Ace siskel and Ebert hated Jim Carey and Ace Ventura when it was released, suggested he retire immediately during their review of his movie four years later, they dedicated an entire episode of their show to him, discussing his meteoric rise in admitting they had it all wrong. And quickly today Pandora Radio didn't pay its employees for two whole years. The CEO claimed he didn't know he was breaking. The law is so. We had to do that a western claimed. He did not know he was breaking the law, which seems unlikely Bobby Booby Blah. These people did not get paid any money. Hey, don't forget to our broadcast tomorrow. If you're invited, but if you're not state asks away and listen on the radio or watch on facebook. The world's first live radio broadcasts with social distancing is tomorrow on the show. Today are these guys. As ride to famous party song fight for your right, but the Beastie boys was actually a parody of the party. Lifestyle Mighty commented the only thing that upsets me is, we might have reinforced certain values of some people in our audience watched that documentary so good. What's it called again? Don't remember Beastie boys don't. Believe! You so much for listening and we do appreciate it. We're back tomorrow for the monsters in the morning and put the Jim Colbert coming up next followed by Corporate Tom Thomas Dan. It's on the way. It's all right here on real radio..
"percy sledge" Discussed on KTRH
"I can't think of a pretty so Jamie cliff said he wrote that song expressed the trouble he was having making it as a successful musical artist after originally finding success in his home in Jamaica beginning at age fourteen before moving to the UK he commented I came to the UK I was still in my teens I was full of vigor I'm gonna make it I'm a be up there with the Beatles and the stones in there what really going like that I was touring clubs not breaking through I was struggling with work life and my identity I couldn't find my place frustration feel that some regarding the line wondering I am lost as I travel alone the white cliffs of Dover you said that came from the number of times across the channel to the continent most of the time it was France but sometimes it was Germany was a very frustrating time I came to England with very big hopes and I so my hope is fading that song came from that experience I wrote recorded that song twenty one this is not the complete list of musicians who have recorded many rivers to cross Harry Nilsson John Lennon Joe Cocker Percy sledge Desmond Dekker you B. forty share the brand new heavies Eric burden and animals the Walker brothers Marcia Hines Tony Giles leader Adams Linda Ronstadt any Lennix Bryan Adams and Jim Bartsch that's not a that's not a bad a dry cough that's not a bad a list of people to cover your song so I'm a be able to get the hand sanitizer because I'm pretty sure Carlos Dale the Cola at Gulf coast distillers will donate that somebody out there has some in ninety five mass might be my friend Chris spears or on the second he wrote me some about clear that we can get somebody out there two in ninety five masks if you would like to remind you it's forty pounds down shut down the shut down what what your hands shut down shut down if you are that person then email me Michael berry show dot com and I'll tell you where to get those delivered I like.
"percy sledge" Discussed on KTRH
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"percy sledge" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If you didn't go dressed up going downtown where the day or night whatever you would be the place now if you dress the good on him three DB two yeah you've got a place over dressed up in all I think this is dressed up well those days because on that strip yeah the colonial covered for jazz as food see my love those guys then just up the road to that of Jamaica cross the street club Trinidad up the road to that the clock tower that's we're the parliament Funkadelic silos gets him then you know how Stevie Wonder played a character yes and he played the Blue Note which was up the road to so this must have an amazing free home Commodores the Supremes and you man playing music this entire time we have a clip right now to to listen to this is the Cougars T. no the use those look at that hi Richard on anywhere that is I guess J. Douglas along with Jackie Richardson singing their version of the temptations I wish it would rain that's the Cougars so around the time you're playing clubs in Toronto you are backing of American singers like Percy sledge and fats domino offer currently when they came to town after calmly what do you what do you miss.
"percy sledge" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Know that one live below the woman's home that is right this is by Percy sledge let's hear it here comes I didn't say the words that's a good song I like this this is a great song yeah the very popular wedding song by the way you would know this is the number one wedding once I know is a while back this is the number one U. S. hit for Michael Bolton in nineteen ninety one and Bette Midler's version was a thirty five number thirty five in nineteen eighty yeah so here's the great part about this Paul I you have won a pair of tickets for a private screening all foster boy it's a new movie it's written by a Chicago attorney named Jay Paul dear tany and it's produced by Shaquille o'neal partially filmed here in Chicago the film stars Matthew Modine and academy award winner Louis Gossett junior and it's based on several of his legal cases which involve the corrupt for profit foster care system the screening is on Thursday evening December twelfth at is that will met Peter it benefits families helping families Chicago land which supports local families and foster children who are in need or crisis I will be at a screening I hope to see you there Paul for anybody else who like to go ticket sales are twenty dollars goes directly to a charity the movie begins at seven will that deter and if you'd like more information let me know we hope that you guys will check that out it sounds like a really exciting night most of them great job Paul yeah terrific job thank you so much for calling in really go buddy good evening you too you too you know and he knew it all right our text in line three one two nine eight one seven two hundred we will be here until one o'clock in the morning to go to class well I will so I had to think about that for a second it's still too right still so I feel like we've been here a long time I was going to say it feels like we've been here for hours maybe because I have another thanksgiving quick joke for you all right so if pilgrims were alive today Lisa what would they be known for pilgrims were alive today with even I don't know Carl what with the you know well of pilgrims were alive today he'd be known for their age that's good like that one everybody laughing out there I I hear all the laughter and so you're still cooking they haven't talked yet a cooking for thanksgiving I'm cooking everybody was excited about it all right now ID you ready for fort Laramie dull western yeah this radio in nineteen fifty six Raymond Burr starting as captain Lee quince of the U. S. cavalry was produced by guns smokes Norman make Donald it depicted the life at fort Laramie in the mid eighteen hundreds now the fort itself Lisa you may not know this was located across the north Platte River from the town of Laramie at the mouth of the Laramie river and on the show there was all kinds of great regular I guess stars Vic Perrin Hary Bartel Howard McNear Sam ad words John Dehner these are the same people that were in gun smoking of the supporting players for gun smoke so terrific terrific series Raymond Burr stars this broadcasters from may twenty seventh nineteen fifty six it's called the sergeants baby part one now of fort Laramie were starring Raymond Burr as captain Lee quit specially transcribed tales of the dark and tragic ground of the wild frontier the saga of fighting men who wrote the run of empire and the dramatic story of liquids captain of cavalry I never.
"percy sledge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"percy sledge" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Hall, arranged the distribution deal with Atlantic records. But Jerry Wexler asked that the psalm be recorded because the horns were out of tune. Musician. David hood, they went back in the studio and changed the horns got different horn players to play on it. But then the tapes got mixed up and Atlantic put out their original version. So that's the version that's the hit. Sledge's recording reached number one on both the billboard hot, one hundred and the Orrin be singles. Charter becoming the first number one hit recorded in muscle. Shoals. If you if you see the documentary, muscle shoals. Hugh. Learn that Percy sledge was the son of sharecroppers, who are poor sharecroppers. No electricity outhouse, but no, no plumbing, and he was, but he made it big he was a porter at the town at the town hotel, and that's where he was discovered in recall talks about the fact that he had no vocal training. So he basically just had this powerful booming voice. And he just. And that's what I love about. Top ten of I would say top five love song of all time, would you like to make a list of the top five? Love songs of all.
"percy sledge" Discussed on KTRH
"Written by Calvin Lewis, Andrew, right? First recorded by Percy sledge, nineteen sixty six neuralgia sound studio Sheffield, Alabama. You know. Okay, says the song was initially reported by Percy sledge at Rick hall's fame studios at muster shoals before being re recorded at the nearby rally studio on back. Rick hall, arranged the distribution deal with Atlantic records. But Jerry Wexler asked that the song be recorded because the horns were out of tune. Musician. David hood, they went back in the studio and changed horns got different horn players to play on it. But then the tapes got mixed up in Atlantic put out their original version. So that's the version that's the hit. Sledge's recording reached number one on both the billboard hot, one hundred and the Orrin be singles. Charter becoming the first number one hit recorded in muscle. Shoals. If you. If you see the documentary, muscle shoals. Hugh. Learn that Percy sledge was the son of sharecroppers. Sharecroppers. No electricity outhouse, but no, no plumbing. And he was, but he made it big he was a porter at the town at the town hotel, and that's where he was discovered in recall talks about the fact that he had no vocal training. So he basically just had this powerful booming voice. And he just. And that's what I love about. Top, I would say top five love song of all time, would you like to make a list of the top five? Love songs of all.
"percy sledge" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"percy sledge" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Oh, yeah. I remember that was one of those songs that hit number one for multiple artists. This is a good one. Okay. Trivia purposes, the locomotion was a hit by little Eva in nineteen sixty two and also grand funk in nineteen seventy four grand funk. Grandfather of it. Yeah. Number one. In nineteen sixty one the marvel that's how to hit with please, Mr. postman and also the carpenters in nineteen seventy five I didn't know the that song. Yeah. The song Venus nerviness. Yeah. That was shocking. Blue in nineteen seventy and then banana Raimo in nineteen Eighty-six lean on me was hit number one for Bill withers and nineteen seventy-two followed by nineteen eighty-seven club nouveau. Yeah. That song is awful. You keep me hanging on the Supremes in nineteen sixty six and also Kim Wilde in nineteen eighty seven when a man loves a woman, that's Percy sledge nineteen sixty six but also number one for Michael Bolton anyone. I'll be there by the Jackson Five nineteen seventy and also Mariah Carey ninety two. Oh, right. I forgot you cover that song. And then the last one lady marmalade by LaBelle, not Patti LaBelle LaBelle just nineteen seventy five and also the Christina Aguilera, low Kim Maya and pink in two thousand one interesting tidbit about Lebel that was during if I'm not mistaken during the glam rock phase a lot of bands. So a lot of like wild, costumes and things and La Belle performed lady marmalade on TV. I forgot where it was. And they were like in full glam rock get up. And that was the first time that you ever saw a black woman in a black woman seeing an ARIN be song in that kind of glam rock get up. So that was like a big moment. Like kind of a big fashion moment and kind of a big crossover moment. It's been really neat. Yeah. It's cool. All right. We have some non English-language number one song. Oh, that's good. Okay. This is this is fun. Some of them were only on the hit for like one week or whatever. But it doesn't matter. They were their primary language was not English. Okay. So the first one we know it we probably call it Volare, the most it's no blue the Pinto deep. Blue presidencies Alaric by Dominica. In August, nineteen fifty it was number one for five. Yeah. Great. I'm glad you're here. Okay. Next is a song called sukey Yawkey by Kayo Sakamoto. He's Japanese and this was the number one song in June nineteen sixty three for three weeks, really..
"percy sledge" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Look at you like this rare political specimen that shouldn't exist in the US because a white guy from Alabama with an accent who hangs out at country music festival shouldn't have like. Super woke, take on white privilege or like, you know how women are treated horribly. Do you think that gives you some insight into like the the other half of the country that you know they assume you are? I think the people that are grew up around and the people that I'm related to, and you know the people that are still spend some time with definitely that does give me some inside. I think that you know, I do get a kick out of people saying, I'm like a Hollywood liberal elitist or in some kind of bubble. You know. When I. Yeah, yeah. That north Alabama mobile. Yeah, I think I know. What rural people for the most part, I'm not. I'm not, you know, wanting to groups those folks together too much, but I think I know what a lot of middle Americans are interested in what makes them happy and where their priorities sit at the very least, you know. Because I'm super close with my parents. And I mean they, they grew up in Alabama in the sixties and seventies. And then when I got a little older, I started making music with people who had worked into muscle shoals saying, and people who had dealt with the convergence of black artists and wide artists around that point in time when things weren't all rosy in Alabama, you know, and there's a lot of different opinions on, you know what that music did. You know, some people don't necessarily believe that it was the best thing, but for me, you know, I was so heavily influenced by a Retha Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett and Percy sledge and just got lucky enough to at some point in my development decide, okay, I'm not qualified to make this type of music. I would love to do that. I would love to be, you know, blue eyed, soul singer. That term makes me cringe, but you know, I just can't do it. I'm not going to get up there and do that because that does have self awareness. Yeah, that's a big deal for me. 'cause I mean, if I didn't have that could very easily be up there trying to sound like Otis Redding and that that doesn't belong to me. You pull it off. I mean, pull it off to a certain extent. You know, I know all the words and I could hit all the notes, but I couldn't like I couldn't do it in a way that would make it necessary. You know, it's better for me to listen to reading and let the spirit of that its way ended a music that I make it. Yeah. So I obviously wasn't alive for Woodstock, not quite not even like the one with limp biscuit might have been what that you weren't allowed for that everything was on fire burned, ninety two. Yeah, I was twelve. Had to forget that wasn't that cool, but when you like, so my window into this documentaries and books. And when I, when I look at DOC's about like the sixties, Vietnam protests would sock, it feels like there was unity from music among those groups of people and. I sometimes wonder like where the fuck are protests on some EDM track that I just not into or we like lacking that cultural unifying force. They're, they're, they're just not. That type of music is not promoted like it was in those days. You know, they're still people out riding those kinds of songs and and trying to get their way through. You know how to make this a good song without like we were talking about earlier, getting past pointed diminishing returns where you're just yelling somebody, but that's not what's being consumed. So that's not getting to people's ears as quickly. And as often as what was happening back then, you know, I mean, you are, have you had folk rock musicians who are selling more records than anybody on earth in those days? And that's not hat, and now it's still there..
"percy sledge" Discussed on Crybabies
"How they specifically say in their songs wall non even if they're like yelling at a woman for being an evil woman there's still calling you a woman as apoe as rather and girl or baby or baby yeah lady um but i i do remember being i i think also when i was a kid if the emotion was a little too big for me in i always it was it was it's really um it comes from an older tradition i think it even though it was on top forty in it i think you are though it may have been percy sledge is version that was the big hit but it was a pop hit team but it's not really up pop song noon now well it's not couched in metaphor like most pop songs yeah which is you know it's one a lollipop little girl lear had kind of baby very naked another song in the same vein that was i don't does made me cry but it's i'm thinking about it right now is we're talking is that song from sweeney todd pretty women now yemen uh in the movie and yet at the mood yeah i love the move idol when they're just talking about how beautiful women are and how they they sort of worship every movement every bit everything they do all these wonderful things it's it's lobby song yeah very sinister mind times got yeah best though heart tigers we really do need to have an all i know we talking about this a lot avenue well sun comes up so often and because there's so many song zoom that makes so many people cry that we just thought looked those just give in jewish areas on our podcast there isn't yeah yeah all right we'll be right back with more liza donnelly the fda doesn't require brands to disclose a comprehensive list of ingredients and their tampons so most of them don't major brands use a mix of synthetic ingredients in their tampons including on in polyester they may also be treated with harsh chemical cleansing agents fragrance and dyes yet but lola tampons are 100 percent cotton with bpa free plastic applicator s.