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"peter gabriel" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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06:17 min | 2 d ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"On the Wall Street establishment. You're listening to the watchdog and Wall Street with Chris Markowski. Joe. Looking back, everybody Yes, no rerun Thanksgiving weekend here at the watchdog on Wall Street Show. That being said. We're really riffing and going off on tangents. Today I mentioned the Phil Collins Concert that salts it's back. Remind me of another really good concert. Mr Tie in. Peter Gabriel concert, Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel. We're in the same band Genesis. But I just true story. It's back when I was way, way, way back machine. Way back machine when I was in college, and I was studying Studying in Florence, Italy, and Canada Shoe string budget when I was there and My friends and I we saw that Peter Gabriel was coming to play at a small Little arena. In Florence, Italy, and just so you know, we could see if we can go. See him tickets probably too expensive. So we go in. We take a look and we fuck she's tickets. A really, really reasonable wasn't bad at all. So we got the cheap seats. Got the cheap seats to see Peter Gabriel. And Lo and behold. Lo and behold, who would have thunk it? You can hear was hit. It was a teachable moment and Italian culture. The cheap seats. The cheap seats at Italian show where the front row There was no seats up. There was like the orchestra really standing standing room in the front. And I found that fascinating because you know Italians won't do. They're gonna sit. They want to The leg up smoke a cigarette at the time again. It was, I guess was OK to smoke cigarettes indoors back then, but just different. Different who knew cheap seats and front. Remember that if you want to see a concert Italy I want if it's still the same Anyway, moving on talking about the media and the lies and you know now how they go about utilizing headlines. Was a couple columns this past week talking about bad polling. The price of bad polling and how poles and bias feed media conformity that Miss Leeds the public. And I read a couple of these columns. Yeah, this is One. Actually, they had the nerve. The Wall Street Journal had an editorial talking about the price of bad polling when they also participated in a bad poll, So Wall Street Journal NBC poll. Which was dog crap. That crap. Um I understand that the media we've got 24 hour cable news networks. And they need to come up with storylines. They need to come up with story lines that have legs. And this is why they come up with narratives. And they pushed things a certain stories. They don't They don't talk about him. Well, you know, it's just too difficult to head in that direction when it comes to elections. I mean, this is Caroline. They're all and they loved these polls because then they can have a panel of people to discuss the polls and you can have the people from this camp saying Well, this polls definitely mean that someone so is gonna win. And this one are you that these polls are no good. Its argument for argument's sake. I mentioned this earlier on in the program, you were going to be better informed, much better informed. If you just listen to my show on my podcast daily, Then you would be watching cable news all day long. And in fact, honestly, I went, I think cable news actually gets rid of brain cells. Kills brain cells, Iowa's more brain cells Watching cable news. Then you are drinking margaritas all day. That's just the reality. And it's gotten worse instead of better. They create turn Anchors and people into stars on the program. They're all actors. It's all a show. And I forget I've demonstrated this. You have given countless examples of my experience working with the mainstream media over the years. And I offered this up. Is it a bit of a thought? Think piece. There's one and think about what the world be a better place today if we went back to the old CNN headline news, 30 minutes and done. Huh? With the world Be better. I think so. But anyway I gotta talk about this story. Um, I I've got to the point time where I got to the point in time I talked about Andrew Cuomo and I described him as one of the biggest anal sphincters in the country. I've tried to give former President Barack Obama somewhat the benefit of the doubt on certain things, and I've been highly critical and believe in his policies. But again, I now I'm just I put him in the Andrew Cuomo camp. I do. I'm sick and tired, sick and tired of seeing his mug with that poop eating grin on his face, putting him out there to be some sort of God. When you just take a look at the massive amount of screwups that he's been involved with things that we told you, we're gonna blow up. Does anybody ever call him out on it? Ever. Ever. Story this past week talking about student loan losses this year. More than 400 billion. And they said by next year, it's going to be well over 550. Billion..

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:07 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:16 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:16 min | 3 months ago

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"When MTV was really still playing a lot of videos the way that they show you how did the Stop Action and how they did. The frame by frame painting of things that were in shot how they had a direct Gabriel the stuff about the dancing chickens all that and how they pulled it all off is in the documentary we were talking about. So that's something you want to check out if you get a chance yet, it's called classic albums. I think it's on Amazon prime or access TV. So you check it out. They have some incredible albums in that series I, think they did like ten seasons of. It but there are a lot of good albums that have been put together and rock and roll. So it's a good series to check out if you WANNA learn a little bit about some of that incredible music you're listening to. It'll tell you how they got the beginning of Red Rain, which is the next single from the album comes out in summertime somewhere in there between don't give up it in your eyes and the release. Red Rain actually met Peter Gabriel it was so cool. Did. You have a conversation with him. Well, I had to look it up marcus because there was a long time ago but it was November Thirtieth Nineteen eighty-six Peter Gabriel was in town for the so tour and I was working with John Developing Mr. he was there then and I kinda got the word that I should come to the back room of the press box at. The spectrum, the Old Philadelphia, air conditioned spectrum, which is no longer there, and when I walk in the door, there's John Sitting casually chatting with Peter Gabriel and I got to spend a few minutes with them. I just found that being around him made you feel more peaceful or relaxed, and it was really nice and he was very nice. But that was an incredible night and. Just love shows we can talk about that. Maybe in the second half, we could talk more about that because I'm still digging into the singles. We're talking about a lot of records that were released a radio and you look at it one, two, three, four major chart-topping airplay records for Peter Gabriel on the so record and that's what drove the sales and made it legend. In a documentary one of the things I really enjoy and we were talking about it a little bit before we crack the Mike's when they got to the point where sledgehammer was almost done they realized that it might sound better if they put some horns on it. And they could use the fairlight I suppose but they actually went and contracting Wayne Jackson and the memphis horns and his part in there is really funny. Actually that's who's playing those horns those trademark horns on sledgehammer. It's so funny when Wayne Talks about his participation in the recording of sledgehammer and how he was told what they wanted and he's like I can do that. We can do that no problem we got it but he was like man, all these guys are so. Weird and different, and we're good at talking to people and he was really warm and friendly. But he was like I've met basically I seemed like he was saying I've met so many musicians that are so unique and so different that I've had to learn how to adapt, adapt and be able to talk to all of them and to be able to relate to all of them and he did, and if you listen to the horns the horror, they're ferocious on that album..

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

"When MTV was really still playing a lot of videos the way that they show you, how did the Stop Action and how they did The frame by frame painting of things that were in shot how they had a direct. Gabriel the stuff about the dancing chickens, all that and how they pulled it all off is in the documentary we were talking about. So that's something you want to check out if you get a chance yet, it's called classic albums I think it's on Amazon prime or access TV. So you check it out they have some incredible albums in that series I think they did like ten seasons of. It but there are a lot of good albums that have been put together and rock and roll. So it's a good series to check out if you WANNA learn a little bit about some of that incredible music you're listening to it'll tell you how they got the beginning of Red Rain which is the next single from the album comes out in summertime somewhere in there between don't give up at in your eyes and the release Red Rain actually met Peter Gabriel it was so cool. Did you have a conversation with him. Well, I had to look it up marcus because there was a long time ago but it was November Thirtieth Nineteen eighty-six Peter Gabriel was in town for the so tour and I was working with John Developing Mr. he was there then and I kinda got the word that I should come to the back room of the press box at. The spectrum, the Old Philadelphia, air conditioned spectrum, which is no longer there, and when I walk in the door, there's John Sitting casually chatting with Peter Gabriel and I got to spend a few minutes with them. I just found that being around him made you feel more peaceful or relaxed, and it was really nice and he was very nice. But that was an incredible night and. Just. Love shows we can talk about that. Maybe in the second half, we could talk more about that because I'm still digging into the singles. We're talking about a lot of records that were released a radio and you look at it one, two, three, four major chart topping airplay records for Peter Gabriel on the so record and that's what drove the sales and made it legend. In a documentary one of the things I really enjoy and we were talking about it a little bit before we crack the Mike's when they got to the point where sledgehammer was almost done. They realized that it might sound better if they put some horns on it. And they could use the fairlight I suppose, but they actually went and contracting Wayne Jackson and the memphis horns and his part in there is really funny. Actually that's who's playing those horns those trademark horns on sledgehammer. It's so funny when Wayne Talks about his participation in the recording of sledgehammer and how he was told what they wanted and he's like, I can do that. We can do that. No problem we got it but he was like man, all these guys are so. Weird and different, and we're good at talking to people and he was really warm and friendly. But he was like I've met basically, I seemed like he was saying I've met so many musicians that are so unique and so different that I've had to learn how to adapt, adapt and be able to talk to all of them and to be able to relate to all of them and he did, and if you listen to the horns the horror, they're ferocious on that album..

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Could. See in. Nick the. Up We should. You GotTa Watch the documentary to get the full impact of it because they show you sue and Gabriel onstage together as brothers dancing feeling the music. Doc..

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Pantheon

"Could. See in. Nick the. Mess. Up. We should. You GotTa, watch the documentary to get the full impact of it because they show you sue and Gabriel onstage together as brothers dancing feeling the music. Doc..

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:14 min | 3 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Today in Entertainment History: Genesis opened its first North American tour in Buffalo

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00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Today in Entertainment History: Genesis opened its first North American tour in Buffalo

"This Phil Collins and genesis figure large in today's entertainment history it was on this date in nineteen seventy six the genesis opened its first north American tour in buffalo with drummer Phil Collins as a lead vocalist genesis at audition more than four hundred singers and they got a good one in Phil Collins to replace the awesome Peter Gabriel and then in nineteen ninety six so twenty years later Phil Collins announced that he was leading genesis thanks guys got a run at a lot of money to make on

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Collins on Peter Gabriel Phil Collins right thinking that's Phil Collins singing Phil Collins I think it was a drummer first ever yeah trying as well yeah and Peter Gabriel leaves and and talk about it a band that didn't suffer one bit and probably did better on some of the driver that was genesis that wasn't just a Phil Collins right genesis okay got it the reason why I wanted to play that song use me the city council committee on immigration is mulling a bill that would bar the term alien illegal alien or illegal immigrant immigrant official documents because they say that words matter the language we use or choose to do use has power and consequences they put they prefer the term non citizen is what they're saying non citizens so he said it's not about replacing one where with another it's about treating individuals as human beings okay I am the liberal in the room and I'm very sensitive to terminology and words that are offensive and I am as far as I'm concerned everybody's a misogynist you know but here's the thing I want to say the term of alien is derived from the Latin term alien S. and that is our that's the history of our language that's what the word came from its IT from England and it means foreigner or outsider it was never meant to be offensive it means somebody who does not is not from here this means but the fact that they start assigning these words like illegal alien alien it's it's not offensive term to begin what do you think it's offensive lot of people thought so I remember anchor babies was seen as offensive and then trump was using it and then this one reporter says a you know it's an offensive term because you think it's offensive I don't think it's offensive it is an anchor babies are being bought and it in other words we we we get over sensitive about language sometimes we were calling them undocumented it's a little bulky right legal alien is nice it flows off the tongue a lot easier and that's what there is known for for every can certainly be retroactively offended by something we've always used for decades this right people who should not be in this country right and if the term alien was meant to be offensive it was if it was used as a derogatory term it's I. B. I'm all for that but it just means foreigner outsider I don't I don't really understand people getting upset about like you were saying to this world okay we come back doctor mark Siegel is here we had talked about some very interesting stuff happening with cancer I know it sounds like good right but no it's good it's good news he's gonna talk to us next at seven ten W. O. R..

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Famous Bands With More Than One Lead Singer

Bobbycast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Famous Bands With More Than One Lead Singer

"We're talking about bands big bands <hes> they've had more than one singer more than one front man why the original singers left whether it was creative differences or they wanted to go to the projects or in some cases if the singers died and we've gotten so much positive feedback episodes like this. They're heavily downloaded. That's awesome. We come on and talk about music this. We love doing it yeah. We just started doing it once. I think because somebody bail episode like oh crap. We don't have an episode this week. Let's talk about music songs that make us all of a sudden. He more crazy so we appreciate that. Whenever dusty okay was the comedian he was like you know what i really enjoyed. He had listed some interview. Episodes was like i really liked talking about songs that people didn't know the meaning yeah and he goes you know i heard the one about phil collins in the air tonight and he didn't really have a reason he wrote that song. What if he just got tired talking about the real reason it was like screw this. I order for no reason right which is possible. So what do we know what we read. We have no idea some of these. I've heard from situations that i'm maybe not super close to but i'm one degree away so someone like you trust in the inside that yeah knows about it and i i start with phil collins and you know throw collins was the lead singer of a band genesis right now before he was <hes> peter gabriel was leasing genesis so nineteen seventy six they replaced peter gabriel with phil collins so this is genesis with peter gabriel so peter gabriel left genesis solo career following nine hundred seventy five. Do you know peter gabriel's solo song in your eyes. That's the that's the big you wanna read. That's the big one loss so good yeah so gabriel left genesis nineteen seventy five and phil collins who was the backing vocals and the drummer's dumbers took over vocal duties walk continuing to drum so as he's doing that and by the way there are searching for lead singer while he was doing that initially so let's go finally singer for conflict and keeping until we get it then he became the lead singer but what happened was as it happened as well fill call and started to do a solo career at the same time time so as genesis phil collins happened right behind it if they're running a race like a length and a half behind phil collins had started to do a solo career which made in this massive star because he had to project the same time blowing up at the same time and so from collins over there. Do you have anything else gosh. Some of these may be confused which one it is. If it's all i couldn't tell you. This is genesis okay. I would've been so called oddly because of the voice is still calling singing it the janus face a tough decision with bill collins quit the band to carry on with the third lead singer or call it quits we think happened you call it quits command the band and then kept on with phil collins then there were no other good vocalists in the band. They couldn't just go right next up so the keyboard was tempted to call today but mike rutherford pushed the groups continue continue the last tour they did stadiums. They felt the fan loyalty was enough to carry him on they brought on a guy named ray wilson <hes> which may not rain and the group were unknown but they had a nineteen ninety four single inside. There was a minor hit in england. It was nothing that anyone cared about but if you remember just as came back again and they had that they had this the the song where <hes> it was a walk into the beach yup. I can't dance. My jets came back. Do you remember that i do because this isn't on my way. You're eighty s not ninety nine look. I can't dance because genesis comes back back with. I can't dance again. Seldon it. Neither peter gabriel or phil collins in this band now this was together and they they blew seaman dan. I was little so i remember all this stuff happening but i just figured the band never broke up. I didn't feel collins had his own side project. You didn't <hes> didn't know they'll call just book. All didn't even know who peter gabriel was. Phil collins had bigger song outside of. I remember what he looked like. I remember he was bald. Memory kind of let will now now how he kind of looks like <hes> the astronaut you know the astronaut who takes lots of pictures and space kelly's like a famous no no no. He's like a current astronauts that like lived up there for a whole year anyway. They look the same and i just remember that looking like yeah. He makes that music and drummer or something and he sings. That's all i remember uh-huh phil collins and genesis but you didn't know the phil collins like. I don't know how i was all genus. You did yeah again. I i don't know the difference by hearing them but i guess i knew feel collins. Ask bill calling before. I knew the genesis stuff we were so young yeah but that band had and then peter gabriel. Was you know the big embassy to them one on peter gabriel. What did he do after everything. He had pretty successful career himself. I would say moderately successful. He had a massive hit your eyes but that was before. We were born

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Craig out. Big Joe off today. Moroccan dance a little to Michael Jackson, all the way. Peter Gabriel lowers the camera shake CDC New Jersey. What a one point five. Cast. Ooh. Oh, man. Swamp. Dog. Baby..

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Peter Gabriel discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Peter Gabriel discussed on WBBM Morning News

"In Genesis, then became the lead singer after the departure of Peter Gabriel. Also as a solo Audie artists he sold an estimated one hundred fifty million units making him one of the world's best selling artists. Also blowing out candles today

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African swine fever hits China herds

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

African swine fever hits China herds

"Fighting and African swine fever. Outbreak that could potentially devastate herds the, disease only affects pigs wild. Boar but it is highly contagious China is the world's largest producer of pork producing as many as six hundred million pigs annually pork is also a staple of the Chinese diet accounting for more. Than sixty percent of animal. Protein N- consumed the appearance of the disease comes as China seeks to shift pig-rearing from farm yards to vast breeding operations. Where waste and the spread of disease, can be better controlled for. Now contaminated areas are being disinfected to block the spread of the disease to other farms African swine fever outbreaks have also been reported in the European Union chiefly in the Baltics Poland and Romania

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In your eyes by peter gabriel our song of the week this going to be tough for me because 'cause is another favorite of mine syndicate little feat a battle with dr so give us a call send us an email tweet us a songs you'd like to hear we may start playing them this earliest next week this week it's in your eyes by peter gabriel and the reason we're playing that is a show about your is we've gotta show an ophthalmology we have a focus area on glaucoma we're gonna take our first glaucoma call now from k into cooler hey hello there and thanks so much taking my call i their morning someone to discuss this for years terex then i developed glaucoma became a teenager and i'm i'm seventy four now so i've been battling this over fifty years and i had been told that i have this in stage dot com so i guess all hope it's time for me except i don't give up hope and i just wanted to know if there's any spatial we starts going to find out what could be done for me okay what's the status of your vision now well they just say light perception i can see some movement i can still see some colors but seems to meet excuse me mind seems to be more different than what i've heard and you can't hit would you considered legally blind yellow yes i've always been legally blind has been legally blind and this is since you're in your teams but yeah i think what i had finished high school one day discovered it and used every drop imaginable i've had every surgery and the surgery would go well but then i would start tissue and the last one that i had done well ahead a corneal transplant and a lynch implant also i mean you name it it you're like our case study for today and i would give anything defense somebody that we'd just sit down with me and let me tell you you know what kind of things are going down because of never heard anybody have what i've got tried to discuss it with ophthalmologist stay i guess probably shave the head and say what in the world you're talking about and when you mentioned that it was a brain you know had to do with your brain that made more sense than anybody has saved me so cable we're going to do is we're gonna have to go to break just a little bit if you're able to hold you know we'll we'll bring you back on after the break all right thank you but i'm gonna i'm gonna ask our doctor dr parl couture from georgia i who's here live in the studio with me because i am curious i'm curious if you if you're if what had happened when you were young would have happened today and if you would have lost your sight when you did and there's so much i think that's changed in the field over your lifetime that it's very different today than it was then and so there may not be a lot could that could be done today to return your eyesight but there could be tremendous amounts of things that could be done to preserve eyesight low similar effective today lot more to cover stay with us and kit.

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Well as play red rain and hit the bricks all right now when you go see peter gabriel are you shouting that from song i'm a big gabriel head but are you you want want it it to to be be over over he wanted to be one song why and he wanted to go exactly ex yeah yeah well clovis i'm a big fan you've turned me into a fan of poetry no we had some weird tension there okay maybe you have a weird facial tic i don't know i might have missed it also might be because i'm hung over well i'm glad you're not drinking now i mean it's you know ten am and you're not drinking or you know i had a ray charles coffee that's coffee with gene in it oh is that what ray charles drank that's already drake okay when you said ray charles coffee i thought you meant like turns you blind there's so much alcohol in it or that's fucked up man he's i beg your pardon big raymond charles fan here look we need to take a break when we come back irlfriend mrs potts is going to be here this is exciting for you she she sort of like this one of the subjects of your last poem exactly so we'll be right back with ms pots and more clovis mandrake and john mullany after this everyone's got akron here i wanna tell you we have new t shirts in the store and these are classics these look really good it's a classic grey t shirts with the motorcycle man logo guy front and center in black it's a very classic looking t shirts the basics baby head over to pod swag dot com slash bang bang pick it up it's really attractive t shirt on one of my favorites we've ever made anyway go check it out.

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"A felony athena and they played the whole double album dilemmas broadway and then they didn't other almost an hour and a half of watcher of the skies and the music with all the heaviest from nearly albums and the the it was presented all these different costumes and makeup given that that was what attribute if i was ever going to be in a man we would have to have a show like that and then the the year office seventy five or so is kuba welcome to nightmare blew me away to completely you know so a lot of people thought he was kissed you know but that was not what inspired me to do those things you know like kiss bagging those days absolutely i solar they're already concepts and stuff but that was not my that came from genesis you would probably not think of but that's the first is peter gabriel was very theatrical performance stream yeah yeah absolutely when you put on when you talk about cancer alice cooper or i don't know for from peter gabriel's perspective but i know from talking to people in the guys in kiss and alice when you when you be put on the makeup and you put on the costume even to this day when you shows do you feel different do you do you you because sometimes they feel like they're almost it's like a superhero going in a different nothing changes your personality nothing changed it happens hotel rooms you know i do because it's small relaxing tonight standing i listen to the through the state that i'm gonna go sing now and then you you preparing you put makeup on it put get into your costume in your hotel prior to getting to the gig and then you just get arrive.

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You they were back your lewis lobi showing a happy birthday peter gabriel day here thank you dragon thing called thymine a you familiar with timing drag the weren't talking at the time there was perfect so be are peter gabriel's birthday sixty eight bat a big career with not only genesis than a big solo career and i really like him as an artist utterly everything he does but i certainly like his artistic musical ability does he felt tour i don't know it's been awhile i haven't noticed in the last couple of years but a few years later gabriel yeah he he toured would staying i saw my two years ago has been a few years i think maybe even last year i saw trying to growing yeah it was either last year the air before but it's been pretty reset he's planned tomorrow in rome also well yes yes to a europe and then he's playing again march 16th in rome why this can be right says peter gabriel dates when the door 14th thing imperial i've been watching bits and pieces of that eric clapton documentary on show it's called my life in twelve bars is really good especially if you're a fan of him i i'm a big creamed fan i like cream allott uh some of the eric clapton solar stuff i could take her leap but cream was a thing cream was rooms cream together far not long just a couple years couple of albums they they ended up the couldn't stay at each other and that you work with ginger baker yeah he was better when i met at said human nightmare japan a in i i like ginger he used to live here we're friends which is shocks me that year friends at them because he wasn't even nice no foot abbey he was gift varieties crabby but he was cool to me well i wouldn't even say he was cool i think he was not even pleasant he was he was even cordial now we've we've had it we had a couple of good time because the way he talks to people in general is not polite we we were to launch a few times and had some really good conversations about music cream but he was very bitter there is no doubt about it i mean he come on the show and he was just bitter and the way he talks tippy by was always talking down and so creed than last for long.

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"peter gabriel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"peter gabriel" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"This week's rock almanac what's the good word rogers in rollers it's me bald free ground here to take you on a trip back in time to this week in rock and roll history starting in nineteen sixty nine when the beatles make their last ever public appearances a group performing on the roof of apple studios in london the performance film for the let it be movie is stopped by police due to noise violations in 1974 keith emerson injures his hands when a rigged piano prematurely explodes during a concert in san francisco in nineteen 76 genesis releases a trick of the tail their first album to feature drummer phil collins has the full timely vocalist following the departure of peter gabriel and this week in 1990 the black rosalie their debut album shake your money maker a staple on rock radio with me richly jealous again twice as hard and she talks the angels there's a look back at this week's rock almanac by sir two and if you were to read the constitution or if you have read the constitution and i urge you to read it in the short is to the point is no mess in a around no wasted words constitutions not very long he can read it in a few minutes but one of the things that you will really clearly take away is it it is a barebones skeletal outline of how you're one of government and because it is a barebones skeletal outline of how you run a government there's lots and lots of gaps in open spaces and empty air and questions and how about this it's not an encyclopedia of ten thousand books with magical answers to every possible question could ever pop up these dudes wrote this thing in the seventeen amy hits who it would have twenty been way two out of date and winter olympics by now if they hadn't just stuck too vague principles like no uh for example uh unreasonable searches and seizures always like the fourth amendment go into the fourth amendment no unreasonable searches and seizures what does that mean well whatever men seventeen aviator seventeen 92 or 18 twelve wore nineteen of six meaning changes the meaning changes over time this is why the constitution has lasted so long but one of the consequences of this is this lots and lots of discretion in each of the three branches of.

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