25 Burst results for "Ray Charles"
Children of Incarcerated Parents with Ebony Underwood
"Hi, my name is under would I'm fighting for the rights of children and young adults impacted by parental incarceration? Sorry Not Sorry Evans thank you so much for doing the podcast. I WANNA start by talking about your story your father has been in prison for more than three decades. Only. Right now they're still funny. Listen I'm GonNa play so you could hear. Paid. Call you. I'm happy charged for this call college from. Being, recorded for. Monitoring. Hold on I'm doing interview but I'm GonNa get into politics because he can talk they're. Sorry no don't be sorry at all I totally get it. You don't WanNa. Miss that phone call. Oh my God. You know why? Because the federal prison system is on lockdown this is the first time national lockdown and like twenty five years. been on lockdown. So the way that he called like we speak very frequently prior to Kobe, but since Calvin with whenever he calls so I can't miss his call. No of course, not especially when it's public health going on just he feel like he is being exposed in a way that makes him very vulnerable. He's sixty six years old. So he is part of what the CDC considers the most vulnerable population to cove is. We did look at. A time for y'all get it. There is an added touch desperation two calls coming out of jails and prisons. Around the country these days guys is called in it and there's no way to escape us. Oh This is what you see. Me noted I love you and you know. I mean at this hour Dabbagh Israel. Confinement. and social distancing are mostly incompatible. Sale. You have to basically figure out how are you going to just because a few feet down from you is another person. Learn scary for me every single day. I. Talked to him over the weekend. So that's why I was okay with letting my sister taught him because he didn't talk to him but I talked to him over the weekend and he shared with me that he actually was tested and he's negative thank God how do we keep him negative? I mean do they have any protocol whatsoever in place because from what we're hearing it's close quarters there's no masks there's no sanitation is that true? So this is what I know about federal institutions right there oldest. That's number one no error. He has been social distancing till the way that they've been doing it as separating people and allowing each group of people I think it's like ten people at a time. So they're like dorms and bunks, and so within his dorm, they allow the men to go out but because of his age he's like it just seems like there's too many people out and I'm a little tired but which is Kinda bad. Because every other day he gets the shower go commissary and like either email or call all within one hour the twenty three remaining hours he's shelter in place in a cell he basically on lockdown. So it's really heartbreaking sides calling his daughters is there anything that is giving him hope in this time the work that I've been doing tell me how old you were father was incarcerated. I don't actually say my age but I'll say this. I like that. Because of the issue that I'm talking about mainly but I was an adolescent young adolescent when my father was incarcerated and it completely devastated me completely I'm sure and that's such a hard age for a young woman anyway. Yeah. I was a young adult. So it was like thirteen fourteen years old when it occurred what effect did it have on you? I mean besides just being hard how did that manifest itself on your being on your heart? Right, so you know the stages of grief I would say most immediately. Just, Kinda give you an overview what happened. So my father was in the music industry he was a music manager promoter and publisher, and at the time of his arrest, he was like the pinnacle of his career like really doing well. So he traveled very often because he promoted records, he would often go to different states go to radio stations to promote different aren't because he couldn't go to everyone he worked for all different labels and so he promoted many different artists. From like Michael Jackson to like Kenny loggins well under yeah. It's a Ray Charles like all of people and so when he was arrested I guess my gut reaction was to just assume that he was on the road writings traveling because there are no real instructions for how this occurs. Right? I believe it was a coping mechanism. Yeah. Probably that is true it amazing how resilient we can become right after Moodley, and so for the first nine months, we act that way so. It's me and my sister, my sister we have the same mom and then I have two other brothers, an older brother and a younger brother and my younger brother was actually president when my father was arrested he was five years old and he was actually there hasn't of the whole arrest fathers in federal prison. So big like da you know these drug charges. Yeah. It was not good. So my sister and I weren't there and so we just kinda like to him being. On the road some of the first nine months we did not see him right and then he calls and he had been calling all along and now it's this new format calling receive a call and you hear this sweetness from a federal institution. Blah. Blah Blah and so okay, that's new. But whatever again Kinda put him in mind and just assuming that he's where he is but he says the US at that nine month part. Are you guys GonNa ever come visit me?
Make Your Zoom Meetings Soar Remote Work John Paul Mendocha - burst 14
"Doing Zoom and working remotely because that's the world that we're currently living in today, and it's probably going to be the world that we're going to be living in for not just. A short period of time but because we're starting to understand that you know what we can get a lot of work done remotely in very a lot of industries we need to grasp, hold its concept being able to do as zoo meeting and do it right all right, and so we're we're GonNa talk about some of these little pieces here as we finish up here in this hour so. Let's talk about a couple of really we you talked about the green screen, but I think one of the things that two things that we need to talk about is audio and video. And bring up to really fabulous points and I am right on it and Let's. Let's talk about the video portion I, what should we know about video because we can make some mistakes there Why I think the the first mistake that we make is that is that when we get into the whole realm of video. We immediately go. Hey High def right I want high. DEF. and. All that sounds good because of course, we're watching I definitely and television and by the way watching something happened. Is Infinitely more. Is Easier and simpler than you actually making it happen. So you want to look at your resolution and see if you can actually tone down your resolution because. They're probably not gonNA WANNA see four K or whatever. And by the way very few people have the bandwidth to do four K. Right now. So video is important and and you WanNa make sure that you understand how your video works, how how it's going to be put together and you can. You could start out inexpensively and you can go very expensively You can actually get a really decent zoom call out of a iphone or android with with a face with a front facing camera. But what you WanNa do you WanNa get a stand and have this stand hold it instead of you because let's face it. If if you're holding your camera, you know if you're holding like this way you know and you've got this little jitter will cause your hand will get tired and you're doing this stuff You're not going to be not going to be very effective. So just make sure that you understand that and and you know. Test see what is like also, you can make videos on your on your PC, your Mac you know on your laptop makes videos and see what the camera it looks like. Big Mistake that people make is they got nostril cam going that's great. You know which one I'm talking about right. Looks like it looks like Sherwood forest up there but you know you got these guys who they don't even they're clueless by the way if you want to know how to make your laptop, go up up up, I will give you the cheap way to do it. You could go get some paper that would go into your printer and just keep stacking up keep stacking up. Reams of paper until have the right line of sight. So people aren't looking up there and going. I wonder. Don't want them to wonder, hey, how's how's that? For a really inexpensive way to do that and you're right you know you can take books or whatever to raise your laptop if you don't have a separate camera, I think probably you and I, I have a camera on a tripod that's a USB camera attached here so I'm looking right at it, but you don't have to have. That you don't have to spend that money to do that type of thing. So you most as you point out in the book, most of your laptops have a camera in there. Let's get rid of knows. Kim Let's. Let's get some books and let's get that. Let's get that raised there. So we can see you right. Let's talk about audio. Let's talk about audio because I think we we think that because Ron video that audio is not important, but it really is critical. Isn't it? Audio's very important. Now, I I happen to prefer just because of my personal style and what I do is I wear I, wear a gaming headset so you can go buy a gaming headset for seventy. Bucks. Plug into a USB and it does a good job. It it. You know it sounds good by the way it kills lots of surrounding noise and that makes me the MIC stand. You know. So matter how much moving my head and it's funny because I, what I'm. Looking at buying headsets I was talking to. Somebody. Who is really a good audio engineering and we're talking about my problem, which is I had a really nice microphones like Jay has in fact, I have several but the problem is I would come off center. So my volume would keep getting funky and changed and he said, well, tell me how much you move your head and I said, well, it's got like halfway between Ray Charles and Stevie. Wonder. and. Said Okay here's the solution. The solution is you have to be the Mike Stand. So I bought actually have multiple headsets but for for seventy bucks at a best buy, you can buy cheaper but you know you now have this and it's great isolation people are I watch a lot of people who take the little headset that comes with their phone and they have that they're holding the microphone up to them and let's face it a microphone. That's the size of a pinhole. That's that's what your voice is being replicated through. Right so you spend a few bucks you'll get a, it'll be a lot better. Some people don't like to wear these because it makes them look I. Don't know whatever. But you know you gotta think in terms of a good microphone and you can get pretty decent microphones for less than one hundred bucks.
"ray charles" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Now Ray Charles and America in honor of you thank you he this six spacious Justin comes to an end the weekend begins now hang in there America hang in there each and every one of you use common sense but don't freak out.
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead
"The right songs all the time. What's your process life stuff going stuff going on in my head? All the time Right now I'm I'm kind of writing all the time. Yeah it comes out very very slowly slower than slug in a trance but But keep at it. Yeah in the past. You worked a lot with lyricist and I understand. He passed away. Is that How do you fill that gap? Or How do you magic working going forward? We'll have always you know always working with John Birla liras host but I always road like half of alerts or usually wrote half alert as and would you have come first. And he would finish them. Generally speaking yeah Generally speaking I would come up with whatever it was that Mary that lyric to that music understood and and you'd have already the framework Melania. Leave yeah the phrasing. Yeah or you know some big notion of that yes would would. How often would a song change from the initial spirit? When writing it does not alone. Sometimes you get way different and a song as a I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA die right in here as long as a life form. It's a you know an alien life form It's organic Actually had a dream A few weeks back while Jerry came to me in the dream and Introduced a song in this song came in and it was like it was kind of it looked kind of like a great big. Rec Room sized ethereal sheepdog and it was big and friendly and came up and stiff me and I did a little bit. Came back at me and it was. It was interactive and and and then we you know then we started playing and singing the song that we we were in it. We were in the song part of it. We were part of that functioning organism tests and the dream. Sort trailed off into whatever into wherever dreams go but That just confirmed my sis. My my notion that held for the longest time that they're a song as a life form in a coming visits us and a income through certain people for whatever reasons are S and it or whatever attractions are and when it's time for it to come it's GonNa come through. You're through someone else. Yeah coming coming to this world and has come into sniff around in visit and And and hang yes and you know those goose characters in those songs you know they come in they tell their stories and and they're they're you know they they just WanNa be heard. It's beautiful just beautiful too when you woke up. Did you remember the song Not Very well. It was a jazz ballad We were singing. We were doing a duet on it when you don't hear many of those Dalit But in this particular case you know jazz ballad do do songs often come to you in in dreams. A lot of MUIRA. That's great the good ones. Yeah what a Gift I. Sometimes I'll have someone come into dream. It's hard for me to to keep them. You know it's hard for them to hang around right. Yeah you gotta get right on and what. I've what I've found is I've sort of made a deal with my little deal with my muse. Yes were you know no matter what time of day no matter what? I'm getting up I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa you know I'm going to PICK UP MY GUITAR. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get enough of it down so that You know otherwise. Refrigerator taught visiting. Yeah and with the way you'd get it down to record something or might it meteorite. Saw generally a phone makes it real easy these days? Yeah so you'll sing it into the phone. Yeah singing and playing into your own. How did how would set lists work in in the band? Well that's interesting though the way. The dead the grateful dead used to do it is Janna would be his to start or my turn to start and take turns back and forth. We'd take aways yeah and then While we figure out the first couple of tunes that we were GonNa do maybe I three and then would generally come up with what we're GONNA wrap the setup with says right here on paper and then Then while Jerry was singing I had all the time on earth to figure out what I wanted to do next and often as not. I'd try to coax that tune out of the when we were planning when when it was done to route that went up and then he'd be doing the same thing when I was in. And would they always come or did you? Did you have a list of things to draw from you? Just always have him enough looking around or the end I you know toward the end. It was handy to have a list. Because you're the repetoire pretty expansive and and we try to stay up on all the tunes that we've brought around so we have you know the way we did things we you know. We never got around to tune. Maybe once a week. Yes how we'd cover songs work their way into the set Sometimes they just came up. You know under a signature liquor or something like that would Oh we're planning that okay. Here goes nothing. I know that there's some covers that would work their way into work their way around often in over a long period of time. Are there any that that just didn't work? Plenty plenty of weed trial ones. Who Ethic went. We tried to Pig Pen tried zing. And this is a man's world yeah I think we actually did that twice just to make sure that we it was. That bad is in theory. That sounds like that could have been good. Yeah Yeah you know we have no control over those never till you never tell how different were the members of the band. Would you say from each other like music? Wise taste-wise well. We had pig pen. Who was very very funky. He was all about blues and not much else. And then we had phil who was Into classically classically trained and And and Sort of sort of moonlighted in the Jazz World Mickey was a Marshal Drummer. He played martial. Music was a national champion rudimentary. Snare drummer he played one of those big field drums in Hindi while marching billy's I finally figured out who billy's a major influence was and he never he. I pointed it out to him. Any E allowed as I was spot on Was There was a certain era of Ray Charles that that drummer. Yeah I am. Billy Billy captured that lilt and. I don't think he I don't think he even knew he did it. I don't he. He was thinking. Consciously doing a consciously attempting to do that. It just happened and then jury was. Jerry was all over the place you loved Hilo. But he's I think is deepest. Love was probably a string band music country Buick
"ray charles" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Every Friday in honor of you the American people Ray Charles in America here you go he in this six spacious just see the the week is officially.
Harvey Weinstein gives interview insisting he’s a champion of women
"If you see this Harvey Weinstein interview what was he thinking he gives this interview where he talks about the greatest savior of women in America nobody put more women in movies are made them directors or producers are made movies about women then Harvey mackay needs a new crisis manager yeah but I think that's the problem and again in casino all the mob bosses you so when they got indicted immediately they were suddenly in wheel chairs with neck braces and intravenous that's what he's doing he's he never showed up the court in a Walker yeah and then in this interview it's in the New York Post he releases the picture of him in the hospital with intravenous just like the gangsters in casino not page six column walking around a target store yes he's gonna have a problem because he's gonna get caught is with the walkers stumbling member Bill Cosby when he went to trial he was blindfolded area he had these big Ray Charles glasses in the he had two canes about one two canes it was blind America bumping into everything now now in prison apparently he's go running around this I say to suddenly perfect it was a miracle I wish she would release whatever the treatment was the suddenly cures his blindness he was totally blind throughout the trial watch if Harvey is acquitted he will throw that Walker right out in front of the courthouse will throw it right in the garbage his argument is he's done more for women in film than any other filmmaker yet that doesn't make any sense at all so they give him the right to sexually abuse people yeah wasn't Barbra Streisand a successful director long before Harvey Weinstein got the business there were plenty of a very successful film of a Lucille Ball was a under own studio employed plenty people I'm she ran a studio long before Harvey Weinstein came along with a million examples so that see excuse so like it Bernie made off give a ton of money to charity you're not allowed to arrest him now this is like the Joe Biden Terry you're not allowed to investigate me and I'd love to do anything to
Sesame Street' turns 50: Our favorite celebrity visitors to the neighborhood
"An iconic children's TV show is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this weekend CBS's Deborah reek as Stevie Wonder taught Grover to saying or tried to anyway put a little more feeling into it the more feeling modern family Sofia Vergara gave Elmo Spanish lessons me map it learned an important lesson from Ray Charles Billy Joel serenaded Oscar the grouch changes just a few of the many high profile humans who paid a visit to Sesame Street over the past fifteen years different Rodriguez CBS
Count on feeling nostalgic as 'Sesame Street' turns 50
"Been a part of American children's lives for about a half a century the ground breaking TV show Sesame Street correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Stevie Wonder taught Grover to saying or tried to anyway modern family Sofia Vergara gave Elmo Spanish lessons don't worry and me map it learned an important lesson from Ray Charles and Billy Joel serenaded Oscar the grouch changes in just a few of the many high profile humans who paid a visit to Sesame Street over the past fifteen years Rodriguez CBS
"ray charles" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"America by Ray Charles your honor here we go. you. in. spacious. still. see. alright folks the week.
"ray charles" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Sold great Ray Charles his last name was really Robinson on route sixty six we've got another Ray Charles leading the rate Charles singers this guy's real name was Charles Raymond Offenburg he was music director for a lot of TV shows like the Perry Como show the Glen Campbell good time hour and Shonda this. hundred and one years old..
"ray charles" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Ray Charles was born in Albany Georgia and became a singer songwriter musician and composer among friends and fellow musicians he preferred being called brother rate Charles was flying from the age of seven he pioneered the genre of soul music during the nineteen fifties by combining blues rhythm and blues and gospel styles into the music he recorded for Atlantic Records Frank Sinatra once called him the only true genius central business Charles down late this notion. in two thousand two Rolling Stone ranked Charles number ten on its list of the one hundred greatest artists of all time and number two on their November two thousand eight list of the one hundred greatest singers of all time. late in two thousand to raise Charles called a meeting of his twelve children at a hotel near Los Angeles Tammy showed up and ranged in age from sixteen to Feb he told me was terminally ill and then five hundred thousand dollars was born in cross for each child to be paid out over five years the description was very vague and open to interpretation Charles died at seventy three in Beverly hills in June of two thousand four after a long battle with cancer Charles is a state was worth seventy five million dollars by some estimates the life of all but the five hundred thousand to the Ray Charles foundation this relatively small bequest to his children and ill defined remarks from Charles knighted and a state battle which started soon after he died and continued for years another reason why it is vitally important to meet with the crew but actual college who will listen to your goals for retirement a legacy planning and could implement a total retirement income plan taking into account all necessary details. welcome back in the living large radio and consumer advocate Chris Brent our alongside as always mark and reheat Charlotte's premiere Welcoat founder.
"ray charles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Diana Krall was happy to oblige with Ray Charles the song book on W. NYC yeah I'm only human and falling in the one to one to be in love to be in love in.
"ray charles" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Ray Charles was born in Albany Georgia and became a singer songwriter musician and composer among friends and fellow musicians he preferred being called brother right Charles was flying from the age of seven I am here the genre of soul music during the nineteen fifties by combining blues rhythm and blues and gospel styles again to the music he recorded for Atlantic Records Frank Sinatra once called him the only true genius in show business Charles down late this notion in two thousand two Rolling Stone ranked Charles number ten on its list of the one hundred greatest artists of all time and number two on their November two thousand eight list of the one hundred greatest singers of all time late in two thousand two rate Charles called a meeting of his twelve children at a hotel near Los Angeles Tammy showed up and ranged in age from sixteen to Feb he told me was terminally ill and then five hundred thousand dollars was put in trust for each child to be paid out over five years the description was very vague and open to interpretation Charles died at seventy three in Beverly hills in June of two thousand four after a long battle with cancer Charles is a state was worth seventy five million dollars by some estimates he laughed all but the five hundred thousand to the Ray Charles foundation this relatively small bequest to his children and ill defined remarks from Charles at night and a state battle which started soon after he died and continued for years another reason why it is vitally important to meet with the crew but actual coach who will listen to your goals for retirement and legacy planning and could implement a total retirement income plan taking into account all necessary details Hey folks welcome back in the living large radio and consumer advocate Chris Brent our alongside as always mark and reheat Charlotte's premiere Welcoat founder and CEO.
"ray charles" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"ray charles" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"America Ray Charles and honor of you my beloved audience. Pru. Contract. Spacious skies. Majesty. Day. All the moms out there. Happy birthday to my wonderful, son. Chase we salute our armed forces..
An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison
"Next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't
"ray charles" Discussed on WTVN
"How you doing, sir? Hi crump. Hey, listen, Hillary did not erase the emails. She kept copies of the incriminating emails if she has any everybody, and that's why we're protecting. Her is the only thing that makes sense. Democrats Republicans DOJ FBI they have to protect her to keep her silent. She has the proof. She's not stupid. She kept it. She did not erase it. Wait a minute point. I wanna what proof of what? In other words, everybody going through that server every dirty deal that went down came through that server. They also get reelected nothing would ever come out. And she raced she did not erase it. She's not stupid. She kept incriminating evidence from everybody in all the emails all the payoffs everything that server so now. Makes sense. Why do they all this Ray Charles can see that she committed crimes they won't do anything because she has proof and she can put them all in jail. That's what's going on. I believe I find I find this fascinating. What this is is a hold over people of a certain age have this impression of the Clintons when they were in office. There was the story that they had five hundred FBI files on people members of CONGRESS Republicans members of the media, they were blackmailing people left and right. That's how they got away with everything. And this sounds like a continuation that they've moved on from five hundred FBI files to every bit of dirt that anybody in the Obama administration ever did Hillary's got it inner emails, she didn't erase them. And chicken nail anybody anytime she wants. And so they've got to go to the earth to protect her. I don't think that's what's going on. But if it were I wouldn't be surprised, but I I think I think there's much more happening here than doing the work that the.
"ray charles" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"How you doing, sir? Hey. Listen, Hillary did not erase the emails she kept copies of the incriminating emails if she has any everybody, and that's why they protect you. Her is the only thing that makes sense. Democrats Republicans DOJ FBI they have to protect her to keep her silent. She has the proof stupid. She she did not erase it in that way to bitcoin. Wh what proof of what? In other words, everybody going through that server every dirty deal that went down came through that server Dalyell thought she's going to get reelected nothing would ever come out. And she raced. She did not race it. She's not stupid. She kept incriminating evidence from everybody in all the emails all the payoffs everything that server so now. To make sense. Why do they all this Ray Charles can see that she committed crimes they won't do anything because she has proof in seeking put them all in jail. That's what's going on. I believe I find I find this fascinating. At what this is. A holdover the people of a certain age have this impression of the Clintons when they were in office. There was the story that they had five hundred FBI files on people members of CONGRESS Republicans members of the media, they were blackmailing people left and right. That's how they got away with everything. And this sounds like a continuation of that they moved on from five hundred FBI files to every bit of dirt that anybody in the Obama administration ever did Hillary's got it. Enter emails, she didn't erase them. And chicken nail anybody anytime she wants. And so they've got to go to the MD earth to protect her. I don't think that's what's going on. But if it were I wouldn't be surprised, but I I think I think there's much more happening here. Then. Doing the work that the mainstream American media just won't do rush on the network. When our health insurance? Renewal notice.
"ray charles" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"All right Ray Charles in America just for you here we go Beauty He rose crew Country God Success Yeah Ways Yeah Uh-huh Well All. Right the weakest officially over the weekend begins right, now don't forget,.
"ray charles" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"We have to do the commercial announcements will take you though to nineteen sixty four for this song and. The top he got up to number three nationally for the Ray. Charles, singers no not that. Ray Charles this is a. Different guy a matter, of fact his name was not really. Ray Charles it was, Charles Raymond Offenburg and, my gosh he would be one hundred, years old but he formed a singing group and, they said they will love you with all. Their heart Now we got.
Actress and paralympian criticises The Rock for playing amputee in 'Skyscraper'
"Have to hire. So just look for. I dunno Caitlyn Jenner As the transgender massage parlor owner in a first. Acting role starring role as Dante text Gil I can't think of, anybody else is out there maybe. The woman who. Plays in the orange is? The, new black, maybe a couple of those. People I don't know are they are the transistor. Yes transgender actors one. Or two of them I think, oranges or at least. One, black woman I, forget her name she's pretty well, known a great great job of actor yeah forget her name but there's a couple of Betsy but the point the point is you want to hire. Somebody who's got acting chops? To play a role to play. A. Man when they're a woman. You, know what I mean that's that's what. The whole idea right so it doesn't stop there apparently there's, a film that it's called skyscraper it's like one of those big disaster movie types and Dwayne the rock Johnson is in it, and he's playing a a. Paraplegic Yeah so I guess they had. To. Use a lot of CGI. So, a former Perot Libyan is blasting Dwayne. Johnson for playing an amputee in this movie this well why, don't you hire somebody who doesn't have legs the play the part Johnson not gonna go to, that movie The want to see the rock Let's go. See? The. Rock with no legs really yeah he's only missing one leg Yeah it's all the same right so, they're saying why don't you so now I guess if you're going, to be playing so it's kind of like if you're, gonna redo the movie Ray. You're gonna hire, a blind person to play Ray Charles who doesn't really have any first of all you have to really. Work hard to get a braille script that's going to. Be too. Much of a there's. Only one person they're going to play that. Role? It. Was it was Jamie FOX He was brilliant in that movie is Ray Charles, you believe he was Rachel's. That's called acting, I don't need a blind person play another blind person like you said unless it's a documentary so this. Is the PC police have gotten completely out of hand. In this. World that's like getting Amputate actor, to replace Lieutenant Dan and forest exactly exactly. Was great in that brilliant yeah and they could have, gotten somebody but, probably nobody has a. Is Gary Sinise and plus you put a lot of CG guys out of work. That's not right Radio. On news talk eight fifty w., f. t. l. Shannon Bill rich Joyce and barsky now on I tunes and Google play your favorite shows smell. Available on demand Stay connected, whenever you want news talk eight fifteen T. l. This report brought to you..
"ray charles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You know and re you how the just right not waited for the day and the player and i tell you that's route alright a school today because started out right now parts for you know most times when you when when the rangers do i'm sure you know this i'm just saying for this to get owners a rangers right now school of furthers and and when the right just call the right to parts well i wanted to hear the music so bad out right departs firs and right to score afterward it's kind of back when i mean i interviewed crawford who who played in your band in the slated as you know nothing audience for not a lot of years yeah and you're music director for was that's right and he said that when you did in and arrangement where he would do would be to call out the notes that's right i don't you're right that's right yeah and and that that that was a strange i figured always huge seeing the part for the person who is trying no no no no called out the what littered channel him what no to write that out if not canada knows i don't have to worry about what i'm saying you know you know out of tune do that led to the point right now right yeah he can't be no mistake you see you have me yeah or a homage wanted to cause i know how to to get in technically all you got to do is right when i attended that we can be no mistake with a whole and he i'm not one that just right on the mend you know i hear it right oh here with them so but it honestly com she shot was he showed up all over the world we're listening back to my nineteen ninety eight in every with ray charles there's more after a break this is fresh air.
"ray charles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Supporting friend here comes from enviar member stations and from ability mullen to gates foundation dedicated to the belief that all lives have equal value and working with partners to help envision a world where every person has the opportunity to live a healthy productive life gates foundation dot org and from and george lucas educational foundation creator about you tell via celebrating twenty five years of showcasing what works in kate twelve education ouch and you tokyo dot org this is fresh air let's get back to my nineteen ninety eight interview with ray charles which has recorded after the release of the box that collecting his country recordings i want to play another personal favorite from your country according sin in this is you don't know me oh yeah right it would which also why why you chose this all i i think again the sounds that that she was i start with delivered one of the lyric shame too well comma story on the tending me i guess is like an actor who looks at a script you know because you know when you look at their east you gotta tell a story in three minute you know you know have two hours like you do would you got us with your you you got to see which you got a shame and make it believe the ball with entering that so i with the years and when asked over delivers to know my chef know how many people lindor sound it i mean doesn't sound like most people can relate to it and you tell yourself you give you and me and then you shave your i watch you walk away you know oh you when you in here so much as i can stop eleven you've made a mountain that just figured people stayed and in so always stalwart to lyrics to to see doesn't carry in a real meaning not just for me but for the people move on to be listening to me let's here you don't know me in the semis written by from do walker and eddie arnold and this is ray trials nineteen sixty two recording event now read issued on his speedy bucks that the complete country in western recording flanking fifteen nine to nineteen a sex.
"ray charles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Let's put this one and you know so the well this big question you know began to take form take shape and reckoned look weed out the song was there were so it it didn't feel good to us that we would slip west open sugar that one and what focus on the ones that we did like that fill right down the right and if i don't like the performance although song i would keep trying to him to take after take until it felt comfortable with me and felt the but it was going out of me and my guitar low voice as a want that it was rougher marshall let's talk about it all those things are not on first down in a rut got really excited about it but then we learn the studio oh and tried to record somewhat the different musician joyner didn't than floundered and more so we put together the of more just a torn muscle yeah it's really good to get it that whether sometimes just so the emotional a make it there's so much emotion in your voice i just up go comes across really clearly johnny cash i want to thank you so much for talking with us i was so you're really good what to do and i appreciate you thank you my interview with johnny catches recorded in nineteen ninety seven we have another archive interview with another music icon ray charles after we take a trip break i'm jiri gross and this is fresh the show not be him i mean joe's lack of three that's planted his adding i should not be in and then him going adding i should not be move jonas ally serene that's splendid time.
"ray charles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You know i'm really you how the just right not waited for the day and the play that and tell you that's what i don't write a school today because us thought about right now parts for you know most times when you when when the rangers do i'm sure you know this i'm just saying finishing at owners arrangement right now school of starters and and when me right just call the right departs well i wanted to hear the music so bad out right departs first and right to score after with and it's gonna back to we know i interviewed and crawford who who played in your band indiana slated as you know about the knowledge the years yeah yeah and you're music you're out there for was that's right and he said that when you did in and arrangement where he would do would be to call out the notes that's right i don't you're right that's right yeah and and that that that was a strange after get always huge sing the part for the person who is trying no no no no call now though i would literally channel him what no to write that if out canada no i don't have to worry about what i'm saying and out you know out of two new out for the point ryan alright yeah he can't be no mistake yes you have me yeah all of it watch because i know how to to get in technically all he got to do is right when i tended that we can be no mistake with a whole and he i'm not not home it just right on the mend and i hear it right oh here with m's when i say he is seen shot she shop wishing shop all over the world we're listening back to my nineteen ninety eight in every with ray charles there's more after break this is fresh air that is we take this break and fresh air will look at their thanksgiving day community calendar put together by paul tillman starting with liver moore's box well arts center serving one thousand three thanksgiving dinner still five o'clock this afternoon at twenty four sixty six eight street in live or more in this is a free event but a ricco tromba is offering free international vegetarian cuisine along with the classical indian music concert the dinner.