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David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team

"You know, when you came back, when you came back in the speech writing process when I was a young lawyer, it was staffed around. I remember the chief justice of the United States at that time in associate council, arguing with Peggy noonan. That was a murderous row of speechwriters over which we had Bill sapphire and Ray Price and Pat Buchanan. And Nixon. Yeah, and then John McLaughlin came in for a lead in the game with Nixon, but he was around for a while. Ben Stein. It was a terrific group. It was about 50 people. If you look at speechwriting and their sports staff and then the research staff and then we also headed the letters and so correspondent section. So it was about 50 people there. And I ran that for a while.

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"ray price" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"ray price" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"We had the first round, what was the Randall white? Who was that woman who just put things up? Anyway, they went Dan's what I discovered about government and it's gone with me the rest of my life is part of it is about business and real policy and that's meaningful, but also there's part of it's about showbiz. There's also part of it that is storytelling as you talk about in Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year, year and a half and through some pretty tough times as you recall. But any of that. By the time I was sort of in and when Ford came in, they named a replacement for me without asking. And so I immediately was looking around for a job and I called Bill Simon who was treasury secretary and become a friend. And he said, listen, come work for me. So I went over to the Treasury Department for about a year. And over there, they I tried to teach them about politics or at least at least the extent I understood it and they tried to teach me about economics. David, when I read Hart's touch with fire, it's kind of like a diary for me because the wonderful and great Ray Price brought me to San Clemente to be a ghost writer for folks. And then yeah, as mentors, as mentors. And this is a book about mentoring. And so I wanted to bring that up. But I also want people to know, I went to work in The White House as a young lawyer for Fred fielding in the Reagan years, but you were kind of higher in the chain of command. I'd see you in the mess, but I wouldn't talk to you because you didn't talk to the people here. Tell us, tell us what you did in the Reagan years. Well, in the 40 years, eventually, you know, let me tell you one little forge story. Please. You have time. Oh, yes. So Ford, as you recall, this is a real story about a stab, actually. As you recall, Ford was given, when I went back to I was invited by Ford to come back John rumsfeld and Dick Cheney reached out. So come on back to The White House under four, which I did. And I was sort of named, I don't know, some adviser to the president. I was still very fairly junior. And any event, the speechwriting process and there was excruciating because the way we would review for speech where the president was about to make was on Mondays, we would get together and we have all the speech that he was going to give that week. We'd have drafts. And we sit down and nobody had ever seen except in the speed train stat. Nobody ever seen the speeches until we got into that meeting, and then the way we critiqued his speech was we would everybody would go to page one of the speech and we'd read it for the first time. And then we would make comments about where what needed to be changed. Then we go to page two and page three. It was excruciating. I couldn't stand it because we never read the full speech. We had no idea where the speech was going. And it was like, and we wound up and giving a lot of speeches were sort of one syllable speeches. Dick and Jane, and so but anyway, after we left The White House after Ford was back into private life. About 6 or 8 months in. I got a call from his office. Saying, president of course, got a speech he needs to make. He's got a draft. Do you like the look at the draft? Can he call you at home tonight? I said, sure. So I got to speech. It was elegant. Elegant, three, four syllable words, well constructed, very persuasive. And so I thought it was a beautiful speech. The only problem is it's not a Ford speech. It's not see dick run. So he called me that night. And he said, well, what'd you think? And I could hear him puffing away on his pipe. And I said, well, mister president, it's very good speech, but it's not your speech. Do you want me to rewrite it in your hand in your way of thought? And he started chuckling as he had, and I said, well, what's happening? He said, actually, David, this is the first time I've had space in my life. For a number of years, I could really write my own speech. This is it. And I thought, oh my God, for the last 12 to 18 months, we've been having this guy give terrible speeches in our heads as they were way.

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David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 3 months ago

David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"

"In Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year,

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"ray price" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"ray price" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Okay. Why does Hitler kill himself? I don't know. He got his gas bill. All right. Check that is terrible. You know, David, you also listen to talk radio. And there are a couple of stories in here where you do not name. I know who says my friends before every ad. I know who let the creep of embedded advertising into radio. And it's everywhere now. You listen very well. How's it doing? 'cause you know, I'm no longer on it when you can hear me. I'm on now from three to 6 in the morning out in LA. You can't hear me anymore, unless you're just like completely up at the dawn or you're listening on the podcast. But it used to be a regular listener. How do you think talk radio is doing in the new age? I think it's doing, I think it's doing great. But you know, talking about a lot of my book is trying to figure out what is true, right? What is actually true? What do I know that's true and the old as an official Barkley said, the test of truth is what I trust my life to it, right? So what I'm trying to figure out is what is true. And the other test that I know what is true is the old boy scout test. I was the boycott loved the boys codes. My dad was an employee in American. And the pest is, I can't leave the fire until it's out. Until the fire is absolutely out. So the question is, how do I tell them for fire absolutely out? And the answer is, can I hold the ashes in my hand? So that's the test of truth. So people say, it's true that there's no such thing as a man or a woman. And a lot of people hold that for various reasons. But nobody believes that so the question is not, is it true that there's no such thing as a man or a woman, everybody knows the answer to that, although it might be inconvenient for state, but the question is what is true? And the answer is truth is what you trust your life care. That is, that's not in a book and maybe you need another book. I want to read page one 25. I find myself you right. Today in a beach chair, with a Negroni. My reminisce is leading me to similarly wondering as Tolstoy did. What have I done? So how do you answer that question, David Matt? Well, what I've done is, you know, like they say, if you bring a child up in the ways of the lord, he will not depart from it when he is old, right? Right. But they don't say what he's going to do in the middle. So, you know, I'm getting up on 75 years old. I've had a phrase call, I've had a less of life and wonderful children, an angel of a wife, and I've spent my time writing from the time I was a little kid. And I thought that I was going to end up under a bridge because I never studied and everyone told me I was stupid. So I said, oh, I get it. I'm going to end up looking under a bridge. That's a shame, but I can do that. I didn't realize not only that there was such a thing as being a playwright, but that there was such a thing as a good life. I didn't realize that. And I was blessed with by circumstance and by talent. And by God, with finding out that society in that day and today, in ways which I'm not quite sure of their identity, but they must exist, said to certain people, you know what, stop flowing the field, sit over there on a rock and tell us a funny story. That's a good thing. That's a good thing. Tell us a funny story. I want to say anyone who moves the river of the language even a little bit. Wag the dog. Well, that happened, or my favorite, put down, put that copy down copy it for closures. If you've moved the river of the language a little bit, it's been a significant life, but that doesn't tell you if it's been a good life. What tells you if it's been a good life? Oh, excellent. So the question is, I wrote a book a book for kids with my friend Donald soul for wonderful painter, wonderful Peter Donald sold them. And illustrated book by about compartments for the kid wants to have a bar mitzvah. And she's really confused. And he says his grab by doesn't help him and he doesn't understand what his railway saying and his parents don't help him. And he sits down and he talks to this and he happens to be called, you can watchmaker who's the Jewish story or myth of the 36 just man. There's also 36 trust men. Some of them could be men or women. Nobody knows who they are. But they're set here to save the world. They have a name, don't they? Don't they have a name? I guess the fact the just. They do, but escapes me. Because Ray Price had a great compliment played to him as my mentor. He wasn't Joyce said you're one of these 36 and he told me the name I can never remember, but continue, please. The watchmaker is talking to the sitting with the watchmaker and the kid has sort of watchmakers of course use we talk to each other in terribles. That's how Jerry's talk, right? We call them jokes. But they're terrible. So for example, let me remind you about the watch marks. There's almost talk about geniuses because I revered Jews. I don't worship them because I'm the barred by doing so because I'm a Jew. I will not I would gladly accept Jesus for my personal savior. But I can't because I'm a Jew. So that's one of the costs of being a Jew, right? So I see the things that Jesus says, he says that you're just somebody hit me on the cheek, what should I do, turn the other cheek? If they do so how does somebody put my hook what should I do, give me your card? Jesus, I don't know how much I should give to charity. If everything you have, right? So these are extraordinarily Jewish responses because they make you think, right? They cause you to think under the same responses that we find in a hasidic literature. And in jokes. They said, wait a second. I got to stop for a second and think about that. So that the parables of Jesus, the parables and the Torah, the Old Testament. There are myths that meant to make us faith. Right, cement to stop the process and say, wait a second. God says Abraham pick your son up and kill him. That can't be right. And Abraham says I will and the son agrees. That can't be right. And then God stops his hand. Well, that makes sense, but the story is troubling..

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"ray price" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"ray price" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Four. Yeah yeah growing up. We grew up second kind of thing a bluegrass kinda like bluegrass. Kinda like country. Music were blues is soul music kind of popular to an extent but in general is coming. Mars lives in the corner from not being as modern as without. You know what i mean. Yeah that's a perfect analogy. I mean it's for country folk. The country of the countries all in this case and confined like no labels and festivals. Not so much like no out. In the top forty you know but that it filled unopposed a piece of the puzzle for me because up reading about people like bill monroe and flat and scruggs. They would be sort of shunted off into the bluegrass chapter but they would mention how all these hits and they were on the ground a la brea and stuff and and it just didn't quite tie but when you hear these mixes of song radio chart hits country. Radio chart hits from the late forties fifties into the early sixties. The bluegrass too blend in pretty well. Because you know you're pretty raw country hikes senior ray price etcetera and and you know fits seamlessly in after the mid sixties there kind of exiled and it's people like the new lost city ramblers. Who are coming out of the urban fulcher vibe. These guys are the ones who were the most focused on really reviving the harry smith anthology american music which is honestly just a sampler of commercial blues and country records you know he redefined stuff is folk music that had originally been seen as commercial music when it was released and the new lost city. Ramblers took it real serious. Did real good versions and they brought mother may to the newport folk festival which opens the floodgates for these bluegrass artists to go to these folk festivals. Start planning to college campuses and quote. Bluegrass band began to create create. Its own world with the exception of flattened scruggs who have a massive number one hit country hit and a pop hit. I don't think it's a number one. Pop hit but it was a big hit with the beverly hillbillies theme song in nineteen sixty three to sixty seven with the thing with the foggy mountain breakdown. 'cause that was used as theme the to the bunny quite exactly the the warren beatty faye dunaway. Just a classic movie that was absolutely on the cutting edge at the time. Also big popular success so far and and that's a trend..

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"ray price" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Anderson's grace hits album the very first one you know and i'm like wow there's something there you know still kind of still kind of wimpy but maybe because he's on decca hit a little bit harder than had a right to you know yeah and i wondered if his limitations singer wasn't why he wasn't the one who did city lights for example like I mean maybe it was his career placement. He roy ray prices obviously bigger you. So i just kind of made me wonder if that whispering bill thing was just a way to get around his limitations as a singer but we also should bring up ray price because they talk about him and it's very important that he was the one guy who wrote out the rockabilly era. Even the leuven brothers have electric cars on their records of this period and right price is keeping the fiddles front and center and totally the representative be champion of hardcore country to this whole period with the legendary texas shuffle and so definitely wanna mention price who Redan thing about it. You know that that that walking bass yeah. Yeah it's it's yeah it's it's even as much is that they were talking about He's mr hardcore country and he is with the arrangements but his songs in his beats are innovative and and being in the shuffle pattern from the blues. So even mr pure is not quite so pure and of course ironically growing up my best friend. Danny's dad who had this great fifties record collection of chuck berry and hank williams and george johnson introduced us to so much stuff and he would tell us about that heartbreaking day when ray price sold out my country politics so but but the reason that hurts so much because there's this period in the fifties when right price was was absolutely carrying the torch for pure hardcore country and keeping it going. But we'll talk about that sixties period. Next time when we continue our discussion of kim burns country any final thoughts on this episode. James oppose pretty cool. I mean this kind of crossover period always fascinate me. You know in a lot a lot of ways. Of course a lot of crossover crossover hit the nearly get around to like. I mean big bad john by jimmy dean who admittedly. I wasn't a fan of that song but most most of the things i've heard by him. nearly nearly light rain belts for me. You know but that song in his delivery you know so powerful you know on also like who else would say would they to say the word hell twice on record in nineteen sixty one. Yup yup yup yup that was a pretty bold controversial thing and asserted also mentioned. I don't know if i mentioned before that. Talk about roger miller and they also talk about roger millar. Finding the plane wreck that patsy. Kline hawkins were in. I did not know that that roger millar climbed a forest fire tower in the forest out there was a nashville and actually led the way the body..

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"ray price" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

Serve to Lead | James Strock

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on Serve to Lead | James Strock

"Columnist of that era on a man of the left in New York, a set of Richard Nixon that he had the best political antenna that kempton had ever seen and he gave an example that when he talked to Nixon very early on about John Lindsay, that Nixon dismissed Lindsay's future and said, no, in four years, he'll be gone. It'll be a Democrat. There's no future for him. On the path he's on. It sounds like Nixon just had this tremendous strategic sense informed by a real eye for detail on things like politics or sports. It's a very interesting aspect of his character. I think you put your finger on it. And it is, it is so profoundly him that it was hard for him to get people to look beyond that. Everybody thought he was just totally obsessed by the politics that he was ruthless that he was brilliant at it, except when it came ultimately ultimately to his himself in the Watergate scandal. But he had this acute ability to observe a political situation. But there was so much more. And he wasn't just a, I guess to continue with an answer to your question. What did I take away? I didn't know him for the Lake, nor in the depth that a pap Buchanan knew him from the right. Nor that a Ray Price, doing no relation who was his chief speechwriter. Nor Dwight Chapin who was his appointment secretary for years and who will have a book coming out about Nixon in winter coming up this gummy winner. I didn't know him in either the depth or over the duration of those folks. But I had an instinct about him. And it was that yes, he was a man of this intense ambition. This acute talent for tactics and as I say, ruthlessness. But underlying that seems to be some sense of purpose. Some sense, which I'm convinced he took with him from his Quaker background that he needed to leave something behind him that had been worthwhile. And he you've read the book in the book. I note that as he left, he referred to his mother Anna as a saint, and almost broke down. And people would tend to scoff at that and just say, well, he was either, you know, just trying to make political capital out of it or being extreme about it. But it was really true. I mean, he, I think, had a sense from her that life had a purpose. And he was meant to deliver on it. And I think operating at some somewhat below the surface level was this gyroscope. Which caused him to keep thinking about what he should be doing that would not just on the foreign policy side, but in people's lives. Make it a little better. Interesting if I could make the point. Pat Buchanan, whose book, White House wars is in a way a counterpoint to mind. And as I say, patent doing a lot longer and a lot closer than I ever will ever came..

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An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

True Crime Garage

02:35 min | 1 year ago

An Update on The Trial of Brice Rhodes

"We have three individuals in custody three being charged with murder and the police are hoping that one of them will turn on the others and talk now under question captain. Bryce roads denied any knowledge of what had happened to larry maurice. He did tell cops after talking to them for several hours quote. I need a lawyer man. If you're going to keep all in my face now taylor. The other individual in custody also initially refused to talk and tell detectives what he knew so police are going to turn to this antoine carter the youngest of the three and he decides to help out do the right thing and he tells police. Exactly what happened to maurice. And larry ann wan said that on the night of may twenty-first leading into the twenty second he and bryce roads and the two brothers and jacoby taylor were all hanging out at prices. Rhodes place now remember captain. I said that it was important that bryce roads mom said she was out of town when whatever went down went down ray price as successful and famous rapper guy that he claims to be in. The neighborhood lives at home with mommy. Of course that's because he's spending too much money at the job every stomachs right. So taylor in maurice get into a fight at prices place this is. What's being told to police that. Marie pulled out a knife. Bryce roads hit murray's and took the knife away then an also maintained that larry and maurice had stolen some money from bryce roads. This all these actions leading up to their murder. Now i want to be perfectly clear here captain because it's not clear to me. How much of this is true right. There was an altercation that these two boys stole from bryce roads while since chance at none of that's true but also makes it seem like they pulled a knife and then bryce took the knife away therefore it being some kind of act of self-defence right right because the rest of what an would tell. The police is basically what you mentioned on yesterday. Show that bryce roads afraid that he's going to be implicated for murder by these two young box the he decides the best way to get them not to talk to shut them up permanently and kill

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"ray price" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"77 old? Yes, yeah, natural causes. Yeah, but also recorded. You're the best thing that ever happened about Wrote that one too. Right? You're the best thing that ever happened to me. Yeah, I don't believe Great price. Does he do that? Those air some the massive skins on the wound match, major, you'd socks. Wow. He crossed all Johnny. He wrote for Gladys Knight. He wrote for Aretha. But then he wrote for like Kenny Chesney. Yeah, you know, I think Ray Price did a couple of the songs. Garth? Yeah. Why did he write for Kenny Chesney and I know what you're saying. Because Teddy was paying. Yeah, dude, those guys, are they just multi millionaires now, or did he did He just kind of You know, writers did did well, but I believe where you make all your money doing that is you own the publishing. Yeah, I think I really don't know. Because don't they work for like a house and they just whatever they submit that Yeah, the house. The house gets it. They get a paycheck. I know that may born accident. May I Toid accent Mother was in the music business. Would talk to her once a week because I would call her for reports of sales and everything. And Memphis and Mae Axton. This is back in the seventies, OK? May actually would get a check for about not a check but residual checks for about 50 grand a year. For writing Heartbreak Hotel for Elvis. Two minutes and six seconds. Right and in the 70. She was still getting that much money. Wow. Yeah. Wow. So those writers they Yeah, they do good things he's in the Hall of Fame is in the Nashville songwriter's Hall of Fame is in the songwriter's Hall of Fame, which are two different ones. He's in those He was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, I think Wow, wow. Yeah, Yeah. Hey, boy, He wrote some great stuff one. I wonder if he had it in his head like the way Gladys Knight, saying it. Or was it a completely different originally, he wrote. He thought it was gonna be Glen Campbell, right? Which one? It seems like the night train. Yeah, the midnight.

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"ray price" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. W radio Rollie James. Let's Gladys Knight, not the 45 version, but certainly one of the ultimate take some some albums and, Yeah, written by Jim Weatherly. So you probably know what's coming. If you haven't heard yet, that isn't normally something I would probably play, But I don't know why it was Jim Weatherly was terrific songwriter from us 50 years and yes, I'm talking about in past tense, so but now you know, he died yesterday. Sorry to hear it. He was at home in Brentwood, Tennessee. Uh, yeah, Absolutely. And he was 77 years old, but no cause of death was mentioned, but so rest in peace, said he was writing for over 50 years. And, of course, you got a Grammy Award for midnight train to Georgia, and he was in the Grammy Hall of Fame and Bunch of other things, And but I think Ray Price has recorded 38 of Jim Weatherly songs and Bob Lumens done some and night neither one of us wants to be the first say goodbye, for instance, and I'm like Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers or Neil Diamond or Kenny Chesney. You're Garth Brooks. They've all recorded You're more thoroughly song so and actually started out as a football player is Mississippi. He was quarterback for the football team, and then he wound up in college at the University of Mississippi and was back up quarterback on the old Miss Rebels team undefeated in 1962. As far as that goes, but he while he got honorable mention all American honors upon graduation in 64. He chose music over football and did did quite a lot. So don't know what was going on with that. He, by the way, sued Universal about always almost 20 years ago now, and that was a landmark case because Universal's lawyers were saying that there is a one year contractual limitation in entertainment contracts. And so this Nolan void well, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decided in a published decision that set legal precedent that The contracts that allow an artist to look back or 12 or three years retroactively were limitations that would not apply. A defendant cannot hinder the plaintiff's discovery through misrepresentation and then fault the plane of for failing to investigate, the court had said. And because that was published. Other artists could cite that decision to support their independent claims that also been underpaid in their royalties. So that was That was somewhat of a gift to a number of people so rest in peace, Jim whether early, all right, so we've got Edward. He is at the airport. Midway. Welcome to WGN radio. Yeah. Good evening while I'm at home, But I'm in the airport area. Yeah. Yesterday. I wanted to comment. I grew up on the MTV era. But my favorite has now been surpassed by music from the seventies. Um and even The Boston over. Yeah, which I never listened to. I never listen to jazz. Um When I was a teenager in the eighties, but Oh, my God. It's so much greater. Yeah, I don't even like turn back to like, eighties music. I have like, uh, stealing Dan or chief or I missed. Miss. They have Johnny Carson on that comes on before your show on the antenna TV, which is great. Yeah. I miss. I miss all that stuff. American bandstand when I used to, uh, Take off for grocery shopping or whatever, on Saturdays, you know. Listen to that. Or midnight Special E Miss All that stuff Murder gripping Tom Snyder. I said love Do you have a favorite? Uh, like a talk show or variety show? Well, as far as far is just late night to make Carson was the king and he was his a very screwed up person personally, but on stage I don't think anyone could touch him. I think he was just the best. And I thought that even when he was a game show host before he got the Tonight show gig. And I don't think anybody's come close to him as far as that goes, But the variety shows there are so many of them the problem with him very often. It was dependent on who the guests were going to be that weak, But there were literally dozens of Yeah. I mean, it's seldom was very good. And like they're in the holidays, you wanna watch something like Andy Williams? That was that was good. You know, A lot of the vacation replacement shows would be hosted by someone you know, And it reached gotta remember in the seventies when they had villain Taffy down off the Starland vocal band doing some type of summer replacement. I'm like, Oh, God. Spare me So some of those were interesting, but the sure the seasonal stuff the Christmas stuff, you know? Miss. Uh, I missed some early television. Of course. I love this stuff that was live. But that was local, for the most part. But even so, the national stuff when the season went from September through about Mayor June, and you had your Christmas time off, and then you had your summer replacements, and there were there were a ton of tasty shows in that. Yeah, And I don't think you felt too many remix like he remakes being being done right now. Now, now, you had like the pencil Washington movie equalizer, And now there's the equalizer TV series remake. I'm actually watching the original eighties. Equalizer. I mean, yeah. Absolutely. I like the 80. Syriza's, too. I didn't see much, but I never really had a TV. But when I worked at radio stations that were am FM TV combos. Invariably I'd sit in the lobby and watch the TV. But there's about my exposure to it. But, yeah, the equalizer in the eighties was a great show. I thought Yeah, I never watched it because I was watching stuff like Miami Vice and some other other stuff. I would've watched. Why definitely loved anything like technology like Blue Thunder Night, Right? Air walk. I loved all those shows. And they were meant just for you back then they were they captured and you watched him. But, yeah, that Edward Woodward, who was the original equalizer? Robert McCall. I liked.

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"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"That was Patrick Line as all the pieces that was the result of collaboration between Harlan Howard and Hang Conklin. And for that we heard song that that Harlan had written for Ray Price, But Charlie Walker heard about it want to do it? Ray gave us consent and became a big jet for Charlie Walker, part of the honky Don't Renaissance. The late 19 fifties. Pick me up on your way down before that, her song that I think harder and the first written about coal miner, But he said along the line, he changed the theme and became song about about a poor struggling farmer called Busted. A lot of folks did it, But I think Charlie Pride did a great version of it. Charley Pride. Busted and we started out the set with Ray Price doing the heart of Howard's song called Heartaches by the number And just just in case we don't get a chance to come back at the end of the set and tell you what you heard. We're going to continue with Harlan Howard doing Joe Simon's version of the choking kind, and we We just wanna tell everybody have a safe New Year's Eve and a safe and healthy 2021 which we're really looking forward to. Should you need to make another text deductible donation debia Oh, Artie could use That very well because they've been fantastic throughout the pandemic being on the air 24 7, as always, even with remote Programming. And so that's been a difficult transition as it has been for most people and organizations, and they deserve all your kudos and your kudos are best delivered monetarily way. Sure, Wanna thank Susan for encouraging us to do these shows. And average Joe's errand. You You're great engineering. We thank you for all the misfortune he made it have happened. Put the show together and here's, uh, But we're all right now. Joe Simon, where I'm getting a job, or indeed, version of choking can.

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"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Enjoy a cup of work anytime at W. O R T F m dot or G'kar? Well, we're getting down towards the end of our show. Hope you enjoyed it today. And be sure you listen each Wednesday next Wednesday the host will be Stephen and Mary Ann. No. We have a rotating system. Now I'm back to the country and we're glad to do it each where? Assuring you out of the year and l assure you, Anna. Will be here again on the fourth. When's Day and in January. Well, that's songwriter that he was one of the most prolific one of the best. This is Harlan Howard. Harlan was born in Detroit, but his family of course we're Kentucky is part of the great Southern Migration. After World War two But Harlan began his song writing out on the West Coast. On riding for for Boca wins and Folks like that eventually made it to Nashville by the early 19 sixties. We're going to start out our instead of Harlan Halbert songs. But with a song by the fella that did a smudge of anybody, I guess Seo to make Harlan Howard a kind of a household word amongst songwriters. Here's Ray Price. Heartaches by the number.

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"ray price" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ray price" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm chuckling in those fellow has passed the way. Johnny Bush, the songwriter for Whiskey River on a big time country. Singers pronounced dead at the age of 65 limo used to call it assuming room temperature. Anyway. He corrode Willie Nelson, Signature opening number Whiskey River. Born in Houston, 1935, which received his big break from Willie Nelson, who helped him land a job as a drummer in Ray Price's band. The old Cherokee cowboy hat over them from when I was playing country music in the sixties for heaven sakes. Now soon we'll go on to bankroll Bush's debut single in 1967. It was called sound of a heartache and vouched for wishes, Talent and a message on the back cover of the album with his career off the ground. Bush began writing and recording in earnest, including 70 two's Whiskey River, but it was Nelson Who made the song his own, releasing it on 1973 shotgun Willie and using it to open his concepts. Willie Nelson's version of Whiskey River. I don't like this, but I love How really did it. I'll play the other song that you've got there for what? You gave me a mountain. This another very popular. Marty Robbins did this Nervous. Also, picture eldest singing this Marty Robbins was fabulous. Had a great voice for this sort of thing. Thiss guy wasn't a great singer, but he really had a creative mind when it came back, imagining how the music would sound and getting it into the hands of the right singers just suggested like Willie. A whiskey River and Elvis before you gave me a mountain, But I'll tell you if you lose no Marty Robbins version of that You get goose bumps as well. Anyway, he did. A song called There Stands The Glass in 1953 for Web appears that did very well so.

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"ray price" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ray price nine ninety nine ninety nine percent APR while supplies last fifteen past accu weather dot com meteorologist tethers there's monitoring several areas of temperature extremes this Friday it is going to be on the cool side in the western part of the country we have rain that's going to be moving back into the northwest coast in a specially focused into northern California and southwestern Oregon today and then as it spreads farther inland or going to start to see some snow in the highest elevations of the Sierra as well as some later showers that are going to be spreading inland across Washington and Oregon the rain is going to be heavy at times the bulk of the rain is going to be north of San Francisco for today spreading a little bit farther south as we head into tonight temperatures with that storm are generally going to be in the fifties where it's raining so we are going to be running below normal by several degrees we're looking for temperatures for areas a little further inland ahead of the storm to be on the chilly side as well what time is mainly in the thirties and forties even in southern California temperatures are mostly going to be topping out to and about the fifty to sixty degree range farther inland we've got sunshine on the way for the middle of the country as you head into the Tennessee valley and they'll be an area of rain we also have the any area of snow that's going to be pushing eastward across New York state and that is going to be giving a small accumulation in most areas though some high elevations could pick up as much as three to five inches of snow and that's the weather across America in Saint Louis Missouri today it'll be breezy with a shower early in the day and then some some returns high forty seven in Syracuse New York mostly cloudy snow through the day will accumulate to a couple of inches we'll have a high of thirty six that's the nation's weather by Maggie weather dot com meteorologists others air three days in a row copper basin Idaho has had the nation's low yesterday minus eight but it we'll get up to thirty four there later today seventeen after I'm John trout this is America in the morning the Pentagon is considering sending additional troops to the Middle East to help deter Iranian aggression amid reports of escalating violence in the region options under consideration could send up to seven thousand troops nuclear talks between the US and North Korea have been stalled for some time Steve casting bound reports the US is once again receiving strong rhetoric apparently these remarks from the president of the NATO meeting didn't.

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"ray price" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on KTOK

"Use the drive I don't know if you've heard that novelty song I'll never smoke weed with Willie again well there looks like not even Willie will smoke weed with Willie again Willie Nelson has quit smoking weed the country icon who smoking habit was rivaled only by Snoop Dogg saying I've abuse my lungs quite a bit in the past so breathing is a little more difficult these days and I have to be careful the eighty six year old added I don't smoke anymore I take better care of myself Nelson is allegedly smoked weed on the roof of the White House has credited the drug with saving his life and his personal stash was so powerful that it inspired I'll never smoke weed with Willie again neither apparently well anybody else I remember I had to break the news to my mom because ray price was one of Willie's big stoner fans Lehrer wore her earn you know that old Nashville sound with the violins and all that and so I was hosting I was imports with Arkansas and I honky tonk club a Willie Nelson ray price concert and it's the type of thing where those guys start whenever they feel like it so your weapon the crowd make sure to get there about it I'm sure the draft special in the bugbear special for six but in the end I believe may have to use them all right ray price one thousand you go back to the bus in the bands out there ready to play and nobody and then finally the door of the bus opens and this war often cloud of weed smoke comes out and here comes ray price stumbled out eyes as red as can be are you ready yeah I'm ready to go all right.

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"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Vague in okay that before heard for those mountains were heard Roy Acuff during the song that was the inspiration for Bob Dylan's later recording freight train blues and the raw acre of took great pride in you know being able to to do a song immediately without to retakes but there was a rate that was a retake I don't have many others their work but anyway good song freight train blues ray price Stephen and Bobby were talking just about had danceable that song was very typical of ray price during his shuffle beat you're a Bobbi identify who the song because it's about San Antonio home in the San Antone and we start out with a real tour de force of yodeling Montana swim a little low Jack and if there was a better yodeler it's hard to to conceive of it great performance well we're able to get a few more songs on the thing but before we do I want to thank everybody and radial and for listening today B. B. around for Chris potter next week when he does it co hosted and the thanks to thanks to Bobby for always being here by my side and thanks to a Stephen for doing such a great job of engineering and let's service sure Jim Rogers again we we heard loved him today but he does a lot of Ramblin solve a lot of home songs to this when this call of range of Rome I've traveled.

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"ray price" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Mild I believe that there is very good the people who work with him and thoughtful and and and not all abuse and underneath that hard hard liner when he was a word Smith and runs reaches and then this colony are times where where the two of you on the political spectrum bill Safire was regarded when he came aboard as that he'd been with Nixon in nineteen sixty six and one of research bill was one of the people four five people when I went to New York as did you got to go see the class can you got to go see bill Safire come down here see sandy grand eggs Waldron people who are really loyalists were considered people that he he can he talk to and they ought to come to know me I read on sapphire was I thought he was basically a New York New York liberal Republican very comfortable with Rockefeller Lindsey and index and it worked for Nixon was loyal to him personally he was a word Smith and a writer but he was on the other side for me and all the arguments and brothers passing and things like that and I was go basically a very close to being a solid Goldwater conservative and ray price and sapphire were regarded as I would say moderate liberal liberal Republicans and I remember when the bills after I was hired at the end of the Nixon's first term frankly I think partly due to the Agnew speech tell all these liberal newspapers roll blasts and overwhelming and so the New York times decided they needed a conservative and so they hired hard bill Safire instruct Berger said here we needed a conservative on the page and so we put that number is in the news summary that Goldman hired and Nixon wrote a little note Buchanan Haldeman sapphire conservative somebody kill human events we all had a great way for them bill went on to win a Pulitzer Prize but it's a social conservative now our our economic she was he bill was a one worked on the speech the their famous speaker wage and price controls all things you know the big end of Bretton woods going off the gold standard he went up to the one of the campaign it was a great opportunity and a great moment here's a mall my Daddy also right about that this isn't Pat Nixon's funeral in nineteen ninety three it's only about twenty seconds really it felt a tremendous.

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"ray price" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"ray price" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Board has rejected Puertas pleased for freedom twice in the past a decision could take months life without parole for a Randolph man convicted in the first degree murder of a rapper outside of a club in two thousand sixteen Gregory right shot Drake Scott multiple times in what prosecutors described that as an execution style murder. The patriot ledger reports Dedham superior court had to be cleared out at the end of the trial yesterday. Well, court officers removed right from the courtroom as family and friends of the victims screamed expletives, there's a new report from the Pentagon on sexual assault at military academies CBS's Peter King tells us the information is pointing to a troubling trend. The report comes from an every two years in honor of his Pentagon survey. It says unwanted sexual contact was up. Nearly fifty percent of the academy's from 2016 more than half the incidents fuel. By alcohol. It suggests many assaults. Go unreported congresswoman, Jackie speier, chairs military house subcommittee on personnel. She says the academy's need to do better. They have been steeped in so much tradition for so long that they're not keeping up with the times. Clearly, I think some heads have to roll Pentagon's director of sexual assault. Prevention says, the military is trying part of the problem is much of the activity happens off campus. Peter King CBS news leaders of the Catholic church in Texas have identified almost three hundred priests and others accused of sexually abusing children. It is one of the largest collection of Dame's to be released since a grand jury report last year in Pennsylvania, fourteen diocese in Texas have named two hundred eighty six persons credibly accused of abuse. Meantime, the diocese of Baton Rouge Louisiana has released names of thirty-seven clergy members. It says we're credibly accused of sexually abusing children or vulnerable adults. That list includes clergy who were accused within the diocese territory before. And after it form. In nineteen sixty one among with some clergy, not accused in the territory, but named as credibly accused by other diocese, ten nineteen after more than a century, the boy scouts have a name, change and girls. No more boy scouts of America. The organization's starts to welcome girls. Starting today. It's new name scouts BSA. The new changes part of a new initiative called scout me in after one hundred eight years of just boys. There are reports that more than three thousand girls have already joined nearly two hundred scout packs for younger kids more than seventy thousand girls. Joined the cub scouts in two thousand eighteen which was the first year. They could join the new troops will still be single gender. But now some troops will be for boys and others for girls. Each will meet independently Matt piper CBS news sealaska coastguard is suspending the search for an air ambulance with three people on board that vanished this week. Authorities say a wing part and other aircraft were found near the plane's last known position. But they were unable to. Confirm that the wreckage was from that missing aircraft the twin engined plane took off from Anchorage last Tuesday morning to pick up a patient, but it never arrived at its destination. Guardian flight the medical flight company that owns the plane as announced they will try to recover the bodies. So the missing crew three American heroes receive a special honor after a terror attack in France, nearly four years ago, Spencer stone, Alex Scarlato and Anthony sadly have been granted French citizenship for their role in stopping a gunman on a French train over three years ago. They were naturalized Thursday at a ceremony in Sacramento. The honors presented by the consul general of France in San Francisco and the honorary consul of France at Sacramento, the free men were travelling from Amsterdam to Paris during a trip in Europe when they helped subdue a man who opened fire inside a train. Authorities say the attacker had ties to radical Islam Scarlato says a former member of the Oregon national guard stone a former airmen first class in the air force. Todd ant ABC news. New jersey. Police arrested for faking a slip and fall for the insurance. Prosecutors say surveillance video captured the man grabbing ice and throwing it to the floor before lying down. And then waiting to be discovered. He later filed an insurance claim for hospital treatment the man is now facing charges of insurance fraud and theft. Ten twenty one. Here's the entertainment report. We've correspondent Jennifer pulls Sony. Rapper Cardi B's assault until April. The bronze born rapper appeared in queens criminal court to answer misdemeanor, assault and reckless endangerment. Charges in connection with an alleged attack at a Queen strip club. She allegedly threw chairs and bottles at two female bartenders at judge extending orders of protection against the victims. The twenty six year old rapper telling reporters inside court that she's working out with rapper offset since they've separated fame country music Atari Harold, Bradley, dead at age ninety three his family confirming he passed away in his sleep Bradley grew up in Nashville and was the featured guitarist for country stars like Tammy Wynette. Eddy Arnold, Brenda Lee. And Ray price. He was inducted into the country music hall of fame in two thousand six Lil Wayne suing his former attorney for allegedly overcharging him twenty million dollars in legal fees, who is e says in the suit that Ronald Sweeney who represented him from two thousand five to two thousand eighteen. Charged double what the industry standard usually charges when he closed deals. He also claims it's we tried to get even more money out of him. And then he also had to pay another law firm that Sweeney hired to help him get out of his contract with cash money records. Ashley Tisdale dropping off a new music video for her latest single love me and let.

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"ray price" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ray price" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Anyway, I'm very thankful that I'm able to make living doing this number one and number two very thankful that I came along time this period when some Bob Dylan had sort of single handedly elevated pop music to art form by the by the force of lyrics. I really truly believe that this moment when Bob Dylan wants to be John Lennon and John Lennon wants to be Bob Dylan makes rock and roll art overnight. And otherwise, it's just about cars and girls, and I grew up with that music. That's the music. You know, I didn't know that. There was any injued Bob zones on the Johnny cash show. And so is Merle haggard. And I grew up in Texas, and I grew up with a lot of danceable country music too. You know, 'cause everybody that I saw in country bands Santana been Ray Price's band at one time or another including Johnny Bush and Darrell McCall and. Nelson. So you talk about when Dylan and cash in rock and roll those worlds didn't meet much until then right? No. I don't believe they did. I mean, look I got into this kind of war with with Peter grounded kind of quiet work on a panel on together. Once because he doesn't seem to be on that big of a deal. And he his argument is that Robert Johnson was as good as Bob Dylan, you know, and other people it's Rob Johnson. It is about the songs. Trust me. They were tar players that were as good as Robert Johnson was whatever he went to the cross of soda so forth. You know skip James must've showed up right behind it. Their other catastrophes are just as good, but he wrote every single song that the modern blues based on. And then he wrote him as far as we know. There are no earlier versions. I it's pretty original. It's kind of like bluegrass Bill Monroe singlehandedly. Invented something. Well, Rob Johnson did too. But he was a natural. He did it. And he was just trying to make pop records. That's what people don't get about it. He was just trying he played dances. And he played he was playing the inner taint people in the pickup girls. Co porter the same thing. This was a guy that could have been professor could have been writing novels could have been writing poetry, but he decided to write pop music, and he he applied this really high of literary skill, but he was storming. You know, Bob did it on purpose. Bob. You know, he wasn't the only person in the village figured out. They could write their own folksongs play hundred euro sounds. He was Paxton figured it out the same time few other people did but Bob was better everybody else. And he just he was a sponge he read all the right stuff. He listened all the records stolen. He had to. And he knew he was Bob Dylan. Do you think of Bob Dylan songs as songs of empathy like, find them more imagery? I'm not sure that I empathize with like a role in there. So convoluted there moments where I feel emotion, but I don't they're not the character songs for the wealth for the most part. I mean, ballot thin Mandar. They're just I believe they are there. Just for a moment. I'm trying to pick up girls with you know, that were wearing Wrangler Sohn in and boots and a lot of turquoise when I started doing this in Baba's trying to pick up girls with and black turtlenecks, you know, in in the village. It was impressed. The people he was around with with imagery that that that hearken to French poets, for instance, like the difference between towns and Bob more than anything else. Influences towns listening to really convention lyric poets, he was into Robert frost and Shakespeare and Baba's into fringe poets and the beats so get seems convoluted to some people, but the more you listen to the moors there and all he was doing was flexing his muscles..

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