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Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:53 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on No Agenda

"All right so that was abc back to screw ab abc. Those guys are so. Nba future work. They're predicting nineteen dollars. An hour and there and then they cut from that because he missed the beginning of that when they cut to do new weather woman dylan. Who's is pregnant as a house. So it's kind of like a throwback to the original al roker. Okay that's one way of looking at it. The old old al roker before he had the staples yes so They go into bring in What's his name the guy who a carson daley is the of course she'll get any po- pop start lists through and they took the toy hall of fame you go into that. And then they quickly good jumped to a classic classic scam. The rolling stones new five hundred greatest songs ever wait. Was this the stones or was this Metallic rolling stone magazine. Because metallica just did this. They didn't album does rolling stone magazine. Okay gotcha the five hundred is just a list. It's not an actual collection. Okay i got it. Yeah there's no collection just a list so everything at the top five hundred all five hundred tests on five hundred five hundred. Can you name ten flat at the top three. Okay brown sugar now. These all problematic all songs woke. This woke five hundred five hundred. Everybody here we go number. Three number three is change is gonna come by by What's his name. Sam cooke number three song of five hundred. Okay yeah that's the yes k in k. I'm ready for number. I can't wait for. I guess number one. What's number two. what's number two. you'll never guess. It's i think number two is you're cheating cheating number two is it's raining. Men fight the power which public enemy really fight. The power is woke to. It's very woke now. Let me think about number one number one. I mean if you get this. I'd be stunned just idiotic. Is there any hint. You can give me without totally giving it away. Because it's such a vast as going from public enemy to Sam cook. I mean that's hard Again i'll give you one eight local. It's a female singer safe. That would be than it has to be ella fitzgerald louis. Gels dot even on the list witty. She'd be houston. Great ella fitzgerald part of five hundred. Okay aretha franklin with respect. Yeah you got it really could you off. Yeah okay now. Include me off no include me off. Well you got it. It's respect is the number one five five hundred grade songs of all time by the way this includes mozart. Well hey let's just let's just listen to one more time an esp asan tps respect. Wow okay way to go. Rolling stone five talked about these lists. I've been involved in them in their done to get attention and they got. They're going to get a lot of attention because is listed While and that was still. We're still on nbc. Now that's nba. That's the nbc. Now we already did. Abc cbs. i'm sorry we did a stupid thing. Okay now oh. By the way they the last thing on. Nbc has to say this they did get one plus one more plug. I really jammed it in today. One more plug for a new movie coming out that i didn't know about and then other movies. Why are you doing this movie. Steven spielberg is doing west side story. Oh yeah no. this is Yes and there was a big control over that. Because they couldn't they were trying to put non hispanic latin x actors into the gang stand. I don't even want to discuss this. But let's go to abc. Cbs intelligence broadcast systems. What were they able to. was this bad. This guy tony kupuna. Whatever is one of the hosts. All i saw on here the until the day did. Cut away from this. But this guy apologizing on the air and given grief by two. What's her name the the black woman that can't remember the name ever gale. Gale cheviot gail. Who's just a worst. He's apologizing going on and on and reading mean tweets about this about. He left Freezer door open at the house and thought out. A month's worth of his wives milk. There was breastfeeding close rips. And so now she would woman that the mom was pissed and everybody that jumped all your horrible man and they talk about killing him one person after. Yes you're at you have. You're right you hit your your right to kill him not serious about it above i did. I'm just he's reading the tweets horrible so then they cut to uh. Didn't they cut to some promotion for some woman. Who is doing a cookbook on old recipes. Hello mimi what are you doing this weekend. Mimi's been trying to. She's doing her egg book but she's got millions of risk of announced all about baltimore cooking and they bring over going back to old school. That's what's happening. And all we got these all and they got old recipes from this woman's made a collection a huge collection suggested some millennial a huge collection of two hundred cookbooks old cookbooks. Two hundred. my wife got a thousand cookbooks. After watching this segment i we have a gratuitous bookshelf in the dining room. That just is a bookshelf of jews. Rando cookbooks that i that. They're basically for decoration. And i've got seventy five cookbooks in that bookshelf. I mean there's this this is like you said you sound on one hand flabbergasted this is taking place and the other hand a little maybe a little And i i was gonna say what may envious up because you guys should have a book in that collection. You should be on. Cbs plug in the book. We have a better chops. that's where i'm saying. Of course you'd on Millennia can't have anyone over fifty on these shows anymore so forget it is beside the point.

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Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

01:21 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Myself. did i want it that way. Backstreet boys make the list better. Liscensing extreme meghan. Did you have a song that you'd like to add to have so many. I wanted to go with the phil collins song. But if i'm being realistic and i'm being honest it's gotta be like a lance more ironic or something okay or one hand in my pocket one hand in my pocket and the other one smoking us by the way i heard. She pissed everybody off at the concert. On saturday it was she was like really late. Getting up on stage. And then. I guess she didn't do like a full sad because of the weather. I heard a lot of concerts were delayed weather. I think saturday was okay. It was good night. All right definitely needs to be on that but i do have to ten this because i get to war of the roses but see. This is a list guys. No offense aretha. God rest your soul but you know respect. It's okay i like it. It's a great song. But ain't nothing. Like penggong casey ri- detroit ex muskegon right metrics w toledo mojo in the morning mojo in the morning show where the roses day here on. The show may not be one that you want your kids listening to. I just give you forewarning on that. But i do want to just go on record and say that i think people that do this are a little while. I don't know how they go about doing it. But little backstory they they did the whole free pass or they called it a freebie with each other where they were given each other the option of being able to fool around with somebody else and he took her up on that offer. We're going to hear the story coming up here in a second. We're gonna make the phone call. But i'm always amazed by our listeners that go about doing that. You know. I you ever imagine a situation where that would not lead to problems. I will tell you that. I think that had i would believe i was being set up. You know what i mean like. It was a test. Yeah it's kind of interesting. And i want to get the full story Here from jules. But i think that it's interesting that he took her up on the offer but i guess she didn't so here we go it's mojo in the morning war of the roses catching cheaters and proud of. How sorry get your home for more the roses on mojo in the morning. Joyce how long ago was it that you gave this freebie go and do you know who the girl was. Yeah i brought this person. Was she a friend of yours. Is a girl that both worked with talk about. How is not gonna work out when you do this. Were you there when this happened. I was really. I get involved with it but i just couldn't do it. So what would you do..

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Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

00:51 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "aretha " discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Drew brees will join us on the program tomorrow. Also the great filmmaker. Ken burns documentary about muhammad ali. Got to see it and the archival footage is unbelievable. The stuff that you've never seen before with muhammad ali so we'll talk to ken burns and he'll join us on the program coming up tomorrow. More phone calls on the way. Paulie baiting me tempting me to click on this link. It's rolling stones top five hundred songs of all time. That's right okay. Where do you want me to start here or stop. Because i think if you start at fifty or start at one and look at the top fifty you'll scroll and every once in a while a seat and says he'll just go. What is it'll make you upset. Yeah but why do you wanna make me upset. You know that. I don't like lists but you love music. I do respect by aretha. Franklin is by their choice the greatest time which by the way was written by otis redding and no idea the second big song of all time our best on time. Fight the power by public enemy from one thousand nine hundred. Okay first of all who voted on this. A collection of rolling stone editors and experts. Okay who remain nameless at this junction. Okay number three is sam cook. A change is gonna come. Sam cook and marvin gaye by the way my two favorite voices. I think those are. You can't go wrong with whenever they sing. You can't go wrong number five. All time is smells like teen spirit by nevada. And i'm sure they're factoring and impact of the song not just the song at face value. Bob dylan's like a rolling stone is four. He did that in nineteen sixty five. Marvin gaye. What's going on is six and the beatles check in finally number seven strawberry fields forever. I don't know if i would. I would pick that song strawberry fields like if you said this is the beatles. Signature song wouldn't strawberry fields forever. Yes yeah i was gonna ask. What song would you put their surprise. Probably hey jude let it be. Missy elliott the eighth greatest song of all time with get your.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:04 min | Last week

"aretha aretha" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Be watching the tide Roll way just sitting known a dark that is Mr Otis Redding, who was born 80 years ago today on September 9th 1941 and passed away at the age of 26 in 1967 in a plane crash. In Madison, Wisconsin. So that so young I know Lori I never knew Daddy died in a plane crash. So I just didn't know a story. And so when I saw that he was born today, and I said that he died in a plane crash in Madame Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin. Look, I want to know more about this because we know that voice We use so many goods, right? So he was born, Um, orders reading in Dawson, Georgia. He was the fourth of six Children and as a young child, he's saying in the Baptist church in his community. But at age 15, he left school to financially help out the family because his dad contracted tuberculosis and was often hospitalized. And so he had it. We have vaccinated for Turbo tuberculosis now. I think we do my daddy to check of it because he didn't use that He was too old for to get something. They do it with great Grandal that do we get vaccinated for tuberculosis? Can it just happy? No, I don't. I don't even know. Okay. I feel like it's the vaccination thing. He ended up, um, in 58 having a breakthrough on a diss track E Hamp Swain's teenage party show and it was a local talent contest and he ended up you know, playing in a band in the back and And this guy was kind of a famous guitarist Simon. He thought that kids good thing, but he needs some more. And so he ended up being hired by the upset ear's, which was a band. The upset ear's When Little Richard abandon the upset ear's, which reason rock and roll in favor of gospel music, which we see in that movie that Chadwick Boseman plate. Not little Richard. I know I'm thinking of and I'm getting them mixing up your The Godfather of soul. Never mind. Upset ear's going back. Okay. So little Richard leaves up setters Otis Redding to think this kid's got pipes right? And so he ended up the guy that liked him worked at Stax, which you're familiar with, and stacks is where Laureates in Nashville, Memphis, Memphis because Soul label in Memphis, Tennessee, it's an amazing museum. And he, the House band at the time was Booker T and the MGs, and they played the instruments on the songs that ought to sing. Other famous Stax musicians were Isaac Hayes, Albert King Wilson Pickett and his debut album, Pain In My Heart. It was released in 1964. Is that where these arms of mine That was where that first yes, and pain in my heart That was on that album. And so he, um, ended up just being a prolific writer, and Sam Cooke loved him. He's saying some cook song. Sam Cooke loved him. He was the first Solo artist, so with a large white audience because he would play he was willing to risk things and perform and traditionally white venues. So he went to whiskey a go go back in the sixties, the Fillmore West. He also toured Europe in London, Paris and Stockholm at the time, very, very few soul artists. Who were outside of the U. S and his performance. Then back at the Monterey Pop Festival. 1967, which was his last live performance was groundbreaking cross over success. He was part of the best known select featured at the festival. He was so popular in England, um, that he ended Elvis Presley's eight year reign as the world's best male vocalists vocalist in 1967 when the voters wouldn Elvis out and notice in And when he arrived in England, and for his 1967 tour, he was greeted by the Beatles personal limo. Wow, I know where do we find out about tuberculosis, So tuberculosis is vaccine for there is one. But this vaccine is not widely used in the United States. But it is often given to infants and small Children in other countries where TV is more common, so it's not very commonly used here. Well, but you have. It's not common here. Exactly. You do have to have a TV test before you go into her home. As a senior citizen. Yeah, because my dad, you're right. Yeah. Okay. Ontario before is that he began. Um you know 25 26 25 26. So what happened to him? Is that after he died Posthumously sitting on the dock of the day became the very first number one hit in the building on the deck of the baby. Yes, but today, you know, in the back of the day. I'm sorry. It's in the bucket. I've read that wrong. I Yeah, No, I'd like I kind of like the back of the day. The back of the day. All right. So what happened when he was killed in the plane accident in December 1967 years? Just 26 years old tragical. Although the weather was bad, the plane took off crashing four miles from their destination, which was supposed to be trucks field in Madison, Wisconsin, and it ended up Did this song was the song like already out, sitting on the deck of the Bayer Did it posthumously go to number one went out after him. He was working on that album at the time. Oh, gosh, I'm going to just go crazy right now for my second part of the story because he also was responsible. It was his only single that reached number one on the billboard Hot 100. It sold approximately four million copies worldwide and received more than eight million air place. But also, he famously wrote Respect. Now he heat for which Aretha Aretha took. So here is his version of Respect What.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on KPCC

"Favorite movies were animated ones. Luca Vivo and Mitchell versus the machines. When I tell you, John Then I was weeping during Mitchell and versus the machine. It was so emotional and Amanda emails I saw in the heights and theaters. I loved it, even though not many people were in the theater. I'm blind and I used audio description. The describe ER did a great job with the characters and dancing great to be back in theaters again. We also want to hear from you. What were your favorite summer movies? And what were your least favorite? Let us know you can comment on our Facebook page tweet us. At one. A. Orson is an email at one A at W. A m u dot org. Here's the message we got from Larry in South Carolina. Took my wife to see the movie respect the Jennifer Hudson and other people in it, and I love the movie. I think the movies it was a good first step. On coming back. As far as moviedom is considered. I can't imagine Jennifer Hudson not getting the Academy Award for best actress, so she was just great in that movie, A lot of good music a lot of good acting really enjoy the movie. And she was handpicked by Aretha Franklin to play that role. Quick Roundtable, John, your take on respect. I mean, I think it's a good movie. I mean, I think the scenes in which Aretha is writing songs and kind of coming up with the way that these songs are going to be executed is really good at the creative part of songwriting and performance to me is the best part of the film. You know, there's a lot of what I will call movie of the week stuff. And that's like the backstage drama between her and her father. Um, a lot of that feels a little generic and familiar. But the scenes where Jennifer is singing and the scenes where her character Aretha is writing music, I think are really good. And if you like Aretha and the way the movie ends, it ends with, you know, a famous concert that has documented In a documentary called Amazing Grace. It does have a rarely nice beginning and end. Um and she is an incredible as the performer and the singer and the story. Jacqueline. What about you? I mean, I think it falls a line with a lot of these sort of biopics, sort of music biopics that have happened lately. The film I don't feel completely 100% gels. I should say that I'm a huge fan of it. But this movie was made for me as someone that listen to Aretha Every Saturday morning. I was not the conversion audience for it. But it does have a little bit of as John said the very predictable beats of music biopic, However, Jennifer Hudson was just built to play this role. She's incredible. There's a great video of her on Stephen Colbert breaking down the difference between her singing a song versus Aretha Aretha sings from her head, and Jennifer sings from her feet. It's I mean, amazing, not reward that so I do hope she gets her time in the Oscar spotlight like You know Renee Zellweger did when she played Judy Garland. And also as Audrey Day did when she played, Um Billie Holiday for United States for Civility. Holiday Dave, your take. Oh, I mean, I think the movie is what everybody said, and it did not benefit from the fact that it is not a movie you have to see in the theater. Um, The conversation in the world is not about movies, and it's certainly not about adult movies like respect. It's It did not get the cultural approval that these movies usually get what we're talking about them, and we're considering. You know, Aretha as a figure. We're not talking about this movie because there's so many other things to talk about. And I think that's that's like ruining some of these rollouts for for more adult fare movies that aren't type is we're not talking about them the way that we usually do where there's there's a cultural conversation. There's a dialogue about The the adult movie the Oscar Bait movies, So I hope that in the fall people do see this movie and they consider Jennifer Hudson because she is a remarkable talent. There's nobody like her. Working in cinema right now. Well, we got this email from Mary, who says, Please comment on the unusual good films like a Net pig and still water Mary. We actually had a conversation about that this morning during our meeting or editorial meeting where we were noting some of the unusual films that have come out during the season. We will definitely get To that. We also got this email from Sally, who said went back to the movies. For the first time in 18 months, the theater did a great job in helping the movie goers be very comfortable saw a net. With Adam Driver and Marianne Courtyard. Both deserve awards. But we'll get back into some of your recommendations for good summer fair Or maybe some movies you think we should avoid. You can email us at one. A. A. W am you dot org. Leave a message on our Facebook page or just tweet us at one. A. We're discussing the summer movie season with Jacqueline Coley of Rotten Tomatoes. John Horn of Kpcc and Dave Schilling Post of the Galaxy, Brains podcast. I'm Jenn White. We'll hear more from you and our guests in a moment. But like a wow. Break it down like good. Mhm. Four. On the next fresh air. The songwriter of Schmid, a dune, the series that lovingly satirizes musicals of the forties and early fifties, we meet Cinco Paul, who also co created and co wrote the series, which is screaming on.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bree Show. What's on your Mind, Frank? Yes, sir. Thank you for taking my call. But I got to tell you, but, you know I won't be watching the World Series. Hopefully, I'm going to be watching my L. A Dodgers, who've been to two out of three last World series. In the World Series. But Atlanta will be very tough, but I will let everybody know everyone's talking about the Braves of the show Up. Start the Dodgers air really young, too. In fact, just as young as the Braves are But baseball got a lot of problems. I do agree with you, but they're easily fixed. And as a parting shot, Jr. I will say this if we have a Dodger used in Astral World Series, which we might that is going to get killer TV ratings because people want to see if the Astros could really beat the Dodgers in fair and square. Oh, no people don't want to see if the Astros will beat the Dodgers fair and square. People will want to see the Dodgers beat the living hell out of the Astros. You've got to get that part right? That's different, But but but we're quickly if you can tell me briefly because we have We have callers behind you. What the hell is this Quick fix for Major league baseball you have. If it was so quick and easy, they would have done it by now. Well, you know what I think you hit on it Want. Let's throw the analytic stuff out and let's start having manager Start with that. Let's have them managed on instinct and their gut reaction instead of all the analytics. Get rid of the shift, please. The eights in the National League, and then let's put a timer on the pitcher and speed the game up in baseball will be just fine. Okay. Well, thank you. Well, I like Frank. Frank got right to it. Appreciate your frank for calling up from Nevada. That's don't disagree. I don't think we can quote unquote walk back technology. I don't think we're walking back statistics. This is the name of the game. This is where the game is that right now, I don't see that changing. Paris is calling up from Toronto. Aris You want CBS Sports Radio's, too J r sport brief show. Hey, Jerry, don't tonight I'm good going ahead Good and pronounced a reef like a reefer. Excuse me. We don't talk about those things here. Go ahead, Aris. Oh, I'm sorry. We're in Canada. I'm sorry. Okay? I just want to touch on two points he made before the commercial break. On down the observations you made is about and I will be not being able to attract the younger crowd. And then the opposite of that is that the older crowd is being alienated. I just want to say that you really hit the nail on the head with that one. And in the second point was, presumably you're talking about Ah, analytics. And so my question to you is and maybe give me a little education on this is if I'm correct me if I'm wrong, but It was kind of an Oakland athletics that started this analytics and the years ago, so my question is has that paid off? How long has analytic been around? And is this experiment all but done Or should it be over and that together your opinion on Well, thank you ours for Excuse me. I can't pronounce your name. What's your name? Aretha Aretha. Arif Hillary. Thank you for calling up from from Toronto. This is not this. No problem. This is not an experiment. This is the analytics, and the numbers are here to stay. You're right. Billy Beane. This is something that he started with the Oakland A's. But I'd venture to say what's happened has gone further than just saying OK, well, let's emphasize. On base percentage, because it's it's gone past that you can look at lineups and Major league baseball right now, and convention has completely gone out the window. We got power hitters, and we got guys who just launch homeruns guys who you would traditionally see batting 3rd and 4th. Folks, a batting to an analytics departments have grown investments from teams and analytics departments have grown. This is an investment that's not going anywhere and has not gone backwards. Baseball is moving forward with this movement. Ain't no stepping back. Robert is calling up from Chicago. Robert, You want CBS Sports radio? Hey, there, J are big fans. Reshapes your Robert. What's on your mind, So I just want to say a couple of things. I will be watching the championship series, but I'm going to be watching with great interest Dodgers braves and cheering for the brave because they're young and up and coming in a lot of fun. You are like them. I'm going to struggle to watch Astros raised because I don't really care about the raise. But I also don't want the Astros TTO win. So that's gonna be tough to watch. But I wanted to say something really quickly about your point with, like all of the data analytics, and all of that. And I think it's a really, really good point because we're in this place as baseball fans, and I think we're really a dying breed like true baseball fans. Um You know, of wanting drama, but also wanting to win and I mean, I experienced this very personally when my cubbies were going to the World Series in 2016, and there's some of that Joe Maddon was doing that great and other stuff. It's just like You know, Get your head out of the stat sheet Joe and manage with your gut a little bit, and it's It's just not really happening in baseball right now. And I think like Very unfortunately, baseball become much less marketable. As time has gone by because of the pace of the game and the wound. It builds tension, and I don't think the analytic stuff is doing any favors. In fact, I think it's only going to get worse and it's tough. For me is a fan because I want to see analytics being put to good use to help my team win. But at the same time I look at all my buddies who pretty much just watch football and basketball and think. Man. I wish I could get one of these guys interested in actually watching baseball with me. But unless they're pounding back a few beers, they're really not. It's It's tough, Robert. I understand it's tough to even get folks out. It's in the ballpark. I appreciate you for calling up from Chicago. Baseball isn't a It's A. It's a tricky spot because what he just said is spot on. It's a look..

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Grand, this. So even then you knew you knew you had a role to play in without even knowing what future is going to be I obviously. Do you remember your first concert. You know that's that we were too broke for concerts. I mean you know I'm trying to think because my kids go to concerts all the time and I'm like you all are so lucky We were too poor for concerts. Quite frankly ma I never saw the Jackson Five Live. I'm trying to think maybe it was in college where and it wasn't really a concert. It was like an arena orchestra. Sort of Stevie. Wonder was playing in an orchestra. Maybe it was in Philly it's kind of a blur, and a girlfriend had the idea of getting tickets and going to see it I do remember. Was! Oh Gosh if I had to have been maybe a sophomore in in college, so that was what eighty. Eighty, two eighty three and it wasn't it Stevie wasn't like on some big arena tour at may be. It was a benefit. I don't i. don't even remember, but I do remember that we had front row tickets and we both walked in. Our tickets were and then we realize it's like we are in the front row happened. We were looking around waiting for somebody to tell us to move to move. but it was just him and his band, and he played some numbers, and then he call his his bodyguard. People pick some people to come up on stage and stand around the piano, and Sing Ebony and ivory and me, and my girlfriend were picked so I was standing on stage with Stevie. By his piano, thinking what ruin, but that was yeah, yeah, no, I never told them about that because I figured he didn't see me. Right? Well I know that Stevie has. been at the White House at least fifty eleven times. Like. Any event that I'm seeing between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen, like it's almost like Stevie. Wonder comes with the package like TV CV is you know that he and he is all you know he's always game. If there's a cause and it's something he believes in. The first time he showed up was at one of the biggest fundraisers that I had during the campaign It was at Ucla and this was a big announcement because I was I was highlighting I was the keynote representing my husband, the campaign, but Oprah introduced us. It was Maria. Shriver and that was a big deal because that was right when she was going to endorse Barack over What her her husband the governor was. Was Doing, and that was a big deal. Caroline Kennedy so was a women's empowerment kind of thing, the first time I was surrounded by all these mega giants, and I was the keynote speaker they were passing off these introductions to me and right before I went onstage one of our staff, said Stevie wonder's on the phone and he's in the area. He heard about the concert, and he wants to come by and I was like Oh, yeah. So, he just shows up. Like I know that happens a lot. Actually wanted to ask. Are there any other Non Stevie? Wonder moments at the White House, that stands you. Oh Yeah Yeah Prince, but as the first one is prince performing, but of course stevie performed to. Stephen the Ultimate Party crash I get get. When Stevie! There! It's like okay. Steve Guy play Prince and we went back and forth trying to get prints because every time we do our parties and you've been to one of the parties. Yes you've been there and so oftentimes the personal parties were around a birthday or something like that, and of course, prince doesn't celebrate birthdays so. He was like I can't come. But I WANNA come, so we had to figure out how to create something. That wasn't a birthday that he could come to, and we finally worked it out. and you know that was just. That's just prince doing his thing and jamming in a way. where he for the first fifteen minutes, he just let his band riff. You know that generosity that he has to let his you know backup singer lead the song in his bases. They were just jammed before he even showed up and it. That was amazing. Paul McCartney. Singing Michel to me, wow! You know Aretha Aretha has performed performed many a time and you know. She would come with her for and her medal of freedom, badge on because when she came to the White House she wore all her stuff. and she's. She's blown the house down. By everyone from Mick, Jagger to. One of the more beautiful performances was Esperanza spalding. Before she was really really like hot, hot hot the first time I had seen her beautiful head of hair, and that beautiful face in that body with that big base of hers, just tearing up a song I mean I could go on and on and on Gladys Knight Shock Akon. because one of the things I wanted to make sure was that we got all of the lake the the greats. To perform because it was like I. Don't know if anybody's ever gonNA. Ask these people to come to your house. Yeah, yeah, Diana Ross came and performed of just for the staff Bruce. Springsteen, the the show. He's doing on Broadway right now. he tested that out. It was just a fluke he wanted to do. He offered to do something to say. Thank you to the staff. And we were like of course bruce you. Whatever and he put together what became home the Broadway shows?.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Low unpaid in boss. Bill IN SUGAR Steve We are very very honored and We like express our deepest gratitude for you for taking time out to To do our our little pockets. Well I am excited. I am honored. I love you first of all so getting this time to chat. You say that's wonderful break. Thank you first of all I mean just in general. How has this whole experience been for you Did you expect to sell as many units? Then come out the gate like this. This book is changing like the golden the chat rooms and see people's reaction to the book in the staggering sales. Like did you expect any of this at all? Honestly no no. I don't expect anything that has happened in my life. You know. I'm a girl grew up on the south side of Chicago every day. Barack and I wake up and go what we're still doing that but but I my hope was that the book would resume would resonate I knew that I would be writing a book. Because all First Lady's all firt presidents are expected to write a memoir of some sort so I had had some time to think about what I wanted this to be and this could have been just a chronology. I could have just sort of walked through the days of Those eight years Blow by blow But I knew I. I wanted to the book to be more than that I wanted it to be a book that would inspire people to dig deep into themselves and understand their stories in the way that I've had the luxury of doing over the course of my life So I I feel like I'm just maybe the Muse That my story is the framework But My my overall goal was that people would start having these conversations about Their memories and the the context of their lives and how it's shaped them and you know what what they WanNa do going forward so I'm excited that Not just for the sales in the units in the arena crowds. But more of what you're seeing comments in how how it's moving people to think differently about their own lives in stories. Yeah even out say that even in or first of all thank you for a granny the honor of of of of scoring VP playlist. That goes with the book but even with me Like I had to dig so deep into memories and songs for me are like Polaroid's of moments in my life so songs aren't just songs for me like Audio Polaroid's and you know even for me Knowing your vast music tastes with which I really WANNA get into I you know for me. It was All also an experience like trying to figure out what moment you were Or trying to guess what moment you were feeling when this particular thing that particular thing happy Classic Chrysler Form. I forgot to mention. Yes the name of your book is becoming guests on the show and be like. Oh by the way we were talking about lively gentlemen. Good night so Knowing that the UH how big of a role that music plays in your life I'd always start this this question with all my guests do. What was your first musical memory or do you remember the first album you ever brought order for single. Yeah yeah absolutely absolutely I talk about that. Yes Talking Book Stevie Wonder's talking book was the first album. I remember getting a gift and I got it twice. That's how good an album was I I got it as a gift for Christmas from my parents and then from my grandfather southside who I wrote about who is sort of the musical core of our family. My maternal grandfather who He gave me the album. You remember there was the album you could get with the Liberals in Braille the Braille year. Yeah yeah and I remember spending time just not only listening to the the record over and over again but trying to feel the Braille and understand the words and to think about and I I would memorize the cover because there's something about that cover with stevie without his glasses sitting like Anna Canyon area in that Dashiki Afghan sort of thing with the braids. And all of that was you know that cover to me was as much The experience of the album for me I was trying to really find. I was really trying to figure out what goes on in his mind. What is he thinking? What does it feel like being blind? How does he feel music So that was the first album that I ever owned as a child but then there was the music that I bought myself and that was the forty five version of something with the Jackson Five. Abc CAIRN of. Stop the love you save. That's win those were the forty fives. That new played on your little Makeshif Record player thing. It wasn't like the Big Stereo that your parents allowed you to the US. But the thing you plugged in and you had to put that little round thing and the whole thing you know that was. That was the music that I was allowed to play on my own. Keep the record in my bedroom. Kinda thing but the Jackson Five. That was what young people that we grew up imitating the Jackson. Five and putting the record on and cousins would be Tito. And I'd be Michael beyond the drums. You know we spent the whole afternoon. Like just shaping our performance to stop the love you save so those were some of my first memory Always tease always tell them that them. When when our C? The Jackson's that you know for a lot of us that were young and you know like they were the first superheroes that we really had The jacksons were An occupation almost and it was interesting culturally because there were the Osmond's remember. Were the big sort of white family group back then and there were the big debates about who was better the Jackson Five the Osmond's and that was a sort of a political state. So how did you feel on the lines? How'd you feel about one bad apple when it came out where you fold? Lino mid was. It was cute because back. Then you didn't have like fifty million stations right the one station and that played all the pop music. So you heard stopped love you save along with one bad apple and that you know you had your little groove and dances to that too. But where was your heart? Your heart was with the Jackson Five. Okay Michael That's money because I was one of those friends in the Group of friends that is always last to call something so. I was always Tito everybody. Everyone's fight over. I'll be I was also surrounded by my brother and my male cousin so I was the only girl in the in the in the posse been so it was just natural that I stood out as Michael. You know I felt. I would justified in being Michael if I had to hang out with all these boys I should at least be able to tell them what to be around grand this so even then you knew you knew you had a role to play in without even knowing what future is going to be. I obviously do you remember your first concert. You know that's that we were too broke for concerts. I mean you know. I'm trying to think because my kids go to concerts all the time and I'm like you all are so lucky We were too poor for concerts. Quite frankly I never saw the Jackson Five Live. I'm trying to think maybe it was in college. Where and it wasn't really a concert. It was like an arena orchestra. Sort of Stevie wonder was playing in an orchestra. Maybe it was in Philly. It's kind of a blur and a girlfriend. Had the idea of getting tickets and going to see it I do remember was. Oh Gosh if I had to have been maybe a sophomore in in college. So that was what eighty eighty two eighty three And it wasn't it. Stevie wasn't like on some big arena tour at maybe. It was a benefit. I don't I don't even remember but I do remember that. We had front row tickets and we both walked in not knowing where tickets were and then we realize it's like we are in the front row. What happened we were looking around waiting for somebody to tell us to move to move But it was just him and his band and he played some numbers and then he called His his Bodyguard people pick some people to come up on stage and stand around the piano and Sing Ebony and ivory and me and my girlfriend were picked so I was standing on stage with Stevie by his piano thinking what ruin but that was. Yeah yeah now. I never told them about that because I figured he didn't see me right. Well I know that Stevie has been at the White House at least fifty eleven times. I'm like I any event that I'm seeing between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen like it's almost like stevie wonder comes with the package like TV CV. Is You know that he and he is all you know. He's always game if there's a cause and it's something he believes in the first time he showed up was at One of the biggest fundraisers that I had during the campaign It was at Ucla and this was a big announcement. Because I was I was Highlighting I was the keynote representing my husband. The campaign but Oprah introduced us it was Maria Shriver and that was a big deal because that was right when she was going to endorse Barack over. what her her husband. The governor was doing and that was a big deal. Caroline Kennedy so was a women's empowerment kind of thing the first time I was surrounded by all these mega giants and I was the keynote speaker. They were passing off these introductions to me and right before I went onstage One of our staff said Stevie wonder's on the phone and he's in the area he heard about the concert and he wants to come by and I was like. Oh yeah so he just shows up like I know that happens. A lot actually wanted to ask. Are there any other? Non stevie wonder moments at the White House that stands you. Oh Yeah Yeah Prince but as the first one is prince performing but of course stevie performed to Stephen the ultimate party crash. I'd get get and when Steve Is there. But it's like okay. Steve is gonNA play Prince And we went back and forth trying to get prints because every time we do our parties. And you've been to one of the parties. Yes you've been there. And so oftentimes the personal parties were around a birthday or something like that and of course Prince DOESN'T CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS? So he was like. I can't come but I wanNA come so we had to figure out how to create something. That wasn't a birthday that he could come to and we finally worked it out And how you know that was just. That's just prince doing his thing and jamming in a way where he for the first fifteen minutes. He has led his band. Riff you know that generosity that he has to let his you know. Backup singer lead the song in his bases. They were just jammed before he even showed up. And that was amazing Paul McCartney Singing Michel to me. Wow you know. 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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"There was the music that I bought myself, and that was the forty five version of something with the Jackson Five, ABC. CAIRN of Stop the love you save, that's win. Though the forty fives that new played on your little Makeshif record player thing, it wasn't like the Big Stereo that your parents allowed you. The US, but the thing you plugged in, and you had to put that little round thing and the whole. In you know? That was that was the music that I was allowed to play on my own. Keep the record in my bedroom. Kinda thing, but the Jackson Five. That was what young people that's. We grew up imitating the Jackson five and putting the record on and cousins would be Tito and I'd be Michael. Beyond the drums. We spent the whole afternoon like just shaping our performance to stop the love you save so. Those were some of my first memories. I always tease I always tell them that them. When when our C. The Jackson's that. You know for a lot of us. That were young and you know like. They were the first superheroes that we really had. The jacksons were an occupation almost, and it was interesting culturally because there were the Osmond's remember were the big sort of white family group back then, and there was the big debates about who was better, the Jackson Five, the Osmond's and that was a sort of a political state. So how did you feel on the lines? How'd you feel about one bad apple? Apple when it came out where you fold Lino mid was it was cute, because back then you didn't have like fifty million stations, right? The one station and that played all the pop music, so you heard stopped love you save along with one bad apple, and that you know you had your little groove and dances to that, too. But where was your heart? Your heart was with the Jackson five okay. Michael That's money because I. was I'm one of those friends in the Group of friends that is always last to call something, so I was always Tito. Everybody everyone's fight over. I'll be I was also surrounded by my brother and my male cousin, so I was the only girl in the in the in the posse been, so it was just natural that I stood out as Michael you know. I've felt I would justified in being Michael if I had to hang out with all these boys I should at least be able to tell them what to be around. Grand, this. So even then you knew you knew you had a role to play in without even knowing what future is going to be I obviously. Do you remember your first concert. You know that's that we were too broke for concerts. I mean you know I'm trying to think because my kids go to concerts all the time and I'm like you all are so lucky We were too poor for concerts. Quite frankly ma I never saw the Jackson Five Live. I'm trying to think maybe it was in college where and it wasn't really a concert. It was like an arena orchestra. Sort of Stevie. Wonder was playing in an orchestra. Maybe it was in Philly it's kind of a blur, and a girlfriend had the idea of getting tickets and going to see it I do remember. Was! Oh Gosh if I had to have been maybe a sophomore in in college, so that was what eighty. Eighty, two eighty three and it wasn't it Stevie wasn't like on some big arena tour at may be. It was a benefit. I don't i. don't even remember, but I do remember that we had front row tickets and we both walked in. Our tickets were and then we realize it's like we are in the front row happened. We were looking around waiting for somebody to tell us to move to move. but it was just him and his band, and he played some numbers, and then he call his his bodyguard. People pick some people to come up on stage and stand around the piano, and Sing Ebony and ivory and me, and my girlfriend were picked so I was standing on stage with Stevie. By his piano, thinking what ruin, but that was yeah, yeah, no, I never told them about that because I figured he didn't see me. Right? Well I know that Stevie has. been at the White House at least fifty eleven times. Like. Any event that I'm seeing between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen, like it's almost like Stevie. Wonder comes with the package like TV CV is you know that he and he is all you know he's always game. If there's a cause and it's something he believes in. The first time he showed up was at one of the biggest fundraisers that I had during the campaign It was at Ucla and this was a big announcement because I was I was highlighting I was the keynote representing my husband, the campaign, but Oprah introduced us. It was Maria. Shriver and that was a big deal because that was right when she was going to endorse Barack over What her her husband the governor was. Was Doing, and that was a big deal. Caroline Kennedy so was a women's empowerment kind of thing, the first time I was surrounded by all these mega giants, and I was the keynote speaker they were passing off these introductions to me and right before I went onstage one of our staff, said Stevie wonder's on the phone and he's in the area. He heard about the concert, and he wants to come by and I was like Oh, yeah. So, he just shows up. Like I know that happens a lot. Actually wanted to ask. Are there any other Non Stevie? Wonder moments at the White House, that stands you. Oh Yeah Yeah Prince, but as the first one is prince performing, but of course stevie performed to. Stephen the Ultimate Party crash I get get. When Stevie! There! It's like okay. Steve Guy play Prince and we went back and forth trying to get prints because every time we do our parties and you've been to one of the parties. Yes you've been there and so oftentimes the personal parties were around a birthday or something like that, and of course, prince doesn't celebrate birthdays so. He was like I can't come. But I WANNA come, so we had to figure out how to create something. That wasn't a birthday that he could come to, and we finally worked it out. and you know that was just. That's just prince doing his thing and jamming in a way. where he for the first fifteen minutes, he just let his band riff. You know that generosity that he has to let his you know backup singer lead the song in his bases. They were just jammed before he even showed up and it. That was amazing. Paul McCartney. Singing Michel to me, wow! You know Aretha Aretha has performed performed many a time and you know. She would come with her for and her medal of freedom, badge on because when she came to the White House she wore all her stuff. and she's. She's blown the house down. By everyone from Mick, Jagger to. 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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Off Arkham sation midway through but the necks pat will come out next week. I WANNA say quick. Thank you for everyone who's supported this. Podcast I appreciate it very very much a trends. I'm so grateful. I'm so grateful. I'm so happy I get these emails and notification saying that I got new patrons and it is so exciting. Also you sent me these one off donations. Which is also incredible. Thank you if you have signed up to become a I. P You will get a name read out at the end of the episode you this also an option of becoming a VIP meaning you give more than five dollars per episode and not. Have Your name read out loud either by changing your use my name in your settings own Do believe as you can get whatever you want without being part of the group of a few of you have asked me how how to make me not say names and I'm not one hundred percents yoga's on the creative side of It's definitely an option I think about changing your name all When you do decide what's here you WanNa be on this one. I think that's just cold saying number. But then you're not pod group and the VIP group wants to get the names right out. I hope that makes sense now because I've rambled so much in the beginning. Honestly it's I don't talk a lot these days with people so it's it's all I'm so sorry it's it's It'll I am taking it all out on you but now I'm gonNA say Meth. Thanks to the patrons old and new so I want to mess. Thank you to and DRAC coke. Got Coke Rockin Andrea Kalpa Rockin. You knew welcome Andrea Andrea pepple on who to undress interesting Andrew January Andy Walker. And you can block. Annemarie Heaven Aretha aretha thinking you Awesome Blue Sky Bamboo. Bandit of. That's a tricky one to say. Bamboo banded welcome Barry Nelson Caitlyn cat per se. Cherry wins Chris. Christine with Wi- welcome Christine Danielson Danielle Johnson One begins e eleanor. Emily Bendy immature. Amadeus in Ranji. Oh three three. Ms Felicity Holly Filled on privacy Galloway has welcome. Why are you knew when I know your name? You must know you from Switzerland. Something I I know what you avatars. Galway Galway Galway. Isn't it interesting? Sorry fuck. I keep saying that I'm so sorry. Jinyan David Gray's an Hannah. Paul Smith and the Rose Trust from Helvin. Dyke Harry Maya not We have Helen Jirina. Welcome Mac you both new. Welcome them have he he He Hi he hi welcome Sarita. Just don't know what your name is. Holly Ritchie Josie Catherine Naughton Union. Welcome the Munson Catherine Williams Katie Hatfield Katrina pillow. Listen you must be new. And that's very Danish name. Kim Williams Kiss than e Justin Davidson sat notice to Coast Chris. Nicholson so they'll be plant. Son Than have our income. He must be sort of new Lillian. Harry French hunger in the bunker. Good good Happy for you Lillian Harry French. We have Liska cell. Welcome that you welcome back then known as Phoenix M Dash Maeve Houlihan maury phrase a Megan Roberts Nikola Ellison Tick Ariffin Pulse while perpetual them. Have Rachel Ray England Rachel even hi Rachel. Rachel Phillips at his full Rachel's Full Rachel's then we have rectal Soak I mean Rianne has been very active on my instagram lives. Ended makes very happy. Rianne does not like possibly Robert Nose. Rubbing Kappa Ruin Piss. Welcome Ruin Samantha. Jolie Sarah Elliott Syrup. Luma welcomes via suceeds. Tyler in Victoria. Greer. I'll be quicker at saying them. Once I've gotten all your names in my head Thanks so much for supporting this podcast. It means the the entire wall to me. Thank you thank you thank you. I also want to say I am so sorry. How can it not be organized when I've gotten Okay deep breath and I'm just going to a massive. Thank you for supporting me. This means more now than it ever has opening. Thank you thank you. Thank you Think it's all your for supporting me for sharing. The packers was telling you about it. Thank you to try and sell the bands of being an amazing guest. Go and sweet them and thank them for for having been audited Info these times one of the things that they've pickering for editing this episode Harriet Brain for writing and recording jingle and to Justinian McNicoll for the logo. This podcast was produced by dying alone. Limited I will speak to you next week.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"This is a head gum podcast. Welcome to the campaign pain after the campaign this is not another. Dnd podcast welcome to Ken. They kill it everyone can kill it your dungeon master. Brian Murphy joined by Jake Hurwitz. hard-won sure were foot. Host is a question. I Love Emily. Oxford chance added raging symbiotic. Doc Ready for this one. Of course Caldwell Tanner gold the fifth the noncanonical slayer of demonic articles. That's right that sounds like something I'd like to wear. Oh Yeah it's like a monocle but it is infernal it's a monocle Aretha aretha inflame who really good hotch weapon. Yes guys this week. We're going to be doing a little noncanonical challenge called. Can they kill fillets where the band of boobs are going to enter directly into combat against a challenging photo to see if they can indeed kill it so when we win. We're not going to get the challenge. We're not going to get the experience points. No and when you die you will not permit that either. Because I'M GONNA fucking kill you more like Ken kill. Ken Murph Kill Neck Kill Them. DM Levels. Yeah I what level the Mr Mr. You radio I'm a level.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Of the slow-burn podcast Joel Anderson about a subject. He has covered extensively the murders of two pox the core and the notorious B I g but I our favorite performances by musicians in movies absolutely greg the Oscars are just around the corner corner and this business of musicians on film is a common one. Yeah from the beginning of popular music. We've seen musicians. Also taking a starring role on the silver rescreen including two puck. Who will talk about later? It's only natural. I think for a musician to branch out into film because so much of popular music is creating this persona this larger than life persona on stage. It's already acting and then so take that in front of the cameras. Just make sense. I think about ziggy stardust. Or Sasha fierce or Genucel Monet's ARC android enacting roles. Some artis even play version of themselves. And that's usually usually a mixed bag about how well they do. I think when they're stretching what they are on stage into something different but related. That's when they're at their your best any way we're each going to share four of our favorite performances and Mr Koch you are up I thank you Jim. I am going to go right to the Queen of soul. Well one of my first thoughts when we discussed this topic was her performance. If you could call it. Performance is really Aretha Aretha in the Blues Brother's actually one of the great eight musical movies of all time. It is. You know you can't say a lot about the plot okay. Comedy still really great. Some of it hasn't held up so well but the musical performances in this movie are altogether astounding instill are what I appreciate most about the blues brothers. It was made in one thousand nine hundred forty years later Is that what a lift. It gave to the careers of James Brown and Ray Charles and cab. Calloway and John Lee Hooker. who weren't really really talked about much back then and ended up having great? You know second or third career after this movie came out because it it put them in a new context context for New Legion of Listeners. A wreath of course benefited from that as well soon after she ended up having a string of hits getting back on the charts for the first time in a decade And the other thing you gotta point on his backing band of this the brothers and don I mean what a what a group of Guys Matt Guitar Murphy Mac Guitar Murphy. Who happens to play the husband of Aretha Franklin in this particular movie and gets a lot of what four aretha when the boys are putting? Let's get the band back together. Man and Save the Orphanage Matt Guitar Murphy. Great Guitar Player is the guitar player in that band. He's working at this diner in Aretha so the choreography essentially as her wagging her finger in her pink house slippers. At this guy. And saying you better think before you you make this one of the most iconic songs. It's aretha being aretha you know. Sometimes she had the reputation of being a little remote. She's anything but remote in this performance from the Blues Brother's Aretha Franklin Unsound Opinions. You better thank about what you saying. You've got to think about the consequences of actions or shut.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"A well. It's on it's on the lower end of the scale. I spent on the spectrum of instincts but the cliche if we wanted to. We could posted every day of an NFL player. Talking about God on the author or pointing upwards elite prayers. I'm like that we see a lot of these things. But we're looking around for news stories but something about this really did catch me off guard and I think it was that line. I've been talking to him about it. which suggests is such a familiar ongoing conversation with God that is almost inspiring to hear somebody talking about it like that instead of saying oh I was in prayer just last Sunday saying these things? Look this is more like a kind of prayer life. I'd like to have. Yeah and and you see it from the other side too. Where Lamar Jackson? I don't feel like is someone who who is like sort of this isn't like a dig on him in any way but like the way he talks about southwe carries himself. It's not like Oh this is the guy who's marketing himself as the Christian athlete you know again. There's nothing wrong with that but it seems more naturally infused infused into his Tibo. Maybe or something like that. Yeah and look I mean to each his own and and and you know you you want to encourage people live out their faith in ways that they think is yeah you know God calls them to but this seems to be such as a natural part of who he is you know that I think gets encouraging very cool. Plus he's Lamar Jackson. He is killing it this year. I know are I know but if you will watch one football game this coming up well probably at this week you know. Probably I'm imagining. The Raven set him because they've already locked up the number one seed in their division. But IF YOU'RE watching playoff game make sure to give Lamar Jackson the Baltimore Ravens the chance it. It is an exciting exciting product. They put out every week on that super cool coming in at number two this week. We got our first look at Jennifer Hudson as Aretha aretha. Franklin okay this is. I'm excited about this so before. She died aretha.

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"L U C. I A dot com. Johnny dean Hayes in the house. I know you've been scouring over all of the emails. We got a bug us there. We had a question yesterday from Eric on a cash balance plan. I would like to talk about that today. If it's this hour, fine. If it's next hour, that's fine, too. I, I wanna make sure we get to it. I know toward the end of the show. Yes, almost answered. I know I it was I just said it has to do with the cash balance plan and he gave a nice minute of what a cash balance plan is. There is a follow up to it which I sort of asked, which was, you know, how's it different from a pension plan? Anyway, we'll get to that, but I know we've got other stuff. I erected irrespective of that the ten year, I don't know if we ever want to talk about interest rates on this show, but the ten year was it like to point to something? Yeah. Keeps going down. It's interesting too, because I was just reading up a little bit on this, because everybody's talking about the tariffs, and it's going to cause inflation and prices are gonna go up and all that. The reality is, it's absolutely going the other way. What the there's no inflation, will they can't create pleasure. It hasn't. It hasn't hit the it has the consumer goods yet that's supposed to happen on the twelve percent increase in washing machines. And guess what? Ray in Jeanie you're looking for right? Nearby. Washing machine card's gonna hit autos in the next quarter. Depends on what what they do on this next round. I can't understand it. You know, if it's not it's inexplicable. It isn't explicable. If I'm going to go out and buy something, I've gotta look for the cheapest possible price. Right. You are for sure. Well, anybody was, you know, if you've got a choice, and you get in the same thing, you're going to go to the bagel place. They asked me if I'm in the membership club and said now you guys keep the extra profit, you know, twenty six cents on a bagel. Well, so we're sitting here telling China, they're not charging us enough for good. Telling Canada, you're not charging us enough for lumber. What kind of a stupid, you know, the one that really bugs me to be honest with you is the prescription drugs because literally, we pay more for drugs that we manufacturer here than they pay for the drugs, we manufacturer here in other countries? Yeah. Well, that's, that's again, all that all goes back to the whole health care debate. Which, you know, it's not likely to happen anytime soon. Anyway, I've got a lot on the so what are we talking about? I tell you what I, I was thinking about our brains because the brain is terrible thing to waste. It is it's, it's I wanna I wanna talk about that also. I've done a little more research on Aretha Aretha Franklin's will remember we talked about that a couple of weeks ago last week. It came up. Did we ever get to it? I'm not sure we ever got to it. I did bring it up. But there's evidently found three of them. One of them was handwritten. Under the couch. Yeah. You did say that. I don't know if we talked to that was like the whole Howard Hughes will, but this is in the state of Michigan and interestingly enough, what I learned is in the state of Michigan. A holographic will does not have to be witnessed a holographic one, right yourself. Yeah. It's not an actual hologram or holographic holographic. Yeah. Whatever it's called. It doesn't like what is it called holographic? No. It's could be. That's not my field of expertise, nor mind. But. Eight years specialty. No. You can write it out on a on an envelope. I mean, this is in many states is still has to be witnessed by two witnesses. Well, either way, no matter where I think it all has to go through probate. But I thought today that I would start with little strategy session, I love strategy, so sent back folks, relax..

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"What kind of a stupid deal, you know, the one that really bugs me to be honest with you is the prescription drugs because literally, we pay more for drugs that we manufacturer here than they pay for the drugs. We manufacture here in other countries. Yeah. Well, that's, that's again, all that all goes back to the whole health care debate. Which, you know, it's not likely to happen anytime soon. Anyway, I've got a lot on the. So what are we talking about? I tell you what I, I was thinking about our brains. The, the brain is a terrible thing to waste it is. It's this. I wanna I wanna talk about that. Also. I've done a little more research on Aretha Aretha Franklin's will remember we talked about that a couple of weeks ago last week. It came up. Did we ever get to it? I'm not sure we ever got to it. I did bring it up. But there's evidently found three of them. One of them was handwritten under the couch. Yeah. You did say that. I don't know if we talked to that was like the whole Howard Hughes will, but this is in the state of Michigan and interestingly enough, what I learned is in the state of Michigan. A holographic will does not have to be witnessed a holographic. We won the right yourself. Yeah. It's not an actual hologram or holographic holographic. Yeah. Whatever it's called. What is it called holographic would know could be? That's not my field of expertise nor mine, but. Eight years special teams. No. You can write it out on a on an envelope. I mean, this is in many states is still has to be witnessed by two witnesses. Well, either way, no matter where I think it all has to go through probate. But I thought today that I would start with little strategy session, I love strategy so sit back folks. Relax. The way. Glad to have everybody with us. So yesterday. We talk about the secur- AC in the research, and how they're going to kill the stretch IRA correct it. I guess if it passes one way or another. The stretch is getting, I think this is going to pass. The question is, whether it's the house version or the Senate version. They both they both. They're both proposing to kill the stretch. It's just a question of to what degree one kills it for ten years. You can you have to give distributions out of Reten years, and you get. No exemption, the other one says. No. We'll let you stretch the I four hundred and fifty thousand and then you got five years left. So it's not going to affect the smaller IRA's. You are correct in that. But there's a lot of people have got you know, fairly large IRAs. And we'll have because there's hundreds of thousands of people now have four one K plans, where the asset basis well into the six figures and some in the seven figures. So it is a big deal. It's a big deal. This is for people who inherit this is not for owners like that people who inherit IRA's probably more specifically non spouse inheritors of spouses, have other options, they've got they can roll it to their own or keeping the same, you know payout schedule. So you're, you're correct. This is for, you know, the kids and the grandkids and up with the big jumbo Caraba retirement. Count. And hopefully they don't just go out and spend the money like many of them will. But I got thinking about just some strategically here. All right. So one strategy might be to do something like this..

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Four degrees above zero Eto here. Six above at Chicago's lakefront. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN radio newsroom. And these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. We miss you. Aretha Aretha has sung the national anthem before. And Gladys Knight will sing it Sunday. No pips will be harmed during the singing the national anthem. There's no pitch will be there. It is black history month, and we celebrate that we've now a jam black history month, and we have been enjoying the music all day of Stevie Wonder earth wind and fire's Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, the temptations. People that we grew Chuck Berry, the people that we grew up listening to and just you know, their music is is part of our. Part of our life. And we we also love movies because movies allow us the chance to escape and more than ever some of us really need that. Now, I've never seen this movie. But Ben Anderson executive producer has he says Tate John's call online tree John thanks for waiting. You're so patient. We want to get to everybody. John you're on WGN. What's growing on? Our you. Can you hear me out? Tonight. Yes. Thank you for being a plow. Our in just a couple of Super Bowls ago. We needed a snow plow our desperately. Oh, absolutely. And people I live on a cul de sac with four smaller cul de sacs. And we asked the mayor somebody asked the mayor. Why don't we get speed bumps? She said because it's no. Plus you. Oh, they'll tear up a truck. Right. So he says snowploughs won't want any part of your street. If you put speed bumps up. Yeah. Mayor Jorge van Dusen of Skokie the finest mayor. He's at my top five mayor lists. Yes. Along with Larry mayor who writes for the bears website. Okay. John what sports movie? Do you love? You know, what I would consider it a sports movie? If you're if you're a vehicle guy, I'm a motorcycle and car guy myself by retired from the body shop business about four years ago, but world's fastest Indian. At the bottom motorcycle record that still held on the salt flats out here in our country. Okay. The Bonneville flats. Yeah. Absolutely. Thanks for the help there. I don't remember like they used to. I have not seen the movie. What else can you tell me about what an inspirational movie, I'll tell you die game from you know, to compete with all of these guys that are backed by big sponsors and everything else every year. They're they're returning competitor is every year and everything else. And here comes this guy. I think from all trail. Yes. I remember New Zealand was New Zealand. Yeah. And I'll tell you what what an inspirational movie, you do not have to be a motorcycle guy to be inspired, by the way that movie goes. I would put that on top lift put that on your bucket list act on my bucket list. My bucket list has extra crispy on it. Harry because I know you're you're a name kinda guy. Yes. The lead that please Burt Munro the character is Anthony Hopkins. That's a big name. Yeah. Well, we I I always I really enjoy true stories that is a true story. I I've never seen it. But I will check it out and is called world's fastest Indian. Yes. The title the title just really throws a lot of people. I think not to watch it because I'm still in touch with a lot of a lot of motor heads out here in northwest, Indiana. A lot of people said, oh, I never heard of that. I said, well, you'll never know it vehicle related. I will be an idiot motorcycle is what it is. I would've guessed it was about Kenny Lofton. That's right. Thanks for the call. We appreciate very very much. This is WGN radio. Normally Giulio is hurt here. Nick has denied off. I'm hairy. Happy to be pinch hitting this evening and getting talked to all you good people of Chicago. You can hear me every Saturday with the one and only Mark Harmon. He's at the car and we're on four to seven every Saturday. This Saturday will be off a little bit early as the Blackhawks come back with the game tomorrow night in buffalo than Saturday to get Minnesota five thirty pregame with Boden tomorrow. Six o'clock puck drop hawks in the sabers Wiedeman and Murray, and then John and Troy have a seven o'clock face off after Boden six thirty pregame Saturday nights. We're off at six thirty for Black Hawks and wild. This would be Glenn, Glenn you're on WGN. How you doing? I'm living alive. But enough about me. Same here. Same here the replacements, which is a good movie. I really liked it. And paper lion. Wow. You're going back old school. Yeah. That's also that once but whilst face off the park, but whoever right? So just so face, the paper lion is George Plumpton story of when he spent an entire training camp with the Detroit Lions and the deal was that he would be with them for all training camps like a regular player, and he was like an ageing. He was like a thirty something writer and his deal was he would get four downs in an actual playoff game. And he came in and he played four downs and believe against the colts. And it's pretty cool story. You know, they just honored Alan Alda at the sag awards last Sunday night and in the clip for him. They show a scene from paper lion that was pretty cool replacements replacements. I'm not so sure that cuts the top two hundred. Of sports movies. I love I do. I've got to watch it again. It's it's just it's entertaining. It's I'm not saying, it's the most realistic movie out there. It's just entertaining. That's all I got four. I have to. I'm gonna have to give it another give it another try. I guess it's another good Heckman. But you can't go wrong with Hackman. Yeah. I have two lines and a Gene Hackman mobile. Can you name the national movie filmed in Chicago with Tommy Lee Jones and Dennis France? I got to meet, Gene Hackman. He was very friendly. It's called the edge called the package. I'm not familiar with that one. Andrew Davis, directed it. Andrew Davis has done several movies in Chicago, directed it. And Tommy Lee Jones, the bad guy. Gene. Hackman's the good guy. And Tommy Lee Jones spent the day I was only there for one day on set risky business. I have one line out there for eight days. But I've I've was there for one day in the package. I two lines. And Tommy Lee Jones spent the day talking about how the toughest Howard football in the world is Ivy league football. I said let me guess you went to Yale. He said, no Harvard, but that has nothing to do with it. Okay. Tommy lee. Thank you very much for the call. Appreciate it. Nice weekend, you my friend. You have a great weekend was other people that we didn't get to. I'm sorry. We did not get to you. I appreciate that you called. And we we got to get ready to clean up and run here because closing bell is coming up shortly. When we get back. I want to tell you about a good Samaritan who did something awesome yesterday. And then I also want to read you this piece that I wrote for the athletic this weekend about why you should bet. The Rams in the Super Bowl. We'll step away for just a moment. And then we'll come right back. I'm WGN radio seven twenty..

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"A fatal flaw for your Los Angeles. Lakers. We'll get to that. Just a second. I watched a VM as last night you did. It was unlike seventeen channels. You know, videos are very important. Well, the funny thing is I, I forgot Viacom did this thing a couple years ago, the company that owns and everybody and they have like seventeen cable channels. So they put the MTV music awards on all their cable channels. I was trying to watch the daily show and the daily show wasn't on the music awards on. But you know, by the I left it with a four minutes to go in the game. I was like, I couldn't do. He was kind of on his background noise most of the night, but like, but then I wanted to, okay, it's eight o'clock. I wanna watch the daily show. That's what I watch every night. And yeah, it was still the musical Arianna ground day. One of the few people who actually sang right. NAS to me like somebody's anti was out there. You gotta show me doing a break. She showed me some of the pictures really wash a little bit of it, but I just, you know, everybody's talking about two things. I couldn't even know how to find it until I found it on the wrong objects performance because he had this big, huge installation. Excuse me dealing with immigration. Yeah, which you have children. And he had a workers who work in immigration system separated by a wall, and then walk came down with a big production and then of course, Madonna right. Didn't. She gave a tribute to the great Aretha Franklin. She gave a tributary self. I think Simon was the homework said, give. She do watch it. So. Oh my gosh. So she talked about herself. She was opposed to give a tribute to Aretha Aretha rita's picture behind her and whole nine already knew was messed up because they pick Madonna right record. She says the reason is the cystic as for the reasons that we made me cursed last week. Right? So l z when you were out we Madonna's birthday, it was their sixtieth birthday and six. And we were talking about how Madonna has done a good job as anyone really entertainment of just constantly changing with the times and l z was talking about that like, and then he kind of caught himself and said, got caught myself. Well, no, you added, we're talking you kind of it manifested with oracle and you went full circle. So I started talking about how she is really good at appropriate in different cultures. You know, sometimes she's Asian sometimes she's so when I was vogue house, she took that from the gay. Black guys in Harlem spun around and they made it seem like it was her stuff. So in describing end up person. 'cause I realized I was actually kicked off a how she was twice actually. You know, he said he said that bleep stole our bleep. So that's a kind of lost myself anyway, which, although I'll make them see row, she rose because she's sneaky. She did. She rose. She takes this. You remember remember that was Latino. Yeah, I actually thought she was in blah actually thought she was Latigo when I was a kid because of that song because she was full all like, let s you that she was in Spain. Oh, come on? Yeah. At least at least twenty. She had the brother Pete priest in the video made everyone. Yeah, like a prayer. Not a bunch of videos with none of she had a no see when full on t. head black Jesus Christ. Oh, yeah, that's what it was. I didn't make people happy, but anyway, so last night they, you know, Madonna who I'm a fan of lover music and stuff, but that's the wrong person to talk about a wreath of Frank..

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Human Ken doll, we talked about last week is on it, and also the model who got kidnapped maybe not is on it too. She ended up act. She was actually cutbacks what that was a guy got the guy got arrested for, oh, so she didn't lie. She did it lie. And so that's what she had to write that book. She was like, what really happened? She just acted sexy regardless. So her right just kidnapped doesn't mean you can't be sexy anymore. And that's what she Irving. This is a little bit like Amanda Knox were like Knox like she did it because she was like she was still like breaking up with her boyfriend, kissing him in public after all stuff, this kind of stuff. So it's really so Mike Levin, ATI. Daddy of Nadi said, quote regarding stormy Daniels on a pretty big. I guess she was supposed to be on it and then like within hours of the show's premiere, she said she was going to do it. And Michael naughty said they the big brother producers insisted she conduct yourself in a certain way day attempted to control her produce certain result, which he did not feel comfortable with. And then I guess us weekly said, but we heard that she didn't do it because shouldn't get enough money. And Michael nutty says there was never any dispute pay that's complete fabrication. I don't know. I'd still believe it if you told me she wanted more money at didn't get it right. And now looking for the rest of the people in the house and it's like not people weren't. You should care about. It's like Girls Club girl somebody from love island, somebody from towel. We like, I don't care. We gotta move on from this. We could talk about Pauley Perrette or Christina. El Moussa. We'll tell the Polly story paulie, as you know, recently left NCIS or last season. And so because she was on a network television show for one hundred years, paulie is probably extremely comfortable with regards to her financial situation, paulie is, does does not have to ever work again, you know, she never has. Because of that. She's just been sitting at home all day watching daytime, television, including the Steve Harvey, hosted family feud, and guess what she thinks it's too dirty. She has been tweeting a lot about the fact that family feud is way too sexual for her tastes, including tweets, like dear at ABC family feud. I love Steve. Harvey FM, and I love game shows. Why do you make your program? So filthy? Even which players? No reason. Then later on I'm a sociologist. I love family ABC, but why are all the questions now filthy and sex questions. There's so much more to humans come on. What do you think that she's just like this? This sounds like a person who has never watched family feud or like maybe watched it like once twenty years ago. And just as like finding time to tune in for the first. Oh, I can't you family feud. Apart of your lover. You nibbled on like it was a snack. Rhys before we move on. Can I read an Instagram caption for you really made the rounds this week? That kind of killed me personally, I'm not sure if it kill you, but it killed me. This was posted by Ashanti two days ago. You might have heard that Aretha Franklin died really set. Oh, I thought you were acting like you didn't know. I was like, FYI you new and super sad, you know, and she was sick. And so we kind of knew it was coming, but it was very sad and there's a lot of tributes, and it's always interesting to watch other celebrities react to celebrity deaths just because either they make it about them, which can either be tasteful or not. Tasteful usually angle will this celebrity we make about them? Will you make it about you? Will you make it about something you did together? Will you post a photo of you together? We tell a story about them, like there are many things that you can do to different tastes levels. Usually when you make it about you, it's a little bit much. Ashanti did everything. She told a story. She made it about her. She did it. There's a picture of Sondhi posts a picture of her and Aretha Aretha is wearing a pink hotdog hat which is truly wild..

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Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

Colleen and Bradley

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Jay Mohr and Nikki Cox Finalize Their Divorce 2 Years After Splitting

"One Hello Elisabeth you guys nice. To be with you Of. Course he was you know the big conversation today is about the death of, singer Aretha Franklin at the age of seventy six I, know you guys have been. Talking about at the beginning of the show but if you're just tuning in for. The dirt alert Aretha Franklin has passed away she had been dealing with pancreatic cancer and passed away in her home in Detroit her family issued a. Statement saying it is with deep and profound sadness that we announce the passing of Aretha Aretha Louise Franklin the Queen. Of soul so her longtime publicist put out that statement and she passed away at her. Home surrounded, by family and loved ones and of course the cause of death was due to. The advanced

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"aretha aretha" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

01:52 min | 5 years ago

"aretha aretha" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Eventually risk was the answer to that problem i was thirty nine that was so new to storytelling that if you listen to those first episodes i'm literally just telling those stories for the first time and learning how to tell stories while creating a show about it you know that's the way it should be done you know the guys because because we hadn't had any sketch comedy training when we were on and why you guys in the state who broke away to do reno nine one one they were like well let's created an improv show i mean we've never had an improv class in our life but we can worm while doing is reno nine one one game about so you you didn't know what to do next and you needed to like make our own usid ashamed to be part of like the scene yes i became a cater waiter was what it was instead of putting as much time and under energy as i could into doing as much creative workers possible i became obsessed with omega what survival job can i possibly have fire me and so i went through a ton of them but i landed on cater waiter and i was constantly being recognized serving people with the train people being like oh my god you're on tv because it was even still in reruns at that time so one night i met the grammys i'm pouring champagne in vip room at the grammys either right vanity fair as party i can't remember and aretha franklin and sarah mclaughlin walk in the room at the same time as era mclaughlin is like oh holy fucking shit it's a wreath of franklin i so she says to aretha aretha cannot get you a glass of champagne so they come up to the bar.

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