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"richard penman" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Iron munro. Msg price the third are taking some time off this month but in their absence were playing. Some of the best episodes from there all revved up. Podcast today were broadcasting their episode on blackness and cultural appropriation it begins with emmett defining what they mean when they talk about appropriation. Let let me focus on terminology. I because the word appropriation really means to take something without permission to go all right. Those were adaptation right which is to take something that exists and to make it into something else right in your own. That's right that's right and then there's another word which is adoption which is to take something else with permission right okay. So at the core of the terms. That i just presented is consent is permission so when we're talking about appropriation we're talking about people taking something that is not there that they did not create that has not invested in generational legacy or heritage and then utilizing it for their own good without giving attribution so when we go back to the minstrel shows and it turned into century the late eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds were white folks. Were making fun of slave culture by appropriating. Some of the things that they clearly did not understand but what they saw right as a form of comedy and entertainment. That's absolute appropriation. When we talk about covers in the music. Room and literally paola right. So covers is when a white artist would take a a an album that a black artist just created and redo it cover it and re release it and then paola was win that artists or their representatives would pay all of the radio disc jockeys in order to play the right the white version right the white version but mbatha one other thing that scene that was that was the more polite way when they would redo it but they got so bold because they can't mimic certain songs no matter how you do. You just can't appropriated that. They would have black singers on the record and just but i guess what i'm saying. Is that the way that the narrative gets to be told tested. Elvis presley becomes the king. Iraq is because elvis presley people which suppress big mama thornton's albums or other people's who were recording and releasing the songs before elvis presley had access to it and that is why little richard form you know. His birth name was richard penman..
"richard penman" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast
"I love this story. This is my favorite story. I looked it up. Okay there was a guy He's got to be in the sixties right and he wrote about his mother. His mother was named dotty dotty pulled into rickenbach because she was so good at soldering and stuff and they taught her how to do fretwork and sanding the whole nine yards. Not only did she make my rickenbacker. She made georgia's okay. Can you believe this a woman. Yes they just think of course you. I know. i was flabbergasted. How wonderful is that. The women's us to it right and her son took a picture of her watching ed sullivan that night. Oh gosh it brought a smile on the face because there's two of the guitars. She accidentally actually hand manufactured. Well you'll you'll like this. I was trying to find. I did a little eighty nine now. Yeah okay well. I did a little search. Because i was wondering who that so but i haven't found that out yet but you know. Sometimes they have this little cuny short. Right who made rickenbacker guitars famous beatles. No oh toots thielemans. John john new. Oh i know ain't john doesn't say the beetle. Here's what says says. John who had played a rickenbacker three twenty five since his days in hamburg nineteen fifties guitar famous when the beatles on the sullivan show that made the brand essential for other british invasion bands including the stones. The who in the hermits hermits right because georgia's didn't really even appear until what i shouldn't. I don't think he played on sullivan. I think he played. It was a hard day's night and that's what inspired the birds. And what have you right. Roger mcglynn you are credible. Listen to that so they should just give you any darn rickenbach want thought that way about the whole monica. Well i'll keep it all. Keep note on this so we can show it to on. So i'm so proud of you know i saw there was a guy in american jazz artist. Named toots okay. That did play a rickenbacker. And i thought well. They've good enough. A toots another life. being. Called toots all. I've got to tell you something. But i don't think i can say it in public. Aw okay oh this is quite the story. You want to hear it. Of course you sure well. If anybody's overhearing let me tell you something. All right to see fruity okay. Okay what does that make you. Think ice cream okay. Very good very good because that was the inspiration for the title. I yeah of course. I always thought that not everyone right. Yeah but okay two hours right. Okay who is that. I have no idea they'll come on don't you don't know who came up with that song now now. Let's look a little. Richard penman dating richard. I'm going to bob. Yeah that's him and who coveted. Then lord pat boone. I and it was more like two twohey food. Hey really whitewash was no little richard. No no no no. No i can't i can't hear that song slow right here. Lord his wickets testy. Okay i was on. Core is on the internet corre. Oh yeah i do. Yes i do like the qna yes stuff. All trivia stuff yes and then experts from everywhere jumping. Here's your answer right right. Somebody asked what the lyrics for two flu. T mean oh right okay. Now i'm not going. I can't say the begum less. Just say the original lyrics were about gay sex. Okay well okay. A little greasy makes it easy. Deere right well you go. Hello what do you think. The song yummy yummy by the ohio express is about no yummy. Yummy time me loving you. Don't tell me i you're gonna break my heart. Who told you. Jesus guy named tim. Corwin is truth. Jesus oh they also have a song. They had a song a later song called. It's actually called peanuts but if you kind of don't pronounce it right very eloquently. It sounds like something else in you know. Funny it's so funny how you know rock and roll in sex kits so intermingled. Well you know what you know. What was funny about planning hamburg and being the beatles now pistols peter that is supposed to be in german slang. No little male appendages. See no i would never have learned that word and they would laugh as always appears beatles. Beatles no no no of course not but you. did you put your plan for these gangsters. These barmaids it all giggling. Gop agency okay. So here's an opposite song. Yeah these song. Louie louie oh god no one ever no one ever knew with lyrics men totally know what the total you totally know. Well because i used to rock and roll. I worked with the kingsman. Yes you did. And song was written by a man named is. I recall richard and i can't think of the last name the lion no. I think it actually was richard berry. But not the richard berry that people know of anyway. The band bought that song from him. for twenty five dollars so and i. Yeah oh league go ran the version you hear on. The radio was indeed recorded in a garage with mike hanging from the ceiling kidding. That's why it's it's an equalized and it's kinda sketchy put it's but it but it's got character. Yeah and the lead singer a gosh. What's this. I can't think of his name now anyway. The lead singer at the time he actually starts versed before the band. Hits that verse And then he starts over that that's their on that original recording okay. Because he doesn't enunciate. Nobody could understand the song correct so their minds went different places. The song is about a sailor who goes to see an image this girlfriend. That's it that that is all the song is about because they turned it into some sexual. Well yeah and. I know all the parks this right right. It got so bad. The song was banned from certain radio. Stations here by the. Us and dick peterson. Guess who is one. The drummer then And is now the lead singer. Dick said that and he was there the whole time. In fact three of the original members were there when i was working with them Dick said for two years two years every time they played a gig there. Were these two guys. There were two men.
"richard penman" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Single Americans are hoping to score by being immune to the corona virus. The New York Post reporting that individuals are posting the results of their Copa Nineteen antibody tests on their dating profiles. At least one. Matchmaker says she's also including possible past infections in her matching process. Some dating apps like one called more are also working with tech companies to include health screening features experts. Do this still report the presence of Code Nineteen. Antibodies does not indicate complete immunity or negate the possibility of reinfection. I honestly have no idea how many dating apps there are now like I knew that there was you know tender the popular ones harmonies and think sites. Like that bananas. There's bomb bowl. There's rare Raya or Roy or something like that. Yeah that's the one that that Matthew Perry is on. I did that story the other day. I'm like it's like some invitation. Matchmaking site exclusive. He's doing an endorsement for it. So okay because why would you? Would he make that public? Bumble like the females have all the control so whoever you swipe on or you know buzz or whatever their little terminology as the female has twenty four hours to respond to you and I don't know what I like. Somebody who has people have sweet tooth. I don't know what that is been. Comedian some more. Yeah it's also for farmers only dot com which is A. I mean that's white people. I mean very specific. Say That's what that is. I never thought I read an article about it. I'd never. It never dawned on me and I was like. Oh yeah okay. Black people meet DOT com. Which I'm on deaf just signed up not great not great. Not Getting a lot of swipes back turns out. It's a butcher shop in the help. Neil young is still performing during the coronavirus lockdown. Only his audience is a lot different. The singer songwriters been doing virtual concerts on his website in a series called fireside sessions for his latest at he performed outdoors in what he called his barnyard edition. He played for an audience of chickens. Ducks horses and and L. Paca which seems right. I guess I don't know I I can see million doing that. Springsteen songs to play old man. Bruce Springsteen is calling little Richard One of a handful of men who changed the face of World Cultural Culture springsteen pay tribute to the red though springsteen face coach he paid tribute to the rock pioneer during his e street radio broadcast on Sirius. Xm instead a little Richard crossed radical boundaries challenge gender norms and he had the time of his life springsteen also complained about the quarantine and said quote empty and unused. I don't care for especially at seventy. I'm counting my days and my friend of got things to do that. Involve me and you end quote and funeral was held for Richard Penman in Huntsville Alabama. Yesterday rock and roll. Legend died may ninth at the age of eighty seven elder Joseph McCoy president of the South Central Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Penman spiritual core which began in the baptist. Tradition tradition contributed to his success clouds and Sun. Slight chance of rain later today. Upper sixties for the high fifty. Three a DVD it is the DVD morning. Show on the way for a little later on this morning. Weird Paul's going to be on the program because this weekend is Memorial Day and that means the DVD Memorial Day. Five hundred countdown is back. It was so popular last year when we re booted it for our fiftieth anniversary that we had to bring it back once again. And so we're doing so and the official archivist of the Memorial Day five hundred countdown is none other than Weird Paul Petrosky. If you don't know Weird Paul you're not gonNA WANNA miss this. He has been cataloguing the Memorial Day five hundred countdown since one thousand nine hundred five since it started and he was like an original vlogger before there was an internet took videos of himself. Chronicling everything that happened during the day and then Don of Youtube he became a big sensation. And so he's like a famous guy in In the weird circles. And we'll talk to him about that and his love of five hundred Memorial Day five hundred countdown also. Pfc commenter from Barstool Sports. Pardon my take. Podcast will be on the show a fifteen pound for pound the funniest guy on twitter and stand sovereign. Nine forty-five will be joining us to talk about well. What's going on locally here and Mike Pursuit of the bottom of the hour. We'll give you the update on where we stand with both hockey and baseball in the NFL. Of course all the football new seems rebound Ben. Getting a haircut in the governor being mad at him and that story stretching out over the course of a couple the days. But you know kind of had enough of it but you know We also have another one of those great Obituaries that you know Kinda Buck. The trend of the formality of the orbit uncle bulky will say punky this morning and our Buddy Doug Whaley. It'll be on the show. Eight forty five talk about the new proposed amendments to the rules. They shut down the most recent one but they do wanna do something to try and entice. Nfl teams to bring on more African American. Coaching candidates and the virtual Valedictorian contest. We've got a few more entries. We'll get to those today. We're going.
"richard penman" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"What about the amount of people that had all those things happen after they had a baby? Yeah, that the. Cause of. Blood, pressure and Added Weight Gain Stress Insomnia. What about those things? Single Americans are hoping to score by being immune to the corona. Virus. The New York Post reporting that individuals are posting the results of their Copa Nineteen, antibody tests on their dating profiles. At least one matchmaker says she's also including possible past infections in her matching process. Some dating apps like one called more are also working with tech companies to include health screening features. Experts do this still report the presence of Code Nineteen. Antibodies does not indicate complete immunity or negate the possibility of reinfection. I honestly have no idea how many dating apps there are now like I knew that there was you know tender, the popular ones, harmonies and think sites like that bananas. There's bomb bowl there's. Rare Raya or Roy or something like that. Yeah, that's the one that that Matthew Perry is on. I did that story the day I'm like. It's like some. Invitation. Matchmaking site. Exclusive I'm assuming he's doing an endorsement for it so. Okay because why would you? Would, he make that public. bumble like the females have all the control, so whoever you swipe on, or you know buzz or whatever their little terminology as the female has twenty four hours to respond to you. And I don't know what. I like somebody who has people have sweet tooth. I don't know what that is. Urban comedian some more. Yeah, it's also. For farmers only dot com. which is a I mean? That's white people. I mean very specific. Say. That's what that is I. Never Thought I read an article about it I'd never. It never dawned on me and I was like Oh yeah okay. Black people meet DOT COM, which I'm on deaf. Just signed up not great, not great. Not Getting a lot of swipes back. Turns out. It's a butcher shop in the help. Neil Young, still performing during the coronavirus lockdown. Only his audience is a lot different. The singer songwriters been doing virtual concerts on his website in a series called fireside sessions for his latest at he performed outdoors in what he called his barnyard edition. He played for an audience of chickens, ducks, horses and and L. Paca. which seems right I guess I. Don't know I see million doing that. springsteen. Songs to. Play old man. Bruce Springsteen is calling little Richard One of a handful of men who changed the face of World Cultural Culture springsteen pay tribute to the. Red Though. springsteen face woke culture. He paid tribute to the rock pioneer during his east radio broadcast on Sirius. Xm instead a little Richard crossed. Radical boundaries challenge gender norms, and he had the time of his life. Springsteen also complained about the quarantine, and said quote, empty and unused time. I don't care for especially at seventy I'm counting my days and my friend of got things to do that. Involve me and you end quote. and. Funeral was held for Richard Penman in Huntsville Alabama yesterday. Rock and roll legend died may ninth at the age of Eighty, seven elder Joseph McCoy President of South Central Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Penman, spiritual core which began in the Baptist tradition tradition contributed to his success. Clouds and sun slight chance of rain later today upper sixties for the high fifty three a DVD. It is the DVD morning show on the way for a little later on this morning. Weird Paul's going to be on the program because this weekend is Memorial Day and that means the DVD Memorial Day. Five hundred countdown is back. It was so popular last year when we re booted it for our fiftieth anniversary that we had to bring it back once again and so we're doing so and the official archivist of. The Memorial Day five hundred countdown is none other than Weird Paul Petrosky if you don't know Weird Paul, you're not gonNA WANNA miss this. He has been cataloguing. The Memorial, day five hundred countdown since one, thousand, nine, hundred five, since it started, and he was like an original vlogger before there was an internet. took videos of himself chronicling everything that happened during the day, and then Don of Youtube. He became a big sensation, and so he's like a famous guy in in the weird circles, and we'll talk to him about that and his love of five hundred Memorial Day, five hundred countdown also PFC Commenter from Barstool Sports. Pardon, my take podcast will be on the show, a fifteen pound for pound the funniest guy on twitter. And stand sovereign nine forty-five. Will be joining us to talk about well. What's going on locally here and Mike Pursuit of the bottom of the hour we'll give you the update on where we stand with both hockey and baseball in the NFL. Of course all the football new seems rebound Ben Getting a haircut in the governor, being mad at him, and that story stretching out over the course of a couple the days. But, you know. Kind of had enough of it, but you know We also have another one of those great. Obituaries that you know. Kinda. Buck the trend of the formality of the orbit. Uncle, bulky will say. Punky this morning and our Buddy Doug Whaley it'll be on the show eight forty five. Talk about the new proposed amendments to the rules. They shut down the most recent one, but they do wanNA. Do something to try. And entice NFL teams to bring on more African American coaching candidates and the virtual Valedictorian contest. We've got a few.
"richard penman" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Of the state homeowners to create to make to make meals for Some of the local homeless shelters. If had they had a range restaurants just made in that and are sort of creating meals that can then be passed out in safe manner to To folks who are using the shelters some of these done similar things now are their projections. For how many more Americans could become homeless as a result of this pandemic? I have not seen any projections on how many people are likely to become homeless. I would say I that because of the additional resources federal resources. At least we do have a chance. I think if we're stiff we're strategic to move a lot of people who are currently homeless into housing. But I have a lot of fears about what's going to happen as the country opens up again. Many people now are living under rent forbearance programs. They don't have to pay the rent at the moment but when all of this ends they're going to still owed. These are many of the same people who haven't been able to work er only worked sporadically. They're not GONNA have three months worth of back rent they don't have assets or they would have been paying the rent already. We also have a lot of eviction moratoriums around the country and in certain kinds of housing that prevent people who can't pay their rent from being victim but those will also go away and so I think we're going to have a lot of people who owe rent and Able to be a victim and I'm concerned that we need to plan better about what's GonNa Happen to them. We the alliance and many other groups have come together to request a hundred billion dollars in the next stimulus bill for rental assistance in great part to prevent replacing the existing group of Homeless People. With just a new group that comes out of this pandemic and as we're seeing different cities reacting to the needs of unsheltered people during this pandemic. Do you believe that any of these temporary solutions give way to long term solutions? Yes I do think so and I think we have resources to move in that direction and I think a lot of jurisdictions California the District of Columbia where I live just took some steps to improve the situation allowing or requiring that landlords give people time to set up a payment plan for their rent rear ages. I think it's possible that we could come out of this better Nan. Roman is president and CEO of the National Alliance to end homelessness. And Jared Bray is a freelance reporter in Philadelphia and housing correspondent for next city. Thank you both very much for being here. Thank you so much. Thank you while bobbling. Mom bound bounty the music. Industry was dealt a serious blow this weekend. The loss of three icons little Richard Born. Richard Penman died of bone cancer on Saturday. At the age of eighty seven the self described King and Queen of rock and roll little. Richard had a larger than life persona and musical chops to match with hits like Tutti frutti slipping and sliding and good. Golly Miss Molly. He embodied rock and roll and inspired future music. Legends like the Beatles David Bowie Jimi Hendrix prints and Bob Dylan. He was unapologetic about who he was on. Stage of black queer man and he was vocal about the outsize impact. He had on an industry that never gave him the credit he deserved to other giants in music also died this weekend. From Non Corona Virus Related Causes Famed Moving Executive Andre Hurrell and legendary soul singer Betty Wright who were fifty nine and sixty six years old respectively all in all an incredibly tough weekend for some legendary black performers who influenced most of the music. You here today in some way here to discuss the legacy of these three music. Legends is Hanif of Dura keyed a poet essayist and cultural critic from Columbus Ohio and the author of several books including go ahead in the rain notes to a tribe called quest. So glad to have you here with us like you asked me. I appreciate it. Let's start with little Richard. What made him stand out as a performer? As an artist. Well I think that if you are lucky enough if you have the time to watch his ultra funded says I would say from about the mid fifties too when he kind of revived his career in the mid to late sixties? Uc someone who understood the controlled? Add over audience. He was I think in elite level performer Also just kind of plainly. Music was also good as is hooked for catching. This songs were always building towards some kind of rapturous swelling that could really capture the ear inn. Hearts of many. He was a great writer and get incredible voice and I think between him Bait they kind of ushered in an era of rock and roll. That is a blueprint for what we know. Now we're his onstage and offstage personas the same not particularly and I think that also that question also depends on the season of life. That will which was in. I mean I think that and of course I'm speaking of somebody did not know him at all but you read stories about how he was sometimes. Earn the men's sometimes. Aslam as he was on stage but I think that he seemed to come. Alive is mostly and there was an audience. So I do think that I I the more people that were around to kind of watch him or be a party to his personality being more tuned into it. Who are some of the artists that we might not know about today? Had it not been for Little Richard James Brown and Jimi Hendrix the Beatles? All these people who started with him Hendrix Guitar player for So there are artists who I think. The thing that I hope doesn't not get Boston discussing of little. Richard's like he was that he was so kind and generous to artists. Who were coming up a bit after him and I think one thing that hurt him. A great deal was that some of those artists after they surpassed in popularity perhaps did not share that same generously him the notorious interview from the ninety s and early stone. I think maybe nineteen ninety-three after Paul McCartney Gotten some lifetime achievement award in in little. Richard was genuinely hurt. That McCartney in thank him. He thanked all these other originators. And all these other people help the Beatles and little Richard had helped him to be else in wasn't thanked us. I think that there's some it's always seemed to me like there was some sadness there for someone who was very generous to a generation of artists who came in after him. When he didn't have to be at the point he would offer up. Gigs and offer slaps I think this is because of how Richard came up on me. One of those first performances consist arose at Tharp. Let him open for her and then pay the money which inspired him to to keep pursuing performance. So I think he paid that forward with generation of artists and was not always properly banked for that. What role did his race and his sexuality play? In the way that little Richard was or was not recognized his race. I could speak most clearly does race. I'm anti removal of black musicians from the history of American music is Extends far beyond little Richard died at a he is one of the most prominent cases of that. I think that he spent in a long amount of his career and his life. Kind of shouting at the powers-that-be attempting to remind them of what he accomplished. And I don't think he'd have to do that if you were white. I don't think you have to do that if he were say. Elvis but I think the idea that the public was quote unquote not ready for an artist. Like Richard to be at the height of rock and roller therapy or big outdoor or any of these people who were setting to the height of musically think. We're pushing forward. The sound and style of early era of rock and roll blues of Even Country Music. I think race played a role in in them being removed from.
"richard penman" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
"People were always singing in Macon Georgia. Music was everywhere. The town was alive with it on paved streets on dirt roads on porches. On the tongues of residents to Maki- churches music was in the air in the morning when the sun rose promising another sweltering day and at dusk when the nats would come out and get caught up in the Kudzu born in Nineteen thirty two Richard Penman grew up with the black and white neighborhoods overlapped in. Macon his father. Bud juke shrank called the tip in in. He also ran moonshine and the penman household but and leave a main. Their dozen. Kids didn't want for much as a young boy. Richard was different in more ways than one. He was picked on mercilessly. He was born with one leg shorter than the other and thus ridiculed for the way he walked long strides twisted up with short once he was born with one eye bigger than the other. It was a giant head that bobbled atop is small frame. Kids teased them for that too. He was effeminate. Had He talked more like a girl a boy and more fodder for the bullies he powdered and perfumed his face in the bathroom mirror and his classmates had a field day with that one too. They called him. Names called them. Big Head Freak Sissy. Richard's dad wasn't a fan of his sons effeminate ways. You're only have sunny told Richard. My Daddy had seven sons and I wanted seven suns. But you've fucked up that real good just by being born. Richard already done something wrong and then there were the people making who didn't ridicule Richard for the way he looked or the way he walked in the fact that he wasn't as manly as the next guy instead. They saw an impressionable young boy aching fit in and they saw mark of honorable boy. A boy who will be easily persuaded. Richard was proposition at an early age by older women from around making they'd ask him prying question sexual questions he tell them whatever he thought they wanted to hear. And then it would be on sex at the age of sixteen with older adult women. It wasn't just women. Men White men would pick Richard up along with other boys. His Age on the side of the road drive them out into the woods and force them to perform oral sex. The scene was entirely fucked up and completely dangerous. Richard was one of many who get stopped by a couple of older men. The locals called Madame. Oop INSYS Henry. If you dilly-dallied long enough on your way home from school madame persist Henry would catch up to you while searching through the streets singing songs the way most making residents would their own business. Madame would pop out of the shadows. Ask you what you were doing. Ask you where you were going. Tell you how nice he looked ask. You wanted to make a little money. Wanted some quick cash. You GotTa do is follow bread over there under the bushes in the woods behind the gas station wherever Richard unlike what came next but money was hard to come by making he'd go through the motions. Madam move pulled his shirt out out of his pants and then slowly lifted it up to show Richard the Kloss to me back on his side. Too much destroyed. His turned out into what you've explained with something more Kim to a floppy old than a working functioning biologically was useless thus the colostomy bag but sexually well the Lord Taketh. But he do give it to. You may have no longer had with what he did. Now have it was gross insane. Even the sexiness and Megan Richard wanted out of the Freak Show. He was failing in school and falling in with the wrong crowds scavenged by the legs of Madame oop. He wanted to do right by God. Get on the right side of Satan. Be Good but feel good too. He felt pulled by the evil felt the whispers from Eva blow against his ear. The only thing he enjoyed was singing with Gospel groups and tap Richard loved singing. He sang a prayer meeting saying on people's doorsteps saying everywhere. Someone else wasn't already singing. So when Dr Hudson's medicine show came through making in nineteen forty eight selling snail oil and singing secular tunes. Richard Saad Opportunity in jumped on board. Join the circus as it were. Even if the real circus and Richards is was making he had to get away. He was just sixteen. He played with the medicine. Show get hooked up and saying with others be Brown and his orchestra. The Tidy Jolly steppers the eljay he show the Broadway follies he joined. The VAUDEVILLE show called Sugar Foot Sam from Alabama put unaddressed heels and performed as his alter ego Princess Levonne his performances. Soon lead to attention from Aaron. Bj's in nineteen fifty one at eighteen years old. He found himself in the studio for the first time his single taxi blues with every hour on the flip side did well in both making and Atlanta locally. He was making a name for himself. But the brakes were pumped. When Richard's father was shot and killed in st gunned down outside the tipping in by Frank. Tanner after an argument. Bud called frank out on some bullshit told him to take his big mouth outside but didn't take ship. Could tell you that especially as half side Richard but followed Franko. Cy Bod was packing. He many residents of making off. Were like Frank. Tanner was frank turned around shop. But some real wild west ship but didn't even make it to the hospital. The rest of the details were fuzzy and there is no real investigation. Franken serve much time in the wake of his father's death. Richard Look to the Lord for guidance but the Lord must have been busy and the absence of any spiritual advice. Richard felt the poll of Rhythm and Blues. The music he had heard saying on the road resonated in his head and the absence of the Lord and his life created avoid. Richard filled it with desire to make the kind of music that made people jump around. You Know Devil's music. Richard was also filled with another desire. The Counter Desire. That goes hand in hand with that hot sweaty colonel music a desire for flesh a desire for the things he knew were wrong but that made his head spin so called evil things in Fanny Richards. New friend newest such things. Richard was back in making off the road to bury his father. Fanny was Richard. Local partner. In crime is partnering. Kink and fanny new Richard liked. He liked to watch. And Fanny likes sex. A partnership was born. Richard talked about peaking hiding and ducking back in the alley. Surreal under the radar Shit. He had car he driving around town. Fine guys who were ready and willing and Fannie could freak with them in the back seat. Richard ritual would just watch. They cruised making slow. The early nineteen fifties at night on the sidewalks and street corners. If you knew what you were looking for it was easy to spot. Strange man looking for late night. Strange looking for something. They weren't going to get it home in. Rishard had what they wanted right in the back seat of his car. Richard was shift into neutral and coast over to the side of the road the night so black and dead. All you could hear from blocks was the wind blowing insects humming trains whistling ritual pullover. Slow creep catch the man on the corners. I through the passenger window make a gesture with his head. Towards the back seat the man would then walked the rear passenger door opened. And they're laying on the back. Seat was fanny. Legs spread no pans on underneath address. The men would jump in scrambled to undo his belt. While fanny would reach up pulls zipper down. The car would lurch from side to side parked idling on the side of the road. While fanny and the man gets know each other biblically. Richard Richard. Just watch one hand on the wheel the other doing the devils business. His neck crane fully observed the action in the back seat of his own show for Fuck Mobile. No money was exchanged fanny screwed strange men because little Richard told her to Richard had that swag he Akaki wanted to double down drove. The car to a gas station did his thing and caught the attention of a man standing outside made the gesture the back seat. The man beat a beeline. Richard's car Richard didn't notice. The gesture also caught the attention of the gas station clerk. Who couldn't help but watch he saw richards look saw the back door open softening on the back seat legs spread wide and the man climbed in on top of her and shut the door behind him. The Kirk slowly walked from the gas station like he was in a trance. He got closer stole a glance through the back window and the guy was going to town on top of the girl. Richard Watching the friends. See the car. Idol did shook the cork snap to is sedation. Gave Way to shock to a muffled gasp to the need to do is civic duty a report will surely all kinds of broken laws not to mention of blatant affront to God himself? He ran back inside. The gas station picked up the phone. The car was still idling. Still rocking the blue lights flickered on behind Richard Light startled pulled him out of his self contained world of sin. The COP wrapped his night. Stick on the window and startled Richard. Even more fanny in the men in the back seat jumped the guy pop. The back door open fell out of the car and struggled to pull his pants on. Russia was out hands. Up turned himself round face the vehicle and got the PAT DOWN. He was going to jail after a few days behind bars. They told leave town. Just as Richard felt the need to get out of making making. It felt the need to get Richard. Out of their community and the feeling was mutual. Richard was cast out.