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"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"It's Bob and Sherry, the podcast. Sherry and I have met a lot of celebrities and I've never held on to autographs, but I've got two or three and one of them is on a CD and it's Tina Turner's. And as you probably know, she passed away yesterday in a small town, Kussnack, near Zurich, Switzerland, where she has lived a good portion of her life since she retired. She died at the age of 83. And what a voice, what a performer and what a story coming from Nutbush, Mississippi. That was the name of the town. She even did a song on it. I was, I was so sad and she was 83, but I think in my mind, she was perpetually 45, you know, like your whole life. Did you know, I was reading about Tina Turner yesterday afternoon. Did you know that she was the very first black artist and the first woman to be on the cover of Rolling Stone? Did you know that? Is that right? That's shocking. That really is because there was some great African -American singers for years they could have put on there too. But they didn't. She was the first and the first, the first woman, not just the first black woman, but the first woman, she was also ranked by Rolling Stone in the top 100 greatest artists of all time and the top 100 greatest singers of all time. And she, she retired. What was it? About a decade ago. She's been living in Switzerland for a long time. Yeah. Maybe a little longer than that. And she really craved privacy. And I was, I'm happy to say that she, she got it mostly probably because she was in Switzerland. There was a movie that was pretty good. Angela Bassett played Tina Turner. And that's a big role to take on. And I thought she did a great job. And there's a moment where she's singing River Deep Mountain High in the recording studio, and it just takes your breath away. If you want to see the consummate, the consummate concert moment of Tina Turner, just Google Proud Mary, the live version of Proud Mary with two backup singers and who are half her age and Tina with the most amazing legs. And she's probably in her fifties doing Proud Mary with her former husband, Ike Turner. And of course their relationship was very difficult. He was, he was horrible to her as the movie showed. And finally, you know, she said, what's love got to do with it? Said goodbye to him and moved to Switzerland. But what an amazing woman. Do we have an interview from Oprah? Yeah, this is from 2013. Oprah interviewed her. But when you look back at your life and now you're in the nirvana stage of your life, what is the legacy of Tina Turner? Oprah, I think you and I have to sit over a bottle of red to talk about that. That's a joke. Endurance. You know, I endured hardship all the way. If we stay on course, we stay focused, never smoking, never drinking, never doing drugs. My legacy is that I stayed on course from the beginning to the end because I believed in something inside of me that told me that it can get better or you can make something better and that I want it better. So my legacy is a person that strived for wanting it better and got it. Yeah, what power in the voice. I mean, there's Aretha, she's always up there at the top. But I'll tell you what, Tina is in another class power wise, just absolutely breathtaking voice. Well, and then on top of all of that, breathtaking stage presence, she was an incredibly electric performer and beautiful and you know, such a survivor. That's what you have to, like when I think of Tina Turner, that's all I think of is what a survivor. Let's blast it. We have lost a queen. It's Bob and Sherry, Bob and Sherry go down the rabbit hole while we're all heading into the long Memorial Day weekend. And it's, you know, the big kickoff to summer and all of that. But around here, we celebrate Memorial Day in lots of ways. And one of them is what the holiday was created for to honor the fallen men and women who've given their lives in service to our country. We have so many military families who listen, we have so many veterans who listen to the show and so many of us have had parents and grandparents and great grandparents serve and we've lost some of those people. So Memorial Day, yeah, you know, let's fire up the grill and open up the community pool and all of that good stuff. But let's also remember the people that made the ultimate sacrifice so that we could have all those things. And I was cruising around YouTube looking at UFOs, you know, like I do in my time. And I came across this and it was just so wonderful. Check it out. Christian from Luce Cannon's son, James Perez, who is 10 years old, is going to sing the anthem for you guys today. And I heard him in the warm up earlier. And I have to tell you, some of the guys who know me a little bit, besides working with the areas, we work with the TV show, The Voice on NBC. And I want him to come try out for The Voice. That's how good this little boy is. All right. So I want you guys to give it up for 10 year old Jayden Perez. Let's go. Oh, can you see by the dawn's early light? Once so proudly we held at the twilight's last gleaming. Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight on the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming. And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. No Satan's last star spangled and I
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Tina Turner, queen of rock and roll, dead at 83. By Hillel Attali, Associated Press. Tina Turner, the unstoppable singer and stage performer who teamed with husband Ike Turner for a dynamic run of hit records and live shows in the 1960s and 1970s, and survived her horrifying marriage to triumph in middle age with the chart -topping What's Love Got to Do With It, has died at 83. Turner died Tuesday after a long illness in her home near Zurich, Switzerland, according to her manager. She became a Swiss citizen a decade ago. Few stars traveled so far. She was born Anna Mae Bullock in a segregated Tennessee hospital and spent her latter years on a 260 ,000 square foot estate on Lake Zurich and overcame so much. Physically battered, emotionally devastated, and financially ruined by her 20 -year relationship with Ike Turner, she became a superstar on her own in her 40s at a time when most of her peers were on their way down and remained a top concert draw for years after. With admirers ranging from Beyonce to Mick Jagger, Turner was one of the world's most successful entertainers, known for a core of pop, rock, and rhythm and blues favorites. Proud Mary, Nutbush City Limits, River Deep, Mountain High, and the hits she had in the made another hero, and a cover of Al Green's Let's Stay Together. Her trademarks were her growling contralto, her bold smile and strong cheekbones, her palette of wigs and the muscular, quick -stepping legs she did not shy from showing off. She sold more than 150 million records worldwide, won 12 Grammys, was voted along with Ike into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 and on her own in 2021, and was honored at the Trinity Center in 2005 with Beyonce and Oprah Winfrey among those praising her. Her life became the basis for a film, a Broadway musical, and an HBO documentary in 2021 that she called her public farewell. Until she left her husband and revealed their backstory, she was known as the voracious onstage foil of the steady -going Ike, the leading lady of the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. Ike was billed first and ran the show, choosing the material, the arrangements, the backing singers. They toured constantly for years, in part because Ike was often short on money and unwilling to miss a concert. Tina was forced to go on with bronchitis with pneumonia with a collapsed right lung. Other times, the cause of her misfortunes was Ike himself. As she recounted in her memoir, I, Tina, Ike began hitting her not long after they met in the mid -1950s and only grew more vicious. Provoked by anything and anyone, he would throw hot coffee in her face, choke her, or beat her until her eyes were swollen shut, then rape her. Before one show, he broke her jaw, and she went onstage with her mouth full of blood. Terrified both of being with Ike and of being without him, she credited her emerging Buddhist faith in the mid -1970s with giving her a sense of strength and self -worth, and she finally left in early July 1976. The Ike and Tina Turner Revue was scheduled to open a tour marking the country's bicentennial when Tina snuck out of their Dallas hotel room with just a mobile credit card and thirty -six cents while Ike slept. She hurried across a nearby highway, narrowly avoiding a speeding truck, and found another hotel to stay. I looked at him and thought, you just beat me for the last time, you sucker, she recalled in her memoir. Turner was among the first celebrities to speak candidly about domestic abuse, becoming a heroine to battered women and a symbol of resilience to all. Ike Turner did not deny mistreating her, although he tried to blame Tina for their troubles. When he died in 2007, a representative for his ex -wife said simply, Tina is aware that Ike passed away. Little of this was apparent to the many Ike and Tina fans. The Turners were a hot act for much of the 1960s and into the 70s, evolving from bluesy ballads such as A Fool in Love and It's Gonna Work Out Fine to flashy covers of Proud Mary and Come Together and other rock songs that brought them crossover success. They opened for the Rolling Stones in 1966 and 1969, and were seen performing a lustful version of Otis Redding's I've Been Loving You Too Long in the 1970s Stones documentary Gimme Shelter. Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett gave Oscar -nominated performances as Ike and Tina in the 1993 movie What's Love Got to Do With It, based on I, Tina, but she would say that reliving her years with Ike was so painful she couldn't bring herself to watch the movie. Ike and Tina's reworking of Proud Mary, originally a tight mid -tempo hit for Credence Clearwater Revival, helped define their assertive sexual image. Against a background of funky guitar and Ike's crooning baritone, Tina began with a few spoken words about how some people wanted to hear songs that were nice and easy..
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"American singer -songwriter Tina Turner, known as the queen of rock and roll, has died at the age of 83. Monocle's Emma Nelson looks back at her life. The Tina Turner story is one, on paper at least, of a journey from torment to fairy tale, with a Swiss chateau boasting an uninterrupted view of Lake Zurich, shopping, gardening, and decades of bliss with her German husband. But it was lengthily and publicly fought for. Anna May Bullock, as she was named, was born on November 26, 1939 in Nutbush, 50 miles from Memphis. Her father was a farmer, the whole family grew cotton. Her parents, she remembered, were always fighting. Then one day, her mother left, fleeing the abuse. Her father vanished soon after, leaving Turner and her two sisters with their grandmother. Turner was brought up singing spiritual songs in church. Already she loved glamour, but couldn't envisage how a young girl from Memphis could match the models she saw in Vogue. But, she thought, the world, that's where I want to go. In 1957, she met Ike Turner. He was performing in St. Louis. She was transfixed by his guitar playing. She asked and asked and asked to sing. Ike eventually agreed. So on weekdays, Tina went to school, and at weekends, she sang on stage with him. But Ike was already unhappy that he was writing songs for artists who would do well and then leave. So Tina promised she wouldn't leave him. And in those days, she said, a promise was a promise. Anna May became Tina Turner. And as one commentator put it, Ike knew Tina was the gold mine. In an era of crisp, suave soul from the likes of the Supremes of the Temptations, the Ike and Tina Turner revue burst onto the scene with a sexy, energetic swagger. And Ike controlled everything. They performed relentlessly, four times a night. On stage, Tina and her backing singers wouldn't know what song was coming next until Ike played its first chord. In 1966, came River Deep Mountain High, produced by Phil Spector. And for the first time, Ike wasn't needed. Tina said she felt like a bird that gets out of her cage. The song was a hit in Europe, but it bombed in the US. Between 1962 and 1976, Ike and Tina Turner lived in Los Angeles with their children, Craig, Tina's son from her relationship with Raymond Hill, a saxophonist, Ike's two sons from a previous relationship, and Ronnie, the son Ike and Tina had together. Tina and Ike were on the road for eight months of the year. Tina was pregnant with their son Ronnie when Ike first hit her.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"To want to push all the bad things in the world aside. But we forget this will just happen again and again. Sources tell ABC News that the investigation into what went wrong here is now focusing on the decisions made in those critical first moments. The findings will be turned over to a grand jury. But the district attorney has given no timetable. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. With reports out of the nation's capital saying debt limited negotiations remain hung up over baseline spending, stocks lost ground again today. The S&P 500 dipped 30 points. The Dow Jones industrials lost another 255, and the NASDAQ composite fell 76. Amazon investors today reportedly voted against various shareholder led proposals related to warehouse workers rights, gender and racial pay and animal welfare standards. Meanwhile, the ecommerce giant CEO Andy jazzy promised that the company will continue efforts to take care of our customers employees and communities to make their lives better. He didn't take any questions about working conditions or climate change. Nvidia is out with quarterly results that top expectations on both the top and bottom lines. It also gave a brighter than expected outlook. The chip maker shares are soaring in late trading. That's your money now. I'm Jim chesko, northwest news radio. May is national walking month, bill Schwartz tells us about a two legged walk to support four legged Friends. Tracy Taylor Turner and husband Kyle are proud pooch parents. And so we have three dachshunds. Mini dachshunds, I should say. One of which is, he's a little more of a basset dachshund, and so his hell is amazing. Taylor Turner is a former Seattle TV and radio traffic anchor. She's now vice president of the Seattle animal shelter foundation. Set up to support the city's only opened intake animal shelter. So essentially means it's the only one that will take in animals right now. A lot of shelters are overrun, overcrowded. We have minimal space, but we never let a dog or a cat or a critter or a bunny or whatnot. Be in a vulnerable, if not dangerous situations. So we will bring them in and we will get them the care that they need. Located on 15th avenue west and the inter bay neighborhood. Seattle animal shelter has programs and services to connect dogs, cats and other critters with loving families, including foster folks who could ease into adoption. If you were to have or foster to adopt a bigger dog that we have at the Seattle animal shelter right now, they need the necessary care. They also need the exercise because dogs that are bigger need way more activity to kind of wind themselves down and kind of wear themselves out. Supporting the Seattle animal shelters important mission takes money, which is why the furry 5 K fun run and walk June 11th is vital. In any way that we can help raise the funds needed to continue the just hard work that's happening outside of the Seattle animal shelter. That's what we continue to do. That June 11th event takes place at Seattle's scenic seward park, and you can absolutely bring your pet along for the walker run. Registration, volunteer opportunities all on the website, furry, 5 K dot com. I'm Bill Schwartz, northwest news radio. Northwest traffic from the high performance homes traffic center. A quick look at fairy schedules the ferry is running on a 25 minute delay and into coma the point of vines fairies at a 20 minute delay and span away world work on the south and north by lanes of highway 7 is happening between two 60th and Hanoi until 6 a.m. already looking at a ten minute way. Our next hopeless traffic at 8 34. The news radio 1000 FM 97 7 forecast from the northwest crawl space services weather center. We're heading into the holiday weekend with some nice weather. Eyes on Thursday will be in the mid 70s and around 80 for Friday with plenty of sunshine. Memorial weekend looks pleasant temperatures will be around 70 each day under partly cloudy skies because the chance for showers especially Saturday morning, but then we clear up for a pretty nice weekend. I'm Kelly blier and that's a look at your northwest news radio weather. The Queen of rock and roll Tina Turner died today at the age of 83, no cause of death given, but she had battled everything from a stroke to cancer in the past ten years, and her life is being celebrated by those who knew her. Here's ABC's Jason nathanson. In 1966, Tina Turner's river deep mountain high became a smash hit in the UK, a much bigger hit there than in the U.S., and the band called The Rolling Stones took notice. Tina, along with her husband Ike Turner, then opened on tour for the stones, starting a decades long friendship with Mick Jagger. Jagger writes on Instagram that Turner was a wonderful friend enormously talented and helped him a lot when he was young, and Alicia Keys writes that the song's Turner saying gave us courage to step out and be our
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on WTOP
"I know the river deep mountain high, one of the many great songs that Tina Turner performed. She was unstoppable. Both as a singer and as a performer, she leaves behind a legacy worth remembering. Now, she hid her 70s, Tina Turner was still dominating the stage. And even though she had a difficult life in a horrifying marriage to Ike Turner, she had more than enough energy to continue in one of the greatest careers ever. She just always had this passion that you could tell. I mean, you could see it in her eyes when she was on stage. She always had this sort of fierce glare that she would just give to people that you would know that don't mess with Tina. And of course, you know, most of it was an act. There was this part of her persona. But I think she really just channeled all of that again to look at everything that she persevered through in her life. It's really kind of no surprise that she was able to still be up on stage in 2008, 2009 touring the world doing all these things on stage with her voice with her legs. Don't forget, she's Mick Jagger's big inspiration for his dance moves also. Not to mention all the singers that she has influenced over the years with her volcanic voices really amazing. Melissa rogerie, national music writer for USA Today joined Hilary and me earlier today here on double DT op. Sports hit 25 and 55 powered by maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Good to see you, rob woodfork. Always a pleasure, Hillary Howard. And it's good to see Juan Soto back in Washington. He and the Padres here to face the nationals, Trevor Williams, the San Diego native, taking the first pitch at nationals park in about ten minutes from now. The Orioles looking to get started in New York so you can pay back from last night's come from ahead lost to the Yankees in extra innings. They Washington commander has got their home run offensive coordinator in Eric B enemy who Terry mclaurin says brought a great energy to the unit at practice. He's going
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on WTOP
"Tina Turner teamed up with husband Ike Turner for a dynamic run of hit records in the 60s and early 70s and so many great live shows, but she also survived her horrifying marriage to Ike Turner only to triumph in middle age with a chart topping what's love got to do with it in private dance or and she was also known for proud Mary and what you're hearing now river deep mountain high. Her trademarks included that growling voice, the bold, smile, the muscular dance moves, Turner's manager says she died today after a long illness in her home near Zürich Switzerland. Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony de Curtis joined us earlier to talk about her remarkable career. Where do you even begin with here? Turner, I mean, obviously she made her mark initially with her husband, Ike Turner. I think everybody knows the story about how she was horribly abused within that marriage. But then became a solo artist and really one of the most successful women performers in the history of rock and roll. She was supported by artists like Mick Jagger and David Bowie, but Tina Turner understood that she could become as big as they are, and she did. She played stadium shed enormous hit records, one scads of Grammy Awards. She really just did about everything that you could possibly do as an artist. It is almost impossible to describe the energy that she exuded on stage, both in her vocal performance and in the dance moves, but triforce. Tina, Turner, I mean, I just heard her say that she wasn't provocative on stage, but boy oh boy, you could have fooled me when those performances would like Turner were just extraordinary. And then as a solo artist, I think team to turn her though really became kind of self conscious about the sexuality of her performances. And that got toned down later in her career, but without diminishing the impact, but she was just like a tsunami on stage. Without ever losing the control that she had she was a great singer, she did fantastic interpretations of rock songs. Everybody knows proud Mary and what a wonderful reading that she did of that song. She kind of rode that edge where she just seemed like she was going to go out of control, but she was always supremely in control. What have we lost and how do you see her influence today on other performers? She's somebody who's symbolic importance is as important as her artistic importance. So many women who have been in difficult relationships and struggled took her as a model. And when you watch Taylor Swift, suddenly on stadium after stadium, young artists like that, having that level of success as women artists, they all owe a debt to Tina Turner. Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony de Curtis
Tina Turner, unstoppable superstar whose hits included 'What's Love Got to Do With It,' dead at 83
"Singer Tina Turner has died after a long illness at her home near Zürich Switzerland, according to her manager, Turner was 83. And marches are a letter with a look at her career. Tina Turner's life was a roller coaster, hit songs in the 1960s, leaving an abusive marriage, becoming a superstar in her 40s and having her life turned into a hit movie. She recorded songs like proud Mary, nutbush city limits, and river deep mountain high with her ex-husband, Ike Turner. Turner's first solo album flopped, then she released private dancer and her career was bigger than ever. Angela Bassett played her in the film what's love got to do with it. Turner said in a 1993 AP interview she instructed Bassett that the dancing should be energetic, not raunchy. Because she was a few times going to the front. No, no, no, no, no, not from the front. Always to decide
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on DerrickTalk
"How's everybody doing? This is Derek Andre Fleming I am your host. We are undergoing some managerial changes. We are moving in a bit of a different direction. So we are no longer Derek talk. We are now the weekly wrap up and same content just different name and moving in a bit of a different direction. So I appreciate all your support. I still will strive to give you the best content. Again, I'm your host Derek Andre Fleming. I am the host of the weekly wrap up. Let's talk about a music legend dying Tina Turner has passed away at the age of 83. Now, Angela Bassett played Anna Mae Bullock on west love, got to do with it, where this woman's amazing story was told in a biopic. Tina Turner rose to fame along with her husband, Ike, in the 1960s, with songs like proud Mary and river deep mountain high, she divorced the abusive Ike Turner in 1978 and went on to find even greater success as a solo artist in the 1980s. Dubbed the Queen of rock and roll Tina Turner overcame adversity to become a music legend, her raunchy and energetic stage performances and husky powerful vocals were simply unmatched. This woman went an amazing 8 Grammy Awards and was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2021, as a solo artist, after having first been inducted alongside Ike Turner in 1991. Born in Tennessee into a sharecropping family, she first found prominence and success as a backup singer for Ike's band, the kings of rhythm, Ike was credited for actually changing her name to Tina Turner, which was just one example of his very controlling and abusive behavior. She recalled the trauma she suffered throughout their relationship in her 2018 memoir, my love story in which she compared sex with husband Ike to a kind of rape, he used my nose as a punching bag, so many times that I could taste blood running down my throat when I sang. That is what she wrote after escaping her abuser. Tina Turner went on to become one of the biggest pop and rockstars in the 80s and 90s, with hits like less day together and private dancer. I'm your private dancer. I dance for a month. I used to love that song. Latinos suffered the loss of her eldest son, Craig to suicide in 2018, Tina's life story again was spawned in a 1993 biopic entitled west love got to do with it. You know, which earned actress Angela Bassett a Oscar, a very famous quote by the late great Tina Turner. The older you get, you realize it's not what happened is how you deal with it. So again, rest in peace to The Rock and roll Queen herself. Tina Turner, dead at the age of 83. That is, the weekly wrap up, I am your host, Derek Andre Fleming.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on DerrickTalk
"How's everybody doing? Just announcing some managerial changes. We are no longer Derek talk. We are now the weekly wrap up. I mean, I'm still your host, Derek Andre Fleming, same content, different name, new management team. So that is exciting for us here. So I am your host, Derek Andre Fleming. Welcome to the weekly wrap up. So a music legend has died at the age of 83. She played Anna Mae Bullock on west love, got to do with it. She rose to fame along with husband Ike in the 1960s with songs like proud Mary and river deep mountain high. She divorced the abusive Ike Turner in 1978 and went on to find even greater success as a solo artist in the 1980s. Dubbed the Queen of rock and roll, Tina Turner overcame adversity to become a music legend. Her raunchy and energetic stage performances and husky, powerful vocals were simply unmatched. This woman won 8 Grammy Awards and was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2021 as a solo artist, having first been inducted alongside Ike Turner in 1991. Born in Tennessee, into a sharecropping family, she first found success and prominence as a backup singer for Ike's band, the kings of rhythm, I was credited for changing her name to Tina Turner, was just one example of his controlling behavior. She recalled the trauma she suffered throughout their relationship in her 2018 memoir, my love story in which she compares sex with husband Ike Turner to kind of rape, he used my nose as a punching bag, so many times that I could taste blood running down my throat. When I sang, that is what Tina Turner wrote. Now, after escaping her abuser, Tina Turner went on to become one of the biggest pop rockstars of the 80s and 90s with hits like let's stay together and private dense. I'm your private dancer. I used to love that song, man. Tina Turner suffered the loss of her son, her eldest son, Craig, to suicide in 2018, Tina's life spawned a 1993 biopic entitled west love got to do with it, which earned actress Angela Bassett a Oscar. A famous quote by the legendary Tina Turner, the older you get, you realize it's not what happened is how you deal with it. So again, rest in peace to the legendary Tina Turner. That is the weekly wrap up. I am your host, Derek Andre Fleming. You guys have a fantastic one.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"After i met tina. He knew that she was destined for the spotlight. Tina had a stage presence. That was riveting. While i was talented in playing the background and managing the band after joining the band anime stage name became her life long moniker of tina turner when tina was just twenty years old in one thousand nine hundred sixty. She stepped into record a song titled a fool in love for missing singer. In i expand the song became a hit. In the kings of rhythm evolved into the ike and tina review. The ike and tina review quickly gained a huge audience for their live performances. As everyone became entranced whenever tina would take the stage. The group released several other hit singles and were touring extensively around nineteen sixty two amongst all their fame and success. Tina and ike were married in mexico. Tina had a family with ike. As well as i can't children from a previous marriage as well as tina they would have one child of their own bringing the total children to four four boys. No less. Although tina was a mother with familiar duties due to ice abusive relationship tactics tina was not able to spend time with her family as she'd wished tina was kept to a strict recording. Rehearsing in touring schedule. That had her on the road for more than half the year in nineteen sixty six. Tina was introduced to phil spector. Who at the time was one of the most innovative and sought after producers of the era phil and tina recorded the album titled river deep mountain high. Which did great overseas specifically in europe but was not as well received in the united states. Although this didn't hinder tina's fame as the ike and tina review were still selling out performances on the heels of their european success. The ike and tina review began touring with the rolling stones. A superstar rock band with a massive following in nineteen sixty nine. This tour brought even more visibility to tina's amazing performances and tina released an album with ike in one thousand nine hundred seventy one titled working together..
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Pantheon
"Here's what i thought to myself stood up. I thought to myself you know. Oh we are doing. We are making good on the wrongs of the past here. And i feel like he's holding back. And i thought it was going to be mariah and i was prepared for that racing. I was in my heart prepared like it's going to be okay. It's gonna be mariah and that's going to be great and you're going to be very happy you are going to be feeling some emotion. I did not know tina. Turner turner solo. Finally so this. I mean this is also like a technicality where they had just said well she's in with mike that's the sixties output proud mary. That's river deep mountain high. That she's in and that's fine. Felt more seen or heard by the rock and roll hall of fame nominating committee than i do in this moment because i will see three years ago two and a half years ago i brought up to those people i said what about tina turner solo. She's linked forever to her abuser. And they all were like our they literally said what about ike solo literally said what about solo. And now you look at two years later. She's on the ballot and she's going in baby. There's no fucking way she's not going. There is no way podium has just materialized in front just can't believe i am so american flag drop. This ballot could cause future episodes of your podcast to be six minutes long entirely. Run out of things to complain about. All my pats benny tar. I really wow. Oh my god. She's going right in. She's going right in she is she is number one there is. She has a better shot. she's going to get the most votes and then jay z is gonna also. She's not getting in mary. J. blige is not getting in mary. J. those nice that they recognize gb. What if this is okay. Hold on let me just think about this. What if this is the divas year. What if you could put together a full devi year like especially because carole king was part of the divas in that for the first h one divas. You could have tina carole king dionne warwick chaka. Khan mary j. blige that could be your whole class. But then you could also fuck. Throw the go. Go's be they're back on this great. I was positive the last review was going to be dangelo. Did you not nope. I thought that he wouldn't have saved it for me. I was like there's one final thing that i was just like. I thought it was gonna be mariah. I'm surprised that she's not nominated. I i honestly am. But i am still pleased as hell. Dangelo is gonna get nominated. No i didn't. I like this was kind of going to be like. I feel like. I took a groundswell. Not yet i mean there has been talk on the show about him but i don't see it yet. How do you believe. Lives in switzerland sweden switzerland in one of those in your another thing where they said. Apparently that's rumor we heard was that they went also were not gonna put her in because she lives in europe. She's not gonna come. She basically life and she doesn't care..
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Pantheon
"Is how can somebody gave his whole life to music. Whom h it's fucking great refugees and you know. Why did you admitted it. I did i tell you again. How could they hate it. Still hate me but you reckless are always the accurate. That's what i don't that's with. I told you on this. They don't stand. He turned some of the no way. Man fucker i hear i make river de vanna. How do our ryan whatever you wanna call it. I played you tape last night. You know going to be number one huckabee hate hate somebody who's records of bill so much love and not only love so much. John's and so much pure fucking talents. Golan i mean the lashings of paranoid or matt. Ideally everyone hates him. I think i should say this point. Should remember lawn clocks. I agree yeah. It's it's very tricky with any any. all his. what work hugely admires confront amounts trust. You do have to and this poor woman who left to place to go for drinks manager shot dead by madman in country. She had family. She had loved ones she. She had a life to forty in yet. Snuffed out by this month this thing. is you know. Just frankly unpleasant clip sasha just nasty as took about thin voice eight. took me to the cover. Ravenna may in which roy 'cause into the was published in seventy six. I'll never forget it. Because i was already found satisfies by his picture in prophetically a horribly holding a gun pointing gum. At the you remember. Remember hundred vividly young f. Strange bush harun. Is this this insane. Way that he had in the the dearica gob man-mountain sitting behind the car and pace was all about the. The madness of this kind of charles foster kind of pulp wasn't it. What was your first spoke to memory. Fuss bronchial good been throw nets out. Imagine and i have a slightly. I've always had a slightly vexed relationship with inspector. Because i think the records a great who could not think that the records a great but i've never particularly enjoyed the in a funny kind of way i talk about the voices The there's something tried to create a metaphor him capturing musicians or capturing girls voices and imprisoning them in great Silos of instrumentation may be stretching the metaphor bit to buy in the book. But it does. It was truthful account of how i felt. I used to listen to the run outs or the righteous brothers and thing. Wow that's an amazing record. But i don't like it as much as i like dr dot and i always felt that it was to do with the sound or by among i remember as a child the two big hits in my my use were river deep mountain high. And you've lost that loving feeling rift amounts. I absolutely adore because it was of my induction and the sound of the black voice along with things four and stuff out here on the radio driving touch. My parents coverage in suffolk on saturday morning listening to to wait family favorites and these hearing levi stubbs. All tina tana was Experience for me. The oldest stuff is just the older stuff. As far as i'm concerned it's the sound of specific sound. What am i beast with. Bruce springsteen is that his despera- desperation to revive the wolf of sound particular bone to run. And i had absolutely no interest in his productions Last day beatle's solo or otherwise whole yami. The vermont even did the one he did with leonard cohen. Ever actually come out yes money. Pull the gun leonard. Gums were a feature. That's really what i find him. Such repellent the can gotten away of this into the musical. I agree and and i think one of the things that will have was lost. When we discovered that he was a little piece of work was his contribution to the mythology of pop music. in general. you're old enough to remember Guess i love that theory Tiny possums death. Lewis first novel which i think was kind of riff on this fan girly genius thing. I've ever read write one own. I was going to say it was that that was an absolutely essential part of the mythology of what made pop music interesting to me. This idea that that was a conduct separa- system. Although i didn't think about it in those terms when i was twelve thirteen fourteen in which van gullies and mysterious genius is controlled other people. Yeah i mean put your because there's a lot of salt there is a lotta conversation Burchill white in herself. She's hardly covered itself in glory recently but she pitched him telegraph piece yesterday. But a number of female rights as written about the predatory spine golly sega spec Say he invented it. Of course no. I mean i feel particularly sorry for someone like tina turner. Who had that in her marriage to and would go spec to be very much in the same way and basically kept runny. Spector improves but ronnie would've been a prisoner when probably when river date was being recorded absolutely often the cost you hear those stories and yes you can sometimes separate the office from the twenty i. I was still listen to michael jackson's best music the rest of my life you know. Caravaggio a murderer but possibly one of the greatest painters in the history of ours. I can't quite do though so the something about in a way. His musical sounds impressive as he was in a curious kind of way. I mean the just sonically. The wool of sounds him wasn't it that's really. I mean it's a bit lot hosts marina as football team. It was all because fill a saying. They look like the way that never gets picked for the football team etc His business problems. He thought killed himself Rational house of the story but in a in a why he was able to he kinda wanted to bay the sessile beta mills pop production and he reinvented.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Pantheon
"Mean go figure. This is this is i think. This point fill is beginning to news bearings in it and sorts of ways The eccentricities that have made him Both infuriating and and and in some ways charming beginnings reporters themselves more and more He's beginning to be. Hey all julie He's married Roni the lead singer from the romance He's covering offensively in his in his house in in beverly hills that I think he he imagines himself as being sort of believed that dial sorts of imagine redeem And i think he's feeling sort of loop by these just the musical changes but the cultural changes that are happening in in in in american music at that time What we might go the the drug kosher for one of a better word psychedelic music or these things. That are coming along I record executives. Some new started two way mirror callers. And a and talking about your head is in the beautiful bag and so forth I think all the confused by all of this and as you say makes this makes sense. Great great record by more than four Nothing happens Then he signs A a deal Chip to produce some Deal warner brothers signs out. We won't have brothers producers this this very odd dealing reco- that's that's almost funereal. It's it's so slow lugubrious. I mean it's extraordinary examples. War with sound and orleans intensity and magnitude phillies lost. I mean he. He signed production. Deal with an an does Sixty eight that's sunday charles checkmate's Black poll. I didn't know if you had intended to mention that. Play that. But that's that's a wonderful record and that's the kind of fusion really the rule of sound. And what a vet signed policies for sort of contemporary music. I wanna talk a little bit about i. Tina turner and river deep mountain high. This is his last role of the dice of the high a. Golden age of phil spector. He he he signs. I tina turner who at this time are one of the known. Most respected at hottest acts in our and be that they'd had a run of hits in the early sixties. They had some trouble with some labels and so they weren't even charged that well but as a live act. I continue return. Turner review is right up there with james brown. He produces a tb special. The tnt special which is sort of a a takeoff of the tammy show which had happened with james brown and the rolling stones and the beach boys The year before and he cuts this deal with tina turner and he gets i to agree. He tells like. I wanna work with you guys. I'm going to make you a star. I'm going to get on at stalled van. I'm going to have a number one. Hit and what i need you to do. Is nothing and turner. This is a guy who's been producing herd's and and as a a tyrant in his own right a musical genius and producer and powerful overlord. Inspector comes in and says you to sit down and do nothing. And i'm going to produce a tina and he gets the team. He gets his favorite songwriters. Geoff garin ellie greenwich back together to write a song for the problem is those who divorced so they. It's not the same as when they wrote to do run run. Tell us a little bit about how the process was different and the creation of river deep mountain high. Well as you say you had to get rid of ike who who's who's a pretty Pretty powerful character pretty strong character Of course oh shares with phil a liking for carrying guns Said not someone you mess around with when i met like To talk about this he was actually very very about phillies. You know all said he could do it. And i was very happy to lead so we'll do it What he didn't mention what i think is both the cases but he actually paid. I turn a very substantial some money to actually stay away from the studio So i i didn't get simply ike surrendering his ground on the basis of his recognition of fills and genius i think that was probably some Financial incentive for for for him to do You say the the actual creation of the record automating recognizing of the song Was like it was like pulling teeth. eddie jerry But none of the best. It's But badgered together essentially by phil And they come together and and finally managed to support this song out Fill into the studio The gang is all head all Wall of sound favorites And tina turner. Who's used to work. And i think quite quickly with i wasn't someone who wanna spend the time i spend a lot of money in studios on would get things done very very quickly and seem eternal finds a cell subject to to to specter's Laborious teeth grinding Wait and wait and wait some more regime And and and has seen over and over and over and over again he he drives a further and and further to get hundred reached the absolute that he wants to reach And she was almost stripping down to skin because of sweating so much he tends to the studio and he's insensitive this session And finally this this this record all comes together I in many ways. As i say it's an extraordinary record. It's it's a remarkable record. It's not my favorite bill. Spectra record And if you were tried to dance to it It's it's you know there are so many different times which is going back to sort of sit back and gays that with wonder. But it's not something trudy messed yourself in and feel uplifted or impassioned bites and jude to my view anyway and it wasn't a hit in america it died a horrible death And i think that really is the. It's it's the death knell for the first chapter of of phil spector's career. He was so cost. Down by this so demoralized by this And as i needed to you know he's same time he's he's got these possible difficult is going on I think the insecurities about his about his career. They'd be insecure is always undermined his conviction in his own. Genie guests and this conviction but at the same time though is that terribly and security i think this plays right into the insecurities and his sense of business and disappointment And and he he just stops. He just withdrew. Altogether retreats to the to the mansion in beverly hills shuts the door. And that's it for the next two years and it's an extraordinary sort of close to the great the flourish inspectors career. So let phil spector in nineteen sixty six and walked away from the recording industry. Pretty angry at the failure. In america of his single with i- container turner river deep mountain high nineteen sixty eight. He cuts a deal with am records and comes back. You say that his years of his two years away from the record industry had left him estranged bitter and afraid. Can you talk a little bit about specter's mood and his period of exile. Yeah i think that's those words describe it really. I mean he was. He was a strange fisher and afraid. I'm still looking his wounds from the disappointment of Of river deep mountain high and action that he'd had over that And then as you say he he. He signed a deal with them Made actually a really lovely record Co oh with. Sonny charles and the checkmate's Which didn't sound.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on Pantheon
"Author of tearing down the wall of sound. The rise and fall of phil spector mic. Welcome point very nice. It'd be here thank you. yes this is. I think the definitive biography of phil spector. And you were lucky enough to interview him in his mansion weeks. Before the tragic death of clarkson extraordinarily fortunate he hadn't given an interview for many many years and i was able to secure that interview And went out to Los angeles admixed fooled releasing him over the course of an afternoon And then shortly after that as you say Came this terrible incident where shut down the clocks And interesting what what he said to me in interview describing his mental state about being relatively insane and Having demons inside him and so forth that back very sadly became the template for rule that was written about phil spector thereafter But i have to say that. The phil spector. I met was was very charming. Funny one of those fascinating interviews. I've had and that's kind of the economy. I wanna i wanna get out a little bit with. Phil spector as the combination of this gifted individual. I mean an almost singularly gifted individual. This is somebody who could sing. Who wrote a number one hit song and recorded it at age. Eighteen who rose dramatically through the ranks of the record industry on his own record company flat out by the time he was twenty one and a half or so jacqueline and say no. I mean it's extraordinary extraordinary phenomenon Nikkon very fine English writer member memorably described him. As the first cy kunsi Hang on let me get that right. Sorry off It was told. Thank you. yeah you're you're right Phil spector wasn't sure So moved very many memorably described as the first tycoon team and uniquely. He was a producer who was bigger than his office. and and a producer who actually stamped his identity very very much. The music Irregardless of who. He was recording so they weren't Kristen's records or righteous brothers records liberals those of the names of the is on the label. They essentially phil spector records and that fingerprint unique and indelible So he was he was. He was the first producer superstar. Ready any he has an pretty much unmatched run of hits from say six eight sixty one tell sixty four had what fifteen twenty top ten hits in a row something like that. Yeah i i think ninety sixty three resist. I and miraculous Where he had successive hits by Daunting love the crystals were nets. of course one after the out the by these And then of course we have the righteous brothers. You've must that loving feeling Which i think is probably still one of the most if be most played record ever on pop. Music radio River deep mountain. High by i can see in. Its own He he was a phenomenon so many what what he does really is that he is out that era between the first Gusto blast rock and roll in the late. Nineteen fifties with artists. Like little richard and fats domino chuck berry it's rematch between the arrival of the beaches And the british invasion in america in ninety sixty four and period between from as you say prepar. The late is through throughout sixty four sixty five a spectrum was just about the hottest thing in american pop music and yet by age twenty six. He invests everything into one last monumental rolling the dice with a single with i contain a turner river deep mountain high. It's stiffs in the us. And essentially he goes into retirement at twenty six. That's true mean that's a very very important in his career because i think by that point The feeling in the record industry was already but the wall of sound this unique sound the spectrum prison the feeling was that he was grabbing kind stale And i think specter was aware of that so he was also that he wasn't terribly popular man in the recording industry itself so this joke is becoming less and less inclined to play. His records was another of resentment against phil. Facts up So he pulled everything into that into that record with. I can see And some people would say is the actual sort of some nation as it were the wall of sound. That's not my view. My view is that the crystals records Do wrong ron And certainly you've lost that you've lost that loving feeling to me. Those those are the actual sort of really ethics spectrum productions. I i find the river deep mountain high a little bit of a complicated little over cluttered the fact that it was a it was a terrible failure in america and there are lots of reasons that have been abandoned so that one is that it was neither a black radical. Nora white record one is as i say that the street was all set to take revenge. On phil spector but whatever reasons especially it was absolutely crushed by this and he actually took out an advertisement in the american trade Trade magazines benedict on was right sizing. The degreaser traded sided with the british against the americans. Because the record have been a number one record. In in britain britain always loved those specs. a a never lost that love for him but in america he become cold and he withdrew from the industry for many many years. And that was that. Was the death knell of spectators. Great moment in rock and roll and so now that have given kind of a pocket history of his initial rise and fall. Let's go back and talk about his his origin. Where did phil spector. come from. What was his family like. He was born in the bronx in new york in Thousand nine hundred forty And grew up in a working class household in in in the bronx His fault for still company and tragedy struck very own like his father killed himself. When phil was nine and the family which is to say fill his mother and his elder sister shirley moved to los angeles and i think he was very much a fish out of water in los angeles Here he was. This is small Or runs ish looking pail Not serve repossessing young man Suddenly cost into this land of the gods in in in la with propential- sunshine which spector hated. Never liked sunshine wasn't interested the slide. Bit all wasn't interested in the slightest bit in the beach I also things went easy for him at home I mean giving the his father. Children self There was a lot of anger and a lot of sadness in the family and a lot of rowing and phil was constantly being put upon by both his mother and his sister. Somebody describes it as a tag team in wrestling. These two rooms take turns picking on poor little still so he was. He was the out cost very much but he had he had this one great ruling grace. Which was that. He had a.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"There's just something about that song that just I mean, it's absolutely amazing. Yes, yes and When you when you when you listen to that song Just take you somewhere. Now You have to remember who Tina Turner was married to choose. Married the Ike Turner. Right? I Turner does not have the greatest reputation as a husband. But he is one of the baddest dude in music right? He would consider one of the first rock and roller so Kind of you have to separate the musician from their personal life. You know, I don't think he was the greatest person as an individual. As a musician. He was great. Phil Specter was a great producer River Deep Mountain high. It's still one of the best. It's one of these. It's a lot of people's favorites. Even Tina Turner's, though like this, and she e think she did it released and re released it remastered and everything like in the nineties. Let's give it Let's take Take a listen to that first thing. Here we go. It's a good call. When you are young, but you you know, Rob is I listen to this song. This is such a great so you're right. Is it just me is that there was a certain Haunting quality about his production style. Isn't there like that? It just seems like there's like this haunting whether it's the Ronettes or whether it's this song is just something. I don't know. There's just a different feel to it. He had it here for he had here for picking out voices like originally he was gonna have Darlene Love. Sing that song, but he Darlene Love couldn't hit the note. Waking the Turner Can Tina Turner can think Oh, I love her defeat. Yeah, She's absolutely amazing. And Phil Specter did had the ear. He knew what he wanted. And he found Tina. She said that they practice that song, at least according to her. It was like 500 times. They finally got it right. I.
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Every bumpers up for grabs on Monday night trivia. Some of them from Chicago. That one isn't But as far as I know, I have to look that up to make sure but I'm pretty sure Two New Yorker, But in any event well, I will have more probably probably know Gene Pitney produced or which caused him to talk about him and Phil Specter later or Phil Specter bumpers because those air too easy, but hopefully one that you'll hear. Now we re question speaking easy. I thought it was easy. Americans do this more than residents of any country. On average. Americans do this 12 times in their life. Do what? And we have Mary Kate in Elgin, who wants to take a stab at that's America. Welcome to WGN radio. Thank you. What do you think? I think that they change residents and move your winner removed. You're absolutely right. You're aware that's right. 17 17% of Americans do it every year. Obviously the same. The same person doesn't do it every year, But 17% of households change household so yet 12 times in their life. So how many times have you moved? In five years. Five times. All right, well, so you're certainly beating the average. All right. Well, I'm done. I'm done. Oh, good, because we'll send you something, and at least we know you'll get it. So hold on, and we'll get your address and thank you for calling. On. Appreciate it. So yeah, that's that's what it is. It's move and you know, I would have thought the number was higher because, like Mary Kate Yeah, five times in five years sounds more reasonable than 12 times in a lifetime, But it is 12 times in the average lifetime. If you're wondering Australia ranks number 2 10% of its citizens move every year. All right. So you need another question. I could do that. Maura of these are sold every year in India than any other country. No. The U. S is close behind. Yeah. More of them are made in India than anywhere else. The U. S is number two, but only makes half the amount of India Indonesia comes in third they make about 1/10 of what India doesn't hear. What is it that India is making the most off in the world? All right, so 8888765593, and we're going to check out Dennis and Elgin. Elgin is checking in tonight. So hello, Dennis. Welcome. Hello, Rollie. I talk to you once before love you show, But I gotta tell you The Phil Specter and what previous host played earlier. It was pretty dynamic this far. Various songs of fill the specter and all the different artists. But you talked about River Deep Mountain High by Tina Turner. Yeah, and why Why was that a failure? Well, I don't know, but here's the middle about it. 1960. No, no, We've lost you. I hear nothing. Okay. Okay. I just heard you Now. You dropped out for awhile. I heard moved to Chicago. So go for it. No dropping out again and I recorded Oh, no. Detroit? Yeah. Your phone is just your phone is your dog's coming in? Fine. But your phone is just just betraying me here, So I moved around isn't any better? Well, so far, I got that whole sentence. So let's start again. So you moved to Chicago. Then you wanted to try, Okay? No on the movie Detroit What happened is in 69. When I was 19 0 W out of Detroit used to come across course it did. And, uh, actually was the number two foundation in Cleveland at one time for years, but I keep recorded the history of rock and roll, which I think was produced. I don't know. It. U C l A out in California. 40 hour. Yeah, our expertise right? Right. It was. It ultimately was syndicated by direction Shin all but the original writer was a gal by the name of Nikki Wine, and the original host was Robert Morgan. No, that's true. I've got all 40 hours. Okay, Listen, Billy for what they were doing during the whole 48 hours they ever to that song. You know, like that Never heard of. Record advertised before we didn't play it. They played a little bit of it a bumper as you say. Was a hit. And who knows why. I just want to make that comment? Well, it did. It did do well on CK. And, of course, Back then, CK was an RKO station, so they were one of the stations that was programmed by Bill Drake, who oversaw it. So And I know it was a big record on CK and you were in Cleveland. It was also a big record on which see good all week. See 12 6. Well, yeah, listen to it about every day on the inner Yeah. Yeah. So absolutely about the other day, actually. Cool. I could talk to you. Endless. I don't want to burn up. You're fine here. Well, I'm just delighted you're called. And I guess it will remain a mystery Why? That didn't hit cause you're right. C K just played the heck out of it, And so did some other markets. I I don't know A Zafar is that goes but But, yeah, I mean, I realized that Phil Specter Certainly I displacing a lot of people like those records, But I was trying to think Is there anything other than pretty little angel eyes? The stuff he did with Gene Pitney, who was a good friend. Every little breath I take. I thought that was a good record. And this Yeah. Bobby socks in the blue jeans. Why do lovers break each other's hearts? I mean, that was definitely a wall of sound record, but I liked it. So, Yeah, I guess there were a few But, yeah, I have the Bobby Sox record. Thank you. Blue or yellow vinyl with the nice cover. Okay, Ivan, old record collector. I have a lot of that and everything that, you know. Yeah. Yeah, Amazing. And I got one other thing to tell you. The expert sound Oh, original. I saw my wish. No, no, We've lost you again. I know you're coming back or there you are. Yeah, I sold director collection for about 500 bucks now. 72 no truck driver out of Pittsburgh. Oh, no. And Turned me on to so much Pittsford sound Get what you're talking about. There's a lot of unique sound out of there. And I have some of that on the real the real too. Oh, yeah, absolutely All that Porky Chadwick stuff in that mad mike stuff? Yeah. Just just classic records. And you know the blenders, the contrails things you will not hear anywhere else that's for sure. Except except on your show you play sometimes is mind blowing to my old these years. Oh, yeah, Well, you know, and on the little am radio station I owned. I play them all the time because I just play him for me. But, you know, Yeah, I'm tuned into that station. I got the call letters and I programmed it into my Internet. Very one other thing. I'll tell you is that Okay. It's slipping me here. She killed W who had a documentary. I don't probably maybe 15 20 years ago and talked about the lady that worked up front runner Rosalie Trombley. Yeah, she had the ear. Oh, she did. She did. She would. She would choose him and to all the sun there we were in the middle of the night. Listen on sea Kale. W to some unbelievably great music..
"river deep mountain high" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dreamed off. Dr Martin Luther King Jr died for his convictions and for his compassion, So now it's on each of us to make real those promises of democracy that he spoke off five decades ago. United as one tight together what he called that day a single garment of destiny bonded by a desire not just to do well for ourselves, but to do good in service of each other. Thank you for what you're doing to help our country heal and grow. May we all continue to serve each other and this nation that we love Senator Tammy Duckworth's Now over the weekend, we learned of the death of Phil Specter, the eccentric and revolutionary music producer transformed rocks with his wall of sound method. He was later convicted of murder. Decades before. Specter had been hailed as a visionary for creating that wall of sound process that merged vocal harmonies with lavish orchestral arrangements to produce such pop moments as River Deep Mountain High By Tina Turner. Yes. How about you lost that loving feeling by the righteous brothers, John Lennon called him the greatest record producer ever. This is kind of is gonna get you. What would you rather head Last album Specter, produced.