19 Burst results for "Robert Palmer"

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

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03:01 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"But it's the it was called the fun gauge and the fun gauge is just it fills up once it's to the maximum get everybody gets mystery reward. Nobody knows what it is but we say we tell people that is It'll it'll happen if there's hype. As of course at the end of the campaign had happened but a lot of people talking and we said the yet you have to generate heights so loud people would just go and talk on the social networks about african wars were to mouth and In it's kind of social stretch going away but we didn't really give parameters so it was kinda like that this joker Kind of a stretch goal and That worked pretty well because it got people's attention so something i recommend is just maybe have a typist stretch goal. That's may be unique. That's just it doesn't really matter too much that is That keeps people gets people's attention. And what did you give away as a stretch goals. So what were the whether the gimme then that the people would actually get with their kickstarter platt then so most of the stretch goals when i can remember what cards because it's person foremost card game end. The smaller. the cars were unlocked. That will always be for this This campaign so while for collectors for the secondary market is pretty cool. You know and This is cars that will be added to all the pledge levels above all the levels are not the one euro pledge so everybody will beginning those cards so even the people who Who pledged for like a the base game not prevail. Thanks we'll have some extra cars to be able to build. No so that's pretty cool. I think that's probably what people wanted them. I mean when when you're doing a car game you want more cars as that's my opinion anyways. Yeah that makes sense so thank you so much for for being an awesome guest on this On this podcast. I had a blast. That was my pleasure. It was really. It was incredibly nice to talk to you and learn all of that insights from your design process and your kickstarter campaign off iraq. In warsaw great success on kickstarter. And i'm pretty sure that you will be able to continue that that success with this game because it sounds awesome and It seems like you are having a great team to To work on it in the future absolutely really really. thank you. prime me on. Marvin hadn't blast so I know the kickstarter over but Where can people that. I might be interested in the game or Or you and your company. So where can people find you and maybe.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

02:47 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"You i think the campaign just ended a few weeks ago. Also stall and Tell tell me a little bit about the head. Say the cherney saw. When did you start to prepare the the kickstarter And when did it go into the into the hot preparation pace. Let's say okay. So the kickstarter launched on june eighth and ended on the twenty ninth of choose so it lasted twenty two days. It was the most intense period of my life by long long. Margin is incredibly intense and fascinating in really. You feel like you're living at one hundred miles an hour and so while we really started Planning heavily for it back in november of twenty twenty. So what what i mean by that is is basically devising a marketing strategy because obviously especially during code season. He can't do conventions or can do you can meet with people but regardless. It's always really recommended to be on the on the internet when you want to do your kickstarter in terms of communication to the maximum because of it happens on on board game groups on facebook there's on bg g of course and there's also discord so there there's a lot of hotbeds to communicate so back in november we just devise strategy looking for different levels. So you have the from that. Most for marketing strategies so one level would be like facebook ads so direct to consumer marketing staff That would be like banners on specific sites like click track or bg and of course you have influencers which are part strategy so we try to have a kind of diverse way of attacking marketing and one of the most important things in into the to go back to conventions and stuff like that is data for the a card game like eric wars. The most important thing is the community so we very early all we built the facebook groups because we didn't have discord yet and so what we did is just tried to get as many people to go on the face of groups one in english one french to interact with the post regularly things like works progress for the art. We'd ask things in polls and see what people thought or general trying to have fun around..

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

04:30 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"Effect or skill cot so except for the weaknesses so am i cannot be combo's okay. There's a secret combo. That won't mention that i really love. I'll let players discovered was fun. But what i can say is that There is one card in the red dog that is by far. My favorite is called Essence absorption zorkin and what episode essence. Absorption does in some very typical of for the red deck. Is that the red. Dag destroys itself to make itself more. Artful having us really cool because the data addicts don't do that and essence. Absorption does is that sacrificed one of your cars. And you choose another one of your cars in that card. Gets all the attack van. You the attribute the skills everything that card and usually this car essence. Absorption is the beginning of extremely powerful combos. But that comment cost. Because you'll destroy your own cards so it has to be worth it. So i like this concept of gaining maximum power but for a very very high price and it has to be worth throughout that Is a specific place style That is appealing for some kind of players Probably not for all of them as many play styles. But it's it's very good to have something like that in in a game and if you would look at the different different cards that you have in in your game which you say that you that the game is Has a lot of different play styles and a lot of to discover for players in in different ways. Absolutely yes so. We tried to be as a asymmetric as possible but not for a asymmetry sake but to correspond to the the the lower and the In how in the story those on the those characters. Those factions are and so Yeah the red day is very power oriented. Obviously it's very nasty. It's on the attack constantly at doesn't really protect itself at all and it's very aggressive We have the green deck and with the green Was interesting though. Just i wanted to locate a how things happen in nature and just a jungle and you try to kind of imagine how in a magical jungle sunday has really hyper jungle. How it would manifest itself in terms of mechanics and one of the the aspects that i really liked. There's two aspects are in the season. One of the game. I really liked. One is the concept of regeneration. So basically there's this land conquered the tree of life and it basically allows your cards that have been defeated not die. But if they're defeated twice then they die. So it's kinda like they regenerate and there's another concept in in a spell court called mimicry one mimicry does is that you can choose any of your creatures on the battlefield. Ended imitates any other creature allied or enemy so it was kind of playing on the concept of a accelerated mutation than accelerated Lucien stuff like that and when you Superposed with gray gray deck is from faction called the bio tra- faction which is basically the land of men and it is very different in terms of place tie. Because basically is you. Try to fortify your Positions and you have all the tools of classic. Medieval army like catapults and stuff like that but as account balance. You don't know how this while that weird magic that's some of the other factions have and that sounds like a lot of different places and that's something that i really adore when i when i buy a game that there is much explorer and they can play in different in different ways so Let's let's talk a little bit about the kicks campaign of that's okay for you.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

04:38 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"We still keep control of the very powerful cars is that we can offset the value to really high costs and at the end of the game now going to be extremely valuable so that kind of In a sense rendered Like a normal card but have much power but you will be penalized in terms of points at the end. So there's a balance and a lot of it comes down to play testing and play testing and play testing and this is probably Across the whole team. There's a team of five of us work on this project. Among other projects brought the iranian project. And this is probably the aspect you spend the most time on his play testing. Let's talk a bit about the combat system of the game. So we now or at least i now understood How you construct a deck and then how you move through the different phases and play the cards on the battlefield. But how does the actual combat work between opposing opposing creatures and yelm just just tell us limited the competition so on the combat system so each creature has an attack in the defense of value really simple and so want the interactions. As i said previously they happened with the adjacent borders. The cards so Typical attack situation is ugo. I and you have a car that is adjacent to enemy. The enemy corn has the to in defense value. And you have three attack value so you attack that car. That card is destroyed. Simple as that. However if you only had a your car had to attack value two versus two does not work now on something. That is probably a lot of listeners. Will notice is. I'm not talking about Life born talking about wounds. I'm not talking 'bout Things like that. So the combat system is binary in american war. So either the car is destroyed and you suffer no Wounds or casualties oriented is not. It's really simple Like that and when you attack card it doesn't inflict anything on you..

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

03:48 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"Phases so one is the draw face and typically you will be drawing two cards from your deck Then the player going first places to of his cards adjacent to another car on the battlefield face style. of course. that's the bluffing. Aspect of the game. That's really fun. Then his opponent does the same places to cars face down on then. Faced three is the reveal face which is done similar townsley. Both players reveal their cards at that moment. They place faction tokens. Because we have a system of token activation faction tokens and then the player going first activase attacks moves whatever. The cars can do all of his cards without the influence of his opponent and then as owning does the same same thing so why it's structured that way is So i very important. So why does the first player places to cars not one player one car and the other player one car in the player another car. So what we found. Is that by testing both ways of doing things so one player placing two cars or one player placing Another one layer. Is that what we really want to try to achieve with eric. Wars is for people to find card. Combinations is very important for me. This is where. I have the most fun when i'm playing. A game is to define the unbelievable combo that the really intricate weird Magical powerful special edition of cars. That's gonna make something spectacular happened. And so if you're able to maneuver to well not maneuver to have control of where to at least your cars are going to be. There is is come to be more likely that you will be able to develop those combos and so in this is also why we third player going first activates all his cars without the other player interfering The reason is that we want people to be able to develop large strategies and to not be countered at every turn and And since The turns are are swapped during the next rounds a there will always be the same number of people going second and then going i the next round because this is very important. Is that one where the power lies is when you go second and then you go first the next round because that means that basically you're playing twice in the row and a little story is death of back in twenty nineteen that were ten rounds for our divorce and we noticed that the player going first on the tenth round will always went almost like seventy five percent. We did a lot of plates assing. It was seventy five percents of the player going first on the last round and so what we have noticed that that was an uneven number of times when the player goes second thing goes i and it was favored by the one that was always playing last. And so what happened is that we decided to go with a number of rounds so seven. We started seven but was too short nine. I was the sweet spot and it was very balanced in the number of of people winning when playing i in second was about equal so we thought okay. That that's That's something that very important that we discovered in the game is that that's where all the power is is playing twice so in row playing second then being the first player a next round..

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

04:34 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"And you can share that information in conventions and i really recommend on to do as many clubs and conventions aw when the game designing because you just have access to so much wealth of information and people were very nice willing to share. That's very good advice. Oh let's look at the result of the kickstarter campaign Just for a second be did what you say it. It turned also out On a on a becca lever lever level that you went to so many conventions so well you're able to analyze the data afterwards and say at know x percent of the bekker's came from france belgium. And so on so that you would say it also was a success to go there not only for feedthepig or but also for Creating desire for your game and finding customers absolutely so Essentially a bow half of the backers Were from france and it makes sense because We just met so many people in the conventions and you know how it is worth to mouth is very effective. And so you know when the kickstarter hit even people. We had not met heard about us because they had a friend who went to the convention. there's this nat- is really really cool and says the whole team is french and from france. It's it's very easy to do network on the social media and stuff like that and so it really paid off our strategy of just going although france and talking about the game and Yeah we had log people that you know that that that saw back in two thousand nineteen in cotton and write a comment saying that. Yeah remember years ago. It was awesome. I back titan pledge. I'm so excited for you guys so a lot of really really really cool up people we met and a really large number of people backed That we had met and conventions we we know them. Okay that And that makes total sense. And i mean when you go to convention you you always. You are in competition with the with the large players. And i mean i think this is also your first game that that you bring out You probably don't have the money and the marketing power to at no too heavy huge booth there and a lot of a lot of media in the very beginning saul. Do you have some advice for. Let's say smaller designers and publishers. That also wants to go to conventions and yet get the attention for the game. Their own absolutely so One thing that is really at least on the french circuit in terms of convention is that they have Areas dedicated to prototypes. And so a lot of the time. The is free. Just just send in the paperwork and and you get a spot for free and we always have to ask you know if you ask you you find out that things sometimes are much easier than than what they appear. Now obviously for the bigger conventions like say The can i one booth is is going to be going to be expensive regardless but never fear because for example can has what they call knee of The knights of of off the off nights and this is where you have all the people bringing in their prototypes. It's after the The saturday in sundays at night. No as right next to the festival and so official and so during all the conventions you can just go usually at n have spot for free and then try to network with people at People in the organizations Have places where he could stay either. F- people's houses that work at the festival or cheap housing situations so If you ask around and You can really find ways to to save the money.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"So the game asks for about matt in a sense just really to have a very Underrated very escapist experience when you play the game so we decided to have the mat with the actual map of erica's people can kind of get a sense of this geopolitical situation in within the game and so people just went crazy for the battle mats. It just did and when we would ask them would you play without. We don't play without. We need to play with it and so we just kept it because people there was so much demand for it and But see that's that's the very interesting thing is that you don't really necessarily needed. You actually do need it for alternative modes is because in the kickstarter and we can talk about that later. We introduce terrain cars iraq with the grid. And that's very different but just the pure essence of the game doesn't require the battle map. That's actually really interesting so that you found out that the people really desired by by playing them and get gathering their feedback. I mean that just shows how important it is and to talk to the people before you and let's say start your kickstarter compaign also Because he could have easily started the case. A maybe without it. Absolutely you know we did about twenty conventions from Since february twenty nine teen until until cove hit We went all over the place trying to get as much feedback as possible in different areas. All over france we went to belgium. We went to to a bunch of places and that we had some really important feedback that has impacted the game because there is a wealth of knowledge out there that is interesting credible. The number of games that came out we had no idea and everybody knows a game that that nobody knows about no they they learn something from it and they can tell you all you remember lords of war it was came out in england and this is how it was played and this is what they did ride in this they wrong.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

05:18 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"No more this. Something we took from war hammer was really a fan of Army lists can't have more than two thousand points versus two thousand one so we can get down mind in terms of balance and so it lasts nine. Rams is kind of like a boxing match. So you go. First in the other player goes and The thing that is central to eric in wars is that all the placements all interactions. Most the time must be from adjacent cards. So basically you attack you have to be adjacent things like that. All interactions it really. After you know a couple of rounds it becomes a whole board of cards that can all interact with one. Another in this strategy comes from is their strategy when you build your deck by there's also strategy of what cars you place. At what moment there is no casting costs. You can place very high value cards from the beginning and then the low values so it's really up to a lot of freedom in that sense and at the end of the ninth rail. It's kind of a battle royale. So the player has the most points of his cards remaining on the battlefield. When's the game symbols. That sounds very interesting. And i'm looking forward to die for into a little bit deeper so What kind of kat types do you have in the game. Is it just a chest creature that you slam on the board or do you have some some other kind of cartoon types. That's a good question so we have three car type so the main card type is the creature cards. It's really the cars that are gonna be the lifeblood of your deck. We have spelt cars l. spell cards on the way. they work in eric. Wars is that they don't last more details so they're not gonna be placed one point and be there for the whole duration of the game and you should very powerful because since they last only one round must make something happen and they're really cool because this is where you're going to be developing your combos and then there's the third card third type of card excusing the land card. So land cards. They're not man up their fortresses. So basically it's a card that is going to give you bonus Usually like defensive or attack bonus but what's special about these land cards is that we wanted to recreate how it would work in the medieval situation if the car is defeated by your opponent it conquers that card which means that it becomes his car and the value becomes his value at the end of the game. So a lot of the time what happens. Is that just like a medieval situation. Medieval battle is you're always trying to conquer the land card of your opponent and it's it's it makes really fun. It makes really lively. Chris kind of like narration monsters. The lamp car. that's their tried to go and attack it..

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

03:28 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"And the magic comes when the train which is to d comes out of the frame and then you can say that the card comes to life. I love the look and feel of it. So it's pretty pretty well done so then you just you just you just mentioned A lot of tasks that you have taken over as the director. And i know that this task can be. Let's say taking more time than people anticipating the beginning applying for in the beginning so Maybe that's a stupid question. But in how long did it typically take you to to come up with all of that description for. Let's say one cart in ebersol so it's a very good question. Actually and it varies from brief debrief so on the Some of the card art is not directly from the story. It's kind of on. The side is still in the world of african. but it's not something that is something we can let the illustrator with lot of freedom for there's a lot of examples like this where we didn't have something specific in mind and and sometimes illustrators have terrific ideas you always want to find arm ships with the people that that can really do a lot on their own and you don't have to guide them too much so for example like the paladins who was wearing that they look a certain way on. There's some other characters. Let me think of one like for very simple card like a like a nogueria you let the religious run wild with the greek so typically creating a brief or trae shimla could last anywhere from thirty minutes to three hours and Very important characters. I would spend a lot of time. Sending adjustment notes to the illustrator by sometimes. It's just a one shop. The trader comes up with the perfect image. Something that's even better than what i would have imagined. No and so. It really varies so it could be anywhere from like a half an hour or two three you or or even more hours for certain characters it sounds like a like a lot of work for those at one hundred twenty cats you said in the beginning correct. Correct happened overnight. We we started in two thousand nine hundred. Okay so we already talked about a lot of aspects of your game cards Design and so on so before we dive deeper into the game and the design of it. Could you maybe explain how the game actually works so that the listeners have a better understanding. Offer what you're talking about absolutely so arrogant wars is mostly a two player game but with three four player mode very fun. It's so it's a dual. It's it's a battle The specifics is basically build your deck. You have a twenty three car deck and john one of the particularities of eric wars is that we have a point system so each car has a value of points and so every deck must have twenty three cards mandatory And the total values of one hundred twenty five fours..

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

05:58 min | Last month

"robert palmer" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"Explore the secrets of different game mechanics and reach the next level as a game designer. Today we have great guest on the show. And i'm really really excited to learn more about his game because he is the designer of a strategy card game as well and the game chest got successfully funded with more than one hundred k. On kickstarter last month it's a highly strategic game about card placement positioning and yeah maximizing the potential of card combos and at first glance. It reminded me a little bit off. magic mixed with some and liberal of war hammer and all of those games are really games that i love so And then the game also has incredible art and incredible critic design Yeah it really got me. Hooked up because it looks so appealing and it sounds like a very very interesting game. So that's why. I'm really excited to talk about the game today with designer Robert palmer The designer of reckon war so please. Welcome to the show. Rub it well. Thank you very much marvin for having me on. It's quite an honor to be here tonight with you So yes so. The game is called American wars I am the designer. I created the game with when my mikhail boo. Hoo part of the team with us So the the whole story of eric in wars started a long time ago. Back in twenty. Eleven I met with a man called. Yes amadou who created and wrote the story of arikan. And so back. In the day we can fantasize of having like a collectible card game or something that would take all the characters in the lands and the castles from the story of our can that was written into a game. That's really fun to play. And so this is when the whole eric in project started the game itself came about around twenty eighteen So after i started working on the eric project as art director and so this is where my background lies in. It's an art graphic design and things like that and Had been thinking about creating a card game that i would just really love to play back in twenty ten inches came about and twenty eighteen kind of really magically all the mechanics just just kind of emerge from probably yours of thinking about it and subconsciously and so That's that's really the genesis of Of eric in morse. So you mentioned that is kind of it's based on a on a novel or some kind of story so was this published as a as a book us all how did you. How did you It that's a very good question so The story was written on yours. Go around because it's funny because the the project really started it was music because the s. is a composer of orchestral music and so he wrote a story that that that would be complemented by his his music in a It became a knowledgeable so At the moment the story of arrogant is available as a najah book but only in the in the french version. so it's It's being translated as we speak recorded by english actors on. It's really like a very high end. Audiobook experience it has sound design. Three d sound design by neural it has orchestral music was composed expressly for the story..

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"robert palmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now more from Roger Rose. That's not Prince. No, It's not Prince that Z Power station power station. It's like mid eighties with drop with Robert Mama. Oh, no, but, you know, I'm sure you remember the song. I know something like it hot. That's right when the heat is all And members of Duran Duran. Sorry. Yeah, but it was a group pop. They put they came to got to got to make this one album right Power station, but it was Robert Palmer, Robert Farmer and a couple of guys. It was his band called Power Station. Just for that one. Just for that one album. I had no idea that's good song. Everywhere. Anyway, You're listening to safe retirement solutions Radio. I'm Rod Borowy. I'm here with Mr Wade Kaufman and wait again. Thank you again today for taking your Beano appreciate that. Yeah, everybody's talking about why should be converting your IRAs and 41 case to tax free Roth. Especially what taxes are low. Are they really a no brainer? Or is a Roth IRA conversion the best for you or not for your particular situation? Today we're going to take an opposite approach and share reasons. Why maybe you shouldn't Be converting your tax leading retirement savings to a Roth keep it here is we share the six arguments against Roth conversions, but it's not necessarily rod that were against Roth. Conversions. Roth I raise are generally good, a good idea for most people, but you have to look at All that said, the whole case. You have got to look at the scenarios here when we just had a couple coming came in last week that live here in Maryland. But they're seriously considering moving to Texas. Now. Why do a Roth conversion here in Maryland when you have to pay the Maryland state tax on that Roth conversion As opposed to waiting until you moved to Texas when you just worry the federal, right? Yeah, they just pay the federal There's no Texas state in contact. So that's why all the more reason why the listeners should what? Come in and talk to us come in and talk to us. Consider every aspect before you do that Roth conversion, So we're just presenting some ideas. Why it may not be in your best interest to do a Roth conversion based on everything, and we're talking about the show today. Okay, good. So You know, anyway, do you want to s Oh, yeah. You have to be prepared. Do you want to verify that your money is set up correctly for you? Well, why not do with so many of our other listeners have done Give us a call. Like my good friend Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly. Say, Get off your duff and give us a call at 4 10 to 66 11 20. You can schedule your own personalized Exclusive on.

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Fatal police shooting of 21-year-old Black man sparks protests

Aging Options with Rajiv Nagaich

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Fatal police shooting of 21-year-old Black man sparks protests

"York or happening throughout the weekend after Clark County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a young black man Thursday night. Coverage is Hannah Scott Reports. Dozens of protesters were met with a massive police presence last night as they flock to the shooting scene as word of 21 year old Kevin Peterson's death spread like wildfire on Social media nearly 24 hours after the shooting, Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins making this commitment participate as much as I can in ensuring that there is a complete throwing independent determination of what happened. How it happened and what could be learned from this incident. Sheriff's deputies involved in a drug investigation were after an armed suspect who shot at them when they return fire. But that contradicts what some witnesses are saying and the police chief of the homos has asked anyone who wants to protest there to leave their guns at home. In an open letter posted on Facebook Chief Robert Palmer said he supports people's rights to protest that he stands against racism. He went on to say that when guns get involved, it creates an uncomfortable distraction for my officers. Who are called to respond to the situation. He also clarified that citizens have no legal authority to stop anyone from doing anything and direct intimidation of otherwise peaceful protesters could subject you to arrest

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Miley Cyrus releases self-directed music video for 'Midnight Sky'

Colleen and Bradley

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Miley Cyrus releases self-directed music video for 'Midnight Sky'

"Well, Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson may be over. But Miley is back in the music game today, a new music believe is The new music videos for the song called Midnight Sky, and she directed the music video herself, and she is sporting a quote modern mullet wearing a designer Chanel belt. And her hair. Make another very Robert Palmer,

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"robert palmer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Robert Palmer may he rest in peace if your members in European vacation with rusty with the disco no this was not better it's got a bit of an intro I don't like that this little gem stick with the other seven two seven five seven nine one eight two five and eight hundred seven seven one one if you five No Way hello how are you Michael hi Michael what's up dude I'm at my boat is Pat Benatar all day yeah you're the first person I've seen or heard make a case for Pat Benatar why do you think she belongs over all those other artists okay first of all she's got an operatic range okay voice L. as Ellen locals but so I know and I I also ran into her in this world when I was going to bend state and I was home for the weekend one time and she came out I mean even before she ever hit in charged with the yeah yeah.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nine seconds thank you that was a fun song yeah yeah yeah we found out yesterday as we were putting the countdown together that Robbins was on a huge Robert Palmer kick for a while yeah the addicted the love of a woman the videos and he was that was a big time for Robert Palmer and I saw him live in concert how was it it was fun I mean I I had to buy the album double fun when I was in high school and every kind of people on it now I liked it and did you like the power station yeah did you do those songs live yes some like it hot okay get it on yeah yeah that's pretty cool like the power station stuff I did like the powers you stuff I I it did to the love and that stuff that wasn't my favorite pair but that's okay I want to bring it down here you know that all right who's next David we got Jesse Hey Jesse Hey I'm going guys going great Jesse we only got two left in the fight but we got number three number five what you thinking right now what I'm thinking doctor doctor by UFO body yes close here's what I can I was always one of those never was yes totally agree I was in a white couple of weeks ago always for right record it came up on a playlist I had not long ago the live one now yes it's.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You've ever seen before Arnold Schwarzenegger is all weekend long all eighties weekend on sunny one oh seven nine she's February twenty third and I already have your Halloween costume picked out for you super simple just one of the Robert Palmer's simply irresistible for the price.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

14:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Meet Friday it's our two. We ended our one with. What is the best ending being of a song? all-time Paulie brought up his favourite from rush spirit of the radio. I brought up a day in the life by the Beatles Fritzy said Robert Robert Palmer's simply irresistible like that kind simply irresistible abruptly. I think it's awesome. I went off the beaten path. Shout out to Seton and his podcast. Thank you didn't want to go and didn't have to rock and roll. Could be any song. I didn't ask Paulie to play rush or sing it so I would prefer Robert Palmer select probably better. Yeah kitching.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"If you care about this notion of rock writing as literature the jonathan letham introduced but but let me turn in on you i know you have respect but not my deep love for leicester bangs who were the writers that that form the your critical core molester was part of the mix in i i think all those early wreck critics had an influence on me um and i think many other writers who followed anybody who says they didn't is lying to themselves uh grow marcus at a big impact on me particularly that book mystery train yeah some i realize it wasn't just about writing about this concert of this album you're writing about culture about life but politics uh all the things that could interest you could be contained in a piece of criticism about it's all in the music correct and and grill just open up the that whole world with mystery train there's three other writer said i i really think aren't talked about enough uh robert palmer who did a lotta right now at for the new york times but also other publications uh most people that go the singer robert palmer known owner robert homer the critic who wrote a book called deep loosen here's the guy coming at it from a sort of a technical background but at the same time it incredibly understandable uh to a person who may not have any music training at all and did it in a way that was very exciting and i thought wow somebody can write about music in a way that makes me want to get up and find at record and play that written ellen willis was an extremely important early voice in rock criticism notably for not only for being a great writer but for being a female in a largely maledominated field the new yorker incredible work and sensitivity in her writing which you would write about the velvet underground she made me understand the velvet underground best of all the critics i read about them at luck mike labor vande of all tukhy enough to go to nyu a ellen was one of my professor she was she was terrific clean saiful writer and announcing george i think the fact that nelson george was reading about soul are nb early hip up in a way.

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"robert palmer" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"robert palmer" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"He put in me the ability to be called a genius in my writing ability he writes to me he make sure i never see anything that's negative for nasty hanbo that's good genius of all gene well well well i found list a good day can ally the david drucker saw with deep into the fis lie toward gay knew his singles i'm robert palmer told me killer please allow them all done anything walk into kinda thank you we don't believe it to them all the way yeah.

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