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Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 21 min ago

Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"A rock concert. Grace Potter formed. The Nocturnal is in 2002 for hits like Paris. We recorded that song seven times because I was so determined it to be a hit. She went solo in 2004, earning three Grammy nods, including a duet with Kenny Chesney. My Son. Apologies came on, and apparently he just laid there looking up at the stars on his boat floating around and said, That's the voice Then kill made me crazy. Here are full chat on my podcast Beyond the fame. Jason Fraley Wtlv news Up ahead in money news. Higher sales for beyond meat, but lower profits will tell you why 6 24 You are watching basketball. You make the call. What Not make the goal of.

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Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:24 min | 3 d ago

Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac

"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.

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Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"It's 6 20. Now there'll be a recount of votes in a very tight mayoral election in the small town of Mount Airy Maryland tonight. Not areas about half an hour east of Frederick on I 70 Mayor Paul Rocking Bird got 804 votes of the election Monday. Larry Hush Hour got 800 to the Baltimore Sun reports. The town's board of Supervisors of Elections will meet at the town hall it seven o'clock this evening to review and recount ballots. It's not a so called open meeting so comments won't be accepted by the public can a 10 because of coronavirus restrictions, However, town hall seating is limited to just 17. Well. He had dreams of becoming a hip hop star known around the world. But he financed those dreams with millions of dollars of expenses charged on his employers Credit card, and now he's headed to federal prison for 2.5 years, federal.

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Atari Is Back With a New Console

Talking Tech

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Atari Is Back With a New Console

"Move over playstation xbox and then to switch it's twenty twenty one and there's a new video game console coming from familiar industry name. So does everyone listening remember atari. I'm sure a lot of you do be atari. Vce s is here. It is a brand new video game console from atari. It's available to preorder now. It costs three ninety nine. It includes the console a wireless modern controller so the just like the controllers. You'd see on a playstation or xbox and it has the classic joystick that everybody probably remembers from backing the atari twenty. Six hundred days only wireless I got a chance to check it out for a bit It's really fun. It's a really interesting idea It looks a lot like the of old but it just has a lot of different wrinkles and changes to it first off. You don't have the you know the knobs and toggles to do things like tell the atari that it's a color tv or black and white tv instead. You have usb ports in the front and the back you have hd to get high def and then you also have support for ethernet and there's also the power button on the back the controller itself. The joystick Has a lot of new wrinkles to it. There's now a second button. It actually sits on the back of the controller. So you have the standard red button that you would hit on the top the circular one and there's another one on the back side Along with that the stick itself rotates which reminded me a lot of those old atari paddle controllers where it had like a dial me twist the dial to move stuff like it worked great for games like pong and breakout There's also led lights on the controller and they rumble two. So if you're playing like asteroids. I was noticing like if i was trying to rock it away from an asteroid or do something else it would rumble a little bit. So there's those touches as

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Fresh "Rock" from Bernie and Sid in the Morning

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:01 min | 36 min ago

Fresh "Rock" from Bernie and Sid in the Morning

"Crabs, Kwan is normal in New Jersey, one PM Joe. No, it's first day of summer presented by Mark Montanaro. And that is Huntress Eisley, where I will be. I have rearranged my schedule for that particular day to join us. Joe Nolan in La Valette, New Jersey Joe Was this supposed to get out publicly? Well, that went well, We're I'm announcing it today later today, but it's okay. It's fine it but the people who were having, um the three bands of will announce later. But okay, one of them. One of them is actually kind of. Ah, big time guy. So it's gonna be fun. Oh, I know. I'm gonna be out of town. You know what, Juliette? I didn't send it to you because I figured you're never going to come a Long island all the way down. That's untrue. That is not that is not true. But thank you for not inviting where I will be in Miami. For my niece. Elian is third. Oh, please, That's come on, you could be level. Let New Jersey my friend Kyle O'Brien is coming as well on the sidewalk out in front of the crab squad's gonna be awesome. I'm right. Well, lots of video to go to the crab's claw for years. Really. Kyle O'Brien's been trying to get me there and now I will finally be there. It's great little spot, right? There are 3 35 and in Laval liked sure you guys are gonna have fun. Don't worry about that. If you're gonna be traveling out onto the South Path side of the B Q E. A Queens Boulevard accident, one laid out also westbound on the L I e. There's an accident, right it shelter rock road again. The right lane going to be at a service we're backed up to the Northern State Parkway also is you begin to travel on the eastbound side of across Westchester Disabled in the right lane coming on into the area of exit 80 Westchester Avenue, now mass transit pretty much right on or close to schedule. An alternate side of the street parking rules again today are in effect with traffic on the seventh. I'm Joe Nolan Talk radio 70. Have a W A B C. Thank you. Well, the weather today, According to the Ramsey, Mazda Weather Center forecast is going to be okay. 63 degrees, Clouds and sun. Maybe.

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Chadwick Boseman's Family Defends Anthony Hopkins After Oscars Backlash

The Film Buds Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Chadwick Boseman's Family Defends Anthony Hopkins After Oscars Backlash

"We can touch on the oscars which just happened this past weekend. i like. i said i didn't watch them. Did you guys watch him. No one watched the yes. Nobody rocks create. Nobody watches award shows anymore. Yeah or outright and reasons but one of the big ones that like nobody has cable anymore down. That's a good point actually remit if you already have like a plan like table yeah. I'm so i watched it. I watched all the way up until like the last half hour. I still like the big. The wards stop watching. Yes so i guess for for some background so this one viewership. I guess for the first time in a long time it was under ten million viewers where i think last year's was over twenty million so pre big drop off and then another twist they did towards the end was they did best picture before best actor and i guess best best actress. Yes before black before both the lead acting categories. Yes no mad. Land won best picture but then the big disappointment at the end was so walking. Phoenix came out to give the best actor award. And i think a lot of people were hoping it was gonna be chadwick boseman but it ended up being anthony hopkins and he was not there. He was asleep. Apparently and then joaquin phoenix walked off stage and that was the end of the show. And so i think a lot of people were not only pissed that chadwick boseman did not get which his family has already said has come out and said we don't feel snubbed but a lot of people were upset about that and also it ended on such a low note.

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Fresh update on "rock" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:51 min | 42 min ago

Fresh update on "rock" discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

"Do Cops have arrested the man responsible for at least three armed robberies in Central Park Captain William Gallagher says 34 year old Andrew Thornton taken into custody robbery pattern began on Friday. Equal 30th 8 48 F In the vicinity of 72nd Street on the cross drive, where he approached an individual displayed a firearm on demanded money and watch out 23 ton piece of Chinese rocket could hit the Earth this weekend. Nothing this heavy has fallen back to earth in more than 30 years. A similar mistake with a rocket last year sent debris raining down over Africa. Causing serious damage. The U. S secretary of defense says the military has no plans to shoot down the rocket. In the meantime, scientists put your chances of getting hit by debris at about one in several billion. That's correspondent Monaco's Are Abdi News Brought to you by Catholic Health. Long Live Long Island six up to now, a check of traffic and transit. Good. Morning, Bernie bother. I don't Good morning, seeing delays Building up on the M Bhagwandas from just about 38 Street. Now up to the Brooklyn Bridge and in Queens If you're traveling on the L I e on the westbound side. It is slow Junction Boulevard into Woodhaven Boulevard. Now traveling in Nassau County on the IAEA heading west by Shelter Rock Road Exit 35, There is a collision. The right lane is gonna be blocked off. It's also tying up the ramp from Shelter Rock road. So keep that in mind on the light US bone in Nassau County should be OK on the eastbound side. And there's a stolen The cross Westchester, This is East Bound by exit, 80 the right lane blocked the support of sponsored by Rush Limbaugh, the man behind the golden EI Be microphone. Rush Limbaugh, the man behind the golden EI Be microphone, a new podcast hosted by James Golden, Known better as both nerd Lee that takes you behind the scenes for Look at the man who changed America as we know it coming soon, too. I heart radio or reverie. Listen. A podcast. Presented by Tunnel to Towers Foundation are next traffic updates and 15 minutes on 7 10 w O are.

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Lana Del Rey Announces New Album ‘Blue Banisters’

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:32 sec | Last week

Lana Del Rey Announces New Album ‘Blue Banisters’

"Many people have had time to create art. At least the artist Lana Del Rey is gonna be releasing a new album on the Fourth of July. Her latest album came Trails over the Country Club was released just last month, and soon afterwards, the pop star announced. Another new album is gonna be coming out in June. Called rock Candy Sweets. And on Tuesday, Del Rey said on social media that the new album would be called blue banisters and will come out on July 4th. It will be her eighth studio album. I'm Confused to Shift three albums come something like that. Yeah, maybe. Wow, l songs an album that's a lot I would get the exact

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Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 49 min ago

Fresh update on "rock" discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Of the nation's land in wetlands and less than a decade. Meantime, a YouTube star in a champion boxer mix it up in Miami or promoting an upcoming fight. Even before their promotional appearance began. There was a dust up Jake Paul Logan's brother started taunting Floyd Mayweather in the corridors of hard rock stadium, Ultimately snatching the hat from his head. It was downhill from there on stage. The smack talk was relentless, Grandpa. Very wise kids have kids, maybe even below the belt. I know what you did your wife. What thing? Only points 50 and older Now, 51. I want to beat his wife to the more viral. The.

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Corporate Bond Gauge Signals Dwindling Economic Risk

The Tom Dupree Show

01:08 min | Last week

Corporate Bond Gauge Signals Dwindling Economic Risk

"Did all right whatever. Let's let's get into. We're not gonna argue about that so home. Thirty one in the. Oh lord. I put my trust. Let me never be ashamed. Deliver me in the eye. Righteousness bow down the an air to me. Deliver me speedily. Be thou my strong rock for in house of defense to save me for the our my rock and my fortress therefore for that namesake lead me and guide me pulled me out of the net that they have laid privilege for me for thou art my strength into the on hand i commit. My spirit has redeem me. Oh lord god of truth thirty one versus one through five. So chad pennington First of all me be information kentucky. I love the pennington name. Pennington's grocery that's who delivered our groceries. When i was four years old and harlan pennington gap virginia. That's the route out. Four twenty one. that would take over into virginia. That name is

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Why Digital Identities Are All About a Secure Customer Experience

IT Visionaries

01:50 min | Last week

Why Digital Identities Are All About a Secure Customer Experience

"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today. We have the ceo of four. Doc fran rush on the show. Fran welcome to the show albert. Thanks so much happy to be here all right right out the gate. What exactly is ford truck. It's got a very strong sounding name. Tell us what for drug does so before. Drug is a digital identity platform though for enterprise and large enterprise. So what the heck is that. Yeah yeah we enable our customers to really create really friction lists and easy identity experiences so that as an employeers a consumer. It's really easy to register. Set up a new account be recognized when he come back and get access to what you wanna do and then move on ossets really that whole process of setting up in your identity to get access to services online so this is a this is a space. That is very hot right now. We know that there are competitors that we've had them on the show so i don't or maybe they're not competitors so for for our audience. I'd love to hear a little bit of what's the difference. What's unique about four rock to give you an example we've had we've had guests from octa from off zero different companies here but i know that typically in software a lot of times people say the same things but they don't actually do the same things curious. What's unique about for drug. You'll let me just before jim. Braude into four doc. I want to take a step back. He said the market's really hot. And i want to kind of explain why yeah. The market is really hot. Right now. And i think some of this ties to the digital transformation that companies have been going through over the past fifteen twenty years where instead of doing business in person or over the phone you know. We're doing everything digitally as employees. Everything we do now online especially in this post covid world where every workers are remote workers

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Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

The Past and the Curious

01:56 min | Last week

Hubble Telescope: The Story of Edwin Hubble

"Dr james naismith is said to heaven. Dented the game of basketball in massachusetts in eighteen. Ninety one the next year not far away in connecticut. Another sport took a big leap forward. When a man named pudge heffelfinger became the first person to officially get paid actual money to play for an american football team. Soon after mr pudge heffelfinger somewhat stardom as the first professional athlete each of these sports grew in popularity on college campuses but while football grew in popularity it also grew violent by the early nineteen hundreds. There were so many gruesome injuries and worse that it was almost banned entirely president. Teddy roosevelt door. All right sir. Theodore roosevelt had to get involved schools. Were canceling their programs. And more importantly mothers would not let their kids play the game. One of these. Nay saying moms was virginia hubble. She pleaded with her son. Edwin powell hubble not to run basically helmet lewis at full speed and to also basically looks heads of other college students. He listened to his mom and when he graduated. He hung up his dinky non protective helmet. This is a good thing because he was carrying around. What would be one of the most brilliant minds of the twentieth century and has had. He didn't need to go smashing that incredible brain into the rock hard cranium. Curiously oh mama. Hubble didn't make him stop. Boxing apparently edwin was a really great boxer and he continued his pugilist pursuit through college but when edwin hubble enrolled in school at the university of chicago he was planning to honor his father's wishes and be a lawyer. Lawyering wasn't really what made his heart thing. What did make his heart sing. Or the stars in the sky

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One Phone (MM #3686)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

One Phone (MM #3686)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. The other day. I was talking with one of my business partners about the olden days. Really, we were talking about our parents who are in their eighties, and how they both still had landline phones at home, but it really rang. Hold me. The other night when I was sitting there after dinner and my smart phone rang, and I started talking about two minutes later, my wife's smart phone rang and she started talking and we were both is Charles Rock about 6:00 at night. And I thought to myself, remember the old days when we had just one phone line in our home, we had our last landline in Ohio and probably got rid of it and probably 2009. I would bet you've been gone a long time and I can't even imagine having just one phone line anymore. That matter. I can't imagine the old days when it was attached to a wall and you had that big long cord that goes along with it. It's kind of funny how technology does change but more importantly, how things just so commonplace back in the day aren't commonplace anymore. In fact, some kids have never even seen anything like a landline attached to a wall. The good old days, I don't know about that. But one phone line for a home, I can't even imagine that any more dead.

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One Phone (MM #3686)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

One Phone (MM #3686)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. The other day. I was talking with one of my business partners about the olden days. Really, we were talking about our parents who are in their eighties, and how they both still had landline phones at home, but it really rang. Hold me. The other night when I was sitting there after dinner and my smart phone rang, and I started talking about two minutes later, my wife's smart phone rang and she started talking and we were both is Charles Rock about 6:00 at night. And I thought to myself, remember the old days when we had just one phone line in our home, we had our last landline in Ohio and probably got rid of it and probably 2009. I would bet you've been gone a long time and I can't even imagine having just one phone line anymore. That matter. I can't imagine the old days when it was attached to a wall and you had that big long cord that goes along with it. It's kind of funny how technology does change but more importantly, how things just so commonplace back in the day aren't commonplace anymore. In fact, some kids have never even seen anything like a landline attached to a wall. The good old days, I don't know about that. But one phone line for a home, I can't even imagine that any more dead.

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California Governor Moves to Ban Fracking by 2024

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:20 sec | Last week

California Governor Moves to Ban Fracking by 2024

"Newsom wants to end new permits for hydraulic fracking by January 2024. On Friday he directed the California Geologic Office to initiate regulatory action to do so. Once in place, California would be the largest oil producing state to ban fracking, the process of extracting oil embedded in rock deep underground. A final

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How Are Rocks Formed?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

02:07 min | Last week

How Are Rocks Formed?

"Rocks made how are they formed. Bees is most important question. Thank you for asking to know how rocks are made. Maybe i have to tell you about the things that make these rocks. You know so. In a way i want to talk about where and how rockstar allies if you think of them are having lives than we talk about them starting their lifestyles like babies. Although they aren't alive just to be clear that not alive yes. They're not alive okay. We've established that rocks are not alive however they do have different stages and hendra says it's kind of easier to understand if you think about it a little bit like a life with different stages like baby child older adult and i hope you're not listening to this while you wait for or lunch or dinner or something because the way hendra describes the early stages of the three main types of rocks. Well it just might make you a little hungry like take this first group of rocks fresh raw start. That lies like very hard runny. Yummy creamy soup. The soup is called magma. Makes me want to eat okay. We'll do that later. Yeah you do not wanna put magma in your mouth though. No don't do that. it is hot bed. we'll call it the ronnie yummy rock soup. Okay let's just call it dirani yummy rock sue. The second rob start their lives in a different way any candy bit. Don't eat rocks but we call them. Sediments i was saying to call them sediments. I will call them. Tiny weeny rob bits. Because i just like it right and then the third type of rocks the start as stretchy band play do called proto

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How to Use Peak Performance Psychology for More Competitive Edge

Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

How to Use Peak Performance Psychology for More Competitive Edge

"Guest is brian bergeford. He's an entrepreneur who owns multiple businesses including bergeford performance systems. Now brian knows exactly how to create. An unstoppable mindset. You may say come on. But here's the story. He turned a lifelong phobia of being submerged in water on. Its head by learning to swim at thirty years old and then rising to compete at a national level. He's worked with elite athletes. He understands the importance of operating from your strengths. And as an expert in the psychology of winning and creating a winning mindset being a great competitor and the art of effective communication and mastering effective teaching coaching and mentorship. Brian earned his degree in psychology from the university of colorado taking particular interest in neuroscience psychopathology clinical psychology and the principles of peak performance. He's an avid learner to this day. Studying leaders coaches athletes and enterprising high performers to support his continually evolving strategies for human development. I'm a huge fan of continuous learning. It's one of the main reasons i do this. Show so welcome to business confidential now. Brian all right. Well thank you for welcoming and having me on and I'm very excited. The speaking with you today so Let's let's get this party started. Yeah that's what i say. Let's get this party started. Now you've had quite a journey In creating this unstoppable mindset your experience in overcoming the phobia of being submerged in water and then learning to swim at age. Thirty is really pretty amazing. What happened that made you all of a sudden decide you were going to tackle. Swimming was built up over time but at the crux of it was. I just got to a point where i had a belly full of you know allowing something that i was fearful of had the phobic response to and having that dictate some of my life choices and just that really frustrating and i was like this is ridiculous i need to move beyond it. similar thing with Fear of heights. I decided the solution would be to take up rock climbing.

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Curry's 30-point run ends

CBS Sports Radio

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Curry's 30-point run ends

"Out there that says rules are made to be broken. Well, records are made to be broken as well. Streaks are made to be surpassed or made to come to an end, and it just so happened. That Steph Curry ran into a formidable defender in Russell Westbrook as the Warriors air wrapping up their road trip on Wednesday in Washington. Steph Curry has to take on for the most part. The battle of the hounding the aggressiveness. Russell Westbrook and you know Russ is tenacious. I mean, The man's relentless He likes to prove a point. He likes a personal challenge. This was a game in which the Warriors were up big early. And then we're up by 11 in the fourth quarter. What got sloppy. And then the shooting went cold in the fourth and so very quickly, the Wizards were able to narrow the gap. They were definitely missed opportunities for the Warriors. But the Wizards were able to take care of. There's real rocking the cradle back and forth. I'll cut stores, right head down right block to the basket Bank and score bacon score because he runs by Russell Westbrook. Hello five as it was to fly high 1 14 1 10 with 55 seconds left. Bradley. Beal had 29 points in this matchup against Curry. Top two scorers in the N B A to start tonight, Curry had just passed. Bradley Beal Washington rallies from 11 down in that final quarter. But even in that last minute after the lay up with Dave John that you hear with Dave Johnson on the Wizard's radio network, even after that, Warriors got a big feel and Andrew Wiggins blew a wide open layup that would have tied the game in the final. I think it was the final 10 seconds I was listening to the game on the war years radio network.

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Who's Next; Album Retrospective

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Who's Next; Album Retrospective

"Who's next is one grace albums ever. Have you ever heard it. Go out and get it. And that's for much of the podcast. Thank you and we're out. We can do the brief history all. They did a brief history. Let's go ahead and do a little bit of dig into just a little bit deeper there with the holocaust started and what was going on already. Who's next by the who august fourteenth nineteen seventy-one ten years before i was born but i am familiar with the album Fifth studio album like liu said it developed from the aborted life house projects which was going to be a rock opera to follow tommy which. I'm sort of glad they didn't do that. Because then have another is really silly movie that i can't sit there but they did salvage some of the songs for the next album. Eight of the nine songs from lighthouse for featured on this album The one that was not was my wife that was written by john entwistle It's heavy on the use of synthesizer Especially for songs won't get fooled again and babo riley. It was an immediate success when it was released viewed by many critics as the best album or their best album and one of the greatest albums of all time. It was reissued on cd several times with additional songs originally intended for life house. The first session for which became who's next was at mick jagger's house star groves recorded there at the start of april nineteen seventy-one using the rolling stones mobile studio and that's what i got. Okay that's the there you have it. It's sort of like the beginning of it. Let's talk a little bit before we get into. Who's who's next You got under way to put this in in kind of history. Tommy was a total like revelation. No had done and fact pete townsend was sort of jokingly calling it a rock opera developing it and it was really kit lambert. That was like now now. Now like let's let's go with that. Let's let's see Kit lambert was their manager and producer at the time and he worked very closely with pete and he really encouraged this rock opera thing and it really became big like freaking

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12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues

The Lab

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues

"On sunday. The world of soccer was rocked by the announcement that some of the biggest clubs in europe are forming a super league not unfortunately to fight super villains but to play very lucrative soccer matches against one another. The owners of the proposed twenty team super league spun it as a way to help fix what has been broken about the wife of champions league and take soccer the next level there are twelve breakaway clubs so far three from italy event is inter milan and a c milan three from spain. Barscelona real madrid and let it go. Madrid and six from england manchester city manchester united liverpool chelsea arsenal taught name hotspur spurs just fired head coach josie marino finally making him the first coach sacked in the super league era how exciting the blowback to the super league announcement has been swift and harsh a monday for president. Alexander shefrin called breakaway owners. Snakes and promised that players on those clubs who play in the super league will be banned from participating in the world. Cup or the euro's on sky sports monday night football former player and coach gary neville issued basically a call to arms to all english football fans players and coaches to stop the super league the trade monopoly. A closed shop atonement. Where you're to be in western molester in champions league places forget it. They don't get into the champions league anymore doesn't matter where they finish in the league was the point they take away everything in this country. The pyramid the sincerity of competition the state integrity of competition that we value and the taking it away. Yeah we know that. Monday nights have got more money. We know liverpool of moment. And we know the moment we can live with without. They'll always be top clubs who have more money but they can be beaten by sheffield united. Oh mickens role with fulham and trying to take that away to create franchise football. Never it can never happen.

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Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

"I have special paint here my house. Of course you do. This was this page was mixed. I got it at the king of england. No no no ten. No no this. Is i think the called the aura. Paint line. Ora ora ora and they're made by a what's the name of that other words it's like by the ten dollar one or the twenty. No no the pain is from. Whereas benjamin moore benjamin moore picture benzon. Which is the god so long ago. Moore's the benjamin veggies sherwin williams benjamin moore so what happens is or benjamin moore aura into. Let me let me see what it says here. Here's why the description. It is zora right so the reason or interior with our exclusive color lock. Technology is correct now. Color lock means colored on delivers the ultimate performance. Yes it does. Brilliant the stretch everlasting color. That's the key. Brody everlasting. So i got paint cans that are twelve years old down there and the molecular structure because they made the paint on the spot right rock then pose you bastard i if i have some touch ups to do. Most people would take that pain. Can't that's twelve years. Old the stick rushing it and they would start swiping the wall with it and it'll be discolored so a line of paint would blend right in. It was brand new. So hey when top dollar at the time okay. Because i am not penny wise pound foolish.

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Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

"I have special paint here my house. Of course you do. This was this page was mixed. I got it at the king of england. No no no ten. No no this. Is i think the called the aura. Paint line. Ora ora ora and they're made by a what's the name of that other words it's like by the ten dollar one or the twenty. No no the pain is from. Whereas benjamin moore benjamin moore picture benzon. Which is the god so long ago. Moore's the benjamin veggies sherwin williams benjamin moore so what happens is or benjamin moore aura into. Let me let me see what it says here. Here's why the description. It is zora right so the reason or interior with our exclusive color lock. Technology is correct now. Color lock means colored on delivers the ultimate performance. Yes it does. Brilliant the stretch everlasting color. That's the key. Brody everlasting. So i got paint cans that are twelve years old down there and the molecular structure because they made the paint on the spot right rock then pose you bastard i if i have some touch ups to do. Most people would take that pain. Can't that's twelve years. Old the stick rushing it and they would start swiping the wall with it and it'll be discolored so a line of paint would blend right in. It was brand new. So hey when top dollar at the time okay. Because i am not penny wise pound foolish.

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Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:32 min | Last month

Skeery Pays Top Dollar for Paint

"I have special paint here my house. Of course you do. This was this page was mixed. I got it at the king of england. No no no ten. No no this. Is i think the called the aura. Paint line. Ora ora ora and they're made by a what's the name of that other words it's like by the ten dollar one or the twenty. No no the pain is from. Whereas benjamin moore benjamin moore picture benzon. Which is the god so long ago. Moore's the benjamin veggies sherwin williams benjamin moore so what happens is or benjamin moore aura into. Let me let me see what it says here. Here's why the description. It is zora right so the reason or interior with our exclusive color lock. Technology is correct now. Color lock means colored on delivers the ultimate performance. Yes it does. Brilliant the stretch everlasting color. That's the key. Brody everlasting. So i got paint cans that are twelve years old down there and the molecular structure because they made the paint on the spot right rock then pose you bastard i if i have some touch ups to do. Most people would take that pain. Can't that's twelve years. Old the stick rushing it and they would start swiping the wall with it and it'll be discolored so a line of paint would blend right in. It was brand new. So hey when top dollar at the time okay. Because i am not penny wise pound foolish.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"About that and how that impacted the music scene. That really fascinated me the whole art school thing is it so English in so is in America. It's sort of like if you're at artists whether it's a young musician or visual artist unless you're making money or not worth a damn. Me Really. We just called. People. and. Whereas in Europe is different and I think it certainly after war. People were encouraged to do that and and to go to art school, and it was like this you know described to me by. Was John Steele from the animals that said you know this is like a window of opportunity open all the sudden you mentioned that there wasn't a compulsory military service anymore, and even if they're even besides that, you kind of had to just go your kid and now you're in factory through dad and you're GonNa work there until you die all the sudden this thing opens up bright around nineteen sixty where you can go to school and you don't have to know stringent requirements, go and and it was all of a sudden. A little. Period of said, you know they're kind of get away from that bounce ideas off of like minded people and people you mentioned Sandy Danny in the Freddie Mercury, all these other people that went to art school and and were able to bounce all these ideas and it was really critical for the music that was to come later. And I'm going to go ahead and queue I song. This is something very far from classic, but it was an influence on almost everybody who ended up creating classic rock and this is Lonnie Donnegan, and this is a song called digging my potatoes, which is a little bit of a double.

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"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"About the rock hall, a podcast about the rock and Roll Hall of Fame I'm your host joke was Allah I know too much about the rock and Roll Hall of fame, and that's what's up with me as always via zoom video chat. Is Kristin stuttered? Who doesn't care as much about the rocker? Hall of fame might actually in this state be as mad and righteously angry as ever Heinsohn. Hello I have slid. If you if you thought I started to care. Thought that I had. Converted now the the revolution has come, and it has changed my vibe. I was actually thinking about that today. How how angry I am and how I wouldn't be.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The Rock Hall. A podcast about the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I'm your host joke was Allah and I know too much about the rock and Roll Hall of fame with me as always via zoom video chat is my co host. Doesn't care as much about the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Some would say. She's rather skeptical of the institution. It's kristen stuttered truly carrying less each. And every day that this quarantine continues I can tell you that there was a time when you could feel my care mounting. I think the listeners often commented that I now really seem to care and boil. Boy I can tell you even with all this time to think the amount of time that I spend thinking about L. Rock Hall is limited to one hour per week while we recruit. Yeah and would you say it's dissipating? Yes roundly it's really hard to give a shit. I mean it was really hard before and now it's like even harder like the Rock Hall. You guys remember the Rock Hall. I get that but kristen. We have the doing playlist episodes in quarantine. We've been going year by year for each rock hall class. I am picking quarantine theme songs for each inductee and I would say you've you've found some songs through our journey that you enjoy definitely. I've been enjoying this journey. It's neat it's neat. I wonder if people miss US having guests pants. If you want to register your complaint how to do that. Don't do it by leaving. Us review do it in an email and then we'll email only glowing five star reviews goto agents okay. Let's go to I tunes complaints. Go to the Mountain WanNa make fit abundantly clear also complaints. Go only to joke all. I don't want to hear him don't you. Don't you dare involve Kristen drama? Kristen this general role. This is our eighth Corentin playlist. We are working backwards. And we've made it to twenty thirteen and as our listeners. Know at this point you have no idea what you odd sort four. We absolutely no clue twenty thirteen year. I moved to Los Angeles. Get Lucky was the song of the summer fight. That's what I remember. You know this. The twentieth thirteen ceremonies. One of the rare ceremonies where it was in Los Angeles. Well a rare amount. Please forgive me. I know you had to do it. And I'm gonNA I instantly must i. There was nothing else I could do. It was coming out of my mouth before I could even think twice and even then I was like who really who cares. Sorry so what happened at this rare money it was in Los Angeles. I believe it was. La Live downtown. Oh yeah yeah one of those. I from what I understand. Yeah so as our listeners. Know at this point I try to tell a story through these song selections and let's begin by you know I feel like when you ask someone how they're doing. Nowadays there always has to be a preface. There has to be conditions like you say well all things considered or you say given our situation right in Calvin adjusted terms to be due to right. Because there's a there's a lot of circumstances so the first song we're gonNA listen to is a song called circumstances by the band rush.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Big big. Thanks Marcus a real pleasure having you on the show And to make it number one hundred Now you guys tell me. That kid doesn't have have an old soul he is something special diggers keep a close eye on him And if he is near your town Cassiem at least go out and get Eldorado the first solo album by Marcus King intercourse find all the markets king band tracks all available wherever wherever you get your Tunes Okay so Thought of the week is that maybe there is some life after all not not bad bad for episode one hundred You know see the WHO which we spoke to Now Marcus and up incoming rockers in a show that you'll you'll hear a few weeks from duo call bones. UK Aren't maybe giving me hope that Rock enroll just be making another comeback. Yeah it's coming back from dad like a fucking Zombie. Well will it be enough to make the billboard pop charts and become something we're talking about The casual listener. I don't know But it sure seems like something very cool is bubbling just beneath the surface. Just when you think Iraq is dead it seems to show at least a little live in actually actually has returned bigger than ever in the past. I I'd be really surprised if in the next few years we are talking about some new golden major rock and roll but I do think it may be more interesting today than it has been for for a long while and I think it all starts with the fact that we are living in an age where the live experience is something far more Then one finds on the record It is certainly here where rock doc can exceed some of its competition. If you WANNA see something that is ballsy big and authentic. I'm not sure other music forms can beat the the rock and roll experience sure pop princesses with their huge tours and dances and all that special effects or you know pretty spectacular but rather Solis Hip Hop is street level And full of authenticity in with the right The right performers But but you know one guy in a Mike with. Dj doesn't seem to work real well when you scale up to bigger arenas But getting three four five evermore highly trained musicians on stage working together is assigned to be seen and sound to be heard. It still rattles your bone punches. You in the got especially if the artists up there are authentic and really trying to do something different. You can't beat it It's still the most democratized retired music around. Anyone can do it with about three chords and you can go from there Marcus King has all of that in spades. Okay I'm happy one hundredth episode to be We will get back to regularly scheduled programing next week up. Please come back and help me Get to episode one thousand until then as always for one hundred. Now.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So you know. I wish that everybody that deserving the bands and artists that can congratulate you for them on the rock and Roll Hall of fame or ignoring parts that it's been there and open in the door and by the way had those artists wouldn't have been a role in film magazine. There wouldn't be a rock and Roll Hall of fame. That's true that's where we're going to leave your brother at the my buddy neander Paul the mark in the Interpol show on Kfi LX mornings in Phoenix. Thanks for being with us here on the inbound history a rocket row you do wear Parkas when it's sixty degrees breath no marcus. I think that conversation could've gone on for another hour easily. There's so much to talk about that. We didn't even discuss I do crannies. We didn't get into all of our personal peeves and all that stuff but you know I think after talking all morning on his radio show and talking to us for a while. I think we got everything at all. I'm sure he's in the quiet room for the rest of the day. You could find him on the market. neanderthal shows okay S. L. X. in Phoenix every day. And he's always on the Internet. You can find him on facebook and stuff. He's a great follow. And you could follow us while you're there if you don't already do so on facebook it's the imbalance history of rock and roll on twitter. It's imbalanced his Co.. Without the WI. Thank you twitter and then of course You you can follow our personal pages as well Ray Kube Radio and Marcus in the darkest obscene people from the podcast. Showing up on on my on my so. Yeah if you're following are imbalanced history of rock and roll check us out as well on our social media pages email always works. We see some of you making comments on the website. That's good too. But e mail is imbalance history at G MAIL DOT COM. We had a beer in the middle of this. I think we need another one zero absolutely Nelson Serious condo about the Rock Hall while we head to Crooked Brooke it I think on it all. We'll say see until next time here on the imbalance history of rock and roll..

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Music or the connection and a and when you are connected and passionate about something anytime somebody flag your favorite band tribal like your favorite sports team your arms and you try to defend spend your fourth team which brings me to a closing thing that I wanted to hit you with and I know you're trying to wrap up. The argument between the band doesn't hurt anybody but when artist who has played the way at their crap for thirty forty fifty plus years right and their name on a nomination about Obama craff work or a band right the empty spot or band like motor at all of the in classic lineup of motorhead Argonne. You know they got Linda Ronstadt in before she's half which would the quality move on the part of the Rock Hall of fame but you and I both know a lot of these guy. I front going to beat here so when you see 'em see five who everybody but the rock and Roll Hall of fame knows are pioneers in a musical form. And they see their name on the ballot and they finally validation Dacian for our light work and then their Passover in favor of somebody who may or may not be deserving as that band irving. That's the key answer Sakib as deserving because of what they did in the door they opened we could go on forever about this but I know you've got to run to you. Just got off the Air Karen. Thanks for taking some time to talk about your view on the Rock Hall here. It almost sounds like the Who Cares about the Rock Hall podcasts? We've been going on about it but dude I just WanNa tell you before we get out of here and sign off. I'm GonNa go put on a copy of electric warrior. I'M GONNA kick back and we're just going to celebrate the T. Rex got in and I will go home and put on actually at home. I will go in my office. Input on a copy of electric cafe. And listen to Boeing boom chuck from craftwork and give my finger to Trent redner for not saying take my spot and give it to craft where deserve more than I do. He did just so you know when he was nominated he did say that. I do feel that if we get in without craft were getting in. I will feel very very uncomfortable. They should be in before us and he did interview. And I don't know if people realize this gangsta rap wouldn't be what it is without craft work that's a whole nother another day or wait a minute. We already did that. One didn't address Schwartz told us the whole story about that with school. He d. It was crazy how that Chris being in the craft work and working with school. How a lot of that stuff spun together was in our episodes? We did to episode interview with Chris Shorts from Rough House and rough nation right and hip hop wouldn't be where it is today. We're not prepared from Belli's choirs bands. So you know it is what it is this all ties together together for those people that don't think that hip hop Rasmin rocket does yeah. You're right Bro. You're right and Whitney Houston is the natural progression of aretha Franklin and Billie early holiday and Nina Simone and all of them as well and people fail to see that connection to unfortunate that we ought up in semantic.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"We are refresh. So let's get back to it with the Andhra Paul talking about the hall on the Balanced History of rock and roll. You also mentioned the criteria. I used to induct in. You said it's a secret for a reason. It's not random nor is it merit based. I think it's the most nebulous part of of the formula is the criteria because nobody seems to know in. It's because you have a whole theory on this which I tend to agree with because it's the guys who got together to form the rock and Roll Hall of Fame Club Have Control of all of it pretty much right. Yeah and I don't want to name drop into a rock and Roll Hall of Famer a reluctant rock rock and Roll Hall of Famer from one of America's greatest rock band and they're from in New York City and there were a lot of makeup in their early years. You know who I'm talking about that to me during an interview imagine if you had trademarked the name rock and Roll Hall of Fame You could be the rock and Roll Hall of fame. And that's essentially what happened here. Was John Winner. And and a couple of guys from rolling stone. Who are one of the more elitist music magazine on the face of the earth? Remember rolling stone historically bad mouth every led Zeppelin record when they came up rolling stone. Stone is an elitist group of in the know click that they believe that bans like television and the talking heads and and that might be down. You think they believe that those band and Lou Reed are the be all end all of the coolest thing about rock when you see the movie almost famous get that great Characterization of Lesser Bang talking about how these guys are ruining rock and roll. We've talking about Rolling Stone Paul. We Love Lester bangs on the podcast. Great example die. He understands that the opinion of the elite the opinion of a small group of People's necessarily represent everybody. But when you say rock and Roll Hall of fame somewhere along the line the word rock and Roll Hall of fame put together lend credibility credibility. There is no real credibility to just a bunch of people who thought. Hey these are people. We want to immortalize now the undeniable undeniable. Unless you're the rock and Roll Hall of fame it's easy to say Chuck Berry's Hall of Famer. It's easy to say led Zeppelin famer. It's easy to say. But here's a great example. How the fuck is an ozzy? Osbourne a rock and Roll Hall of Famer America Solo Artist because he bit the head off of the bat and he's scares people and he is the single largest recording artists in hard lock history. He's the Elvis of hard rock and heavy metal. Young is the epicenter of what hard rock in that form of music is and I'm not talking about it's worked with Black Sabbath. It can be argued that odd to work is more important and relevant than black Sabbath work without a doubt remember. All of the controversy was suicide solution. and Mr Crowley and all of that and then I was reading a book and Zach. Wow there's somebody said that. Ozzy saw the picture of Alister Crowley and was like who's that hat and he's like. Oh that's Alister Crowley and he's like. Oh that's what he looks like. Maybe he didn't. He was bald with a beard or something like that and I think it was in the latest John. Wieder hornbook. But that's a perfect perfect example of what we're talking about. Guys the fact that Ozzy as a solo artist isn't it in there. You know I know that there are people who were in two and three ways and that's great great for what they've done but why not acknowledge a man who's one of the great voices in rock has been there through it all including the most recent chapter. Let me get the straight Eric. Clapton gets into the rock and Roll Hall of fame as a member of Delaney and Bonnie's band but The osbournes not a rock and Roll Hall of Famer because this elitist group of people who have just just chosen who've decided to decree upon the chosen ones. This immortality. Don't like Ozzy they don't like Judas or or bad company to which is Orange Theri manilow or the guy wrote the the guy in American bandstand and he's not in the rock and Roll Hall of Fame Oats to get listen. We're on the Pantheon podcast network and there's actually A podcast that. That's what they talk about. It's called who cares about the Rock Hall and people who wanted to hear more about other people's opinions opinions about all this stuff even some of the people who are inside that committee to good podcast. Check out here on Pantheon. We're hanging with neander Paul on the imbalance history of rock and roll. Oh He's on the morning. Show a castle phoenix with the market. Neanderthal is that crazy every day you and market and things started for for Phoenix and It beats working for a living. You guys are in Philadelphia. I can tell you I never have to shovel my walkway in three in the morning. And and you know look. I've been doing this for thirty three thirty four years and it's a good way to make a living. Look anybody and I've said this to you before Ray and I know some people will argue but anybody. That's in radio. It was a failed musician. This is the second best job in the world next actually making music people. Ask Me Paul and I tell them the only thing I can plays records. Yeah I mean I if I had any the musical talent I certainly would have made it when it was an opportunity but then nineteen ninety-one happened and Nirvana got credit for kicking. Open the door that Jane's addiction opened five years before that and then allison changes made a bunch of noise with the tween in between so they actually made the noise and mother love bone was making all sorts of noise before Andy would died. And let's not forget that in nineteen eighty eighty four little band called the cult a common territory as hoping you would run little song called Sanctuary for rock radio. I aren't the caught. In the rock and Roll Hall of fame makes no sense. We probably would sit down and do all this so so. Let me ask you this if somebody were to have the money to start a rock and Roll History Museum and do a rock and Roll History Museum Hall of Fame Name And Make It a nonprofit type of deal. That's based on this type of stuff. Do think it would be more effective and credible than the rock and Roll Hall of Fame Institution Institution not the musicians of course and people need to understand. We're not slagging on any of the musicians because they are professional musicians. They are all masters at their craft after all great at what they do deserve to be they deserve to be where they are but a lot of founders as we discuss are left out. And we're talking about the the institution and the decision makers. I think what we're talking about is the sins of omission. Yes no and I think that look anytime. Music isn't a competition right. And I think what happens with any time you start giving award or are it becomes subjective and it gets we. Are you know the rock and Roll Hall of fame based on whose idea rock and roll at least when they award the platinum album if the recording industry of America or at least when they give out the academy award it you know the whatever the Film Academy whatever they call it Mitchell name bit so there's at least an attributed door you're somebody that has a source of credibility the rock and Roll Hall of fame is it just is what it is so let's just say it was like the National Recording Arts and sciences music achievement or something like that achievement achievement versus hall of fame because all fame means that somebody is going to be excluded and. I don't know that there's any right way to do it. I think what they're doing with the experience music project in Seattle. It's nice because it's a museum dedicated to to the local the local contributions to it. I think that's fantastic. I think anytime you start talking about competition. Can you know. There are certain things that we can all agree on. We all agree on the Beatles. We can all agree well. I don't know that we can all agree on the Beatles because there are people who get it don't like the Beatles acknowledge the fact that their the single most important musical artist of our time. I think it's your doc. You're talking about subjective opinions and the sensible mission is really the issue. I don't care who got in but I do care who doesn't get in and you can't can't ignore the obvious in your Post When we were talking about this you said unfortunately artists and fans are annually led to believe the fan vote matters to the fans hands? It's become a source of debate. That's not a bad thing. Keeps the spirit of music lively this year Kinda stood out because you had to artists who were nominated who led the fan vote and neither one of them got in have been a tornado tapping yeah. It is what people don't understand that I believe and correct me if I'm wrong because again. This goes back to the criteria period for induction. I believe at the panel of thousand votes right and it made up of some music industry people gun critic some members of the rock and Roll Hall of fame and the Fan but well the a fan vote out of all those hundreds of thousands or millions of votes that are cast throughout the five or six artists that they have in their only counts for one of those one thousand votes. That's hired to fill the fans. The fans are one one thousand of the factor to get somebody in so in that instance who care. It's a Kokin thing. What sock is it does activate a fan base which which is always good anytime we can sit here and talk about music and debate that this is great this kind of division in America that is welcome because it doesn't really mean anything and in the end nobody gets? Ah No just maybe a feeling to you know if you get personally I hope thing is about the metal bias You have multiple nominees is this year Judas. Priest's and motor head. You can make a case for soundgarden. Because that's how we first heard about him was when we did Metal Radio Paul and none of those fans got in and yeah. I don't know what the process will be with any of those artists or others in the hard rock heavy metal category. That aren't in but there's definitely the group bias for or or against certain types of music and services. Well then Nicholas back to that small group of people who are the final movers and shakers and artists in their club. It which is why I say. There's no accountability to it right when it's a blind process when it's a secret process when you go to the Conclave and you wait for the white smoke to come out of the staff you know you say to yourself okay. They've now decreed upon it. We don't know from what I understand and again I don't know this to be true. So this is all rumor and conjecture hearsay from what I understand. In order to be considered for the rock and Roll Hall of fame you have to be presented by somebody and sponsored by somebody like it's a motorcycle club or something like that or a knighthood and yeah somebody has to present you in front the Almighty people and then they sit in the room and they're all of Almighty sit back and go should we. I don't know maybe what if we made a donation to the rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation. Oh yeah well like everything else you know. Money is the lifeblood of Societe from what I understand. There is a financial consideration or consideration fedaration for the rock and Roll Hall of fame just like well. Don't know this certainly goes brings us back to ozzy. This goes back to the pay. Place at certain bands get on certain tours is based upon their record company and or management and or some sponsor paying for that acts. It is my understanding that you can pay for access into the rock and Roll Hall of fame as well any initial consideration. I want to say to that thirty anything else. Yeah I love your perspective. Always you know that you never fail to To stir things up there Paul. No matter where you've been whenever we've talked this. This is the constant you know when you were in Sacramento or Kansas City. Are there in Phoenix. which which I hope you will stay there and entertain the people in Phoenix for a long time? No matter what it is you always loved to stir shit up and that's why you keep it interesting Bro. Well look music is a great thing. Look everybody talks about radio and music discussion. Everyone says it's not brain surgery. No it's way more important than this is the kind of stuff that he people from going nuts over watching the new. This music is such an emotional attachment. Listen to music music they listen to.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Gray and Marcus on the imbalance history of rock and roll anybody. We have a very special guest today. A man I've known a long longtime and it's true you can't lie Paul. I'm talking about my buddy neander Paul Paul Marshall part of the market and the Interpol morning show on on KS Election Phoenix. Hey Man I am well for those that need a little breath. Refresher Course Ray at one point offered me an exorbitant fee to knockout couch Jesse camp and a bar one night all ready to do it was already too and he walked in with his representative who happened to be one of our closest friend and scuttled but I remember Ray and another person who shall remain nameless several hundred dollars on the end of the bar if I go up in a cold talk yet the faith it is one of my life biggest regrets never having done home. I Got Paul. That's classic that's out there. That is is going to have to know. Sure hope so as twenty years ago. Wasn't it longer than that. But yeah well while you've never been shy about revealing things and or your feelings or opinions on things and When it came to the Rock Hall Class at Twenty Twenty any you posted something on social media and you know Marcus Goldman my buddy marcus in the dark as we Certainly do we chat like girlfriends on social media and in texting and stuff about all this stuff all day about the podcast and we both saw your post on your neanderthal page at the ram the same time and started saying we got a call. Paul get them on to talk about this. I think we want to run through your original statement if we have time for that to kind of set things up for people so they know what we're talking about they know we're talking about the imbalance history of rock and roll in. It is always brought to you by crooked. I bere- in the heart of Hafbro. Paul if you have come to town and Philly sometime. We're going to go there. You'RE GONNA fall in love with bruise there a crooked eye so if they serve beer. I'm in I know it's one of the things I love about it. Really good beer in your statement you said today. I declared the Rocker Hall of fame as relevant today have been asked to elaborate. I receive some questions and wanted to share the response here and you said to the in the post. Here's what I told. The Questioner Jenner is the hall of Famer Relevance based upon. And you said who has not been inducted and you said yes. Yeah you want to elaborate a little bit on the things that are on the top of your mind. Look first and foremost. I don't want to bad mouth. Any of the inductees. No they did nothing wrong. I'll be picking at what they do. And somebody voters resented mortals and. I think that's great but I was thinking sort of obnoxious that the Rock Hall of fame would put a band in or an artist. In without whom aband- they overlooked having having existed. This band wouldn't exist for example. Brian can't put nine inch nails into the rock and Roll Hall of Fame Without First Inducting Gibo and craft work to ban Dan that without whom Trent redner hadn't heard he would never have bought his first computer and realize you could make music with irritates me about the Rock Hall of fame that day. Inductive van that are pioneers that invented and popularized a circle of the Caen mortality. That's musically mortality. If you're banned invent a a form of music or your singular in what you do and music has different after your band appeared on the scene can yes you are hall of Famer will you can put the MC five in that boat. They were up for this year to. You're getting into who has been inducted in not inducted and there's somebody who did exactly what you're talking about the empty five in the Kingston a coup invented punk rock. So why aren't they add right. It makes no sense absolutely makes no sense and the MC five with the first American punk rock band if it worked for the MC five then the ramones don't exist as my friend she though Koto this when it came to Punk Rock America fired first so there you go yeah no the stooges in the MC and how long did it take the students to get in long-term longtime and that's where when when the original question was is irrelevant on the Rock Hall of fame based upon those that haven't been inducted absolutely because they have ignored pioneers. They have ignored artists that without whom existing music would be where it is today. AAC Me there is music before this artist and music after the artists and music after this artist is different based upon the appearance of this artist. And not the hall of Famer. That's immortal mortgage hard to argue a case against that man and argue with that at all now a couple years ago. You made a long post about the nominees whether you thought they might get Dr Not. It was the year that sister Rosetta Tharp was nominated and inducted and at that point. I think you had said you weren't really sure. But she's quite a pioneer ear. I'd heard about her about fifteen years ago for the first time saw video on Youtube and was blown away by her guitar playing then I was reading some stuff about her and Elvis's listen. Guitar Player said that without people like sister Rosetta tharp. I wouldn't be here today so she ended up being one of those big time. Pioneers who sort of lived in obscurity. DNA took her a long time to get in and women have been treated very poorly as far as getting into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I couldn't agree more now. The thing with was that a thought and this is a great example of contradiction. Because I didn't know enough about her to say yeah okay. He's in the Rock Hall of fame. He deserves to be in the Rock Hall of fame. One of the great things things at the rock and Roll Hall of fame has an opportunity to do is to educate and to draw awareness and do bring forth those pioneer to make the public aware that these people existed listed. And you're right sister. Rosetta Dr Arguably one of the greatest. If not the greatest female guitar player that has lived and yet we didn't know because back then in the fifties and fifty. Let's face it not only. Is it the sex industry. It's still a racist industry. Why Chuck various not acknowledged as the reigning King of rock and roll because nobody in America was ready to give the crown around to an African American back then can argue with that either so so Rosetta tharp gets overlooked and by the way that chain of overlooked female L. Stars continues with the exclusion of Benetton so far so far north happened? I don't know she was all over the radio during our younger years man. She was so so all over the radio with her albums her songs and they weren't just one or two songs from each album. You would hear on the rock and roll rick the AOR stations four five five six songs deep on her albums that they were deep. They were deep song thing but hell is for children. Anybody else about outside of uncle salty from aerosmith. I don't think I remember another song about child abuse not like that being a popular song. A popular song don't happen. It's not just a pop dr not to somebody who was a popular figure in American culture but also was writing some cheap stuff. Some things that not only did men knocked right about women wouldn't even touch the and yet they inducted mcdonagh. Her first opportunity. Madonna doesn't exist. If Benetton doesn't kick that you also talked in your Post about the question of is it about who has been inducted adopted and you said no because a lot of people WANNA pick You know this one should Nagai in and Y you're talking about a line lineage and chronology the you know the people who benefited from the pioneer are in and yet the person who was the pioneer. The five are not. So it's not about who's been inducted in your view. Because you see how well look and I think primarily this is a semantic argument with me and that is when people like Madonna Madonna get inducted but people like Pat Benner tar get ignored and they call it the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Let's just get this out of the way right now. Rock and roll is a trademark. It's an instantly identifiable faial brand name. It's Kinda like when you hear somebody say. Give me a coke. They're not talking about coca-cola talking about the flavor rock and roll is all encompassing when it comes to music it's a wide breadth music and there's a huge difference between Brenda Lee and Metallica. And yet they're both considered rock and roll. So when somebody like Madonna who isn't traditionally considered rock and roll is inductive but somebody like Pat. Ben Atar who is the epitome of the definition is ignored. It's not about that artist. Pat Ben Atar big gap Madonna so when the business artists that would be the big argument. This time around will be the notorious who's the next logical evolution from screaming Jay Hawk and.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Welcome to deeper digs in Iraq. The WHO are you guys doing today. Good good good. Good good excited you got. I think you've got this show and one more and then you go home after a long tour for about a month and then you you started back up again right. Yeah so all right first. Let me say that hearing a new sound in rock and roll all is highly unusual these days so my first question has to be is the ban. The first to incorporate heavy rock elements together with traditional ongoing musical traditions. And if so why did it take so long for rock and roll to make it to the steps so we've been Hsun Rauscher to promote it took so long for as as you start with our producer dash as though he got safety and start. Does we searching doing experiments for For the Band we're in twenty sixteen with our producer desperately started or a few songs and And by doing so we On our own Sun. Yeah so it just it just happened that way. Basically this is how it is. It just came when it when it decided to come that so explain the term of who rock to our fans the Dick mcnew rock you which clue who newark is more than is ancient and Western eastern and it's We disrupt has its own twenty plain in style and instruments which was Mongolian Mon Corps. I'm GonNa talk sure and a story and most importantly sake right. Our traditional music actually has an rocked omits in and we'll be you playing for. Yes so the I. I believe the more in cooler is a horse. Head fiddle and The Tova sure is Mongolian Guitar and the Tumult Cooler is a jar and then it's the throat singing okay the throat singing the coolest thing out there. So can you teach me how to throw throw Jim To get did and who knows. Maybe some kind of cool. Can I try.

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"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"rock" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

"Total pain so I play the song like he comes and sits on my porch it's it's really embarrassing this is where have all the Queen's on the Lucchini rock and roll circus.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hey, there, diggers? This is Christian swayed the host of rock and roll archaeology, and deeper, Dixon rock. Yes. Also known as he rock and roll archaeologist. When we drop the first few episodes of rock and roll archaeology into the feed three and a half years ago. Little did we know that this telling of rock and roll history, would become a pantheon of rock, and roll podcasts, since many of you, I joined us on our rocker all exploration. The halls of the rotten all pantheon have filled with shows like deeper Dixon, rock, rock and roll library, muses art of rock with caution friends, real rock. With the Reverend Andy king miss pamelas, pajama party, vinyl, snob, and more. We are proud of this, one of a kind of protest to an audio magazine of high quality shows that is pantheon. Thank you for your support. We couldn't have done it without you. Are diggers who listen to all of our shows? And now we are excited to let you know that every show of able as part of pantheon can be found in their own podcast feed to subscribe to in apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher Google play or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts, remember to subscribe rate, and review, the shows, you've come to love, we look forward to adding more shows to fill the halls here in our pantheon of rock and roll, and find them, all at pantheon podcast dot com, keep up the Rockin.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It's all of. Everybody. Word do. Having eight no bird. Reason why woman starts nine a reasonable welcome to deeper digs in rock Meredith. Oakes. Thank you. Great to be here. Yeah. Yeah. It's great to have you the books really interesting. So we'll dive right into it. My first question is how does one narrow down a list of musicians to only fifty without going insane. We we all myself in my editors at sterling we nearly did go insane and have jousting wrestling bloodbath. I mean, it was a terrifying process seriously. It was real that was the hardest part was trying to narrow it down fifty because there are so many. There are so many more and so two that each chapter. There's a little section of influenced and influences, so at least in those spots. I got to throw more other names. Yes. Some more people who deserve to be in the cannon. And but really fifty it was difficult. I can imagine. That's just I I mean, I I would assume that you probably maybe started culminating a list of just a personal list of people that have influenced you, you know, throughout your life. Yeah. I mean, in a way exactly I've kind of been making this list in my head my whole life. And of course, it it keeps changing changes daily, but I really started with sister at Tharp because I've always been a fan, and she someone who was so instill really isn't very widely known, even though there's been a great book written about her by Gayle Wald shared around postage stamp in nineteen ninety eight and every now and then some clips or or men articles written about her. But really she is such a foundation of of rock and roll. And she was inducted into the rock hall of fame this year, which we found out about last year, which is a crime. Yeah. Eighty years after. The first record came out. That's all it took you think you should have been in like the first class or silly s a number one. I would have she would have been my I personally was what eighty six eighty seven when the rock hall started. So they probably weren't thinking too much and she had just died in the seventies. So it just a while live long. I think she was fifty six fifty seven years old when she passed and she didn't even have a grave marker for longtime. So that's in your book. I didn't know that until like the late nineties is that right? Yeah. Which is so shocking. I mean, you think about all like much older blues men and blues women like in the book, also Janice Joplin like a few weeks before she dies. She she pays for Bessie. Smith's headstone? Another great blues artists died too young in a car wreck. And and so you think about it much older artists. But this was the nineties. Why did this amazing woman have no grave marker? So now, she does sushi. So the book starts there because means a lot to me at she meant a lot to everyone who invented rock Elvis Jerry Lewis, Johnny cash all these guys named dropped her often in in. So I think she's a really important figure and a link from gospel and blues and the south to the north and through, you know, all sorts of American historical ties into her story. You couldn't have picked any anyone better to start with definitely.

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Rock and roll is full of pretenders at any point in its history. You can throw a dart and hit six wannabes that lacked it I just threw one I hit check Kroger audiences want to be entertained, and we wanna feel we wanna be enraptured by performance and transported to a musical. Nirvana. The frontman is largely responsible for that. You know, what I think Jason Lee in the film almost famous put it best. Look, I work as hard or harder than anybody on that stage. You know, what I do I connect I get people off. I look for the one guy who isn't getting off. And I'm making get off actually that you can print, of course, charisma and talent is natural. And not learned no one exemplifies that more than Freddie, Mercury even through the filter of history and on a screen. Mercury. Command your attention. For example. My daughter jet will literally stop whatever she's doing if Queen comes on TV as the parent of a toddler anytime. You have something that keeps them quiet if for only a few moments, it's a godsend, of course to the rock and roll world. Freddie was a godsend no matter if you're young or old uninitiated or a seasoned rock and roll archaeologist top or bottom, Freddie, has it. His story needs to be told and queens music needs to be exposed to everyone. So a movie seems like a great fit..

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"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hi, this is Randy backward from the guests who in BTO you're listening to rock and roll archaeology. D, I y and how studios present deeper digs in rock of the often role. Archaeology project. Music. Culture. Technology and walk on roll. Now on with the show, welcome to deeper Dixon rock eight production of rock and rock geology, Christian swinging here behind the mic in San Francisco today. Thank you once again for joining us in deeper digs we go a little further dig a little deeper into specific topics that tie in with rock and roll history, the music, the culture and the technology. It's the companion, show tour episodic overview of rock history, the original on the network, the rock and roll archaeology podcast. If you'd like to help out the arnuhar network, please head over to our brand new website and click on the support. The show's tab. You can click from there to our patriot page and make a much appreciated donation, or if you'd like to pick up some awesome rock and rocky elegy swag. Click to our t. public link that's rock and roll archaeology dot com. Thank you. Thank you. Rose show. Yes, yes. Let there be rock today. The rock and roll. Archaeologists sits down with a couple of hardcore podcasters Stephen, Michael, and sunny Hollywood. Poon e have a weekly podcast journey called growing up. Rock found on I tunes in most podcast apps like ourselves here at the arnuhar a Stephen and Michael are big fans, big fans of hard rock and metal music. The both grew up with the late seventies eighties nineties music. So they're show is about big towers, big drums screamers in big hair. Well, not all of it, but a lot one thing is for sure they like the music loud. So let's hear all about these rockers ladies and gentlemen, Stephen, Michael, and sunny Poon. Welcome to deeper digs in rock Stephen, Michael, and sunny Poon. How you guys doing today, are you? I'm doing great. I don't have that sultry voice that my partner Stephen has, but you know, we'll go with it. Wow. Voitey baseness Sony. There was we got some feedback that my voice was okay, but Stevens was sold Trie. So you know now now we play that up a little bit. Wow. So Stephen sounds like you've got a groupie. Yeah, I don't know about all that. And I think I think the Zach quiet was like southern sultry or something like remember. Well, yeah, you do have a bit of a twang in your voice. That's true. And and sunny, you and I, you know, California boys, you know, we just sound like everybody else on TV. So nothing special. Guys got all the base in your voice. Yeah, we, we definitely speak a little bit lower in in the back of the throat there so, but so you guys are podcasters we're podcasters and but the interesting thing that brought us all together is music. So, okay. First question was music. Something big in your house when you guys were growing up rock. Stephen, you go first. While so I grew up in a huge family. So music was always present around my house, all generations of music because my parents huge like so I'm the youngest of nine low. All right. Catholic pretty much. Yeah. That's the fact that rhythm method that never really works. Yeah, exactly. And parents. Yeah, my parents had me really late. I was definitely a mistake or an, but never a mistake, just hoop, so it's, it's all good. I had all generations of music starting with, you know, Benny Goodman and Frank Sinatra and things like at Lawrence Welk. And I remember growing up watching. How old is your oldest sibling in age difference from you?

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"rock" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"rock" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Rock alternative it's gone awesome one mistakes has begun this song your friends family king tried to start i.

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"rock" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Do I Y and how studios present. Deeper digs in raw. Or of the often role. Archaeology project. Musings old show. Technology and rock and roll. Now on with the show fellow, archaeologists welcome to deeper digs in rock a production of rock and rocky elegy Christian Swain here behind the mic in San Francisco. Thank you so much for joining us in deeper days. We go a little further, dig a little deeper into specific topics that tie in with rock and roll history, the music, the culture and the technology. It's the companion, show episode, Rick overview of rock history, the rock and roll archaeology podcast. If you are not listening to our main podcast. Well, you are missing out this episode. We'd like to ask you to consider donation through our patriot page or pick up some merged from t- public. We humbly appreciate any an all help. All the info can be found at rock and roll archaeology dot com. And archaeology is spelled with an A E in the proper English spelling a are C H A O L G Y thank. You. The pop of flash bulb, these Strobe who needs a singular moment, shudder freezes the action on silver. Nitrate celluloid the instant is captured and now the hunter can claim his prize for millennia. Artists tried to freeze a moment in time, capture a feeling, pass it along just to prove it existed, prove it was special and worthy of remembering and in doing so capture. An image that invokes myth perhaps summons the gods. In the mid nineteenth century, the technology of Taga fee came into its own and a new art form emerged alongside it photography permanently changed how we remember things. Now we can remember them over and over again the day. Our very special guest is one of rock 'n Roll's great photographers, Mick rock is and continues to be legend anyway. Rocker who aspires to exalted status once on. Dare I say, needs to be photographed by Mick make is a product of keys college at Cambridge through a happy trippy accident. A camera found its way into his hands and he took to it right away. The next thing you know he's taking pictures of bans, which leads to a friendship with the laughing. Madcap himself said Barrett. From there, it's Bowie. Lou Reed. Iggy pop New York. Punk of they call MC the man who shot the seventies. But of course, let's just have MC tell it, shall we love. Doing. Tracked by Scott. Welcome to deeper digs in rock Mick rock. Mr. Christian presumed. Looking forward to. Well, you know, it sounds like we made this entire show just for you deeper digs in rock. So. All right and Oliver vacation, I'd like to have you comment on this. I. I think we can both agree the music industry has changed tremendously in the last decades. Photographic industries. From ABC. Everything is is in disruption. I, you know certain arts. And so obviously how how people consume an experienced music in just the explosion of so much Vail ability at once fingertips to me, it appears to have diminished the very concept of quote unquote rockstar. So let me put the question to you. How do you see through the viewfinder today that has or can evoke what it means to be true, honest to goodness rockstar. And what I mean by that is one that could sit on a couch with the gods. You shot back in the day and not look small. Now the person or the people of the artists that you're working with. It may not have this exact moment, but you know, they might have a fifty year careers. Is there anybody

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