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"roger glover" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"roger glover" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Right. Let's talk about expanded universe. I will say. I mean obviously listened to get the easy ones out. Yeah obviously cw mccall's driving the truck right talking to his. His convoy friend know who was at that concert sunny. Oh sure definitely was at that concert maybe with gun absolutely you know i mean. She had a list of names. Apparently frank zappa was all atlas. This isn't a baby song starts when he came home from frank. Zappa concert right. That's right yeah what else else i. I don't have any songs that take place in switzerland right. I think we might have to say that. Thank we have any sense. Yeah maybe the monster. Mash castles in switzerland. Why not i mean not. I'll tell you this. I just never knew. Shantytown was on lake geneva shoreline. Who knew who knew but it makes total sense. It's gotta be. Yeah it's all got. I just had sunny. That's all i have. Yeah i mean again. It's a little hard to do. It's better university. This is a song that actually happened. Listen all you need to connect it is one thing and we to cw mcgarrell and sunny on you know what i'm saying. This doesn't take place in this story songs better universe because it had to do yes. That's right that's right. Yeah brings a little reality to the story song university into our reality right. This story connects to every historical event. Ever because it happened in reality yup say this That everybody in the story song expanding universe knows this song because it actually right now so therefore it is connected to every song there you go. I love it all right. Let's take a quick break and we come back. We'll talk about the history of this song. Which will be interesting because we already kind of did that. But now we'll talk about the history of the song we come back with story behind the story gang. So folks out there have reach out to us with alternate theories on some of the story signs that we've covered or story song expanding universe connections. Maybe we missed and let me tell you. We love getting those messages for our new year's special. We're putting out the call if you think we were wrong. And one of our interpretations of some the lyrics or there. Is this a topic that maybe we didn't talk about or you want us to talk about more or you just have a question. Please go to our website story song. Podcasts dot com and then click on contact. You can also contact us through twitter which is story underscore song or instagram. Which is stories on podcasts or facebook. which is thus story song podcast. Wherever you want whatever's easiest for you reach out to us will gather them up and we definitely wanna talk about him on our annual new year. Show to- every reach out to us please do. We can't wait to hear from. You can't wait to talk about it. All right welcome back for story behind the story. How did this story come to be. And i feel like we already touched on this. Since it's a true story. It was hard to avoid but rachel. I'm sharing you of so much more to tell us. I mean i do. The song smoke on the water by deep purple. Yeah so. I am going to ask you to do that. Thank you man now. well Smoke on the water was released. May first nineteen seventy three mum It was written According to what. I found it was written by ritchie blackmore. In in jillian roger glover jon lord and ian paice also known as deep purple. Yeah i guess they shared. They shared everything. They shared the songwriting on everything. I mean i'm going to assume. And i'm sure you'll i'm sure this was written fast right because it was based on the thing that had just happened. Yes oh i'm sure they kind of like banged it out right it while you still remember it. Yeah yeah and. I'll tell you the backstory so we all came out to mantra on the lake geneva shoreline to make records in a mobile the same as the lyrics basically the back story But anyway the the the psalm did a very well on on billboard charts it hit Number four on the hot one hundred number three on cashbox and it was number fifty. On the year end charts it also charted in canada and the uk singles hit number two in canada. Wow better in canada than in the us but you know. I mean the one thing. I want to say about deep purple. Yeah before we get too far is what's amazing is that they would have been considered heavy metal at the time which is hard to believe now because even a label like hard rock which is like it's kind of like heavy metal but not as much seems like too much for them. I just just my point of how. The genre of heavy metal has evolved well. I think it's interesting. Because i think deep purple is known so much for smoke on the water But they are prolific and this actually is from their sixth album called machine head which sort of started their change from a funke delic like psycho funk band to like a psychedelic funk psycho fund sounds like search psychiatry short but they from from Sort of a psychedelic mall without your moment. Freudian slips anyway transitioned into a more hard rock hard hard rock sound short but we'll get into that a little bit later. This stayed on the charts for sixteen weeks. It was very. It was very big and the the week that it hit number four. The number three was shamba la by three dog night. crazy number. Two was yesterday once more by the carpenters and number one. Bad bad leroy brown luther. Jim croce is a really good week. That's a good week. That's a good week and you know my love for shambala. Come all those songs so as we spoke about this is a true story in nineteen seventy deep purple. Were in montrose. Switzerland that checks out. They were recording the album machine head.

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"roger glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"roger glover" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What? Glenn? I'm ready for you to come back again, Brother. Oh, we love that we love. I love the people. We spent two or three days And what a wonderful place. Thank you So much for your love. Listen, I want to talk dead daisies and wants so much to talk to you about, but you guys are going back out on the road. How What does this do for you? Mentally Because you've been cooped up. You can't do what you love. You can't do what you're great at and now you're finally getting unleashed. What's that do for you mentally, man? Mm hmm. Well, we have those nine shows when you saw in June July and they were great. Never gearing up for bigger shows. And what have you and we're all very We're in New York right now preparing to leave, and we are so excited to Get out there in front of our hands and do what we do. Dead days. He's going back out on the road talking with Glenn Hughes and listen that I'm going to say new album came out in 2020. It's just fantastic man. How much work went into that record? Well, a lot we were in. This is pre pandemic. We were in the south of France in the chateau, making the album in November December of 19. Prior to the pandemic. Kidding And when the the album was supposed to come out in May of 2 20. And that obviously couldn't happen because no one could get it so we didn't get the album came out. In January of this year. I want to go back. I want to talk more dead daisies. I want to go back to deep purple because there was a break up in the mid seventies. And you know you hear about the purple breaking up and boy Imagine being the front foot purple front man for a deep purple But you hear about that even brought David Coverdale tears and I once saw an interview, and you You said that actually Sex, drugs and rock and roll is actually what broke up. Deep purple. What happened with deep purple man? Well. Without going to his detail. It was a difficult time. I know how old you guys are. But the seventies were all about more more. More more. Do more of this. The more that with women, you know, drink drugs or what have you Sexual addictions or it was just over the top stuff, you know? But you make so all up together, it can become wicked. So it was the doubt for it was the downfall of many, many of them. So you're you're a bass player. You're on the rock and Roll Hall of fame because you're in deep purple. But in 1973, you were asked to join takeover for Roger Glover on base. And you're thinking I like the bass guitar man, But I'm a lead singer Go through the mind. Yeah, I mean, go through the mindset of joining a band as a bass player when you want to sing. Yeah, well, when they you know, I met with him in New York sitting in a hotel over the road from I met them. I'm looking at that right now. Um I asked her to come and meet with them, and I'm thinking they're going fast. But it could be. You know the singer and they said, No. We want Paul Rogers saying, And they want you to play bass and things helpful. What you're saying I'm going Okay. Sounds interesting. So that didn't work out forward with forming a band called that company, But for me not to become be a finger in the pop. It was weird becomes the lead single before deep purple. But then we got David covered up. Come in, who was an unknown at the time and David, as you know, David and I shared the vocals on the album, Colbert. Okay. Sorry, but we dropped out just for a second. Glenn Hughes is on the show with us. Hey, Glenn. I want to get back to the dead days is because your voice is absolutely flawless. And it's not just on the record. You were just here in Louisville back in July. And your vocals are absolutely flawless. What do you do to take care of to sound so good man, Because, uh, it's just unreal. Um, I A lot of sleep, a lot of water and.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

10:06 min | 11 months ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Left a little bit of a bad taste But beautiful beautiful sounding record but you could tell it super meticulous obviously dealers famous for working with scorpions as well and same sort of thing you know. They said he just he just really worked. The band's a hard to get everything perfect perfect so so except had exactly the same idea I think this is a quote from wolf but he says maybe we were trying to sort of go back to our natural and not polished accepts sound with that record. We weren't really all that happy with the polished and clean sounding metal heart. I was sorta very happy with my guitar playing on that record and very happy with my parts but i remember the whole vibe of the band was at the time that we don't wanna go through this again with theater. Dierks who had produced metal heart Now in this case. I think the album is markedly You know in comparison to the acdc album versus versus the previous to I really do not like the sound of the russian roulette record. It is really hard on the ears. In harsh in the middle there some electronic. Toms and things like that. The bass drum is almost two claquin and snappy But yeah just just really kind of a harsh mid range. He sort of sound on this record Having said that. I love this song aiming high and i love man enough to cry and i love monster man so three of my favorite except songs of all time are on this record and there's a lot of other material that's pretty darn good on it as well But it was considered a bit of dark record. Not very hooky again just kind of like the same as our acdc Comparison but But this is definitely a case of a self production kind of blowing up in their face. Again the the secret weapon the guy helping them produces michael wagner. He goes on to be a pretty pretty good producer big producer of on his own But no. I don't think they really get the results on this record You know the the previous three records even restless and wild while breaker as well actually but restless and wild sounds good and heavy and raw But balls to the wall sounds good and heavy and not raw and then and then metal heart sounds absolutely amazing but it is is quite meticulous So yeah i. I think i think Consensus definitely was. The russian roulette was not as good a record as the as the previous three or even four. I would say All right so that's it. A few honorable mentions wanted to mention You know that. I thought about including this but they didn't they didn't fit as well. Deep purple with machine head. Is you know famously. Martin birches the engineer but it is quote unquote a self production. We know roger glover goes on and and does a deep purple and rainbow for that matter. i thought i good example of a super successful one. That's kind of interesting is Is hair the dog by nazareth. Great sounding record for nineteen seventy-five produced by manny charlton. Roger always said that that manny always took a lot of interest. He was a gearhead. He had kind of a little career in radio before A radio technician stuff But manny charlton. I took over the reins very capably. you know Ram pant whatever But but even roger glover's productions on the big hit albums razzamatazz and and Loud and proud. We're not great sounding records I don't think he did that. Good job on them. But when manny took over i mean he got a killer huge. You know very high fidelity and powerful sound on hair the dog so there's theirself self production working out Rick labonte buddy of mine. He's also a guy who's a who's gone on a piece show and done some great Great work they're real. Smart music swamy You know he mentioned Jimmy page and led zeppelin. I've obviously had thought about that. One interesting one there because he you know even though they do have famous engineers well probably made famous by led zeppelin jimi really as hands on another interesting example He brought up a beach. Boys pet sounds porcupine tree in absent. She i wouldn't have thought of that one rainbow down earth with rajouri. He brought paul mccartney on producing wings albums thin lizzy. Fighting produced by filament film. Rolling stones has one. I thought of including a. Because as you know. I i believe was starting with. It's only rock and roll the glimmer twins. right The pseudonym for for keith mick. But they always had a good engineers as well along the way i wanted to mention for for deep purple So so yeah martin. Birch a fireball. Is martin birch lou austin and alan. Oh duffy But self right. I and machine head is martin birch with With bare assistant engineer. But martin birch's engineering and mix Technicians are nick waterson the rolling stones mobile operator enhance for rob cook cooksey and heart. Good old call and but but what else so yeah so On it's only rock and roll with the stones. You have andy johnson keith. Harwood so to you know really really kind of famous guys. Glenn johns again. Some of these guys are actually made famous by working with the rolling stones up but for black and blue Keith harwood glyn. Johns phil mcdonald luhan. Assistant engineers jeremy. Dave richards So so they had a bunch of guys Kisses one that was brought up. Tim durling brought up kiss and i kind of looked into a little bit kind of a funny kiss. You're always suspicious about. Who's kind of doing the work. But you look at creatures we've got. We've got gene simmons and paul stanley kind of taking that production credit. We didn't really talk about this but taking the credit is a is a is a fraud area as well You know not to mention getting into the executive producer thing which is a producer. Who doesn't do anything at all It mostly but with kiss you've got Asylum i believe as paul stanley with gene. Simmons and dave wittman and analyze paul stanley with gene simmons with michael james jackson. Who's who's kind of famous guy a creatures is Is dave wittman again Mix bob clear mountain But yes so. That's a gene. Simmons paul stanley and michael james jackson as producer. So there's the three man team are. We sell producing whatever few other examples of prince purple rain. Joan jett bad reputation bruce springsteen nebraska z. Tops kind of a funny one How much work is bill. Ham really doing. How much work is billy. Gibbons really doing how much of it is. Joe hardy You know later on in years. He certainly was was the guy who really made those albums in the ninety sound. Amazing Buddy my jamie laszlo also mentions Steve wilson's hand cannot erase He brought up some girls as well. But you know it really is like a some girls. it's It's you know. Glimmer glimmer. twins is sort of a regular thing But i think that's about it. Those are all the ones. I wanted to bring up. And i really liked again. The idea that the five actually. I wanted to mention a another thing here as well so just in this idea of credit. So you know the the ozzy osbourne situation right. I've i've got my copy bark at the moon. The third third album ear. Produced by osborn days. Lee in norman So that's really max. Norman is doing that one And then diary. I think i think the debut actually I don't have a copy of the debut in front of but i think that one is basically You know credited to the band But i've got a copy of diary in front of me. And it says produced by max. Norman ozzy osbourne randy rhoads. So that's kind of interesting But again max. Norman amazing amazing producer. He was one of the five. I picked when i went on. Show is one of my favorite producers But he's the guy that that really should be credited for getting the amazing sound. You get on these on these ozzy albums you know. Very extreme sound With randy kind of over driven and twice as loud as everybody else in kind of almost sat like a like a reinhold mack feel on leakers lakes drums. i imagine i would say so. Yeah this this field obviously. There's a lot to talk about in this field when you do get to. Who is taking the producer credit. Not really doing the work. And then the executive producer credit But i thought all of these were kind of good for acted quite. Turn out the way you know. Everybody kinda wanted alright. If you like this show want to support future episodes please go to kofi rhymes with no fee Dot com slash. Martin popoff the hit that red support button by me. Coffee or ape height And on that front. This week. I would like to thank job at belair. 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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"All right. So unleashed in the east again. This is one of those situations where is just so magical what they did and this actually went platinum. This got certified so it came out. September seventeenth seventy nine. There was one of these. You know group platinum our group certification parties For priest away up into november of eighty nine in this was certified gold and platinum at the same time so really cool that. This record is certified. Platinum priest had a lot of success all through the eighties and that eighty success went back and dragged a few of these. These albums that you think wouldn't get certified up to a certification level an amazing amazing album. You know people you know people consider call this album sometimes Unleashed in the studio. And that's not really true. This is not that much. The studio album I i believe a high. I always forget how the story goes. And this is terrible. Because i've written one two three judas priest books my first one is still actually. Yeah the first one is still The first of the two updates on heavy metal. Painkillers is still available. You can still get decade of domination. From which has the whole story of this album as well at martin popoff dot com But i keep forgetting the story. But i i believe rob had had a bit of a cold or a flu when he was recording this And he and he went in and redid the vocals and there were few other little. Touch-ups whatever i hate even bring it up because it is such a cooking amazing live album even listening to this version of running wild again like it say you know i. I love the version on Hell bent for leather killing machine slash. Hell bent for leather but You can just tell. This ban has so much chemistry and power and they are at the height of their powers. at this time this is after that genius run of albums you know right up to hell bent for leather You've got sin after sin in there and stained class and sad wings rock arolla making lots of records really quickly and they're just genius records right but the cool thing about this album is that it is it is true it it just feels so perfect as a single. It's like get in attack and get out it's got it's got songs on here so this is this is a nice thing that alive album sometimes does. Sometimes it just gives you such a radically different version of of songs versus versus the studio album not not particularly the arrangement of the song. Or what you're gonna do in it but just the production value so so when you get excited. Her in a raucous live environment. It's so much crazier than the pristine scientific version. You get on stained class running while little less so but still But center certainly. I mean that roger glover produced sin after sin album was very pristine and clinical She gets center on here. And also you get all these songs from across these radically different productions all given kind of the same production in which always is pleasing to the year. you get the ripper. You know the sad wings. Production values were actually very good For nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy six and for baby band with not a lot of budget but but here here you get it you know in this explosive super heavy metal hard rocking truly heavy metal version. Green alicia get on here. You get diamonds in roster fluids literally the lightest thing on here and the only light thing because after diamonds and rust you get this onslaught of songs from sad wings. Which which is you know the ban making a statement that they really like sad wings right. So you get victim of changes genocide and tyrant in a row to close off side two of the original north american vinyl of this thing this this unleashed in japan out when you know Unleashed in the east and in japan. I think it said made in japan possibly as well on it. It's too something like that. But one of the one of the cool things about this record as well. Is you know the live shot on the front is one of these staged live shots when the band is back in england so they're not in japan taking that picture and one cool thing about that shot number one. It's an amazing amazing front cover and great live shot but it always reminds me of the staged shot on kiss alive which is also one of the most iconic pictures of a band live. Ironically it's not really live but just a live shot of a band in in all their live gear. So i always thought unleashed in the east had that nice link to kiss alive which is in the hard rock world. One of the great magical live albums. But it's a double live so we're not including episode right But there you go. Those are are five. That i'm going to call the top five single live That i thought for various reasons You know You know deserve a dedication and they are different reasons for all of them but but those are five examples of Of a successful idea of doing this single and not doing it live and then always we always wonder what would have been on a double live and if they had done a double out but for these bands careers you know. This was obviously a great idea for all these bands to do this exactly the way they are. Although the pat travers like us didn't certified all right there. You go if you liked this. Show want to support future episodes. There's always my weekly. I only go up on facebook and put this up when when i put up a an episode but you can go to kofi rhymes with no fee Kofi dot com slash martin popoff and hit that red support button and by me. Cough your a pint They've got this three dollars. 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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"Take your album. Flip it over at the credits. The track sequence does does it start with victim of changes. Yeah on all the original pressings. It does not start with the rapper. Know they they flipped it around. It's a it's a concept down. It starts to prelude goes to tire genocide epitaph island domination. Then you're besides starts with victim of changes. I think this is a con novel. I think they made an air in manufacturing. And you're beside became your day side and vice versa. And once you listen to it in the correct order which i re sequenced mine on On the cd it makes sense. It tells a story. Yeah even looking at the track listing on here. And i never even thought about that. Before that makes total sense why would prelude be the beginning of side. B prelude should be the album introduction. Right exactly i never makes perfect sense. Why would you lead off alma. Victim of changes. Yeah it's a fantastic song. I mean come on But it makes no sense as track one to to start off an album nearly eight minute song through it. It's more of a mid point of an album song. You need something to build to. The whole first side does not getting to my favorite the river without a doubt. I mean you get all the elements that you expect from priests distill down into one sub. Three minute raging slab of birmingham grit or vocal on this one. I love rob's voice and just the way he sings it and some. I like the stabbing vocal about jack. The ripper stabbing vocals there. You go and the guitars and the drums and the bass There's like elements on this song. Get like the flange and tremolo from the guitar that they used a lot on winter on the previous album but now it has a meaning now. It fits into a song and isn't just like guitar. Wangari nice. I'm gonna totally go back. And listen to this the way you talked about because that sounds never really thought about listening to it that way and i bet a bunch of our listeners are going to be doing the same thing as a concept album about evil i mean the prelude is is Golic paul stanley in my head declaring now it gets rough after the end of prelude against irons. And then you you talk about like the evil guy. Sins genocide and then. Where's where's it happens happening on the island of domination. Then you get the victim of changes so it to me maybe not just been drinking a bit too much vodka that night but it seemed to make sense now. It's yeah and yeah i was. I picked up. Attaf also is the worst. But it's i still like it though. It's it's good but it's kind of it. it has a clean sound to it. Like i i. I hear a little bit of queen in certain things on these early records. And i wonder i think they were. I think they were an influence on them and there was that they were direct influence on a song. I'll talk about another album but Yeah i would pick that worst but like this is i mean once you get past the first one. i think. They're like basically perfect albums without. Maybe maybe a weird one here and there. But i never. I really don't skip anything after that. Epitaph sounds unfinished. It's my least favorite on the album. It sounds like trying to do freddie. it's operatic. It's very queen with the piano. The vocal the harmonies. But it sounds like he mean without the rhapsody budget priest in so there. There's a there's a difference you know they didn't quite have freddie mercury's artistic vision of how to do things in the studio and they certainly didn't have any budget to be recording at so only for that reason. It feeling unfinished unrealized as it mildly favor. Yeah right and the cover is one of the coolest album covers of any band ever. i think. Yeah i've always wanted to have like a like a framed print of the painting of that come back tattoo of it. My wife will the The new three d. cover that came out for record store. Day was like Kind of embossed with texture really. Yeah i thought that was great. And i think the somebody put up to my either. Maybe it was from that or somebody created a three d holographic image online. You could look at on. So that brings us to april of nineteen. Seventy seven and sin after sin comes out i. This is kind of their major label. Debut because they're not on gull anymore. They're on columbia and Produced by deep purple basis roger glover and their only album to feature drummer. Simon phillips who was a great drummer The i'm sure you guys know the story about roger glover getting brought in on this like they were gonna they were gonna produce this themselves and columbia her finally heard like the rough mixes and freaked out and and flew. Roger glover like literally overnight to to work on the record and save it he failed. You don't like this one this. This album sounds like garbage. You know even when i was fourteen years old listening to an like. This sounds like junk i mean. The production is absolutely horrible than the quality versions. The previous two albums to meyer. I think it's flat. it's muddy. it has absolutely no separation or sonic brightness throughout this just has no definition it is a little flat compared to the first two. I agree with that. Doesn't have the brightness musically. I guess sonically as the first two albums have and not quite as good as the first two albums. I don't think. I mean there's four songs on here that i loved. I think by priests standards are eights. Nines and tens but overall Anther some weaker spots on this album to salman say i least-favoured on here probably. Oh man i don't know it's kind of a toss up i'll go with here. Come the tears as my least favorite and my favorite off of sin after sin which i love center. I love star breaker. I really loved dissident aggressor. That's one of my all time favorite pre songs. But you just can't mess with that cover man. And i never knew it was a cover when i was a kid or when i was when i first heard this i had no idea was a cover. But so awesome diamonds.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Take your album. Flip it over at the credits. The track sequence does does it start with victim of changes. Yeah on all the original pressings. It does not start with the rapper. No they they flipped it around. It's a it's a concept down. It starts to prelude goes to tire genocide epitaph island domination. Then you're besides starts with victim changes. I think this is a con novel. I think they made an air in manufacturing. And you're beside became your day side and vice versa. And once you listen to it in the correct order which i re sequenced mine on On the cd it makes sense. It tells a story. Yeah even looking at the track listing on here. And i never even thought about that. Before that makes total sense why would prelude be the beginning of side. B prelude should be the album introduction. Right exactly i never makes perfect sense. Why would you lead off alma. Victim of changes. Yeah it's a fantastic song. I mean come on But it makes no sense as track one to to start off an album nearly eight minute song through it. It's more of a mid point of an album song. You need something to build to. The whole first side does not getting to my favorite The river without a doubt. I mean you get all the elements that you expect from priests distill down into one sub. Three minute raging slab of birmingham grit or vocal on this one. I love rob's voice and just the way he sings it and some. I like the stabbing vocal about jack. The ripper stabbing vocals there. You go and the guitars and the drums and the bass There's like elements on this song. Get like the flange and tremolo from the guitar that they used a lot on winter on the previous album but now it has a meaning now. It fits into a song and isn't just like guitar. Wangari nice. I'm gonna totally go back and listen to this the way you talked about because that sounds never really thought about listening to it that way and i bet a bunch of our listeners are going to be doing the same thing as a concept album about evil. I mean the prelude you know is is Golic paul stanley in my head declaring now it gets rough after the end of prelude against irons. And then you you talk about like the evil guy. Sins genocide and then. Where's where's it happens happening on the island of domination. Then you get the victim of changes so it to me maybe not. I'd just been drinking a bit too much faster that night but it seemed to make sense. Now it's yeah and yeah i was. I picked up. Attaf also is the worst. But it's i still like it though. It's it's good but it's kind of it. it has a clean sound to it. Like i i. I hear a little bit of queen in certain things on these early records. And i wonder i think they were. I think they were an influence on them and there was that they were direct influence on a song. I'll talk about another album but Yeah i i would pick that worst but like this is i mean once you get past the first one. i think. They're like basically perfect albums without. Maybe maybe a weird one here and there. But i never. I really don't skip anything after that. Epitaph sounds unfinished. It's my least favorite on the album. It sounds like trying to do freddie. it's operatic. It's very queen with the piano. The vocal the harmonies. But it sounds like he mean without the rhapsody budget priest in so there. There's a there's a difference you know they didn't quite have freddie mercury's artistic vision of how to do things in the studio and they certainly didn't have any budget to be recording it at so only for that reason. It feeling unfinished unrealized as it mildly favor. Yeah right and the cover is one of the coolest album covers of any band ever. i think. Yeah i've always wanted to have like a like a framed print of the painting of that. Come back tattoo of it. My wife will the the new three d. cover that came out for record store. Day was like kind of embossed with texture really. Yeah i thought that was great. And i think the somebody put up to my either. Maybe it was from that or somebody created a three d holographic image online. You could look at on. So that brings us to april of nineteen. Seventy seven and sin after sin comes out i. This is kind of their major label. Debut because they're not on gull anymore. They're on columbia and Produced by deep purple basis roger glover and their only album to feature drummer. Simon phillips who was a great drummer The i'm sure you guys know the story about roger glover getting brought in on this like they were gonna produce this themselves and columbia for her finally heard like the rough mixes and freaked out and and flew. Roger glover like literally overnight to to work on the record and save it he failed. You don't like this one this. This album sounds like garbage. You know even when i was fourteen years old listening to an like. This sounds like junk i mean. The production is absolutely horrible than the quality versions. The previous two albums to meyer. i flat. it's muddy. It has absolutely no separation or sonic brightness throughout this just has no definition it is a little flat compared to the first two. I agree with that. Doesn't have the brightness musically. I guess sonically as the first two albums have and not quite as good as the first two albums. I don't think. I mean there's four songs on here that i loved. I think by priests standards are eights. Nines and tens but overall Anther some weaker spots on this album to salman say i least-favoured on here probably. Oh man i don't know it's kind of a toss up i'll go with here. Come the tears as my least favorite and my favorite off of sin after sin which i love center. I love star breaker. I really loved dissident aggressor. That's one of my all time favorite pre songs. But you just can't mess with that cover man. And i never knew it was a cover when i was a kid or when i was when i first heard this i had no idea was a cover. But so awesome diamonds.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"And did not know that an ankle a year or two in age apart. That's cool so i think yeah. That's solid top ten right there so we have our top five each. Do you want to go over that what we have so far okay. So so far and number one. We've got geddy. Lee and neil pert and number two geezer butler and bill ward of sabbath and number three john paul jones and john bonham from led zeppelin. Lot of people. I think would say they should be number one but we've got them at number three number. Four steve harris and nico macbrayne from iron maiden at number five phil line at and brian downey of thin lizzy and number six. We got our dudes from deep purple. Roger glover and ian paice and number seven cliff williams and phil rudd of acdc. Not just the classic era but the current era. Well i love that. I think that's part of the reason. Why power up is so damn good. Oh totally a big reason for it. And number eight michael anthony and alex van halen of van halen and number nine. We got the dudes from queen. I was going to do without him. But i would have been wrong. And then at number. Ten from anthrax. Frank bello and charlie bananas and that is our top ten right there. So we've got ten more to go to round out our top twenty all time. Greatest rhythm section duos of all time and your up ham. It's getting so much harder now. are here is one where i could have easily made the list over thin lizzy if i was you know. I don't know they were there kind of on the same playing field in the importance to me and i think importance to the band. I'm gonna go with. Doug penn jerry gaskill of kings zacks. Let's see i've got them. They are in. I know. I got him on my list. Where do i got him at having to look that dave not guess they're their top twenty. I got those guys top twenty for sure but yeah i. I won't disagree with that. Because when i'm putting these together a lot of these when it gets down to that far it's kind of like i had them in. Groups had the the age group the b group the group and the c group. I was having fun putting them together but didn't think they'd probably even make the last the be group figure you know there's some of these in here. I'm not sure exactly what order i would put these in. But they deserve to go in there and Doug panic and jerry gaskill. There's no denying them. You know again. Here's another situation where you're bass players also your singer..

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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"This is gonna be my choice and put in the rhythm section's raft at number sakes. I'm going to go with a classic. I'm going with roger glover and ian paice of deep purple battlefield. You would pick them. You know what those guys were in so many great songs over the years. And then you think about it too when you're talking about the rhythm section deep purple ye kind of these guys get a little bit of edge because they got jon lord helping him out too but i mean just to many great albums too. Many great songs long partnership these guys longtime friends still doing it today yet. Put them right up there. D. purples gotta to be represented with their stellar rhythm section. Yeah i did you even have on your list. I mean i had them on the list of possible picks but they didn't they wouldn't have made my top ten just personally Great players and You know roger glover. I love him as a producer to But i know. I mean deep purple. I mean you have to give them respect and pay a hell of a drummer. And the more i think about it the more kinda which i had but I don't know. I think i'm letting my My lack of appreciation for color my choice on this all right. Well i've got you covered. 'cause they're going at number six okay all right so now. It's up to you to pick big lucky number. Seven is as it gets so hard. Because i don't think i even mentioned this top of the show i had. I had thirty two options. Here i think. I got a little more than that all my guy just like when i when i first started thinking i'm okay that one that one in that and then i'm more started digging into this oche. Well since we got so many to choose from you know we could do. We could go up to the top twenty here on desperately geek and then maybe go up to the top forty when we get done recording for the new chris and aaron show for the. Vip's our we just keep picking more if you want to. Well let's they were our list. Stand is okay sir all right. Let's see what we got left at the end we do need to do some vip work though What are you talking about. I just released two full. Chris and aaron episodes this last week. Oh i'm sorry..

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"roger glover" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Piccolo and his friendship with Gale Sayers. 1974 Eagles. Best of my love was released. It took until March of 1975 4 to make it to number one birthdays. You're the last day of November is your birthday. Happy birthday to you? You sure with a couple of pretty good authors Wanna centerist? Jonathan Swift, who gave us Gulliver's Travels and the other Mark Twain, Samuel Langhorne, Clemens, Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn. And, of course, the Prince and the Popper. Birthday today for Bill Wolf, Pro Football Hall of Famer like to the Hall of Fame in 1993 coasted Stanford and the 40, Niners, Super Bowls 16, 19 and 23. Warn him all Bill Walsh passed away in 2007 Abbie Hoffman, one of the Chicago 8 19 sixties cultural revolutionary yippee. Man who wrote the book, steal this book, so we'll never know how many of those were actually sold. Abbie Hoffman committed suicide in 1989 Heavy birthday to Rob Grill. Rob grilled on the grass roots born on this day, 77 years ago, and it's the birthday for one Roger Glover. Peeping around the door. I got a baby Cry Rainbow Deep purple bass guitarist Roger Glover Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee in 2016 with deep purple turns 75 today and last but not least. Boys around really are going today. Turning 65 pads fivesome plans will be top of mind.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"That is correct. Nice. To number three, foreigner went to number four. Alice Cooper topped out at forty two and ACDC only made it one fifty or but with one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seven. Yeah, I was GonNa say I know that Alice did not do well in that record. whiskies hated by a lot of Alice Fan I like it though. Now get you I guess we'll good stuff on. Our right. So you bet against and you got it right so you. Were now tied one, the one and the question go back Matt and I'm GonNa give you the same exact question except with different choices battle of the nineteen, seventy, seven bands, which of these four albums went the highest on the US fell billboard Charts Chris, you got it right but do you think? I'll say knows. Right. Back, you're not being bet against your choices are the grand illusion by sticks had scratched Bieber by Ted nugent draw the line by Aerosmith or little queen by Heart. The grand illusion from sticks? That is correct. Resolution number six, the next closest harvest nine, draw the line win to eleven and cat scratch be topped on at. Seventeen. Bet against but you got it right you get. The point brings you up to two one. Run. In nineteen seventy four Roger Glover of deep purple released the EPA Concept Album rock opera the butterfly ball and the grasshopper's feast featuring a stellar roster of special guests. All of the following vocalists make appearances on the album except. Our list four singers three of them were on that Roger Glover album level was not met even Chris knows the answer. I'm going to challenge him. I don't think he knows this all right Chris you are being bet against in your choices are David Coverdale Ronnie James Dio Glenn Hughes or Robert Plant. Well he's connected to all of them but Robert Plant almost feel like that's a red herring. I'll say, Ronnie James Do. That is incorrect. Shouldn't trust your gut writing James Yields on like three songs on that. WAS NOT. The one you bet against. So Mac gives. An I should've just said Robert Plant. Phrase the scar up. Three two one. Two more questions before the Kiss Rollin this is your next one. Evil and blitz cree were metallica songs that appeared on the nineteen eighty-eight. Electra reissue kill them all and again on nineteen ninety eight's Garage Inc.. On which METALLICA single did these two songs originally appeared as besides? The most they came out on different versions of different things. Originally, they were besides on Metallica Song. Rigor wish what it is Chris. Do you think Matt knows the answer? I WANNA bet against him but I'm GONNA play it safe until we get to the kiss round, I'm GonNa. Say he knows it. Increases gotTA strategy going on I. Guess. All Right Matt, your choices are jumping the buyer seek and destroy creeping debt or for whom the bell tolls..

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"roger glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News radio 700 wlw. Welcome back Roger Glover from Deep purple to 06 today. So you would think That during the pandemic when we were all locked in our homes, metaphorically speaking, of course. That there would have been on a new an unusual amount of canoodling that would go on. While there might have been, you would think that the birth rate would go up? I thought so. In fact, I said two things. We're goingto happen during this. This pandemic locked down and they were not necessarily mutually exclusive. I said one. I think the birth rate is going to go up. And so I think the divorce rate is going to go up for the divorce rate has gone up, but the birth rate has gone down. In fact, listen to this. In a survey of more than 2000 women. Ages, 18 to 49/40 Percent 40%. Say they have changed their plans regarding when and how. Many Children tohave as a direct result of the pandemic. The pandemic has now affected the birth rate. What is going on here? And when Are we going to see more Children on this planet? You know, we had Stacy Murphy on with us couple of weeks ago, and the reaction was just off the charts. She is someone who understands love and intimacy. In fact, Stacy runs the Vixen Academy. And we'll explain again what the Vixen Academy is. But again, I'm trying to get enrolled in the vixen academy, but we'll see if Stacy can help us here. Stacy, How are you on this glorious Saturday? I'm doing fabulous, Ken. Thank you for having me back. Chances of me getting enrolled in the Vixen Academy are slim or none. Well, if you need assistance on extending their lovemaking, then I can work with you. Good good, so it's not necessarily gender exclusive, right? No, it's not under exclusive, but my audience is primarily women. Well, so is so amazingly so his mind, so this is good. Let's talk a little bit about about what's going on here. First of all, do you believe the survey that says over 40% of of women ages, 18 to 49 change their plans regarding toe have Children during the pandemic? You believe it? Yes, Yes, I do. In the reason why that is, there are really for concern as to why a lot of women are choosing Tio hold off from, you know, family planning in having Children. Now it's natural. Specify whether these were first time, Mom, but they never had kids. Or they may be even has Currently have Children, and they're accusing not to have any more. And we all hear about the two concerns with their health right from Covina, which is which is normal to have that apprehension. But the other thing that goes with the health is our health care system, right? Because what happens? Is they for example, someone in their family did. He did have cove it or in the future. We don't know what the long term repercussions are Health repercussions are of that from those that have recovered from it. So there is a continuing in terms of anxiety about health care system and cop and the other thing is financial job security, right? They may have their job today, but they don't know if they're going to have a job next week or next month. And then, of course, the higher unemployment rate right now, so it has a lot of women in anxiety. Well, and the overarching problem is stress because you and I both know you bring a child into a relationship. It changes the dynamic of the relationship. Suddenly you are not the focus of each other's attention. The child is the focus of each other's attention. So you take that and parrot up against these other mitigating circumstances. That probably has much to do with it is anything doesn't owe. It definitely does display. That's a total buzzkill. You know what I mean? And because the three reasons relationships fail, which are incompatibility money? In fact, all of those are under pressure right now. And so, especially when we had the state home orders that were in acted in a lot of the state, we'll people were actually couples were getting tested. Are my really compatible? You know, with this person and there a large Now. Unfortunately, that said, no, we're not compatible. So there is one called him the prophet divorces but also, unfortunately, domestic violence has gone up as well because people are not coping well with distress that they're under. And when all this is going on, No one has no one's in the mood, you know, tohave back or anything, anything like that. Well, I think people are in the mood. They may not be in the mood to You have a kid, But, yeah, I think that's the other thing. And maybe this is part of the curriculum at the Vixen Academy. I don't know, but but about the frequency of sex during Kobe, I thought it would just go right through the roof. You got nothing else to do. Except, you know, Netflix, you know the old Netflix and chill I thought maybe I thought maybe the frequency of sex would go up during the covert pandemic. But I guess there's no real data on that yet. Is there Well, there's there's no data on it yet. I'm sure somebody's compiling it. But you have bottle of these circumstances coming together. They actually suppressed peoples of Propensity to want to get jiggy with it right as well. I would say it and then the other thing, That's the other thing that's going on to concern for women not talked about it much, but it's starting to get some circulation is a lot of women are afraid that if they have kids now with everything that's going on, and there is still the issue of school in child care. They're afraid that they're going to be losing all the games that women have me for over the past 50 years in a woman's right on the woman's defense, they feel that they're going to be losing some of those gains. And so they're choosing to hold off on having Children until things stabilized. But that could have long term repercussions. If we don't get the baby rate way. Don't get, you know we don't get the baby right back up. We're actually gonna have a long term financial repercussions that people don't think about right. Got to get those kids and you got to get him on the street. You've got to get him work. Right, get him working, mowing lawns. So, yeah, they need to be in the work force or the United States will be like Japan where they have Japan has state sponsor dating Teo Get people, you know, shocked up together. So that they can have Children because they're there. Working populist is aging in retiring and they don't have enough. You know, younger people that are coming into the workforce. So 40% if that bubbles up on a national level, that is that is staggering. I mean, that really is staggering, so You know there are some solution, but you know we can look at if the government wants to look at Look at it. This is just my opinion. It's having consulted with anybody. But when it comes to couples and especially women, If we look at the health care as well was child here and solve that issue, especially for essential workers, and that is the least he stepped forward to calming women's security down because for ladies is security one women feel more secure. Then they feel more in the mood in the mood to be in family and with their partner and everything else so that we can actually look at the immediate is part of the recovery..

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"roger glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"roger glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We . had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. . How are you my friend? ? I'm great I'm great. . You remember that luxury. . Well, , we we. . I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. . It was a wonderful afternoon. . That's right. . There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. . That's really true. . We have a great photo of that somewhere. . But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's <hes>. . It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. . It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. . <hes> a very strange <hes>. . Initially the longest time I've ever had. . Is Our full. . Stop. . Jane. . Cooking cleaning. . Gardening. . Well. You've . got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? ? Too Young well, , eleven and nine that's pretty young. . That's a that's a that's younger than mine. . So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. . On, , my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. . She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. . FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep . Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. . But I you know I don't want that to happen. . So we live in hope. . <hes> we recorded this album nausea year and so. . The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. . Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. . He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. . Yeah. . I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, , I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. . Doing a new record. . So at that point, , it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. . Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. . was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? ? No. . No wasn't actually it was. . Quite organic. . We'll wanted to do it. . I think the thing is <hes> since probe. . <hes> we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. . This is the Korea and we we've got three <hes>. . Amazing albums. . showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. . Very happy about that what what is it? ? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? ? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. . And Klay in Toronto. . Eight nine years ago. . <hes>. . We didn't meet him that night, , but the next day we had. . A breakfast meeting with him. . And he said some great things. . He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. . And He said. . Should forget trying to you know, right. , . Songs to get you know. . Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. . Not Keywords because we started writing. . <hes> whatever immagination took us. . and. . I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. . Back in the seventies. . So the the nineties so <hes> so You know. . S Precious that connection. . We get along with them really well, , he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. . Spontaneity. . Encourages. . <hes> freshness of all recording at the same time, , we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. . We don't allow things on you know. .

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interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple

"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. How are you my friend? I'm great I'm great. You remember that luxury. Well, we we. I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. It was a wonderful afternoon. That's right. There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. That's really true. We have a great photo of that somewhere. But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. a very strange Initially the longest time I've ever had. Is Our full. Stop. Jane. Cooking cleaning. Gardening. Well. You've got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? Too Young well, eleven and nine that's pretty young. That's a that's a that's younger than mine. So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. On, my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. But I you know I don't want that to happen. So we live in hope. we recorded this album nausea year and so. The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. Yeah. I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. Doing a new record. So at that point, it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? No. No wasn't actually it was. Quite organic. We'll wanted to do it. I think the thing is since probe. we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. This is the Korea and we we've got three Amazing albums. showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. Very happy about that what what is it? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. And Klay in Toronto. Eight nine years ago. We didn't meet him that night, but the next day we had. A breakfast meeting with him. And he said some great things. He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. And He said. Should forget trying to you know, right. Songs to get you know. Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. Not Keywords because we started writing. whatever immagination took us. and. I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. Back in the seventies. So the the nineties so so You know. S Precious that connection. We get along with them really well, he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. Spontaneity. Encourages. freshness of all recording at the same time, we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. We don't allow things on you know.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"All right so I don't want to talk about this. When too much because again, I think I might have talked about some of this before in other episodes, but deep purple are definitely one of these bands where Ian, Gillan and Roger Glover any pace. To some extent, get you know. We'll disagree with people when they're called a heavy metal band. They WANNA be considered more. They WANNA be considered more upscale than heavy metal there a jam band. They can improvise right. Oh, where improvisers so that they can jam their jazzy ban. All we learned from the jazz greats, and all this stuff right there, a blues ban. They learned from the Blues You know anything but heavy metal were a progressive rock band, and and they are all these things, and they think outside the box, but they made lots and lots and lots of heavy metal along the way, and you know it's the most ridiculous thing is is if they could say that in the face of the heaviest record from all of nineteen seventy heavier than the to black Sabbath albums from nineteen seventy, I would argue in rock, which is just heavy. Right the way through except for child. Child in time, and obviously this song is crazy. Heavy as well you know and as I've told you before. mentioned on this show, and as I've interviewed these guys many times over the years I often kinda. Get around this. Try to get a better answer, but they always said that. Oh, the I! The the blueprint on that album was. If it wasn't exciting, it didn't go on the album they would use. This were exciting. Anything but heavy metal right so so it's crazy incredulous that. They're not even considering themselves a heavy metal band at this time. Does bring up another point though I don't want to go too much it, but of course the term heavy metal didn't really exist this time. It's a complicated story. HOW COMES UP? Maybe we've got an episode on that at some point, but it comes up in dribs and drabs. Little trace elements along the way one critical mention it, but not about heavy metal album another critical mention it. It is about heavy metal album. Then it'll start getting talked about in the press, so it's kind of a ramp up through Steppenwolf. Through nineteen, seventy, seventy, one, seventy, three, seventy, five. There's these landmark. Things along the way, but. At this point you know a term used was underground music acid rock right? There's there's too old terms that aren't even used anymore. Progressive Rock was was kind of like. A new thing past underground rock and then hard rock hard rock was just a little little hazier of thing that could have been used metal so granted you know in one thousand nine hundred seventy we can excuse them for not calling themselves a heavy metal band, but boy were deep, purple, heavy metal band in nineteen seventy all right? Let's take a break. We'll be right back. Okay back again here on history and five songs with Martin Popoff. We are calling this episode fifty four heavy metal, not us. Take listen of this. This is the one I call the best example of this entire concept. This is Queen with modern times, rock and roll..

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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"All right now same thing. You know this pushes a little bit. The settlement covers not terribly terribly blew the first one's a little bit blue and denim and leather is a little bit blue and their bluest album cover where they really not discover their sound, but have their greatest per you know version of their sound, or or it's like a totally different band. Think is power and the glory, and that's blue, too, but Let's you know absolutely absolutely the second album does have a bluish album cover and it absolutely. Absolutely is the album where Saxon discover their sound wheels of steel April third nineteen eighty. Basically, the first album has vestiges of the seventy still vestiges of the the bands that they used to be and I'm forgetting now the prog ban, but anyways there was son of a bitch. WAS ARE SOB? they go. They went by both before that, but anyways that ban merged with a band that biff and Paul. Quinn were in so they were bringing kind of the prog year, elements and You Know Graham and and Steve were bringing more of the The rock and roll. free bad company elements, and then also a interesting thing about Saxon, is they? They were not super haters of punk. They kind of like the energy of Punk, and you know that's the narrative always talked about the new British heavy metal. But you hear it here on this album. Where you know, everything's a little bit heavier. Remind people it's. It's I 'cause. I think it's kind of cool. I did join the Saxon militia eightieth same time I joined the motor head Bangers but so I bought this album as an import and loved it It has so much atmosphere. It's so earthy and lunch box metal. You know it's different than maiden right? It's not so much flight of fancy as as maiden is, it's more like working man bikers and all that stuff, and some some kind of like old, almost like a Oldie moldy rock and roll on it, but. Essentially. This is Saxon Sound, and this is where they get it. The first album only has kind of vestiges of it. you know it's really cool that Saxon probably made the first bonafide new wave of British heavy metal album. That's pretty neat with that album. You could put Gillan in there as well. You could put Samson in there as well and none of those are all that great, but the point is is. Is that soon as thousand nine hundred eighty rolls around here, they are very early in nineteen eighty, so at the beginning of April April third, making bonafide cool, perfect, really cool, classic new wave of British heavy metal album. That is so much there sound I mean basically they have this sound again. Strong arm the law. They clean it up a little bit on denim and leather, but those three records in a row DEFINE SAXONS Golden Erin. Define the sound and this album. defines it probably the most all right there you go. What did you think of that idea? and while I'm just going to reinforce it for a little bit so. You know I left these out because I don't WanNa talk about the same stuff over again on every episode, so I could have put these in as well, but here's some great honorable mentions to absolutely amazing. Honorable Mentions Metallica with ride. The lightning totally discovered their second album, blue album cover, and probably the greatest example of this whole darn thing. Period is rush with fly by night. They cheat a little by bringing in super important guy into the ban Neil peered but they they truly truly discover their sound on their second album, and it's a really really really blue album cover you know another one? That's a second album cover that you could maybe argue is Max Webster. With high class in borrowed shoes but I feel that they've already kind of discovered their sound on the first album. Anyway, so it doesn't quite fit. And then a couple of others that that break from the norm, a little bit that I thought Kinda worked was Nazareth Razzamatazz. Because you know the first one's a little bit old. The second one's is weird. Folksy album exercises bizarre but they totally discover their sound with Razzmatazz. It's the start of their golden period. The Roger Glover period, and then moving into actually you know per production by manny. Charlton to hair the dog but basically that's their golden period with loud and proud in there so yeah. They discover their sound on their third album an with the very blue album cover. UFO's and interesting case. People of argued or you know when. This this idea up here here and there I I already had this in mind, but. I've had other people can reinforce it I guess what I'm getting at. Lights out an obsession to very blue album covers in. That's totally totally you know a considered the the classic period of of Ufo, and then, and then even no place to run is kind of a bluish album. Cover I I like that while willing as a bluish album cover, but I think UFO more or less discover their sound much earlier than lights out I thought deep purple, interesting case they discover their sound on in rock with the with the new mark to lineup. Lineup, blue album, cover and machine head has also blue album cover, but in in between there there's there's fireball of course, and then another funny cases. Scorpions, you could say oh well. They're sound. Was the the Matthews? Jabs when they add sort of an Americanise to their sound like a more accessibility who lease gone gone. Is that Hendrix he kind of thing and Lo and behold. We get Three blue album covers in a row from them. love, Dr, animal, magnetism and blackout. So that's kind of kind of cool. And then I've had other people mentioned Joni Mitchell blue. Moody Blues Days of Future Past their their second album. Actually I forgot to mention this. The the foreigner album actually has a song called Blue Morning Blue Day on it. So there's reinforcing the balloonist. And then you know yes fragile, but I don't believe I mean yes fragile. Yes, discovered their sound I think on their third album, the yes album. SO I? Don't think fragile them discovering their sound. I can't really comment. I mean Moody Blues. Of course they're moving from. That sixties thing into this weird creepy prog thing I was never a big fan. So, so that makes sense the Joni Mitchell I can't really comment. I don't know. The catalog that well, but there you go, so there's a bunch that fit this, but I think. The five I picked completely fitted as well. What do you think? anyways, join us on the facebook page for history and five songs with Martin Popoff. You could also go to Martin POPOFF DOT COM for all your book needs. There's a lot of weird stuff going on there. Things being in stock things going out of stock things. I'm not sure I'm going to be able to get again. Long Story. bluish cult visual history is a little up in the air The Black Sabbath born again. I just got thirty in. And then that's screwing up and I will probably get some more, but they're kind of a little expensive. So, yes, some weird stuff happening I still have the Saxon Book I still have rush anthem Russian. The seventies still got copies of that. and. On Monday I apparently get empire. The clouds iron maiden in the two thousand. Yeah, that's right so I put I, put Judas priest decade of domination back into print, and I put holy smoke I remain in the nineties backboard enough. About that thanks again for visiting US here and see you next done by. Bond, all of our shows notes social links at www dot, penfield.

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"roger glover" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay so this was shocking album that I mostly hated and still don't like very much shaken and stirred so Robert Plant what he likes to do is absolutely blow things up shakeup. To normal things are getting too predictable you know. He wants to completely change in and out of the direction, and this is absolutely one of the top examples. You'll ever see anybody changing direction certainly So. He made a fairly zeppelinesque album, and then he made kind of like a mellower zeppelinesque album that is maybe like a a Robert Plant and John Paul Jones album in in principle a moments, but you know granted. They were both kind of Zeppelin asking a number of ways. This is absolutely not zeppelinesque. But the weird, so this album is full of. Weird odd. Keyboard sounds You know high technology. This is you know what I find really interesting here is that you know jazz? Obviously being a keyboardist in being technology, it's not as much of a leap for him to move into this absolutely new New Wave E. Know since since rock. Art Rock World but Robbie Blunt has been dragged in that direction, and it's bizarre seeing Robbie, blunt taken in a direction of say and Andy Summers of the police or the fix or something like that. Chiming away everything you say about Alex Life's in in the eighties Robbie Blunt is probably I. Don't know if he's dragged kicking and screaming. We never hear from Robbie Blunt. We don't know what he thinks. But? He's certainly in a very weird space here compared to his past, and and the first two albums. As is jazz. He's in a weird place but I wanted to play this to celebrate Richie Hayward. Richie Hayward sadly now no longer with us the little feat drummer, so he's coming from this cool cool world of of being an avocado mafia you know sort of in between the singer? Songwriter Country Rock thing and steely Dan with the band little feat, I love little feat, huge, little feat, Fan, and he's this amazing amazing drummer in little feet so so he's in a very weird place here as well. He's almost coming from the same kind of world as a as a Robbie Blunt to arrive at this at this the fix, Human League soft cell. teardrop explodes Shriek back. Probably one of the better examples of what this sounds like a place. So here he is, and my fond memory associated with this is I actually got to sit down with Richie and the rest of the guys in little feet on the bus when they came to Toronto and played the Phoenix Maybe fifteen years ago, maybe even twenty years ago at this point But he ritchie. Asked him about Robert Plant and he regaled us with a few stories and I, just off the top of my head. I can't remember, but he definitely said that it was a strange band making strange music in. It was just a very weird situation. To be playing that and even be called by Robert Plan. It's quite bizarre. But anything about little feat I know I know you know guys like Roger Glover are are hugely influenced by little feat. He worked with with Delaney Bramlett Delaney Delaney Bonnie Bramlett. Yeah, so so his solo albums have a little bit a bit of that field, so I mean Museau is musicians loved little feet. It's it's not really a surprise, but so there's my fond memory. I mean. I remember pulling up and I think it was Fred Tackett. Is it Fred who's also no longer with us, but anyways taken him to find a Chinese restaurants, so it was just neat talking to Richie about Robert Talking to Ritchie, about jazz. So. There's my fond memory and I gotta tell you that. Show that night again. I'm one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen in my life. A little feat live about fifteen years ago. They had I can't remember her name, but they had that co female lead singer with them. She was amazing so yeah there you go and little by little. I wanted to play you a song that played you. There was my favorite Phil probably on the I loved his fills on this It's the most conventional song on an album full of a lot of strange, sweet and sour music. But here you hear Ritchie, playing like Stewart Copeland I mean this. There's a lot of police like elements to this album. He's recorded like Stewart Copeland. He's playing Stewart Copeland. There's a little bit of You know busy. Hi, hat action I thought that Phil is a little stewart. Copeland I love fills that end with thought with the two symbols in rapid succession at the end of Phil. I've always liked that sort of thing. Kim Mitchell's drummers do that. I think a fair bit so anyways there you go. That was a little by little the most conventional song you're going to hear on that damn album very strange albums still don't like it very much to this day all right. Moving on. Four here in history and five songs with Martin, popoff firing rubber plant. Take a listen to this. This is calling to you..

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"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"roger glover" Discussed on Pantheon

"Okay so this was shocking album that I mostly hated and still don't like very much. Shaken and stirred, so Robert Plant what he likes to do is absolutely blow things up shakeup when things are getting to normal, things are getting too predictable you know. He wants to completely change in and out of the direction, and this is absolutely one of the top examples. You'll ever see anybody changing direction certainly So. He made a fairly zeppelinesque album, and then he made kind of like a mellower zeppelinesque album. That is maybe like a a Robert Plant and John Paul. Jones album in in principle a moments, but you know granted. They were both kind of Zeppelin asking a number of ways. This is absolutely not zeppelinesque. But the weird, so this album is full of. Weird odd. Keyboard sounds You know high technology. This is you know what I find really interesting here is that you know jazz, obviously being a keyboardist in being technology, it's not as much of a leap for him to move into this absolutely new New Wave E. Since since rock. Art Rock World but Robbie Blunt has been dragged in that direction, and it's bizarre, seeing Robbie blunt taken in a direction of say and Andy Summers of the police, or the fix or something like that. Chiming away everything you say about Alex. life's in in the eighties Robbie Blunt is probably. I don't know if he's dragged kicking and screaming. We never hear from Robbie Blunt we don't know what he thinks. But he's certainly in a very weird space here compared to his past, and and the first two albums. As is jazz. He's in a weird place. but I wanted to play this to celebrate. Richie Hayward. Richie Hayward sadly now no longer with us the little feat drummer, so he's coming from this cool cool world of of being an avocado mafia you know sort of in between the singer Songwriter Country Rock thing and steely Dan with the band little feat I love little feat, huge, little feat, Fan, and he's this amazing amazing drummer in little feet so so he's in a very weird place here as well. He's almost coming from the same kind of world as a as a Robbie Blunt to arrive at this at this the fix, Human League soft cell. teardrop explodes Shriek back. Probably one of the better examples of what this sounds like a place. So here he is, and my fond memory associated with this is I actually got to sit down with Richie and the rest of the guys in little feet on the bus when they came to Toronto and played the Phoenix, maybe fifteen years ago, maybe even twenty years ago at this point But he ritchie. Asked him about Robert Plant, and he regaled us with a few stories and I. Just off the top of my head. I can't remember, but he definitely said that it was a strange band making strange music in. It was just a very weird situation. To be playing that and even be called by Robert Plan it's quite bizarre. But anything about little feat I know I. Know You know guys like Roger. Glover are are hugely influenced by little feat. He worked with with Delaney Bramlett Delaney, Delaney, Bonnie. Bramlett. Yeah, so so his solo albums have a little bit a bit of that field so I mean. Museau is musicians loved little feet. It's it's not really a surprise, but so there's my fond memory I mean I remember pulling up and I think it was Fred Tackett. Is it Fred? WHO's also no longer with us, but anyways taken him to find a Chinese restaurants, so it was just neat talking to Richie about Robert Talking to Ritchie about jazz. So. There's my fond memory and I gotta tell you that. Show that night again. I'm one of the greatest concerts I've ever seen in my life. A little feat live about fifteen years ago. They had I can't remember her name, but they had that co female lead singer with them. She was amazing so yeah there you go and little by little I wanted to play you. That what I played you? There was my favorite Phil probably on the album I loved his fills on this It's the most conventional song on an album full of a lot of strange, sweet and sour music. But here you hear Ritchie playing like Stewart Copeland I mean this. There's a lot of police like. to this album, he's recorded like Stewart Copeland. He's playing Stewart Copeland. There's a little bit of you know busy. Hi, hat action I thought that. Phil is a little Stewart Copeland. I love fills that end with thought with the two symbols in rapid succession at the end of Phil I've always liked that sort of thing. Kim Mitchell's drummers do that I think a fair bit so anyways there you go. That was a little by little the most conventional song you're going to hear on that damn album very strange albums still don't like it very much to this day all right. Moving on number four here in history and five songs with Martin popoff firing rubber plant take a listen to this. This is calling to you..

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"roger glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"roger glover" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"And I've I've found Gary at the end of that first week of rehearsals, we had a couple of I think two two and a half weeks of hustle to do before going on the road and our members phoning Gary on the Friday afternoon at the end of the first week. And I said guy, I you sure about cozy. I have my doubts excuse me. And Gary said all know, it'll be all right. It's just you know, just getting through the initial paid. And it'll be fine by next week about by the end of the second week. It was guy was phoning me. And he was actually I think you might be right. So at the last minute we had to get Chris lading then. And. He worked out fine and did the tour, and it was good. But, but yeah, they, you know, there was a difference between Gabby being happy with what was going on, and Gary being, you know, not so satisfied with with how it was going on. And he could be tough on people and could be a tusk mouse too. But if it was all running smoothly and those happy musically because the music was first and foremost, the that was in place, then it was a fun time. And I always had fun with go. I took it seriously. I did my own with. I did you know, I knew how he wanted it to sound. And and have things had to be played. And I just did it, you know. So I always go on good together and a great sense of humor. I mean, he could be he was very witty could be really funny. And he when he and I were always on the same page with humor. So with a bull. I was I was always loft and found always I was just recently with the with the guys deep purple on tour through Mexico. And we were we were in a I was in a vehicle, and I think Roger Glover was in there and Steve Moore was in there. And we were having to talk and Gary's name came up and one of the things that we were all talking about. And I I actually the one time I saw Gary Moore I was working with another artist. And he was opening the show, and I was back stage here in the states in our member of being floored at hearing his warm up and the guys in purple were telling me, I guess they had had some experience with them as well. And they were saying that he he's warm up was absolutely incredible. And I remember seeing that myself like am sure you've seen a lot of that as well. Like he was just he would just stand in front of an app and just let it fly in his warm-up was often. More almost as impressive if not more. So than what he actually do on the stage when he got out there. I think moso because the reason I that I say more so is because it was uninhabitable and spontaneous and he could just plug in. And just just, you know, test these amp sound or the sound of the room or whatever it was. And they just let rip they wasn't really playing anything. That was rehearsed whatever it just came out of him. And and quite often that would more entertaining than than what was sort of worked out and built out. You know, let me ask you this. What when it was just, you know off the cuff spontaneous echo got it could be blinding. I remember hearing down the hall, and I was like what the hell is that my walk by the dorms open. I saw him standing in front of an app and just ripping and I was it was something I will never forget having had a chance to to witness Gary Moore, I wanna talk about specifics on this. Record. And again, I'm talking to Bob days Lee. The ominous called more blues for Gary it's great tribute to the league. Gary Moore done by Bob and a bunch of musicians. I wanna touch on some of the musicians that are part of this with you. But one other thing about Gary Moore on as far as an overview for people that don't know his history of that. Well, as as we mentioned he had had Coliseum had been called skid row before the skid row that broken America actually, the skid row from New Jersey had actually license and make a deal with Gary for the name because he had that name for a ban previous..

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