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"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"What are you listening to? What are you enjoying listening to now? I would listen to too much music. I have nothing to sell my music and my life. I still think music all the time. I'm still playing my horn. Even though I can't play my order anymore, I'm still imagining passages that I would be fingering on my instrumental, although I can't do that anymore. So I'm listening to music, I love music. I get to hear music. I'm from the radio stations that have some music and I love it. But I don't know to listen to music anymore. I don't mean go out in the street. I mean, I don't seek out music anymore. Is it frustrating to hear in a sense? Since you can't, you know, just pick up your horn and play some figures or anything. I wouldn't look very completely frustration, but that's part of it. Because there's a fear what I would be doing, what I can do. So in a sense, I was first not all frustration. Because I love music and listening to somebody that I admire is great. It should great feeling. So she may come a little bit because I would say contribute being that was part of the scene. This is a pleasure and an honor speaking with you. I hope we get to do it again. Okay, man, take it easy. Use well, sir. All right, man. All right, bye, sunny. Thanks to Sonny Rollins for taking us back to some of the earliest, most important moments in American recorded music history. The hero favorite Sonny Rollins songs, check out the playlist at broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our new episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken wreck. Broken record is produced at help from Lee arose, Jason gambel, Ben holiday, Mark Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez, with engineering help from Nick chafee. Our executive producer is Mia Labelle. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries. If you like this show and others from pushkin, consider subscribing to pushkin plus. Push can plus is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad free listening for 4.99 a month. Look for pushkin plus on Apple podcast subscriptions. And if you like the show, please remember to share weight and review us on your podcast app. Our themes expect any beats. I'm Justin richman..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"We used to have a joke about robo riis to call him Robert B where. That's great. Alvin Jones also on drums on that just Sophie. Incredible, incredible trio, man. Man, I had some other guys on that one. Other parts of the record I had a little girl and another guy from Donald Bailey Baltimore. Donald, who is going to be base. I can't figure out who this Donald Bailey bass player. I know there's a drummer. But there's a drummer Donald Bailey, but is there also a but I can't find anything out about a bass player Donald Bailey was no, I know he was very. I know. That's it for me. Yes, and nobody knew much about him. How did you know him? My good friend went to school then there at a large college, I forget what it was. He had to forgive me. You know, it's okay. You're memory. You know, you're short term memory. Goes, you know, your mouth is better than that. Ten minutes from now. But of course, I need it now, but I've had to answer it. But anyway, no. But he was known in area. He feeds a good play, you know, he played good. I'd like him on those things. I always thought maybe with someone that just couldn't say you couldn't say who it was for some contractual reason or something because I was like, yeah, I can't figure out this guy is. I know. Now really, and unfortunately, perhaps not too long after those records came out. But they did a great job of recovering me on that. Absolutely. Did the record sunny side up that you did with Dizzy Gillespie and sunny stick and 59? Oh yeah. How did that come together? Well, that came together to Norman Graham's. Okay. Of course, of course. Do you know? He did jazz at the philharmonic, right? He put on all those shows. Yeah. He did a lot of promotion of different people. And his crowded achievement was added to fall on it. But he was a big fan of my jazz promoter. So he got to be a big fan of mine. And then he resisted, and then he arranged a date. That's our turned out to be sunny and sunny and busy. Yeah. Were you friendly with dizzy at that time? Or did you know him? Well, or at all? Yeah, I was trying to do a disease. You know, if you know that you know, you've got to be friendly with him. He's always going to be something light and amusing that comes part of the conversation. And daisy was just wonderful that was a bad dad always was teaching people stuff. You know, he always young should we be around and he'd come in and you now have this show to get him on the piano and show the piano players some core joint Frank's core stuff like that. He was a great natural teacher. I mean, he wasn't trying to diminish again. I don't mean like that. And we're happy to have this lastly there. Yeah. That was warm. He wanted to teach not to dispatch other guy at all. Not in that sense in the least. Just everybody was listening to what he was doing in playing. That record sunny side up was kind of an anomaly, I feel like in your catalog. You know, at the time it felt maybe much more like a dizzy record than anything else, which I think is probably only natural. I think it is a record. Yeah, I mean, it's kind of like the three of you guys. I mean, you know, it's name sunny side. It was his session. Yeah, yeah, no, no, no, that's fair. That's fair. That's such a cool record. Yes, some people like to lie. Some people musicians really thought that that was one of my best records. Yeah. Well, you know what? You recorded that 57, but it comes out 15 9, and the next year, 1960, Lee Morgan quoted you on a jazz messengers record. He did your little. Just this little phrase that you do. Really? And yeah, and in league quoted you on this song called the opener on a jazz messengers record, just the next year. That's good idea, no layers of great player. Yeah. And they used to come when I was playing with max and confidence Philadelphia. And at club there, we would come by, you know, to hit coffin. I mean, that's another note. Young guy that all of so much. For anywhere, that's what I meant to me outside because progress is mouth based alone. He would show me what he could do just playing his mod space, then there's our phase I say, man, that's good, dear. Lee Morgan, I mean, but he's great, man. He's a great player. You never got to play with him, did you? I don't think so. That's one of the trumpet players that I missed. It would have been great to hear you guys together, man. Yeah, Monday, yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure I would have been inspired, yeah. Yeah, yeah. I'm curious, is there anyone you admire outside of jazz in terms of musically? Oh yeah, I admire all of the great musicians from the centuries. I like Jay as a Bach. I like roms, Davies who have well. I like the facts while we're Jordan. Man, Lewis. My favorite. I like everybody. Yeah, I appreciate all kinds of music. Do you listen to music at all? Still, these days?.
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. The eagles flying high on cocaine and peyote. Juice world, smuggling 70 pounds of pot on private jets. Taylor Swift, dodging drained stalkers with facial recognition technology. Billie Holiday, training a heroin hound to deliver her fix. George Harrison, dodging his own murder. These are just some of the stories covered in season 9 of the award winning music and true crime podcast, disgraceland. Disgraceland is hosted by me, Jake Brennan. And is the world's first and best music and true crime podcast. Named 2021s best music podcast by the webby awards. You can find new episodes, including upcoming stories about George Harris and the temptations and more on Tuesdays wherever you listen to podcasts. Then binge the full disgraceland catalog with over 100 episodes on artists like The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, prince, Cardi B and more, for free, exclusively in the Amazon music app. Rock and roll. We're back with the rest of my conversation with Sonny Rollins. Do you remember where you were when you found out Clifford and Richie Powell passed away in that car accident? Well, the man was in brownie and Richie were in Philadelphia where they lived. Richie lived in willow grove sort of suburb ranging with in Philly, so we had been on the road to very big erodes. So just he had a low time off before we went. I think we have gone back to California, but on the way we were going to play in to Carlos. Anyway, the days we had off max and myself came to New York and George Margo came to New York. The next job was to follow. And we left Chicago traveling by car and what she followed left Philadelphia traveling on the Pennsylvania turn break by call. Max and I got we've had such a problem and we know rating around there. I remember miles was playing at a club right there in the street when 63rd street. So while we were waiting for cliff bridge to arrive in Chicago, we had the bad news. It was a shocker and we were quiet like babies. And there were now as a very different everybody loved brownies. I mean, Richie too, but Bernie was, you know, brownie was the leader. And God was more accolades in the ritual. You know what she was sort of, but she was making his name at the time really, huh? He was making his name at the time. Incredible plan. Really. Did you see bud Powell in the sort of aftermath of that or ever get a chance to talk with bud Powell who was Richie Powell's brother? Do you know how he took that? I don't know how he took that. No. Okay. No, I don't know. Did you feel like that band had more yet to do? I've been so we think you know president I used to practice together all the time and besides the gigs, but we were trying to get closer. You know, as the musicians, playing it, a saxophone and trumpet. So we were trying to get coffee, trying to get tighter with our things we had to play on sambal. And everything and I was new in the band. I was trying to learn the book and all of this stuff that we saw that was just the repertoire of his playing with Clifford that he and I tried to always get closer. So yeah, I think that a lot to do. Yeah. Do you think that had anything to do with you sort of stripping things back and going to that trio format the next year? Just you on sacks and then bass and drums. Was that related musically at all? I don't remember when I did the first three albums. That would have been 50 around that time? Yeah, sick maybe 6 months later, 8 months later, it would have been just the yeah. I don't know if no, I don't believe so, because I had always, I had always enjoyed the small instrumentation. And in fact, when I first met my friend trio and we were playing opposite miles. Miles was starving even low card bad. And that guy's playing trigger at that time, so no, I think, I think the trio had been stemmed from the Clifford bag. Were you surprised how curious people found that idea of you just playing in that small trio, you based drums, like you did on way out west or night at the Vanguard. I hope that it would be received well. I think it was. I think it absolutely was. I mean, it's those seem to have really stood the test of time and an incredible way, but it's funny also just in a way how curious people find that it's like, oh, wow, you know, this piano less trio, you know? It seemed to sort of well, I always liked that. And that's why there's a great panic place. There's no reflection on planner, but I like the idea of just a rhythm section, and a lot of me to sort of be free. In a completely free, just compose things in my arm. In my own mind and create the harmonies and musical situations and just came to me, I had a rhythm behind me at the base had the drums to keep things moving. And I had the freedom to conceive of all of these things. So that's why I find like that had nothing to do with anything else. I got you. There's some wild plane on those records from you. And even some incredible, you know, even from the other cats, you know, like night at the Vanguard, there's a couple of basalts on that record that are great as well, you know? Yeah, I tried to get his guys worried the fray to probably what the heck piano. Yeah. A lot of times, you know, would be reticent to do that, rose, you know, crazy piano fits right in with the with a base, you know, like ham and eggs. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. Wow. Piano jumps here. They fear his play. You know, guys can wake up in the middle of the night and drove you right in turn to the next note. So something which you know were somewhat of a challenge to them. It was Wilbur wear, by the way..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"To get off of drugs. Wow, I didn't know that. I had no idea. Yeah, well, that's part of their life that I'm living here. So actually, you know what? I got off a jokes. I didn't know what they need to know all of that, but it wasn't easy. It's very fascinating. Did you ever get a chance to tell Charlie that you got clean? Okay, well, what happened was this? There was a drug we have placed in directly Kentucky. It was the first place where it was like the Betty Ford clinic before the very four 20. And a lot of people were there. People that were into drugs, movie stars were there. We were treated like patients, not as criminals. Anyway, so I was there for the cure, the cure was I've been four months. I left election ten and 5, 5, 55. That's when I was doing whatever we were to call it. But the unfortunate maybe so maybe not. Part of it was Charlie Parker passed away one month before I got out of metric Kentucky. So I never got the chance to rich I was ready to do garden after 37 straight, Charlie or straight, man. I would convince him that he would know that I was just because I was so ashamed of lying to him earlier and that's record dates you just recall. So I was so anxious for this to happen. I would be able to see him and convince him that I was that I wasn't going to disgrace him anymore. But unfortunately, that was denied me. However, I do believe in things like the afterlife and knowledge. I think Charlie Parker knew wherever he was at, that I was trying to get my message. Yeah. No, definitely. And you know, really, when you think about it too, it's pretty great timing that you got clean in 55 because, I mean, in 56, your career is really insane you're output. I'm thinking about, you know, you do saxophone colossus, ten or madness, you do brilliant corners with thelonious, you do a lot of your work with the max roach and Clifford Brown, quintet, which is really incredible stuff is happening. I wanted to ask you that brilliant corners album with Thelonious Monk. That record really blows my mind when I listen to it. It's like spectacularly complex, especially that title track. Do you remember was that a tough session? It was a little different than the music that monkey play before as I remember the title of the tough music tough music. But everybody liked that record a lot. You know, they've mentioned that when you talk about monster accomplishments, did you enjoy playing on it? I think so. I think it was a hard record to make. You know, it's hard, everybody didn't get it the first first go around. But yeah, sure, it was playing with Mark bang with Mark was a legislation experience, whatever came out of it. And I had that experience and everybody liked that record a great deal. I know Ernie Henry another tenor player, he ended up leaving, I think one of the sessions and then Clark Terry came in to sort of play, did you ever feel like leaving? Oh, no, no, no. Maybe if they kicked me out, but I'm not leaving on my own. You're not quitting. They'd have to show me the door. There was a lot of great people on that record. I was there. Max roach, I believe, and Mark played the Chile. I forget everybody that was on the regular version it was great. You were a little different than some of the major kid then before. So it was quite a quite a landmark. Can you tell me about playing in the max roach Clifford Brown quintet with yourself and George morrow and Richie Powell? It sounds to me like you guys had incredible chemistry. Did it feel that way to you? At the time? And New York, but one that was the man with Clifford and he. It was different. It was right now. I was doing more. I think I played as a sideman or something like some retro macro to New York. But when I played with the band, that band it was really, I don't know. I'm glad I found it like that because I had a great experience playing with Clifford Brown and comfort was such a strange straight up guy with such a straight up player when the best players as we know. When I looked back today and I talked to different guys, all these young guys questioned bran was their favorite trumpet player. So he was quite a guy. But he was also a great person and I learned a lot from Clifford because Clifford was playing all of this music, but he was not a guy that was messing around with drugs. He wasn't that clear. Now, sir, I said to myself, wow, man, listen to all this music. He can play and he's not had nothing to do with his personal life. So you don't have to be a using drugs or drinking a lot. And even Red Dead, to players which means that they see that. And that was inspirational to me. And I really learned that it's a wow, man. That's such a good man. If it gets great, I'd like to do it. You don't need drugs to play. Yeah. So he was a graduate of good friends. I mean, you know, I was really close after he passed away when we were playing in the band and sometimes I channeled Clifford. I felt that man, what should we do right here? I mean, they told him like that by the music. Wow. And then he asked for me. And that went on for a while before they'd been broke up. Max had been Trump replaced. Of course, but that happened for a while and then after a while, I stopped channeling and let him go on his journey. His life journey, but I shall not have him for a long time. After he passed and then, you know, and we had to play the same music, a lot of the same music. We'll be right back with more from Sonny Rollins after a quick break. What if you were a global energy company with operations in Scotland, technologists in India and customers all on different systems. 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"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Lifetime is a difficult word since I believe in our nation. I accept women climate change. So maybe when you say it was a different lifetime, then to many country things surveyed to answer that or precisely. And I see what you mean. I was watching an interview did the other night in 1962 on Ralph gleason's show that I used to have jazz casual. You were the same age during the filming of that that I am now, you're 32. And you were referring to yourself as old in that taping. You refer to yourself as kind of like an old cat now. I'm curious what advice you might give yourself at 32 now. You know, I made so many mistakes in life. I've done some good things in life. You know, I was learning which was a learning experience. I think that was born a fairly positive pricing. You should call me the gesture for now your little boy. So in plain. So I think I had a positive personality. All through my life. You know, that's what we think and that's good, but things happen to us. We get tested in life. And it's a long trip. You know, and I've known so many people that didn't make it all the way. And terrible situations. I thought you were my friend, is a great drummer from Chicago named ache day. That flavor that day when I was in Chicago, I did 1949. He was strung out on drugs and I was sort of strong out of jobs and detained. So that was a different world, but it was one of those rivers I had to cross. So that it's hard to move back. You know, I made a lot of mistakes in life. I did some things in life which I like my music. I was already trying to get better, but as I said, I was advising afraid of trying to do something and playing with superior musicians and all that. No, you definitely. You know, I felt that I should be there. They wanted me to be there. We have to learn. We had to try to be the golden rule of all that just got to try to do it. We don't get it now. We have to try to again. Like the threat in the TV commercial pay me now or pay me later. I'm going to quote, I'm going to start quoting that. You got to get it right. You can't do anything and get away with it. Regard it get it right. You're not getting right now. You're going to get half a day later. Because you so see 70 things are very important to remember that what life is about. Life is to find out the reason for life, what does it mean? And that goes on a non man who knows how many lives we have to live. A billion trillion who knows, I don't know. But I know that you can't get it generally in one lifetime. Some people are really advanced that I've read in life, I say, wow, they're journey they know a lot more than I do. Then some people, I'm ahead of some other people and they're journeys. I'd say, well, I've learned some things this guy hasn't learned. This girl hasn't read. All of these things means something. We're going to take a quick break here, but we'll be back with more from sunny Rollins. 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And is the world's first and best music and true crime podcast. Named 2021s best music podcast by webby awards. You can find new episodes, including upcoming stories about George Harris in the temptations and more on Tuesdays wherever you listen to podcasts. Then binge the full disgraceland catalog with over 100 episodes on artists like The Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, prince, Cardi B and more, for free, exclusively in the Amazon music app. Rock and roll. We're back with more from sunny Rollins. You know, I'm thinking about what you've sowed musically in that certainly is more and more than I think many people, you know, whatever contribute to one lifetime. And I was thinking about the year, particular 1956 for you, that year, you played a date with Miles Davis that included Charlie Parker. Do you remember that date? Oh yeah. Collector's items exactly. You played serpent's tooth. Did you interact with bird much on that session? Well, bird was not the one of my broads. So of course, there was a lot of other things happening on that particular session. And well, I guess I might as well say it. At the time, I was still on drugs. He said, I said, he said, I told him, I think he said, do you know how you doing? I think he might have bet my life together. And I tell him, oh, yeah, yeah, man. I'm doing good, you know? So I lied to him. I wasn't very good. And some guys in the band later on during the session ratted on me. They said, oh man, sunny is funny was I getting high with this last night. So anyway later on this, I shouldn't have to find out that I had lied to him. Notice something in him had the destroyed he was, had despondent, he was to know that head. And that just really I realized, man, bird was so involved that all of the young musicians tried to follow his music and his lifestyle. It was killing him. The drugs and all that. Yeah. Yeah, knowing that all these young guys were using drugs. It was killing you. It was killed during that sort of session. So you know what? I said, okay, that's it. Mercedes to myself, I'm going to get off the drugs and show Charlie Parker that he shouldn't be so down because some people are following his positive effect on their life, not in the negative effect, and that's when I made my decision.
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Hey everyone, today we're continuing our celebration of black music month with one of my all time favorites. Jazz legend, Sonny Rollins. Rollins is dubbed the saxophone colossus. He's an American tenor and composer who is widely regarded as one of the most influential jazz musicians ever. With several awards under his belt, a Grammy Award for lifetime achievement and the national medal of arts to name a few. Some even venture to call him the greatest living improviser. Sadly, now at 91 years old, Rollins no longer plays as a result of pulmonary fibrosis. But he is able to look back at an 8 decade career that took him all the way from the beginnings of bebop to plane with The Rolling Stones, and all over the world. On today's episode, I spoke to Sonny Rollins by phone about one of his first big gigs at 18, way back in 1949, playing alongside other jazz icons like bud Powell and fats Navarro. He also explains why he no longer actively listens to music. And for the first time ever, how Charlie Parker is the reason he kicked drugs. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin Richmond. Here's my phone conversation with the great sunny Rollins. I want to talk about early in your career you're 18 years old in 1949. That was your first professional date. And the first that I can figure was with Babs Gonzales on St. Louis blues is that does that seem true? I know that began recording in the late 40s. I saw I would imagine that might be true. I said verify exactly. Do you remember Babs Gonzales? Pretty well? Oh, sure. Character. You know, yeah, I remember very well. I liked my playing a lot. And I used to make some of these gigs that graduated drivers had pile up the library users in the car and we go down to Philly. I would go up to Boston or president and immediate area. And hey, so I got a chance to play with some of my idols. I got a chance to play reflection of arrow. I want to bring that up the same year when you're still 18, you got to play on some pretty incredible bud Powell records where bouncing with bud, 52nd street theme, dance of the infidels. I mean, just real, real classics and you're playing on there with fats with fats Navarro, the amazing trumpet player. It's insane. Yeah, I know. I mean, I guess I had too many thoughts in my head to even stop and realize what I was doing. Yeah. Oh, but pretty nice. So this is I credit them jealous of doing that. Getting me in the latter is jobs. Faster than I think I'm sure that can't remember some of my best priorities around creating what somebody's jobs, and I was young, young cats, and my having that opportunity to partner with them was tremendous at 18 playing with people like blood pal and fats Navarro, were you nervous at all? Well, I was too stupid to be nervous. That might be a good thing. I always felt that if they wanted me there, she never should be there. I was never really one of these guys. Was your felt intimidated? I just felt reluctant. They want me to be here and then I'm just, you know, I guess I'm supposed to be here. So we're back, so I went on and did what I did. But it was certainly not on the level with JJ Johnson and all of these people that I was playing with when I was teenager. I mean, Roy Haynes, who we thankfully just like you, we still have around these days. He was on those bud Powell sessions as well. The drummer Roy Haynes, do you ever have the urge to call someone like that these days and just sort of confirm that these things actually happened? He was birthdays and overthrow them up and talk about things that we can both remember, so Roy had no way. We know we were much a young kid. We're going to be playing music. And we are moved up in our neighborhood upon the hill, a closet. We all knew them. I remember I was playing. We were last year. You must have loved Lester. I mean, I can imagine Leicester must have been an inspiration for you. God, you know, and we're so good to get to know us to yell and to know that less the young light to me. Because we used to be up in Lester's apartment at the average hotel. And guys would be lesser. Look at the window for some guys coming. Musicians, he would call that in third grade, no, say I'm not home. So here we are, a lot of people came to see him, but he didn't arrive, everybody. And he liked me like me natural is to come by there. And I got a greater friendship with her. It's a great prayer. And then gave me a lot of validation that I was doing something right. Yeah, absolutely. I'm realizing Roy has a birthday coming up in a few days here. So I guess you'll be probably calling him, huh? Oh yeah, I didn't know if cutting up the find out about it. And I will definitely call them definitely yeah. Yeah. Man, Roy will be 2097. You're 91 now. How long ago does an experience like that feel at this point? Does it even feel like it was in the same lifetime? Well, yes, it really is. Now, in a life that's a tough, tough question because lifetime means. Last week could be a different lifetime in a way of speaking. Yeah, sure. Absolutely. It's a different yes, but still it was a lifetime which I was involved in. So it's not that different. But our film is different in so many ways, definitely versus around different..
Brooke Rollins Describes Where the 'Build Back Better' Bill Stands Today
Who Is Rachael Rollins, the New U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts?
"It's the new United States attorney from Massachusetts newly confirmed She was a district attorney before that you know And I'll just cut to the chase There was wasn't that long ago she had cop lights on her vehicle And pulled up against a woman Yelled at the woman Like an unhinged nut job Turned on her siren and her lights Apparently threatened to arrest her The woman was shaking she doesn't know why Rachel Rollins is black the woman is white The white woman it turns out is also a Democrat She's a former Soros act as Rachel Rollins Suffolk county district attorney She's now the United States attorney for Massachusetts Nominated by Joe Biden and confirmed by the Senate After this car incident there was a reporter for local station Boston 25 news reporter In January of this year didn't confront her very polite very gentle speaking actually gentle behaving To ask her about what took place Because the woman who was absolutely shocked and shaken but what just took place Had called the local police department to report but her officer their officer had done and gave them the tag number And they said that's not one of our officers
Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee
"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
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"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"We're back with the rest of rick's conversation with henry rollins. What was the first speaking engagement. You did Nineteen eighty three. The harvey coober neck. A great local taste maker producer in this in this town. He's do these shows where you get twenty people. Everyone gets five minutes and decals ski would read from his little notebook of doom and talk about the apocalypse or whatever i would go with chuck john doe would go up and sing a song. Jeffrey pierce the gun club would read from five minutes of his tour journal. It was like really fun. They have real poets performance artists. Movie stars would talk to which chuck go into the. We lived in the beach. We go to the big. I go the big city. Look at pretty women you know. Be in hollywood with real people and so one night. Harvey came up to me at the loss of club. I think he said we're doing a show next week. Chuck's on the bill. Why don't you get on the bill. Like what am i gonna do. You got a big mouth. You never shot up five minutes like ten bucks. I think it was like all i saw was the money. I was like ten dollars. How many omelettes can i get for ten. That's a lot of Weevils for chiro songs. Like i'm just hungry all the time and so you know sheer chutzpah. I went on stage the next week with of some writing folded in my ass pocket. Read the two things told a story about what had happened the day before at band practice when a neo nazi tried to run over greg with his car has craig was on his way to the little store to get thing of orange juice. Which is tuesday for black flag. The audience their jaws are on the ground. Oh i got my seven minutes or whatever are up and huge applause. And i remember two things distinctly one. I don't need a band in that. I have no stagefright. Give me another half an hour. I got this. I love being alone with a microphone. I could be george carlin. I was raised on all those records. I'm not comparing myself him saying this. I can get by without a band and people coming up to me after going. When's your next show. As leaving on tour they go. No no not the band when you just talk i went. Never i got my ten dollar bill. Harvey came up to me and he said okay..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"I got this waiting like he knew before i did because i have a whole band. Their lease studio got a practice place. You're gonna live in my room and we're gonna write songs. I'll see you. In england ten days and i i had like twenty five hundred bucks to my name agata standby flight and i remember getting out of the plane. I took a bus a coach up to leads with like a backpack and on fear failure tons of tea and an onion bodies. Chris haskett and i wrote like eighteen songs and four days recorded him in five days to take with his rhythm section from his surf. instrumental band. Has it hi. I'm henry about to terrify you the scariest lyrics you've ever heard and they heard them like you're scary that you have no idea and so we made a recall hot animal machine and we made this little record for no money. And it's pretty good and so by april of eighty-seven like less than a year after black-flag broke up. I'm in band practice in trenton. New jersey with andrew. And sim of greg gins old instrumental band gone. Had broken up. Chris from the hotel machine record and we called it the rollins band and almost a year to the day where back and leads at the same studio. We recorded hot machine recording lifetime all these salty road on the road we we wrote tested. We played them every night. And i since eighty one thing to the end of the rollins band. I never really kind of put the mic down. Where's he he's writing songs whereas now on tour who is making a record round and round you go like acdc and everyone else trying to prove it every night and i did that for damn near twenty five years crandall and and playing more than kind of any band i know of besides maybe delay or like the chili peppers. They go at it. They're gladiators lately for three months. Three years you know they're not kidding around and and we toured. That's what black flag taught me play every night and suddenly we're rocket in singapore plane in moscow. You guys into this like yeah. We're playing in budapest hungary. Who would have thought and we just basically said yes to every gig. And that's how i tour to this day. We'll be right back with henry rollins after a quick break. Hey it's wilmer valderrama from essential voices with wilma drama. Podcast los again..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"For forty minutes and come back down having just clocked a good twelve hours of free time because we can't afford would really cost and so we would do everything at night tons of over dubs and finish the record at night and unicorn probably made plenty off us but we made that record on you know by using it at night and who knows if they knew or even cared but we we did that. We made the record very quickly because of all the demoing the years of playing those songs on stage some of the new. It party was super new but the rest of them. We're like you know a couple years old so it wasn't like anyone at a question about him you you've been playing one hundred times by eighty three. Were playing the songs that would wouldn't be released until eighty four in fact my war slip it in all those. We demo those in eighty two. That's how quick greg and chuck were writing them. So we're still doing the damage set what we're playing the rock stuff and so we are playing those songs and lady. The two eighty september eighty two into eighty three. The audiences dislike santa flipping off. It's like nope. What is this and by eighty four. It's all seven minutes sludgy slow songs and the audience was of two minds man. This is never been better. But this is the most intense. Or i hate you guys and i paid five dollars and fifty cents to come here and abuse the singer and it only became more either with us or against us because every album was different by eighty six. This shows. The audiences were pretty angry because they didn't like the new songs and a lot of they hadn't heard and they wanted the old ones and they took it out on us like things that hit the stage. Equipos abused would get abused. The players would get abused. Singer would get abused and so by the end of that. The last tour was kind of a miserable..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Rollins was the difference in the shows between the uk and the us the far less antagonism in england in those days. You know reagan thatcher. It was a bunch of people telling you to go home. And i'm a guy who grew up in the record store so we're opening for the exploited. I have the dudes records. I that was an hour's paid by that single and his road crew would come into our dress. Take our food and you know we don't want to you know they're all these scottish maniacs. They will kill you to take our four bananas in the the cold ham sandwich so we starve and the singer hated us. 'cause we're from america and he'd go on stage like you kill the american anchors. We opened for chelsea. And i had those records to liked him and the singer. Like hey hey california. Hey mr america. Like what have i done to you. And so all these bands were really mean to us. Except the damned in the uk subs but all these bands who i had records of. Were just awful to us. And there's the spitting and when you're opening for a band they kind of don't like you like when you open for the dam. The audience wants to see one band. It's not you and their audience kind of nice with you split audience. They just want to beat you up and we're come. We're not a shrinking violet. Either coming on with our thing which is pretty insane in those days. You don't like us. we don't like you either. Here comes so we came back to america. Basically to a hero's welcome. They already knew us. You know you're an american band. Who or they already have in built in audience and so two nights later. You're up in boston. Doing two sets and on with oedipus after the show a heated van. It's all different. Talk about the making of the first album sure This made in autumn of nineteen eighty-one at a place which is now a trader joe's on santa monica boulevard. A little west of las vegas and it was a unicorn. Recording studios black flag lived in the offices above. We slept on the floor. There's a practice room on that floor. We practice there. He'd go downstairs to their offices. Wood paneling plush carpets a total one thousand nine hundred seventy.
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"I didn't know. And i i get on. The train numb like speechless. Kind of holding this folder. Like it's not even mine. I go to work and ian mckay calls because it's internet so where have you been. We talk every day. He said i said okay. I left town not yesterday day before. I didn't have time to tell you anything. So here's what just happened. And i don't ask advice of people. I just go make a mistake. Can you know limp away. But i asked ian i guess so. What do you think he said. Are you kidding. This is going to be great and so it took me a few days to pack. Give things away including that car. Quit my job and my boss said we'll give you four dollars an hour like an incentive. I said i love my job steve. We're still friends to this day. I said i like my job. He helped me get my first apartment. He gave me. He got me credit. He called the landlords. I got this if he screws up. I got. That's how i got my first apartment. So he means a lot to be trusted me with his money. He iran store his his haagen-dazs. And so i said. I got to go. He's no this. You gotta do this. This is a shot. And you're not going to get this again. So if it's craps out on you have you can have your old job back. I said man. I might be back and a few days later. My old band played with black flag in philadelphia and i sang the encore with black flag. And that was the handling of the baton where chuck with up to the mike is it. And here's the new singer of black flag. I went out onstage in saint louis louis and like one or two others and everyone kind of whatever and the owner of that club. A few years ago sent me the set list. Wow he said. Here's the set list where you transitioned into black flag. And i went back to dc. Because i have to clean up a few things in a couple of days later on a greyhound bus overnight to detroit. I still have the bus ticket. I take a taxi to clutch cargo that the now famous punk rock venue. I beat the band. They're driving from some other city and come in with duffel bag and i walk into the lady behind the bar. She's gonna help you said you know. Born pleasant yes ma'am and i've never. I had never said this declared of sentenced to anyone in my life except this lady behind the bar two in the afternoon. She's can i help you. I said i. I listen and black flag not i thought she was going to go get out of here. She went old. You like a coke on yes please. What was the relationship from the beginning between greg and chuck how. How did that work. Founding members and left side right side brain decals ski heart on sleeve tears up during songs. He's really like just ripped open. Greg is the more hyper analytical. Both smart different. But they're utilizing different parts of the brain and you can see it in the lyrics. Chuck is writing. My war. other stuff was just ripped open emotionally. Greg is coming for the more introspective. Both of them are super effective crate songwriters. But we're one is writing on your rise above greg american waist which is like. Let's burn america to the ground before they kill us. All chuck would but when you have both sides of the brain left side right side on one record you have. This fully realized introspective person. Who's mad and so that's why like those early records really work..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"And greg and chuck looking at the center of the stage at me. But that's keeping us awake. And i gave the mike back. I got into my wounded. Nineteen sixty eight. Vw fastback with the dent in the hood from where the mace cannister bounced off it. When my mom was locked in a traffic jam riot in the sixties. I drive the wounded car to my work shower in the work sink. Pull on a new shirt. And i'm scooping ice cream thinking i was in black flag for ninety seconds. I've been you know. I'm i'm twenty. My life is one humiliation after another minimum wage. Jobs are going to be my my life. This is i got no plan but man that was right i was. I was in the right place and i ban practice. I go back to go back to work and the phone rings. it's someone black. Flag is found. My found the work number. Hey henry we're auditioning singers Does wants to move the rhythm guitar pretty crazy last night. You wanna come up here to new york and audition will pay your trade fair. What do i have to lose. I'm twenty. I'm going nowhere. Three seventy five an hour. I have nothing to lose. I'm not a tough guy. I don't have a lot of guts and courage. But i said this is it. This is a shot is. This is never happening to me again. No way should be happening now. So i'll be there tomorrow. Give me an address. Met them at odessa polish diners. Great lot of food for cheap. That's why they liked it. I ate. there's so many times in black flag since anyway it's just so what are we doing. I've still not closer. We're going to go to a practice place. You're going to sing two sets. I said i don't know any of the words. They hardly have any records out. Is it sucks to be you what was out at that point. Be yellow jealous again. The yellow twelve six pack was the ep. They were touring on. And then there was the The damage sing the damage. One in louisville on posh boy single and nervous breakdown ep. So not much not much not much at all not td party and all the big in your world. What was black flagged tea with that time. We're thing i to me. It was the ultimate band and they asked me like. What's your favorite song of ours. I said damaged the slow in with the wrong chord. The dune and i was like that's the song they went you like that. You let the slow..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Ninety nine cents. Some girls fly like an eagle rock's toys in the attic. You know whatever was what was up and so how old are you at this time. Fifteen fourteen. I buying records steadily by thomas. Fourteen was a school in time of prep school. Boys and i walk by one of the major jocks. He's got one of those one speaker tape decks and he's got this crazy music coming from and i took all the courage could some. Excuse me sir. What are you listening to. And he looked at me. Like i was the dumbest guy on the planet like ted nugent. Like get a clue. I was like duly noted. And i went to the record store after school that day. 'cause i always worked always had little pocket money and i bought free-for-all and then i went backwards and bought the first album. And those are the rick hit new records our out and i put them on my. Oh that's there it is..
"rollin" Discussed on Broken Record
"Intense about the things he loves palm. he's on a mission from guy and he's been that way. Since his days as black flags frontman their music was pure aggression at shows. There was no delineating between the band. The audience was all just one big marshmallow with rollins physically fighting off the crowd and dodging beer bottles hurled that his head real punk rock above above for nearly twenty five years. henry rollins toward the world relentlessly. I the black flag then rollins band and most recently a spoken word.
Not Prosecuting Low-Level Crimes Leads To Less Crime In Boston's Suffolk County
"A first of its kind study of suffolk county criminal cases has found that declining to prosecute some low level offenses can actually lead to less crime. The study analyzed more than sixty seven thousand misdemeanor cases in boston winthrop revere chelsea from two thousand and four to two thousand eighteen and it found that people arrested but not prosecuted on low level. Non violent misdemeanors were fifty eight percent less likely to commit another crime in suffolk county in the following two years. So this was welcome. News to suffolk county district attorney. Rachel rollins who pledged to not prosecute more than a dozen these types of crimes. When she ran for office in two thousand eighteen. She joined us just a little earlier today to talk about how the findings of the study line up with her agenda. You took a risk right off the bat you became. Da and you made this data available to see what it would tell us knowing that you were advocating for non prosecution of some low level crimes. So tell us how you believe. This data supports your approach. First off yes. I think within two weeks of being inaugurated right after january. Second twenty nineteen A great group of of women came to me and said can we sift through all of your data. But you can't instruct us in any way we have to have full autonomy to find what we find in be able to state with transparency. What that is. will you do it. And i signed immediately and said absolutely and so what i think the shows us going back to two thousand and four is that what many progressive prosecutors have been saying is that we should be focusing our attention more on the violent serious crimes in when people come into contact for low level nonviolent crimes when we are compassionate and allow them to go along on with their lives if they have mental health disorders substance use disorder. Something else often. Don't come back into contact with the criminal legal system and we are safer as a result of that
Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Ruling That Overturned Boston Marathon Bomber's Death Sentence
"Radio boston. I'm donna deering and we start today with another major development in the country's largest drug lab scandal suffolk. County district attorney. Rachel rollins says that her office could vacate up to tens of thousands more criminal convictions. That were based on drug evidence tested at the now closed hinton lab. Wbu our senior correspondent. Deborah becker is reporting on the story. Deb joins us now dead. Welcome back to radio boston. Thanks for having me so deb. D. rollins is proposing to vacate any drug convictions based on results. From the hinton lab from may two thousand three to august two thousand twelve why that nine year time window will. That was the time period when two chemists worked at the hinton lab at the same time. Any dukan and sony ferrick you may remember. Both women were convicted on charges of tampering. With the drug evidence they were supposed to be testing fair conviction though stemmed from her work at the state lab in amherst but both women worked at the hinton lab. At one time. Eric worked there before she went to amherst. Rollin says what's needed is a more thorough review of all the drugs certifications that came from the hinton lab wild. Both women were working there. She calls the drug lab scandal. Systemic misconduct and a catastrophic failure of management that she says needs a complete review so all the testing done at that lab during that time should be looked at and we should point out that after both chemists were convicted tens of thousands of criminal drug convict. Convictions were dismissed because of their misconduct. We're talking about more. Give us a sense of scale here. Deb how many people might this effect will will. There's no precise number but rollins office says is that the hinton lab certified almost eighty three thousand drug samples for evidence during that time and that was in suffolk county and the massachusetts supreme judicial court which has reviewed various challenges and calls for a way to deal with all of the cases in both labs has vacated thousands of convictions based on the testing and hidden lab alone about eight thousand from hinton so the remaining seventy four thousand drug certifications that rollins talking about from suffolk county. She says her office is going to review all of those and they could be part of what she says is a global resolution to deal with these cases once and for all and thousands more convictions could be erased. But there's no exact number because one drug certification could have several drug certifications could have been done for one case so. The exact number is unclear. Got it got it. But it's it's a lot to review. So how does it work are they. Are they essentially starting deb with the assumption that all the convictions must be vacated and then working backward from there as they review the cases. How are they gonna do this well. She says she's going to convene robin says. She's going to convene a summit next month with the defense bar to start this review look at every affected case all the drugs certifications and determine next steps and she says any relief in what she's calling her hinton lab initiative is only for controlled substances convictions. And if someone was charged with something else along with drug use or possession or whatever the drug charges may have been those charges withstand this would only be drug charges in a particular case and then after that they would look at expunging records. If need be it would be a very lengthy complicated process. So our defense attorneys reacting to this well The aclu the american civil liberties union of massachusetts which was the agency really primarily involved in fighting with the s sjc to try to get some sort of resolution for many of these cases that were based on evidence tested at the hinton lab and at the amherst lab. It says it is. It's pleased that rollins has done. This here is matt siegel whose legal counsel for the aclu of massachusetts certainly would our preference and the preference of the public defenders are law firm partners for all of these cases have been dismissed when we first started calling for that step in twenty twelve. There's a saying about the arch of justice and At this point were very glad that seems to be bending in the right direction. I think as referring there to the you know the arc of the moral universals long but it bends toward justice but regardless also the State criminal defender agency. The committee for public counsel services released a statement after They heard about rachel rollins initiative the hidden lab and it also said that. It's pleased that this is happening. And it hopes that other district attorneys will do the same. So will they deb. Do you think we'll other. Da's follow suit. And i guess. I'm wondering if somehow this forces their hands if they have to. Now i don't think anyone necessarily
Boston's Top Prosecutor Vows to Erase Drug Convictions Linked to Lab Scandal
"A. Rachel Rollins has announced a new plan to drop charges in thousands of drug cases, all connected to the notorious state run Hinton lab. The Hinton lab is the largest drug lab scandal in the country. Two chemists were convicted of tampering with evidence and the lab itself had issues with mismanagement and subpar standards. 10,000 charges have already been dismissed. Know. Rollins is unveiling the hint and lab initiative, which she says will work with attorneys to examine convictions extending from work down at the lab. Rollin says almost 75,000 cases are in question, and that is just Suffolk County.
Rollins Promises To Vacate More Convictions Because Of Massachusetts Drug Lab Scandal
"In ICU, Suffolk County, D a. Rachel Rollins announcing a plan to drop charges in thousands of cases connected to the victorious state run Hinton Laboratory. The Hinton lab is the largest drug lab scandal in the country. Two chemists were convicted of tampering with evidence and the lab itself had issues with mismanagement and subpar standards. 10,000 charges have already been dismissed. Know Rollins is unveiling the Hinton Lab initiative, which she says will work with attorneys to examine convictions extending from work down at the lab. Rollin says almost 75,000 cases are in question, and that is just Suffolk County. Erin Regal
2 Boston construction workers found dead in hole
"Construction workers. You're dead an accident at a site in Boston's financial district this morning, authorities say a truck hit the workers. They were later found dead in a hole at that construction site. Boston Mayor Marty Walz says he's heartbroken and says the city will work tirelessly to understand how this happened. WBC TV's Lisa Grecian tells us A Suffolk District attorney Rachel Rollins, also responded to that scene. Rollins promising This investigation will spare no effort right now. We don't know if this is a crime. We know that it's a tragedy and my office is here, making sure these families know that we take this very seriously. We are going to be in constant contact with our federal and local and state partners to get to the bottom of this for these
"rollin" Discussed on Liminal Podcast
"The last part is accurate. But what the idea of you know. I was so so into it so going you know i took it so seriously the it it was the its downfall in a way which basically makes me. No you went through. Experience is called philosophy. The death of god and the irony. Is that probably the moment that you left. Christianity was probably the most christian event the year have that was. That was kind of the moment where you identified with christ on the cross might go. Oh my god why forsaken me so that the strange dialectical moment of the moment when you left with the moment when you were there a friend of mine actually. He's very very great guy by militant guy in a sense of very committed. He wrote this parable when he left. Cristiano gordon might have heard this parable. But he basically was driving in belfast. How this almost like a waking dream and it's worry went up to have him after he died He's he's out the pearly gates anson. Peter reuben's the gates and welcomes all fill there. You are unfilled like justified stab the threshold into have him and he looks behind him and he sees people are outside. he can't get in a says. some of them are my friends. I knew them. Some of them are religions yet theus humanist buddhist whatever some of them says i gold knows what right and he says to send peter. What about these guys vincent. Peter says i'm sorry man you know it's only the right ones you know and phil down there. And he says he had this moment where he says what's my reference point and he said my reference point is christ the friend of the ice cider. The the the drunks the nobody's the nothing's the one who who was the nobody the nothing. And he says peter king what. I'll just stay here with them. And the parable lands with phil saying am i swear. I can see a smile on some peter's face and he said up last two. That was this moment where the very moment when you reject is the very moment that you enter in fascinating. Can i tell you one final powerball. I like this one on this one. This one's got the trip of everything that we've talked about. If you if you understand this story you understand everything. I've got to louisville one guy. He's a dawn on his loss. Job he doesn't have very much money. Left is a very pious ma very pious months. He's praying i am i gonna do. I wanna lose the highest terrible. And he hears a voice from heaven clear as day. Like abraham right says she s. I want you to sail the little. You have and i want you to go to vegas. Just so we he pies money obeys god sales as few possessions gets a few ground together. Goes off to vegas guest of vegas and god says go into the first casino. Sit dine play. How the texas holdem go can. I don't really know how to play very much with best grills but he does in sits at a table. There's a full table tan people. I'm he gets dealt seven to off. Terrible home goes rhine. People are battling and he's going to. He's going to fool than he hears a voice from heaven. God's as don't fall bat so he bets flop comes queen. Jack like nothing useful to is gonna fooled. People are batting. God says bats put it all in so sheamus pushes all his money in on. It goes rhine and then on the turn in the river. He gets to saban's so he's got a sad. He wins his own. My i don't. I don't believe that he hears his voice hand. From god's right take your winnings go to the relatable are very good at the blackjack table so she comes to the blackjack and he says right put it all on wong honda blackjack and gm stores and he gets dealt like sixteen all right. What am i going to do a better stick years voice from god saying. Don't stick ask for another card so we asked for a car to yet teen my goodness he attained right. I'm gonna stick. God says no. Take another car. What another cardamom. The obtain is another car. Takes another card and assists three and he's hits twenty one wins and then finally then years another voice voice. God's says right tig all molly good table. Could everything number five and like this is really tasked 'cause it's called faira amount of money and is it all on five dollars a pious man. It's all money on five bull rules being Binds and hits the five he wins and turns the heavens the heavens he says i can't believe it. I just don't believe it was incredible. And he hears god say he says i don't believe it either. You're the luckiest bastard. I've ever seen my dad. The thing about that story is that that copters the heart of power theologies. His that we think that you know everything's contingent on in this world. But god's got it all under control but what if the central insight of the crucifixion is. That contingency is built into goal wail on the actually. The answer to existence is to realize that contradiction on conflict. Unlock also moving into the absolute and when we encounter that which is the crucifixion experience gordon. We're talking about the moment where he experienced. This loss is exactly when you encounter the reality of the obsolete who also experienced that loss because the point of crucifixion is gold experiences. The loss of god. So that very moment you are an expression of the truth everytime you tell a parable pair. I felt like maybe it's your accent or maybe it's just the way that you tell the stories but it always just makes me think it gives me a new way of thinking about the power of parables isn't it that it disrupts your way of thinking. And you think that the story's going one way and then it slips it on its head. I mean parables i i love as you. I love hearables. Because they've got a joke like structure and some of them. of course they can be funny because a joke. Basically works on a creative misinterpretation going one or another on but also than in an awful way and so parables have this great ability to to subvert to kind of go against your expectation but yet reveal something deeply tree in not in knock dialectical move. So yeah so that story that i told you. It's a new. I mean it's an old story. I've heard it. As a joke said madman i was a kid maybe but only recently that i realize that there is something actually very insightful by dot structure. That's what she's means when he talks about Type of a type of Super positioning within reality itself on. Hegel the philosopher. Hegel the reason why he loves christianity so much. He thought christianity. Express this dialectic in in pictorial form. So it was for him just before philosophy. Philosophy was the highest for him and then and then christianity was was kind of blew up but it was because he said oh this notion of god experiencing the death of god of the eternal in the temporal coming together of these contradictions. Being mold together in a body dot dot expression is an insight into the nature of reality and it was actually freud who then developed up because the symptom is the incarnation of a contradiction. As a safe. You're if you're if you're grinding your taste. It might be because you wanna scheider somebody and you wanna keep quiet because you do want to break up with him on. The symptom is the the incarnation of the contradiction. And yes. so you know these. These are all kind of interconnect out of it. It's like a little mental exercise that you challenge. Today i went off when i listened to. Why would call an expert in anything. They always do that. They'll give you the information on because you're not really looking at this very often. You don't actually pushback. You know really engage in public even though you can be nodding your head along. Yup i agree with that is a really good until will push push your brain. So shortly were How do i think about this. Why do i think this is going. What do i think the meaning of this before. I even revealed is I think that's the power of a parable. I've never really experienced that before. Which is interesting. Almost twenty five. And i feel like i probably should have. It's a dying. It's it's terrible dying art. I mean i don't know why there's not more parable speakers accelerate care who was a grip. Parable tell her about. It's a it is great. Form of of of of sandra nelson and getting to think there's not enough good parables in have to say so you and you hit the nail on the head whenever care gore. Tokes truth being subjective. What he kind of means is the truth is not something you can be taught metaphysical not something you're taught it's it's.
"rollin" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"You definitely they go to say the public records distribution music as fully is suspending. It was that mean until he's basically back so he's going to go on an anti-racist 'cause he's probably gonna get told by that What's her name the angelo woman. Right i read the entries book bobby lows or you might go to starbucks training. It's unclear what indefinitely suspended contract means the big picture but it sounds like they're stopping short of dropping mogo from the roster just putting a music of his paws is true because he's big money man. It's morgan waylon ghyka some really really big streaming numbers a turkey spotify and these jokes. They definitely don't want to take him off completely because that's going to hurt their pockets. Cmt country music television is also put in the plug on him saying. They're removing any personal of morgan and platform as it come on guys my really come on man come on. I don't know let the market decide in it. That's my thinking this kind of a spokesperson for sirius. Xm toss tmz. Richard has pulled its content from sirius as well. Jesus christ it's spokesman m. communication tells. Tmz yankee mogul music from. He's been the lead please. This is again. This is why i say detainment in hollywood industry can so cut throat and so You know it just can be awful right to work in it because when you're up you up when he's a everyone's to be dame deeming him forgiveness sports. They want to go to the party right. Everyone's around him. I'm sure now during his darkest moments only friends that he kind of it on around him anymore. They probably left knowns alternate or plan to text messages. So this is when if you're really hispanic should be governor around the do disappointed with much as you can because it's going to be a very very long and lonely way for him to come back to was prior. I do believe in redemption. I do think you should we give it a second chance. I think the idea. That record labels can decide who shouldn't be having a korean who should consider the amount of other country music is. I've come prion to mogul minden. Who have said and done much worse in the industry on record outside the industry and what and what punishment extent is laughable. But hey it is what it is and again if friend support the dude rally around him but overall the in the guy from the music industry completely is gonna solve the problem if tomorrow transpired knuckle would does happen if you hear. A story of him unfortunately Self deleting how bad where everyone else feel that. They've kind of driven him to this extent because they decided to pull away. He's one thing that was holding him together. Jewish doc times. Lebanon comments below. Maybe are being too forgiving. Let me know what you think about morgan. Waylon gain council for her yen word at somebody who isn't black juror after after by. He's an absolute psychopathy. Absolute psychopath nixon. This.
10 Trivia Questions on Big Mouth
"It is now time to dive into ten thirty questions on the hit animated sitcom big mouth. Here we go big mouth trivia. Here comes question number one. What actor is missy most obsessed with on the shell number one on big mouth. What actor is missy most obsessed with number one question number two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets is what is he referring to number three. When j is talking about the queen's nargis what is he referring to number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four question number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it and number six. What do nick jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six. What do nick and jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression blank. Fill in that blank and the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. What number seven and question number. Eight who becomes knicks hormone monster at the start of season three number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season three question for season four. What does t h stand for number nine on season four. What does t h stand for as a nickname for characters number nine and number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth. Those are all your questions. were big mouth trivia. We're going to jump into those ten answers when we come back. After this weird noise we are back with the answers to big mouth trivial. One of my favorite shows on netflix. Number one what actors missy most obsessed with that is nathan fillion mri on this show as well as my mom. Kieran buds of joliet illinois. She loves nathan fillion. she loves castle. She really likes to show castle number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks addict. That is duke ellington duke ellington number two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets he is referring to lola's toes to very gross and it's on season four j. the queen's nuggets lola's toes number four. Who did the voice. The main camp counselor and season four. That was john. Oliver john oliver late night host and comedian number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it. it's called florida. One of my favorite episodes of the entire series. A lot of crazy stuff happens. Watch that episode. Florida number six. What do nick and jesse get high on the episode drug buddies it is. We'd gumy's get into jesse's dad's we'd gummy collection. And they go nuts number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. Kitty the depression. Kitty sort of an eight cat. That keeps you depressed number. Seven number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season. Three that is connie. Connie becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of that season number nine on season four. What does t h stand for. That is thick hogs men thick hogs men a weird nickname from seth. Rollins voiced character at camp and number ten. What is andrew's sister. Power on the episode super mouth. He has the power of invisibility invisibility. And there you have it. Your big mouth. quiz has been completed. I thought i had done on the show before and realize that i had not so there. You go big mouth trivia.
Family 'grateful' for off-duty Boston officer who stopped dog from mauling child
"A dog attack of Dorchester seriously injures an 11 year old boy. It happened just after noon. Todd on off duty. Boston police officer responded. After hearing screams and seeing the attack. Police Commissioner William Crosses the officer shot the dogs able to save the child, and then Summons health and hospitals or emergency medical services to the scene to render assistance to the child. At this point, the two dogs are detained. The child is at the hospital process. There was a second dog being restrained in nearby. The officer was taken to the hospital for observation, Suffolk, Rachel Rollin says if it wasn't for the off duty officer This
Interview with Thriller Writer Avanti Centrae: S. 6, Ep. 13 - burst 02
"Tell us about the van ops series you've been compared to authors like hand brown and clive tessler so action packed. Might be a good word for it. Yeah action packed. Yes a lot of readers have said. They're literally glued to the edge of their seats. I've had people tell me. They are holding their breath and and that's fantastic. Yeah the other two authors that. I'm often compared to our james rollins and steve berry. So it's small smart pulp fiction. It's filled with intrigue in history and science and mystery kind of all wrapped up in a nonstop action package. Yeah i was gonna say I started writing down what your book was like the first one that i said like a travel guide with an adventure story plus mysticism mystery artifact hunting and spycraft. Pretty much encapsulates it. Yeah there's always overachiever. Yeah i've always been an overachiever. And yeah i. I like to Provide readers with their money's worth as i'm a reader to and i like books that are richly textured with characters that jump off the page. You know and And i've always enjoyed History and and traveling and cruising to places around the world and wanted to include all of that in my books. Well you've done very well with that. I mean you've done a great job. Because the same way i was kind of on the edges might see reading your there. And you're protagonist is medi. Who is nike no expert. I thought that was really cool. What inspired you create this particular character. Yeah that's an insightful question. Debbie and i also liked erica johnson. In in your. Yeah i read. I just read damaged goods and really enjoyed her to matty They they both meditate. Actually it was kind of interested to see that Your character is dealing with some deep emotional stuff and uses meditation as a way to to deal with that and matty's got a little bit more of a pedestrian background than erica does so matty has been an app designer for her job She was an almost olympic athlete. So she's got some physical skills and since high school. She's enjoyed akito. And the reason that i chose akito is because i see a lot of books in our genre where the protagonist is almost callous. Oh and bang ahead to shoot somebody again. Oh well well. I wanted somebody. That will is more morally conflicted about having to use violence. And i thought what's a better conflict because great stories all about great conflict right so what's better than having somebody who is morally opposed to violence being shot at by russian snipers i thought that would be a wonderful setup and and it turned out really good. The theme of that whole first book is is around. You know violence enforce and what's appropriate to us and what's in our culture so i also like having you know bigger themes in my work to yeah fun to explore.
DA: Wrongfully-convicted man who spent 30 years in prison for Boston murder is now free
"Man who has spent nearly 30 years in prison for killing a killing that he says he did not commit. Is now free. Prosecutors say Robert Fox Worth was ordered released by a state Supreme Judicial Court justice pending a lower court's decision on whether he'll be granted a new trial. Meanwhile, Suffolk County D a. Rachel Rollins argued that significant constitutional violations occurred in securing Fox worse conviction in the shooting death of Kenneth MacLean. In Boston. Back in 1991. She said that her office would move to drop the case. If Fox Worth is granted a new trial.
Suffolk DA slams Boston judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic
"A a justice justice on on the the state's state's highest highest court. court. Stop a local judge from making defendants come to court in person WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville has the story. To say Rollins is frustrated is an understatement Ground on date, because if it is, I'm not happy. It's the second time in two weeks, Rollins has had to ask a judge in the SJC to stop Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville. From violating the court's own covert 19 policy of allowing defendants to appear in court virtually which is permitted and actually required in certain circumstances, And then when they don't he is issuing warrants, which is potentially taking away their liberty And Rollin says it's costing taxpayers money. You know if we were able to get costs Out of this. I would be asking for that because it's a complete waste of my time. My staff time I requested comment from the judge with PMCs media relations, but have not heard back. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ, Boston's news radio president, Trump addressing the G 20 summit today
Boston - Suffolk DA Rollins Vacates Another 100 Drug Lab Convictions ‘Forever Tainted’ By Annie Dookhan
"Suffolk D. A. Rachel Rollins files a motion to vacate 108 more drug convictions linked to disgrace drug lab chemist Annie to con Yukon formerly worked at the State Department of Public Health Drug of Abuse Lab and pleaded guilty to falsifying evidence impacting more than 30,000 cases. Rawlins, making the motion to vacate the convictions, which were not overturned by the Supreme Judicial courts, ruling in 2017, she says these cases there forever tainted by Dickens conduct even if the drug convictions were obtained without her direct involvement.
Victoria Montgomery Brown - co-founder of Big Think
"Hey, they're Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew and I'm the founder of mixergy where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and joining me is someone whose company I've watched for years. It's called Big think and I remember when I realized how incredible their original videos were one of my guests. Jason freed found her base camp deduction with them and it wasn't just proud to show his video. And again, this is a site that was Victoria who are some of the big guests that you had on in the early days who were were speaking on camera unbelievable in the very early days. We had Elon Musk Richard Branson Larry Summers who was a former treasury secretary dozens of others. Really Moby's interesting laying off one of her first guess Henry Rollins. Henry Rollins, yes your name and people that I've even forgotten have been talking about musicians business people people who lead countries they were on the platform and such a strong read. Jason freed was proud to be associated with them. But he was also proud of the look of the video. One of the things that Victoria did was she created this beautiful white background beautiful white everything everything was almost disappearing except for the big thinker who was on camera isolated with nothing but their their thoughts and so Jason was so proud of how he looked to who he was with he shared it. He also was proud of the process that they took to record. It was just this incredible process and I realized something what they brought to online video wage. The time was full of Just Junk. It was people who were posting these 30 second clips of a boy whose finger was bitten by his brother was cute and viral, but it was meaningless. She was bring gravitas. She was bringing Big Ideas. She was bringing big personalities who would who would want to be in books not on on online video and she was turning it into a business and over the years. I kept an eye on the business and there are a couple of things that have been wondering about how they grew as a Content business how they raise money and so on and so when I heard that Victoria Montgomery brown, one of the co-founders of big think wrote a book I read it and I thought I was going to read all the ins and outs of the business Victoria what you did with your book digital goddess, the unfiltered lessons of a female entrepreneur was dead. You talked about everything that I can't get entrepreneurs too easily talk about on mixergy nervous breakdowns relationship problems eggs who talks about that dude who showed up in a bathrobe anyway, so I really like the book. I read cover-to-cover.
Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct
"A new public record, making it easier to identify noncredible cops in the Boston area. We find out more from W busies match here. 136 names appear on the list of Suffolk County cops with credibility issues. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released the spreadsheet last night at nine PM as a large protest took place downtown, calling for police reform. Along with each officer's name. The list includes their agency alleged misconduct and any repercussions they faced. The recent state police overtime scandal is the most common offence. But other more serious allegations include assault with a deadly weapon and rape. Prosecutors are required by law to notify the defense of these matters if an officer is to be a witness in a court case, the Boston Globe and pressure DEA Rollins into making this list public after she initially refused. Middlesex in Norfolk counties have already published their lists. Others are working on it.
Three best friends who went fishing in Florida were found murdered, sheriff says
"Manhunt in Florida after a triple murder, three close friends, beaten and shot dead while on a fishing trip. The sheriff called Get a massacre authorities revealing grisly details, saying one of the victims managed to call his father for help. After being shot around 10 PM Friday, 23 year old Damien Tillman arrived to the remote area to go fishing with his friends. Officials saying as he was being murdered, 30 year old Kevin Springfield and 27 year old Brandon Rollin showed up and were shot Rollins making that phone call. Investigators are not revealing what the victim told his father on the phone before he died.
Billy Joel Proves He's Still the Piano Man While Playing Discarded Piano on Long Island Sidewalk
"I found out during the last segment when I was playing the mystery audio of Who's playing the piano on the side of the road, it turns out is Billy Joel. Who stopped last month when he saw piano discarded on a sidewalk. On Long Island in Huntington. And it was captured on video, the piano man himself playing a piano, playing an old ragtime songs Great and then enquiring about the piano that somebody had just left on the sidewalk. Well, so said, Hey, I had a Billy Joel encounter one time and Sue proceeded to tell me the story. Like so, we We gotta tell the the audience then we got to share this other show. So So had an encounter with Billy Joel. So you think it was? What, 1981? Yes, anywhere between 80 81. Why? What happened? What was your encounter with Billy Joel? I was I was doing an overnight soft rock show at my college station W. P. R K in Winter Park, the park or the park PR PR Kate was its Winter park. It would be PRK for one for W for winter and then PRK for Park went right as opposed to wk RP. What school was that? That's what was that? Rollins? Yeah, that was Rollins. Rollins down in the basement of the library right there. Just What kind of rate it wasn't on the air. I was, like one of those little carrier current things. No, no, it was it was. It was a very small but it was it was over the air. On dit was endowed by some really, really rich guy like in the twenties who insisted that from 6 86 p Nothing but classical music got played. So wait is so we were stuck with that. And then from six p 26 Say we did whatever we wanted. Whatever you want it, right. So you were you were a deejay back then. I was a deejay. I was the news director. I was, Yeah. Oh, like I could just imagine it now. Hi, everybody. It's so drink case and I'm playing some music for you. Oh, yeah, Pretty much. I m not a deejay. Now. The reason why I got the job because I was a double foreign language Major. I could pronounce all the classical crap during the day. Double foreign language. The German one of them with German Spanish. Okay, Go ahead. I So what's the story with Billy drinks? So it's like two in the morning and the phone rings in the studio. And I answer it and he's like, Hi. This is Billy Joel. I wanted to know if you have time for a couple of questions, and I'm like, Yeah, right, and he's like, no seriously, he said. I want to do a show on my next tour. In Orlando, and I'm calling some radio stations to see what the best venue is. And I said, Yeah, right. Okay. I just I must have said that 10 times. So eventually I said, Listen, man, I says nice talking to you. But if you're really Billy Joel sing piano man to me and I'll decide if it's really you. So? So he sings the first verse. You know, it's not a clock on a Saturday and he stopped after a few bars, and I'm like, okay, everybody knows that much. Keep going. I said, at least get to the la la lah di dah. Okay, So so s so he thinks the next verse and does, though the Lala did it, and I'm like, and then he did the things I know the whole course and everything I said okay. So who's the friend of yours at the bar? And and then he goes. And now John is at the bar is a friend of mine, and he finished exams back back in those days. I mean, he'd already had a bunch of hits. I mean, what piano may came out like, 1970 I think As I was doing his own research. What, then use the play? He's making his own Cole, his wife, Whichever wife that was at the time was his manager, and he and she did all this, You know, groundwork