35 Burst results for "Rolling Stones"

Rolling Stones open American tour, pay tribute to drummer

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Rolling Stones open American tour, pay tribute to drummer

"The rolling stones are touring again this time without the man who kept the beat for them for decades most definitely mixed emotions as the rolling stones took the stage in St Louis last night the usual excitement of launching the tour this the first concert stop in the band's pandemic delayed no filter series in the U. S. tempered because it was the first time they performed after the death of drummer Charlie watts who died last month at age eighty the show opened with an empty stage the only sound a drumbeat as images of what's flashed on the video screen after the first two songs Mick Jagger Keith Richards and Ronnie what step toward the audience Jagger and Richards holding hands as they thank fans for the love and support they've gotten since watch died the show resume with tumbling dice a song dedicated to what's almost quills Gabriel

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Dan and Sean Davis of the Federalist Discuss the 'Narrative Game' of the Liberal Media

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Dan and Sean Davis of the Federalist Discuss the 'Narrative Game' of the Liberal Media

"When you and I want to make an argument about taxes for example like the whole tax the rich thing At least we know the data And we can articulate a strong economic case why you know we like or don't like a policy The left can ever do that You see these new tax the rich calls from AOC and the buffoons out there And they did you ask people how much do the rich pay the top 1% And they never know You see this with voter ID two Ted Cruz called out Richard blumenthal up on the hill yesterday in the Senate about voter ID being racist asking him why the minority turnout in his state that doesn't have voter ID Wasn't as good as it was in Georgia where there is voter ID They just never know anything It's all euphemisms word games lies and manipulation And we don't do that You're right yeah They're entire game is the narrative It's something that we should have been included on back during the Rolling Stone UVA rape hoax thing from Sabrina Ruben early who just kind of manufactured with the help of an activist there the story out of whole cloth that never actually happened in your recall she referred to herself the reporter Rolling Stone is a narrative journalist That her purpose was to further particular narratives And any more the narrative is the whole game and that's why CNN and MSNBC and Washington Post New York Times and big tech why they are all so focused on making sure that nothing that can crack the wall of their narrative that can crack the dam and have actually facts coming through Can ever see the light of day because they don't care about the fact they care about power and their ability to maintain power is based on their ability to force a narrative into our eyes and ears and prevent any other competing narratives from ever coming

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:07 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Tonight in honor of the passing of charlie watts. We decided that we were gonna talk about exile on main street. One of the rolling stones best albums absolutely absolutely. I think it's the most decorated album. They have it's total drug. Binge recording in a basement made record came out funky. But i think that's. I think it's a funky album because those guys were definitely feeling funky and just the element that they were in like all the drug other drugs and all the drug dealers and like others like settle the celebrities coming in. It just sounds like a really crazy ride. The whole time they were there of people don't know is the house that they recorded in was keith richards mansion. Yeah yes staying at like the if you heard our intro. This stones were exiled from england for not paying their taxes yemen. So we talked about the stones at taunt. I mean all three of us loved them. We talked about them extensively in the rolling stones. The beatles album that was twenty episodes ago. Would i don't believe i said that. Canley our we're episode twenty five man. We've been doing this for almost a year now. I didn't have time down. It's so much fun and this is an album. Like i didn't know the whole story behind it so and one of the best things about doing this show man is like all the cool shit that learning about music you know. I'm getting to indulge. Something that i really enjoy and man the story of. That's just the show. Yeah i knew from years that. This album was so like down and dirty. I always said after listening to this album. You need a shower. Sure it's so funky was saying. Yeah you know it gives off the smell and what we do album episodes man. We have a long list. Yeah we wrap up an episode and we kinda kick around ideas and everything and this has been something ryan you've had been on the list for awhile. It's one of my favorite albums. Yeah time. And when charlie watts passed away a couple of weeks ago where do we got. We got it. Yeah you said about the album. Nian needing needing shower after listened listening to it man. The guardian. the newspaper in england said it's an that sounds like it's made by a bunch of drunks and junkies. Who were somehow managed to fire on all engines at the same time. I mean maybe before we even get into this man like tell the story where they recorded it like think about what was going on music and the time is more like seventy two seventy two. They were yeah. Yeah so it's like janice is dead. The beatles are gone hendrix died. Jim morrison died. The hippie movement was over punk rock music hadn't started yes. This was the outlaw music and this is like right after the that incident in california in san francisco after the The show they put on for free ultimate show. That was nineteen sixty nine. Yeah but this is. This is following up to that. Yeah so this is like i mean this is like the pinnacle of sex drugs and rock. Sure you know like the stones are kind of like the bad boys rock and roll the album before this. They did with sticky fingers. And i think that's set off such a trend for them in the seventies that they were this drugged out and they couldn't get more like you said bruce outlaw than the stones you know. They were they would. They would go to towns and people would like riot. Yeah and they had that four album streak like beggars banquet. Let it bleed sticky fingers in this like you. Put that up against any four albums. Any band has ever put out there iraq and they were definitely the most dangerous band in the world at that point. Yeah you know. Like i said like shower after you like i feel the same way like appetite for destruction. Sure yeah like this gives me the same kind of vibe is that does. That's a good point. That's a very you. No i i. I fell in love with the album. When i was in the bahamas. So what they were living. In the south of france they were living like at a seashore. Kind of tare. You talk a little bit. So how'd they wind up there. Well they wind up there because they couldn't find a recording studio in france. Well why did they get to france. Will they went to france because they got exiled from england for not paying their taxes. So keith boorda house out. In the south of france was called villa. They will let they set up shop there and he said why don't we come down here record. So they start shopping around for a recording studio and they couldn't find one. It was very limited on around the area. So keith being the bohemian daddy is he was like hey. Why don't you just all coming record at my house and will vote. Suck it out twenty four seven. So you know keith. Opened up this house to the rolling stones and their posse like just. It's not even. I can't even explain talk about the how much drugs they did in this. Oh i know it's like they were doing this heroine. Persian heroin called pink like thousands of dollars a day or week. They're spending stuff just like it was such a party. Nothing got done. The first two weeks. I i read an article that they owed drug dealers so much money that the drug dealers came to the house added by the middle of the day. We'll often everybody's standing around and they just walked and they just took it in and nobody said a word game and so they they leave england because they're kind of like you know they've gotten busted for drugs a couple times and then uk government starts like trying to put their hand in their pocket. Tax rate was like ninety three percents crazy and they had been they just got now from underneath the management of this dude allen klein he was this shit bag of the week in the stones beatles episode the guy that had the royalties and he he played a role in like even this gabum even the rolling stone album. He had nothing to do with and he still got chris sued or our songs but they had just gotten out underneath that and they were like i man we. We gotta get the hell out of here because the government's gonna tax us into oblivion lake. So they were exiled from their home their homeland tree and they they went. He said they went there and and they couldn't find a place recourse or like well. Let's do it here and that sounds like now. That sounds like okay cool. They recorded in somebody's house. Nobody did that seventies. What what they did was. They had the soundtrack from the record company. Come out and you know big came out and ran all the wires out of the house and into the truck. The soundtrack did you hear. They got the power from the robbed. The power from mike. Some like a railroad every from the government so they basically got all their their electricity for free. Now yeah it was like the the railroad was common and there was a telephone pole. Yeah they all said it really wasn't worth it at the end of the day start fires and electronic would go on and off and everything.

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Tour Manager Mick Brigden Dead at 73

Ace and TJ

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Tour Manager Mick Brigden Dead at 73

"And then. The longtime manager for the rolling stones and bob bob dylan died in a freak accident. He was digging a hole for the family. Dog got inside the grave and it collapsed in on him. Ou and talk about a guy who's got stories about the record. The rock and roll world rolling stones. And bob dylan through their height. He was their manager but yeah he's digging a grave for the family dog and it collapsed on him and they said he dies instantly. But how do they know that that i mean. That's a truly dish was he doing. I wanted to know you got down in. It and the dog hadn't even died yet. I think right. I think it was just thick. Yeah

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Me down mother. Hey i gotta go have a good night. Thank you thank you thank. You was the fucking guitar this show and this is a mess smell. Okay all right. Let's play a game. Let's play a game stop playing. Let's play a game name the album. I'm gonna play a song and you gotta tell me the album that it's from okay. All right here. We go sung number one. That is that is the song. Happy written by jagger and richards sung by keith richards on exiling main street All right let's see. What are we got here. We song number. Two album has the habits. What album is this This is off of Goats head soup. War live with me off a let it bleed. Oh yeah that's right. i'm sorry. I got the signs mixed up. That's all right. That's all right all right next song song number three. This.

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Please call home. Sued are as i live. I'm seeing check there. we go. So i'm gonna edit this scotty. You just turned into a disney character. You're frozen is definitely gonna assorted you. Oh hello can i. Please speak to charlie words. Hello scotty you just turned into disney character your throat you all right..

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"Relationship which they don't really. They're not as friendly as people might think they are. Now is a lot of time to spend together. Look it's just like you. And i. I mean i know that you and farmer of history but the way that i describe your in my relationship is that we've known each other for almost forty five years verge of never speaking to one another from forty five years. I say this because this this this bitch a neither allen berg fucking thorn in that group seidman she is. I mean okay. So anita calemburg the mother of three of keith richards. Kids beautiful woman back in day. Yeah yeah in the mistress of three members from the rolling stones. I you had an affair with brian jones and they say when she dumped him that was the beginning of his end. He never recovered. He was devastated when she well remember she. She was with brian before keith. She had an affair with brian. jones while sa- so. She had an affair. Brian jones then keith. Richards and finally mick jagger right and keith richards kind of admitted that the thing between those two Between jagger and her during the filming of the movie performance and he's a his word says forever tarnish the relationship between us fucking jaga was a dog insecure insecure and a dog. They say that he had Proudly say though four thousand women four thousand partners this is put it that way. Four thousand partners over his time. And let's see i. I got a little list of who who he was supposedly with whereas it so they say Mick jagger had fair with the early he was worth about. Four thousand women including madonna. Uma thurman princess margaret angelina. Jolie and david bowie i. I'm not sure. I believe a lot of those. Well i mean what what the hell do i know. But you know it's i'll tell you getting back to anita i mean he could have had any woman that he wanted in a fucked over one of his friends. That's bad guitar. Play you songwriting partner. That's bad man. Yeah so his his image kinda get tarnished when you look at that although he is sir mick jagger also Had we we talked about this. Oh by the way. This is episode. Twenty five wow twenty. Five episodes party seems fifty. Oh jeez who Okay i'll edit that out. I'll just edit that whole thing. We'll we'll move on so that that on that so the lips the lips right their logo the hindu goddess kali inspired the logo the represents the rolling stones the goddess kali symbolizes and emancipation and destruction of evil as is the goddess of eternal energy. That drawing of the mythical tongue is known as hot lips has become the emblem of rock and roll else became the symbol of peace and love before the hippies in the seventies came up with their peace symbol designer. John pash pass shea grew in nineteen seventy yet for a modest sum of fifty pounds. Which one hundred bucks hundred ten bucks depends with. The exchange rate was at that time. Seven hundred seventy two hundred dollars. Whatever it was. Yeah yeah so. What i think we had talked about it on one episode that some people thought just because andy warhol came up with the design of sticky fingers the album that he also designed the tongue which is a lot of even even though even though You know Collie was supposed to be the inspiration for the the tongue and lips. He kind of admitted that jaguars really the inspiration for his dry fits. Yeah of course. Of course you when they first started using it. Hold on this. This might be the thing that leads to the confusion. Hold on so they started using it on was it. was it sticky fingers. It was sticky fingers. Yeah because i was thinking of the fun like i. I didn't see the logo on it. Yeah sticky fingers so there you go with the at the same time as the album. Andy warhol. Yeah that's a good point in and sticky fingers you know the the he designed that andy warhol any warhol in his his group from the factory they made the design of that record in it actually had the workings zipper at one point. They wanted to put a balloon in there but it was too expensive to to get that done in pretty soon after when they started to do reprints of the record. They actually got rid of the real zebra. You know why zip was ruining album covers. It was winning the album. That's right because they were all coming in these boxes and they're all pressed together. Yes and so on the back of some albums was that indent from this was behind it. That is exactly right. Yeah yeah that's the you know again. What's your favorite stones album exile on main street. I think we talked about this too. Yeah yeah sure we. I'm tossed up between sticky fingers and And actually Some girls i. That's maybe that's a good. I mean every song on that is great but that actually leads me into something. What's the song on some girls. I was driving one night. Only far away is so the story behind far away is keith. Richards had gotten gotten in trouble in canada. I think he for drugs and this blind girl kinda. He befriended her so she kinda got him she. He got off but he never forgot her. She kinda got him straight for a little while and he he wrote the song about her faraway is me. She's blind so he wrote that about a blind girl. I'm not. I know the story. I don't want to do it on the podcast and kill it. I'll i'll i'll i'll dig it up again but that's the gist of it. It was about it was a real about a real girl. So the when they were going through their country spell with dead.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"They the greatest. Well you know arguably you can say that the beatles with the greatest rock and roll band. But i think that the the rolling stones were more of a rock band. The beatles were more of an experimental pop band. Bring audio up a little. All right. Scott the it guy giving me some A lot of your advice during the show. That's what he gets paid for from that hothouse money. Now that he's he's freed up from the shackles. He's a free agent other than this show. We own him Well i mean we did. The show led zeppelin. And there'd be a lot of people that that would argue that led zeppelin's the greatest rock and roll band but next to the rolling stones. No way i'm with you. You'll get no argument from me. I think the reason they're the greatest. Is they stayed together. The beatles have a great one of the greatest catalogs for the time from you know from beginning to end right. I think that was brought up on the last podcast. They never really did a bad album other than you know. Yellow submarine and that's still again. It was a soundtrack was trying to campy. But the account that right But the rolling stones are timeless. Right broke broke all types of new ground longevity hits classic albums plus they had the stories they were legends. You know that's one of the things that's really missing and music today. You think about some of the bands that around. Today you don't have that mystique you don't have that history. You know the ed sullivan. Show altimonte to brian jones. Mick taylor keith. Richards and all of his escapades. Mick jagger being you know just mick jagger and you know the rhythm section just kinda doing their thing you know. They have such an deep rich history with a lot of interesting things that they did that. We were all really into back in the day. And you don't get that with a lot of the new bands you know in that part of that is because you the times of change and people are just not as interested. You know. I think because of things like spotify in the digitalization of music you just don't have people that are as invested in their bands that they're not they're bands. It's a very passive if you will. It's very disposable but back when we were young the rolling stones were they were in. There was a mystique about them. You wanted to know about them absolutely i. I've heard this used in different context. Well different artists. But i love the philosophy or the theory. It's a philosophy or it's just a a thing that The world is billions of years old and we were fortunate enough to be alive when the rolling stones at the same time as the rolling stones. Yeah right. I mean that's pretty. I said that to my wife. I used also david bowie ensure she took it literally. Well you know the world actually. I mean it's just a thing baby doc that time and i get it now. Yeah and you know. That's not bad enough. We actually get greedy like i. You know there are times where. I wish that there were like five to seven years older. So i could have actually seen the stones and seventy two you know or a you know maybe could've seen the beatles or you know the doors back in those days like i remember being a teenager saint man we missed all the good music not recognizing all the music that was yet to come including a lot of the stuff of the stones put out. We eventually did get to see them. You know. I saw them in the blue lounge tour and that was a one and done for me. There were just old enough to where. I was like okay but i wouldn't see them today. And you go to concerts just because yeah you and i differ on that because i saw them at the steel wheels tour and then every single tour thereafter. Sure absolutely absolutely almost every time. Saying i gotta go. This is the last time i got a. I got to go to the voodoo lounge. I gotta go to the bridges to babylon. I gotta go to the big bang it just never ended but you know what before that part of it is because you know they. They didn't really tour on the east coast. They didn't play during the whole tattoo. You still live tour. They weren't around for the seventy eight tour. They played a couple of the limited dates Knitting come anywhere near boston. Not that we would have gone in. Nineteen seventy seven or seventy eight or whenever it was we were probably a little bit too young. When they toured and played the garden seventy five and they didn't they didn't come to foxborough until nineteen eighty nine so when we got into music and we'd like really discovered the stones and really got into them and wanted to see them. You know think about it. What was that you know. Seventy six seventy seven seventy eight. You know whatever it was. We wait until nineteen eighty nine to see the rolling stones as a matter of fact phil kelly. He may not remember this. And it was probably more than phil. Kelly w ceos e in nineteen eighty one had an initiative to try to get the stones to play boston so there was a debate whether they were gonna play hampton roads. Virginia or boston in kevin white at the time was trying to get to play a free show on at city hall plaza. And i stood on on the boston common with a stack of papers getting signatures a petition to get the rolling stones to play boston. Look at you. You're a young activist of rock and roll activists looking fourteen. I was fourteen years old. gotta love that skip. School went and got a bunch of signatures. Did it work did not please. Are you kidding. Salt belief keith. Richards and mick jagger this is like i said i got a bunch of these off the wall things that That i some i knew on. I didn't keith. Richards and mick jagger were born at the same hospital hundred and forty five days apart. John farmer and myself were born boston city hospital three days of pot and we ended up. Like kind of like jagger richards. No no so i. My birthday is the same as keith richards. So we we. We had that going for us. He added silly dude he was any dude so anyways anyways they attended the same elementary school and med seventeen later on a platform on october. Twenty fifth nine thousand nine hundred sixty and that was the beginning of an iconic.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

03:08 min | 2 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"To the podcast. I don't have to name it because well you're listening to. What are you watch and you know. It is going to get right to tonight. We got a good show rolling stones. Yeah i mean like. I said in the intro. What's there to say that has already been said. It's kind of like led zeppelin right. But maybe we're going to come up with some stuff you might be interested in so without further do let me bring on my co host. The monkey man. The midnight rambler calabrese. Hey what have what about little. Tna my little you're my little rock and roll my little rock and roll are you doing. I'm doing good. Hey can you can you before we get into just out of curiosity and i know this is not something. The people on the podcasts can see what is that table behind you that right over my shoulder that right over your shoulder. That is a bumper pool table pool. Table a bump. It was a guy in winthrop. They used to call me. Ronald j simpson. He was Scotus guy used to call me. Up and say jack eight thrashing in bed but a pool. We're going to drink semillas proper pool eight took all. He took all of his furniture out of his living room and put a bumper to bumper bowl table. And we had. We had one up in a on the second floor. My house and we had a dock board and it would be turn the winter. It'd be like people like farmer and john farmer. You know cub monte surrogate coming over playing bumper pool drinking biz playing dots watching the bruins. Say see how far we've come back then. Even iraq sense man. He's a beast in bubba. Opole pools fund bumper pool. Sexy back ooh to be an olympic sport. Scott the it guy just commented and bumper pool next board. Are you don't know in a building in my backyard is not getting another moment with shuffleboard. That's right it's going to be and that's the botchy balls to do what. I love the shuffleboard in the bosnian you know like the the long piece of wood and you put the crafts cheese. Yeah you have that. That craft crazy parmesan cheese in the green. And that you know on all right you ready do a good show. I'm ready to good show all right. Let's talk about the rolling stones and so we're going to do something a little different than we're not going to kind of lead them from the beginning to the end. I got a lot of interesting facts that we can throw out there. Maybe some people knew. Maybe they don't know. I think you've got a a little bit of yours. We'll do a little trivia. we'll play. We'll make it interesting because face and everybody watching they know. How can't you make the rolling stones interesting one of the greatest rock and roll band of all time. So that's one of the questions right.

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Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

"They're falling apart. People are taking horse space diver Mactan Jim overflowing ODS everywhere. Oh, Diz! ALS all over the place. Everyone. Oh, ding! Oh, my God. I took horse piece They Oklahoma hospitals. It's so much so the Rolling Stone story so much so horse Pacers in Oklahoma. That they're not even taking gunshot wounds anymore. Jim, You believe that you walk in You're like I've been shot. What happened? Nine millimeters and chest the bucket to make it hold on. We got a horse paste. Er, there's our Sir Horse Pacer. Come on over a gunshot guy bleeding. I'm collapsed Lung. We'll get to you in a couple hours. Go back home. Take an aspirin. Call me in the morning. Horse Pacers. Come on. So joy Reid is so stupid. She didn't even think to have someone call the hospital. About the horse Basters overdosing Joyce. Too dumb. So Joy, of course, brought the story on her shelf for the umpteenth 1000 time getting completely humiliated because she doesn't follow the Bongino rule. What's the Bongino rule? Anytime you see a stupid story about coronavirus or Donald Trump? It's probably a lie. Wait 72 hours and it will be the bunk. If Joy would apply this rule. If joy would have went right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. She doesn't seem to get that joy. If she would just wait the 72 hours. This kind of stuff wouldn't happen, Jim Play cut. Six. Here's Joy Reid hilariously dolling out the misinformation as she repeats the horse space talks. Check this out, so things are clearly bad. But they're being made even worse by people who have refused to take the vaccine and instead are swallowing horse paste. Emergency room in one rural Oklahoma town is being overwhelmed by people overdosing on ivermectin, the horse deworming medication. It's gotten so bad that gunshot victims gunshot victims are having to wait to be treated. Yeah.

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Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones

ACLU Civil Liberties Minute

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones

"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty

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"rolling stones" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

I'm In Love With That Song

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

"Welcome friends to the. I'm in love with that song. Podcast part of the pantheon. Family of podcasts. I'm your host brad page. I was already in the middle of putting this episode together to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of this landmark album from the rolling stones. And then just today as i record this. We all heard the news that their legendary drummer. Charlie watts and passed away. I don't think you can overestimate how important charlie. Watts was to the world of drummers into rock and roll in general. this episode wasn't meant to be a memorial or tribute to charlie. But i couldn't let the episode pass by without mentioning how significant his contributions were to the whole history of music. So keep the illustrious mr watts in your thoughts and wets let this episode. Play out as we've discussed on this show before nineteen seventy one. Fifty years ago was an especially brilliant year for music and there's a ton of classic albums celebrating their fiftieth anniversary this year so before twenty twenty one comes to a close and one to take one last. Look back fifty years ago to another landmark album from nineteen seventy-one the rolling stones sticky fingers on this episode. We'll celebrate that album by digging into one of the stones greatest moments the song called. Can't you hear me. Knockin by nineteen seventy-one. The beatles had split leaving the rolling stones with the title of the biggest band in the world. Sticky fingers is either their ninth or their eleventh album depending on whether you're county uk or us releases but either way. It was well into their career but there was still some fresh blood and new life in the band especially with the addition of new guitarist. Mick taylor sticky fingers would be their first full album of new material to feature mick taylor who had joined the band. Two years before by nineteen seventy..

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Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

Perspective

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.

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Remembering Legendary Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

Q

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Remembering Legendary Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

"Charlie Watts joined the Rolling Stones in the early days of the band 1963. It was a bit of a left turn. His early interest was in jazz, percussion and I love this quote from Charlie about joining the band, he said. It meant decades of quote, seeing mixed bum running around in front of me. Which in a way sums up what Charlie did. He provided the steady beat for the group, a group of rock stars who unlike him, embraced the rock star lifestyle and the limelight. Today. We really wanted to start by talking to someone who can help us parse out how important Charlie's worked with the Rolling Stones was Rob Bowman is a Grammy winner and professor of music at York University, as well as a music writer. He first met Charlie Watts in 2000, and two when he was interviewing him for a Rolling Stones book. And he kept in touch with Charlie ever since. Hi, Rob. Thanks for joining us. Good morning. How are you? I am. Well, I want to say I'm really sorry for your loss. Um, what was the first thing that came to your mind when you when you heard the news that Charlie Watts don't I guess. Shock so numb stand, you know, I've been worried for several years. Sooner or later. One of the Rolling Stones are just it was going to pass away or get sick and they were going to be able to play and, uh Couple weeks ago, Of course, Charlie announced Buddy, You've got an emergency operation and wouldn't play the tour and I thought it was so weird that they were going to do the tour without him, because that's not like them. Keith had always said they would never play without Charlie and figure it out. And, of course, when he passed yesterday, my meat so it is. That's why they decided to play the tour. They knew Charlie was dying, and Charlie. I told him to go ahead play. What do you remember? What do you remember first about meeting him? What was he like? He was an amazing, gentle, humble man with an incredible mind for jazz

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Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

AM Tampa Bay

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80

"Well, one of the great drummers in rock and roll has died. Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones died in London at the age of 80. And he leaves behind a huge legacy lots is considered one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. Met the band in a lending club and provided the right B to the searching guitar riffs of Keith Richards. Together. Their sound propelled the bands rock mixed with R and B that became the Stones signature. But Watson is also flexible as the band's sound changed in the eighties, So did his drumming lots was inducted into the Hall of Fame. With the band in 1989,

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Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Drummer Dies at 80

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Drummer Dies at 80

"No word. What Charlie Watts. Death will mean for the Rolling Stones Upcoming tour. The band isn't saying the Stones previously announced Watts would not be part of the no filter tour because of his health. He died Tuesday at a hospital in London Watch was 80 The Stone Show in Atlanta's November 11th Mercedes Been

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Charlie Watts: Jagger and Richards Pay Tribute to Rolling Stones Bandmate

710 WOR Programming

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Watts: Jagger and Richards Pay Tribute to Rolling Stones Bandmate

Charlie Watts, Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

WBZ Afternoon News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Watts, Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

Charlie Watts, Longtime Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

AP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Charlie Watts, Longtime Drummer for the Rolling Stones, Dies at 80

The Rolling Stones to Perform Private Concert for Robert Kraft and Friends

The South Florida Morning Show

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

The Rolling Stones to Perform Private Concert for Robert Kraft and Friends

"Gillette. Stadium september twentieth. The rolling stones performed a private concert for the patriots owner and two hundred of his favorite people. Oh we gotta do is get a microphone there to capture the conversation between bob and keith richard. Two guys are tough to hear anywheres. Bob wear all patriots and tonight the patriots champions on the phone with keith. I read for a private. The killer is two years older than than mic right. Mickey's seventy eight seventy eight. And he still touring. Oh my god Mick says it's a way for the band to tighten everything up before they hit the road for their tour. Six days later you got practice anyway. Do they kick it off at gillette stadium. That's a good question. I don't know i don't actually know

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Mick Jagger Caught Breaking Quarantine Rules, Could Face Hefty Fine

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Mick Jagger Caught Breaking Quarantine Rules, Could Face Hefty Fine

"The Rolling Stones could face close to $14,000 in fines for violating the UK's quarantine rules. On Tuesday, Mick Jagger flew from his home in France to London, where he was supposed to spend at least 10 days in quarantine. However, he was spotted on Wednesday at the England Denmark Euro semifinal match.

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Charlie Watts, 80, drops out of Rolling Stones U.S. tour due to surgery

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

Charlie Watts, 80, drops out of Rolling Stones U.S. tour due to surgery

"A When the Rolling Stones roll into Atlanta this fall, they're going to be a stone short. Charlie Watts has undergone successful emergency surgery following what's described as a routine Physical stones. Drummer is 80 and will be replaced by Steve Jordan. The No filter tour plays Mercedes Benz Stadium November

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Drummer Charlie Watts Likely to Miss Rolling Stones' Tour

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Drummer Charlie Watts Likely to Miss Rolling Stones' Tour

"A key member of the rolling stones will likely be missing when the group resumes its tour ruling stones fans will be happy the group is resuming its No filter tour later this month but unfortunately they may not have Charlie wants on the drum kit when they do a rep for the group says what will likely miss the torque to give him time to recover from a medical procedure the group did not specify what the procedure was but says it was completely successful at the same time the statement says watch still needs time to heal up from it in his own statement want says he didn't want his recovery to slow down the No filter tour which hit several U. S. cities including Dallas Atlanta Los Angeles and Las Vegas what is eighty years old replacing him understudied Steve Jordan I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Live up to. When i was writing the song i knew this was going to be one of them. Song that you're talking about yourself i'm the rhinestone rockstar monster madaba. Ab baba you promoting yourself. And he's like he didn't wanna don't to egotistical. Look i'm doing. I'm dr fungus time. We love you doctor. As you just can't believe it you could say but it soon as you start believing run. That's the that's the idea. Would you do now been sober for for quite a while at least from actually higher than i did before you know because we now right and wait ten to ten to high then trying to give out with a cracked it cracked is the you chasing is trying to find. It is messed up trying to. You're trying to chase that high from the beginning you ain't gonna give you gotta diverse time. That one ain't coming back no more so you never actually get high because you never reached that point when i started smoking weed again and this is what i've been missing. You're doing this other than all that money. Give all all down. We people look down on all of that. Smoke a joint forgotten net. I'm happy i got my card. I serve it chanted style hooks. That's so key to your music. We want the funk all that stuff that's really is. Yeah run joe run.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

10:17 min | 4 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Interpretation of bob dylan you know not no town but in between that i have to admit until i saw the you said that those sounds like bernadette we're influenced by bob dylan never occurred to me never on everybody. Once they motel always up. Whatever new was happening. They got their versions of the song. Had a bunch of songwriters. Who same as the brill building. Yeah they write a song for you in a minute. Did your version of did my testify was my version of you. Know that era in in Like i say that. Straight atonal friends and granted eddie van as come. Oh a may you know once you hear me saying i really do reach out for me because i'm older run. No place to go leave. I was really saying it. But he had bob dylan. I mean holland holland them. They knew what they were doing. That was the real. I mean bob dylan. Some jammed best on. He was a folk singer so he didn't put all that emphasis own vocal tie. It was a story. Bay came along with the story and his magic of that tone. And what revelations did you take from the of jimi hendrix because he was employer important to fund. That's that's what i made that. Move because under know. Jimmy jimmy james in the flames anew king curtis you know when he played and we should let the do with no shoes. I'm gonna tuck. And so he was freaking. Even though we didn't know a frigate was he always stood out like that you know when he was with those god we had a manager. Kit lambert right. It was who had track records. We been on the same label with them. Some big northern soul right. they had a You know i guess store making bootleg record whatever they was no but we did some of those with them and i this is what the hell happened but then i sold the magic that he he did when they did those things. And what pete townsend. Eric clapton they also about who is who understood what it was. It was the same blues. Guys that i used to see. Nick love played with the team but loudest hell and he added to the degree of miles. Davis you know with jazz. He could play with it radically in the ban. They he together that had to be that had come from someplace. They wouldn't have done that if they knew what they were doing mopping they probably wouldn't have never got together. You know but once that happened that magic of them three and to me that was the previous version of the a lot of people like the second version. You know but that to me was. Are you experienced. you really experienced bay mitt. That could you hit to get versed. In that matter of fact when came out i bought lady. Land are you experienced and actions is love for all three same color. Iraq is right around the corner at least two other key influences. One of course was someone who would later become your friend s slice down before it became part of your life as a whole other story. What was his impact on you when you heard him and and the family stone that point i i heard of him. We've dave catholic. That was his. I mean his manages that knew him and he was president columbia wreck. It's and we will also over talking to him. Because one of our friends and harris was managed by dave catholic two so he'd say i'm so used somebody you can make a record is good. You know we did use it for my mother in your mind. You asked to follow him. We was hot with another thing. Slide was on his way pop and they've they was in. This is what you got to look late. You know we were dark slava's brighton. You know to me. That was a step between motown and jimmy hicks. We drive to go with jimmy. Was that out. You know but david saying this is what you slide. He played record. It was the same. I felt the same way. Prince lido told me he felt when he got the one inherit boots. I reckon i knew we had to go back into the studio and actually do some other stuff and you know you too. Late boots came. Gave us the opportunity to get to haunts. Endzone that became up for the downs of people mothership. And all that. And i think it's fair to say another influence was lsd itself ohio. Yeah you know i. I fought against even thinking that. I wanted to say that. Now say you know give you race. It took me a long time to wait a minute. I never done that of that shit. You know if. I didn't have that whole freedom of been into boston. We went to boston in hung out with the kids and everybody was happy. Love and peace bullshit. Gino and yet to watch your back but everybody seemed to believe that and once woodstock happened to me in whole that was the whole thing of to meet a whole thing in would to at the same time the lsd into that whole got us out of it to consume. They start talking about buying and selling it to me. I got instincts of the streets. If somebody's doing it to make money. I'm scared you know but isn't that was right. That's because it ended up a bit started getting bad reports people like long hair and then the whole thing thing chain but it served its purpose in that war in awe of freedoms women rights black rates gay rights and all of that happened during that period for now. We back here again got to do it again. But lsd later on realized omega lot of stuff that i got out of that i still i do believe it. Do the best you can and you know those kind of things come from free to follow. I didn't know what saying to me. I'm just saying it because it sound deep but at the wild people's rating about in has worked in. Bob musee no you being channeled. Sit coming through you blah blah blah. I dealing with none of that one thing. That is hard for me to conceptualize. is you. don't really play an instrument. Right mean now. They call hit sessions. Yeah but you've been ranked songs since the fifties in and not just for yourself. You were so how did that. How did i you sung the parts. Yeah in the fifties as parts. They'll part of the background in attendance and get taught. The vocals did everything right so by the time they started making grooves fool it. Yeah pretty much knew what was going on. And like i say. Then at the brill building. You hit the feel specter's cow kings and the don kirchner's you had all variations of rock and roll. That was coming out of new york and philly. You know you had all that delay. Wow i got a little bit of his infant information. Get to motown hammed. They do this. Shit almost like jazz dance dance. I paid attention to all of that in the best musicians was studio musicians anyway. So i i remember how did hit sessions. It was a little kid brother of billy billion any. They were kids. So i can actually will. I can tell them the and they wouldn't tell me set up years later they did well. You don't play an instrument but how does it work with core changes and stuff. You know what i mean like. How would you say it's the same. It's the same thing you know. When sung the parts in you know coach changes that you like and you feel everybody had different. Styled rock and roll was three core blues basically anyway you know miss getting slick like we went out on the road. I tried to seven rooms of gloom. Better four tops. We didn't realize you have to have a seat music for that. You can't play that from the ear. We got to the paulo in that. Were in our life because we didn't have a band and we were trying to song and we thought the bank of ad lib it not. You can't add to them kind of you know and so you learn pretty much how to do it. On the matter of fact. I can do it on the fly better than i can in the studio. 'cause you get into that zone does come to you. You ain't got to get deep thinking about it. It ain't no real logic to stuff they say. Now you can just say words they. That's the style. 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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Inside coming over here trying to get rid of franken linemen and teenagers and all new york groups. Paul Harlem brooklyn all. We want to do a thing and just being a part of rock and roll as it came in. I've worked in a record store for fifteen. And you know elvis in jerry. Lee lewis with my favorite of that whole click. You know that kind of music. Jerry lewis was it. What's all of that. Go into fifty nine motel show up and that was i knew i was going to be upon them. Rock and roll history. Do up history. And i made the plans. Then in motown was it was raining. Joe bit bill. Brill building you and that to me was a started out. I maintain all even though we changed. You know like we played with the bonilla floods in connecticut. We just played the other night. And we use the instruments so we heard what rock and roll. What i'm be sound like over module lamb once. We heard that we know. This is what jim in exists. Doing this how to get that. And we became. Lao do upswing allow motown thing that became what we call funke deli. You know we just mixed to of in. That became our new. I kept my eyes on whenever the music chains. I learned too late the people that are getting ready to put us out the kids. Who was getting on your nerve with the new version. We came along with bop bop abou about that kind of thing. It didn't bother me when i heard the same thing. Kids always bring the new version of the absurdity into rock and rock and roll. Was that when it first came out. And every time i hear a new version of that it gets on your nerve per dan. You let go of that able to this. Is it if i hurry up and get on an angled seemed like i'm so old now i would say testify. Where it was a big breakthrough and there's two versions of people don't realize that there's the single version a version re re recorded and that's more like what you wanted it to be and i said yes but but how. How did that song come together. I first version of it. Everybody was on this This bob dylan cake. You know the four tops reach out for me very debt and standing in all of that well today. The day everybody was doing that mick jagger was doing it so when we friends inquisitive asking me come. Oh duma.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:48 min | 4 months ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I'm brian hiatt and this is rolling stone music now. I recently sat down in new york studio. George clinton who is of course the founder of parliament and funke delic and one of the most important figures in twentieth century music. I think it's safe to say we talk just before. His eightieth birthday just passed and he discussed his entire historic career and explained why it's not over yet. Let's get straight to that interview. Quentin thank you so much for being here. Good to be led to be out. We were saying like if you're back on the road the world must be returning to what it should be. That's good evidence that is all right. 'cause i show wouldn't come in till we get right. I got my shots to ban israeli. Everybody we commit last night. So yeah you can. That's pretty good evidence that it's all right. You were going to say farewell and in two thousand nineteen. You had a farewell tour. Is this technically still part of the farewell tour technically it. Is they even give us a chance to get off. we was almost. They're ready to in the last one they seem to just about the end of it and pandemic shut us down so gave me a chance to get some rest. You know and get prepared to really do it right so now. People know i'm finished this next year. I'll be out then but right now. I get the kids ready to go. They've been practicing for this for three years and it was going great and twenty twenty two. Is that fair. Whoa or it's okay to pull back on a farewell. We don't want you to say thank you. I'm back from that okay. i'm pulling back late meccas. That gave me some rest and I feel good. You know got on blood work done with the doctors and all that said ain't got no problem no meds. I'm i'm feeling good so it's not goodbye. Hello again you're you're get. I mean really. That's great you have to drag me off. Man i ask guys from the beatles and the stones would they actually want to pass away on stage. You know this. I'll be eighty and two in two months. So and i feel good is hell right now so if i go out stage yeah cool. Have you went off fucking you know. We could all do worse than those those words. I guess i'm i'm telling you we definitely do his going out funky. That's he's tell me about how you spent the pandemic and whatever you know. I was lucky when we sit down for depend was tired tied i but we would because we have work real hard to get the new show on the road and leave his rehearsing in getting all that together and depend on thing happened. We able to shut down and stopfel minute. And i really didn't have to worry about because i don't habit that i was really into and that was painting really. Oh yeah did a lot of peyton and artsy fartsy stuff and got carried away. We've got to get art manager. And we're doing his inept tease things and it's getting really deep. I've said one question about your painting. No aren't you colorblind after. Make it even funnier. 'cause i don't know what the hell i'm doing. Everybody seemed delay. Kelly like it in reminded me of you know when we actually start going into funk music as opposed to do we was living we was jamming and grooving and became out thing that became out became. Call it so aren't feels the same waco's pandemic happened. I also another thing. I could actually spend my time. You don't do drugs no more time more with no. We know work on the road. So i got down got candidates all kinds of money on campus and we got a load of stuff for in they call it. The damning series actually worked really good. I mean you said that you were so called blind that when you look at some of the classic parliament and funke delic album covers. You couldn't even see what was going on because there were so dependent. I mean there's just really look closer to see what shades in haven't done that and then take myself. I started getting familiar with the tones values. And i saw colors that way because i got into abstract shapes and tones and values and it feels good and actually gotta went to call her lexicon. You can see the you know the handwriting. I did amazing. Did you get to recording any music. Writing music did did a lot of music. We did a couple of albums waiting to put out. We're going to do those versus. I don't know the exact date of sometime in august. Bright george clinton in people all stars versus parliament funke delic. That's of cheating. Isn't it really. We use an all of this people that sample people. They're going to be part of people goes got it. It'd be george clooney in everybody that sample against parliament funke belly together. It'll be fun. 'cause they did they version of what we was doing the clones. Did they ever bug you. That for a whole generation who here's atomic dog. They heard the snoop song. I and it. It messes with their perception of it. A little bit i. 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Rolling Stone Crowns Beyoncé's 'Formation' as All Time Best Music Video

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Rolling Stone Crowns Beyoncé's 'Formation' as All Time Best Music Video

"Stone released its list of 100 greatest music videos of all time and Queen Bee takes the top spot with formation, Okay? Let's get information. But it wasn't Beyonce's only video to make the list. Single ladies was number 12 and her music video with Lady Gaga for telephone number 66. I think that Madonna childish Gambino guns and roses and Michael Jackson also claimed top spots on the list. Monica Ricks. CBS News Come on in the West. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be hosting a Janis

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Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"

I'm In Love With That Song

02:59 min | 4 months ago

Podcast Excerpt from Led Zeppelin - "Achilles Last Stand"

"So in september of nineteen seventy five robert plant still in a wheelchair joined jimmy page in southern california to write some new songs bass player john. Paul jones and drummer. John bonham would join them not long after once. They finished rehearsing most of the material in california. The band then relocated to music land studios in munich germany to record the album in november. The challenge was that the rolling stones had already booked the same studio for december. Which left led zeppelin with about two weeks to record the whole album. Jimmy page who not only played all of the guitar parts but also wrote virtually all of the music and produced. The album was working eighteen to twenty hours a day on it in the end they ran out of time. And jimmy had to ask mick jagger for two more days. In the studio to finish up jagger gave him the two days and jimmy page almost by himself recorded all of the overdubbed seven songs worth in one single night. And then jimmy. An engineer keith. Harwood mixed the whole album. The next day the album would be named presence and it was released in march of nineteen. Seventy six robert plant described this struggle to make the presence album as our stand against everything our stand against the elements against chance. We were literally fighting against existence itself. Unlike every other led zeppelin album. There are almost no acoustic instruments on presence at all. No keyboards no mandolins or recorders. No acoustic ballads. This is an album dominated by jimmy page's electric guitar wizardry and achilles last stand may be the pinnacle of his guitar playing and arranging genius achilles. Last stand is the first track on the album opening the record with a slow fade in on jimmy. Page's guitar played on his legendary gibson. Les paul nicknamed number one. The part is doubled and then panned left and right almost imperceptibly in the background there. You can hear john. Bonham hit a few notes on a symbol and with one hit of a snare drum into the song.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eyes or the best affordable items. You know Gosh they watch what's great about this. Touch against and and something that was really importance of bill on Suzanne and the family as well as. If they wanted you know he's connected everything everything to him as the same meaning almost like it was attached to every every single item, but they wanted items in the bill ones I been there for. The. The every day. Fan Right. Absolutely. You know like there's a you know I'm looking there. Still wine goats head soup ner. Yes. Three hundred dollars, right? Exactly. A novelty t shirts two to three hundred dollars a person is top four to six hundred dollars. So like you know like there's ice at every vintage vintage, best six to eight hundred dollars about three to three to five hundred dollars. assigned hotel bills getting sick the hotel del find seven, hundred dollars. So you know don't you know I think it's Susan good programs extol amazing. The other chance to look at on I did. Three amazing books of histories in this amazing box with gives you the impression that it looks like a five cabinet I'm glad you brought that up because you sell those and our readers could buy those correct. Absolutely tune of dollars. Yeah. And if it's Bill Wyman and it's like three drawers and each yes. But the state is actually catalog three day auctions and even if you couldn't afford to own anything in the actual auction itself you can buy the Kellogg and like bill you have it on his coffee table everything now is it would take everything from him. He has the memory pretty has the catalog, and if he's not he can open the hell out flip truest. The amazing items look think of all the stories look at the phonograph looking they're just you know like every so much less. Burdened something him now he's not insuring storing and worrying about something happening to you know his stuff that he saved for all these years. Ago Now it's. It's going to be dispersed all over the world here and joins options. There's the time this entire collection working together. This is GonNa be gone visible museums and fans and collectors, and there's GonNa be a dome women all over the world because the rolling stones I loved all over the world and. People having up. Now people have an opportunity to old something and you know very rarely the stop come up for auction, and then I've been doing options for years and it's very rare. The because warning stolen. Kept having the rest of the time if you care about I, keep finding even don't in virtue diving like the no came stick. Pins. All that is four of us, but this is an event where the fans can be engaged. I went to the rolling stones in nineteen, eighty, two in saint in July eighty two with my cousin she was crying because this is the last to the rolling stones. This is all during. The last chance. I was younger and I thought okay I'm going and I loved the lessons but I watched. Emotional about this because I really wasn't hadn't got to know the stone as well at that time. But she loved them and. That's What we're talking You know. What would thirty eight years? and. The storms are still going. Incredible and but also what the Navy now is to have all this collection ears and the joining his auctions told them to be the ones to. Represent this auction present this option, and we'll be responsible for dispersing each of these two people hold on to continue to appreciate them love them, enjoy them, and they'll take on a whole united. Agree, and he also collected vinyl too. I noticed that the stones first EP air which is that is pretty damn cool. Be have a fantastic final collection and you know vinyls last few years we seem violence. Joe So popular again and yes, that's a whole. That's a specific collector collects finance to have it all coming from one. Person Member of the warnings tool. So. Many great items. It's just it's it's incredible and we're seeing great interest already online people are looking and you know so many hundreds of thousands of people come to see the catalog see the auction online. So it's GonNa be really historic house right and sat on the Sunday I think it's GonNa. Be Great Fun filled and it's just rolling stone takes to continue enormous senior lions and cultural. So he'll join it's been around since the early sixties we've we've had so many crisis we've all. Survived. We're going to get through they. We're going to get through the election with President whatever happens happens, but we stood have music. We all went up music and now people have an opportunity to own something from the one of the greatest bands of all the time I completely agree it's always a pleasure talking to you and thanks for taking. Really appreciated and you know. I know readers are going to go and check out everything and I. Think you make a great point is if you don't win something which your bid, you can always by that catalogue, which is beautiful. So you know. Luke. Luke appreciate through covering this and. Hopefully, you'll be you going online to see the auction wars. And you'll be entertained for sure I know that. Yes. Absolutely. I'm I'm a big stones fan. Wow good for you and you know. Whether he ever had to be better, but I was. Interviewed him, but I have not met him in person but yes, he's A. Interesting. So modest and so numb. CELEB-. Owned remind them like. Like your opinion that you realize know but. Anyway thank you. Talk. com. Really appreciate you. Good luck. Thank you. Mark Laser on stay healthy and pay into Marin. Thanks Martin thanks for taking the time to talk to Goldmine magazine. This is Patrick Prince. Enter Goldman signing off don't forget to go to Gold Mine, DOT COM conflict exclusive exclusive interviews stuff that you won't find imprint, and if you want the print magazine, you can go on the newsstand and Barnes and noble and books a million and pick it up. Well, we'll see next time and don't forget to go to Julien's auctions to just look if you want at the property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive Julien's auctions dot com and in this auction will be live in Beverly Hills live Friday September eleventh Saturday September twelfth and Sunday September. Thirteenth.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

"It was just. That whole history took the whole. That's the beauty of the auction gallery. It's history changing hands, fires me southern's in the one venue and it's a change to gather goes down it's gone. Now some big donors to the U. owner indeed is. These guitars and celebrities love big auctions. So chances are these guitars will reappear onstage. Another performance will take out a whole united. With somebody who finds guitar to new acquisition to you can talk with them and it's GonNa, the journey continuous and that's what's amazing. Yeah I think you are titillated at perfectly because when you said are a piece of art and it's interactive. Art. and I've had readers ask what's going on with guitars all of a sudden. What's the big? They're wondering why they're auctions would just gear just guitars and you know a lot of them are you know the Beatles people who you know collected by memorabilia but now son, they're kind of blown away like what is this all of a sudden but you're right I think you articulated perfectly interactive piece you make music on it yourself and that absolutely yeah I mean, Monet Monet's the castles and going are fantastic. But there's a very small faction of people that have the money the millions to own a piece of art. Fast. Plus if you own something once again, it's interactive. Arkansas. Is Art. A Work of art h guitar is a beautiful teeth in its own right then the beautiful music, the lyrics deconstruct. Thinking Guitar. Can Entertain people. And we can all relate to guitar I mean we can all relate to big may not. Relate to you know somewhere t of you know Francis Bacon or you know. Things piece of art on the wall that so's. Lian. But we can all relate Char and count aspire to owning guitar. When can own les, Paul, Guitar Against an Emmy. Jones the wineman. For a few a couple thousand and half something. You're tired. You know like said, so many ways that people can relate to it but the coup factories especially with the world's guys. Yes. He just you know they're dealing with stocks and bonds and. All. Non. Interesting type of investment vehicle dame and they. They can own something tree dimensional. Entertaining Fun while factor plays and your friends will then so envious of you as a Wall Street guy with the Eagle. But that's what you want. Want you covered that you want to have that guitar? That's what happens at the auctions and that's why is big money is coming in. Now it's a tangible. Africa's something that's useful. You can play entertained joyous and in years to come very likely, you know buying a comic tastes like there's three will continue to appreciate in value and when sell more money that you pay for, and you'll enjoy for twenty five years whenever you keep us and it's like transfers you to another time to. And and actually on that point. Actually what's happening right now now for boys Going on Colin known that, yes, we're looking for something constant exactly like that is constance. Now I gotta ask you the VOX amplifier. Can you plug something into that will play? Okay. Yes it's worse you could. Three things into US interesting. Yeah. That would be interesting. I wonder if whoever? Gets that would they tried out just? Keep it as a sort of museum set sort of peace. You know I'm very curious. I i. Am sure that whoever gets this will use this. Interesting I I really do and which is amazing the finger terms of like sixty two it's it's been around the world at various places. We haven't done this in arden than that. We brought us here to. Hear Beverly Hills, and then we brought to arginine there we've brought. Back here again so like Even in arbitration is taken on a life of its own with great stories and adventures and. So important to the whole history of the songs I mean. If, that didn't happen. It still have that box would have been hired that day I will distort Ridge. They found that they were trying to clean like what if you just twenty four that Fox all day long so do you think this will be the numbering in the most money? It should be right. I think it should be because it's It's like you know. It's the Ruby slippers from the wizard of. I. That sort of pulled it all together and created the bound created the magic that they were looking to fit into the team I mean yes but. Can I mean you know not not as sexy as only Brian, Jones and? The less are defender they are sunburst. Fender most. Mustang that the bill also played so much and and and love so much. But. As I said, every piece I mean I'm talking iconic zero. Retains like the the boots, the basketball boothferry, park humor pairs, often different colors and and wore them for performing 'cause silver boots. You know that the credits would save his life when he fell offstage and the rest of the Boston is said Bill and then was missing Dylan's falling off the stage after trying to reach for the stars and the way to a carton that he was a wall behind us and the boots were sticking house he passed out and came back. They couldn't find anyone for next in the suddenly saw Silva votes thinking out from under the cartons, and then they followed the Guth got today rest of bill and. Get. That's just a pair of boots but like a great story told by them and he couldn't some the both of Sameness because they would ever at the same and get him out of that. On. History. So yeah. Well, you know gold mines readership is made up of people who buy high end memorabilia and records to. The sort of. You know now and then collector. If, you are okay. If you're one of those rolling stones, everyday fans, you're not looking to buy high end maybe you don't even collect them much but you want a piece of Bill Wyman. Life a piece of the stones history. In Your.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Pantheon

"Option you're not getting anything anywhere. Hey He hey, bill also kept doing collecting stuff and documenting stuff even with a solo albums and into his new groups after he left the stones correct absolutely. He's still loves he loves to go excavated. He is love research. History. And that's your passion. You know it's not going to the Paul and he's not doing drugs and you know he got what he said was his hi yea. Everyone has an advice. This was almost his vice was collecting and he has amazing archives on his computer and you talk about that we heard some in Hamburg and sixty seven or something like that. He can bring up that. Dan. He can tell you. Well, we started out the morning and we went here and we rehearsed there. We've changed that kid got nice and guys went here and I went back to tile and this and that him and brain. Jones. Just. Movies and they were good friends. Like they would, they would go on and take gigs or Jama stations even after a session with rolling stone like they just love to play music and the love the stories and and that's what they were power I wasn't about the fan I mean not affected by statement all we'll talk about the guitar Brian Jones. The story behind it, it keeps an IT's. A reissue offense of the the first time that we should this particular goal top. guitar. It's fantastic condition and Brian Jones. So it's a founding member was found. Like he he he played out on the rolling stones. The circus circus. Think probably, bring Jones last live performance. Yes or lack performance with the stone then I was the. He was fired our elected stones, whatever way you want to re. The story and you know died sizably a few months later and so like for this to be. You know such. So historic so much great stories with it. And to be part of the bill. Wyman collection for so many years and now to come to to to the auction is just you know it's It's a huge pleasure for us and you know Qatar is sitting right where we had. Guitar? Sitting back in June when we did our our music icons option and from MTV? unplugged. Six million and ten thousand packs right now and the guy that's the guy that sold that guitar carts was sending in the room beside us. He sold it from five thousand and airy things. Up for six, million, ten, thousand because. Car, Cobain Antonio Clubs, the Association, and then Taibbi the tragedy. overall and. So this guitarist sitting pride of place right there in her gallery and it's just you know. So go so amazing and such an important piece of our pop culture history. This description meant a lot to bill because you know like you said. You know he played it An an ova son Brian Dis must have been some sentimental attachment to it So I'm you know you don't like it was you know came to make and it was. Bryan and bill like you're there to. You know there was the rubies of the friends know like. He was especially close to brain. Jong. and. You know for him to Kim I. Know it was. It was it was and I know for a fact that was. There was a tinge of emotion. letting go Jack Qatari particular defecate I. Mean he was he comes to a stage where each other documentary he's written his book you know what's next to once you do this stuff now and so it wasn't new mattie conversations than you know over the past year more than a year. In, the letting go process can talk to get away. You know but that was one of the last ones he gave us because I I know that was like. You almost like Gosh you know I I kept trying with all this time, and now I'm letting go and. I know. I know that touched a little bit of the heartstrings. Following auctions weren't all the time I just. It amazes me how much. Guitar Memorabilia Guitars themselves. How? attracted. Collectors are now to them. You know what? I mean they're really centerpieces. And you brought up brought up the Cobaine Guitar. Are they are they are Qatar? Call them gear heads. You know do you see them as different type of collectors? So. Your tar collectors are. A lot of Wall Street guy lumpy trucks. And the play music. And their appreciation for arch. There's sort of nostalgia as well as we all are. Yes. In certain ways, but we can tar is you know it's it's it's so cool and in a lot of money, you'll you won't be cool factor saying you pick up you know you have a dinner party or Your friends over have an appeal bears. Are Nas whatever you're doing and you can pick up guitar and you play. That's that's cool. The tar like wanted to beautiful. Guitar Blue Guitar Guitar rake whatever ran Gibson defender it's it's great. It's a Martin whoever. into all those factors playing. So it's an each guitar is like a work of art becomes your own as you play is. You different scratch marks on us.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

Big Book Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Big Book Podcast

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober. Since January, nineteen, eighty eight one day at a time in this episode, the Twenty Eighth and twenty ninth stories from the personal stories, section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. These are the final two stories in the big book, and are entitled the Rolling, Stone and loan endeavor. As with many other stories in the first edition, these stories were left out of the second and subsequent editions of alcoholics anonymous, though they are no less powerful than other stories. For listeners who've never seen them, these stories will sound brand new. After these stories I will conclude the first edition of the big book by reading the Appendix at the end of the book. And now the original stories. The Rolling Stone and Loan Endeavor Followed by the Appendix The Rolling Stone. After the breaking up of our home, my father went west and took his work and became fairly successful. then. It was decided that I should be sent to a preparatory school so to a mid Western school I was sent. It didn't last long for I got into a jam and left. I went to Chicago wrote my father, and he sent me fair to come on West which I did. I started into high school after I got there, but I had no companionship for my father was away most of the day, and when he came in, he always spent the evenings, reading and studying. This all caused me to become very bitter towards anything religious because I felt that I was only in his way when he wanted to read his religious books, and he took only enough interest in me to leave a dollar on the dresser each morning to buy meals with it caused me to become so hostile towards anything religious that I formed a hatred against religion which I was to carry for years. During the time which I spent by myself I had found that I could buy wine and loaf around saloons, and it wasn't long before. I had formed a taste for drink. I was only about fourteen years old then, but I looked eighteen when vacation time came I wanted to go to San Francisco, my father willingly let me go, and after seeing the sights of that city, I decided I wanted to go to see and see the world, so it was only a short time before I found myself signed as an apprentice at sea and leading a new life. In the meantime my mother had married again I knew she was well taken care of so my letters were few and my visits home were years apart, and through the selfish interest I had taken in myself, I never gave a thought to how worried she might be over me. I had become a person wrapped up in my own life, only and giving no thought of anyone else. Starting to see out of San Francisco brought me in and out of port there a great deal, so I considered San Francisco, my home, and as I had arrived there about nineteen o five, I knew the Old San Francisco of before the earthquake where the lid was off and vice flourished at all times. In my young life I saw and knew all and considered myself well able to play the game as others did. I developed into a steady drinker. And when going to see was sure, I took enough liquor along to take care of me for the trip. When we arrived at a foreign port, we would go ashore and proceed to see the sights which mostly started at the first, saloon. If American liquor was not to be had or was too high in cost. Then we would drink their native drink. And as I look back, it hardly seems possible that I have a brain left to remember with for I have done about everything possible to destroy it by over indulgence in alcohol. I have been to most of the ports in this world have stayed in some for some time. have put in a winter in Alaska lived in the tropics, but no time did I. Ever find a place where I could not get liquor. I quit the see when I was just past twenty. I had become interested in construction work also had studied some art and learn the fresco decorating trade eventually I went into the building trade and followed that ever since. I had always made good wages or made good at contracting, but was ever a rolling stone, never staying in one place long drinking just the same as in my seafaring days. I had always a certain respect for myself. And I carried my liquor wealth for years knew enough not to make a show of myself and stopped when I had enough. Then came the war. I was twenty nine years old and was in Texas when I went into the army and went overseas from there. After leaving Texas, I found out that we were stopping in my hometown for an hour and I received permission to call my mother when we arrived there, so fortunately I was able to get her down to the train before I left. I had not been home in eleven years, and then told her if I came back alive, I would come home to stay. I had not been in the service long before I was a high ranking noncommissioned officer for I, had learned army discipline years before in the army transport service, and while in this country, and when behind the lines in France this gave me a chance to get my liquor when my buddies couldn't. But when we got to the front lines, it was the first time in years that I was unable to get my daily sheriff alcohol, but when it was possible I never missed. On into Germany for six months where I made up for lost time, schnapps was barred to American troops, but I got mine. After coming back to the US, I received an honorable discharge and came back to my home and mother. Then, I started trying to break away from liquor, but it did not last. The last few years found all kinds of mix ups for I had at last developed into an alcoholic. When I drank, I would get to the state. Where required a doctor to straighten me out. The Times I have had to rely upon. Doctors are numerous. I even tried sanitariums for relief. I had plenty of suffering thrown in, but still I would drift back again to that I, drink and off again I went.

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"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"rolling stones" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey, I'm Brian Hiatt. This is Rolling Stone music now. So Gary Clark junior as new album pull this land coming out Mark's. I and my colleague Patrick Doyle came in right here in the Sirius XM studios the other day and sat down with Gary talk about the new album, which is real step forward for him. Gary's this great blues. Guitarist who doesn't want to be just a great blues guitarist in two thousand eighteen he wants to make music that transcends the blues and speak to this time. And I think he started doing that. There's a great new single that will talk about called this land out. But let's hear what Gary and Patrick Doyle had to say. Can you tell me how you made this record because most people think of it like you go into the studio with producer, and they kind of guide you along than a label puts it out and sort of structured thing. But you didn't really stick to any rules with this thing. Right. No. I didn't Warner was cool enough to let me just go out on my own a loved the idea of production. I got into music because I was drawn into. Arrangements and sounds so they let me do my thing. I went to washy this is how it started off. So I knew how to make a record in wanting to make something. But I didn't know exactly what I was gonna do house gonna approach it. So I've always loved making beats and finally stepped my game up and got a new NPC figured out. How to use it? And I really just started messing around from there. My buddy, Sean McCarthy hooked me up cool guy, man, he'll be able to hard-drive of all this music. I never really heard before I most maybe ten thousand songs or something like that. So I'm just running through trying to find samples and flip things up and just make for myself. And I'm thinking it'd be a record and also trying to figure out how to record into this thing. So I started feeling like I was starting to get somewhere. Still didn't know what was going to be. And then I finally made this be this track on record called. I got my eyes on you. And that was one of the things like Lockheed uses for me, I could put some guitar on it. And you know, I think we could really do something here play drums on it. And then. Gazza-like? Now, you're terrible. Do better do use to play drums in a band. I used to play drums in certain bands. You know, like I'll be maybe third string. They called me up. If the good guys weren't there. So I'll maybe third or fourth string. And how it back if you guys up, but I have no discipline as a drummer. I think every single place in the song as an appropriate place for a drum fill saw. Yeah. I haven't been called for Joan gigging thing, I got fired without being too. When I was in the studio talking to Jacob who co-produced did some engineering on the record with you. He said that he thinks you're such a great ATar player because of your skills as a drummer. Well, that's very nice. But I think however for this record a muscular as drummer were not needed. Yeah. So that's we brought in Brannen temple Jay Johnson who are world class and laid it down so..

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