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"rosa ball" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Box, Holly Johnson. You know who Holly Jonathan is? Lead singer of Frankie goes to Hollywood. Really? Yeah, yep. And Steve Winwood. So I told you he was Dan Houghton was very talented guy. Yeah. And that streets of fire. That's so made that movie is the movie was kind of fucking bad. Michael Perez. What's his name? Willem Dafoe plays the bad guy. He's the one that kidnaps the girlfriend. And it's all Doc and Rainey. It was kind of like a noir kind of noir. Acting was in an 80s style, which made it better. Yeah, yeah. And then you have the band that had, they were all actors in the singing and I can dream about you. Basically a two hour music video. But it was so bad. It's kind of a cult movie now. It's so bad, it's good, I think. I think you did that after 80 and the cruisers, I think. Yeah. But he sang that song. No one knew a white guy was singing it because the movie had a black group like the temptations type style band. But I can dream about you was a big hit in the 80s. Still a good song. That's gonna be stuck in my head not today. Okay, I'm the only one that sings tonight. Okay. Did Michael McDonald ever sing this one? There you go. All right, we're almost done here. We're almost done. This day in 1992, polygram records officially announced that tis for fizz had split up. Roland rosa ball continued using the name as he stated because I'm the one that wanted to do that was doing all the work. Kurt Smith basically said, he goes, I was just kind of tired of it. And then they didn't talk to each other for 9 years. Really? Well, yeah. I think would roll in Elizabeth's wife died, but she drank herself to death. That's a horrible way to go. He went through a lot with her, but he stuck by her. They give the guy credit he stuck by her, but then they finally got together and then, well, they put an album out a couple of years ago and this new album. And the tour, I said, I'm not just saying this is one of the better shows I've really ever seen. There was solid, it could be sounded great. Everything was spot on. They didn't really, I said Kurt smith's voice. It's kind of starting to hit that point where he's not going to hit those higher notes anymore. So he just doesn't have a strong voice. No, he doesn't. Like Roland Roosevelt sounds exactly like he did in 83. You know? No, not probably Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Very close. Material maybe, maybe. A lot of hits. Yeah, it is. There's a lot of albums sold, but they had big gaps. And I'll give them credit. The albums he made on his own with tier groups. You'd be two albums on its own. They were good. They weren't bad. But they were good albums. And we've discussed that a number of times between us and me and Jack. How times change and music kind of progresses and these bands can't really keep up. But they'll still put out good albums, but the popularity goes into another direction. So people start their attention turns to something else. We had done a show a while back. It was called, it was probably one of the earliest shows. I think it was albums that you might have missed. You know, and we kind of be in Jack label. That's a good topic. That's a really good idea. There was a lot of good music that people might have missed. We got a good albums by artists that you didn't hear because everyone was looking in another direction. Stuff Colin hay has done. In the last ten years, so it really, really good. Well, he said, you know, men at work. Let's see. What is this one? On this day in 1986, American singer mock dinning. Died of a heart attack and another one at age 52. This is scary. Oh, here you go. He scored the 1959 U.S. number one hit teen angel. Which is a baby boomers would know that song. He has 50 songs with still kind of relevant when we were growing up. We had the 50s. Like we knew who they knew what the songs were. On this day in 1984, queen filmed the video for I want to break free. I love that video. I love that fucking video. Got them in a lot of trouble. I'd love to England. Got you in a lot of trouble with them. Them. Directed by David mallet. It was a parody of a northern British soap opera Coronation Street. With the band members dressed in drag, guitarist Brian May later said the video the band and was initially banned by MTV in the U.S.. No, hot space. Was it really abandoned America? Not that video. It was banned. On this day in 1980, Pink Floyd's another brick in the wall pot two started the four week run at number one on the U.S. single shot. Still not tire ever will ever get tired of that song. Great song. Pig Floyd received a Grammy nomination for best performance by a rock duo group for the song. But lost to bob seger's against the wind, what the? Wow. Looking back, you're like, what the fuck? Yeah. Against the wind? Really? What the cowboys ride? One of his weakest. That's what I did it like bob Sega. A long spin where I did not care if bob Seder at all. And that was that 80s when he did the fucking breakdown breakdown. Hollywood top, whatever they hear. Him and Kenny Loggins. I jumped. I said he just jumped the shock and I'm done with that. He knows that he admitted it. He said, like a rock. I like that song. That's actually not a bad song. The video's great. He's at that train that freight train, but then when Chevy took it, once the song's in a commercial, I can't take it, you know? The only thing bob Siegel he recently retired within the last few years did his last story. The only thing I have to say about Bob Seger is his voice is great. Everything's great, but the dude had fucking teeth like the Grinch that stole Christmas. It's a fucked up grill man. Bob C like that shit was yellow. You know what the greenest smiles? Yeah, yeah, yeah, smoking. How about spending some of them fucking millions on your new fucking grill? Smoking OP's or something? I don't know, it was yellow teeth. Was it called yellow teeth? I don't know. What the fuck did his breath smell like? That's the other question. Just think. I mean, the dude's smoking that much. Your teeth are yellow dudes. And he had gaps in them, like every tooth had its own personality, it seemed like dude had a fucked up grill. He had a kid at a party trick his teeth would sing the Bohemian Rhapsody middle party. Bad, bad, bad. He redeemed himself later with me. But I won't listen to his really as 80 shit, but let's see. Night moves was the Pinnacle for me. Great Larry. He got great live albums. I still say it's the best back to back
"rosa ball" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"There's things we don't know that or not. I'm sure his voice was insured. You know, certain temperatures. If he has a gig that night, he can't have it 60° in his room. So whether he's being a permanent dot or not, he probably had to do it. And the same thing, you know, these, you know, he's also touring with the biggest budget in the world, but you know some of these other bands may not have that money behind. And especially get older, you gotta sleep. You know, you can't stay up all night. So I wonder where the turning point comes from the way you can just go from a fucking backstage party to go on stage, tear it up, scream yell, and then all of a sudden, at a certain point in your career, you're like, I need to take throat loss injuries. I need to kind of keep the AC right where it becomes a real heavy focal point of your day. Of your life, actually. I wonder how that transition happens because I don't think Dave Grohl does that. He's blown out his fucking his vocal chords a couple of times. Yeah, he's in his early 50s. He's not quite 55. I don't think. But getting close. Yeah. I think it's 50 early. Early 50s, you know, at that point, Liam depends on how your degree of dissipating yourself goes on the road, you know? But I think you get that point you got to say, you're not going to make a decision here, you know? So again, to bring up TS for fears, so you have rolling rosa ball and you have Kurt Smith and there he is. Hey, Mark. Mark Smith. Hope you feel better, buddy. How's your voice anymore? That's right. Speaking of voices, so they did a strange thing. I've never seen it before. Tears for fears. The pre show music, you know, it could be like a bad company. They can play whatever songs.
"rosa ball" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"So the shot has a long way to go. The only other bad thing you hear about two great tools defensively but doesn't really use them gets lost a bit off. The Box, doesn't have a great feel for defense and doesn't have doesn't have much craft handle on the ball. You know, he's very Rosa ball-handler and it is interesting at this point home. A slip. You got 15 pixel. You're slipping into undrafted free agent and at least a handful of players that people thought were curious impossible selections here at forty-five. So you could end up with potential, undrafted free agent that somebody people were looking at that they might have, you know, taken a swing out here at forty-five. So again, nobody who's going to make a difference down here this year? I don't mind the draft and stash pick because again at this point, what are you looking for your? Take it, you're trying to it's a lottery ticket. You're trying to hit a home run here, you know, you wash. I'll always think the guy with the Elite Physical, you know. I'll take this guy over. I don't mean to trash him but over a grant Williams type A guy who played productively at the college level. But you know they're suggesting is what it's going to be because who is there was a defect in this draft compared to grin and you got scared for a minute that they going to go in that kind of connection again. So those are you Bobby we joked about it, birth. Are you you said what? What do you do here? I the worst type of pic to me would have been the fill the need. This guy can play and I can stick him into next year's roster. And as he eleventh or twelfth guy off those do nothing for you. You can find those guys all over the place. Like to me, I'd always you're taking a swing here, you know, you don't want to, you don't want to be super risky when you're picking in the top ten. But when you're picking 45, sure they yeah. Take an athletic guy, high-upside, stash and see what he comes back and what he can, what he can be for you. I think that that's perfectly fine, particularly somebody who you think might also have some offensive upside. So fine, totally fine with the pic here, I don't know enough about Cooper to know whether or not. This one's going to be a bad Miss for them dozens of teams agreed with, but a lot of people a lot of people saw me that way too. So when a guy slides it's one of those things where every NBA analyst who had them higher as like what's everyone doing and every team is like, yeah, none of us like this guy but you guys like him for some reason and it appears to Cooper's dead. I so, you know, it is well, wind up in a Cell on a Celtics summer league, right? So you know how you just never know, you never know. So that's one thing in the again, you know, there wasn't anything big and splashy but what was super interesting that happened an hour or so ago is a report that coming from Shams that the Lonzo ball Market, you know, is is definitely something to watch among the team's. We've heard that we're interested. We we know, you know, Chicago and there's a couple teams interested but it's James through Boston and they're really high on the list of teams that are looking at Lonzo. And this is something we've tried to figure out how it works. Cap, gymnastics up against a hard tap, what do you have the flexibility to do? If you're able to do this wage, you know, how exactly do you make this work? And this is a guy we talked about for a trade deadline acquisition. This is the guy I talked about as a potential offseason Target, if they can make it work. How do you make a month?.