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"sam cook" Discussed on WGN Radio
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them was called it's wonderful to be in love from 65 uh -huh absolutely and that really caught me too but you know they also label emerged MGM for again a while they in were also on SOM sounds the early of 70s Memphis but then they were I on MGM can't remember the but one they was had called a couple touching of really me good songs okay in the yeah that was early 70s that was SOM when I was sound at KYOK of Memphis and the other one I finally bought the CDs on these things and the other was a really good good one called another so nice another really to be good loved one by was you called yep soul it train came out right before okay touching now me that I don't also know what was sounds was it a for years flipside either I don't know on because YouTube I got or the CD maybe but I had I'd some heard of the these songs for singles too but I thought that group was just really good well they were now there's check a soul train it I've just never out sometimes heard so yeah I'll have to go well I'm they're a very catchy just that little song I their mean stuff it's was just real good and it has Sam Cook yeah it absolutely did a hundred but they had originally been percent the Del Rios yeah and and it's interesting not that sure was that interesting that hurt him or helped him interesting as far as that as goes well and you can hear some yeah of some I I of that thought stuff they were I including thought they were great and a little I bit on thought stacks Goldwax was and great on was meteor only around before for that like so four or five years and the two the two guys who owned it one was a hardware store guy who also had owned been oh a these session guy really at Sun the and reason I remember Goldwax he is they he had their had offices co -founded on Chelsea high Avenue in and it wasn't the far from know the offices that of but I Charlie think Rich's they put out business you know manager about 60 Cy records Rosenberg also maybe on and Chelsea Avenue so yes you know 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"sam cook" Discussed on No Agenda
"All right so that was abc back to screw ab abc. Those guys are so. Nba future work. They're predicting nineteen dollars. An hour and there and then they cut from that because he missed the beginning of that when they cut to do new weather woman dylan. Who's is pregnant as a house. So it's kind of like a throwback to the original al roker. Okay that's one way of looking at it. The old old al roker before he had the staples yes so To bring in What's his name the guy who a carson daley is the of course she'll get any po- pop start lists through and they took the toy hall of fame you go into that. And then they quickly good jumped to a classic classic scam. The rolling stones new five hundred greatest songs ever wait. Was this the stones or was this Metallic rolling stone magazine. Because metallica just did this. They didn't alvin does rolling stone magazine. Okay gotcha the five hundred is just a list. It's not an actual collection. Okay i got it yeah. No there's no collection just a list so everything at the top five hundred all five hundred tests on five hundred five hundred. Can you name ten flat at the top three. Okay brown sugar now. These all problematic all songs woke. This woke five hundred five hundred. Everybody here we go number. Three number three is change is gonna come by by What's his name. Sam cooke number three song of five hundred. Okay yeah that's the yes k in k. I'm ready for number. I can't wait for. I guess number one. What's number two. what's number two. Oh you'll never guess it's i think number two is you're cheating cheating number two is it's raining. Men fight the power which public enemy really fight. The power is woke to. It's very woke now. Let me think about number one number one. I mean if you get this. I'd be stunned idiotic. Is there any hint. You can give me without totally giving it away. Because it's such a vast as going from public enemy to Sam cook. I mean that's hard Again i'll give you one eight local. It's a female singer safe. That would be than it has to be ella fitzgerald louis. Gels dot even on the list witty. She'd be houston. Great ella fitzgerald part of five hundred. Okay aretha franklin with respect. Yeah you got it really could you off. Yeah okay now. Include me off no include me off. Well you got it. It's respect is the number one five five hundred grade songs of all time by the way this includes mozart. Well hey let's just let's just listen to one more time an esp asan tps respect. Wow okay way to go. Rolling stone five talked about these lists. I've been involved in them in their done to get attention and they got. They're going to get a lot of attention as is listed arctic while and that was still we're still on nbc. Now that's nba. That's the nbc. Now we already did. Abc cbs. i'm sorry we did a stupid thing. Okay now oh. By the way they the last thing on. Nbc has to say this they did get one plus one more plug. I really jammed it in today. One more plug for a new movie coming out that i didn't know about and then other movies. Why are you doing this movie. Steven spielberg is doing west side story. Oh yeah no. This is th Yes and there was a big control over that. Because they couldn't they were trying to put non hispanic latin x actors into the gang. This will not stand. I don't even want to discuss this but let's go to. Abc see us central intelligence broadcast systems. What were they able to. Was this bad this guy. Tony de la- whatever is one of the hosts. All i saw on here the until the day did cut away from this. But this guy apologizing on the air and given grief by two. What's her name the the black woman that can't remember the name ever gale. Gale cheviot gail. Who's just a worst. He's apologizing going on and on and reading mean tweets about this about. He left Freezer door open at the house and thought out. A month's worth of his wives milk. There was breastfeeding close rips. And so now she would woman that the mom was pissed and everybody that jumped all your horrible man and they talk about killing him. One person after you're at you have you're right you hit your your right to kill him not serious about it above i did. I'm just he's reading the tweets. I was horrible so then they cut to uh didn't they cut to some promotion for some woman. Who is doing a cookbook on old recipes. Hello mimi what are you doing this weekend. Mimi's been trying to. She's doing her egg book but she's got millions of risk of announced all about baltimore cooking and they bring over going back to old school. That's what's happening. And all we got these all and they got old recipes from this woman's made a collection a huge collection of suggested some millennial a huge collection of two hundred cookbooks old cookbooks. Two hundred my wife. Got a thousand cookbooks. After watching this segment i we have a gratuitous bookshelf in the dining room. That just is a bookshelf of jews. Rando cookbooks that i that. They're basically for decoration. And i've got seventy five cookbooks in that bookshelf. I mean there's this this is like you said you sound on one hand flabbergasted this is taking place and the other hand a little maybe a little And i i was gonna say what may envious up because you guys should have a book in that collection. You should be on. Cbs plug in the book. We have a better chops. And that's where i'm saying of course you'd on Millennia can't have anyone over fifty on these shows anymore so forget it is beside the point.
"sam cook" Discussed on No Agenda
"All right so that was abc back to screw ab abc. Those guys are so. Nba future work. They're predicting nineteen dollars. An hour and there and then they cut from that because he missed the beginning of that when they cut to do new weather woman dylan. Who's is pregnant as a house. So it's kind of like a throwback to the original al roker. Okay that's one way of looking at it. The old old al roker before he had the staples yes so They go into bring in What's his name the guy who a carson daley is the of course she'll get any po- pop start lists through and they took the toy hall of fame you go into that. And then they quickly good jumped to a classic classic scam. The rolling stones new five hundred greatest songs ever wait. Was this the stones or was this Metallic rolling stone magazine. Because metallica just did this. They didn't album does rolling stone magazine. Okay gotcha the five hundred is just a list. It's not an actual collection. Okay i got it. Yeah there's no collection just a list so everything at the top five hundred all five hundred tests on five hundred five hundred. Can you name ten flat at the top three. Okay brown sugar now. These all problematic all songs woke. This woke five hundred five hundred. Everybody here we go number. Three number three is change is gonna come by by What's his name. Sam cooke number three song of five hundred. Okay yeah that's the yes k in k. I'm ready for number. I can't wait for. I guess number one. What's number two. what's number two. you'll never guess. It's i think number two is you're cheating cheating number two is it's raining. Men fight the power which public enemy really fight. The power is woke to. It's very woke now. Let me think about number one number one. I mean if you get this. I'd be stunned just idiotic. Is there any hint. You can give me without totally giving it away. Because it's such a vast as going from public enemy to Sam cook. I mean that's hard Again i'll give you one eight local. It's a female singer safe. That would be than it has to be ella fitzgerald louis. Gels dot even on the list witty. She'd be houston. Great ella fitzgerald part of five hundred. Okay aretha franklin with respect. Yeah you got it really could you off. Yeah okay now. Include me off no include me off. Well you got it. It's respect is the number one five five hundred grade songs of all time by the way this includes mozart. Well hey let's just let's just listen to one more time an esp asan tps respect. Wow okay way to go. Rolling stone five talked about these lists. I've been involved in them in their done to get attention and they got. They're going to get a lot of attention because is listed While and that was still. We're still on nbc. Now that's nba. That's the nbc. Now we already did. Abc cbs. i'm sorry we did a stupid thing. Okay now oh. By the way they the last thing on. Nbc has to say this they did get one plus one more plug. I really jammed it in today. One more plug for a new movie coming out that i didn't know about and then other movies. Why are you doing this movie. Steven spielberg is doing west side story. Oh yeah no. this is Yes and there was a big control over that. Because they couldn't they were trying to put non hispanic latin x actors into the gang stand. I don't even want to discuss this. But let's go to abc. Cbs intelligence broadcast systems. What were they able to. was this bad. This guy tony kupuna. Whatever is one of the hosts. All i saw on here the until the day did. Cut away from this. But this guy apologizing on the air and given grief by two. What's her name the the black woman that can't remember the name ever gale. Gale cheviot gail. Who's just a worst. He's apologizing going on and on and reading mean tweets about this about. He left Freezer door open at the house and thought out. A month's worth of his wives milk. There was breastfeeding close rips. And so now she would woman that the mom was pissed and everybody that jumped all your horrible man and they talk about killing him one person after. Yes you're at you have. You're right you hit your your right to kill him not serious about it above i did. I'm just he's reading the tweets horrible so then they cut to uh. Didn't they cut to some promotion for some woman. Who is doing a cookbook on old recipes. Hello mimi what are you doing this weekend. Mimi's been trying to. She's doing her egg book but she's got millions of risk of announced all about baltimore cooking and they bring over going back to old school. That's what's happening. And all we got these all and they got old recipes from this woman's made a collection a huge collection suggested some millennial a huge collection of two hundred cookbooks old cookbooks. Two hundred. my wife got a thousand cookbooks. After watching this segment i we have a gratuitous bookshelf in the dining room. That just is a bookshelf of jews. Rando cookbooks that i that. They're basically for decoration. And i've got seventy five cookbooks in that bookshelf. I mean there's this this is like you said you sound on one hand flabbergasted this is taking place and the other hand a little maybe a little And i i was gonna say what may envious up because you guys should have a book in that collection. You should be on. Cbs plug in the book. We have a better chops. that's where i'm saying. Of course you'd on Millennia can't have anyone over fifty on these shows anymore so forget it is beside the point.
"sam cook" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"So i'm i'm very hopeful that even though it won't come around while i'm still living even if i lived to be shit ninety five one hundred hundred fifty years old but hopefully as i mentioned before by the time the twenty third century rolled around at this world is still here. This earth is still standing if someone can get a hold of climate change and get serious about that and started making the necessary changes for the betterment of our planet the health of our planet. Then hopefully we'll have a society where unity harmony exists for real windows world sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad you could be with us. So that's my that's my soliloquy on nine eleven also wanna give a special dedication also want to give a special shout out to the to the greatest to the legend to my musical hero to my musical idol. The great otis. Redding whose birthday is on september ninth. I'm recording this on a friday night. So as according to the tenth so the happy belated birthday to the greatest of them. All otis redding As i mentioned before my musical hero my musical idol and also more than any other person outside of my family of course in terms of who i pay great reverence to in terms of the entertainment field in terms of the musical field which i am a great historian on especially when you're speaking about old school. R&b nineteen sixties type of music. I mean i have my favorites like james brown. I have my favorites. Like sam cook. I at my favorites of course like oldest ready and my favorite like salmon. Dave moving into the seventies. I have my favorites of stevie. Wonder have my favorites up donny. Hathaway i have my favorites of the eisley brothers. I have my favorites. Of course the four tops. I have my. I have my favorites of course but in terms of the totality of who they are who they were as people none for me stairs. Up to the greatest of all otis redding. That's why you know. Every december tenth. I always want my podcast. Try to give reverence..
"sam cook" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Springsteen book ending a set of music about different career choices that one's factory from his darkness on the edge of town record. I'm nicole sandler. Special labor day musical salute to workers to labor to the movement. And that's that again was about jobs. We started it with. Bruce springsteen is working on the highway. It was defoe working on a coal mine. Chain gang from sam cook followed by the pretenders on the chain gang. Tina toledo's streetwalking. Blues a salute to the sex worker from ryan adams hammer and a nail indigo girl celebrating manual labor and wrapping it up with bruce springsteen's factory. I think now we should veer off to the struggle. The fight the reason labor day exists as a holiday by request. This is joan baez and joe hill. Happy labor day. I dream nice joe. Last ally says chew your ten years on everydollar a copper unskilled in the shot. You joe says more than to kill a man says joe standing the big ass and smart says who can never when on.
"sam cook" Discussed on Racing Post
"Welcome back now so much. Good action york last week with no even tipped Towards the handicapped performed to. So i'm gonna get one standout run from each of our panelists today. Keith let you go first. You caught your eye Out of the big field handicaps york but it only watched the sort of granular level of like to mostly been staying races settling attempts to handicaps and i thought the melrose was a racist abar myself. These are really progressive through units all the way through. Now look at the top. Sex valley forge was really impacting. Just knifed field on. The bridal was really really impressive. Michelle what. I thought was still green. Ribbons creek castle is extremely unexposed. Aunts m just one on his ear the time before du schon was in the middle of the track and and maybe that wasn't the place to be only did ultimately switch and tash gannon king of the castle of reasons to be mocked too. I mean i just think he followed about four. It looks extremely good to me and often does work melrose form. So you're not gonna get rich to not particularly but these horses are gonna turn up an and racist subsequent. I mean ravenscraig. Castles rates seventy eight. He's going to go up to and could run in on what to eat to eat again next time that he's a very very progressive horse needs to be taken seriously King of the castle. Tho- has have you could tell me. His head was street. I would see he have market up quite a lot but yet i'm not going to name a horse. I'm just gonna see look foldout melrose for them because that first five or six very good horses in fact even to an little mitigation for study to apologies to to viewers any. At least those. Who didn't back i e because you finished eighth but some he. He was in the middle of the track. Little thank you a little bit better than not. But i'm not saying you should've been placed in the classical sense or anything but you'll do better than that one day so yeah just about melrose. Form is great. What in case. I agree what about you. I quite liked the race on friday. That was one boy. Sam cook the was code sky bit handicap. Yeah mall four furlongs. A thought that sam cooke won that race. Very very well i. She packed from hole in that rice. And i thought he was just going to hold everything he they kept coming to frown. Honi pushing them away. Ton in hawaii tend to why and then i just looked in behind and they sam cook and he was just traveling like a an absolute express train and Always thinking please don't find anything. Please don't find anything and sure enough. So i'm data. He went away and one well. But i thought that For that reason it was a bit of a standout performance in the handicaps. Really because when you see a host that is so obviously traveling well who then goes and puts the race to bed in the way that sam cooke did from from a host. Enthrone whole like i say. Pretty much batted away every of challenger. I thought that that was a good rice. I've been following frozen whole for a long time. I he was disappointing in ascott when nothing he fell out the traps and then he pulled really hard him rare in any town off again. Next time i think but some this was a real good efforts From foreign holdback vermont and a half because it being run mon and six these previous star so yeah. That was the right to me. That i'll be taking a few of the One fifty eight. You'll come friday. Sam cooke bates frown who. I think that both firm useful. She's going forward is very useful. Appoint lawns now arm reach for the moon. The form of the lots of in the chechen stakes. Roy alaska still embiid new in the futurity stakes in ireland over the weekend. Reach for the moon when the solorio at sundown on saturday out of these two horses compare case in. Who saw would you be on next year. Indeed if you look at the two thousand guineas betting point loans does seven so on favourite reach for the moon double the odds at fourteen even six teams in some places to be brought great. I'll going in apology skies jiro. Let's talk about some of the now. In point lonsdale beat reach for the moon in chesham stakes lasca earlier on in the season indeed neurons lebron's challenger remained unbeaten in charity stakes. In orland over the weekend whereas john gosden charge when the slower states. Sundown how do they compare and he would. You rather be on going forward in terms of next year's two thousand guineas when lonsdale is the seventy one favorite. Reach the main double. That price thought that reach for the moon looked far from the finished article. Mad at sandown on the weekend. I thought they still pit free. And a navy stuart little bit green as well but some like the mighty powered how he was really strong up the straight at sandown which is always a good sign of course is a race that john go often as one which some small before i think he wanted with raven's pass and To don hots and some of these other stars competed in it as well so he obviously holds rates for the moon in high regard and when Finished second behind point lonsdale. The point lonsdale was spectators. If defeat was out the question they don't get it wrong too. Often it ballydoyle. Do i end the vibes. Coming out of the then with a point on there was very very good. Oh so the fact that reach for the moon was able to give him a write in the pair. Ford i think three and a quarter arrested some escort. Mark those down as possibly to the best two year olds we were going to see the season so it's proving because obviously point lonsdale won very impressively at the curragh on saturday night as well a very very short price. Double if you wanted to do it. But i don't think you you would've ever had any worries Because point lonsdale might oh and looked relentless. He looks a bit more professional. A typical ballydoyle Typing the looks right. He looks like he's already finished. Article in some ways in a probably will keep on improving given the way that they train them but he barely does put his head down trying battle. Awhile wouldn't be anywhere. Anywhere is about summit. So i think that he will be the almost the ideal type for next year. She's not as appropriate for daulby. And i think they are two of the best to euro coats. We've seen this season and not only that..
"sam cook" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"Sullivan and took all the air out of the room. When it came to. who's awesome. Who's my favorite band. Inspiring all these other bands. It's just the timing. Had sam cooks a change is gonna come had a chance to sort of sit around in the public consciousness for a week or two in may have been a bigger song and a bigger hit may have made more of an impact when i'm looking at the wiki entry on on this record the album itself. Ain't that good news and they do say and this was in the movies. Well when night miami it said The change is gonna come with its soaring gospel sound and powerful first-person language was written in response to bob dylan's protests anthem blowing in the wind and became a one of popular music. Most well known message songs as well as sam cook's signature recording. What a way to go out unfortunately too early in life but if this was going to be his swansong his final statement. What a statement. That's exactly how i felt. That's why this was not a hard exercise for me to go through to find a swansong album that i really think sort of typifies that definition i know there are several other ones. And you've got a good one to come up but thanks for. Thanks for proposing this idea. It really reconnected me. To sam cooke to his vocals to his writing to what he did as a social justice warrior and it was just a it was a really pleasant rediscovery. I agree and i encourage our listeners. To go and seek out this record however you find it go by stream it go on youtube. I'm sure they have it on there as well. And just listen to it and let it wash over you. And i think that you're going to come away with a message certainly resonates for our times. Johnson use terms where the meaning is kind of murky. Take the term swansong. It's supposed to be a final artistic statement but it's a weird word because according to merriam webster online dictionary swans. don't sing. They whistle or they trumpet. Then webster goes on to note but according to ancient leads or maybe. I should do that with that in a world voice. But according to ancient legend the swan does sing one beautiful song in its life just.
"sam cook" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"The whole thing before. And i came away thinking will. This isn't just twist in the night away. you know. this is a lot more going. Oh my gosh. there's good times there's obviously a change is gonna come. There's there's a whole orchestration that takes over the second half of the record. That's not very present in the first couple of songs and you realize as you look at the writing credits sam. Cooke wrote half the songs on this record. He wasn't just picking songs written by other artists are having songs written for him. You know like other artists elvis presley. he was created an he was directing the band. He was directing his producers. He knew an exact sound he wanted. Especially for a change is gonna call me at a very specific way. He wanted the song done and he directed it. I'm almost embarrassed to say this. But my introduction to sam cooke was not because i was out there buying the records as a very young kid as most people know. Or maybe if you don't you'll know now. Sam cooke was shot by a hotel manager in los angeles back in december of nineteen sixty. Four before you and i were born so i didn't grow buying his records either. The song on the radio. But my first introduction to sam cook in a big way is he is so prominent on the soundtrack to the ridiculous movie. Animal house. the one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. John landis film with john belushi and everybody else that was in that movie. I was one of those kids. Grew up in the late seventies in an area. that didn't have cable. So when we got cable one of my neighbors and a good friend of mine was able to get showtime one of the first cable tv services you could pay for and they had about seven movies on a loop that they just played all the time and one of those animal house. I can literally quote every line from it and sam cooke music is featured so prominently in that movie. That sam cook and listened again to the album. Ain't that good news. It was like why. Am i thinking so much about animal house right now. Because his voice his music his band's music was the soundtrack to that particular movie. So if that's how. You got acquainted with sam cook. It's time for you to get acquainted with the final record that he recorded before he was unfortunately literally assassinated at the end of nineteen sixty four. The album is called. Ain't that good news. It is literally record. You can just put on or you know streaming out your phone while you're driving home sometime. It's less than an hour to listen from start to finish and it will transport you to a different place. The vocals the arrangements the maturity in the writing. It's sad that it had to end there. Because he was just a young man. he could've obviously produced so much more material. But if you had to end it some way ending it on ain't that good news is good news. I would like to just highlight the lyric. The opening lyric to a change is gonna come it starts. I was born by the river in a little tent. Oh and just like that river. I've been running ever since this is really a bucket of stuff. And he wrote a lot of the lyrics based on a tour that he was on in the south surprise where they tried to to get a room at a hotel in louisiana. And we're turned away. And this is at the height of his popularity when everybody knows who he is and he's selling out auditoriums and still he and his band are turned away at a hotel in louisiana. And that was the final pushing points for sam cooke to start writing about the civil rights movement about african americans being kept down by systemic racism..
"sam cook" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
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"sam cook" Discussed on The Nix
"The way she is love her acting and i even kinda like her directing. I think both of us might have a little crush on regina king. Okay anyway. She loved this movie which is a fictionalized retelling of Well one night in miami where malcolm x. and cashes clay right before he changed his name to my mohammed ali. In fact the next day he did Sam cooke and jim brown two names that have eased on the end of them for no apparent. Reason is wrong I didn't think i was gonna go my fault. It's a play based it's based on a play by cam powers and he also wrote this screenplay. So what did you think justin. So i i mean there's i don't want to frame this because it feels reductive in weird of like. Oh it's a you know compared to houston inside. We obviously theme these movies together because they are about black history very important utter told stories. But i think what this movie made me kind of think about justice blackman's i was the variety of Stories about resistance and protest and sort of how how that intersects with masculinity and how people can be sort of like soft sort of protesters and hard protesters whatever that means very loaded. But i think the movie really explored that in a fascinating way and regina king directing nece for me was why this movie did the that as well as it did serve like i am directing this movie is ultimately these four men mike. They're barely any women in the movie and yet she throws herself into understanding who these four men are not necessarily like in real life but like in our pop culture immagination of them and kind of what their intersection might have produced a certain as far as cultural change. And i just. I found that fascinating and it made me just love her even more like she's the star this movie the so it's it's beautifully filmed. It is really tight. It is based on a play but it's also doesn't feel hemmed in claustrophobic. I didn't feel that at all and that's always my number one complain about Yes i mean very early on. I texted you and said was this the play. Yeah tell yeah yeah. You're right. But i didn't feel claustrophobic. By but i could definitely tell the you could feel the entrances and the exits of the characters where the scene changes would be and again. Beautifully shot incredibly. Well acted. I talk about leslie. Juniors wig at an upset me in ways. I don't want don't want investigate too hard. However if you're going to have anybody try and be sam cook. He did a great great job. I'm thinking sam cook. Oh the last seen. Oh miami longley good and you're like oh that's absolutely so. Yeah i mean 'cause especially sam cook patsy kline told the most beautiful velvet voices ever and it's just impossible to duplicate them and i thought that leslie odom dude did a great job i thought and i need to look it up the gentleman who played malcolm x. I thought he was wonderful. So that was i've never. We've obviously seen a spike lee malcolm x. And you know eyes on the prize and various things..
"sam cook" Discussed on WTOP
"Cash, sir Plus Luke Luke W. T. O P News to 22 Last week, We learned the nominees for the Golden Globes and the SAG awards. Well, today we learned the winners. The Washington area Film Critics Association. Nomad Land Dazzle D C critics to win five awards, including best picture and best actress for Frances McDormand. Honestly, who wouldn't want to live in a van in a national park until the pandemic blows over coolness? I'm just how splice Chadwick Boseman one, a posthumous best actor for My Rainey's Black bottom, As if to say, Long live the King of what conduct if my dad had to know what I was gonna turn out like this. He wouldn't name he gave me Oh, supporting awards went to Leslie with him. Junior is Sam cooking. One night in Miami and you young Eun as the grandmother Inman, Ari and late wt O P. Alum Joe Barber lives on with a memorial award for the best portrayal of D. C, which went toe Wonder Woman. 1984 Jason Finally, Wtlv news to 23. There are some power outages this afternoon in Northern Virginia Dominion Energy says about 180 people are out in Alexandria, another 140 in Fairfax County. The reason is apparently a faulty switch in Alexandria and equipment issues in Fairfax County. The company hopes to have them fixed by 9 P.m.. We'll keep you updated until everyone's power is back. On double d T O P. Let's see what's next in money news markets. They're working on records trouble placing your bets last night. Jeff label. It's 2 23 Dave Frosted here. One of the things I love about betting on basketball is I'm always finding new player props or game props that I like. And what's cool about Fanduel sports book is you can combine these props with other beds from the same game to score and even bigger payout. It's called same game parlay bet and you can on Lee, find them on Fanduel bet on the over under and the point spread at the same.
"sam cook" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"It. It's really good. Something you know should be marveled at and notice which is getting somebody nomination. Yeah no i think she's a. She's a wonderful talented person. I mean like a the are less things. She's been involved in bed just the even with Does make me excited for what comes next If she chooses to drag but yeah we would just all the talent. I mean not even forget can powers bets. And that's another big player here. I mean just. He didn't write the play right. did he just adapted it. yeah. I think it's just a daft on them. Okay yeah wrote the original. No he was he the script writer for this movie. Yeah i mean yeah that's that he is a b. Is a growing figure here. I mean that not even with but with the animation. You kind of see that he is able to point it. Does drawing great kids destroy characters and then mix that with our a at least respect to black culture and it telling us stories properly in that has a wide. I notice from this soul Seeing i'll tell by both him in regina king is just a match made in heaven with the production crew and the cast a have here. Yeah given a mess latch. I don't have them mud. I'll have a lot to say that. I don't think works here. I mean it's an excellent film. Yeah okay can i. can i get my Yeah this is a very riveting and deeply interesting film. It's based off a play about a supposed one night that happened. After muhammad ali won the title. You have these four titans of their industry and fields there and you've got mohammed ali. Who is this upcoming. He's just won the heavyweight championship tidal. You've got jim brown. Who many still considered the greatest football player of all time. You got sam cook. Who is was a great soul singer. And then you have malcolm x. Who is who is fighting the fight and trying to get You know equality for people of color and african americans. And i gotta say i love the actor that plays muhammad ali. He feels like he embodies him much personality. He sounded like him. It felt like ali was there. And i also love the guy who played jim brown. He sounded like jim brown to me. Are here and of course leslie odom. Junior is amazing as sam cooke and the guy who plays malcolm is good. He looks like malcolm x. c. Looks like i mean is just the deeply fascinating entertaining film. And if you're into history if you should just watch this just for any of you have any interest in sports history music. This is adjust to know what was going on and we talk about. You know you talked about chase. Martin luther king people. The fbi had a file on end epi. I had a file on all of these people because they were prominent successful african americans in a time where the government and a lot of the country did not like that and regina king. Wow put great director on top of her list of talents and amazing actress and she does a great job as her feature film debut. Yeah this is a very high good another acting powerhouse but the actors and the material make this a more interesting film than it could have been unless hands and a congrats to her for her nomination. And i hope more nominations come towards their well. I almost enjoyed that. That that leads us to our last thing which is a little spoiled tackle. The midway point in the one division disney plus. Spinoff amion cody. When it's began both of us we were adored by or like madison's awesome..
"sam cook" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From their Google sweets, which allowed them to teach remotely. We expect to hear again from the mayor and union tomorrow. Again, and for now, remote learning continues tomorrow. Chicago area temperatures will take us into a deep freeze over the next few days. W. Chan chief meteorologist Tom Skilling. Here's what follows Tomorrow's mid thirties 16 on Friday at 10 on Saturday six on Sunday, maybe get up to the upper teams because we've got a snow system coming in on Monday. That will temporarily push the coldest air out. But then it washes in behind it again Tuesday and forward next week. Your full forecast coming up for prosecutors in Wisconsin are asking for an arrest warrant for Kyle written house. He's the ENIAC teenager accused of fatally shooting two people in Kenosha and of shooting and wounding a third during protests that were sparked by the Kenosha police involved shooting of Jacob Blake. He's now accused of violating the terms of his $2 million bond. Prosecutors say detectives went to the address Kyle Rittenhouse, listed on his bond and found he no longer lives there. Written. House's lawyers have since released a statement saying in part written house and his family have been living in a safe house because of death threats. Rittenhouse has pleaded not guilty. President Joe Biden held docks earlier today, with both House and Senate Democrats. He's signaling that he's still open to changes in his covert rescue plan. White House press secretary Jen Psaki president and Democratic leaders also agreed to continue working to find areas of bipartisan agreement in an effort to integrate ideas and make the process as bipartisan. As possible. Biden says his proposal of $1400 direct payments to eligible Americans must stay in the bill, but that he's open to lowering the income threshold to qualify for that money. Member of the Seattle chapter of the far right Proud. Breuer's group has been arrested in Washington state in connection with the deadly January 6th breach of the U. S. Capitol, the U. S Justice Department, says Ethan Nordion and also known as Rubio, Penman. Is charged with obstructing an official proceeding entering a restricted building and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Three year old boy was hospitalized earlier this morning after suffering three gunshot wounds in Gary, Indiana. The police say his mother was at work when it happened. The caretaker is being questioned. Sam Cook's tells w G and he lives nearby in the 1700 block of East Seventh Avenue, and that was all right. I don't really know the four story but the thought of a chapel in a trigger three time now there's been no update on the boy's medical condition. Carjackings in Chicago so far this year have now surpassed 200. That's just over the past 34 days, the latest reported last night. 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney tells w jeans and a dove Lantus. Some of them in his opinion could be avoided if drivers paid more attention to their surroundings and took extra precautions. I think people just need to be AH, lot more street smart. We live in a city you've got it. You've got to be careful with your Children, your assets your Garages. Your cars, I think if it's if it's inconvenient, let it be inconvenient. Anyone with information.
3-year old Gary boy shot south of Chicago
"Year old boy was hospitalized earlier this morning after suffering three gunshot wounds in Gary, Indiana. The police say his mother was at work when it happened. The caretaker is being questioned. Sam Cook's tells w G and he lives nearby in the 1700 block of East Seventh Avenue, and that was all right. I don't really know the four story but the thought of a chapel in a trigger three time now there's been no update on the boy's medical condition.
"sam cook" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Right, actually some pretty good stuff. Like I said before. I won't spend too much time on this first one, because it's kind of like a companion piece. Um Netflix, Remember, I mentioned one night in Miami and how good that movie is. Well, there's a companion piece that I consider to convene. The pieces of documented came out at the end of 2018 called remastered. The two the two killings of Sam Cooke. And it's a documentary about Sam Cooke and his his impact not just on popular music, but on the civil rights movement and Sam Cook's birthday today, by the way. Well, hey. What if we could think anyway, Uh, point being is that he was you know, he was the one guy when I watch one night in Miami that I wasn't really familiar with. You know, I mean, I knew some of his music. Of course. I think he would be more in your wheelhouse, obviously, Um, but, you know, Malcolm X caches play. You know, Jim Brown, you know Big titans and Sam Cooke, in his own way was a titan of industry and both music and the civil rights movement in this details that now of course, the details is shocking. Death of the age of 33. It's only an hour and 15 minutes. Like like I said, It's a great companion piece to give a four out of five. I would like a little longer one. That's the reason why the less less rating but it's really, really well done. So you wanna check that out on Netflix after you watch one night in Miami on Amazon Prime Um, The film of the week, however, is called news of the world and it's a western, You know, few westerns there are nowadays I love it. Yeah, And this is made by Paul Greengrass, who is probably best known for the couple of the Bourne movies, the last tube or movies, and he worked with Tom Hanks and Captain Phillips, the two story of the Somali pirate drama that happened this one's a little bit different. Tom Hanks stars as Captain Kidd no relation to the pirate. Who makes his living. He's a he is a civil war veteran who makes his living going from town to town in Texas and reading the news on so you know if you've got a nickel, you know you come in, and he reads the news is almost like a stage show. Wow! And so As he going from town to town. He finds this young girl who doesn't speak any English and was dead been kidnapped by Indians, and it is just he.
"sam cook" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Of course we know him as muhammad ali so he's one Sam cooke is one malcolm x. and then We've got Brown you know the Jim brown and they're all gathered together in one hotel them. It is just great. Yeah and I saw that that was directed by regina king. Who we know jerry. Maguire and so many movies and Yeah I is it a natural progression for as you always hear about actors who want to direct that just the nag regression. Well you know. I'd been in the directors guild of america america since nineteen seventy seven. Answer the magazine nafta members we sell these little onesies and it says. But i what i really want to do. Is people so buffet. Before i mean i'm telling you As gifts you know The direction. Most people want to try directing some people. Try it don't like it. Some people try and do it forever so You know but this thing is so great if happens at miami hampton house motels and it's right after catches clay's defeat of funny. Listen and see four men who get together to celebrate. And so you've got sam cooke and james brown and Jim brown and then malcolm x. And outcome wants to know how they is black celebrities could about social and political change and be hip and helped the community and all these things and so it just gets into all of their personalities. People who like sports were like people who love sam cook and his voice will love it. it is just something It's fictional but it's it's very stimulating. One night in miami. From.
"sam cook" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"And he's about to leave the nation of islam and not be a part of it and he's he's worried for his life and you can tell that in this documentary that he's worried for his life he's worried for his family and he's trying to he's trying to get powerful men behind him and it's dude going into this. I kept thinking to myself like they're really not going to do a lot with sam cook and i was blown away with what they gave. Leslie odom junior in this movie and just like the interactions that he had with malcolm. Maximised one moment. I'm thinking like malcolm xs right the next minute. I'm thinking leslie i'm thinking sam cook is like oh my god. He's making a point here he's making. He's making a huge point here where they were. They talked about he talked about getting royalty checks from the from the rolling stones. Yeah that part there. I was like holy shit like yeah i know he basically says you know i i had bobby womack sell his song rights to the rolling stones and he said guy was sad for six months until those royalty checks started coming in right. He's like he's like you know i know connects is of criticizing them. Like why. are you selling these guys art. And he's like. Do you know who makes more money. The guy who wrote the song that went number ninety four for the black artists or the guy that hits number one for the white artists making the most money. So yeah so it's like he's basically they're both they're both fighting the civil rights struggle in their own way in their own way. And here's the thing like you've got you've got malcolm x. Who throws it in his face. Like bob dylan wrote this song that you should wrote about the struggle. A white man is writing a song about the struggle that you should be writing and it's like that did kind of like and that's one of those things i think in the back in the recesses of sam cooke brain like he knew the that's the song that he should have been writing you know he's writing like all these fucking like justin bieber songs where it's all about love love love and all this bullshit right and it's like you should be writing these songs. Speak from like for for all black people. You should be giving black people that voice at this time and not just trying to fuck in play at these places. Were trying to get accepted by white people who will never accept you and i think that goes back to like one of the first one of the earliest scenes in this movie when all this shows up at bo. Bridges house at in atlanta. And i did not see that scene going where it went and when it where it went i was like. Oh my behind. What fucking shit. I thought i thought beau bridges character was going to be an ally in that moment and you find out. He's like the worst of the worst. And then it was basically trying to show you that no matter how great of a football player yard matter how revered and admire you are yeah. You're never going to escape the fact that you're black. Yeah that's basically what that whole scene was about. Yeah i mean it was a good movie..
"sam cook" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Trappings of a holiday season, you know, awards season kind of a movie. The entire city of Miami is celebrating the new heavyweight champion of the world, and I don't even have a scratch on my face. Oh, my goodness. Okay, my so pretty this'll movement that we are in is called a struggle. Because we are fighting for our lives. This'll could be kind of a big holiday film. It's about fictionalized meeting of Malcolm X, Muhammed Ali and Jim Brown and Sam Cooke getting together in Miami. You know, when you think about what happens to Malcolm X and what you think about what happens to Sam Cook. Your first feeling is not. It's the feel good movie of the holidays. So can you tell people more Because I know people who have heard about this movie. I think it's just going to be one of the best movies of the year. Well, it's a really interesting film. Gil and I wouldn't you know it may not feel like a feel good movie. But it is such an absorbing drama about this meeting that, um, that took place in Miami. It's right on the eve of cash is Clay deciding to become who we knew is Mohammed Ali and Eli Gauri. The actor who plays play in this movie is just uncanny as cash is Clay, and there's a lot of humor. You know it. Zubak sickly. It is adapted from a place so It's pretty much set in one room, this one hotel room, but there's a lot of Back and forth and banter and joking and arguing, and it's usually entertaining and it's a great character study. Um, so you know, I think in Leslie Odom Jr. Of course from Hamilton Place, Sam Cooke and another terrific performance, so It's really entertaining, and I think it'll be it'll be really absorbing for audience is one of the films that shows what kind of a trickiness of the movie industry these days and is a film where the trouble is nothing to do with coded. That is the film Monster Hunter. This is Paul Ws. Anderson is adaptation of the video game. This is expected to be a You know, a huge film. Opened in China. And there was like this little thing that I think most people would have missed. That was taken as an insult by the Chinese and the movie just kind of like disappeared from the theaters there. Yes, This seems like one of those unfortunate under misunderstandings where a piece of dialogue that was intended to be a lighthearted joke. Um, apparently some audience members and some people who had some of the movie early we're mistook it. It does. I wasn't there, but it does sound like they misunderstood it as An insult and a slight and my understanding is that they're going to re cut the movie. Cut that particular moment out and then and then take it back. But I mean, by which I mean they'll put it back. Put it back into circulation. Yeah, it's so interesting because the information about that spread on social media with people saying boycott it if even if they bring it back with the edit, because They should have had it there in the first place, and it's it's so fascinating because Social media has become such a great way for people get word out about movies, especially movies that nobody saw coming, nobody thought would be a blockbuster and TV shows as well. But it can also be kind of an unexpected tragedy for movie companies. It is certainly a wild ride. I mean, they are riding the tiger in terms of like you said. That word of mouth you have to be on social media in order to gain awareness, especially now, with theatre's closed, you know, because one of the best ways to create awareness for your film. His other movies, You know the trailers in front of other movies or the prequel Or that you know the movies themselves are the modes of promotion, but without those without theaters open Social media is even more important, and then it can really it can really turn on you. So you have to. You have to deploy it very carefully, so getting back to the movies that are opening that people are looking forward to that either will or will not bring people back to movie theaters. One of them is the Tom Hanks movie called News of the World. And this is another thing where the people have had access to it in some form or another are are saying Hanks is going to be up for an Oscar and that this is this is a film worth saying, Well, you know, it's interesting because I I It's very similar to that to this George corny movie the Midnight sky. They both feature these beloved stars kind of in there more grizzled modes. Let's say, you know, they both support the impressive white beards and they are On journeys on sort of epic journeys through dramatic landscapes protecting these young girls. Ladies and.
How Unlikely Is a Hole-in-One?
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Alabama tornadoes kill at least 23 and cause 'catastrophic' damage
"In tornado devastated Beauregard, Alabama. Chainsaws are being used in the cleanup as residents try to bring some order back to a shattered town Sam cook says his hometown has gone care. What is Astor something that nobody can control? I just read this down. Really regard was flattened by the storm that swept through Sunday. The national weather services there were possibly two tornadoes in the area. Part of a storm system that slammed the deep south and also prompted tornado warnings in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida nearly two dozen people are confirmed dead in Alabama rescue efforts are to resume in the boarding crews have been going door to door using dogs and drones to search for the
Harvey Weinstein, Assault and Noah Cyrus discussed on Jared and Katie
"Allegations Yeah Louis CK yes Thinks. This Siren, Irish Katie five or five Cyrus. Family, themes? Couple right. Let's