21 Burst results for "Sam Cook"
"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 Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"I did not warn you but i should've i tend to go off on tangents and and you've been listening to the podcast. So you know I love talking to people and i love having conversations. And i i truly do the podcasts to entertain myself and hopefully entertain my guest then. I hope my audience comes along. But if my guess than i can have a good conversation then i figure okay. It's a success so wonderful i I know you're a writer but go ahead and give us your elevator pitch. Yeah absolutely so. I've been a writer for most of my professional life. Since i was eighteen when i first started professionally publishing i write mostly nonfiction at this point but i have a novel. That's out there. It was published in two thousand sixteen which was a semi-finalist for the thurber prize. American humor my latest release is a memoir called pinups which is about my long ugly relationship with outdoor sports and what that's taught me about being a woman an world so it's it's it's been a wild ride. I mean i've been writing a lot more about what it's like to be an american which is where the essay that you found me by came came through and it's been kind of a really interesting time for us to for us to be alive. Hasn't it is an interesting time and You know Another podcast Terry smith does music talks Which is the premise of the podcast. Is you pick a song from every decade that you've been alive. Oh that's so cool. And you he interviews and tells the story and and the it is it gives you is. It's a good excuse to kind of explore. Someone's life and So he had me on to pardon me listeners. If you know the story but Terry was a guest on my podcast at the very end of the podcast. He says hey. Do you have a few minutes ago. Yeah and he's any told me about this premise. And i said oh. I think that's fascinating premise. So we had a couple of episodes onset listening bruce where we did that and then he spun his own podcast than men for his one year. Anniversary says i want you as the guest because you kind of started this and so he said. Do you wanna use your original seven songs if you wanna pick seven new songs. And i said i'll pick seven new songs and For the sixties. I picked a change. Is gonna come from sam cook because it was right after the george floyd right and and he just recently celebrated fifty episodes and he played a clip from that and he warned he says jesse sounds emotional because when we recorded this was right after this and i was saying almost interiors this is a tough time for our country and it has remained that way You know i went to dinner last night with my best friend from high school and And the amount of things he was saying it now. He's you know he is a my age. Still lives in louisiana and it was very much a red state mentality sir and you know and and and talking a lot about minorities and you know and and it was uncomfortable for me but at the same time i know this is a i love this man like brother and and we are so divided in fact i think one of the smartest things i read somewhere is the the amount of criticism that bruce scott for that super bowl ad the middle for both the far right and the far left tells you how far away a country we are from middle definitely definitely..
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 Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"Oh my gosh yeah check it out. Shut out stephen mashhad. You've been awesome missiles the mind-blowing conversation definitely excited to have you come back. Thank you so much for being on the show a monitored and i look forward to talking to you and a couple of weeks but look what i told you. Figure it out sounds great. I'm gonna check it out and we will circle back. We will circle back for sure. Even though the audio is bad it's beginning. It didn't really matter because we didn't talk about the history of viruses anyways did we. We didn't talk about that at all. We talked about a mind that never stops questioning and we talked about the hidden history of our civilization and who we are. I hope this guy run for president. It'd be interesting. He knows all these people in the business. I mean grew up with sam cook. Now he's in florida. What an interesting guy. Stephen shot grateful. You came on the show again Please if you enjoyed this episode make sure to leave a five star review on. i tunes greatly appreciates. We're going to bring you some more from the depths of truth coming up new episode. Very sad looking forward to sharing it with you..
"sam cook" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"And shout by the Beatles, or let's twist twister benign away with Sam Cook or or led Zeppelin Jamaica, you name and I'm as exuberant about that music more so than I've ever been in my life and this summer's coming out. Tomorrow is absolutely about what's happening, and it's about it's this. This is scurrilous culture and and a warning that we can't let America. The Great America is now number fifteen in the list of greatness of of a floor, no in the top ten. Don't. And the number, one thing in my life is not a song. It's the notion of enthusiasm exuberance. Enjoy and they never lose those. Emotions, and because also that those are the things that helped fuel us to survive mentally in every way way else during a time like this right? Yeah, whatever brings you joy? That's the thing to focus on at least part of your day. You know what I mean, if not all of it whatever your day looks like like you know, have dance party by yourself. If you're by yourself in the or whatever like just like dress up if you want to sit by yourself in the house, whatever it is. Early Masturbation. It's really big. I think that that's that helps the exuberance. Of My next album. A Jewish yourself classic diy on a whole. Concept, album, which is nice. I know it's a musical. Oh, it's the wonderful. That's right. I forgot. You were doing the music. Your song is coming soon. I won't use the title on the my folks out then because I don't want to clash. No, we got a record company here. and. Of course your record again it's wicked. Cool records, and yeah, and it's on a nice colored vinyl, right? It's on red and purple buydell half of it as red and half it as wicked cool records is the greatest recovery. Will they have so many great robots and I'm talking about rock binds them not know. Who I adore, but yes sure. Yep, you're talking about like rock and roll yeah. Little Richard to get back. But with guitars. Never had a hit after nine, hundred, Fifty, eight I, know which is stunning, even great and mighty, which is done on Beverly Hills, kind of went to Lake, number, forty, two or something like that. It's not a big hit. No, it wasn't. He was a big hit. Oh, eat mass couch! Surely that's put him on next to child south, and Riley which a lot of people would take our. You know his. You know it's a different world, but it isn't..
"sam cook" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You have this summer this now John Fogerty's one of these guys like he seems like no one else and you can get understand half the words you say in like in this are very popular song right when we get into it I think I'm with so far right some million times know what you just so it the boom it's our first duet candle together finally do what featuring you when I smite dream come true I don't even know we're going to show I don't really care and looms other down it involves thank you there's a Sam Cooke song called Twistin the night away in a corner near the search her out recently that I love Sam cook I think he's the greatest of all time but there is a lot harder not twisting the night away where he goes he's dancing with the chicken slacks then I was like damn and he had the stricken slacks long water chicken slacks you know there's a couple of.
"sam cook" Discussed on KTRH
"Jim Brown or Joe Montana Jim Brown Sam cook or Frank Sinatra the first one Sam cook or Frank Sinatra okay okay are you could you call if I go ahead I can call and you might be bored I I would be not called thing that heard about black white or black or the white flag I don't really pick up on it and it worked that's when we try to keep it at one of our you're a welder yes Sir how much you make well the well what when I work in a shop in fabrication I make about twenty an hour but when I go out to the refineries it's about about thirty thirty six so little over thirty dollars yes yes Sir so twelve hundred S. on a forty hour week that's twelve hundred so about sixty grand a year and then do you do some overtime what eighty year yes Sir yeah that's that's in the neighborhood he married I am very what is it three years so you can stay home mom you sound really young I'm thirty three okay and how you've been a little Wilder professionally about six years that would be job and how did you get into that I mean I wouldn't show California given a bunch of trouble once and with energy all the time all the time product that cases coming out so I moved out here my dad said he'd moved out here imac to move out here you can start over I guess the over there and do whatever the hell of doing so I decided to run it but fresh how if you were in and out of jail in now your life is is on a solid track what changed what what what happened how did you fix that Feyerick people places and things Michael I left the environment I was in a gang infested became an ambassador for the longer we live there Eric you know hang out with people in my neighborhood thought hang out people from school and little by little dragon in the life and then I when I moved out here I don't have any of that it was basically just a change of scenery and then that book they made all the difference really really yeah the changes here he was with the main the main thing though the main thing I need to get away from that in that area what the hell is Mary I'm not gonna sit and have a couple clips of Europe but nothing like over there they are listening in some forty my dad always with you so I thought I would be getting interested in you know verified that I used to be a Democrat I mean they might believe the convo of his talent but my beliefs were aligned with them those names for you the more you rush Michael Irvin got into the you know conservativism mail certain concern about guys who you know republicanism and it is going to change my lifestyle my at my a little bit but it's my belief that politics is downstream of culture so you first had to decide what kind of person you are going to be what kind of values you were going to subscribe to and you're saying to me you were the same person in LA in here LA and Houston it was simply a question of fallen in with the wrong group meant you engaged in the wrong behaviors when you got out of that group you had some degree of clarity leave Democrat Republican out of it but yeah you you use then wanted to be a good husband and a good person and a good worker and a good American whereas that wasn't on on the table before exactly that that's a hundred percent right it was man I wish we had a thesis Fred I I I really believe that I see I visited prisons my brother used to work at one I see young people that are in trouble you know at every step along the way and I will tell you it's not because I fear becoming a crime victim myself it is because I really want people you sound to me like somebody who's confident and proud of the man that you are and I would love every young person to have that feeling because when you're in the house so when you're in the game you're not really proud of who you are you don't I mean and you know this you've been you've been on both sides of it I would love to be able you know if there was a magic pill we could give people tend to have the life experience because truthfully you're the exception to the rule you're not the norm if we don't fix themselves that's true okay little bit of that good the gun a little bit of listening my bad advice the first time I like to get the hell out of where I was yeah you have kids I have used that children that when when biological son yeah okay all right it it's amazing how those little ones will make you look at your life differently isn't yeah yeah Yeahs now all of a sudden they're not living for yourself you're living far you know we we all we all want our dad to be somebody we look up to and then when we become that add it changes everything because you want to be so you don't want your kids to have to go oh my goodness it's funny how right fall into bad decisions but when we think about what I want my kids with that what I want my kids to have to have a dad who made that decision what makes it really easy to make good decisions it was it could be argued like you have to be careful because if you through years old and a few years old they don't know what's good what's bad so I mean I could be I could be doing it live in the same way with him before and you'd be looking at that he was he just looked at the data matter what I'm doing really so I'd really be careful what I'm doing if you don't know the difference between what to keep and what to what to what's not good you know I didn't know I I actually have no you know I have a theory Fred we don't have to we don't have to encourage young black men to be Republicans we have to show them love we have to show them we have to give them guidance we have to show them how much opportunity is there we have to show them how much pride they can have in their own accomplishment and when you teach young people this when you demonstrate it when you open this door when you show them it's not gonna be easy I was going to give it to you when you show them and they begin to experience that for themselves you don't have to tell folks.
"sam cook" Discussed on Couples Therapy
"That's what we do due together. Where am i post heads at shortsighted. You did the episode with the dude from posts man. I've never seen you like every smiling beaming ear to ear in that picture. It was the greatest moment i was like. This is what love looks like canals creator. Can i ask as you guys have questions or turn the tables. What was your worst. It was there because i feel like he didn't realize what your question was but i can't don't say so delightful. I want to see a fight. I i want to all go in and a timeshare. I'm like the fun friend. The the girl doesn't the guy did you guys have a bad date was learn together. You date and you're like oh yeah we do. Maybe maybe not it was a bad day and the other one was like this is cute. There were plenty of things early on. I thought were dates. Did not okay the tone of your voice the the the the show you use beyond you you. You can't take her time did not want to. Here's the thing you see. That's like taking someone to work so that was not the plan. Was you changed. The plan was to go get milkshakes. That's what andy said that you so. Nineteen fifties all go to asaka it. I don't wanna go back to the fifties. Listen i is is with touchscreen bar sitting a very attractive beautiful black. We're drive around with my convertible in brooklyn listening to sam cooke. I'm like ninety six exceeds. He's like now why he's like you know the story of sam cook like yeah. That's why oh touche ran some extra hard later it did we went to this show and it was like you said milkshakes but i will say. I didn't know anyone at a date dear mean he he he wouldn't come in yeah. I know what i mean like. The vibe was not sensual wasn't essentially this and essentially all this stuff you know hanging looks great. Hey nothing's hanging out. You look great but so no so that's why we so when you were like oh yeah you want to go. See your show it u._c._b. <hes> be so i guess i messed it up but then you held my hand in public kuensel insist milkshake that they're gonna have later. What's a man to think okay. I have a very tactile person. I i'm a i'm a hugger. I'm like i see what's going on your hair. How are you what's happening in one of five people i let it touch me and that's why i like to be in people's lives one of the and so we were like something i took your hand but then was frigid he's like is four circulation. Assuming checking five live popsicles those fingers. That's what happens so. I thought oh so cold and i took your little cohan's. Put it between mine. I care about your life. Oh she was running game. He was running. I don't think i knew you okay so you know oh. He wanted to date you..
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
"sam cook" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"Saying. That is a fairly diplomatic way to say. I mean, there's an opinion among some that not only is James Taylor white. He is possibly the whitest musician. There is he's the musical equivalent of mister Rogers cardigan. Wait a minute. I am. Mr rogers. That's all I like, Mr. Rogers to. I'm just saying if the cardigan got up and play the song sound a lot like James Taylor. But here's the thing. Change is gonna come the song by Sam cook. Actually was originally inspired by Bob Dylan. So how much of a complaint can I really have none. I withdraw my complain. Here's something from an article in the New Yorker about the origins of that song in a story that has come to symbolize the ways in which American popular music intersected with and help sustain the civil rights movement. Sam was motivated to write a change is gonna come by another sixties anthem Bob Dylan's blowing in the wind. When I heard that song he was so carried away with the message, and the fact that a white boy had written it. He was almost ashamed. Not to have written something like that himself. And so he wrote a change is gonna come to try and do his version. It's a great song. It is a great song. And James Taylor. I think you know, it quits himself. Well, here he is. But. Just like. Running. It's been moved home. And then that's on comes in and takes off its shoes. Changes into something more comfortable..
"sam cook" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Moreno. On the part of the immortal. Sam cook have a great thing. Sam. Oh, yeah. Alicia Keys, Alicia Keys, celebrated her birthday this week. Can you believe it's been nearly eighteen years since she released? In love with you. I mean, what a run she's been on she on album number six at this point with fifteen Grammys and counting on the strength of material. Like this. Says the girl. Only like a highway living in. Catastrophe. Burn eyes. Outdo. You can tell. Moreno. Malaysia. How about John you're back here on the drums? I learned yesterday. The Trevor was Alicia Keys music director once upon a time how about that. And how about the fact that it was wolf gung Amadeus. Mozart birthday this week. He was pretty good turns out and not just because he wrote for the mandolin, but who could for yet. A lot of people forgot it actually. From Don Giovanni. I mean, it's right up there with sunny came.
"sam cook" Discussed on World Cafe
"When may this sings Mike Farris performing here on world cafe the name of the new album is silver and stone. Thanks listening to world. Cafe I am Kaleo. The is kind of interesting because this album has seven originals five covers I know musicians will usually do album of standards, or they'll do a record of mostly or all originals with maybe a cover to split the difference. What was it like having did having songwriters like Bill withers and Sam cook on your record that sort of force up your songwriting game? Well, you know. It's it's one of those things where it's like. Well, I I'm always self-conscious of of of my songs anyway. So I just look at it and go, let's just let's just come up with the best. Never try to look if you know what it's like if I years ago, I stopped listening to Bob Dylan records when when when I would start the process of writing. But I'm now, it's like, okay. I'm not going to be about Bob. I'm not going to be Bill withers. I'm just going to do my thing. And and pick the songs that I really wanna saying that fit my voice, and and write the songs that that move me, you know, and. And that's the way I go about it. But you know, when you're if I looked at that way. I mean, I'd probably quit making music. You know, you about giant, you know. Yeah. Yeah. So wait a minute. I I wanna jump back to something you said. So did you find what you were if you were listening to Bob Dylan records before writing that you would inhabit some of his nuances in that you wanted to keep yourself clear from that is that is that what I'm reading. No, I realized that I would get. It would it would overwhelm me. How great he was. And and it would make me just wanna quit. So I would just yeah. I would just look at it and go, you know, what? Bob dylan. I hate your guts, and I'm going to quit music forever. She, you know, same thing with Stevie Wonder and save, you know, years ago. I remember sitting down listening to you to record on headphones at that just come out that the friend of mine had had ball and. And I'd gotten stoned and played this record with some headphones, and it freaked me out so much. It was so perfect the production on this thing. I was like, you know, what I'm I was working on a record at the time. And I was like, you know, what I'm done. I'm over this. Yeah. So wait a minute. What helps you sort of feel secure because you've obviously recorded several albums. You've won a Grammy. You know? It's it feels very comfortable in your own skin with the music and art that you made what helped make it easier for you to not be. So not worry so much about what other people were doing or not letting what other people doing affect your productivity or your creativity. Right it. Well, it was getting sober and getting a clear frame of mind to to start with you know, and doing the work that I had to do to to become so Bor and gather up the tools for for basic laugh tools that I was missing. And and through that I gained confidence in you know. And started to get on feet and started to discover my place that that that I'm supposed to inhabit here. You know? And and and and it still, you know, and then it puts you on a road of now, you're free to discover and explore and find, you know, new avenues of music in a way that I wasn't able to do when I was when I was using you know, so that was that was the big the big turning point for me. You know, your experience with drugs go back to when you were a teenager. How did you fall into that? And then how did you get out? Fell into it. I think the same way probably. I don't know statistics. But probably the way most people do and. They they come from broken homes. We come from broken homes, create broken people and. And so that's that's where my journey began. And from the time, I was fifteen tried to get clean around twenty twenty one didn't work I overdosed and almost died, and then got an a rock and roll ban..
"sam cook" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Business trip and don't need sixty two. He heard Sam cook bring it on home to me 'nother, another great song and said, yeah, do something like that went back to his hotel room. Five minutes later. Brennan song. Yeah. This fabulous. Glad to plant Jeff marr joins us. Now. Jeff's podcast bet. The process would Jeff. And the mysterious Rufus Peabody who may or may not exist. Actually never seen him. Jeff had his first losing weekly high standard for proving something. Two and three. But if you bet every game, Jeff Ma you plus five twenty fifteen and three he's doing very well twenty two eighteen and three. I don't think you added last week's staff is that what is correct what I at twenty two eighteen in three you have to you know, what you are on the show. Do not I could probably go back, but he was. Okay. Twenty two eight you're still making money you're making money. All right. So what have you got? I this week. This week the beam as just a general overreaction you. You know, the funny thing about the NFL is that you could save the entire even is a small sample size because you play a huge game. So I think you tend to get a lot of overreactions throughout the course of the year. The first game is going to be Detroit, plus the seven over Chicago, Chicago has been obviously very good against bad teams this year if Detroit about team, I actually don't think they're bad team. I think they're the slightly below average team. And I think some points is too many points for Chicago to be giving. I I don't think sococo is a great team yet. I think they're becoming a pretty good team. So I like the plus seven there. Okay. So the pushback for me is they got rid of gold. And there seems to be some negative reaction inside the team. Do you worry about that? I think that's also going to be beam this week..
"sam cook" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic
"Yet. There's telling me you gotta stick it out. You got John. Stuck in. Right. All so I don't know. That's what I'm going. We're we're okay. Alley, which is my wife said that she had multiple basketball. Play. Most women do they like whatever team that got the cutest plan. Maybe we know we keep quiet on that. That crept, you'll be talking here. Let's get into a rip gotta question. Okay. L. sodas post on Instagram, and I thought this was something. Should be posed to everybody. Everybody policy, one second. I'm sorry. Go ahead. So the question, the post that was only as the Graham was beyond, say, does not have a legendary sewn is weird if you think about it, what is her purple rain over Billie? Jean, she. I, like you said I though. Mike. With something. I feel vindicated. The reason I don't even know. Say like signature song, I couldn't see. Say single, like I feel like those anthems those just for the moment. Hey, I think those. I think those moments we said, echoes Wayne, did you go to. Damn there any vent you going to hit us on. But I feel like the only reason though songs be popping for those certain moments because you got women who just that's they joint those what we know their zone we do. But I'm saying the question is, what's our legendary song she went? Is that really like a purple and Billie Jean, some, it's not for you because you're not a fan of. This guy get what you're saying, like twenty years from now, what's going to be the signature song. She you. You know that that's that's definitely show. Exactly. Which I don't think. I don't think she has one last album got some joints. I think stay in the test of time. The catis lemonade, joy. Oh. I'm watching. She got some joins us. Gonna stand the test of time, but I feel like some of them Jones tougher. Like some of the songs that you are. Legendary songs that songs the full bitter bitter women. So it was always going to be a bitter woman. So. But purple rain. And Billie Jean there has nothing to do with nobody's actual individual's emotions. I get what you say, but that don't matter in this in this argon. The reason why don't matter is because like you say, twenty thirty years from now certain songs beyond, say, going to play and old women that loved it. This is no different than how her and say the temptations and Sam cook and all that. Djoko. My shit all the time, but it ain't what does it go? I imagine nation. Go bang, bang, bang. Show to women on the on the live said they don't believe they have. Thank you a headstone. Hey, I bet you say who they are, bet you like those. I could. They cool with it. I don't. I what Jason? Okay. Listen to. A regular one of these people wanna park air should know if they say on Iraq. Oh, okay. I think songs that's gone. That's gone. You know, I mean, you talk about purple rain and it's a different time to, let's let's point this out. People away music. So phase. Because so much come out..
Harvey Weinstein, Assault and Noah Cyrus discussed on Jared and Katie
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"sam cook" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That's sexy. Even at Oakland. I'm just gonna say it was fun to sing. It was an everybody. Like I said, it's absurd and yet she's really fun to emulate even if you're utterly incompetent at it. She's so it's fun to live in those those phrasings and to to try to play around with them. I think she's just, I think she just credible motivator to all kinds of invites you to sing along even though you can't match it at all. That's what I'm. Trying to say. I also want to just say that we take for granted now the idea that the roots of our MBR in gospel and that so much of that music borrows from the gospel tradition. And I don't think people acknowledge enough how much of that comes from her early work at the transition that she made. She was kind of a prodigy in terms of like a team gospel singer and finding her voice in pop. She brought so much of the freezing in the ideas from gospel. And now we, we all kind of like take that for granted like, oh, yeah, that's just thing is like no Aretha Franklin. Got you that you know, this is a person who won just like almost a dozen Grammy's, right? Like over the course of more than the her height, right? And also when it comes to civil rights. When I think of respect, that's a song which I think groups that were coming out in the sixties and seventies and demanding civil rights could use as an aunt. 'them so to speak. But it wasn't sad and it wasn't a Adrjan. It wasn't a spiritual. You know, it was something that actually was quite joyful in its demands and think about how many songs like how many pop songs you know are both like urgent demanding about a kind of activism but actually are not dour right, or don't make the listener feel bad. I mean, I can't even deliver that in a speaking voice, like just that that same kind of idea and she it in a song that like people wanna dance to at weddings, it's kind of an incredible thing. I mean, boy, she came by that gospel prodigy stuff pretty honestly. She was the daughter of CO Franklin, a massively influential preacher and singer, and she spent her childhood like being raised by people like Mahalia, Jackson, right came through and saying surrounded by people like Martin Luther King, everybody's from Martin Luther King to Sam cook, too. Suspend her entire life from her childhood to the end of her life. Just being around that class of people and still finding a way to elevate her surroundings. It is hard to believe that she was able to sustain success and importance and power for a career that spanned sixty years, and it's hard to picture someone doing it again, partly because I mean, we talked about her as an interpreter. People don't like to do that anymore. She was very private. You know, there were things that she wrestled with, but she didn't really like to speak about them publicly. She did a little when she put out an autobiography, but now we're living in the age where like all of these singer spend a lot of their time trying to manipulate an outwit, the news local about them and this and their own narratives about them. You know, you can't. You can't be an interpreter because we like know everything about you and what you're singing about. And then things you've talked about like the end of monoculture. You know, like we're. Not all listening to one thing anymore. And I think that she again was a product of a time when that was really routine. It's hard to picture. Number one, I don't think we've heard of voice like that since. But number two, it's hard to picture someone even having a career like that. Now I've racked my brain trying to think of like who might be kind of a wreath of Franklin or just someone who is talked about as having just like such an incredible voice. But I just think there's so many more limitations now on what what we let women do with it, how we think they're supposed to look, which we know she also wrestled with like how people talked about her looks and her weight. I think that is even more acute now her her passing is also passing of like a certain kind of artist. I think that's for sure. True. I guess, for sure. True..
"sam cook" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast
"Towards the end of the song and additional keys lay on top at a higher octave giving an outra solo closing that is serious yet smooth. The song is about a special woman that Josh is in love with everything about her as powerful. I mean, she stands out above the rest and makes him feel alive whenever he's with her. I really liked the symbolism that Josh Kisco uses to describe her in. The song. So, yeah, I am a fan of lyrics on this. So she is a lady comes from all around. She's many places, but she's homeward bound. And now she walks kinda funny. I think she knows day by day by day I love grows. She's a lantern in the night. She's outta sight, mama, mama, mama Ma, hey, it turns tonight, fire light star shines in her. I it makes me feel like I'm alive. She's outta sight. Yeah, all year. She's alright. She's alright. She's alright. She's outta sight outta sight. Electric gold, our love, tender care, heels of set in grass and maidens fair. Now she rise to the night on a silver storm sword in hand, our fates torn. She's a Sparrow of the dawn. I love his born and then there's more mama, mama, mama. There's more mass, but I'm not gonna going can do. And then, hey, turn tonight. Firelight star shines in her. I it makes me feel like I'm alive. She's outta sight. Yeah, all year. She's alright. She's alright. She's alright. She's outta sight. On a site? Yeah. Ooh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This is funny as the days passed by my mind. Are the wrong the right, you are my sunshine, and as the night begins today, we are the morning Berge this scene against the sky. So I mean that's on hand like nice poetry, too. It did. So now my favorite song on this record is one that I was not expecting to hear from good of an fleet. They surprise me delightfully and it was real cool. They do cover of Sam cook. So change is gonna come. I like it a lot. It's a cool cover. The song starts off with a single notes being played by the bass guitar. Instead, he kicked drums all the same time. It repeats one more time and then the drums roll the song out. Greta, van fleet makes an make the song into a slow even pace rock ballot for the most part with organ in the background, the base leads navigates the song with the jumps coming in a close second, the rhythm, guitar and acoustic guitar are in the faint. Background behind the bass and drum the background vocals sound like acquire in the background of giving the song of rock and soul gospel feel. ABA leaving my I mean. Very well may be acquire. She said, when it was reading the liner notes, it didn't say anything about that. I really like this covered because the base stands out and it sounds amazing on the song and because the cover, like I said, it's so unexpected and surprising when you hear this record. This is definitely my papers on on the CD the songs about. I mean, this is about living heart life and not knowing what happens to you when you die. Is there a heaven? The songs also about looking for a change, believing that things will get better with that change not being defeated because you know that the change you're looking for, it will come and it will be worth it. So it actually I'm going to read them. Let's read Sam Cook's lyrics and see how Josh sing that me. Yeah. What Justice definitely did them Justice, and here they go. So change going to come. I was born by the river in the little tent and just like the river baby. I've been running ever since it's been a long, long time coming. And I know a change is gonna come. It's been too hard living, but I'm afraid to die. 'cause I don't know what's up there baby beyond the sky. It's been a long, long time coming in a know a change is gonna come. Then I go to my brother and I say brother helped me please, but he winds up knocking me back down. I follow down to my knees..
"sam cook" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Musicï¿½
"Six and nineteen sixty seven. Now none of those la- beat. Singles made it commercial impact. However, the masquerade is next went onto. Memphis to audition for the producer chips, chips moment, and the group of preceded record a total of eight singles at American studios beginning with nineteen sixty. Seven's. I don't want nobody to leave me on, and this is a bowl of so a mixed of soul music talking about. Tell me how from the masquerade is coming up next person that emailed me from San Diego, California, when a shout out to San Diego, California, California's been listening to a bowl of so Mr. j falconers a big fan of the legendary Mr Sam cooking, and we had like a little Email conversation going back on whether you know, I play Sam cook, and I said, of course, because you know what Sam cook. I always say he is the father of soul music. He is. He is the father of soul music, and he, you know, Mr Falconer share with me about some of the songs that he like not telling you know what? I'm gonna play. You. Something special that I like one of Sam cooks. I think one of one of his one of his hottest records another Saturday night. I ain't got nobody. And this is a bowl of soul, this job York, and you're listening to a bowl. So with Terry. We shot. The tall. This. Dada. Not on the. Just. Shot. Another fella. Of being bolivar's and she had a stranger similar to that. Just. Nobody. Two chicks. Let them off. His fellow. Helpless. This here. Just guy. Our. This guy. Morning. The..
"sam cook" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Yeah dance with me or hit forty with amy headed to flight la where it was going late at night get on that flight with amy and next to me and here's another cool thing about what sean is doing that he's on a tour that where he's performing i'm talking about you like you're not even sitting right there but it's it's a tribute to sam cook yeah tonight actually we're doing like just a regular old oh god damn well i'll sing is some same okay school but yeah the rest of the tour is a tribute to see him cook yes yeah we're doing like an hour of his about like forty minutes of my own okay so it's the longest ever played in a suit sweaty is what is shows possible and it's a lot of fun when you get to your songs can you just take all your your off like you would normally exam and i kinda just i don't really i don't really go for like that on this i feel like it'd be like kind of a kick to the gravestone or something you know what i mean like just when i'm going to pay respect to him cook as much as i can but not that yeah you you know know it's a classy grownup show but i still mine is not clear yeah i'm going to be a full on idiot so tonight's normal idiot show on the plane it's not illegal yet right.
"sam cook" Discussed on Lip Service
"Happy you know the thing that ffected me was my father who i say was a preacher i found some playboy magazines in car that's born and if welded affected me because i would've gotten beaten for it right and there was this man that again was preaching sort of pious nece and in the find this in yeah affected me it's sort of was telling me that he wasn't who he said he wasn't sure wasn't true right i didn't know what to do with at the moment but i was a sort of saying you tell us you know key used to say keep your panties up keep your dilly dili's in your pants you know that was his mice to us but then here was all business nasty splitting their clitoris open all shocked so that was by the time boyfriend who was a really great guy and i have to say was very gentle with me and and very encouraging always know eric your sex you know you know what you're doing all your good everything but he really feel no that doesn't hurt only had porn and i was like okay but because it was around him seem like something that was a stimulant right not that it was anything that was the first time you were affect a sexually support but the first time you saw a porn it affected you and negative way like what is this yeah because again they make everything around having sex or being sexual at all like your dima in the subtly feel like i mean we couldn't even listen to secular music would say oh you're going to hell and all that stuff you here's their type that's what we get but then he would seeing like sam cook and he had a great voice and he would dance but when it was when it was he would flip the script and it would become complicated when somebody would try to play both sides and hypocrite.