17 Burst results for "Sam Phillips"
"sam phillips" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Now you could trust him whereas other rockstars you couldn't could you trust you know chuck berry berry was the best lyricist of i agree. He was the architect of what we call rock and roll. But if he couldn't think of a word you'd make one up. Yeah don't give me no bothe- ration- us by the rationing scrabble. Game and see what happens you know. The coolerator was filled with the coolerator. There was something so great about chuck berry. But did you trust him. Nobody i know trusted. Chuck or jerry. Lee bow everybody trusted china cash. It could be like your cool. Uncle totally know what's interesting about johnny to a lot of artists. You know these start well. And they don't always finish. While i mean elvis. You know he was. He was rock and roll too many people you know. That's all right mama. Jailhouse rock blues shoes. But then you know he went in the army. He came out there. Sort of vegas elvis and later elvis. But johnny started off as this rockabilly icon the same place that elvis starting sense studios sam phillips but at the end of his career. Sort of rick rubin. A great producer comes along. Says johnny we gotta get. You stripped down in front room with your guitar and just start recording and then rubens bringing songs like from depeche mode nine inch nails. You know bano others it. Tom petty and the heartbreakers. Obviously she had never heard before probably sons never heard before and it can reintroduce them to new generation and in many ways he ended the strong as they started. Yup the other cool thing about him. He'd go to prison. Yeah he would and do an album for all those guys of those guys in prison johnny cash. That's right we can trust him. Yeah isn't that something. I mean a guy that can exude that much trust. I think maybe. Mr rogers is the altogether time just in concert johnny investor. We're the as you can tell us. Neighbor jimmy stewart certain. Guys you just went well. If that guy was president. I would trust us through johnny cash. Had this down home you know. He sang about being imprisoned..
"sam phillips" Discussed on Pantheon
"Let's talk about P johnson for a second because he liked it so much. The rocket eighty eight buggy two versions. Two parts remember the famous two parts singles where there was on a and b because the song was so long I think what you say from ray. Charles was one of those now that came out in one thousand nine hundred forty. Nine right seagull. Nineteen forty seven With jimmy liggins doing the cadillac buggy. And then you got a rocket. Eighty eight boogie in nineteen forty nine two years before ike puts pen to paper. Now do you think. I was hearing these songs or was more. The feeling was around. I think he was definitely hearing the songs that's that. He was part of the scene. So my guess is he probably knew these cats and at some point their musical paths had crossed. While there's something we should look into for future. Podcast how much paths cross between guys What was i guess. The early chitlins circuit with johnson. In lagoons and ike. Let's talk about. I turned it for a second. Because he's a key figure in all of this before we start. Can we acknowledge the fact that we know he is not the nicest human beings and he's done some really shitty things in life and he was a total fucking dick to tina turner. We will acknowledge that. But that aside his importance in the early foundations of rock and roll should not go unnoticed or unmentioned. He's a foul. Human new. did terrible things in. I would think we were going to get there. But i know how you feel now. I feel about that. What he's done his time i think he's even acknowledged he was wrong whether he's acknowledged or not The things he did were. Well vote chronic. Yes and this is before. He knew tina before he did it. Almost anything and maybe what. I'm talking about where. I was heading kind of leads us around to what your point is. He gets a chance. He gets an inspiration. He pulls together elements. He's going to change the way things are and he's right but he doesn't get the credit and in the end i don't think he got a lot of the money out of it too because You know you can only split a penny. So many ways they they they worked with sam who got part of the deal and then he's a deal with the chess brothers right and That makes a deal for them and they get more of the penny and all of a sudden. There's not much there so not only doesn't get credit. He doesn't get the big money now. We'll make the big money later but it begins a trend towards bitterness and anger that continues. Maybe that was already there. Maybe it was part of the life style or the way he was brought up but things changed between when they recorded rocket eighty eight and when he started laying hands on people like tina turner and she wasn't the first or the last. I'm sure and things changed. But he didn't. And i think that's what led to that and led to him being one of the more tarnished individuals in rock and roll history because of his bitterness is understandable from a professional standpoint being passionately. Bitter is a hell of a lot different than taking it out on the people. You love or doing something along those lines which i can understand why people would even take that anger out and look we all get frustrated and we all channel differently. But it's understandable. I should say that he was professionally bitter after not being given the credit that he deserved for what he did for that song and how it was finagled around him. Jackie brenston ended up selling his share of Rocket eighty eight to sam phillips for like nine hundred and forty eight dollars a ridiculous amount considering the value via in the second half. I want to talk more about that kind of stuff. But let me address bike from how i've seen through the years. I never understood how he behaved. And why he behaved that way. Okay when we started looking into this. And i saw that. He got stuff stolen from early thought. Well that could fuel a lot of the feelings that you have. The thing is most people can create a long between their professional life in their personal life. And that's another episode for another time. I think we could look into that. And i think the short answer. Is you combine bitterness with narcissism. And what. We have not really talked about that. Much is the role of narcissism in rock and roll. We should probably do a series about that to be honest. We do podcast about that. He writes pretty incredible stuff. Some of the things that have happened because of the narcissism of the participants in the course of the decades of rock and roll history. So so that's what i think about the whole i turn thing it's it's terrible. I guess nine forty was a lot of money back in those days. You're talking about timeframe of the nineteen fifties. It was a lot more money. Men a lot more than it would today and i'm not sure how that translates but the fact is is that people were taking advantage of people who were in need. Were taking advantage of not. Just in this instance but as we have learned in our rock and roll explorations throughout the years people have been taking advantage of the money. Men seem to want to take advantage of the artists quite often and off of their art. And that's been going on since the dawn of business as we have seen and it's really frustrating. Because i would be willing to bet money. If they were white they would have received a little bit more money than what they got because of the color of their skin. No way to tell but that's a pretty decent proposition. They're gonna propose something to uranium. Yeah what are you gonna bose a couple of cold ones. Because that free ten answer at crooked eye for listening to the inbound history rock and roll. I found out it can apply to us and they want to offer a special. 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"sam phillips" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"By AM six forties Conway show along with you Matt money Smith was on earlier with us if you missed any part of that you can download the show we also played a part where pictures came out with this patch yes ma'am the purchase money show our let's go I think I was going on downtown protests him I just wanted to let you know there's a second protest going on right now I'll put out a tweet later this this afternoon saying that they respect peaceful protests as long it is as it's done peacefully and we're in the second row he said it's outside LAPD headquarters and LEDs are gearing up for another long night look like a ton of people looks like dozens as opposed to hundreds but they are gearing up for a one in for something else tonight as you as you for toll you know I've been around a long time a lot of action L. Adler okay we're going to continue monitoring the situation in the meantime we're gonna move on more news press cops running there right as they went to commercial break that's odd all right very good all right let's do this and see if we can get but really good couple of companies in here small businesses promote the hell out of them and maybe getting sort of like a I like a like a bridge loan right will bridge you from what used to be until you're totally open you may need some help with publicity all right let's do it one eight hundred five two oh one K. F. I who is up here at Tyler first up we have Michelle from Los Phillies Hey Michelle what's going on with you not much how are you all right what do you got for us so my family had a restaurant that is banned in the left field area for forty four years and we are collateral Italian restaurant and we've been like all over the news and stuff but I want to you know come on a little bit okay and what's the name of the restaurant again hello Palermo okay where is it on for months and Franklin I'm near the Greek theatre but just a little bit the opposite direction okay all right that's a that's a great place to have a restaurant absolutely like I told town fielder yeah to jump in here Michelle little we love Michelle I love player about the show's been around our sort of universe with KLSX everything for years to have it only been there a million times I've been there with Sam Phillips have been there with Bryan Whitman that's awesome and what do you guys have any you obviously but you know they can go to the restaurant but you have a website you do anything online yeah I mean we have our website up we've got our Facebook we have phones you know everything you've got it our menus online so if you I thank yeah the restaurants outside of Palermo restaurant dot net and you can go on there and you know yeah I guess we have Facebook your phone number yeah and it's it's great old Italian style with the red table clause you know the the red boots and if I could just imagine how beautiful it smells in your restaurant every day when you walk in absolutely unfortunately with the you know what the guidelines they've come up with the red tablecloth you're gonna probably have to come up for a little while but all right yeah I see where it is now Vermont and and Franklin but I the the one dish there that I the people are talking about here is one is the garlic bread I that is unbelievable and then also the the pasta dishes do you guys make a very original and also here's a here's a social media hi comment the the the bottles of wine that are on the wall of those for sale yes every single one of them and sometimes we have a one cent sales thank you bye yeah you buy one bottle and you get the second bottle for any well that's cool all right that's it but it looks really great and and you know the sign of a good restaurant is when the table the candle on the table also works as a pizza warmer yes that's my favorite part about the the former Campbell I've been a waitress and they are like favorites so you probably were born and raised around this restaurant your entire life yeah I you know I am a year older than that location we used to be on holders and then we outgrew it and my dad moved to Vermont and so I was the baby a crash around at the grand opening I learned how to wait aren't I Martin I've answered phones I imagine when you guys run hill hers everybody at A. B. C. live live their lunch and dinner yeah absolutely met so many people from A. B. C. when they were kids only moved to Vermont they came over with us and the cool thing is we used to actually be a couple of doors down from Leonardo di Caprio out awhile okay so he is in our kitchen all I here's another tweet I ask her about the mac and cheese bites so this is a newer appetizer that we started at the like mac and cheese but I it's beautiful that is great and the fried zucchini looks terrific though yeah thank you Jeannie we make a fresh air you know you chop it up we do everything there you know for the most part there's some process where we don't make but we do everything there and then we have our own specialty pizza that nobody else which is I. P. throws up yet also keep on those pizzas her pieces are incredible yeah and that's something which is banned they look fresh like you know fresh deli cut meat right there with the beautiful tomatoes and lettuce on that that homemade sesame our role that is is just unreal yes we do all that and you know we have our full kitchen so we kind of ourselves you know local cut the bread we bake every day so it's always fresh bread like the garlic bread we make every day till that and that's from our bread but we bake and were you able to keep the old photos around the wall the old restaurant bring over the new one yeah we kept them and we have added them and we we have actually a LAPD like allies back there that will not develop three D. but like other other officers come from other states and countries and bring up a patch from their police department you know I the only time there's been one time in my life where somebody asked me for a photograph so I can put on their wall their restaurant and it's a guy up here who owns Philly's best drive and so I was reluctant to that because I want to feel like like you know like I'm a celebrity a whole I've never considered myself that way and I don't want it if I saw a picture of me on a wall in the restaurant I would stop eating there so I I gave him I reluctantly gave him a picture and then a month goes by two months three months six months and it's not put up on the wall right and so which is really insulting right it's like always one of P. is the city of bite you know asking for a picture them no there's no way I'm ever gonna put up so I asked one day ago yeah Bob but not today guy really care but USP for photo I I didn't see any of the walls here he goes on he goes I goes I'm I've been to some parents to ask you because I lost it where is that great I laws that that's awesome hi I'm Palermo and your name is but shell and I bear family run place can I ask for your you were there every day no I I really go in because I'm a graduate student my dad is there and his name is Tony and my brother is there and his name is Tony and my plan so I don't know how I everybody that's awesome I congratulate you looks like a great place as soon as the pandemic is over I'm a slide in there and eat everything I love it come on in thanks Michelle thank you there she goes Palermo that is awesome Palermo restaurant dot net is the website Palermo restaurant dot net and she seems like a very pleasant person very family oriented loves the fact that her parents have worked their **** off to make this very successful restaurant now they just want to get back to what they do for a living and that is to open and operate a restaurant all right very good R. one eight hundred five two oh one calf I'll take more of your phone calls me back one eight hundred five two oh one K. F. I don't care if I am sick.
"sam phillips" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Com for information. I'm Calvin and you're listening to leading questions with Calvin more. This shows experiment incivility gathering people who disagree to sit down face to face and having them discuss their disagreements. Do we ever arrive at consensus? Sometimes what's most important is? We've got the conversation started well. Hey everybody thinks much for tuning in to another episode of leading questions with Calvin Moore. I'm your host Calvin Moore and per usual I am kind of here with my co host kept straight and Steve. What's up guys? Break picking new ground in the historic technological history of the show. Yeah Yeah so We're we're not in the same room with each other at all first time for me. It's the first time ever. I've never called into the show. Yeah makes sense. I've never called in the show either. So it's the first time any of us have been physically separated. Yeah this is. This is weird. It's weird but because normally we all live together in the same house that's the Great Wall apartments. We share everything right. This is really weird. Because it's like the real world got on so it home moms and whatnot just kind of talking about how covert nineteen is affecting them but here in the state of Michigan and in other states around the United States. The school year has been cancelled. And so what we wanted to do was for the first half this week show. We wanted to bring on students who were affected by by the cancellation of the school year. And then on the on the back half of the show we're bringing on educators. Who of course are affected by the cancellation of the school year? As well but before we talk about that we have to talk about something even more important than the cancellation of school now. Goodness and and that's tiger king. Because what the heck people what the what? I've only I've only seen two of these episodes and I was. I was told I watch a couple episodes just for this conversation. Yeah I don't know that I would have otherwise. Yeah so here's the deal. Here's the deal. They're not lot of black people in the show. Are there any black people in the show? There's Shaquille O'Neal in the first episode Hilo Neil. Disclaimer is not a cast member of this. Show not talk show but I was like this is. This is some nonsense. This is nonsense so Here's the deal I I saw it. Come up I turn it on for fifteen seconds and I was like no and then of course it started trending and then I was on a zoom meeting for work last week and my the vice president of by division gets on and he's talking about tiger king and like this is a guy like that. I super respect. The vice president of your. He has nothing better to talk about right now. No and Tiger King Right. Well this is before I mean he started so we're all kind of like doing we're doing right now and so he brings up tiger king. 'cause they're like? Hey what's everybody binging right now? What are you guys doing with your free time? It's like Oh man and they start like five. People started going off the tiger king and when the vice president got into talking about it I was like. Are you serious? This is a guy that I greatly respect and now I no longer respect him Kelvin. Maybe should start with for those of you. Who Don't know Tirkey as you just said there are not many black people on the show are crazy. White People Tigers and guns. Why out there be a black? Why would there be any crazy? But here's here's the interesting thing it's like this is what I would consider like Super Super Redneck people and that's fine. Whatever but like the main guy is like a gay guy and he's a gay he's a gay redneck gun toting polygamist. That's right multiple spouses guy. Who runs a an animal? Not An animal sanctuary but a a big cat zoo in. I would have sworn it was Florida but it's Oklahoma. I thought it was Lord suit. But here's the thing though. He's not the big bad he's like at least number. He's number three on this list. Right now okay okay. Because there's a mastermind a criminal mastermind organised. And then there's this kind of weird woman who's I think also could be super villainess. Do we mean Carol. Baskin we do so. The protagonist of the shows at least a an accidental villain. If anything at all because of he's just kind of dumb there are improbably. There are not one but two figures in this show who are polygamist. Big Cat Aficionados. Who RUN LIKE CULTISH? Harems and totally separately separate states the whole time. I'm watching this. I'm going these people get vote. Oh yeah these people get to vote but yeah so I'm two and a half episodes in 'cause here's the deal. I I told can't hate. This is what we're going to talk about this week. I didn't plan this this particular episode that we're talking about now that we're gonNA be doing now about education it's an audible. It's not what we're going to actually do. We're GONNA talk about Tiger King and my play was talking about it for two hours but then I don't see I feel like we're coming to the end of the natural cycle of the show right now. Six minutes in. I don't know I'm pretty much done but pages of notes. I thought this was about. I only saw I only saw two and a half episodes of it because I got sucked into. Because we're you know we're all socially distance right now. I got sucked into watching another show called Ozark on net flicks. It's on its third season and I was like you know what I keep hearing. Good things about it and I started watching it on Friday. It's like hillbilly breaking bed right. Yeah Yeah it's in. It is excellent. I started watching the first season on Friday. I finished it Saturday and I'm now into the second season. My wife is now halfway through the first season. 'cause I watched it like through the night which is kind of crazy but either way. That's not what we're here to talk about. I just wanted to talk about a little bit. Because it's it's some weird stuff. But he's a weird times times so that being said we are going to be talking about education because Here in Michigan. The school year was initially postponed and now by executive order. The school year is is done for blacks. Actually the executive order the buildings are closed. The buildings are closed I know the students will not be going back to those buildings in the school year store. Essentially the school year is over. I know that some students are still doing classes and have good parents right but I I saw that okay so some classes are still going on. But if you're about to go to the next grade you're just being moved to the next grade unless you were so far behind that that that doesn't make any sense for you So I wanted to talk to students I. We can talk more about that on the back end with educators but I wanted to talk about just to be real clear. I WANNA make sure you're disseminating proper information. Because we've we've done a lot of talk with our school principal. And we've hosted sessions for them and that kind of stuff. Technically speaking the executive order that was put out says schools are closed through at least April thirtieth. They're going to wait and see what happens into may but the general consensus is yes. They are going to be closed but from an executive order perspective. That has not come down yet. Not come down yet. Okay all right fair enough now for seniors. That's game over pretty much right. It's game over so we've got a let's see what one two three four five six six young ladies who are at different points in their educational journey and we wanted to talk to them about About the postponement. Possible cancelation of school. And we have a few high school areas. We have a middle schooler and we have a college student as well so I will just kind of go from what I how I see you on on my screen and so I see As Sam Phillips San Jose. Hi Sam Sam. What grade are you in seventh grade? Dave Dave your daughter's name is Sam Phillips. This is all right. You know what that makes an excellent excellent love okay. I'm sorry go ahead God. So Sam Osama short for Samantha. Yeah you prefer Sam all right so seven seventh grade all right. Then we have a matty Edwards Mattie. What grade are you currently in? I am a senior this year. You're a senior in high school. I want to go back Sam Sandwich Cooler you at Richards Middle School. Richardson Middle School. What city is at in Frazier Frazier Michigan Okay? Cool and Matty Edwards. You're a senior in high school. What school did you attend? Why Matt Highschool Warmer High School in Warren Michigan Correct? Yes Sir all right and then next up we have Mackenzie more Mackenzie. What grade are you currently in? And what school you attend? I am a senior at Lake that in high school in fantasy. Okay Cool Rosie bullock what What school do you currently attend? What year you in and I in technically freshman in College at Occ Community College in my second semester. You're in your second semester okay Then we've got Mariah Green Mariah Green. And what year are you curly in? What school you attend? I am a sophomore and I go to high school. You're a sophomore. Okay all right. I don't know why I sent gray great all right and then anesthesia accent. Anastacia Phelps. What year are you in what school you attend she? I am a senior. I'm homeschool. You're all right. Wow so things were probably have not changed for you. You're like hey we'll get we'll get to that in a SEC. So that's a great year. All in Kent. I'll let you ask the next question. Great we move over to that TAB. Okay so what What do you know about the corona virus outbreak you? I'm assuming that everybody knows that is one what what. Why don't you tell us a little bit about what you know about it and anybody can go in? Any order doesn't matter what the disease that's ruining my senior year. That's all I can tell you know it's also killing lots and lots of people. Basically it's a I guess is an airborne per se. It's a disease where if you get it ruins respiratory system and you get really really sick for a long time where have to be on a ventilator yet? Also it's It came from Mammal. So it's an animal. Flus. Sore Body doesn't know how to correctly. Fight it off. What I learned today is a tiger at zoo. I think it's the Bronx Zoo has been diagnosed with current virus. So like really haw baskin strikes again. Okay so an animal has been has been has tested positive bruce hour ago at the Bronx Zoo Tigers diagnosed with it. Okay all right well. So if human beings who can't get tested yet but tigers were testing what happens so I'll tell you what here's what I know about the krona virus. I know that Steve and His wife and Anna and I are supposed to be at the Fisher theatre right now seeing dear Evan Hansen and we were gonNA miss the show and here we are scant rubbing that in.
"sam phillips" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I try not to categorize it too much in the early nineteen nineties and started a new record label def American and he was really interested in seeing himself as a producer by that time most of the artists that work with it would be really interesting challenge to find a great older artists we've been through a lot and maybe wasn't doing their best work the first person I thought I was trying to catch two labels he had to come back and that was probably twenty five years earlier his daughter Rosanne cash he thought people didn't care about his work anymore he didn't feel the support from the label he was floundering a bit here's guitarist Marty Stuart it would have nothing to do with it in the eighties when I was in his band album after album after album and nothing happened here's Johnny Cash seven days some of the eighties this call and I was just because I just do it because that's what I do and I hate this a friend of mine set up a meeting for us he's playing at a dinner theater in Orange County it didn't feel like a place that was appropriate for someone of his importance to be playing just a fad contractors are not listed in the record company recruitment came down the same way and I like the way you talk to our clients he reminded me of a Sam Phillips what would you do with me everybody else is trying to do we always started in my living room just with the guitar and talking about some of the receive.
"sam phillips" Discussed on KTRH
"Is good as the old of his way to Johnny Cash me and Johnny Chris saying about him and wish to the Britain is fraying this is governed in Khan really I don't even notice like living the second project the music this song he turned eighty on December twenty ninth William Heiser Arkansas Memphis at seventeen came to the attention of the infamous Jack Clement recording engineer for sun records Sam Phillips discovered him he started writing songs he wrote Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys hero you're the breast you're the best break this all hard ever had he wrote my first taste of Texas army Charlie Louvin recorded him he co starred with James Garner and Brett maverick I mean this guy right here in the course he wrote the song you just heard now that that's a life well lived let's close out the hour shall we with Bernie Sanders dropping out of the race let's close out the hour with some of our favorite of our Bernie Sanders bits through crazy he was in Congress for years years and one senator support him nobody likes nobody wants to work with them you got nothing done he was a career politician he did not work so it was like forty one and then he got elected to something it was all just a lonely and I feel so bad that you know people got sucked into it full coverage it's me I'm future dear leader of the Democratic Republic of the United States of America by now you may have heard about the global crisis affecting people from all walks of life I am urging all of you to stay home and don't go to work I'm asking grocery stores not to stock their shelves audiences people ration your water and toilet paper sure we may be taking.
"sam phillips" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo
"No no but it was very direct of Tie. I wasn't used to usually when you hang out with musician. It's all jive and and joking. Baby let me get you another drink but in so-called polite society like we're ARGO. It sounded different but it was the same small talk. Voiding the point saying one thing while you were thinking something else and how did you answer? I said I came here to hear Holland Wolf. That was an easy one. You know why you're here when I said that. He smiled for the first time and he said I must have come to meet you and I felt something like a door. Slide open inside of me. He looked is simple. And please is a little boy and a serious and knowing the natural man and we were just locked into each other's eyes and I heard is a little France. Say Oh the big fellow. Just just to make sure that was bare doesn't and he had a lot of names. He went by but yeah there was of them any E. called Little Guy Banjo anyway. They invited me to sit down and he said he was. A songwriter. And singer is friend played. Some Banjo played some guitar. Drove him around like a combination manager. Gopher had traveled all over this country. They'd been in Memphis for about six months and he said they had gotten jobs at the recording studio were wolf made records and he and Wolford become friends and just as he was telling me. This wolf walk up to our table. Had you met him before no I? I'd seen him but I hadn't talked to him. Wolf was a large man and ever since when he approached it was like the weather change like there was suddenly a mountain or an ocean. Next to you. He didn't look bear just right at me and he said Hello Darling how you feel indices. He looked right deep into my voice. Half an hour earlier I would have been ready to follow him anyway but now I noticed something go back and forth between him and bare almost invisible and wolf said oh I see. It's like that. That's good. His whole tone change. He asked if there was anything I'd like him to sing and I had his record of Monin at midnight so I said that and he said have you heard him sing it bear. I said I hadn't had a chance. I just met him and he said boy can sing. He wants me to give him lessons but he don't need any walked off during the stage of budget pair. Say what was his reaction. Just the kind of shy. Maybe even a little embarrassed jagelonne please. I'm sure you know that Song Moaning at midnight. It's OK song starts with him just kind of Croon and no words just as kind of Mon. It's a song about feeling trapped cornered in lost all at the same time somewhere in there while Wolf was singing. I felt a hand on land. The table bears hand. It wasn't an intrusion. It was warm and expressive. Like I keep saying he was right there with now. We weren't so trapped in we weren't so lost. That was it after that. We were a couple just like that. Louise's stop talking and seemed lost in thought. She poured herself another drink. I had a hundred questions. This was the closest I ever come to some kind of image of Baird not as mythic figure or legend but as a living breathing. I waited for her to go on. Finally I had asked her about the recording. She had played for me of his song. Yes the record. I assume we know all about Sam Phillips. I'd like to know what you remember. This time I'm talking about was before Philip started sun records and discovered Elvis Presley. And the the rest of that bunch. Johnny Cash Carl Perkins. He didn't have his own label yet. He was running his studio and he stayed in business. Doing recordings that he could sell or lease urge to these other little labels in la or Chicago. Wherever is right down there on union avenue mostly. It was Blues Country Boys Hollering about something in a skirt blues. Mainly though wolf was really his favorite Phillips would sell the masters either to these brothers out in la or the main guys were the chess brothers in Chicago. There were real hot for Wolff and wanted him to move to Chicago of course. Sam Phillips wanted him stain Memphis. Did you know Sam Phillips personally? Sure I mean he was hard to miss almost like Elmer Gantry. You know that Movie Hellfire preacher talk about a big personality and he attracted big personalities. You couldn't believe the parade of crazy going through that studio street musicians guys for medicine shows sharecroppers out of work truck drivers singing hillbillies pimps preachers. Wolf got bear janitor. Job Philip Studio up Sam telling him he should record bear will it? Sounds like bear with wolves. Protege was really more than that more like a father son relationship in was unusual because they are so different personalities. I mean it came out in their music off was like a volcano overwhelming. All he'd in rough edges. Which is what Philip Light. Bear was different smoother. I like a Spooky River with things. Hidden Underneath Phillips made that recording. Listen to what I'm telling you you've got to understand. Sam Phillips lack things raw like like somebody was reaching through the speakers to grab you by the throat. Bears Voice will. You've heard it. It was vulnerable like somebody alone in a room. Like he was crying out for his mother or God but God wasn't there anymore. We'll said bear reminded him of Robert Johnson. That surprise you tie praise coming from how he wanted Sam to make record on bear. Let Sam just didn't care for bears approach. It became a source of discord between Salmon. We'll I don't think that alone was what caused to leave Memphis but it added something on the end of the scale. Chess brothers kept telling him how good Chicago beavers career and how much work there was. How could be big star? We'll put them off for a long time. Wolf didn't like Chicago rarely just big cities. In general he was a country boy at heart. Big Kid the four of us would go on picnics sometimes. Banjo is like the chauffeur. And we go out to the country in down by the river and eat a big lunch and wolf would sing in cloud and bear and I would sit there laugh kind of in a world of our own. Sing Gospel songs which surprised me at first or pop tunes. Never expect if you ever heard how we'll sing in the shade of the Old Apple Tree. You wouldn't believe you seeing very pretty you know when he wanted to but then I'm the last couple of lines you turn it into some kind of low down blues practice all up in bear having trouble for being mixed couple.
"sam phillips" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You plan your landscaping if you have a big big project or maybe a smaller project or maybe you want to do that big one and faces the law hunts are giving away a twenty five dollar gift card to the first person with the correct trivia answer and if you you know the answer to our trivia question call us right now at nine a one five three five nine seven three two and Clint Cooper I believe you have our trivia question I do I do okay today's trivia question is one of my favorite jobs was at Memphis recording stoop service working for Sam Phillips and I helped discover Elvis Presley who am I I have a couple of hits for the jail the first I was the first voice heard on W. H. E. R. the nation's first all girl radio station in nineteen fifty five that's cool the extent I manage the armed forces television network in Germany in the late nineteen fifties and the last hit I helped form the local chapter in Memphis for the national organization for women now in nineteen sixty nine who am I okay I take it this is a lady this is a woman that I think save save save save to say all right so if you know the answer to our trivia question give us a call at nine a one five three five nine seven three two and when that to be the first caller with the correct question when that twenty five dollar gift card but no while we're waiting on our trivia winner to call us and talk with us let's talk about your topic about foundation repair and another okay you know what during the break you an hour talking about you refer to it as space age structural grade foam I am yeah but he's a Jew tell me about this phone yeah Joe new technology it's been around on the commercial market for about fifteen years but we now use it and residential settings so here's the deal when your concrete sinks the again the soils not able to hold the concrete up in level it starts to fall down and then we have a tripping hazard so how do we fix that will traditionally all that we could do is break that concrete out but new boards up in and pour concrete right back on top of that same soil that was already failing the first time well now what we do is we drill a tiny hole in the concrete smaller than a dime wow yep and then we and kind of insert a stroll that's not really what it is but just give you a word picture and then we inject a foam underneath that concrete and it picks the concrete back up to words level now when we talk about how strong the stuff is fifteen minutes after we injected underneath the concrete lift back up the level you can drive a truck on top of it well it's crazy so sometimes we do small projects like if the the pool in your backyard had some uneven pieces of concrete we pick them back up toward the level sometimes we pick up people's garages now sometimes Joe we even use it on big commercial projects we picked up a four hundred thousand pound front end of a bridge in Arkansas with this space age from that we call poly level so are really really cool advancement in technology we've invested the money in it on our end to be able to deliver this to homeowners that's quite affordable it's quite quite quick like I said if we're done leveling fifteen minutes later you can drive on top of it and it just phenomenal just I I'm so excited about this part of the process that we can do for people we know you you and I had also mentioned the reason these the soil fails what are some of the reasons yeah a lot of it gets back to too much moisture gel you know we live in a part of the world where we don't get much snow but we get a lot of rain and as the rain soaks into the so of course the sole absorbs as much of it is that as it can and at some point it becomes saturated and then it it just kind of gets big and fluffy and if you have something heavy like aside Walker heavy like a house and it's the on top of fluffy soil so to speak you know swollen soil it just starts to drop and you don't want that I don't want that in my house either but if it happens we would need to do something to get it back up to level and so that's where a lot of our solutions like poly level would be something that we help a customer to close cracks to lift things back up level really returning value back to the home and so you know when you're saying buying these homes where we have a depressed value what if we were to repair them able to give a warranty you know for twenty five years of the lifetime of the house that won't fall back down and we do that all the time that's just it's a great solution I'm glad you mentioned that because on these fixer uppers when you have major structural problems like this one of the challenges that sellers I mean the buyers of these homes can have later when they try to resell is even though they have corrected the problem yeah up it kind of has a stigma on it than that at one time there had been a foundation problem and so having that warranty that you're talking about would really help with the resale of that property knowing that there is somebody standing behind that foundation repair work that's right and we and we hand out the warranties they stay with a house when you sell that house the warranty stays with the home which is great now this is much different than doing a make up fix like patching some concrete into a spot making something look level but it's not really now that I've repair won't help you probably when you're getting one of these loans at certain will help you recoup the original value of the home so and if you're living in the home in your selling the house in our on our Tennessee and a lot of other states to have it it's a property a disclosure that you have to fill out a bunch of questions and you you know you need to be truthful with that if there have been foundation problems in the past you have to say but it's so nice to say yes but we had this properly corrected we have a warranty on it that follows the house that's correct and you know that's what people are looking for so that they can get the the investment back out of the repair that they did with us okay well and they'll also want to go back before we got a break too and talk about how important it is to fix the repair the foundation repair sooner rather than later give short samples of that clan well we did this last time and I think it's a good example recette again you don't go to the dentist and he says you have a little bitty small cavity why don't you go home and eat a bunch of candy and wait a couple years and come back and see me and see if it gets fixed know what dentist never says that he goes it's going to get worse if we don't fix it's not going to get better so your house might have some small cavities it's so much less expensive to make a a focused repair then letting something go for years and then you know you kind of have to have the root canal for your house and so I wish I wish that people would take that piece of advice because they could save themself thousands and thousands of dollars by just addressing something right up front very good well you've got a lot of really good information and now that we're talking about the solutions I'm one also bring up the point we're talking today about how to find it sticks rappers will it's not just the purchase of the home there are six or upper loans that people can do that or refinances on homes they already own and this is all kind of people who either are living in the property as a primary residence clan it may be a vacation home it may be that it's an investment property and in the past there's been a lot a limitation on what investors could do with these whether you get the loan or not right okay first mortgage these first mortgage fixer upper ones that we do today it is a lot easier there's a streamlined process I'm actually there's I'm flying Michael up bricks and from Folsom California on November the seventh that's a Thursday at ten AM were meeting up with the Mercedes Benz place and we're gonna show real estate investors sin and homeowners and realtors how easy it really is to finance fixer uppers and doubt that would include foundation problems sure as well before we go to break I just wanna take a caller okay just one second we got Chuck on the lawn so check let me see if I can get you connected online with us how are you your morning Tom tell how can we help you today well I'm calling to give a comment and we do work Redeemers group thank you so much they have not done a war yet but the presentation prior to this is outstanding we saw a video about this concrete leveling rearranging this whole thing I called and they sent me a book almost fifty pages explaining the whole process which was outstanding did beat also we have an idea what's actually going to be happen then we then we received an email from the sales representative maps knowing who he was before you ever got here he also explained to us who worries from in Florida talk to bodies three kids then when he came to visit he walked through the hole concrete driveway works the whole gamut instead these are the places you have a problem and this will continue to deteriorate okay if we don't do something about it and these options and I think by the time he laughed and Debbie my wife and I we were so impressed with him that was told to get it done whenever you can get it done thank you so much you know also appreciate people who take the time to call and say something genuinely good about someone who deserves it and thank you for calling real state thank you for taking the time to say something nice about Clint and Redeemers group we appreciate you so much talk it was just it was just a quick I mean I mean the 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"sam phillips" Discussed on KOMO
"Garden hoses wall. There's helped direct fire crews to some of the worst of the hot spots in my neighbor was calling me. She knew I was running around saying, we see the flames behind your house. We see the flames behind your house. So I was had a little more urgency trying to get them to come. Come set up here come into our backyard. Well, fortunately, no homes were damaged. Nobody was hurt. Firefighters did say that there were some power lines that did go down because of the flames would banning fireworks. Be justified in places like cloud county will to fire chiefs there say, no, they told clown county commissioners that they don't have numbers that back up the idea that fireworks start so many fires that they need to be done away with. In fact, Ben Andrews chief of clan on fire district, number three says they get more fires started by people putting briquettes into cardboard boxes and Sam Phillips chief of district, number two says during the past five years, there've only been seven fireworks related incidents in his area. Fireworks are already banned in the cities of squint port Angeles port. Townsend the peninsula, daily news reports the earliest the county could impose a ban would be twenty twenty one. Frank lenzi. Komo news in southwest Washington. The number of people living homeless has gone up nearly forty percents just in the last year, we get more from komo's Carleen Johnson. Just like in Seattle. And Tacoma, those without homes across callous county, are living in abandoned buildings cars, camps, parks, four hundred sixty eight homeless people were counted across Callans county, that's one hundred thirty people more than last year. Frank Morrison runs a shelter in Longview. He says a lot more people are staying there. Overnight drug addiction mental health issues and high rents at the root, if at all we can chip away at this and start alleviating all the homelessness that we see the point in time count done back in January records, the number of chronically homeless people as well. Those have been homeless more than a year or more or three times in the last three years chronically homeless countered in the county nearly doubled this year over last from forty eight to ninety one. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Yadel is expanding its efforts to give pedestrians of break. It's more like a head start when it comes to crossing busy intersections komo's Matt Markevic explains at six thousand spring and downtown Seattle. The hand turns white ago for.
"sam phillips" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Back when you were nice and sweet but things change to fight. Benny leave in. I don't meet you. Treat me, right. You go. Get your sample man at wants to fight. Now. I don't need you. Talk to John the wagon, and they stopped shut your mouth until I blow my top. So I'm out. And. I'm going to do some ride known amid nine train. I'm taking never thing except my ball and chain. Now. Long. I don't need you. And. The absolute undisputed king of country music friends. The man that that all of them newfangled new pop country artists off point to say, he's my greatest inspiration. Even though I don't sound anything like him. I don't know man is expressed on this show been subjected that corporate review. No, I didn't run that one pass corporate review. But I know that they agree with me because that was country music Hank Williams to another long gone daddy from whether or two versions one released in nineteen fifty and the other nineteen fifty two on MGM records its most famous for the being found on this great box set of forty five four forty fives. In this box called Mon in the blues. If any of y'all have a copy of that, you know for mentioned fifty two I'll be more than happy to take that one off your hands. Preceding that was Charlie feathers. Doing peeping is from nineteen fifty five on flip records and sun. Records flip. Was owned by Sam Phillips. So it's really the same thing. They're now Charlie feathers started out as a session musician at sun studios. He would play any instrument. He could in the hopes that Sunday making his own music there. And he did and Charlie feathers is another one of my all time favorites, friends, you are tuned into coffee county hootenanny with me, professor, Michael. Thi this is your free weekly masters course in music, you get your heart and your Bleda pumping each Saturday.
"sam phillips" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To the jars. Dave Davies polish off this birthday segment with the great Sam Phillips Sam Phillips or writer of uncommon humor and insight. Sam Phillips like Marvin Gaye, she allows sex and romance back into the religious condition. Sarah, Sean, and I put one of her lesser known compositions where is love now on the most recent nickel creek record, Sarah where and how did you find this song? Our mutual friend Flanagan played a who runs home. Home club here in town called Largo. And he he. Played it for me on tape. It had only been released. I think it must have been cassette or a debt and a live performance. And and he he generally has pretty good advice about songs to learn. This is a beautiful beautiful songs of SAM's. Sean watkins. Jelazon DOE on the base. Sam Phillips where is love now. Special.
"sam phillips" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Off this birthday segment with Sam Phillips Sam Phillips or writer of uncommon humor and insight. Sam Phillips like Marvin Gaye, she allows sex and romance back into the religious condition. Sarah, Sean, and I put one of her lesser known compositions where is love now on the most recent nickel creek Gregor, Sarah where and how did you find this song? Our mutual friend Flanagan played a who runs sort of our home club here in town called Largo. And he he. Played it for me on tape. It had only been released tape. It must've been it's either cassette or DAT and a live performance. And and he he generally has pretty good advice about songs to learn. This is a beautiful beautiful songs of SAM's. Sean watkins. Visit. And so on the base. Sam where is love. Now. All you. Musician. A.
"sam phillips" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Off this birthday segment with the great Sam Phillips Sam Phillips, a writer of uncommon humor and insight. Sam Phillips like Marvin Gaye, she allows sex and romance back into the religious condition. Sarah, Sean, and I put one of her lesser known compositions where is love now on the most recent nickel creek Gregor, Sarah where and how did you find this song? Our mutual friend Flanagan played a who runs the sort of our home club here in town called Largo. And he he. Played it for me on a tape. It had only been released. I think. It must've been either cetera debt and a live performance. And and he he generally has pretty good advice about songs to learn. This is a beautiful beautiful songs of SAM's. Rondo on the base. Is now. Mary. A.
"sam phillips" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Elvis birthday, David Bowie's birthday. And we neither one of us realize that it was one of your boys birthday. I can't believe as the official head of adores fan club of Cincinnati. I should have known. It was also Robby Krieger the guitarist birthday. Any seventy two. And if I forgive me for saying Robbie figures, look seventy two for about the past decade, his career is not a he's. I guess he has age. Well, because as his look the same kind of looks kinda but been for for a while. Held live Jim by about fifty. Jim is not dead on island somewhere with Elvis fans are told you this was a boy, they're all celebrating their birthdays together, right? You know, I love this this day in history thing, so. I've probably heard this. The rumor the legend is that on this day in history. Nineteen forty six Elvis wanted like a first birthday wanted like, whatever like a BB gun or something his mom gave him a guitar instead and the rest is they say is history and for his mom's birthday, I believe with that same guitar few years later, he recorded a couple of songs, and that's where Sam Phillips discovery that you go into a studio recorded a song or two for whatever back, then I'm sure was a lot of money, but it was like fifteen bucks or something and the rest is Elvis history. So we talk about these people being no longer with us. And you I had not seen the story where did this company? This is some reporter asked this, and this is exactly where but goofy. But I think an interesting conversation. So let's have it. So somebody asked to propose the question a reporter propose a question. If you could if everybody. Not everybody if you would be willing to give up one day of your life in theory to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, because she is the the millennials the resistances like icon, she's going to stand and go against Trump forever. And they need her on this on the bench or whatever. But proposed question if ten thousand people gave up one day of their life. It would give route baiter Ginsburg twenty seven years on the court and resist Trump. Preposterous thing. Okay. But it begs the question if you could give one day of your life. Okay. Yes. To a body. And I gotta I gotta say I can't be your wife or your kids, your mom and your dad. WBZ? So give me a unique answer of who. Would you give your one extra day of again that would that would take away one day of your leisure who Ed fingers, would you give it to say that's a tough one because we're just talking about. I'm a big Elvis guy. I think I mean, and you think of olive like, John Lennon and all that stuff in. Yeah. But this I and I started thinking about this when we were talking about author and by the way, seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T L. We'll take your choices. But I would say ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I've always been fascinated by Lincoln just to sow for a couple of hours with him and talk and just hear what he had to say about life would be cool. And the reason that's top of mind for me is we were sitting around the other night, and I'm flipping the dial around, and there was really nothing on it might have been like, I don't take whatever night. And so I'm flipping by the SCI fi channel or one of those. And it was just starting ABRAHAM LINCOLN vampire killer. Can I miss something to you? Yeah. I saw that movie. Did you in the theater in three D? Yes. How was it is amazing? Are you kidding me? I know that's what he told Debbie Graham, Lincoln and vampires and yet I loved it. I I'm sitting there with Deb like on. But it was on the commercial TV. So they stop for nine minutes of commercials. Right. Ten minutes. But but I thought that movie was really good. That's what I told him goes, what are you watching? Because like I said it was just starting and I said, ABRAHAM LINCOLN vampire killer. She's like, okay. Really? And so we both watch. That's pretty good. Crazy enough of a concept that to get you get you hooked up, but all the three D effects had to be really cool in in the theater. Yeah. Yeah. The accident would come come flying. So for my again, and I'd give my day to a kid who was dying of some illness. Okay. But just to be not on that heavy level. Let's see George Washington or a Kennedy. Maybe I mean, give him one more day would have done. It gets one more day live. We can he had done in a day in DC. But that's the thing of a bunch of people what he's all of a sudden bang. I'll now George Washington still living. I bet you could get a lot of you've been to navy been dead for almost sixty years. Come walking out of the White House gone. I'm back a bat. I wanna got about twenty hours take some serious right now. I got this whole I, you know, I I'm back from the dead things you'd.
"sam phillips" Discussed on KPCC
"Quite a bit south doesn't bear mention. This is a song that you. Well, sort of co wrote with Sam Phillips. It's it's one of my favorite songs. It's called sister Rosetta goes before us written by the amazing Sam Phillips and the first time that I that I heard it. I just for some reason thought this would sound so good in Spanish, and so I- translated gotta tell me you can you're so comfortable singing in both English and Spanish. Why one or the other like if this was already an English and Spanish? I don't know. I think there's something about the melody the music is very romantic and something I don't usually do it. I don't I actually don't really like translating songs, but but with this one it was like immediate as it. Oh, my God this in Spanish, and it took me a little bit. And then I emailed her. And I asked her how she would feel about it. And well, she said she said, you know. Yeah. Go ahead and do it. And she helped me out with some some phrases that I couldn't quite fit because some of the words in Smithfield, in Spanish words, a really long anyways. But this is my version, and it's called Rosetta. Six. But sano who? Seek us. Clo. Yeah. They. You. Swell. Needed. Snip? Winging point. Do..
"sam phillips" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Bit sound quite a bit south doesn't bear mention. This is a song that you are well sort of co wrote with Sam Phillips. It's it's one of my favorite songs. It's called sister Rosetta goes before us written by the amazing sent Phillips and the first time that I that I heard it. I just for some reason thought this would sound so good in Spanish, and so I- translated you're gonna tell me you can you're so comfortable singing in both English and Spanish. Why one or the other like if this was already an English why in Spanish? I don't know. I think there's something about the melody the music is very romantic and just something. I don't usually do it. I don't I actually don't really like translating songs. But but with this one is like immediate. Oh, my God this in Spanish, and it took me a little bit. And then I e mailed her, and I asked her how she would feel about it. And she said, she said, you know. Yeah. Go ahead and do it and she helped me out with some some phrases that couldn't quite fit because some of the words in Smith, the syllables in Spanish words, a really long anyways. But this is my version, and it's called Rosetta. Six. But sano. Seek us..
"sam phillips" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Quite a bit quite a bit south doesn't bear mention. This is a song that you are well sort of co wrote with Sam Phillips. It's it's one of my favorite songs. It's called sister Rosetta goes before us written by the amazing. And the first time that I that I heard it. I just for some reason thought this would sound so good in Spanish, and so I- translated tell me you can you're so comfortable singing in both English and Spanish. Why one or the other like if this was an English Wyan Spanish, I don't know. I think there's something about the melody the music is just very romantic and something I don't usually do it. I don't I actually don't really like translating songs. But but with this one is like immediate. I said, oh my God this in Spanish, and it took me a little bit. And then I emailed her. And I asked her how she would feel about it. And she said, she said, you know. Yeah. Go ahead and do it. And she helped me out with some some phrases that I couldn't quite fit because some of the words in Smithfield loss, in Spanish words, a really long anyways. But this is my version, and it's called. Saddam. Says six. Bus. Sika. Doc. Clo..