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"savoy brown" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"savoy brown" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"Could one day be apart of. But that's a while. Never make it story for another day. In the meantime. I am so excited to have the female. Duo elliott bridge up and lee homes foster with me today. They are the creative force behind the flame. Musical my name is ellie brigitta. I play jamie who has our lead in the flame. I also am the music arranger and co creator of the flame. My day job is a very difficult question. I am a. I'm a freelance musician. So i teach. I work on our podcast. Let's hang out. And i also sing in a wedding band. Hi my name's lee homes foster. I play heather in the show. Who is jamie's best friend and works at the bar with her. And i also am the composer for the flame and my day job is. I am a scientific account manager for a biotech software company. These two ladies have interesting day. Jobs that. I'll certainly be asking them more about that. But most of our conversation will be talking about the flame. It's themes and messages what socially distant recording is like and the hurdles they faced in bringing their show to life but before we get going. Here's lee with a brief synopsis of their musical. The show centers on jamie as as you mentioned who are lee jamie is runs a queer bar and we find out in the first episode that they are evicted from their space courtesy of the daughter of the man who owned the building who has just passed away recently despite sparks flying between them they are now stuck in this situation where one of them is kicking the other out of. they're very very happy. Gay space and we try to navigate that so it is very rahm commie. We are very upfront that it has a happy ending because we think especially for people that is important to know going into the story of navigating through each of their personal stories around this bar and what it means to both of them. In addition to lee and elliot the whole cast of the flame is amazing as well led by the wonderfully talented. Jin colella from the hit broadway. Musical come from away. Also jasmine savoy brown from the hbo drama series the leftovers and selena kennedy from the band's visit and beautiful also star in this podcast musical and at the end of the episode. I'll be playing one of the songs from the first episode of the flame sung by jenn colella. So please stick around for that. Our will ellie and leave. It is so great to have you both here. I'm really excited about our conversation. Today we are to thank you so much for having us. so what was that instigated. The two of you working together and creating the flame the musical leeann. I have actually been working together for four years already before we created the flame. Our initial was at a women's acappella festival in san francisco so we both bonded over our love of music and our love of all things lesbian and so he decided we were going to start a podcast called. Hang out and we've been doing that for four years and then it's sort of morphed into hey we like talking about these things but we also love music. Let's write some songs. And when i say let's write some songs i mean i said hey. Do you want to write a and lee just took the challenge on and as really like become an incredible composer after four years of just like working on silly songs for our podcast we decided. Hey let's write a full length musical and we're here. why not. Yeah why not and so. How has this writing process been different. You know because obviously most musicals are staged productions but this is geared toward a podcast. So were there different different writing process for that. Yes yes certainly for us As only mentioned. I mean we've been doing the music we do for the podcast is. It's just the two of us we write songs for that. That are based on queer. Movies films shows you know pairings on shows things like that and it's usually just the two of us doing duet elliott will do the whole arranging and producing still but it's typically you know either instruments that she plays or midi instruments and we just kind of make you know. Make songs to include in the podcast. This obviously is a whole different beast or writing for an entire cast. non sambol. La's ben recording an entire pit orchestra for us this entire year. One to like. Oh have like one person at a time to build this pit orchestra for all year. We like to show a picture of her friend allen and say he's our string section because you know he'll record. I mean so many tracks for each song on multiple instruments. It's been wildly different than anything. We've we've done up until now. I bet i bet. And so were any of these characters or storylines that you've written nerve any of them taken from personal experiences. That's a very good question. I do feel like leeann. I wrote the story because he wanted to have this rom com. I do feel like some of the characters as we started to write them have turned into people that we know. Like wolfer me. I personally actually relate to the character that i'm playing a lot jamie but there's also this character joe who's played jenn colella and she's one of my favorite characters in the entire show but she reminds me of so many people you see. She's the bar regular. Who's at the bar. She's always the life of the party. She's definitely inspired by that. Like larger than life friends. That you have like is chaotic. Is crazy is fun but has a heart of gold. So i feel like there's a lot of people that i know personally who reminded me of joe and i think joe will resonate with a lot of people because of that. Yeah and i think also just in a general sense like a a more overarching sense. The story itself is not based on specific experience. But i think is just based on the experience of as queer people watching queer bars and especially lesbian bars. Just sort of continue to dwindle Across the country That that as a story it was why we decided you know when we first sat down and said what do we want to. What do we want to write a musical about That that's what we landed on because it just felt like it's real it's relevant it's important And so that was something that we just wanted to. You know wanted to tell a story about yes. So let's talk about the casting. I mean you have some wonderful talent in the show and you had mentioned genyk lilla tony award nominee for come from away now. Did that add extra pressure or nervousness.
"savoy brown" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"We are back. We're back with sportstalk new york on w. gb and we are in beautiful downtown merrick. Long island Looking back that was some performance to on friday night games like that. When you're a met fan of few and far far between the the mets and with the following game they lift you up only to slam you to the concrete. The next day like they did saturday. Nice win today though. And we'll take it and the red sox coming in. let's switch gears. Now keep the memories rolling along our next guest drummer best known as a member of fog hat a founding member along with guitarist and vocalist lonesome dave guitarist rod price and bassist tony. Stevens roger is the only member featured in everyone what happened. We lost him. All right. we're going to. We have a dial tone folks. At least we have that. We're going to try to get roger back with us brian's trying fervently to do that right now and As i said we're switching gears tonight as we do every once in a while and I think he's got him online. And we'll get rock and rollers on how we doing brian. Okay let's let's welcome in roger earl to the show roger. Good evening how are you sir. I'm good man. Yeah we're hanging in there. We're wearing american We're trying to survive over here. You know now. I wanted to you. Aki level is down a little bit. Oh yeah we we got you fine. Yeah no worries somebody bill. That's me. that's me roger. Yeah bill how are you doing. We're doing good. I i wanted to ask you. Roger born in hampton court. Now that's near m- my i m my favorite of the royal palaces. Were you a friend of cardinal wolsey by any chance Now sometimes people have mentioned that. I was very close to being oldest But now i see it was it was just down the road from hampton court where i was born in high school. The best did jewish memorial hospital. My mom it was directly. After i was born in forty six right. She said the people were just wonderful. My other two brothers were born during the war. That wasn't much fun. Now as i remember raja they used to be a pub right across the street from the palace called the cardinal wolsey. The you know. If that's still there now you know. I'm a new yorker. Now right i don't have anything to do with the royal. Was anybody good for you. Roger yeah kings and queens. No doubt now. We're celebrating fifty years of fog hat this year. Now you are still banging away like our friend liberty. Devito says all drummers never die they just keep on banging right roger something along what do you think about that darling. I'm talking to the life now. Go ahead trump jobless dot just keep banging right. She says wash my mouth out. Okay now you were. You were in a musical family. Your dad played piano and he played in local pubs. There was always music in your house. Right roger yeah Both my parents came from the east end. They were ways nosy for having a good time. A lot of great musicians skype in that area. That wasn't professional piano client that he will play weekend actually when when he was very young. my on is Youngest sister told us that in fact he was actually joined A jet fan when he was like fourteen or fifteen years old I didn't know anything about that Actually my father was a panel visa. He worked When i was growing up he worked to ask the mock and and their old workshop in felsen which is about for three or four miles away from where we actually live near He's apple which was a coast. Three tiny back then Not supply the anna and it was all white music in the house. We will probably one of the first people have breakfast pliers We had to grunted tightly colder. We would call south of the tv we had a big projection tv that would sign up with feddie. Small house one side of the ball would have this projection. Tv so there was always music here. Nine fat my father took me much. I real Concert when i was twelve years old took me to see jerry lewis nine. My mother said i was never the same after that. How did she added his right. Yes thank my mom and dad at great parents says she river. They were terrific. Who early influences on the drums. Roger actually say fontes cli- muddy waters. Baby allen's is done muddy waters live at the new for justice for nineteen sixty one Who else The the jumbo. Who played on little. Richard's band was fantastic drama from trial. Pomme freddie was played on or the early chess records with a muddy waters. Chuck berry three already for me about the music Yeah i mean It was actually when i was about i on nine was The money with featured By the rich and other people. And i just go hoops on it but I wasn't up to that level Buddy rich was Special as being crew You know i could listen to those things actually attempting to sort of be like that Music for me. Blues arm being music jazz May need proves in rock and roll. That's what i grew up listening to. Gotcha now tell us a little bit about roger you and lonesome dave your with savoy brown and you left to form fog hat. What what brought that on. Tell us about the birth of fog cat..
"savoy brown" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The kids again. I got this Mr. Bean guy in this English guy pretends to be funny is an actor is something like that Mr Bini go. Rohan Atkinson is his name is English, You know, and all that That implies. He's got a new movie coming out that no one will go see, And he says he's a little upset. He's gonna have to be canceled now eyes. He's gonna have to kill Mr Bean as Michael Pierce, he said this morning. He said. It's important that were exposed to a wide spectrum of opinion. Why you can't say that. But what we have now said Mr Bean is the digital equivalent of the medieval mob of roaming the streets looking for someone to burn. It's so scary for anyone who's a victim of that mob. And it fills me with fear about the future. So that Mr Bean English guy run as his neck and his this is good stuff. He's right, of course, about about all that good stuff. But Hmm, the mob, the medieval mob. How many will Be slain before order is restored to Western civilization into the left is not pro Western civilization. The left is pro left, and they're going to build back better like our wonderful caller while ago is talking about Patrick these signs in the neighborhood. Oh, don't you know? Bring back normal. In fact, I don't know if we have them yet, but the Chris Plante store I'm planning on Doing remember normal? I don't think we have done that yet. Have we? The mugs and shirts remember normal, But at the Chris plants there, we do have a lot of other fun items and Even though Christmas has passed, you may have missed your window. There. Still a lot of great Cobra Cobra Cobra. Joe Biden's naked The Goose is loose and all that stuff I'm old and gas man for Hunter, old Hunter Biden. We have way yesterday. We didn't really get to it very well. But we got to it a little bit. The new hunter Biden theme song We've got new Hunter Biden theme music. It's I guess. Early 19 seventies Savoy Brown, the name of the band. And the song is needle and spoon. Needle and spoon you know, asleep with the sun, but rise with the moving so, mama,.
"savoy brown" Discussed on RPM45
"A week and get one hundred dollars a week. Oh right but i was happy playing because it's doted so dave didn't get paid for recordings we didn't get. Dave never got paid any money for any of his writing. So i didn't see improving even the even though they said it. Would we talked about it at night and we arranged to have a meeting the next morning with myself. Dave and the manager. Harry and we sat down that breakfast with him and said we decided. We're going to leave but we'll stay as long as you need us as long as kim. Not just in. What if you're making a record. Whatever but you know. We'll leave. And with that harry said will never work in the states again and whenever work in england or europe again he had that much power. Well yeah because when we eventually finished. We with an agency cooled. Christmas and i went to see Went to this house. A main dyke. We talked and he said. Harry simmons managed chicken shack and savoy brown which were two of the biggest band in england at the time in europe and he said harry threatened to take these bands away from us. If we book you were genuine. They said with sorry. 'cause we you know we'd like to help but what happened was I'd become good friends of this guy. Tony otd hewlett down here on long island and on the first two i did was to boy became friends so when we left. Savoy brown's foreground came back over to the states. Tony went to see the band. Of course none of us were there and he called me up and say what's going on said well you know we left the band and myself dighton tonia foaming and you've been looking. It gets out by. He'd been talking to albuque- gripes a-and abbott was opening up a starting a new record label burial records and tony. It applied for the job of Working there or run in the record label to fish can actually got it but I think albert grossman actually liked tony. People very bright. Tony deranged for our to come and see us will. We could get gigs. said we rented a club in north west london..
"savoy brown" Discussed on RPM45
"Most importantly roger refers to dave a lot. Dave is dave everett also known as lonesome dave who is with roger and savoy brown before they founded fog hat and even before that roger also talks about albert grossman. He was a legendary manager of such artists. As bob dylan and janice joplin among other luminaries. And he founded bears phil records which was the record label that had great success with cat and vice versa. So now you're up to date. Here's our talk with roger earl. What a beautiful day. Where are you. i'm in michigan. Where my favorite states. I love guy in there. Where are you. I'm out on long island on the no shows Jefferson but a beautiful diet. I mean sounds coming up at the leaves are starting to float down as gold is golden. Sees this beautiful. Yeah same here. it's good to be alive. Good to be alive. Well that's what you strike me as kind of a guy. I've watched you a little bit on youtube and stuff you strike me as someone who really is has a great attitude and just to be alive and yeah but you know. I'm probably one of those fortunate few in this That you're really enjoy an have a fantastic girlfriend I have a beautiful wife and my manager is absolutely unbelievable. I'm suspecting since she's there that these are all the same person correct yes and she has a new york accent. Fucking new york i. She was jazzy. Go briefly but yeah new york. Oh well you know where. I where i come from here in the mid west jersey new york. But we can't tell. Actually i'm a i'm an island. I've lived here since nineteen seventy see. I moved here in seventy three seventy four somewhere. Seventy-three that long ago how doing this. I've encountered a number of artists from out of the country. Who have moved here. You're from england. Obviously london with london. Okay why why do so. Many artists make their residents here. You think selana music blues jazz rock and roll country and western gospel music..
"savoy brown" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"You, boys. Thank you so much. What a body of work. These guys are unbelievable. 23 years. I guess they were doing it when he used to come through Detroit, and they played the Grand Ballroom Grand Ballroom. That's back when no they there's ruled the joint. All those English bands did. Savoy Brown. And, of course, J. Kyle's out of New England had come through the Grand ballroom, and they they do. That kind of music. Too trite related to it was like being a machine shop. That's AH love that burns. That's kind of like he's saying about your recent or your wreath roll infection, I think, anyway. Love that burns Fleetwood Mac. That's before they let girls in the band talking about that yesterday with regard to Stevie Nicks on they let girls in the band and, Ah, they made. I want to say billions of dollars worth hundreds of millions. Hundreds of millions of dollars before that they made money, but Nothing close liquid and let girls in. The band went all of that. They started playing to the civilians but man back in the day. That was a straight a blues band, just ball breaking blues band there there right there. Peter Green. Beaten the heck out of that outstanding iconic Let's park it, er, people have for the longest time trying to figure out how he got that tone. Turned out. I don't have this Turner the rumor that I I think it is true. He took his guitar part a somebody young and still in her learn play guitar. And he took the pickup sound put one in backwards and it was out of phase. And so you got that just beautiful tone and ah lot of people that would put out a face which don't go deep in the weeds here, but you'd flip a switching to get that Peter Green tone. Winkle stuff. In fact, Joe Naylor built one Ah, nah Slingshot guitar. I have one. Give me give me one of those. And, ah You flip that switch, and you just get that sweet ass tone right now What Peter Green knew about the switch. It's about your fingers, and that's it right there, man. That's unbelievable. I can't accept right there. A love that burns alternative bump music Friday. I'm theory next. It's what we do here on Fridays, and that's a good thing. Given what's going on in the world. Right now. This is the voice of reason. Insanity music Friday Ramen. Hold on. Somewhere on their way to an appointment, driving to.
"savoy brown" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"And I'm really drawn a blank. Here I would I would. I don't know out of all time I would say out of newer bands. Of course I'M GONNA go with uncle acid and the deadbeats because I think they're absolutely amazing and they don't get the attention of like a ghost but they don't have a stick like ghost does but I think like musically you know. They're they're far superior but and I love ghost but I think you know. Dick carries them along way and uncle asked. I think is amazing. Musically put on a great live show but for some reason at least in the states. They don't get the attention they deserve. It makes me think of another one in this abandoned that you turned me onto that freak in love. That's awesome that's newer. But they don't you know I don't know it's just tougher a rock band. Nowadays I guess but that Ban. I'm thinking of his orchid. Oh yeah great band. I turned my father-in-law to them. And he just freaking loves that band if you like Black Sabbath love Orca. D- yeah definitely. I'm waiting for them to put out a new album They just really haven't done anything. He keep hearing rumblings about a new album but I really think they hurt what momentum they did have 'cause it's been a while now put anything out and I'm afraid even when they if they do do something again they kind of lost a little bit of is that they were right around the same time is acid and ghost and all that coming out. And this resurgence of a retro type sound but while the rest of them keep going just taking their sweet ass time but yeah the great band. I'm going to go with Metal Church. I don't think they get enough love and I think it was a lot of lineup changes and things over the years but You Know First. Few albums amazing. And then they've come back around and the last Last few things they've done have been amazing to so cool medal shirt while surprisingly old for you just like my co host. Can I say you like them? Young just running. I took both these guys to a strip club here. Called barely legal. And they're both like a little long in the tooth when he was saying ron running also likes things that came out in the in the nineties. Mothers get a slander lawsuit for Machen. Wrong from that reminds me haven't yet definitely want to subscribe to Decibel TV especially in these times. I'm sure you're watching a lot of net flicks so you know rock and runs over there. Doing good stuff he's doing s. t. f. you tell smokey. Tv will be up until Rock and run runyon accidentally uploads something from personal files and he is also up for parole. Everybody you know right in and give them a good word. God okay. So we're done with all the questions. Let's give a final plug to Dams Linda Stresa Ika Ian. Go ahead It's the outlaws in podcast. Ika and Yeah we appreciate everybody's tuned in so far but we want some more listeners. Like the Mugere. You know. We're trying to get that mugere money you let we stole your gigs of the week. So you know everything bug it. I and Josh. Why don't you tell us where people find danger? You danger me danger. He knows you're making fun of him. Because that's a new kiss song kiss featuring Fred durst only for lucky. No the DIABLO's podcast. Podcast can be found anywhere. You find your fine podcast apple podcasts. Google play spot. If we're on spotify I don't know just what I've never heard of that. Yeah well it's it's one of the fastest growing podcast platforms out there. That seemed to knock off a few shows and they're the only reason we're still on spotify. Is Josh Plays Music so new? It hasn't even been released yet so we don't get sued. I don't know man. I just had to play. She looks like a foot or something like that. My Blue Star Colts of foot. She's as beautiful as a foot foot a real song. You don't know it into the latest episode of Diablo inbound again. You will find out yeah to me. Light it by the way this jam. Wow better than just priests where you're really winning over the listeners. Their boss in wrestling terms. I'm what's called the? He'll we invited you guys onto you. Know kind of get the word out about your podcast. But I think you're doing it all wrong. I don't know though I mean the show already had a he'll before it changed names. If I'm all about the Muslim wronging I go. I mean I don't what I'm saying. All right awesome wall was good. Have you guys on with us as always I WANNA do a little experiment and it goes good? Josh you come back on try it again but in would you mind sticking around with me for a moment helped me out. No problem awesome. Josh is good. Talk to you man. We'll break down that cigarette lemonade and brownies. Soon she sounds good. All right. You guys ready to play the game. What are we doing? I don't even know you're GONNA love this. Hang on let me bring up whiny okay. So you know it's time of you know self quarantine everybody's praxis social distancing and everything and he kind of stuck the house and your mind starts rambling. So I decided I was going to create my very own. Guys are GonNa love this because you're the first two contestants on ABC's Rock and roll game show. Yeah are you excited to be here? Yes Sir all right. Here's how it's going to go. Eleven rock and Roll Trivia questions. They're multiple choice. You get four choices for the answer. So player one will be Chris Player. Two will be in so when I asked the question. I'm not going to reveal the choices player to will get the choice to bet against player one so for example. Let's run through a sample one here. I made it real easy one for you so I would say okay Chris your question. We know Anton figures the drummer on kisses dynasty and unmasked albums and as a member of frailties comet. But he's probably best known as the drummer for the band of this. Tv show hosts show so then at that point. Since it's your question in I will turn to you and say you WanNa bet against them now. Ian Doesn't know the choices. Chris doesn't know the multiple choices so Chris than in you decide and say during away. Chris knows that so if Chris gets it right he gets a point. You Bet against him and he gets it right. He gets two points if you bet against him and he gets it wrong. You get a point. I think I think I got this worked outright. I might be complicating things. So get can't do the over under that. He'll get it right but being polack hill spell the name wrong mispronouncing. I'm sorry can't accept that Lerman so then at this I'll give any him at this point you'd say okay Chris. I bet against you Chris and I would say okay. I request again. Choices are David Letterman Conan. O'brien cj Leno or Johnny Carson. So you would choose the correct answer and then you get two hundred points or two points. Let's just keep twos so you get two points so then it becomes ends turn and it goes the same way but opposite got it. Yeah I get it but I just WanNa make sure you know you're not going to give your co host a softball question. No because it's all at random this fair you know. I asked him where the clitorises you know. I did a chance here. Last time I checked I was married in. You're in that's right because I'm smarter. Okay all right so those are the rules. You guys ready to play. Yes okay so for the very first question and this one goes to Chris. Don't answer yet question number one in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. Fog Hat was formed in London by three former members of which banned so andy. Thank Chris knows the answer to that. No okay so now we go back to Chris. Your choices are a Steppenwolf in wolf be big brother and the Holding Company see Savoie Brown or D. Wild Cherry. I would say see Savoy Brown that is correct and so in you bet against Chris and he got it. Anyhow Chris. That's two points totally guest. Now see that I knew the answer. God Damn Yeah Nice all right. Well now it's your turn. This is one. I bet you. Chris wishes he would got Allan. Schwartzberg is a drummer known for playing on. Gene Simmons. Nine thousand nine hundred seventy eight solo album. He also played drums on albums for all of the following except Christie. Thinking is going to get this. You WanNa bet against them against all right Chris. Betting against in in the choices are a Peter Chris. Be Jimi Hendrix. See Alice Cooper or D. Meatloaf Get the choices again. Because I missed the letters Peter Chris at A. B. Jimi hendrix seeds in Hendricks. I'm sorry that's incorrect. Allan Schwartzberg did indeed appear on Jimi Hendrix album. The answer was D- meatloaf how Chris Bet against you and you got it wrong so he gets another point dam. You're getting your ass kicked already. We're just on question number two and I hope the people at home listening are playing along all right. So let's see here okay. So then we go back to Chris for question number three before joining ugly kid. Joe In nineteen ninety one basis Cordell Crockett was eroded. For which banned in you think he knows the answer. Now all right Ian Ben Against you Chris. Choices are.
"savoy brown" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"This does not make you one ever called appear open by a white sand beach thank you thank your rascals it one more time groove in this band wow just out standing stuff the band I could not remember the name of the day used to hold court at the grand ballroom all the time okay rushes day that was Savoy brown so we brought them J. gals does too bands would come in that room then just turn the joy down in the reason they did as they were basically it was like being in a machine shop those of you that grew up in around the murder city Detroit if you weren't anywhere close to the the auto industry your machine shop and those guys just no no you know what I'm talking about after the vote music Freddie you're on the edge well I don't know where in those people are what they're doing these days hello what's his name there from time to time chimes in Peter wolf thank you so J. Gaza merged with the universe Degas is left the planet Excelsior really caught there of the rest of my own what they're doing I want to order the tail on the bass player with was a bass players in jails way back when I saw him he was working with a band of Chicago joining Conner and I thought how far the mighty have fallen this the band business chicken one day feathers the next man he he's he's loading equipment into Rick's American cafe in the people's Republic of Ann Arbor which is tough because it to walk down those stairs a been there done that and he's he's doing all this stuff hauled stuff in in our in our Randy van and I said are you playing with her now so yeah I'm a bass player who's a what's his name the bass player for jag hospice and I thought and sending brother while you guys used to pack stadiums pack stadiums and then what's his name there Peter wolf and Seth the piano player ground with causing mass next thing you know the band has broken up that's always the case always the case you don't I forgot to do today I have to I I I got a whole bunch of songs I was gonna play today than I did bring in other certain a folder on the desktop of the blues compound of love communications empire central and they're sitting there and I forgot to put him on the magic stick and drag them in I was gonna bring and rip destroyed by the rolling stones too late now we're coming into the tail end of the program but I'll try and bring that next week I would normally talk about them stop man I want to play that tune at that's the rolling stones kind of the Bobby keys plan sacks on that they're doing their best to mimic a just a just a knock down drag out New Orleans collect mellow saxophone thing and they they come pretty close not been rolling stones Mick Jagger turns out is a P. O. S. extraordinaire he is a bad mouth in America about my thing because of Donald Trump does anything most recent but he's been on that and the thing about Mick Jagger I got off on a tangent here but is important Mick Jagger can can consult the hell out of our our president everything else but you always have to keep in mind that when he's doing that he came here to get his heart surgery that saved his life yeah he can go to England to get it done I came here right remember that came in for for her surgery what why didn't get it done in England because he didn't want to die that's you came here for them he might have had to wait three years to get it even though he's Sir Mick or yeah it's it's just astounding how full a McCartney is this a way okay love they did and what's his name all Roger what's his name from painful I never like Pink Floyd I hate Pink Floyd numbers attorney good what that's a great rock northern Iraq and will be there since a rock opera they sucked okay Roger Waters play guitar gas so what it's almost like you know if you if you got a talented do this what good is it if you don't do anything cool with it now what these guys love to unsolved America I think go what's called their Pink Floyd when they're touring milk in it all hundred eighty years old they they have I think they actually have never Trumper type regalia onstage used as part of the state so I don't have in the past so all these guys acting like they hate Donald Trump come over here and they're not even American citizens I would take a much stricter rocked home I I would I would pull any punches so you want to come over here and I want to be able to present you don't you're not protected by the first amendment yeah American citizen you some stupid English guy to get men I'm we we're not giving you a visa that's very good I don't care in a good mood you know I was going to talk about this Mitt Romney thing the other day to get into it Ronnie's bank capital but the are the bane thing out of Batman's route one to go with that what we'll get to us on Monday dubbed the bat man was a to Batman's back where Bain has a crazy mask on his face and he's he's holding like some type of he's the dictator now he's he's he's taken over his detected us what Batman's got taken down will we don't have no dictators in America but I liked how bane was taken down the powers that be that would be the the globalists the the fat cat global as pigs one destroyer country now that wasn't Baines Marv he's I think we need to some iteration of a bane in our country right now and I hope we can pull it off now that we have turned loose turn loose the dogs of the Congress to take down the real fascist pigs that have been running this roost for a long time those would be the bombing east is you know what I'm talking about you're on the edge alternative bought.
"savoy brown" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Precisely what the Senate minority has done from president trump's very first day in office as of September of this year the Senate has been forced to invoke cloture on two hundred and thirty six trump nominees each of those representing its own massive consumption of legislative time meant only to delay the inevitable confirmation how many times was cloture invoked on nominees during president Obama's administration seventeen over eight years and how about the second president bush's first term four times it is reasonable to wonder whether a future president will actually be able to form a functioning administration if his or her party does not hold the Senate they go just above part of where he was you know headed up on over over the weekend talking to the Federer society national lawyers convention but made it clear that he does recognize what is going on in this country and it will be interesting to see hello Democrats were screaming it was partisan Democrats were screaming that it was political conservatives were screaming one always factually accurate it is what has happened if he's not factually accurate then you may be able to hit a month something as as I told you I went on with the investigation zero right around the corner a little bit uncomfortable but I can't say that he was lying or not telling the truth or being political I can see how can be viewed as being political in the times that we live in but he was actually being factually accurate on everything which she is yeah I mean it it it always gets back to the fact checking right because leave it to the liberal media to run out and fact checked something that anything anybody in this administration sets by the way that that was Attorney General William Barr for just to that and it's when you look at it for the fax he didn't say anything wrong now then I would expect you know and and and that in a speech that he gave on Friday is separate from any of his actions that may come you know from any investigations through Durham or otherwise I expect each of those cases to be just as factual and I can't say that for for any of our so when it comes down to it there are the indictments and all that starts to come down because most people believe now I believe that there will be some indictments who will be what will the charges be how far will they go with it that's going to be up to a grand jury that's going to be up to Durham and and his part in this investigation and the Attorney General so we'll see where that lance but any of it any case big or small needs to be based on again the facts and evidence and they're going to have to make a case acting Attorney of former acting Attorney General master Whitaker was on the store with Martha McCallum on fox news and he said I think it's going to demonstrate to people the IG report that people took advantage of the FISA court system process where there's no nobody on the other side to argue in their own interest and I think we're going to learn a lot about not only the Carter page FISA warrant but how they do business generally way and I think some Americans are gonna be troubled by what the inspector general is ultimately going to our reporting else reacted to an interview clip of former CIA director John Brennan whose actions during the Obama administration appear to be at the center of the out of coming report I don't think it's surprising at all that we continue to hear the socio path ramblings of Mr trump claiming that there was an effort to try to prevent him from being elected or to unseat him Brennan said on MSNBC this past April and I welcome any type of you know continue investigation in terms of what we did during the period of time we were in government they play that already that video form and he said I watched an interview one thought he seemed awfully defensive for somebody that should have nothing to be concerned about would occur sort of a a Brandon so we're going to see we're going to learn a lot in the next couple of weeks which is I think was at the speech that I made that comment not back in April that that was that the speech that that I commented on Savoy brown ensure seems worried here so you know and and he got more more defensive as it went along but I just I want to bring this up because it when we are at the bottom the our budget just popped into my head and I and I did some Google search represented McCarty the minority leader in accused Adam Schiff of lying about the whistle blower should never responded now no we didn't should never responded and he said yep he's light he knows and and not by the way the media has been pounded on McCarthy nobody has it's almost as if everybody knows shift is lying but just won't talk about it well I think this is the this has been the great risk for the Democrats all along we've been talking about this when when it came out when it was determined that he was lying an end to major lies in a row not that he had credibility before but he now is that less than zero for yeah zero now he's got less than zero and that we came I think a liability for the Democrats and we wondered okay where do you go I mean do you send it over to the house Judiciary Committee you know you have this over you know to Nadler not just we get keep the barrel and make a make it all washes fault of it all blows up well but think about that they gave him even more power so it's funny because over this past weekend Nancy Pelosi the speaker in that CBS face the nation interview seven again if you were reading between the lines what she was saying no no no no trump is guilty and he should show up and defend himself and blah blah and then they got into other areas about the impeachment proceedings well that's up to the committee I'm I'm leaving the committee to do their jobs what she's saying is this is on Adam Schiff and if he's going to proceed here if he's going to go on with this then he's going to have to well the the the burden is on him to to go through this and make it work or not you you showed me the the New York times overture to the New York Post article that had the picture of ninety three days which is that that they actually show not in the house hearing room yeah which was the end it was from last Wednesday I believe right Wednesday morning which is the number of days that Adam Schiff has known about the whistle blower so they're making it public the media sees it everybody sees it he comes out then and says nope I have no idea who the whistle blower is then Kevin McCarthy calls him a liar afterwards nothing right nobody were how dare mentality calls with nobody says that why is it accepted that it's okay for Adam Schiff to lie about anything or do you just hope that no one listens to the Republicans so we won't respond because the more we respond the more we engage the worse it is for us we just don't cover the story right if we just don't cover ed nobody will know it right wow but yeah that was before they began Wednesday morning those there were three signs total over on the Republican side one of them was this big ninety three in that stood for the number of days that he knew the identity of the was which is why McCarty when he was dead it was like half time right it was in our mission when the media asking that was one of the first questions right yep you really bees line yep yeah so they'll know what yeah they'll know what's out there know why ask him what you gonna you gonna print it can make a big deal out of it right is there a headline is Adam Schiff line or not about the whistle blower should that should that about a lead story in every major newspaper every political major newspaper on the in in the United States or did they think they were closing it when they gave when The Washington Post gave him for for Nokia's they think well that's enough we've done our work we we it week we caught him on another life right yeah as long as we catch only one.
"savoy brown" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast
"Sitting on the park bench, you know, it's another one same deal. Yeah. Yes, you got to you got to a riff on idea musical line in your head and pump some words as establishing a. Stylish leading stage setting relief for a portrait of a person. It's establishing not, not telling a story, but creating a, a person in a landscape, a very visual work based, in fact on a photograph rather than a painting. But nonetheless, it's it starts off with that, that putting you in the picture. Putting the, the lead character of the song in the picture says rather, like a stage set of theater play and you can empty park bench in, in walk some homeless person who plugs himself down on the seats that that's you know, it could be waiting for Gatto or it could be the song. Lem thinking on the bench. Out. Paying. I've heard you say that after you finish school in Blackpool you started playing guitar because that was the available role as well as the singer. But again, this is you not me saying this, you realized you would never be Clapton reject back. So you took up the flute and traded in your strat, which was owned by lemme for quote student flute. Now, I want to say that it's well known that Clapton your back can't play the flute like you can't. So I suppose it was a good decision that is served you. Well, well, exactly. I think it was along with not doing would start one of my. Was to. Was was to acknowledge the undeniable superiority of very clipped and not just of Eric Clapton. But, you know, I down in London, you know, we heard names of people like Jeff Beck, and Jimmy page and Ritchie Blackmore, who with the, the whiz kid guitar players and doing sessions playing another people's pope records. So I knew there were bunch of them. It wasn't just Eric Clinton. But there were a bunch of great upcoming guitar players and, you know, they they'd been doing it for a few years. And they were way ahead of me in terms of technical expertise. And, you know, I felt that being another small fish in a big pool. Wasn't the best way of starting a career in music? I thought better vi- come up with some point of difference. That makes me stand out from the crowd. And so, for no good reason, just a whimsical moment. I thought that flute looks kind of shiny and interesting hanging on the wall of the music store, and how much would. It. I have to pay for that. He said, well, I'll take your Fender strat nineteen sixties Fender strat, which today, probably worth about thirty grand. May maybe if you knew that it had been, you know, in Anderson's guitar before that it belonged to lemme of motor than maybe that would maybe that would round it up to maybe thirty one thirty to fifty something like that. You know, if he took it into a well-known shop in Las Vegas, for example, a they would probably offer me twenty five, and I would end up taking twenty but whatever it was whatever happen. Finance didn't look like a great deal to come out with a fifty dollar flute and and hundred dollar. Sure unit nine three microphone, which I coveted as a as a singer. I thought this was a professional looking and sounding microphone, and, and indeed, to this day, I still use the modern equivalent of a show unit Dyne three, which is the, the big witness shore, model fifty seven dynamite phone, which is the used on drum kits and all kinds of musical instruments, where you want to punchy dynamic sound, but not necessarily a full frequency response, which for certain instruments, you don't want, you don't want it to be too hi-fi. Otherwise, you're having to off high end and low end punch out a bit more of the up amid which. Of course, the inherently the fifty seven does for you. Without you doing anything. Just sounds that way. Makes it an ideal instrument, Mike or not a bad vocal, Mike eighth that aside, you know, I might have felt like I came out being shortchanged. But the those two new possessions. First of all, the, the microphone I put to immediate use the flute. I couldn't get a no towns of it for a few months. I, I gave up I put it back left. It sitting somewhere on a on a table. Never took it out of its case again until sometime mid December. I think sixty seven I think I'd owned it for about five months, six months by that. And I managed to get a note suddenly a no k mart. No, wow. Brilliant. I got it made a noise. And then I, you know, few minutes later, I had a second note, and then a third, and then I had five notes, and I could play the blues so next week I was, I was or media optic Christmas. Anyway, we were we were Jethro Tull became throw toll, and we were playing at the marquee club. And I was the guy standing on one leg playing the flute, which, of course, was appoint a point of difference in marketing terms that set throws toll aside from all the other aspiring bands at the marquee club. Like Fleetwood MAC and Savoy Brown chicken shack, and John males. Blues breakers, and a whole bunch of folks, none of them had flute player in so people tend to remember little old, Jeff throw. Well, you also had easy load, didn't you? Well, it's some, you know, some things just, you know, when you look back on the coincidences in life. George Bush, your ex president wrote a book after he was out of office code decision points. And it was basically a book in which he examined from a, an autobiographical points of view. The various little moments in his life where he had to make decisions that, that would really be changing his life or indeed, the course of history. I thought that was very era diets and well thought through proposition, for writing a book, it was, it was all these little crossroads that he faced, you know, from early days to having to accept that he was a dangerous alcohol ache and quit the booze to the point where he entered politics and that then follow in the footsteps of his father, and then, of course, what, what I always felt about the man was that he was rather ridiculed and poked, fun at s- some. Times with good reason. But, you know, he had a good self deprecating point of view, his life when he dogged a very well aimed traina thrown at him in a press conference somewhere. You know, that was a moment that displayed, you know, someone of physical agility, and someone who could take take the ultimate insult of having a, a shoot thrown at you in an Islamic country. He could accept that with good, grace and had been humor. He did a few other things like his moment of apparent indecision when he was informed of the nine eleven bombing of the first aircraft crash into the building. And you can see this going through his mind, people, vilified him for not being decisive and an immediately reacting in, in some positive or whatever way. But he did the right thing. You know, he he kind of under-reacted waited. For more information molded over in his head to the point where his, and it became a pair. This really well serious thing and you had to excuse himself in begin the terrible process of, of dealing with the the immediate aftermath, and then taking America to war. I think the these little moments on a grand scale like those that face George Bush, you know, that they occur in everybody's life, you know, we can all look back and see these little moments where we could have done this, or we could have done that. But we actually chose to do that, and that defined preps the next the rest of our lives or the next year or two or the next decade or two. So the role is little moments the, the kind of what if moments that if maybe they hadn't occurred your life would have turned out to be radically different, which is again of useful thought when it came to the premise of writing thick as a brick two, which is the underlying premise of that album was about it was all the what they've moments of you've done something different with your life. Steven Wilson is somebody that, you know, speaking of choosing what if moments you chosen Steven Wilson or Steven Wilson has worked on a lot of Jethro Tull records, including heavy horses Aqualung song from the would benefit stand up minstrel in the gallery, too old to rock and roll list goes on. But recently, he remixed the fiftieth anniversary of your debut. This was what his remix is bring to the recordings that you felt need detention. What your take on those? Well, the reason that I suggested Steven Wilson to, to the record company when they first started the series of, of, of remix as was that, essentially, he was someone that had a lot of reverence for the original work. He didn't set out to radically change things. He, he said out to clarify and to put some energy, some punch, but above all. Clarity into the recordings remember back then things were recorded on multi track tape. And so there was a lot of hasten humming, general noise, even when there was no musical signal and it wasn't very easy. Even using noise gates or of the means of trying to create silence between musical notes or areas of music. It wasn't that easy to do to make clear recording. And so, in the digital age, of course you, can you can do that relatively easily to make things much more transparent. So you hear you hear the sound of instruments less effected by general background noise, or perhaps, not being so obviously affected by each other since you working in a studio with open mic. Sometimes you can tidy things up in a in a considerable way in the digital domain. So Steven Wilson knows how to do that. And how to give things that clarity and punch. But it is a off. Remember, you're working with master tapes that could be forty. Fifty years old and, you know, they will have degraded somewhat in the in the time oxide will have started to shed from the tapes, and which is basically you tend to be losing high frequency. So the trade off is, yes, she go back to the original analog tapes, you bake them in the oven, very gently to stabilize re-glue the, the oxide to the backing so that it can be played once more very carefully and transferred to twenty four track. Ninety-six K digital masters that can then be worked on to, to, to work. You know, to do the remixing from and then those tapes of put back in their boxes and probably continued to fall apart, since they were transferred. But, you know, you can do it most of the time with a fair amount of success, but it is a trade off. You will have lost a little bit of quality, just with the passing of years, but you can kind. Kind of put that back in, in the digital transfer, you can start to push things and give them a little bit more punch, and edge dynamics that maybe weren't there on the tape. It is a balancing act. Stevens pretty good at doing the balancing, but when you listen to the actual mixie's that he does the positions of instruments tend to be the same as the original mixes that. I did all those years ago, the balance of instruments tends to be pretty much the same, you know, relative volume of everything to everything else. But where we're really shines comes alive is in the context of clarity and dynamics of punch of energy, and that's the, the great benefit of doing those remixes..
"savoy brown" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And he just lost said. Yep. I'll see if you weeks because you know, what you to be out at the beginning of June in Europe again. And that was the last what I had with him. And he's absolutely. And so it is a huge show. And being touch with his girlfriend, and was she able to shed any light on exactly what happened. He had a heart attack. Is that correct early? He woke that Molin he was complaining of stomach pain, and he laid down for one. And then he said, oh, it's better. I feel much better. And I think, you know, and then very soon up to that he had had the attack, and I guess they go to and they tried to revive him. But they couldn't it was too too big of a heart attack. Can you talk about when you first met Paul Raymond and how he came into you know, he joined the band on what many considered to be one of their one of your greatest studio records in classic record for sure when lights out and that was his first record with the band after fix maybe seventy seven what was released in seventy seventy seventy six and the album was released seventy seven not believe if I'm if I'm if my memory says we will. It's getting kind of fuzzy. I think he came. We were doing the show with Savoy Brown. Maybe which was the ban. He was in prior. Yeah. Exactly. I think in America somewhere. And and that was when Donnie paranoia was in the band, and we kind of knew that wasn't gonna work out. We kind of run its Kohl's. I think he got token to Pete. And I think Pete such and we know we're going to be looking for new cable planning pull was, you know, switch hitter he played the guitar real. Which made it perfect, you know, and and the great voice vocals too. You know? That's that's a big big gap to draw on Phil. Yeah. Without a doubt. And that's what I was gonna ask you about get to that in a second. But when he came into the bent had, you guys known him much prior to I mean, he was in Savoie Brown. And then was in chicken shack before several Brown. Did you did you were you? I did you first meet him when he joined UFO or how'd you think so I didn't know him prior to that? I might have seen him play. But I'd never met him. No. So, you know, but he's fit really well, he just came in. And he was you know, similar background to us. You know grown up with the blues. And and yeah, he was really good fit. I mean, obviously, you know from from the years that you spent and the album's we made with him 'specially. She said strangers. Excuse me. Go just came in. Doing the job. You know, I hadn't hadn't known him prior to that for me. You know, I always think of Paul, and it'll be so strange to come to the shows and not, you know, he's always had that smile. He always just like all of you guys, always tolerate my my obsession with your band, no pun intended on obsession. But, you know, even always come over to me and whisper some things to stir me up a little bit and tell me some stories, and it just only said that smile and all that. But from a fenced-in point for me what I always said about Paul Raymond and UFO in general is I don't think there's ever been a hard rock band that has had a more with Paul in the band had a more of active use of keyboards. Meaning that all whatever he did. Keyboard wise, whether it be on the studio records or live were was always the perfect thing. It was never too much where it softened or got in the way of the power of the band. But always these perfect textures and sounds and..