21 Burst results for "Sergeant Pepper"
The Secret of George Clinton's Success
"Is george clinton so important. George clinton outside of creating this entire mythology this entire cosmos unto itself of the parliament. Funke delic world. He musically really innovated at at every step and lay down a lot of foundations for stuff that we enjoy today. You know he really took say like the rhythmic formula of james brown. They talk about the emphasis on the one the first beat but then also took great influence from jimi hendrix and the beatles. Sergeant pepper's like. I like to think of parliament. Funke delic the heard sergeant peppers and just kept doing that but but also elevating it and bringing it into that whole that whole like a concept album thing in the psychedelic. Rock influenced the kind of stretch that across this large body of work and really created like a new paradigm for music and for thinking about music and the mythology behind the art
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Now Start. Rediscovering right. You know so many kids have no idea that Paul McCartney was in the Beatles yeah. You know that's so crazy to that because we lived through the yeah. I have a friend Eric Metaxas. Your best of all time he says. Paul McCartney and wings. Paul McCartney. In the Beatles wings of big seriously because that's He's a little younger than me. Some lead songs, but come on the Beatles. Favorite Beatles album. That's that's my opinion. I'll tell you my revolver. Here's why revolve a lot of people because it was before certain peppers and it was not quite you'll Beatles transitional eleanor rigby out you know kind of attacks, men certain Janjic, and see where they're going. But it was a moment time and of course, rubber sole in the heels of it George. Cheriton went said you could have released them as a two album set. You know evolve everyone says Sergeant Pepper's but I think revolve if you eliminate sergeant pepper yeah. I would say the meet the Beatles. Yeah. Of course, because that was the one that made just a while. Yeah you know and then. The white album was amazing. They just riney a Massey out released. The white album is there's so many great things going on that album you know and it was too bad because it was at a point when they were not getting along. Yeah. But they were writing journal Great. Song is my guitar gently weeps one of the great. Solos of all time and it was enjoy garrison. It was Eric Clapton. This. This discovered glass onion. That's. Everything I, said. Listen to blackbird. Yeah, and you go. This is a piece of art. It is absolutely you know songwriting is I've you know I realize this a long time ago that? I'm sitting there with Pink Floyd. In our house because they lived with us a while we lived together. And who are we listening to listening to Birkbeck wreck? And we're sitting there going. Wow, that's really good. What he did right there. Now we're talking about the construction of the song though how that verse Went right into the b section never let's just effortlessly and then it went right to the course and then what did he do? He had his little something else. and. Then he went back to the B section and we're all sitting there because we're all songwriters going..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"$1000 finance and these offers exclude the Dior fee of $150. But they will in August 31st 2020. Freeman Toyota on the affordable side of the Metroplex make that the affordable side of the Internet, Lupe 20 and Hearst just south of North East Mall. On now classic tracks with Ed Wallace. In 1967. When Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club band was released, the critics and the media claimed it was the greatest album of all time. No less one from the Beatles. Decades later, music critics say the Beatles previous work Revolver was the best album, and over the years three of the four Beatles have mentioned rubber soul. They're late 1965 album as their best work. We do know that right after Sergeant Pepper's the Beatles manager, Brian Epstein died as John Lennon put it in a 1970 interview. He knew right then the Beatles were in trouble. Their next project was a TV show the magical mystery tour organized by Paul McCartney and a total disaster for the group. The worst reviews ever for anything they had.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums
"To. It's probably a bit like that. I would say you know if you have pet. Styles is their equivalent of sergeant pepper's in a way I would say probably. Is that why out to really really good point. Yep Can you condensed into cut of you? Know what is it ten sewn? Yeah that's that's actually a really good looking at it. Yeah and it's because the white album the white albums done that a Lotta love. It was accepted into independent individually independent. Living everything fractured. They weren't getting on with each other and so they were kind of just going to steal at different times. Doing everything sounds. It's more like this collection with fractured songs. In a way which which myself you know. I've done that. I think my records one of the criticisms of my records can be that might be too eclectic invoices and might not have a in the pasta. I know of how to slowed. So that's done gun near the water in long promised ride. Then we get tracked three. Take a load of fate. I mean out Jeff State. There's a bit to unpack the auto song about fucking ankles. That's the end of it. I mean there's not much to unpack about this psalm. Man Take Good. Care of you fight. You Better Watch out what you ate. Just gone to a roaming class at down in the TUB avocado cream bill. Take of they raped with like raisins. If stay too long. Wow the best bit in is Misamis that little Hong Kong a I write down quick elements. Lock a car horn when you have the lyric the driver's seat. I'm assuming that gene had a beanie pattern on it when he was singing. This tiny toy cars driving around the studio. I don't even know what am I. Don't even think going to date meaning to it's just it's about faith that's it is it. I think it's a metaphor or analogy for anything It's the lyrics are I have to say really Basic it's definitely. Yeah Altos just do you. Do you have written a song. fingers or thumbs all that will definitely mentioned changes and thumbs in songs right but not specifically written a song about handle something. Oh yeah that sounded like a segue but it wasn't what I wrote some pristine clue Right the reason why I wrote the song because of the time my GCA is kind of Elfin type Finnish Swedish Guy Jerry hop line had these ferry 'em of Pale slender hands and wanted his hands had really long nails because he's the finger picking Qatar incredibly tires. And I listen. This had instead of 'cause like this weird but it was very kind of It was very smooth and white like it looked like it. Never done any HOB labor for soft smooth so it was kind of pristine at Clue so I ended up writing this song that ended up being about This woman who just keeps having plastic surgery. She just wants to stay young and she's kind of just to have a pristine chlorine home right after At least that's a that's a cool name and take a load of your feet. Let's be honest. Well I I'm not GonNa say that Casino. Yeah it's weird because we criticizing this song and it's not even the Shit Song to me on the beneath the But sonically it's still kind of fun to listen. This is what I mean like. I think meant the melody was too bad. It's just the lyric on a co good you in the driver's seat and to win you when you go.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The phone lines for zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty Tony in Marianna well and good evening crew right I love the show I really do the the the question then is raging stones versus Beatles let me tell you that some approaching sixty five my wife is seventy when I met her this was more of a running out of time and I got to take one more call just the stones the Beatles brother well for me is going to be the Beatles and and for my wife it's the stones in the house divided all right I can tell you we appreciate you listening all the times market Tony we love you brother thank you yes Sir god bless you let's go to resend Kinks that hate to reset Hey I got the sulfur crystals I'm still in this guy's what does a woman is going to take thank you crystal says that's your choice our goal would be to I never thought about it before but are you grew up listening to play in sergeant pepper's you know the album and now all right thank you Chris Theresa we appreciate you listening thank you Theresa may crystal Phillips about part of the family again yeah I'm still mad at a lot of cat treats of are you going to be mad about it yeah this is the thing so we've got to it so let's let's let everybody know by the way Jaylen hurts our went to Philly in a second round and everyone's mad why they matter just saying there's a ways to pick what we'll see it was that's what I still see although I know we got a lot of talent I I did but he did go second round now and J. J. from we went around yes yes let's just we'll just leave that alone yeah from the development of he'll be okay Hey you know what you like about him he is a he is a really good guy and he likes challenges I don't know because he likes challenges of that's going to help his arm in the wind up in buffalo so that I I like nice guys all the time too but I also like my I rather my football team win yes I'll take I'll take bad guys with felony records and a super Walmart with no police record and losing record ride with you from pharmacy to help what we come back I'll do the math and tell you who won Beatles or rolling stones and also coming up is compassion in the crisis by Monica you ten fifty in the core rate carrier W. S. B. twenty four hour traffic.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"What they were being paid to play for only twelve minutes before Herman's hermits took the stage wasn't enough money to cover their expenses on the road yeah I got worse well some concert venues were in fact sold out Herman's hermits in nineteen sixty seven was becoming passe so some of the concert halls were half full why other shows were in fact canceled at the last minute for lack of ticket sales and their upcoming album the who sell out was already being panned by those who had an advance copy of some of the songs true the who were already plane there ten or twelve minutes set been blowing up smoke bombs and smashing their equipment but for whatever reason that wasn't enough to turn Die Hard Herman's hermits fans in the followers of the who and then something happened because of who had been listening to sergeant pepper's nonstop on this entire tour they realize that they were going to have to step up their musical game and on certain days they had all they managed to sneak into recording studios and work on future projects one was finishing I can see for miles while the other aspect is a Pete Townsend was becoming familiar enough with studio engineering he was no longer willing to allow their engineer kit to make all of the sound decisions including destroying the dynamic quality of many of their songs by over limiting the masters to make the record.
Billy Bob Thornton Talks Season Three of 'Goliath'
"Hello everybody I M Peter Travers this do you must be having a good time I actually am that's why would be Kinda go there everyday and it'd be myself and a lot of ways show runner executive producer and director he directs all the episodes You know I've been on things where they have wonderful directors but all this kind of thing so it's a fight with somebody and you already went through was in on episode six of something and and I I don't I don't do that so you know and the way to something that Randall in tents or you just come from murder scene or whatever it is oh when I'm eating a ham sandwich as I do when I just murdered my uncle I can give you that it's going to be the same thing my best line said I've been drunk since seven thirty this morning this it had a real the deficit that I've got to watch have had a kind everything and do you have do you play a role in that about what it's thing the other actors and seeds about here's here's what the case is this year here's who the people are going to because as you know sure whole new thing is going to go on well the first season you know is more court I mean a lot less court this season there's a not just a lawyer he's always been kind of a detective in a way I mean sir this really sort of what the character is I never ask you this do you take that approach take him home he's just the part of who you are will in terms of where I really feel like the things were happening to me I mean I feel like I am that guy now but one way or the other I with this character like I said let's get to what they get two however they want to I think that sometimes though in my left foot I think he probably had to because uh-huh you tried yeah I've had a couple you and you go to downtown La on Fifth Street where there are the cardboard houses and all this kind of and you spend the night there. I think that that if you haven't been homeless you're never going to to know it because oh how many money I have nobody to call the actor sleeping in the cardboard box collect life and had some hearts good word for now you're on the Hollywood Walk Fain is yours in a good place is John Smith started I'm just making a name up he's at early I got it in two thousand four and I'm right between right in front of the Kodak Theater are in that area so that's what it is and I'm between tonight yeah could you really could be with John Smith. They're not liking Goliath or something that really can't happen but you you've been around out to La in nineteen eighty one in June of nineteen eighty-one ORC. I with my buddy Tom we we left town yeah that was the seventy seven and we stayed ten hours and we had like this nightmarish day here and we just went home into World War Two I said County and which was style time the biggest green and water and we stayed ten hours and then we I've been gone like two and a half weeks and she said I thought time that you were there that turns you off New York will it was just one remember that movie was a Movie Day in New York is everything in the world wind it up I you come into Chinatown Lincoln tunnel right so and by some Italian restaurant but it wasn't like a nice Italian restaurants a red dress who we weren't found a parking spot and we just parked there miracle enough because we wanted when we were seven eight blocks on down the road and just started missile city walk you out and we ended up trying to get a cab back we mm-hmm and and and we said look we we looked at the meter and it was like that's a lot of money we'd better right we'll get you exactly and we finally get another cab and it was I mean really Alireza Guy you know and we obviously have been driving here forever there's a big tall guy and address and all this kind of stuff I think goes oh a happy ending in a way look don't know why you were so turned off the way you described home we you know hung out for a couple of months and then we've it's like we're afraid to go to L. A. so he went to and we lived with my aunt and uncle I from Mexico who Michael Border Patrol Guy and this guy would come air and me and Tom on waterbed and a room that was so tiny and Augustine they're in this thing and Augustine had nightmares almost every night you're into other sort of nightmare vision of how you stayed there working inching eventually I stayed done in Mexico for a while and we snuck into La after it's all a blank page you have no idea what's really going to happen now you have I started that story with your star on the Hollywood all doing it behind your house because that's what happens but this you miss the days when you were coming up or whatever or you complain you're coming up you have your dreams or so alive you had dreams and you have to find a way to keep your some comes indefinite it's exactly and so that's what I try to do written in a while or that move you'll come along that is going to Ebbert is I still think it's out there and if and if you keep thinking that has also been not just is wonderful kind of deadpan humor with you yes it's it's what you WanNa do you had that you still have the the baby box mattress scary and terrifying yeah for me and over sergeant pepper all his records and Jeff passed away about eight months
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It is time for vixs picks all right Vic you've been going through this list and what we got for this week number ten self titled the Beatles also known as the white album this their ninth studio album and I always like to mention the studios that worked on it at EMI and Trinity studios in London from late may through mid October this is nineteen sixty eight it was released the next month in November by apple records their own record label so this was a rate of release right around the time and you can correct me if I'm wrong here please we can now call this a right around the time would be maybe the beginning of the end of the Beatles yeah yeah yeah so after the release of their album sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band which I haven't heard yet but it's coming up real soon. on the number one spot on this list for going through but so with the white album from what I've read that the Beatles were trying to top well what's not considered by many not all look to be their best work they they would that the best way that they would ever produce that's not your opinion correct no my my my favorite Beatles album is it's a tie I know this is the way of doing it it's revolver and rubber summit the revolver in reversal okay tried to pick one it would be revolver okay revolvers my favorite all right good I got you on record without one I haven't heard either one of those so they weren't on the list wait which one really again revolver and rubber soul. I don't think know that they're on the list I think ahead I thought at least one of them's a hectic at two more Beatles arms to go through but okay I don't know they're not on the list of the top one hundred albums of all time to that list is wrong yeah I don't I don't don't quote me listen to dozens of the right yeah but I don't think so I don't think I've listened either one of those yeah okay I listen to some good ones of some good Beatles want some great ones yeah but so I'm also reading about how at this time they were having a lot of disagreements as as professionals as musicians ring go ahead even quit temporarily by this time and and what you can you know kind of end up with is this at times let's see it seems a little disjointed maybe the album but you know it yeah okay but you know it still great songs right I mean I yeah it's a great album the but you can hear you can hear me up you could hear the band splintering apart yeah I could hear the the John songs from the Paul songs and even the judge there's the George songs from the rain goes on you could just feel the band separating that's what it feels like when you listen to it it's still a great record yes exactly and that was pretty much what I kind of my review after listening to it for the very first time was that it was a little disjointed but awesome you know every song I've I've thought was well I'll be in almost every song I thought was awesome but it was disjointed at one point Paul McCartney singing about having in the middle of a public street on the an intimate encounter and a couple songs later I think it's two songs later John John Lennon singing about a very touching and beautiful song about his mother so it's it's it's a disjointed I think's at times but there's reasons for that from what I've read and and it's it's a bit strange but I love it I love the album many many classic Beatles songs on this album that some of them that I recognized but on. some of them I've heard before so on although I never listen to the entire album before is a double right it yes yeah it's like eighteen or nineteen songs on it but let's start with blood the old lan doc. this is catchy phrase. that was I had to read a little bit about that because that sound little Jamaican to me and it was when I was making music was gaining popularity in in the U. K. nor the US but but you know well known in the in the U. K. is when I guess when when this is one Jamaican music was kind of fun with that was written in a Jamaican Scott style the one saying that right yeah yeah very much okay okay make because the big riff in the studio the song I read big argument shouting match an engineer click over it John Lennon was not a fan of that song yeah in fact you wasn't until I found it interesting in fact after I found this really interesting if you listen to the piano intro it sounds like. I read this these are my words but I the critic I was reading it said it sounded like it it's a theater style piano and I read that John Lennon sat down during one of the recording sessions and he bangs that out like that in that style he brings it out real hard and fast on the piano and he says this is the way this song should be played and they ended up liking and that's only use that you know that faster louder style in the in the studio it'll work here from George Harrison and and with this next one my favorite song on this album a song called while my guitar gently weeps Harrison wrote it and for before we listen to for the studio version on the white album he invited his very close friend of that I've learned since since studying this album not widely regarded as one of the top couple of guitarist of all time Eric Clapton to over dub the lead guitar part of for this song and Tom's got a little cut my guitar gently weeps..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WGN Radio
"There we go and it is time for vixs picks all right Vic you've been going through this list and what we got for this week number ten self titled the Beatles also known as the white album this their night studio album and I always like to mention the studios that worked on it at EMI and Trinity studios in London from late may through mid October this is nineteen sixty eight it was released the next month in November by apple records their own record label so this was a rate of release right around the time and you can correct me if I'm wrong here please we can now call this so right around the time would be maybe the beginning of the end of the Beatles yeah yeah yeah so after the release of their album sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band which I haven't heard yet but it's coming up real soon. on the number one spot on this list we're going through but them so with the white album from what I've read that the Beatles were trying to top well what's not considered by many not all the to be their best work they they would that the best work that they would ever produce that's not your opinion correct no my my my favorite Beatles album is it's a tie I know that the gene way of doing it it's revolver and rubber summit the revolver in reversal okay right to pick one it would be revolver okay revolvers my favorite meals all right good I got you on record without one I haven't heard either one of those so they weren't on the list wait which one really again revolver and rubber soul. I don't think you know that they're on the list I think ahead I thought at least one of them's a hectic I have two more Beatles arms to go through but okay I don't know they're not on the list of the top one hundred albums of all time to that list is wrong yeah I don't I don't don't quote me have listed a dozen today yeah but I don't think so I don't think I've listened either one of those yeah okay I listen to some good was of some good Beatles want some great once on yeah but so I'm also reading about how at this time they were having a lot of disagreements as as professionals as musicians ring go ahead even quit temporarily by this time and and what you can you know kind of end up with is this at times let's see it seems a little disjointed maybe the album but you know it yeah okay but you know still great songs right I mean I yeah it's a great album the but you can hear you can hear in the up you could hear the band splintering apart yeah I could hear the the John songs from the Paul songs and even the there's the George songs from the Ringo songs you can just feel the band separating that's what it feels like when you listen to it it's still a great record yes exactly and that was pretty much what I kind of my review after listening to it for the very first time was that it was a little disjointed but awesome you know every song I've I've thought was well I'll be in almost every song I thought was awesome but it was disjointed at one point Paul McCartney singing about. being in the middle of a public street on the an intimate encounter and a couple songs later I think it's two songs later John John Lennon singing about a very touching and beautiful song about his mother so it's it's it's a disjointed I think's at times but there's reasons for that from what I've read and and it's it's a bit strange but I love it I love the album many many classic Beatles songs on this album that some of them that I recognized but on. some of them I've heard before so on although I never listen to the entire album before is a double right it yes yeah that's I think eighteen or nineteen songs on it but let's start with blood the old lan doc. and so catchy.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You possibly could be asking yourself this morning Charlie if the movie sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band was so bad why did you bring it up well because it was such a great album there is no charge generation probably missed the movie which again is a point out came out in nineteen seventy eight which like what eight nine years after the Beatles broke up on paper it looked pretty good I guess yeah the be Jesus Peter Frampton Aerosmith earth wind and fire Alice Cooper even had a song from Martin Maxwell's silver hammer which we all know did not appear on sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band album neither did mean Mister mustard or come together golden slumbers because that was part of the problem you're going to the movie for sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band and they're playing stuff from everywhere else best song on the on by the way it's got to get you into my life by earth wind fire but as I pointed out he just was real bad so if you're thinking oh wow I never even heard of that did not move because they made a movie does save yourself some money well I don't even watch your somebody offers you to come over and watch it for free kind of like this morning's viewing parties are going on all around the country for Robert Muller's testimony I don't believe that that you know what that be you know who's watching having viewing parties alcoholics can't wait until breakfast to slander whisky or vodka drunken watch motor well it might be better that way but you know do whatever you need to do those were the days Rush Limbaugh coming up before seven o'clock we live in a world where things change quickly and W. O. A. I. for what's going on if the president put Russian salad dressing on the salad tonight somehow that the Russian connection news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd Hey good morning it's purity McCurdy a lot of times expectations far exceed reality.
Paul McCartney Brings Ringo Starr to the Stage for End-of-Tour Surprise
"Will Paul McCartney save the best surprise for the last stop on his US tour and appearance Saturday night from Ringo Starr in their way to help her at Dodger Stadium he had just performed the first dibs on course on his birthday what he said have a little surprise for you the one and only Ringo Starr I was lucky enough to be Justin's Dodger Stadium what was it like to be there was pandemonium hi unbelievable Ringo came out and sang on sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band then they moved into helter skelter in that that that the final encore golden slumbers the end and they brought a Joe Walsh for an epic for guitar solo at the end of the show have you recovered yet no I never will amazing
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on This Week In Google
"So there's not much more to say about it. But shameful that you MG was able to hide this for so long. And. Mean to country thoughts, you're one is the digital world when it happened. It never happened. Yeah. Though it says we worry about formats, and wise storage strategies and other things that could happen in sense, the formats, become useless. I should also point out there were digital masters lost, as well as a tape masters in store house warehouse. So we're down just as much as you know, and, and of course, a vault things can happen, the originals, there's only one of their only ever is one, no matter how many copies you make. I just just makes me very sad to see a lot of people are probably sitting here because I because I hear this when like every time, remastered album from the Beatles or something that exactly. You do have that. You don't have exactly that if it makes sense because they can get you mentioned the handwritten notes when Giles Martin went through the master's, and they spent so much time reading the notes, and trying to remastered the original sergeant Pepper's, the way the Beatles intended to be the way they wanted it to be heard not, not the way some other person wanted to be heard. And if you need a simple comparison, if you're familiar with the let it be album, the Phil spector wall of sound. There's also the let it be naked album is without the wall of sound, vastly different music, even though it is the same music, and that's maybe not the greatest comparison, but it's a simple ones that if you've ever heard the two of them that you can understand, I it's, it's really, really sad to, to see this original that Antonio original music. We have copies of everything these days so you can say, I've got on my phone but you really don't. Well, there are stuff. You don't. Have copies of theirs out Bryce, there's takes her materials. Hundreds millions of hours lost. The other thing is, you know, Martin remixed the mono mix. So that's really interesting because because he had the masters. He had the original tracks and could mix those in stereo from a mono master. And that was the big thing with the Beatles are sorry, the beach boys, re reissue that came out probably ten years ago. Now that of smiley smile, what was it? Well, it was it was it had that it had smiled the two big things had extra tracks from smile. Right. Which were never released and was a huge huge thing for remember that as fans. So it was so awesome. And also, Brian Wilson was mostly deaf in one ear. So he did everything in mono, right? So they release stuff in stereo for. That. That's what the market demanded. Yeah. Exactly. No. They re released stuff. Oh, I see they were able to able to re the other key. It was the other way with the Beatles. They, they kind of said, we gotta make a stereo version for the Americas. They won't care for though. And so they just got throughout a stereo mix. It was terrible notoriously. Different people on different traffic. It was horrible palsy one ear. Right. Nobody cared. Anyway. Yeah. So that's, that's the story. I mean, there's nothing to say except that this is just one more example of why the music industry socks and that these record labels were just. They didn't care. Really? They really didn't care. And you know. It's sad. The read that read the articles really well done. The, the information for the litigation is, is pretty funny because the they talk about a New Jersey warehouses,.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Now during a return flight to London in November Paul McCartney has this. ID ac-. I saw a song involving and Wardi era military band, that would eventually form the impetus of sergeant pepper, this whole concept of this military-type band. Paul comes up with this idea. Sessions for the album began on twenty four November twenty fourth in the abbey. Road's studio two with the compositions inspired by their youth. Strawberry fields forever. Penny lane. But and of course, troubling fields. A John Lennon song. You flip it over on the forty five penny lane. Paul McCartney saw, but after pressure from EM I the songs released as a double ace sided single and we're not included on the album. So in February sixty seven after recording the sergeant Pepper's lonely hearts club band song. Mccartney suggested that Bela should release the entire album and entire album that would represent a performance by the fictional sergeant pepper band. Right. The sort of an alter ego group that will give them the freedom to then, of course. Experiment. Experiment, musically. During these recording sessions of sergeant pepper the ban further the technological progression that they had made with her nineteen sixty six album, revolver. It. They, they knew they wouldn't have to perform these tracks live. So they adopted the experimented. They took this whole, experimental approach the composition recording on songs with a little help from my friends. I mean listen to the great songs with, with a little help from my friends, Lucy in the sky with diamonds a day in the life. That's just some of the songs in this great album produce. Is it the greatest rock album of all time. I'm going to ask you that question is it? I mean because many people consider this to be the greatest rock album of all time. But is it? Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight four fifteen thirty is Sergey pepper the greatest walkout of all time if not what is I'll take your phone calls on it. If you have if you have an opinion, producer, George Martin engineer, Geoff Amherst innovative recording of sergeant Pepper's including the liberal application of sound shaping signal processing. They used a forty piece orchestra performing these. Crescendo cz. The recording of sergeant Pepper's was completed on April twenty first nineteen sixty seven then you had to cover depicting, the Beatles posing in front of, you know, these, these celebrities this historical figures. That thing was designed by the British pop artists Peter Blake and y'all worth ho, ho, Howarth sergeant pepper is regarded by musicologists, as an early concept album. That advanced the use of extended form in popular music. An important work is like psychedelia, the album, certainly death. I mean, incorporates, a range of stylistic influences, including vaudeville, like circus music. I mean how creative with these guys off on guard western and Indian classical music in two thousand three the library of congress place sergeant pepper the national recording registry honoring. The work is, quote, culturally, historically significant or aesthetically significant the same year Rolling Stone magazine ranked the number one album in its list of the five hundred greatest albums of all time. I'm asking you is it the greatest album of all time, rock and roll. Sergeant beverage as of twenty eleven to two so more than thirty two million copies worldwide makes it one of the best selling albums in history. People have called it the most important, and influential rock and roll album ever recorded. You gotta figure at this time. If you listen to Paul mckearney at the time of the recording of this album, says, we're fed up with being the Beatles. We hated that planking four little mop top approach. We're not boys were men and they see says we thought about shows artists rather than just performers. So Paul comes up with the idea for the song, which forms the impetus of sergeant pepper the concept. However. Sergeant pepper itself didn't even appear until halfway through making the album. It was Paul song. Ordinary rock number. But he says, why don't we make it as the ban this, like a military band? Right. So they're influenced by Brian Wilson, and the beach boys. And the way they recorded the album and Phil Spector's wall of sound and the Beatles album rubber soul resulted in the beach, boys. Pet sounds LP. Well, Phil Spector's work. I should say which demonstrators production expertise is mastery of composition arrangement. You had the Paul McCartney particularly singing its praises drawing. Inspiration of pet sounds. Of course. His favorite albums pet. Sounds. Any thought that if he kept playing pet sounds over and over to John Lennon that John would be influenced by this new kind of production style. And this kind of mystical kind of avant, garde sound and experimental sound. So we would play it for John all the time. The other album that that influenced sergeant pepper. And this is why another reason I'm such a fan of Frank Zappa freak out by the mothers of invention cited as having influenced sergeant pepper. During the sergeant pepper recording sessions McCartney repeatedly stated, this is our freak out album music journalists, Chet flip. Oh, stated McCartney was inspired. Recorded concept album after hearing freak out Frank Zappa's freak out, which, by the way, was considered the first rock concept album. So I want to take a couple of minutes here in take you through the process of sergeant pepper. Which began again, November twenty four th of sixty six. Play a few things from and give you some examples straight as well. 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"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Showcased quite the way, it is on the Beatles sergeant Pepper's lonely hearts club band, which has a birthday every June. I it isn't like they drag themselves in and said, all right? Let's just get this. Let's just cut this get the heck shoulder to the wheel guys. Let's come on cut and run. Let's just move through this quickly and get outta here. Quite the opposite of that. He seemed like days when the fellows would have to be dragged on from the studio still bursting with excitement than ideas. Here's John pits rally singing, the most st-, guess, standards or American vaudeville English musical oriented song, from the Beatles, little song cycle of sergeant pepper things. When I'm sixty four is actually tune that McCartney cooked up when he was a kid trying to envision a far away, time, sixty four cups quickly doesn't it? John pitzer rally the songbook on WNYC. Older. Many narrow. Well, you still there. Greetings bottle of wine to quota three. But still need me. You still feed me when I'm sixty four. I could be handing emitting. A win your lights. By the fireside moaning. To win the God dig in the weeds who could ask for more. Are you still need? Me still a winner.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Sergeant Pepper's lonely hearts club band album, cover, arguably, the most iconic image in pop culture are present focus relates to Crawley's involvement in the Paul is dead conspiracy and more generally the Beatles as a whole the Fab Four are the cornerstone of modern day pop culture, which for some makes them inextricably linked with nefarious workings of the establishment as we shall find. Mr Crowley has managed to worm his way into the center of this alleged rotten apple, but as is the case with all things conspiracy, vast goal flies. Between what is real? And what is indulgent fantasy of the tin foil headed community today? Fifty years after the death hoax. Started McCartney is back on top of the charts. His newly released album Egypt station went straight to number one on the billboard two hundred and he's embarking on a worldwide tour. Rumors of his premature demise are also back in full swing numerous books YouTube, videos, and blogs, pay slavish devotion to analyzing every detail of the conspiracy sensing something sinister lurking behind the cute Beatle. Maybe that sinister something has a name Alastair Croly Croly was a British poet painter novelist and profit of the new EON he shortly. He died shortly ever any of the Beatles were born. So how could the wickedest man in the world be pulling the strings of the world's greatest band? Andrew are net is a writer filmmaker and musician. His writing covers the paranormal drug wars art and travel. He's been published in paranoia magazine. Feral house cone, beanie, nexus magazine and the Baltimore Sun. He lives in Brooklyn, New York and hunts ghosts with the Brooklyn paranormal society Andrew are net. Welcome to coast to coast. Nice to meet you. Great to be here, Richard. I'm so excited to be on this iconic show, and very honored that you asked me to appear with you here. You know, what's interesting Andrew is just over a week and a half ago. Russ give who has the DJ at WKNO are in Detroit. He passed away at the age of eighty seven, and he's sort of in a way sort of ground zero for where this whole hoax began or this legend, if you will because there are some who sincerely believed that Paul McCartney in fact died and was replaced by a double. But let's just go back to off Tober of sixty nine. One of the things it's fascinating to me is how prior to the age of the internet a legend like this could take root and then continue to thrive and thrive and thrive. Fifty years on. Let's go back to toper sixty nine. How did it? Get started. The college semester. The college year was just beginning. It was summer the students were gathering, and you know, there was a lot of student activism and was a very big part of Culture Youth culture at that time. That. In the middle of that. Nick was this rumor that, you know, Paul McCartney had died, basically he was killed in a car crash on the one motorway on September eleventh nineteen sixty six and then was replaced by double. And the curious thing is that there seemed to be clues planted all over Beatles albums and in Beatles songs, especially starting with the sergeant pepper album onwards. And what happened was that? An article the first article that was published on the matter is published in Des Moines straight times delphic on September seventeenth nineteen sixty nine. And it was called is Beatles. Paul McCartney dead. And you know, they would put in some of the clues and things such as playing the record backwards as on revolution. Number nine hearing, allegedly the voice saying turn me on dead band. And then they rely these clues. So there were these Easter eggs and in this environment in this campus environment, it started spreading and it went from coast to coast, and that's basically where it began. Right. And I mentioned Russ Gibbs role in this the DJ that just passed away. Someone student cold into his station WKNO are and announced this and it just grew. And and I guess it's been given greater currency as we'll get into here because Paul McCartney has a new album out called Egypt station. And we'll talk about some of the symbolism in on that album, and and some of the motifs in that album. But it's he's back on top with a number one album the first time since nineteen eighty two it's quite a remarkable feat for a man who's closer to eighty. Then he is seventy however, let's go back to sixty seven because you know, this album cover is really seen as just a feast of of Paul is dead clues. And it is sort of depicted as a funeral scene. But we see we see, of course, Alex Kroll. He's. Face very prominently placed on the album the question is how could Alice to Croly have orchestrated. This Paul is dead legend when he'd already been dead for twenty years. That's absolutely true. It is a curious thing. And it's a fascinating thing. This is one of the strangest stories you could come across. And you know, I'm an avid fan of conspiracies, and I'd be following them for most of my life. The weird thing about this is that it it's such an intimate thing. It really hits close to home. Because so many people are Beatles fans, and I began. Getting you know, I became a fan of the Beatles. I guess I was eleven and sixth grade, and my friend Richard said, hey, check out this band. Next thing. We're listening. We're collecting the records recall electing Neha the American records and the British won the German ones. We really got issue it, and it wasn't long after that Richard said, hey, look at checkout this and he starts showing me some of these clues. So this.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"But as we can see in the photos, Paul is standing next to George and he's actually standing right in front of the barrel of the gun, which is paint pointed directly at his heart. And when I saw that my, wow, this is pretty amazing. The question is what does it all mean? Exactly. We're you know, we're exploring tonight. Right. And and getting back to Alex Kroll. I mean, this is perhaps, you know, one of the most nefarious figures sinister figures. And in the the nineteenth and twentieth century. He was an occultist, but he was many more things. Of course, he was a poet and a magician. He practices system of magic with a K magic spelled with a K. But you you you suggest that when when the Beatles were singing it was twenty years ago today that surgeon pepper taught the band play. They were really referring to Alastair Croly because it the release of sergeant pepper coincided with the twentieth anniversary of his death. Correct. That's correct. He died in nineteen forty seven. And the idea that the Beatles were were so interested in Croly, and we're devote as of Crowly, let's just talk a little bit about that. We we've got a couple minutes before we head into the break. And then we'll continue after but. How do we know that the Beatles were so enamored of of this occultist Alister Crowley? Well, Crowly, you know, he's a very interesting.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sergeant Pepper's is a production masterpiece in the song. Dr. Right. Cool, man. Well, thanks. I appreciate the call very much. Thank you, sir. Yes, sir. You two seventy seven five seven nine hundred zero five. All right. Peter. What's up Andrew? I'm real good. Angela what's up? I've got a proposal for you. All right. Sure. I have a customer who is just. No, south are you thinking? No, also, I'm here. This one out though, you are love this. I love Angelo. I mean, I'm here in a two. But because it's Angelo. It's a big. No. But go ahead. Angela. Sure. The guy who set us up for the punch as well. Let's not get into that. On behalf of somebody else. Not myself. Okay. So who is talking right now. It's not Angelo. It's andrew. This listen to this guy is an unbelievably generous remarkable human being he's he's one hell of a nice guy Angeles telling us everything that Angelo is not and he's making up a person to try to get these tickets police. I'm all ears. You know, what you're say. What you want? To somebody else. You will you love to do. Sure. Absolutely. If I can get this gentleman and his partner your tickets to go to the game and in exchange club in washing your car. For free. I don't even have to say hi to tell me with the damn cars parked. I mean, I just want to say, yeah. We had to come pick them up all pick them up. Whatever the case you can do this for him. Like, you're you're you're a real, dude. You are. And offered something for the ticket. A lot of people some contents. Very interesting contact, but listen, we, you know, we I was going to say, you know, we love you. But we don't do it. All right. Let me think about this. Because when avocado rocker died there was a brief moment. Whereas like, I was sure he was in on the joke. But then I felt bad because sometimes maybe he didn't feel in on the joke, and I made him feel bad. So do you feel accepted? Angelo is in on the joke. I didn't know what can we bust your balls and everything, but as as far as you know, we genuinely like you, right? Entertainment. You see? There you go. You know, he thinks we still I mean, he knows we still like him. So I don't want to Angelo passing away with animosity. I know with animosity and it's hard. You know, what I mean, you want to get them tickets for him as no. No, I don't want to do that. I just don't want to die, and and have bad feelings all. Eaters. So does he probably still any source for? I I will say this forty push ups. I started on and I got to fifteen more. I honestly, I don't know if I could have done the forty I stopped to fifteen I'm guessing I probably could have done twenty five. For the last fifteen, but I got up saying, wow, man, that's not really concerned couldn't be forty. Well, good stopped smoking. How many diet soft drinks? Are you drinking a day? I, hey diamond take regular talk. How many of those? Are you drinking a day? Angelo. Honestly, I probably stop, you know, one of the convenience stores fell up to the police dot com. Probably to free. Ma'am. It's a lot a lot of nasty. I know I don't have a good diet I smoke, but a forty push ups that kind of concerned me once I stood up and said, Dan. I I was I was winning after fifteen man. I don't know. What to tell you Angelo? I get yourself healthy. Don't worry about these likely. Takes get yourself healthy. We'll talk. All right. Bye. That was a moment we had with we we I had to let him go before he ruined everything you might have that. I was a bit too abrupt with them, and you're probably not wrong. But it always goes a certain way with Angelo. He's gonna get bent over me taking one too many jabs at him. I let him off the hook. And we're still good with Costa listener got lost in the moment. I wanted more good. I want you wanting more can you at least talk to maybe off the air like get more. No, no, no. I need to be satiated. Oh, you need to want more. If I give you all you want. Then you're gonna never come back. I know I have to come back. So therefore, can I please have more than off air conversation? Yes. Fine. Lanta? What's up? Grab a live. How are you? Hey, totally off topic monkeys again. Okay. No. That's not off topic. That's on topic. What's up? All right. I really ended up at the time. I was like seven years old. I had their albums. I watched the show. I had a crush on. Micky Dolenz the craziest monkey I love Mike knows myth as well. And actually had a movie called the head and Jack Nicholson directed it and Frank Zappa was in it. And the whole thing about the monkeys. They they're making fun of everything. And I've actually watched them on YouTube now, and I get so much humor. Didn't when I was a kid, but I still loved it as a kid I was into it. And some people are like, oh, you know. It's like there the model I ball light up. Right. Okay. Your phone's cutting in and out. I gotta let you go darn. Here's a song that she's probably not heard by the monkeys. Are you familiar with del the funky, homo sapiens? Oh, for sure the guy from the guerrillas. Oh, yeah. You know was the guy from the grills, but he's a rapper on his own of course, cousin of ice cube. So you are right. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Okay. I don't know his work. But how do you not know the name, but you know, the guys Sapien? So he has a song on his first album. I wish my brother George was here. And it's called Mr. Dobalina, and you might have heard it through the years ago Daba, Lena, Mr. Bob Dobalina. Well, that's a sample from fister devil. Lena. Mr. Bob Dole.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"But we can't that is released twelve official albums, plus a medical mystery, Tori, pay, you know, at the end of the day, if you were to say that this band had twelve albums over a period of what may be how long were they active because of course, being an American I think of sixty four, but they around before that like when was their first fischel album out, please please me out in sixty three. And let it be. Was the last album released the last album recorded, but that came out in April nineteen seventy the last thing that I ever recorded was the song. I me mine in January of nineteen seventy. Technical thing about six to seven years all recording activity and to go from please. Please me the song to something like the songs that were on let it be or rubber. I mean, even rubber soul, you know, much less the white album or sergeant Pepper's just the difference between those is so remarkable. And I it just it's amazing to me that they were able to run that gamut and such a small amount of time. Because like you look at those albums, and you're like who are these guys compared to these guys who are these guys with the quote, unquote, long hair. Versus the guys with the really long hair with the Jesus, you know, looking hair with the round glasses with all of this kind of stuff. It's just amazing that they were able to do that. And so nineteen seventy the they're breaking up and this comes out in nineteen seventy eight, and I'm very curious what it was like to have seen this in seventy eight versus now, if you were to watch this all of these years later because the Beatles were such I mean, they were such a major impact on popular culture, then and there's such a major impact now. But I don't know if people necessarily realize it when when it comes to that. So it's got to be such a strange experience to watch this now now, I didn't see the ruttles all you need is cash and till after nineteen eighty-two because I think it was uses that actually correct me because I had said that all you need is cash was a mock you mentally of the complete Beatles. The nineteen eighty two. Documentary. But I didn't realize that nineteen seventy eight comes before nineteen eighty-two. I'm not really good with the math. So because seeing the complete Beatles. And that's the one I saw I saw so many times. And then you see the ruttles, and you just like this is beat for beat for beat not realizing that the ruttles was the one that put it out there. I even though they were kind of taking from and unreleased documentary called the long winding road. So it's just this weird cycle of seeing the mock you mentally before you see the real documentary and vice versa. I saw the ruttles the first time at aired or seventy eight when it aired and never really got the see it again. It was just in my memory until it seemed like years later when public television would have a fund drive, and they would show the complete Beatles. Followed by all you need is cash, which at that point. I was like that's the perfect way to see either of those, and it doesn't matter which is long as you want. Ching them both back to back because you realize I what a great story the Beatles story is and then realize what a great parody the ruttles are. I know what you mean. It almost seems like the ruttles was made the parody the complete Beatles. But I almost wonder if the filmmakers bind, the complete Beatles using the ruttles as a framework for how they would make the complete Beatles..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And welcome back to coast to coast. Tobias Trittin is our special guest this hour. We'll take your calls as well. Tobias. You wrote a book and incredible brook on Elster curly in America. Let's talk a little bit about him because he was pretty prominent in the sixties as well wasn't. He. Yes. And no, I my feeling about currently in the sixties the sixties was ready for crazy. But crazy. He was he was very much a specialist interest. We find him as co host on the cover of the basal sergeant pepper album, not surprised to find it was John Lennon who wanted him up that. And but nobody ever very few people actually noticed that. There were a lot of people are gurus make Jagger whatever it was the backend and Oscar Wilde and say, so. So he was very well. An actual in that period. Well, nine today ready because whenever he's meant most newspapers we we get a torrent of abuse about him. So, but of course, he was one of the prophets off the sixties. He predicted literally predicted. I mean, I'll give you an example. He wrote them during the war Sakamoto's boy nineteen forty four. He just had to get out of London because of buzz bombs from the from Germany smashing up the West End, and he wrote a letter to his American follower, Grady mcmurtry who is a left tenant in the in the American army at the time about to fight the battle of the BoJ in Europe. You may have seen the movie, but then every time we go to break from his military duties trying to defeat the Nazis mcmurtry would come back to England and Seattle is too crazy and crazy Richmond that he wanted him eventually to take over his he's auto the auto. And he says in this letter of nineteen late nineteen forty four. He says nineteen sixty five will be very important in the grocery child extraordinary. When I came to do the book. It was amazing how many keys sixties events. Happened in sixty five. Yeah. It's the great turning. So he cronies area in the sixties. But he's as it were invisible. And and that was that's been one of the most interesting things is to dig out in the fifty years since and he seems like a sixties legacy because I think. In america. People had to go through a psychological change from a fifties mentality. Does something else to even open themselves to to something as a strange apparently strangers to Kylie. I think the New York Times regarded crazy nine hundred sixty nine when his confessions with has published the unsung hero of the which is a bit unkind to clearly and pieces, but wasn't he considered evil Tobias by many people? Yes, I think he was he was pasted as evil by all those who were threatened by washy represented. I think Jesus was also accused of working for saints. And it's the usual thing I think said that the devil is the God of any group. You don't like. And. No, he was never arrested for a crime in his life. And there's no reason why should be. I mean, the whole principle off his system. Love is the law love under will which means not this. So sloppy love as a perpetually sentimental and weak weakening, but a real desire to embrace realities. And that in the light of the true will which is the divine mystery of man, and what is is. How system is an individualistic system defined and work with the divine mystery, oh, what they sufi school to see if the divine mystery of man, the presence of God in the deepest recess of the soul. So to speak what we sometimes call spirit and spiritual engagement he's what he stood for. He was extremely outspoken in his day dealing with the world which. Even our grandparents don't know much about him. He he's greatest period of development was what we called in England the toward in period. Nineteen hundreds before the first World War. He was up against the old order in a way, the whole twentieth century is is a backlash with that older. And there are a lot of people who likes the old order because they have vested interest in it. And he came to shake it up and to do to preach the. Leeann of Horace the crowned and conquering child he was very interested in Egyptian religion. Is one of the route experiences a man's religious consciousness in in the development of man's spiritual awareness, and he used the image of Horus, the young God who avenge is the death of a Cyrus Cyrus is is is is is the sacrificial imagery of God that we're quite familiar with an in Christianity and the child rises up to two essential source advice, set evil one in the Egyptian story as told in the first century anyway, core his followers. Tobias core. Tobias who were Crawley's followers. I like to think he didn't have followers. I'd like to think he turn people on to be their own masters to try and muster themselves. But of course, every every religious ends up with some follows, depending on what salad weather, then they left, and they will always attract and. People Craigslist followers that he left behind when he died in nine hundred forty seven where a mixed bunch the largest number of them. And they weren't many was in California in Pasadena, whether it was a a not a large run run by Wilfred Smith who was an English ex patriot gone to Canada, and then to California, and there were a few people Dawson here, and there was absolutely tiny. And he had his main Representative was a Jeff call Gumma, we'd been arrested by the SS in Nazi Germany as a follower of what they call the high free most to Kylie and put in a concentration camp an estimate and in northern Germany, and he suffered that and eventually made his way to New York and by nineteen forty by the end of the war. He reached America and thanks to his American wife, and he was any. You by Herbert, and they the FBI used on handing him because he was German and and the old. I will school, and it was a fair that that could never tell where the crowd. He was a spy on. He was never never. I was crazy abandoning in America from nineteen fourteen to nineteen nineteen and it'd been investigated by the what was then the investigation the B B. I when Hoover was a relatively junior part of it. And they couldn't find anything more than than that. He may have been working for the British secret service in some capacity or other who was always nervous about currently and efforts to keep the matches America during the war. And he wanted to go over and see his followers Theresa in California. So really the revival of craziest. Thanks to the mostly. I think to the is is loyal. American follows some of them were not very. Well, good gun who succeeded him was a bit lax, shall we say, I think that's probably too. I don't think he really got enough of the Cody spirit to carry on carry on the task affective. And it wasn't until the nineteen sixty s when Grady mcmurtry off the Gumma died in sixty two in Grady mcmurtry seized the reins and started to bring the whole thing back together again, and since it's taken many years, and to reconstitute a re a realistic system of Crowly and sought in action in groups like the well, I'm particularly the OT, oh the auto temporary oriented. I think a lot of people Tobias confused Croly with the satanist Anton l'abbaye, I think they thought the these two guys were wanting the same. Did you ever hear that? I mean, this is this is this is absolutely right. I mean, currently didn't believe in a Satan. So. But I was looking for an I didn't have much about Lisa. There's an ambiguity isn't there in the? Accounts of sation you having also Lucifer the light bringer the morning stuff. And and therefore they have vendor. Your church will say, well, yes, he may be an angel. But he's a fallen angel on someone's life. But crazy was not interested in the toll in any cultivable etcetera. His basic watchword, which is an ancient one. That will the core is anything boxer. Granting of a licence to do as you please do as you will is to what this is the idea again at the divine mystery within a man and a woman as having a divine call that has a will. And the aim of life is to align yourself with that true. Well, true, well, not a false wheel and live accordingly. Have you can express that idea in many ways where you could say be your cell phone find the gifts that you've been given maximize some discover your talents. It's it's a totally positive thing. Isn't please yourself. It's not. You know, it's not a an abandonment of self. It's not a license to to really and yourself with with with ingesting as many drugs as you can find and so on and so forth, the critical the most austere moral precept ever because you had as he says. No, right. But to do that, I will you you'll hear to do your true will be here to interfere with anybody else. You're not here to to an answer the wealth. You're the so severe humanitarian so insightful with you. Your job is to know who you are and get on with this. Did he die penniless happy? I think he was happy to die. No, no, no, no, no. He he was some people are something. She was seventy two when he died. Penniless snow yet. I think had about oh tuten over two hundred pounds, which is a huge amount of money in a suitcase under his bed, which was at been given to him by his California and follow follows for the publication of his book Lieber Alice, and he wouldn't spend it on himself. This is typical of Crowley money. Put aside for what we got to spiritual. What was to be spent on spiritual? What he himself was living on very little was very thin when he died, but he was living in an excellent excellent boarding house in Hastings in in Sussex in the south of England, and he had little gift sent to him by followers tobacco favorite, let's hockey tobacco. And they sent him chocolates and Dunhill cigarettes and cigars, and you know, he was he was looked after by loving grew. He had lady Harris who was an artist married to the chief with the liberal party in the house of Commons. She used to come in for taking action taking on drives and in very sweet. So you had a group of admirers just in Subotica, George Orwell. She used to coming out. He had his secretary would come. He had he had people around him and. A Cambridge scholar with visiting one day or or an American writer would turn up and see him. So he had quite a rich life but nothing compared to use. And he missed the old days when he you know, before I was hit. He made the first serious attempt on the second is mentioned in the world. It climbed Kanchenjunga in nineteen o five into Japan. He'd been to walked across China. He'd been across India hit what lifted a Yogi in salon it spent five years in the in the United States. He climbs a high of Mexico tremendous adventure. Yesterday. I found I sent a very rare newspaper from Paris in nineteen oh three where he was interviewed by leprous newspaper, and it's the most respectful interview talking about him as a poet this was before he received the Booker the lowest here before nineteen ninety three and as mentioned, the Buddhist and the question was whether he was going to lead a Buddhist mission to the western whoa. This was something he took very seriously. In fact, it was done by his best friend. Helen Bennett, the first Buddhist mission to to England in nineteen hundred nights behind so many of the things that develop spiritual development, including probably radio show. Yeah, you can usually trace it to a combination of CRC, which is always been a significant factor in the United States, but also to his work which was. Off to his middle years was always on a shoestring. He didn't Harrison it fortune, and he spent his on his magical work, and he wasn't able he wasn't. He didn't have the mentality to make money. He he knew how to spend this. Yes. There is a mythic currently doesn't exist. And then there's the real man who I wanted my books to give voice to because his voice is true voice. Which is an important voice in my in my view because you thought he was getting the short end of the stick, basically, didn't you? I don't think there's been a figure in history has been vilified so unjustly..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Close new. He tweeted he said the Beatles did the nineteen sixties equivalent of auto tune on sergeant Pepper's they did not it's not sergeant peppers. Pepper's lonely hearts cluttering if you're going to refer to you say started pepper. Sweet listen, listen. No. They were being creative. They were doing things auto tune is not something that you could say is groundbreaking or creative anymore. This is the question. I wanna ask you we've got to get the hard news is top of the hour. But I just have to and I'm wanting to answer this question. I got to change my tone of voice Jarrod. How're you doing? Great. Did I ever tell you how I'd like you your good person? I like you too. I like all of us. Yeah. Me too. I like you. I got everybody that I have some questions. Okay. And you're here, you're you speak for this. I'm here you're there. Yeah. Stealing Arum actors. Well, hey, buddy. So I have questions you're you're the you're the millennial spokesperson. Okay. MS millennial spokesper. Scott it what in the why what is it about auto tune? You guys love so much for me as soon as I hear it in a song, my brain immediately goes not legitimate. This isn't music I'm off somewhere else. But obviously since for fifteen years into this. And everybody's still uses it your generation hears it and gets turned on. Yeah. Let's go over there. I don't mind it at all. I think some artists make it work. Really? Well. So it's just a thing that we should keep doing it for ten fifteen. It just should be a part of music forever now. I mean, I mean, you six thing. Thing he doesn't need to sing. Well, because he's. He's trying to make that track. Okay, Melinda political momentum. How does that make anybody sound? How I do not understand what it is. Obviously people your age here that get turned on like. Wow. Yeah. He this is a song where the vocal sounds just like seventeen other songs I love now, we're experiencing things in this world. And just like a totally new way. It's new to hear the same effect on a voice in every song that you listened to know. It's just like you think that your music without it is like a better, and no better, and they're experiencing things in a whole different way that you can't even late conc-. Let me ask you this. Molly the millennial. Do you think Paul McCartney listed this and tell me if you think seventy six year old Paul McCartney is cool?.
Geoff Emerick, Beatles Recording Engineer, Dead at 72
"And Jeff Emmerick medicine news here, the Beatles. Chief recording engineer who worked on some the band's most seminal albums has died. According to his manager. He was seventy two and believed have suffered from a heart attack. America was born December fifth nineteen Forty-five began working as the assistant engineer at Abbey Road. And and that just fifteen years old he worked with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, the studio he worked on such recordings. As love me. Do I wanna hold your hand? She loves you a hard day's night and later became the band's chief engineer for revolver sergeant Pepper's lonely heart clubs banned the white album and Abbey Road. So producer passed away. Seventy two