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"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Pepper's held at Chapel Street home of Brian Epstein media present media present are perplexed by the band's fashion statement in the music itself little did they know little did they know like what are they wearing what is this music you know nobody this isn't love me do okay it's a whole another Beatles you're about to see number suits in the media you know what I still go back to this when Bruce Springsteen released Nebraska they were all up his ass saying it's a money grab it's cheap and the E Street band was pissed because he boxed them out of that one and he released he recorded it in his basement and they I liked it right from the beginning yeah yeah you know but the jury I called the Jersey Shore fans didn't like it no yeah critics in the critics are like oh what is this what is a real the crew I never had a review in his time yeah well yeah great album he knew why would he put out a cassette recording and this wasn't recording in the studio proper why would he put it out if he didn't think it was really good yeah well somebody told him it was good you know and he listened even if he thought it was just him you know it's just demos that's what they originally were they were demos right May 26th sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Club band by the Beatles is rushed released in the UK as mono and stereo LPS ahead of the scheduled June 1st release date the closest Western civilization has come to unity since Congress of the Congress of Vienna in 1815 was the week sergeant Peppers album was released that's a great way to put it it was huge yeah there was something there was something for everybody on that record really certainly was certainly was in as legend has it it was the the retort to two pet sounds yeah and you know even though it was it penny Lin and strawberry fields were recorded then it releases other singles who had the hit of sergeant pepper there was a song got a lot more airplay than the others of sergeant pepper okay let's see with a little help from my friends I think so yeah yeah Ringo ringer had that ringer had the big hit I mean day in the life got a lot of play I mean the older songs got play but little help my friends was like a single I don't think I wasn't released as such though and I've said it before that the lyrics were changed late Ringo demanded that the lyrics be changed oh really what would I do if I sang you a tune would you throw it to motto at me was the original and he said fuck that Jack what's it really yeah he said no fucking way they're gonna throw shit at me if I sing this throw shit at me no no a tomato is yeah so he changed he said it has to be changed so it was would you stand up and walk out on me so who wrote that lyric Paul or John probably Ringo window the tomato thing is I think was mostly that was mostly a Paul song I think right they both had that sense of humor right yeah see I know things you know things I know stuff there were funny of those Beatles or outtakes are great yeah absolutely Paul's broken a glass brass glass broken glass what was that you know my name look up the number June 16th Barbra Streisand performs live concert a live concert a happening in Central Park in Central Park right June 16th through the 18th 1967 this is it right this is this is a big one the Monterey Pop Festival one of the words world's first outdoor rock music festivals it's held in Monterey California stars include the who Simon and Garfunkel Eric Burton and the animals the birds the Association Jefferson Airplane big brother in the holding company with Janis Joplin right that's when it started yeah that's when the the the record company was like they we got to push her divide and conquer we got to push that dude we got to push that dude he is the lead singer of the band we got a we got a push him and Jimi Hendrix Otis in the mg's take the stage at 1 a.m.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Yes, exactly. Number 5, love will lead you back by Taylor dayne. Her only number one hit and that song was actually intended for Whitney Houston. So she lucked out with that one. Let me see. Number four, this one dropped. You know, this was a form of number one that dropped to number four. Nothing compares to you. By cine O'Connor, go ahead and say it asshole, say it. Fucking say it, everybody does. I'm going to say it. Say it. Written by prince. He wrote it on. He wrote it on you wrote it on a manic Monday. While we're in a raspberry beret. That's right. Yeah, dang son of a bitch. Number three, and this song was actually sampled by an a biggie's in a Notorious BIG song. Number three, this week in 1990, been around the world, and I can't find my baby. I don't know, and I don't know why. Well, I just got so good. What? Who wrote that? Who's saying that? That was Lisa stansfield, but they sampled it in a notorious PIG song. He actually sings it, being around the world, and I can't say my biggest. Oh, this is a classic one hit one to right here. And you'll know what she was the song number two and this week in 1990 was fall in love. By don't want to fall in love. Don't want to fall in the Jane child. Never would have guessed that. Jane Tyler, remember the video she had to fucking hear the mega girl mullet and she had the earring that went from her nose. That's right. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'm with you. Yeah, change out. That was it, though. That's all she's ever known for. The mega check mullet in the airing that went on a chain from her nose to her ear. Which was pretty edgy in 1990. I got to say. It was pretty edgy. And number one, I don't know if I have ever had fucking heard this song. I'll be your everything by Tommy page. That was number one and this week in 1990. We're going to have a fucking moving on. Yeah, so on this day in 1964, The Rolling Stones came from America, 500 fans met the Kennedy airport. Then they went and did an interview. On this day in 1966, during the 12 hour session at Abbey Road studios, the B this is our song, Jack. The Beatles added overdubs on yellow submarine. With John Lennon blowing bubbles into a bucket of water and shouting full speed ahead, mister captain. And the roadie mount Evans played a bass drum stomp strapped to his chest, matching around the studio with The Beatles following and conga line style singing. We all live in a yellow. They were fucking, they were stoned. They had to be stoned. In this day in 1967, The Beatles released sergeant pepper's lonely hot.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Mind killer. I love the octopus. So yeah, it's like, I feel like this definitely has the darkest episode three is like the bright resolution to the whole storyline. It's like it ends it on a happy note. It does. Even though you know that in the end, the middle story doesn't end happily. It's like it gives you a happy ending. So speaking. Yeah. It ends. I mean, how many almonds did they do after this? Is this the last one? Let it be was the last album they released. Abbey Road was the last album they recorded. So it depends on how you look at it. Okay. I think that's what was throwing me off. So they recorded another album for this. Yes. They convened. So the reason why they were such a rush to record during this month was because Ringo was going to do a movie with Peter Sellers. Which is why they had the studio in the first place. Yes. And you see Peter Sellers appear briefly the actor. He shows up and says hi to everybody greets everybody then leaves. And so Ringo's going to do the movie the magic Christian with Peter Sellers. And so he goes off and does that. And then they reconvene. And they record Abby road after that. They use a lot of the songs that they've debuted during these sessions. You hear a lot of stuff that has already been recorded. They've already started working on. Yeah, they do a lot of tinkering and they I mean, watching their writing process in general, you can kind of tell that they always have stuff kind of in the back of their mind. They revisited stuff that they had. In the first episode, I think polls like, oh, well, me and John wrote a whole bunch of stuff back when we were like 14, 15, like 400 songs that we just have never gotten around to recording. Let's just dip back into that old well. Yeah. It's like, oh, oh. Okay. And they had done that before. So when they did the album Beatles for sale, when would they first got big in 1964? They were tearing constantly. They didn't have time to put together an album. So Paul used, I'll follow the sun. He wrote in high school. Sergeant pepper when I'm 64 was a song that Paul wrote for his dad when he was probably again in high school 17, 18 years old. Yeah. So because I think his dad was quite a bit older and was turning 64. And so he wrote that song was kind of a birthday gift to that. But there are multiple songs that date back to when they were like kids that they'd used before. Then they played one after 9 O 9 in this. That was one of the earliest songs that.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST
"The answer to this is for me question is drawn that it was the first beatle to get married. That's a sergeant proportionally hearts club band. I think August 1966, The Beatles permanently retired from tearing and pursuing individual interests for those three months during a return to London and November Paul McCartney had an idea first long walling on single in February 1967 and left off the LP. Sergeant pepper was recorded as a musicologist as an early concept album that advanced the roles of some composition incentive for soccer to imagery record sleeves in the produce of popular music. It's considered one of the first art rockies pro generator producers rock in the state of the 1916 one four Grammy Awards. Including album of the year the first rocky received its honor and 2000 recording registry while library cars and top several quarters industries falls for the best album of all time including those problems for our own sun magazine. Everybody is one of the best songs of all time in the UK's bestselling studio album with word in 32 million comparable as of 2011. They saw me as The Beatles also known as album. It's their 9th studio album. Release on February 22nd, 1968. At the May 1968, The Beatles returned to EMR studios. To commit to recording sessions at Austin's home mid October, after a series of various problems, including the producer George Martin, taking on and on holiday, we're going to start with the two weeks afterwards. 24 times certified platinum by the RIA disproves down to the last two albums. Which is your submarine? When you saw January 13th, 1969, that will only contain 6 songs. You also top 5 in the UK and U.S. charts. And now finally we have our last slide, which is abroad. We saw the September 26th, 1969. It was Romania and commercial success with the hit singles something and come together. That was one of the bestselling albums. Including a bow tie part of a certification where the RIAA does your turning into my podcast, hopefully I'll enjoy it. Be sure to say it's Internet for today's episode we'll be talking about the easy talk..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on HOT45CLASSICROCK PODCAST
"We are drawn to another keyboard in the guitar. You know, Paul McCartney on the base, George Harrison off on the guitar. Yeah, we're going to start in terms of discussion. They're considered one of the greatest bands of all time. They're all from Liverpool England. They built their reputation by playing small clubs in local and Hamburg. Brian Epstein the manager of both of them said professional artists. It went through an overdrive, including Pete best before I go started going in 1962. The pioneers were recording. It's already an artistic presentation. They were rooted in scaffolding 1950 rock and roll George Martin their producer guided and developed a reporting, including their first hit, but we do. Which was produced in late 1960. By early 1964, The Beatles were leading the British division of the United States pop barkey breaking newer solid director. There are also influential in the 1960s Potter culture movement. And played an important role in that. They see whether our days in 1964. From 1965 onwards, they produced the problems with credit complexity. Including albums, such as rubble soil in 1955 and revolver in 1966 and sergeant pepper's only harsh glove in 1967. They enjoy George Porter of course and starts with the white album, which was released in 1968 and Abbey Road in 1969. They all floated far greater Republican Christian soccer Delia drugs and the eastern spirituality. After the group's breakup of 1972, further in George the south was individual artists, but it was strong and killed in 1980 and George Harrison died of a lung cancer in 2001. And we were starting and probably musically active. We don't feel the greatest selling music out of all time. They won 7 Grammy Awards, including four BRIT Awards. In 1968, they found an Alba corps, which was the multimedia corporation that continues to oversee projects. Related to the rich success. There were ducks into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. When Time Magazine named them among Swedish most important 100 people, now they gave a brief history of their vans. Odds are going to talk about each album starting first and starting off with the music hearing question. So here's a question. What was the last time that John Lennon.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Informs us that Paul would have been 28 if he had lived on the back of the Sergeant Pepper album. You didn't just laugh there. It's true story. Dude, I'm telling you, the more you look it up, I the more it makes sense that that he's gone. Points to a specific lyric Wednesday morning at 50 Clock. The supposed time of Paul's auto accident last but not least the strongest and eeriest pieces of quote unquote evidence are the direct references and songs to head injuries suffered by Paul in an auto accident. Take a Listen I was alone I took a ride. Know what I would find there. You will crash and you lost your keep lose my mind out in a car. Didn't notice that the lights just changed. People stood Instead, they've seen his face before. Nobody was really sure he was around. Did your dad ever talk about that rumor? Paul McCartney was dead only jokingly, Really? Okay then he didn't. He didn't understand. So did the Beatles really plant clues, alluding to Paul's.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Here, right? You gotta blues blues got the vaccine Now you got to get it to please don't Please don't tell me we're going to have to Hear this again and in fact, all the help that you helped me with when we were younger is still helping me today. This guy sounds like he's broke right right now. And that's super cool. I guess I just wanted to say that after all these years, I never forgotten. Yeah, well, where's the information? What did this guy do? Why do you leave the show? Where did he go? What's he doing now? There's no information in the seven thing. None. I'm super glad we're still the kids. The one he's talking to the kid. No, but but but for the people were kids when he split. I don't know what he's doing now. Rise. He hooked on H, right, is he, uh, is he doing? Uh, you know, Crack cocaine powder Coke. They were pretty much there were rumors right when he left that he had, like, died. And just like Paul McCartney from the Beatles. There were rumors that he had died in a car crash. Is that right? Did on heroin. Wow. Whole big run of stuff that was supposed to have happened to him. But now That's wild. You know, I I like Sergeant Pepper's was all about, um, you know, uh, that's not true. There were. There were some songs that they gave clues that Paul the real part. McCartney died but the real Paul McCartney I know a lot of people laugh at me and you know Russell, bust my balls on this and so does value, but the real Paul McCartney did die. The the real Paul McCartney is dead. He died back in the sixties. This Paul McCartney that you guys see nowadays is a fake Paul McCartney and he was replaced because the Beatles you know back then you, you know. Video cameras. There's no Internet and somebody that this this Paul McCartney is not the same Paul McCartney, as was originally Beatles, the Beatles lead singer. This is a different guy. And there would be big news. No, I don't think that it was big news. I mean, that's the if they tried to squash it because the Beatles were so big, But if you look there's there's very little resemblance. Uh, this Paul McCartney doesn't have the talent that the old Paul McCartney had. And it's I'm telling you. I know he died when they were when the Beatles were still going. Beetles were just getting hot. He died when they were getting hot, and he died in a car crash. And, well, I prefer the newer poll anyways, because I prefer the later music in the earlier so teach his own right. That's fine. I'm not. I'm not saying I I'm not saying that he doesn't have fans, right? Sure, I'm just saying that. Did he say It's the same guy, right? Um and Lot of people think I'm crazy by George Harrison Right when he was dying, tried to, you know, tell everybody what happened, and they squash that as well, Um, but but the real Paul McCartney died in a car accident and you hear a lot of it in like Sergeant Pepper's. The whole thing was a tribute and a funeral to the real Paul McCartney. And you know, and that's one of the reasons why the other three guys suffered from such radical depression. We missed the guy, right. They were told by their label that they gotta stick this other, You know, uh, idiot in and and he's going to be called Paul McCartney. Um, but the real Paul McCartney died, Um, you know, look it up. You know, you can think I'm crazy. That's fine, right? People have before. Just look it up on the Internet and do a little research for yourself. And you realize when you come back, you're like Oh, sorry, Uncle T Bones. You're right. The real Paul McCartney is dead. I'm.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Don't let me down. Don't let me down! Don't let me die. Don't let me down. Nobody ever love me like you do. Oh, she does. Yes, she does. And if somebody loved me like she done, she Yes, she does already me down, darling. Down. Darling, you need, darling. I'm in love for the first time. Don't you know it's gonna last It's 11 last forever. It's 11 Go back. Don't let me down. Don't let me down! Don't let me down! Don't let me down. And no live music. Godly Blue Jay, go. Yes, she does. I guess nobody ever really done done with she don't Direct me down, all right? Don't already direct. Don't let me down. Let it be deluxe edition will be the last revisiting of the previously unreleased Beatles sessions and a restoration of this particular Get back. Let it be project is The one that really deserve the effort more than the other re healings of your Sergeant Pepper's and white albums that were pretty perfect as they were, at least to me, but Let it be and get back was always a cobbled together affair and what we heard just there is a slice of an album that was supposed to come out in early 1969 to be called Get back and to feature the rough, raw and ready tracks from, for example, the Beatle's legendary rooftop concert. In the building that was their headquarters in midtown London. There's the first rooftop performance of Don't Let me down just out the Beatles, the gift that keeps on giving apparently Paul Cavalcanti. New standards on W. N Y C. Leonard Bernstein's Lucky to Be Me, Jane Monheit..
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 RiYL
"We don't everything is a reaction to what we used to do. Whether it's whether we decided to exactly do it the same or do to do so. I don't know how that's gonna work out. It's a reaction you used to do but also like when something like brain candy you know obviously you. You had been wanting to do a movie for a long time. It had been something you've been thinking about. You know you finally get together. There was some friction in the creative process. That that i'm aware of and obviously the movie wasn't quite the success that you had hoped. Or as a springboard to additional movies sort of the process of i guess kind of licking your ruins must be must be overthinking and must be thinking like what what about it. What about uh successful. The good news. Is that what we enjoy the movie. We like the movie. The good news is that the overthinking happened after the movie And we there was no a blocks of stone. We just wanted to make a movie. We weren't going to have chicken lady in a world that she didn't fit in if and we end up renting movie where she didn't fit and we're going to tell a story Our biggest theme was that it was going to be a movie Wasn't gonna be a kids in the hall show. The showery meant the theme song. No place in it craig. Their friend from the odds. Canadian rock band Music that that fits that world perfectly. And of course he would because he's berlin and it was good not have any blocks of stone. I do over thinking. This is what i think is fitting in december eighth when we when i think artistically. I'm getting off soon. I swear to god. I i got over the time having fun though i compare. There's no time there's no time limit. I wanna make that clear. Thank you very much. I compare everything to the how the beatles did things and hide bar kevin de. It's a high bar but just not not even the quality the beatles started with you. I wanna hold your hand. They got a little bit of with rubber sole than they did. They peak with sergeant pepper and the white album. We jumped straight to try to do sergeant pepper monty python. Their first movie. Was there sketch their their best sketches filmed over again. Then it was a a gag fest. Holy grail which is my favorite movie. There's flies but their best movie was like brian. They earned it and same with the beatles. The urge sergeant pepper. We just isn't not that we were trying to but we jumped into a combat depression. Shot really been our first movie or third movie. It should have been a fun. Gag fest. maybe we're head crusher in a world where head crusher and chicken lady did fit in. Maybe even like a bit parts. But that's kind of thinking that. Bruce makes fun though he would join me if he stayed around for ten minutes. Thinking so is death comes to town. Is that your meaning of life word acid. And i don't know i don't know i don't know death comes to town that's a good question. How did that end up as a As more than narrative piece than than just doing kind of straightforward kids green. I think we were on tour and we wanted to and it was a tour our first tour ever..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on How Many Podcast
"Jefferson earth wind and fire and little brother. They were in the rock and roll movie sergeant pepper the one with the bg yup injured. Tyrod vote now doing the temptations. We're not gonna do earth. Jefferson is going to be upset about this jerry. His little brother jefferson move on the velvet. Underground no no smashing pumpkins world is damn a.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Pantheon
"So there you go. And i know you mentioned this earlier. Tj so yeah. Took a lotta notes from the early beatles albums in fact one of his favorite albums of all time was sergeant pepper during one session. They said the drums didn't quite have the big sound. They need it now. Bear in mind during a larger cortex space. Think of a ballroom so yelich suggested they actually moved the drums set to the center of the room. Not onstage. He then took a series of cardboard boxes broke them down folding them over each other and basically created a long cardboard tube. He taped the boxes together and taped one end to the kick drum. And then he ran microphones periodically down the tube and one at the end to create a bigger sound from the drums and catch it several as down as a traveled through the to interesting one of the things i hate about the current state of music. Now you would click a miles and get the sound you all. You used to have to really work for it. You talked about it quite a while back when you did the of mercury when you you talked about some of the techniques queen resorted to in the studio to get the sound that they wanted or don't are john bottom episode for the drums on the when the levee breaks in a stairwell with the microphones hanging like two stories above them up and stuff like that. And this is. Let's say i love the inventiveness of what like. How can i get the sound that i'm looking for. But they found ways to get. There's a lot more organic in cool when you somebody actually works and makes it instead of click. Yeah it's disposable. Music is not meant to last this stuff like refrigerators in music. That was better in the olden days. I'm glad we got medication. Now but dammit had freddie mercury back in like you used to just have to knock on the door. You didn't just walk up to the ring and go. I'm here with your baggage. allah song. Everybody by grandpa had a light bulb in his bone for ninety seven years. Never changed it. Actually you say that but we watched a special on the lighthouse burning for the life. No it's it's the century light is then in nineteen o one and it's still burning. The damn things used to be made out of like tungsten and horsehair plastic and dream seat plastic crap that i've after replaced one in my kitchen about once every other month yet. They say this got a thousand hours of burning time some tungsten and kill a horse or at least shave one. Let's get a sample of this ingenuity. This is another track off. Check your head from nineteen ninety-two.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ready to close to close. Fuck. Come back, please, not again. Love lost enough. Just win two way. It's too late. It is not lost. Fuck! My thing. Fuck. This much? Hmm. Yeah. I know why wait. I know why been blue? Yeah. Breakage life, Someone exactly like you. Now, why should we spend the money? On I showed, you know, one Does those love scene? He's sang like you. Yes, you make me feel so grand. Yes, I want to have to watch you. You seems to understand its ruthless new dream I dreamin. AB scheming Now I know why Mother And she taught me to bid you do She meant me for someone who is exactly like you. Sweet Mama. Yes. That was wonderful. Marvelous that you should care for me. It's awful nice. It's paradise. That's what I long to see. You made my life so glamorous. You can't blame me for feeling amorous arts. Wonderful. Smother. Ls that you should care for me. General dead. I've done enough. Not all those buttons back. Devils do it up, big man. I don't know. Mm hmm. Thank you. Okay? Mm hmm. It's wonderful. It's marvelous that you should care for me. It's awful nice. It's spirit, dice. It's what I long to see. Neil made my So glamorous. You can't blame me for bidding Am a river is a wonderful mother that you should care for that you should care for that. You should care for me. That you should care for me. It's one Corrine Alison having this wonderful time with Gershwin, Louis Armstrong exactly like you and too close for comfort with Natalie Cole. Cavalcanti new standards on W. N. Y C. There is a music hall quality to this song and many others on the Beatles Magnum Opus Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club band, and that is driven by the prominence of the.
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"All these years later, there's the Hey God, what happened when it was, you know, 20 years ago today, Sergeant Pepper told the band to play. It was four years ago more than four years ago that meeting in the Oval Office where they were plotting against the Trump administration, the incoming Trump administration and that's still being investigated. That's what the Durham investigation is largely about. They're still looking at. It takes time. You know, these are government jobs. They take a long time, but lunch bucket Joe. He's going to make a beeline to the extent that he could make a beeline somebody you have to show him the way to the Oval Office, even though he's been there 1000 times. But Helen, get in there and sit down, kick his feet up on the desk and then 17 executive actions or executive orders to reverse Trump policies restore Obama era programs on day one and again, Iran has expressed their excitement that President Trump is living. They've called him a tyrant. No tyrants, abused intelligence agencies and law enforcement and fiza courts to target their political enemies. Tyrants bomb more countries than any Now we're restoring the military industrial complex here. You gotta understand President Trump operated completely outside of all of Washington's traditional and historical norms. And one of those norms is that you've got to be a part of the military industrial complex, and President Trump was not, and he was scaling down our presence and in the Middle East in in in Iraq in Afghanistan while not giving away the store. Also, he was not on Iran's side, like the Obama Biden administration was And, uh and I gotta I gotta you know, the military industrial complex is thrilled to have the Biden administration coming in and have the Trump administration going out corrupt people in the deep state as it is now not so affectionately known. And the intelligence and law enforcement federal communities. They are thrilled to see the corrupt Biden administration that I mean, look, they're already under invest investigation by the FBI. The cloud of corruption hangs over them, and the special counsel already hangs over them. So there's a little bit of returning the favor. But President Trump didn't have to do anything that's happened organically, You see, which makes it completely and utterly different, just by the way, so President elect Joe Biden will sign 17 executive actions and orders in the first hours of his presidency, not even going to the residents..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Show would be better if you could swear not something. Sometimes I listen to these shows that can swear it seems like they You go out of the way to swear that's not good. But then again, if you get a bunch of guys joking around with each other and nobody else is around, you know the swearing begins anyway, so I don't know where the fine line is. If you're going to put together a show like that, where It was just natural. That would be the beauty of being able to swear on the air right now that you would just do it all the time for shock effect, but that whenever In natural conversation. It came up it will be allowed to come up. I'll figure it out tomorrow. I'll decide whether or not gonna swear O on the important I think. Wait a minute. Here's the law. We can't okay. Oh, man, You know what they are crushing my creativity. All right, Paul Stanley presents Give me some more entertainment stories. All right. This is the Big one. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which is in Cleveland, Ohio, is re opening this weekend after being closed for two months as if I needed another reason to visit Cleveland in the winner. Well, they have good restaurants. I knew that. Do you think they have good restaurants? Good. Sports bar right across from the field where the team play. They don't know what they're called. Now that took away their name. They didn't It's Cleveland, but they're not allowed to call them that. You know the you know, they I word. I can't say that the guy all the other evening, the baseball team. There's not the Browns. I mean, the brown talking about the baseball team, not the book. Okay, I get that. But I didn't know that. Is there gonna be called the Cleveland baseball team? When we're gonna be called the Cleveland I words? Cleveland didn't know didn't wanna go. Oi, Words rolled right off the tongue works for me, You know, So you're in the know you're in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. I love rock and roll like you just got it right. She didn't write. It was a band called Arrow from England. But, uh, I love rock and roll, but I find the rock and Roll Hall of Fame to be completely Ridiculous. You don't like the way it is, You think exhibit. Well, look, I've never been there have only problem Was she rock and roll? I don't She's talented. She was talented is that she was just beautiful, talented lady and it's a shame that that's what happened towards that It happened. I get I get you on a rant about the rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and I think I've done it many times. And then the audience gets bored, and I always have to make the point that Rock and roll is not a place that should have a Hall of fame. Now there should be places where it's celebrated museums, if you will. Yeah, I'd love to see the Sergeant Pepper's outfits and, yeah, eventually be places where it's celebrated the place in Seattle that I've never been to, I think kind of does that It's just sort of celebrates. Rock and roll and you see all there's the guitar that Kurt Cobain had or something. I mean, that's fine or theory, journal lyrics written down by Bob Dylan of Blah, blah, blah. Whatever. Celebration of rock and roll. I think it's fine, but here's the years and I'm gonna go into my rant here. Here's the problem. The problem is the greatest rock and roll band of all time may not have been heard by almost anyone, meaning it could have been some band from Minneapolis. And the replacement. They were. Oh, no, I'm not talking even getting that big. I'm talking about. Ah, band That was some people saw them for two or three years, but at some 30.1 guy decided I'm going back to school. Another guy got married had to go get a job, Whatever. And they only lasted like two or three years and the people who saw them remember it will never forget it. But most people didn't see him and they don't get it. The reason I say that you can't have a rock and roll Hall of Fame is because I don't care how small of a town you are in If you have the potential to one day, be a great pitcher. At the pro level. The pro level will find you. The coach is at the small high school will talk to whatever you'll end up going to a larger college will be seen by scouts. You'll get into the system, but the rock and roll band that only exists for three or four years that goes away. It's not going to ever be seen by the level of the people who decide that this this was the greatest rock and roll band or one of the greatest rock and roll bands. My other rant, and I will do it again whenever the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame comes up. Is to say some people argue about certain things like you. Look it, uh Eli Manning is going to get into the Hall of Fame, right? He's going to get in the Hall of Fame because he won two Super Bowls. Right. His stats are not all that great, but he won two Super Bowls, and he's a driving reason why they won those Super Bowls, so he is going to get into the Hall of Fame. By that measure. No matter how snobby you are. Sticks and R E O Speedwagon should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They sold Brazilians albums they sold out..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on WJR 760
"If dog hair were money, you'd be wealthy. I've taken hold dogs off her couple of times I've taken to make it stop. I had a shepherd was happy. Wasn't working. Always working with the tube. I'm just walking around, sucking up dog hair all over the carpet. Well, I Invested. Finally, Okay, the advice of my daughter and a couple other people. I trust I went out. But the shark professional this week, Okay, you'll appreciate this before I did it. I vacuumed right? Up and again Can I vacuum we way Don't just run the machine over the we vacuum. Okay, so I picked up a lot of stuff went out. Bought the shark brought it home. My son put it together for me. Oh, honey, I know anyway, started it up. And I gotta tell you it picked up stuff I couldn't believe was still a really You're impressed. I would have gone up but three more. I could sell that machine. All right. So, Mr Consumer Report it's shark. From who? This is the shark professional. It was on sale. Of course. Of course I found this room. I mean, they've got him everywhere anymore, but I've been looking at him for six or eight months. It was the best one they had s. Oh, that's what I bought, and it's the carry away so I can lift Lesher, the piece of it with the motor. Okay, do the walls and the light fixtures and in the stairs and all that kind of thing. It was 250 bucks. Okay, and I would It's worth far more than that. Just done. One day I used it. I couldn't believe I'm impressive. Never. Yeah. Clicks for I know s Oh, hey, if you if you're looking to replace that what you've got Hey, stick around coming up a 10 30. We're gonna have Jared Bo Shan. From both ship water treatment solutions on talking about how you could make sure you and your family are always consuming. We just refer him this morning. We did on an email. Yeah, well, let's talk about that. We come in seven years ago today. Guess what? The temperature was. Don't look at it. But guess what. The temperature was. We'll talk about that. We get back. I was like the opening to a Beatles song for seven years ago. Who? Today? Here you go. Sergeant Pepper started out to play. Yeah. Hey, remember, we said if you want to get some work done this spring, you need to start calling now. Yes. What do you want to get a rough inspection? What if you don't know? I just want to get your rough Inspector Chuck, you gotta have it done by somebody who trusted knows that there Doing and that you would hire to replace the roof. If it needs being, of course you and I always believe there's one company we can refer. Oh, I know you're talking about Kearns Brothers..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"A few months later with Meryl Saunders of the Capitol Theater in New Jersey, So that's really when that kicked off, and then I saw the dead when they resumed touring in the East Coast and 76. So you saw Jerry with moral, which was always? I mean, I saw Gerald Marlin. So many different places like Keystone and Berkeley. Or, you know, little clubs, clubs E up and up in the Santa Cruz mountains. You know, around different places, probably a number of times in Marin County like it. I don't mind share or Sergeant Pepper's or, you know those old clubs in Marin County. Um But I mean moral with his little with his little you know, captains had another another hat. Yeah, he was. He was classic. You have a picture on your website? By the way, Your website is great. What is it? It's mink in photography store dot com. You haven't picked you have a picture. I think you said that your fist first dead show on the West Coast in San Francisco. There's a ship behind it looks like probably a Coast guard ship. You can see you can see the the communications tower with radar. And then John Kahn, who looks like Frank Zappa in those days standing behind, but stand behind, Jerry, right? Yeah, that was the actually. That boat was the Greenpeace. The Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior boat. Okay. It was a benefit for Greenpeace. It was my first trip to San Francisco. And in my wandering around the city. I saw a sign on a telephone pole that he said Jerry Garcia was playing. You know that Friday, Jerry, this way way exactly. The place called the Embarcadero. You don't even think I was able to pronounce that word. And yes, it was really my first good shots of Jerry. Right up close in all his splendor. Yeah, so that I mean, those were the days with John Kahn and probably Ron tat on the drums. Ron Tut was Noah, drummer for Jerry for a long time. Also Elvis's drummer in Elvis's heyday. Yep, on John Cotton, Dollar Dollar Tickets. Yeah, and and and Jerry was playing the old Metal guitar in those days variety that that show his playing the aluminum that Travis Bean right and and Phil Lesh play to Travis being a metal base for because they traveled well, I mean they were indestructible. Yeah, they have problems with. Well, I'm not sure I heard there were heavy. You lighter now you're probably heavy. All right? Yes. So can we take a break and you hang Yeah. You better get their things to do. Nope. I wouldn't blame me if you did. 19 minutes after three o'clock on a Friday afternoon, just talking music with Bob Minkin..
"sergeant pepper" Discussed on Pantheon
"More than the song right i agree with. Yeah yeah and there was a unique situation because you had neil actually writing all the lyrics which is sort of pretty heavy mounds of how you know most most bands kind of work. But i think you know. I think that image struck a chord. Because you know i think society you know like the social like like the cultural climate at the time was a little sort of like anti you know anti rockstar. Like you know the everyday person glamorizing the idea that the everyday person can be as important as especially coming out of the eighties right which was all about like everything was everything was over sexed and glamour. Yeah and inkatha surface maybe a little bit. You know like there but yeah what you remember of it right. No that's actually not speaking to your your earlier comment about tenacity and craft and so on i was living in l. A. at a time when it could have done irreparable damage to me to be there. But i had the good fortune of being a workaholic and having a good work ethic so i i really missed out on. I did go to the roxy a couple of times and i did witness salad bowls of cocaine and things like that but it was. It wasn't something that. I i subscribe at bowls of cocaine. Perfect a lot of selling title together after this writer say nobody would any cocaine so addressing. I kid you not. I kid you not. Behind the velvet ropes sat a very dynamic rockstar whose name will will go unmentioned but he was flank. I some pretty outrageously beautiful women in right in front of him was his bowl. So you knew that. The police commissioner in that club was pretty much in concert with each other. He was dipping in the ball to the problem. I have to ask the after. Ask the question that i have whether it's a band or a client so on i'm always interested in knowing musicians favorite covers whether they they are their own or just history what covers have spoken to you. as being brilliant like for me the white album was a brilliantly cheeky and the beatles could get away with such a faceless cover because we you are after all the beatles but I love to hear what you consider to be your favorite covers from history. I always loved. Disraeli gears yeah ya yeah and is it rubber soul or is it meet the beatles. What was the four floating faces the black and white with On the side was the idea that was meet. The beatles meet the beatles That always Always a striking coverage me always always And much emulated thereafter. That whole italy. The half black facing wait that knackery justed this. Yeah the simplicity of using Shadows in beautiful ways But but at the same time highlighting highlighting the members of the band. Yeah yeah yeah Stat and then. I don't remember which boston album it was. But the sort of like the guitar spacecraft. Yeah the spacecraft. They pretty iconic and famous yet. I mean almost talk about record covers and not talk about sergeant pepper's no the his lack going on but i mean i remember. I remember staring at that album as a kid. 'cause my my stepfather had it on vinyl and i remember just you know what would seem like hours staring at it and still finding new visuals you know and then just all the mystique was wrapped around. You know like somebody's holding something in there's another head back there and it's there because of this this all the conclusions were drawn from. It was just of be speaking of salad bowls right now. It is definitely a phenomenal cover and yet beautiful that covers. It's technically so primitive. And yet it still it still was conceptually and and i think sometimes you know overrides the the execution. If i can ask you a question. I want to derail his. But how do you like. You're talking about videos in just the importance of almost kind of you know we're living in this time right where like and it's relevant. It's relevant to the mass box conversation. Because you know we were an mtv one. I think one of the things that really contributed to our success at time to was that you know it was kind of the height of mtv and vh one and know absolutely had the extra vehicle we kind of had the benefit of being successful in a time. Where you know. Television individual was really important and in the internet was also starting to become a factor. Yeah we we caught a you know midway through our career started to benefit from the the digital side of things but now you know we look. We look at something like mtv in. It's all reality television. They changed their format. You see him. He was hanging on for minute. They still play videos but they are going. You know to licensing old movies and you know what i mean right two daughters guys all have kids too. You know they don't television is how is not how they digest thing. So how do you know about the importance of video the role of the person. I was peripherally involved. I did art direction on rush videos and so on but ever video director. I often wanted to be. I thought i could be very. I saw how much work there was involved in doing it. I also i also saw some of the the varying budgets involved in how much was expected. You know I money out of it is. It's ridiculous yeah. I think one of the reasons you don't see videos as much now as is people are to hip to being. 'cause the brits were very very clear on calling videos commercials they would call them commercials instead of videos and i think that's telling term because to try and sell any young person today music. They need to find it on their own. So if you package something up and make too slick. That doesn't mean that if you do a youtube piece there's a performance is a section of performance in the youtube piece. It wouldn't speak to someone but it needs to come off as you know. It's like watching harry styles. senior The howard stern show if you've never seen crawl performance prolonged what's nice charming about it but telling as you see how talented he and his band is. But it's right off the floor. And that stuff. I think speaks more to people now than than a david mallet video for and there was a couple of russell mulcahy david they did. All of the aerosmith whitesnake right. Yeah which men with their smith where their videos were just. Oh yeah epic mini movies man. And i mean that that was during the giddy grip hair which et hugh did the cover for the grip album. Nan that's a great cover to the car right. And that knows mommy. Cowan indiana's in indiana cow henry. County cow yeah. You did so much. Great stuff you've been. I'm gonna i'm going straight to your next step google when we finish this up. I'm going to look at all your stuff. Thanks i i hope you enjoy it and ad. 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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
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
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