35 Burst results for "Seventies"

Kemba Walker returns, but Knicks blow out Celtics 105-75

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 hrs ago

Kemba Walker returns, but Knicks blow out Celtics 105-75

"Julius Randle in the next came away with a statement win in Boston routing the east leading Celtics won all five to seventy five Randall led the way with twenty points and twelve rebounds R. J. Barrett added nineteen points to help the six and eight next nap their five game losing streak in convincing fashion with the NBA having any team pretty sure I've been seeing a lot of teams that are just gonna fight your way out of it we did that we would get a big win today just got your New York never trailed and swelled its forty eight thirty five halftime lead to as many as thirty seven in the second half to deny Boston a six straight wins Jaylen brown had a game high twenty five points for the eight and four Celtics I'm Geffen cool box

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From Baked Alaska to a guy with horns: notable riot arrests

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 4 hrs ago

From Baked Alaska to a guy with horns: notable riot arrests

"More than a hundred and twenty five people from all over the country have been arrested so far related to the deadly riot by president trump supporters at the capitol and the F. B. I. says expect more federal prosecutors say those arrested include far right media personality team geo name known as a baked Alaska for live streaming inside the capitol saying I'm staying in seventeen seventy six baby Emily Hernandez seen in photos with house speaker Nancy Pelosi's broken name please Richard Barnett also in photos with his feet on her desk then there's former mayoral candidate Jenny cut arrested after posting a video bragging about breaking down below the C. store and mother and son resides in harden Eric modular Fishel say he was seen with zip ties his mother by his side former marine a proud boys member Dominic Mazzola seen on video breaking into the building with a police shield and later smoking a cigar according to the FBI and Brandon fellows who they say gave media interviews about how participating in a riot would get him date I'm Julie Walker

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Nepali team first to top world's 2nd tallest peak in winter

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 hrs ago

Nepali team first to top world's 2nd tallest peak in winter

"The team is not please climbers have made history by skating Pakistan's K. two the world's second highest peak Pakistan's all playing club soccer treat cara high dairy confirm the climb was an exceptional achievements the client get to first time inventors and over twenty eight thousand feet K. two is the most prominent peak on the Pakistani side of the Himalayan range winter winds on Katie can blow up more than a hundred and twenty five miles per hour and temperatures dropped to minus seventy six Fahrenheit underscoring the danger hi Terry reported a Spanish member of one of the four international teams trying to make the winter ascents died in the efforts wide descending from can one took Biskind Karen Thomas

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UK aims to give 1st COVID-19 shot to all adults by September

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 hrs ago

UK aims to give 1st COVID-19 shot to all adults by September

"Christens foreign minister has announced ambitious plans to have all its citizens vaccinated by the end of summer this year Dominic Raab announced the aim is the nation's healthcare system battles the worst crisis in its seventy two year history all target is by September tenth of all foods well the adult population and at first as if we can do it fast not great but that's the road map ready beleaguered hospitals are missing another cave at nineteen patient every thirty seconds putting the service and its most precarious situation ever speaking on Sky News rob urged the British people to help the NHS as much as they could to everyone watching shows to focus on is it here into the room so we don't overwhelm the NHS which is under serious pressure Karen Thomas London

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No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 hrs ago

No. 1 Gonzaga overcomes slow start, beats Saint Mary's 73-59

"The number one ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs faced a first half challenge but assume control after the break the posting ninety five seventy one of the pepper dine ways Corey Kispert led all scorers with twenty three points as Gonzaga but only four points at intermission we got the fast break going in the second half the transition is way better in the second half to I'm really good at finding buckets in transition kind of flooding seems out of we kind of got back to doing what we do and be who we are in second asking you sort of forget Tammy scored twenty points while Joe well ARE and Jaylen sucks at nineteen and eighteen points respectively as four Bulldogs scored in double figures the team shot sixty one percent from the field after the break the wind up guns I guess record of thirteen and on the season and a seventeen game win streak overall I'm Jim Bernard

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Uganda says president wins 6th term as vote-rigging alleged

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Uganda says president wins 6th term as vote-rigging alleged

"Another disputed election this one in another country Uganda where the same leader has been declared the winner again extending his rule to for decades Uganda's electoral commission said Saturday president you worry was seventy one a six term supporters took to the streets to celebrate but officials are still struggling to explain how polling results were compiled a minute internet blackout challenger Bobby wine as singer turned lawmaker calls the result fraudulent he's old up in his home fearful for his life but spoke publicly Friday we have certainly won the election and wanted by five get almost seventy I need small clickable press as a train yet again impose themselves on the people of Uganda barber seventy says not so yes you need to know to be the most she T. V. elections since nineteen sixty two our top U. S. diplomat to Africa because the election fundamentally flawed I'm Julie Walker

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The Great Gatsby

Planet Money

03:07 min | 2 d ago

The Great Gatsby

"In nineteen twenty five. F scott fitzgerald published the great gatsby and like pretty much every author. He copyrighted the book when it came out which you know fair enough the way copyright worked at the time fitzgerald and his heirs could collect royalties from the book for fifty six years. All the way until nineteen eighty-one and during that time if anybody wanted to make movie or play or anything at all based on gatsby they would have to get permission and probably pay a licensing fee to the fitzgerald family. And then according to the law after the fifty six years the book would go into something called the public domain fitzgerald's kids or grandkids wouldn't get royalties any more and more importantly anyone who wanted to could print up and give away copies of the book or rewrite it from toms horses. Point of view or create gatsby on ice anything at all and you know copyright. Is this balancing. Act on the one hand you want to encourage and reward people who write books create things but you also want to let those things enter the public domain at some point so we can all share them and tweak them and build on them and make more creative stuff. The artists figuring out how long to keep something in copyright there was nothing special about fifty six years. That's just a number that congress picked and then they decided to change it in nineteen seventy six just five years before the great gatsby entered the public domain. Five years before gatsby on ice congress changed copyright law. They said among other things fifty six years not quite long enough under the new stronger rules. Gatsby wouldn't go into the public domain until two thousand one and then just a few years before that congress jumped in again and made copies of old works last even longer under the new new rules. Gas would not go into the public domain until almost one hundred years after it was written until twenty twenty one but still sounds like some meat up year from the future to me. And you know congress could have kept pushing this date making the copyright longer and longer until the three thousand or something like that but there's been some pushback on the ever lengthening copyright period. Not enough pushback to start making the copyright shorter but enough to stop making them longer and so on january first of this year. Finally the great gatsby went into the public domain into our domain. It belongs to us now. It belongs to everybody. And what we now own i have to say is a complicated book. It has the romance and beauty of america. It also has the racism and misogyny and anti semitism of america and maybe the most american thing about the It's all about money. This is a book about why people want money and what they do when they get it and what money does to them. In other words. Gatsby is the perfect story for planet money and now that gets me is in the public domain. If we wanted to we could talk about it for a minute at the beginning of the show. Yeah say hello and welcome to planet money sticking ahead break in and then we could read the whole thing. We could read the entire book the entire book and posted on our podcast.

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Uganda's President Fends Off Opposition In Contested Election

PRI's The World

02:50 min | 2 d ago

Uganda's President Fends Off Opposition In Contested Election

"In uganda. Election officials are counting the votes from yesterday's presidential election the incumbent president yar Seventy appears to have taken an early lead but the leading opposition candidate. Pop singer turned politician. Bobby wine is alleging fraud. He also said today that his home is under siege by government troops. The world's lima candy is in uganda's capital compiler. Were seeking to her by phone honeymoon. I know you spoke earlier. Today with bobby wine. What did he have to say. Yes. so today. Visited his home I have to is surrounded by the military They've they've essentially set up a checkpoint right in front of his home Enter keeping tabs on who enters and leaves And he thought it's been like that for at least a week that heavy police presence And when it comes to the election he essentially called it a sham. The election results are still being being counted. The final is ultimately come out until tomorrow but he said many of his election observers from his party when able to actually access polling stations yesterday. And there's a big question about whether the actual pulling results from across the country if that's actually be sent the national telling center here in kampala. Election results were expected to come out tomorrow. What's the government saying about the process. I won't be electoral commission which runs the election has been saying that due process is going smoothly that there really aren't big problems I mean again. Election votes are still being counted. And again remember. There's no internet so all hearing results being announced by the electoral commission About different areas in the country. We still haven't heard election results from senior some colin and surrounding area. I mean that's going to consider area. Where bobby wine has a lot of support so some people i spoke with Don't really feel confident in election. Because of that because they haven't seen results come from here we are now And also because there's no internet roll the lying on radio and tv and these are the that information is coming from. The elect electoral commission directly. Is there internet. Because there's no internet or is it because the government shutdown good question. I haven't heard the government say specifically directly that they're the ones who shut shut it down but i mean uganda's a developed country. I've been hearing multiple times with few problems with my internet. So the question is who who else could could do that That's earlier this week. President did admit that the government had restricted social media. So it is a far cry to to suggest that the government was the one that shut down the internet But they haven't said that directly and yes. The internet is shut shut down. Shut down shut

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Post Malone gives free pairs of shoes to healthcare workers

Daily Pop

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Post Malone gives free pairs of shoes to healthcare workers

"Healthcare workers have had an impossible. Year and post malone is thinking them with some impossible to find shoes. He teamed up with the nonprofit musicians on call to donate ten thousand pairs of his sold-out crocs to seventy hospitals across the country. That's what i'm talking about. That's what i'm talking about. i'm i want. Some crocs post malone yeah gives some approximate tattoo on them crops below comfortable's everyone says because i've never had a pair. Do i need a pair. Do do it once you do it. You're stuck you'll need the back ones all the blue ones. I need these. You're going you know it's corona just where the house make. Sure you have your nice shoes by the door. The put them in the back of your car. My my grandma calls him sit in. Tips sees it. just tippin. sit down and put your on.

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UK announces closure of all travel corridors starting Monday

The Briefing

00:58 sec | 2 d ago

UK announces closure of all travel corridors starting Monday

"Travel corridors have been suspended. It's not as if many of us had overseas family visiting anyway but all travel corridors into the uk will be suspended from four am on monday. The prime minister announced the decision. Saying this is not the time for the slightest relaxation of our national resolve. Anyone who wishes to travel to the uk must prove they've had a negative test in the last seventy two hours that also be required to quarantine for ten days comes as a leading. Scientists said one of the brazilian variants of coronavirus has been detected in the uk. But this isn't the more concerning mutation picked up in travelers going to japan. Another one thousand. Two hundred eighty people have died in the uk after testing positive for coronavirus with other countries. All right is mostly down since last week and the number of daily new cases appears to be turning a corner. But mr johnson warned against any sense of complacency. We've got an explainer of everything. We know about the brazilian

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Apple Is Top Pick For Growing PC Market

Mac OS Ken

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Apple Is Top Pick For Growing PC Market

"Send them. You probably never thought you'd hear from wall street. Apple is the top pick for the growing. Pc market. I'll give you a moment. Apple's read out. Oh ren part of a note from counting company analyst. Chris sang car on thursday for calendar. Year twenty twenty. He and his. The pc market grew over eight percent driven by all the working from home and schooling at home for twenty twenty one more of the same. They think the segment will grow another two and a half percent this year the way the firm sees it. Hp will do well by units sold. Mostly they'll be chromebooks. Though for the stock to do. Well sang card thanks. They'll have to revitalize their printing business the firms not seeing great things for dell this year. They see improvement for that company. Once people start going back to the office and apple in the it hardware space says san cars note. Apple remains our top pick given refreshed macbook and ipod product portfolios estimated seventy percent plus and education sales exposure and new in sourced m series chips. The could help alleviate some cpu procurement who would've thought two years ago that we'd be talking about pc's grow segment and if we were who thought we'd be talking about apple. Cowen company has an outperform rating on apple shares. The firm's price target on the shares is one hundred thirty three dollars.

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Pop star Bobi Wine’s party fears Ugandan elections have been rigged

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:01 min | 2 d ago

Pop star Bobi Wine’s party fears Ugandan elections have been rigged

"Polls have closed in uganda in an election which had been dogged by violence and where the government has this week. Shut down the internet. Preliminary results suggest a strong lead for you wairimu. Seventeen who's kept an iron grip on the country for nearly three and a half decades. His opponent is bobby. Wine singer turned politician. Final results are expected tomorrow. The contest as revealed deep fissures between the rich who support mr who seventy and a younger generation. Who back mr wine. These tensions reflect a wider political unease in the region where concerns are growing about threats to democracy is don don gotten as bobby wind. Leeann taylor writes for the economist and his base. In kepala. he'd come out to speak to the press just moments ago instead the election the worst rigging in bandon history. He could scott himself as the president. Elect president-elect said he's winning by so he sent me this he's one is and has he won so some ugandan media station to putting preliminary results from the votes which come in so far. Just being. The incumbent president stephanie. A very healthy league. But it's very hard to verify likely what's going on because incident has been shut down across the countries night before the votes. Which makes it very difficult to know what's happening. And that's why we're speaking to you by phone today. But why has that shutdown happened. So one reason why is because the filled up to the fights probably wine had launched and supporters encouraging them to take pictures of the results forms meeting the vigil polling station upload them under app and so then the opposition were able to produce their own alternative results. The government is trying to clamp down on that Also the government is trying to clamp down on communications generally. Because they're very worried that there's all these executive president of seventy that will be a unrest parts. The streets come product.

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Interview With Sister Helen

Criminal

06:11 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Sister Helen

"It's phoebe. A great way to help support our show right now is to buy some criminal merchandise. We're launching a brand new online shop and we'll be adding all kinds of new things to it in the coming months this month. Where adding a brand new enamel pin and instead of twenty five postcards featuring some of our favorite episode illustrations by julien alexandre. We also have t shirts and tote bags even an. I'm phoebe judge mask to check out our store go to this is criminal dot com and click on shop. Thanks very much for your support. Are you in new orleans. Yeah i am. How is new orleans. Today it's fine from what i can see for my house. Know new orleans is new orleans. It's a great city We're doing all right. But i gotta tell you phoebe we just my little brother just died yes today. He got covert. So oh i'm sorry of Yeah he He had a lot of underlying conditions. He was seventy six so he just It's just a terrible disease and you know we're louisiana. We'd love people love being with each other and you know you can just see how people get it because they wanna have. These gatherings and people dropped the guard and spreads and Think pets may be how he got it anyway. But i'm at peace with it because he would ahead such terrible road if he had made it through and Som- glad god is that you've been around death for for a long time or at certain moments. Is it any easier for you to mourn someone or accept death. Now that you've seen it and seen it in such a public way But also in a private way with your own family while private of course is if flesh and blood your heart is soul you know and it mother father sister brother used to set the table for five and now it's me and it's very it's kind of in a way. Too big to get hold of there. Was this little kid in the same. Thomas housing projects that reporter was interviewing him. They'd been another shooting in the projects here in new orleans and So the interviewer was talking to the kid. Each probably like about eight and just trying to see how this always impacting his life and at one point the interview the kid said i'm too young to understand this. Well i'm eighty one. And i'm too young to understand this. This huge mystery is that we all die in. I've seen so many die. There's a part of me. I can go through the whole ritual of it but to take it in and that i'm gonna die. That's what impossible everybody dies but me. You know that feeling so it's just a big old mystery and what i'm thrown back on is louie lives inside. May now my little brother and then moving over to the public of the six human beings that accompanied the execution and What you do. What i do with death is arm alive. I wanna live my life to. The full is authentically. As i can. I wanna live in the reality. That death is part of it but to live because death can just punch in the stomach knocked the wind out you know it just knocks the the joy of life. The desire is stunned in a way and then comes back and you go. It's a new day. It just from being alive as a human being existential way of putting it is. The truth is i'm alive and i wanna live. I wanna live authentically. And i wanna live to the fall. And that's that's to me is what it leaves me with his. This mandate to live and to live fully. Which means to love is fully as i ran and when it comes to loving in the criminal justice system it means working really hard for justice and for people's voices to be heard. I wonder if you'd mind introducing yourself. Yeah like say about time. I i've i would have stopped you but i like to hear you talk so i just said well. We'll get her namely get her name. Nothing like drinking from a fire hose. I'm obsessed to helen. pray sean. Now my sister of saint joseph catholic nun win sister. Helen prejean was young. she declared the chewed either. Grow up to be the president or the pope. Instead when she was eighteen she became a nun. A fellow nun once described her as a hurricane. She's eighty one should think that you are the most famous none in america. Where does that. We're famous means a lot of people know your name. Yeah probably i would say yeah. That's what that means. Because i've been out there so much. I guess i got street. Cred kazaa ben in thirty something years. And i do speaking. I'm not traveling anymore. Because of covert. But i'm zoman mob bloom in head off. I mean because you can still talk and be present two groups and thou so. I'm doing a lot of that.

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What You Need to Know About Bitcoin Layer 2s

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

08:49 min | 2 d ago

What You Need to Know About Bitcoin Layer 2s

"Everyone will come to. Our panel layer twos on bitcoin with melting juniors chief strategy officer at coin shares and nick carter general partner at castle island ventures. Welcome milton nick. Hi laura so exciting to be here. And i have to give thanks to nick in advance. I roped tim into sitek around like doing this. I wanna have. I'm risk can with you know. I'm very glad to be here though is a really great remix of of massive attack. Just before the saw's really enjoying that. Yes so was i. So let's start our discussion by just defining what layer one and layer to are for people who don't know just to make sure we're on the same page and also multiple layers are necessary at all. Shirk jonah kick it off nick. I can start. i can start in. Virtually every payments system there they functioned in layers so when we talk about layers and bitcoin or cryptocurrency. It's actually completely in line with how things work in the traditional payments base. So you know it's possible to send a wire as a consumer you know. We have access to fed wire. Want but you know for the most part when you use dollars you're transacting with credit systems or peer to peer payments like bone papon cetera. Those would be considered second or even third layer on top of more fundamental clearing infrastructure. Where you have backed payments which happen less frequently and their larger in size and those payments at the bottom of stack of higher assurances. So and they kind of settled immediately as opposed to higher layer payments which settle on a deferred basis so credit card payments are not final immediately so extend that analogy to Currency just sort of contextualized it a little bit. Bitcoin payments would be considered fast settling high assurance payments. So those are my mind can have utility scale transactions. You can use months. Value can have confidence. they're going to settle. Immediately layer to in. My view is more about deferring settlement getting more skill ability through training off against those settlement. Assurances are getting faster finality By trading off again against assurances so basically opening up the design space and mirroring. Those you know that that layered model that we have in payments itself and i think that's really how payments systems scale as far as we understand them it's unlikely that unite everybody on the bottom layer the that would be like all we ever used for. Transactions was sending wires to each other. So that's kind of my view of it multiple. Know if you've a different diagnosis. I think the way you articulated. Nick is a great starting point You know the analogy. We use often is the bitcoin. Blockchain is more akin to fed wire. And what we've seen you know. A lot of other protocols have moved more quickly to adopt layer twos. I think the ferryman particular is one that from the very early days had a mindset to sort of start moving towards layer two and one of the interesting observations is over the last six Six months pardon really as we've seen the explosion of defy a new financial primitives being implemented on top of the theory. Obviously it's resulted in a lot of challenges in network availability network throughput and rising price in in sending transactions across the network deploying contracts now. Obviously bitcoin doesn't function in the same way. But what. I think is important to note. Is you know. There is an important function here. Whereas bitcoin usage grows and the adoption of bitcoin grows a number of use cases that were utilizing for bitcoin grows. We're going to need different layers. That have these features. That are optimized for the specificity of the use case. And that's something that's talked about a bit more in other protocols that are newer and i've had an opportunity to learn from watching what's happened in bitcoin but i think it's been interesting to observe you know i'm in many people's minds we really don't ever think about the amount of bandwidth we're consuming or the cost of connectivity to the core protocol which were interacting and in many ways the way i think about bitcoin For the first time in human history we have a way to price computing activity. There is a very real price that you have to pay prioritize transactions in the meme pool and so in my view. It's actually like an internet interesting. Crossover pardon between some of the concepts around Computing connectivity and how rodham topologies work with money. Right you're basically punching routing policy using transaction fees and and money effectively that allow you to sort of create specificity in terms of what layer of the stack on operate without compromising the security guarantees of the coin and again is nick described. There are inevitably going to be trade-offs but we've observed so far as we look at. The proliferation of bitcoin is an asset across other chains. Whether that's in the form of rap. Bitcoin or other assets is people really do want to have the security. Guarantees of bitcoin is an asset. But they want to have the ability to adopt some of the parameters around how they're utilizing the network security guarantees of their transactions particularly lower few transactions perhaps being able to deploy smart contracts or a more complex as sort of logic that maybe isn't as easy to deploy bitcoin script. So i think that's very important the other piece. I'll just quickly add that. I think is really important since this conference is about developers developers developers. Tomorrow on cnn. Steve ballmer if you remember. His famous developers developers developers speech is electric capital puts out this great report on and it just came out. It's their state of the developer ecosystem report and one of the interesting observations. They have is there. A low more developers in other protocols than there are in bitcoin because bitcoin is notoriously hard to develop with and building a robust grasp of bitcoin. Core protocol takes much longer than perhaps some of these other protocols which was scripted in more familiar languages and have different types of logic. That's more intuitive to say like javascript developers or other developer communities that are much larger. So what. I think also been interesting to observe. We have this in the legacy financial system. The entire legacy financial system is built on. Something called coble right. Which is this archaic programming language. Like most people know coble really really well are probably over the age of sixty because they were designing corporate systems must seventies so there's actually really interesting technological risk that exists in our core financial system and our poor financial applications in that the group of people who know and really understanding our experts in kabul are gonna be retiring in the next ten years right so it's created this tremendous amount of pressure on the banking sector to replace some of these core banking systems. That were built fifty sixty years ago because there is a real risk of technological obsolescence not having enough talented people to step into those roles. And i started. See the same thing. Happening in in crypto. Right there aren't necessarily tens of thousands of the coin developers out there who can build really robust highly secure layers on top of bitcoin. And so it's been really interesting to see what's been happening in the sack seacoast system and i'm really excited about milan. Tax may not. Because i think one of the really important Designed space constraints that we have to get through is the fact that the bitcoin developer communities just inherently much smaller than other developer communities because the level of knowledge required is very specific amount of time it takes to become really proficient in bitcoin and to understand all of the nuances of y bitcoin. Core way does prior bibs the history of fly. Certain things are good. Ideas are bad. Ideas takes a long time. Like i'm seven years in. And i still know nothing neck. I don't know how you feel about that. But that's where i think. Layer twos can be helpful in improving extensive ability. Because you don't necessarily require a bunch of people to become incredibly proficient. Bitcoin core through layer. Tuesday can now introduce other programming. Language that really broaden the developer ecosystem and allow people from other ecosystems to be able to build on top of bitcoin without necessarily needing to go through that learning curve on that you otherwise would but again. It's just interesting to me that that's also married and legacy finance for like bank search shitting themselves because all their best. Cobo people are leaving and they don't have anyone to replace on so sort of an interesting parallel at least for me. I think it's it's

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News of the World Movie review

Filmspotting

04:34 min | 2 d ago

News of the World Movie review

"Probably safe to say the discourse on that one has had its moment in the film twitter bubble but we have not had a chance to weigh in yet on the show. So we're going to get to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four a bit later. I though another christmas day released that makes its on-demand debut this weekend. It's news of the world directed by paul greengrass and starring. Tom hanks news of the world is adapted from the two thousand sixteen novel by paulette gyles. Let's hear some of the trailer. Gentlemen my name is captain jefferson kyle kit tonight debris the news from across this great world of ours so they pay you to tell story. I never heard that is the thing a main could do not a rich man. Keep patients that you can see took part. Stop shop talk. You understand. English call says your name. Is joanna liam burger in the took you when they attack your family. Six years prior her mother father and sister over. Well i passed. It is a strange world. Michael when a tom hanks western directed by paul greengrass. Who worked with hangs on captain phillips after directing three of the jason. Bourne films gets lost in the shuffle. But that's pretty much what's happened with news of the world. There's been little talk of it since it did open in theaters. Some theaters on christmas day. It does come to streaming services as we mentioned this weekend set. Shortly after the civil war of the movie stars hanks as jefferson kid. A printer who lost his business in the war and now travels from town to town. Reading newspapers allowed to gathered pain audiences on his journey. He comes across a young german girl. Played by helena's zongol. Who was kidnapped as a baby by akilah tribe and rescued years later by union. Soldiers kid is charged with returning her to her surviving relatives but she'd rather returned to the kiawah the only family she's ever known that's the central narrative. But it's safe to say that's not what's most compelling about news of the world at least right now michael and i were discussing some of the titles for possible review on the show you lean toward news of the world saying this it would feed naturally into talking about how we get our news and what the news has been lately having now seen it. I'm pretty sure. I know what you're getting at but i'd love to have you explain and i'm eager to hear if you think this topicality is to the movies credit or to its detriment. Well you know when you talk about any movie or anything that's worth talking about in the culture yet. You have to respond to the times. You're living in doesn't mean that everything gets bent toward particular historical malay. Were in right now. I mean it's it's it's just sort of stunning. How distracting everything in the world in our country least is is crowding out so much of our head space for anything else and it's I think i think what's going on in news of the world at least As greengrass co wrote and directed it is you. Have you have a film. that's speaking i think. Directly although not too bluntly a to certain strains in the american spirit and the american sort of rugged individualism western ethos have a guy like Tom hanks character. Kid who's a civil war veteran The film takes place right around. The same time is john. Ford's the searchers it's It's texas in eighteen seventy. The searches was two years earlier. And you have a very similar plot line right you have essentially if you want to boil it down to the utter simplicity. Have you have an anglo older white male who wants to you. Know who ends up Rescuing and saving i guess with quotes around it A young girl from the clutches or the life. she's known a living amongst the native american tribes comanche searchers. And the kiawah here in this story

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Robin Givhan on the US Capitol Siege and Vogues Kamala Harris Cover

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:03 min | 3 d ago

Robin Givhan on the US Capitol Siege and Vogues Kamala Harris Cover

"To better understand the gravity of the political moment in washington. Dc and how evoke cover became a flashpoint amidst the us political crisis. I spoke to robin kvant. The pulitzer prize winning writer. Who is the senior critic at large writing about politics race and the arts for the washington post and whose own column on the topic was headlined. Vogue got to familiar too fast. I i asked her about the mood. In washington dc. Right now and how it feels. As an american seeing american democracy under threat i start with just A deep sigh. Because i think that for most people. There's just an element of just. There are no words to really express what we're witnessing and you know it's been for a for a significant part of the country. The last four years have been an exhausting emotional emotionally draining time and You know and then add in a pandemic and than to see this. It's just extraordinarily disheartening. And and shocking. And i would also just say i i think there's also an aspect of Sort of sad inevitability Would have seemed like this was predictable and yet we were incapable of south it. Yeah i agree. Everyone kind of you could see this coming with the rhetoric and that president trump has been Spewing out over the last four years using social media as a kind of bullhorn to broadcast this kind of you know hatred and divisive rhetoric. That's from our perspective. Over here in london and i know people other part in other parts of the world you know. We always look to america as his beacon of democracy and to see you know a country that we admire and look up to so much going through this. It's you know we find it. Refined it heartbreaking and really sad as well but you know that point around inevitability. I couldn't agree with you more Later today you know. it's wednesday were recording this It seems as though president trump will be impeached by the house of representatives. What do you think this will signify in this crisis that america's going through right now this political crisis. I think that's a really good question. I i'm not sure You know. I think we've gotten to a point what in at at which every time there's been a sense of okay this is you know the nature like it has to sort of shift at this point shift where the batter And we've kind of been proven wrong so You know an a president who has been. We'll have been impeached twice as a pretty extraordinary thing. But i think we have really clear evidence from last week that there's a certain percentage of the population who will be undeterred and he will be even more exercise and ultimately a it will it has has starting to cease to be about president trump and he has just bad. A you know the the key. That's unlocked this avalanche of darkness. Really because a lot of the the rhetoric that was being spewed out there at the capitol was related to trump fights. You know there were a list of grievances that people had that really had nothing to do with. He was in the white house I think it's bad you know. They've just sort of been given permission to express their grievances in this really violent way. But i do hope that You know i'm wrong and that The vote will will mean something and will mean something that will shift things for the better. I guess some people's perspective could be that this process that congress is going through over the next few days Will be the end of a very dark chapter in. Us history and we have a new administration Starting on january twentieth that seems poised to kind of address some of the critical issues that have surfaced during the current administration's tenure but others are worried. Maybe like you that. Actually this isn't the end of the chapter. It's just opening up and has highlighted that have seventy four million people voted for donald trump. There's at least a portion of those people represented by the groups that showed up at the capital last week. That have been kind of in a way activated by trump. And you know there's you know ten potentially tens of millions of these people depending on which you know opinion. Polls you believe what do you. What do you think of that. I get is the end of a particular chapter. What the next chapter will look like however I is is the question. And i don't think that You know on on january twenty at twelve a one pm you know the sun is magically going to come out and everything's going to be washed away. I think it's going. We're going to have a lot of really difficult difficult work to do. And i think there's going to be a lot of sort of weeding out of some of these pheno terrible elements in our culture and. I don't think that we can really do that until we sort of. Reckon with our history you know for so much of the the rhetoric that's coming from the people who were you know the mob that writing at the capital so much of it to my mind seems to be kind of rooted in american history Of that deals with race and gender issues And what exactly you know freedom and equality need that have never really that we really never really come to terms with and i don't think that we can really move forward productively until we do come to terms of died and you know a lot of people you know the first thing that They will say when people try to go and examine history on and understand what it means for. The president is bat either. Don't wanna go back there. They don't wanna revisit it. They don't want to have that conversation or they simply want to serve you at through these rose colored lenses and sort of glorify it And ignore the the worst

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Is Student Loan Forgiveness A Good Idea?

Money For the Rest of Us

09:16 min | 4 d ago

Is Student Loan Forgiveness A Good Idea?

"Right now on the. Us government federal balance sheet there's loan receivables over a trillion dollars of student loan debt sitting there as a receivable for the fiscal year ending nineteen total assets of the federal government worth three point nine trillion of which one point one trillion was direct student loans. But here's the thing. Three point nine. Trillion in assets twenty six point nine trillion in liabilities. The difference the deficit is twenty two point nine trillion dollars. The us government is effectively insolvent. It does more than its assets. And if the us government road off four hundred and forty billion dollars of student loans it would just increase the level of insolvency. It would not sink. The government by any means the education department according to some private consulting work that they contract it out understand what the potential losses are on their student loans found. According to a report by the wall street journal that losses on the one point three seven dollars of student loans outstanding at the time this report was compiled would equal four hundred and thirty five billion dollars. Only nine hundred and thirty five billion would be paid back and that didn't include about one hundred fifty tonnes originated by private lenders that are guaranteed by the government each year. The government lends a hundred billion dollars to students to cover tuition to more than six thousand. Colleges and universities doesn't look at credit scores or the field of study or whether students will make enough after graduating to cover the debt. The wall street journal article reported that between two thousand five in two thousand sixteen four intent student loans. Most of them federal went went to borrowers with credit scores below the subprime threshold. That's assuming they actually had a credit score. Which at the time. That i took out my first student loan which i'll talk about a little later in this episode. I didn't have a credit score. Nor frankly i know what i was doing. But here's the thing. The consultants found out that a major driver of those losses were students. Who went on some type of income driven repayment plan. An income share to wear they only had to pay a percentage of their income and ultimately the loan could be forgiven after a number of years. If a loan isn't paid back in full because the payments are based on income in income isn't growing and ultimately the alone is written off after twenty years or so then that will lead to a loss in addition that study found that there are millions of other borrowers that would default on smaller amounts typically less than ten thousand dollars after the drop out of a community college or a for profit college one of the comments in this wall street journal article on the private consultants conclusion regarding the potential losses. For the us government. Student loan program is that taxpayers would be on the hook for this if the government off four hundred and forty billion dollars of student loans. Us government would receive less interest income and principal payments annually interest if we assume a five percent interest rate on one and a half trillion dollars of student. Loans is is only about eighty five billion dollars. now. I say only because total. Us government revenue is three point four trillion dollars. Interest income from student loans is only about two and a half percent expenditures in fiscal year. Twenty twenty six and a half trillion dollars. The deficit was three point. One trillion fourteen point seven percent of economic output or gdp nominal gdp and fiscal year. Two thousand twenty was twenty one point two trillion dollars. This deficit was fourteen point seven percent of that number the highest since the great financial crisis where the deficit was nine point. Eight percent the highest deficit ever was in nineteen forty three at twenty nine point six percent of gdp. The us ran three point. One trillion deficit in twenty twenty and the federal reserve increased the amount of treasuries on their balance sheet essentially funding that deficit. Two point two trillion dollars is the additional treasury bonds that the federal reserve bought so two point two trillion of the three point one trillion dollar deficit. These student loans are tiny percent of what the government is spending much of which the federal reserve financed indirectly. Veterans are didn't just give the money to the treasury. they went through the county mechanism of buying treasury bonds. But that's what happened. The federal reserve created the money out of thin air to purchase treasury bonds to plug the deficit now when i started hearing about forgiving student. Loans cancelling them. My impression was the student loan. Burden is as high as it's ever been. That students are struggling tremendously compared to when i took out student loans in the late eighties and early nineties. What i found was the average student loan and again this is based on data from marc canter wits. This is just the average student loan balance for graduates with bachelor's degree when they leave school in one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety-three. It was ninety three hundred dollars. Forty six percent of students had student loan debt. That's about how much i had little over ten thousand dollars in student loans. When i left graduate school today. The average student loan balance is twenty nine thousand nine hundred dollars just for students. With bachelor's degrees sixty nine percent of graduating students have student loan balances. That amount going from ninety three hundred to twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred was a four point. Six percent annual increase. Now that's a burden no doubt and if it growing at four point six percent it's growing faster than inflation yet if i look at what students are making when they graduate in nineteen ninety-three or year after they graduated so in nineteen ninety-four an engineer. Starting salary was thirty thousand. Nine hundred dollars. A humanities graduate was making twenty one thousand three hundred dollars so if we compare that salary to the amount of their debt engineer made three point three times. The amount of student loan debt they had and the humanities major may two point three times the amount of student loan debt they have if we look at what engineers typically make coming out of university. Today it's close to seventy thousand dollars or about two point three times the amount of their student debt back in one thousand nine hundred. They made three point three times the amount that they owed now. It's two point three times so they own more relative to their salary but the interest rates are lower now. So they're able to handle that. But it's not this huge change that i had expected for the humanities graduate. They went from earning two point. Three times Student loan balance to one point eight times now. Part of that is pell. Grants which are grants given to low income students to essentially pay for school. I got a lot of pell grants when i went to school. That program has only grown about three point nine percent per year the maximum payout amount per student so it has not grown as fast as student debt levels. Now we can say well may be. College graduates are able to find jobs. The unemployment rate for recent graduates was five point one percent in nineteen ninety-two it was three point. Nine percent before the pandemic hit in february twenty twenty and so a greater percentage of recent graduates had jobs in early. Twenty twenty then back in nineteen ninety-two now. The unemployment rate at least in september was nine point one percent according to some data from the new york fed which suggests that yeah Graduates are struggling to get jobs. It is harder today than it was in nineteen ninety two but not that much difficult. And i don't recall calls to cancel student. Loan debt back in the early to the mid ninety s

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The Alethia Framework - Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation at Rolls-Royce

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

05:20 min | Last week

The Alethia Framework - Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation at Rolls-Royce

"Welcome to the cyber-security weekly podcast. I'm jay leno podcasting from singapore today and today we are very privileged to have dr becky bengal who is the president of south east asia pacific and south korea at rose to join us in the podcast. He repeats sharing with us. The work in a digital transformation and the recent ai breakthrough in ethics and trustworthiness at ross writes thank. You thought the bengals for joining us in the podcast today to be here for many of our listeners. dr bandou rose. Rice name has a long lasting romance and history going back to the first car built more than one hundred years ago but the motos business was separated out some time ago in nine thousand nine hundred seventy three. I believe and rose rises. Now in the business of pioneering the power that matters so tell us more about the journey business. That rose is in today and your role as the president of south east asia pacific and south korea at rose rice. Well has been rooted in engineering since we established in eighteen. Eighty four and this expertise has evolved the business to become one of the world's leading industrial technology company that we today and as the president for the region covering southeast asia pacific and south korea. I'm responsible for the regional strategy our external relations and governance of all our operations across the three businesses that we have civil aerospace is one of them manufactures of ever engines for large commercial aircraft on our regional jets and business aviation and we have decades of engineering expertise to take us through life through life. Service and support solutions for customers in the defense were market-leading aero-engines for military transferring control labor's including combat helicopter applications. I'm needles and power systems. Where leading provider of high speed reciprocating engines providing complete propulsion systems distributed energy solutions. So you can say that we. We have a diverse but volume that includes civil defense and power system and it is because w that our activities have tremendous impact on the world today and tomorrow we have always pursued clean safe and competitive solutions and we believe our technology will be fundamental in helping society transition to the low carbon future. And we're not going to do this on our own. We're going to do this. In partnerships and global partnerships to collaborate and co create solutions and with the regional hub. That we have here in singapore. We've developed collaborations with government agencies untucked -demia like a star and anti eu and us to pursue advanced research and technology in daytime smart manufacturing electrical systems. You touch on engine. That paolo many other products across the road strikes businesses. And i believe including aircraft of course and i imagine that you have been collecting analyzing the performance data of your engines for that case and in fact i see from one of your rolls royce presentation that you have been collecting data for some seventy trillion data points across twenty-sixth dimensions on your engines. So i think our listeners will be interested to know how you been. Harnessing that power data to make sense of this of information and into insight and action. And i believe in many ways is supplying the data to a machine learning throughout the life cycle of the engine from the initial stage of designed to manufacturing to maintenance repair. Overhaul that's right so we we've been applying data analytics for more than thirty years and using ai. With our real time engine. Health monitoring system but service w. lunch to back in nineteen ninety nine and our ai. Capabilities are deeply embedded into products and services so they aren't visible And not widely. Now we're able to monitor six thousand to eight thousand flights every day which is equivalent to monitoring three thousand engines in the sky at any one time so we have multiple sensors on board that continuously relay inflammation with were able to analyze five million data promises from our engines every day and we used to provide insights to our engineers for future development and services that we provide for our customers. But it's not just about the asian and the behavioral for engines. Current work includes applying a with a dedicated team that we have inside rolls royce school the day to labs to improve the risk management in supply chains predict market demand improved the efficiency of our operations and more recently nepal systems. Father of the business. We've been applying a on microbes making our industrial powered technology more reliable and sustainable and in the future we see a. I will continue to evolve. Play a bigger role especially as we saw increasing use of cloud based services which will be governed by data ethics framework and this becomes really essential and today more than two hundred projects that are starting to apply more and more of Framework so

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"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"I I don't know I. Mean there is so much talent you could. You could ignore somebody like that if they didn't. Meet your checklist of acceptable rock behavior and you know I mean. It was pretty evident to a lot of people that Freddie worker. He was gay and. Also their Their songwriting wasn't very pop. Although I. It's. Heaven knows what they were trying to accomplish. They would sound different every single and. Then they came out with this thing. Called Bohemian rhapsody which. I never got it all I never get to see. Had any structure in Oh, so I guess a lot of people. That was cool. It was they were loud and they were flamboyant and. They toured a lot. Yeah and I can tell you as a third grader at the time. I spent the entire summer of seventy, seven or seventy eight. Getting up every morning, play monopoly with my Buddy Stan Cooper and listening to Quyen over and over again unless we popped on kiss, and and they locked us in Neon, and definitely the homophobia was an issue I mean it was a much bigger deal in the seventies to be gay than it would become than it is now thankfully, but Freddie Mercury was definitely penalized for that by cognizant, but nonetheless made his mark sold out stadium sold platinum records and the rock critics were basically they were influential. They were unable to stop somebody like Kwena Order. They couldn't kill right anymore. If you if you had told you know anybody in the rock. Press back then that someday why I mercury would. Make for a big hit movie. Role laughing you know just it'd make them. Crazy will really come on. This is true. Yeah, I. Mean it's just a and it's very weird thing I mean acquaintances. Of Like folk, classical influences, choirboy singing an obsession with the Beatles over dubbing studio techniques i. think in some ways. They're the true heirs to the Beatles along with electric. Light Orchestra. In the way they structured their music in the studio, and yet the overall package just seemed very alien, threatening to to the boomer critical establishment, and there's one other guy at the time that you are in there. Who has some left field heads, and goes on to form to amass an immensely huge cult and I'm talking about Jimmy Buffett. Wrap this up Thomas attack a deal, a Jimmy Buffett. Jimmy? Initially appeared on the scene as country rock, and he wrote really catchy songs, so he was considered to be. You know a country rocker with a a weird. overlay of the added an image that was very well crafted it was. In south. Florida and you know that was an aspirational thing. Just like living in Laurel. Canyon was win buffet knew what he was doing, and the fact that he blew up to the said that he did maybe couldn't have been foreseen, but he was very definitely use affair I had a couple of his albums myself and it was it was fun to listen to. He was a country rocker in in the way that. Plot of the other country rock urged were. Maybe to country to.

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"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Witch rock bands were connected to watt rock, bands and groups like free of the late sixties turned into things like bad company, and the small faces spin out into the faces with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood x the Jeff Beck Group, but they also turned into humble pie with the original lead singer of the small faces and Peter. Frampton who goes onto become very unlikely superstar when he goes Solo. He in. Trenton is odd. He had his own band the heard but. All this recombinant DNA rock bands during this period He wound up with humble pie for a moment. I hope I was not exactly your most stable collection guys I'm sure he'd had a lot of fund them in the family trees and Eventually Frampton. had his own band which is named after him. Nobody really can name WHO and his management decided that thing to do would be to. Capitalize on the fact that he had really sold the whole records, but do way and do a live out because the performance or so good so he did a live recording again at. At winterland and Grandma is obligated to have him on for I. Think two weekends and he kept. Shifting opening acts to get people into the house. I remember I went to a couple of those. Performances and He really was not. Nobody was looking forward to the headliner. Practice. Santana they had met the hoopoe they had this Welsh fan club man, all of whom were quite popular. We're landing. That's how people got through the door. And since they were there, they always stayed for the headliner. I believe that mostly applause on Frampton comes alive was. Was Dug in didn't keep it from becoming the best selling album of the time loan it was. It was a massive hit. Add, let's hear Peter Frampton on the midnight special. This isn't from the lab at this. Frampton Frampton Frampton comes alive, which sold zoe copies, but Appearing live on the midnight. Special is integral to.

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"seventies" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on Pantheon

"With rock bands were connected to what rock bands and groups like free of the late sixties turned into things like bad company, and the small faces spin out into the faces with Rod, Stewart and Ronnie, wood x the Jeff Beck Group, but they also turned into humble pie with the original lead singer of the small faces and Peter Frampton. who goes onto become very unlikely superstar when he goes Solo. He in. Trenton is odd. He had his own band the heard, but. All this recombinant DNA rock bands during this period He wound up with humble pie for a moment I hope I was not exactly your most stable collection of guys. I'm sure he'd had a lot of fund them in the family trees and Eventually Frampton! had his own band which is named after him, know nobody really can name who and his management decided that thing to do would be to. Capitalize on the fact that he hadn't really sold the whole records, but do way and do a live album because the performance or so good so he did a live recording again at at winterland and. Is obligated to have him on for I. Think two weekends and he kept. Shifting opening acts to get people into the house. I remember I went to a couple of those. Performances and He really was not. Nobody was looking forward to the headliner. Practice. Santana they had met the hoopoe. They had this Welsh fan club man, all of whom were quite popular. We're landing. That's how people got through the door. And since they were there, they always stayed for the headliner I believe that mostly applause on Frampton comes alive was. was. Dug in didn't keep it from becoming the best selling album of the time loan it was. It was a massive hit. Add. Let's hear Peter Frampton on the midnight special. This isn't from the lab at this Frampton Frampton. Frampton comes alive, which sold zoe copies, but Appearing live on the midnight, special is integral to.

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"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 6 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Time to let it roll I'm your host Nate Wilcox and I'm very happy. Welcoming Back Ed Ward for the final chapter of our discussion series on the history of rock and roll volume, two, nineteen, sixty, four to nineteen, seventy, seven, the Beatles, stones, and the rise of Classic Rock Ed Welcome back. Good be here. And, so you titled Chapter Eight Waiting For the renaissance, and it's got a picture of the New York dolls in chapter header, and you cry. This quarter attributed to banks. What's he talking about? Well. You know. You're at this point was. Living in Detroit and working for Cream magazine and cream was the snotty teenage start to Rolling Stones Granville, man and Lester believed that a lot of. A lot of what was being hyped whether establishment was. Not really rock and roll. It wasn't really useful it was. It was just product and. A lot of people agreed with which is one reason. Cream was was such a a successful magazine at the time, but. The idea that this wasn't rock and roll this plotting. A lyric oriented. Slowed down music was was not. What. We Jordan. What we had planned for as teenagers you know grew up. What is it to have some complexity true to our? To Our music, but Really. A rethink was necessary, and that's what Lester was talking about it was. The idea that things were reaching a lot of different kinds of dead ends, and it was assigned to shake it up a little bit, and let's talk a little bit more about the music. The business of journalism any you summed it up. Basically we've got rolling stone out of San, Francisco, which is a big tabloid side size magazine that is very ensconced with the new rock and roll establishment, and by seventy, four, seventy five. This is a big establishment. They are selling gazillions of records. Concerts, their stadium tours now bans like crosby stills Nash and young, and led Zeppelin Even Z. Top are packing stadiums the Beatles. Old Records are being shattered all the time, and this is big big money FM. Radio is on talk, rock and roll getting on TV, and we'll talk about that in a minute, but I think it's important to emphasize for people in Twenty Twenty when magazines are at best an afterthought. How important magazines were in the seventies and cream is a slick smaller magazine that I can remember seeing you know at seven elevens and gas stations. It owned the field. There was really nobody else talking about hard rock and roll at the time. And there was no social media then. I mean nowadays if you're. If you've got an enthusiasm, you can post it on twitter and facebook and instagram and everything. There really was. A feeling that. People needed to be in touch with each other, and so a magazine was the cheap and dirty way to do that..

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"seventies" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on Le Batard & Friends - Mystery Crate

"Did Not work out well. I'm not giving up, but I need to keep trying. If, we could ask quickly. What what was the? Where was the breakdown of the doors? So I've seen a few different recipes in some of them. Involve Vanilla, ice cream. This one was straight up frozen. Pineapple just all pineapple. It was good, but it just tasted like period pineapple. It didn't really taste like adult wet some. Working on that in the meantime had to pivot wanted to instead pay tribute to the facts that says he's a great football player. What goes better, football tailgate food? This week we're making Buffalo Chicken Depp. Joe So we're going to provider of into three hundred and fifty degrees. Taking nine nine baking dish spray it with announced spray. Now. We're going to prep two to three chicken breasts when I say prep. You can coach. You can shred them after cooking them in a slow cooker. You can grill. You can buy rotisserie chicken and just cut up the pre-cup to check in, but prep to three chicken breasts. Put them to the side. Take a medium pot, nor going to combine twelve ounces of cream cheese. Any recipe with cream cheese gotTA winner. I prefer whipped cream cheese in this recipe, but you can go regular block cream cheese, but ever. A half a cup of shredded cheddar cheese. A Quarter Cup of ranch dressing. Blue Cheese Fan. In a quarter cup of hot sauce, you can go more hot sauce. I'm just not a big spicy food person. Warm that over medium heat ongoing yet melty together delicious. Welcome bind to this Orangey Pink. Mixture. Throw in your chicken, so everything is well coated evenly combined. Poured into the baking dish. Cover it with a sprinkle of like another quarter cup of shredded cheese. Bake it for about fifteen minutes till everything has noted. And then you're done I love to eat it with celery like buffalo wings and salary in go chips crackers. A spoon. That sounds delicious and I'm just curious. If we quickly power rank a few dealers speeds, because here's where I'm at right now. I think I'm at. I think that made it hugely, but I think I met Barbecue meatballs buffalo dip. Tick Tock Coffee. Don't sell the protein pancake short takes are awesome, and that was a fan favorite. We saw some people respond to that well. Turkey meatballs were dark for me. I did not know that they're gonNA. Do so well. Glad that they have you lose real quick. How do you feel about the reception that Hashtag need? Defeat has been getting lately where people are actually doing your at think it's the most popular thing that we've done is your recipes? Engage shocking to me, but I'll take it. Well, hey don't stop now tweet. All of us at Hashtag. Need feed would see the food you're making see all the various healers recipes. We WanNA. See your plants, Hashtag grow the show. That's right if there's anything we've learned the sweat last week. 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I didn't notice that at all. Hold on a second I. It's on the side. Also. I was like I. Don't know if I'm being like A. Narc Buick Philly wire we. WIRY retweeting head plants. Who's great, I always great. Oh! Billy. You gotTa grow the show. You gotTa grow the show. I was looking at it on my phone and I was just so excited of people were sending US pictures of plants and I didn't even realize what. Like no find if I was like. I really should we get this sponsored? And I was going to be well. Maybe you would need to limit what you are. Re tweeting. If we're trying to get. Oh, no, I see it now. I mean. Friends. You could have told me how. It was so funny. Where are you by the way every week several different? This is Cadillac country. Specifically this is Western Carolina University's campus in Columbia. North Carolina got to give a big. Thank you, shout out to Rory Noah and Chad here at Western. Carolina for hosting me. Your Internet is amazing. Hey, your kid out there. 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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

06:34 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Which kind of maybe makes. Maybe that's a statement. You know what I mean in and of itself because again I think the further we go in the decade. The more we start to look at things like Folk and like disco. And you have to ask yourself what happened to the soul and what happened and I mean there's a lot of stuff obviously where we're picking three saws. We couldn't cover. There's a ton ton of soul. Singing groups stylistics intruders Charlotte's I mean that was a whole movement in and of itself You know that we didn't cover although the OJ's you know. But sometimes I think of them as they're trying to like their own thing and you know 'cause the but I am the reason I say that is because a lot of the groups. I mentioned they were very very prominent in the beginning of the decade. But you see the. Oj's Brealey were able to remain a very Very much of the public at throughout the decade The kind of the May have had some some lean years in the early eighties to the mid eighties. But then there's a resurgence of the we'll talk about at some point Bat towards the end of the eighties. So this has been off just another fantastic fantastic three bad three bt G Podcast this episode to for US Sold Broth. Your love man. I O R three zero. Three whatever you WANNA call him please again. If you're watching this on youtube just you know. Hit US subscribe Biden. Hit the no. You Know Dana let you know when a new episode is up whether you follow on soundcloud or on Apple Pie. Tass stitcher tune in Google play whatever whatever against subscribe. So you can get these. We are doing these like weekly right now. Which is awesome. Because sometimes our podcast. They take a minute. That's reduced but this one is so much fun because it's like it play hit record and and we just off. We go so anything else. So Bra again. I know you're you're follows and your your social all at Seoul Bob. Sou L. E. R. A. V. But Iraq thing else. Oh you WanNa let us know imparting for folks to check out or I'm glad I love I love the seventies that loves seventies music. I often talk to my friends about where I would fall 'cause Disco was huge than in. I'M A I'M A dancing spinning type guy but I fear I would have missed out on a lot of good music by so I think I was placed at the right time fighting back and look into it. And then and then hip hop was born in the seventies as well which. I you know Absolu- John as well so But now no it was great. It was a great experience always. I'm excited for next week. Next topic in you think next week you know. I'm kind of a creature of habit And I hope people who keeping score at home on your as you follow us in this like note some of the differences so I think if we were if we were to go and look for the soul in the eighties. Where would that be? Because that's that's GonNa that's I think what's going to happen is that's GonNa cause some some like well. This is really this or is it. You know so I think. Let's let's people in this track I think you know where I'm probably headed so because once we get to the nineties. There's this resurgence so probably I'm probably taking us there. You know But also I just quit Partying and shoutout. I would be remiss if I did not again. Shout your mother out as well as You know you knew him as uncle van but my cousin van those two are responsible for My Love of earth wind and fire from gift me albums as a very very little Chad and initially all. I would do with the albums and I mean when I say little I'm saying four or five years old You know I would just did those album covers and just look at them especially once they got to the part where they had a lot of Egyptology. Lot Symbolism In their Art Work and I would just look and just look and stare at these things and then listen to the music and be like transported to somewhere else and I just can't help but think what kind of impact that makes on a child and that I'm really putting the challenge out there to artists that what you say what you place in front of people is important and you might think. I'm you know you're on the Charles Barkley. I'm no role model. I'm not trying to make your role model model but what I am saying is it. We have a we have a responsibility. And if we're not going to uplift what are we doing? You know And I'm not saying that again. Somebody Hussein everybody has everything you do has to be positive. I mean one of the batter's jams ever is got to give it up by Marvin so we can do both. There's a duality there. We just need to strike the balance and and be really really intentional about what we say. And so I think that's one of the biggest takeaways. I take away from this. This this wonderful program on the nineteen seventies seventy Seoul nineteen seventy-one nineteen seventy show a decade. Your short so But for both of us here and for the entire grown folks family and followers. We hope that you have a safe week. We hope that you will join us again. Next week on the three bad three bt G PIE s here on grown folks. Music GROWS MUSIC DOT COM part of the GFCM podcast network. And until.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"The last of the next to last project they worked on with their Mentor collaborator of who really got them. On the path to the to the W of sound which is Charles Stepney who is out of Chicago. Just an incredible musician arranger producer He gets his start with Chess records delayed work with me repetition and rotary connection all these bands in than links up with Maurice. Because my reese Was was around chest because Maurice White was drummer for Ramsey Lewis for number of years and And then they put. Awf together and as you say you know the Cliche. The rest is history All kinds of connections there are Maurice in the is from Memphis. So you have another Memphis connection there And of course he goes to Chicago where chances is located. So there's there's that connection so we we looked at a lot of music today that you'll have southern roots than of course. New York City With the is lease and Roberta flack and ninety half the way although you have a huge A huge influence of the nation's capital Because Roberta and Donny both Howard University An played a lot around the DC area before making the move to New York but also donny hathaway themselves from Chicago. And when you first leaves Howard he goes back to Chicago to work with. Curtis Mayfield Colonel Records. And then of course modern-day himself is from DC but ends up in Detroit and yeah just goes on and on. I said all that. Say all that to say that the one thousand nine hundred seventy s and just music in general up to a certain point in time. is really rich because of its ability to be regional and A lot of that has been lost in the Internet age while bring us together which is a great thing. I think some things that have been lost. Culturally is because we've become a lot more homogeneous language speech patterns All kinds of things have have and the fact that a lot of music is being made by one person using similar soft worm so that that that tends the I mean it's great. It is great in one sense because you can do a lot of stuff by yourself and you can do it at home and you can realize certain things but I think with the one thousand nine hundred seventy s saw music. Well so far and we'll get we gotta do a show and disco like I said in the beginning but what this decade represents at least for me is the coming together that energy the collective energy so you have that many people plan on record. I mean it just very different and not only that many people playing on a record that many people playing like physically playing on a wreck. So whether you're hitting the cheese are pulling the strings blowing a horn singing backgrounds leads. Whatever you're doing that's a physical manifestation whereas opposed to like a lot of times what we do these days. A lot of things we do is by is by proxy so instead of having a string date you know. I'm just going to sit here. Play this chord. And that's my string section which is fine but it's just not the same thing as having you know ten or twelve people playing apart so This is this was. This was great This was great for number reason again all the things colliding but also Is So funny that yeah we really we. Didn't we didn't go past seventy five which the end. Yes which.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

10:31 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"A male? What a great audible. My so I gotta I gotTa ask you love and happiness so yeah tell me how you how you grasp on that one So just the introduction of the song is super powerful to me so just Him Singing with basic string guitar on background. Great and then those were claps alternate claps. I'm sure but again a whole song the way he climbs up and down locally The strings won't horns musicality great everywhere And another sample one of the popular dance songs of of the two thousand skull special delivery and Love Happiness sample last chapter bad boy records. Glenn shake records. Yes that's thinking. Oh boy I'm going to just try to speak a little piece on this not too long but without getting like super emotional Super Mo. Dan Seventy two. That's my second Yeah that's like my second memory of music and that's a big memory. Because you can. You can ask your mom. She will corroborate this so like I spoke last week about James Brown having sex machine. Live eight track that my parents were like had Columbia House. Whatever they had this album Still in love with you by Al Green in the iconic white suit in the wicker chair and this is no exaggeration. I don't have my father. I really did not bombed over music per se like the adult idea. We didn't really have like conversations about music but what I do know. There's there's a couple of albums that I do know that he loved this man. One of them line love loved you know and and it's funny because being a kid You know hear him say certain things and it makes you know makes sense now on the back end but like I know for this record it was like a turn up the Bass Chino. Like what what are you talking about? But it's that drive and The story that That goes along with it Your grandfather had a nineteen seventy Lomond. Pontiac station wagon and we took a trip one time whenever two trips in the station wagon except for this one time and we drove from Charlottesville Virginia Savannah Georgia to see My aunt his sister and Pretty much play this play that attract the whole way. I'll be there sure. Abs probably exaggerating or not but Van Album you know and on so so the COW NAF uniform. The intro is that's a back in the day when they used to have when coke still coming bottles which we using import from Mexico but cokes news primarily in bottles and they would companies wooden chases. And so that is I think was so all a lot of Al Green Stuff Willie Mitchell had a record label. Hi Records out of Memphis have studio. Then he was bandleader conducted. The sessions I think really was the one banging on the or could have been our but somebody had to keep the time. So they hit their foot on a coke a wooden case. And that's what you hear on the record and other thing I'll say real quickly about this record a before I get into my third choice My other big memory of Not only this record. This album is the first time and it was an indelible impression My first time really paying attention to or hearing what I would come to know as the Hammond Organ Those sounds were just you know now my church growing up did not have a Hammond They had a Alan which is more like it was a photo. It wasn't an actual pipe organ electric. But you know it's more for like anthems in things so I didn't until I got to. A CERTAIN AGE church growing up was not to get down like that so. I didn't have that sound in my ear from on the Church side from a young age but from the Al Green side and other things. Oh yeah like I was just fascinated like what is what is that you know and the fact that have someone masterful play it like. That is just incredible. Because you know it's the type of instrument and you hear it here all the effects and all that kind of stuff you know. They're settings you the to using the drop ours are you hit you. Hit A precept activity or other things they issue that sound. I'm not a play I I I tell. People is play at the Hammond. I am not a hamming player but I I play at it. Well I can take some the pretty good but it's just a just a glorious glorious instrument and thank you for for yeah thank you for bringing it and you know what I think in the recap played his last one. I think just about every song that we've listened to think maybe maybe save work to do but maybe not. Anita listen again. But they've all had just about the full complement of instrumentation. They've all had you know starting with rhythm section of course But then like horns and strains and you know Yeah Yeah. The seventies were very special time speaking of very special tiles. Go to my third thing here to water. You know. I'll I'll just say that I'll say this here. Grow Folks Music I've had the notion to do this for a while and we should do it. And also here's the other thing too grown folks people listen. I realized out here in the social media world you know you count chasing all that good old stuff. And there's not a one to one relationship or ratio to follows and different things but listen if there's thirty seven no more than fifty thousand or seventy thousand and you folks follow the Aggie and one hundred and whatever. It is. Follow us on facebook we need. We didn't subscribe. We start whole movement. DoN'T DISLIKE THE POST. Follow some brothers and sisters like you give all these other people these big platforms and they're not serving up. You know the good you know. They're popular but they're not profound and that's not necessarily be awesome ego stuff. That's just me saying that. I really love this music and I know so. Broad feels the same way and the reason that came up was because I wanted to ask the question when you think of grown folks music or you think sold music. What is your national anthem? And I've got a couple of songs that I think we would serve as a national anthem and this is on. The very short list might be top three. Y'All ready you might have to stand. Put your hand over your heart for this thing because we come witty here we go burn my.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Hotel love and happiness. Something that can make you do wrong. Make you do wrong How she can get really feel super. Oh ooh the horns.

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Gay's brother was in Vietnam. Has Lost a cousin so so a lot of the stuff. That's in that song will get Kinda remixed Better for his situation. And but but it's this I think it just speaks. The definition of of soul is just protest. You know wrongdoings happening and we can express ourselves over this complex beat and play with our boat voices. Likely it's good. Oh Man I Mar. Betsy clash Yeah I mean what what can be said. I mean that's a whole. That's a whole multi episode thing if you wanted to talk about ninety-seven marvins nine hundred. Seventy was going on album and of course what's going on the song Has Headlined Brother Brother Brother and again you know three three is your brother at the time but that's just apropos Know for for for that to be in the design geist and I was sitting here. I had I really did have to It's this that was not for show. I really do have to turn it off. Because revisiting the lyrics just listening to him into stake in about All right now and the fact that forty nine years later Deal with a lot of the same stuff. When are people going to get to stop you know? Come on man like do so yeah. That's that's really interesting. We've we've stayed with. Is like seventy two seventy two seventy one O also on the work to do Many people may know the there were a couple of covers. most notably or notably the average white band and seventy four covers. It had the pleasure opening for them twice very cool cats and just super remain super funky from Scotland. Whatever Scotland and then in the nineties. You have Vanessa Williams Covers of were to do and so that that sent a lot of probably a few people from my generation back to the is the original original so Also now we're down to our to our third and a believes so. Bob Has to call an audible. Which that's that's part of the like the part of the charm of the show is we don't know and so we this real time so let's see what the word audible had to audible and I just decided to pick between one okay But let me say from last podcast. The keep on pushing sample is a rap song by Bombie half of Buys listen to that quietly not safe for work but you can hear it right from the beginning of.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

04:40 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Lovely. So what what about work to do with the I found it super late. So my excitement I guess is is there to sing. A contrast of is lease. You know I would introduce that soft tone. And He kinda screaming over attract. I also had Away on is one of my one of my choice. That was but I looked it up. And what you alluded to that. They kind of classified at the disco speech. Threw me off a little bit. The thing like you say the whole thing I mean like is it is it. Isn't it and you know granted of course a lot of times it depends on. Who's the thought leader? Derail instances earn pitchfork? Shut up playing piano as well. The Nice thing yeah. Very very Sharp attack on it and I I mean I I've loved the song So quickly for our audience Sobre is being true to form. Here he is like colliding all up in like all up in the mix here is brothers. That's your hint brother brother brother but it's not bad album but it's another album. What happens with the is brothers? Where you know. The the three main brothers have been together since the fifties of course you know big hits like shout and you know so forth and so on and then something happens in the one thousand nine hundred seventy s and We started to hear that as as the decade goes on. So there's your hand for the title behind the Banana Hundred Test. And he's all up in the mid sole bras all mix and then because this particular song that I picked from this artist but is definitely on the album and perhaps the is is. This was a tip to this or not. If you will to this artist so I'm going to play this track and cash. We're in the same. It's a whole decade. We're kind of hanging around the same years. This is Kinda funny but this is not. This is not seventy two Let's see I don't don't give me can see. This is the thing uh-huh I don't like about whatever just Jimmy either. I just want to regular you know y'all doing a little too much here You know what? Let's just go with it here. We go. We're talk after just getting back when people start Nike. John Paul's.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Is awards but Yeah yeah that was. That was my choice their work to do this spin work to do still in seventy two in man. I don't we don't even plan the stuff. Let me just play. And then I'll talk about everything. That's just colliding right now. Let's check it out. Okay a.

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

11:19 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"Stow Jay's I gotta Say I am late. Eighties mostly ninety baby so The first inkling read this was that Andrew firestone sample. I wish I did yes. I wish I had mentioned this. But that is that is exactly what because as we go through this there are things Yeah same way like there. There's songs that I hear. And Yeah there was totally. Whatever the the sample the interpretation was what is that name go and find? Yes that's definitely what the bt. G. Is all about Wow what a great way to start us this this morning. That is all my gosh. That is I don't have We'll talk about similar ear nineteen seventy-two because they actually Relates to my pick and I had a similar Struggled with trying to Find families just because it's it's so rich this decade but like you say enemy then you get into the debates about what is what is so what does R&B and in other word. That has become much maligned. as we go through the decade which maybe one day we'll spend some time we'll show all about disco and how For racist reasons and other reasons it is much as it is a much maligned music. That doesn't necessarily have to be yes. There's a lot of garbage There's a lot of garbage air in every genre of music. You know You just you just have to look for those jams and hold on to hold onto those. Because I think what happens is when you when you write something awful like that you lose the gyms and you lose the lessons that are really important Wow backstabbers all right. So I will. I'll try to put this in the show notes Am forgive me right now. I cannot recall the author's name But but it will It'll it'll come in the show notes but there is a great book. If you're into reading about all this stuff name. The book is House on fire and it talks about. I think there is a subtitled. The rise and fall of PHILLY PHILLY international Or not but It's definitely house on fire at definitely talks about The label that the OJ's were on. And and so bob mentioned I mean so many others Now the the spinners were the spinners were on Atlantic. They worked with With Tom Bell was it was part of a mighty three which was which was comprised of the Kenneth Gamble Leon. Huff and Tom Bell all out of Philadelphia phillies soul as many people allude to and Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia. International is kind of an outgrowth of what was happening in the seventies where it was Thought around black artist black creatives controlling their own destiny it was a label imprint with in conjunction with CBS. And there's a whole thing this other called the Harvard report that we could talk about at some point That some say Clive Davis commissioned to it speaks about black consumers and black buying power and music is a whole nerdy thing. We can go down some point but anyway what a great choice to start us off the backstabbers and and you can just hear the sophisticated solar in the big sound You know the horns strings Along with the rhythm section and then like I said just vocal performances. My word like come on man. If that's not soulful lot of knows so full is so all right okay. That was good. That was really really. I wasn't expecting that. So let's go to this one. This is my one of my choices. And it is from nineteen seventy two. And it's something that I always tell people straight to at all buddy Here we go out display. And then I'll I'll tell them quick little thing after all right nine hundred seventy two here. We go running before the instrumental break Before I say anything sobre with what are your thoughts about that particular song to make sure that I had the correct song flower? March that That donny Hathaway Roberta flack and donohoe. With a right so donny. Hathaway was two novices. Like Myself Kinda not on the higher tier mentioned in the seventy. So I'll say not even until recently made five years ago ten years ago that I really start to dig into donny. Hathaway stuff and when I tell you I mean it's got doesn't miss man it's like it's great and that's all the civically. I know the tempo the field of motion and you know in this kid's great. Oh glad you I'm glad you I was a late late. Comer to donny a thick I was in my probably twenty or so before I could really appreciate. You know the genius and But I always always offer of that particular song because that is and I feel very fortunate. That is my first musical memory. That is literally the first song that I ever remember hearing and I can remember exactly where I was exactly who I was with. Which been your mom? Your grandfather and grandma and we are going to see my grandmother in North Carolina and we stop just outside of Lynchburg Virginia. We're riding in a nineteen seventy one. Buick Electra two twenty five. I believe it was green and we stopped to get some and yeah. I'm two years old. I'm a baby and this song comes on the radio and I don't know what it was about it but it just. It was just hypnotize me. I was like what what is between the strings and the Enviro phone and just those voices coming across the speakers the other phase spoke about the rhythm and hopefully hopefully we can We can discuss at some point on the show but there is a there's definitely a Latin underpinning to everything that's happening you know through from the baseline to what's happening Rhythmically with the with the drums. You know the the Hi hat pattern And then just boom almost almost like a boss over kind of thing almost But there's other examples of we'll get into it simple that straight up by Bossa Nova and other quote Unquote Latin Fields. Even though we all know that comes from Africa through Full circle that was on Atlantic records and So that was that was their period of just incredible incredible Soul music and the band's the studio musicians you know so you have. This is what I like. How about can't can you imagine if they had versus back seventies you know know cats instead of like playing my MP threes cats will be pulling out like scores? This is what I did with the horns ray here and I'm not trying to like minimize. You know what people do but yeah man. That's a whole `nother level of like complexity musicianship will folks were writing these arrangements for these fantastic so I mean so you have underlying fantastic songs but then these arrangements and then the people playing the arrangements and then on top of that some had captured a stuff so whoever you know like for example When when you let with filial national in OJ's at Sigma Sound Joe Tasha and his his whole thing so the ability to be to capture. That stuff is just amazing. Amazing amazing amazing. All right so we man. We both nine hundred two last week. We did like the same time thing now this week. Beginning with the same year I was up next okay So the second one. I'm actually still in.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

15:55 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"It's been great. It's been great working from home staying home again. It's great these these are you know out Inside of this uncertainty there are things that you know help reset help us To get a grasp on priorities. What's important and what we can really controlled and Yada Yada Yada so great to hear that great to hear that Curtis up well the same you know. We're we're schooling. I got a chance to attend the high school. I work at teach. Ed had a graduate is continuing to have graduation ceremonies. Using social distancing other in person. But it's you know a few people out there outside and it was very moving to see. The graduates are families and to interact with them in in some small way Understanding that This is unprecedented and so I felt good about being able to go into participate With that and Have a few more on. That will be happening before. It's all said and done so. Yeah so I think one of the great things about this show is debt Even though you know you know the uncertainty in what we're doing still have the music and I think that is. Yeah that that's that's the one thing that has helped my sanity and I'm sure it's helping many others out there and what we do here is to really share and chat about this great music As I said across the era Aras instead toll southern drawl thing attacking me again. The different eras music and before we get into this Today's topic today's era. I want to say something about this particular thing As far as eras in music history and because we have a platform. I'm GONNA take a minute or two not very long to just have a beef legitimate beef. It's not Wendy's beef. Sorry that's bad old reference to nineteen eighty-three commercial but we last week. We talked about soul of the nineteen sixties and. You can probably guess where we're going this week but I'll tell you as soon as I finish. Jumping off the podium here. So one of the problems that we all understand about music is that An issue is labels labels exist for John Rosa Music. I guess it's a marketing ploy. It's you know for people. Who are you know someone? I don't know what it is. Oh this oh it's that and we know that sometimes that's not an exact science but I was reading. I was reading a discussion last evening. And I'm not gonNA serve you know. Well it was one of the social media platforms. Let's say that some reading this discussion and in the zeal and vigour to make a point. I think that what happens. And what happens sometimes as we speak in these like absolutes right. It's it's very easy to do that. But the problem is when you're when you're not very You can only know what you know right. I mean I know that goes without saying you can only know what you know but and no one knows everything. But when I read things that are a historical as someone who is a you know somewhat Amateur Student of history. It's a real passion. It's always been a passion of mine Combined with the music so now you know you really in trouble because it's an again. It's not that I know I know what I know. And what I do know is there was this discussion about R&B and the fact of the RB and soul. Someone go hand in hand but the fact of arm be not existing being not existing in the nineteen fifties. And I was kind of looking around like a ha- or that if R&B in the fifties that was primarily Produced to cater to a white audience. No you are absolutely wrong. Person who invest this misinformed were there were there groups. That may the crossover schoff off. Course there's all that's that goes without saying you. Can you can go to any John. Rav News I mean you can go all the way back to the beginnings of Popular Music Popular Music. They're black folks. Were involved with any United States. Which really you can trace that to now Tom. Popular Music You can trace that to them will ragtime as well as spirituals in the sense that you know the fish jubilee singers Their conditions of spirituals sorrow songs and so forth and so on They were able to throw around the world to raise money for Fisk University. Their audience and benefactors were primarily white and the music while authentic Hannah Europe western European classical element to it okay but speaking of Rhythm and Blues and the fact that there's this notion that it begins with motown no like you like you like twelve thirteen years late. By the time you get to the company Forms Fifty. Eight or fifty nine. And then you're into the sixties yes some do wipe doo-wop which is an offshoot some quote unquote rock and roll songs You know there were covered by artists like Pat Boone. So so on yes. These these things were in that manner but The original music When you talk about Record labels like chess which was primarily blues but then they move into this army thing and more and and just as important Atlantic records and their begins. Those were all rhythm and Blues Records Jerry Wexler who worked who came on as a third partner essentially with Ahmet Ertegun And Ness what his brother. That was later Getting the second part of the same outright in the show notes but any WHO JERRY. Wexler was a writer for Billboard Magazine He goes on to do lots of things in his career. But one of the things that he's known for is that in nineteen forty eight. He coins the phrase rhythm and Blues because he got tired of using the moniker race records. So this is. This is the genesis of the music and that means it was very raw right. It was not. It was what you heard a juke joint or some other. I mean this is black. Black Black Music Right Sipping Wild Spotty Odi which is like the first of super hit Atlantic records by sticks McGee seller and. This was not crossover music at all. Like only you going to have folks like Ruth Brown and Charles Round Ray Charles these and of course it comes out of the music of jump. Blues which get with Louis Jordan so anyway. That's part of. That's my so box with this morning. I want the show to not only do what we do. Is We interact or we talk across generations. But I do want to focus from time to time on these these discussions that get out here on these internets and really they're propelled by personality. It's not so much that the people who are talking are experts in the field. It's just that they have a large platform and I'm not jealous of said platforms. I'm just saying we need to do a better job of educating ourselves and I would recommend There is a great book I worked at a library academic library for a number of years so I was able to immerse myself in a lot of a loud material. I probably will reference another book in our discussion today but I believe the book is entire. I think is the history of Atlantic records. But it's it's by on it Erdogan. who you should check out who he is if you don't know who he is He was there. He's the founder of the company. He's since passed but The book is very very very very extensive. That company began the nineteen forty seven and again their bread and butter for years before they became this this other. Behemoth of music was R. and B. And you're speaking with someone and they're trying to convince you that are really does begin in essence until the nineteen sixties. Please tell them sit down because that is like you are like off by decade and a half or so all right so anyway. Speaking the decades speaking of music speaking of we're not talking about rb per se. Although you know the things they go they go hand in hand and they get whatever but soul music. Last week we talked about the nineteen sixties and we had three examples from each one of us and that was very very cool. I had the best time of discovery I went and listened to some stuff some stuff more intently and this week. Oh boy really excited. Because this is a decade I can't remember somewhat and so we're talking about so music again and you see the thing that's what we're doing Soul music again. But this time this week it's the nineteen seventies and Real quick for all you folks who wrote in you know. We got a letter via snail mail in the Po box. I'm kidding The the show the show title again. That's that's an allusion to something. We didn't bite bite completely a come from the eighties to where you didn't bite someone's idea which means copy so it's close. I'm doing another hand. And perhaps maybe maybe an album by these folks using a similar name came out in the nineteen seventies which check on that so tune music to the music. So so Bra. We are talking about the nineteen seventies. We'll do our little minute and Seoul of. So what do you have for us? I I want to say that this is a lot harder than I thought it was going to be. Even harder sixties Because it was a lot ally going on a lot of great music And as I mentioned last podcast I'm a big punk guy and I think seventy immediately kinda drifted under So I had to go with how I feel and my gut So the first song is backstabbers by the owners. My Grocery home this was released in nineteen seventy two and then I mean just Eddie Louvred Temple Doing some digging on these folks. I learned about Philly soul which was Apparently huge and had a lot of a lot of impact on on assault market analyst about names came from from philly once again being an doing the research learning more about the songs but my first one is backstabbers by the Oh. Let's pull this up the this. We have hoped loses the definitive version. Let's see I knew they wanna do that to me? Hold on my head to Do something post because that was not the one I sometimes when I'm pulling up things it's always like a better double check because sometimes You know let's see here. We go listen to this. This better have where we okay. Let's see we got here. What they do. Stand what they do. Long.

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"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"seventies" Discussed on GFM's Inside the Album Podcast

"We're back for absolute to if you missed the inaugural yes. Whatever those If you missed the inaugural episode last week of the three by three bt G. Bridging the gap podcast you have your love man or government name Ivan or and put up that old house molest. I O r our Otari along with the real nephew. That's at Seoul Broth and we are back to do this once again. Thank you so much To everyone who tuned in whether you watched us Violating you to some of the clips or you listened to us on on the audio side. Been getting great great feedback from everyone. And that's why we do these things and so before we get to the music You know part of what this is about is to not only celebrate great music but also the check in to see what's happening In in our weeks and in our lives You all can check in with us to leave. Was common rate subscribe You can subscribe our Youtube Channel at Gross Music. One I believe. And the red every podcasts outlet STITCHER Apple Pie podcast. Google play or whatever that is Sorry Google Everywhere Sal soundcloud if you still do that are subscribed to my favorite rappers on soundcloud so so bob. How how's your week man? Every everything as I see I see you're already to prepare for the evening and I am people listening. I'm wearing my Michael Jordan Jersey. For the finale of the last dance discussing that a little bit before we got on both really excited about that and But other than that. It's been.

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"seventies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventies. And saturday. We may stay in the sixties. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty nine right now. Boston eats festival. He'll enjoy three. Days of interactive tasting stations wine sampling book, signings, cooking, demos, music, and more. eighty K. Boston needs festival. Get your tickets now before they sell out, Boston.

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"seventies" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"seventies" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To be in the seventies and eighties around the bay tuesday and wednesday it's going to be clear skies highs from the low seventies at the beaches to the eighties to mid nineties inland thursday and friday it's going to start to cool down a bit with partly cloudy skies and high temperatures in the sixties and seventies traffic and weather together on the it's on all news one on six nine am seven forty kcbs john nolan and bill weeks or the kcbs editor's desk this evening at six fifty as our newswatch continues what changes are on the way to the happiest place on earth as kcbs as megan goldsmith reports disneyland is making some changes to its annual pass holder programs if you're a disneyland pass holder come this time next year the number of parks you'll be able to hit on a single day may also be smaller disney a separated it's pass holder block out dates for the original park and california adventure into two different calendars that means that park hopping on most days of the year will be a thing of the past there are a few reasons for this says jessica sanders writer of the happiest blog on earth who spoke to kcbs from disneyland in anticipation for star wars galaxies edge that's the huge expansion that's taking place in disneyland park right now and it's set to open she says next summer i think it's a good idea because we're definitely going to see a huge influx of visitors especially star wars fans who may not particularly be disneyland fan it's also good for business and that's no surprise for disney if pass holders want to hit both parks now most of the time that'll mean at least two days the longer that people stay here the more revenue that comes in and that's always of the utmost importance megan gold speak kcbs ocean say the weekend's big winner at the box office weeks the met will be hosting its annual ball are going to rob a female fronted overhaul of the popular heist movie took in forty one point five million dollars with an all star cast that includes sandra bullock anne hathaway kcbs news time six fifty two each way spotlight i'm geoff bell with another story of turning adversity into advocacy what's stronger than a superhero that's killer gallagher posing the.

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