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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on Pantheon

"Okay so the theme here is Bans doing disco now. That could be a whole episode or two or three But you know disco became a big thing in the late seventies and these bands. Wear this disco thing was not their style. Many many of them Tried their hand disco and truly truly truly had novelty hits singles with it. Obviously the biggest example from our world that everybody thinks of is kiss with with. I was made for lovin. You from dynasty nineteen seventy-nine but rod stewart. Do ya think i'm sexy was was a massive hit and that's disco song rolling. Stones themselves Participated with the likes of hot stuff. It's maybe more funk. Love hot stuff. Grates on dance as well a band. I just did a book on that is now sadly sold out angel You know kind of a hard prodigy ban. They turned a little power pop. But they try to flagrantly disco song called twentieth century fox's in conjunction with giorgio moroder Even the clash train in vain. I love train in vain but it's a disco song Queen is another huge example. Another one bites the dust spoiler. I think i'm going to do a whole episode on queen and novelty singles. So i'm not going to talk more about that e. l. electrolyte orchestra. We we know they got involved with disco quite a lot even banned like kraut rock almond dual to listen to some of their later stuff. They did some really disc things. And i believe lucifer's front disc. We sort of things obviously be. Jesus a huge example. Bg's is like one of the hugest disco bands of all time but obviously they didn't start with disco because they were know they were heavy duty songwriters starting in the mid sixty s late sixty s. So they made a lot of stuff before they discovered disco Few either just random examples your eye heap. What do you say from fallen angel. Nineteen seventy-eight bad company. R- the machine from nine hundred seventy nine dash desolation angels nazereth. Expect no mercy. Heavy metal song on a disco. Beat russ ballard on the rebound which your eye heap covered. Little disc david bowie Let's dance you know that's considered a little bit of a disk we You know phase that he went through not really but let's dance is the most disc we thing there Kinks superman Total disco song off of a low budget album. I really love alice cooper. You gotta dance He tried a little bit of disco at this point him in cheryl. We're actually living in new york and going to the discourse and stuff. He was turning into mr social butterfly disco butterfly during this face and grateful dead shakedown street. Total disco song. So there's a lot of examples of a lot of bands who who tried this and a fair number of those were true novelty hits they fit. They fit the theme of this of this episode eighty-one novelty singles. Not my style. And i'm looking at this list. I would say the big ones That felt that way. King superman really stands out as as that. This is a band who had various hits for various reasons. Some of them were kind of novelty. Like lola's novelty low budgets a little novelty just because of the The contemporary -ness of the theme of the recession right. Lola's is a cross dressing right so that was a little bit of a novelty thing with fat but yes superman total disco song all right. Let's move on Take a listen to this number. Four this is led zeppelin with a dyer maker gear. Mckerrow.

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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay so the theme here is Bans doing disco now. That could be a whole episode or two or three But you know disco became a big thing in the late seventies and these bands. Wear this disco thing was not their style. Many many of them Tried their hand disco and truly truly truly had novelty hits singles with it. Obviously the biggest example from our world that everybody thinks of is kiss with with. I was made for lovin. You from Dynasty nineteen seventy. Nine but rod stewart. Do ya think. I'm sexy was was a massive hit and that's disco song rolling. Stones themselves Participated with the likes of hot stuff. It's maybe more funk. I love hot stuff. Grates on dance as well a band. I just did a book on that is now sadly sold out angel You know kind of a hard prodigy ban. They turned a little power pop. But they try to flagrantly disco song called twentieth century fox's in conjunction with giorgio moroder Even the clash train in vain. I love train in vain but it's a disco song Queen is another huge example. Another one bites the dust spoiler. I think i'm going to do a whole episode on queen and novelty singles. So i'm not going to talk more about that e. l. electrolyte orchestra. We we know they got involved with disco quite a lot even banned like kraut rock almond dual to listen to some of their later stuff. They did some really disagree. Things and i believe lucifer's front disc. We sort of things obviously be. Jesus a huge example. Bg's is like one of the hugest disco bands of all time. But obviously they didn't start with disco Because they were know they were heavy duty songwriters starting in the mid sixty s late sixty s so. They made a lot of stuff before they discovered disco Few either just random examples your eye heap. What do you say from fallen angel. Nineteen seventy-eight bad company. R- the machine from nine hundred seventy nine dash desolation angels nazereth. Expect no mercy. Heavy metal song on a disco. Beat russ ballard on the rebound which your eye heap covered little disc david bowie Dance you know that's considered a little bit of a disk we You know phase that he went through not really but let's dance is the most disc we thing there Kinks superman Total disco song off of a low budget album. I really love alice cooper. You gotta dance He tried a little bit of disco at this point him in cheryl. We're actually living in new york and going to the discourse and stuff. He was turning into mr social butterfly disco butterfly during this face and grateful dead shakedown street. Total disco song. So there's a lot of examples of a lot of bands who who tried this and a fair number of those were true novelty hits they fit. They fit the theme of this of this episode eighty-one novelty singles. Not my style. And i'm looking at this list. I would say the big ones That felt that way. King superman really stands out as as that. This is a band who had various hits for various reasons. Some of them were kind of novelty. Like lola's novelty low budgets a little novelty just because of the The contemporary of the theme of the recession right. Lola's is a cross dressing right so that was a little bit of a novelty thing with fat but yes superman total disco song all right. Let's move on Take a listen to this number. Four this is led zeppelin with a dyer maker gear mckerrow. however you're.

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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From vehicles I'm actually in a rest home and we put flags on it and read it with the American flag and I am American flag in my hand it makes me feel empowered because people are sick and tired of what's been going on we get it the protest caravan was stopped as counter protesters momentarily block Spring Street the the street was cleared in the demonstration continued for about two hours in downtown LA Chris and Carla okay fine you governor Newsom says he has one main message for all the protesters take care yourself so where face covering do justice to physical distancing you don't want to contract this disease news and says he supports the demonstrators exercising their constitutional right to freedom of speech sixty two more people in LA county have passed away from covert nineteen this brings the total number of deaths to one thousand one hundred and seventy two only health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says ninety two percent of the people who died had underlying health conditions at the beginning of the month of April I reported seventy nine dash so we have had devastating losses across our communities during the month of April career says there are now twenty four thousand two hundred fifteen people in the county infected by the virus in nineteen hundred fifty nine of them were being treated in a hospital seventeen percent of home or on a ventilator Steve Gregory came to find new riverside county supervisors may lift extended covert nineteen restrictions imposed by the county health department the issue is on the supervisor's agenda next week public health officer Dr Cameron Kaiser said Wednesday that people in the county would have to continue social distancing and wearing face coverings until June nineteenth weeks there to be sporadic outbreaks throughout the summer since there will still be virus in circulation there is a decent chance that it will be back in the fall and when it is will be very hard to get that genie back in the bottle one county supervisor says she was shocked and disappointed to see Kaiser continue a campaign of fear supervisors rescind Kaiser's order state public health orders including governor Newsom stayed home order would remain in effect the news is brought to you by cutting dental group for a map of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website that's K. if I am six forty dot com the key word is.

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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of feels like how we are being treated I think we don't know protest now two hours on and still go on reporting live in downtown Los Angeles Chris and Carla okay fine you governor Newsom says the state is days not weeks away from lifting covert nineteen restrictions but he says in the meantime California has worked hard to help unemployed workers three point nine million folks since just March twelfth the file for unemployment insurance we don't distribute seven point five billion dollars seven point five billion dollars now has been distributed Newsome also says three hundred forty thousand people applied for the pandemic unemployment assistance that's funded by the federal government California has given up thirty six thousand stipends for front line workers to stay in hotels sixty two more people in LA county have passed away from covert nineteen this brings the total number of deaths to one thousand one hundred and seventy two only health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says ninety two percent of the people who died had underlying health conditions at the beginning of the month of April I reported seventy nine dash so we have had devastating losses across our communities during the month of April career says there are now twenty four thousand two hundred fifteen people in the county infected by the virus in nineteen hundred fifty nine of them were being treated in a hospital seventeen percent of home or on a ventilator Steve Gregory came to find his seniors graduating from LA's school district will be getting free help with the college admissions process LA mayor Garcetti says seniors can log on to LA compact dot org to share problems or concerns with counselors from the high schools or a representative from the college they were admitted to Garcetti says some students have declined acceptance to colleges because of effects the pandemic has had on their families the white house's hospitals are getting more money in the third phase a third phase that is of covert nineteen relief the trump administration will distribute a total of twelve billion dollars and provide a relief fund payments to three under ninety five hospitals across the country that have been hardest hit by the covert nineteen pandemic the White House press secretary says most of that money ten billion dollars will go to hospitals treating one hundred or more COPD patients New York New Jersey and Illinois are expected to get the larger shares for a map of all the current cases in so cal you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com the key word is corona virus from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it.

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on The Talk Show

"We're GONNA make people so angry on episode. Well just for the record it is it is seven six. AM At a holiday week. The kids are still in head and I insisted I'd be happy to wake up early because this is a very excited about this this episode which we've been it was funny because we'll get to it later but but I was actually confused when you when you posted because we'd been talking about for so long. I thought you'd already written about it. Oh no we'll have to get to it then We have some sad news though to talk about I. We have to to Obituaries to the to touch upon the one everybody assures heard about his Kobe. Bryant Lakers superstar. which I hate to say? Almost most underselling what he meant to basketball and the world at large died to pass away with his his thirteen year. Old Daughter in a helicopter after accident. Sunday afternoon. Just shocking and Clayton Christianson. We can talk about after Kobe guests. lost A. He was only sixty seven. which again me nowhere near as young as Kobe? Of course who is forty one but still just sixteen. That's how you know you're getting old is when you hear somebody died at sixty seven and you think oh too young when he died. He lost a battle with leukemia This week to actually I wrote about them in conjunction because because it was it was interesting because I plan to write about Christianson. Obviously it's been a huge impact on trajectory and on me and didn't really didn't know him but but still you know of anyone that's sort of been impactful on what I write about. He's certainly top of the list and figure that's sort of widely known in pretty widely revered in in Silicon Valley and what was interesting about it with within within the Kobe news happened. And what was the age thing. That was so striking to me because a lot of people that have died or in the older we get the more the people that are like. We're familiar with and it's just Kinda like something that that we have to deal with. The they still always seem so when I looked up to and you know a Christian to your point is sixty seven which is a unfortunately too young. But it's still you don't twenty eight years older than I am. And and you and it's like doc band that that's a shame I hope I live longer than that you know his family etc etc.. But it's still like in your the way they're like in your head is someone that's you look up to right where whereas Kobe Hughes the same age as me right I mean he's two years older and and so yes. You look up to we sort of ethnic accomplishments and you know. Kobe's is a very complex character. That is never far from mind. I think particularly people my age because of you know the the various sort of the allegations against him from Colorado. That's sort of like when you grew up within. That was what I remember high school I remember when he came to NBA. Remember when when the titles Shack Jack Remember when that trial sort of dominated you know the news I remember when when he came back to win the title again and it was much more of a Sam. Sam Kobe's peer but it's like my. My relationship with him is so much different than my wishes with Christianson neither am I knew but just because the the age was very different so is way more jarring for me like dramatically jarring. It's like this is like my contemporary. I'm a little bit in between I mean I'm forty six so Jordan's ten years older than me and Kobe was five years younger. So I'm a little closer in age. Koby but he always felt you know and it is one thing I know. I don't want to turn this into a sports episode of the show but one thing about being a sports fan is you're far more than other forms of knowing famous people like following politics closely or Like traditional celebrity news like like actors and actresses is your acutely aware of their age in your age you know like how old is Brad Pitt. I don't know I have no idea that God doesn't seem to age Tom Cruise. I mean Jesus Christ guy looks exactly this same as he did twenty years ago and can keep these guys can keep making the same sort of movies they used to make I mean Harrison. Ford Ford is making was still making action movies. I mean he looks as AIDS now but I mean they're still gonNA make a new Indiana Jones movie. You know what I mean like. Athletes don't get to do their thing when they're honestly pushing forty. You know it's A. It's it's a wonder that there are quarterbacks in the NFL or forty forty one forty two to still doing their thing basketball doesn't really work that way although somebody just saw somebody in the NBA is forty two. I'm still logging minutes but What Eh Vince Carter? Huge exception and through the NBA is in particular. Because it's so I mean the edges are so small as sort of athleticism like there's there's guys that are coming coming in the week now and they're coming in and it's like Oh he's twenty one years old like in that like reduces his value as a prospect him because he has like as a nineteen year old like those two years of potential development development. Make a big difference but then case is to your point. Yeah you're super aware of how everyone is because it's a critical part of evaluating you know their you another potential you know how much it should be paid etc etc and in yeah in like. They're like the prime of your career is like twenty seven to twenty nine years old and and and yeah and so the guys that guys sort of retire. It's like yeah they've been on the downsizing for a while you gotta know what's coming and and certainly we went through that with Bryant and And Yeah but but it's like it makes it almost more tragic in a way because it's like now now one hand it's like if I was put on Earth play basketball. He played basketball played. It well accomplish all you could accomplish. And that was that on the other hand you know he more than more than most athletes really seemed to be leaning into sort of you know his second act as totally and and he was so clearly you know for for you know again. Say what say what you will. And what needs to be said about his past who so clearly devoted to his family family and the reason the helicopter was because he wanted to be able to drive his school in the morning and pick up in the afternoon and the only way that was viable in Los Angeles so he he's been on thousands of helicopter rides and it's like Oh man it's it's rough. Yeah I saw. There's a just a heartbreaking clip I mean all of its bringing this tragic but there was a clip him on the Jimmy Kimmel show recently and I guess he has or had four daughters and one was born in tune but the one who's older second daughter was thirteen and she was the one who who died with them when the helicopter crash going to basketball game but he was talking to Jimmy Kimmel and I didn't see the initial context for the interview but it was basically that people keep coming up to him and say. Hey you got all these girls were you gotta keep going. You gotTa have a boy someone to carry on your legacy. You know. Have a have a boy and he was like. Hey I already got a kid is going to carry on my legacy. gee-gee you know his daughter and that she's really good at basketball. Ask Ball and that's the one that died with him and then I was watching some clips on twitter of her plan and man play she made as a thirteen year old. It's like Oh my God and there was this play where she stole the ball. I get a press and then like did like a spin move between two defenders and then like the nicest little easiest finger roll and it was like all my God that she's got you know she had it just tearing up as I think about it. I mean I'm not. I'm a sports fan. Certainly not a Lakers fan but man when somebody dies I mean. You don't have to root for the team to just your heart just goes out and you're a bigger basketball fan than me but man and you just Cobi meant to to that generation of players. It's just unbelievable. The lesson has been super super striking to me. Because for you and I it was Jordan. Great Jordan was the guy I mean just to do a rough analogy like Jordan was like the quake Christians and fervor me like where you look up to him like you grow up with him like he came in the week. You know what I was just I was just a kid and his dominant years in the nineties. I was in high school and so you know he was. Someone like US older alert like he was used their presence. My whole life like even like the bird and Johnson. You'll magic Johnson era like. That's probably would. They were for us. What Jordan was for meat like they were already there when I most remember them as a little kid well remembered the decline? I remember sort of their their prime. Yeah I was AH AT THE AGE difference. Is such that the bird magic. Dr J. era is little bit more for me. What Jordan was for you? But like burden Magic's rookie year was seventy nine or eighty. Eighty seventy nine dash eight. Maybe like where the eighty The one thousand nine hundred finals was the one where Kareem had the the killer migraine grain headache couldn't play magic. Who was point guard played center came into Philly and one huge game as the center when he played i? I mean it helps. When you're six nine you know you can just sub in for Kareem abdul-jabbar in the NBA Finals as point guard? The greatest players of all time but still it it. It just showed that he was there but nineteen eighty seven years old. I don't I don't frigging remember. I can't say so I. By the time I really understood basketball bird and magic magic in Dr J.. We're already guys. You know what I mean. They were just there they were just they were the NBA and Jordan was the first player at that level level. Like someone who's in the argument for best player of all time and who I still would say is the best player but somebody who was in that argument who I remember like being drafted rafted playing I remember Jordan playing college. I remember when Jordan was on the Olympic team with Bobby Knight as the coach and I remember I remember the one I mean again. I WanNa talk about Kobe but I just remember like as a seminal moment I remember the time this eighty eighty six. When Jordan had a knee injury missed ton of the regular season and played in the playoffs and lit the Celtics up for like sixty four points in a playoff game and the Celtics ended up? Want but bird bird said something after the bird was like the most competitive rotten son of a bitch whoever played sports and he was just like even though they hadn't finished Mr Series eight he was a yeah. He's the best player of all time which is not easy for those guys to say no not easy for Larry Bird deal. But that's the thing though is like the way we feel about Jordan in Burr. Or you feel about your bird magic. That's all the players today. Phil Kobe tonight. And so it's like when you see them so devastated and Th Th that all the guys like looked up to him and and And he was like he's like he's your favorite players favorite player. You the way to think about it and you can understand. It was like an age thing that makes me feel old right. It makes me feel all to see all these. NBA players that. I love to watch. But they're all at least ten years younger than me so of course Kobe's their guy in Jordan and I know all of these guys a exactly what you said. They're all he meant so much to all of these guys in so many of them say yeah. That's the guy who I watch and I was. Yeah I WANNA I wanna be in the NBA. One of the guys. Who stood out to me? I I mean they have so many comments. So many tearful interviews you know in the last few days but I- steph curry was talking by Steph curry and Steph said That the searing memory for him was that game or Kobe scored eighty and he's like look. I Know Wilt Chamberlain scored one hundred you know. But I can't relate to that you know Internet at the battle that might stand for ages but you know that was like nine hundred sixty one or something like that like these guys saw Kobe. Bryant score eighty points in a game. And that's like with Steph was saying saying like I saw it and it was like the modern game like I and I know now I'm in the League and I know what that means you know like I know how impossible that is to Iraq eighty points in a game and it's just unbelievable with the other thing. The other thing with him is I wasn't like wasn't a Kobe Fan. I've been you know. There's a.

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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"seventy nine dash" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"seventy nine dash" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The international development secretary pretty patel held a series of meetings in israel to discuss government business without telling the foreign office she was accompanied by leading proisraeli conservative lobbyist donning streeter said that miss patel did nothing wrong is all diplomatic correspondent james lando in august pretty patel went on holiday to israel the while there the international development secretary didn't just see the sites she also spent two days meeting the leader of one of israel's political partisan does ding firms in churches where she reportedly discussed deeper mental business however she didn't tell the foreign office as is customary nor was she accompanied by any civil servants she was however accompanied by lord pollak president of the conservative friends of israel a powerful proisrael lobby group tori the ministers and mps say this is stab reached a perceived conflict of interest that potentially breached the ministerial code of conduct eight sacked ministers from the catalan government of spend the night in custody after appearing in court charged with rebellion and sedition an arrest warrant could be issued today for catalonia's sect leader countless kujtim on who's in belgium and did not attend cold thousands of catalan staged protests last night saying those who'd been detained were political prisoners coach documents have revealed that the body of the malls murderer ian brady was cremated last week and his ashes scattered at sea he died in may at the age of seventy nine dash with high security hospital in merseyside together with mara hindley brady tortured and killed five children in the 1960s sean deely reports in the early hours of thursday last week five months off to his death from natural causes in brady's remains were driven to liverpool marina and dispatched at sea his body had been collected from the royal liverpool hospital and driven under police escort to southport crematorium now music was played a nofly was with omitted these were the conditions set by order of the high court which stepped in to oversee the disposal of ian brady's body because of fears his remains would be scattered on settle worth more where his victims were buried two new studies suggest cancer patients with high levels of good bacteria in the gut a more likely to respond to treatment that shrinks toomas the research in france and the united states indicates that immunotherapy drugs some more effective in people with healthy digestive systems the.

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