21 Burst results for "Shea Stadium"
"shea stadium" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"With the hotel register, we don't all came. We're staying positive. We're positive. This is great. Is there a rehearsal dinner tonight? Yes, there is. About three hours. What's on the menu? What's on the menu? My parents put together a fajita bar, actually. Okay. Okay. All right, it's also dicey for the next day though. Yeah, you gotta pace yourself tonight. Great point. We can't have any guess of tons and pepto. Just in case. The onions. We can't have any repeats during the next day. You can't have one of those reflux repeat days. You got to be careful. Tomorrow's tomorrow is the most important day. Don't binge tonight. Be careful tonight. Correct. Focus on tomorrow. Have a moment just the two of you. You and Rachel, you and the fill in Rachel's show just the two of you guys together at some point. Make sure that Rachel gets to choose her bathroom and you choose another. And then I think we're good, right? I mean, do we get anything done? I think that's too drunk. Tonight, right? Okay. Very good. Lots of compliments. Feel like lots of pictures. I think we've got I think we got you covered. I think we're pretty set. I have to thank you on behalf of RES consulting. That's very, very kind of you all have a very, very small you tweeted some pictures. Yes. Do that? If you want to call back next weekend next week, that would be great. We're on a Roku channel. It would be great. And again, I guess, on behalf of Arias consulting. On behalf of us to you, our wedding gift to you is that service is gratis on the house. On the house. I will not train 99. Our advice on the house. On the house. I appreciate it, rich. Thank you so much. You're welcome, sir. Mazel tov. That's not a best brother. Fargo. But still taking anyway. I assume there will be no broken glasses, no hope. Is there a Fargo anywhere? None of that. None of that. Very good. Thank you for the call, great. Good luck, man. There you go. Guys, we're staying after class. And we've never stayed this long for a caller, by the way. I like that. That's good. Someone said we should send him a mug as a gift. We just gave him something far more valuable. Yeah, Chris, you teach a man to fish, you know? Show me any way he wants for the rest of his marriage. Yeah. That's more valuable than a sink. His brother is getting way too hammered for this, right? There's no way. Garrison. 18 year old garrison sounds like the weakest like not gonna lie. Goodbye. Goodbye. Hey. On our YouTube days, we'll see you on the Roku channel on Monday. For the real story behind some of wrestling's biggest moments, it's something to wrestle with Bruce Pritchard and Conrad Thompson, too. All Tom Hogan opponents matcha man's gotta be in the conversation. Where's Andre for you? I'm always sitting Andre was number one. Wow. Because I even going back before Hulk Hogan was a babyface hulk and Andre were able to go in and headline at the New Orleans Superdome in Shea stadium in Japan, wherever they went, that was an attraction. Something to wrestle with Bruce Pritchard. Listen, wherever you get your podcasts.
Eric Reunites With Old Friend James Howard Kunstler
"To say that I'm sitting here with an old friend. It's hard to believe how long it's been. I'm sitting here with James Howard kunstler, who lets me call him Jimbo. Jimbo or Jim, you and I have not been in the same room since probably Christmas 91. Well, we veered into very different kind of intellectual trenches. And digging ourselves deeper into them. So we can't see over the top. But it's still crazy to me because I mean, you've been on the program before by a Skype or whatever. But I met you when I was at yaddo in 1986. Yeah, originally, with Alan shoes, I think Alan, we were watching the 1986 World Series at my house. That's right. A tragic death series. That's exactly right. It wasn't tragic for mets fans. Right, not for them. But I was born in Queens a mile from Shea stadium. So it was not tragic for me. But the point is, that was 1986. I was 23. And I was at yaddo, which was a huge deal for me because obviously I want to be a literary writer and I got to go to yaddle where Cheever was so it meant so much to me. But I met this guy named Alan chews. And Alan says, now, how do you describe him? Alan Woods? Well, he was a big kind of bear of a guy. He was a book critic and a professor. And he had an NPR bookshelf. And he was a sweet fellow. Oh, yeah, very sweet. And he was very kind to me because he said, hey, you want to come with me? I know somebody who lives near here a writer named Jim kunstler. And so he drags me along the 23 year old version of me along with him to meet you. And I instantly loved you and started reading your books. That's
"shea stadium" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"We are in no way impugning the devotion of a's fans or their commitment to baseball or calling them fair-weather or anything like that is just, like you said, this is what happens when you drive seemingly in intentional wedge between your team and the fan base and then hike up prices as part of the privilege. So it's really too bad because I don't know, like we've talked about this before. I've only been to a handful of games that whatever it was called at the time. It wasn't RingCentral? Yes. Someone else suggested that they should call it ringworm. And now that it is currently infested by kids. So I've only been to a handful of games there, but one of them was the a's we're playing the Yankees. And so it was a well attended game because the Yankees were in town, but it was not as if the only people there were Yankees fans, like there were boisterous, ace fans, they were into it. It had a great vibe. You know, like people were there to see baseball and they cared about it and they shouted down the Yankees fans and it was just, you know, I was like, this is a great, this is great. This is a great baseball atmosphere. And so it is just so discouraging that, you know, when you are gifted with that with a fan base, it clearly wants to care about your team and does care about your team to disregard that prior sort of emotional investment because you're not willing to make a financial one. It's just really a bit just a shame and they deserve those chances are better. And so the people who play for the a's right now and the people who work for the as, you know, and are trying to do their best to put a winning team on the field despite just wild budget restrictions. Everybody involves your deserves a lot better than what they're getting. And it's a real problem. Yeah, the projected payroll according to raster resource 50 million for the a's which is the lowest in MLB. So I don't know what the endgame is here. I mean, if this is what ownership wants so that they can say, well, fans are not supporting the team and therefore that strengthens our case for leaving or for prying a ballpark out of Oakland and they can argue, oh, it's because we have this old ballpark that is infested with feral cats, which granted, I mean, just because it's old doesn't mean that it is necessarily infested with feral cats. I haven't read the Wrigley is infested with feral cats or that Fenway is infested with feral cats, so that is not necessarily a product of its age. But that ballpark has problems and despite the vibe in the atmosphere noted, like sure, they could use a new ballpark. The conditions under which they are expecting to get it and not just the ballpark, but also the whole real estate kitten caboodle. Kit and caboodle, but in this case, perhaps all right, you get it. So I think is that expression kit and caboodle? Have I seen that wrong my entire life? Yeah, it's not kittens, although in this case, it could be. I mean, but you say kitten caboodle. To signify the and the joining makes sense. So. I don't know what to say. I wouldn't say that ace fans should be supporting this team in this effort and the lack of investment that ownership has made it in this payroll. They should be voting with their feet and with their butts being on the couch instead of in the ballpark. But does that just further the aims of ownership? It's like a lose lose situation sort of. So it just, it sucks. It just generally sucks. Yeah, it genuinely sucks. And I get that when teams relocate, they take baseball from one place, and they put it in another place that didn't have it at that level, though it's not as if there isn't baseball in and around Vegas, but setting that aside. I just hope that if the team relocates that we are able to hold on to what I don't know, I don't know. It's just really too bad. This is a storied franchise, you know? This is like, and they have great uniforms. And all this hair, you know, and they have smart people working for them, and they have good players. And they used to have a lot more of them than they do now. It's just, it doesn't have to be like this. And I wish that we had better mechanisms in place to say, like, we can kind of rework all of this so that we have owners who are in a position either, you know, even if we take the ownership group there at their word where they can't afford to spend more. Like even if we believed that which we don't, but even if we did, we should be able to demand that they do spend more. Like we've talked about before, there are only 30 teams like we are unfortunately lousy with billionaires, like surely we can find someone else who can buy a franchise and say, look, we're going to we're going to really commit to this thing and sort of pay back what we have already received in time and treasure from the fan base. And we just don't have that. And it sure feels bad. There used to be Ferro cats at Shea stadium and I'm looking at a story here from 2008 before the mets moved to city field and there was someone in organizer for a local group called neighborhood cats that claimed that there were 20 to 40 cats who called Shea stadium home, although a parks department spokeswoman claimed that there were only a couple of cats and that when they were caught there taken to a shelter. So there is a history of feral cats at ballparks and perhaps old dilapidated ballparks that will soon be abandoned anyway. Worried about the cats more worried, I guess, about the franchise just in general. 2703, the number of announced fans at that game. That is lower than the number of hits that Miguel Cabrera has recorded in his career has that for a segue. Oh boy. As we speak, he's still sitting on 29 99 after he had three in his previous game the tigers are playing as we speak. He is zero for two thus far, but maybe he'll get to 3000..
"shea stadium" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"You need me in the band, and I accept. Now, I tell this story with love and admiration in my heart for Andy Summers. He is a guy who is that. And he gets uncomfortable when I tell that story, but it's so encapsulates the power of Andy Summers. Up until that point, I supplied the songs. There are crap songs three minute fake punk songs. They hate me. Punk stuff, you know? And the rules of punk were actually very strict, that shall not write a song over three minutes. Thou shalt not write a song about love. Thou shalt only write about being pissed off. And the dress code was very strict Nobel bottoms, short hair. The hairdo was critical. The rules of punk were extremely strict. The rules of the rebels had a lot of rules. Exactly. Funny thing, that, isn't it? But now, sting had an actual musician to work with. And suddenly, he comes up with a song. I think it was born in the 50s, which actually had some chord inversions. As soon as I wow, that's great. Let's do that. And one by one, these songs started coming out, which were pretty wouldn't have been possible until sting and Andy, you know, Andy could play the stuff that he could write. And he sting himself, had no idea that he could write a hip hop song. He had never attempted to. He'd never really seen himself in that role. But the punk world of three minute songs, the discipline, all that discipline of all those rules, it's something clicked and he suddenly out of nowhere started to write these great songs. At that point in time, in your heads or maybe just in your head, what did success for that band look like? What was your incremental? Some of the milestones were not the big ones, but they felt like the big ones. You know, one milestone was the marquee club in London where everybody played the who played there there. It just it was the club. It was like the whisky. In London, it was just the history of that place. And there was a hierarchy. The bottom of the hierarchy is you're supporting on a weekend because they don't have anybody can the weekend they're going to do business anyway. And then the next is supporting on the weekday because that's the toughest thing. You've got to have a little bit of a draw. Then when you headline on a Thursday, you are king of the world. We're headlining the marquee on Thursday. Headlining the marquee on a Thursday was a big deal. And we felt like we yeah, we're getting somewhere. Yeah, baby. And but we still weren't getting anywhere. We were still starving. And we were still written off by the press. And somebody had the brother miles this time, had the bright idea of, let's go to America. So we did. And punk had failed here because the Sex Pistols came over and sucked. They bombed. In the word punk just did not resonate in America in the same way that it did in England. It had wrong associations. It just didn't catch for us. So they erased the American record, and they erased all the punk arama, the album, which had all these pictures of us in leather jackets and looking hostile and everything. Got rid of all that. And airbrushed the American edition of our first album is airbrushed so that we looked 12. And we came to America and club by club, city by city. We worked our way every city with a fighting the battle all over again. But we did. And finally, I guess, so along the way, there were these milestones. While we were on tour in America, we heard that we had a hidden England. That got on the BBC. And so I guess a big one was Shea stadium. Because that's for English band, even though I'm American, that was an English band. Playing Shea stadium is The Beatles. That means you're beetle. That means you've conquered America. That's official now. You've conquered America. When you play Shea stadium, and not only for yourselves, but for the British press corps, the British England is conquering America when an English man plays chase stadium. And so it's like a national thing in the whole of England gets excited about it. So I guess that would have been a pretty cool milestone too. Were you nervous before that gig? I guess you would call it nerves. Is there anything you did? Did you do you have a pre game ritual or anything like that? Artists of all kinds have many pre game rituals. And they evolve and they emerge one day. You have a donut and you have a really great gift. That's it. I got to have a donut. And they accrete. They build up after a while. And then one day you go and there's no donut, but you go and you play a great show anyway. Oh, maybe it's not the donut. So you pick up and you lose. The singer is particularly because the drummer you break something you play through it. Singer, your voice goes, and it goes quite easily. It's quite a delicate instrument. And when it goes, you are so screwed. And so singers particularly have rituals of the steam, the humidity in the room, there's the humidifier. You breathe into in the throat coat and the la la la la la la la la la la la la la la, where should all I got to go to the right and it had a rabbit hadn't had it in it. And so the singers have a lot of ritual. So did you have what was your magic donut? Did you have my magic done? Well, for years, I didn't have any magic donut. And then I realized that, wow, you can actually go on feeling the way you do on the third song when you're warmed up and you kill. You know, at first few songs just aren't as good. Unless you warm up. My God, what a difference, and I saw I was actually at a with Stanley Clark with some jazz musicians. And the other jazz musicians, one of the drummers, famous guy, was doing his rudiments. I don't think that's someone I wouldn't be caught dead. You know, publicly doing rudiments. Shit. You know, but there was this jazz cat doing it. Then he went out in his first song, was just like he'd been playing all night. And so without anybody noticing, started to do my rudiments. And then I noticed, actually, that stretching is even better than rudiments. All these muscles in here, all these timely little muscles, the reason they play better, three songs in this because they're warmed up, blood circulating, and it's just physics. Biology and physics. And so I have rituals of stretching and so on and each finger gets love and attention because this finger here actually goes up through to there and I can feel like that one's thank you and so all the stretching rituals that's my particular poison. Have there been particular dark periods of difficult periods, but if going up to the end of the police era? Well, the police itself was hell. Just kidding. No, I'm not kidding. No, it was both. It was like a Prada suit made out of barbed wire. It was incredible to have that effect on audiences to get on stage and do what we did was darned exciting. But it became more and more difficult for us to resolve our creative differences. And they come from an honest place. In the early days, songs would come into the band with just some chords. And we'd say, oh, cool. Let's play that and mess around with it in the writer of said song would be, oh, really? You like my song? You want to play it? Oh, wow, guys, cool. Can I make tea? After you've written a few hits, that humility turns into something else. It turns into confidence. So the vision of where to take the band began to not be quite so symmetrical. And I saw the band like this thing goes on like that. And Andy just saw great. They're fighting again. And he would just sort of pull up a picture and throw bombs. And if you are a true creative musician, you don't show up to the studio. At that time, he wasn't none of us were showing up with a couple ideas, and then the band would develop it. We would all show up. We all had home recording studios now, and we would show up with platinum demos, having thought through every aspect of the song. Having thought through not just what I'm going to do,.
"shea stadium" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Who would do a thing like this last guy on the ball home. Run just under the strain. No it's amazing. Bucky dent going into that bat was hitting two forty one for the season he had hit. Four home runs there. Were very few people regulars in baseball. Who were less likely not only to hit a home run but much less to get an extra base hit which is what the yankees needed. So did you realize jeremy that you were sitting in the seats of one. Russell bucky dent. When did that set in that. You were actually in your your family would have been ostensibly. I'd like to think that it registered fairly quickly but again and say it was the smartest nine year old. I know that within hours it became part of family lore something that you know. We talked about and have talked about over the years. I saved the ticket stub for a long time. I had it in a scrapbook. It was just as little. It was like an inch and a half an inch and a half and i had a glued into this book with all the other memorabilia and my mother. She threw it away. I forgave her. Mostly but the question. I have for you at the end here. Jeremy is because bucky dent has become. We're at the end already. I'm just buggy dead bad. He's he's a curse word now. he's a name that cannot be spoken without an expletive attached. And i wonder if you feel like by virtue of your position and all of this. Do you feel like you deserve to share in some amount of that infamy. Oh i hope so. Yeah i mean. I i i been trying for forty three years to attach myself whenever possible to this moments so i hope it's had some impact that my efforts have not been for naught. You know it. It's a great story right. Pablo and and i was. I was the luckiest kid. In the world. I've been to reggie jackson homerun eleven months earlier. I was at the dent game on october. Second seventy eight eight years later. I would be at the buckner game at shea stadium. And then seventeen years after that i would be at the bartman game at wrigley so four. Maybe maybe four of the five or six kind of most famous games baseball last half century. I was at all four of them. Three different cities four different ballparks. All of them a fan. Not any of them. What you're saying. Jeremy is that wherever. Jeremy schaap goes. Lots of people are about to be infuriated. That's exactly a you nailed. It nailed it. Jeremy bleeping chef. Thanks for taking us back in time. Thanks.
"shea stadium" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma
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"shea stadium" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Entity together. it was a brotherhood. You know they were family party time at shea a win by the yard right. Jappie of the eastern evasion and crowd is really fired. This family arrives at september seventeenth nineteen ninety-six it is cubs at matt's it is the nfl east on the line. Dot good in is on the hill. What's the scene like at shea stadium. Such a great scene and we were really lucky enough to get some fans who had brought their newfangled camcorders to the game and so we have some fantastic fan. Footage has never been seen before. And it's it's insane. What happens when the last album is made the right side of the field back. If over gonna are scarring veal. Ten thousand fans are on the field within a minute. One of the mets overheard on some of the footage saying they swarmed the field like bees. And the mets were scared. Somebody grabbed her his hat but he didn't get his club. This kid came up and grabbed my glove and try to take my glove. I looked when i had to stare down a fan to hold onto his glove. It's just almost like a riot. Is the one time sandy carter. Gary's widow told us one time she lived in new york city that she was actually scared of new york city bodies rolling down on top of the screen above us. I think that's the only time. I really was afraid of new york. It's just a a raucous wild celebration that you you don't see anymore now i mean there's there's lawlessness there when the ball is approaching keith hernandez you can see people already putting feet onto the infield dirt. It's wild wild. And it's the culmination of that summer of wildness. He felt like at any minute that summer. Anything could happen for good or for ban. It was crazy. It was unruly in another one of these moments. Where the city team just sort of fused together coming up. Why be wildest parts of that. Entire eighty six playoff.
"shea stadium" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fellow sports fans in Sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off back in 19 Oh, six on their way to the American League pennant. The Chicago White Sox beat the Washington Senators 4 to 1 for their 19th straight victory this week in 1943, the birth of baseball Great Lou Panella. Mariners raise and Cubs manager and 1969 American League Rookie of the Year. This week in 1974 19 year old high school basketball star Moses Malone Signs a contract with the Utah Stars of the A. B A to become the first player to go directly from high school into major professional basketball. This week in 1985, New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden became the youngest player to win 20 games with a 93 win over the Padres at Shea Stadium. 20 years old. Nine months and nine days this week in 1991, Kansas City's Bret Saberhagen pitched a no hitter to lead the Royal to a seven to nothing win over the Chicago White Sox. Saberhagen struck out five and walked to this week in 2000 and three Eric Gonyea said a major league record with his 44th straight save of the season as Los Angeles beat Houston 6 to 3. Johnny Eclipse. Tom Gordon's Nok Sacramento. BKF Alkaline Sacramento's number one for breaking news, local news, traffic and Weather News. 93 11 from ABC News. I'm Michelle Fransen. The deadline to get Americans and Visa holders out of Afghanistan is now one week away. President Biden expected to deliver remarks today.
"shea stadium" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"So i'm not surprised to see the crossover here and and the success that very very strong so your mom lily is a great american story. Yes she is. We are living the american dream and at all began with her she Her parents are both polish. Jewish holocaust survivors and they were in the camps in poland. In germany she was born in a french army relief camp in germany after my grandparents were liberated from the holocaust and You know they moved to american when she was two years old and she became an american citizen via l. asylum When she was nine years old and she had a hard life or parents started over here with nothing and they build a life working hard and believing in the american dream and she never would have dreamed all those years ago that she'd be singing gospel music for most of her life and then to be asked to be members of the grandma. Free either no. No one could ever anticipated that sort of a a life for her but she is an amazing woman. She is always fun to talk to lily. She's going here. But i like mom. I'm the baby. So i had to pull the baby cart today. Okay well she's here. she's in the studio. She's getting harrisburg hunter. So it's good but so thirty. Five years ago the isaacs started actually update that bio mom and dad started singing fifty years ago. Our dads the baby child of seventeen children who his parents were pentecostal preachers. His father was a preacher. They were farmers back in the hills and the hall of eastern kentucky and it was music that brought mom and dad together and the new york city gertie spoke city in greenwich village where a lot of people were discovered like peter. Paul mary and different ones and so they they were. Dad was singing. Bluegrass mama singing folk rock music and they were at the pentecostal family. Ends up on the hippie scene. Right right this is fun. Yeah it'll be a little story here. Her thought he was jewish with the name. Like isaac isaacs. How can you not think that he was not jewish. Bother to tell her any difference till she'd already fallen in love with the So they so they you know they were in new york singing together and then My dad's brother. His closest in age was killed in a car accident And so after that they both went to his funeral. Service was which was at a church and they both open their hearts to receive The lord and that was the beginning of the isaacs fifty years ago. Fifty years even singing. That's pretty impressive. And of course been your brother. You got with y'all now aggravate face as a musician would leave the band. The isaacs are their original is. Our parents Mom and dad would see the talent and us. They would set an instrument in the in the living room. Embarrassed to touch it. And that's how we learn how to play music and You know. Dad would put a base in ben's hand next thing you know when the bass player left ben wind up saying you start playing mandolin when mandolin when she was nine. And i was eleven. When i started playing the guitar and so we've just slowly Become who we are but you can see the influence of the bluegrass side of our father in the folk rock side the hippie movement over mom which explains a lot about this record. We've done a lot of records in the past that have honored the bluegrass side of our father. But this record kind of leans a little bit more towards it americana folk style and you know we give our momma hard time. She still has the feather. She kept those and she was at shea stadium for the first time when the beatles performed and she went to woodstock ask her. She still remembers woodstock but Yeah we're just like a. We've been called a little gospel. Chipmunks we've been called a kosher hillbillies hebrews were all mixed up. I'm a year younger than her. And my brothers. Three years older than me so from the moment we could talk. We could sing harmony full harmony. So cheap labor put you pay you race. You'll have to. You'll really appreciate this from the time i've been a child. I had the envelope program that you talk about. I would write down what it is. And i would put the cash in there and by the time i got married and so i still i still do some of your amazing most of what you talk about. So i'm honored art. Shana and becky isaacs. The new album is the american face. It released last week charting already on the country charts again. A fifty second dove nomination gospel music hall of fame and last week inducted into the grand old opry so i wanna fire this tune before we run up on the break so that audience gets to hear it. This is one of the singles from the album. Fired up.
"shea stadium" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Are we ready to talk about how this fits into not just a year in the life but gilmore girls season three episode three so one more a little bit of info that will help us figure. This out is the production value. You talked about a little bit the rickety stage but also. You had this huge stadium. People way a pi fifty five fifty six thousand people and these little tiny one end up being little ants on this stage lane bugs like beatles. Oh man missed opportunity concerts nowadays. You can watch a screen the whole time if you want. Yup which is one of the things peirce wanted was a screen so something to think about as we kinda flush this this reference out Oh and people were. They actually used binoculars. I saw a bunch of people in the stands with binoculars to watch and so you saw the binoculars. But did you see video screens in the documentary. I did not. I didn't either. So i think paris has a point She has watched her beatles at shea stadium documentary and she knows they did not project this onto a screen so the crowd could see. So do you think impart. This professor was begrudgingly. Saying they're saying you know what what we're giving you right now this stage with just people. You got the bare minimum. You've got microphones chairs deaths. You know you have a curtain behind. You may not be black but lisa curtain. He's like you know what this is better than. What the beatles had at shea stadium. It should be good enough for you paris. Geller oh see. I took it more of a statement of paris. Geller get over yourself or maybe we're saying the same thing he's going. Paris decision is as big deal. Yes event does not matter as much as the beatles at shea stadium it will not be filmed and watched by generations later. No not at all and so follow up question. Do you think paris thinks this is the beatles at shea stadium. Paris thinks that everything she's involved in is the beatles at shea stadium. you know. that's a fair point. She might think she is the fifth. Beatle i think that's accurate john. George paul ringo in paris has a nice ring to it. I think so and i think this is not just insight into her teacher's perspective on the event but also a little insight into how paris deals with things. Yeah i mean her. Romeo and juliet performance. Which of course had to be done in the traditional elizabethan style. Yes i just everything she does. She turns it up to the eleven Snap reference within a reference. You're welcome while and you know what something else before remove on too much. I think paris would want to know. There are two movies coming up. That i think she will want to see And the first one is a continuation of these music documentary films. Did you see that. Peter jackson is making a documentary about the making of the album. Let it be no. Yeah it's just been announced in the last few weeks so it's gonna be a while. There's no release date set But apparently win. The album is being made. There was footage filmed for a documentary. That was never made so. Now it's going to combine that footage and he is also working with paul mccartney ringo starr yoko ono lennon and olivia harrison to get some more modern perspective as well so that should be really amazing. Yep and a different movie. I am super excited for off before we recorded. Do you wanna tell a little bit about what this movie is about. Yeah it's called yesterday which is a title one of their songs. i think we already use that And it's about a guy who wakes up and no one knows about the beatles but him i know and so he becomes you guessed it a superstar and creates his own little beatle mania It looks just like really fun. Little rom com. Maybe lowly james plays his. I guess girlfriend it seems yeah it looks really cute like just what a good like interesting concept And everyone thinks that he's writing all these amazing and the question is. How long can this keep going. Yeah how great is his memory of the beatles. Catalogue for real. I am almost certainly going to go see that one. I got the trailer look so good. Yeah that'll be fun. I think Good summer movie. I think it might just get all my lovin same. And maybe we'll see paris geller in the audience may be or up onstage. Honestly that might be more likely taylor. So that's our show that's our show. Let us know if you think that we have started. A revolution with this podcast. Leave us review on. Itunes tweeted us at so it's a show email us so it's a show at jima. Dot com. sorta show mania is just getting out of hair. Absolutely keep us in your life by subscribing to our tiny letter tiny little dot com slash. 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"shea stadium" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"That's cool might be and it's also people sixers even know what it's all the walls this one remember. The song's called hopefully well. I think there is also important that the shea stadium concert was the one that they captured. Because that really was pico. Beatle mania almost exactly one year later in august of nineteen sixty six. They performed at busch stadium in st. Louis which is growing up there. That kind of lives on lor of saint louis like the beatles came here in played and which is a big deal because they only had a select few cities they toured in during their whole career and this is one of their very loud shows they ever played Wow so i think they were pretty exhausted from being on the road. They had long story short the night before they were supposed to play a show in ohio in it got rained out so the next day they had to perform a new show there and then come to saint louis the same night and then it rained all night and and i think they were just exhausted and they played four more shows and then they quit touring forever except for one random show. I think on top of a building in london so there was a lot of rain and like the shea stadium show. They played eleven songs in about a half hour. And this time there were twenty three thousand fans at bushido which was only about half capacity of the stadium and it sounds like people were the people in the crowd. Were super enthusiastic. I saw some of the pictures from the evening. And of course. We read the description of beatle mania from that. Saint louis post-dispatch article so there was a lot of enthusiasm still but they were facing some major controversy because earlier that year john lennon had made a comment about how the beatles were more famous than. Jesus christ not gonna mirko. You don't and that's just i mean. Look no matter what you actually think about what that means of him saying. That is just a tacky. Pr mu yes. Why in the world would you feel the need to publicly say that and not expect it to not go a royal especially in the sixties. Yeah and so. There were fewer people that were showing up because of that they think and actually there were like youth groups handing out leaflets before the show had there had been throughout the country. Like beadle burnings of them like burning their records and stuff and they did interview a pastor in this article for our the saint louis today and actually i thought he had a pretty good perspective on it and he said you know what. The beatles are more popular than jesus right now like. That's kind of how it is but you know what this is something. We need kids to understand how pop culture fits in and what's moral long lasting and important so we didn't sound angry about it. The long story short the tide had shifted a little bit for them. They said that the concert was on. Its way to sell out. But then he made that comment and they think that's a direct result lack of selling now. So it's a great thing that they caught their concert at shea stadium. Because they're touring was only gonna last about a year longer and it wasn't going to be quite as hot as it was the year before. Yeah but a nice little Footnote to that. Paul mccartney came back fifty years later to play at the new busch stadium wa sixteen which was a pretty big deal so things worked out in the end and now you mentioning the building The concert on top of a building. I can't believe i almost forgot to give another shoutout. Joe will always take the opportunity to to shout out across the universe the musical all beatles songs and in the closing scene. They had a concert on a rooftop and they sang. All you need is love. I believe classic of course just the song that they also have in gilmore girls a year in the life with the help from my friends which is probably my favorite from this musical. Thank you beatles for across the universe. Nice little in cap to their career. The only reason i know about it is because i listen to an episode of this day in history class. I'm a big fan. It's usually about five to eight minutes every day. I learn a little something that happened in history. And i just listened to january thirtieth nineteen sixty nine the final beatles performance..
"shea stadium" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"Some betty hill just so hard not to sing along when you hear them. They played eleven songs in about thirty minutes. And this was going on after five openers. wow. I didn't realize it was that many but there were a lot. I was surprised by the number. Yeah and i read an interview with dave swenson. Who wrote a book about their cancer at shea stadium and he said the whole evening was more like a variety show which was pretty normal at the time. Okay so they had the disco tech dancers. Were interesting they were in the documentary they had cannibal and the headhunters sounds incorporated. The king curtis band and brenda holloway. Which is another name. I know and in this interview. He mentioned this and gives no explanation. Marvin gaye was introduced but didn't perform what marvin kings a huge deal. Why would you introduce him and not let him sing. Maybe it changes mind. I don't know and the question for you. How expensive do you think it was to get into the show. How i don't know one hundred dollars. Let's trae four fifty. Four dollars off descends. Oh my word. Yes this author said that tickets were something like four fifty five dollars five sixty five and some parents still thought it was too much money and wouldn't let their kids go. Wow and now just think those kids whose parents didn't let them go and to see what it became. I know i just cannot imagine. The author of this book said that he did not go to shea stadium but he went to go. See them at cleveland stadium in nineteen sixty six and he said the screams were so loud. I can only describe it as standing next to a jet taking off and it never stopped. I've taken my kids to concerts now. Like american idol and others and the fans screen between songs but stopped to listen to the music with the needles. They never stopped. Plus there are a lot of girls crying fainting and just going hysterical. I've never seen anything like that since. Wow what a time to be alive for real for real and all the people who were of who were teenagers during the beatles era just roll their eyes at well and their management wasn't sure that they were even going to sell the stadium out and they were afraid it would look really bad if they were empty chunks of seat so they have this deal that they would buy the seats ten dollars per their management would which was almost double the highest ticket price but he was just. He didn't want it to look bad. He wanted it to be a sellout and then it turned out to be no problem and then the question was oh my gosh. How do we keep these guys safe. And so they as you saw. The documentary had tons and tons of police so many Because i mean there was a little gate kind of inbetween and but then just huge empty field where the officers would chase the fans. I know i cannot imagine. But i mean don't you think kinda worth it. Well here's my question. What do you think is going to happen when you run the field. I think you're going to go up and you're gonna like touch a beetle but i mean. Do you really think you're going to do. It is the question i guess. When you're inflicted beatle mania you're not thinking clearly. I mean the the nurse said it's a medical condition is yeah i guess you i don't know if one of them won't give me a kiss. I don't know. I mean. I guess if you think that's the peak of what you could get than. Maybe maybe.
"shea stadium" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"This episode for me is when the luke peeks out and sees taylor taking photos of the building next to his and then taylor sees they make eye contact and taylor stands upright. Looks takes a photo of a couple of random things in the square and then just walks away. I just crack up with that. And luke knows well. He doesn't know what's going on but he knows attacker. Yeah naturally their ex me up. It's one of the best relationships go girls personally. Sounds like we're going to save that for a best worst. I think so Well in rory story line one of the things that is giving her application anxiety is that now that she in paris. Our student body president and vice president are hosting college. Talk a kind of a acuna time at chilton and they're saying all these things like oh you shouldn't write your essay about how great hillary clinton is. Everyone's going to write their essay about that and worries like oh man. That's what i was gonna outsi- on so this is the kind of thing they're covering but right before this little. Qna session starts rory in paris. Have this conversation the fans up there. We seem cross from them and ask questions. What's the problem is boring predictable. Done to death. I wanna charlie rose to ask the question his style. I wanted us sitting at a round table with black backdrops. The audience will be only seen anything. I was working with the losers in the av club to projected on a giant video screen. And all mr hunter said was paris. This isn't the beatles at chase stadium. Mice anachronism I had video screens and sixty five. His references are as topical suits. Which would you call a suit topical. I don't know maybe in the sense that it's on the top of his body. Hashtag bad puns but no one does a burn quite like paris. Geller this is true now So kyla when heard para say this. What the heck did you think beatles at shea stadium was all about. I think i thought she was talking about a bunch of bugs dukhan and out in a stadium. I mean you know you got you okay. No okay. I was gonna say kyla. No you know we definitely pick things or not familiar with and you might have said. I was more cultured in the last episode. But i'm a little more cultured than that. Yeah i'd like to give you some credit thank you. Yes i know the beatles band. Hey ju- all four of them. Well as you told me for we started. There's john paul ringo and i'm gonna have to. I'm after pull a richard right now and phone a friend. He did not know the names of all the beatles either do recall e and he and emily had a disagreement about which of them had died. And how had died. So i'm going to say john paul ringo and yet who's the fourth one george george miller harrison. As as last name yet. Do you know last names of the other three beatles. Ringo definitely don't isn't that weird. Don't usually know first and last names all john and ringo. I mean that's all i got ringo starr. Yeah there you go. Whoa that's just came to me in. What about john and paul. Ooh lennon john. Lennon paul mcaliskey. He's probably the most famous beatle. Paul mccartney does that remote car. he's still alive to made him famous. Actually there's another. Beatles still living. Do you know who it is. It's not john. No correct paul way. We already sent paul. Paul was already one of the ones. We cover. George ringo process of elimination to the drummer. Who was only with the band for a while and other time. Oh okay hashtag fifth beatle. I don't remember his name. But i know there is a fifth beatle but them. It's shea stadium. I mean just sounds like a concert venue so you know it was concert. But i didn't know that this was a real you know that it was a concert film to me. It was just. It could have been so that he could have said the beatles at madison square garden. I didn't know it was a specific concert that they put on. That makes sense fair enough. Okay so you. I think i was at about the same place. I assumed it was a concert that the beatles put on in. Yes i feel very familiar with who the beetles are so. I think that's something we need to cover. What's up stadium by that place. Who yeah what is it. So there's a fifty minute documentary fifty five something like that ended of this concert a concert film as you might call it in. Nineteen sixty five pairs was correct so she might have been critical of her professors references. But she did know the year that that concert put on. So what does that say but yeah it was a one of their biggest concert to date have the most people in attendance that they had had at that point. Fifty five thousand people like that which is e. I saw fifty six thousand in rolling stone. And yeah the beatles dot com confirms over fifty five thousand crazy. Yeah that's still huge. Are they filmed. That made it a culinary at aired in the us in the uk and somewhere else. Yeah a and this was at as you guessed it shea stadium in new york which is where the mets and the jets played at the time so jets her football mets for baseball. And this stadium eventually just went on to be a baseball stadium and it was actually demolished in two thousand nine so it was still up and running the time at the time. This episode aired. Yeah so we both watched this fifty minute documentary. I have to ask what were some of the thoughts running through your head as you watched the footage of this concert which includes footage of their opening acts footage of the crowd. There's voice over from the ford guys in the band. And from some of the people they work with on the management side talking about new york city in about their fame yada yada. What were you thinking. mostly. I mean the fan girls. There're so many freak outs teams screaming running. Trying to rush the stage and security guards carrying them off retreated nicer than others. Say to be fair. We did not have the full context so yes. I have no idea what happened. In the moments leading up to these police officers grabbing them and taking them up but some of the women were able to be chased back others were.
"shea stadium" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Mookie wilson there you go folks again cock along with ed lynch now. Do you remember your mets debut. Ed i sure do yeah i I believe it was my first appearance out of the bullpen. As a professional it was in august. Thirtieth nineteen eighty and candlestick park right and the the first hitter faced was mike. Id down the middle ground ball. Shortstop took a bad hop. Hit frank to verizon the throat bounce in foul territory. He wanted his second with a double. And and and frank was on the field for like five minutes. And i'm on the mound bite. My pinker nails go one pitch in the big league guy. Got a double on the ground ball. The short shortstop is injured. And i'm sitting there. A nervous wreck wind up pitching terribly. Yell was not a good day you and i. I did not pitch for thirteen date and we lost thirteen consecutive games. Right off the game chase stadium on september thirteenth nineteen eighty against chicago cubs. And i want one of the big as in my career being back in shea stadium pitching and winning as a mess right. You snap that losing streak. That's right. We're speaking with ed lynch tonight on sports. Talk new york now. you were in With the mets. During the bad times. And i know we spoke about that last week with the bad dude on the show off jonah stearns and he's got some stories that guy let me tell you Now who are some of the luminaries that you've played with the mets in those days. Ed oh we had elliott matic's we had We had bill allman the ad dunks. Doug flynn of course. Jon stearns Why play with..
"shea stadium" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Running the basis was one of my forte's they i. I was a good really good base runner. I wouldn't fast. Fastest guy ran but iran good for a catcher. I was above average runner. I played defensive back at colorado safety. I ran a four six forty in college football and You know six six six seven sixty. That's how they time you in baseball when they when they're clocking us so I did have above average speed. And i was always from little league on i just base running was just a natural thing for me and i still basis all the way through all the way up through amateur baseball after college ball. I mean I would still like twenty five bags in a forty game season in college. You know something like that. So i didn't wanna i wasn't going to change that with the mets and once once the management like at yogi berra. When i first came up dotonbori came in and they finally. I finally convinced them that to give me the green light where i can pick my pitch and you know steal and i i. I showed them that. I would not get thrown out at the wrong time. You know you don't wanna get thrown out if you're the tying run in the bottom of the ninth so you don't wanna try steal their no way. There's times when you can try to run. And i let them so they let me go on my own. And that's when i broke out and have the twenty five stolen base year. And i think i had a couple more years where i stole seventeen or eighteen or fifteen bases you know and that was all easy for me. The base running yeah came came naturally it sure. Did we got john stearns with us tonight on the program now another altercation. Let's put it Bench-clearing brawl in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine with the montreal. Expos it involves future. Met catcher hall of famer gary carter. You took exception to gary coming in a little high. Yeah gary tried to run me over. Yeah lake i had the ball in time and You know he tried to run me over. So i don't know what happened. I might have gotten up. Shoved him or thrown up. You know a little bit of a punch in there and so and then what happened. Was both benches cleared and we had almost had a brawl at home plate. So it really wasn't that big of a deal. I didn't think. I don't think i landed a punch on him and he didn't land on me but we confronted each other and we're grabbing each other and both benches cleared and came running out and and and so. That's what happened in that incident. And mac would want i would never want to get into a fight with another player Part of the game. But you know he. He felt that. I was you know he tried to run me over and i took up fence to it and jumped up and cutting his face shove him and i think that's basically about what happened. Just two great competitors playing. That's why they came absolute absolute. You're going to run into that once in a while playing you know and and so that's all that happened right there. Do you remember the time. John I think it was in nineteen eighty. Two drunk is ran onto the field and the cops the shea stadium..
"shea stadium" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"They played in the tokyo dome and share with the yomiuri giants which is basically like it would be like if the new york mets shared yankee stadium. Well actually the yankees shared shea stadium for a couple of seasons while they renovated yankee stadium. But it'd be the reverse of that so like the better team. That's no no. It's like the clippers and the lakers. Actually refocuses yeah. It's like the clippers and lakers. So they were like the clippers when they were playing with the lakers like they knew they were getting second fiddle to that team so they moved out to to hokkaido sir to play out there and and lo and behold they found some some good system success out there so they plan to support dome out in hokkaido opened in two thousand and one for two thousand people fit in that place and it's it was used in two thousand and two world cup which japan hosted it was also in the two thousand and nineteen rugby world cup which japan ho said. An was one of the. It's actually going to be one of the soccer venues. That's going to be in the olympics this year. It's and also has a retractable field. So they remove the field they have to have to surfaces a turf surface for baseball and grass surface for soccer so and they play baseball. They put it in the fake grass and in the soccer grasses outside getting all the sun just kind of like what they do in arizona with the Was it state farm stadium now. It's like that. Yeah so they don't suck no no well. I don't know what. I don't know what i have no idea what's gone nippon baseball league. But i love their highlights when they show him on twitter. That's for sure. But they have boring s stadiums over there like none other stadiums are interesting. None of them are just kind of concrete. does more more built for function than anything else. Not everything can be loan depot park but yeah well okay. So that got us over. Let's head on over to a word for a non sponsors people places things concepts or have you that we've been enjoying over the last week a lot of stuff. Actually i'm going to go first right. So actual so guys the the gaming back lot gaming collection the collection all right. It's it's been it's trimmed down right but i. I'm swimming in money right now. Because of cash money homey straight cash straight cash. Just hopefully the government doesn't find out. Oh and it's been good. It's been married bitter right. It's been freeing right. I know. I'm not gonna play these things and it's man is it's hard to curate a collection like that man. It is hard to curate..
"shea stadium" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Pricing and the easiest way to book and pay in seconds. This is Angie your home for everything home, download the app today. Heavy rain We've been contending with along the Middle Atlantic coastline will diminish in intensity. On Saturday, there will still be some rain showers and scattered thunderstorms, but they won't pack the wallop. Like we've seen the last two days, much of the eastern third of the nation. In fact, we'll have some light showers and scattered garden variety thunderstorms Saturday, but we're not expecting much widespread heavy rain eighties Scattered thunderstorms. In cities, including Cincinnati in Cleveland, Columbus, Ohio, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Very warm Saturday in the Midwest and hot weather will push into the Southwest. Hot as well in the southern High Plains, Tulsa, 85 to 90 with thunderstorms. Sunshine for Fargo, North Dakota with a high near 80 some light rain in western Texas and across the Oklahoma Panhandle to the south of sunny day in Los Angeles near 80. And hot in the Interior Southwest. That's your national Weather Forecast. Mike Ellis, NBC news radio. Records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I Heart radio. What's happening? Fellow sports fans at Sandy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history. July seven. We will start today back in 1964 with the National League beat the American League 7 to 4 in the All Star Game on Johnny Callison, two out, three run homer off Dick Rabbits in the bottom of the ninth inning at New York Shea Stadium. The wind pulled the National League even with the American League. 17 wins 17 losses, one tie for the first time since the series began jumping ahead today in 1978 at the Wimbledon women's Tennis final. Martina Navratilova wins her first Grand Slam singles title, beating Chris Everett 266475. This was never to Lovas, first of 18 Grand Slam singles titles and a record nine Wimbledon singles titles. And staying right there at Wimbledon today in 2013 Andy Murray becomes the first British man in 77 years to win the Wimbledon title, beating Novak Djokovic 647564.
Nola Ties League Mark of 10 Ks in a Row but Mets Rally Past Phillies
"The Phillies absorb the two to one eight inning loss to the Mets in game one of a double header despite Aaron nola who tied a major league record by striking out ten consecutive batters on account of the quest of big for me today I could put a level stuff no one's performance occurred a few hundred feet from where Mets hurler Tom Seaver struck out the last ten Padres in a two to one win at Shea Stadium in April nineteen seventy that's pretty cool pretty cool band category with Tom no also delivered an RBI double but the nets tied it in the seventh following a throwing error by reliever Jose Alvarado the miscue set up Francisco Lindor's game tying single one inning before Dominic Smith singled home the winning run I'm the ferry
"shea stadium" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Could, like, buy one of these boots. Not just affordable. Put the baseball card once for like kids Parties. Yeah, Yeah, you get it for a kid's 10th birthday. You don't put it city field. I mean, that's That's his ad. And also once you've gotten at once, like is that something you need to have your kids keep getting every time you go to Citi Field is all. Let's get one more baseball card, right look exactly the same Well, it's also classic Schwartz that he's just looking for the Mets to add something that he can take hold. I mean, don't you have enough crap at home? Schwartz, You have 600 baseball's from Long Island Ducks games. You have a stinky sock from a G league basketball game. Okay, You got programs from every high school p a announcement that she ever did high school football game. And they're all hanging on the walls like this is Kantner Cooperstown? Don't you have enough crap? Now you need to go to Citi Field and have the kids going toe stuff themselves into a photo booth on a hot July night. To superimpose. You know Howard Johnson batting helmet on him. I mean, honestly, is this this is the change you want. I just want to see so representation of the two greatest moments in franchise history. Just wanna look at that and say, Oh, yeah. You know what? We don't always suck. There was two times in 60 years. We didn't suck. There were only two times, but I want to be reminded that we don't always suck all the time. What shorts wants is another Give Give away! You know, it's just like, please build more stuffs like and stuff my garage like a hoarder full of dopey, meaningless, worthless crap. Well, it's very clear D A wants to distance himself from the Schwartz idea, Sleep and no, Let's keep going know that their ideas are very, very different, and they were very people, and it should be just one caveat that reminder that he's tweeting the Mets owner about his idea, and he's a Yankee fan. Yeah, sure. That's right. He's a Yankee fan. His wife is a Mets fan. But he's a Yankee fan. Right? So the idea of a kid His kids or Mets fans. They had like a phantom draft when they went when they had them. So I had this worked. Look, the beat reporter of the shorts family knows the deal. Mariah's Give us the background on this because this is a very well known story. He's repeated this number of times when you got married to his wife, he said. Okay, we could split the teams, but they need I need one team then, and they need to be Islander fans. As if there has never been one pushback from his wife that she's a Ranger fan or something like that, and then his kids wouldn't be Islander fans. So then she got the Mets because she cares what the Mets it doesn't make any sense. Yeah, there was a fan draft Bosie, right, so he got the Islanders and she got the Mets for the two kids. But again, I don't understand that they wouldn't have not been Islander fans because she's not like she's some kind of your thumping Ranger fan. It doesn't make any sense so she might have had the number one pick in the draft and took the Mets and then he was Number two Guess he should've pushed jets on it. But maybe she's a Jets fan, too. I'm not sure. Yeah, so, so good job, Pete and no offensive. You met fans, But you know of all, you have all these loser franchises, and you had one out to make a team's root for a winning franchise. The Yankees and you chose not to. That's a poor choice. Pete. The body Biladi also had and he had a suggestion for Steve Cohen is. Well, What was your suggestion for Citi Field? Well, two suggestions. One. I wanted to kind of corner bar and left field. But that'd be a nice little touch. Congress Corner was it is a Ralph kind of postgame show throughout the seventies and eighties and even into the nineties, I think It is kind of a beloved tradition for Mets fan so kindness corner, which would be very cool is a bar and then I I Empire State Building a giant replica of the Empire State Building Hammer game. So whenever a met hit a home run, and someone who was a designated fan for the day can hit that hammer game and win some money. Where prize when something like that. So you kind of wanted to be like the carnival carnival at Citi Field. I mean, I I thought of that was Bernie Brewer when he goes down the slide not gonna do that Same thing. Do something a little different after they hit a home run. Well, they do have the apple. The apple comes. We should happen. Peter. You're have a home run something else to it. How many countries do somebody home run gets it. You have somebody come from section 3 43 to wave a sledgehammer ready and an empire steeped like where you in coming up with this? They wouldn't know. Destroyed by the way. What do you want? A fan. The shit is this out instead of feel with a big sledgehammer for nine innings? What? The Mets don't homer, that one. Think I wasted his time for three hours of the game so that you make it Experience. What's experience? What do you put affordable for baseball card next room and also kind of season? An Airbnb? Right? Kindness, corner bar? Yeah, Pete wants it. Then the moment he pays $14 for a bud light will be the first one cursing at the bartender after you're right. You know what? The more I read the tweet was on your ideas stink. What will the other ideas most? Let's paint the seats. Okay, everyone has that idea. Right. Okay, Pete, but you don't have to have an idea. Just have an idea to have the idea. Yeah. Enough for you Want to go get another shirt made for yourself? More as your idea was to paint the seats? No, I didn't have an idea because I'm not gonna go care. Yeah. That was a popular one. T repaint the seats like they weren't Shea, orange and blue and Green and red. Stupid. That was ugly. It was built in 1964 because of 1960. That's why it was Shea Stadium, though, that I don't actually don't mind that Pete had a third idea. Get the squirt gun into the clown's mouth and balloons clown being Bobby Valentine on it Blows Andy Chavez off the wall. How about a day where we have all personalized Twitter handles on unhappy to give him out? This'll morning more rises, wearing his at Maria's CBS hat? Yes, his hat has at Mariah's CBS on it, That's all it says on it, So he's Promoting himself. No, no, Andrew Bogus has our headlines. Mr. Bogue's what we got. DEA. 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Interview With Andrew Bernstein
"In his lengthy career. He's developed many friendships, not least of which was with Kobe Bryant with whom he collaborated the book. The Mamba, mentality how I play. And career special not because of the many iconic image he's made, but because he's demonstrated that he is the kind of man who puts in the extra effort and time to be a great photographer, a good father and a good man. This is about an ex in welcome back to the candidate frame. A first off welcome. Welcome to the show. It's have you thank you very much happy to year. Always Nice to talk to a legend. Old? I know. We talk a lot about your career as a sports photographer and that's we're going to spend a lotta time doing but I always to talk to sports, photographers or anyone who's been covering the game for a long time, always like hearing the story of the first live event smart event that they ever went to. That was like significant for them. What would that be? The first one I shot like no other one shot, but. went to maybe as a kid well, that's a great question I would have to say a grew up. A mets fan I. also a Rangers Fan growing up. I remember distinctly go into a myths game with my dad. I probably was maybe seven or eight. And, we were sitting behind home plate at Shea Stadium frankly sort halfway up, maybe third deck or something in. A foul ball team our way straight back. Identity shoved me out of the way in cod with one round. Tremendous amount it's been going. You know I'll never forget that I'm glad you remind me of that. That was fifty something years ago. An amazing that's A. Great Memory have first game. Yeah, well, it's better than getting in the head with a puck. But it would. No it was, it was a great memory. I had that ball forever I. Don't know what happened to it. In various moves over the years on the hockey side remember going to see the Rangers play in back. In the day we used to Go the old Madison Square Garden. This is the garden that was up on Tenth Avenue. I believe before they built the new garden in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy one. And the old guard, and had these pillars that you know. The new garden had the suspended ceiling. We made it so revolutionary. The Old Guard was Lee elda auditorium in at these pillars came down, and they sold seats literally behind the pillars that would call obstructed view seats. Added stamped on the ticket obstructed view. And you, literally sitting behind the pillar, and that's where me, the kid with always stupid behind the pillar. Every single time by Dan we get the tickets were like fifty cents. So that's what my earliest memories ago to raise your AIDS, I went to I can't remember which was first where there was a rams game at the coliseum that was my first, or whether it was dodger game. Experienced that I, remember was just the noise of so many people. And just it's unlike any other feeling I ever had were have dislike. Thousands of thousands of people around you at the same time, and there's something that I think is. Very lowering about that whether you are a sports fan as Lords player in your case of a photographer and talked to me about the intoxication of just that feeling at that sound. And, what it does for you especially when you're out there virtually in the center of it, it's still funny and bringing this up because the last. Or so this is gonNA sound really weird, but I've had this crazy ringing in my ear might. Equally right, it never experience, so go to the doctor. Get a hearing test the whole thing that they do. It comes back I have like twenty percent hearing loss at the high frequency, not unusual for my age. The audiologist says Mrs Wonder What kind of let me ask you. What kind of work do you do? I said well sports photographer you in noisy environments. She says I said. When's the last time we were in one? Four months ago. Well the ever experiences when you're in a loud arena or stadium I should not consciously. She's a will. Maybe you haven't withdrawal surgical. Rain you this consciously? Hearing it because it was so used to hearing it for forty years, isn't that? It's so bizarre.
Mr. Casey And Procter, Chuck and Mets discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank
"Did you happen to see the, pictures yesterday of Sean on Olenin and. McCartney the sons the remarkable striking resemblance to John Lennon Paul McCartney is just amazing So we gotta go out on tour there for a while with. The two other sons they left out. Danny Harrison who also has a striking resemblance looks like like very similar demand so again. It's a it would be kind of imagine putting of. Course we're doing our own Beatle mania now coming up in November the Gordon center here, in still have everybody wants this picture. That I have with them When I went up into I spent the whole day with them in their hotel room Ask me how I got in there. Except that the, police officers in. Those days were a lot different than they are today and I, happened they, recognize me they just told me, where the where they weren't room. That was you know I was on the right floor but, I didn't know what room so I didn't want to relax I was in, the right place right it must. Have been the wrong this morning And I, went? In there and just spent the whole day During a in between shows and what have you. It was it was I didn't most of it on tape I, got a lot of it on tape and you still have I'm telling you put. All those together now you could probably put a lot of money from well. The the, very, few people have a picture with, them all four