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"shelby lynne" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | Last month

"shelby lynne" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They went on shift, upset over low pay and overburdened and stressful conditions brought on by the Covid. Delta variant. Officials with the Alabama State Nurses Association say nurses in Alabama are paid on average about 8% less than their peers and surrounding states. In Chicago. Eight Children were shot over the Labor Day weekend. One of the Children who died from the shootings is from Alabama. Four year old Michael Moultrie. Junior there, visiting his father shot twice in the head while getting a haircut, the youngest shooting victim in Chicago after eight kids were shot over the Labor Day weekend. His four year old Michael Moultrie, Jr. He's from Alabama. He was there, visiting his father shot twice in the head and killed while getting a haircut inside a home. A Tuscaloosa woman is facing capital murder charges in the death of one victim and the injury of a baby Shelby Lynne Erdmann. Reports 53 year old Willy Haywood Junior was shot and killed Sunday morning while he was holding a baby. The infant was critically injured. Police say hey would in the baby's mother, identified as 25 year old Shauna Henderson were arguing at a home on 20th Street when Henderson grabbed a gun and fired. The baby is hospitalized in critical condition. Henderson is jailed on a $60,000 bond. She's also facing charges of first degree domestic violence. I'm Shelby Lynne Erdman. An iron Dale City employee, leaving the hospital after battling Covid for more than a month. Frank Pennington received cheers from his colleagues who gathered at ST Vincent's Hospital as he flashed a thumbs up gesture as nurses wheeled him out his wife, Maria,.

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Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil

"Announcing the awards for the state's marijuana licenses tomorrow to access to Medical Cannabis Commission will reveal the names of the six applicants out of some 70 that applied at a public hearing in Walker County, according to the Rome News Tribune. The winners will grow the marijuana, make the cannabis oil and sell it to eligible patients, and it can't happen soon enough. The state legalized THC oil and products for people with certain illnesses in 2015, but provided no way for them to access it. In Georgia. It's still expected to take another year before the new state supervised grow. Operations are up and running that CNN's Shelby Lynne

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on KCRW

"And now the time for a check of the weather. Good morning is January 6 2021. It's a Wednesday Here in L. A Mostly clear with a few clouds. Pretty good little breeze blowing right now. 50 F around 10 Celsius. This morning. I was once again thinking about the group the platters. And From 1955. The great Pretender. By the platters. Should be going up to Around 71 F this afternoon. 22 Celsius. And it looks like there will be some clouds. But mostly blue skies and golden sunshine. Pretty much all along the way. Everyone. Have a great day. And you too, Mr Lynch. Well, if I'm the great freedom and retired that I'm doing well, my name is that I pretended to but I'm lonely, but no one can tell. We're I'm great with free tender a tent in a world of my own. I play the game. But two real shame You left me to dream all alone to me. Is this feeling of make believe today feel well, I feel what my heart can't conceal. Yes, I'm a great free 10 dead. Just laugh in a game like a cloud. I see me. I'm not you see, I'm living my home like a crown. Three tending that your hold still around to me. Oh, this be willing to make Really feel what I feel What? My God, I can't unsee. Yes, I'm the great Be tender, just laughing and day like the cloud E. C T. You see, I'm wearing my heart like a crown PRI tending that your Still Morning becomes eclectic. Gone KCRW the great pretender from the platters. I took this one off 20th Century masters. The Millennium Collection the platters. Case here, Toby's weatherman David Lynch, making his pick from 1955 great song for today. Thank you so much. Mr. Lynch. Sonny Jane ahead of that, with a song that you may have recognized called Georges Zenda. Bob lyrics are in or do and two meal. There's only one word in English, which may have gathered was Georgia that is Sonny Jane. Brooklyn based composer percussionist And Dole player Shelby Lynne from Revelation Road I'll hold your head also.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Both animal house and the fireworks factory it's the Stephanie Miller show hello well yes everything's happy here yes okay I mean honestly first America first see this is a sunny side up to go anywhere it's fine it's good they're staying here because it's in force yes right that's scary phrase yes when you were saying like the James Bond film it's been moved back because the theaters are empty and there should be a white yeah the trays box up such a big out of the economy now for movies yeah this is trouble where that he can't grab in October C. as he wears right now my changes view Dr possible Victor D. off I thought I just a minute yeah I would have made that fresh for you the **** galore I thought this would be funny and then as I got nothing I got an oil painting down here like usual Octopussy rips de officers about installing a goldsmith me got it you get the dish on Mona Lisa smile you're all good I've seen it's funny it's a laughing on the inside kind of thing we're going to need one remote are fantastic happy hour next week Shelby Lynne yes country singer who is amazing as income coming up she was talking about how she did Barbie doll thing for a lot because we were good we played to talk about me having worked on yes she did the Barbie doll thing for awhile and she's like you know this is what will stop yeah general today let me just tell you what she just said you know she let her hair go gray she cut it short she's like wants to be who she is she's out you know out about her sexuality now in winter anyway but I said I'm going to get a gold is grace Leslie and family as possible until I die I had a girl yeah gracefully often cited for step of the.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Son again. Hi Nice little like Bossa Nova Rhythm and then it just like just these beautiful little elements. It's just so many of my favorite songs trace back to here and I love pretty much. Everyone in these records in some form and other Debbie talked about since then but I also feel like so many of these records. Their roots can be found in not necessarily humid in her pre or epic records really country days. A lot of hurricanes stems from this record. Write every I would agree every song. this is some sort of like musical ride aid for the listener thought. Ob easier is like this wavy lake. Introduction Lianne sue gotTA get back which is super leg. Poppy Yuck which was her being really got into the grammy. Yeah for the whole album. mm-hmm opening their big Blair. The sound for for your lives and then like I said dream some which just again tribute agoo everytime career over to honestly where I'm from because what did you do in the French lyrics industries come in the alleged China's there's little sweet writing that's going on there like Oh my God if it just is so goddamn awesome even blue is just going to the smoky little like dusty. The dimple a lounge closer of songs. Just like what's kind of her like. She's during his pants open. She's walking away and she puts her cigarette as she leaves. That's what black play blue is. Is this like. Is this beautiful like little more a little dress down. Finish the album. It was this is circling end of the whole peace. Completely and I also feel you like black light blue and sort of this album general. But that's not specifically is where I was like okay. The Dusty Springfield thing makes so much sense absolutely absolutely production and everything. It's it's like a dusty springfield valid like straight out of it you know and then it's interesting because then I feel like I'm just a little lovin. The actual covers album. She didn't go quite directly their offense remake dusty. She put Kerm spin on it. Like this feels a lot more direct. Oh my gosh right anything else. What I wanted to say about this record theaters I rank them up and I I will get? This is so hard to guys. I know just for the pure reasoning that she had more the hand in showing play it just I would put the dusty album number two number one because I feel like that's more her her she and she had more into the whole Diangelo parts. The album where it's a covers album is key other ones. I mean so hard. I agreement trying to stir heavy rotation own rank for many reasons besides the vocal L. Majesty as You said just a little lovin which I think probably strongest album. Remember that because she had to be. Because that's that was what she could give to light her strengths. Interpreter aren't in question. Brian Lover Fixes a songwriter to feel like I am shelby. Lynne of that so that I Signed for the infamous locked in segment. Brought to you by Tom's where we get to lock in the albums.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Voted you several times on this one here if the average out where exactly so offense of the fans I will say that go ahead and we will put in identity crisis at number six. This tariff feels weird. Okay take it if we're going to be more titans in part of a general debate. Yes maybe tears alibis falls. I can imagine eighty of lies and alibis some money to contract which is a lovely thing to have good six. Yeah I think we have. We can give that one Darris. There's still nine. Yeah where would you just since. We're burying place that you put in. I mean I didn't have never have rankings going into this. I just go off go to motion but to say top top free. Okay yeah me too. Yeah so it's okay. Read and a half point number nine love shelby number eight can imagine number. Seven tears lies number six identity crisis. I leaving I Sheldon Blitzer Yourself. Just the love revelation inroad Dark yet is we'll be got left. Yes so this point this gets really really tricky now and so I'm just GonNa throw something out there just to see the room because any one of these. These are very very good albums. I would say vitamin for the next flood beaten up not dark yet and the reason for that is that although he's one of those finch were produced by Teddy Thompson. It has very much more the lifting rustic field and obviously her working with allison is a very big big big deal because like while she guested on around before they never recorded a full whole album together and with according to other nothing but coverage which I think is an interesting move because these are songs that they have a great affinity for and at times. I think the collaboration absolutely it works. I like the real they wrote on a here. Is it too much that closing song because it's dark woman sinewy and there's like we're textures going on I dig it. I think the cover of into my arms by Nick Cave. I think that is suddenly filled stellar but let me get to like d'oeuvres Nirvana cover. Checkout Galloway Lithium gives me anxiety listen to just because of the harmonies ourselves so all over the fucking place. Yes it's like. What are you doing and I get that? That's what you know. Kurt cobain nirvana their sound. I don't know that that could ever transposed into a different genres. Just not made for the Orion also feel like this is the one time whereas listening this week is like GonNa used a little tune like they're like on lithium specifically and of course they're seeing your bonus so it makes sense but it was was the one time and besides like unless shelby this is strident like you are pushing this out of your throat and it. It isn't Saudi great for the Nevada and fans fans imagining. You know Kern Turco Baynes like really raw like forced completely emotional vocals. I understand someone trying to Hawaii beautifully harmonized that in the same court Kiva not work the rest of the album. I loved also you know well. Her Sister Alison just released her memoir blood or blood and now along with it. Yes so for people who aren't familiar with the book row. She probably began writing it when they said this album out. And so you think about that whole story the to assist coming together to make an album called not dark yet and if you don't know the story Their parents were murdered so beca of lake ties into the not dark yet to finally persist writing her memoir. You are the kind of which is now takes about two years for book from writing them for Michelle to happen so that can make sense so you feel like in her writing writing process. She almost reached out. Let's talk about the book when the story was singing arbiter to covers live songs. You like how now opens with mine list like indiscriminate killer song that one like is another one. That doesn't do it for me. See I so I actually listened to not all of but a couple of the originals to sort of as compared to my gosh. They improved my list. So Much Avenida really really like you know. They transformed it into country ballads and with the harmonies are doing. It's gorgeous. And then you listened to the original brandon flowers like the winding over some bad sides and so like their whole kind of their whole thing but like it really was such just start contrast that them at me like the cover even more to be like. Wow you really like took this song in own dead made it their own and I actually the I also really like and part of our like that. We're including this album is because I really can't tell voices apart I even I even listen to hugh a couple of songs just to see what she was about and I was like. Wow it sounds a lot like Shelby Lynne. You know like and I think that's really fun mm-hmm because then it it's sort of just feels like yeah. Yeah feels really familiar with it. Feels like they're very connected and they. They harmonize beautifully beautifully with each other and to the extent it sounds like shelby Mosey jacking ourselves. You know and I and I'm sure that there is on the Allen Takes Leon. I can't tell them Kinda love love. You know shelby when she when she performed she talks about allison a great deal and with a deep deep love calls her sissy it shows interest rely couple shows as well be she says he she shall be loves allison so much and is so proud of her and wanted to be successful so to to know that you got that from listening is exactly what they wanted to listen to get so that's awesome. Yeah and I will say that although a nominating inherent they still stand by that The thing is they're stolen incredible moment for me. Honestly the most striking one is not dark yet because melodic melodic. I keep thinking it's going to turn into the wake by band. Take alone offense like it's like that same exact car structure but not it was not yet. It's just so beautiful the way to do it. There's a little bit of kind of dark cloud hanging over the salvo but one that they built one. The day of you know created. I do like that so yeah I also just want to briefly mention. I'm looking for blue. Eyes has some of the best vocals in her career. Megani getting jazz us. God Sows Gorgeous. And that's like so many of my favourite tracks from hurry just like you know it starts and for the first minute. I'm like Mike Okay. Shelby Lynne Zong. And then she just like gets up there and sing this gorgeous and a lot of times. It doesn't even happen again. Let so many songs is I. I like absolutely love like the middle thirty seconds and then she doesn't bring that Motif back and then which sort of is perfect because then I want to listen to the song again. Feel like she does that a time where it's just like you know verse Chorus Bridge Verse. Chorus done yeah this album okay. I feel like it's a solid placement Again I think it's a gorgeous album when I was in too frequently but this ranking I think is about right on right footed. Would you feel you feel that. Feel that way he added on question. Yeah Crisis High Ryo I do. I do just don't want to denigrate his higher and I also really would want see it yourself. Max that were airing at that point. Where the thing is we look at the number five which we actually just did I say between Jodi Lindsey yourself just a little lovin and revelation relation road? I all your many my husband disagreement on this is GonNa be hard. Yes absolutely reek. Because here's a and I mean this going going into this week. I liked revelation road but this is the lethal revelation road clicked for me in a big way because I remember just feeling okay. I didn't necessarily realize that that she played every instrument on it which kind of makes it the sonic aesthetic all the more impressive but then realizing what she's doing for someone who quote don't doesn't talk about themselves all all that much to put the details that she does and the lyrics of this album is stunning is actually study. And the fact that she's able to in telling the story of growing Gov in telling the story of her drunken dad shooting their mom in front of them move. Were you know before killing himself and to put that in a song and then to also even have a song called even angels kind of the slider slightly buoyant Lucy pop number in there to make all of that. They're still work is studying to me. Everything is but the the thing about even angels. Is that like while the description you just gave it as not incorrect. The fact that it's on this album is it such such a more like depressing. Yes spin when you think about like the topic that she is covering over the course of this record word and you apply that to that song and the lyrics that it holds. It's like really like a really actually Kinda gets to me. And that sort of overshadows does any like minor hawkiness that you might have subject matter just because it's like it's such a devastating thing to cover this. This is this is about right thigh with my okay so this is gonna be really really hard to do it so here. Four Yeah Eh. Listeners wanted to mandate simply just shift the tweets right. Now they're talking about it since we're talking about it. I'm just going to go ahead and say this this is where I would put revelation ramble. I think it's great. I think the opening track is fantastic. fucking one top five bucks uh-huh but it's really really great and it it absolutely like I think it covers sonic and even melodic ground that ah you don't see a ton in her discography and I think that's part of why it stands out so much is because it's not just it's not like you know a classic country song or a classic Blue Song Long really is stepping out in his own like it feels indebted to those lineages believe absolutely stepping out into its own place and she doesn't have like so you and me style like interlude goofy ship. You know there is no shit to be found. Yeah also lead me. Love is gorgeous little like at this moment of like brevity in this very dark record is dark album. Yes like you said I mean just by alleged the title track her revealing much about herself that she finally felt play instruments producer. Myself reads it's Give prosecute because that's why it's one of my favorites of hers. I put yourself number four. I think this is a little a higher than that verse. Okay Oh sorry yeah. Let's say you're sorry seat yourself. I yeah then revelation I I'm pertile emperor Lee finally putting yourself there. That is not even a question for me psycho..

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Okay. Great all right cool so converse on economy. You know you just played out. Yeah yes altitude favored dogs. Don't really I love shelby and we're both like do I like them is I guess in. Maybe I'm I'm a little too partial immersion or stuff just as a hard time thinking best. Sure sure so I can do. I avoid Roy Moore Swell party thrown identity crisis out there is nomination. I would like to officially drove to your alibis as Snobbery Vic Grid on the sill. Oh I'm mostly fine with that. I had this like maybe two spots higher. I really like the Song Alibi. Yes that might actually actually be like. What Am I? Talk to make in my top. Three lake her vocal. Take on it. It's just cereal gorgeous. And then there's nothing else on this album that even comes close. Lover Dreamers like a nice dream Red Rains came on loser dreamers. Yeah I like I like specifically the quad wins that come in I. I think it's a really nice effect elevates the except upbeat song about depression so yeah and I will say even why didn't you call me which jumps right afterwards that song so the only she's great songs about telephone calls you've really does like crossing discography now. The thing is I love is less than two minutes gets in gets out dozens. It's just such a simple shimmied to office. It's a delicious worship Little Song Piece of candy. flipside something to be said about air streams is there it does seem back anything about the phone. It's quite sure for what right I know. And even when I interviewed her because because they interviewed around the time of this album's for this. You did too. Yeah okay what was that four. He used to write for music magazines. I forget what from publication back in Nashville Yeltsin allies so pretty cool collection that we spoke about it like she talked about. It talked about the subjects of her songs. How like it feels like heartbreakers thing that runs through her discography and she kind of talked about how ya I mean yes but she wouldn't talk about the inspirations of any of these songs and we'll get into that a little bit but she she just said I'm a private person I have a pro life and story like she cuts it off right there which is very interesting? She gets just be writing songs about airstream at one point so Zhisheng. She's probably proud of that but I don't know why because the thing is that like honestly like old number seven this kind of very low like slow whiskey ski laments that goes on like I dig it. I understand his inspirations there but ultimately the rest of this album it's fine like I enjoy a bit and glad that when she put out a record label when she's she's doing this as their own professor today. She makes a bolt swings there. But it's again as with everything under discography. Die Light parts of it. It's not my favorite. It's not the worst thing I've ever well see. I think you know like I said you know. Crisis was a complete swaying away from rob. This was a swing into her like employees owning everything about her. I think she did their job here here because it's all her. I agree alibi. Like just rips your heart out and stops on an beautiful wonderful gorgeous ways perspective. which he's writing? I respect for for her privacy talks. About what the song's about but every time I imagine. Who is she singing? That's onto thought they will not say because it's Michelle being cheap pride to leave it that way but I I just WanNa cry for her because who issue the alibi for and I agree totally ready for him. Now in such a gorgeous gorgeous you saw that I would be curious to see somebody else do a take yup even more country flavor than she did all dog on. This was very much a country song. I mean come on you know you talk dying or something. Yeah this one I would. Soundly put eve by eight or seven. Okay cool tear. What else would you have nominated in this life? I probably would have gone with. I can't imagine which again a and not a bad album just an unremarkable album for me? The big takeaways were sold. The Devil Sunshine has a really great groove especially in the second half son of a son of a gun. So you're the granddaughter grandson of a Sun what's happening son of any added in being the now I like to be in the now. It's a little jingly positive. It's not amazing. But Oh yeah yeah. It doesn't like I liked listening to it but then really paid attention to the lyrics. I was like okay. This is SORTA Hokey which is not a stance? She usually takes two. She's not using that oak and things for me. I kind of agree I black backdoor front porch. I kinda hate genuinely because drawn out chorus there but some sunshine Sunday gun and also down here because like now trae Lugos GonNa hear electric guitars like have a little bit of feeling like okay if you're gonNA do an album where it's a live band recording straight from the floor. That's the kind of I WANNA. They get on there. I get it that that song feels absolutely appropriate for what she turned cheap with that and the rest of it I I can't imagine the subtle track is kind of a little bit of a take equally from me but the rest of it. I'm just kind of like you know it's on but I don't really pay much attention to because it's all the texture on this album of other albums which have very distinct textural searle tones. That one I can imagine kind of glazed. It's just kind of one sound that she's going to hell and I do think that is partially the way that is recorded. There's a reason that you you like closely Mike. Every individual thing and do separate takes that then because the the sonics that a human in the room is going to here is not the same as what's GonNa come through the microphone to the headphones and so there's reason that mastering is such a huge part of the music industry and even Badger musicians master the individual tracks even if they don't know that that's what what they're doing is called so I think that there it. There are probably songs that I would like more. Just specific elements were raised. A little bit to like jump out and grab me kind of alleged media media instead Just being like all in this mid range what do you think about this one. I would put it under seven and now we're jumping ahead here but I read everything that you guys have sat added. It feels to me. It's almost like she's like oh it's been four years burnell obligation on again. I I I feel. What's whatever stronger? Because of all of everything she had handed all the pieces and parts that she was in control of I still place to higher than the other two idea ranking on one was the one Get some of the Gambia also wasn't didn't love front porch. which back door or whatever it's just the no probably the one I've listened to the lease is yeah so and again shelby has shelby? If you're listening to yeah so and I know that you put it anti Christ down here again. I'm not saying I'M GONNA fight for a little bit more on this one year terms ratings but if we can go with I can't imagine attention at number eight and would you feel the same about your size. Alibis number seven. Or would you have. I would flip all really output AC. Imagine Below Oh oh that's what I meant. Sorry I went to school. Those go hitless. Lock it in. I can't imagine at number eight and then tears lies number sudden. That sounds good to me. Okay that's fine. Yeah okay cool are able to like the bottom rowbottom yet for two very changeable. Yeah Yeah you know. I think we could pick a different. It's mostly yeah and one of those things where I wasn't sure because also I know there's some people that could very much feel like. Oh I can't imagine really. It has a Laurel Canyon deep sixties kind of rock folk sound that a lot of people enjoy like some people can really enjoy one of the other critics. I've worked with that. Pop matters really enjoyed it as well. which about okay cool? Whatever but yeah not my personal thing but now that leads us into a very table things where we had left is Angela Limited entity crisis? Yourself just a little love revolution rooted not dark yet. Make them you already. You already know what he wants to identity crisis. Yes one of your super number seven you you know if you guys want to hire. I needed my number seven. Is You know it's already been chosen. Yeah yeah I mean I just hard because there's a feels wrong immediate identity crisis below three. The more of these kids don't know but that's not how it works. I mean yet. I don't know I don't know I could be convinced because like I said that like the back half is is pretty weak but lose Iowa go from me up next would probably be yourself. Oh I paid a nerve with that one. Oh.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Dow is down at all like there's still a lot going on production and then from there for the most part it just kind of falls into an a- truly the title of the album identity crisis it from there and she just as sort of an even the songs I like are kind of this. She's just sorta you're trying on different hats like various different Like there's a blues song and there is a like a classic country song and there is like a sort of like almost most sixties cheese songs sort of and so it's just sort of an and even the ballots are very classic ballads structures. So while she doesn't like fail in any sense especially the second half of the record like evil man baby one with the side. They all sort of feel like you're just sort of new experiments genre experimentation and she doesn't do a ton new with them so while I would definitely evidently identity crisis higher. Personally I absolutely understand what you're saying that it doesn't like their big chunks of this album then don't do a ton for me and I think if you look at it in chronology of her career even title to me feels a little obvious because it was right after I love shelby which was her super. Poppy super overproduced super ignored for area radio attempts which I kinda liked but you're lonesome is a very very slow Biharis on your so good. That is like Patrick locked at one thing like throughout this this whole week every time. There's like three park country harmonies like sign me up on a lot of songs where I'm like. This is pretty boring. Ballot you know would have helped screaming put that on the chorus. Ib into right now and just not gonna like mostly from you. Like I feel like she was obviously trying to strike general like totally on her own and really find ourselves and I feel it was overly apparent on this. None of badly news just writing other albums for me about that and not that this is bad anyway says Sir I struggle with worst to first -nology and I can't do it right now. So you care we still listen to regularly regularly. Yes for me like I just cheated. Because she's not so adhered to Sean. And that's one of the strengths of shelby. Lynne is how like. It's a country album technically initially but it opens with this fucking really the wall sound blast of Y'all how's what takes you away and then for identity crisis it is stripped down but even would you get to like buttons and bows over. His favorite opening moves. Actually Yeah Your Mom and dad you know just just like. Here's this nice easy going. It's still loosely country in that sense to but at the same time I like that. She's trying all the things. I have a very strong affinity for identity crisis crisis so I would fight you on raking it down to slow but since we're discussing it before it gets out voting or anything else like that. I just WANNA know Taryn. Will you had dropped down. L. Number nine between two of it's hard to say because somebody already said they love this album but mine would be love shelters show on that thing is the thing about love shall we is that I actually do. I think there's a couple of really great on your there. There's she haven't put your records where I'm just like wow. This is Tiger Dodge. You know just go full jewel and go dance pop like like. I really like actually think that band is pretty great but I do think that that same court structure shows up elsewhere in her career and she does it slightly better. I do also think that pose the other one killing frick. Killing kind is fine Noga There was a single. Yeah you know on the Bridget Jones diary soundtrack or something video. She was like walking on the tips of Greece on those big fights. Eight structures in Greece. It is maybe yeah it was again produced for the masses which richly shelby's hard was like. Oh my God this is not who I am because the wall in your heart was used very prominently in the movie. Shallow Hal. She's still she's still performs pointing Polian in her concerts concert. Yeah she came out. She doesn't interesting this issue. lex On them you saw. I'll I think she would agree with you. The sheer probably rankles as they read I asked her I do. I do like The truth also if you get past the route in red which which is something when you have to get past. But I I think the outer of it almost makes me think of like Beatles Day in the life or like it's swells and become sort of cacophonous than like it's like strings and trumpets and it's pleasant but like they're sort of fighting each other I just think it's it's a sort of cacophony that you don't see anywhere else in your career so I I don't know I thought that number was really fascinating but other than that. There's just a lot of really really producing the name. Hey love show so sorry that I know your earliest accent exactly. Jesus Christ one of those things where it's just because the thing is that bill produced. I am Shelby Lynne. He was the first new produced Tuesday night Music Club. I struggle grow in a big navy. There's a big warm. Sounds like her songs. Revenge on their. The production is really opens at album up and here. She worked with Glen. Ballard who's from most famous producing jagged little pill violins morissette so such a very different style. But honestly it's like Pop to light just the limits of point where like we love pop music and it just I feel so disingenuous because I can't believe that Shelby Lynne. A writer as Shelby Linda. Right a fucking song. Like Jesus on the Greyhound. It's like so so utterly just atrociously. Obviously we're not only going to get. The contract. Forgot the cushion right on into Lincoln kind of Faux Inspirational Ballad. That have just. Can't Dan get behind and worst of all is. Trust me the opening of the album where you have this kind of like strumming Kuzyk thing and just like she does the spoken-word inch rear hope dreams and then the later loan. Let me take you to a place where truth talks back. What are you talking about shelby? My God at this new at this hour run reminds me of what American life by Madonna. How you know just like just like sort of like acoustic in early two thousands just like there's like some spoken word beds and it's just that I think I think part of why this album Bosley is not because I mean Jesus autograph hunters terrible but even though the rest of it is not? It's not a restored. It's not bad it's just that it's dated it's dated in the way that nothing else in her career is in like the production choices that are very like late nineties on I am Shelby Lynne. Still feel in that sort of like nebulous place outside of time and Genre Okuno Lake area because she and then and then later in her career and you know you have a lot of just like good solid guitar and vocal songs and that you know that could come out at any time whereas like love love shelby really really sounds like two thousand one to its detriment when compared to the rest of the discovery while we're twenty two minutes in and we don't and have a ranking as of yet so I feel like we should maybe entertain either other nominations or we should talk a little bit more because I have a strong building for identity crisis. I still understand why you put it here. I'm okay with that not be a number one necessarily. I'd just feel like there's other albums especially when you're talking about. This stripped down aesthetic of hers. I'm I'm surprised that you would pick that as Lewis did not something like tears lies and alibis. Because that's another one where I feel like. It's a good album is extremely front loaded at the same time. Yeah I love it when she gets in Lincoln. I mean I'm not necessarily nominate either just putting it out there as kind of a feeler to see other common ground because we can't go. aww But yeah well I think I probably has been established that I am kind of a democracy. I guess rewarding. So what does this fine. What what strikes you about luxury then so resident? It's also for me because I played it so much when it came out it was Islamic radio. I might make a pledge to my car because I found it. Pretty groovy too. I think you waited twenty two thousand and one sounding album and thinking about attorney for her career with a complete turning point with grammy win being hot. Yes keep going with this. Because is people like to. She wanted to give him one more pop album which I'm going to go abroad assumption. Because she wanted to further career but realized this is this is not me some Swing Opposite Direction and gone dentist crisis which again great album is just my lease leaseback best okay. So there's absolute value tutors. Absolute total merit to it. The song writing the performances in her vocal. I think is unrivalled order today to watch her. Perform no ear micro earpieces nothing. shes her singing. Never a pitch never key. I think this feels like could've in Atlanta. It sounds okay. Boy Body little spoiler alert for our listeners Before we went on Mike a native guilty senior life three times so he has has the very strong connection to where that sense of seeing these songs. I've read it review literally just a day going into a worried about someone mentioned that one of Shelby Lynne. Strength says that she never over racing's and I haven't really alike. I'm not sure if I fully agree with it but I can see why that point you'll be made I think that's another reason. Why Love Shelby bugs me a little bit? Because it's the only time I hear her overseeing ear. I agree I I hear you shout and I'd have to believe the producer and because because I know that he did Alanis and that's kind of a such a huge part of Alana's brand and so then it makes me feel like you know wall. They were in the studio. You know he would go. That was great but do it again and try just giving me a little more power behind. Do you know what I mean. And and of course as producer he has a say in which takes chose of course she has saying that too. But it's the only time you see it and so when whenever there's something something like that it's like that's the only time she worked with producer. It's easy to to blame it on that circumstance Greyhound by my one yes I I can see why there's such aversion to bury like pander Christian rights I don't think it's I think it was just so degree bears. There's a lot of WanNa talk song about. When quote mimicking air quotes for the listeners? Here Wendy's Wendy's back. What kind of the same asylum? Because we think he's as a crazy person. So there's there's a song call when we came back like that a country song if somebody there's also what if God was one of US Joan or we're back in you feel like that song would would make a great book if you wrote this Cabal. Jesus people not knowing who he is. He's a stranger who could would make things happens on the bus with your whatever the situation beam. I feel like it was a little a little pandering to get our country still underside ingenious autographs and Nathan Dunbar..

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Dow is down at all like there's still a lot going on production and then from there for the most part it just kind of falls into an a- truly the title of the album identity crisis it from there and she just as sort of an even the songs I like are kind of this. She's just sorta you're trying on different hats like various different Like there's a blues song and there is a like a classic country song and there is like a sort of like almost most sixties cheese songs sort of and so it's just sort of an and even the ballots are very classic ballads structures. So while she doesn't like fail in any sense especially the second half of the record like evil man baby one with the side. They all sort of feel like you're just sort of new experiments genre experimentation and she doesn't do a ton new with them so while I would definitely evidently identity crisis higher. Personally I absolutely understand what you're saying that it doesn't like their big chunks of this album then don't do a ton for me and I think if you look at it in chronology of her career even title to me feels a little obvious because it was right after I love shelby which was her super. Poppy super overproduced super ignored for area radio attempts which I kinda liked but you're lonesome is a very very slow Biharis on your so good. That is like Patrick locked at one thing like throughout this this whole week every time. There's like three park country harmonies like sign me up on a lot of songs where I'm like. This is pretty boring. Ballot you know would have helped screaming put that on the chorus. Ib into right now and just not gonna like mostly from you. Like I feel like she was obviously trying to strike general like totally on her own and really find ourselves and I feel it was overly apparent on this. None of badly news just writing other albums for me about that and not that this is bad anyway says Sir I struggle with worst to first -nology and I can't do it right now. So you care we still listen to regularly regularly. Yes for me like I just cheated. Because she's not so adhered to Sean. And that's one of the strengths of shelby. Lynne is how like. It's a country album technically initially but it opens with this fucking really the wall sound blast of Y'all how's what takes you away and then for identity crisis it is stripped down but even would you get to like buttons and bows over. His favorite opening moves. Actually Yeah Your Mom and dad you know just just like. Here's this nice easy going. It's still loosely country in that sense to but at the same time I like that. She's trying all the things. I have a very strong affinity for identity crisis crisis so I would fight you on raking it down to slow but since we're discussing it before it gets out voting or anything else like that. I just WANNA know Taryn. Will you had dropped down. L. Number nine between two of it's hard to say because somebody already said they love this album but mine would be love shelters show on that thing is the thing about love shall we is that I actually do. I think there's a couple of really great on your there. There's she haven't put your records where I'm just like wow. This is Tiger Dodge. You know just go full jewel and go dance pop like like. I really like actually think that band is pretty great but I do think that that same court structure shows up elsewhere in her career and she does it slightly better. I do also think that pose the other one killing frick. Killing kind is fine Noga There was a single. Yeah you know on the Bridget Jones diary soundtrack or something video. She was like walking on the tips of Greece on those big fights. Eight structures in Greece. It is maybe yeah it was again produced for the masses which richly shelby's hard was like. Oh my God this is not who I am because the wall in your heart was used very prominently in the movie. Shallow Hal. She's still she's still performs pointing Polian in her concerts concert. Yeah she came out. She doesn't interesting this issue. lex On them you saw. I'll I think she would agree with you. The sheer probably rankles as they read I asked her I do. I do like The truth also if you get past the route in red which which is something when you have to get past. But I I think the outer of it almost makes me think of like Beatles Day in the life or like it's swells and become sort of cacophonous than like it's like strings and trumpets and it's pleasant but like they're sort of fighting each other I just think it's it's a sort of cacophony that you don't see anywhere else in your career so I I don't know I thought that number was really fascinating but other than that. There's just a lot of really really producing the name. Hey love show so sorry that I know your earliest accent exactly. Jesus Christ one of those things where it's just because the thing is that bill produced. I am Shelby Lynne. He was the first new produced Tuesday night Music Club. I struggle grow in a big navy. There's a big warm. Sounds like her songs. Revenge on their. The production is really opens at album up and here. She worked with Glen. Ballard who's from most famous producing jagged little pill violins morissette so such a very different style. But honestly it's like Pop to light just the limits of point where like we love pop music and it just I feel so disingenuous because I can't believe that Shelby Lynne. A writer as Shelby Linda. Right a fucking song. Like Jesus on the Greyhound. It's like so so utterly just atrociously. Obviously we're not only going to get. The contract. Forgot the cushion right on into Lincoln kind of Faux Inspirational Ballad. That have just. Can't Dan get behind and worst of all is. Trust me the opening of the album where you have this kind of like strumming Kuzyk thing and just like she does the spoken-word inch rear hope dreams and then the later loan. Let me take you to a place where truth talks back. What are you talking about shelby? My God at this new at this hour run reminds me of what American life by Madonna. How you know just like just like sort of like acoustic in early two thousands just like there's like some spoken word beds and it's just that I think I think part of why this album Bosley is not because I mean Jesus autograph hunters terrible but even though the rest of it is not? It's not a restored. It's not bad it's just that it's dated it's dated in the way that nothing else in her career is in like the production choices that are very like late nineties on I am Shelby Lynne. Still feel in that sort of like nebulous place outside of time and Genre Okuno Lake area because she and then and then later in her career and you know you have a lot of just like good solid guitar and vocal songs and that you know that could come out at any time whereas like love love shelby really really sounds like two thousand one to its detriment when compared to the rest of the discovery while we're twenty two minutes in and we don't and have a ranking as of yet so I feel like we should maybe entertain either other nominations or we should talk a little bit more because I have a strong building for identity crisis. I still understand why you put it here. I'm okay with that not be a number one necessarily. I'd just feel like there's other albums especially when you're talking about. This stripped down aesthetic of hers. I'm I'm surprised that you would pick that as Lewis did not something like tears lies and alibis. Because that's another one where I feel like. It's a good album is extremely front loaded at the same time. Yeah I love it when she gets in Lincoln. I mean I'm not necessarily nominate either just putting it out there as kind of a feeler to see other common ground because we can't go. aww But yeah well I think I probably has been established that I am kind of a democracy. I guess rewarding. So what does this fine. What what strikes you about luxury then so resident? It's also for me because I played it so much when it came out it was Islamic radio. I might make a pledge to my car because I found it. Pretty groovy too. I think you waited twenty two thousand and one sounding album and thinking about attorney for her career with a complete turning point with grammy win being hot. Yes keep going with this. Because is people like to. She wanted to give him one more pop album which I'm going to go abroad assumption. Because she wanted to further career but realized this is this is not me some Swing Opposite Direction and gone dentist crisis which again great album is just my lease leaseback best okay. So there's absolute value tutors. Absolute total merit to it. The song writing the performances in her vocal. I think is unrivalled order today to watch her. Perform no ear micro earpieces nothing. shes her singing. Never a pitch never key. I think this feels like could've in Atlanta. It sounds okay. Boy Body little spoiler alert for our listeners Before we went on Mike a native guilty senior life three times so he has has the very strong connection to where that sense of seeing these songs. I've read it review literally just a day going into a worried about someone mentioned that one of Shelby Lynne. Strength says that she never over racing's and I haven't really alike. I'm not sure if I fully agree with it but I can see why that point you'll be made I think that's another reason. Why Love Shelby bugs me a little bit? Because it's the only time I hear her overseeing ear. I agree I I hear you shout and I'd have to believe the producer and because because I know that he did Alanis and that's kind of a such a huge part of Alana's brand and so then it makes me feel like you know wall. They were in the studio. You know he would go. That was great but do it again and try just giving me a little more power behind. Do you know what I mean. And and of course as producer he has a say in which takes chose of course she has saying that too. But it's the only time you see it and so when whenever there's something something like that it's like that's the only time she worked with producer. It's easy to to blame it on that circumstance Greyhound by my one yes I I can see why there's such aversion to bury like pander Christian rights I don't think it's I think it was just so degree bears. There's a lot of WanNa talk song about. When quote mimicking air quotes for the listeners? Here Wendy's Wendy's back. What kind of the same asylum? Because we think he's as a crazy person. So there's there's a song call when we came back like that a country song if somebody there's also what if God was one of US Joan or we're back in you feel like that song would would make a great book if you wrote this Cabal. Jesus people not knowing who he is. He's a stranger who could would make things happens on the bus with your whatever the situation beam. I feel like it was a little a little pandering to get our country still underside ingenious autographs and Nathan Dunbar..

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Musical people who take every single album arson. Reagan from worst to first is the thing that we do and we've had little guys we're continuing journey through season. Four were retained God on little idiosyncratic artists. Different things personal touches that we don't feel like when belong in a regular main fall season and as such we gon journeys and everyone who listens. He's four so far they can so much he's been extraordinarily responsible. receive so even more than that though. We wanted to try something because you know what we've been doing this. We'd have over forty seven artists that you've done so far none of them have even been close to the genre of country and the thing is that there's a lot of great pick somebody to do. I think their ideas eventually eventually mind for like a johnny cash or Dolly partner other ones to move on in the future but right now I wanted to pick one of my all time favorite artists. Someone who is country entry of at the same time is largely ignored country and his or by country radio which is very important and said we will hopefully rectify some of that today by ranking the artists of one the smoothest vocalists one of the most stylish people that we know. That's right guys. Today we are breaking the one the only the best new artist of two thousand was in for some reason. Thank you grammys. That's guys we're talking about. Shell land. This is more of your nasty. So she she yeah she doesn't really have any other alter egos right. She's not. She's not Sasha period. No I would live to see that the The Shelby Lynne. She grew up was born in Quantico Virginia and then spend a lover time growing up in Alabama of she has her sister sister Alison Moore who later went on to become a country artist as well They lost both their parents when they were teenagers. And ultimately this journey that story and Shelby Lynne. Going down and doing country country started out with the Jewish Jones. Do that went to the top fifty and then later signed to epic records from ten to let her putting out other albums but the thing is that early nineties nineties eighties country albums. Come up with a very specific type and there is a very specific style and production and very specific. You're a diva and we're going to write all the same for you or from the Nashville. SONGWRITING factory. which which she did really like? So ultimately she decided to mixing example but the smaller label put out a swing album and she's never been the biggest like country radio success story ever but but then around nineteen ninety nine. She came up with an album divinely. called I am Shelby Lynne. Kind of declare. I guess what everyone I'm here. And kinda shot her into the mainstream a little bit which led to run run of going through different labels trying different styles working the different producers at. It is epic. mccamley we're talking about it. It's finally here. Who are the people that are going to be talking about voted? Let me tell you first off. There's me thought you might know me. 'cause the editor of Pop matters. I also write for other places but more importantly guys I you know me as the host of this podcast I I really really do because you think about the podcast. And you know the person sitting next to me the pillbox L. to my shelby Lynne. That's it is -tarian arrive everyone. I hope you kept up meeting listening to the first five minutes of the episode point. Seven five speed mom can discern what just happened. I'm doing great good now. This is one where you're kind of worked through a realized that you actually I think going into this. You weren't sure if you'd heard Shelby Lynne. Before so I knew that I had heard of her her. And like you had given me a couple songs on mix CDs at various points but then yeah once I actually started listening. I realized. Oh yes absolutely. My Dad had a couple of these. He's record select. There were a few songs on here that I knew very well because they were favorites of his and so therefore of course there's a little bit of nostalgia goggles and and there's a few like like ten bucks for example. It's not necessarily like my favorite favorite song after listening to this week and hearing the whole discography. But like there's there's just so much so many memories there So yeah it was just a really fun experience to dive in and rediscover that. And here's some of the other experiments in that. She's dying talk about rape while even more than that. I'm excited to talk about it with you. But I'm most excited for our guests. I've known him for years. He is is a very good friend and most importantly we've done a lot of searching and we have absolutely found one of the top ten shelby. Lynne vans the Chicago land area. That's why guys. Please welcome to the greatest exciting new ten year. Oh yes hopefully I. Can you know rank high atop Tim. We'll see if this this podcast might move you up the rank top five by the end of this. I hope so. Get Your Life for Awhi- yeah you kind of my where her began with Shelby Lynne. Put her in the in the pop world. Tom and she put in mainstream radio with gotta get back was a very adult contemporary. Hit when it came out so it's kind of hard to begin following her She did got a couple of guests spots under the People's records. She Sing Him when he tells records so also country fan. You know ish for a while so oh about into what I think she belongs. Okay yes I'm very excited about good. Yeah yeah yeah well good fantastic. We're happy to have you mostly we're going to have of course are arbitrary ranking of her discography but the question of her discography Islamic interesting because technically she has thirteen for fourteen working albums. She's a lot about. This is what I'm trying to say especially to cut Merry Christmas or twenty ten Christmas record which we will not but most importantly again we talked about earlier kerr early career ear was very much spent as kind of like probably of the country music machine so she really doesn't start getting in some writing credits until her ninety effort restless for that in sunrise. Topple over soft soft talk and to degrade temptation in restless. They're all part of this scene where she was basically part of it grew up with it. She was always the most promising new talent in one thousand nine hundred leaves. You won the Academy of Country Music Award for most promising new vocalist or something like that and it's just like great but not translated into radio. Hits or anything else like that. She's very much into standard heard. A country voice that you've heard and so as she took the range of her career and that's why in one thousand nine hundred nine starting with. I am Shelby Lynne. She really launched herself into prominence. That's why she won the grammy for best new artist. Because while we know who you are now which is so funny because it was literally her sixth album that one that on so as for that reason we we are actually going to be talking about essentially modern shelby we will not be ranking. We've talked about this earlier beforehand route to be renting her sought albums where other people wrote songs for her. That she really doesn't like anyway. I five really. Yeah and I do still support that. It is sort of interesting though because you were the person who really wanted to do this episode and I was happy to of course and so you said that we were like great and then actually like listening this week listening to a couple of tracks from those records it was like. Oh Oh you know this sort of like more than like for example early Michael Jackson. Relax some of the other people where we've cut out there early career. I felt sort of like. Oh this does a sort of like still lend itself to that continuum of her career arc but on the other hand like a big break between the two and like so. It's it's we'll talk more about them later. There are still some like cool moments on there right. Let me think two point. Most people are just so familiar with the country albums. If we decide to rank those yeah they would understand what that meant right. So I think it's fair to start with. I'm so Vienne. Because some people begin to know who she was right right exactly and the thing is that they're still sub to talk about on those records but will get into that in a moment and also again. It's just kind of our tradition. We don't rank holiday. I'll discuss what kind of authors is are. We we don't do. We don't do Spaghetti. Novelist examined general. Come on except from the time he did Weird Al.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"Musical people who take every single album arson. Reagan from worst to first is the thing that we do and we've had little guys we're continuing journey through season. Four were retained God on little idiosyncratic artists. Different things personal touches that we don't feel like when belong in a regular main fall season and as such we gon journeys and everyone who listens. He's four so far they can so much he's been extraordinarily responsible. receive so even more than that though. We wanted to try something because you know what we've been doing this. We'd have over forty seven artists that you've done so far none of them have even been close to the genre of country and the thing is that there's a lot of great pick somebody to do. I think their ideas eventually eventually mind for like a johnny cash or Dolly partner other ones to move on in the future but right now I wanted to pick one of my all time favorite artists. Someone who is country entry of at the same time is largely ignored country and his or by country radio which is very important and said we will hopefully rectify some of that today by ranking the artists of one the smoothest vocalists one of the most stylish people that we know. That's right guys. Today we are breaking the one the only the best new artist of two thousand was in for some reason. Thank you grammys. That's guys we're talking about. Shell land. This is more of your nasty. So she she yeah she doesn't really have any other alter egos right. She's not. She's not Sasha period. No I would live to see that the The Shelby Lynne. She grew up was born in Quantico Virginia and then spend a lover time growing up in Alabama of she has her sister sister Alison Moore who later went on to become a country artist as well They lost both their parents when they were teenagers. And ultimately this journey that story and Shelby Lynne. Going down and doing country country started out with the Jewish Jones. Do that went to the top fifty and then later signed to epic records from ten to let her putting out other albums but the thing is that early nineties nineties eighties country albums. Come up with a very specific type and there is a very specific style and production and very specific. You're a diva and we're going to write all the same for you or from the Nashville. SONGWRITING factory. which which she did really like? So ultimately she decided to mixing example but the smaller label put out a swing album and she's never been the biggest like country radio success story ever but but then around nineteen ninety nine. She came up with an album divinely. called I am Shelby Lynne. Kind of declare. I guess what everyone I'm here. And kinda shot her into the mainstream a little bit which led to run run of going through different labels trying different styles working the different producers at. It is epic. mccamley we're talking about it. It's finally here. Who are the people that are going to be talking about voted? Let me tell you first off. There's me thought you might know me. 'cause the editor of Pop matters. I also write for other places but more importantly guys I you know me as the host of this podcast I I really really do because you think about the podcast. And you know the person sitting next to me the pillbox L. to my shelby Lynne. That's it is -tarian arrive everyone. I hope you kept up meeting listening to the first five minutes of the episode point. Seven five speed mom can discern what just happened. I'm doing great good now. This is one where you're kind of worked through a realized that you actually I think going into this. You weren't sure if you'd heard Shelby Lynne. Before so I knew that I had heard of her her. And like you had given me a couple songs on mix CDs at various points but then yeah once I actually started listening. I realized. Oh yes absolutely. My Dad had a couple of these. He's record select. There were a few songs on here that I knew very well because they were favorites of his and so therefore of course there's a little bit of nostalgia goggles and and there's a few like like ten bucks for example. It's not necessarily like my favorite favorite song after listening to this week and hearing the whole discography. But like there's there's just so much so many memories there So yeah it was just a really fun experience to dive in and rediscover that. And here's some of the other experiments in that. She's dying talk about rape while even more than that. I'm excited to talk about it with you. But I'm most excited for our guests. I've known him for years. He is is a very good friend and most importantly we've done a lot of searching and we have absolutely found one of the top ten shelby. Lynne vans the Chicago land area. That's why guys. Please welcome to the greatest exciting new ten year. Oh yes hopefully I. Can you know rank high atop Tim. We'll see if this this podcast might move you up the rank top five by the end of this. I hope so. Get Your Life for Awhi- yeah you kind of my where her began with Shelby Lynne. Put her in the in the pop world. Tom and she put in mainstream radio with gotta get back was a very adult contemporary. Hit when it came out so it's kind of hard to begin following her She did got a couple of guests spots under the People's records. She Sing Him when he tells records so also country fan. You know ish for a while so oh about into what I think she belongs. Okay yes I'm very excited about good. Yeah yeah yeah well good fantastic. We're happy to have you mostly we're going to have of course are arbitrary ranking of her discography but the question of her discography Islamic interesting because technically she has thirteen for fourteen working albums. She's a lot about. This is what I'm trying to say especially to cut Merry Christmas or twenty ten Christmas record which we will not but most importantly again we talked about earlier kerr early career ear was very much spent as kind of like probably of the country music machine so she really doesn't start getting in some writing credits until her ninety effort restless for that in sunrise. Topple over soft soft talk and to degrade temptation in restless. They're all part of this scene where she was basically part of it grew up with it. She was always the most promising new talent in one thousand nine hundred leaves. You won the Academy of Country Music Award for most promising new vocalist or something like that and it's just like great but not translated into radio. Hits or anything else like that. She's very much into standard heard. A country voice that you've heard and so as she took the range of her career and that's why in one thousand nine hundred nine starting with. I am Shelby Lynne. She really launched herself into prominence. That's why she won the grammy for best new artist. Because while we know who you are now which is so funny because it was literally her sixth album that one that on so as for that reason we we are actually going to be talking about essentially modern shelby we will not be ranking. We've talked about this earlier beforehand route to be renting her sought albums where other people wrote songs for her. That she really doesn't like anyway. I five really. Yeah and I do still support that. It is sort of interesting though because you were the person who really wanted to do this episode and I was happy to of course and so you said that we were like great and then actually like listening this week listening to a couple of tracks from those records it was like. Oh Oh you know this sort of like more than like for example early Michael Jackson. Relax some of the other people where we've cut out there early career. I felt sort of like. Oh this does a sort of like still lend itself to that continuum of her career arc but on the other hand like a big break between the two and like so. It's it's we'll talk more about them later. There are still some like cool moments on there right. Let me think two point. Most people are just so familiar with the country albums. If we decide to rank those yeah they would understand what that meant right. So I think it's fair to start with. I'm so Vienne. Because some people begin to know who she was right right exactly and the thing is that they're still sub to talk about on those records but will get into that in a moment and also again. It's just kind of our tradition. We don't rank holiday. I'll discuss what kind of authors is are. We we don't do. We don't do Spaghetti. Novelist examined general. Come on except from the time he did Weird Al.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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11:50 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's Alison more she's my guest this hour on all of it in a new memoir is blood as well the name of her new album release cells in your book begins with a forward from your sister the artist Shelby Lynne another really talented lady she writes of your book quote her words change my admiration forgiveness of my father into a more realistic scheme and what I need now in my world it's okay if I don't forgive Daddy for taking our mama away it is okay to feel the pain that is still very real her voice has allowed me to open my own buried pain but the most revealing an important part of me is knowing where my little sister is now I found her she is in my heart safe and sound for ever Alison what did you think when you first read those words well you know it's it's clearly they're very beautiful and I was very appreciative to hire for not only writing the forward but for reading my manuscript as soon as I was done with that I'd I shared it with her immediately when I when I knew I was finished first of all it's her life too so I felt like I needed to show it to her to make sure there was nothing in it that she was uncomfortable with and when I said earlier you know there are people who are still alive you're very much affected she's the first person I think up and really the only person I think of when I think of who do I care about what anyone thinks well I care what she thinks and you know I write a lot about her I discuss a lot of things that happened to her so I needed to make sure that that that was okay that she wrote that she was never sure where I what is is is also revealing to me and I think that that goes a long way toward the idea of people growing up in the same house but have complete having completely different experiences which is you know that's just interesting in itself but what I know now that I never really thought of before is that she's the older child and she had an experience with our parents that I did not have so that is an illuminating thing for me I never really thought of as as two separate beings who had two separate relationships but we did you write about talking about the the way you grew up differently in the way things were for you differently in the household you you write about a minor accident you had when you were going to drive and your father yelled at you but hit your sister why do you think there was the difference in the way he treated the two of you have you figure that out I think it was because she was the one of us who was more challenging to him I was very much always backing way always sort of hiding always trying to stay out of the fray and her role in the family was not that she had me you know if there were if they just you know for instance if there was something about to go down between our parents or if things got tense or the situation was heightened in in in any way she would do the opposite of what I did she would insert herself in the middle of it so I think that there was a lot of tension and animosity between the two of them and she was an easier target he did leave the view of use that you receive though sometimes was verbal he would not comment about your weight why do you think he needed to do that I think he was perpetually dissatisfied with his own self anyone who feels the need to pick apart other people often is and I know that from experience that something that you know that hyper critical since the theme it's something that I unfortunately inherited and have to work on a lot because I have the type of personality and whether this has it it I think it has a lot to do with the way I grew up and that being a child of an alcoholic gives you a horrible sense of not being in control of anything so what we do is we develop these mechanisms that make us feel like we're in control of things which you know I talk about counting in the book and on the back chewing the insides of my mouth until they bled I you know these these sort of coping mechanisms that developed as a child I would add up the letters in words or add the numbers on mile markers or whatever I could do you to feel like I was not floating away from myself essentially and I know that now I didn't understand it then of course but I see that as an adult I did that and I've been doing it for a very long time it also manifested itself in in in I and of it makes you and hyper critical and makes you hyper functional and make you hyper aware so I can walk in a room and everything can be beautiful except for one thing and I'll see the one thing right right and I doubt you know that you know something that I have to really be aware of and and work on so that I'm not just miserable about it I was worried about this idea that look for you the nature versus nurture discussion when you think about your life how much has been of you and who you are is nature via blood and then how much is really about your environment were you concerned about as you think about your parents and your dad like that that yeah you have his DNA sure and I very much do you know I think but I also talk about the notion of bringing something separate from your parents I think you know and in this is a as something that I find really interesting if you're you know you're made up a free parents your your mother and your father and so what keeps us from being exactly our mother and our father so that those two habs make a new hole but there's always something extra which makes a person a new person so you know I'm sort of fascinated about how that works not on a genetic level on a personal level what what do we what do we take from our experience and how does what we add to it affect who we are and how much do we what is it I guess it depends on the person how much were affected by nature and how much were affected by nurture it's a it's a it's a question I don't have an answer to I know that I am very much a product of my experience but I'm also a product of the experiences that I've had since my parents died now my filter is skewed because of the experiences I had as a child but as I read that passage you just read I've only I only spent my first fourteen years with my parents so I'm forty seven I've had a lot more experiences but still that filter is is what it is and it got there very early my guess is Allison Moore the name of her memoir is blood if there's an engine part in in the book when you talk about relationships and how it's difficult in the beginning part of relationships with relationship specially ones that Michael become romantic too because you want to know about you and you write about how you know that's kind of difficult for you or has been you right I took on Shane the shame of being the daughter of a murderer it made me shy it may be reluctant reticent because I didn't want to reveal it and I knew the subject of family always comes up when you're getting to know someone I was very careful about to whom I reveal my family's details I didn't want to tell it I was ashamed of what happened to my family how else has this your history whether impact has it had on your relationships on on friendships on romantic relationships I think the fear of abandonment is a huge issue for a lot of people when we are not given a safe environment when we are young I think that that burrows into less and affects everything that we do from then on it's something that we can try very hard to unlearn but I know for me it can be a daily battle and you know when you look at my story you say we'll of course she has a fear of abandonment her parents died when she was fourteen years old and laughter an orphan and you know blah blah blah and I it's I think it's safe to say that I had it before that even happens because having a sense of insecurity when you're growing up I think skews your your filter to seeing the world that way instead of the world being a safe place the world becomes an unsafe place because of what we learn at home is what we carry out into the world what was the role of music in your household music for us was everywhere I do not remember a time in my life when music was not a huge part of it we always had instruments around we always had lots of records both my parents sang and played there for my sister and I did it was just a way of life for us you observe about your dad that use out of your whole family he was the least musically talented person yeah he would drown out everyone else he break time we sing off key euro he didn't leave much room for anyone else with his noodling all over everything in what other ways did your father not leave enough room for anyone else in your family he was the type of person who when he walked into a room the air would disappear he just said that personality and that can be seen as charisma which she did have it can also be seen as well you could bad by the baseball stadium so I think that's a blessing and a curse to have that sort of personal having us so a lot of people have that in there the way they light up the room when it goes in the wrong direction it's just the wrong direction as an adult now than when you look back on your father's life how do you think mental illness factors into the story of your parents I do not know what was going on with him and maybe I'm giving him too much leeway by saying I'm fairly certain there was something going on with him besides typical alcoholism but I do know what I observed which was a lot of strange behavior and even you know sociopathic behavior in some ways so I don't think that that's just a guy a dude with a drinking problem I think that he had something else going on I don't know what but it makes me feel sorry it makes me feel compassion and makes me feel sympathy for him and you know I I've gotten some feedback.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is the lovely voice of academy and Grammy Award nominated singer songwriter Allison Moore she is a new memoir out cold blood in it Alison reveals the difficult story of her childhood one early morning mobile Alabama when Moore was fourteen she woke up to the sound of gunshots she got up put your head outside and called her mother's name and even though it's still dark and she couldn't see what it happens deep down Alison knew her father had shot her mother on their front lawn he then killed himself she and her sister Grammy winner Shelby Lynne shared more than just musical ability they both grew up in a tumultuous householder alcohol abuse and uncertainty was embedded in addition to her memoir Alice more also released a new album of the same name blood full of songs that also tell her story let's listen to a song called cold cold earth the we this family he featuring we also more joins me now via Skype from Nashville Alison welcome to all of it hi how are you I'm doing just great when did you know that you wanted to write this book.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:22 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This hour on all of it the new memoir is blood as well as any of her new album release cells in your book begins with a forward from your sister the artist Shelby Lynne another really talented lady she writes of your book quote her words change my admiration and forgiveness of my father into a more realistic scheme and one I need now in my world it's okay if I don't forgive Daddy for taking our mama away and it's okay to feel the pain that is still very real her voice has allowed me to open my own buried pain but the most revealing an important part of me is knowing where my little sister is now I found her she is in my heart safe and sound for ever Alison what did you think when you first read those words well you know it's it's clearly they're very beautiful and I was very appreciative to hire for not only writing the forward but for reading my manuscript as soon as I was done with that I I shared it with her immediately when I when I knew I was finished first of all it's her life too so I felt like I needed to show it to her to make sure there was nothing in it that she was uncomfortable with and when I said earlier you know there are people who are still alive you're very much affected she's the first person I think up and really the only person I think of when I think of who do I care about what anyone thinks well I care what she thinks and you know I write a lot about her I discuss a lot of things that happen to her so I need to make sure that that that was okay that she wrote that she was never sure where I what is is is also revealing to me and I think that that goes a long way toward the idea of people growing up in the same house but have complete having completely different experiences which is you know that's just interesting in itself but what I know now that I never really thought of before is that she's the older child and she had had an experience with our parents that I did not have so that is eliminating thing for me I never really thought of as as two separate beings who had two separate relationships but we did you write about talking about the the way you grew up differently in the way things were for you differently in the household you you write about a minor accident you had when you were going to drive and your father yelled at you but hit your sister why do you think there was the difference in the way he treated the two of you have you figure that out I think it was because she was the one of us who was more challenging to him of I was very much always backing way always sort of hiding always trying to stay out of the fray and her role in the family was not that she had me you know if there were if they just you know for instance if there was something about to go down between our parents or if things got tense or the situation was heightened in in in any way she would do the opposite of what I did she would insert herself in the middle of it so I think that there was a lot of tension and animosity between the two of them and she was an easier target he did leave the Veep abuse that you receive though sometimes was verbal he would not comment about your weight why do you think he needed to do that I think he was perpetually dissatisfied with his own self anyone who feels the need to pick apart other people often is and I know that from experience that something that you know that hyper critical since the theme it's something that I unfortunately inherited and have to work on a lot because I have the type of personality and whether this has it it I think it has a lot to do with the way I grew up and that being a child of an alcoholic gives you a horrible sense of not being in control of anything so what we do is we develop these mechanisms that make us feel like we're in control of things which you know I talk about counting in the book and talk about chewing the insides of my mouth until they bled I you know these these sort of coping mechanisms that I developed as a child I would add up the letters in words or add the numbers on mile markers or whatever I could do to feel like I was not floating away from myself essentially and I know that now I didn't understand it then of course but I see that as an adult I did that and I've been doing it for a very long time it also manifested itself in in in I and of it makes you and hyper critical and makes you hyper functional and make you hyper aware so I can walk in a room and everything can be beautiful except for one thing and I'll see the one thing right right and I doubt you know that you know something that I have to really be aware of and and work on so that I'm not just miserable about it I was worried about this idea I'd love for you the nature versus nurture discussion when you think about your life how much has been of you and who you are is nature via blood and then how much is really about your environment were you concerned about as you think about your parents and your dad like that that yeah you have his DNA sure and I very much do you know I think but I also talk about the notion of bringing something separate from your parents I think you know and in this is a as something that I find really interesting if you're you know you're made up a free parents your your mother and your father and so what keeps us from being exactly our mother and our father so that those two habs make a new hole but there's always something extra which makes a person a new person so you know I'm sort of fascinated about how that works not on a genetic level in a on a personal level what what do we what do we take from our experience and how does what we add to it affect who we are and how much do we what is it I guess it depends on the person how much were affected by nature and how much were affected by nurture it's a it's a it's a question I don't have an answer to I know that I am very much a product of my experience but I'm also a product of the experiences that I've had since my parents died now my filter is skewed because of the experiences I had as a child but as I read that passage you just read I've only I only spent my first fourteen years with my parents so I'm forty seven I've had a lot more experiences but still that filter is is what it is and it got there very early my guess is Allison Moore the name of her memoir is blood if there is an interesting part in in the book when you talk about relationships and how it's difficult when the beginning part of relationships with relationship specially ones that Michael become romantic too because you want to know about you and you write about how you know that's kind of difficult for you or has been you right I took on Shane the shame of being the daughter of a murderer it made me shy it may be reluctant reticent because I didn't want to reveal it and I knew the subject of family always comes up when you're getting to know someone I was very careful about to whom I reveal my family's details I didn't want to tell it I was ashamed of what happened to my family how else has this your history what other impact has it had on your relationships on on friendships on romantic relationships I think the fear of abandonment is a huge issue for a lot of people when we are not given a safe environment when we are young I think that that burrows into less and affects everything that we do from then on it's something that we can try very hard to unlearn but I know for me it can be a daily battle and you know when you look at my story you say we'll of course she has a fear of abandonment her parents died when she was fourteen years old and laughter an orphan and you know blah blah blah and I it's I think it's safe to say that I had it before that even happens because having a sense of insecurity when you're growing up I think skews your your filter to seeing the world that way instead of the world being a safe place the world becomes an unsafe place because of what we learn at home is what we carry out into the world what was the role of music in your household music for us was everywhere I do not remember a time in my life when music was not a huge part of it we always had instruments around we always had lots of records both my parents sang and played there for my sister and I did it was just a way of life for us you observe about your dad that use out of your whole family he was the least musically talented person yeah he would drown out everyone else he break time we sing off key euro he didn't leave much room for anyone else with his noodling all over everything in what other ways did your father not leave enough room for anyone else in your family he was the type of person who when he walked into a room the air would disappear he just said that personality and that can be seen as charisma which she did have it can also be seen as well you could bad by the baseball stadium so I think that's a blessing and a curse to have that sort of personal having this a lot of people have that in there the way they light up the room when it goes in the wrong direction it's just the wrong direction as an adult now than when you look back on your father's life how do you think mental illness factors into the story of your parents I do not know what was going on with him and maybe I'm giving him too much leeway by saying I'm fairly certain there was something going on with him besides typical alcoholism but I do you know what I observed which was a lot of strange behavior and even you know sociopathic behavior in some ways so I don't think that that just a dude with a drinking problem I think that he had something else going on I don't know what but it makes me feel sorry it makes me feel compassion and makes me feel sympathy for him and you know I I've gotten some feedback that sounded like I you know how could she possibly have compassion for her father her father was a murderer you know people have said this kind of thing to me and the only thing I can say in response to that is yes he was and I know that better than anyone but he was also mine and that just all our minds the power of the ties of family the bonds of blood and a lot of time.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A sign to calm me down a sign that I'd like to share with you today and make the subject of today's good vibes that's the moment we take on Mondays to bring you something positive to get your week off to a good start today's good vibes are a tweet from the Dalai Lama did you know the Dalai Lama has a Twitter account he does and this morning a tweet for him from him was the first thing I saw on Twitter so I'd like to share with you the Dalai Lama tweeted that the whole area sends a source of trouble is that our minds are unruly we need to affect an inner transformation to understand that love and affection are real source of joy it is important to be warm hearted rather than selfish will be less sick live longer and have more friends here and now now that is a good use of two hundred eighty characters that is the love the voice of academy and Grammy Award nominated singer songwriter Allison Moore she is a new memoir out cold blood in it Alison reveals the difficult story of her childhood one early morning mobile Alabama when Moore was fourteen she woke up to the sound of gunshots she got up put your head outside and called her mother's name and even though it's still dark and she couldn't see what it happens deep down Alison knew her father had shot her mother on their front lawn he then killed himself she and her sister Grammy winner Shelby Lynne shared more than just musical ability they both grew up in a tumultuous householder alcohol abuse and uncertainty was embedded in addition to her memoir Alice more also released a new album of the same name blood full of songs that also tell her story let's listen to a song called cold cold earth the he he he so we also more joins me now via Skype.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's on. Shelby lynne. She'll be Linda another Monday birthday celebrant. She'll be the world by storm when she released her sixth album. I am Shelby Lynne. I'm not sure. She's I'm the name the record a bunch of us who were previously unaware became instant fans upon hearing the opening track. No. Madison Pennekamp shame show. Happy birthday. All of this. Jeff Mangum 's birthday on Wednesday. Jeff Mangum of neutral milk, Otell fame. Yeah. One of my favorite living songwriter. If.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

10:08 min | 2 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That about. The apology tour. Hickenlooper calls for a presidential apology for slavery. I definitely want to get get to this. But I I I wanna chat a little bit about what got so much ink on the perspective section of the Denver post today, and it was a couple of different columns. One from me one from the head of progress now going the opposite direction and some some interesting letters. I said in my regular calling for the Denver post that a recall is a dangerous dangerous trigger to pull in Colorado. And it's dangerous because should you fail? You make you make the left very very powerful. Also, if you got to choose the target if if the weapon is going to be a recall, you better choose the right target, and you'd better choose how to implement it. I believe that's being done now in house district fifty which is Rochelle Lindos district. Then what explain that? But I wanted to talk to somebody who is there. Amy cook. I've got admit works. With me longtime friend helps me run the independence institute and she lives in Greeley. I think we have are on the line. Do we have run the line? Yeah. There we go. Maybe. Good. Go figure technology. All right. I I know you're rushing around today. I apologize for the last minute. Texting? Can you can you come on? But I. Open of the Denver post today. And I and I saw this thing is getting bigger and bigger. In fact, Ian silvery who is the head of progress. Now says that the people behind Colorado's recall efforts are bigots, and I've known you for a long time, and you are one of the largest big, it's I've ever known your very hateful woman. And I wanted to know why you favor recalling the house district Representative from your district, and it has to be bigotry because I can't think of anything else. Well, it's funny that the left is using bigotry hatred for Shelby Lynne does the current house. Read the state she's being recalled. She says I'm being recalled for one. I am while. Okay. What you are terrible Representative of house district. Fifty and me say that. Of course, I do. But I am here is there is a lot of outrage in house district. Fifty I got two women in particular are very vocal about this before we get into that before we get into that give me give me a quick description of her district because I think I think that would be very helpful to this discussion that this district isn't your usual boulder. Ask urban suburban district this. This is a district that you have been proud to live in an you. Tell me a at nauseam. Girl. I it's my hometown. House district. Is one of the districts that was supposedly made competitive, and it's actually kind of a democrat plus. Like two percentage points, maybe four percentage point district. It is really garden city and Evans when you are. Blink collar. I actually are. This. This is visit Broomfield Lafayette superior. And this is this is this is a town where people get their hands dirty. Exactly, I mean. Salt of the earth people in in Franklin. We don't beforehand. Or anything? We just want to be left alone. Are also encompasses the university of northern Colorado. But but also. Agriculture for those. You don't know what the short term is and oil and gas. That's that's what we are what we don't run from it. We embrace it. And we don't we don't expect anybody else to necessarily like to. But we don't want anybody coming in and telling us how to run our business. Okay. Let me switch. Let me switch gears. I told you that one side of today's newspaper. Ian, so very says that you you people who are recalling. This woman are bigoted because she's gay because apparently that matters somehow and then on the pay of the house at a to'real page. The Denver post asked us to drop the hysterics on oil and gas reform, they make it very clear that there is not going to be a moratorium on oil and gas development, and that that people are overreacting to Senate Bill one eighty one the the new as as the media's putting it local control of oil and gas you say oil and gas is an important factor. In your community, one eighty one. According to the Denver post is is not an oil and gas killer. It's not a moratorium. Stop the hysterics. Forgive me. If I don't take advice of the general post editorial page when it comes to energy development, considering they have favored every single mandate on unreliable power saying it wouldn't drive up the cost of trysofi yet. It still does. So I'm not really gonna take the word of the Denver post editorial page. Who are the people in Greeley the folks who are saying of? Yeah. But put our house because my husband doesn't know his job is gonna last. That the company that tells of county commissioners. Yeah. Because of regulatory uncertain. One eighty one I have invited people to come up to weld county. And don't they really take us up on it? This is our livelihood. This is our home our friends. Our families win the ripple effect has something told me he goes, I I pay held it. If people in this community are leaving or can't afford gather house painted. Yes. What? I don't have any more. Really the Denver post workforce. So let me ask you this recall of Rochelle Galindo who has voted for the trend sexual education Bill who has voted for the national popular vote. Compact who voted for the red flag Bill. Why are you part of an effort? Why are you supporting the effort to recall her it must be those things, right? Yeah. And because because we care she's gay cares. He's gay. Yeah. Nobody cares for she chooses to spend time with I mean, nobody because I'll play, but the one that does that we do care that you didn't spend her time with was listening to the work in oil and gas listening to the workers that had that that the ancillary services work boiling gas. Today. Me take a quick take a quick breather. And I know there's a lot of frustration about the way Colorado is moving, and I think what the folks in congruity are doing is trying to respond to that. We'll get back. I want you to answer one. If people wanna help what is it? They can do why if you don't live in Greeley, you should give a damn about this issue and three I really want to get into this whole thing of recall is an atomic weapon. It is a big issue. The liberals on the Denver post today argued that was never meant to be used for this because you just disagree with their viewpoint, and therefore you should wait a year and then voted out of office. Amy Oliver cook is with me, she is the executive vice president of the independence institute. But in this world, she loves her hometown of Greeley, and she thinks people are going to lose their jobs. Let's get into that. After this three or three seven one three eight five five. Seven one three talk. I'm John Kelly. Eric it right here. You're on six thirty K. How Blue Cross Lucille believes everyone should have access to healthcare. That's why are companies are investing community by community.

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"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"shelby lynne" Discussed on The Chartographers

"And then for some reason we decided that that the state of how the episode that were in a season. And as we mentioned this season really took a lot of effort, and, you know, thank you so much for spending all the time editing. It evan. I really appreciate how much work you put into this. But yeah, we are getting married in twenty nineteen. So we're going to take Bray wrote a podcast episode. Well, we're like planning like, oh step mom needs to hotel room or something like that. That's just deal with right? Although this cake is sell. We'll probably be coming back in late twenty nineteen with shorter season like five or to Susan. Yeah. And because it's a five artists because it's a small season. I think we wanna do it like personal weird shit. You know, like a couple of things that we know we wanna do tarintino soundtracks. If you like it'd be great fun episode in have Dave Koubek on for that from our Custer episode. Then I really wanna do my favorite k pop group Brown eyed girls fantastic, by the way, I said it to dig into that. So yeah, that will be very interesting revealing we still don't have guessed for that. But will you figured out? Exactly. I wanna do a Shelby Lynne one of my favorite country. Singers of all time, I wanna do Butch Walker. One of my favorite Robert is of all time to who is also like he's not quite Greg Kirsten, but he has produced for a lot of big name including and I'll. Also an ever Levin. Just great artists and swift right yet, actually true. Yes. He did that you're at your song with her. You got the maybe. And then I think we're going to do Attala or something else. We were talking about right soppe. Finally fucking workshop. So yeah. Or juggling Eski solo albums. Yeah. Yeah. What are your favorite podcast this year? My favorite podcasts. Yeah. Slower. I don't know slow-burning. I think it's the I think it's the slate. Want about the first season was about the Watergate scandal about the Clinton impeachment scandal. Yes. So if somebody list, yeah, yeah, I've been I have a list, it's real list. It is I got like a dozen podcast two dozen podcasts. Thirty six castes actually, thirty six podcasts in my feet right now. Done by very fancy famous people. And also the talker. I. I mean, but it's like, my it's we are not fancy famous. That's true. We also have to ask you on a grant. But I was going to segue into a compliment. In that like in that. I don't you know, just have been my feed. My friends podcasts guy does thing basement. Listen to podcasts out of pity. Listen because you actually give you know, what we have because making content. Yeah, why you know, read it didn't think we worse than. Just fine. Well, some people liked us people like us. Yeah. See theon liked. Yeah. So any others that this is a lovely podcast is beautiful. I always learn things every time even artists that I know really well artists that I don't know. Really? Well, I learned I learned everytime. I mean, that's true of us to like, I learned things about gut. Stor. I didn't think they were more for me to learn about Gus turn blend. I was. Nearly guests usually superfan. But both times you and I were coming in sometimes like from scratch or with the basis we have to dive into full heart again. So the fact that you, and I have done Forty-five episodes altogether. Forty five artists like we dug into some late so much a lot of our is love discography. You did Bjork gun. Dammit, you and did. York 'cause they're God. She's good. Yeah. Except well, maybe I three. But. Let's be stepping said we are going to take a break. So I hope that there's an episode that you haven't listened to go back and listen to it. If you want to always say, please if you want to go ahead throw a rating items because it helps people see the show. It does work. It does happen. All you have done it. And I appreciate that. If you have a thought for us also pleased the dog versa mill dot com or messages on getting Email. We have quite a few emails now. Great, exactly. And I love when that happened. So just let us know. Yeah. We're going to take a good break. But we will be back that is guaranteed and hopefully next to attorneys episode junkies..

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