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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:04 min | 3 months ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Read. A story needs to be a lot of rollers walks into quiet everybody. Welcome to another edition of the rock and Roll Librarian With me Christian Swain. The Rock and roll archaeologist. Here is the one the only the world heavyweight champion actually much more heavy much more lightweight. I guess well world lightweight champion middleweight. You mean they may be Bantam. May Be back in the World Bantamweight Champion of rock and Roll Librarians. Shelly Sorenson. Hey how you doing? I coach somebody now. Yeah well you should have about some smack in you do some W. w. e. smack. I'm sorry you can't do that. That's why I'm a lightweight. Oh yeah okay all right. We don't want you to get too far out of your comfort zone. Yeah all right so this is kind of a bit of a continuation for something that we started with another Pantheon. Podcast host. Let it rolls. Nate Wilcox Shelley and I were on. Nate's show here to talk about Well Celli tell us what we talked about. We talked about this book. I have here in front of me which I'm going to dive into much deeper today. That's right it's called. No one here gets out alive which I always want to say. No one gets out of here alive so I have a problem with the title already. Anyway you don't like the poetic license of Doan here here gets out alive lows much better. It's the biography of Jim. Morrison the doors as told by his young plucky. Assistant Danny sugarman. Yes and a rolling stone writer Jerry Hopkins who brought the credibility in the bud. Typing chops his typist. No I don't think he'd appreciate that. I know But you know what I mean. So yeah him in Danny together Dan. Danny's a firsthand experiences of Working from the doors from a very young age And seeing all of the rock and roll mayhem In disturbances in just plain wacky doodle craziness that occurred with. Mr Morrison in his Short twenty-seven years on this planet Yeah and when you say young than and people know that day at Twelve Oh us twelve twelve when he started working for them opening fan mail. Yeah I wish I could get that job and I don't think I would have been a safe job for me anyway. Yeah so you know. It's certainly an interestingly written book I would say yeah And we will dive into it but let's Let's give everybody a flavor of Mr Morrison and of course You know The band the doors At consisting of robby. Krieger Guitar John. Dinsmore on drums. And the man who needs no introduction the backbone of the the act of Raymond Ceric yes. That's how you say his name by the way man's Rick Manzarek. Yeah okay. Yeah or man's Eric. I guess some people but I always I. I was always taught. It was man's Eric. I'd like to hear him. Say it though. Well that's not gonNA happen. 'cause he's dead. Yeah I'm sure I could find something on Youtube pure young. Well what what is it that to me? That's always the test is how do you of course go right? So let's get into it and start with a song. Just one's pretty well known it may not be their most famous and we'll get to those in a bit but it definitely Puts them on the map from the first album. Led US here little love back door man by the doors.

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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Nate Wilcox and today I've got the distinct pleasure been joined by two of my colleagues in the Pantheon podcasting network. We've got the rock and Roll Librarian. Shelly Sorenson in Christian Swain the major Domo of the whole network and the rocket archaeologist. Welcome thank state and today we're GonNa talk about a classic of Rock Literature. No one here gets out alive by Jerry. Hopkins and Danny sugarman bother. Were deceased so. This is a perfect way to cover a real cornerstone of rock music literature. When we don't have the authors to go to so thanks so much for coming on and helping us discuss Jim Morrison and the doors. I love that we get to make up whatever we want. Because there's no dispute from the author's well you know some people say that Danny sugarman and Jerry Hopkins did just that is by FIA of their dead former acquaintance in tournaments case former client. But we'll get to that at the end. Let's just jump right in there. I mean this is a biography of a Jim Morrison Came out in nineteen eighty two. I believe about eleven years after he died was an enormous bestseller. I mean this was an the racks at the airports at seven. Elevens this was a trade paperback. It had a picture of Jim. Morrison not from nineteen sixty seven shirtless and beautiful. Just immortal at triggered rolling stone cover story said he's hot. He sexy he's dead. And kind of triggered the whole sixties revival that was a big pop culture factor in the eighties. What was it about mid sixties? La that made it such a great place to launch a rock career shelley. Well you know at that time. An La was big of course a big TV and movie capital and was increasingly becoming news capitol as well and at that time in nineteen sixty four Jim Started Jim. Morrison started studies at the UCLA film school and this was what they called the professors called the Golden Age of film at Ucla and and in Los Angeles the Faculty included top directors. And the students.

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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:51 min | 4 months ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So much information you you need a lot of time to go over the just the basic beginnings of the blues. You need a lot of time because there's so much information that's important to that story and you can't leave it out and we did episodes along the way about aren be in the seventies and we actually got a comment recently from somebody who just discovered the podcast over on our website. And I just. It's cool to see people posting there. I think it underlines the fact that you guys are listening we don't get phone calls with requests or anything like that but we love hearing you. One of the first suggestions we got from the audience was to do an episode about Chuck Berry. We did that in our first year. Not that we won't do more. That Chuck Berry episode was a lot of fun because we got to explore areas that I did not know about Chuck Berry but to be able to talk about his importance in rock and roll mixed. With how absolutely insane he was was a lot of fun. But then if you listen to his music you understand. It may be a little bit more because you realize or you you sort of get the crazier. You have a feeler an idea for the crazy behind the music. Well along the way aside from Aspera Djing Chuck. We also did our first episode of what we call five. Favorites was the American. Your five favorite American singers of the sixties and we had a lot of foam. That's where we discovered our mutual love of both Marvin and Aretha and then we also did one for British guitarist of the seventies and there were other ones the right up until the last couple of weeks. We do five favorites regularly. You know somebody said to me. We should just do that as a podcast. Maybe we shou. They were here at one year and anything can happen in year. Two you know and you know what was another fun. Episode was was dissecting Quadrophenia as well as dissecting. Frampton comes alive. Those were to really important albums in the whole big rock and roll family tree and two albums that we both amazing albums it our first year we took our first look into heavy metal and a look in the John Lennon's lost weekend. That was fine. That was really fun. I got to tell you my buddy. Show Burke Just hit me up with something I've got into my dropbox I get it. Get it over to you. It's an album that Harry Nilsson and John Lennon made in the heights of the Hollywood vampires drinking like when they were really drunk all the time. It's there's some of its stunningly. Good in some of it but I gotta get it to you. I would love to hear the PUSSYCAT. I'll get a copy over to. I had not heard this record before Just a week or two ago. So there ain't GonNa rock and roll happens. Sometimes you have to wait a long time to get something makes you go and the craziness of Lennon's lost weekend that turned into eighteen months. I mean I had no idea about this really because it again as I was too young to really know about any of this in these types of things weren't really covered in the media at that time all we knew about it was an occasional black and white photo in rolling stone or something like that. That's all you ever heard or saw about. To tell you the truth you know but we covered it and that was a fun episode. Does guys could drink. Lehrer pitches alive. They really were and they. They just the coolest ever pat going on drink together. There will be no livers left standing on that one so woodstock hits fifty the original woodstock. So what do we do? We take a look at all. Four of them and The one that got away which every there's only three but we also covered the one that got away here in Twenty Nine Thousand Nine to celebrate the fiftieth. Then because we've been talking about Jimmy since the minute we talked about doing this podcast. We sat down to talk about Jimi Hendrix. And I think the conversation went on for like an hour and a half two almost two hours and we like to give you guys a little more compact time. Listen so you don't have to spend like you know twenty minutes hearing the end of an episode before you go into work when you're driving and stuff. I know where people are listening. Well wherever you're listening we try to get to about thirty five forty five minutes for you. So it's not too long so that's why we cut it in half and made it a two parter right then. Something I think is probably monumental in the history of our podcast We met these two guys named Peter and Christian at Pantheon podcasts and we got to talk with them and we made our debut on the network on September. Twenty third two thousand nineteen. And that's what we released the seventieth birthday episode about that kid from freehold on Bruce's seventieth. He was pretty cool to make that all work together and tied together for our podcast. Yeah we really enjoyed Are working with a Pantheon. Podcasts are great dudes. They have a lot of music. Podcasts ON THE NETWORK. We've learned a little bit about music listening to some of their podcasts. I've enjoyed the rock and roll librarian. Shelly Sorenson she's well read. Martin Popoff who's written some great books about metal over the years does a really cool podcast so there are a lot of really fun. Podcast that you should check out if you like music podcasts. On the Pantheon Music Network Antion podcast is has been doing some great work in the last few months to and a lot of these podcasts. On Pantheon some of them are only bad as older. A little older than us The Rock and roll archaeology projects been going on for awhile but they put out an episode every so often. But now all these other podcasts on Pantheon and just a big high five or fist-bump or an elbow Robert everyone to give to Peter Very early and Christian Swayne who is rock and roll archaeologist and we WANNA thank them for getting us on the Pantheon so that made some things happen. And that's why a lot of you found us by the way I think as because they put us onto all these APPs that we hadn't heard of before and we're out there on all kinds of places in it's really interesting to see people listening to us in countries like Slovenia. We're we're apparently pretty popular. We've got we've got. We're hitting double figures in like Turkey all kinds of place train. We're doing really well. Spain Italy France. We've had some good good moments but we thank everybody who tunes in wherever you are however you find is bogus Columbia. We're just happy to have you listening to the podcast. Thank you for liking rock and roll and we feel like even though we're at the end of our first year were really really just getting started. So we'll come back and wrap things up but before we do that. We got to take the pause that refreshes with our sponsors crooked. I I know when I'm thirsty. I head to the heart of hamper and go see my friends at crooked eye brewery. I want to thank Paul. And the whole gang for their support for our podcast. It's been great. Yeah when you WANNA taste the freshest most creative brews in the Bucks Mont go to Crooked Eye at York road a Montgomery right there in the heart of Hafbro pouring the cure for what ails you. Since two thousand fourteen the crooked eye crew makes every single night fund. Hey you can keep up with the live entertainment on the breweries facebook page. That's the best way to know what's happening there including their free Tuesday nights blues jam which is taken off. The home brewers club and my partner in crime raise vinyl nights which are the third Wednesday of the month as brewers me and live music. All the time including the crooked eye band is always good. Fun To be had a new friend to be made at crooked eye and we wanNA thank them as always for their support of what we do on this crazy. Imbalanced podcast when you need a fresh tasty brew head to burrow and make it crooked eye..

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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:28 min | 7 months ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Meet that challenge. Coach three hundred. Three hundred is a movie. One of unreleased Zack Snyder. Movie Movie. Three hundred is a perfect score and bowling and three hundred is also the number of official episodes. That I've sent out of settling Bruce. The reality is the amount of episodes that have come out is a much higher higher number. If I look at the platform I use to publish the episodes there have been about about four hundred and fifty something episodes that I've sent out from settlers bruce but that includes beside episodes that includes is the forty days of springsteen episodes that I did that at that point I did not count them as regular episodes. It's when I've had bonus episodes when I started this thing. I was not very consistent in numbering. Because who thought that anyone would care about how many episodes A silly little podcast is done but it turns out. I do care because this is a big part of my life so so. Starting at the beginning of this year I started consistently numbering the episodes and if I did a middle episode I did you know a or or be so anyway. I've reached three hundred. And that is I. Think a decent accomplishment in two two thousand nineteen alone I have had so many people joining me including Shelly Sorenson. The Rock Enroll Iberian I've had DJ. Nick I've had Peter CSONKA on multiple times Kerry put slow. Hello Stephanie Veal. Finally had Paul Hager on the phone. Lisa cone twice To the moon and back writer of her book Doc Music talks was debuted this year and I was glad to help Terry Smith Start off that we. We had our big We had the Dutch. Ah Courtney Cox Liz on the phone. Caroline Madden talked about her upcoming book. I'm excited that we had the writer Joyce Millman on and also Ruth Bradley Where are the grownups her wonderful wonderful novel or I'm Sorry Book Always WanNa call it a novel and it's not a Catholic McGowan talked about the Toronto Film Festival Jeff? Calloway joined me when we talked. Talked about country music. We had Sam whisker from rock in the suburbs. podcast of really a huge amount of people. And let's not forget our big Bruce springsteen seventieth birthday celebration where we had over seventy fans since Send Invoice messages to wish the Bruce the boss A Happy Seventieth. So I've got more stuff stuff planned I don't plan to stop this I'm hoping twenty twenty will not only include a lot of episodes about The same thing where we talk to fans from around the world. But I'm also hoping that we get some O- well. How do we put this concert reviews and not just old archive concerts but new show reviews crossing my fingers I'm for now. This is a gratitude post for you listening. And letting me get the three hundred episodes settling settling bruce. It is greatly appreciated. I am always thankful and appreciative of all the support. Tell me what you think. If you have a favorite episode over the past years Let me know settling Bruce Gmail.com and for now thank you so much keep hope alive five. And let's hopefully shoe for three hundred more. That makes me tired just thinking about it..

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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hi, this is Hal Blaine. And you're listening to the rock and roll archaeology project on library bookstore around here on. Post on. Police chief read this read. This is a story leads to be used lot rollers walks into. Ps. Welcome to another edition of the rock and roll librarian with us today. Special guest the soon to be retiring official library in Shelley Sorenson. But I I'm not retiring from the rock and roll library. No, you're becoming the official full-time rock and roll library. Your your retiring from the official San Francisco public library paid gig is. Yeah, civil service job civil service. Joe? Yes. I put were thought of is like, you know, a a, you know, a qualified professionally, you know, something to be proud of. Yeah. It's done. Now. You're just suck enough. The government t. Hey. It's a fine pursuit. It's I have a calling everybody who works in libraries public libraries has a calling. So yes there service. I think right. Yeah. That's right. Actually, it saw that movie the public that Emilio Estevez a wrote and produced it's quite good. It's about a public library. I think in Cincinnati and the homeless situation that putting you know, really impacts public library. So I I recommend it. I'd say thumbs up everybody. Hey, well, we're gonna get a couple of recommendations today. So well, so what's been going on? What's the what's life like these days? Oh, it's pretty good. Pretty good. How to still sang in my band, and what's the name of the band again. It's called Pacific foot. Lying is. Right. We we play mostly in Pacifica, California, where we're sitting right now, you guys don't venture out of Pacifica. Too much now at present very very local at present. Yes, we have a niche. Yeah. Your ruling Pacifica. Yeah. And the rain finally stopped for a little while anyway, and where we've been talking about that while especially in deeper, Dixon rock. You know, we we had a very wet winter here in northern California. We did. But it's good. It's a good thing. It was. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the last thing we need is drought now. No. I think we're officially done with the drought. Well for now. Yeah. Yeah. Michael. All right. All right. So what do you got teed up for us today? One is the what are we talking about? Who's it? We're talking about we're talking about a Retha. Yeah. Yeah. The only the one. Wayne of Seoul, the recently dearly. Departed Aretha, France. Yeah. So you know, we we decided that we needed to do something to honor her and who best then Shelly Sorenson are very unroll. I brain our very own Queen of soul. So we came up with a book actually, this is a second book for us here at pantheon podcasts for our friend Meredith Oakes. Let's write two books went off there. Yeah. Yeah. I interviewed Meredith a couple months ago, a specifically about her book rock and roll woman, the fifty fiercest female rockers. And I think she mentioned that she was finishing up this book at the time. Well, that's right. And that's how and that's how you got it. I was listening to the podcast of your interview with her. And then you said what are you working on next? And she said this book about Aretha Franklin is coming out. And you said when and she said, well, actually, it's already out. I went whoa. My head exploded like a book a new book about Aretha Franklin who just passed away literally. And in those within weeks. So. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sad to see her go. But boy, did she leave a legacy. Definitely. Yeah. And I always always from the time. I was a teenager. Ben totally a big fan of a Retha. And there's a quote in the book that she's the reason why women wanted to sing. And it's for me. That was true. You know, of course, nobody can saying like her and sometimes it's daunting to have her be some, you know, kind of a light to go toward but just picking up even a tiny bit of what she does is. As you know, I think enhanced his anybody's vocal stylings and work ethic and all that stuff. I just always wanted to sing like a wreath. And of course, they can't. But you know, I try to bring as much soul into my singing as possible. And I think that's been you know, this good for me. It's fun to try anyway. Well, you can't find a finer voice to aspire to be so and just in case there is anybody listening who does not know what we're talking about. Let's give them a a little bit of a sample here to start the show. Let's play chain of fools.

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"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"shelly sorenson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hi i'm robert hilburn in you're listening to rock and roll archaeology have a great day as a library of books around here naked both on police truth this one on that read this is a story leads to be to ease lot rollers walks and to why peace hey diggers it is christian swain the rock and roll archaeologist here today with another addition of the rock and roll library in yes we know it's been awhile but we've finally i think our rock and roll library in had gone missing that's it was she was launched yes like malania she was lost but has now been found so yes with us today is of course shelly sorenson how you doing shelly and i'm okay how are you i'm doing pretty darn good i'm doing pretty darn good so where have you been what's been going on well i've been singing with all right yeah you're busy and other artistic pursuits yes it's way fun oh great time yes yeah i think it's it's my fault isn't it yeah you introduced us me to a friend of yours who has a band dade lost their singer and now i'm her and now i pay for it it's right well the diggers are paying for it because come on they really loved the rock and roll iberian we hear about it all the time so it's good to have you back we know we've got a couple of books come in here pretty quickly so folks i don't think you're gonna go missing again right now you have me tethered a new book ready right right okay well hey let's get into it so what do you got on the docket today well i i read a very interesting book it was sent to me by our friends at dicaprio pratt oh yes yes address with books yeah yeah i did their one of their books about the replacements triple voice right that's it great one so the one i read recently jones book i want them to send us the steve jones book yes would you wanna do that sure do you know who that is no steve jones guitar player from the sex pistols okay anyway i think i okay this is the book i read is called hit so hard a memoir by patty chamo and patty chamo was the drummer of courtney love's band hole oh the original drummer yes oh yeah yeah yeah yeah back oh oh yeah wow gosh she's banned yeah yeah they the the grungiest of the grunge yes as our although a lot of people are going to be upset i said that because they there's plenty of great grungy bands so but but whole courtney of course you know became a big star you know and she came from whole and you know we'll we'll get into all of that but i i'm gonna play their biggest hit for everybody called celebrity skin oh make me i wanna be doc instead he look.

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