9 Burst results for "Shepherd And Studios"

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"So we jump into the rolls royce. That was done on location in portugal and then when we go over the bridge in portugal we carried on in the studio pinewood studios so the fights house. Hydro draco office was down first before we go to portugal and We had little rehearsal for the camera. We had a rehearsal for pizza then We did the little shuffle. A little little scuffle it'll pushing and shoving. If i may say so y- you can edit this yes or no. George hit cheech on the chin and she's a guy played by urban allen. Yeah so chase you gave out of big scream and run off the set. So joy looks at me and i thought well. I'm pleased as he got it instead of meat. They went so on on franklin. St they run up to see off the set sought. She brought him back in georgia. The he didn't speak to each of the rest of the film like sound funny. But at the time it was an old part of filmmaking steph he makes peter hunt there and you've mentioned a couple times talk a little bit more about working with him because he's i'd just love his work so well if i can tell you in my own words yeah sure. I have an audition whole the film and the catch into writer each toll my agent he said. Well we like terry. Let him come to pinewood studios and meet. I made harry's always been a memoir decide on the who we wanna use for the film. So i wanted to apply so jones leach they took me into. Cpa's mckesson do right to dawson. Level and harry. Saltzman peterson terry. You said i seen your resume would you. You've done on the cash inert cherry peter. I think terry's ideal for rafael so again. He said fine. He said. I've got other people to see so peterson. Leave it with me terry. And we'll see what we can do. You see you. You look terrific you you do. Engine and I suppose great. So we'd laser. I got a call on the said. They wanted to give me a a ten week. Contract eighty five pound a week. He's sought input locations in portugal switzerland. I couldn't believe my luck. I couldn't believe my luck. And they were all. I met peter. Hunt matt harry solve. I've met harry sullivan before on that thing when he was He was casting funeral umbrella. And so i've met him a couple of years before that. So when you when you know these people you see these people they nod. And anyway peter hunt was. I liked his director. He would talk to you about the character. He loved the business. You love people in it. Ed time for everybody and it's something that you want to put it into a scene. Peter would say okay. Let me see. Let me say so. Goes a couple of little things. Lie put in which he would she gnawed allies but he was a an actor director and so lucky to work with him with him in malo private. I about four or five years later in shepherd's studios e cast me personally to play a hit man but a great director super director super human being. That's great to hear a couple of things you added that he liked. Peter hunt like he did. Some editing of karl. Yeah yeah yeah sure when. We drove double o seven to drako's office. The rolls royce stopped. I li- germantown. I said cal roundly. Rama's side of the dole juicing case bottom pushes me away satirically. And let's see it..

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater

"You reached out to me to talk about it Tell me about what about this Movie touch you so then speaks to you. You're so yeah louis favor of mine. I don't know how many years now can't grow up watching it but i think probably in my late teens early twenties watched and i love. I mean there's so many aspects of It's a i love the theme of the value and the impact of the individual and like the be influenced that one person can have on the world on so many Storytelling just like so tight and lake. Everything becomes relevant at some point and granted. I was like jotting down notes as i watched realizing like. Oh thank these details It's just great characters great writing Great themes And i kept like being pressed by just specific scenes and different Plot threads out And yet as you said you see kind of device used. I feel like it's almost become a cliche and i know definitely seen it used to like different like the tv shows christmas specials and things like that and pretty sure like they're spoofing off of this. I think where i'm from. yeah Yeah i definitely want to get into those specifics to 'cause obviously i don't really want to blunt the booby from beginning to end. But i do want to talk about the new ones. Specifics of this movie Obviously utilizing those notes that you took. And i know i took when i watched recently and kind of looked at it again which was funny because you'd think a classic like this. I watch every year. i don't watch every year. i catch one of those movies that you are surfing. Sometimes you catch and you can't help but look on in and watch Last time i will. I watched it actually. The last night alexa straight through was three years ago. Right after i directed Of radio play version of it for the company of saugus which we talked about on our episode Inside the shepherd studios. And this i will say. This movie means a lot bore to me than i think i've let on in the past. It's a good story a great great performances great characters great heart warming but to me. If does hit a lot of really nice moments of the nice things. And i think in a.

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony toledo and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things very right in saying that the greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion marc mcclure who is jimmy olsen. In superman movies talks about a standout moment shooting and flying with christopher reeve. I remember when we did the first superman movie. It was all london crew supergirl in london. And we did. The superman fill all in london. A pinewood studios shepperton. These guys were just kind of making it up at the time. I mean it was one of those where it was you know. How are we gonna get away with this. And i remember the first day i left california and went to london. Put me in a car from the airport. I went to shepherding studios. And i walked into huge sound stage and they were just doing the shot with the promo of superman where he flies through. The fortress of solitude flies by i walked in the first thing i see. Everybody starts clapping. That was the moment. They realize we're going to be able to do this. And just in my life man. I tell you when i'm grateful i'm grateful person and i've been in some moments where it's like without knowing in at the time you know you're somewhere right now and that was one of them. That's one thing that i could. Because i don't remember too much. I remember that. And i remember it because it actually meant something else. I it really. It was the start of something that brought us to where we are today. Really you have. You had flying moment with chris. Yeah one of the greatest moments in that particular thing with christopher even we're up on Up on the wires above the sound stage. And i think it was the hoover dam sequence any kind of asked me at that time if i could just try to be like jimmy. Try to act like jimmy. Because i'm up there and we're rambling and i'm rambling you know i'm just a kid from california you know and and i'm just having a good time and chris has got a big responsibility and while we were up there said if you can just help me out by being jimmy and from that moment on i gave. Jimmy was such a gift for him to do that for me. Tell you look for superman wherever you get your content digital or otherwise for bite. This is tony talada..

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony toledo and so parenting an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer when you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things very right in saying that the greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion marc mcclure who is jimmy olsen. In superman movies talks about a standout moment shooting and flying with christopher reeve. I remember when we did the first superman movie. It was all london crew supergirl in london. And we did. The superman fill all in london. A pinewood studios shepperton. These guys were just kind of making it up at the time. I mean it was one of those where it was you know. How are we gonna get away with this. And i remember the first day i left california and went to london. Put me in a car from the airport. I went to shepherding studios. And i walked into huge sound stage and they were just doing the shot with the promo of superman where he flies through. The fortress of solitude flies by i walked in the first thing i see. Everybody starts clapping. That was the moment. They realize we're going to be able to do this. And just in my life man. I tell you when i'm grateful i'm grateful person and i've been in some moments where it's like without knowing in at the time you know you're somewhere right now and that was one of them. That's one thing that i could. Because i don't remember too much. I remember that. And i remember it because it actually meant something else. I it really. It was the start of something that brought us to where we are today. Really you have. You had flying moment with chris. Yeah one of the greatest moments in that particular thing I remember with christopher. Even we're up on Up on the wires above the sound stage. And i think it was the hoover dam sequence any kind of asked me at that time if i could just try to be like jimmy. Try to act like jimmy. Because i'm up there and we're rambling and i'm rambling you know i'm just a kid from california you know and and i'm just having a good time and chris has got a big responsibility and while we were up there he said if you can just help me out by being jimmy and from that moment on i gave. Jimmy was such a gift for him to do that for me. Tell you what to look for superman wherever you get your content digital or otherwise for bite. This is tony talada..

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Household Name

"Steve Jobs was a kind of mercurial dictator to a couple of days later, he called Steve hate him back with a request that seemed unreasonable jobs worried the nineteen Eighty-four ad create what he called an information vacuum because it didn't say anything specific about the MAC itself. So we ordered Hayden to create a twenty page magazine insert that so everything about this new kind of computer how to use a mouse what the interface looks like how you can pick up the computer with a handle and the top. It was one of those impossible. Steve Jobs requests so much for arrest. There's no copy. There's no concept. Nothing has been started. The printing deadlines alone will kill us. We we can't do it. And of course, jobs that has really distortion magic. And pounded the table. And we all went off to attempt to do a twenty page insert at the same time. These all this other stuff was in production. But the important thing was that nineteen Eighty-four was green lit. They had barely Scott shooting which starts soon at a big studio on the edge of London. They were ready to make something epic. That is until a crazy casting call and a whole series of crises. That's an a minute. Are you looking to make your company a household name in twenty nineteen start with the love handle phone grip of fun in highly addictive promotional product the instantly makes your customers life easier in positions your brand in a highly visible location, their phone the love handle includes full color printing of your logo, and guess delivered attached to a custom marketing card for extended brand messaging. Love handle gives your customers comfortable way to hold their smartphone. With just one finger and insures your logo will be seen hundreds of times a day. Our producer Weimin found an unexpected use for the love handle. Yeah. I went for a run this weekend. I had really deep pockets. And so as I was running my phone was like hopping around out there. And I was concerned it was gonna jump out onto the pavement. And then I remembered that I had a love handle strapped onto the back. So I just took it out snapped it onto my fingers and then went for my r-. Run with my phone attached to my hand in a safe and non sweaty away. Amazing. It was great. And now for all listeners of household name. Love handle is offering ten percent off your first order with coupon code household. Visit love handle dot com. And be sure to use coupon code household for ten percent off your first order of love handle phone grips have love handle dot com. We're back. Steve hated may have written the nine hundred eighty four ad, but he didn't get to attend the shoot his boss asked him to overseas. Some of the other ads filming in LA. He was bummed, of course. Ridley Scott's shepherd in stages are of course, it was bummed was severely depressed. Steve's boss made it up to him promoted him to president it meant he could now sign company checks. So this isn't just a bull should promotion title in the charter of the agency that of ice president is an officer of the company this comes into play later. The crew set up at shepherd studios on the edge of London. Ridley Scott Bilton elaborate cavernous set that would've fit on early or blade runner. He put jet engines on the wall to give it an eerie futuristic. Look, then came a strange casting. Call for this ad Ridley needed a heroine who could convincingly in safely, very giant hammer. A man who could play the part of big brother. Oh, one hundred and fifty ball guys to cast this tar who just had her big, brother. They brought in models and actresses, but they had a problem. No one could handle the unwieldy hammer. They didn't just need an actress who could throw it. They needed her to swing it in circles above her head and hurl it at the screen. Finally highly skilled discus thrower audition for the part. Her name was onion major first problem solved. But then Ridley Scott was having trouble. Casting the dictator at first. There were no plans for any dialogue in the spot. And that made audition difficult all these British actors would come in and try on various glasses and Ridley couldn't tell one from another. Steve Hayden was back in LA. This panicked. Call from our producer, Richard O'Neill says ridley's having a lot of trouble casting the dictator. They need some lines to read so Ridley can distinguish one from another and figure out what to do. And could you bang out some kind of dictators speech really quickly in facts at to me tonight.

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on WTVN

"Lewis. You're listening to ground zero mama Cass, Elliot. Bewildering John Phillips in the mamas. And the Coppola's had an urban legend about her stating that she died from choking on a ham sandwich. Of course is untrue and she died of heart attack. However, what is truly odd mama Cass dive in July twenty ninth nineteen seventy four departments you rented from Harry Nilsson cows died of a heart attack while she was asleep. Almost four years later on September seven thousand nine hundred seventy eight Keith moon. The drummer of the who died in the exact same apartment is mama casted cause of death thirty two Zoll pills. He took to reduce his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. He took those pills on a doctor's prescription. But the doctor instructed moon to take no more than three pills a day in a creepy. Coincidence. The who released the album who are you on August eighteenth, nineteen seventy eight and it featured a photograph of Terry O'Neill of the ban a. It was a photograph by Terry O'Neill of the band's atop a stack of their own PA equipment and the shepherded studios history. England for the photo moon had insisted on sitting on a chair with his back to the camera because he had a distended stomach from all the alcoholism. Ironically, the chair said not to be taken away weeks later he was taken away from us. Slava album cover coincidences in strangeness tonight. John cafeteria with us and also doctor demento, I remember all the different albums that had weird messages restraints on them the Abbey Road album, of course, with the pointing out that maybe Paul is dead Beagles hotel, California saying that Anton the bay was there. In the in the middle asleep cover, and of course, if you use the UPC code on Michael Jackson's thriller. It actually was a telephone number to never land. I mean, he just there was a lot of things about this time of rock and roll were hidden messages are hidden. Meaning we're putting the album's on records. I'd be do, you know of any that I've overlooked? Anybody there's a whole lot. But I mean the elephant in the room about the sixties and seventies is people were taking a lot more hallucinogenic drugs at that time than previous times in the history of our culture. So people people would think up whether under whether they were solicitations or whatever people would think up these things and ponder these things they listen to dark side of the moon in their mind would wander and they hit upon these strange coincidences and. And build them build these molehills into bottles. And there was a lot more of that going on than there had been earlier. So you think a lot of this mystique about rock and roll happened because of LSD trips. I mean, I I can understand that somebody saw something and they ran into it. And that's why they were able to, you know, come up with these ideas for sure LSD or just plain old marijuana. Yeah. I guess back. Then marijuana was a little much. And you know, John mentioned three quarts booze in one night. You know, John there were a lot of rumors about punk to about a number of, you know, scenes, I remember what are the things that I was told the first time I was watching news reports about the Sex Pistols in how they'd spit on the audience or they would vomit on the audience was that all hype that all hyper was that truth. I think that there was definitely some truth to it because they wanted to be noticed and they wanted to be antagonistic. And unfortunately for all of the other punk bands dot was the thing that kind of killed their chances at commercial success dot really was something that I always have believed was a big deterrent for the Ramones. Earlier you had mentioned some of my work with them. I produced and directed the Ramones raw documentary, and I added a Johnny Ramones autobiography I continue managing DD Ramones estate and worked with them for many years. There were my childhood heroes. And to me, they were always the greatest rock and roll band and Wednesday every time they had a new album, they always believed that in particular, Joey that we're finally going to have a hit but radio stations would not play them because they were categorized as punk and punk had this bad reputation. As a result of things that bands like the Sex, Pistols had done for attention and to create hype in the media. So a lot of that was true. But a lot of it was also just limited to the Sex Pistols trying to get attention and sensationalism which worked for them. But it destroyed the chances for a lot of the the bands like the Ramones who could have had commercial success during their lifetime. But sadly, the world didn't fully accept them until they passed away. I was really surprised when I was growing up in Salt Lake City how punk took off in Salt Lake. We had the cosmic airplane. We used to go there to get our punk albums. Devaux new wave B fifty twos. All that was huge in Utah. And I thought maybe you know, I.

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Let's say something like this. Alexa, play NewsRadio twelve hundred. Would you on iheartradio ground? Zero mama Cass, Elliot. Bewildering John Phillips in the mamas. And the Coppola's had an urban legend about her stating that she died from choking on a ham sandwich. Of course, it's untrue and she died of apart attack. However, what is truly odd is mama Cass dive in July twenty nine nine hundred seventy four departments you rented from Harry Nilsson. Has died of a heart attack while she was asleep. Almost four years later on September seven thousand nine hundred seventy eight keep moon, the drummer of the who died in the exact same apartment. Is mama Cass did cause of death thirty two clemency Zoll pills? He took to reduce his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. He took those pills on a doctor's prescription. But the doctor instructed moon to take no more than three pills a day in a creepy. Coincidence. The who released the album who are you on August eighteenth, nineteen seventy eight and it featured a photograph of Terry O'Neill of the band a. Photographed by Terry O'Neill of the band's atop a stack of their own equipment and the shepherded studios. Three England for the photo moon had insisted on sitting on a chair with his back to the camera because he had a distended stomach from all the alcoholism. Ironically, chair said not to be taken away weeks later. He was taken away from us Slava album cover coincidences in strange this tonight. John cafeteria with us it also doctor demento, you know, I remember all the different albums that had weird messages restraints us on the Abbey Road album. Of course with the pointing out that maybe Paul is dead Beagles hotel, California saying that Anton the bay was there in the in the middle asleep cover, and of course, if you use the UPC code on Michael Jackson thriller. It actually was a telephone number to never land. I mean, he just there. There was a lot of things about. This time of rock and roll were hidden messages are hidden meaning we're putting albums on records. Do you know of any that I've overlooked? Anybody? Whole lot. But I mean, we all set in the rule about the sixties and seventies is people were taking a lot more hallucinogenic drugs at that time than previous times in the history of our culture. So. People people would think up whether under whether they were listening, or whatever people would think up these things and ponder these things. They listen to dark side of the moon in their mind would wander and they hit upon the strange coincidences and. Build the buildings molehills into mountains. And there was a lot more of that going on than there had been earlier. So you think a lot of this mystique about rock and roll happened because of LSD trips. I mean, I understand that something and they ran into it. And that's why they were able to, you know, come up with these ideas for sure LSD or just plain old marijuana. Yeah. I guess back. Then marijuana was a little much. You know, John mentioned booze in one night. John. There were a lot of rumors about punk to about a number of, you know, scenes, I remember what are the things that I was told the first time I was watching news reports about the Sex Pistols in how they'd spit on the audience or they would vomit on the audience was that all hype that all hyper was that truth. I think that there was definitely some truth to it because they wanted to be noticed and they wanted to be antagonist. And unfortunately for all of the other punk bands. That was the thing that kind of killed their chances at commercial success dot really was something that I always have believed was a big deterrent for the Ramones earlier. You had mentioned some of my work with them. I produced and directed the Ramones raw documentary, and I added Johnny Ramones autobiography I continue managing DD Ramones estate and works with them for many years there my childhood heroes. And to me, they were always the greatest rock and roll band and Wednesday every time they had a new album. They always believed that in particular, Joey. That they were finally gonna have a hit but radio stations, which is not play them because they were categorized as punk and punk had this bad reputation. As a result of things that bands like the Sex, Pistols had done for attention and to create hype in the media. So a lot of that. Yes was true. But a lot of it was also limited to the Sex Pistols trying to get attention and sensationalism which worked for them. But it destroyed the chances for a lot of the the bands like the Ramones who could have had commercial success during their lifetime. But sadly, the world didn't fully accept them until they passed away. I was really surprised when I was growing up in Salt Lake City. How punk took off in Salt Lake. We had the cosmic airplane. We used to go there to get our punk albums. Devaux new wave B fifty twos. All that was huge in Utah. And I thought maybe you know, I didn't understand.

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening ground. Zero mama Cass, Elliot. Delivering John Phillips in the mamas. Mukamba's had an urban legend about her stating that she died from choking on a ham sandwich. Of course is untrue and she died of heart attack. However, what is truly odd is mama cat dive in July twenty ninth nineteen seventy four departments. You read it from Harry Nilsson. Died of a heart attack while she was almost four years later on September seven thousand nine hundred seventy eight keep Boone the drummer of the who died in the exact same apartment. Is mama Cass did caused the death thirty two clemency pills? He took to reduce his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. He took those pills on a doctor's prescription. But the doctor instructed moon to take no more than three pills a day in creepy. Coincidence. The who released the album who are you on August eighteenth, nineteen seventy eight and it featured a photograph of Terry O'Neill of the ban a. Photographed by Terry O'Neill of the band's atop a stack of their own equipment and the shepherd studios history. England for the photo moon had insisted on sitting on a chair with his back to the camera because he had a distended stomach from all the alcoholism. Ironically, the chair said not to be taken away weeks later he was taken away from us. Slava album cover coincidences in strange this tonight, John caffeine with us and also doctor demento, you know, I remember all the different albums that had weird messages restraints on the Abbey Road album, of course, with the pointing out that maybe Paul is dead Beagles hotel, California saying that Anton the bay was there. In the in the middle sleep cover. And of course, if you use the UPC code on Michael Jackson's thriller. It actually was a telephone number to never land. I mean, he just there was a lot of things about this time of rock and roll were hidden messages are hidden. Meaning we're putting the album's on records. Be do you know of any that I've overlooked? Anybody? Whole lot. But I mean, we also in the room about the sixties and seventies is people were taking a lot more hallucinogenic drugs at that time than previous times in the history is our culture. So. People people would think up whether under whether they were hallucinations, or whatever people would think up these things and ponder these things. They listen to dark side of the moon in their mind would wander and they hit upon the strange coincidence. And. Build the buildings molehills into mountains. And there was a lot more of that going on than there had been earlier. So you think a lot of this mystique about rock and roll happened because of L S D trips. I mean, I I can understand that somebody saw something and they ran into it. And that's why they were able to, you know, come up with these ideas for sure LSD or just plain old marijuana. Yeah. I guess back. Then marijuana was a little much. That sort of thing. You know, John mentioned three quarts of booze in one night. John. There were a lot of rumors about punk to about a number of scenes. I remember what are the things that? I was told the first time I was watching news reports about the Sex Pistols in how they'd spit on the audience or they would vomit on the audience was that all hype that all hyper was that truth. I think that there was definitely some truth to it because they wanted to be noticed and they wanted to be antagonistic. And unfortunately for all of the other punk bands dot was the thing that kind of killed their chances. A commercial success dot really was something that I've always have believed was a big deterrent for the Ramones earlier. You had mentioned some of my work with them. I produced and directed the Ramones raw documentary, and I added a Johnny Ramones autobiography I continue managing DD Ramones estate and worked with them for many years there were my childhood heroes. And to me, they were always the greatest rock and roll band and Wednesday every time they had a new album. They always believed that in particular, Joey. That they were finally going to have a hit but radio stations would just not play them because they were categorized as punk and punk had this bad reputation. As a result of things that bands like the Sex, Pistols had done for attention and to create hype in the media. So a lot of that. Yes was true. But a lot of it was also just limited to the Sex Pistols trying to get attention and sensationalism which worked for them. But destroyed the chances for a lot of the the bands like the Ramones who could have had commercial success during their lifetime. But sadly, the world didn't fully accept them until they passed away. I was really surprised when I was growing up in Salt Lake City. How punk took off in Salt Lake. We had the cosmic airplane. We used to go there to get our punk albums. Devaux new wave B fifty twos. All that was huge in Utah. And I thought maybe you.

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"shepherd studios" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"shepherd studios" Discussed on KTOK

"News Radio one thousand KT. Okay. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening ground. Zero mama Cass, Elliot. John Phillips in the mamas. And the cop has had an urban legend about her stating that she died from choking on a ham sandwich. Of course is untrue and she died of heart attack. However, what is truly odd mama Cass dive in July twenty nine thousand nine hundred seventy four departments you rented from Harry Nilsson cows died of a heart attack while she was asleep. Almost four years later on September seven thousand nine hundred seventy eight Keith moon, the drummer of the who died in the exact same apartment. Is mama Cass did cause of death thirty two Zoll pills? He took to reduce his alcohol withdrawal symptoms. He took those pills on a doctor's prescription. But the doctor instructed moon to take no more than three pills a day in a creepy. Coincidence. The who released the who are you on August eighteenth, nineteen seventy eight and it featured a photograph of Terry O'Neill of the ban a. Of. Photographed by Terry O'Neill of the band's atop a stack of their own equipment and the shepherded studios history. England for the photo moon had insisted on sitting on a chair with his back to the camera because he had a distended stomach from all the alcoholism. Ironically, the chair said not to be taken away weeks later he was taken away from us. Slava album cover coincidences in strange this tonight. John cafetiere with us and also doctor demento, you know, I remember all the different albums that had weird. Messages restraints on them the Abbey Road album, of course, with the pointing out that maybe Paul is dead Beagles hotel, California saying that Anton the bay was there in the in the middle asleep cover, and of course, if you use the UPC code on Michael Jackson's thriller. It actually was a telephone number to never land. I mean, he just there was a lot of things about this time of rock and roll were hidden messages are hidden. Meaning we're putting the albums on records. I'd be do, you know of any that I've overlooked? Anybody? Whole lot. But I mean, we all in the rule about the sixties and seventies is people were taking a lot more hallucinogenic drugs at that time than previous times in the history of our culture. So. People people would think up whether under whether they were hallucinations, or whatever people would think up these things and ponder these things. They listen to dark side of the moon in their mind would wander and they hit upon these strange coincidences and. Build them build these molehills into mountains. And there was a lot more of that going on than there had been earlier. So you think a lot of this mystique about rock and roll habit because of LSD trips. I mean, I I can understand that somebody saw something and they ran into it. And that's why they were able to, you know, come up with these ideas for sure LSD or just plain old marijuana. Yeah. I guess back. Then marijuana was a little much. That sort of you know, John mentioned three booze in one night. John. There were a lot of rumors about punk to about a number of scenes. I remember what are the things that? I was told the first time I was watching news reports about the Sex Pistols in how they'd spit on the audience or they would vomit on the audience was that all hype that all hyper was that truth. I think that there was definitely some truth to it because they wanted to be noticed and they wanted to be antagonistic. And unfortunately for all of the other punk bands dot was the thing that kind of killed their chances at commercial success dot really was something that I've always have believed was a big deterrent for the Ramones earlier. You had mentioned some of my work with them. I produced and directed the Ramones raw documentary, and I added a Johnny Ramones auto biography. I continue managing Dee to state and worked with them for many years there were my childhood heroes. And to me, they were always the greatest rock and roll band and Wednesday every time they had a new album. They always believed that in particular, Joey. That they were finally going to have a hit but radio stations would just not play them because they were categorized as punk and punk had this bad reputation. As a result of things that bands like the Sex, Pistols had done for attention and to create hype in the media. So a lot of that. Yes was true. But a lot of it was also just limited to the Sex Pistols trying to get attention and sensationalism which worked for them. But it destroyed the chances for a lot of the the bands like the Ramones who could have had commercial success during their lifetime. But sadly, the world didn't fully accept them until they passed away. I was really surprised when I was growing up in Salt Lake City. How punk took off in Salt Lake. We had the cosmic airplane. We used to go there to get our punk albums. Devaux new wave B fifty twos. All that was huge in Utah. And I thought maybe you know, I.

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