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"simon garfunkel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"National League MVP a tad time All Star in a four time gold Glover, Kathy Steve Garvey. Girl gets the baseball question, Jane? Yes, saying that his rights you want you want Go one more time. All right here around the clock. One Foreign. August 24th 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, Simon Garfunkel. Simon Garfunkel and 54. We're going to take you out on a bridge over troubled water without Simon and Garfunkel. There, There's two people be Neil Simon and Art Garfunkel. Ozyurt would not be Neil Simon OAS Now here. You want your cat? You can't even stop laughing back there all Simon, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, Simon and Garfunkel be a proper answer anyway. No, okay. First clue again, please time run out the clock Clue. Number one Born August 24th 1958, Brooklyn, New York raised in Queens. You know, I was gonna answer. Thank you. Never go to number two went to high school. I'm Long Island but attended summer program at Juilliard. Oh, I know what it is now. Clue. Number three dropped out of college after a year moved to Cali to pursue acting. Clue. Number four, was one of the busiest actors of the eighties and early nineties starring in some iconic films. No. Can't be firm. A man 26 50, number five. I think there's only five clues here. Let me see like visitors. Read number 5123 for only five clues here. That's it. No. Here comes clue. Number five means the last clue. By the way, this one number five. Perhaps you remember.
Recap: Trump's NBC Town Hall And Biden's ABC Town Hall
"Town halls. Last night, ABC News George Stephanopoulos posting Joe Biden, the former vice president of the United States, now the Democrat nominee for president, Donald Trump. Meanwhile, the president of the United States was on NBC with Savannah Guthrie. Yes, There was no debate last night. Yes, it was cancelled by the debate commission. Yes, Steve Scully, the guy who was supposed to moderate the debate. It turns out, he lied about being hacked on his Twitter account. So his life isn't going too well right now, but we still got a debate. Savannah, Guthrie and President Trump were debating one another for almost the entire town hall. They were just cats and dogs all over each other the entire time. Very little time for voters toe get a chance to question the president of the United States. Although there was a funny moment. 27 listen to this woman. She's a Biden lead leaning Supporter, writes that she's leaning towards Joe Biden. Her name is Paulette Dale. And here's what she had to say the moment she had a chance to question the president of the United States question. Evening, Mr President, I have to say you have a great smile. The guy's hands. You're so handsome when you smile. Thanks. Mom was totally fan Girling. She was She was like Backstreet Boys, just like boy banding all over again, you know I don't think she's voting for Biden. I just have this hunch again. There's another producer who I think lost a jobless. There's a lot of unemployment to based on the town hall last night. It's still funny. And by the way she was being attacked, of course, like because everything is the next potential crisis. Everything's all out war. You're never allowed. Teo. You know, you give comfort to the enemy. So just You have a great smile. You should smile more. I love your smile and being destroyed for that. Well, that's a big thing on the left. You don't tell her where I'm tired of being constantly told that I should smile more because you never tell menace smile more that That's a thing for the For the women on the left. Yeah, well, maybe she was two birds. One stone She got in there last night, and it made it Was added a couple of men to the smile equation, adding President Trump to it. Oh, and last night. Also Joe Biden remember facing off against Stephanopoulos. This was a tough one cut 40. You know? Finally, Finally we get to the issue of Hunter Biden in a national setting. Here's that moment last night. That's right now it didn't come up at all. We've sighted and Garfunkel were there. How did I miss this? Nobody. Simon Garfunkel in the entire 90 minutes. 30 different question. Town Hall. Joe Biden doesn't get a single one about the newly emerging evidence that he appears tohave corrupted American foreign policy to the benefit of his family's financial interests. Not a single question about this last night, not a surprise. But ABC. Throws in with on overwhelming effort by the media and the big tech companies to suppress an important story that the New York Post has been breaking every single day for the last couple days. No, it was. It was just so amazing. And I'm glad that I watched them separately. Just because for me, I don't have the ability to just pay attention. Both. I'm afraid, miss something. So, Watson separately, I will say, though. A job in town hall. I just started playing a game on my phone because they would ask a question. And Joe Biden would start answering the question. And then he would meander through a whole bunch of different topics. Everything that was going on in his head. He would meander all over the place. I was waiting for the big giant, you know, Biden Gaff which wasn't there didn't happen. I'm just gonna float this and I could be 100% wrong. So this is just a thought that has gone through my head last night. He He was just talking so much. I thought somebody put him on Ritalin. He was just just going and go. He was taking like Barack Obama length to answer a question. Yeah, they say that he stayed for 30 minutes after the town hall and kept answering questions. He kept talking forever. ABC never heard that footage released it by the way they should. If he have cameras and a microphone on him. We should see the footage of his Q and a with the voters after that thing was done last night released Joe Biden. I do want to get to this. This. He was asked about court packing last night. Cut 45 with George Stephanopoulos. Here is here is his new answer on court packing. How about that question of expanding the court hears what you said exactly one year ago tonight at a Democratic debate, he said, I would not get into court packing. I would not packed the court. That's not what you're saying Now is the nomination of Judge Barrett Reason enough to rethink your position. What is the nomination and what I wanted to do? George? You know if I had answered the question directly, then all the focus is beyond what's Biden going to do? If he wins instead of on? Is it appropriate? What is going on now? And it should stay. This is the thing that the president loves to do always take our eye off the ball. What's his state? One of these, Peter suggested is and there's a number of constitutional scholars have suggested as well that there are at least 45 options that are available to determine whether or not you could change the way in which the court lifetime appointment takes place. Consistent, arguably. With the Constitution. I have not been a fan of court packing because I think it just generates what will happen every whoever wins. It just keeps moving in a way that is inconsistent with what is going to be manageable. So you're still not a fan, but I'm not a fan of Don't say it depends on how this turns out. Howie wins but how it's handled how it's handled. There's a hostage crisis. You don't play by my rules on packing the court how it's handled. What does that mean? We know how it's going to be handled. There's a vote on the 22nd. She's going to get confirmed me how it's going to be handled. He? That is about the clearest indication he's given yet that he intends to pack the court. Yeah, he said last night he is open to packing the United States Supreme Court. And it depends on how it's handled. He's got the gun to our heads, he says. Go ahead. You want me to pack the court approve any Cockney? Barrett put her on the Supreme Court. I'll do it. That's the answer he gave in his own marble mouth, Joe Biden Way.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Public television service it's like they may charge you three dollars but it's worth every dime the aching of the B. album bridge over troubled water and it's Simon Garfunkel last album and they don't realize it but winning the joy they go they go over every song on the album and how they wrote it and you know how they came to writing and talking about bridge over troubled water Paul Simon writes it calls for rolled the producer and says I may have just written the greatest song I ever and they get into this and they decide that is not long enough they make Simon Cowell and right the middle sail on silver girl sail on by but I was saying is when I was in eighth grade I in the choir and that's what times are like van this is a great song Beverly thanks so much for calling New Jersey won a one point five it's going to Adeline New Jersey auto one point five Hey Bob good how are you doing what's your soon all confusion by the temptation that's a good one tell me I could have been a great rap song by a delegate yeah I mean I read this was like one nineteen sixty eight somewhere in the late fifties early seventies yeah and this was when the temptations to change their act and to become the first this is this going to be like this is something that should be covered by a by a rapper this would be great to be covered by a JZ somebody cover this I love it thank you for New Jersey world forty five the this the assault as described the time right now let's talk to twenty five Hey rob good how are you here.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Know the Simon Garfunkel song the sounds of silence and these days there aren't a lot of places in the world where you can hear silence but my next guest is fascinated by sound and the lack thereof he's met Mickelson Mickelson excuse me he's a documentary maker and also a sound engineer and in the short time we have we're gonna focus on his work as a sound engineer now you might think the sound engineer someone who records musicians a sound for movies you'd be right and Matt does all of that and more but he's particularly interested in where there are quiet places and he recently solicited folks from around the world other sound engineers to send him which is posted I'll give you the I'll tell you all about that moment sounds from other places where suddenly it's quiet like Times Square or Los Angeles airport Matt Matthew welcome the show nice to have you here thank you so much for having me okay so to someone who isn't in the radio business of the sound business recording the sounds of silence sounds contradictory can you explain absolutely are the endeavors that I've chosen to start my career doing but essentially what I do is I am a research places that are free from noise pollution and you might think that you know most of our national parks and national forests are free flowing through June but because of air traffic in the week it sounds horrible there's just some few places left around the world that are free from noise pollution so what I do for work inside your research and okay institutional economic trying to seek out these very few places left that are free from noise pollution or at least experience at less than other places so while there are quite a few bogeys pollution if you obviously people sounds of birds and we make sure to treat others faults what's what we call natural silence which is really the lack of police shooting you know I got to tell you I come out of a print background as the washing post reporter and that when I started doing radio the public radio show for four years of the savvy traveler was a Costco show and I remember your one stop in your neck of the woods here in the state of Washington I believe I'm walking I don't know if you want but yeah I think a lot of my clients well we were in a national park there and the sound engineers with me because that's the sound is a very important thing on public radio as you probably know how he said that just because we have to get some natural sound as it were in the middle of a field there's no sound here he said put on my headphones and I put him on and suddenly heard bees buzzing in the field I heard as you said when and I went I realize wait a minute I think this is deathly deathly quiet in there actually is sound everywhere is in there absolutely accurate and and that happens in our share that experience with the people who are not sound minded folk black handed them my headphones to listen in on your website you can see it in their eyes all of a sudden they realize they're missing all of disseminating information happening and then we could get the phone off immediately to your what they've heard before but sometimes it takes that extra kind of push on up that the microphones with them or those headphones to really get your real life but there's so much to unpack all the time all we have to do is really try to tune into it so you solicited sound from various places around the world including Grand Central station which is pretty empty in Times Square Covent Garden in London this is all of course since the since the size of shut down I just want to play one sound from from West Bengal in in in India from the Kolkata airport that is normally a very noisy place for airplanes and and cars here it is played for just a couple seconds were you this you can hear some voices from apartments perhaps in the background you hear a lot of birds which probably aren't there when planes and cars running but again it's a place that.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And I like that they sample US Simon Garfunkel there you hear it now hello darkness my old friend being known yeah hello there was something familiar about that yeah at yeah yeah it's all about the lyrics man here's what he says now he lives he finally financier them by so he said I I don't keep up on hip hop feuds as much as I did like when I was in high school and college I was really pay attention this stuff but I know he's got some beef with machine gun Kelly here's a lyric here's the lyrics stand by everyone from his new album Eminem you ready Donna of Donna reddit I've been out as you can see from the ring that I'm wearing me in this game we got married already had the prenup ready should a senior belly she was barely three months pregnant she gave me a baby we named it machine gun Kelly yes I need a he said he the young kids that he's basically saying that machine gun Kelly is his son yeah that's a death yeah at the desk site a wannabe you wish forever here nickiminaj they all these is my son you do that this well Donna is taking.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Don't if you don't know who Bob and Doug McKenzie are if you've never seen strange brew it's hockey related they do play hockey in the in the beer factory there go check out some Bob and Doug McKenzie their Christmas album is absolutely spectacular number three Ben Affleck and Matt Damon good will hunting says enough our numbers for Tom and Jerry Tom and Jerry number five Simon Garfunkel right number six Jaime Kian right Warner without question one of the most iconic defense picnics and all the Sabres history is not about their it did the defense pairing or they just two beauties that you absolute beauty and they came up at the same time same age somewhat and they were just they the young Bucks that played together but they played like they were thirty five years old when they were twenty right just on and off the ice absolute icons okay don't ever doubt it that's a do I like what's better an icon a legend well I I believe gave the key is both I around stay stay tuned for growing I'm coming up by the way we're gonna release those this week I got two of them ready to rock I heard I heard it is on the lease J. McKee legendary iconic you know know what I need you guys are two of the greatest party animals and hardest playing hockey players in the history of the NHL in general when I you know I heard when I can they win the Cup final on what I heard when I came to buffalo a lot of people basically told me after you know meeting me for you know a couple months year this and that they base a lot of people and I mean a lot of people came up to me and said you are the splitting image of Jamie I guess a player like no like just like the the type of guy I like the same guys would like to have fun and burn guys Jay's way cool and you are no offense I'll give.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Simon Garfunkel relax into the distance and I'll just take sixty seconds to tell you what it was like a little bit of old guy syndrome to be sure because those of us who are old guys in old gals we remember this and I I have to tell you in a media culture that is fractured and broken and corrupt the networks that I spend a lot of time slapping around did a fantastic job taking America back taking humanity back to our incredible adventure of Apollo eleven and the guys were homeward bound they splashdown in the Pacific picked up by the USS Hornet and you have to know what it was like for them if you think it was instant ticker tape parades and instant hugs from their families and instant back slaps from the crew of the of the recovery ship the USS Hornet you would be mistaken because this was our first trip to the moon and it ended fifty years ago today on July twenty fourth nineteen sixty nine so is the is the is the the command module Bob in the ocean M. M. the Armstrong Aldrin Collins were plucked from that water and put into the input into the helicopter for the trip back to the carrier first thing that happened is weird al precio gray biological isolation garments the Biggs was the acronym the biological isolation garbage they had to put on this thing that look like they were coming to your house as exterminators big just a big things on their faces and it was it was it's hot it's it's it's the it's the suburbs and their heart and in my college command module pilot said listen I don't care about moon bugs out of that for thirty seconds more I was gonna rip that thing off if they didn't get us into that into that trailer so they were brought back to the deck of the ship they waved and then they were stuffed into an airstream trailer stopped into an airstream trailer where they begin how much quarantine how long because again the fear was that they bought they brought back some moon cootie they brought back some horrible thing that would destroy the planet it was a bad sci fi novel that everybody feared so right after this trial right after this glory right at this amazing achievement for America in for humanity Neil Armstrong buzz Aldrin and Mike Collins were essentially treat prisoners on their own planet twenty one days of quarantine twenty one days it was called the L. R. L. lunar receiving laboratory there behind glass and they got to talk to the families but did not get to touch them they got to feel the love but did not get to to share it with any kind of of of physical a hand shake loving tactile human way for for three weeks so big exhale as we dive into the molar pregame show everything we do today though everything we've done these past few weeks in these past few days has been filled with and I I've I've loved it so much because I I have a son who is sixteen by the daughter is twenty seven a and and they've watched me dark out on this stuff my entire life and now on the long list of things that I love about the trump presidency and I know we're out of money in the private sector is going to help do some stuff feel on my skin Richard Branson and you know whatever they want to do is great but we're going back to the moon kids I love it and we're gonna put footprints on Mars and I hope it's before I die and I love it so just to put a pin in it we got stuff to talk about today but as you walk around today on Saturday you were asked to have a memory of what it was like that amazing afternoon as we landed on the moon and an amazing night as the the first foot print went on to another world so today as you walk around remember what it was like to have these heroes return home because they return home fifty years ago today okay thank you right one eight hundred five to a one two three four has to make it work out for you here's my answer and then I I crave yours we've got we've we've cleared out a lot of usual guests slot to get a couple of photos we're gonna welcome Cheryl from a judicial watch and mark lot her who is the director of strategic communications for the trump White House that's later in the show it's a whole lot of you and me and a lot of audio that drain has dutifully gathered at a lot of observations a lot of of of breaking news as as to where the pre game show I'm Bob Costas on Superbowl Sunday we are the pre game show and I could not be more thrilled Hugh rest up fire up the D. V. are get ready he'll have all the analysis you need tomorrow on a molar Muller testimony the day after the post game show but the pre game show is ours so here is my late I'm sure they have a list of questions for Mahler I got a few of those I'd like to suggest but here are my questions for you you're ready thinking caps on early let's roll one eight hundred five to a one two three four one eight hundred five two OO one two three four it is a given that anticipation for the Miller testimony is seen through the lens of our personal politics there's no human way around that and by the way that's okay it means that conservatives it means that the trump basic means of people who actually are glad he won and wanted to win again that we are looking for today to be a a slam dunk on our narrative of no collusion no obstruction that there is no amount of Muller testimony that was suddenly create something from nothing there is much made of a letter from the department of justice to Robert Muller describing the constraints of what his testimony should cover and the left was freaking out we have great audio will get to hear second Jerry Nadler said it was outrageous and get for for William Barr to try to rein in the trying to lasso Muller's testimony until bar revealed they asked for that Mr Miller actually wanted us to define so what you should cover I I've I've spent a long time saying some things about Bob Miller that are not complimentary his life is filled with things that are praiseworthy his service to this country has been a long and impressive but in this chapter Bob Miller ran a den of snakes of of trump hating Hillary loving political operatives and they wanted like they wanted their next breath offer up a damning document that would bring down this president that did not happen so the Republican narrative and the only way by the way the only way today does not go the way I think it's going to go which is a an absolute backfire for the Democrats they're going to go to bed tonight sobbing what were we thinking what were we thinking who told us I mean Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler you know it may need a hug who told us that this was going to be a good idea for our side who told us this would move the needle on impeachment who told us this who thought this was a great idea on may twenty ninth you remember when Bob Miller came forward and just had a few things to say his remarks were holding he is an on compelling witness even for the document that bears his name and and at that occasion I said and I've said just about every day since he testified there's no way in the world anybody thinks this is a good idea the Republicans want this to go away the Democrats surely will not be stupid enough to call him well check that observation and he doesn't want to so add it all up and I thought there's no way he testifies I'll believe it when I see it don't need to have comical levels of skepticism but when he sits down and what should be eight thirty issue stern time seven thirty is my time central time six thirty nine five thirty on the coast get ready we'll be carrying that we'll be talking about it but I tell me how we're all here to tell me how it and tell me how this works out well for the Democrats of.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mad wolf. There are no bad entertainment. Are they really that's of being marginalized us now. Okay. Go. No, no. No, no. I heard you. I don't think there's any what what could be better the great the great s. I don't know. But. Blaine. Maybe you know. It's funny. I interviewed Hal Blaine a couple of times on this radio station. And this is a guy that is at the epicenter of all things. It was pop music in the sixties and the seventies. And he's probably the most famous musician. No one's ever heard of. Right. Well, that's what I was thinking about last night. You know, if you're deep into music, and if you're a fan, and especially if you're drummer, you know, how Blaine, and, you know, the legacy he leaves behind passed away yesterday at age ninety like you said, he's the best drummer that many people know, quite frankly didn't know about depending on your age and generation highly influential. Let's listen, let's run down actually a couple of just a few of the songs that you can hear his work on Sonny and Cher. I got you babe. Birds, Mr. tambourine, man, Barbra Streisand. The way we were Simon Garfunkel boxer. I didn't know that last night. I'm reading the rundown like what MRs Robinson? Was onto as well. Just a staggering amount of music and a fantastic legacy. Like, you said probably one of the most influential musicians, I think of the twentieth century. He told me that he would do sometimes three gigs in one day, and he would have a drum guy that would just stay in front of him. He would take he would do one gig. And it might be rock and roll. And then the drug guy said this is a kit up at another studio for country, and then they might finish up a third one, which might be just standard something with as you said, Streisand or Sinatra or something like that. Right. You know, he's part of this group called the wrecking crew. Reading up more on these guys last night. And you know, it's just one of these things that you don't think about they were called the wrecking crew. Because back in the day, they were the upstarts. Shirts into the studios rather than you know, blue blazers and. Or whatever. And just the the old guard was going, no. Yeah. That's what happens every every, you know, ten twenty years or so you need people like that to put the script in the business, and how did just that. He did. And what a conglomeration of musicians. I mean, you had you add him, and you had Carol k one of the first female rock and roll players on bass guitar, and you had Tommy Tedesco and everybody thought well, who's the greatest guitar player of all time. Well, it what am Tommy Tedesco who played on those exact same hits the help lane played on exactly. And again, I'm looking at more of these songs these boots are made for walkout Monday Monday. Let's see I think I love you love will keep us together. I mean, he wasn't just pushing stuff out in the sixties. It was going into the seventies. To of course, we can't forget about his stuff until. Phil Spector's wall sound projects be my baby that opening four beaten. Yup. Oh, it is. Oh, I'll tell you. It all of that stuff is gone with the wind. It really is. And I'm not I'm not castigating music as it is today. We all love the music, we grew up listening to. But what do you think about it? Most of those groups back in the sixties were front guys. They were just you know, guys, it'd be go up on stage on a live concert, and they just play well enough to keep the screaming kids happy. But when they went in the studio, the producer wanted it. Perfect. And that's where blade and his group came in. Right. And that's not to take anything away from musicians of today. But the workhorse ethic that you're talking about before. I mean, these guys that, you know, running around on like three hours sleep because they were playing gigs, and then they were going into the studio, and then they were just killing it. It was such a vibrant experimental time. Especially in the sixties, not just with music. Yeah. We're going to miss him. I mean, eight consecutive Grammys, and again like you said different different time, but he leaves behind this enormous legacy that will enjoy hopefully for years to come all sorts of entertainment is changing gets more and more finger. It's fluid at all levels, not just in music. But but there wasn't it was just fly by the CD your pants back then, and it's not everything now be television or movies. You know, the the the green screens they use in movies now, it's also so processed, and there's none of that. You know? Okay. We can do that. When they probably couldn't what they pulled it off some help. Well, it was more of a boots on the ground mentality. You know what I mean? It's like an and and I really liked that comparison that you compare, you know, this sort of music with like say the way certain movies are made today with split computerized special sex, and that sort of thing, you know, I was watching a an older episode of Star Trek and looking at all of the old models and everything like that. You know what I mean? But you look at some of the movies that they made afterwards some of the Star Trek movies where they were still using models and real basic stuff that gave a sense of deaths, and that sort of thing that still holds up and that music still holds up just as well. It is it does. And you know, what I'm glad you're you mentioned Star Trek because my kids when they were growing up Star Trek fans, but they also love the early doctor who episodes, you know, from the and some of that stuff was just cheesy. I mean, you could just tell these things were you know, compared to now, but they scare the hell out of my kids. It was like watching this. They believed it, please. Yes. Because they were real they were actual props. You know, you you. It was tactical stuff. You know, you can tell the difference right now. I mean, some of the some of the special effects today and don't get me wrong. You know are still amazing. But you know, they're computer generated, and you know, that, you know, with some of these older films and everything from certain era, you know, see superman fly with Marie. Oh, but they made it with the allusion that you could really believe a man could fly just as different would music back. Then like, you said, it was a real, you know, tactical boots on the ground strategy, and they turned out massive hits from Hal Blaine era. Yes. Superman, George Reeves. I love that guy they'd shoot bullets office chest, and then he'd like fledged when they threw a gun at Emerson. But what I hope I hope they're, you know, I'm glad you're talking about this today and hope there is some recognition throughout the country today, and maybe who knows maybe into the Grammy's next year because what he did with that group did out there. I think did more to push the ball of music down the road than virtually any group any collection of musicians, I know the funk brothers and other guys Philly soul guys. And I know the Beatles and the stones, but these are the guys that molded the hits. And I just hope there's some now additional recognition now that the passing of hell Blaine is happening. Well, I would expect had the rock and Roll Hall of fame induction ceremony here in New York and a couple of weeks. I would suspect that there's probably going to be a nice nod to hell because he is a rock and Roll Hall of fame member he wasn't -ducted back in two thousand. I mean, eight consecutive Grammys to this guy has you know, I don't see them not recognizing the legacy of how in a few weeks. But, you know, also, if you're a fan of music, you have to look to the past fear influences you have to look toward the past. And you have to look at masters like how you know other drummers too. I mean drumming is, you know, the the drum is the beat of the song literally the heartbeat of a song. And it's what pushes the song ahead. It. What moves it? You know, listen to the opening beats of rock and roll from Led Zeppelin. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I know it's not rock and roll without drums. Comparison with other songs under how blames belt that that man got it. And you are the great Matt wolf the great Matt as long as I'm hosting a show here which could be done after today. You are the. Thank you might have a great day we catalog. How blamed played on this as it all of the wrecking crew. But when.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"And just silence. You know, or just even listen to the sounds of silence. I remember when I was a kid Simon and Garfunkel, my father goes is that like two people I said, I don't know. Maybe it's a guy named Simon Garfunkel. Like, remember, those things, you know, like the Beatles. My sister screaming at the TV, the Beatles were landing, and my mother, she said to my mother can I scream and my mom was like, sure. So I re- distinct from memory of my sister lying on the floor screaming at the TV when the Beatles landed he landed in JFK, or whereas it wasn't JFK back then but landed out in Long Island. So you want to do with this mercury and Pisces and really we got it for two months. You got time. But you want to kind of go back through the musical memories. Back through the emotional feelings. Go back and watch those old movies that you really loved go back and read the old books. We were having a big Jane Austen discussion here in the group and looking at her chart and everybody was mentioning their favorite Jane Austen movie or their favorite Jane Austen book. And one of my friends said, you know, you really should read them read, Emma re pride and prejudice. And I'm kinda like I never read any of these when I was a kid. Okay. So go back and read the. Books. You should read or read the books that had big emotional impact on you in my case. I'd go back and read, nurses in Goldman by Herman has I remember loving that book, and it just spoke to me on a deep level. So it's the stuff that speaks to you emotionally and the stuff that speaks to through things. Other than words either through the images through the feelings through the evocative energies. And of course, Pisces is also smell one of my friends periodically orders me, things and mails them to me. And she mailed me these things for making smells in my shower. And you throw it on the floor. Not on a what part but an area where it can get moist and evokes to smell in the shower. So you're kinda like in a spa shower. So I was looking at him the other day going. All right. I guess this is mercury and Pisces. I'm gonna take a bath with smell a shower with smell. It's very interesting energy. So kind of watch for Pisces shoes. Maybe look at your shoes figure out which ones are comfortable. Maybe maybe you find.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Okay. Wait, wait. You know what? I okay, I take that back. I take that back. This might be the time for an innocent. Man. It said the top four. No. And that's I. That's where I I would still put turnstiles below it. But I won't fight you guys too hard. If you out phobe, I looking at we'll be have left. It has to. It's like, it's the one thing. That's the thing. It is. I think it it as much as like for me turnstiles doesn't have the huge takeaways. It is a better album overall is right. Anything's innocent. I think it turns. I wouldn't would say it's a very good album is typically considered album in this, man. I would say artistically considered is a fun album. Even those referencing pop pass. It's not really being historical or illegal about is just reinterpreting these things to create buoyant pop songs. It's joyful. It's exciting. Like that. It's wouldn't cold this thrills certainly the most lasting for typically. Whatever is still a great. How's the fun album, which is more because it's probably more fun than some of the other on here because this is again, artistic Billy Joel really getting into. But like. Gift for me would have to be innocent, man. Number four. Okay. Yeah. Great. Okay. Cool. Fantastic. Six piano, man, five last houses, number four sixty. I'm violence as foreign innocent man turnstile stranger to sexually how about this. How about this before we do any turns out his no before we do anything turns? I like, I can't possibly style. Okay. Above either the OK cool. Okay. I have talked about it a decent amount. I think would agree. All right. So neck as we've turned sales number three. Okay. And that was down to of course, our good friends, the stranger in fifty seconds. I don't wanna rake anything right now. The biggest thing that I wanna do. I just wanna talk about them in chronological order. So dear friends countrymen what have you? Let's talk about the stranger just by itself. So this is the album were following turnstiles. He was like any produced it himself. You know, the some hits on there. It was mainly the big. Thing where he all of 'em. Also, we haven't even talked about Miami twenty seventeen will say that for the reason it's so because of the Trump presidency because as we all know when Trump got elected he made the Marwat wa- go in Florida, which I think is in Miami or one of. His winter White House as we have, unfortunately, come to learn in the news media. So the way Joel producing Trump, right? Exactly. Yeah. Never time. All right. So I'll pull into successive turnstiles though. He wanted to do something any found producer, Phil, Ramone. Phil realms probably best known for producing Simon Garfunkel solo albums particular impulsiveness crazy after all these years. So, you know, dude, head credentials, and the one of the nice things about is that he had a great way of being like instrumentation, we need something new on here. And almost like every song on the stranger has a unique sonic element. That is something outside of Billy roles experience of drums and Kano in base. What have you? But the thing about is that like you can be good producer. You can really find the great moments in the song where you need those little Obosar you need the Lena Horne's or those other elements that need to come in. But also importantly, I feel like Phil Ramone was great at he has at the right moment. And he had Billy Joel deliver some of the best songs of his entire right reduction Asai in the songwriting here is so phenomenal..
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on If I Were You
"What's your favorite simon and garfunkel tune ooh homeward bound how does that one go home yeah what's yours oh thanks for asking never mind who's this pretty rare side yeah not a lot of people know my favourite simon garfunkel but i guess that makes me cool yes sure you yeah a lot of people have a cursory understanding of music and they know yeah yeah sicilia's an easy one and if you like it you're fine bridge over troubled one so it's like maybe it was bridge over troubled water as that yeah that one's famous i was pretty famous really i barely like it it's fine if you like it and it's good but it's a little too popular you could like things that are good to celia that's another really famous one really yeah which is the one that goes mama pajama role data bed that did it early station isn't that the one we just listened to number the school yard yeah but i i'm saying that i like this is robinson i like mrs robinson lot that one's one of the most famous songs but i like it on like a different level a lot of people are like that's a good tune in fund lyrics but level do you like do you get how it's like actually about like some shit that's going down between him and mrs robinson of course okay do you know jolting joe is when it goes jolting joe has joe dimaggio really later in the day.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on WCTC
"The new jersey hall of fame rock and roll hall of fame half of the uh charttopping duo of simon garfunkel i has announced that days next upcoming tour will be his last announced yesterday he will embark on his final tour he is seventy six the tore will ledge call the homewardbound the farewell tour it will begin in vancouver british columbia on may 16th and will wind up in uh in london later on this year now for a guy from jersey as of right now on this the toward the dates that we have there is no new jersey or new york city 'death is playing philadelphia at some point in the sun her but why would you not play jersey when you're from newark i i don't know maybe that that will still come up but he announced that that the tour will begin on may 16th i've often wondered what it would feel like to reach the point or it consider bringing my performing career to a natural end and that was a statement he said yesterday now i know it feels a little unsettling a touch exhilarating and something of a relief and here's a guy and fifty plus years of doing this right of of being a in music and selling records in going on tore in all kinds of things uh from newark he was raised in new york city born in newark though and that this will be the final opportunity how he has not ruled could completely ruled out playing live shows anymore he says you know what if i do at once in awhile i it'll be a place first of all that scott impeccable acoustics and as an artist that's very aboard to them and it's something that a philanthropic lee he can get behind so he'll continue our guest to do some charity or benefit shows if the right person comes along in the right caused comes along you could gets up paul simon head of the rocking chair i guess and get the acoustic guitar back over his shoulder and get him to do some songs to help out your charity but the as of right now this will be the final tour the ah homewardbound the farewell tour which will begin this spring and wind up but in the summertime of.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
"That i admit seoul hate those all yet because there's about three or four songs at really get me is um wildfire and then uh the sound of silence by simon garfunkel liked original yeah not not not the other one ya um barry manilow a quick change in the england oh it's a it's a and alice trooper i love the dead those are because i i don't even uh play pink floyd songs that i like because i like to play the obscure shit because i love pink floyd that's how how can you be floyd dr uh the miraculous like he did just don't make music like getting more like when genesis had peter gabriel oh genesis i like to before phil collins took over genesis was like a a progressive rock band with a for attic shoul leckie come up costumes and shared and i found bans like that like he s two awesome yes it i lockett fucking deadly meant of enfolds come from mike adopted restaurant roze adam yes with their beat changes yesterday's while they became like of really top of the like so like a believer not do member of band called ob of a puk i can't remember god god dream aren't godly dream gullit another bank called canot they all kind of worked around that and become this progress but yes had so many changes or music holy fuck like could you imagine looking at the music to try and play that i mean i lay dead yes the first i ever heard by us was rammed a boat.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on Heavyweight
"Of i i hm this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by sundance now sundance now gives you access to critically acclaimed series movies and documentaries on demand they also have brand new series like back back as a dark comedy about brothers who are reunited after years apart only to find themselves competing over who will take over the family business back stars comedy duo mitchell in web who you may remember from peepshow mitchell and web now that's a good comedy duo hegemony guests were hey just through your favorite combinator law there's so many eminent but i guess like abinante castillo laurel and hardy you about simon garfunkel no question simon garfunkle the the the blitz duisi singers the dude this bridge over troubled waters yeah the musical comedians no no they're not mute that that's though those are heartfelt sincere songs why do you think they're so popular because they make beautiful music they make hollow areas music i mean bridge over trouble water sound of silence yeah what's funny about that it's not silent it's a song a whole area song to watch mitchell and web a real comedic duo check out backsundancenowcom and enter the promo code heavyweight for a thirty day free trial that sundance nowcom promo code heavyweight this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by square space square space makes it easy to create a beautiful website portfolio were online store all without needing to know he single line of code here at heavyweight headquarters we've made a beautiful web set of our own you can visit it adds solidgold outtakescom and here unaired audio from i add recordings with jorges adjust editor at gimlett media.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on KQED Radio
"His grimmie ha the work of the great andrew norman rural art garfunkel another november v one of the most instantlyrecognisable voices in the world what a singer what harmony singer part of that he was part of simon garfunkel wasn't here oh this is the first song of there is i think that i ever heard of a body of my dad's can fairbanks gave me a bok said i'm pretty sure this was the first song on that buck set and i was instantly taken with due at singing here is wednesday morning three a m kfqd south evening girl does she you've his knees name the news flow ooh who she is she is my name's heavy man jazz bands jim within sliding tone i'll be leaving and the alive come on i could listen to that music for ever and be perfectly satisfied again this madison hunting hamdi playing the part of art garfunkel so already was in november fifth birthday ryan have the november fifth birthday also sean lee greenwood a november fifth birthday of elite betar's from radiohead radiohead this is not just one of my favorite johnny greenwood moments but perhaps one of my favorite qatar moments in recorded music history here's the old last minute or so of radio heads just johnny's park is so rocking the brittany and i are having to double up on it even justin gang club's we didn't jio.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on USA Today
"Like this the stuff that we love the country and folk deaf when they were grown up wasn't that cool like at the end of their parents with yasser their parents listened to your like simon garfunkel and stuff like that so for them or bob dylan even so they they were into like television and now that underground in hong yes so so it was guys through us that they found like at least like older country staff and got into eddin and now we all listened to that stuff but uh but did you did you find how much of your parents musical tastes influence you not really at all i think it did influence has just like i always having in the background growing up always being surrounded by music and our dad kinda jamming on guitar every day i think i was huge inspiration and while what we do is so different for our dad does you know i think we still share oh yeah eminence to love all that's all that music i mean it's great music it's it's different from what we do but you know it's it's awesome i'll be a lot of the spirit of it that comes through yeah and just the fact that you know we thought of being a musician as like a real occupation like if we were like if dad can do it we can do at you know have it's it's different if he grew up with like a dad is a dentist or something 'cause that i mean just for it for your the parent as well because they don't have any you know the option of what it's like one but he knew and he was there have been very supportive i mean we wouldn't be here without their support right your father produce you're really records right and yet again and he plays based on on the records this comes with us on this this sound up for a show so yeah and what is it like i don't know maybe have nothing to compare this to but what is it like being in a group know as sisters does that i mean maybe maybe compared a you know other groups the you've are the bands that you've come in contact with things like that do you think that um how do you think that has an impact on the experience for you in what you do musically music leads it's easy we were sort of.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is going to be here nephew not familiar with crazy legs county you are in for a tree because crazy legs conte is one of the greatest performers and the greatest athletes in the world today he happens to be a top ranked competitive either and i was the c of a fried gal ahmad eating contest on wednesday big thank you by the way to hum kevin mcculloch for allowing me when he was the host of two mc that because i had a great deal of fun it was uh it was terrific a and i really i can't think everybody yet enough who came down for that there would have fun line but in any event um um i've been sort of it sort of rekindled my interest in competitive eating that i was young involved in this very small amateur contest as so we ask him back competitive eating in his career in that area that's coming up next hour then in the 6 o'clock hour you're going to get to here oh this is a real tree for me i have no idea what the enemy is going to sound like but from me it's a real six o'clock hour there is a new book out by a musician that i so admire not only for his music port for his views on live for his work as an artist as an actor art garfunkel from simon garfunkel is going to be here now knifing liam for ten minutes or so because i i think it's one of these media tours that when you write a book you get to you know you do a whole bunch of different stations for five minutes or ten minutes but i'm very much looking forward to talking with our garfunkel i've been a fan of our garfunkel and simon garfunkel my whole life a boom again as i said far beyond the military he's got a new book out that i've been reading i haven't finished it yet destroyed it on top of thursday but it's a quick read a you know i i expect to be done with it today it's a it's a great read and i'm good looking for talking with him about that now and again we'll you can comment or anything you want at eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine.
"simon garfunkel" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"May december or i guess this would be more alike march ju up polling gathered in the target isi moving higher said i am that bans my thing it's such images as part of it it's like the female characters i don't think there are three main female characters and they i don't i felt that they were not nearly as interesting or developed as as the dudes it's a dirty old man at the dirty on the eu's let it i didn't it is but none of not put to find a point on it another fund movie from our uh that i love with serendipity let's rum com which are cusack did you got to see that only god that was a key charm and yell train collided with a narrow win an oscar luckily change your life forgot about that my mix to positive on it but i really like jeff bridges gel carriages has nailed this old guard geno i nine i'm a sucker for it so he's irresistible are you negative be mix to negative i mix to pause itself you know only a boy and we will be hearing more sorry interrupt the second movie to be inspired by simon garfunkel tune of the summer yes in that seoul count baby driver that song will be resurfacing on this particular show a literature we look forward to this weekend yes can't another coming out menashe labour has a drug menashe menashe it's a i i liked it i saw it it's a very small movie it's a mixture of documentary and entertainment a window on specific culture in brooklyn the titled character is played by a guy that i don't think as ever acted name menashe lustick.