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"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah but here I'm rolling James Monday night trivia at Labor Day with a large Labor Day now it's not, but hello after midnight, but it is Monday night or Tuesday morning and it's not Friday. So if it's Friday don't call us, but if it's Monday by all means we got another hour of trivia and I hope you'll join us and we need a new question, don't we? Yeah, we run through three of already. So most of us buy this, in fact, most of us have to buy it. But the first time anyone bought it was in the 18 90s, bought what? Yeah, and that was only one person, I think. Yeah. So today, yeah, we're almost all stuck. But back then, a novelty. What is it that we're all buying now, whether we want to or not, and I won't say all there are some people who aren't, but most of us are. And no one bought it until the 1890s. 888-876-5593. So our last bumper stumper has something in common with all our previous bumper numbers. And I was expecting somebody would know that right away, but we'll see 1957 on everlast. All right, so 888-876-5593. Now here's the deal. We have another hour of trivia, and if you don't like my questions, and if you don't know my bumpers, well, that's fine. You can have your own category, but by all means you need to play. It's just a simple as that. And yeah, first a couple hours going gangbusters on calls. And now, well, to say the least, the lines are wide open. That's an understatement. So if you would like to play trivia, and you know something about anything, well, you've come to the right place. 888-876-5593. That's 88 88 rally. And we'll go tomorrow night. We'll be back to playing your requests and a number of things happening this week, but oh yeah, by the way, tonight's bumpers, the theme. It has nothing to do with this week in history. So you don't need to be thinking in those directions, but they all have something decidedly in common. And of course, it's up to you to find out what that might be. Sonny Charles turned 82 over the weekend. Yes, checkmates limited. Yeah, born in 1940 in Fort Wayne, black pearl, precious little girl. Written by Phil Spector and Tony wine and Irwin Levine, and what else we have Joe speedo Frazier of the impalas would have been 79 today born in 1943 in Brooklyn, of course. Sorry, I ran all the way home was a medley of their hit and interracial group from Brooklyn. Bob a knight that was Gladys older brother turned 80 over the weekend birthday yesterday morning in 1942 in Atlanta and he was the original leader in business manager of the pips. Bubba and Gladys and Brenda, their sister, along with Eleanor and William cousins. But he miles would have turned 75 today. Yeah, my mind's going through them, changes too. You betcha. Jerry ragga boy would have been 92 yesterday. Loved him. And of course, he did a lot of stuff with Burt burns, wrote time is on my side and peace of my heart and cry baby and stay with me. And yeah, just a terrific act, did a lot of production as well and sadly died of a stroke in 2011 was 80 at the time. Beverly Ross, yeah, she wrote a memoir. I was the first woman Phil Spector killed in 2013. Of course I had to get it. And the reason was Phil Spector had stolen her riff and used it in Spanish Harlem, and she never got over that, but she did write the original version of lollipop and sang on a two Ronald and ruby and also co wrote girl of my best friend and remember then and Judy's turn to cry, so she cheated all right. Sadly, died earlier this year in Nashville, dementia. 87 years old. Yeah. Loud and Wainwright, the third turned 76 today. Morning Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but grew up in Bedford, New York. You have pricey northern Westchester county. You betcha. Willie Woods of junior walker and the all stars would have turned 82 today born in 1936 in South Bend and was pretty darn accomplished, moved to Battle Creek and that's where he and junior hooked up and died in Kalamazoo in 1997. Yeah, fairly young, 60 years old, lung cancer. So what else do we have? Well, we got some calls, actually. So we'll see how you how you do. Maybe you're going to guess on my trivia question. We'll find out. We'll talk to read. He's the first time collar in Illinois. The hello Reed, thanks for calling. You're welcome. I'm a woman actually. Well, you know, people do that to me all the time, so I know exactly how you feel. Some of them I don't even want her to correct it. So, okay, good. What do you think? Well, it's stupid. I said rice. I see, right? That's interesting. No, I think we were buying that before the 1890s. So not rice, but it's nice that you called and I hope you will again. Okay. All right, an amazing woman. Very knowledgeable. Thank you. Thank you. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks. All right, so not rice. And let's see. What are we going to do here? I believe sherry and Naperville is going to guess. All right, sure, what do you think? Hey, rally. Since he gets race, it wasn't on my original list. It made me think of like Campbell's soup or canned goods of some sort. Nope. Okay, so I'll go back to our original list. I said toilet paper as soon as your SI question, I don't know. Oh, I would not think that was most of us. I think that was all of us. So no, we're not toilet paper. Well, they had coin cabs or something. Well, you have an outhouse, as I know, no, that's not it. Okay. Toothpaste versus baking soda and plasma or whatever. Nope. Nope. Deodorant? No. Not deodorant. Oh yeah, sliced bread, David Jeff. Nope. It was his first guest. Okay. I guess I, you know, my grandpa used to wear a union suit spread. I'm sure there were a pantaloons before then. Not pantaloons. But what I mean is regular old Linda Liz that we were every day. Yeah, no, there's no underwear involved. Okay, so so far that's all I can think of, 1890. Yeah. Well, it wasn't necessarily well, yes, it was. I was going to say it wasn't necessarily low cost, but it was at the time. We wouldn't think of it as low cost today. Oh, really? No. No, not just not disposable income kind of thing. Huh. Okay, well, that's a big clue. Yeah, so call me back. Okay, we'll think a little bit more. Okay, good. All right. Okay. Bye bye. 8 7 6 5 5 9 three. I believe we're

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"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:12 min | 11 months ago

"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dreams Phil Spector co wrote it and produced it Sonny Charles and the chick mates limited on a and M in 1969 and it was a hit Phil Spector wrote it with Tony wine by the way And Larry Levine I think or Irwin Levine was one of the co writers as well But anyway got to number 8 on the R&B No yeah 8 on the R&B chart in 69 13 on the pop charts So I would say that's a hit Ruth may not have remembered it but certainly many of you will So there you have it 888-876-5593 ask and I shall receive Stacy is back Well it's been a couple hours how you doing Stacy Hi Wally Can you hear me okay Loud and clear Good good First I want to say happy birthday to Albert and Leah And I want to thank everybody for the well wishes And I want to ask you how you're doing I can't complain at all I'm just concerned about you tonight Stacey Talk to the other doctor called Good And he said doing everything that they can and he wanted to fill me in on what happened He said at one point rodo he just may have to he had a cardiac arrest Right And they recess hated him Good And he said to me if you know God forbid is the only thing again Do you want it Do you want a DNR Yes I want him to have all the chances because everybody is praying for him Okay And we've been together a long time And he said they're going to do another type of operation where they're going to go in and inside again with the scope or something And I forgot what he said They're going to look at all of the angles inside The abdomen and all of that And they're going to make sure maybe they'll find something else which is causing the other bleeding That's so scary that they don't know why And so he said that once they do that they're just going to close it up They're going to I forgot what he said they're just going to tape it up close it up So nothing else can get out of here And he said that they're going to do everything He's got round the clock everybody's there And he's the ventilator is just to keep him breathing And he wants to get him on his stomach So they could do something else And you know he's going to be under But I forgot you know all the technical terms That's okay And I said I want you to do everything because I said doctor everybody Everybody is praying And I said even while he came up and he says you're doing wonderful he says everything And he says we'll call you And he says but your husband is very very sick man because he's had like a lot of these ulcers in everything Exactly And cancer you know years ago And he just didn't put two and two together And I hope that nothing happened to the brain Of course You don't get oxygen in Well let's do this Like I say let's do this one step at a time He's breathing now and he's in good hands medically And you know I'm glad they checked with you You've expressed your wishes because some people would say no I want a DNR I want to do not resuscitate And that's what he was trying to find out from you If you wanted that and you don't and he's going to call for help you know like social services who I know And I'm going to talk to the hospital and see what other hope they can give me for like the house and stuff or getting stuff And right And hospital tomorrow And you know it's literally you take it almost minute by minute and don't overthink it at this point And just know in your heart that the lord does work in mysterious ways and how this is supposed to be I know and I read a lot of books too or sometimes when people in their cardiac arrest They go into the light for a minute and then they come back because it's not their time Right And we don't know when it's our time But the good news is they are doing everything and you are going to call in the morning about social services and you're going to call me tomorrow night we're on for all three hours to let me know how it goes Oh I will and I just I just can't believe Raleigh that this is I mean I'm just sitting here And I'm thinking I just can't believe this Of course not Nobody could As far as that goes now John talked to you Kathy had called in and will be taking you to the hospital if you want So you've got that number Oh yes That's good Yes a very nice So if you want to go or if you can go But I'd get social services at the hospital on the phone immediately because right now we're working on two things The doctors are working on having rodo have a good outcome but all of social services will be working on having you have a good outcome Right So I don't even think I could sleep well You're going to try but like I say find something on TV that you want to listen to and or watch And try and it's impossible to get your mind off it for any length of time But even for a few fleeting seconds if you can and maybe you will drift off and get some sleep You'd be surprised I'm just I don't want to be scared No Because I know I know I know miracles yet and I read the books and I know and I send I give donations to a church kind of Copeland and I called them And I talked to prayer ministers and everything and everybody a wide range of prayers is out there with God and Jesus And ultimately it will be their will and you know that and no matter how it turns out will be the way it supposed to turn out And if you truly have faith in that then there's nothing to be afraid of because no matter what the option is it's God's will Right And so you just keep your mind on that And go from there But do yourself as much of a favor as you can tonight to try and get some sleep because keep this in mind If you don't sleep it's not going to change the outcome but you'll feel much worse tomorrow If you do sleep you can start a fresh and tackle the day All right You know that'll make you stronger tomorrow and the first thing you'll do you call the hospital to talk to whoever the social service coordinator is and you'll go from there Okay And they said that they would call me even Yes No if something were to happen they will call you even if it's the middle of the night and just be praying of course for the best outcome but ultimately his fate is in God's hand and we never know the day in the hour and it will work out the way it should I know Thank you Ali All right We'll talk to you tomorrow And I want to thank everybody for their prayers I really really appreciate it And God bless everybody Well yes you too and take care of yourself and I hope for some good news But whatever the news you are going to get through this I promise you that All right well thank you All right God love YouTube It's tough And when we're in life and death situations which it sounds like Waldo is you know our prayers have to be for the highest good and the best outcome on a selfish level of course they're very singular You know bring him back no matter what But the reality is that when it's in God's hands we just have to pray for the outcome that is best and pray for the strength and the guidance to get through whatever it is But so tough when you're alone just so terribly tough and I feel very bad for Stacy especially on that front So I'm glad that she has everybody who is listening to this show on her side and hopefully hopefully it's just something that will pass but either way we will be here So we will get to Marianne in Chicago We'll get to James on the south side and hopefully we'll get to you but if we don't remember we got three hours tomorrow night right here on WGN radio Don't forget to.

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"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:48 min | 11 months ago

"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just really a phenomenal bank And I think that someday you will come out as over everyone else as the radio personality It will be a tight it'll be a tight close between you and I think you are going to think you're going to be the one that comes down in radio history I noticed that there are a lot of electrical fires by extension cords and constantly in the news and as a kid we had a wood burning stove in an inner city basement apartment with no bias covers shower Kitchen bedroom was a little bit warm but the living room and second bedroom was incredibly cold with the most beautiful patterns of Jack frost and the windows which I never saw again after 1957 because we moved to another location But we ate cream a week and powdered milk three times a day because we received a pension VA pension from my Marine Corps World War II father And nowhere was there an electrical cord plugged in to heat the apartment That's the mistake right there You can not under any circumstances plug in an electrical heater on an extension core I thought that you're right about extension cords I think it's well over 3000 fires a year Residential fires And where people go wrong and heater is a great example is that they overload the extension cord And usually the appliance is consuming more watts than the chords can handle in most cases And then that's what can lead to the fire And for one thing anybody is using an extension cord you should probably not if you can help it But it will overheat if it's getting hot You unplug that thing immediately But I wouldn't use one continuously over time And people do that all the time So yeah extension cords can be fire hazards and they are rated as for how much they can take So for God's sakes if you're using something like a heater match it up to the right kind of chord There are chords made that will do it by the way But it's not your common three prong that you normally hook up your TV to So yeah You know way back in 1966 in May of 1966 you did the list of some songs just recently And I said to myself no wonder that I wasn't listening to any of that What's my May of 1966 was Mike Brown And we had gone to the coma in and Melrose park and then I went to the London house Frank Sinatra's junior was performing When I think of all the performances that I've gone to vinya I missed him twice Two times in June he was at Virginia And I did not get there And he's no longer performing Yeah That to me would have been just incredible to have seen him and Virginia I think of the main song for Franklin McCormick beside a garden wall Yes where Ross is bloom That's what that's what Virginia is to me Every night every year the performers and the whole scene the park the people the wealthy people someone invited me into the Martin theater She does this every year is open She picks someone in the park and pays for them to go then into the Martin theater and she's very well known by all the people at Virginia Everybody but everyone was saying a lot to her So she does this out of generosity Just see someone in the crowd and decides to be her guest Martin theater That night I was there for over the rainbow and CSO was performing at the revenge Well anyway yeah I think my prompting was the shadow of your smile or the way you look tonight I'm not sure which one it was I thought it was an odd choice for a prom theme But the music that year wasn't anything I wanted to mention I also have a request for a better run in New York Okay Because we found a dog a dog named black pearl jails And he can't afford to get from the senior building and run away again to Florida to get the rescue dog And maybe someone has some information because they called park thinking they had a lot of money after the generosity for Betty White's donations I thought they might have some extra bots But they weren't going to budge and knowing that this request was out there for this veteran to get this dog pearl I think that should be the name of a boat and stars and stripes Marina is the French Quarter New Orleans I think there should be a beauty budget African American girls black blended her It is a song It is a song I think that should be a song It is a song Not only is there a song that was a hit song Black pearl by Sonny Charles and the chick mate limited You want to hear it I do And I would love it if Sarah Vaughan had done it Take your choice All right It was a hit That's a great America to me Absolutely I'll leave you with I love you not only for who you are but for what I am when I am with you You'll remember that Wow Franklin McCormick is approaching cookie Yeah Unfortunately it was Franklin McCormick Known phrase Okay thanks a lot Appreciate it Bye bye Yeah yeah that was from a poem he had was a signature poem and that how he'd begin the show I love you not only for who you are but for what I am when I am with you Frightening all the way around 888-876-5593 And yes Stacy has called back so we will get an update tonight in 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"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"sonny charles" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Radio on Rollie James. I'm going to Philly because, and that is off his American seashore debut CD and a couple others as well. And he was just going over his his background. And I have to say when you were talking about Cookie Jar, which was cookie jar. I remember this guy because he was like the sub for Sonny Charles and the check mates that Nero's it at us in Las Vegas, and he was like, run outta town. Darn near and about 20. Years later, he came back and was almost allowing Starr. So not a bad, not a bad background, but he was a Philly guy. Yeah, cookie myself silly And he so I'm 17 with our band, which is graduate. High school. They and they liked our group and often and we were booked in the barn and those days Challenger Avenue what you would have the fifth dimension. Performing there, and other well known acts and cookie was he was the the we would be group. He was the age group and he was something he was sort of, like out of the mold of Wayne Cochran, Otis Redding kind of thing, and it's so when I when I met him, and Chris went with other things, but she always had a great voice, and it was a great entertainer and still is on There's a lot there's old this mingling The cookie jar at the time was a big group, and so were the sole survivors. They were They end up living in our area, and also at the time was kicked the kid cats for another big group. So I was one of the younger guys and I'll go around. I remember seeing I tell everybody this story. We're at the rainbow cause there's there's 100 hundreds of clubs in those days so at the Rainbow Club, and I see Wayne Cochran on and and I realized These days because I saw a picture recently of him this blue eyed soul kind of thing, and his bass player was Jacko Pistorius Young age. And who went on to play bass for weather report, Murder, land and all that stuff, Amazing bass player respected and chest and so in those days, it was so exciting to be around all these musicians. And then I like to reflect on that and a lot of my songs. I don't always write, as you could tell when you open up with while with the hockey talk I That's why I call myself a singer songwriter from the old school. Meaning that if I want to write a kid's song for my grandkids, I could do that. You know if I want to spend a lot of time lately, writing Christmas albums, so have to out there now and they get a lot of your play. Really grateful for that. But I'm working on a new beach album right now. Oh, good, and I have I noticed that people really like you mentioned them. Who do you love? I like to throw in some silly armed. Be there. I do all my previous album. I did Intruders United. On and on this one. I have Ah, obscure Philly do wop song and I want to resurrect And I also have a wonderful Rendition of Of Great Smokey Robinson song. I'll try something new. Okay? And You know, just talking about. I don't sing like his full cells into my voice. But there's just great. They're like, sort of like the like. I said before the American, the classic American songbook. Well, this This is like a new Want adventure into that. Bring back these songs these wonderful songs and and elevate them, So I'll be doing that. And plus I have some some new songs that the title of my album is his old 17. So basically, that song is about Um You just take this ride down the shore from Philadelphia about 90 minutes. And and you basically whoever all the shoe bees who do that, and she visas could work for the visitors Get it ashore When you do that, you said, basically transform yourself into You're you. And you go down a short You see people over 70 and there on the boardwalk right in there like that would never think of riding their bike. In their hometowns where they are, But when they're down, sure this like this youthful thing happens. And like the transmit that my music fight to up if I do it successfully, ou do you absolutely do so I gotta ask. You said you're going to resurrect an obscure Philly do up song. What is it? Oh, yeah. I don't know if you want to tell me. Oh, you don't want to tell me you don't have to tell me what? Let me ask. This wins wins the CD coming out. Well, it should be out this thing season because I have a lot of things. Love things already and then sort of like 90% date. But I Okay, I wrote some write some songs about. I got some originals here and I have There's one eye to them that I am showing already, and one of them was written by Nixon, Ellie, who wrote my one Summer night and that's That's getting a lot of like. Getting a lot of reaction. Good reaction and that's called falling in love with you s Oh, yes. Oh, there's nothing What I did was I noticed that I used to pile on a lot of songs. Hey, don't go anywhere. We'll pick it up right there on WGN Radio. Use nation this hour. I'm Victor on Ah, Group of Republican senators met with President Biden today to discuss Congress's next covert 19 relief bill..

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"sonny charles" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"sonny charles" Discussed on Pantheon

"Mean go figure. This is this is i think. This point fill is beginning to news bearings in it and sorts of ways The eccentricities that have made him Both infuriating and and and in some ways charming beginnings reporters themselves more and more He's beginning to be. Hey all julie He's married Roni the lead singer from the romance He's covering offensively in his in his house in in beverly hills that I think he he imagines himself as being sort of believed that dial sorts of imagine redeem And i think he's feeling sort of loop by these just the musical changes but the cultural changes that are happening in in in in american music at that time What we might go the the drug kosher for one of a better word psychedelic music or these things. That are coming along I record executives. Some new started two way mirror callers. And a and talking about your head is in the beautiful bag and so forth I think all the confused by all of this and as you say makes this makes sense. Great great record by more than four Nothing happens Then he signs A a deal Chip to produce some Deal warner brothers signs out. We won't have brothers producers this this very odd dealing reco- that's that's almost funereal. It's it's so slow lugubrious. I mean it's extraordinary examples. War with sound and orleans intensity and magnitude phillies lost. I mean he. He signed production. Deal with an an does Sixty eight that's sunday charles checkmate's Black poll. I didn't know if you had intended to mention that. Play that. But that's that's a wonderful record and that's the kind of fusion really the rule of sound. And what a vet signed policies for sort of contemporary music. I wanna talk a little bit about i. Tina turner and river deep mountain high. This is his last role of the dice of the high a. Golden age of phil spector. He he he signs. I tina turner who at this time are one of the known. Most respected at hottest acts in our and be that they'd had a run of hits in the early sixties. They had some trouble with some labels and so they weren't even charged that well but as a live act. I continue return. Turner review is right up there with james brown. He produces a tb special. The tnt special which is sort of a a takeoff of the tammy show which had happened with james brown and the rolling stones and the beach boys The year before and he cuts this deal with tina turner and he gets i to agree. He tells like. I wanna work with you guys. I'm going to make you a star. I'm going to get on at stalled van. I'm going to have a number one. Hit and what i need you to do. Is nothing and turner. This is a guy who's been producing herd's and and as a a tyrant in his own right a musical genius and producer and powerful overlord. Inspector comes in and says you to sit down and do nothing. And i'm going to produce a tina and he gets the team. He gets his favorite songwriters. Geoff garin ellie greenwich back together to write a song for the problem is those who divorced so they. It's not the same as when they wrote to do run run. Tell us a little bit about how the process was different and the creation of river deep mountain high. Well as you say you had to get rid of ike who who's who's a pretty Pretty powerful character pretty strong character Of course oh shares with phil a liking for carrying guns Said not someone you mess around with when i met like To talk about this he was actually very very about phillies. You know all said he could do it. And i was very happy to lead so we'll do it What he didn't mention what i think is both the cases but he actually paid. I turn a very substantial some money to actually stay away from the studio So i i didn't get simply ike surrendering his ground on the basis of his recognition of fills and genius i think that was probably some Financial incentive for for for him to do You say the the actual creation of the record automating recognizing of the song Was like it was like pulling teeth. eddie jerry But none of the best. It's But badgered together essentially by phil And they come together and and finally managed to support this song out Fill into the studio The gang is all head all Wall of sound favorites And tina turner. Who's used to work. And i think quite quickly with i wasn't someone who wanna spend the time i spend a lot of money in studios on would get things done very very quickly and seem eternal finds a cell subject to to to specter's Laborious teeth grinding Wait and wait and wait some more regime And and and has seen over and over and over and over again he he drives a further and and further to get hundred reached the absolute that he wants to reach And she was almost stripping down to skin because of sweating so much he tends to the studio and he's insensitive this session And finally this this this record all comes together I in many ways. As i say it's an extraordinary record. It's it's a remarkable record. It's not my favorite bill. Spectra record And if you were tried to dance to it It's it's you know there are so many different times which is going back to sort of sit back and gays that with wonder. But it's not something trudy messed yourself in and feel uplifted or impassioned bites and jude to my view anyway and it wasn't a hit in america it died a horrible death And i think that really is the. It's it's the death knell for the first chapter of of phil spector's career. He was so cost. Down by this so demoralized by this And as i needed to you know he's same time he's he's got these possible difficult is going on I think the insecurities about his about his career. They'd be insecure is always undermined his conviction in his own. Genie guests and this conviction but at the same time though is that terribly and security i think this plays right into the insecurities and his sense of business and disappointment And and he he just stops. He just withdrew. Altogether retreats to the to the mansion in beverly hills shuts the door. And that's it for the next two years and it's an extraordinary sort of close to the great the flourish inspectors career. So let phil spector in nineteen sixty six and walked away from the recording industry. Pretty angry at the failure. In america of his single with i- container turner river deep mountain high nineteen sixty eight. He cuts a deal with am records and comes back. You say that his years of his two years away from the record industry had left him estranged bitter and afraid. Can you talk a little bit about specter's mood and his period of exile. Yeah i think that's those words describe it really. I mean he was. He was a strange fisher and afraid. I'm still looking his wounds from the disappointment of Of river deep mountain high and action that he'd had over that And then as you say he he. He signed a deal with them Made actually a really lovely record Co oh with. Sonny charles and the checkmate's Which didn't sound.

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