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"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:45 min | 8 months ago

"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Author of tearing down the wall of sound. The rise and fall of phil spector mic. Welcome point very nice. It'd be here thank you. yes this is. I think the definitive biography of phil spector. And you were lucky enough to interview him in his mansion weeks. Before the tragic death of clarkson extraordinarily fortunate he hadn't given an interview for many many years and i was able to secure that interview And went out to Los angeles admixed fooled releasing him over the course of an afternoon And then shortly after that as you say Came this terrible incident where shut down the clocks And interesting what what he said to me in interview describing his mental state about being relatively insane and Having demons inside him and so forth that back very sadly became the template for rule that was written about phil spector thereafter But i have to say that. The phil spector. I met was was very charming. Funny one of those fascinating interviews. I've had and that's kind of the economy. I wanna i wanna get out a little bit with. Phil spector as the combination of this gifted individual. I mean an almost singularly gifted individual. This is somebody who could sing. Who wrote a number one hit song and recorded it at age. Eighteen who rose dramatically through the ranks of the record industry on his own record company flat out by the time he was twenty one and a half or so jacqueline and say no. I mean it's extraordinary extraordinary phenomenon Nikkon very fine English writer member memorably described him. As the first cy kunsi Hang on let me get that right. Sorry off It was told. Thank you. yeah you're you're right Phil spector wasn't sure So moved very many memorably described as the first tycoon team and uniquely. He was a producer who was bigger than his office. and and a producer who actually stamped his identity very very much. The music Irregardless of who. He was recording so they weren't Kristen's records or righteous brothers records liberals those of the names of the is on the label. They essentially phil spector records and that fingerprint unique and indelible So he was he was. He was the first producer superstar. Ready any he has an pretty much unmatched run of hits from say six eight sixty one tell sixty four had what fifteen twenty top ten hits in a row something like that. Yeah i i think ninety sixty three resist. I and miraculous Where he had successive hits by Daunting love the crystals were nets. of course one after the out the by these And then of course we have the righteous brothers. You've must that loving feeling Which i think is probably still one of the most if be most played record ever on pop. Music radio River deep mountain. High by i can see in. Its own He he was a phenomenon so many what what he does really is that he is out that era between the first Gusto blast rock and roll in the late. Nineteen fifties with artists. Like little richard and fats domino chuck berry it's rematch between the arrival of the beaches And the british invasion in america in ninety sixty four and period between from as you say prepar. The late is through throughout sixty four sixty five a spectrum was just about the hottest thing in american pop music and yet by age twenty six. He invests everything into one last monumental rolling the dice with a single with i contain a turner river deep mountain high. It's stiffs in the us. And essentially he goes into retirement at twenty six. That's true mean that's a very very important in his career because i think by that point The feeling in the record industry was already but the wall of sound this unique sound the spectrum prison the feeling was that he was grabbing kind stale And i think specter was aware of that so he was also that he wasn't terribly popular man in the recording industry itself so this joke is becoming less and less inclined to play. His records was another of resentment against phil. Facts up So he pulled everything into that into that record with. I can see And some people would say is the actual sort of some nation as it were the wall of sound. That's not my view. My view is that the crystals records Do wrong ron And certainly you've lost that you've lost that loving feeling to me. Those those are the actual sort of really ethics spectrum productions. I i find the river deep mountain high a little bit of a complicated little over cluttered the fact that it was a it was a terrible failure in america and there are lots of reasons that have been abandoned so that one is that it was neither a black radical. Nora white record one is as i say that the street was all set to take revenge. On phil spector but whatever reasons especially it was absolutely crushed by this and he actually took out an advertisement in the american trade Trade magazines benedict on was right sizing. The degreaser traded sided with the british against the americans. Because the record have been a number one record. In in britain britain always loved those specs. a a never lost that love for him but in america he become cold and he withdrew from the industry for many many years. And that was that. Was the death knell of spectators. Great moment in rock and roll and so now that have given kind of a pocket history of his initial rise and fall. Let's go back and talk about his his origin. Where did phil spector. come from. What was his family like. He was born in the bronx in new york in Thousand nine hundred forty And grew up in a working class household in in in the bronx His fault for still company and tragedy struck very own like his father killed himself. When phil was nine and the family which is to say fill his mother and his elder sister shirley moved to los angeles and i think he was very much a fish out of water in los angeles Here he was. This is small Or runs ish looking pail Not serve repossessing young man Suddenly cost into this land of the gods in in in la with propential- sunshine which spector hated. Never liked sunshine wasn't interested the slide. Bit all wasn't interested in the slightest bit in the beach I also things went easy for him at home I mean giving the his father. Children self There was a lot of anger and a lot of sadness in the family and a lot of rowing and phil was constantly being put upon by both his mother and his sister. Somebody describes it as a tag team in wrestling. These two rooms take turns picking on poor little still so he was. He was the out cost very much but he had he had this one great ruling grace. Which was that. He had a.

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Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector dies

"World is weighing in on the news of Phil Spector's death. The rock and roll producer and convicted murderer died of covert 19 over the weekend. He was 81. He was serving a 19 years to life sentence for murdering actress Lana Clarkson at his mansion, Alhambra in 2003. Specter was a hugely influential music producer in the 19 sixties, working with artists ranging from the Beach Boys and the Beatles. The righteous brothers.

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"The way popular music is made. California State prison officials say eccentric producer Phil Specter died in the hospital of Natural Causes. At the age of 81. ABC is Kristopher Watson. With Phil Spector's story, one of the most influential producers in pop music history. Phil Spector's unmistakable wall of sound studio mastery revolutionized recording. Produced hits for the Righteous Brothers, the run at Psych and Tina Turner and more in the sixties that it be 70 saw Specter working with John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles After producing the band's final studio album, Let it be Dropping Out of sight For decades, Specter resurfaced in 2003 accused and then convicted after two trials of murdering actress Lana Clarkson and sentenced to 19 years to life in prison in California. Kristopher Watson ABC News This is

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Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

BBC Newshour

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Phil Spector, music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Convicted murderer with a long history of physically and mentally abusing his partners and colleagues, a man who transformed the sound of popular music rarely if ever, in the contrast between the person and the artist had been more pronounced than in the case of Phil Specter, the American producer who's died at the age of 81. His death was confirmed not by family friends or a publicist, but by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. That's because the man who invented the wall of sound died inside the walls of a prison where he was serving his sentence for shooting dead the actress Lana Clarkson shortly after meeting her in

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Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Phil Spector, famed music producer and murderer, dies at 81

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

A Look Back at Phil Spector's Storied Past

"Music producer Phil Spector has died of natural causes in a California prison where he was serving nineteen years to life for murder he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career Phil Spector was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like be My Baby he's a rebel and you've lost that Lovin Feelin it was characterized by overdubs of string instruments vocals and sound effects what he called little symphonies for the kids his eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius but it grew more erratic his marriage to Ronnie Bennett to the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home specter was convicted of murdering actor Lana Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in two thousand three

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Phil Spector, revolutionary music producer who was convicted of murder in 2009, dead at 81

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Phil Spector, revolutionary music producer who was convicted of murder in 2009, dead at 81

"Music producer convicted of murdering an actress has died at 81. Specter wrote and produced many number one songs in the United States and in the UK, also developing the wall of sound technique in 2009. Specter was convicted of murder of Lana Clarkson and was serving a 19 year prison sentence. Again. Revolutionary music producer Phil Specter dead at 81.

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

Whitfill Nursery

00:14 sec | 8 months ago

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"Came to prominence for his production technique dubbed the Wall of Sound. He was serving a 19 years to life prison sentence in California for the shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson. State Department of Corrections said the 80 year old died of natural causes You're listening to ABC News.

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Continuous Glucose Monitors

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Continuous Glucose Monitors

"Hi everybody and welcome. This is episode number one, hundred, eighty, one of the intermittent fasting podcast I'm melanie avalon and imagine Stevens Hi everybody. How are you today Jen I am fabulous I am just immersed in all sorts of amazing data and learning about myself until like to elaborate I would. Melanie knows because she knows what I'm doing but for readers of Fast Feast repeat and even readers of. Fear you know I've been talking about personalized nutrition since I saw that famous Ted talk that I talk about with Dr Erin Seagal I saw it I twenty seventeen and it literally changed my life to understand that we all have personalized responses to foods and some of it's based on our genetic background. But a lot of it is in our gut microbiome and really just hormonal health in general. In fast, Feast repeat I talked about the work that Tim Spector is doing. He's my favorite Gut microbiome researcher from the UK and he had a study called the predict study, and then the predict to study which some of my friends did a year ago and I am now participating in the third round of this predict three it's with an APP called Zoe and he's one of the collaborators with. It but as part of the study for the past seven days I've been wearing a continuous blood glucose monitor that they sent me and I have to send it back, which is so sad because man is an opening to see how my body responds to different foods with my blood glucose. So I can see you know what it's doing all during the day all during the night up 'cause day. On how it responds to foods I'm so happy to report that I'm not surprised the foods that I thought that worked well for many guess what they work. Well, they do. So are you eating some of their stuff and your stuff? Well, I had to do that for two days. There were two days where I had to start the day eating these muffins that they sent me Oh, my Lord. Yuck. For listeners, we wanted to record the podcast earlier, which was like I can't record a podcast after eating the muffin. Hours right. I mean I was predicting that it was before I had even eaten the muffins but I had a feeling because I had to eat them in the morning cacique. You couldn't have anything before the muffins except water. Wake up in the morning and drink black coffee. So I had to eat the muffins and then wait four hours and then eat the muff a there were actually different muffins and then wait two hours and then I could you know have real food the first day of that opened at eight am and I never eat at eight am even on vacation you know if I'm going to have breakfast, we usually end up doing more of a brunch. So I can't think of the last time I've had food at eight am but I had to eat. I think it was three muffins that had been frozen and then I microwave dumb and the first round of muffins I think they're testing fat clearance like how quickly your body clears out fat after you eat a high fat meal. These were high fat muffins. There are high fat. Because, you could tell by reading the ingredients list you would not have probably eaten these muffins. going. To say. This is not a melanie study. No, you probably wouldn't have eaten the muffins but the first ingredient was like safflower oil or something Oh. Gosh. I know I, know I know but I ate them muffins than I was so crabby for those three hours 'cause they weren't satisfying at all. You know if I could put some butter on there or some strawberry jam but no I had to they tasted like a mix between a cornbread muffin and pound cake. But with less flavor said, then the the second set of muffins they were like gluten free cash I duNno? low-fat Muffins. But My my blood glucose responded great to both sets them up I had to do this blood test or I had to like squeeze out all this blood on this card and send it off to be anyway they're going to test the. I think my fat clearance because you had to do a certain number of hours after that, and it gives you a lot of information, but I also had to send an poop sample. That's right up my alley. Yeah. So that was interesting. It was a little more hardcore than the one I did for the American gut project. I won't go into details, but it was interesting. Let's just say and then I took them all to the post office and mail them in. Also. Fun, this guy like what's on your arm it was continuous blood glucose monitor and you know and I thought that was very bold question to ask a stranger at the post office but I explained it. But I should've said this is poop in this box, but I didn't. is putting it on hard. It was actually so very easy. It has the ability shared, but I did it you stick it to the back of your arm and you just in this little thing and you just click and then it just POPs. said it was easier than the finger stick. Okay two. Brands of CGM I'm betting great now. I haven't done either one yet. Well, this information is just so important I think because it's it's showed me. Like I had one meal that I've eaten so far that did not work very well for me. It was the only one and it was a flat bread topped with like a a lemon ricotta and then sauteed Brussels sprouts and then like Parmesan cheese and then a hot honey that one shot my blood glucose up higher than anything has so far probably the honey. But when I've eaten potatoes when I've eaten rice even. Toast. With egg on top. I. Have a very slow steady. Roz than a slow steady back down. I think that flat bread didn't have a lot of fat with the I mean had some fat but I probably normally have more fat with my carbs. So it just kinda spiked to me right up.

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"spector" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"How the food scores human given can actually change the way you feel and heavily lose some weight and gain some energy. So I think this is an extremely exciting time. Now with pushing the science that we've learned into practice and. The first people that are actually giving us real time feedback on this who are. Ultimately the people we want to stop using this, which is the general public not people in trials thousand people actually prepared to go out there and buy a product and see how it gets home. So it's extremely citing time and. I'm I'm a very lucky guy to. Live through this and hopefully some of my. Discoveries. Put into action. Thank you Tim Spector my legends of the epic table community as over the last few weeks we've discussed a lot on gut health epidemiology was really good to get a foundations. I. Own Genes obviously these things that we should obviously credit because it is the basic foundation of our. Mehta. Insane though these things we can't control where the more we can control these factors lost off choices that we make every single day, and here they have a greater dispersion of overall growth and development is truly exciting. It means guys have control of your future and development optimized performance, which excites me united choices in food plant diversity. Obviously the why that we you active activists well. That really gets me excited I. Look forward to hearing from you throughout the week what you love. Make sure you tag on instagram with your three favorite themes in today's episode, and of course, joining next week, and if you have any questions, John Be Friday chat on a more than happy to respond with any forms. Research Studies and things that we can help you and your white and sign that that includes all about team. So make sure check out the show nights as well for me up and he's doing and the work is already done. Thanks legends catching and catch next week..

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"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

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"spector" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"February. Second Nineteen seventy five New York. City. Ronnie Spector cashed another alimony check. She flipped it over to endorse it and saw the same stamped message that she had come to expect in faded black ink. It read. Faulk you. Fill was still demeaning her through his court ordered monthly payments still jockeying for the upper hand. The last word still imagining he can lord over her from a top high heeled shoes ignored his Napoleonic frame. The stamp that he put on the back of every check gas had Ronnie in the same way it's said she had been the problem not him how could a genius be the source of the problem after all before the checks with the fuck you stamps through even more passive aggressive payouts the second alimony payment he ever made consisted entirely of Nichols all. Twelve, hundred, fifty dollars it was delivered by armed guards with shotguns bill had it all the mansion, the children, the Camaro, the career Rony, get a monthly payment from her ex husband but she didn't have much more than that. She had no label she had no producer. She didn't even hear songs coming out of car stereos on the streets of Spanish Harlem anymore. When Ronnie Thought of the things that gave her comfort enjoy she noted that they had all been taken away from her her children, her freedom, her career, her dignity, her sanity. When she thought of the things that it seem so easy seems second nature things like waltzing to the front of the line, the peppermint lounge or hearing the opening thunder crack playback of walking in the rain with fill in the control room. Those things seemed like a lifetime away. It had all been. So he's he and then it got unbelievably hard. She wanted it to be easy again but if she couldn't go back in time the least she could do as forget about the present. She poured herself glass of Cognac in bed and reclined. When she woke up her pillow was wet and so was your signature. Beehive. HAIRDO. The bottle of Cognac had fallen over when she fell asleep her bed was soaked frustrated that she was now out of Cognac, and in a web bed, she lit a cigarette. She took a long slow dragged started to think about how she can make it easy again, and then she drifted off. When she woke up for the second time there was smoke coming from her head flames on the pillow she reached up to touch her beehive was gone. Everything was gone. Nineteen. Seventy five was a long way from nineteen, sixty four. Nineteen, sixty, four when Ronnie istel in nature stepped off a plane in London, the talk of the town on two continents, their entire lives and careers ahead of the girl group to begin and end all girl groups the in sound from Spanish town. Ronnie was hounded by everyone wanted by everyone desired by everyone. There wasn't one man who crossed her path who didn't want to be your baby. Not, least of all was Keith Richards who despite Phil? Spector's warning to the stones manager Andrew Lock, Oldham, developed a lump in the throat pain in the heart crush on Ronnie that wasn't easily shaken Ronnie shook Keith core shook him right out of his bad boy pose into one of a love struck poppy Oldham with telling the knock it off then Phil Spector with town the watch himself Keith didn't measly knockoff Keith wasn't easily botched. Keith and Ronnie fill twisted up together in nineteen, sixty four and beyond and Keith would have his own secrets to keep in stories to tell secrets in stories from time back before things soured with Ronnie and Phil back before Phil burrowed deeper into a life of solitude paranoia and murder all to keep that title that genius title. because. You can't keep that title without leaving a little blood on.

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"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

"February second nineteen, seventy five New York City. Ronnie Spector cashed another alimony check. She flipped it over to endorse it and saw the same stamped message that she had come to expect in faded black ink. It read fuck you. Fill was still demeanor through his court ordered monthly payments still jockeying for the upper hand. The last word still imagining he can lord over her from top high heeled shoes that ignored his napoleonic. France? Stamp that he on the back of every check gas lighted Ronnie in the same way. It said that she had been the problem not him how could a genius be the source the problem after all? Before the checks with the fuck you stamps, there are even more passive aggressive payouts. The second alimony payment he ever made consisted entirely of Nichols all twelve, hundred, fifty dollars it was delivered by armed guards, guns bill had it all the mansion, the children, the Camaro, the career. Running a monthly payment from her husband, but she didn't have much more than that. She had no label she had no producer. She didn't even hear songs coming out of car stereos on the streets Spanish Harlem anymore. When Ronnie Thought of the things that gave her comfort and joy. She noted that they had all been taken away from her her children, her freedom, her career, her dignity, her sanity. When she thought of the things that it seemed so easy seems second nature things like waltzing to the front of the line, the peppermint lounge or hearing the opening thunder crack on a playback of walking in the rain with fill in the control room. Those things seemed like a lifetime away. It had all been so easy and then it got unbelievably hard. She. Wanted it to be easy again. But if she couldn't go back in time the leash she could do is forget about the president. She poured herself a glass of Cognac in bed and reclined. When she woke up her pillow was wet and so was your signature Beehive Hairdo. The bottle of Cognac had fallen over when she fell asleep her bed was so frustrated that she was now out of Cognac and in a wet bed, she lit a cigarette. She took a long slow dragged started to think about how she can make it easy again, and then she drifted off. When she woke up for the second time there was smoke coming from her head flames on the pillow she reached up to touch beehive was gone. Everything was gone. Nineteen seventy five was a long way from nineteen, sixty four. Nineteen sixty four when Ronnie is still major stepped off a plane in London the talk of the town on two continents, their entire lives and careers ahead of the girl group to begin and end all girl groups the in sound from Spanish Harlem Tout. Ronnie was hounded by everyone wanted by everyone desired by everyone. There wasn't one man who crossed her pather didn't want to be your baby. Not, least of all was Keith Richards who despite Phil Spector's warning to the stones manager Andrew. Lock Oldham, developed a lump in the throat pain in the heart crush on Ronnie that wasn't easily shaken. Ronnie should Keith to the core. Shook him right out of his bad boy pose and into one of love struck poppy Oldham would tell the knock it off and Phil Spector town the watch himself keystone measly knockoff keith wasn't easily botched. Keith and Ronnie and Phil will be twisted up together in nineteen, sixty four and beyond and Keith. Would have his own secrets to keep in stories to tell secrets and stories from a time back before things soured with Ronnie and Phil back before Phil burrowed deeper into a life of solitude paranoia and murder all to keep that title that Jesus title. Because you can't keep that title without leaving a little blood.

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"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

27 Club

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on 27 Club

"February second nineteen seventy five New York. City. Ronnie Spector. Cashed another alimony check. She flipped it over to endorse it and saw the same stamped message that she had come to expect in faded black ink. It read faulk you. Fill was still demeanor through his court ordered monthly payments still jockeying for the upper hand. The last word still imagining he can lord over her from top high heeled shoes that ignored his napoleonic frame. The stamp that he on the back of every check gas lighted Ronnie in the same way. It said that she had been the problem not him how could a genius be the source the problem after all? Before the checks with the fuck you stamps, there are even more passive aggressive payouts. The second alimony payment he ever made consisted entirely of Nichols all twelve, hundred, fifty dollars it was delivered by armed guards, guns bill had it all the mansion, the children, the Camaro, the career. Running a monthly payment from her ex husband but she didn't have much more than that. She had no label she had no producer. She didn't even hear songs coming out of car stereos on the streets Spanish Harlem. Anymore. When Ronnie Thought of the things that gave her comfort and joy. She noted that they had all been taken away from her her children, her freedom, her career, her dignity, her sanity. When she thought of the things that it seemed so easy seems second nature things like waltzing to the front of the line, the peppermint lounge or hearing the opening thunder crack on a playback of walking in the rain with fill in the control room. Those things seemed like a lifetime away. It had all been so easy and then it got unbelievably hard. She wanted it to be easy again. But if she couldn't go back in time, the leash she could do is forget about the president. She poured herself a glass of Cognac in bed and reclined. When she woke up her pillow was wet and so was your signature Beehive Hairdo The bottle of Cognac had fallen over when she fell asleep her bed was so frustrated that she was now out of Cognac and in a wet bed, she lit a cigarette. She took a long slow dragged started to think about how she can make it easy again, and then she drifted off. When she woke up for the second time, there was smoke coming from her head flames on the pillow she reached up to touch beehive is gone. Everything was gone. Nineteen seventy five was a long way from nineteen, sixty four. Nineteen sixty four when Ronnie is still major stepped off a plane in London the talk of the town on two continents, their entire lives and careers ahead of the girl group to begin and end all groups the in sound from. Spanish. Harlem. Tout. Ronnie was hounded by everyone wanted by everyone desired by everyone. There wasn't one man who crossed her pather didn't want to be your baby. Not. least of all was Keith Richards, who despite Phil, Spector's warning to the stones manager Andrew. Lock Oldham developed a lump in the throat pain in the heart crush on Ronnie that wasn't easily shaken. Ronnie should Keith to the core. Shook him right out of his bad boy pose and into one of love struck poppy Oldham would tell the knock it off and Phil. Spector, town the watch himself keystone measly knockoff keith wasn't easily botched. Keith and Ronnie and Phil will be twisted up together in nineteen, sixty, four and beyond and Keith would have his own secrets to keep in stories to tell secrets and stories from a time back before things soured with Ronnie and Phil back before Phil burrowed deeper into a life of solitude paranoia and murder all to keep that title that Jesus title. Because you can't keep that title without leaving a little blood.

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"spector" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"More than late night comedians helped make sense of this craziness. Welcome to the Carlos Watson show look it's going to be brand new deep conversations with everyone from now. Glad. Walt to Paris Hilton back again join me Carlos Watson. On the Ozzy Youtube Channel or listening to the podcast version on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever else you listen citizen critic is the podcast where we critique the critic's review, the reviews of movies and television like Tiger King, the shining, and once upon a time in Hollywood, the movie should've been reduced to ninety minutes even then it would have sucked because there is no tie in with the characters really because. Of It. In. My own head never makes sense listen to citizen critic on the iheartradio APP, apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Blood on the tracks is the production of I, heart radio and double. Elvis. Phil Spector was a musical genius one of the most successful record producers of all time. He's now sitting behind bars serving a nineteen years to life sentence for murder. This is a story told by so called friends. This is special agent Paul Ramon with Federal Bureau of Investigation Working Case Number Double Four Dash One zero deaths seven four one, nine case subject Specter Philip Harvey. This information pertains to the period ending December fifteenth, nineteen seventy four interview subject to Specter Veronica is that interview number seven, Dash Zero, five, Dash, three, six, six, three, recall number one, February fourteenth, two, thousand,.

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"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"All Right Ronnie followed unfinished business with the critically acclaimed. She talks to rainbows, a nine, hundred, ninety, nine, set produced by her good friend, Joey Ramone who provided support as she recovered from. You know that traumatic marriage with Phil Spector She continued to tour through the end of the nineteen nineties in two, thousand and three. The original Ron Nets sued Phil Spector for withholding royalties. He owed them for their songs winning three million dollar settlement So good. Also in that year, two, thousand and three. Fill was imprisoned for the murder of the actor. Lana Clarkson in his home. was in those home in. He's in jail for her murder Yup I. Remember when it happened. In, two thousand seven, the Ron were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. In the five decades since Ronnie walked into a recording studio, she's contributed to well over a hundred and fifty records, including eighty top forty hits, and a handful of singles that are among the greatest records ever made. The biography website in two thousand fourteen wrote this about Ronnie. Through her though her life has certainly not being perfect Ronnie Spector in the Ron s will always be remembered for perfectly capturing the explosive intersection of girl, power, teen, angst and social freedom of the nineteen sixties. She still performs and shows no signs of slowing down. Ronnie says I don't do regrets and I ain't bitter. As I get older, I think. Maybe everything in life was meant to be the way I look at it I'm still here. I'm still seeing people still love my voice and I made some great pop records song that people hold in their hearts. Their whole lives ain't. Nobody can take that away from me. She is the best man that's the story of Ronnie Spector. Oh my God that was so good. What an incredible woman and like wouldn't insane story. I'm so glad that she got out of there when she did and. was able to rebuild her career and do what she loves so much to do again and they're so inspiring. I mean. The first time I read it I, flew through it and then. Typing it up. I enjoyed it so much. Glistening to every single artist in piece of music that she mentioned in, it was like. Incredible and yeah, so that's that's a story of survival Ronnie Spector fucking. Awesome. That was wild and yeah. You picked great music choices. This is I think one of my favorite episodes especially for. The the music and the story. She's just amazing. You presented perfectly. Thank you for that. I think it looks like it's going to be one of our longer episodes that we've ever put out, too. But how can they leave any of that out exactly like? Ranked? That's that that's it for this week. Everybody. We hope you liked it. Yes. And We're here for. We're talking again, so please keep keep talking with us to. And we'll see you next time. Music is produced by Shantelle. New and links leary and is part.

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"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"All Right Ronnie followed unfinished business with the critically acclaimed. She talks to rainbows, a nine, hundred, ninety, nine, set produced by her good friend Joey Ramone. Who provided support as she recovered from? You know that traumatic marriage with Phil Spector. She continued to tour through the end of the nineteen nineties in two, thousand and three. The original Ron Nets sued full specter for withholding royalties owed them for their songs winning three million dollar settlement So good? Also in that year two, thousand and three. Fill was imprisoned for the murder of the actor Lana Clarkson in his home. was in those home in. He's in jail for her murder Yup I. Remember when it happened. in two thousand seven, the Ron were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. In the five decades since Ronnie walked into a recording studio, she's contributed to well over a hundred and fifty records, including eighty top forty hits, and a handful of singles that are among the greatest records ever made. The biography website in two thousand fourteen wrote this about Ronnie. Through her though her life has certainly not being perfect, Ronnie Spector in the Ron s will always be remembered for perfectly capturing the explosive intersection of girl, power, teen, angst and social freedom of the nineteen sixties. She still performs and shows no signs of slowing down. Ronnie says I. Don't do regrets and I ain't bitter as I get older, I think. Maybe everything in life was meant to be the way. I look at it I'm still here. I'm still seeing people still love my voice and I made some great pop records song that people hold in their hearts. Their whole lives ain't. Nobody can take that away from me. She is the best man that's the story of Ronnie Spector Oh. My God that was so good. What an incredible woman and like wouldn't insane story. I'm so glad that she got out of there when she did and. was able to rebuild her career and do what she loves so much to do again and they're so inspiring. Yeah I mean. The first time I read it. I flew through it and then. Typing it up. I enjoyed it so much. Glistening to every single artist in piece of music that she mentioned in, it was like. Incredible and yeah, so that's that's a story of survival. Ronnie Spector fucking. Awesome that was wild and yeah. You picked great music choices. This is I think one of my favorite episodes especially for? The the music and the story. She's just amazing. You presented perfectly. Thank you for that. I think it looks like it's going to be one of our longer episodes that we've ever put out, too. But how can they leave any of that out exactly like? that's that that's it for this week, everybody. We hope you liked it. Yes. and. We're here for we're talking again, so please keep keep talking with us to. And we'll see you next time. Music is produced by Shantelle new and links, leary, and is part.

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"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Paying and Ronnie, remained friends and main. who sounds really cool, invited Ronnie to David Bowie show at Madison Square Garden. Damn. Ronnie said that she didn't know a damn thing about David Bowie, but why not? They went to the show, and they were so close to the stage. She says that David could see her just as well as she could see him. Afterwards, they all went to a restaurant where she met David. He invited her to have dinner with him. And she sat down and ate a meal with David Bowie. One to another ooh, they made love. ooh of YOU TIMES They had fun. At! Amazing. This keeps getting better. So. Ronnie went on tour with Johnny and Nash Ashbury Dukes. The ones that she recorded that song with, and they opened for Bruce Springsteen, and the e street band, and occasionally Ronnie would get up on stage and sing with Bruce. This was around the time that it was suggested to her that she record say goodbye to Hollywood. The song that Billy Joel had written inspired by her. So cool. So this is what. Ronnie has to say about that song. Yes Steve said that's Billy Doing Ronnie Spector. When I told him I was going to try and get you to do the song he was floating on air. He wrote the thing three years ago, but he told me he had you in mind the whole time. Did. You ever have one of those days when you just knew that God was smiling on you while he was grinning from ear to ear the day we recorded, say goodbye to Hollywood, everything on that record just fell into place. The e street band backed me up with Little Steven Van Zandt producing and that guy really knew how to bring my voice out. stevie created a sound that was as close to Phil's as anyone ever got, but the record still sounded extremely modern, and I give credit to Bruce's e street band for that. That's so cool. Right and I love that she found other incredible. Talented artists like her to work with again. You know it wasn't like she cheated need fill. For sure totally. Yeah. Meta. Man named Johnny Greenfeld, one of the production stage managers on the show and with him. She felt like she was home. Would become her husband. And so talk about Dante in the twins for a moment back in California. It came to everyone's attention. Once Dante ran away from the House at eight that Phil had subjected the boys to the same verbal and mental abuse that Ronnie had suffered. Dante went to live with. Ronnie but it was apparent very quickly that Phil had done some very significant damage to him. Man It was very difficult. They had a very strained and difficult time together, and Ronnie was performing a lot, and she still hadn't gotten a hold on her drinking, so when Dante went to go visit his grandmother. Phil's mother in California Dante said that he wanted to stay with his grandmother because he was afraid to go back and live with Ronnie and so. They set it up. That thought where Dante would stay. Wow. Ronnie had hit rock bottom when she was drinking in bed, spilled the alcohol and fell asleep with a lit cigarette, causing some of her bed to burn and most of her hair. But she yan coming out of a deep hole after that looking for daylight. Eventually started growing back thicker than ever heard Jonathan were married and had two children together two boys. Ronnie enjoyed her home life with her husband and their two kids and Connecticut. Being a mom and recovering And in Nineteen eighty-six. She got a call from any money. Who wanted to record a song with her? The song was be my baby, and once they recorded it. The single went through the roof. The video played on MTV. They sang it everywhere from David Letterman to American bandstand and she was a presenter at the American Music Awards and Co host in the MTV show with Eddie Amazing. Put out an album called unfinished business. I remember that music video she you. Should we play this? Let's do it here it is..

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"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You can't have any, and so after that there wasn't any discussion about breaking up the group. The raw nets were signed with fill in with Phil Spector in March of Nineteen, sixty three. They rehearsed every night of the week and he was obsessed with them. Then he would send the other two girls home because he wanted to just work with Ronnie on her vocals, and it was during that time that their romance began. Of course. So even though he's piece of shift and I I hate hamlet. Talk about what made him such a legendary producer. Roenick lanes that he had a musical fluency. He could play any instrument and show you know any of the session musicians. On their own instruments exactly what he wanted, he had control in the studio and was hyper aware. Of the detail, and of course he built that very famous wall of sound that many musicians would try to recreate or have him. do or would like. Ask Her about for years after that. So this is what Ronnie says. Even before we had a hit record, we had a hard core of fans who followed us from show to show, and for some reason, a lot of them seem to be gay men or lesbians. I'm not sure why maybe it was because we were half breeds and the gay crowd sense that the raw nuts were outsiders just like they were whatever the reason there was something about our style. That spoke to a lot of gay people because they've always been there for us. Even today I meet gay guys who saw the Ron that's at the cafe, walk or the bazaar in the village, and they can still name every song. We did other show. That happened twenty five years ago. Wow, they really have devoted loving fans. Yep. Before be, my baby came out there. Fans could only see them at live shows. So as they geared up to record, there was one incident where Ronnie visited Phil's House and since she had never been in a penthouse before she was poking round out of curiosity, found a room with women's shoes scattered all around them. To see that other side of Phil, he kind of yelled at her, for snooping turned pink and said they were his sisters. Whereas Sisters No. Lung and naive and she believed him. Roddy in their swint California to record be my baby. One part of the recording process was having background voices for a lot of what Phil recorded. He wanted to amplify the sound. And if you happen to be in the studio and could carry a tune, he'd have you seen backup. One of the young backup singers that happened to be there for be. My baby was none other than a gawky teenager named Cher. Oh Nice. Sharon Ronnie hit it off immediately. They were about the same age. They both had stars in their eyes. They traded eyeliner and gossip and would soon find out that they did have a lot more in common than just that. Yeah, they did. Be My. Baby hit the charts in the last week of August nineteen, sixty three, and after that, Ronnie says the thrills just kept getting bigger for the first time at the Brooklyn Fox. They weren't just that and special guests on the Marquis. It was their name up there in the lights as the headliners be. My baby hit number one on the cashbox, one hundred and went number two on billboard. It was a huge hit. They got a check for a thousand dollars each and we're all tees and to show. How young runny! HOW YOUNG RUNNING WEST! She just handed over to her mom for safekeeping. Weirdly, though even though Phil was the millionaire, he take the girls out for Pie and coffee and make them pay. Because all he had in his wallet was one hundred dollar bills and the restaurant couldn't break that. WHAT AN ASS! Other Times. The girls would have to take the subway home because they gave all their money to fill for him to take a cab home. Oh. But by the fall of nineteen, sixty three Ronnie's dreams were coming true. And should we play? Be My baby right now. Let's do it, you know it. You love it, but here it is..

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"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"The manager realized that they weren't. The dancers originally thought they were, but he offered them a job on the spot. So, they'd come in every night. Do a couple of numbers with the starters and then dance above the crowd on narrow banisters that circled the floor. SO COOL! They finished at two or three in the morning and she'd be doing the same move. She had been doing in her living room, but for. People Wow That's like such a meant to be story so crazy. With the exposure they were getting. They figured it would be a good time to change their name. Rani's mother pointed out that the Bob Bets and the Marvel let's had both had hits recently, so they came up with the Ron. Debts, Piece of all of the girls names in it. They dropped the D. and they became the riots. Cool. Which is a hell of a name. And Yeah, it is a little piece of all of their names. Right after okay, I'm GonNa read a little something. Ronnie says right after we got hired at the peppermint Lounge Columbia. Pictures came down there to make. Hey, let's twist a teenage dance movie. That starred Joey Dee in the star lighters. We were thrilled of course because we thought this would be our big break to the star lighters. Love does so much that Joey Dee and David Brigade. He wanted the three of us to play their girlfriends in the movie. We even went down to the set to the me to casting director, but he took one look at our complexions and walked away. Allowing use them. He told Joey de there too light to play black girls and too dark to play white girls. The audience wouldn't know if they were supposed to be white or black. Wow we were heartbroken. Of course losing our chance at movie stardom was devastating especially after the flop of our first record, and we sang pretty low for a few weeks. We still went down to watch the filming, but it killed us to see the white actresses. They'd hired to play the star lighters girlfriends. Closest Week to being in the movie was when we played dancers in a crowd scene, and that's where we stayed in the crowd. Need Ya Estella and I finally went to see the movie the day it opened, but it wasn't much fun. While all the other kids in the theater laughed and eat popcorn. The three of us just sat in the last row of the balcony and got depressed. We were probably probably the only girls in New York who cried all the way through? Hey, let's twist. Oh. That's. We love it with that for a second. Sues leave while. How. So Murray the K Kaufman. I Dj who could make record number one faster than anyone else in the country and booked acts for a rock and roll show. He stage at the Fox theater in Brooklyn. Will. He invited the Ron to play. So Ron says that for two dollars and fifty cents you could see at least a dozen acts top names, rock and roll from stevie wonder to bobby lead to the temptations. And so they were first on the bill in the spring, of nineteen, sixty, two. At first, they were used as backup singers, but they eventually got to do if you songs on their own. The audience was really responding to their luck, which they wanted to which they wanted as to be seen larger than life, thick eyeliner teased hair, tight skirts, and that showed more and more leg especially when they started cutting slits in the sides. Really made an impact. Murray started so even. Ronnie would even say to people who questioned her that she was fine to use her sexuality like it empowered her own nice yeah. Yeah. No, I thought. It was I, thought that was. Great you know Ronnie always knew what she wanted and she knew she was comfortable with. It sounds like. I she's awesome. So. Murray started using the run ads on his radio show every night. He taped them doing little promos. Sketches and Veronica was a bummer to go back to high school after all. These shows Oh my God I bet. One last thing about how mazing, the Brooklyn Fox was is that Ronnie found playbill from nine, hundred, sixty four, and the acts on that bill that night included the Shangri Laws Marvin Gaye the miracles, the supremes, the contours, the temptations, the searchers and the Americans and the New Beats Oh my God. That's one night. By God, That's whenever. She said that whenever they run into Stevie. Wonder, he tell them that they looked so great in those red dresses. In nineteen sixty three, the ron nets were on the hunt for the right producer. Right, so this is the part of the story where. Things get go up and then we're going to go down right. There on nets were on the hunt for the right producer. The, producer, who knew how to use their voices that wrote songs that. Would work for their sound and be smart enough to choose songs that did work for their sound. Their New Year's resolution was to get a new producer and they had their sights set on Phil Spector. In nineteen, sixty, three Phil Spector was already a legend by the age of twenty, one was already a millionaire. Wow, yeah, he'd already produced some incredible records. They thought about how they could get a hold of him and decided you just call his record company. Since a style was the Valedictorian, she called, and when the secretary answered, she asked to speak to Mr. Spector and she got through. Wow! Not only that he invited them to. to the studio the following night. It wasn't until later that he kind of let it slip that he had seen them at the Brooklyn Fox many times, and had known exactly who they were the whole time. Interesting Ronnie describes fill at the age of twenty two as a real little guy who already had a receding hairline and almost no chin. It's true. It's exactly what it looks like yeah and like. He was really self conscious, and he was constantly wearing to pays and wigs. And Yeah! Huge. You'll piece of shit, okay. What Ronnie says he had great is she thought he was adorable? So, that night, he sat at the piano. They sang. They went for sandwiches and his limo and Ronnie says that she really liked him from the very first day that she met him. Even her mother thoughtful was charming and funny. Phil had told Beatrice that the other two girls were all right, but it was Ronnie's voice that he wanted. but Beatrice told him that they came together. They were a package deal. So take them all, or you can't have any, and so after that there wasn't any discussion about breaking up the group. The raw nets were signed with Phil and Phil Spector in March of Nineteen, sixty three. They rehearsed every night of the.

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"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Everyone, welcome to muses, we are the podcast that talks about the women, the groupies, though wives, the girlfriends, the inspirations in the lovers. In Rock and roll music. How're you doing SEAN T he links. I'm doing all right. How are you doing all right as well? It's been. An interesting. An interesting couple months, but it's been a intense couple weeks as well and. It's a lot. There's been like a lot. To process that's right. A lot has happened. We are recording this episode on June eighth, and so it's going to come out. In like three or four days and we know how much. Difference a day can make before we get started on her episode. We just wanted to let everybody know that we didn't release a Patriot episode last week. And Solidarity with black lives matter and we wanted to leave space both on our feet as well as our instagram and our social media's to amplify black voices. So we shared some resources on our page things to sign for both in the station Canada's well because that's where we are, we're in Canada. And Yeah so I think it's important to know because I don't think it does just go without saying right instead of just jumping into the episode. And not addressing anything, because it doesn't just go without saying it's important to say that. We stand in solidarity with the protests, black lives matter and we condemned police brutality absolutely. So we are in this for the long run, and we are committed to continuing this fight against racism and being anti racist, while we're learning taking action to achieve to achieve structural change. and. Yeah I mean. We're committed to growing even if that means fucking up and. This includes examining our own racial indoctrinations in developing and understanding of what we've done, both personally and culturally to oppress bi. In our society. So Lincoln I are in a group with our friends with seven other women, and as well as having conversations online with a variety of people, and we've been having uncomfortable conversations. We've been sitting in that. Links, it's it's been really great to see everyone. Be So to talking about things and learning, so it's been a positive to be a part of these conversations as well. Yeah, and not just talking to the people like in our bubble. Right in our as they say, Echo Chamber, agree with us, but also having the conversations with people that aren't agreeing us or people are posting things that are questionable kind of calling them on like intentive things and. Yeah it's it's I feel like. In this only this week alone, you know so much learning. It has been going on. It does feel it's about time, but it's it's just. It's so great that it's happening now. And, so we're committed to continuing to signing petitions donating to causes that directly impact black people in a positive way people of color like four the rest of our lives, and actually before we started recording on Instagram of course and one post, just happened to catch me right before we started talking in. It's by a Kendra, and her handles Kendra amorous and They say after you post and share info, which is important. Step away from the Internet and do the real work. The real work is reconstructing you and how you interact with the world. Nobody will see this. You won't get a cookie, but you will become a better citizen. That is enough. That is so well, said. Yeah, so. It seems like this is the perfect episode to be doing this week as well. Yeah so I bought this book. At the end of April and began the episode at the beginning of May. It's called. Be My baby. How I survived Mascara miniskirts and madness or my life as a fabulous Rhonette by Ronnie Spector. What a fabulous title! I know and it is important that. We, continue on with this episode as sched- as scheduled. What. Ronnie says about black artists and her horrific treatment by Phil Spector shows how ongoing structural and systemic racism. Getting everything in everyday life for black people and people of Color, and of course in the music industry. Yes. So. yeah, before we get started with the book. Is. There anything else that we may be missed and look if we did. We miss something, or if we be like, said something, and not the right way happy to be happy to talk about it I'm happy to have the conversation to. Like I said to kind of mess up and do better. Because these conversations aren't easy. I've never really spoken up publicly against race so. Here, I am. and. I completely agree with you. I'm happy that we're all open and we're open to talk, and where here and if any of you? WanNa talk to us. We're here, right. Okay. Well this book links has a foreword by share and an introduction by Billy Joel. Already, perfect. So, we'll just touch on billy Joel's. Introduction, and how for him? You know growing up going to parties what they'd be listening to was James Brown. Otis Redding Jackie Wilson But he said most of all it was the girl groups who had the toughest sand of aw. Low it, he said just as soon as I liked that drums started with. Be My baby. The whole room.

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"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"spector" Discussed on Pantheon

"Everyone welcome to muses. We are the podcast that talks about the women, the groupies, though wives, the girlfriends, the inspirations in the lovers. In Rock and roll music. How're you doing, Sean t? He links. I'm doing all right. How are you doing all right as well? It's been. An interesting. An interesting couple months, but it's been a intense couple weeks as well and. It's a lot. There's been like a lot. To process That's right. A lot has happened. We are recording this episode on June eighth and so it's going to come out. In like three or four days and we know how much. Difference a day can make before we get started on her episode. We just wanted to let everybody know that we didn't release a Patriot episode last week and solidarity with black lives matter and we wanted to leave space both on our feet as well as our instagram and our social media's to amplify black voices. So, we shared some resources on our page. Things to sign for both in the station. Canada's well because that's where we are. We're in Canada. And Yeah so I think it's important to know because I. Don't think it does just go without saying right instead of just jumping into the episode. And not addressing anything, because it doesn't just go without saying it's important to say that. We stand in solidarity with the protests, black lives matter and we condemned police brutality absolutely. So we are in this for the long run, and we are committed to continuing this fight against racism and being anti racist while we're learning taking action to achieve to achieve structural change. and. Yeah I mean we're committed to growing even if that means fucking up and. This includes examining our own racial indoctrinations in developing and understanding of what we've done, both personally and culturally to oppress bi POC. In our society. So, Lincoln I are in a group with our friends with seven other women, and as well as having conversations online with a variety of people, and we've been having uncomfortable conversations. We've been sitting in that. Links it's it's been really great to see everyone. Be So to talking about things and learning, so it's been a positive to be a part of these conversations as well. Yeah, and not just talking to the people like in our bubble. Right in our as they say, Echo Chamber, agree with us, but also having the conversations with people that aren't agreeing us or people are posting things that are questionable kind of calling them on like intentive things and. Yeah, it's it's I feel like. In this only this week alone, you know so much learning. It has been going on. It does feel it's about time, but it's it's just. It's so great that it's happening now. And so we're committed to continuing to signing petitions donating to causes that directly impact black people in a positive way people of color like four the rest of our lives, and actually before we started recording on Instagram, of course and one post, just happened to catch me right before we started talking in. It's by a Kendra and her handles. Kendra, amorous, and they say after you post and share info, which is important. Step away from the Internet and do the real work. The real work is reconstructing you and how you interact with the world. Nobody will see this. You won't get a cookie, but you will become a better. That is enough. That is so well said. Yeah so. It seems like this is the perfect episode to be doing this week as well. Yeah, so I bought this book. At the end of April and began the episode at the beginning of May, it's called. Be My baby. How I survived Mascara miniskirts and madness or my life as a fabulous Rhonette by Ronnie Spector what a fabulous title! I know and it is important that. We continue on with this episode as sched- as scheduled. What. Ronnie says about black artists and her horrific treatment by Phil Spector shows how ongoing structural and systemic racism has been affecting everything in everyday life for black people and people of Color, and of course in the music industry. Yes? So. yeah, before we get started with the book. Is there anything else that we may be missed and look if we did? We miss something, or if we may be like, said something, and not the right way happy to be happy to talk about it. I'm happy to have the conversation to. Like I said to kind of mess up and do better. Because these conversations aren't easy, I've never really spoken up publicly against race so. Here I am. And I completely agree with you. I'm happy that we're all open and we're open to talk and we're here and if any of you WANNA talk to us. We're here, right. Okay. Well this book links has a foreword by share and an introduction by Billy Joel. Already perfect. So. We'll just touch on billy Joel's. Introduction and how.

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FBI has failed to track homegrown extremists, Justice Department watchdog says

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

04:42 min | 1 year ago

FBI has failed to track homegrown extremists, Justice Department watchdog says

"Further investigate individuals who have been labeled as homegrown violent extremists that's the summary of a justice department watchdog report released yesterday more from Jeff more doc justice department reporter at The Washington Times Jeff take us through this hi this is unbelievable so the justice department Spector general did a review of the FBI got terrorism domestic terrorism cases and found that there were at least six terrorist who went on to carry out attacks that killed a total of seventy people were on the FBI's radar the new they were terrorism suspects in the FBI did not do any follow up or any investigation and these people skated and went on to carry out the attacks and it's important these are these are some of the most high profile tax we have seen in recent years for example the war machine what killed forty nine people at the pulse nightclub in Orlando is on that list the delta son who killed thirteen people at Fort Hood in two thousand nine he was on that list Esteban Santiago killed five people that terror attack at the fort Lauderdale airport he's on that list of these these are high profile names that the public has known about for some time so why has this happened why were these K. cases closed back a follow up to date they got tips they did some day to day you did some minor investigations they didn't do enough they didn't follow internal procedures when it comes to counter terrorism investigations and in some cases they close these cases determining that the that the terrorism suspect was not a threat to national security and these cases were closed in weeks in some cases three months I mean this is not a lot of time to really do a thorough follow up or investigation I one paragraph in your store you said roughly forty percent of the F. B. I.'s counter terrorism assessments one on a dress for eighteen months even after the bureau discovered investigative lapses what's going on here that's exactly what that's exactly the case that up even with the FBI after these terror attacks would go back they would do reviews they make recommendations and they found that those recommendations work followed and that's just starting that even after the FBI recognizes his own mistakes nobody in the field offices and I plan on at the FBI here in Washington the main headquarters down mistakes nobody in the field office took any steps to correct those mistakes peeled off its counterterrorism managers did not notify some agents about some of the procedures they did not do follow up to make sure procedure agents were following procedures I think bungled the thing from top to bottom being with Jeff more doc justice department reporter at The Washington Times is pieces called FBI missed chances to stop domestic terror attacks because of a lack of follow up is gonna look at a new watchdog report so what we have here of leadership failure poor training with anyone for any reason for this yeah how many should thanks it's poor training from from the agent I think it's also but it's not in the report but I mean these agents are overworked Derek handling multiple cases and I think in some cases they probably did what they felt they needed to do to move on to the next case but it's poor leadership and it's the leadership not bringing this down to the field offices that the field offices were all the grunt work and all the real investigative work is being done nothing down here in Washington is being done at least collapses across the country those people do people charges collapses were not implementing we're not implementing these guidelines there's a funny story in the inspector general's report when they talk about there's two field offices that they went to to do it to assess how they're handling terrorism investigations and they found that the procedures recommended here in Washington were not being followed until two weeks before they came which would be two weeks before the inspector general investigators came to the field office which coincidentally was the time the inspector general announced he was coming to the PO box you know that's probably not a coincidence last thing the F. B. I. needed really was another black guy that's a great point it's just been a late fee and a lot of these have been discovered by the inspector general who is by the way and the Obama appointee which I think is very important because he's been extremely critical of the F. B. I. in particular how they've been handling political matters related to the trump administration but we had I mean this isn't the first time we've had an issue with the F. B. I. dropping the ball on Karishma destinations what was not mentioned in the report but Nicolas Cruz the alleged shooter of the parkland massacre they had Pepsi he was on

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Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

Mark Simone

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 is Here!

"In the new new Mrs Maisel dropped to this morning season of Mrs Maisel is out it's so terrific we saw the first episode the other night at a party at a screening and then they had a great party at the plaza hotel and the show is so beautifully done and I really hope that golden globe nominations are gonna come out next on Monday I hope that it gets a lot of them and I hope it beats that flea bag this is a real so you know it's a real show and mid zero Mrs medical yeah as now going on a tour with this singer shy bald when you're gonna love this when you see it because he is they've invented a character is sort of like a combination of Nat King Cole Jackie Wilson Sam Cooke and he's really terrific and the actor who plays him is wonderful and may have another another performer who sings the songs because the actor doesn't think so they have another guy singing the songs of the two guys were at the premiere together they're very funny to like you know they're not like attached at the hip but what I was gonna tell you was Mrs Maisel performs at the U. S. R. show in nineteen sixty and may sing the Phil Spector version of White Christmas wow that was fast single Darlene love tool kit user but meantime Mrs Maisel same era huge hit here to it and she didn't do White Christmas Darlene love by or maybe she did at some point but Mrs Maisel is done in the past anyway they reproduce the Phil Spector wall of sound and wait to hear that's great it's a highlight of the

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"spector" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"spector" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"All i'm saying is i can't wait for last week on keith this week already already. I mean it's just so four. I started comedy. I thought every comedian was the smartest deepest thinker like the country at t._i. Yeah yeah yeah absolutely and it's just like mostly semi talk full-blown brain damage yeah i. I have not heard that we allowed to say that probably not okay. You got caught in the crossfire. Actually there is a guy who i outed on you. Did i got caught. I outed a guy named who went by vegan jewel. He did a bunch of really weird shit to me and a bunch of women in comedy and i said it on this show oh and then he didn't he threatened to kill. I spoke to him. I was on a you still alive. Yeah i was on a bus and he sat next next to me and i'm like great and you're my friends. I'm like why the fuck did you drop. A single glove and tantric has the fuck. Are you doing and he's just like saying gibberish he goes. I'm punk rock man. I'm just so punk rock and i'm like okay and he said he used this weird. Excuse that. I think you've gone before it's well. Andrea can kick my ass so it's okay yeah yeah so well. That's auto so the next morning. I wake up and it's like nine nine a._m. And i just got attacked david spector i'm going to kill you and i posted it on facebook and then everybody started like commenting and stuff and a the very big and yet when people get black and white about their shit like i'm going to kill you perfect. Now you drop the glove. Andreas person and we all decide if that's okay nice sure you've moved yourself into l._l. Territory i appreciate yeah yeah but <hes> so david gets in fights on my behalf again. I don't think i've had that many comedy. I don't know we can draw. I don't even wanna pete. Put that in any mental category now just this like slug. Let me tell you something. You don't don't fight you. Argue people go keith whether you only do standard once a year and you thank you thank you <hes> follow david online specter the force on twitter. The instagram is ross spirituality. Yes it is what does that mean. <hes> it's just dom pawn on raw sexuality but because my last name is specter one time i was on the train and there was a woman sitting next to me we had an amazing conversation and it was i was single at the time it was going really well clear and she. I had a great conversation. I was singled out there gilding and and she didn't she didn't realize that it was her stop and so she had to run off the train and she goes. How can i contact. You and i'm like i didn't have time to give him a number of like oh look me up on instagram. She's like what's your instagram and ago. It's at raw specs you -ality ops. Oh sorry this guy the website david inspector comedy dot com you host the podcast should face the nation yeah. It's on hiatus right now because my laptop broke but we not easy the n._b._c. The laptop broke. They know that your laptop gets debris from my shows in rice roaring the era. Everybody <hes> spread the word. That's how we keep the show going and we'll talk to you tomorrow. Thanks dot com.

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"spector" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"spector" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Is it weird. I kinda like it. You guys real to me all day and i am tickled. A you know idea. Shall we say when you leave you kidding me. That's as i can take a joke. I look at them side with you would even say that david. I follow online. The twitter account is at spector the force yes and i don't want people to get confused. There's another david spector out there. <hes> and on social media yes yes there is and he posts pictures of his asshole. He does he literally yes. Sometimes it's common it. Sometimes there's not right. There's usually commie post pictures of his asshole and he tells you how many took that night ooh because i thought i was interviewing the asshole today. I'm sorry to disappoint adds a lot so if you can answer all the questions i give you many loads. Did you taking ask today today. Nine close picture. Someone's <unk> asshole yeah a friend of mine. Who's not a comedian was looking for me on twitter to be supportive reporter. David spector on twitter is this. I would love to have that kind of confidence in my asshole. I don't yeah i never will have you ever seen your asshole. No see that's the difference. Yes you see. It's like not overwhelmed anymore. Now i on. I don't think i can do it your stand up by the way he's so smart and funny. Thank you so much and it's political but doesn't bore me. Thank you yeah. That's what i like the like a political but i get it you know he he talks about how people running for president and it's only job that you go for by shitting on the job everybody sitting on the government but they wanna work for the government you know he brings up trying to get a job pinera. Why do you want to work because it's shit tejera shit. What's your five year plan to destroy pin there do you are you engaged. In the political process awesome following all the democratic debates that kind of thing <hes> yes somewhat i go through phases where it get really into it and then it starts to really hurt. My head and i have to back off but that was just specifically. Whenever you hear a politician talk they're just so full of shit all the time where it's like this is so easy to write about because predictions are right there where you tweet out with jeffrey epstein's prison hit. It's nice to see republicans. Democrats can still work together. Oh my god have you been obsessed with with the epsteins story are you into it. I feel people in in case. You're a dummy like me but for the longest time i did it seem complicated and convoluted now that this guy probably had a hit on automatic prison. Now you know i follow and of course thanks everybody's following now to the internet makes it easy ten things. You need to know about pedophilia the i look forward to it. I'm waiting for the girl show to film in the buzzfeed quiz which tends to pedophile you most like whatever whatever jeffrey epstein he's a financier. Yes right and i'll tell you how he made his money but he was sixty six years old. He's in prison. It is funny by the way when people goal when i go. What's your job. I'm in finance and that's the end of it am. I supposed to know what that means it. It sounds shady right. I'm in money. I don't tend to tells her parents. She does the internet so supposedly i would. I can't wait to see the letter explaining finance mantha to me supposedly kills himself in prison i say supposedly because he had very pow- powerful friends who probably gonna out for his safety as fucking kids and people that knew about this and i'm talking hillary clinton bill clinton donald trump the that prince prince andrew yeah prince andrew. It's it's told had sex you know. These women are saying they were kids enforced. I have sex with prince andrew so these are powerful people all around the world where it's not crazy to think he could have been killed in prison the busy thinking thinking of finance..

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Kitty Hawk, A Self Flying Taxi Company, Launches With Backing From Google's Larry Page

Daily Tech Headlines

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Kitty Hawk, A Self Flying Taxi Company, Launches With Backing From Google's Larry Page

"Attackers access data stored on amd's reisen and ep wiessee server processors and be able to install malware on them as well amdi is rising chips power desktops and laptop computers ep y processors are found in servers the researchers give md less than twenty four hours to respond before publishing the report even though standard vulnerability disclosure calls for ninety days notice so companies have time to address the flaws when spector and meltdown security flaws that affect intel chips were announced back in january amd said it was not affected because if it's chip architecture differences kitty hawk the flying taxi company funded by google co founder larry page and ceo by google x founding director sebastian thrown launched cora a vertical takeoff and landing or veto l personal copter drone hybrid that will carry a passenger or two quarter will be launched in new zealand which is ideal given the sparse population and part of the country and fewer flight restrictions cora has a third thirty six foot wingspan with twelve rotors and his battery powered it can fly up to sixty two miles and carry one or two passengers the american civil liberties union foundation has filed a freedom of information act lawsuit against the tsa in an effort to extract more info about its procedures and motivations the aclu wants to know why the tsa launched stricter screening procedures for domestic passengers electric devices last year how it records its findings what a quick minute uses to search phones and laptops and what kind of training the officers who conduct these searches get this is the second freedom of information act lawsuit the aclu filed its first attempt was in december of twenty seventeen finally youtube i intro a dark theme for its desktop app last year and now youtube ios apps is getting dark mode as well with an android version on the way with the sending enabled youtube background turns from white to black as the theme suggests the company says the dirk theme will cut down on glare and allow users to take in the true colors of the.

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YouTube’s mobile app gets a dark mode

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

YouTube’s mobile app gets a dark mode

"Attackers access data stored on amd's reisen and ep wiessee server processors and be able to install malware on them as well amdi is rising chips power desktops and laptop computers ep y processors are found in servers the researchers give md less than twenty four hours to respond before publishing the report even though standard vulnerability disclosure calls for ninety days notice so companies have time to address the flaws when spector and meltdown security flaws that affect intel chips were announced back in january amd said it was not affected because if it's chip architecture differences kitty hawk the flying taxi company funded by google co founder larry page and ceo by google x founding director sebastian thrown launched cora a vertical takeoff and landing or veto l personal copter drone hybrid that will carry a passenger or two quarter will be launched in new zealand which is ideal given the sparse population and part of the country and fewer flight restrictions cora has a third thirty six foot wingspan with twelve rotors and his battery powered it can fly up to sixty two miles and carry one or two passengers the american civil liberties union foundation has filed a freedom of information act lawsuit against the tsa in an effort to extract more info about its procedures and motivations the aclu wants to know why the tsa launched stricter screening procedures for domestic passengers electric devices last year how it records its findings what a quick minute uses to search phones and laptops and what kind of training the officers who conduct these searches get this is the second freedom of information act lawsuit the aclu filed its first attempt was in december of twenty seventeen finally youtube i intro a dark theme for its desktop app last year and now youtube ios apps is getting dark mode as well with an android version on the way with the sending enabled youtube background turns from white to black as the theme suggests the company says the dirk theme will cut down on glare and allow users to take in the true colors of the.

Co Founder Youtube Sebastian Thrown Founding Director CEO AMD Google Intel Spector Aclu TSA American Civil Liberties Union Cora Twenty Four Hours Thirty Six Foot Ninety Days