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"stephen stills" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"That's it, that's it. Poor Luke. All right, Luke's back. All right, where were we? Where were we? 1968. Yeah, yeah. Let's see, April 29th, the rock musical Hair opens up on Broadway at the Biltmore Theater. Day fourth, 1968, Mary Hopkins performs on the British TV show, I Don't Care. I hate that song. Those were the days. Oh, well actually, you know, let me finish this. Mary Hopkins performs a British TV show, opportunity like that. Hopkins catches the attention of model Twiggy, who recommends her to Paul McCartney, who will soon sign Hopkins to Apple Records. So good. Good for her. Maybe she was big in England. She was a big old man. May 5th, 1968, Buffalo Springfield performs together for the last time in Long Beach, California. That's a good band. Right? Yep. A lot of talent. A lot of talent, yeah. They all went to huge things. Yeah, name them, Lou. Well, there's Stephen Stills, who went to CSNY, Richie Ferre, and Jim Messina form Poco with drummer George Grantham, the bass player of, who was that? I don't know who the bass player was. Well, Neil Young was in there for a spell. He was. I don't know who the bass player was. What? You know why? Because he's the bass player. Nobody cares about the bass player. Who wants to play bass anywhere? Let's see. Also May 7th, let me see. May 7th, 1968, Aretha Franklin records her live LP Aretha in Paris at the Olympia Theater. May 14th, 1968, at a press conference, John Lennon and Paul McCartney introduced the Beatles' new business concept, Apple Corps Limited. Say that three times. An entertainment company that included a recording studio, a record label, and clothing store. Wow. I didn't find any clothes that have Apple on them. Read about the Apple Boutique is what it was. Yeah. And then they just gave everything away. Gave everything away. Fucking clothes in there like we're done, and they fucking gave shit away out on the street. Wow. I just, you know, and there was this, well, the book about that's called, was it The Longest Cocktail Party? Oh. Yeah, it's a good book. It's just, you know, the Hell's Angels were, you know, them bringing elements of the Hell's Angels over from America. George did that, I think. Yeah. It was just a weird scene, but yeah. There were dozens, man. Oh, by the way, fact check. They had three different bass players. Buffalo. That's why I didn't know. Right, so Jim Messina played bass. He's listed as the bassist, but they also had Ken Coblom, Ken Foursee, and Bruce Palmer. Yeah, never heard of him. Never heard of any of them. Messina went on to form also Loggins and Messina. Yeah. Yep, yep, yep. Mother can't dance and your daddy don't rock and roll. They did like seven albums together. Yeah, yeah. I liked that song until Poison covered it. Ah, fuck. They did do that. Just like fucking Mötley Crüe did Smokey. Spoken in the voice room. Yeah, oh, God. Mark, do you know who sang? Mark, the original version? I can't remember the name of the band.
"stephen stills" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Democrats filed dozens of proposed changes to the bill, the GOP majority rejected each one, including an attempt to keep the intact they're resigned to run law for any Florida official who runs for president. But the election covers much more than just the states of resigned to run law. They place restriction on drop boxes and how voters can gather mail in ballots. There's a steep new fines for outside voter registration groups, which is another way they're trying to Discord discouragement minority voters since many minorities register through these third party groups. Right. I mean, this is what they're spending their time and energy on, not how to make anybody's life better or actually legislate. But how do we keep the people from voting? Right. Right? I mean, it's just. And it's state after state. Oh, wow. Someone just hacked up a that would have been close. These are a lung or rod. That's Clyde. That's right. That's Clyde. Owen Wilson. He smoked a little too much with Willie Nelson last night. Did you have fun? We need some hope. Set the homo of hope. Hello. Hello, Seth. Is this me again? Yes. Yeah, no, this is the other. This is the filthy mouth. Part of me is filthy stuff. Go ahead. That's okay, but I showed you. Hi. And Travis. And how is everybody? Travis isn't here. He's on vacation. I'm sorry. I assume he's doing well. No. I read that interview with Alito in the journal. And it made me sick to my stomach. But the thing no one's pointing out is he self admits in that article that he's one of the conservative justices, which puts the lie to Roberts walking around. Oh, there are conservative and there's just justices. He raised his hand, and he said, I'm one of the 5, 5 because he probably doesn't. And they all of them said roe is settled law. They all lie. They all do it. It's just. Yeah. Oh, sorry. Oh, he was sorry. He was getting into his Seinfeld red. You're a lot. Well, there's people who are these judges. Who are these people? How cool does this, I mean, well, second coolest concert to the lady that had an orgasm at the philharmonic. But the Willie Nelson. Neil Young saying, are there any more real cowboys with Willie Nelson? It was his 90th birthday? Is it was it the same day or the couple of days? Your mom's birthday. Her birthday was 19. His birthday was yesterday. So he's a few days younger. Yeah. Yeah, Neil Young. Duet, are there any more real cowboys? Willie Nelson said, I want to thank all the artists who came out tonight to help us celebrate whatever it is we're celebrating. He said feigning senility and getting a big laugh. So we need a box. It's also a platform. And they both forgot the lyrics. That's on brand, exactly. Roll me up and smoke me when I die. It seems to forget the words. Yeah, this is what all rules and said, I was thinking of your mom as well. He just said the night's theme was Willie bringing people together. All of a sudden, it doesn't matter if you were a hillbilly or a hippie everyone was a Willie Nelson fan. Or a hip hop. Right, yeah. And then he took the, what do you call it? Young took the stage with Stephen Stills, our friends to do for what it's worth. That sounds like a fantastic time. I
"stephen stills" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"You. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I make faces like, and I nod my head a lot, but anyways, 39, Steve cropper. 38, the edge. 37 Mick Taylor, 36 Randy Rhodes. 35, John Lee Hooker. 34. 34, Curtis Mayfield very underrated guitar player. No, he's not. He's on the top hundred list. He's number 34. Joe Perry's 84. You just said Stephen Stills was underrated, so I throw my underrated in there. We got out the rated guys. Jeez. And then right in front of him at 33, which I think he could probably be higher. So this is going to be interesting. Prints at 33. He played arguably the greatest power ballad guitar solo in history with purple rain, but and they actually meant in his solo on the all stop performance of while my guitar gently weeps during George Harrison's Rockwell. 2004 had jaws on the floor. 32 Billy Gibbons, who was not in the other list, by the way. Yeah, yeah, David Frick is David Frick is a favorite freaking moron is his name. Hit music lover. You know, he's not, he's not as easy top guy, you know? You know, you can't go by Frick's list. It's bullshit. Freaking idiot. That's the list. An idiot. 31, right? What number is Mark Smith? Coming up on it. We're coming up on 31 is Ryker. Smith is gay. He's got to be in the top ten. That's why we haven't gotten to him. Not 30 and a half. He's 30 and a half. He's in between Elmo and James and rye cooter. Elmore. James. Hello, Mark Smith. Number 29, Scotty Moore. Good old good old good old T bone Smith. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Number 28, I still don't know how they fucking give Johnny ramone this much credit. I don't know. But I guess 27 but is he better than mock? He's not better or he's just different. Well, this is best guitarist. Right? Number 27, Bo Diddley. And you say, you're saying that Johnny ramone is better than prince? Well, well, I guess, again, it's subjective based upon how people are voting. And they may be looking at Johnny ramone. Like, look, mock, great guitar player. Mark Smith. Who are Brian knopfler or whatever the fuck his name was? Brother's name. But you know what? If you try to climb into the thought process of some of the people that were voting, they may be saying, look, mark novel is a great guitar player, right? But Johnny ramone in the Ramones were such an influential band that they actually pushed them ahead of Mark naval, who's a very talented guitar player, but did he create anything new in terms of
"stephen stills" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Where is it? Ron Ashton, so we got into the 50s. Hold on. Give me a second. Give me a second. Give me a second. So 55 John one 54 Joe Walsh. 53 Otis rush. 52 clarence white. 51, Johnny ma oh man, it keeps doing this. What's a refreshing? Yeah, they have it, you know, it's such a long list that they have it broken down into different sections and my phone keeps going to the ads and all types of crazy stuff. So you have let me see, what were we down to? 50? John Lennon. Walsh. Clarence white, Johnny fucking ma. So I hope to hold on hold on. Almost there again. I'm almost there. 50 is Richie blackmore. 49 Muddy Waters. 48 Johnny Greenwood. From radiohead. 47, Stevenson, the smile. Stephen Stills, Stephen Stills underrated guitar played fantastic guitar player. 46, Jerry Garcia, 45 link ray, 44 mock knoller, 43 Hubert sumlin, 42 Mike bloomfield, 41 Mick ronson, 40 Tom Morello. Can't believe Tom Morello is rated above like Joe Perry and Joe Walsh and you know, again, I don't know how you could possibly, you know, what they're doing is a great guitar. Yeah, it's just based upon, you know, they're going by who voted for who. So, you know, if you got a bunch of older guitar players or younger guitar players and, you know, there's a lot of people that don't have a great respect for Joe Perry. As a matter of fact, and you and I have talked about this on an earlier episode, there were a lot of rumors that Joe Perry actually didn't even play league guitar in the first two albums. I don't remember talking about that, but I'd find that hard to believe. I can't believe that you don't remember that. You don't pay attention when we do this show. Well, sometimes you have a tendency to talk along.
"stephen stills" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Oh, Mike Hammond, come on. Another world trade sent a song. You got another thing, come and come on dude. What the fuck? Where's your head? Head. Okay, moving on. I've said that a number of times this show. In 1963, on this day in 1963, Frank Sinatra junior was kidnapped at gunpoint from a hotel in Lake Tahoe. Why am I talking like that? Why am I talking like it's a 40s detective movie? He was released two days later after his father paid out the $240,000 ransom demanded by the kidnappers. So in 1963, 240 grand had to be close to a $1 million. In today's money, I would think. By the paid out the 240 grand ransom demanded by the kidnappers who were later captured and sentenced to long prison terms where I'm sure they were treated very nicely by the mafia members inside prison. Yeah, I'm sure they made them cakes. And brought the milk, yeah, and they gave them massages. Yeah, sure the mafiosa took care of them really well. I'll Mike him and run to the hills. Nah, I think you're digging buddy. Run to the hills, I think you digging. Quit while you're ahead. You got another thing coming. It was a good run to the hill. I don't get it. Why you interrupting myself? Okay. Let me see. Okay, in order to communicate with the kidnappers via a pay phone, the senior Sinatra carried a roller dimes with them throughout this whole ordeal. Which became a lifetime habit. He is said to have been buried with a roll of dimes. Frankie boy. On this day in 1966, working at Abbey Road in London, Paul McCartney overdubbed his lead vocal for when I'm 64. Then The Beatles set about remaking a new John Lennon's song. Strawberry fields forever. On this day in 1968, singer and guitarist Graham Nash left the hawleys and started work with David Crosby and Stephen Stills, went on to become Crosby, Stills & Nash. And he was very successful with the holidays. The hollies were very big back then. They were a hit making machine. They had down they had the formula down. He could have stayed with them and made a lot of money, but he left and made a lot more money. Let's see. On this day in 1969, on trial in Canada, on a drug possession charge, Jimi Hendrix told the Toronto court that he had only smoked pot.
"stephen stills" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Either by slash. Joe walsh stephen stills so i hung out that thereafter and there were a bunch of people that had les paul guitars that were hoping to get their guitar signed by less ball and i hung out with them and what was being the winter of guy that i am guess who was the first person to speak to less paul you so chatted with him before for a little bit and It gave me signed my ticket stub in. He gave me one of his guitar. Picks in guitar pick on one side. Says what's my name and then on the other side says it's on the top of your guitar Very gracious man. As i ran into steve vai and ask them for guitar pick and he was a perec. Yeah well i. I had a brush with fame at the hilton hotel in east boston in orient heights. A sat at the bar with the great hardcore wrestling legend. Terry funk drank a beer with terry funk spoke to cigarette with them to the hardcore legend. Yeah that's just me and him. It's great you guys get some nachos the hilton in east boston. The people knew what the hilton back. Then look like me in Me and terry funk to hardcore so scandalous paul. Come on the guy's dead and he was a legend. Did you know that he's actually not only in the rock and roll hall of fame but the inventors all of them out seriously. I didn't even know. I almost didn't say less. Paul said leo fender but less paul seemed more obvious. How do you man either. By by the way you know who else if he's not in the inventors hall of fame but should be eddie van handling. Yeah i agree. He that he had a studio named fifty one fifty renamed named the album after was built in his backyard and had actually had a roof that would elevate up to eighteen feet stuff. You should know you're the one that told me about his studio fifty one fifty fifty one fifty a wicked smart sometimes wicked yeah. I don't think schultz well. I don't know. I don't think tom scholz's in the rock and roll all of faint. Boston is not in the rock and roll hall of fame this long in the rock and roll hall of fame. Scott no no they. They were a great band for their time in. Some of the songs have stood the test of time but longevity kills and they only have two albums and the first one was very hard to top. No no no no. They've more albums than this to that popular. Boston and then boston to after that. They weren't really nothing happened with them. Not tom tom schultz's absolutely a genius. You know m. i. mit graduate He invaded he. Invented the rochman speaker systems in sound and all that stuff that that first albany essentially recorded that entire thing in his basement Help to sing vocals. You know so. I mean prince the same thing except he sang vocals too. So what.
"stephen stills" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast
"He likes her a little bit. I think he does like. I think he's so nice to her. I mean he's being nothing but nice to her and he can tell the she's nice. She's just nice girl. I don't understand why everyone picks on her. I don't know how get it. Then tommy says hey all a bunch of the kiss you're going to the beehive for after the prom and maybe go for a few minutes carries look side because she's never been to the beehive. Whoever the hell it is. We're all the cool kids go. Yeah and then. He asked her to dance interest done now of course but they go out to dance floor. Tommy teaches her. How the sway back and forth. Well i thought it was sweet. Very sweet is tommy kisses her. I know which. I thought was strange. Right yeah especially you know. If he's already seen sue. And just doing this favor for su- i guess he's gonna buy that old. David crosby song of the one year with yes hers. Esteem instills stephen stills criticize. Here's what i had next. Karen are you ready. Ryan depalma end his spinning camera. Busy again yes just like in body. Double with this cam- camera. I mean this one's worse. Oh it's terrible goes on forever. 'cause there's a double spins going on. I had to look away. God if i was in a movie theater will maybe if i was younger. Didn't have inner ear issues. Bothered me but now it bothers me. I'm thinking if i was in a movie theater. Oh my god. I need a motion bag. If you're up close yeah. It was bad so they're spinning in the camera spinning but she keeps asking him. Why why am i here. He says because i asked you what did you ask me. You know it. She keeps going like a toddler with about twenty. Why questions. But it's very sweet beyond the dizziness of the diploma method method. But you know he likes her and he does kiss her and then there's just a sweet moment i suppose so sue arrives at the prom and sneaks in the back door she does. They're going to vote for the king and queen carries surprise there on the ballot. Yes and she does not wanna vote for themselves. The tommy convinces earned. She ends up voting for them. Yeah he says she's spoonful he compliment sir. Says she's beautiful and she doesn't want to vote for themselves because that's too proud. But he convinces throws caution to the wind and votes for herself next we see cutback to mom at home in the kitchen. She's pacing pacing facing pacing then. She begins chopping carrots with a big knife randomly. Just kinda shopping big pieces of carrot. Yes which is again. Another weird snippet seen. I don't know i know they wanna show she's agitated was a phallic thing. Oh i don't know. Maybe that's what i got. But maybe maybe maybe it was hit me close to home. I didn't care..
"stephen stills" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Pill. Come on down my ira. My automatics podcast for that album in a long time. And then when you guys the podcast. I went back and i thought yeah this is pretty damn tight is a good one. I liked that record a lot. Which ones psychedelic. No psychedelic pill. Yeah we if we time it right. I think we'll have john craigie back on for psychedelic pill maybe in studio because he's playing in boston. Oh nice nice anyway. Thank you so. I told you in my in my message. Not an entertainer. So neither are seriously. If you've listened to us. I absolutely love the podcast and i spent a good part of the spring and early summer listening to back back episodes. So thank you a big time. The stupid version of luke's question. So you're a fan of neil young and you met neil young and now you're claiming to be a fan of long. May you young and now you're meeting the hosts long. What is what's the how do you know it's it's i. I mean i'm really. I'm kind of at a loss for words that you can tell them about meeting. You guys mark. Just say this. We're not gonna sign sign. Time fades away either so look like jeff tweeted. I sent you guys a a message on. I think it the apple review. Or something of the podcast. Okay i do have a pre tree link fold story with neil. I saw him at what's now. Dt energy music theater was pine knob. At the time stills young band seventy-six and he and stephen were walking around at looking at the merge foods and i was standing there and then still was visually molesting my girlfriend when he. When i listened to that album that you guys reviewed i steals wanted to make love to your girlfriend. He was even creepy. You're than the electric aerostar. Aerostar rock really speak. It was he. Was he going to buy one of his own. T shirts probably so in that same interview. I read earlier on in the episode about the interview with crosby when they asked. Who's the best singer in ny. He said stephen stills. It's not even a question. yeah. I don't know that doesn't mean that doesn't mean you run. That doesn't mean the stills young men albums any good yes except for that one song those talks that was a tough out to get through. S- won't tougher fork in the road or or long neuron fork in the road. I can at least i can listen to fountain blue without you know going into like kind of like that song to do i. It's weird. it's weird one. I really do mortgage that out. Bill murray from life aquatic behind. You there yesterday. You get sue nice. Well mark thank you so much for your time and pleasure. Thanks for the opportunity. Thanks for being a listener. We really appreciate. Yeah i'm looking forward to future with the us. Yeah of course it's always it's always a a real cubis path. So i liked the and thanks. Thanks everyone for listening I don't know what we're going to do next week. I don i mean we're hitting the archives now. I don't know we'll yeah we got. We have to talk about how we're gonna do that out. Are we going to hit the archives. Yeah you know we made. I know to get some people in the patriots stuff. Yeah as far as the studio records the next one would be Shit is right. No muscle annoys illinois. Oh yeah noise. That's crazy kim relentless. There's like seven or eight archive and live records in between this annoys. It's ridiculous. Well we'll talk off podcast. Gonna this is harry. Well prepared we are mark alive right now. I like the behind the curtains. You didn't see piston bottles yet. So i was gonna ask you about that. I i see your long trail signed behind it. So what's the what's the detroit. Beer what are you. What have you been drinking shit There's no detroit beer firebird but we a stroz gone marketed. But long ago odds wrong detroit does do they. Have like good homemade. Sodas donal what am i thinking. I'm not a soda guys. I don't drink soda anymore. But i was listening to a podcast and they were talking about some kind of really good. Like homemade sodas that might have come from detroit but according to the guy from the link full docu series. They have good ethnic people. According to the detroit is eighty percent ethnic and he wouldn't walk around there without his rifle. Yes charming View was the second hand what he said from. Neil neil kind of didn't what anyone to hear but told everybody what said was awesome lewis spot up. It was outed guy racist anyway on that note. Let's let's in this fucking shit right. Mark thanks pleasure. Thank you very much preservative advance. Thank you got the latest. Jim queued up the sound system cranks. But you're missing that extra element. Take all the way to eleven. listening to. Music is only half the journey our senses mingled to create unforgettable moments on the magazine podcast tunes and tumblers. 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"stephen stills" Discussed on Planet LP
"Here experiencing things that most of you do not have the means to experience like who the fuck is ever gonna ride on a yacht exactly. There's a real one percent aspect to this entire genre. The best examples of it. I think people kind of tend to mix up yacht rock and like mellow gold but mellow gold is much more focused on guides who can't stand up for themselves having their hearts broken and i think yawn rock is much more focused on the finer things aping escaping. Yes you can take southern cross by crosby nash right. Wow that's those guys guys who were not above flaunting the stuff that they had access to right exactly avalon. Tried to call you. Because i had a lot of time in avalon. Which is where. I hang out when i'm not recording with the boys. Yes yes you. Stephen stills i got you all right so what's what's a example of these sort of darker tones. You're you're talking about about on arm. Rest eating bishop. Okay i fucking words in the song down in jamaica right but here's a guy women yes and he's whining about having his heartbroken jamaica a bad place to be a little bit of a tangent but i. This kind of begins that vein of music. That i think most of it you hear the the soft jazz of the era he throwing maybe steel drums. Or you give song in exotic sounding title. Like i don't know i'm trying to think of the records by david. Sanborn bob.
"stephen stills" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Welcome back to tom. Depre- show. This is a special fourth of july weekend edition where tom is sharing some of his favorite songs little background and a little bit. Bobble that Is stephen stills on the vocals and a lot of the her instruments Of crosby stills nash and young and prior to that buffalo springfield Stephen stills was kinda the mover and shaker in every ban that he was in he you know he could play multiple instruments. He's a good songwriter. He was just kind of a driving force Wherever he went. And whatever he did and He's got a really great Solo album that came out. I think in one thousand nine hundred seventy still very listenable Lot of great songs some of which were later performed by other people. It's also got like three tracks on their the jimi hendrix plays on and they actually talked about trying to get jimmy hendrix into crosby stills nash in instead of neil young it would have been crosby stills nash and ix that would have been interesting really we might have saved his life who knows but You know he's just. I've i've seen these videos about. Who broke up crosby stills nash. They all blame david crosby. And he takes the blind. But stephen stills you know just i don't know he just he and quite a good one okay that's i. That's loans four. Finally dear brothers and sisters. We urge you in the name of the lord jesus to live in a way that pleases god as we have taught you you live this way already and we encourage you to do so even more for you remember what we talked to you by the authority of the lord. Jesus god's will is for you to be holy so stay away from all sexual sin in each of you will control his own body in live in holiness. An honor not in full passion like the pagans who do not know god is ways that describes probably most of our country nowadays to very sobering thought never harm or cheat a fellow believer in this matter by violating his wife for the lord of inches. All such sins as we have solemnly warned you before god has called us to live holy lives not impure lives therefore anyone who refuses to live by these rules is not disobeying human teaching but as rejecting god who gives his holy spirit to you..
"stephen stills" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"It into law. Health care professionals administering the cove it shot have gone from high demand having leftovers will have more coming up. W Away I news time 7 50 now traffic and weather together. Hardly cloudy today. Upper seventies Mostly county Tomorrow low eighties. Mostly cloudy Saturday around 80 degrees and a coin flip 50 50 shot of rain on Saturday. By new roses Month of Brown, Chevrolet and brown chevy dot com For the best deals around, Go see Brown. Very he is one of my heroes. Dave Groll. Will be the 10th. Only the 10th musician to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hard Hall of Fame is part of two groups went in with Nirvana seven years ago, and he goes in with the Foo Fighters on October 30th. I think somebody the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. What I just said. Let's put Dave Groll in a third time. And then when somebody asked for why, well, because he's Dave girl, I like that Zall unique. Eric Clapton was the first musician to be inducted as part of two groups. Yardbirds and 1992 cream in 1993. Jimmy Page was inducted as part of the Yardbirds and as a member of Led Zeppelin. Now come three guys who know each other pretty well. David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. Crosby twice birds. Crosby, Stills and Nash. Stephen Stills, Buffalo, Springfield, Crosby, Stills and Nash. Graham Nash, Crosby, Stills and Nash and the Hollies. You had a couple of I'm going to save two for a little bit later on. So that if I'm saving to, and there's three and Dave Groll is one of them Wanna take a shot into the other two might be When and as a member of two different groups. Mm Ronnie Wood. Yeah, part of the Rolling Stones faces and faces. And Gregg Rolie. Oh, yeah. Dream artists, Santana and journey. And once again Eric Clapton, the only one who is in three times. Just quickly as a side note here, Crosby, Stills and Nash. Why? No, Crosby, Stills, Nash and young don't know. It just makes no sense. No sense. I'll go ahead and give you the other two right now that I left out a man named Johnny Carter. He just happened to be the first black artist to be inducted his part of two groups. He went in as a member of the Flamingos, which was kind of a doo wop band in the late fifties and went in as a member of the Dells. You were pretty big in the late sixties.
"stephen stills" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"That does a great job. There's that absolutely a tip of the hat to the staff. But the players themselves as well, in the sense that when you have a year that you had last year, and the team is playing at such a high level Obviously they badly want to get to the tournament, and then they get that thing ripped from them like everybody else, But you know they're young athletes. That's a tough thing to process. It seems like they were able to process it and bounced back really quickly. How were they able to do that? You know, I mean, it was so challenging to because you know all the things that you were up against, and you have the social injustice to the just the issues with Kobe Bryant. I mean, they're all Kobe Bryant fans and The tournament being canceled and N C a a tournament being canceled and you know the different things that they've had to go through in a short period of time, and for them to stay focused. We've been covert free to where one of the rare programs as haven't had any pauses. They've been focused and they're hungry. Um, you know, the hopefully play in some post season. We haven't done that in a while here, and we would have done it last year, but they've stayed focused on what they want to do. And I'm thankful for that. Steve Packer was joining us. You mentioned Kobe Bryant. I'm curious how even to this day, Stephen still so shocking and it still is so painful for so many people. How did your team process his loss? And what did he mean to them Generally. I mean, it was a huge loss. You know, toe everybody that's in the basketball world and everyone across the country and you know our players that was, you know, I grew up with Michael Jordan and that error and they Group of Kobe and Ron knew him personally to, um You know, so there were a lot of connections that you know That's something that they still talk about it. Ron has his number on the sneakers. Um, you know to this day so well that that's been Really tough thing for all of our players, and they show videos of them and they talk about him. You know all the time. And, um, they have tributes to him all the time, too. So what? It's one of those things that's ongoing, and they're still healing from that. No doubt, Steve packing my guest, you know you mentioned earlier, Steve that you got sick. Kind of a flyer or a shot on certain guys. You have to see not where they are, but what they might become or what they might develop into. And you've got Joe Baker, for instance, one of the seniors on the team, the story goes that when he first arrived, he weighed £155 was not that highly talented. How far is he comes a player. And what does he mean to you on the program? I tell you think that maybe a generous wait to at the time, but he's 1 90 yards, 1 95. Now he came from New Hampshire and out of highly recruited state. Um, you know, he's gonna leave here is one of our all time great players and has made more clutch shots than You know, any player? Probably that as ever played here, but another great kid and a really good student of Dean's list student. So another guy that you know when I saw him early on. I saw the upside and he came in here and got better and Developed and has helped take this program to places that hasn't been All right. Then, before you go, one of the themes that has come up and talk to coaches in the big 10 they almost to a man will tell you, you cannot get you high after when you cannot get too low after a loss because that next game comes so quickly, and it's always a really good team. In your case. The next game is Number three. Michigan When you look at them what jumps out to you the most While I'm I mean, first and foremost, Ju Wan's done unbelievable job. Um, They have a terrific players everywhere, but he gets him to defend during the elite level Defensive team. They blocked shots to number one in our conference and block shots. They have three point shooters and their big guys. I mean, they truly are. I've been in this league Five years on bears been some really good basketball teams throughout my five years and, you know Michigan team would coach Bee Line and the produce teams. Um this clearly is one of the teams they can win a national championship and they have all the pieces. They have shooters. Ball handlers post up guys. And they're well coached. So this league is tough. Every game. Where on the road, we gotta go there and play really good basketball. Steve Woman thought about you on, for instance, I'm not going to say that. I'm surprised to say because we know how cerebral he is. We know his approach to the game. We know where he kind of cut his teeth on learning to coach. He had that great run with the heat, but I mean for him to step in the way he has Into that program into that conference and have the success that he's having right now, and they handle that team the way he is, especially during a pandemic. What's that say about him? Oh, I mean, he's done an unbelievable job and, you know, follow the legend and coach Bee Line who did a great job. And then he's taken it and he's He's even taken it to a higher level. And yeah, really, really good coach and they run good offense. They're really connected defensively. Um, you know, real tip of the hat to him. He's done that all in two years to. That's not an easy, easy task to get to know your roster and to put your system in and he's doing it during a pandemic. So even makes another layer of it, You know, much more impressive. And when he's done that, then you really realize I think you make such a good point. I mean, the fact that he falled it is good of a coach's John Beeline. I mean, a great great coach, and then maybe he's lifted that bar even higher is amazing. Finally. Then they beat Wisconsin Sunday night, and that was their first game in three weeks. What's it been like coaching through a season like this when the schedule can change at a moments notice and often does You know, it's it's been nerve racking, to be quite honest with you. I mean, we test every single day here, and I'm nervous every day. You know, until I get, uh the all clear sign from, you know our medical people. You're just always concerned when you go on the road. It's the same thing you don't know. Actually, if you're gonna play up until you know a couple hours before tip off, So you're trying to prepare for the next game, But you're hopeful that You know No one contracts that you know the virus is an invisible virus. The more you travel to the more nervous you are, so it's kind of nerve racking. But our guys have, you know, done a really good job. They're excited about playing, and I think that's what people really need to understand is that kids want to play and On. They're doing all the necessary sacrifices in order to do that, But it is nerve racking. No doubt. Rocker is coming off a great year last year and they're right back in the hunt. This year. They are 12 and seven. They've got a big challenge and opportunity. Coming up on Thursday night at Number three Michigan their head coach is Steve Pike. Oh, Steve. Great to have you back, always appreciate the conversation. Good luck on Thursday night. Jim Appreciate you so much. Thank you. You too. Appreciate you so much great to have you back. 1 806 368686. It's gotta be so nerve wracking. I'm gonna test every single day and then you have to wait for the results every single day. And then you've got to travel, which is no Iraqi Internet itself and then once can hope for the very best. And you never know. Day to day. What's going to happen? Meantime, at wooden, laconic is in quote in the present day MBA. I'm sure play. Griffin is going to a top MBA team and will make a difference for them in the playoffs. James Harden laid the blueprint and Griffin took note. Turn it off, Then turn it back on. That's actually a straight take, and it's interesting. And to me, I think that's a really good question. His Griffin looked away. He looks right now, you know, shot out of sorts, Nowhere near what he used to be..
"stephen stills" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"There's that absolutely a tip of the hat to the staff. But the players themselves as well, in the sense that when you have a year that you had last year, and the team is playing at such a high level, obviously they badly want to get into the tournament, and then they get that thing ripped from them. Like everybody else, but you know they're young athletes. That's a tough thing to process. It seems like they were able to process it and bounced back really quickly. How were they able to do that? You know, I mean, it was so challenging to because you know all the things that you were up against, and you have the social injustice to the just the issues with Kobe Bryant. I mean, they're all Kobe Bryant fans and the tournament being canceled and N C a a tournament being canceled and You know the different things that they've had to go through in a short period of time and for them to stay focused. We've been covert free to where one of the rare programs as haven't had any pauses. They've been focused and they're hungry. Um, you know, the hopefully play in some post season. We haven't done that in a while here, and we would have done it last year, but they've stayed focused on what they want to do. And I'm thankful for that. Stupak was joining us. You mentioned Kobe Bryant. I'm curious how even to this day, Stephen still so shocking And it still is so painful for so many people. How did your team process his loss? And what did he mean to them Generally. I mean, it was a huge loss. You know, toe everybody that's in the basketball world and everyone across the country and you know our players that was, you know, I grew up with Michael Jordan and that error and they Proper Coby and Ron knew him personally to, um You know, so there were a lot of connections that you know That's something that they still talk about it. Ron has his number on the sneakers. Um, you know to this day so well that that's been Really tough thing for all of our players, and they show videos of them and they talk about him. You know all the time. And, um, they have tributes to him all the time, too. So what Z one of those things that's ongoing and they're still healing from that. No doubt, Steve Pack on my guest. You know you mentioned earlier, Steve that you got sick. Kind of a flyer or shot on certain guys. You have to see not where they are, but what they might become or where they might develop into. And you've got Joe Baker, for instance, one of the seniors on the team, the story goes that when he first arrived, he weighed £155 was not that highly talented. How far is he comes a player. And what does he mean to you on the program? I tell you think that maybe a generous wait to at the time, but he's 1 90 yards, 1 95. Now he came from New Hampshire and not a highly recruited state. Um, you know, he's gonna leave here is one of our all time great players and has made more clutch shots than You know any player? Probably that as ever played here, but another great kid and a really good student at Dean's list student, So another guy that you know when I saw him early on. I saw the upside and he came in here and got better and Developed and has helped take this program to places that hasn't been All right. Then, before you go, one of the themes that has come up and I've talked to coach is in the big 10. They almost to a man will tell you You cannot get too high after when you cannot get too low after a loss because that next game comes so quickly, and it's always a really good team. In your case. The next game is Number three. Michigan When you look at them what jumps out to you the most While I'm I mean, first and foremost, Ju Wan's done unbelievable job. Um, They have a terrific players everywhere, but he gets him to defend during the elite level Defensive team. They blocked shots to number one in our conference and block shots. They have three point shooters and their big guys. I mean, they truly are. I've been in this league Five years on bears been some really good basketball teams throughout my five years and, you know Michigan team would coach Bee Line and the producer teams. Um this clearly is one of the teams they can win a national championship and they have all the pieces. They have shooters. Ball handlers post up guys. And they're well coached. So this legal stuff every game where on the road? We got to go there and play really good basketball. Steve Woman thought about you on, for instance, I'm not going to say that. I'm surprised to say because we know how cerebral he is. We know his approach to the game. We know where he kind of cut his teeth on learning to coach. He had that great run with the heat, but I mean for him to step in the way he has Into that program into that conference and how the success that he's having right now and they handle that team the way he is, especially during a pandemic. What's that say about him? Oh, I mean, he's done an unbelievable job and, you know, follow the legend and coach Bee Line who did a great job. And then he's taken it and he's He's even taken it to a higher level. And yeah, really, really good coach and they run good offense. They're really connected defensively. Um, you know, real tip of the hat to him. He's done that all in two years to. That's not an easy, easy task to get to know your roster and to put your system in and he's doing it during a pandemic. So even makes another layer of it, You know, much more impressive. And when he's done that, then you really realize I think you make such a good point. I mean, the fact that he followed it is good of a coach's John Beeline. I mean, a great great coach, and then maybe he's lifted that bar even higher is amazing. Finally. Then they beat Wisconsin Sunday night, and that was their first game in three weeks. What's it been like coaching through a season like this when the schedule can change at a moment's notice and often does You know, it's it's been nerve racking, to be quite honest with you. I mean, we test every single day here, and I'm nervous every day. You know, until I get, uh, big all clear sign from, you know our medical people. You're just always concerned when you go on the road. It's the same thing you don't know. Actually, if you're gonna play up until you know a couple hours before tip off, So you're trying to prepare for the next game, But you're hopeful that You know No one contracts that you know the virus is an invisible virus. The more you travel to the more nervous you are, so it's kind of nerve racking. But our guys have, you know, done a really good job. They're excited about playing, and I think that's what people really need to understand is that kids want to play and Um, And they're doing all the necessary sacrifices in order to do that, But it is nerve racking. No. Now Rocker is coming off a great year last year, and they're right back in the hunt. This year. They are 12 and seven. They've got a big challenge and opportunity coming up on Thursday night at Number three. Michigan their head coach is Steve Pike. Oh, Steve. Great to have you back, always appreciate the conversation. Good luck on Thursday night. Jim Appreciate you so much. Thank you. You too. Appreciate you so much great to have you back 1 806 368686. It's gotta be so nerve wracking got test every single day and then you have to wait for the results every single day. And then you've got to travel, which is no Iraqi Internet itself and then once can hope for the very best and you never know. Day to day. What's going to happen? Meantime, at wooden, laconic is in quote in the present day MBA. I'm sure played. Griffin is going to a top MBA team and will make a difference for them in the playoffs. James Harden laid the blueprint and Griffin took note. Turn it off, Then turn it back on. What's that? That's actually a straight take, and it's interesting. And to me, I think that's a really good question. Is Griffin looked away. He looks right now, you know, shot out of sorts, Nowhere near what he used to be..
"stephen stills" Discussed on Pantheon
"A few hours they went with one of the early takes because they all love. David's anguish cries during the final chant of four dead in ohio. Crosby damn near broke the microphone on that one eleven days later atlantic released ohio as a single. The b. side was an acoustic gem. Written by stephen stills find the cost of freedom it peaked at number fourteen. A lot of mainstream radio stations wouldn't play ohio. That probably helped sell. It just added to the buzz around the song. Some call it the last great protest song. Not really there've been others. Since then kneels own rocketed. The free world comes to mind immediately or green day's american idiot or for that matter..
"stephen stills" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Good girl. Sounds like goody two shoes. But you know when we was when they first got stranded on the island, the birth control pill that wasn't even invented. It was imagine if you drop Marianne today with Miley coverage on the piano, Top strapless or whatever is going on. Wow. What an adjustment. You would have had to use our coconut. I don't know what you would have used every you're very They were very inventive. The writers back then. Yes, they were, and we were pretty good that I could make a coconut cream pie with no cow. That's right. Right, Right. That's true. That's true. Now. I grew up in the seventies, and I discovered the show in reruns here on WGN television in Chicago. And the choice between Mary Ann and Ginger was always very easy for me because Ginger just seemed way way way too high maintenance, like just way too much trouble. It was it was always Marianne for May. Well, don't you think Maybe it's your age. I mean, don't you think Maybe if you were 30 or something and want to go out lock and rolling or or dancing or running a cocktail, it would be a ginger. I don't know. So I was very impressed because she was a movie star. And, you know, I've seen Gods a Laker that she did with rock Hudson and I was well, we have this beautiful movie star on the island. On yet. The question always is Mary Energy in here, and I don't mean to be egotistical, but I usually always win would have been your best friend too. You know, I would cook up a clean I go toe Boy Scout meeting with you. We go the problem. I mean, I think there was a should be your friend because that way Absolutely. That's what I thought. I was even as a 14 year old kid that that was the route to go, You know? Yeah, but the last time I saw you was a couple years ago when you're here in Chicago, and I gotta tell you, you look fabulous. Thank you. Thank you. It gets harder every year, but I'm I'm very lucky. I'm very healthy. I'm very happy. I'm very optimistic and you No worries and troubles and everything. Make a difference in how you age, and I don't seem to have any at this point. Not would, you know a little background on you? You first grew up in Reno, Nevada, Reno, Nevada, Whether it was gambling and divorce and prostitution was legal. And Marianne came out of that. But my mother raised in there, Ian Had had rules. We didn't have the Internet. People hide in the room and taking security. Parent don't understand, and my mother kept an eye on me. My parents were divorced when I was for Mother and father were good friends. I lived in Reno. My dad lives in Las Vegas myself with their mother. We're both concerned if I got a cold, that's very rare today. And when I look at that and think you know, that's that's what helps the family is a family. Um, I had a grandmother that raised you That made a difference. You know, I really feel very fortunate. I agree with you and it is it is all about the family. How did you find your way now from Reno to Stephen's College in Missouri? Because you kind of made your way through Missouri than Seattle. What would attracted you to Stephen's College? Well, I was an only child, my parents. My father didn't adopt Children till I was 16. So I was an only child and no brothers. And sisters and I just want to go to a girl school. My father said No, no, no, no, not in high school because you need to know what boys are. You know how the respondent and an only child, you know if you got a brother and sister and you fight over a toy, your brother sister is gonna be there tomorrow. If you fight over trying, it's next door neighbor. They may never come back, so I was really conscious of wanting to live. Dormitory style with a visit with a bunch of people, and, um, I was accepted to Stanford in my generation. That was tough, and they'll college, which was both of them very close to Reno and one of the admissions counselors came from Missouri to Reno High and I went Whoa. Now, here's a girl school halfway across the country. I'm going and I want to tell you how old fashion it was. We cross the train in San Francisco and the train went from 70 go to Los Angeles. All through Arizona. All the way to Missouri picking up Stephen Stills all the way from all the time we got there. Four days later, you had 100 friends. It was a wonderful experience. And also there was a kind of concentrated on what you could be without competing with the boy. Sure, sure. But then he went on to University of Washington in Seattle, where you got your degree in theater, and you were crowned Miss Nevada 1959. I mean, that's pretty cool and never of itself. I say it's no big deal of probably only 10 women in the steak before your father 150 girls compete is worth but know I they asked me to rent out that this is so silly. I'm short my little and you've got all these beautiful, tall, long legged women, but I thought being a theater major If I could get up in front of all these people into a scene and not be nervous about it, and that's really the reason I am now what point in your life? Did you say? You know, I want to be on stage. You want to be in theater was it was in college. It wasn't even before that. Right, And I was like medicine a lot if I weren't doing it all if I were doing it all over that Michael under genetic, So I Washington had a great med school. When I graduated with a degree in theater. I said, I'll give myself one year and I am elected. I ran a camp in Idaho talking about how do you pick where you're gonna go? And most of New York with musical comedy and I don't think I thought, Okay, let's go. The last man just give myself here, and if I don't go to work, I'll come back to med school. And I went to work right away. But the first thing I did was play with Mercedes McCambridge and I was doing the playwright in Hollywood and agents came to see me. And one of brothers put me under option to contract, which means I didn't. They didn't pick up the contract, but I did nine shows in a row. So I had that film experience. And from that point on, I just work solid. It's my 2014 interview with actress Dawn Wells from 19 sixties sitcom Classic, Gilligan's Island who passed away last week. At the age of 82. There's more to share Next.
"stephen stills" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Your election is leader I look forward to working with you to meet the needs of the American people during this great moment. Of challenge. Power in the Senate is up in the air pending the results from Tuesday's runoff election in Georgia, which is where President Trump is heading, making a return visit before the crucial elections. For the second time since the election day, the president will travel to Georgia to try and help Republican senators in the states to run offs. The Trump campaign says. The president will address an RNC sponsored victory rally in Dalton, Georgia. On Monday evening with control of the U. S. Senate at stake. President elect Biden also will visit the state Monday to boost the Democratic challengers. Greg Clugston, the White House Pastor has been killed Two other people injured during a shooting at an East Texas church this morning. Smith County sheriff said The suspected gunman was on the run from authorities late Saturday while he hit in the Star Ville Methodist Church near Winona. That's when the pastor confronted him in the bathroom. Sunday morning. The man shot and killed the pastor wounded. Another person. Third was injured in a fall. The suspect was later captured. Or a town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beaten Chef Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal on Now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic. Pathway that right They're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Gotta really fact that outcome call 805 183 84 early factor dot com. Singer Jerry Marsden of Gerry and the Pacemakers has died at age 78 after a short illness related to heart infection. Don't let the sun catch you crying. In the 19 sixties, one of the Beatles biggest musical rivals was Gerry and the Pacemakers. Both groups were signed by Brian Epstein. Jerry Marston led the group with songs like Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying, Very Cross the Mercy, and How do you Do It? Pacemakers version of you'll Never walk alone is an anthem for soccer club Liverpool. The group broke up in 1967 and Marston later had a career on British television. Margie's are Aleta. Birthdays today after Dabney Coleman is 89 years old Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Hall, 82. Musician Stephen Stills 76 actress Victoria principal's 71 actor Mel Gibson is 65. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Federal appeals court yesterday dismissed a lawsuit by representative Louie Gohmert of Texas and other Republicans that sought to expand vice President Pence's legal authority to effectively overturn President elect Biden's electoral win. A three judge panel of the U. S Court of Appeals for the fifth Circuit affirmed the lower court judge's decision from Friday that the GOP planters lack the legal right to sue. The ruling was the latest setback for President Trump in his allies who've increasingly look two pence to challenge normal election protocols. When he presides over the joint session of Congress on Wednesday. The three judge panel that issued the ruling Saturday comprised of Republican appointees, including two judges tapped by former President Ronald Reagan and the Trump Appointee Bernie Bennett reporting There's gonna be 118 women in the 117th Congress. 89 Democrats 29 Republicans. That's five Maura than the.
"stephen stills" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bob on the job until seven o'clock, a rare Sunday appearance here. At New Jersey one or 1.5, and just two days away from my birthday. Yes, I'm a Capricorn kind of get cheated out of gifts because it's 11 days after Christmas and you know, growing up, he would say. Oh, you know what? I got you for Christmas? Yeah, that was for your birthday to Gee, thanks. Um, It also happens to be Mel Gibson's birthday today. Minus two days from now What Mel Gibson has won today. He's 64 Stephen Stills is 75. And Dabney Coleman had so many TV shows He is 89 today and Happy birthday to you. If it applies, Let's see if things are getting happier on the roads. New Jersey Fast traffic is up next. We have an accident on the parkway North bound approaching exit 58 that is blocking one lane. No major backups to report on the turnpike. But West bound to 78 on the ramp to the turnpike coming off the Gospels Bridge watch for an accident being cleared. To 87 in Bedminster still has delays both ways that exit 22 from that overturned tractor trailer and fluid spill If you're leaving New Jersey little slow across the upper deck of the George Washington Bridge, but no major delays into the tolls. Lincoln Tunnel looks good 5 to 10 at the Holland Tunnel from the one and nine approach and long term construction on the Atlantic City Expressway. Westbound at exit, too, is blocking the entrance ramp. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report with Jenelle Crispin at 403. I'm Adam Wall Ski on New Jersey one a 1.5, old Jersey all the time. You are one million..
Billie Eilish, John Legend, the Chicks, More to Perform at Democratic National Convention
"Bridges heard. They're just one of the musical acts expected to be featured at the Democratic National Convention next week. Others include the Chicks Common Billy Eyeless, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend Billy Porter, Mackey, Rogers, Prince Royce and Stephen Stills, the first night of the mostly virtual Milwaukee convention on Monday. We'll also show case a rendition of the national anthem by a 57 person youth choir made up of members from each of the United States and territories they'll perform remotely from across the country.
Peter Tork, Monkees And Stephen Stills discussed on The World
"Peter Tork who played the bassist in the nineteen sixties pop band. The Monkees died this morning at a family home in Connecticut. He was Seventy-seven and had been battling a rare form of cancer. NPR's Petra mayor reports there was more to him than his dimwitted onscreen persona. Peter Tork was a pretty successful folk musician when his buddy Stephen stills reportedly told him to check out an audition for a new TV show about his age. Any rock band. The rest, of course, is musical history. Torque went onto brief but white-hot superstardom as the frequently befuddled flower child of the