17 Burst results for "Steve Cropper"

"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:41 min | 8 months ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I put a spell on Oh, it is that's going to be hysterical with Pat Travers thatyou're said. That's your cut with Pat Travers. That's a great song. That's a couple of bad drivers, and it's animated You Because your mind you better stop the things you do. Just running around, and I suggested the animation on this wonderful gentlemen and in Romania, I think has done the sum the animation and it's going to be has to be effective. It's funny, and it's terrific and the musicians but I mean, I'm having the thrill of my life with this album. I'm at the gym today, and I'm on the elliptical and I'm looking up at the Bank of monitors and there you are doing the commercial for the CPAC company and I said to myself know that we were going to talk, I said. William Shatner is always working. I mean, there's always something you're doing and I have read enough about you to know that after Star Trek, you might have been typecast and it might have been difficult for you to find work. But ever since that, that brief moment you have always worked in a business were even the biggest stars don't work all the time. How do you do that? Well. People come to me with opportunities. Like like this album. It's safer. It's a no lose. On the other hand. The adventure. Whether it's climbing about riding a motorcycle. Uh, long distances, which, um The challenge of it. So you have to both be confident and tremulous. Over the Ah, the experience whether you could do it or not. It's like walking a type wire. Ah, you watch these guys across the tight weather for wire from building the building. Fall off, they make it And so here is A new attempt. It Doing something. First of all myself would never let a little owning what else and I walked that. Tight rope. Of anything. Sometimes it turns out well, well, that's that's it. And I think the lesson I think that can be learned here from you is never be afraid to try something because you could always pick yourself up if you fall flat on your face. But if you never try, you'll never know what you can accomplish. That's what I see. Are you, you know I wrote a book just pretending that very Very philosophy. Say yes. I mean, will say yes to jump off a bridge would say Ah say yes to a new period you like. But I heard you're not a big consumer of your own work that you don't like watching yourself on television. Why so well? Well, because I have good taste. You know, That's not the truth. Now. Come on. Well, I just catch and look at my face. Now, where did I come on? You know that's true. And just yesterday yesterday I had this experience, so I'm anything Ah large film. Eight hours of film that ah that I put together a motorcycle ride in which It gets hotter and hotter gets 115 degrees as we go across the country and you can't touch the metal and my face was swollen and I got white think offside on because really In the sun 12 hours and I look terrible. And this guy said to me because I've had to look at myself editing it. And this guy who I presented a leg hairs it and it was all my God. You look off and I hastily agreed with that. Well, I mean anybody that would go through that would probably have some problems. Cosmetically. There's no question about that. Never been to Cincinnati. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Ah, I have a home in in Kentucky on the drive up there. Oh, I had no idea. Well, good. Excellent. Well, I love the album. I really do. I think it's fantastic. How wonderful But, you know, get your roots on. Get your kicks on route 66 with Steve Cropper believe. I mean, it is. I've always felt that you have that. Is this this innate ability to take any project? Give it your own touch. And make it marketable to everybody. Because in a sense, when when you do something, first voyage and Inter you're instantly recognizable voice and and facial features. But you're having fun with it. And I think that just rubs off on the audience. I really do. I think and again, I mean, who knows what what success is in this life..

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hundred financial radio programs in the USA now more from rock and roll okay now Chris Wilson Pickett who did the original that right yes that's not fair he actually wrote it with Steve Cropper very famous guitars from the muscle shoals what a great song yes all men great song good voice what Mr Wilson Pickett well it now now the mayor of Los Angeles who took a knee in solidarity along with the these other knuckle head liberals like Joe Biden siding with the rioters okay they're not protesters are riders they're destroying property then they're criticizing Donald Trump who wants to stop the town from birth them from burning the house down I mean they really if you just let him go they would burn the whole damn place them well I can't say that Canada well I can say that all right anyway because that this stuff is just getting to be on unbelievably rude unrealistic so weighed on the homemade chicken pot pie hole yeah they're they're probably bacon right now wow huh fresh out of the box for celibacy homemade on box one that must be in home health let's get back to original Medicare original Medicare covers nearly everything indeed and then an add on what's commonly referred to as a Medigap policy could cover.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"USA now more from rock and roll okay now Chris Wilson Pickett who did the original right yes that's okay he actually wrote it with Steve Cropper very famous guitars from the muscle shoals what a great song yes Humm integrates all good voice what Mr Wilson Pickett well it now now the mayor of Los Angeles who took a knee in solidarity along with the these other knuckle head liberals like Joe Biden siding with the rioters okay they're not protesters are riders they're destroying property then they're criticizing Donald Trump who wants to stop the town from birth them from burning the house down I mean they really if you just let him go they would burn the whole damn place them all I can say that Canada well I can say that all right anyway yet that this stuff is just getting to be on unbelievably rude unrealistic so weighed on the homemade chicken pot pie hole yeah they're they're probably bacon right now while fresh out of the box for celibacy homemade on box one that must be in the home for example something else if let's get back to original Medicare original Medicare covers nearly everything indeed and then an add on what's commonly referred to as a Medigap policy could cover what's missing because supplemental medical coverage that covers things from skilled nursing.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Okay first of all you gotTa Call Cropper for that. Just awesome little guitar heads. Yeah you know every four beats yes. And then you know I always find it really interesting when you get a cat like Booker T. WHO's you know? A musical genius was a prodigy on an end can play just about anything but is able to dial it back to simplicity and create just to solid hook. Yeah I know your brains got to be going well I could. I could put this diminished in here and then. There's the night though you know refraining from doing that to keep it solid and simple. I think the best musicians are like that. I mean when you think of like George. Harrison's guitar playing he's not he's not shredding and Steve Cropper for that matter to. He's an incredible rhythm guitar player. He can place him so lows. You know but that's not what it's about it's about being a band and the song you gotta serve his song. Yeah and you know there are certain songs where you know yeah. Shredding is You know what's required but Know I've said this time and time again I'll always keep saying that the you know the Muse Lies between the notes. You know you know jazz. Musicians are famously. You know about the space in between is the point and And you know you Kinda you kinda definitely feel it every everything's in its right place with that song. Yeah that's amazing with the how young the people in the band were to nineteen sixty two. So He's like what seventeen? Yeah Yeah and that's the same Same Summer Nineteen Sixty two. Before he went away to Bloomington to go to school that he met so many very important in his life and he was very important in this man's life and that was Otis Redding Boo Hoo. We talk about. That's right the big man we. We've talked about him on his biography. A little bit about us and you talked about rock and roll. Archaeology plays a big part. Yeah Yeah are stacks when we talked about stack the thing. I don't realize when we're talking about all this music. History is dislike. Booker was only seventeen when they met and Otis was only twenty. Yeah and they came from totally different. You know environments and upbringings. Otis was a purely instinctive you know singer and he was all about there was all emotion. Yeah whereas yeah book was a student you know and they just totally click from the moment oda sat down on on the piano bench. The story of Otis coming as a driver to drive his brand I think pine top Perkins or somebody who was mom and everybody thinking Otis was just the driver and the you know the Rhody and he had come specifically though because he wanted to sing for these people and he plopped himself down next to booker and started singing. These arms of mine and that was an booker was overcome. Just like he had been when he sat down and played from Holly Jackson. That's how how know I don't know affecting how deeply Otis touched him. Yeah yeah all right. So let's Let's put the king on here And play a little these arms of mine. Vive.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on The Watch

"So we're now about to get into this live performance and a quick interview that I did this Los Angeles band called the Alton m. I guess my relationship to this band is largely one of those happy accidents that really can only come out of the internet era, although it's not all together different from thumbing through the stacks in a record store back in the ninety s or the early two, thousands, and just seeing a record cover that you kinda like and and coughing up a couple of bucks for it and taking it home. This is basically the same thing, but I found them through Spotify. I was I was listening to a bunch of different bands based off of one life performance that I saw by a guy named Rudy Danda at a bar randomly really randomly, and I was like, oh, this is pretty good. And I started reading about this LA scene of bands that were sort of drawing from everything from like sixty soul to psychedelia, and playing out of Long Beach in east LA and differs spots around Los Angeles. And it seemed like there was this loose community of bands of which the Alton were apart and. I just of read a little bit about them and started listening to them and just love them so much, and they're locals so's not that hard to for them to come on by and play a few songs. I if I had to describe their sound, I mean, that's the nice thing about two thousand eighteen. You don't really to describe anything. You can just hear it, but they are. They remind me a little bit of a kind of rock version of sixty stack soul with a little bit of a Latin flair to it. They've been compared before the Alabama shakes. I love Aegean floors as voice. I love love love, Brian pastas, guitar style, which really goes all over the place from these kinds of like heroic guitar solos to really classic Steve cropper Booker t. in the rhythm, guitar style. So it's just a really delightful, delightful band. They need more bands like this in your life, and I hope you check out the Alton. You can find their music streaming services and follow.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is steve cropper steve cropper was the sort of de facto producer for the sessions stacks but he was also a part of the backing band in the studio reading back sam and dave the daddy floyd wilson pickett carla thomas all the way through jerry wexler had called jim stewart who was the president of stacks and told jim we've got this artist we want to bring down and have you record i didn't know wilson pickett at the time but i worked in a record shop so we started looking for things that he might have sung on and somewhere somebody came up with a gospel record i remember playing the fight over and over because he'd go into this chant about i'm gonna wait till the midnight i'm gonna see my jesus in a midnight wound wilson didn't just come up with the idea of singing about in the midnight hour the phrase the midnight hour had been around in gospel music it was a very very common phrase jim and i pick up jerry and wilson at the airport in memphis go to the hotel which was that time a holiday and it's not there anymore at the corner of poplar avenue and cross town and jerry said jim and i are going to go each something and have a meeting you guys go ahead and get started writing when i went down to memphis i took on four or five hit songs down that i had written steve cropper was a very together guy like he would piccione jump jumping there suddenly change in a sudden lead doing this way or that way then he was good at doing that so he come to my hotel we put everything together make it right and about i don't know about two hours later or so knock on the door open it and jewish how's it going so we played him to songs and he said man i'm getting out of here you guys are doing well it should just keep writing they went in the next day and recorded these four songs and one of them of course was in the midnight hour.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is steve cropper steve cropper was the sort of de facto producer for all the sessions at stax but he was also a part of the backing band in the studio the back tony reading back sam and dave the back daddy floyd wilson pickett carla thomas all the way through jerry for had called jim stewart who was the president of stacks and told jim we've got this artist we want to bring down and have you record i didn't know wilson pickett at the time but i worked in a record shop so we started looking for things that he might have sung on and somewhere somebody came up with a gospel record i remember playing the fate out over and over because he'd go into this chant about i'm gonna wait till the midnight i see my jesus wilson didn't just come up with the idea of singing about in the midnight hour the phrase the midnight hour had been around in gospel music it was a very very common phrase jim in our pickup jerry and wilson at the airport in memphis go to the hotel which was that time a holiday and it's not there anymore at the corner of poplar avenue and cross town and jerry said jim and i are going to go each something and have a meeting you guys go ahead and get started writing when i went down to a memphis i took on four or five hit songs down there that i had written steve cropper was a very together guy like he would pit you anywhere jumping if suddenly change in the sub lead doing this way or that way then he was good at doing that so he come to my hotel we put everything together make it right and about i don't know about two hours later or so knock on the door opened it and jewish how's it going so we played him to songs and he said man i'm getting out of here you you guys are doing well they should just keep writing they went into the next day and recorded these four songs and one of them of course was in the midnight hour.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The kids yeah i mean like this a is just charity great you and steve cropper at beco i worked park with sycamore future farmers here of america this friday f f night a what i was a great in charge matchup a sheet steve cropper what what a legend did we hire phil yeah hendrie yeah i saw that was scots loans yeah i did imitation that whole thing of me down at stax doesn't records sell about anything like two summers ago what and they take was the you first through there guy in you the supposed show to be you you're the studio the second guy where booker second t in the guy mtv's played and all wasn't the great sure music they've made one forty four newsradio and seven it's hundred wwl amazing w the amount of music that guy is on isn't it yeah yeah there it's are pretty still impressive dozens of young children it's pretty not impressive reunited that's with their for families sure today i know despite that you've a court said order that i'm jack all crumley of that seven was hundred wwl was w dot inspirational com today to everything was that the deadline happened in for the the trump quote administration unquote british to reunite invasion one hundred that without two immigrant without children this kind of under music the age of five invasion who never had happens been separated from their migrant parents at the border no they were shooting for about half of that today there are one hundred that and two all children the issues and that health came and human out of services here custody in america who were under no the age of five and were i separated often from their wondered parents about as you part of the i've trump seen administration's where you said you've zero you had tolerance no formal policy training and while in today playing is the court imposed guitar deadline right for reunification but what you lawyers pick a guitar for hhs up for the first time told a judge so fourteen far only fifteen four have been reunited and that's another kind thirty of late in four life for expected rock and roller to be isn't by the it end of the day have no they idea say it's due to logistical reasons such as identifying and but then what betting made you the do parents that what what but did the judge what did in you this case do isn't that at buying that point it in your life he's asked the aclu she to submit i a don't proposal know for i punishment against the government for just missing wanted the deadline to play guitar serena and marshall abc news pretty washington sure that new i wasn't supreme going court to nominee be brett i cavanaugh wasn't is being introduced working to members nine to of five the senate wasn't today gonna vice work president for me mike pence escorted so the federal appeals court judge either to senate that majority or a life leader of crime mitch mcconnell's office pence called cavanaugh why's a good man decision who should face on your a part fair dave and thorough very confirmation wise decision process if confirmed cavenaugh but would you replace pick that retiring thing up justice and i think anthony within kennedy seven years democrats you are write pledging the song a fight over hole president in my trump's shoe nominee for traffic ahead of and november's it's like a huge midterm elections hit and the president i will think start we're twenty one participating when you wrote in that a song two day where you're not nato summit on wednesday trump has landed in brussels belgium normally maybe that would twenty be a big moment twenty airforce one touching down on a foreign tarmac the local media focused on the american president okay but mr me trump arrived during the belgium france world cup semi final game bars in brussels were packed with anxious soccer fans in fact just moments after the president landed france scored to if take i'm a not one mistaken nothing lead that karen travers in that abc album news was produced traveling by with the president in jimmy brussels millar right while headed and to that western was your entree europe the president or was tweeted it your entree criticism to of the nato rolling allies stones remember for news anytime on demand at seven yeah i hundred knew wwl brian w jones dot a little com bit i'm jack crumley jimmy news radio seven hundred miller wwl was brought w over to produce traffic on demand he went over iheartradio to.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hundred the big one pound seven hundred on at and t also on the show today we are going to go to thailand because i thought what those seals did in the last three days was nothing short of roic and there's great celebration in thailand there is great celebration in thailand today not just not just over the fact that the all of that soccer team and the coach route but also over the fact that there guys they're navy seals really shied also is there a chance that meditation can make you look younger i've got a doctor that says yes and joining me one zero five he is a rock and roll hall of famer and he is in town this friday night at bechtel park and he is the great and i don't use that word a lot he is the great dave mason he's going to join me at one zero five to talk about his career what he's going to do when he gets here this friday night with steve cropper and how all those years ago jimi hendrix dragged him out of a party and into a studio and within four hours the two of them recorded the song all along the watchtower it's all straight ahead it's the average american for the great american on seven hundred wwl w rocky boy big stories of the day don't just listen be part of the show andy fingers in rocky point because at the end of a top eddie and rock this afternoon seven hundred wwl.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"Coveted for newsweek on the way to cofounding rolling stone magazine i certainly do remember that a saturday night started to rain later on but that no one cared and after the jefferson airplane had blown the place wide open with a psychedelic set of this stuff you mean pull neil and all that came to four guys of otis redding dan plus their horn players incident has been into his first number shape and all of a sudden the place be shifts on science singh i wrote down lady that it was like ecstasy madness insanity wildness soul to reaching sold breaking and it was one thing otis had the most beautiful smile in the world it said so much for his intelligence sending schumer and his desire to meet you more than halfway to teams you to be have fun and all of that good into the music it wasn't just the notion that wasn't just screaming it was this is fun this is really beautiful who can have have all this fund to guess and that's exactly what happened and one thing you almost forget this was a perfectly integrated group was steve cropper on duct on the white guys and book at tea and i'll jackson a black guy but no one you didn't paid any mine it wasn't like some new thing that many crossing every racial barriers it was just good musicians people working together because they like each other and they respected each other's ability and they knew they could rock the box working together and that's exactly what happened zack kassian nah coming up in the afterlife of reading the legacy lives in celebrity hip hop sampling it's heard a new and emerging young female singers like souza and raveena this is opensource this is wnyc the age eight point three fm chicago costing from st xavi university i'm christopher lydon this is opensource janice penned arvis is one of.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Otis redding now take a listen to this batman now man grab yup the man fled sad small no no no van der waals now as faca fat back fast sad song by the way otis redding my guest is steve cropper steve you yuko wrote that song with odas to tell me a little bit about dinner and there's a i think a funny story about heller songs written here now we're in the motel on third street riding on different song and he heard horn parched for otis always heard one parche and he's given me the sound of a saxophone is gone i want fifa thoughts have i said hold reuter our said there might be asanin there as epa so if you listen to the songs that steve cropper kohl wrote without a shredding the lyrics are always about him and that's where that song came i keep saying and he said said song zhou said sounds is all i know songs are the songs are oldest thinking about himself is up you're seeing yeah it's hours wrote lurks without us and helped him finishes his ideas and and the lyrics ira or always about odors because otis was just to me bigger than life he was amazing and you talked about earlier how young he was he was young but i looked up at him as an older brother i didn't did not know we with the same age so voters were still alive he be the same age as me i think his birthday was in september man's in october tell me a little bit more about oddest like i notice from the like the mon monory pop recordings like i know oldest from from listening to his music you knew him as a person does not many people who who did tommy a little bit of a lot otis redding was like is just a guy well he was just different than most people in two ways one is.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"And then he comes back negative you can't get it so that's kinda win them right you you apply for financial aid and then you dry kick at his what are you what are your parathyroid well my parents asia's like hey uh look um the the system is just taken forever were in process but uh in the meantime we're gonna help you as much as we can for him and that that's an amazing thing the here from african parents would they kid that wants to be an actor who had no usually digital want you to be a doctor lawyer engineer you know um but they did support in me um do their little business and nigel yellow cabs in new york city and kinda chanaged the work my way work my way up you were driving cabs new york city because you were attending the new york conservatory restarting to become hi older how how how worried were you that your undocumented status could somehow ruined an opportunity for you you know what i it's one thing that we always put in the back of our mind mike as far back as possible i swear sometimes i forget it you know it's not something you want to think about because it brings some anxiety brings fear brings shame you know there's just a lot of pressure that goes with that so in my mind i'm just like hey i want to be an actor i feel like it has something to do with my purpose so as long as i do that and i'm really good at it there is that that that thing that immigration thing that status thing is gonna take care of itself right one day you know it's just gonna work out that was just micheals i'm i mean i'm doing what i need go do on paying taxes i'm working hard and um that i just figured this is america so you know the more you achieve the more you are an asset the more you contribued the better opportunity you have to become.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That's him with the star of the good plays christon bell as soon you'll get a chance to see bumba john bomba in marvels next blockbuster black panther but but get this he's landed all these roles while keeping a pretty big secret bomba john bomba is undocumented his originally from ivory coast or cote d'ivoire he never actually became a us citizen right now he's protected under the deferred action for childhood arrivals program which you might have heard about it's also called daca it predicts people from getting deported if they came to america as kids for the trump administration says it wants to end that program right now it's up to the us congress to come up with solution for over eight hundred thousand people like bombay john bomba he join me los angeles to tell me a little bit about why now was the time to start speaking out i'm john high hey how's it going thank you so much for having me it's a pleasure to have you what made you decide it was time now to talk about all this ad i just wanted people to know about my immigration status because daca as you said deferred action for childhood arrivals um is being rescinded and um it can affect my life it can affect my career i can be separated from my family debts that's really done the core the reason why i decided to at least a share my status with everyone to arm put a face to an issue to this issue and uh to get hollywood to put more skin in the game this is something that you've been living with for a while on haven't really even talking about what are the yet what what does it feel like now that the secret is out.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Man my friend sat on the table trust fast bowler result a conversation with cast me in trust me i'll give it a now the my hands stuck defend the men box scott announcing in icu ed sheeran six point three billion streams while total modify also has the biggest album of the year which has been stream three point one billion times and that song shape review has one point four billion streams raina as your it is an on a lot of the lists were we were just talking about the rolling stone i don't think it's rcbc music list only to an grammy nominations this is but the most streamed artist what does that tell you well i think it's kind of interesting you know out of all those 14 billion streams zero those reminder i don't think i i don't think that song on purpose ever but it was ever heard it yeah exactly i was everywhere so you know you all you have to do is go to the store and you'd hear that's on the air days ahead i was going to say the world is connected now though i mean there is a few artis that air the whole world is listening to an i'm actually surprised drake isn't number one this year for i think the last five years he's been he's there i mean lead at chemical mars their car to be hair drake's there i mean if you look at the rest of the song it's all hip and a young and it is believable that sharon is the one this year but you know what i mean like it's it's again as we pointed out this year and are they getting surprised anybody it gives just it's no surprise posner be the most dominant genre if you look at raw numbers on spotify debt it being believable it just is it's just data why why do you think that is a day well you know i think generations are listening to the same music now there's small by guess you'd say pockets of of generations in pockets of genres that are being heard but i think that.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I need to be reminded what what happened back in january february march i can't remember those i know sometimes i was looking at the list to 2017 songs and i was linked that came out in toys january of this year i don't even remember here so let's talk about some of these lists rolling stone magazine's number one album is kendrick lamar as damn a music the blog a consequence of sounds number one was lord's melodrama rain as is there one definitive list we can look at here i don't think so i think that the especially with the internet everybody can make their own list everybody's listening in different ways it's the the music landscape is so fragmented and niece now that there is no definitive list because you could look at the list of the biggest songs of the year and you may not have even a heard them before i mean it's interesting because they're gets there was a time of area when when there was only four magazines you know they're all printed by the same guy right and you could you could pretty much rely on that's different from that list like back in the days spin magazine was my bible spin was the one that for me at least stretched all this genres out and balance the mo enough that i can believe it has to be believable for some buddy what's a interesting this year is that spotify the music streaming service has actually has this 2017 wrappedcom website where you can law game dear spotify account and you can see not the songs that you kind of wished you're had listen to the most this year but the songs you had actually listen to the most this year based on your actual listening habits and of they've also released a list of the most streamed overall artist so this is the most streamed song most streamed artist of 2017 if this guy in the club is better placed to fund another said the bobby.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast if you're marketing predictable it should be because results shouldn't be left to chance that's why smart male marketing is based on science in a digital world people responded the tactile nature of male more than ever they pick it up they read it what's more they act on it study show direct mail consistently drives customers online and in store that's predictability a marketer can get excited about smart meal marketing makes success predictable learn morecanadapostc a smart male marketing hey how are you i'm tom power it is friday december eight this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show thanks a lot for tuning into bay steve cropper's on the show today steve cooper if you don't know him is rated one of the greatest guitar players ever to pick up the instrument and you might know him because he collaborated so much with otis redding otis redding who die when he was just twenty six years old and a plane crash fifty years ago oh this weekend and steve cooper in an interview that you're about to here talks about autism these beautiful glowing terms about when he was alive you know he remembers it like it was yesterday and and talks about the song zero together like a respected and sitting on the daca the bay and then i ask steve if he remembers the day he heard that odas died en everything changes can it's it's it's really really powerful i hope you can stick cram listen to that in owed area her to talk about whether it lists on the internet of the best songs the 2017 really matter and then you're going to hear bomba john bomba talk about being a an undocumented immigrants living his entire life in the united states never telling anybody becoming a very famous hollywood actor and then now finally i guess coming out and tell you why anyway the cute show starts now.

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"steve cropper" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"steve cropper" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"We only have thousands of copyrights but all of our copyrights are exceptional and frankly it's just easier to market songs that you've heard of that's why we focus on that as our business and frankly we think we have a fantastic staff of marketing people and people with her that dr opportunities but we it's very unusual in the music publishing space to have a large digital strategy team which we do it's very unusual to have a large brand team it's very unusual to run a polishing commpany like a record company and and that's what we do so got a chief marketing officer i dunno of another music publisher that as a chief marketing officer and he has product managers and you know again almost the entirety of our staff are people that are creative that are coming up with ideas and ways to market and i think that's what a tracks you know talent us i think that's what attracted smokey robinson to us lately i think that's what attracted steve cropper to us you know steve proper mo road midnight hour sitting on the of the bay and that's you know what attracted tom cochran who wrote life is a highway those types of services that i think are very unique to primary way of his would attracts talent once you've acquired these publishing rights chettha you're going to be creative your inner market differently what are some examples of what you did differently from what had been done before good question i'll give you some historical once.

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