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"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Sold on eBay. Jesus. That's lame. Filled with cheeky quips and kaleidoscope imagery, the author note was titled, About the Awful. Lennon's In His Own Right featured short stories, poems, and drawings that must have been so bad it could only be sold on eBay. I had a copy of it. It was cute. It wasn't bad. You know, it was no... Anyway. Cute. On this day in 2004, Usher. Winners at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards included Usher for best male video. But yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. He's got okay. I think he's having some kind of attack. Best video went to OutKast for Hey Yeah. That's a good song. Good video, too. Hey, yeah. Hey, yeah. Shake it. Shake it like a Polaroid picture. Best group video, no doubt, for It's My Life, which is a great remake, actually. What are you laughing at? You laughing at my OutKast thing? What? It's My Life. They did a great version of that. No doubt did. They did a good remake of that. Who did the original? Bon Jovi. Talk Talk. It's My Life. It was Talk Talk, wasn't it? Maybe, yeah. Bon Jovi did it. He just died a couple years ago, the lead singer from there. And best rock video went to Jet for Are You Gonna Be My Girl? That's a great song. Now, Scott, weren't you at Philippine? I think they were. They were a Philippine, right? No. They were American. They were American, yeah. Oh, I read somewhere that they were a Philippine. I mean, Philippine descent. Okay. They were great. They looked American to me, but... They had great songs. Just like cheesy pop, but good songs. Like garage rock, kinda, you know? Oh, shit. I'm sorry. I'm thinking... Sorry. I'm thinking of another band. You're thinking of the singing, the group, like the singers and dancers. Heaven Sent and all that. I was thinking of going, I don't know. I'm gonna leave the show now. Bye. There you go. On this day in 1995, Carly Simon, greatest melt in music history, and James Taylor performed live together in front of 10,000 fans on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. It was the first time they appeared live on the same stage since 79. The former couple played their own solo sets before combining their efforts and raising money for a local agricultural society. Martha's Vineyard, just don't bring illegals to Martha's Vineyard. They'll raise money for you, but you can't live here. Let me see. On this day in 1995, Sterling Morrison. Who's Sterling Morrison? What's Mark laughing at? Nothing, Scott. Nothing, man. Did he just make his own joke and he was laughing hysterically at his own joke? I'm listening to you. I'm learning. I'm being schooled by you. And I got one cheek off my chair because my sciatica is blazing. Okay, we're almost done. No, no, it's okay. Who's Sterling Morrison, Lou? Wasn't he in the Velvet Underground? Founding member. Yeah, a Velvet Underground. Died of cancer at his home in New York City two days after his 53rd birthday. The guitarist left the group in August 1971 and rejoined in 92 for a European tour during the 80s, he became the captain of a Houston tugboat. Wow. That's pretty cool. On this day in 1984, or 1994, I'm sorry, Oasis performed a selection of new songs at London's Virgin Megastore Marble Arch. The main man from the Lemonheads, Evan Dando, joined the band for a new song called Whatever. I didn't know Evan Dando played with them. Wow. On this day in 1992, appearing at this year's Reading Festival in England, Suede Ride Pavement Public Enemy, Manic Street Preachers, bassist Nicky Wire smashed his guitar in two and hurled it into the crowd, hitting a security guard who needed 16 stitches. Oh, shit. That's a great lineup. This is one of the most famous in festivals history. Nirvana played what would become their last UK concert and one of their most famous. Kurt Cobain took to the stage in a wheelchair pushed by music journalist Everett True parodying speculations about his mental health. Not like when Snoop Dogg at the Grammy Awards came on for Murder Was the Case came on stage in a wheelchair. Murder was the case that they gave me. Yeah, yeah. I know my wheelchairs. No, you know your rap. I know it. On this day in 1989, Billy Joel fired his manager and former brother-in-law Frank Webber after an audit revealed discrepancies. Joel took Webber to court and sued for $90 million. Never trust a brother-in-law. On this day in 1989, Izzy Stradlin from Guns N' Roses was arrested for making a public disturbance on a US air flight. Stradlin had urinated on the floor. Vermally abused a stewardess because that's what they are. And smoked in the non-smoking section of the aircraft because in 89 you can still smoke on a plane. You know what? He was trying to be Axl and he just couldn't do it. He didn't have to be. He wrote the songs. Yeah, that's right. He tried to be an asshole but he couldn't be an asshole. He just couldn't. On this day in 1988, Bruce Springsteen's wife Julianne filed for divorce after newspapers published photos of Springsteen and backing singer and family killer Patty Schiaffler. Not really. He had no right marrying that actress. Yeah, that was a failed marriage from the start. Yeah, that was doomed from the start. He had to go back to New Jersey. He's still with Patty. She's not a bad singer. I remember those pictures though. Bruce is relaxing. He's relaxing. On this day in 1986, Steve Winwood went to number one in the U.S. single, Shots with Higher Love. Number 13 hit in the UK. I saw him at the Providence Civic Center and there's quite a kind of a crazy story to that concert. Really? I probably can't tell on the air because... Did it involve Steve Winwood's balls on your neck? No, no, no. But it did involve someone, a girl I met in the crowd. No, no, no. Stop it. Stop, stop, stop. That'll be for the Patreon show, the post show. Crazy story. $50 a ticket. Crazy, crazy story. When we see that face, we know.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Oh, that was good. Scott. I got it. I can do it when I need. I can dance. I really hit the floor. I can dance. Uh, George Vance. Give me the night. That's a good 80s song. Yeah. Anything Chuck man, Johnny. Okay. And then it cuts off there. Uh, let me see if I can put, I'd like to know what the acronyms mean. What's an MFN. Uh, that's a good one. Uh, let me see. WF Paul young. Every time you go away. Great. Yeah. I just heard a song. Uh, I saw an interview with him recently. Uh, I saw it on YouTube where he talked about that song and, uh, how Darryl halls, you know, he loved his version of it. He also loves the royalties too. Uh, all young open for Genesis. When I saw them on that, that a big tour they did. Yeah. He had a good run. Nice fucking guy too. You know what I mean? Like nice guy, nice guy. Uh, and dude looks like a lady. Arrowsmith was hers. Uh, I remember that video all over on TV. Yeah. Yeah. So let me see. Where was I? Okay. Um, Lou, give me, give me two more songs. I got you split ends. I got you. Yeah. Split ends went on to the become crowded house, right? Yeah. And I've had the time of my life. Yeah. Hey, listen, dirty dancing, right? I never saw the movie, but I heard the song and I never saw the movie either. That was a big song over in the Philippines. You guys want to make fun of me? You guys want to make fun of me? I like the movie. It's something charming. I like Patrick Swayze. Everyone made fun of him, but he made some good movies. Roadhouse. Yeah. No, I think you get out of the box for that. He gets in the penalty box. No, he can't hear this, but they filmed a lot of dirty dancing here in Nashville. You can't come on this show and say you like dirty dance and going in the fucking penalty box. All right. Let me see. Three, two, one. All right. He's back. Hey, at least I'm honest. It was like, you know what it was? It was a movie I could watch with my parents who were very strict. We all loved it. We watched it together. Now you make me feel bad for putting you in the fucking penalty box. Why didn't you say that to begin with? I miss my parents. They both passed. Fuck you. No, no, penalty box. I'm not getting guilted. You're not guilting me, motherfucker. No, no, no, no, no. He did it well, though. He did it well. He got me. He got me. I caught him. He's got the fucking, he's wiping his eyes. Penalty box again. Fucking triple minor. He just might get a game misconduct. He got the shit stuck behind his glasses. My glasses are fogging up. He's going to fuck me. You stuck behind his glasses. Oh, you suck. I throw this to the camera, but I have to break my camera. Look at you making the people cry. What was that? Way to fucking bring the showdown, Debbie Downer. Lou, where was it filmed? Around here. I thought it was really filmed in the Catskill. Lou wants to move off the subject. I think Paul filmed it on Lake Lure. I thought it was filmed up in New York. I don't know. All right. Give me one more, Lou. One more. Walking on Sunshine Katrina and the waves. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Unfortunately, she passed away. Didn't Katrina pass away? Wow, really? I think so. Very positive. They're just called End the Waves now. Let's get some other girl named Katrina, I guess. I have, as my backup. What are the acronyms? Marie, what are the acronyms named for Lou? I got the ones earlier ones. You may have a lot of fun. Money for Nothing. Love WOS, right? I guess that's a song, maybe. Walking on Sunshine. Walking on Sunshine, yeah. You got the other ones earlier? You figuring them out, Lou? Yeah. What do they mean? Girls just want to have fun and money for nothing. Oh, there you go. Okay. All right. See, she's doing that quick, quick time. It's like shorthand for texting. A and F or something, whatever that stuff means. So I have, hey, listen, this is an iconic 80s song and it brings me to the Philippines. Never going to give you up. Never going to let you down. Rick Rollin, baby. Rick Rollin. I've seen him now. Yeah. Pretty cool stuff. Yeah, yeah. He just did an old show. I think he did a couple nights of just Smith songs, Morrissey songs. Wow. Yeah. Morrissey songs. Morrissey was, sure. Go ahead. Yeah, do it. Never going to give you up. Tainted Love. That's a great song. And I can even say, no game back then, didn't it? Jump or How Soon Is Now. Those are the other two that I have. How Soon Is Now. When I heard How Soon Is Now. Porter Sisters or Van Halen. Van Halen. Yeah, that's Van Halen. Who is How Soon Is Now? The Smiths. Smiths. Oh, man. You've never heard of that? Oh, the big song. I just never knew the title. Yeah, yeah. Fucking Johnny Mara at his greatest. Yeah. Like, how did you come up with that fucking sound? Like, go YouTube and like how he came up with that sound. That is as unique as it gets. When I first heard that, right, I was fucking floored. Yeah. I was like, that's a fucking amazing. And then Morrissey just coming in and, you know, I am the sun in the air, right? And start singing. And it's just a great fucking song. Heavy, very thick. And then the next time I got that feeling for a song, I just went like it just fucking like blew me away. Yeah. Was Nirvana Smells Like Teen Spirit. Like those two songs, like I never had like a really like, whoa, wow. That shit sounds fucking good. When Nirvana hit, it was a breath of fresh air with something different. Yeah. Nirvana killed Blovah Boy. They killed the hair bands. They killed them all. I would have killed a lot of them. And then Kurt went and killed them. Yeah. That was bad. That was bad. Yeah. And Blovah Boy went on a binge and became Blovah Boy. But anyways. All right, so let's move on. Give us, give me your, Luke, give me a video of the week. Oh, shit. Oh, he didn't do his own work. I never saw anything for a video of the week. All right. Well, I said it last week. Mark, do you have a video? We did that last week, didn't we? Yeah, we're going to do it every week now. Oh, shit. That's right. I guess I either missed the message or you missed the message. Either way, it doesn't matter. I got a video. All right. I got one. I got one. Again, it goes back to my youth because it really freaked me out because he was seeing his wholesome pop. And when he did the video, it was thriller. Michael Jackson. That blew my mind when it came out. Oh, yeah. That was an epic. I mean, that was like a short story. When he showed that kind of the makeup and everything, I was like, holy. That's, to me, one of the greatest videos ever, you know? So that's my video of the week. I do have one when you get a chance. All right. Go ahead. Yeah. Mark mentioned earlier, Bruce Springsteen's I'm on fire. So bad. I think April brought it up. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. It was the key. Remember the video? Yeah. He's so stiff. He comes out from under the car on the dolly, you know, watch our friend and he's just so bad. I'm like, yeah, someone who's so natural on stage. Yeah. And I think he's even critiqued for the video saying, you know, it was just totally, he was like a mannequin. Poor Bruce. His cameos on him in high fidelity are funny though, which I do suck. Yeah. So for future reference every week. Now I want to have a video music video of the week. Every week would do it music video of the week, right? It gives people, I think one of us froze. Here we go again. I don't know. April just said froze. No, she likes the song frozen. Okay. My video of the week and I highly suggest you watch it. It's got, and I actually posted it earlier on Facebook. It's a great song. It's got great music. It's got great dancing in it. It's a great story, but the fucking ending, you just got to see it. It's a fucking left turn. Like it is an absolute, like, wow. Okay. So it's a John Newman. He's like a, he's a British dude, a British kid, like blue eyed soul. He has a voice kind of like, a little bit like Terrence Trent Diabi. Okay. Right. Kind of raspy, kind of like a raspy, but it's definitely blue eyed soul. And the name of the song is love me again. Watch that video tonight. It's a fucking really good song. It's a really good, like I said, the dancing is fucking cool in the story. Like you got, it's, it's almost like a fucking friends like this. Like you just say this motherfucker, therefore those are friends. Yeah. Right. And it has that kind of feel to it. You're like, damn. And just watch, watch to the end. Okay. Watch to the end. So I already got my video picked out for next week. Oh, good. All right. Yeah. Lou forgot. I completely forgot. I should have put, I don't know if I put it in the, I usually send you a text what we're going to do. It's all right. Hey, Lou, remember when I had the album review on, on that music relish and you said, I forgot to listen to it. You fucked me over so many times. I screwed the whole thing up. So watch that video. John Newman loved me again. Okay. Top 10 singles this week in 1988. Number 10 just got paid by Johnny Kemp who was with Spender Ballet. No, Johnny Kemp was, Johnny Kemp was with new kids on the blue. No, not new kids on the new edition. I believe he came from new edition. Number nine. Hold on to the night. I'm sorry. I'm sorry about that. Number eight. Not his greatest song monkey by George Michael. Number seven this week in 1988. I don't want to live without your love Chicago. Number six this week in 1988. I don't want to go on with you like that. Elton John. Number five this week in 1988. A one, two, three by Gloria Stefan and the Miami sound machine. Number four, excuse me, sign your name, Terrence Trantiabi speaking of. Number three this week in 1988, Make Me Lose Control, Eric Carman. Number two this week in 1988, Hands to Heaven by Breathe. Now who was in that group? No idea. I thought it was somebody like from, it was kind of other groups, like older groups, they got together. Okay, but wasn't Eric Carman's song, was that from Dirty Dancing? Because I really loved that movie. Make Me Lose Control. I don't know what that was. I don't know. I didn't see the whole, fuck you. I don't care if Mark, Mark walked away to the bathroom. He's going to come back with a fucking banana probably. Where'd that toilet paper come out of the back of his pants? Yeah. And number one this week in 1988, roll with it, Steve Wynn with great video. That's a good video. No, top 10 albums this week in 1988. Number 10 was Let It Loose, Gloria Stefan and the Miami Sound Machine. Number nine, Open Up and Say Ah, Poison. Poison. Okay. Number eight this week in the album chart, top 10 albums charts in 1988. He's the DJ, I'm the rapper. DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. Number seven this week on the albums charts in 1988, Faith, George Michael. Number six this week in the top 10 album charts in 1988, OU812, Van Halen. Number five this week in 1988, Let It Loose, the great album charts, Dirty Dancing soundtrack. Number four this week in the top 10 album charts in 1988, Tracy Chapman. Tracy Chapman. You had a fast car. Was it fast enough so we could drive away? I'm going to get a big knife and slit my wrist because the sun's killing me. It's like how depressing can you get? Her whole delivery was very depressing on me. Very dour. It is. Mark Teller, welcome to the show, Mark. Ralph mentioned Dirty Dancing about 15 times. Good thing I missed the 80s music. God, the music sucked. Okay, buddy. All right. I went down looking for a pickle and there were no more pickles. I really want a pickle. Goes good with wine. Number three this week in the top 10 album charts in 1988, Appetite for Destruction, Guns N' Roses. Number two this week in the top 10 album charts in 1988, Roll With It, Steve Winwood. And number one this week in 1988 in the top 10 album charts, Hysteria, Def Leppard. I like that album. Oh, it's good. I like that song. Hysteria. Yeah. Very melodic. Yeah. Well, that was good. That was a big video in the Philippines. It's time for this day of music. Yeah. We might get out of here at around the two hour mark. Yeah. If I could rush through this. Let's go. I'll start from the most recent and go backwards. On this day in 2007, Amy Winehouse canceled the series of European shows after being admitted to the hospital suffering from severe exhaustion. Well, considering she was like 97 pounds and her hair weighed about fucking 30 of that. I thought she was a beautiful girl though. I just thought she was beautiful. Yeah. I thought she was. Yeah. I like petite. I always liked the petite. What a loss. Yeah. What could have been. Yeah. The 23 year old singer was taken to the London hospital and made a discharge. In the past few weeks, she had pulled out of the Tea in the Park festival, also citing exhaustion, Liverpool summer pops. On this day in 2007, Baltimore mayor Sheila Dixon proclaimed today as the city's official Frank Zappa Day. Yay. Citing Zappa's musical accomplishments. Garbage. Shut up. As well as his defense of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution that I give him on this day in 2007, Jennifer Lopez won a $545,000, won $445,000 in a case against her first husband who planned to publish a book claiming she had several affairs. Lopez claimed Ojani Noah had violated a previous legal settlement, in other words, a prenup, preventing him from revealing private details about their relationship. The star claimed that Mr. Noah offered not to publish the book in return for $5 million. So that is extortion. You know what I would say about his book? It's a sound sample we play on the music relish. Oh my God. Who cares? Who cares? You want to read about that? Come on. Exactly. Exactly. And he ended up paying for it. So let me see, it was a sad day on this day in 1995. Jerry Garcia, guitarist for Grateful Dead, died from a heart attack at Serenity Knolls Rehabilitation Clinic in San Francisco at age 15. In his sleep. Yeah.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"That was it. That was where they ended, really. But again, good album for 1986. What else? I guess, you know, since we're talking about 86 and since I was kind of making fun of Steve Winwood with his middle of the road. I guess we have to bring up another one. Which was just a monster album in 86. You can't you can't go buy 86 without talking about Paul Simon's graceland. Talk away, my friend talked away, you know how I'm not a big fan. You know the big Alzheimer's. We've been doing this show for about a year and a half and you've always said, what don't you like about Paul Simon? Wait a minute. Wait, graceland is a great album they won all the Grammys that yet you gave me the whole fucking rundown on it. Well, I'm not a big fan of Paul Simon. And Garfunkel? We were Garfunkel Finn. Not a couple couple songs. I liked Paul Simon's early solo stuff. And that was it. You know? Yeah, well, I mean, you know, great, graceland was supposed to be or, you know, was heralded as, you know, this big breakthrough, you know, cultural mash up if you want to call it collaboration with all of the South African artists. And I think he caught an equal amount of flak, you know, that he kind of stole or leverage that meeting that music cultural appropriation or however you want to term it. You know, I think that there's some good stuff. The boy in the bubble is great tune. Diamond on the soul of his shoes, graceland itself, you know, call my call me out. It was, you know, it was, it was a great record. And I loved it back then, but I will tell you, I never listened to that record anymore. Right? And why is that? Good for its time. Yeah, I think good for its time. I think it was good for its time, but I think it was so overplayed. You know, it's just one of those things where the majority of those songs, I don't need to hear again. Yeah, I agree. I never heard it to begin with. No, that's not true. I'm sure. I didn't. I didn't hear it to begin with. I didn't. Come on. Come on. You had to have accidentally heard the majority of that record. No. Maybe not. Maybe not, maybe not in its entirety, but you definitely did. I don't know about that. No, you did. Shut up. What the fuck? Just shut up. Hey, you know it was a good kind of under the radar album for 1986. What's that? Whiplash smile, but Billy Idol. That had a lover on its sweet 16. One of my favorite fucking favorite probably top three Billy Idol songs off that album that you never hit played on the radio and I don't know why I don't need a gun. That's a great fucking song. The video is good, just YouTube it. You too, it's a great, it's a good fucking video. He's got Steve Stevens with him. I mean, that was like the duo right there, right? I take Billy Idol and Steve Stevens over David Lee Roth and Steve vi any day. Okay, you're entitled to that. Yeah. I don't think you have to make that choice. I think it's a dumb thing to say. Explain dumb. Well, why do you have to make that choice? Because that's the comparison I made. Just tell me another comparison. Give me another comparison. I think that's a fair comparison. Well, I think the more appropriate one was that you would take Eddie and Sammy over, but I'm not, they're a step above. Oh, you do? Yeah, of course. I'm not going to put Steve vine and Steve Stevens in the same category as Eddie Van Halen. And Sammy, hey guys, it's a good front man. Solid voice, guitar player. He's a different animal. You have David Lee Roth Billy Idol. Neither one of them play a real instrument. They're more about themselves. They persona on stage. I know they both play the acoustic guitar or whatever. And then you got these two, these two gun slinging guitarists behind them, right? Steve Wei is basically a gun for hire. Steve Stevens was with Billy Idol and he stayed with villa, which was a smart move to make. Very smart. Yeah. And they're both if you ask a guitarist who's better Steve Stevens or Steve vi, you might get a little of both. You might get a mixed mixed review, you know? Steve Weiss, he's more of a virtuoso type guitar player. Yeah, Steve Stevens is rock guitar player. He has been, but I will say to your point, I think that Steve Stevens, I like Steve Stevens guitar playing better than Steve Weiss. Steve I do too. To your point is more of a technical type player, yeah. Yeah, yeah, but he's got his kind of own sound and, you know, sometimes it can come across a little squeaky for me, like that fucking guy in way mouth steam, whatever it's fucking name. Yeah, what the fuck? What was he with the fucking trans Siberian orchestra? Because they're the same thing. I saw them do a Christmas show one year, right? I saw it in the Chris the first half of the Christmas show was great. They told the story, they had a guy, it was a very nice Christmas show, right? 'cause that's where they're kind of non the trans Siberian ocean or the Christmas stuff, right? But then the second half of this show was them playing their music, which I was like, let's get the fuck out of here. I can't believe I can't believe you putting down engVid mountain scene. I bet you Mark Smith is throwing shit around the room right now. I would venture to guess those guys like engVid. I don't know. I probably do, probably. Be in the prog rocky guys, but you know, again, there's another guy. So this is just my opinion. Steve vai, Joe satriani, enve mom scene. Yeah, they can run up and down that fretboard like lightning. But where's the song? Where's the melody? I'm with you, buddy. I'm fucking with you. See that like you and I like with peanut butter and jelly with the peanut butter on one piece of bread and the jelly on another piece of bread. The logical way to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. No. No, no, no. Not the psycho Ted Bundy way of doing it and putting everything on one slice of bread and leaving the other sliced naked. That's what you do. That's what you do. That's how you make it. See, look, Mark Smith, they grew up on engVid. First album was great, then I grew up to Steve Weiss a total Frank Zappa. I love the guy. He's seeing him next week. Hey, tell him that Scott mcclain says he sucks. I'll kick his fucking ass. Kick in ways ass. I'll kick it. I think he's going to say Steve I said grew up, Steve hi, his total Frank's Apple. Love the guy seeing him. I guess he is seeing Steve. I'm going to see gorillas again on Saturday on Sunday Night. I met Steve in Los Angeles. He was a complete dick to me. Did he bump you? Did he punk you like Chuck Berry did? He did not. He was just indifferent. I'd rather be punk'd than be than be indifferent to.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"What the hell was that? I just had a feedback off my phone. Yeah, because of the claymation, it was very ahead of its time. So to speak, but I still say, I like the don't give up with Kate Bush. And I will tell you that my favorite song on so, and a song that I listened to still, I was listening to it earlier this week as mercy street. I think that song is just absolutely beautiful. Right. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, again, great album, great, great album. That's another album from 86. You have, do you realize that, you know, that year, I don't know if it was, I think it may have been the first year, but you know, far, those of us that were in the Boston area, that was the first year of great Woods. Oh, shit, it was, wasn't it? I think it was. Peter Gabriel was one of the first people that played that venue, which was, you know, all kind of new to us. You know, the other thing about that so album that was amazing is just the musicians that he had on there. And, you know, talk about somebody that was on hot streak. Daniel lanois, you know, solo artist composer, but also producer did the unforgettable fire and a year later in 80s 7 from our top of 86. Would go on to co produce the Joshua tree. And he actually was the one that produced so. And there was a great album. It was a fantastic. It was a fantastic fantastic album. Still is. Still is. Yep. What about this is a good one. This was kind of not so much a comeback, like LL Cool J says don't call it a comeback. I've been here for years. Back in the high life, Steve Wynn would that was a monster. It was a huge record for him. But you know what? I have a certain amount of respect for Steve Winwood, certain his longevity in his songwriting and whatnot. But I don't know, that record did not do that much for me. It was just kind of middle of the road soft rock to me. Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, are you shitting me? Are you shitting me? I'm sorry. Hi, love is what? Come on. Middle of the road. Middle of the road, come on. It's a good album. That's the infamous Providence Rhode Island hitchhiking at one in the morning in February. After that. You know what? I saw him on that tour down a great Woods. Like, you know, the traffic stuff was, you know, good and the blind faith stuff was good. But just he's, I don't know, he's okay. So the car is okay.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"I was always, I did the dive for the inserts. If it was seeing if there was any inserts. It's back then, you didn't know. There was no publicity, unless you read team magazine or something says, catch the insert of the pretenders album, which I have the pretenders album, a Japanese import. And it has some pretty cool fucking inserts in it. The pretenders first album. Yeah. I think that's one of the things of all the different formats that music came out on. The long playing album, you know, vinyl was where I certainly learned most about music. You know, like a lot of people ask you and I like, how do you guys know so much shit? And a lot of it, you know, at least I know for me was, you know, I used to go into Boston and I used to go to record stores and I used to flip the one. Yeah, I used to flip through the stacks and I would read, you know, the backs and the records and you learned who, you know, the personnel was in the band who played bass and who played drums and who produced and who wrote, you know, and which one covers and which that's how I know that that's how I know like Joan armatrading's album, me myself and I fucking Thomas Dolby was the keyboard player on that album. How would I know that other than I studied it? And the thing that you and I had and there are people that have this and it's for different some do it for movies. TV shows. I have a pretty good way of doing it. But for some fucking strange reason, we retain that information. You just retain it because we love the music so much that when you learn something about it, at least that's how I was. When I learned something about it, it was like an epiphany like, wow, and that just kind of stuck. I retained all this fucking music, information, and you know, we always used to joke about it. Like I said, you know, I got a fucking full of music info that served me no good. When you control when you controlled the album cover, you control information information. I remember, I remember, I remember the first time I saw Joe Cocker's with a little help from my Friends and just being blown away by looking at the back cover and seeing that Steve Winwood was on there..
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Off, get relatively close to aquarium. Dude takes us through roxbury. Takes us through roxbury. Now for those that are not familiar with roxbury. That's just say. Nothing good happens after 7 p.m.. In Brock, not midnight. No 1 o'clock. Nothing. You know what? Not the good happened anytime of the day over there. Yeah, it's just the way it was the projects just wasn't and especially it now it's two 15, two 30 in the morning, whatever it is. And the reason this dude knew how to get this because that's where you're going by shit. Evidently, right? So finally, I'm like, do you know where you are? Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. The get us the fuck out of here. Get us out of here. This is how you do it. Don't stop at a red light. See a red light, don't stop, just keep going. It's blown through it. It's two 30, no one cares. Let's get us out of there. So finally, he gets us to our destination. And then, just like that, he's gone. He's going to drive back to Providence now. At two 33 in the morning. Like, the dude was a godsend. That was tweaking. But he was still a godsend. And then we took a taxi home. It's very anti climactic story. But that was one long night. And I went to my house, Phil went to his house, Jim went to his house, but Jim had to deal with getting his cock keys, and then going back to Providence. To get his car. Served him right. I wasn't going with him. Fuck that. Nope. Nobody. So, that's the Steve Winwood story. Something I never wanted to repeat again, not the story. The whole incident, all right. Let's move on. Thank you for listening, by the way. Thank you for listening. All right, let's move on to this day in music. Let's get this over with. This is Jack's favorite. This is where Jack would pick up his guitar and start strumming and this thing that stopped mocking me and being a jerk. All right, on this day in music. On this day in 1960 in 1960 16. In 1960, after completing his national service, he served his time in the military. In flying back to America, Elvis Presley stepped on British soil for the first and only time in his life. When the plane carrying him stopped for refueling at press wick airport in Scotland, I find that amazing that he never toured Europe. Like you would think that he went everywhere, but I don't know how much he ventured outside the United States. I don't know, right? Makes you think. If that's the only time he ever stepped on British soil, think. Anyways. In 1963, the fourth seasons, who doesn't like the four seasons, right?.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"You can pick plenty of solo killing in the name of. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, but the one that I will, or bulls on parade, you know, if you want gorilla radio, I mean, innovative guitar player. Yeah. But I'll tell you the one that really blew me away as far as Tom Morello is when he actually played with Bruce Springsteen in the E street band. There's a live version of him doing the ghost of Tom Joe. And he do it with he doesn't rage against machine does a great cover of that. Yeah. He's a cover of that. He's a great great guitar player as well. Yeah. Some people think he's overrated he relies upon sex a lot. But that guy can play. He does it well. If you get a chance, watch that video. Watch that video, rage against machine ghost of Tom Joe. I actually looked at that one today and I looked at I forgot to put Tom are all about. I'm glad you brought him up. So those are our list, people. Those are our lists. And maybe you like them. Maybe you didn't maybe agree maybe you didn't. And I'm sure there will be another guitar solo show because there's so much there. There's so much there. But now it's time to move into Jack's favorite segment of the show. This day, I'm in music, right? Okay, and I'm not even gonna get into that. Here we go. This day in music. You need an echo effect. All right, on this day in 1962, Chubby Checker went back to number one on the U.S. singles shots with the twist. The song first went to number one in September 1960 and became the only record in American shot history to top shots in two separate occasions. On this day, in 1968, Johnny, did you just cough doing, was that a mocking cough? It's cold and flu season here. On this day in 1960, we've watched the news at all, but there are people getting sick everywhere. Let me get through this, please. All right, let's do it. On this day, in 1968, Johnny Cash played a show, which was recorded for his forthcoming live album at Folsom prison. The Sacramento California gone to that prison, not inside of it, but I lived the second one. In front of 2000 inmates, when released, the lead singer single Folsom prison blues and update of his 1956 hit became one of the most famous recordings of his career. On this day in 1969, Elvis Presley began a ten day recording session that would produce his final U.S. number one record and my favorite record of all time from him is my favorite song from him, which the fine young cannibals do a great cover of suspicious minds. So he recorded that on this day in 1969. Don't you give me that look. In 1970, this day in 1973, Eric Clapton made a stage come back at the rainbow theater in London, with Pete Thompson, Ronnie wood Steve Winwood, Jim capaldi and support from the average white band. The knights two shows were recorded for the rainbow concert album. Pete Thompson from the who had organized the concept to help Clapton kick his heroin addiction. Right? No, hey, listen, if they got called up for that, then they're talented music. They're absolutely talented. Now, keep going. This is fascinating stuff. Yeah, it is..
"steve winwood" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Believe the answer you're looking for is blind faith Thank you blindfold Steve Winwood Right and song Higher love Indeed Just check in Do I go to the bonus round for that Do I get to be in your dreams No I'm sorry that's not good You get an idea You get to do this again tomorrow Folks at that sounded weird Just rewind your digital tape And you'll understand where this is from Close together All right Dave what do you got Goodness Let me save you all from yourselves and talk about earnings estimates for the S&P 500 You know you go back in the pre-pandemic era and you would see that analysts would cut their projections during the quarter Think about it as setting a lower bar So companies would have an easier time crossing it when their numbers would actually come out Manage it right Yeah I mean that's what we're talking about The last 5 quarters though in the pandemic era it's been a whole different story because analysts have raised their estimates during the quarter every time And the third quarter you saw an increase of about four and a half percentage points in terms of the earnings growth that analysts were anticipating for the quarter They're now above 28% by the way based on the projections we've compiled here at Bloomberg So what we're talking about yeah it is But beyond that the 5 quarter streak is the longest since 2005 and the reason I know that is because the data that we use to track these quarterly changes goes back to the fourth quarter of 2004 And that's when a 5 quarter streak began just based on the data we have in might have been even longer In terms of the history But in any case it shows you how exceptional the past few quarters have been when it comes to analyst projections So does that mean Dave that if we do get like we've gotten earlier this year some just blow out numbers from companies for the third quarter of the year that potentially the stock won't move significantly because that's expected That's certainly a piece of it but think of it this way more emphasis on the outlook perhaps than the past performance which tends to be the case a lot of the time Anyhow But the basic idea that you know people have been getting more optimistic over time so they expect just that much more out of the companies not just for the past quarter but for the quarters to come and maybe the years to come because we're almost getting to that point in the profit cycle you might say and the real question is whether companies are going to be able to deliver I'm also curious if they can deliver on the top line Well there is that Absolutely And we've seen more and more companies as a percentage of the S&P 500 be able to do that as well So that's been the case of bottom line when you think about numbers in the mid to high 80% range which we've seen the last few quarters So even as the numbers have gone up companies have increasingly beaten those numbers when their results come out So you know at some point you would think something has to give and the question is whether the earnings season to come will be that sort of transition Makes me wonder are they managing really well Are a street is the street just too low and they're missing something I don't know It's a post pandemic sort of situation at this point I suppose And that's really as much as anything you would think what's complicated the process of setting estimates is you know people just don't have anything to compare against We haven't seen a pandemic like this for some time Well if you thought to yourself I haven't seen it in my lifetime Exactly Wait a minute Well earnings season starts in just a few so we can already start thinking about that Hey Dave give us your stock of the day That would be Pinnacle west capital This is the owner of Arizona public service Utility Ticker is PN W and they've been going back and forth with regulators in Arizona for a while in terms of their rates Now they've been looking for a return on equity of 10% which pretty much in line with what they've had to pass few years Regulators had suggested 9.4% it consumer groups were talking 8.7% Now the commission has come out and proposed the consumer's number So you're talking about a drop in their return Guggenheim Lawrence rating to sell from buy on the stock in response to this recommendation So you know you can see I mean let's face it Utilities are dependent on regulators to set their rates to set their returns and it's not going Pinnacle west way and the stock is down more than 8% It's already fallen to its lowest price in the year and a half Down 22% from the recent high back in June so a big move down Absolutely Check out the stock of the day just after four 15 p.m. Wall Street time on Facebook LinkedIn and on Twitter at the one day Thanks Dave And you might end up in date.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Ching someone got paid for those bomber on this day in two thousand eleven. This is the greatest this day in history. I'll ever read on this day in two thousand eleven star ships we built. This city was named the worst song of the eighties. I gotta say where song ever in a poll by rolling stone magazine. The final countdown. By the swedish band europe came in second and lady and read by krista. berg was third. What also making the top five cams wake me up before you go go and the safety dance by men without hats. Don't let tabby here your that. She loves the safety shade. Loves loves loves loves the safety dance. It was a sad day on this day in two thousand nineteen ginger bak- the legendary drummer and co founder. Who we just spoke about last week. My man my drummer co founder of the rock band cream died at the age of eighty the drama co-founded cream cream in nineteen sixty six with eric clapton. Jack bruce. The band released four albums before splitting up in sixty eight after which he formed. The short lived band blind. Faith with clapton. Steve winwood and rick baker one of the most innovative and influential drubbings and rock. Music also played with blind faith Hawk wind and fela kuti and along very career in nineteen sixty two joined. alexis korner's blues incorporated on the recommendation of charlie watts. Because chali could swing who leaving to join the rolling stones and later gained early fame as a member of the graham bond organisation alongside bassist. Jack bruce the i i gotta tell you something you know what bums me out a little bit about the whole charlie thing i mean look he lived a good long life and he was a legend and whatnot but there is a little expose on him a tribute to have been rolling stone magazine. You have know artists that are paying tribute in. It's good for five page spread. But how do you not give the death of charlie watts the cover and they didn't right. Joe charlie. Watts had a big car collection big classic collection and didn't know how to drive a license. Never never learned how to drive and it was another very sad day on this day in two thousand twenty eddie van halen the revered guitarist and co founder of the rock van rock band van halen.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Pop Shop
"And janet texan gotta be waterfalls suara falls. Yeah see you're remembering them that you remember them well now because you're starting to watch them now. This is probably what i when i cared the most Next ninety four we've got sabotage by beastie boys as heart shaped box by nirvana cryan by aerosmith. And everybody hurts by rem. Wow i'm gonna go sabotage cryan. Oh so is that Clearly one of the least silverstone yob ones there were three at least the one with live. No let's yeah. It is always live tyler to know right. Oh which ones that. That's Razi yes i'm gonna make sure cryan had a lisa silverstone and it was just her and like her boyfriend and yes it's the one with the virtual reality. No no. that's that's that's amazing. Third the third one okay. So crazy is the woman. Tyler cryan as the one that won this year. Yes crime was the first of the trilogy okay. An amazing was the final one. Watch it watch them kids. Watch them all okay. So ninety three we have living on the edge by aerosmith. Free your mind by in vogue. Jeremy by pearl jam digging in the dirt by peter. Gabriel and man on the moon by our em. I'm hoping it's pearl jam's like you know introduction and finale jeremy. It's jeremy it's it's Isn't that still like basically what they probably made a music video. They they yeah. They basically retired from making music videos. After jeremy and as well they should have honestly ninety two. We're in the homestretch. We're almost there this is going along with. Amy anticipated nineteen. Ninety-two we've got. Let's get rocked by deaf. leopard pull. That's an interesting one. there was a lot of. There's a lot of computer animation and not smells like teen spirit by nirvana under the bridge by red hot chili peppers and right now by van halen. Oh so i'm gonna go with. Smells like teen spirit. No van halen with right now. Oh alright nineteen ninety one. We have over back to one two three four five six nominees. well Yeah gonna make you sweat. Everybody dance now by cnc. Music factory groove is on the heart by delight. I touch myself by the vinyls losing my religion by rem wicked game by chris. Isaac and silent lucidity by queen's reich. I'm gonna go with losing my religion. Though i would pick wicked game if i were picking it. Losing my religion was the winner that year. yes One thousand nine hundred ninety. We've got just a few more left. Nineteen ninety we got. Jamie's got a gone by aerosmith the end of the innocence by don henley Nothing compares to you by sinead o'connor and vogue by madonna. I'm gonna go with vogue. Nothing compares to you is it nothing bear. Theo nineteen nine. She drives me crazy. I find young cannibals. Leave me alone by michael jackson. Like a prayer by madonna. Roll with it. By steve winwood. And this notes for you by neil young like a prayer neil young. No can i swear on our own podcast. No i'm not going to no way that was rather shocking controvercial. I think that video was maybe played twice on. Mtv because as mtv mtv didn't want to play this notes for you because it had product placement in it because it was a spoof of product. placements Well so he was. Only i think it was only eventually. She's like it was initially only shown within the context of mtv news segments and then eventually they showed it a few times. But it's just wild. That they was that there was like no. You know producer intervention in their decision making. Because if there was somebody would have been like. Don't you think madonna should win the madonna note. Anyway all right so moving on in nineteen eighty eight. We've got when we was fab by george harrison. Tunnel of love by bruce springsteen. I still haven't found what i'm looking for by you to where the streets have no name by. U2 and need you tonight mediate by inaccessible and this is where i questioned wicky. I'm like did someone go in here and put in a george harrison video. Sure this shows my age because the only video of those that i can picture in my head as in excess in because of that. I'm gonna choose it as my option. It's good that you pick that one because an excess won that year. Hey there you go All right we're in our last Four years nineteen ninety seven. We've got land of confusion by genesis..
"steve winwood" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"When it is super hot. All right. So let's head up a little further north up to a little, A little town called Dixon, New Mexico, the home of Mark Saks and Betsy Williams. Mark, Welcome to the show. Betsy. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having us, Richard. Absolutely All right, mark. I asked you I said this tough question will have this in this chat. Today is what kind of music you like. And you said rock and roll in the blue. So I thought in honor of the G seven and the president being overseas in London concert sessions of Howlin Wolf that included Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watch. And Howlin Wolf. All right? Yeah, That's what I say. I'm right. All right, mark. You you You contacted me the email and you said we have kind of a cool story, and we live up here in Dixon and we have a gallery. And I am a stone Carver and Betsy is a partner. So Betsy wants to be there to support you. So why don't we start with Betsy? That was a trip just to be mean. Just to be mean to Betsy. Let's see your Potter. What kind of pottery? I make useful pots, cups bowls, Okay, so stoneware functional pottery. Yes, okay. In porcelain. Don't work with porcelain. Uh, sometimes I use a porcelain slip on the surface of the pieces That makes a nice, uh, decorating. Surface. Sure, absolutely. You have gas firewood fire combination of each I don't use gas at all. I either use an electric kiln or a would come. Uh huh. A disk in an electric film and fire and a would kill him for the glaze, firing. Do you ever do raku? No, sir. I'm really partial to rock. Who could you do? Rock? No. So, um, you sell in your gallery, You sell your pottery in the gallery where you're sitting right now. That's right. Where's the gallery? The gallery is right on the main road that goes from Santa Fe to this house through Espanola Espanola. It becomes 68. Okay, right? We're 22 Miles north of Espanola, Okay? Are you open? Most days some days whenever you feel like it would never. Whenever Mark can get out of bed and open the door. Most days markets down here. This is his. It's not just the gallery. It's the studio as well. So he's usually here working. Um and I come down. Uh whoa. All right. We should do office work and that sort of thing. We just went in distortion mode there for a second. All right, so you're open most days every day. Most days. Okay? I don't know if you heard me say this, but it's mark studio and the gallery So Okay, um, looking out back, okay? Now you can support Mark. Thank you, Betsy. Mark your stone Carver. What does that mean? Um it means that I mostly use a hammer and chisel and bang away on, uh, bang away on stone. Everything from soft stone to really hard stone and, uh, Do mostly sculpture, but we also do some architectural work. You know, fireplace surrounds and furniture and benches. We do We do some lettering. Some memorial work, uh, over hammer and chisel and sort of traditional carving, Uh, style. Where did you learn that? I started Getting familiar with stone I was at, uh Was invited to. We're gonna stop project at our Cassani in Arizona with policy Larry back in 1975. And we started building stone walls, and I just started really liking stonework back then and then, uh, And then I just try to find people who could teach me something because there really weren't many opportunities to study with anybody. There's nothing really former formal Like in schools and universities that teach stone carving. So I just had to go find people I do. I like and begged them to let me hang around for a while. Sleep the floor watching work and It kind of picked up some skills there. Um, you mentioned the name that is well known in Santa Fe because of an amphitheater at the Indian school and let not a lot of people would probably know much about policy. Larry tell us about Well, it was. It was a year where I was teaching at the haystack screw up the main and And celery invited all the people that were working at a stuck to come and help finish out the building context that he was working on. So they invited blacksmiths you do. Window frames. They invited weavers to make her Eaton's. They invited orders to make pottery. They they invited stonemasons to build walls and fireplaces and So that's kind of where that was. It was kind of a wild Opportunity and a crazy situation back then everybody was pretty stoned out and having a good old time driving around in bulldozes that they didn't know how to work and There's a lot of fun. All right. Well, at least you admit it, And you probably cannot get prosecuted for it here in 2020. But who was he? I mean, why was it What was he doing? Kind of tell us kind of a little bit about the man himself Because a lot of people know the name in Santa Fe. They don't know about the artist. Well, you know, he was He was a sort of a visionary. And, Yeah, I think he you know, he's uh He was really he had relationships with Frank would write in Bucky Fuller and people like that. And so he was building a You know, a city in the desert that was supposed to be a self sufficient, idealistic community. And he talked a lot about philosophy. He would show up, maybe once a week, wearing a little tiny bathing suits and beer feet, and it would lecturers about philosophy and spirit turning into matter and And so it was very inspiring place to be at that time. Could have been their hiring person. You could have been up there right? And, uh With both hands. He could write it. You are at the same time, which I thought was amazing. Well, that is pretty cool. That's a cool trick. Mm. What was his relationship with the Santa Fe Indian school? You know, I'm not sure how that all development the amphitheater on right. Okay, You're ready, You know, And it was kind of a trippy design as well. Kind of, you know, free form and well, does it down there? Is it still there? I think it is still there. I couldn't tell you. I think it's still there but not being you all right. So that's how you begin. Would you like to see an apprenticeship program like they have in Europe around stone carving and all of these different arts? Because I mean, it works amazingly well makes it works amazingly well in Europe, you know that. You know you to become a master. You have to apprentice for a number of years, and you know you can do the little stuff you can do the big stuff. Mhm. Well, you know, I got exposed to that, uh, apprenticeship program. I knew a friend of mine who was, uh It was the architect in residence at the ST John Divine Cathedral in New York City. And he invited me to come there and kind of check out their program. They had just started reconstruction. The cathedral 1979 and, uh, The dean of the cathedral is Dean Morton, whose, um, son in law and daughter live in Santa Fe, Actually, uh Ha. Yeah, that's the had this idea of finishing the towers in the cathedral, and, uh, In order to do that. He went over to England and found a master stone builder met Master Mason. Master Carver and brought him back to New York City. And they decided they're going to start this carving program to teach people how to work stones so they could finish the towers. And I guess they rented some problems because they They figured out that if they started the program, probably most of this stuff gets stolen unless they made friends with the local gang. And so they made they made. They made a meeting. I had a meeting with this group called them renegades there about 16 to 17. People in the gang and the dean of the cathedral went over there and Picked out a few kids there who thought they might make good stone carvers and, uh, he brought him over the cathedral, and most of them stayed there for 14 years, and most of them were illiterate, and I couldn't even read a tape measure when they went over there. And I think the story goes the first day they showed up at work. They had their guns and knives with them because it was too dangerous to walk the streets. And the Master Stone. Mason said. Well, you know, you need to put those guns and knives away because we can't be doing that for work. So he made him lock him up in the room and said, You can pick them up at the end of the day, which they did every day. Then they go back to.
"steve winwood" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"steve winwood" Discussed on X96
"Flattering Steve Winwood one, but it's different. What about the material issue? Song? What about what about monkeys? Valerie Monkey? Yes, and any White House. Oh, she doesn't want to. You know all the Valerie songs, don't you? Okay? Well, I just found a new one today. Thank you. Real big fish. There you go. Thanks, Valerie. Thank you. All right. Have a good day. I can't remember how the Eiken can't hear the monkeys one in my head, but you have a lot of radio play and its day as I recall, Let's go to Cisco on the phone. Cisco Hello. How's it going? Everybody Good. Is this Francisco kid? Yeah, I get that a lot, though. I usually get the Cisco kid or is this the thong song? Sisqo. Let me guess. Let me guess. It's short for Francisco, right? Death, sir yesterday. Okay. Here you go. Just a guess. So what's up with you Call in and check in with everybody and see how everybody's doing this morning and let everybody know I do. A weekly show called Group Tuesday at Johnny's. On second South and second. He's come on down the giant on second every Tuesday night. I do it medium night if you're all in the media music, Okay, going down, maybe we'll be there. What do you want it for? Eight years. Uh, nine o'clock tonight. Nine o'clock. That's that's That's that's late. It's a little late for King. Yeah. What are you doing up there? Yes. There a waiver. You've been up all night ever again all night? No, actually do construction. I wake up early go to work. And then by night, I'm actually a DJ ideas at night. Yeah, Awesome. Francisco. Nice to hear from you. And I'm glad you see, that's a perfect thing to do with check ins.
"steve winwood" Discussed on X96
"Drive into work. Hmm. What do you do what you Yeah, Go ahead. Oh, I just wanted to let you know that I know for a fact that wild planet can speak English because when I saw him in concert In Salt Lake City in about I don't know what it was. It was like 2006 for 78. Maybe he did say Rock You like a hurricane public city. There see, speak perfect proves it, he said. I would like a hawk You like a hurricane McGee? Yeah. Hey, he knows how to ask for the bathroom is he knows? Excusing myself, See? It sounded a little bit like rock You like a hurricane Salt Lake City. Excuse me. Mine shot. See, there is the bathroom. Don't understand Scorpions. If I can do it, we can do it. Jabor. All right. Thanks. Valerie made us laugh out loud. Valera Bellary. I know that I know that when people speak to you, Valerie, I know when people speak to you. They always invoked that Steve Winwood song all about right, Valerie. Oh, yeah, e I got a better one for you. Tell them no, no, Like the real big fish song, Valerie. All right, here it is. Right. I mean, it's not This was dead. It's not. It's.
"steve winwood" Discussed on How Many Podcast
"Well somebody yet bob year. Yeah it's a no. She looked she's really funny on two and a half men. But i probably have only seen ten episodes of that show. Yeah i would say no to scott. Did you have any feeling either way all right. Then we will say no to concede a how about fred dean hall of fame. Nfl player played for the chargers. Played for the forty niners. He was a great defensive. End right to louisiana tech stocks. He's very accomplished. i would be a yes. No he played for the forty nine degrees. You your body nine. He's a yes. I did not recognize the name. But once i look at the stats. I'm going to go. Yes he guys say that he was that big on his stats. And i'll give it to you all right then we will say. Yes to mr dean. How about johnny. Bush country singer wrote whiskey river whiskey roof now. He didn't sing it. Willy sing it. That's a great song. Now that's all. I have him down for. I'm sure he did other stuff. So are we saying no. Yeah i'm going to say now. I bet you milliman is going to be upset about that. One all right. How about tony. Lewis basis singer songwriter for the outfield. What's their big hit. Bob joe's vacation for get her sure of georgia get clarification junior or their people you put on this list that you know will not pass but bob will though the song so that we are thinking. This guy's big enough right. Since they love the outfield. They would definitely say yes. I'm going to vote. No johnny bush didn't get in for whiskey river. I don't see how this passes. Wow bob no no. I think i have one album by them. And i'm not even sure i've ever opened it. Plastic i'm gonna go with a no on that that's disappointing. How about a wanna lose your pulse. How about jerry. Jeff walker singer songwriter. Again i knew a man stands for you. Choose new things are now. Choose when he died there. I cannot remember the guy's name but he told a great story that he was out drinking with jerry. Jeff and it's the middle of the night and they're walking home from the bar and a guy is out in the middle of the night in east playing mr bojangles. He looks and he goes. It's not my story to tell so. He didn't say anything and jerry. Jeff listens all the way through the song and says that's pretty good and gave him every dollar. He had in his pocket to the street musician. But yes absolutely. Mr bojangles alone would get him in but then when you think about all the other things he did all right so yes all around for mr walker. Oh yes i right ballots. Here comes another country musician. How about billy joe shaver. Yes he wrote a ton of hits and he's one of those guys that any industry country artists will. They would bow down to. Billy joe shaver. It isn't really weird about him is in real life. He was best friends with norm macdonald. Is he the guy that you guys talked about possible deniability. Then the next day he died so this is kind of a sequel because we discussed that job. Shaver was also from corsicana. And as it just so happened we may have inadvertently killed him because he died like either the day after or a couple of days after we recorded that episode. Music icon an outlaw country trailblazer billy. Joe shaver died from a stroke in waco. This morning. i don't wanna clean. We killed him i. I don't take responsibility for that. But yes that part is true that we did have that discussion and then he did pass away. I mean it was very similar to the dunham. And miller clarence clemens situations true. Yeah because he's from korea cana and that's where millions from and his dad was the dj so his dad knew billy joe shaver really well. So you clarence clements basically yes. We absolutely clemens disasters. So willie nelson called shaver. The greatest living songwriter. I kind of get the feeling like he's like john brine above you know yes. The people really spoke highly of him. So i'm going to vote. Yes all right. So yes as all around. I assume how about herb adderley hall of famer play for the packers played for the cowboys play pattern. Did bob dam sure. Did bob dam. Sure did yeah. He played for the packers dam. Sure did so. He's a first ballot right. He's in any warmer hall of famer. That's pretty much an automatic de last giant death for october and this is also going to be in the running for biggest death. How about sir. Sean connery scottish actor bunk. James bond carey grunts david niven. Many great actors were considered but when the produces met sean connery. They knew they'd found james. Bond as the suave. But louis seven. He spent the sixties saving the world. Daily with powell crazed devil genus. The saw a revival of his box office par. he won an oscar. The untouchables when you get capone. Here's how he pulls a knife. You pull one of yours to the hospital you say. Knock the indiana jones. The hunt for red. October was a true hollywood-style dr no touchable 's indiana jones and the last crusade won an oscar best known for his appearances on celebrity jeopardy connery. Why don't you pick. I'll check the ripest two hundred. That's therapist yes sean connery. Then yes he isn't. We named the dog indiana like dog. Indiana all right so sean. Connery first ballot. So that concludes october. Let's hear the honorable mention. Okay honorable mention. Spencer davis of the spencer davis blues explosion. There you yes some lovin. He didn't sing. That was a singer. Steve winwood sing. Mr davis was guitar player. He was like the j. Gyles of england also on a man chicago had a big hit with that to running man again so me..
"steve winwood" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Mr Z Trying time is 10 19, Bob JIA Quinn. So here hanging out with you were rolling with it. Steve Winwood in there as well Right now, let's get a check on those roadways. See what's going on. It's New Jersey. Fast traffic. Well, good to go around the state this evening, Major highways all fine. I don't think we'll see any construction pop up for the overnight hours. I imagine it's all been put on hold for the long holiday weekend. So both the parkway and turnpike look good right now. No accidents posted in same story on to 87 from Edison Up to Parsippany. You look good. And Toms River. They have still got Bay Avenue close for a crash being cleared away. That detour running both ways between Cedar Grove Road and Von Avenue crossings. All fine. They cleared away police activity at the Lincoln Tunnel. At one point, they had the center tube. Shut down. That has since been reopened. So we looked around the helix right into the tube. Holland Tunnel light off. Both approaches gwb fine on both decks. Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report. 10 33 on New Jersey one A 1.5, New Jersey traffic is made possible by New York Blood Center. They're building the nation supply of convalescent plasma to treat their patients with serious or immediately life threatening Covad 19 infections. Visit and wide b c dot org's to register and donate today. Jersey, but up Cloudy skies tonight for the rest of the night lows dropped down. The 30 Sprinkles or flurries are quite possible. For tomorrow. It'll be nice and sunny, though a slight chance of snow for.
"steve winwood" Discussed on Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show
"Alison limerick coast to fifty. Second street will go blue pill. Got hunt hunting star. We'll go to him and tell him it's we've also got junior walker and the allstars. If you remember how sweet it is to be loved by you from nine hundred and six thus coming up a little bit later on and are not mention anymore because of tell you why because you always run out of time to and when i tell you all about what trucks are coming up because we've got so much to fit in and reprogram that much music there's just so little time so we're kicking things off there in any case i bet you these people. The people who are listening across europe will be going the begin mad for that tune to die. Foale is the band. You got what it takes from. Nineteen ninety-two on. Potty dole records. It didn't get a chalk position in the uk in the But unfortunately but and neither In america either but thought it was with a bit of a there on this radio station. Athlete fantastic tune their. What's coming up on this hour. Well we've got our part of the week of the trucks coming from the dionne warwick Album from nineteen eighty two which is Which is a super price record of something like that. We've got trucks coming from that. Yeah it's countdown one price series album if you wanna look at it while you're listening to the show It's undercoat records on. The code is count six six so two trucks from not album of the week. A little bit later also. We've got our oddity of the week. Which i'm going to tell you more about straight after we go back to nineteen eighty-six. Now the steve winwood be stall off before my. Us number. One steve winwood and hyler from nineteen eighty six and that was the singer from fowleri. Would you believe he cut his highest a by top twenty actually in the uk charts for high enough and coming up from blue hair and atlantic starr.
Kygo Teams Up With One Of His Favorite Artists Ever
"Kyko help the late Whitney Houston returned to billboard hot, one hundred posthumously something she did dozens of times while alive with his reimagining of Harare, one, thousand, nine hundred ninety cover of Steve, winwood higher love, and with his next project. He's bringing another song from the past back this time from the legendary Tina Turner. Version of Tina's only solo number one, the nineteen, eighty, six classic. What's love got to do with it? Which kyw go names as one of his all time favorite songs writing on social, it feels surreal to get the opportunity to work with such a legendary artists. Now it appears this version will be entirely new with Tina providing vocals, but we'll know for sure when Kyko Tina Turner. What's love got to do with? It arrives on Friday.