19 Burst results for "Stewart Copeland"
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"All right we've now reached the part of our episode where we give the pro side of each part of the rivalry. Let's talk about sting i i. I mean look sting. Obviously from iraq san on. He wrote the biggest songs in this band. You know he was the figurehead. He was the good looking guy out front. He was a really good singer. And as we've reiterated in this episode. I think that for all of his abrasiveness he did have the right instincts in the police. I i am a person who i tend to prefer the first three records. I like the energy of ios in yada data and regarded a block. I like the interplay of the musicians. But you can't fault sting for taking them in this more. I guess produced direction when he was coming up with songs. You know of the caliber of every breath you take in. Every little thing she does is magic. I mean he was coming up with great pop songs and he had a way that he wanted to realize them and he was right to say that stewart copeland doesn't need to show off sound like every breath you take. The song itself was strong enough. So even though i think that ultimately destroyed the band it was good for his art and looking back on it now. The songs are what matter about the police. And it's why people still care about this band. Yeah i mean you just think about what would have happened if they continue down the stewart route and been kind of almost a clash clone. Fake punky ban. I mean it's just amazing what the reputation would have been if it had been the way they went. And just more more songs. That stewart would have written Instead of you know stings. Musical depth and lyrical substance Is a killer. Songwriter and lyricist mentioned an amazing basis. I feel like. I'm going to shout out his base playing. I mean he he's an incredible instrumentalists. Who really. I think that his jazz leanings really added something new kind of created this new sub-genre to the punk rock format. This is really distinctive. Sound the police. I think is traced to him and Yeah i i think that you know. He's obviously one of the best selling artists of all time and later on with a solo work really elevated world music to a mainstream western audience and and he played a mean loop to say i mean what are the loop players. Can you name. They're staying in you know. I'm sure that will get an email from like a lute expert who list of many loop players but things the only loop player i can think of If we go to the pro stewart copeland slash andy summerside. I said this earlier. But i really believe that. Like for all of things solo success..
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"Know are the guys. Are they feeling bad about all the attention. That's thing is getting you know. Is this going to undermine the solidarity of the band. And of course when the media starts asking questions like this it just implant the idea in the mind of the band. This becomes an issue that they can't avoid. And you know. I'm just thinking of like the no doubt video. Don't speak you know. Instead of whence the finally being the attractive blonde and the band it sting as the attractive blonde in the band and it really seems like you know that becomes a major Your theme in the police's career. It's certainly a theme in the two documentaries about the police which by the way quick sidebar. You know there's two documentaries about the police and they're both spearheaded was spearheaded by ambi summers and the other one is spearheaded by stewart copeland. I can't recall another instance of that in rock history. Where like members of the band are making separate documentaries about the ban from their perspective. And it's not the most famous guy in the late late. There's no sting documentary about the police. But you know there's there's can't stand losing you is the anti summer documentary and try to remember the stewart. Cope one one couple. One is like not very good. Seen both of those yes can we. Use is incredible. I mean it's got a but when he goes to his photo gallery show. Yes yeah. there's yeah because there's this thing where any summer just started taking photos when they were on tour and he ended up being like i think like a relatively renown photographer and they have this photo show. This is like years after the police broke up. There's this section of the show where it's just like photos of like naked groupies and presumably like andy summers hotel room and like any senator's wife is there in like she poses next to like the shot of like a woman's pubic hair. I think it has a piece of fruit on it or something. I can't remember exactly what it is. This kind of weird. Like i just feel like if i was a rockstar i would keep the groupie photos like separate file on my laptop. You know. keep that away from the misses. I feel like i have respect for the wife. Just seems weird to me. I just wanna say quick. The stewart copeland movies called everyone stares. But anyway that's a sidebar on that. I just think it's interesting that both of those guys felt the need to make documentary. It just speaks to how the power struggles in the span continued well after they broke up like they still had to have the last word. These movies there's a great clip in the summers documentary where reporters asking sting about writing more songs than the others and you see him. Visibly cringe like he. He clearly felt the press was trying to drive a wedge between him and the rest of the band and obviously there was an element of truth to this but it was also a case of reporters knowing that stories about abandoned turmoil. Sell lot more than happy peaceful band. So there's obviously enough tension in the band go around but it's weird. How early the whole like when are you going to go. Solo conversation was had in the press like it seemed to be there from the very beginning which is strange very premature. Yeah i i think that there was a perception. Among the press that somehow stewart copeland eddie summers were like the supporting musicians for sting and i don't think that that's a fair impression to have of the spanned..
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Older brother of Stewart Copeland, the founder and drummer of the police. There are other brother Ian, formed frontier booking international, FBI who booked us and the police amongst others, and we were managed by another company started by miles called Los Angeles personal direction. LAPD, I had always assumed all of these names or a martial homage to their father who is one of the founding agents in the CIA for Real. I gave my old friends stewart a ring to hear the official story of the naming of the police I had the name of the band or have a ban. And not only that there was a manifesto we don't care about faith and fortunate. We just want to music that we like it out of which is absolutely laughable because it was so far from the truth. We were punk band pride design. Because he liked the music but because that was well, it's happening the only way you can get anything going with by cutting your hair and The punk scene was seen that was happening. So we other mercenaries and charlatans and carpetbaggers. I've got actually all my notebook diaries from that period. Got All these bandings. Incinerators. Artillery's machine-gun. Lurks wherever. London youth. GROP. And.
History in Five Songs 47: Bands of Individuals
"So this is episode forty seven. We are going to be calling this bands of individuals. I couldn't think of a snappier title. But this basically explains this concept and it's actually a pretty elevated concept If you don't mind me saying this is something I've always felt and it's an episode. I've been burning to do So let's just get to it. I mean essentially One funny thing about this episode is it's not very heavy metal or hard rock. Although I am going to be mentioning a lot of bands that are hard. Rock and heavy metal but my examples per se are not particularly in that field. But I am going to end with a with a classic heavy metal band so So all shall be forgiven. I hope by the end of this. I might mention a few Honorable Mentions Myself All right so we're GONNA do this one a little bit differently. I hope it doesn't go on too long. I probably will shorten up when it comes to the actual entries but I have a little bit of a along intro here so I went to you the fine listeners. And and said hey give me some examples of this and it's kind of funny The example started flowing in and I'm going to read some of those in in a second But what I realized when I was reading these examples is I'm not too clear on what my concept is for this. I hope by the end of this episode and when you hear examples you're GonNa understand what has always been stuck in my brain for decades essentially about bands. That are like this why I think there are certain bands truly truly truly like this. So let's just get on with that so I sent. I sent off a facebook cry for help here So what did I say here so So here's a really cool concept that I'm at four at need one. More as I said bands of individuals and ecosystem is created with a clear north South East and West. It's an ecosystem that has not one world but four five teams that comprise a complex world. I've thought this for years about these four bands. But do you get my drift strode. A few band names and if one of them just hits me like a lightning bolt. I'll know it but I don't want to explain further or debated. Let's save that for the episode. Only one of my choices is remotely a metal band. So that's what I wrote And yet just to explain a little more before. I read some of these Entries the idea here is that these bands create almost like You know you think of a little Snow Globe that you shakeup and there. There's the snowflakes in there. There's this enclosed world that is a weird world but very importantly this world is not one that ends up being kind of a unified sounding thing that a lot of other band's sound like it is a world unto itself that's number one but number two it does have an east west North and south. I mean it. Basically sounds like a world of individual players or Feifdoms that is making this up so doesn't sound like particularly like a unified whole. It sounds like a band or a record or song that you listened to where you can't get the members themselves out of your head when you're listening to it. You don't think the band name you think all of these original members jumbled up together at once. I think that explains it probably pretty well but let me tell you quickly and what I'm going to do here is I'm going to leave out. The bans That were suggested that are actually my choices anyways. And I'm just going to go through some of these very quickly dispelled the notion of why didn't include the more. How they they? Almost clay came close. Oh so we've got vanya Derek. I mentioned led Zeppelin Queen Cream and Russia. Okay all of those are pretty close but no cigar. They had certain things about them. That were almost two unified Long Story But those ones are are all pretty close but let's see Jacob Tannahill said sons of Apollo Mister Big Asia. Any one of them fit the bill and I actually almost thought Asia that I would include But Yeah I think he's getting the point here Sons of Apollo definitely. You know the big the big You know important band members. Asia supergroup The police New York Doll says Thomas Hackney also the pretenders I would say no on the pretenders I would. That wouldn't have come to mind. I wouldn't New York dolls that come to mind. Police is one of my honorable mention so with that band. You know you are thinking This this chicken scratch sort of textured a guitar playing from Andy. You know base. I don't think you think of sting so much base but you think of that vocalist and then also I with Stewart Copeland. You definitely get a unique drummer. That is a distraction. I mean you're thinking of him when you're hearing these police songs so yes that's a good example of what we're getting at here. Augusta Garcia parade. As mentioned the clash. I would say no I don't. It doesn't really fit the bill here. Thomas Hackney comes up with AKS little bit. That's kind of cool. One Eagles Blazed Barshop. Says no I wouldn't say so Going to leave Well no I'm not going to leave this one because I kick them out. Pat conners has fleetwood Mac. I actually was include fleetwood Mac but I couldn't see myself playing a fleetwood Mac song as one of our five choices here but definitely you get the yet. This is a perfect example. And like I say I was one of mine that was on the at the top of my head. You get. Basically these. Three distinct vocalists are all with their personalities and their baggage in their own solo albums. The whole bit Stevie Nicks Christie. Make Christine mcvie his Christine. Yeah and Lindsey Buckingham All very distinct vocalists. And you also get You Know Mick. Fleetwood is the is kind of the the patriarch of the ban. But you had get this very stripped down drumming John mcvie Idaho. Don't really think of him too much in this but Lindsay as well you think of a very distinct Sort of I said chicken. Scratch already with Andy Summers. Chicken scratch makes a lot more sense with Lindsay So again you're listening to fleetwood Mac song or a few in a row and you're thinking oh when's this focus gonNA sing or that one or oh. They're they're doing this together And then and then. Lindsey gives you this very stark guitar Solo And and you get this very sort of straight line B line kind of Feel to a of their songs so that is a ban when you're listening to them. I can't get the members individually out of their heads hence bands of individuals. Okay
"stewart copeland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A second this is rush if you see Wassell it here is also a musician himself yeah their job away right to so the drummer Stewart Copeland or the police yeah my favorite drummer referred to him referred to to the part as the most air drums drum her yeah in history I like that true so what did he mean to you the band but more specifically are you into the lyrics because he was also the principle there's not heard Neil perhaps passed away so yeah I know I wasn't much into the lyrics but what this death represents to me is don't wait kids the way I experience that era of music I'm only forty so I experience that era of music a little bit later like in the nineties yeah what do you do you going to record stores and not be able to have everything at your fingertips and reading through liner notes a waiting for these bands to come to your local arena it really appreciating them and having this special sort of relationship with these types of bands rush being one of them that experience for kids is just gone and that really just saddens me that that you know future generations won't have that same meaningful experience that I had that's all yeah well that's something that's and I we know that's a Mike saw because the big boss here and used to work with you guys over there it's they should yeah he was cutting tears because rush meant a lot to him yeah ready rushes been my I'd say my top ten I mean I was there one of the guys or one of the bands that got me into music can give me a musician no doubt about it I mean he's like he's one of the best drummers ever lived his story is sad I mean his first wife and his friend his daughter I mean they're all they're all passed on right okay so with that said news who who witnessed the next week am I decided to get let's just frustrate you Tom also so insidious bien times it can see show get the a podcast you've got the prediction three big plays right now that's what you said three big plays at different right out of the gate or this is not all or no and anywhere okay anyway anywhere and course going to be what you said something closer than I like to hear what you said twenty eight twenty two you know I think that score home that was the score of the the twenty fourteen and if she championship at the same okay so also takes his back in history and we appreciate you coming in seven Senate spend some also some chicken Caesar show get the podcast rather recommend thank you John by good luck to the Seahawks and Green Bay on Sunday now let's get back to traffic.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"I think is the first album I ever bought I was nine, and it's just like the idea of seeking out music, and like the idea like, I love Vegas, dirty music music. That was age inappropriate. Then I guess maybe fecta. There you go. There you go. And then I would say in high school or maybe junior high is going to sound really music snobby. But it's the actual answer. It's the score to the movie rumble fish is, AVI. But it because it's drummer. Yeah. I was drummer. So I love Stewart Copeland any was the drummer new police, but also to like, it was like the idea of paying attention to the music and everything like, you know, the the music in a move. And not just like a soundtrack song that I read and then I would say probably in high school Frank Zappa. Yeah. Because there was a lot that you really had to open yourself up to if you're going to like. Watch rumble fish. I don't even know. I don't know. What what what is it really about black and white except for black and white lion? Fish Francis, Ford Coppola movie SE hit novel with Matt Dillon Diane lane and Mickey Rourke and Matt Matt Dillon plays this way 'word teen from a broken home who's trying to live up to the reputation of his older brother Mickey Rourke who every motorcycle boy, the motorcycle. Boy. Okay. And it's like it. I've always thought of is like the first teen art house movie I'd ever seen before in that was sort of the vibe of it and Stewart Copeland. Does this amazing score to and he had never done anything? Like that before. Really? I need to see that again. It's funny. You taught you mentioned prince and the police and the first who albums came to my mind, and this just gives you like Andy's three and a half years older than I am synchronicity, but police and around the world today. Also by the police I remember going to sleep away camp. I hadn't had bringing in bringing true and bringing. Around the world day with me. And that was the tape that I listened to over and over and over and over get at camp. Well, what's yours? I just told you was it. I thought you were commenting on his, oh, I'm sorry. Yeah. That was cool. But thank you for listening. Very good be working with Michael tomorrow night in the pre game show. And this is excellent preparation introduction. Prince. I was confused. I didn't get it. Well, yeah, he's he's got bikini underwear on high heels dirty mind era. Yeah. Well, I didn't get it. I'm I kid. I just didn't understand. I remember listening to darling. Nikki, oh, man. And not totally understanding what that woman was doing in that hotel lobby with a magazine. But knowing I probably shouldn't have been listening about the line. It was not okay. For me to be hearing about it. Even though I wasn't quite sure lights went out what it was the grind any albums view. You're trying to get like lockups, you can get home. The first guerrillas album who okay the first because he exposed me to like more Jonah's music. Well, it didn't conceptual outon to what year was that. Like two thousand. Yeah. That's the one that blow your mind. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Okay. What about you? Mike. Question again, the album that blew your mind sort of changed like shaped and change your musical tastes QB as a kid doesn't even have to be like the best album ever heard like one person answered on this question. It's Huey Lewis sports. Probably something we you guys wouldn't think, but it was above the law. These guys. Te'o above the law from Pomona man those dudes because because they were conscience, you know, even though they were like street rap was like conscious rap. So it really. Yeah. They had a. Yeah. It was nice. Yes. Yes. Yes. Then you're quite bunches. Don't have that CD above the law man still have that. So percents curse may bring that in that Buckner and Garcia, by the way, responsible for pacman other beserk froggies lament frogger saw hyperspace. I'm the defender on the defender owed to a centipede that was one that we've forgotten terribly wrong. Donkey cone. I used to love that. Good mouse trap. Don't remember that game. Yeah. Oh, okay. This whole album. It was a whole album about that. So. Yeah. That was that. Seining? I'll be back. Anybody be back. Tomorrow show is gonna..
"stewart copeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So go ahead and do that next home game will be a Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs. And that's looking like a heck of a game already. We're looking forward to that. But we'll take it one day the time one game at a time. That's what you do. And it's the Broncos in ravens on Sunday. It's an. Early game. It'll kickoff here at eleven AM in the coverage here on KOA believe starts at seven AM Broncos warm-up seven AM seven a nice enough to swing by the other day when you were in the building get your hot takes it takes so hot. I could hardly pick them up. I was I was impressed. Your ability to grab them without injuring yourself. Cool down a little bit of fun. Having you swing? You're not gonna make it by this Sunday right now, we're flying to Baltimore on Saturday night. I'll take that as a one off appearance. Pretty awesome. Maybe another game. If I happened to forget my hot takes here. Case you missed that. I found a great way to get the hot takes from here to the stadium. And it's one of those pizza carriers. You know, like the pizza delivery guy has. You know, they stick to hot pizza box in the day. He beat you stick the hot takes in this pizza delivery thing. And they searched it at the stadium. You don't wanna got there? They search your bag and everything, and I said, those are just my heartaches, and they went, well, we gotta take a look and like, oh, okay. Have a good game, Mr Lewis. And by the time, I got through the hot takes they were not hot. But they were room temperature. They were they were warm. Yeah. Highland. You delivered him. But I get warmed them up. Yeah. Yeah. I got a warm them up by the time. We do right before the kickoff. So we're talking about we're talking about. Because cover songs cover songs. Travis high. I don't know. Band. Colorado's does a song called every little thing. She does magic. I may have heard that somewhere. So good. Can you find that dragon? I may have heard that somewhere. And I liked the song anyway. And I'm a big fan of Stewart Copeland. A draw..
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In history of Colorado Springs. Xtra sports thirteen hundred is fired up. Who's driving right now? This is Satan. Yeah. That's Joe breaker, not considered one of the greatest of all time. Now. Fortunately. Perhaps underappreciated. Underrated. Okay. Yeah. I just mentioned the John Bonham's, great rock and roll drummer Bolton. That's it. There's not an argument there. I think John Bonham created the genre of rock and roll drumming. Yep. Oh, yes. Stewart Copeland from the police was pretty cool drummer not top five or anything. I think he's also really good looking dude. And that helped his out he was kind of a jazz feel to them LARs L rich from Metallica. I don't know if he's considered a great drummer. But he was kind of the face of the band, which is weird because Hatfield does most of the work. Yes. Seton at the best part of Stewart Copeland is is that. If you ask him he'll tell you best drummer in the world. And if you ask him he'll say, the police you said the Beatles of the police he'd be like is the police not even close. Jalen Ramsey of drummer. Jalen Ramsey of rock and roll. I'm sure he's not scared of no, man. Greg North Carolina joins us. Good morning. Greg. Guys. Thanks for having me on real quick. I wanted to go to nominations for best rock and roll. Drummer of all time. My one eight is Neil pert Rosh. And it's not even close by one. Be danny. Carey from tool all hang up in near. All right. Thank you. Greg. If as if it's a one a and one b then it closed. Rear. I just found that out. Tonight, enclosed it should be in first place and then in fourth place,.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Cat name show Over thirty minutes. Left Enjoy my weekend With You've been doing the. Same we've been a part of it Jerry I like to share music with. You Today stopping Selena It's been it's. Been. Thirty, years yeah Never sees. Either resting a PC's. That This is a song that the police The police Ask Laughed after. School I don't know. What does it I What does a bee due to? You what does it be was. Saying Yes you did get? And he gave it to you I keep forgetting his Microsoft Turn it on it will this song is the beds do big without you win staying in. This league with the police it didn't have. This Jamaican cat on it I love this version Far superior to the one with the other two members of. Joe in your mom now I would be Stewart copeland You. Wanna cookie now I'm just trying to. Help, you listen Jamaican. Do Don Watch Exactly. Yeah Coolest One of the best voices Look into Tom Paternal Let's things saying Jamaican. Five of it Anyway We're gonna talk I am Minute left in the. Song jerick I feel like this version Have you heard the original Now at the, end of this. Jamaican dude is gonna wrap Wrap do that Jamaican, thing, whilst being goes The coolest I could never have Overlaid their vocals Mike the. Head here we go I think as much as I love David Bowie and my. Love, of David Bowie is legendary If I could be frontman of.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Today To the night Right Donna Welcome to the, show Logan show Stewart copeland Sixty six sixty six. Like you. Like Malaga I mean I I like. The police wouldn't overly familiar with the thrill. Unique style Yeah Like what makes his style? Unique From from an. Air drummer to you a, real you know. What I technically I don't know he's I wouldn't call, them what a linear type drummer Like he's a Highly rhythmic Yeah different different kind. Of, beat yeah Not your typical beat his drumming really made. The? Police, stand out more than anything. Really Morning sticks voices his unique. But, I don't man something about Stewart Copeland and. He's highly. Respected, by. Other drummers house well name comes up in a lot, coming conversations four zero nine welcome as I said to the show with my favorite cleaner Right Right. Right, yeah Otherwise still around I. Don't think so it is. Still around around I think it is. Probably. Four zero nine so Rolling Stone listed Stewart Copeland number ten of the one hundred greatest. Of all, time so yeah highly. Highly respected guy happy birthday Stewart summer type. Day to day we're back up close to ninety degrees yesterday was like we stepped into early October for a day, needed. Some, rain though man. It, was great yeah cool down lots of rain sixties. For the highs yesterday is. Pretty pretty unusual I, think for mid-july but we certainly needed it got a bunch of rain and now we're back, to summer again I might add Rick that the Rockies they sweep the Mariners. Over the weekend they've won five games in a row and they are, unbeaten since Kathy and I went and sat in. The, front. Row The box seats courtesy of the iheart media capital so next time. They hit the skids you gotta do that again Game. I, think or do you, think they'll just keep. Doing this the rest of the year just never lose a game again you think that they, they? Haven't lost recently I tell you what they've done the two, games out of first place all-star break this week right so we is, there's no baseball to be played, until Friday but they're two games out. Of first place and with this latest surge they've won twelve out of..
"stewart copeland" Discussed on X96
"A no go to play tonight sister christian in the morning it's in stewart copeland's birthday today we'll get to that all right and you know it's michael flat lee's birthday today he's the lord of the dance when there's really no song you wanna play for for that so please gentlemen kerry jackson over there karl brother over there why why fishbone on this day yes nineteen fortyfive atomic bombs successfully tested in the deserts of mexico there you go but i picked that song for the reason that song about an atomic bomb hardy at ground zero that was whitesands mexico yes but also because of the whole russia situation well it's perfect i hadn't heard that song for for a long time and i forgot there's a break in that song which is an exact and i surely do it on purpose frank zappa ref could be you know where they do that don't do whack they it's frank zappa riff show hi low it's it's the we're going to have a little experiment today is this where we get to know we do what we could do it here we do check ins up to you have a little more time all right we but karlin tall brother he's filling in for gina this our next hour it's somebody else now i came in this morning there's carlin behind the board here and i get get you're not even for one aso you didn't want to have him do it no there was some discussion that maybe you would relax and let carlin run the board while now can't do it carlin your your good very good board operator for the heart when carlin if you don't know fills in when we're on location carlin comes here and runs the ship do my best you do the best he is the best board operator that we have and you occasionally we have to say to you carlin you've got to push that one button right at the beginning of the show but that's that's the only problem i can think of we ever have my wife says that's carlin i didn't notice his voice without the dead erin panicked selected song you know because we go off now and then you'll a panic and then have to select a casually we'll get to a certain point and and we can sense that you're in the studio going now let's see here and just take a moment and then you push the button or do what you need to do are you are you nervous carlin extremely nervous you'll be fine you'll be fine don't worry we'll officially begin the program and just a couple of minutes will take check ins if people wanna do it and we'll get to know carlin's hall brother with a brief interview yes we'll conduct a brief interview right before check ins of carlin tall brother simple little few questions will ask you so you don't have to do sports just traffic and weather okay right because amy donaldson will be and you'll have to read the sponsorship so that too is there one now the opening of the show well no it's not what you do that opening the show the next.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"When loggins and messina broke up i actually threw a party myself nineteen years ago nineteen ninety nine john f kennedy junior his wife caroline and her sister lauren beset died when john john single engine plane crashed into the ocean near martha's vineyard they were on their way to a wedding a lot of people forget two years later the kennedy family agreed to pay the besets his wife karen sister pay the family fifteen million dollars for the loss of their daughters and it was thirteen years ago in two thousand five the sixth book of the harry potter series harry potter and the half blood prince was released spoiler alert best the book in which dumbledore dies and the next harry potter book i read will be the first harry potter book i read birthdays today include one actor feeding really can you call will ferrell an actor just a comedian it's in movies i i go comedian and movies do you like welfare i do like him okay yeah all right he went to usc you like everybody jackley well except for j except for i mean charles manson went to us right phoebe cakes belinda fast times at ridgemont high the she's married to be very lucky kevin kline phoebe case today is fifty five and birthday today for stewart copeland yeah that's enough of that thank you very much how hard is it to be the drummer in police that's true well i think you've got to do is find a way to stay awake or is it just me you like the police here i do like the pie and i like the police don't like either one when i want you know reggae i go somewhere else when i want real reggae algal marlier peter tosh police how boring jimmy johnson some guy costa dallas cowboys won two super bowls probably could've won five if he hung around i would think anyway and he also won a national championship with the u jimmy johnson day seventyfive and arvo reddin bacher popcorn guy.
Trump meets Putin in Helsinki with hopes of improving US-Russia relations
"What is the mood in helsinki and what topics are the two leaders going to cover on david green and i'm new l king the president tweeted this morning that the relationship between the us and russia vote has never been worse so what plans if any does he have to improve the relationship and these brutal heatwaves that have baked much of the country this summer could be affecting our brains as well as our bodies it is monday july sixteenth happy birthday to stewart copeland tremor of the police he is sixty six years old today and the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is in finland for today's summit with russian president flat amir putin as npr's scott neuman reports there's no specific agenda for their one on one meeting in helsinki despite president trump's frequent praise for putin a few hours before the two leaders were to meet trump tweeted that the relationship between the us and russia has never been worse among other things trump has promised to bring up the meddling question again but suggested that there would be no perry mason moment when putin suddenly admits interfering in the two thousand sixteen us election even so putin is likely to get his best reception in years from us president many critics say trump's testing meeting with nato and is more recent comments about the european union being a foe play into putin's desire to see a split between america and its traditional allies scott neuman npr news the president of the european count council is urging trump and putin not to escalate trade disputes at their talks in helsinki donald tusk was speaking today in beijing following an annual e you chinese economic summit trade experts say canada's economy could be hurt if president trump imposes additional tariffs on china that's something he's threatening to do is prompting china to file a challenge with world trade organization dan carpenter chuck has more with the administration of president donald trump imposing twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods the gloves are off but more may be yet to come washington suggested that by the end of the summer a further two hundred billion dollars in chinese products could face tariffs that won't happen until congress assesses the implications of such an escalation it's not clear what products are sectors would be hit hardest by the us china trade fight but much of the manufacturing in canada relies on chinese parts trade specialists in canada's say their country should brace for more economic pain it's already coping with trump's tariffs on imports of canadian steel and aluminum for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto in addition to canada trump impose tariffs last month on us imports of steel and aluminum from mexico and countries in the european union stocks in asia ended lower today after china reported economic growth below expectations it came in at six point seven percent in the latest quarter stock markets finished in negative territory in china and hong kong later today wall street gets a look at new numbers on retail sales in the us a new survey from the national association for business economics suggests hiring and salaries in the us will continue rising over the next three months along with corporate sales among the wildfires burning in the western us is one in california near yosemite national park it broke out three days ago and has burned at least seven square miles of brush along the park's western edge it left one firefighter dead over the weekend this is npr news from washington authorities in new mexico are investigating a deadly crash on interstate twenty five north of albuquerque it involve four vehicles three people were killed a car slammed into a pickup from behind early yesterday a commercial passenger bus swerved to avoid those vehicles and ended up on its side and tractor trailer than sideswiped the bus some members of charlotte north carolina's city councillor questioning the city's bid to host the twenty twenty republican national convention david borax with member station wfan has more charlotte mayor vials has promoted the city's bid since february but in recent weeks fellow democrats on the city council with question whether it's a good idea the mayor sites economic benefits of the event noting that the city how the democratic national convention in two thousand twelve but councilmember luana mayfield's has president trump and republicans don't fit the city's values because i don't think it's the compensation that fall economic is a moral compensation and that we need to have as far as what type of city are wing leaders of local democratic groups plan to hold a.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And the singing oh my god he blew his voice paul singing on this and going back to yellow matter custard i i don't know who sings on that one but before he out of the band yeah yellow matters neil neil more that's right he's about he's like oh boy here we go kills it you owe it to the song you know what i mean you gotta you gotta go big on this song it's just so my cousin it was in a cover band is we're going to do old darling i'm like who singing it don't even bother that if twisting showed is john's throat ripping voelkel this has to be posed especially the very very last saw you know that man he left it on the doing a little research john said that you said i should have saying that it's my style more than paul's but on this song dude well kills it paul paul's very versatile i think paul and we're kind of in about like oh the granny sound or the like you know but man paul when he wanted to yeah that's right he could rip it us he could do it all yet he can do it all and i think that's another reason why at this point it was the end because john joma was sick of it he's stewart copeland the sting had become the boss pawed become the boss and eclipse them as a musician and everything else and couldn't take it you know octopus garden i think the song alone is why ringo should be in the hall of fame besides his drumming he wrote it he wrote out with a little help from george with george george took no credit right it's credit just to ringo starr to richard stark yet but everyone knows this song everybody everybody knows this great song so if you've written one song in the world that everyone knows that's hall of fame.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Was that not a wig that he wore notices permit really you don't miss mad okay okay sorry no the llandough from oakland is on the line able onto what your question okay so my question is since sting is crazy rich what did you notice the most frugal thing about him once you what's the most frugal thing about staying tight with no there's nothing thing i'm learning from me as i mart businessman smoshing right what was the best business decision you ever made would you say totally counterintuitive leaving my job i was a schoolteacher right with a pension to chase a dream with no prospects at all didn't know anybody had one telephone number of stewart copeland who has the german from the police yes telephone number i'm not so sure at my career and what was your big break as the police when you form the band writing a song called roxanne which that was that people love then wow over america and and how old were you when you left being a school schoolteacher was twenty four wow that's an had you and when you grew up did you grow up wanting to be a musician or a schoolteacher i wanted to be musician you did but i had no idea how to do it so i become a teacher and when you quit where your parents mad at you know they knew i was crazy anyway right of course back to the phones.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Was that not a wig that he wore notices par really you don't miss mad okay okay sorry no the llandough from oakland is on the line able onto what your question okay so my question is since sting is crazy rich what did you notice the most frugal thing about him once you what's the most frugal thing about staying tight with no there's nothing thing i'm learning from me as i mart businessmen under smoshing right what was the best business decision you ever made would you say totally counterintuitive leaving my job i was a schoolteacher right with a pension to chase a dream with no prospects at all what didn't know anybody had one telephone number of stewart copeland who has the german from the police yes telephone number i'm not so sure at my career and what was your big break as the police when you form the band writing a song called roxanne which that was that people love them over america and and how old were you when you left being in school schoolteacher was twenty four wow that's and had you and when you grew up did you grow up wanting to be a musician or a schoolteacher i wanted to be a musician you did but i had no idea how to do it so i become a teacher and when you quit where your parents mad at you know they knew i was crazy anyway right of course back to the phones.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"They are because i'm gonna find they're going to be walking street but they they do live there right and they do yeah to go find their recording studio in every no i wasn't i was fourteen windmill lane is now did you look up their tour dates and be like oh no they're in cleveland or you know talking to phoebe robinson and the tour manager the luminaires on this day of course they're not an ireland but but back then it could be that maybe i'll get lucky how would that have been if you just wandered into a pub and there's been oboe just would've broken membrane yeah yeah wow so you got into unforgettable fire how did you feel like a couple years later when they burst open to the world greats yeah so i saw them i also saw them at the amnesty international concert at giants stadium is that the one with the police for mentioned and i i was disappointed this is how dumb i was at that time sting didn't wear like a bumblebee outfit no it it was advertised well of course just wanted but it was advertised as a sting set and he comes out and is only doing police on you were saying i wanna dream tweets turtles branford marsalis i was like seriously all going to be police songs sitting because i love the police and then i like i really i really love that that's a great album but it was it was so exciting that he was back with the police though but that was together for dream blue turtles was great and that rumour rain on the night that live it's amazing videotape night videotape of that police that amnesty concert over and over and over again i used to watch like stewart copeland's drumming style like he's he he holds the drums in this weird insane way and he's oh man was stewart copeland's assistant for a while.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"I met vince because he listen to this podcast and he reached out through his production company wild west to see if we might do a tv show together specifically he had seen one of my first ted talks was actually recorded at something called the eg the entertainment gathering where i talked about languagelearning dance and swimming three fears that i overcame a using different toolkits with the help of mentors and we discussed many different options and we settled on a show that ended up being called fearless with the less in parentheses and its imprint the sees because the objective of the show where i interviewed everyone from david blaine the illusionist and endurance artist to call maynard and stewart copeland of the police and so on the objective was and is to teach people to fear less tour it's two fearless which has train 'able not to be fearless which is not the objective at all geno one great thing about failures you realize it's not as bad as your mind makes it out to be its crypt the fear is more crippling than the actual consequences of the consequences a lot of times field almost relieving in a way because now you've faced it we've gone through it and that kind of takes that away from yup notes it's amazing how also over time the more you you don't address your fear end meaning if you take some large fear and you break it down and just the smallest possible steps let's say for swimming for me is even just putting my face underwater for british rent so forget about swimming forget about learning how to breathe just putting your face underwater and then when you finally have the incentive like this bet that i had with my friend or rather this mutually signed nears resolution with the deadline was up with a deadline with a deadline when i actually sat down and found a methodist.
"stewart copeland" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"It choked cades matei chuck heads but i digress he is a fantastic storyteller and a very very wellspoken smart guy in this conversation which is very wideranging we delve into early lessons in surviving in how to survive the music industry why entrepreneurs never get a day often certainly any selfdirected musicians or creative's are entrepreneurs in the sense of impotence to make something from nothing how the police develop unique sound and the decision that changed everything for them and much more this interview comes from my television show fearless fear less lesson quotation marks since your goal is not to be fearless to learn to fearless and in this show i interview world class performers onstage about how they've overcome doubt conquered fear and made their toughest decisions we were quarterback three hours material only one was used for the tv show so this podcast is almost entirely new content that did not appear on tv but i highly recommend a few things number one you can watch the entire first episode of fearless with illusionist and endurance artist david blaine and he does a bunch on stage you can watch it all for free at at t dot net forward slash fearless all spelled out no prince so at t dot net ford slash fearless definitely check that out and to see all episodes of this new tv show you can direct tv or you can use the app at direct tv dot com and that strict tv now so you can check that out d i r e c t v dot com and that is it for now so let's move on please enjoy this conversation with the one and only stewart copeland.