35 Burst results for "Stone"

Why Black Leftists Are the Real Sellouts

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 1 d ago

Why Black Leftists Are the Real Sellouts

"Christians need to be strong. Christians need to be bold and powerful. This is not a time for Christians to back down and be cowardice and weak and always turn another cheek. You gotta think, David and Goliath, the story of Davy and get alive. A lot of people only remember the story when they were in kindergarten and they were playing it nice. David hit Goliath in the head with a stone and beheaded him. It's not a time to be weak and I'm not saying that's what we should be doing is beheading people, but I think most people listening know what I'm talking about. We have to stand up for what's right. We can not be afraid to call these Devils out when we see them. Jesus did it almost everywhere he said. He called the pharisees vipers on toward generation. Hypocrites. These are the things that we need to continue to do if we want to be successful. Yeah, yeah, I totally agree. I don't think black people want anything different than anyone else once. So we want to be ability to be able to thrive in society just like everyone else. And we have to be willing to fight for those things in order to continue driving. And it always amazes me how these black leftists will talk about this as white culture and that's white culture if you're on time if you're successful. You do all this kind of stuff. But every single one of these people like I see joy Reid and Don LeMond on TV. They follow those exact same principles to get to where they're at. And then they keep other black people down. To me, that's a sellout. To me, that's a

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Blake Masters: The DOJ, FBI, & Others Want to Criminalize Dissent

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 2 d ago

Blake Masters: The DOJ, FBI, & Others Want to Criminalize Dissent

"Here The DHS is talking about now A DHS domestic terrorism unit Now of course everybody's against domestic terrorism You know how they always use these labels to make sure you can't speak out against what they're really trying to do But this kind of stuff worries me I mean the government especially over the past 5 years as a history of abuse of power whether it was a spy gay case against Donald Trump the attack on school board parents by the FBI as domestic terrorists recently they're tarring of pro lifers indicating there could be a big danger from pro lifers which is nonsensical You know Blake this kind of stuff worries me We've really got to get a hold over these law enforcement agencies The FBI DoJ and DHS were the management in many cases there seems to have lost its way I think that's right I think the DoJ FBI DHS they've been completely weaponized basically It's no longer about the rule of law The Democrats are just using these agencies as their auxiliary arms They're enforcement arms And they literally think that Republicans are all terrorists Dan But they want to criminalize dissent from their agenda And you saw how it happened Look you had in Buffalo this last weekend You know you have this crazy deranged murderer Okay and I've been public Obviously condemn all murder that mass shooting That guy should be tried and convicted and executed pronto But you had the Rolling Stone you had media mainstream media saying oh that guy was a mainstream Republican No he wasn't He wasn't and they just want to lump us all in they want a criminalize us and they want to outlaw dissent This is straight out of George Orwell's 1984

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Biden Heads to Buffalo... But Never Visited Waukesha

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 4 d ago

Biden Heads to Buffalo... But Never Visited Waukesha

"Mean, look at the headline and Rolling Stone. This is an actual headline. From Rolling Stone, the buffalo shooter isn't alone wolf. He's a mainstream Republican. He's a main stream Republican. And then, of course, the headline Biden headed to buffalo. Biden had to walk a Shaw diddy. He didn't go to walk a show Wisconsin when a black supremacist who hates white people, wanted to murder a bunch of white Christmas parade goers. I guess his schedule was a little filled, then maybe he was worried about COVID then. Maybe he was just concerned about catching COVID. Had nothing to do with the optics of a black man murdering white people, but he likes the optics of a white man murdering black people. I hate my cynicism.

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Former FBI Agent Steve Gray: 'The Bureau Rules by Fear'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Former FBI Agent Steve Gray: 'The Bureau Rules by Fear'

"If I had been, I'm not a law enforcement officer, but if I had been one of the special agents, tasked to raid Roger Stone's home, an elderly man with a deaf wife, who was told to take a loaded M4 carbine, put on a body armor, hard plated vest at 6 a.m., bang on the door with a fast boat behind the building in the canal and FBI helicopters above the building. I hope I hope that I would have had the courage to give my supervisory special agent or the a sack or what have you. My badge and tell him, sir, here's my gun, here's my badge, this is wrong. This is a politically driven issue in the past you would have requested the bureau would have said to Roger Stone's lawyer, would your client please come into our field office tomorrow at 10 a.m. and not raid his house like he's a head of the Medellín drug cartel. Is that demand that I would make of myself, is that unreasonable and are you disappointed by the fact that we don't seem to see pushback in an overly politicized bureau today? That's absolutely correct. You have to understand the bureau. The bureau rules by fear within the organization. They rule with an iron fist and they rule with fear, meaning that they keep the agents in fear constantly of either losing their job or getting a high suspension. And the reason is is because they just tell, look, there's always somebody that can take your place. So there's a lot of that going on. And these guys have families. They have, you know, they have houses and mortgages that they have to pay for. But in that Roger Stone case, you're absolutely right. They should have, they would have normally just called him and said, we have a warrant for your arrest. Have your attorney bring you down to the FBI building. We'll come bring you through the back door. We'll process you. We'll take you over to the courthouse, and you'll probably be ROR and release your own recognizance that day, and he'd been back home probably by 3

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A Woman Came to Jesus

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

A Woman Came to Jesus

"Well, we're going to loop finally at this encounter between Jesus and this particular lady. So first of all, then a woman came. That's how it's introduced while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper. He was there having a meal, a woman came. Now, if your Bible is open there, you will notice that chapter 13 is essentially all of that discourse. But it's quite interesting that that particular discourse in chapter 13 is framed on either side by the introduction of two women at the end of chapter 12, remember the widow's offering that Jesus has observed and to which he has drawn his disciples attention. So in verse 40 three, he says to them truly, truly, I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all those who are contributing to the offering box. Why? Because he was measuring by sacrifice. Not by amount. He was measuring by proportion. So this lady had actually done something quite dramatic. And Jesus disciples were very slow to grasp the values of the kingdom. And you will notice, actually, that if your Bible is open, that it goes from Jesus pointing to this lady and saying, let me show you what it really means to be committed to the kingdom and to be involved in sacrifice. And it says, and as they came out of the temple, one of his disciples said Luke teacher what wonderful stones and what wonderful buildings. He said, were you listening to me or what? But it's just like there's Sunday morning service, isn't it? The pastor preaches his heart out in somebody comes out and says do you want to go to Denny's or should we go to such and such? Well, did you hear what the man said, yeah, but we're finished with what the man said. Yes, it was something about a lady. She put in our money, but we'd rather talk about the architecture than face the challenge of Jesus words. We'd rather talk about just about anything other than face the challenge that Jesus brings.

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Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

"There there there there have have have have been been been been more more more more clashes clashes clashes clashes between between between between Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police police and and and and Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians around around around around the the the the al al al al Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque mosque in in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the unrest unrest unrest erupted erupted erupted after after after Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police entered entered entered the the the hilltop hilltop hilltop compound compound compound to to to secure secure secure the the the spot spot spot for for for Jewish Jewish Jewish visitors visitors visitors to to to snow snow snow the the the site site site as as as the the the Temple Temple Temple Mount Mount Mount their their their holiest holiest holiest the the the Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque also also also ranks ranks ranks as as as the the the third third third holiest holiest holiest site site site in in in Islam Islam Islam and and and has has has often often often been been been a a a flashpoint flashpoint flashpoint for for for violence violence violence police police police accused accused accused Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians of of of stockpiling stockpiling stockpiling stones stones stones the the the anticipation anticipation anticipation of of of more more more clashes clashes clashes Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian medical medical medical officials officials officials say say say seventeen seventeen seventeen Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians were were were wounded wounded wounded just just just two two two days days days after after after similar similar similar confrontations confrontations confrontations at at at the the the site site site this this this year year year the the the Muslim Muslim Muslim holy holy holy month month month of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan and and and the the the weeklong weeklong weeklong Jewish Jewish Jewish Passover Passover Passover are are are occurring occurring occurring at at at the the the same same same time time time bringing bringing bringing thousands thousands thousands of of of visitors visitors visitors to to to Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

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Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | Last month

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene

"We're talking to eugenia Constantino. The book's crucifixion of the king of glory. I hope you will get a copy or several copies. Jeanne, you've done it's a masterwork and I'm just so thrilled that you wrote this. And I hope you're going to write many more books. But I was just talking about you say at some point in the book that in Mel Gibson's the passion, which, in many ways, I think, is a magnificent movie and a work of devotional art. It's not like, hey, you want to see if a movie get the popcorn. It's a work of devotional art. But the identity of the Mary talk about that. Well, it was Mary Magdalene, of course, is the most famous of Jesus's female disciples. And unfortunately, in Mel Gibson's movie, he portrays her as the woman accused of adultery that is very famous story that Jesus saves from being stoned to death, and then she becomes his follower. Well, Mary Magdalene was not even a prostitute. And of course, this is something that's probably going to be surprising to a lot of your listeners or viewers because this is sort of become western tradition that Mary Magdalene was a former prostitute. And the first person ever to say that was a Pope, unfortunately, Gregory the great Gregory, the first who lived around the year 600. 600. Yes, so this is the 14th century's long screw. Yes, yes. Totally. And he made this up and identified herself. Unfortunately, western Christians identify with her as a sinful, former prostitute, I would hate to have somebody say, you know, 600 years later that I was a

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Dan Stone Describes the Appeal of Dayspring Christian Academy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last month

Dan Stone Describes the Appeal of Dayspring Christian Academy

"It's Dan stone that had master of day spring Christian academy. I have been thrilled to be involved with day spring Christian academy. Hard to believe it was about a year ago, but you reminded me, Dan stone, my guest that a year ago, I was the well I was two years ago, the speaker at the remember America speaker series, and then last year, I interviewed Jonathan Khan, and this year, another year has passed, you have my friend Charlie Kirk as your guest at the remember America speaker series. What is the date for that before we get into anything more substantive? April 23rd, 2022. Well, and welcome back to the program. I really am an admirer of day spring. I have to say, I wanted to ask you, you do this every year, and it's part of your larger mission. But why do you think places like day spring are growing and people being attracted to it? I mean, I could answer this question myself. But so you're the headmaster. You've been there for quite a while now. What is your sense of why people are attracted to places like they spring Grisham academy? Well, thanks for having me on Eric and thanks for the time. Yeah, I really think that people are beginning to wake up, I think that COVID, that was one of the positive outcomes of a lot of students of all students having to go home was that parents began to see what it was that their children were learning and what it was that their children's teachers were teaching them and we believe that a lot of parents once they realized some of those things were just very, very much against it and not okay with it. And so they began looking to alternatives. We've seen homeschooling in America, quadruple, but we've seen traditional Christian day schools in America grow at an exponential rate as well. And we've certainly seen that here at day spring.

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Caller: Might as Well Give Iran Our Missiles, Too

Mark Levin

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Caller: Might as Well Give Iran Our Missiles, Too

"Thank you for your help work And second I have an idea The nuclear deal with Iran why we don't give them the missile stones This way they can spend time A tongue in cheek I know you're being sorry Yeah why don't we give him the he's saying if you're going to give him the nose he might as well get in the missiles too I wouldn't be surprised with this administration Excuse me it is absolutely shocking I hope they don't listen They're going to take these days You know a Biden in my view really should be impeached for this Should be impeached for violating federal immigration law on the border These are real impeachable offenses not the cockamamie fake issues that they brought up against

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Russian News Editor Charged for Disinformation

The Larry Elder Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Russian News Editor Charged for Disinformation

"This is interesting. Maybe this will happen one of these days on CNN, which I watch a lot of so you don't have to. A Russian news editor while a newscaster was speaking, goes behind her, holds up a sign that says in Russian, which is hearing is not true, what you're hearing or lies, don't believe the lies. Honestly, we share this is to actually. Now you gotta have rubles of stone to do something like that. She was arrested. Might be charged with the new anti disinformation law. By the way, you know, Russia has an anti disinformation law. Punishable by up to ten years for spreading misinformation. Congress both parties here in the states is considering such a law to punish people for posting disinformation on social media platforms. Now, define disinformation is disinformation when, oh, I don't know, Hillary Clinton for four years refers to president Trump as illegitimate and having stolen the election. Is that disinformation?

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Biden Says Texas Reps. 'Played Ball' and Could 'Bomb You'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Biden Says Texas Reps. 'Played Ball' and Could 'Bomb You'

"How about a president traveling to Fort Worth Texas? And looking at three congressmen, two Texas, Texas representatives rather, two black men and a white Republican, I guess. I think it's two black Democrats and one white Republican. Yuri is not drinking. Yuri evidently is stone cold sober. He's right when he told me that Biden actually said this. The three congressmen you have here two of them look like they can they really couldn't did play ball and the other one looks like a bomb you. Two of them looked like they could and did play ball because you know if you're a black guy you play ball. That's what black people do. They all play ball. That's what they do. And the white guy, what he does is he bomb you. He's a domestic terrorist because that's what they do. White Republicans are terrorists. The white guy looks like he bombed somebody and the black guys look like they played ball. He's actually said that. Close your eyes and picture chuck Todd slumping over in a dead faint if Donald Trump said anything like that.

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Giannis scores 39; Bucks top Thunder for 5th straight win

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Giannis scores 39; Bucks top Thunder for 5th straight win

"Thanks three wins for the box who pulled away in the fourth quarter and walked away with one forty to one fifteen win over the thunder Jana son or triple had thirty nine points he was thirteen of nineteen from the field stone slogan that sixteen X. sixteen more so than the season came to the school problems defensively and only can be negligent modest mouse the book shot the ball extremely well all night long they finished at fifty three percent of the field Khris Middleton had twenty five points the bucs outscored the thunder by fifteen in the fourth quarter it was eleven point lead for the box at the half she do yoga so Xander had thirty three for the thunder I'm Chuck Freeman

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Ken Fish Describes the Miraculous Recovery of a Paralyzed Boy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Ken Fish Describes the Miraculous Recovery of a Paralyzed Boy

"Hey folks talking to Ken fish, Ken, you're relating an amazing story. You know, this is one of those stories. 13 year old kid paralyzed, you don't know what's going on, whatever. Okay, so you prayed for a long time. And I'm often amazed at how long you will be willing to pray for people, but you said at the end of this, now, what did you say and why did you say that? Well, when we kind of reached the end point of praying, he wasn't healed. He was still in that wheelchair, and he was still floppy and droopy and that was it. But I had this sense and sometimes I get prophetic words. I don't just pray for the sick. What's the difference between a prophetic word and a rima word of knowledge? Well, words of knowledge tend to deal with specific facts and figures about people's lives. Okay. So another way of saying that would be a word of data. Here's your name is Eric. That would be a word of knowledge. Flesh and blood have not revealed that to you, my friend, how did you know that? That's amazing. Okay, go ahead, go ahead. So you get a sense. Let's put it that way. But a prophetic word often has a future orientation to it. And some people are better at it than others. Because we hear about prophecies that go wrong. There were a few of those flying around our country. By the way, those people need to be stoned outside the camp. Go ahead. So but I had this pretty clear sense. I think it'll be maybe what I saw in my mind's eye was two to three and I assumed it was two to three weeks. Yeah. Well, as it turned out, two days later, he was up walking and on the third day he was riding his skateboard around like nothing had ever happened. So I had the timing wrong, but the numbers were right.

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How the NATO Commander Is Preparing for Otential Invasion

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 3 months ago

How the NATO Commander Is Preparing for Otential Invasion

"So I had no what is your successor in interest as commander of NATO doing right now? I would guess that general Todd Walters, who is the 18th supreme allied commander, is sitting down with his staff daily getting an operations brief. He's looking at a big map, like the one you just showed. Hugh, except on his map, there will be very precise denominations of every battalion combat team every core headquarters every missile in place meant every long range aircraft site every field hospital. So my successor will be looking at all of those. He'll be in constant contact, by the way, with our allies sharing that intelligence and information, different nations will have different slices of the pie. I always say about intelligence. It's not a photograph. It's a mosaic. And everyone is kind of putting the little colored piece of stone into it, and suddenly you see the big picture.

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Stone scores winner, Golden Knights beat Lightning 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Stone scores winner, Golden Knights beat Lightning 3-2 in SO

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Study: Gas stoves worse for climate than previously thought

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Study: Gas stoves worse for climate than previously thought

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He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Live up to. When i was writing the song i knew this was going to be one of them. Song that you're talking about yourself i'm the rhinestone rockstar monster madaba. Ab baba you promoting yourself. And he's like he didn't wanna don't to egotistical. Look i'm doing. I'm dr fungus time. We love you doctor. As you just can't believe it you could say but it soon as you start believing run. That's the that's the idea. Would you do now been sober for for quite a while at least from actually higher than i did before you know because we now right and wait ten to ten to high then trying to give out with a cracked it cracked is the you chasing is trying to find. It is messed up trying to. You're trying to chase that high from the beginning you ain't gonna give you gotta diverse time. That one ain't coming back no more so you never actually get high because you never reached that point when i started smoking weed again and this is what i've been missing. You're doing this other than all that money. Give all all down. We people look down on all of that. Smoke a joint forgotten net. I'm happy i got my card. I serve it chanted style hooks. That's so key to your music. We want the funk all that stuff that's really is. Yeah run joe run.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"More bouncing outside. A lot of people don't know that and we had raja on our own label and when need then signed up with us after we did more bouncing else that we made up the name for his younger brother gave his brother to name his name but we used him as opposed to rogers aim because brought to go sign with us on jam. We gotta hit on zap. And he didn't want to be at first but it was so be it and then he took the rest of it. I did what they had one on. Cbs in lebanon wanna brothers and have them fighting against each other key. Parliament funke deli. But he didn't know it was doing it for you know yet. When did you realize that buzi was buzi that it was going to be a whole thing of italian on the road. You know you see people looking around. Trying to that is in the back fungibility image but it was a buzi version of another thing it was jimi hendrix but not bubblegum pop. You know kitty you know what we realized we could actually get away with silly love songs with him. Which was what parliament wanted to. Do you know a lot of lotta. His songs would have been on parliament right. Younger people sometimes to understand that they were very separate ideas. That parliament was supposed to be the kind of the sweeter more accessible. Tighter is out. There could get away with anything but when boosting came is another really cutesy but jimi hendrix. Overtone we use in jamie's bob 'cause that's bigger than life and boots had that bigger than life to we second next. Reagan was booed zillah. Don't.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

10:17 min | 10 months ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Interpretation of bob dylan you know not no town but in between that i have to admit until i saw the you said that those sounds like bernadette we're influenced by bob dylan never occurred to me never on everybody. Once they motel always up. Whatever new was happening. They got their versions of the song. Had a bunch of songwriters. Who same as the brill building. Yeah they write a song for you in a minute. Did your version of did my testify was my version of you. Know that era in in Like i say that. Straight atonal friends and granted eddie van as come. Oh a may you know once you hear me saying i really do reach out for me because i'm older run. No place to go leave. I was really saying it. But he had bob dylan. I mean holland holland them. They knew what they were doing. That was the real. I mean bob dylan. Some jammed best on. He was a folk singer so he didn't put all that emphasis own vocal tie. It was a story. Bay came along with the story and his magic of that tone. And what revelations did you take from the of jimi hendrix because he was employer important to fund. That's that's what i made that. Move because under know. Jimmy jimmy james in the flames anew king curtis you know when he played and we should let the do with no shoes. I'm gonna tuck. And so he was freaking. Even though we didn't know a frigate was he always stood out like that you know when he was with those god we had a manager. Kit lambert right. It was who had track records. We been on the same label with them. Some big northern soul right. they had a You know i guess store making bootleg record whatever they was no but we did some of those with them and i this is what the hell happened but then i sold the magic that he he did when they did those things. And what pete townsend. Eric clapton they also about who is who understood what it was. It was the same blues. Guys that i used to see. Nick love played with the team but loudest hell and he added to the degree of miles. Davis you know with jazz. He could play with it radically in the ban. They he together that had to be that had come from someplace. They wouldn't have done that if they knew what they were doing mopping they probably wouldn't have never got together. You know but once that happened that magic of them three and to me that was the previous version of the a lot of people like the second version. You know but that to me was. Are you experienced. you really experienced bay mitt. That could you hit to get versed. In that matter of fact when came out i bought lady. Land are you experienced and actions is love for all three same color. Iraq is right around the corner at least two other key influences. One of course was someone who would later become your friend s slice down before it became part of your life as a whole other story. What was his impact on you when you heard him and and the family stone that point i i heard of him. We've dave catholic. That was his. I mean his manages that knew him and he was president columbia wreck. It's and we will also over talking to him. Because one of our friends and harris was managed by dave catholic two so he'd say i'm so used somebody you can make a record is good. You know we did use it for my mother in your mind. You asked to follow him. We was hot with another thing. Slide was on his way pop and they've they was in. This is what you got to look late. You know we were dark slava's brighton. You know to me. That was a step between motown and jimmy hicks. We drive to go with jimmy. Was that out. You know but david saying this is what you slide. He played record. It was the same. I felt the same way. Prince lido told me he felt when he got the one inherit boots. I reckon i knew we had to go back into the studio and actually do some other stuff and you know you too. Late boots came. Gave us the opportunity to get to haunts. Endzone that became up for the downs of people mothership. And all that. And i think it's fair to say another influence was lsd itself ohio. Yeah you know i. I fought against even thinking that. I wanted to say that. Now say you know give you race. It took me a long time to wait a minute. I never done that of that shit. You know if. I didn't have that whole freedom of been into boston. We went to boston in hung out with the kids and everybody was happy. Love and peace bullshit. Gino and yet to watch your back but everybody seemed to believe that and once woodstock happened to me in whole that was the whole thing of to meet a whole thing in would to at the same time the lsd into that whole got us out of it to consume. They start talking about buying and selling it to me. I got instincts of the streets. If somebody's doing it to make money. I'm scared you know but isn't that was right. That's because it ended up a bit started getting bad reports people like long hair and then the whole thing thing chain but it served its purpose in that war in awe of freedoms women rights black rates gay rights and all of that happened during that period for now. We back here again got to do it again. But lsd later on realized omega lot of stuff that i got out of that i still i do believe it. Do the best you can and you know those kind of things come from free to follow. I didn't know what saying to me. I'm just saying it because it sound deep but at the wild people's rating about in has worked in. Bob musee no you being channeled. Sit coming through you blah blah blah. I dealing with none of that one thing. That is hard for me to conceptualize. is you. don't really play an instrument. Right mean now. They call hit sessions. Yeah but you've been ranked songs since the fifties in and not just for yourself. You were so how did that. How did i you sung the parts. Yeah in the fifties as parts. They'll part of the background in attendance and get taught. The vocals did everything right so by the time they started making grooves fool it. Yeah pretty much knew what was going on. And like i say. Then at the brill building. You hit the feel specter's cow kings and the don kirchner's you had all variations of rock and roll. That was coming out of new york and philly. You know you had all that delay. Wow i got a little bit of his infant information. Get to motown hammed. They do this. Shit almost like jazz dance dance. I paid attention to all of that in the best musicians was studio musicians anyway. So i i remember how did hit sessions. It was a little kid brother of billy billion any. They were kids. So i can actually will. I can tell them the and they wouldn't tell me set up years later they did well. You don't play an instrument but how does it work with core changes and stuff. You know what i mean like. How would you say it's the same. It's the same thing you know. When sung the parts in you know coach changes that you like and you feel everybody had different. Styled rock and roll was three core blues basically anyway you know miss getting slick like we went out on the road. I tried to seven rooms of gloom. Better four tops. We didn't realize you have to have a seat music for that. You can't play that from the ear. We got to the paulo in that. Were in our life because we didn't have a band and we were trying to song and we thought the bank of ad lib it not. You can't add to them kind of you know and so you learn pretty much how to do it. On the matter of fact. I can do it on the fly better than i can in the studio. 'cause you get into that zone does come to you. You ain't got to get deep thinking about it. It ain't no real logic to stuff they say. Now you can just say words they. That's the style. If you're listening to rhymed and things that hip hop music now they have a whole new thing that bob then deep no more they got a whole nother mumbo by going that pretty soon. They're going to be some classical rickers mumbling once she said a key thing was learning to keep an audience captivated even with a slow tempo. Ya oh we got. We got that again. vanilla fudge. Really young they they. They did an aunt an aunt. Get set me free. Were don't be long by bro. That was scream songs. Version every little virgin with the marshall lampson shadow. Morton did it. You know.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Inside coming over here trying to get rid of franken linemen and teenagers and all new york groups. Paul Harlem brooklyn all. We want to do a thing and just being a part of rock and roll as it came in. I've worked in a record store for fifteen. And you know elvis in jerry. Lee lewis with my favorite of that whole click. You know that kind of music. Jerry lewis was it. What's all of that. Go into fifty nine motel show up and that was i knew i was going to be upon them. Rock and roll history. Do up history. And i made the plans. Then in motown was it was raining. Joe bit bill. Brill building you and that to me was a started out. I maintain all even though we changed. You know like we played with the bonilla floods in connecticut. We just played the other night. And we use the instruments so we heard what rock and roll. What i'm be sound like over module lamb once. We heard that we know. This is what jim in exists. Doing this how to get that. And we became. Lao do upswing allow motown thing that became what we call funke deli. You know we just mixed to of in. That became our new. I kept my eyes on whenever the music chains. I learned too late the people that are getting ready to put us out the kids. Who was getting on your nerve with the new version. We came along with bop bop abou about that kind of thing. It didn't bother me when i heard the same thing. Kids always bring the new version of the absurdity into rock and rock and roll. Was that when it first came out. And every time i hear a new version of that it gets on your nerve per dan. You let go of that able to this. Is it if i hurry up and get on an angled seemed like i'm so old now i would say testify. Where it was a big breakthrough and there's two versions of people don't realize that there's the single version a version re re recorded and that's more like what you wanted it to be and i said yes but but how. How did that song come together. I first version of it. Everybody was on this This bob dylan cake. You know the four tops reach out for me very debt and standing in all of that well today. The day everybody was doing that mick jagger was doing it so when we friends inquisitive asking me come. Oh duma.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:48 min | 10 months ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I'm brian hiatt and this is rolling stone music now. I recently sat down in new york studio. George clinton who is of course the founder of parliament and funke delic and one of the most important figures in twentieth century music. I think it's safe to say we talk just before. His eightieth birthday just passed and he discussed his entire historic career and explained why it's not over yet. Let's get straight to that interview. Quentin thank you so much for being here. Good to be led to be out. We were saying like if you're back on the road the world must be returning to what it should be. That's good evidence that is all right. 'cause i show wouldn't come in till we get right. I got my shots to ban israeli. Everybody we commit last night. So yeah you can. That's pretty good evidence that it's all right. You were going to say farewell and in two thousand nineteen. You had a farewell tour. Is this technically still part of the farewell tour technically it. Is they even give us a chance to get off. we was almost. They're ready to in the last one they seem to just about the end of it and pandemic shut us down so gave me a chance to get some rest. You know and get prepared to really do it right so now. People know i'm finished this next year. I'll be out then but right now. I get the kids ready to go. They've been practicing for this for three years and it was going great and twenty twenty two. Is that fair. Whoa or it's okay to pull back on a farewell. We don't want you to say thank you. I'm back from that okay. i'm pulling back late meccas. That gave me some rest and I feel good. You know got on blood work done with the doctors and all that said ain't got no problem no meds. I'm i'm feeling good so it's not goodbye. Hello again you're you're get. I mean really. That's great you have to drag me off. Man i ask guys from the beatles and the stones would they actually want to pass away on stage. You know this. I'll be eighty and two in two months. So and i feel good is hell right now so if i go out stage yeah cool. Have you went off fucking you know. We could all do worse than those those words. I guess i'm i'm telling you we definitely do his going out funky. That's he's tell me about how you spent the pandemic and whatever you know. I was lucky when we sit down for depend was tired tied i but we would because we have work real hard to get the new show on the road and leave his rehearsing in getting all that together and depend on thing happened. We able to shut down and stopfel minute. And i really didn't have to worry about because i don't habit that i was really into and that was painting really. Oh yeah did a lot of peyton and artsy fartsy stuff and got carried away. We've got to get art manager. And we're doing his inept tease things and it's getting really deep. I've said one question about your painting. No aren't you colorblind after. Make it even funnier. 'cause i don't know what the hell i'm doing. Everybody seemed delay. Kelly like it in reminded me of you know when we actually start going into funk music as opposed to do we was living we was jamming and grooving and became out thing that became out became. Call it so aren't feels the same waco's pandemic happened. I also another thing. I could actually spend my time. You don't do drugs no more time more with no. We know work on the road. So i got down got candidates all kinds of money on campus and we got a load of stuff for in they call it. The damning series actually worked really good. I mean you said that you were so called blind that when you look at some of the classic parliament and funke delic album covers. You couldn't even see what was going on because there were so dependent. I mean there's just really look closer to see what shades in haven't done that and then take myself. I started getting familiar with the tones values. And i saw colors that way because i got into abstract shapes and tones and values and it feels good and actually gotta went to call her lexicon. You can see the you know the handwriting. I did amazing. Did you get to recording any music. Writing music did did a lot of music. We did a couple of albums waiting to put out. We're going to do those versus. I don't know the exact date of sometime in august. Bright george clinton in people all stars versus parliament funke delic. That's of cheating. Isn't it really. We use an all of this people that sample people. They're going to be part of people goes got it. It'd be george clooney in everybody that sample against parliament funke belly together. It'll be fun. 'cause they did they version of what we was doing the clones. Did they ever bug you. That for a whole generation who here's atomic dog. They heard the snoop song. I and it. It messes with their perception of it. A little bit i. 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"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Friends who came over the other day she was telling your daughter. She's like to know her middle name. I was like. Don't tell her that she's interested. My bike google. When i was working at home. You get bored. So i started interacting with my google home device and i was like i tied up my name and so i said My name is gentlemen. The fuck install because i thought was hilarious. Jenna stone to not Stout inuit bleep it out and so my mom and stepdad came over for dinner one day and i said i. Hey listen to this. I was very proud of myself right. Google what's my name and it was the first time ever is said it. My mom torah fight at me. And i said it usually who taught at that you so yeah anyway. Okay all right. Do not do not address any emails to concern. Keep just keep stunned. Yeah okay so. I think that brings us up to around the end of the episode because hitting on time already. Do you have any shots that you wanna do for. This week's episode had seventy more questions we'll have to do a part to booming My my shots are going to Jose in columbia. Who i had a lovely chat with the day and And jonathan in phoenix. Who are your shutouts to my shot. This week is going to a new listener. Her name is rebecca. What's up. Rebecca and rebecca sent an email to ask if we've got emerged collection for the quote. The simplest explanation aliens what the rest of the listeners might not know. Is that if you email us all contact us on instagram and us one of your favorite quotes from the show. We will turn that into a range of merchandise and to collection so this week we are coming out with rebekah listen to collection and the quote is the simplest explanation aliens z. Can head on over to our most store and find it on also to merchandise and we've also got the reneged election. Which is these sneaky. Colty bostitch collection. So if you've got favorite quote from the show feel free to get in touch with us and we'll turn it into merch so thank you for joining us for this week's episode of zander and stone and of course if you've got any questions that you'd like us to answer personal or otherwise. Paranormal maybe a feel free to send us a message on instagram. You can connect with us and instagramat x. s podcast or you can email us on info at excess podcast dot com next week's episode. We're going to be looking at these skin walker ranch which is obviously got loads and loads of paranormal. And there's lots and lots that we're going to be able to talk about a national forty minutes on that episode so be sure to come in for next week episode on the skin walker ranch from me zander and me stone. If it's out there and it's weird we were gonna talk about it This podcast is a proud member of the paranormal podcast network..

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"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Like i don't think they're ever done icon. I can't think of any nicknames. No i don't have any nicknames have have been called the b word quite a bit so that's a nickname today. Did one of my students had called me a need lost it on one day this several years back i mean probably four or five years in teaching and he He flipped out of me and he called me. A flat headed bitch. Call my i call my died. And i said to you think i have a flat head and he said i can't believe that's what you're concerned about. Not statement can handle pitch for fly had a really never heard anybody called flat headed. So yeah i've been paranoid about it. Ever since i know you don't you didn't do but like Nicknames but then you also get like the diminutive version of your names. Like when i'd like and why at the end i don't think that counts as in be zany. It counts nickname of also really. Don't like it when people do that. Like all immediately correct will be like no. That's not my name. But i can't think i can't think of any any nicknames. I can't think of a single one. That i've ever had okay. They'll probably russian not getting off that easy. What are your nicknames. I mean people have all often call me by my last name. Stones which is which is what we down. Yeah as what we do as well But other than that i mean. I think that might be a question that we need to answer for the listeners. As well so. I've never referred to you as bio first name on the recording. So do we wanna tell the listeners. What your first name is. I think may middle name is far more interesting. Okay it goes. The whole man gives us the whole man teasing teasing Yeah it's jonah stone. what's your. What is your middle name. I know your middle name. Gianna motherfucking star. Okay.

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"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"stone" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Those those creative issues. And what would you. What would be curious. I wouldn't have thought to ask i would If there was anything that i didn't that i didn't do in life that i would regret. I would say that it would probably be to do with radio and broadcasting. It is like it's been my ups. Ever since i was a little kid. Ever since i was very very young i listen to audio dramas like radio dramas is to listen to stories on tapes and books from a very very young age some of like my fundus fleeting memories of being like a five year old lying in bed and listening to bbc radio dramas on radio two thousand in south africa. Yeah and they've they've always had an always will have a very nostalgic kind of thing for me. So if i were never attempt to having done a podcast all will taken the very big and scary step towards being a professional podcast and broadcast. I think i would really regretted it. I'm obviously it's something that i'm dealing with the moment I finished my job in education. Recruitment about six months ago. Five six months ago. And i've been navigating the very scary overwhelming and murky waters of professional In podcasting and i mean it's the unit as exhausting as it is to try and filter out all the information. That's it to get to the truly useful information and to spend hours. Second guessing what you're doing and when i say second guessing what you're doing not second guessing the choice i've made to do this. Let's second guessing. Is the is the action that i just took by posting that thing on social media or by whatever it might be that little toss that i've achieved today. Was it the right thing to do. Is there something else that i should have done. That would have been more effective like dealing with that databases basis. I'm not gonna lie. That happens a lot and then of course there is others moments dot and they always had like what the fuck is up with moments of took like two thirty in the morning. When you're trying to damn slim you'll get through a whole day right. You'll get through a whole day being very productive and you'll feel exhausted. You like okay. great. I'm gonna go to bed and then upcoming all of these. I call them limiting beliefs. Like self limiting. Talk the creep up into your sleep. And they're like you really you really show. You should have done. So there are moments where i'm like you know should have. I made the right choice but at the same time. There's this. I don't know this little voice inside me that is like yes you have and you just have to keep you just have to keep going and keep trying and just because rome wasn't built in a day basically so and with with la film stuff. Stay every overnight success that you eat about ten years of hard work sees at ten years prior overnight success. It's it's funny you should say i read Just the other day. I'm busy reading a book on on radio broadcasting that was written by very famous broadcaster from the uk broadcast producer. She's well she's actually from the states but she's her most of their success in the uk.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Do you judge it by your audience? We see your live shows or how do you is your? Is your success success man for me success? I can keep the lights on them. Yeah. I got food. Yeah. Family's taken care of that success for me. Everything else is just gravy. Another got a lot of people who've helped me fulfill my dreams and a wanna win and go big. So everybody can like have some of that. I think that's the next thing. But you know, as far as streams and all that records, and all that kind of stuff, you know, to have a hundred million streams here in some some art is to be seen live and some of it is to be heard on record, and depending on who your audiences, and what you thing is. You know, I guess it correlates, someway, I don't know it's getting wild out here, man. I'm happy to be part of it. Let's go Patrick will have a pretty lengthy feature with Gary explaining how all came about and a little bit about what he talked about in the interview today about how a Gerry start programming beats on a drum machine and really just found a new place on this album. And maybe it will be the breakthrough means a guy who's been known as a great loud perform blues guitarist. But maybe now he'll be truly like a modern artist that people are really paying attention to in that way. But in case, this has been today's wrong soon music now, thanks to Doyle, Gary carp junior for taking the bulk of the episode for me, and we'll be back next week here and Sirius XM's volume channel six in. The meantime, our podcast downloaded us as a podcast wherever get your podcasts to us as podcast, baby. Louis nice real to and still complain about the length of the music clips see pool do that as a legal thing we can put on going Spotify where they're gonna do. So as always, thanks for listening. See next week.

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"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Yeah. You don't. I mean like but saw here these I would hear this music like DM, slipping, I'm slipping a follow. I can't you know, what I mean here in that. That sounds like blues to me. Yeah. So it was like it's all the same was just telling us story. The scenery has changed a little bit with the music paints different picture, but the stories are still the same. The soul is still there. You know, what I mean saw and in Wutang spit over our king links. I do it I want. Now, you can't tell me anything Cody chestnut drop, the headphone masterpiece and early two thousand you can't tell me wide open. And so instead of spending my time playing music in the past thirty forty fifty years will spur is going to go for the next thirty forty fifty years start thinking that way. Then it's just like, I'm just here. I'm going. I'm going to be whoever I am all represent. The blues to the day that died, but I'm also going to represent everything else. Because that's what I love. Quincy Jones is a huge inspiration to me Quincy Jones has been trying to break the barriers of genre. Since he started playing and just accept people for being artists, and he's made some of the most beautiful music that will stand the test of time how she's looking at what he did because he has more Grammy nominations than anybody for count Basie to thriller and Sinatra. Yeah, his movie film to music catalogues, so heavy in his so different that psych when I think about being a musician. A like, this is just me if you not try to be Quincy Jones, you're doing it wrong. Yeah. To stop you ever spend time with him spend a little bit of time with him. But he's always surrounded by people. Yeah. And so I just wanna leave him alone. You know, what I mean, just kissed the hand and walkaway getting you know, what I mean? But I had an experience I met him couple years ago at a party after the academy. Awards and I'll walk up to him as soon I start to walk up to them. Don't stop to you. Get enough starts playing. So good on that. But he's always been real sweet. And support of. Me some love do you think that was the door open for you? Because this music was not being played or is it harder because it's not being played. So a label might be worried that there wouldn't be anybody wanted to hear it playing guitar rock and roll blues music and a time when that isn't very popular. Yeah. I think so, but you know, people say everything circles back around. Yeah. Couple of decades or something felt like music was kinda getting a little bit loss for me. I didn't wasn't following. Yeah. And so I was just like, you know, what? Yeah. I'm not a rat. I'm not an armed these singer. Is why feel comfortable and as well fit? And I think this is the way like let's pick up these instruments and bring this kind of stuff back in if felt like the right thing to and it still does, you know, I just there's no. Patrick. I don't know. Yeah. That's fair. You broke your hand when you're making record. What would happen? They're pissed off. I was drinking rum. His it's more that you told me last time. Well, you keep asking me damage. It is. Yeah. So we're looking into it. 'cause he said it was a boxers break. It's always looking into it and has to be from hitting hit something very and on successfully. So. Yeah, that's what happened a mess me up for a few weeks. I did again Chuck on the record playing guitar with a cast on my hand. Yeah. How does that change your your playing? He's just gotta hold your hand different. Try not to get the velcro the cast stuck in the strings. Yeah. Those about it..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And I'm like, I gotta do something. This sound went out. The sound went out in the whole venue. Front of house sound goes out. So people are screaming and yelling, and I can hear booze and I see people thumbs down. And I cannot believe I came all the way over here for this moment, and it is going down this. They hate me. And I didn't know that the sound was off. So Doyle bramhall comes over. He whispers MIA goes front of house out off just play just keep playing keep playing. We're gonna come back around you finish up your solo using the less. I get into don't sweat. This is all going down. You can see it on the DVD and the video and I'm like cool. So I keep playing keep playing. And then all of a sudden the sound comes back on right at the solo and everybody starts screaming on the DVD. It looks like I'm doing some ebbing. They're just happy because the sound comes back on. And so, yeah, I'm hanging out backstage, Tom Walley and Andy elephant who used to work at Warner approach me and said thinking about doing something on my interested in. Here's my info. Call me up and change my whole thing right there. Just like the mom put us out on tour bonnaroo buzz tour, grace Potter and thousand man, the change everything. And how did that change your life your day-today life is you're on the road all the time from there on out here on the road a left in summer of twenty eleven I think in didn't get back for a while. And I didn't notice like to be there long came back. There's all kinds of critters in my house, spider webs. Like, oh, okay. This is what it's like to be road. You know, but I turn my lights on you know, what I mean? That was eating every day. Yeah. Put some food refrigerator when I got back, which is great. Yeah. You know? Okay. I think we're good for a minute..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Here. I'm here to serve them doing a service. You always tell me turn down, you know, can you turn it down? So it took me a while. You know, when that lady screamed at me, we're here to see you. You snap out of the blue thing about. Yeah. My name's on the marquee. I mean, it's time to go. So yeah, that was a funky reality. Check, you know snap into. It's like years later. I'm up there. Still thinking that the UT football game is on behind me and the place where you broke through on a bigger stage was at the crossroads guitar festival, which Eric Clapton puts on every few years. And I was there. It was like twenty ten and I remember a room where it was just BB king, Hubert, someone Giardi winter all the greats where all there and you're living in Austin. You didn't have a deal at the time. And you considering giving up music before they asked you to come play that that true. I was considering those early giving a music, but I was gonna always not gonna put on the forefront of like, maybe I gotta do something else. You know, had a sweet woman Claire, she let me run out her house and set up my studio space there and cut demos and always paying rent laid and trying to buy gear to do this. And I just wasn't adding up and I felt like I need to make this work. But I need to spend the time. To work my craft, but it's not working. So I maybe I gotta do something else. Maybe I'll come back to maybe try something else. I can stack up some paper and figure this out. But I was also battling with maybe. I don't have that time and the music business. You know, you're not young and you can't get in. You know, what I mean this whole thing? So I was feeling all these types of ways. And so I'm sitting in my house and bills aren't being paid and Molek trinity cut off. I got no lights just sitting there and dark burning candles like damn what am I gonna do? I can't do this the struggling starving artist. Should not cute. You know what? I mean. I'm over. And then so Doyle bramhall called me up and said, hey, man, Clapton's going to invite you to crossroads festivals Chicago are said crossroads festival like with everybody. Right. So yeah, I'm not sure. But talk about you know, between him Jimmy von they talked to Clapton about me. And next thing. I know I get this letter in the mail, and it's like one of fishery invite you to crossroads twenty ten and Chicago. You know, Toyota park will see their and showed up and with my boo phone guitar, twenty bucks in my pocket and change my life, man. A matter of minutes, like ten minutes life chain. Wow. Are never seen thirty thousand people anywhere. You know? So they're all staring at me..

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03:33 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Yeah. At fifteen those my first experience in Clifford antone doing adverb twenty years before I showed up, you know, what I mean changing people have, you know, fabulous Thunderbirds Jimmy Vaughan. Kim Wilson Stevie Ray Vaughan, you know clue. Anton put Steve on stage with Albert king. And it was over. You know what I mean? So that places very special in them. I wouldn't be doing what I was doing without Clifford antone. The place was gonna was on the verge of shutting down or did shut down for a while. And you came in with a friend of yours in brought it back you invested in became a partner in brought Antunes back yet those period of time in Austin, Texas, where there was no Antos nightclub. And it just felt like people a little bit lost that they, you know, such as seen at had been there as a staple, you know, you think of the capitol you think of town lake Antones barbecue. And so for that place to go away just felt wrong owes a huge void in scene. Clifford antone always taking care of people. So anyway, will bridges shed up to him? He approached me something about taking this thing on what do you wanna do? What can we do said? If you need me to help it anyway, a mutt. For and so we got it up and running. It's as great as beautiful vibe still there, you know, it's feels complete again. Yeah. You know what I mean? And as cool as the young folks come up with their cars over the backs check it out and see these people out, Man. man. Oh, I'm next. Yes. Exciting. That's that's incredible. If you Austin, go check out in towns, man this happen. Yeah. Did any those guys give you any advice that stuck with you guys who played with muddy and how wolf and remember any nights when you were sitting with them after in anything that you learn from them. Oh, yeah. A lot of the guys. They would give me a vice in. It was understood they're trying to say to me. But it was a lot of you know, you to keep the blues alive. Right. So I felt that pressure a little bit, right? And it's taken that on as a teenager. I got to be a blues man forever. But I think what it was just just respect where you come from. You know, just respect us when you leave here without saying like, we know we did for you. You know what I mean? I know what you did from. Yeah. I pre she'd always show love last time. I saw Clifford antone before he passed away last thing he said to me is place and Jimmy Reed. 'cause I was up there doing some other stuff. I think I was playing song like things are changing from you know, older album. He's like, I get it. But play Jimmy Reed. And so always take that. As like a dull forget where you come from. You never know where you're going. If you don't know where you come from. Yeah. That Jimmy von I went out on tour. He saw me drinking, and he just came to me with a bottle of water and his point at it said, no words those. Yeah. Just fun little things like that, man. And just be yourself betray yourself early. But you spent a lot of years just playing Austin club scene and learning how to how to play for an audience, and you told me once that that is actually way different than playing for festival or a big arena show that you had to learn how to be a performer on a bigger stage have to project yourself in a different way. Oh, yeah. Yes. In San to me, you know at a big venue in the same. We're here to see you. Right. You know what? I mean, I spent so much time blues bars and funky joints where it would be playing on stage and there'd be like the football game on the big screen behind. You know what I mean? So like these singing, but I'm like, I'm not trying to I'm background noise..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"But think they're really got me intrigued by the tar draw me in was seeing videos of Jackson Five and seeing Tito Jackson plan, red Gibson three thirty five or whatever it was. And it similar to what you played for Lyle. Yeah. I think that's why do I think that's why yacht all the cool bad asses were playing read three thirty five, you know, Freddie, king and just if you're gonna do this you gotta have one of those like so, and that's how will body guitar with as f- whole kind of hole in the tire f holes gonna like it looks like a fat candy paint violin? And what are those sound like a fat or fat or sound? I like those guitars because when I'm traveling, you know, sometimes you can't always have an amp. But I like the way the neck. It feels it feels electric, but you can also get an acoustic sound out of it. You know what I mean? So if you sitting around for move, my wife, whatever I'm trying to practice. She wants to hear me a little bit. You can hear me. You know, what I mean without right, turning it up and making a lot of noise and the place where you you really got your start on a stage was antone, which is a club in Austin owned by Clifford antone who mentor Stevie Ray Vaughan and put muddy waters and Hubert. Someone oughta these guys got to play there when there wasn't market necessarily for blues clubs at the time. Big Blue's clubby brought it back is that true partially true. I mean, they over on the east side, you know, they had a lot of a lot of clubs. You knows black clubs. Yeah. Victory grill. Bobby bland and BB. King would come play. You had all the grades replan over there. And what Clifford antone did was he brought it to a younger audience. His first club was down sixty downtown. And then they moved over to down towards them university of Texas. On twenty ninth street down on the drag St. col quantum Lupe? So just by his doors being open he'd attracted these young, folks. And introduced this young kinda white audience kinda hippies into this blues thing. So you'd have buddy guy plan, you know, with somebody like Derek O'Brien's young guy, China figure it out. And so he just brought this whole scene together. It was young old black white all fall in love with this music. You know, he introduced people to Zydeco being from Port Arthur, Texas, right on the border of Louisiana knew about the Chicago blues, and he had these relationships with all these people. So he would just call them up put him up and invite everybody out and just turn into this the scene that just grew and grew and grew and these young people come see these shows and would be inspired. And the next thing, you know, they'd be up on stage 'cause Clifford was so welcoming that if you're into it, and you want to be a part of this community if you had the enthusiasm and talent get up their kid. You know, I mean come on. Let's go let's go. Let's go. He created a scene that is is. Still resonating and people are still inspired all over the world. They're gonna come to Anton, right? My dream is to get good enough to play blues at Antones. How old were you? When you I did that I was fifteen while I was fifteen underage. I had Xs on my hand, and I got up on stage with pine top Perkins James cotton, and he played with money Smith there that night, George brains on drums, Calvin fuzz Jones on bass. Wow. I think maybe gene Taylor on piano. But I mean all these guys play with the guys like, muddy waters, you know, Jalan wolf Huber some I mean come on, man..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey, I'm Brian Hiatt. This is Rolling Stone music now. So Gary Clark junior as new album pull this land coming out Mark's. I and my colleague Patrick Doyle came in right here in the Sirius XM studios the other day and sat down with Gary talk about the new album, which is real step forward for him. Gary's this great blues. Guitarist who doesn't want to be just a great blues guitarist in two thousand eighteen he wants to make music that transcends the blues and speak to this time. And I think he started doing that. There's a great new single that will talk about called this land out. But let's hear what Gary and Patrick Doyle had to say. Can you tell me how you made this record because most people think of it like you go into the studio with producer, and they kind of guide you along than a label puts it out and sort of structured thing. But you didn't really stick to any rules with this thing. Right. No. I didn't Warner was cool enough to let me just go out on my own a loved the idea of production. I got into music because I was drawn into. Arrangements and sounds so they let me do my thing. I went to washy this is how it started off. So I knew how to make a record in wanting to make something. But I didn't know exactly what I was gonna do house gonna approach it. So I've always loved making beats and finally stepped my game up and got a new NPC figured out. How to use it? And I really just started messing around from there. My buddy, Sean McCarthy hooked me up cool guy, man, he'll be able to hard-drive of all this music. I never really heard before I most maybe ten thousand songs or something like that. So I'm just running through trying to find samples and flip things up and just make for myself. And I'm thinking it'd be a record and also trying to figure out how to record into this thing. So I started feeling like I was starting to get somewhere. Still didn't know what was going to be. And then I finally made this be this track on record called. I got my eyes on you. And that was one of the things like Lockheed uses for me, I could put some guitar on it. And you know, I think we could really do something here play drums on it. And then. Gazza-like? Now, you're terrible. Do better do use to play drums in a band. I used to play drums in certain bands. You know, like I'll be maybe third string. They called me up. If the good guys weren't there. So I'll maybe third or fourth string. And how it back if you guys up, but I have no discipline as a drummer. I think every single place in the song as an appropriate place for a drum fill saw. Yeah. I haven't been called for Joan gigging thing, I got fired without being too. When I was in the studio talking to Jacob who co-produced did some engineering on the record with you. He said that he thinks you're such a great ATar player because of your skills as a drummer. Well, that's very nice. But I think however for this record a muscular as drummer were not needed. Yeah. So that's we brought in Brannen temple Jay Johnson who are world class and laid it down so..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"We just done it out. But I think it was his haunt though. There are couple of pretty good songs on that felt to me. Like, we'd hit a wall. Go smashed up having so much pressure to write new material foot my solo album contractors. Well, so that you know, I don't really want to do it with the who for the time period. You know, that was how I just didn't wanna. Discuss it. But I didn't say it was the end. Manager Bill covers started to sell the tickets. He said it was a fair world to say we're able to dot lost it for much at here. I'm not blaming him. But it was full. So does appear on blaming him. His any of the bag of the time of John was a with. So Kenny Jones withstood acted in the the any of us who it as an end. I think everybody in the band accepted, the I had appropriate with the record do. So was that we paid the money because it falls from one of back to women's you have to realize huge thirty million dollar deal for three hours to to follow with extra money. They delivered we've done to with. And so we had to give the money for one of them one and a half of it just felt like the end of the world because the record industry was that, you know, bad record would sell two billion would so Tatton. So it did feel like dog dies. Show on sir. No, this is not fair will to I don't know what we'll do. I think alot of is about whether or not we band with broacher not do something together. Always said, I don't wanna be Richardo trees accompanist. Let's face says, why do the time, you know, stomach? Why like it'll? And every now, and again, I'll have a son which clouds at me, right? Hey, I'm Brian. Hi. And you're listening to Rolling Stone music..

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Rolling Stone Music Now

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"stone" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"They're active talked about a bunch last year is number twenty six Snell's lush Lindsey Jordan, eighteen years old and total prodigy and just another great rock album that again as with pretty much all the rock albums on our list happened we made by by women. And I think our entire top top five is is all women. Just cool. I think we realize that after the fact, and there was a little Wayne album this year, and we put on the list there was he's back after a really really longtime in label purgatory, and the thing is it's like just surprising that it works. It's a it's a really really solid Wayne album in. It's just one of those things that like there were couple of this year where like you hear that someone's coming with an album, and I think that's probably not going to be very good. And this one Swiss beats had another one where the guys came in in like didn't try and make an album. That sounded like twenty eight teen. It's an element sounds like little win in just kind of compresses a bunch of different stages from his career. A lot of these records were from a couple years ago rap ages badly quickly it moves fast. But these a lot of these songs sound really good right now. And it's just kind of a testament to like Lil Wayne being will win in a lot of this like get sold on sheer force of personality in the fact that he can still wrap circles around almost anyone else in the world. And there's a track Mona Lisa where he goes up against Kendrick. Which is of course, nice to hear. On this. She give us the where we come through it. She's city purple being like sailing Nepi as. And number forty one is Amanda shires to the sunset. It's an interesting sort of counterpoint to the Casey Musk's because it's another sort of country ish singer-songwriter doing some very different stuff. And some of it has a really cool sort of homemade almost garage rock feel to it. And that that's it's showers to the sunset and should not be slept on number forty is parked courts wide awake. They team with danger mouse against signs a big fan of the album. I I was really struck by like the lyrics, which are super political. They sing better than they read. I would say, yeah. Parquet courts are woke now, it's great. And they have a song in this for they hating the NFL, they've song police brutality. They have songs about climate change in structural racism like going to say meeting, but there's a guy playing guitar Simon thinks that's a good thing. Just to be. Do they have maybe they have guys playing guitars or somebody say, you know, if you go to the one that the guy from park is probably okay, Bernie say something about cupcake, which is number fifty real fast in them on the show. Yeah. She released to last year we have fries on the on the list, which is fantastic. I think she's just a really fun brilliantly versus I think she makes like really raunchy great stuff. That sounds you know, doesn't sound too over the top. But it's also just like she's such a great rapper makes it really effective in really excellent beats. And I think she's she's proving herself to be one to really really watch. This is been today's Rolling Stone music now. Thanks to some Levinson Spanos. Brennan, Clinkenbeard end, rob Sheffield will be back next week here on Sirius XM channel six. In. The meantime, we are downloaded as a podcast to podcast every podcast. Baby was nice review on tunes. In the meantime, thanks for listening seeing next. Panoply.

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