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Who Wore High-Heeled Shoes First?

BrainStuff

06:21 min | 2 years ago

Who Wore High-Heeled Shoes First?

"At IBM problems inspire us to push the world forward. That's why so many people work with us on everything from city traffic to ocean plastic smart loves problems. IBM A. B. M. Let's put smart to work visit. IBM DOT COM slash smart to learn more come to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff lauren bogle Bam here although these days wearing shoes with high heels mostly coated feminine the original Wears High High heels were men so what's the history here when where and why did people I begin wearing shoes with elevated heels we spoke by email email with Elizabeth Mohawk senior curator Toronto's Batta Shoe Museum who says she has yet to unravel this mystery. The exact origin of high heels remains needs to be discovered. What's clear however is it. High heels. Were not a European invention heeled footwear only emerged in western Europe around the turn of the seventeenth century but had been warn for hundreds of years prior throughout Western Asia Similar Hawk said evidence for early Western Asian heels as far back as Tenth Century Persia suggests a strong relationship to horseback riding and may have been connected to the innovation of the stirrup the store profoundly changed horseback riding and in particular made military campaigns on horseback more effective as as an enabled riders to steady themselves in dramatically improved the effectiveness of weapons such as the Lance and Bowen Aero. He'll seems to have been a further development of this technology as it allowed the wearer to hook his feet in the stirrups better angering him to his steed eventually heeled footwear for men spread to Europe likely three political networks works and trade but the exact evolution is complicated so why did heels only become of interest to Europeans around the beginning of the sixteen hundreds civil heck said the answer lies and things it's complex European world exploration and the destablizing the textile trade to the rise of Persia under the reign shot a bus the first from fifteen eighty the eight to sixteen twenty nine and both Persian and European concerns about the increasingly powerful Ottoman Empire in particular it was the power of Shah boasts the First Mountain Military Terry who wore heeled footwear that may have made heels appealing I to European men and ultimately to women as the he'll entered into upper class men's fashion and there was a concurrent trend in women's fashion to adopt certain aspects of men's attire some hawks said that the women who played with this trend were often quote the butt of ridicule the end there numerous offenses included their adoption of men's military inspired fashion including broadbrimmed hats ornamented with plumes doublets carrying weapons and wearing heels in the heels that both men and women wore in the early years of the seventeenth century were very low but they would rise for both sexes as the century progressed the the majority of powerful and privileged men wore heels through the seventeenth century and into the early eighteenth century in France during the reign of Louis the fourteenth from sixteen forty three to seventeen in fifteen wearing red high heels was a principal signifier of political privilege limited to the king and his courtiers beyond France red heels for men were at first associated associated with French sophistication but by the end of the seventeenth century they were increasingly seen as effeminate especially in England similar. Hawk said fueled. Oh by nascent enlightenment thinking and increasing nationalisms men's dress began to undergo a radical transformation at the end of the seventeenth century. It was in the early eighteenth century that men abandoned abandoned the he'll to women's fashions and the he'll became a signifier femininity. Those shifts included a heightened division between men's and women's tire as as well as March differences between French English men's dress some will hawk said since the Seventeenth Century Western culture has shown extreme sensitivity to men in heels especially if it's deemed that the heels are being used to increase height she notes that this negative view only increased Darwinian ideas of survival of the fittest became came translated into racist and sexist notions of natural male physical and mental superiority but heels for man made a brief comeback in the middle of the twentieth any of century SIMILAC explained the he'll began rising in men's fashion in the nineteen sixties and in the early nineteen seventies reached unprecedented heights in direct response. I feel wheel to the burgeoning women's movement the heels and men's fashion however we're not borrowed from the female wardrobe they were block and high like Louie the fourteenth and were touted as a way increasing one stature masculinity and confidence in no way did they reference the Longstanding Feminine High and Thin Heal these days however however heels on men can be construed to emphasize a lack of height rather than compensating for it which means quote that heels on men function like a bad to pay they reveal insecurity and that in our current culture is deemed unappealing iconic footwear designer Christian Lubaton concurred to a news publication a man and heals. That's a prosthesis but I sympathize. The men need help but a man and heals is ridiculous clearly. Mr Lubaton doesn't watch the cowboy channel those BRONC and bull riders look pretty good or as someone hack puts it cowboys continue to own their heels and wear them with confidence today's episode certain Kerry Tatra and produced by tyler playing brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works ruinous and lots of other topics our home planet has networks dot com in or podcast. My heart radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows Hello I'm Dr Q. and I've spent the last thirty years tracking down there and Banjo the two most important musicians of the twentieth twentieth century podcast narrated by Dennis Quaid featuring new music produced by t-bone Burnett written by Jerry Goose did and in Grammy Winning Songwriter Poobah bowling but the new song featuring original lyrics by Bob Dylan listened to bear in a banner on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get podcast.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on World Cafe

"Oh that's so great will go out on the song the comedians by elvis castillo at the end but i i just have one more question for you before we before. We wrap things out if that's okay <hes> i wanna know so as as somebody we're we're here. We're talking about the solo album that you've made the invisible late acoustic space almond. We're also talking about this incredible body of work that you've that you've produced <hes> and people make art because because they have things that they need and want to say <hes> and i'm wondering if being a producer who facilitates helping other people say what they need to say a ever gets in the way of of you needing or of you having that outlet to say what you need to say or if we can read anything into where you're you're at in your life where you're it seemed to be really making space for yourself to get your message out well. I think i've i've always been ambivalent about <hes> <hes> the notion of public performance <hes> and i never i didn't have that need read that particular need to get out in and be a public performer but i will say at this point in my life i have gathered a lot of information and i see some things very clearly and it's it's crucial to me to say these things now before before i slept this mortal coil you see so yeah. I'm going ah i haven't put out a record for eleven years and i'm gonna put out three double albums in the next twelve months. Hopefully you know up just finished up the second one and getting it ready to release in the fall and then i hope to have another one out in the in the in the next spring and that'll be the third edition of this of this series this invisible light series and i'm just gonna keep going with that. It may turn into five or seven records. I don't know how how much it's i don't know when it's going to stop but i do. I do feel the need to to summarize. I guess my my long experience handsome all of this we look forward to hearing all of it and we're going to go out on the comedians the song that you mentioned by elvis costello t-bone burnett it has been such a delight to talk to you. Thank he's so much so great to talk with you. Here we go so surf garbage cardiac come to answer and all these new fare founded winston says to spread screwed so elvis costello with the comedians. That song was chosen by our guest t-bone burnett. His latest album is called the invisible double light acoustic space. He is a brilliant musical mind. Jeez louise thank you so much t. bone for being here to talk on the show and thanks to our world cafe producer john meyers for all of his work on at this session. I'm talia slender and you're listening to the world cafe from n._p._r. Kylo listened upon inspection last spring yeah..

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on World Cafe

"That's very beautiful thing that's right. Ah i did is that. Is that additional improvement that you've done based around that original recording recording no that's just the way it came to. I think we probably tried to tone down the the backbeat a little bit but you know that's early hip hop and i have to to say the the hip hop community embrace that record embraced the oh brother where art thou record in an important way and largely largely because they were invited in with that first song and <hes> and and you know so much of the job of the of the record producers serves over the last century has been <hes> as civil rights activists john hammond was an important civil rights activists who brought billie holiday and the all the great jazz musicians of that time into the into the mainstream so to speak and sam phillips was the same way blending the black culture and the white culture and and that's one of the things i think we were we were able to do to some extent with that record. T-bone burnett is here with me on world cafe. His new album is called the invisible light acoustic space. You've talked before about learning something from every different person that that that you work work within studio. Is there a lesson that comes to mind now if i asked you you know what what's something that you have learned from a friend or collaborator that that really stands out with you. I think the the most important lesson i learned in all of music was from roy orbison who sang so quietly quietly. If you stood two feet away from him you couldn't hear him but when you would put a microphone in front of him it would sound like poverty. Dan and i learned i learned that the reality that you've in recording is is to live performance as filmmaking is to theater and that you can bring a camera right in on somebody and he doesn't have to project to the back row and and through working with orbison when when orbison would sing he would wear headphones pretty wouldn't have his vocal in the headphones because he would know how the notes felt in his jaw so so he would just have the ban in his headphones and feel the notes and and sing very softly sleeping presently and i realized that <hes> intensity and resonance doesn't come from volume that residents in fact comes from intensity. Pick us a a roy orbison song which you know what's better than dreams. That's a rhetorical torok question nothing or running or or running scared. Let's listen to running scared sure here we go wrong on and who yeah and i love that you've given us the gift of life picturing him with the muscle memory of his his job and like where where sounds sit for him and you can hear how softly singing there too and one of the one of the other things than this is a story i'll regale with but he was teaching me how he wrote songs and he said i just start on my lowest note and then i step up all all the way through the songs till i get to my highest note which is exactly what he does an dreams it goes from his lowest no two his highest note and when we were doing mystery girl when we were recording mystery girl elvis costello out a song called <hes> called <hes> the comedians and i told elvis that story about the lowest and the highest note and and he rewrote the comedians and went and listen to all roy's records and found his lowest houghton and found his highest note and we wrote the comedians to go through that range and then i took it to roy any listened to it. He came back the next day and he said this cat so amazing he did. He did exactly what i do. You know so so put that royal was a it was a great teacher and a great cat. I loved. I loved her orbison..

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And it how did you build that tried you start with dramas in now you will which is you know we've been doing it i've been recording at my house in j bellarose his and drums is in one room and and keep us in higher in the other room and were just jam and we're just it's jazz you know it's regis yeah we just go of we have a lyric and we're working from the lyrics so that's cool and in we've triggering an yeah it's fun really euroc the lyric idea know once a year and soft are using software you get sample software doe contractor something yeah all of that i've vowed to andrea used contact gearhead you've iraq it to like it that's it it's really cool i can't wait to hear them bigs i want you to hear what's really they are because you can only here bella three percent of what's there yeah you start out with a lear expose this might be something you've written in the morning when you wake up with your laptop is that what you're doing just yet i'm writing lyric just that that's what i'm doing i'm writing lyrics but to the lyrics i mean any of those lyrics can turn into a melody it any second unit because it's melody is is code of fight inflection you know so you're you're just you're giving meaning to the line through melody when you're doing it this way throw than writing a melody in than fitting words to it yeah you're you're a it's acting it's like an acting job code of fried infliction melody yeah it's put its telling people held alliance boast.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Absolutely where is that it's in san francisco the golden gate park oh cool there's this incredible festival up there then that a man name warren hillman endowed that has seven hundred fifty thousand people a year come to this free outdoor festival and the city of san francisco gave him the prettiest weekend of the year every year and he supports his his down with supports this he died about two or three years ago he was wonderful guy cool and a great lover of bluegrass he ran levi's for years he told me actually when his family first came to los angeles thoroughly a thousand people so that right now really yes so they were wells fargo and they said it's a deep california family but that's the counter largess i guess you can expect out of that cassette that that festivals been going on probably ten or fifteen years and it's completely changed the landscape of of american music oh it's we blame bluegrass no i'm playing this wild electronic music come riding of started right i call it up i call it a trip visual est music trip trip visual and that will be like with zombie landfall under that no that's that's on the way they're put net it's it's so i'd love to play use them yeah but it's a it's a view me now fuming now i could i could play for you if i had hoped you dish i'd love to hear a little beat the fbi was to paint it was he he must be in trouble.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"From a people magazine was the to an interview and just co co talked to a interview somebody subdue talked so it to the bar introduce myself the guy said you know bob said he was coming does bob come bubkam i said i don't think he is i think he sent me down here and he said well if he doesn't come down here i'm going to do a hatchet job on bob dylan like no and i said do you really think bob dylan cares of people magazine disaster giovanni is that what you wanted to seriously and then we ended up getting drunk and every and so beloved made a good choice for defuse the sky you eddie doing okay peace video we don't know i know i never regretted i'm you in touch with him up off an area of a registered a thing together we we still love we stand could touch that's great paid buddy it is based player tony garnier's good buddy of mine love tony yeah when it come out to record of a hearse tony's a cigar smoker i'm a cigar smokers to and we smoke cigars together anna and he never give me any information i'm just waiting for the tell me one thing every cigars i need an never did anything out of many bob stewart's these smokers garden occasionally not even their ideas i used to book linens i ask because we smoke we have a cigar smoking grupo webs good wine and good food and and we will everybody plays an instrument but me but i say.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And that that shot me into some other way of looking at show business altogether i've i realise the potential of of of of an an artist and all his history and what each the history draws from uttar under i saw a whole lot of things just in that moment because it just like it was like little walter walked in but are happy yesterday but you suddenly it was just like pandemonium so here at the audience the obviously not expected was it's the first time he picked up the honecker yeah i mean i think he had played a few songs songsan everybody was in ecstasy any rate at any rate but there were some that above that harmonisation get my oh yeah it's sorted stamped it like this really is you know his sound heard the sound of am playing very unique so when you hear it you instantly no it was just so in i think he had been gone for a long time at that point to earth right and also enough in a little 500seat place ninety 75 75 hearings in america i remember i read rats host book any debris democrats very sloman hair he was a character yeah he wrote a book about this tour about the rolling thunder rebuke to her it a crazy to one his one story is there was a people magazine writer there to a story on bob and bob would meet with him so bob i was in my hotel room one night about 8 or 9 o'clock after rehearsal and bob said he tbone ku'damm the bar there's the sky from uh.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Forced myself out forget you were in a and argue well you were how did you end up in bob dylan's rowing fund review which is one of the great classic tours of all tied with mick ronson an john by as you know bobby newer dino newer votto numerous when the most interesting cats i've ever met and he and bob put that show together and newer than i'd been hanging out up in woodstock and in writing and sing singing play an yup we were friends natura alba cape hang it up on the tour he invited me he invited me on the tour and i went and i'd never been on stage i was petrified how old we must really twenty seven something like that flout but i was always wanted to pena by when i was a kid i thought i'll be burt bacharach that's us here's the ideal life you write songs for the movies in your married dan she dickinson hugo swimming in the afternoon and blerta you know i had no desire to be out in front of it mice who had pushed you are uh poverty you know i had i had to make a living finally and uh i was being a freelance writer and a freelance wrecker producer i had a bunch of songs add twenty or thirty songs nobody was dunem so as distorted in idea i started going out about 1980 via and you're eightyearold edward song that.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"The korean war when his draft the draft statistics were published in manila parsons saw it and publicized disgraced dale evans in this in there in the mid in the mid 40s forty fortyseven or some she started to doing a few shows with roy rogers so he had to determine at this point in his life whether he was going to continue being a movie star rosa going to stay with this women that he had taken up with nayan they had had three or four five kids themselves and they had adopted three or four five special needs kids he was really softhearted cat and so he decided on a hell with there's this new medium television i don't need to be a movie star he she had gone up to the ranch and wooden come off it she was so humiliated by lula person so he moved the whole thing up to the rich they got a tv show never left the rich they shouted their trigger was this whole family for crying out this is the story you're coming in the area this is gonna be great show start with marshall brick but there are amazing thing is no my generation to know and understand sunday about roy hodgson the eleventh get she added fifteen yearold son when she was thirty that she that part of the except masing that that is sept a story to tell it nobody knows an heroic move by him to say i'll just go into this new technology site yaseen yeah you know and did very well i think they had that show for ten years.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"They were in a gene autry movie were they were the band in those saloon and gene autry quit because uh because he couldn't get any of the merchandising the the of the studios of republic's two years would give him any of those around back then do so he quit and the head of the studio was they were having a casting call for the next music star in the head of the ecsc cowboy star in his studio saw roy and said what's your name and he said leonard sly and he said not anymore you know and they called him roy rogers because of will rogers and and jimmy rogers who leonard sly was actually very good roy rai jimmy rogers impersonator him while he very good singer leonard saw area and and they called him roy because the head of the studio wanted to face uh gene autry sleek voices the new king of the cowboys they face and windy dale committed the pick she came in about a few years later she was a she was a girl who was fifteen when she had her first baby in the husband left she was from rural illinois somewhere and she moved to chicago got a job insurance company started working at a cabaret she went to be a musical comedy sturlic ginger rogers and and she married a wealthy chicago guy and he told her to quit show business and she told him to go to hell and and went went out to hollywood by the time she got to hollywood her son whose fifteen she was thirty at this point so when she got an agent he said well you can't be thirty and just get to hollywood so you're twenty in now your son is your brother so for all those years she raised her son has her brother until.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"One was to believe three but no one can pay the real one wants to be when nobody is in milan in the end of the story again the governor sit alone never him then it was still a long time but there is not as long as head of the blood too everybody wants to fill the void yet mourned oh that's the river again that's the result little up four o'clock date with yourself that's right four am the answer so the that's roy that's a song roy rogers comes comes on with that's his first son he ever wrote are our leonard sly actually as the guy's name see i thought roy rogers dale evans actually played i mean were because on the way showed why in the movies it said rory rogers by day up by roy rogers who roy rogers name was leonard sly and dale evans thing was france's fox had no idea and and she wrote she was a great summer she wrote happy trails ensure jesus loves me really yeah while they're they're really extraordinary pupil were wild people completely you know the every television shows exactly the say yes perils of policing yeah roy road in wherever they for up where we see from roy rogers he was room dunk run ohio and they say that the second base riverfront stadium whereas was whereas home was in that every time pete rose slid into second abassi said roy rogers well that's great but he and his family lost the form the depression he moved bakersfield leaves picking oranges for del monte got a job as into this advocate in show business he you know he started he was being an extra in western because he was good rider and his band east in bakersfield in some ways he started the bakersfield sound because his band was became known as the sense of the pioneers new really riders and and they were doing now.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"It's you know i don't i don't know what happened and then that concert last night i mean it's just the thing last night in las vegas with fifty eight isolating so what's whether we're we're talking to an audience know that will be listening to this via some days or weeks or rear now live but this is a big moment it's okay to talk about a bear certainly going to remember the day that night when i know know at the moment fifty eight people were killed and five hundred wounded on by a man with ten or more attack guns in a hotel room yeah and what do we en en en god i say this with no i take no pride being my age and having done nothing i should have been arrested eighteen times for how angry it makes me that in using the second amendment we've got a country that says a man can have that not on guns intact cuts and it like he needs mug anyone three in las vegas your free to walk around with a machinegun how does anyone need to walk around with a machinegun oh that's i wondered how we got into albert almost guns into the hotel he can carry on that an attack on he can walk outside woodman attack well it's madness complete madness so that's what we woke up and then tom petty gorge this morning when and cardiac arrest and he's her he's a ucla medical center at as he died or is he god put put what has been funny lazily what some things something's been of what had let's i dunno i can't i can't grab anything right now well it starts with the who we have the ah.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Well he as his he was a deep historian sir so what are your laverick adb these days with all that syria fifth bone let's see what what did i laugh that i've had a wild day to day i have to say so backtracking from yes i just saw the offtherecord probably put alfonso who our own has an incredible new movies undone in mexico and he screened it for me today uh it's it's one of the most powerful movies ever seen it's called roma at the moment it's incredible movie but i walked out of this movie i was sobbing at places in the movie was so it was helpful simplistic and white he recreated 1970s mexico city dial by tiles and crawl an no actors involved in law that's all people he found in its on an epic scale on put up it's about essentially a a nanny housekeeper and family and the family any rate i walked out of that injured tom petty a total of eight yes so that sorta i'm sort of so in that place just right at this moment it's solve shocker xiaosha it's tough yeah are very close while i loved him we work close friends but i had i held him in highest regard and we were friends to be sure and i did the grammy tribute to him less you remember that dylann show we went to yes oh person of the year for serbia so this i'd music directed one for tom last year so.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"You know debit kid then printed i didn't know in sixty eight election that nixon talk to the south vietnamese about backing out of the peace talks yeah yeah i mean i i had no idea or his election is nothing new that the russians of yeah right right but in and you know another how many twenty thousand young men died so that nixon could get reelected yes what is backup that one is that a want for power that could allow you to ignore that fact that one person would die let alone twenty thousand kids here now i don't know it's it's hugh bruce's afterward you usda that's and and that also self deceive yo that idea that somehow he was the one that was supposed to be there and it was important enough to tim shed the blood of 20 furgence right and the way you talked about his reelection on the tapes it was as if it needed to happen for a greater good for this rate could that's right not that it was hidden that wanted to be reelected i'm glad i was on his enemies list you're on his what a great yes i made and that tapes of him talking about you and archie bunker are the best have you heard the along with he he was too crowded they made full a pool of a good bad this arch of our drinking full of a good a fool of a good man especially when he learned that his hero of football player russia football player he learned from the man himself that the guy was gay oh and jr and nixon is quoted as saying that you know that's what brought down greeks out almost brought that greece as the way he put in his next sony in style.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"I'm victorious she nowousted and these life we've pats where we celebrate parts and the people who love them each week on the show i'll explain a different facet of parenting from troubleshooting challenges like leader bots problems dealing with many pop prints on the couch to learning all about how you can help toxin cats by fostering you'll hear from amazing gas and announce the results you'll also hear from million my studio patten makes the snoring in the background we got new episodes launch an every monday so make sure to listen exclusively at cod cast onecom for new podcast went after poor it apple podcast and it would be great if you could rate and replenish also added pet gains can find it that's pattern these a life with pats learn laugh and become a better pat lever along the way now back to all of the above with norman lear to deepen comes in if he if therefore four people a nineteen people in in front of him you'll see app well i i think the man is nine and a half feet ferry for almost always seen that way to be open a dark come on nj guarantee bodies here after another good afternoon tbone burnett everybody how are you know where you robert plant and alison krauss robert clients at alison krauss were play that saw all sin city limits and that's when people acceptance what they come together did you put that together no yeah i would i wish that i i mean i don't wanna say on i'm glad i got a chance to work with them but uh i actually think my friend bill flanagan who is used to produce a show called roads mtv and dillah show called unplugged mtv of an interesting television producer and ride her brilliant music ride reach us he does things on cbs sunday morning he does music stores while i've seen him yeah yeah and i think that was his idea to put the two of them together for one of those cross roadshows were rock and roll person sing so the country personal they are whether they were big hit there they were they were they were terrific with it's that turned into a whole thing of all its own you know they were they were a powerful douro and you that record an idea are great.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"In any event i had this moment which was so remarkable in my life i was there with my george i pictures were up twelve at the time and and tbone is in one that is to say all alone in front of twenty five thousand people where the the led by going nuts and the two great stars had been you know carrying on and the audience was wild the ordinance was now this bottle from which i'm taking a drink is how still with that bahrel let's house still 25000 people were playing as as tian sang this balance and i looked at my child and my child but was so caught up in the moment that the show must wasn't there she was in a space with took 25000 people who were standing still luther and just tbone and a qatar to his voice he ruining our and i thought the power of art and music uh the power of music javed them carrying on the way they were carrying on just minutes before and then is still as could be and this child transported if the door open area has no wavered secondary years area it's tbone burnett all of the above with norman lear australia inspires of fresh take on life that sees the day mindset reflects in all that out that does especially in the menu outback steakhouse starts fresh every day to create the flavors that are made screen you've enjoy mouthwatering stakes grilled chicken ribs fresh seafood at the worldfamous blooming onion all it affordable prices down under don't forget out backs unique cocktails winds premium liquors in beer domestic craft the import and aussie outback steakhouse his relocated in kerry to 9 oon walnut street across from carry high school cso mates.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Help megan though widow three agco sidekick side gig all hip and great friend yeah i personally jars where every person guitar player to and we are expecting another terrific guy and great friend talk about air musician legend oh does he seen a little bit little it i'm pretty sure i think he knows his way around a guitar a little bit oh does he know why are you wanna to a little story about him yes believe that i now i don't even know i i told him but uh we haven't even told who wanted to go my daughter madelaine wish to go to a two austin to the whilst sitting limits austin city intimate and and t boston was playing there and he's playing with i cut ask him what he comes in kuwait nev remember good name is very aegis stars and so we were on the stage at the results of knowing kibong and it is this going to be interesting when when he theor you i'll be can be able to fill in the neighborhood gives villain all the blanket of the stars major bit yeah who were on that stage with him and anyway they were they were like 25000 people out in austin's sun it was a hot very happily were i as i said under the overhang and and they were rock and with these people were going nuts out there the 25000 people in the sun and they stopped with the jazz the rock music and tiba undecided he was going to step into one with this guitar and sing a plaintive ballard preps he just written and i don't remember.

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"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"t bone burnett" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

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