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"tammy wynette" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"tammy wynette" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I mean it's like the only thing the only thing separating her from a tamil why net. It's like both women seeing the kind of have an unhappy edge to him. You know but but the john howard omagh. I mean i really. I mean even in her song she sounds like you know she would like you know shoe like no rub somebody out. We're gonna. They were if they rubbed the wrong way. Yeah yeah she's she's this reactionary strain that we've seen so much recently. She was personifying it. It's also telling that take. The johnny cash was skillful enough politically to navigate. Bring her on board at the same time that he's doing you know song what is truth and they tell the story how nixon wanted him to do welfare cadillac and no way as johnny custody that not. His song doesn't believe in it. He does wadis truth. Which is not one of the great johnny cash songs but still pretty powerful stood up and they also talk about. How earl scruggs played the march on the pentagon with charlie daniels in his band later grows up to be this extremely right wing. Hey junior type person but at this point in time. He's on the left in these protesting the war. So i'm glad i got that in about a hippie who gets stuck in a redneck bar. Yeah uneasy rider the right right. He news obviously ship beside. And as far as i mean of course he later updated the eighties with a song called uneasy rider. Eighty eight and You'll want to know about that. With god awful but yeah i mean you know. He took a long journey. Like seventy baby boomers did. Then they get to the big song of this period that the big political song okie from muskogee bhai merle haggard and bill c tells hot originated. Is this a joke. They get ray benson in to talk about to give the hippie country fan perspective of how betrayed they felt and also to out rule haggard as a big pot smoker..
"tammy wynette" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Bad case of the blues working in city live bound. One night sir mad. That was linda martell in bad case of the blues. He when martel kind of lost artist she came in the wake of charley pride. Got a little bit of attention got a few opportunities and then doors were closed. Have deep dive into so. I don't know the full story. I don't know what other factors store that. I don't know if you saw the rolling stone actually the storm the about a year or two ago. Yeah yeah that's where i was. I was getting on my research from. Nc say she was bitter. But i mean there were a few things that did force her to. I mean some people kind of getting on a case you know. So she kind of had to retire. Yeah yeah yeah she. She was just not accepted. I mean there was basically once country. Music had accepted charley pride. In that celebrated ourselves for accepting charley pride. We stopped accepting people classic classic all american there. She was kinda double damn. Because i mean she was not only what she black she was. Woman was a female singer on a label. Where the biggest selling of country singer on the country was a woman. Jeannie c riley. I think she kind of implied that those like a little bit of a rivalry between her and genie on the table. You know yeah yeah. Gene was proven hitmaker. And and the lou. Linda yoku whose only round like few minutes unfortunately. Yeah and it's i dealt with. Singers knows and stars of any type just had jealous in petty paranoid. They can be so. If you've got some manual label that seizures arrival is afraid of you and their way out ahead of you. That can be really hard. They segue into these hardcore conservatives songs that start coming out they get Bill c malone out to talk about how country music prior to the sixties when it got political which was pretty rare tend to be populists even if he wasn't necessarily widely accepted by the country audience. His songs were done by a lot of country. Artists and his politics were reflected in almost populism and anti Elites anti money songs that tended to be but once vietnam happens you get this real reactionary strain and we talked about. Hello vietnam goodbye sweetheart. Hello vietnam You know any people like loretta landed a song..
"tammy wynette" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"When i listened to him in the context of the time that i realize how they are at in these soul song elements in the base plane is soul style and the steel guitar by sneaky. Pete is just crazy. Totally unique brilliant stuff. But so i get where. They weren't quite rock and they were just frankly ahead of their time. You know this is going to be enormous five years later when the eagles start doing it and then ultimately is going to have a bigger influence country music. And i think that's one of the reasons i'm okay with him talking about gram parsons kris. Kristofferson and bob dylan so much and ignoring jerry lee lewis and conway twitty is because in the long run it was these outsiders that kind of influenced the future of country music more so than these prodigal rockabilly guys and then and then they take us back into kris kristofferson for a deep dive into his story which again i sort of bristle because his singing voice i remember some rolling stone review a long time ago that the worst thing about the singer songwriter. Era was you had singers. Who couldn't ride like carly simon trying to write songs and you had songwriters who couldn't sing like kris kristofferson singing songs but honestly at this point in time with the whole leonard cohen revival in everything kris kristofferson. Singing doesn't sound that bad. It's strong ranches is limited but you know. His voice is strong deep. Baritone but i was kind of annoyed that they played so much kris kristofferson versions of his songs instead of say the right price version for the good times or at at really bug me when they played christians version of sunday. Morning coming down. Instead of johnny cash is but created choice i. I can't really squawk about that. Because i guess we sorta kinda have to kind of have the spotlight chris. The man and also too. I mean he's so i mean. After his around the time a second now he was selling as many many records as like almost me record the people who recording songs. It's called twice. Yeah had to go out. And like i mean a evil that was like a prime time country songwriters. I mean. maybe he wasn't included. Can there wasn't enough room for you. Know with all stuff going on but there's only one other songwriter. Who was getting as much traction in nashville back in the back in nineteen seventy nine hundred. Seventy one is kris kristofferson and that was mickey newbury. Yeah let me start to have a bit of of so but he was totally ignored for special. Am i guess. Because mickey was the most of my classes chris. 'cause yet 'cause mickey had short hair and even though he did write some pretty revealing stuff. He wasn't quite as shocking as chris was. You know yeah. And also he's not available to be interviewed and and and there's not as much footage of christopher of him as their as christopherson so. I don't know if i've ever seen performance footage of of making newbury but one thing that really comes out here on youtube. But w he hit record with the american troja. The a couple of tv shows that there. Yeah yeah. and that's that's in the mid seventies officer course the most famous performer. That the one thing that really comes through though is what a pretty boy christopherson was and you can really see why hollywood was drawn to him in a why johnny cash put him on. Tv made his career because the guy is a know..
"tammy wynette" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"You're getting this from the viewpoint of a fighting there to say yankee so forgive me From a from a northerner who is not a country person boomer and so people like leon russell and kris kristofferson and bob dylan and grand parsons who are all going to get lots of coverage Abbas said are really aggressively important to him and they are important figures in american music and country music. So i don't have beef with that but this is one gonna have to get the little crucial with him. Because they leave out. Jerry and conway twitty early gets. He has a second or two screen time in the context of novelty songs in a duet with low right. But i thought that was a real missed opportunity to cover these prodigal rockabilly guys. These are the guys the young people who left country music in the fifties to be rockabilly artists. And come and i don't wanna say crawling back. But they kind of craw back because their careers died on the pop charts. Jerry lewis for number of reasons but they come back to new thing. I mean if he knows a lot of country stars like late sixties and early seventies had a rock roll. Pass that thing at one point sixty nine like right around the time when waylon did Handsome man and buck. Owens did Trying to be good hip thing for country dies to like you know do remakes old could drop roll hits. You know doubt kind of proud roots along with grand ole opry at those interesting nobody. Nobody really a points out but it happened. Yeah absolutely announced. Don't talk about the elvis. Sixty eight comeback special which to me is what kicks off all that rockabilly revival stuff. 'cause elvis doesn't comeback special in sixty eight and you get not just country. Artists do in rockabilly songs. But you get the who and blue cheer and it's just all over the place and they also could've tied waylon in with macarthur park which he does in this era another jimmy website. And they're gonna mention glen campbell during wichita lineman again briefly because they're focused on johnny cash in his tv show. They work those things. But i do wish that worked waylon in a little more. They get willie nelson in this episode. Not in full way but in the way they did roger millar last time where they have a segment about willie nelson and how. He's not fitting in nashville. But let's go ahead and summarize the big four segments of this episode the tease at the beginning. I'm gonna go ahead. Read the little lines that peter coyote reads reads about each of these topics. I got kris kristofferson who has quote a young poet who rejected his path d path. His parents had chosen for him. Bring into.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On dial number 24 on the R B charts 35 on the pop charts. It was 55 years ago today that Joe was on where the action is singing his first number one song on the R B charts. Hold What? You got Your first recorded in 1955 King after winning a talent contest at the Apollo. Thought it was a decade later in Nashville that he started having hits back Buddy killing produced them. Three published them, and for over a decade, they were on the dial label with the same session players who did Tammy Wynette and Bill Anderson and everybody else and did a fine job on Joe Tex 8888765593 will get ahead in Pennsylvania Graham in New Jersey. There's room for you as well. And, yes, police searching for armed, unmasked man. It was bound to happen. We were going to see this headline eventually. Well, in this case, a mask list man walked into Roscoe's house of Chicken and waffles in Pasadena. That's right. That was yesterday evening. In fact, when employees said the trouble began, the man was seen in security footage wearing a dark blue shirt. He was first asked by the cashier to put on a face covering as required by local health orders, he said. Why don't you come over here and tell me to my face? And he told them again. Just put a mask on this timer was the cook Robert Gonzales, who said it Well, that's when the guy got mad and pulled out a gun. Then went back toward the kitchen. We're gonna solve this was cooking. The man pointed the gun directly at him and demanded that Gonzalez put all of the chicken into the bag. When asked for clarification about whether the armed men meant money or food, Gonzales said. They ain't got no money in the kitchen. I'm on food. Well, there was plenty of chicken, but there was no bag. So the man grabbed a couple of take out orders that had already been prepared while the employees ran out of the back of the building, So I understand our chicken is good, but I mean, that's some expensive chicken. He's got there. It was just pretty stupid and crazy at the same time. None of the employees were harmed. The suspect is described as being in his mid thirties, roughly 6 ft. One tall with a thin mill build. He fled the scene and dark colored four nor sedan and no mask. So it was gonna happen is gonna be the massless burglar. So there you go. There you have it. Yeah. Roscoe's is pretty good. Actually on. Lee used to be in South Central. They were deep in the hood. They're just wonderful. The next thing I know, I guess it was the seventies and the eighties, They opened a Hollywood location of man. They're going big time. There's not good, and now they're in a number of places and in fact Places all over the country have their own houses of chicken and waffles now, and it is a good combination, but I think Roscoe's Roscoe's was the first. Now all of a sudden, my magic twang. Her is not not twanging, and I don't know why. I know this is this is a problem because this is how I pick up the call, so Oh, there we go, Okay? Just a beating and into submission seemed to work in that will get us Ed in Pennsylvania. Welcome to WGN radio. Rollie head. Last night. You were talking a little bit about cats, and I gotta catch story for you. I thought you might enjoy it. I used to have this cat. I had him. If you can believe this for 23 years, Wow, and this guy's name was shoulders. It's a different story for different times. But anyway, buddy of mine under gas station, and he asked me to go across the street and cash his check form. No. I go into the bank. And of course, the lady said, Do you have any kind here? This is no. This is for the mobile across the street. If you have an account, I can't cash it. It is. If you look at the window, the gas station's right there, you know, across the street. You don't have it. I can't cash this So I told her I should call him up. Your mama found, you know, so she does. So she's looking at me. She's like I want me up and dying, You know, like they might be describing me. He's like, Yeah, Yeah, okay. And then she says to me what your cat's name. Said shoulders Okay, It's him and she cashed the check. Oh, my cat. I can't get to check cash. How do you believe it? You know, usually now they have those challenge questions on all the online sites, and I got to admit I've always see things like your grandmother's maiden name or your grandfather's middle name. I have yet to see First Cat's name. That's great. I thought when I got back to the gas, it is the guy that was stalking her laugh and he goes. Yeah, She's asking me all these questions, and I told her you got a cat named shoulders then so that's what God that's hilarious. Well, good for shoulders. May he rest in peace. Amen to that They're gonna judge for you real quick. You got time. Absolutely. How many Jewish grandmothers does it take to screw in light bulb? I'll just sit in the dark, You know, Uh, look, I I I was on Miami Beach for years. I know him all. Yeah. None right sitter in the dog. Yeah. Okay. Right now, all I got for you, Thanks for coming. Appreciate exactly. I used to love these comedians who would have all these different different routines and, yeah, the Heaven and Hell one. Maybe some night. I'll tell that you have to worry, and that's that's the end of that. You just won't have to worry. All right. So 8888765593 takes us to Dennis from Elgin. Welcome to WGN radio. Hello, Rollie. You know I'm sitting here and I'm sitting with my 18 year old cat named Nala. Okay? My lap good, just kind of fish. The reason I'm calling Control, of course, But Alan freed, you know he had it made in Cleveland went to New York. His So called son in law. Big Liberatore. I think it was from Connecticut or I was a son it up in clean. I knew his. I knew his son, Lance, I didn't know that Dick Liberatore's his son in law, really? Well, okay, but looking for verification and thinking that maybe just maybe you might know, but Here's how the story goes equipment or made it to Cleveland, and he had an oldie show. Started about 1969. Yeah. 70. Yeah. Late night Late night on the nationalities station in Cleveland called W Z A K. It was 93.1 or something like that. I used to listen to him, and he really turned me on to kind of do up in all these from his particular collection, but He always would say. Yeah, He's the son in law of Alan Freed. Okay, I guess he watched. Let me let me interrupt and say Dick works with me A cube. John s O Dicks work with John and Cube. And I guess Atlanta married him. So, uh, yeah, Well, I don't know that part. I know my portion of the story because I listened to him and one time I went down to the station and visited him and you know I was like, because I.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Break up. Okay for you. Oh, my God. I don't remember this album. I feel like it was Herman episode Sure. It was from a dolly Parton variety show Dolly Parton and Miss Piggy. Is that the one with Oprah? Was it Oprah? That is mean. Why You're saying Oprah and Miss Piggy. No Dolly Parton and Oprah. And Miss Piggy did a variety. So there was a variety show that Oprah did or not Oprah that Dolly did. And I swear that Oprah was a guest on that show could very I remember YouTube video Hold on. I'm Googling their dirty or 30. Yes, actually, you are correct in 1987. Actually, she had this. It was from 1987 In 1988. She had a variety show. Her guests included Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard time daily, Bruce Willis, Emmylou Harris. Linda Ron stat. Tom Petty, Tom Selleck, the Nevil Brothers Dudley Moore and Oprah Winfrey are I know it. Here's our fourth track. All right, Dolly Parton duets, please Cullina, Bradley, Brad for the wind, calling to stay in the game, who is dollies duet partner in this song? What? Not get in my way. No, I won't. Badly trainer friendlies that David Hasselhoff.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Silver, a tune that was recorded by Will million. Stony Cooper, Jimmy Davis, Hailo Brown Porter Wagoner, even Hank Williams. But this was a great version and armed be version by the original gospel harmonies. It's and we followed that with Arthur Big Boy credit doing his tune. That's all right Mama that was recorded in 1946. It was reissued as the first ever blues 45 in 1949 and my first ever I mean, had the earliest release number, but it was released in that initial batch of 106 45 all at the same time, it's significant and that Elvis Presley recorded it as the foot to Blue Moon of Kentucky. As his first son, 45 1954, but also that it was a top 10 billboard country hit for Marty Robbins in February of 1955. And We followed that with a red wax Arcia opera record on a country show because it's Dan Pierce, the great tenor of the Metropolitan Opera and Arturo Toscanini's favorite singer. Cheers was one of our city's biggest sellers at the time, and this tune is is kind of a country tune. If it's got that a recitation in the middle. It was published in 1950. It became a big top 10 hit for Eddy Arnold. That then was later recorded by Ernest Tubb, Jim Reeves, Tammy Wynette, Faron Young, a bunch more country artists. But I played Jan Pierce's version as a no Maj to my father, who was an opera singer. And who also saying the base role in ill Traviata alongside Jan Pierce in 1975, and that was the highlight of my Pops opera career, and I love.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Dude I saw. It might be time to take I and be loose socks for a little bit. You know I'm much too. Happy for for suffered songwriter. Probably be writing a different person and What you're here or between any new songs. We are called the guy next door like a series that poor guy and our idea of do songs that you're going to be playing this time. No I'm just working on stuff right now. Kinda pretty crazy stuff usually easy. I wait till I can figure out a reason for right now. Finish it present and you have an electric fan with your age and play some electric. Someone could've said Yeah. Yeah Okay we do a couple of hours and we cover all the years pretty good candidates out. Can you say who some of the people you're these again for that? So that's why I kind of feel a little premature tone. You better kind of that I can't really say the people on the person I can say. Is Iris. Dement 'cause we've always said a date with the other people to talk to their record companies and find out if it's possible and everything so I got A. I got a pretty big list too because I figured somebody can't do it. For any reason we just keep on moving Like saying Oh boy girl thanks and some of them will be achieved as long some of them. Just be love songs. Because you can't cheat without love you know but I always liked the interaction and socks you know like where the girls think something and then the boys except and then they think together. Wait sitting on this for years and years bigger. I might as well do it now. Do not ain't GonNa do it. Is it new material or cloud classics like George Jones? And Tammy Wynette and Loretta Lynn and Conway twitty stuff. Wow okay is it. All country Most of it is on my pick one. I got an idea. Big One broadway. Show tune to big production. Such file. Any idea what might be no. I'm working on all this and the producer and Precious few other people know about it just But it is getting underway within a month so we will be like a more information on seven couple of weeks. Once it gets more people committed to another Indiana connection that I don't know if you're aware there's a there's a four women Capella Group in Bloomington called Fida and they recorded a first set. Angel from Montgomery had album which I hope you get to hear it and it is just stunning. Got Me about these BLOOMINGTON. Yeah I don't know I mean the songs already been done great but you know a couple of times but this is just an unbelievable of it. I think I'll get a hold of one call. Vida Vida D. A. Okay Yeah and let me see just to one or two other things I could. One is for another story. I'm working on. I've been asking everybody I interview. If you became the overlord of Pop music. What would be the first thing you would change will is the first thing I would change per spending with gene? I'm trying to make it a positive..
"tammy wynette" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Keith was playing flashback you know I'm not sitting here some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette it was January Hillary Clinton talked about her man and you know if that's not enough for people that don't vote for it your just contributing to the night court was in its last season on NBC we don't get the guns back big screen TV in communications Steve Martin was a box office hit as the father of the bride that's code for unemployed and at the top of the charts Michael Jackson with black or white what year was it nineteen ninety to nineteen ninety three or nineteen ninety four let's play flashbacks more what year ninety two ninety three or ninety four mark goes with ninety two one eighteen ninety three or ninety four okay Wayne goes with ninety four so keep that leaves you ninety three what year was it Hillary was standing by her man was saying good night Steve Martin was the father of the bride Michael Jackson was black or white nineteen ninety two all right there you go congratulations mark you pick yourself up for tickets to the San Antonio stock show and rodeo barbecue cook off coming up on January twenty fifth a flashback brought to you by brown Dodge five fifty one let's go back to Jersey for an update on the top stories of the house takes big steps today to set the stage for an impeachment trial of president trump next week the state isn't wasting any time is a prepares for its first legal and execution of the new year the annual Texas a and M. housing forecasters showing housing remains the rock of the Texas economy and the San Antonio zoo is stepping up to prevent call Wallace from becoming extinct as a result of the devastating bush fires in Australia W. away I news time five fifty two now traffic and weather together from the W. away I traffic center good news construction is cleared up on thirty seven going south bound at hand that was blocking the exits of the exit is now clear in the left lane is re open as that overnight road construction of sixteen oh four east found.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"He got his Tammy Wynette put this in your playlist Kelly okay it's given you just so that right there might mean that she the some things you just I have to do with cheating might be the fact that all of you are you my country and here okay he's understood the case for most if anything it makes men sound less than right yeah I know I was thinking okay these just a man deal with them yeah I don't.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Berated for it on the right? The left was like, whatever, you know. It's just code. Switching is the phrase listen to Hillary coach, which I'm not sitting here some little woman standing by my man, like Tammy Wynette, I'm sitting here because I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. And you know, if that's not enough for people in heck don't vote for him. Yes, Queen I think this respond to that. Here's more from Hillary member. Hillary talked. Don't feel no ways come on. I started from. The road would be easy. Nobody told you did Alexander Okaz Cortez, then put her four thousand dollar bag up on the podium and pull hot us out of it the curious. Well, she's she's mad about everybody criticizing her. And she this is her whole Twitter account, by the way, I say it over and over. It's just literally her just talking about herself or responding to people criticizing or it's just that non stop. It's never about actual policies. It's always about how great she is. Here's her tweeting about her own voice, which need I remind you cut eleven a this is what she sounded. Like speaking Friday to the national action network. Revenue bring up a funny anecdote, and I'm proud to be a bartender. Ain't nothing wrong with that. But she says folks talking about my voice can step right off. She tweets step right off means that you have to walk away. If to get out of the of the debate, I guess women's March and cavenaugh speech same. She claims any kid who grew up in a distinct linguistic culture and had to learn to navigate class enviros at school and work knows what's up. My Spanish is the same way these conspiracy mills our garbage, she tweets instead of the word garbage. She's a little emoji for somebody putting trash into a receptacle. Is that how you speak in Westchester county? Is right. Because that's where she grew up was Westchester county. I understand that she tries to pretentious Jenny from the block. And she keeps saying I'm from. I'm from the Bronx from the Bronx. You were you were born there, and you've spent the first couple of years of your life. There you grew up in West, Chester. Well, Don, lemon's forgiving it. Here's his analysis on CNN. Here's what we're talking about. We're talking about coats with you coach. Wishing you. Do it do it. Yes. You do when you say when you go. Oh, this is that is that is Italian. Do that she's talking to talking to Chris Cuomo here. Obviously, there's more. Yeah. Code sees from the Bronx. You don't think she's but the video Alex Haitian is she's affecting black sent is what they're saying. Oh, you sing all black. People speaks other. No. I don't think there's anything. What listen there's difference. There's a difference between mocking someone or group of people and knowing your audience and yes, sucking up to them by pretending to use their accent. It's and this idea that it's called code switching. Why do we have to have pretty words and new terms? I she's just being fake. She's being phony what's wrong with the word fake for being fake, which she the votes, which here's the deal this nonsense coaching outlook. I grew up as a military brat. So I lived and everywhere the whole east coast. I lived in Hawaii one point I've lived in the south plenty there are things that I would pick up from my friends. I I would say all I all of the things that might come with living in a middle school in Hawaii. I was saying brother and cousin occasionally because my friends were doing it. I would adopt it on jet, and you try and fit in. But that said what we're talking about is an adult moving between two different places. You don't become you don't all of a sudden adopted different dialect just by going across the hallway, you know. It's not it's not the passage. It's not like this dramatic passage of time. It was like this morning. She sounded like the girl here on Instagram and. Then in the afternoon. She's she's speaking with an affect it's just phony. And it's the kind of thing the politicians do and she keeps pretending to be something new and groundbreaking. No, she's not. She's just another hypocritical. Pander lemon said to Chris Cuomo. Oh, so are you saying all black people speak southern he says, no, I'm not saying that. But that's what will cause the Cortes was assuming that black people in New York. Speak with that kind of accent Dopp it gosh, it's not code switching this this fancy words. It's fake. It's phony it's pandering coaching. We have words for this ready. We don't need new ones. Call it what it is seven twenty four WMA. Oh. Five point nine FM and AM six thirty AL. India Washington comes to talk. I've been telling you about mattress warehouse and how fantastic or new mattresses.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on KTOK
"And rebate is back hosting the twenty nineteen academy of country music awards April seventh. The country superstars also releasing a new album just two days before stronger than the truth, which will feature twelve tracks that follow in the footsteps of legends truth film music tracks like storm and shot and Tammy Wynette kind of pain, Luke, Bryan, Tim McGraw, Keith urban and little big town will headline the first ever hometown rising country music and bourbon festival Saturday September fourteenth and fifteenth in Louisville Kentucky that sucks country on Fox News. Fox on faith with Lauren green. It was a game changer in Christian Muslim relations. That's what many religious leaders are saying about pope Francis has visit to the Arabian peninsula impossible to exaggerate. How significant this was fourteen hundred years of Islamic? Behold, had never appeared or been invited to appear Rabian Johnny Moore is the head of the us commission on international religious freedom and was on the ground in the United Arab Emirates. When pope Francis said a public mask in Abu Dhabi sports stadium, calling it a seismic shift its effects now echoing throughout the Arab world and the Middle East UAE emerging as the standard bearer, and the strongest voice on religious freedom shot that was heard all the costs region. This is a new day in the Middle East, bigotry and intolerance and not allowing freedom of worship here. How to hear more go to lighthouse faith podcast on Fox News dot com.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on KTRH
"He co-wrote BJ Thomas. Hey won't you play. Another somebody done. Somebody wrong song. Won a Grammy for that. Produced albums for Willie. Gary Stewart, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Millsap Patillo Clark. Wow. What a life. For those of you who studied poetry? And most of us did. Growing up. And you think that the great poets died in the Arab of Shakespeare to the extent that Shakespeare as a single man as we'd say today. Even existed. But whoever that be John done or. Lord. Byron Ben Johnson. Christopher Marlowe the era of the great poets did not pass. It's just that the great poets of our day. Or called songwriters. Are still some amazing poetry out there. There's still some incredible words set to rhyme or meter. Arranged. It's just that. Now, we put them to music. I love to hear these stories of the songwriters back. I think the great sadness is we don't celebrate our songwriters today. The way we celebrated poets of the past. In poetry has become something this taken over by the weird and the wax. It has to be this pretentious. Alternative reality community. Of artists better than their subjects are artists. Not mindful of their subjects there is nothing wrong with commercializing an art. Rudyard Kipling was paid by the piece for what he wrote as was Samuel Clemens Mark Twain as was oh Henry as was Craig Joyce. James Joyce, not Craigslist. Craig Joyce was my wife's law, professor. There's nothing wrong with commercializing art. And it is not the case as I think history has told us that artists have to starve our that artists. Cannot be commercially successful Ramona. I'm not gonna do it. Now. I'm gonna give you a moment to think about it. Now, I'm not gonna do a lightning round right now. But I was thinking about this this weekend. And I was thinking about an artist who because he was commercially successful. I think he does not get his due for how good he was as an artist. And I was going to offer him and Billy Joel as an example. Now, I can't remember who it was. It was. It was. It's a show CNN. Did this thing on the nineties? Tom Hanks produced it co-produced him there were three of them. And they do each by the decade, and it was about TV shows. I wish I could remember who it was because I was thinking to myself. That there are certain musicians for whom commercial success on on a big scale. Has tended to limit their critical success. And the critical success is often what leads to the the long term monument building. But because someone sells a lot of records or does big shows they're perceived knocked to be that good. I'll give you an example. I don't think that Alabama. And in a whole lot to country music. I don't, but they made more money than most anybody in country music. They were highly commercial. The first and really most major other than Garth, but they were before Garth sort of stadium country music artists. But I don't think either musicals up to time. I do think there are some artists who had incredible commercial success. And yet there is artistic success. She's not coming to me right now. So I can't.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"He toured internationally with the highwaymen. He wrote Lucan Bach Texas back to the basics of low. He performed with Elvis Willie and a number of other musicians. Wow. What a life. Lincoln Wayne chips Momon. Died in sixteen. Was also a session guitarist is from LaGrange Georgia. Played guitar sessions recorded at the gold star studios. Played with the box tops. Bobby womack? Sandy Posey Joe Tex Wilson Pickett Herbie Mann Tula Clark. Wow. Along with Dan Penn. He co wrote do right woman do right man recorded by Aretha the dark end of the street. Wow. Produced Kentucky rain in the ghetto suspicious minds. Wow. What a what a life with fellow producer Larry Butler. He co-wrote BJ Thomas. Hey won't you play. Another somebody done. Somebody wrong song. Won a Grammy for that. Produced albums for Willie. Gary Stewart, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie, Millsap impetus Clark. Wow. What a life. You know for those of you who studied poetry. And most of us did. Growing up. And you think that the great.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The amount of fraud and charlatanism in politics and media today is staggering. More than three hours a day. Let's go to let's go to the phones. Let's go to Kent calling from Georgia. Can't you're on the Chris Plante show. Wow. I got through immediately got through like that baby. It was amazing. You have the best show ever. I was calling because I heard the Elizabeth Warren saying I'm gonna get me a beer heard it before on your show, and the first thing I thought of was John Kerry when he was running for president. Going into forget where he was Iowa or something going into the store. Gordon word. I get me a hunting license. Right. Idiots think that that everyone in the flyover country are idiots. So they'll talk like them. And we in reality just makes them look like idiots that they are. Well, you may remember a Hillary Clinton. I'm no Tammy Wynette. She suddenly got an Arkansas accent in stand by my man, like some and she and she and Al Gore's they didn't have black. They're trying to sound black. Absolutely true. That's exactly them selves because no one would like them. I know ways. Tarde? Nobody told me the road would be easy. Crazy. You're absolutely right cantor. They they shop and flyover country, and they they take their cues from Hollywood movies where everybody is an ignorant rube. And they're all. Harvard. White House officials and congressional aides made.
"tammy wynette" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Staggering. More than three hours a day. Let's go to let's go to the phones. Let's go to Kent calling from Georgia. Kent, you're on the Chris Plante show. Why I got through immediately. You got through like that baby. It was amazing. You have the best show ever. I was calling because I heard the Elizabeth Warren saying I'm gonna get me a beer heard it before I heard on your show, and the first thing I thought of was John Kerry when he was running for president. Going into. I forget where he was Iowa or something going into the store. Gordon word. I get me a hunting license like these idiots think that that everyone in the flyover country are idiots. So they'll talk like them. And we in reality just makes them look like idiots that they are. Well, you may remember a Hillary Clinton. I'm no Tammy Wynette. She's suddenly got an Arkansas accent in stand by my man, like some Taylor, and she she and Al Gore's. They didn't black church. They're trying to sound black. Absolutely true. That's exactly themselves because no one would like them. I know no ways. Tarde? Nobody told me the road would be easy. Crazy. You're absolutely right cantor. They show up in flyover country, and they they take their cues from Hollywood movies where everybody is an ignorant rube. And they're all. Harvard. You're listening to the Chris..