12 Burst results for "Terry Melcher"
"terry melcher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Because I'm Robbie James 1964 in Colombia and if somebody tells you they have a 45 July and through their teeth it was unreleased in blessedly so but of course CDs came along and they had anything they had available and so it was the door stays ooey baby came to light Terry melcher her son produced it Barry Mann and Cynthia wheel wrote it and obviously it was not a hit But it was bob's request and we're happy to play it so there you go bob Thank you Yeah about the tornado alert that we had this afternoon everything back north of us So in terms of touchdown was there any area that was bad There was no touchdown Thank goodness Oh good All right so radar indicated So you know how the weather service gets a little enhancing when they make these see something suspicious and they go in and release a warning So but everything did track north and we did have some straight line damage especially over in Arkansas No I heard there were some flooding in Shelby county Yeah you have quite a bit yeah It rained its you know wood off out here too but I don't think we got a lot of flooding Just get a little bit in the streets and everything like that But nothing Nothing or shattering Good So okay you wanted to know about WM PS right Yeah this WMS which of course has no relation whatsoever to the other WMS Right This is operated on 1210 a.m. and they have a translator at one O 3.1 And it's owned by Flynn broadcasting doctor George Flynn And that's kind of in this kind of his hobby station He owns quite a few others but this is kind of the one that Is kind of his hobby like your pay JA and it's a pretty good station I'll listen to it from time to time Now it used to be music of what's left of your life but I guess Well it's 50 and 6 years old They do it in-house He'll touch a little bit into the 70s Well good Good for him It's a pretty cool station Yeah In like I'll listen to it from time to time And especially in the vehicle because I gave up In my car So if I want to listen to all these well listen to that in my vehicle Nice to have a choice They also have a translator in Arkansas I one O three 9 I don't know much about it Oh that's right And then we have another pretty good oldie station here Well actually it's in cool dark inside And I can pick it up here and they do they do my buddy Alex ward on Sundays So there's oldies 102.3 Yep And that's pretty good station as well Okay I have a technical question to ask you about broadcast radio All right I'll try Is there a way that you can test the transmitter without going on your I know with what were the dummy load Can that be used in a broadcast transmitter Well yeah We certainly certainly do that And what are you trying to determine Well I would just I don't know Really I'm just wanted to find out if there is a way that you could test it between the transmitter and the antenna and not going here Yeah The dummy load will simulate the antenna Sure And so you can not only test but adjust the transmitter without actually radiating anything So you connect the dummy load to the output of an amplifier stimulating a loudspeaker for instance same kind of deal So yeah you could do that Now what are you trying to test I don't know I just heard I'm just talking to my ham radio buddy The other day and he bombed a new dumb below now I just wondering if the same thing could be used in the broadcast Oh yeah I absolutely use them I've got them And you know in its simplest form it's just using a resistor in place of an antenna And it substitutes a tenable adjusting the transmitter So no radio waves are a whole deal as you do not go on the air with it And you'll do that no dummy load is ideal Some radiation is going to be there But the other thing is if you're not worried about interfering with anything else and all that you know just adjust it You know I wouldn't really worry about it You know one of the problems you may have if you're trying to test without a load attached is the reflective power and that can overheat and damage or something like that But so dummy loads they're pretty much pure resistance And you do it at the same as the impedance of the antenna and 50 or 75 of them so that kind of thing And then the radio energy absorbed by the dummy load So that's it Okay I'm just curious about that Well if you got a resistor in a heat sink you can make your own pretty much I mean I assume you're not trying 50,000 watts So now you mentioned you have a ham radio buddy He probably is using like a mineral oil as a coolant for his RF dummy load a lot of hamstrings Yeah a lot of hamster That'd be ought to be interested to find out Yeah And yesterday last night you talking to this flow about canines And A lot of those guys really had great voices And Some of the girls did too And they were a lot better than a lot of the singers out today In my opinion Well I don't doubt that for a minute but when you're talking about a hit record to me it's so much more than the singer In fact I would argue that the biggest element is going to be the producer how it's produced in terms of what is going to really make it And a great producer can make you know pretty lousy singer sound good as evidenced by snuff Garrett making Gary Lewis sound good So it happened But you know you listen to some of those Rick Nelson records and they're triple tracking him on.
"terry melcher" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Hey, we welcome you back. It is great to have all of you here. And we are about ready to go. Anybody know? Okay. I just, I just, I'm reading the script here, it says, I'm Ann is next. A good afternoon there, Paul fine, bob. Good afternoon. I mean, when the red light, when the red light goes on the candler, you say, hey, we're back. Well, you know, I wasn't sure, because it said, pause, when you come back, and you know why we pause there, I'm in, do you have any idea why I waited? No, I have no clue. Well, you can't see the screen right now, but we have a new picture of Iman up. Oh, yeah. This is more, what would you say? I mean, what was that? Yeah, the old one was kind of Greg all men right as he was belting out the last words of midnight rider. This is more Stone Age man. Let's go to the new one. Okay, new Iman picture. This is in, is that black and white? Yeah. Yeah, sleepy a tone or something like that. They're kind of a little, it's kind of like when you would go to the. Drug store back in the 70s, you'd go in there with your friends and get to four pictures. That's what that looks like. But you know what? You know what? Like Neil Young on the, yeah, Russia never sleeps record. Well, how about that? I think that is a compliment. You know, in the knuckle drag a Whirlpool, back in the dragon dice, the man that owned the fire and controlled the fire, controlled the village. He found that a very interesting topic when you first came on, you know, you were talking about injuries that people came back from. You know, we grew up watching that guy on the ski ramp. I guess it was the Olympics or something. You know, the agony of defeat. We think car Rex. We've seen all kinds of things. Jim McKay. And you know, and that time makes it took a Lincoln, but kept on taking. And that's all those wonderful things. The snake river basin. Oh yeah, I mean, we saw those things because there was journalists there. And there was photographers and there was there was cameras. You know, and we've seen some horrific injuries on the football field. I mean, what was that Desmond? Pros ro, the kid at Miami. Whatever was his name was? I mean, we've seen some horrendous things. We saw pictures of why tittle when we grew up with the blood. You know, that was. Yeah. And all of those kind of things, but you know, the one, the one injury we did not know anything about. Nobody saw it. Here we go. Here we go. Hold your horses. Where are you? It was way before they kept records and it was way before politically correct terms was when Jim from Tuscaloosa got his feelings hurt. Now, in this day in time, you know what? Can we pause right there for one second? Because I'm sitting there processing this, and I'm saying, if I'm Jim, you know what I'm doing right now? I'm calling the show to talk about what a moron. You're mad. Yeah, that's okay. Because back in the day, his mama would have said, suck it up and give him a soda. Suck it up. But today, Jim has that same injury in the politically correct world, we all got a drop to our knees and have some kind of prayer vigil. It looks like a Billy Graham crusade or a Harry Houdini seance or something. Where is I know you have? I grew up watching motif. I'm working milligram this morning. I know he's been dead for 5 years, but he's got a channel on satellite radio. And you know what? He was talking about you. Talking about the devil. He might have been he might have been according to Jim was so fat. You know I'm in shock. Stop, stop, stop. I just figured out who that is. Okay, I want to show the picture again. Don't tell me you're not thinking Charles Manson right now. Oh my God. Charles Manson. Pulled into the Sharon Tate estate. And said, you're coming with us. You're coming with me, and you're not coming back for a long time. Helter skelter. You know that whole Charles Manson's story got kind of lost in the fact that the drummer for The Beach Boys kind of ran up on him and Terry melcher lived in the house who had fun. They all lived together and Laurel canyon, you're right. And in metro refused Manson's music abilities. Yeah. And then he might get on for a home in Laurel canyon in the 70s. Oh, I'll tell you what, that would have been the movie in the second period, wouldn't it? Hey, there's mama cash coming over. Hi, and you know hide the verge..
"terry melcher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"WGN radio I'm roddy James December 1968 that was released on the westbound label There are Detroit group Yeah bob Washington wrote it So who are they A to Z it's a group Their name starts with an S so this is our last week of S's So who are they All right so I've got a question And if you don't like it you can have your own category It can be anything And of course if you know my bumpers even better and if lines are busy which they are right now all of them thank you for that The deal is callback when somebody hangs up They'll be room for you But 62% of Americans have claimed this when it wasn't true So the claim is about themselves There's something they are something they've done something that is personal to them 62% of them said it and it's just not true All righty then Well we got a number of folks but Gary in Austin is following Friends footsteps wanting lyrics so all right Gary are you ready Actually well yeah I'll be that I actually told John charts Oh charts making it a charge too I didn't do them both But we'll just give you one line and we'll see how you do Then we'll pick whatever a week or month you want But come on with come on with me and leave your troubles behind Oh I know that too Yeah I don't care where you been You ain't been nowhere It's not coming Oh no you ain't but nowhere to you until you've been in with the in crowd Oh sure All right so I really feel like an idiot now No yeah So give me a week month year or date whatever you want year You pick it up Maybe sometime early May have 66 Of 66 all right now remember it well All right so let's see what we've got here May of 66 Okay Number one Monday Monday Mamas and Papas Number two good love and young rascals Unfortunately As opposed to the original Olympics which is a much better record by the way I didn't make no choice Number three rainy day women number 12 and 35 Bob Dylan Number four kicks Paul Revere and the Raiders Number 5 sloop John B The Beach Boys Number 6 you're my soul and inspiration The right to spread this Number 7 how does that grab you darling Oh how does that grab you darling Yeah how does that mess your mind How does that scare you Oh I know it too Yes you do It was on reprise These artists coming Oh God Well Nancy Sinatra maybe it's okay Oh no wonder Okay Number 8 message to Michael Dion Norway Number 9 when a man loves a woman perfect sleds Of course And number ten is a tough one because it could be by several people but you'll know because of May 1966 Gloria I'm thinking shadows of 9 Absolutely right Yes Where I live them Right of course Of course but not that weak So yes shadows a night was number ten and probably peaked at number ten nationally I only ever got hired by them But nonetheless let's see how far you go because you're doing well Number 11 shapes of things Yardbirds 12 Leaning on the lamppost Herman Sherman 13 groovy catalog Blaine Fontana the mindbenders Secret agent man is 14 Johnny rivers Love is like an itching in my heart is 15 Oh supreme Number 16 8 miles high The birds Number 17 Time will let me Outsiders 18 The sun ain't going to shine anymore The walker The fake walker brothers 19 They weren't named walker and they weren't from Great Britain But other than that they were just well Number 19 bang bang A share Yeah number 20 nothing's too good for my baby That's too good for my baby Yeah and I would have trouble with this too And it's embarrassing that I'd admit that And I will admit it Yeah it peaked at number 20 Stevie Wonder Oh sure Right Exactly Exactly When you see the artist that same reaction I had because when I saw the title I'm like what And then I saw the artist I'm like of course of course I will very good Well you made it almost all the way number 20 You're a winner I feel too bad about missing the Nancy Sinatra win because well Too bad about that Lee hazelwood did a pretty good job with some of those records though As far as far as that goes and as far as her stuff that was one of the better ones Truth be known which may not says it all It's all you need to know So yeah I was looking at that pointer in the Raiders and saw Terry melcher produced it Last night John drug me into the room and said he's watching some movie and said what year is this movie I said I don't know anything about movies He said you'll know and it had in the background at Morgan and steel and all this And then the female actress took an album by Paul Revere and the Raiders and put it on I said oh well of course I know the year I also know what this is about because that's where Sharon Tate was killed and Terry Moussa's house that they were running So oh yeah that's right Yeah Yeah so I don't know how the movie was because I wasn't enchanted enough to stay but at least I could tell them that it was 68 69 vintage All right so you are a winner hang on don't go away Okay All right good deal Yeah And so now I'm wondering how the movie actually was I have no idea But there you there you have it So we'll get to German bowling brook he wants American India of Indian trivia and yes Native Americans I can do that Leah does too Now that's interesting Either that or no you know I'm starting to think that you think that's the thing that 62% of people are claiming Well we'll find out about that yet because I was thinking wait a minute We can't have two people who are both wanting Native American furby And worse yet I'm looking up for questions So who will see We'll see how we do on that We got Scott and he is in Louisville Illinois and I'm probably butchering the pronunciation but if he were in Kentucky it would be Louis And Johnny Dee wants wants trivia And I think he's going to try to answer our question as well and Frank in Palatine is as well So okay we've got one line available for you.
"terry melcher" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Now. All the all the one thousand nine hundred six. So that's hence the. Because i mean th there is grim realism. What he's saying in a way but it is also an acceptance of baram something he just proves that keeping the summer live album point and He's very enrolling role in the band is basically part time member. You replaced wilson his job but he. He spent the next twenty years coming going. The bible very peculiar sort of way unsuccessful. Summarize wasn't he wrote. I write songs. For barry dave custody. He produced the debut album early career. With terry melcher as bruce. And terry bruce. When joel them with know this infamous story that bruce johnson and kim fowley went down to dolphins of hollywood. We've not in hollywood and saw john dolphin hip mud by one of his song royces. You wouldn't know that meeting students but he's interesting you know i mean. He was born in to enormous wealth. Of course so. That's a strange fact here in the story songs on on these two albums that we've been talking about. Some of his songs always sounded a novelist. Disney go right injury sound like they belong in somewhere else some like carlo design alongside russian sense that comes in with him. Brush david kassian. People a subset of what probes the beach. Boys were it would have this. he's very. He talks about relationships in the band. He's been trying to tell to tell. Not hundred sixty the evans. Wonderful whilst you come to listen saying so don't believe it while he's he's keeping summer live is desperate title for an album isn't it. They did a lot of absolute was huge. Huge was the endless coppola with american graffiti. Such kind erode commercial here a second clip. Dennis isn't.
"terry melcher" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Song. That's not like star wars theme written by john williams etc that is as Attached to a movie. Misery lou is with pulp fiction. Lighten when you hear that down town like. I challenge anybody to hear that song. Not think pulp fiction at this point in time if you're from our generation older or younger if you're from the surf time maybe but that is so connected to that movie. I just wanted to point that out. I read showers. You the only one. I can think of the challenge. It was Two bills for the i'll show. Everybody thinks that that's the theme from the exorcist. But that was actually an existing Is exciting piece of for the xs. But your point is totally. Well exactly well put one wrestling reference for the show would be paulie paul. Heyman then took misery lou. And and you see w where he pointy promos in what was called pulp fate at one minute long house. Now i remember the so well. I'm officially swapping my one of my two. I'm making this wonderful things that i love. The you said about hollywood is well. I loved it. Because i love the actors involved and not knowing. Thank goodness. I didn't have any spoilers for that movie. And this is treated the same. I will not read anything. Don't tell me. I maybe went opening night or second night or whatever so i thought for sure there's a couple of moments when they went to spahn ranch and bruce dern is in there and you think he's devastating. I thought for sure those chicks were going to murder cliff. I thought he was done there. Then when we get to the end and cliffs. When i said i thought okay these guys are gonna kill cliff and maybe leave rick. Because they don't know he's there and then go kill. Sharon and i had no idea that rick and cliff. We're gonna kill the guys and save the day none none whatsoever so when it happened i was the jimmy like yes. This is awesome. I can't believe that because like you said we would share and goes to the movies and watches herself. And it's so innocent. Just so awesome. And i was like this sucks like. She's not sure you know and they didn't do that. So that was a real cool surprise for me watching that i think my my favorite scene from that and it's it could contend for favorite scene from any tarantino movies after rick dot blows his lines and to capri goes no and like shit and smashes. Everything's drop your drug listen yet. Eat whiskey sour. Jeff was hours and you get you start drinking from his flask. And he spit got him it and throws the flask out the door and he's all so good and nothing about that. Is you even if you don't know the stop like i'll before you this year. So some of the references. I'm not really like. I don't i didn't know what lancer was. I didn't know jim stacy was but it gets you right up like that. You know in the net in movie a little bit better. So but yeah. That's it was my two. And i had the blu ray. The blue is a little bit extended. I have the novel now which adds so much to it. And it's it's an all time favorite. There's there's two things. I wanna talk about something. Let's just say that bone is scenes. That are on the blu ray to like the the. There's a few more charles manson scenes on there which is wrong and You know the references to the house that the people who's the guy on the before our not terry Melcher exactly exactly. A lot of that stuff gets a little deeper. And there's also in the book the extra scenes with the the the girl child actress and stuff like that so yeah. The bonus scenes are worth checking out if you haven't seen it. I love the appearance of kurt russell. Once again he's awesome in it I think his wife is actually zoe. Belle early get the help set. Great great scene with cliff. Fighting bruce lee which is awesome. I know that tarantino gotten some heat from bruce lee's family but it was amazing. Just always fighting bruce lee. This is the coolest character of all time. I love cliff booth and to top on that. There's one scene where he kind of just jumps up the roof like yes to fix the antenna and he just kinda like is way off and he puts a beer in his tool belt squat jumps gray. Takes his shirt off his old boffin everything. But that's just like. I love seeing that world. Nineteen sixty nine like the sun is the sun is going down and you could see the taco bell lighting up in the cinerama movie theater lighting up. You know it's like dusk. And just to see that world to see hollywood nine hundred sixty nine with the playboy mansion steve mcqueen and you know just to be in that world like ours just felt so i like the fact that he cast caprio and bradley specifically dicaprio. He feels like an old time sixties movie star he actually feels like a forties movie star to be honestly the but he has. That vibe and brad has to being from a different time in hollywood clooney hazard as well like. It's not just the typical. Like seth rogan's stone her like whatever these guys show up to premiers and tuxedos they feel like legit times spanning movie stars when they were cast in those parts. I really believed it..
"terry melcher" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"On july twenty fourth nineteen seventy the trial of charles manson and his followers began manson and three of his acolytes stood accused of planning and executing the murders of seven people. The previous year. The killing spree had stunned the city of los angeles on the night of august eighth nineteen sixty-nine four manson followers susan atkins patricia krenwinkel. Linda kosabe ian and tex watson said out from the cult's rural headquarters on a terrible mission. They drove up into the winding hills of benedict canyon and broke into the home of director roman polanski acting on manson's orders the posse murdered five people at the house including actress sharon tate. Jay c. bring abigail folder. Voi- check frank hausky and steven parent in a horrific final flourish. The murderers painted the word pig on the door of the house. Using tate's blood manson's motivation for targeting. These victims specifically has never been confirmed per one theory. Manson had a grudge against the homes last owner music. Producer terry melcher. The previous year melcher had declined to make a record with manson and raging the egotistical cult leader the following night manson himself drove six of his followers to a property in the los feeless neighborhood of los angeles where they murdered grocery store owner lino la bianca and his wife rosemary. Again the love bianca's were not targeted and manson's motivations for choosing their home are murky but as the prosecution noted manson's obsession with a race war which he called helter skelter appeared to be at the root his sadistic killings. Manson was a racist. His vision for helter skelter was really a white supremacist. Fantasy in which a conflict between white and black people would make it possible for him to seize power in manson's warped and bigoted vision of the future. He and his followers would go underground during the war itself. Once the smoke cleared he believed there would be a window left for him to suddenly emerge and takeover the murders were in part. Manson's attempt to jump start the race war. He and his followers staged both crime scenes to make them look like they were committed by the black panthers. A group manson loathed. But he was also trying to use. These flashy gruesome killings to distract from other crimes. He and his followers had committed including the july nineteen. Sixty-nine murder of gary hinman regardless of manson and his family's convoluted motivations they're killing spree was a defining moment in the nation's history the fact that his followers were mostly well off middle class teenagers was especially compelling and disturbing to average americans. The murder sparked widespread. Fear about the occult and it's corrupting influence. On the youth which contributed to the rise of the satanic panic during the nineteen seventies even though manson and his followers were jailed for life when their trial wrapped up the damage they done could never be reversed.
"terry melcher" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"Cancel the beach. Boys especially those and like the actual mansion that they moved into denis's mentioned so he was renting it after her few months get sick of them and tried to kick them out but they just refused to leave and so ben is literally just moved out himself and the deal with it. Oh my god that's that is terrible on like just what a way to treat people and crazy to think. He had so much success with the beach boys after all this. Yeah that that's that's sad and we're going to start a hashtag canceled beach boys even though i don't know if any of them are alive anymore. Yeah that's true. After deciding that they and their ambitions had outgrown san francisco. The family relocated to the abandon span ranch which was situated south west of san fernando valley. It been in a popular filming location during the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties playing a role in many thrillers and westerns. At the time it also proved to be the perfect place for the family who turned the property into a compound reserve only for them in the belief that this was the first step. In surviving the apocalyptic racial war. Just saying that is ridiculous title. Not everything went to plan. Though when the summer of nineteen sixty nine came and went without a single black americans seeking revenge. The family decided to take matters into their own hands to kick start the conflict. They murdered gary heinemann charles long time acquaintance on july twenty fifth nineteen sixty nine. It'd be like oh the race were happen. Let's start our own like what a what we'll make the prophecy come true. It's i don't some backwards logic. But i guess that's every culture and that no follows This does not seem right then. Yeah the prophecy didn't come true. Guys yes i guess at that point for in your that baden. You're like have. I wasted my life and time just following this guy It's it's hard. Maybe face that reality so you convince yourself of anything else. I guess so. This is the time when his followers started dropping off because of that reason nothing pushed him to created himself yet. Which is a good point as well to help keep some kind of control over everything for sure. Charles told his followers that gary's death was for the public good a- privately. He had been under the impression that his friend had inherited approximately twenty thousand dollars which have gone a long way in sustaining them at the relatively remote span ranch with the promise of a big payout. He ordered his most loyal followers. Bobby oli susan atkins and mary brunner to carry out the murder. But despite the trio's best effort at torturing gary heinemann he refused to budge and continue to hurt that there was no money in this home frustrated. Charles slices ear and cheek with a samurai sword that he had brought with nice all. If you're going to a murder you might as well bring sam rice else bring. it's every nerds dream. They get finally use it unsurprisingly. This left a huge mess and twenty two year. old bobby. Soley was given the sorted task of cleaning everything up however he panicked and send ended up killing gary. This turned out for the best though with charles deciding that they would use the body of his old friend. To spark the apocalyptic interracial war that they had claimed would happen so always glass half full with charles day dipping their fingers into gary's blood bobby and the two girls wrote the words political pig on the wall of their victims home to further convince the authorities that it had been a racially motivated crime. They also drew appropriate which implied that the murder was committed by the controversial african american organization. The black panthers. I don't know if they thought that entirely. I guess their thinking on the fly here. But like why would the black panthers in like mark. The wall like to let everyone know that they did it. I don't think that accomplishes much worst way to try to frame them. Yeah be a little bit more subtle about. The police weren't convinced that gary had been killed by the black panthers obviously and a few days after the murder. They arrested bobby batali whom they found sleeping inside the victims car still in the bloody clark that he still in the bloody clothes. It's like you could've been anywhere else. You know what i mean. Basically should've just waited by the dead body. Just for them exactly yeah. He should've just waited and said i did. It was definitely not the black. Panthers arrest me now. So essentially what he did. He also attempted to conceal the knife that he had used in his trunk truck tire quickly and covered too so clearly. A mastermind In the end. Bobby was convicted of murder and sentenced with the death penalty which was later commuted to life. Imprisonment is the rest however came only a few days before the family committed the horrific massacres that they would eventually become known for. Yes so that's a. That's a heavy one hobby. It's tough because i know he comes out later on in life talking about how he felt he was influenced very strongly and like it. He can be blamed for the murders necessarily but yeah definitely not the smartest move to sleep in the car and not even try to get away with it unless these a hell of a drug man. That's true that's true. Whatever the tea was that. You mentioned on august ninth nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine charles. Manson ordered for members of his family. Ted watson suzanne atkins linden sabina and patricia krenwinkel to head up to eleven five zero to leo drive in los angeles where they were murdered. The people inside this property belonged to the music producer. Terry melcher who had once looked down on charles and his dreams of music career. At the time though the home had been leased to the actress sharon tate who was married to the world renowned film director roman polanski roman was away working on a movie set in europe though and his heavily. Pregnant wife was being visited by your friends. Jc bring wood jr inskeep. You cousy and abigail fuller fuller. Older folger's bolger family does the coffee. Oh yes she's the air to the are was damn. There's so many like cool little tidbits of facts in this story. Like 'cause i guess it is in hollywood right so everyone's related to someone and one of the guys that was there was her ex fiance was her was her ex fiance. Oh was sharon tasteless ex-fiancee. All four of them were inside the home on ceelo drive when the family broken upon which the put up a valiant struggle in a bid to save their lives however they were no match for charles followers who arm themselves.
"terry melcher" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult
"I can't even speak so all the drugs. You guys are just exactly also helps the. He was a rule that his followers also had to do lsd. So it also helps when your audience just incredibly high as well absolutely i. It's it makes what watching terrible content that much more enjoyable. Which i think most people watching netflix can confirm on. They drank bella. Donna t all the time to you. So they weren't really fucked up. Yeah yeah they had my next sentence here the they were also high on drugs. The members of the family saw their leader as a figure akin to jesus christ a prophet. Whose words should be followed if they wanted a chance at life. So you could see how much they revered him. As you said whether it be off the drugs or or actually believing. His charisma charles enjoyed his status as the head of the family. He continued to harbour dreams of his music career. This let him to approach one of his friends. A music teacher named gary heinemann. Who in turn introduce them to dennis. Wilson one of the co founding members of the popular nineteen sixties rock band. The beach boys. Dennis loved the song that charles had come up with even going so far as to record one of them under the title never learn not to love he also arranged a meeting with the renowned producer. Terry melcher however this amounted to nothing and the disappointed charles returned to his family So kind of in the same arc is Hitler in a little bit here. Not to compare the two. They're buried different levels of terrible. But hitler applied to go to art school and got rejected. And you know under that's like it harbors a certain amount of anger. And and i think that begins to come after this as we'll probably see it's like that's where it took a turn for like darker more frenetic energy for him. Yeah white men are fragile and when when we are disappointed it doesn't go well in in history which is a very sad What was crazy about him meeting the meeting. Dennis from the beach boys as he moved in with dennis for months. Yeah him and his whole family and part of the reason that dennis really liked him was not because of his music because yeah mike basically treated them as sex slaves and made them have sex with whoever whenever they wanted so that he could do so charles could do whatever he wanted. Do we have to.
"terry melcher" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"Is a popular folk rock. I don't know this is a what's her face the bigger lady. 'cause i you're the bitch got skinny adele said so. Irate is a popular folk. Rock song. Written by james taylor. Everyone should kind of james. Taylor not not my fucking forte. But the song was inspired in part by taylor's childhood friend suzanne schneider sh- near who committed suicide. He only found out about her death six months. After the fact despite taylor's confirming this as well as revealing other details about the song during an interview in two thousand five rumors still have it that the song was written for action has it zan. Oh and suzanne the name. Suzanne will always remind me of the monkey in janssen bob. that's with the monkeys nameless. It is claimed that. Suzanne was going to surprise him by showing up one of his concerts but her life was tragically cut short when a plane. She was traveling on crashed on route. Several websites have the bunk claim but is still going strong around good old or cy called the internet. Several people have told you that you're wrong but then like that can't be fearless. Can't be beardless. Like murang'a whiskey. But maybe i shouldn't drink so much risk in a week. May i long. okay charles. Manson synonymous with murder mayhem and psychosis. Because he is the man. He's the man with the songs the jams. He died peacefully in jail recipes. My hero the last thing one would expect to associate with. Manson is music. But you're a fan of the gap to be a fan. I think you know who we're going. We're definitely gonna get into them. Because i want to play some songs on the episode is man. He's got the jams man he's got. The words very true very like garay however he wrote songs and eventually eventually covered by the beach boys guns and roses and marilyn manson which is one fact that i was not marilyn manson need to be like i was more than president. Would guns and roses song was a charles manson song. I had to look it up. I don't know if you should right now but like you don't need to yes. I'm curious as spark never knew that. Because i was also interested at the beach. Boys covered one of his song considering. I've heard that before considering his grievances against the beach boys because charles manson tried to essentially get his music out there using the beach. Boys in like terry melcher and stuff. And that's why he ended up going to sharon tate's house was because supposedly he thought that terry melcher was still there and live there even though he was told the day word. So we're gonna the the episode mavericks most the couple the covers al-boom was mostly attributed to the glam punk bands who influence guns and roses including the dead boys. The misfits rex hidden track by cult leader. Charles manson called. Look at your game girl. Yeah weird. I know i know. Now we're talking about funny. I don't know that song Yet to look at. I guess it was a hidden track. I fucking run. Read off of that. Charles manson's linked to the beach boys and the beatles. Well that's helter-skelter. Because he killed everybody because the song scouts. We're gonna i even the beatles fucking like what right right fucking shit on the fridge. And it was like and they spelt wrong. You hilter skill. ter- helped hilter skelter and they spelled out there skelter wrong. That was like a big dig as fucking. It's new my shit right. It is therefore not surprising that there is exist. A music related conspiracy theory involving manson and the monkeys monkeys right. Pay over the monkeys. Where it's gonna thought your mom. My brother listen to the monkeys a lot when we were younger. And i didn't really he also something like the like the irish rovers and like marge over like can stand. The monkeys are fucking goofy pieces of shit. But that's fine then. A copy of the beatles and everybody else american pie fucking copies everybody in some way or another. That's true. yeah. I was at work day. And we're listening atmosphere in brands. Like you get your inspiration somewhat from atmos a little and he's like i can tell some of your music and i was like. Yeah this is probably quite a bit from this. Nineteen sixty five literally. Hundreds of men answered a casting call to be part of the monkeys which is funny casting causing there have having acquainted band but like but but like the beatles the animals but we want to call it something racist how about the monkeys and there is a couch. remember hanson shop Bob knows my hands. Three fucking brought that up. I was talking about enhanced network so maybe bring it up so one of them was said to be none other than charles mason himself. He's like i. I could be part of the monkeys. I think there i. I don't like monkeys and now we'll see we'll see we can turn around his name. Yeah which is crazy. I never actually heard about this. And this is also particularly Precedent room or even the though is the fact that manson at the time was too old to audition. He was in his thirty he was. I woke up. The boy band can't be and they were looking for men between the ages of seventeen and twenty one course age where your most manipulative but old enough where i can fuck you in your asshole toward seventeen to twenty one sounds perfect. You still get a little boy boy. You're you're old. you're back into the ads. True is if you look at things like instinct and stuff. Who's the guy is. This fucking died. Spec say speaker inspect fuck for clarifying. Richard richard richard. There's a syracuse killer last name spec richard speck and circular. But there's a guy that was in the museum street that ended up making Basha also and there was rumors that he'd like like made the suck his dick and stuff like that he died. I guess good good good. So i'm sure also. He was in prison at the time. So it's unlikely but man you know cool. That'd be thought he was in prison so he probably didn't do in cool for mansa me part of the monkeys..
"terry melcher" Discussed on WTVN
"Him, and then, uh, Tommy Baker have no idea where having him But then we will go back to film lies, but before we get started LeBron James. I'm sorry, I can't let this life Everybody's so hypocritical nowadays. LeBron James, please, please. You're in Ohio native I know Some people think you're heroes. Some people think you're a zero, but I will say this If you think you know what's best for everything, and you're 20,000 Square foot home and your Ferrari and come right out of high school to be in a multi millionaire. You don't know what's real life. You've never been Appalachia. You've never really been down in the bottoms here in Columbus, go into a police reliable place right along in 19 precinct. When Cove it's over. I want you to go out and see what these officers go through. And don't sit here and tell me about the few bad ones. You know, I know there's bad cops, but also I know there's bad radio people. I know there's bad car salesman. I know there's bad doctors. I can name some people that doctors have killed their loved ones, and it doesn't make all doctors bad. Not all cops are bad and LeBron James before you sit in your utopia world, which I'll never have your money. I googled him. He's worth $500 million.500 million dollars. So gum come to 19 precinct, which is mid watch on the west side of Columbus and you ride with an officer and you spry with a female officer and see the disrespect. She gets ride with an African American officer and see how bad they get treated. You would never. I've been on over 50 ride alongs in my life. And I have never seen a police officer getting a car and say, Let's go get some. Whatever. They don't do that. They go by what comes over the 911 call and they go to that call short. George Floyd was bad. Sure, there's some other issues there. Bay wants to bring up but I can say this 99% of the men and women behind that badge. Care about you and that guy that shot that teenager has to live with that for the rest of his life. Because he took a teenager's life, and I said on auto smarts last week, and I probably should have sent it. If that young girl with the knife would have been Apple of Caucasian. Would Dad of officer been a hero? I look at this way. He saved that other girl's life on the hood of that car, And he's a freaking hero. It wouldn't have been a story. It would have been a story to never heard about it before you get caught up in all, and LeBron give James starts tweeting on before you had all the information and I've done that, too. You know what? Stop guys because we need the police. You did find the police and the police go away. This is gonna be chaotic, And that's what the second Amendment. We're fine. You're not going to come to my house and take over. I promise you that. But I will tell you this. There's a lot of people that were taken advantage of. So you people live in the city hate the police. I'm telling you going to fund them. Please step down for 48 hours This world will burn. They're a month on soapbox, George. Good morning, 8 to 1 Deputy V. And he called out Saturday. Morrigan phone open phones. Good morning, George. Nice to talk to you. Nice talking Anybody. Lorraine Day, Dr. Lauren Day is not doors days. Daughter. Oh, for that on the radio last week, and I was left me, she said That's not true. I left it up now they're not related. Governor State only had one child. That was the son Terry Melcher. He was involved in the Manson Murders. Melcher used to work live in the house with Candice Bergen. They leased the house there in Hollywood, and he was a record producer and Dennis Wilson introduced Manson to Melchers tried to get him in the music, the beach guy, But Melcher wasn't interested in that. Well, military moved out of that house. And Roman Polanski and share and tape moved in. So when the murder happened, they thought they were getting Ah Melcher. And that's that's the story. They're hard at up. Well, I know, but that name day. I mean, I know that I only know doors stay anyway. I've never met anybody of lasting damage. Oh, well, well, there's every legend now I'm going to talk about something that no one else talked about after Republicans gain control of the house next year. They can such proper speaker. You don't have to be in the house to be the speaker. Well, then Trump would be in line for the presidency of Biden. Something happened to him. You know whether he's impeached or you get to the top, and then Harris is in line. They could impeach her or she might have stuff on her. But that time she may be out of it. And then Trump could be the president. No, no one's looking at that. You don't have to be in the house to be named speaker. Now you can't beat media You know who beat Trump the media be Trump Trump Trump. Trump didn't know how to be any PC at all, which that's why I liked him. Do I want Trump over for dinner and hang out with the family? No, but you know what he said? Promises He didn't take a check. And he wasn't part of the swamp. That's why one now if I could get in in between Obama and Trump that be the perfect president. I think I would be also card manufacturers. It was mostly are the American manufacturers can get these chips from China? They're all made in China. So you got 22,004 pickup trucks and far to the racetrack there. Jams got a whole lot. They can't complete this simply of and if you look at the Like the South Korean meaning factors. They're getting chips. So you know, we don't do anything. There's no accountability. We just don't do anything but like paper tigers anymore. I don't know what's going on. Look at the economy. Prices or jumping looking the gas price. Negotiates. Prices are going up. I think Clint Bill Clinton the one sentence the economy's too but well, this compact fire, But why Woods? Double the price or triple the price and was last year. I heard I'm not any construction that true, Baker If I would really double 29 $28 for a board of L S B, How much was the last year? I don't know. Last year, 28 is ridiculous. I can't blame Joe Biden. But what I can't blame is big business is sometimes the biggest my opportunity to strike its oil does to us..
"terry melcher" Discussed on Pantheon
"Parsons record on which grand bars don't play. Yeah if you're gonna be ripped off by somebody. Richards is a pretty good choice. 'cause he's going to do a lot with it. I would say synthesized you know it's It's it's hard to say stole when you're talking about somebody with with kice ear regionality all that. I mean when. I listened to the eagles i think off. I think stole japan outright theft by people who don't have the anywhere near the quality of ideas at graham had a desperately tried to do it he was doing but you know even he were had ahead quite unequal relationship. It's it's a really fascinating relationship. And then i say in the book. He got chucked out of the villa. Chucked out of the exile sessions for two reasons. Nobody else could ever get out for in one was key thought. Graham was doing too much smack and is saying the book. keith. Richards is running your intervention. Urine troll cheaply and the other thing was that nick was jealous. Both of all the time. Keith was spending with grandma because all the girls were going after the dead already fired. Brian jones wants so grab but so he. He has struggled for awhile after this like he tries to get some sessions going with his friend. Rick grudge. he tries to get some sessions. Going with the former burge producer. Terry melcher but nothing really pans out until he signed with reprise records and he finds emily harris. He struggled profoundly a terrible time trying to kick smack he would kick it successfully and unsuccessfully and he wrote a couple of astonishing country song with regret. When i started the book had no idea had any connection to country but kiss the children is quite brilliant. And then he He discovered emmylou in this little club. He called her in total here. She was good which he come to dc play for him and it was raining and she had a child and she basically told him to get lost. She said i'm not driving forty miles. If you wanna see me come see me. And he did and he brought her to l. a. And from all accounts she was really the the iron fist in the velvet gloves at after a really embarrassing early sessions with the best possible session musicians elvis's band. She read graham the riot act and he cleaned up for those sessions in a way that he'd never had before the emmylou had some kind of Ability to take the moral high ground with grandma and get him to do it. He was supposed to do. Your store is always kind of fascinated me. Because there's you know when you get to hetero opposite sex people our. They're both beautiful. There's always this assure Lovers thing going on but that's never been substantiated anyway but clearly. There's a deep musical love and affinity that you can just hear when they sing together will greet. La author eve baboots said graham in that period. He was too high to make it with any bar and grandma's doing a lot of smack and a lot of barbs. And that's not good for your sex life and my take on it was grand never mistreated her. The way that he had treated pretty much everyone who was his lover and as best i could determine. I don't believe they were lowers. I believe that they were soulmates. Creative soulmates grandma's married at the time his wife was prodigiously jealous and possessive and kept a hawk eye on him and he was loaded all the time and it might theory which is only that. I have no proof performer. Near the other is that he honored what they were doing. Creatively too much to try and mess it up with sex. It definitely seems like he was on his best behavior. When he's around me us and it seems like she was just a upright professional gifted person who was only put up with bullshit because she was too naive to know better in this first radio and she's just walk in thinking this is how it's done and quickly figures out. No this is not how you do it. Just think about her. Will you know that she singing in some club in baltimore trying to support herself and her young daughter. She's you know basically la into a session with pretty much. The best session musicians in the world as she instantly looks around and sees what's wrong and takes commanded it just speaks volumes about herself. Regard her gives her maturity at the time. And also we keep coming back around to this theme. The musical potential she saw in graham. That made everybody put up with him and their harmonies are like no one else's harmonies. Obviously they're so beautiful and she thought it was worth it and she took a stand and let's hear some of those.
"terry melcher" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will be back on Monday. I promise you But for right now I'm speaking with remember the actor James Hampton. Well between James Hampton and his wife, Mary. They have produced a book. Anecdote stories. About James's career. Over 25 year career. In front of us being on TV. Foreign films. And speaking of TV. He had a Regular role on the doors day show, James Sampson. And Hey, you get to act act with Probably the sixties. Most popular actress of all times during stay And a gentleman who I always looked at one of the one of my favorite character actors. John dinner. And Jimmy have any Comments about Mr Dinner. Obviously. You're Doris Day. Well, you know, Doris, and then and then also he was in. I think three different shows with Denver pile. Um, he did the door Stay show was Denver. He did Dukes of Hazzard He played Jim played Sheriff Buster Moon on this haphazard and then he was also in a A wonderful little movie produced by the the folks that produced Benji about bulldog called humps. And It was a true story about camels in the cavalry, um and enjoyed working with never I I did not. You know, I haven't heard any stories about the other gentleman. But of course, Doris, you know, I mean, who wasn't in love with Doris Day? I mean, she just You know, she just was one or she could do everything she could sing. She could dance could act and she was just crazy about Jim. We had moved to Texas and I guess about it. We've been here a couple of years. And they, um Released the DVD of the door stay show and the phone rang one afternoon and I picked it up and in a very familiar voice said May I Please speak with Leroy be symptoms And you know, Of course, I know who that is. And I said, Well, Leroy has gone to the store. May I take a message? And she said, Would you let him know that a former employer has called and I'll call him back in about an hour. And she sure did. And from then on doors would send us a A fruitcake from Actually an apple cake from Dom de Luise used to have a bakery. Kind of like, I don't know if you guys have it, have it there in Boston, But like, Oh, gosh! What is the name of that? Thank you. I can't remember now. It's not. Of course I can. But they make fruitcakes. And and I don't think they're two human beings on the planet that like fruitcake, even more than endorse did, And Jim does. But as she used to send us an apple cake, and Jim would send her a throughout the Collin Street Bakery to Collin Street Bakery, famous famous Amos, or they're okay, and he sent her a fruitcake every year and And they talk on the phone couple times a year. And what a doll and she just adored him. But she never called in him. Michelle was called him Leroy, and he never called her doors. He called the dodo. That was her nickname. Yeah, I've decided the character does what? Everybody called her. Yes, Yes. Did she realize the power she had Over. Male movie and TV viewers. Well, um, you know, I think that she did realize that she had some power because, uh, she you know, at the time she was like the highest paid television. Are You know, ever. Um, you know, for this sitcom on by think she She had a commanded a great deal of respect, um, from from the predominantly male Uh, driven entertainment business on DCI was a sharp, sharp, sharp woman, and you know, and she at 49. She was forced to go to work. Um and her. Her son, Terry Melcher was very, very helpful in helping her kind of re, you know, revamp her career and she had a unfortunate Situation with a lawyer and a and her husband, Marty Melcher, who passed and after he passed. She found out that she was she was broke, then. Yes, they did. Like how you say I am trying to. Uh yes, but But you are correct, sir. Um, and so she had to work. And and I mean, what a hit. You know what I mean? Who would've ever thought she would have been here? But I mean, after all, that lengthy career to be 49 years old and you got TV now, my they very favorite door say movie in the world is with six You get egg roll I love That movie. Barbara Hershey's innit Brain Key Senate. It's I Love that movie. How little he went, Um You know, Amanda, and she was she was lovely lady. I don't want to get off the subject of James Hampton. But I loved the three movies she did with rock Hudson. Loving care back. Send me no flowers. And what was the third one? That Keller talk Uh, yes. Itwas pillow talk. My point is, those movies worked so well and the two of them On screen were magic. Rock caps and endures day. There are there are actors who have that chemistry and they certainly did. And, you know, I think Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan Have that same chemistry they movies together. Yeah, I had Tom Hanks in the early part of his career as a guest. Yeah. He could fly by the seat of his pants when the camera was on him. Oh, sure. Yes, he was. He is still so good and look at the roles he takes now. They're all Period pieces and one he's back in the old West or two. Well. Keep giving off the beaten track. I want to talk about James Hand. Everybody's connected to James Hampton, though, so.