17 Burst results for "Tex Ritter"
"tex ritter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Anybody related That's a great song. So what got you back from the well, My heart family found a home when I married Connie Smith and I was started feeling bad, and it was time to grow up. Get on with life. So that's what happened. You got into country music at such a young age. You were Wth 13. When you started performing on the road with Lester Flatt. I was so how did you get to tour with him? My friend had actually been traveling When I was 12 years old. I went on the road for the first time with a Pentecostal gospel bluegrass group from the South Col. The Sullivan family gospel singers. They were huge regional stars down in our part of the world. And they played Pentecostal churches. They played a camp meeting revivals, bluegrass festivals and George Wallace campaign rallies. And that's all summer house that went on the road that summer on fell in love with the lifestyle of the road. I've got to wear clothes the way I wanted to wear my hair goofy. Let cool people stay up late top music 24 hours a day, and I got a little bit of money for it and fell in love. Applause in the spot Light. Charmed. We just write on it. And so when that summer was over, it was time to go back to school. The solvers dropped me off at the edge of Philadelphia, Mississippi, and I felt like the circus had dropped me off at the edge of town and going on without minute killed me and I got kicked out of school a few weeks in because I was reading caught reading a country music song around a book inside my History book in the teacher. God came up behind me. So if you get your mind over that garbage and get it on to history, you might make something out of yourself. Smart, Alex. Well, I'd rather make history and learn about it, and they expelled me and I called a friend of mine who worked in Leicester Flats Band who had offered That have become the Nashville And just ride the bus with him for a weekend. So Lester gave his permission. My folks gave their permission, and that was Labor Day weekend of 1972. And Lester heard me playing in the back of the bus put me onstage and the crowd like I loved and he offered me a job at the end of the weekend. So it was kind of like that scene in the Wizard of Laws for life goes from black and white to color all in one sweep, and that's what happened to me. Let's hear how you sound when you were 13 and on the road with Lester Flatten. This is when you are on the porter Wagoner Show TV show you're gonna be doing a song called when the Bluebird sings and Lester Flatt sings for first of your kind of singing echo on and then and We'll also hear you take a mandolin solo. Okay. Okay. This is the 13 year old Stuart with Lester flat on the Porter Wagoner TV show. Me. That was a 13 year old Marty Stuart. First time he ever put me on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. I was hoping my folks were listen. I knew they were They put me on stage to play the mandolin and so little understanding my tiptoes to get up to the mark a phone at the end of the song. The crowd just kept going and going and going, and I thought I'd done something wrong. I looked at him and he had this look on his face. It's just pure delight. In what I do, he said. Do it again. I felt great to get so much applause. At the age of 13. It's called an operate moment when something really happens good at the Grand Ole Opry, and at the end of all that, plus, I turned around and all of a sudden there's there was Roy Acuff. And there was Bill Monroe, Tex Ritter. And there are all these musicians that have been there for years, and they knew something was going on and they showed up for and it was like looking into the face of the old Testament of country music. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. But it totally made things happen. It made things different around here for me. And you played with Lester Flatt until his death right in 1970. Yeah, I did. So can I ask you to play for us? A song that was very influential to you early on when you were when you were growing up a song that made you fall in love or that helped you fall in love with country music. And that you've tried to emulate yourself as a songwriter. Well, Terry, we had a wonderful radio station on our hometown is still on their w L c. 14 91,000 watts of pure pleasure, And it was.
"tex ritter" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"A chance to know my uncle very well, but he knew he meant a lot to me. Many times at dinner he'd say Hey Dad tell me another story about Uncle Nimmer. My tearful replied Bennett was it's okay. He had a great life. He lives on in me. That means he lives on a new so just where your last name with pride. Several hours later I was at my office, thinking about that exchange with Bennett I started to feel regret and saying that it seemed so cliche like an overproduced line from the final scene of a Disney movie. If I learned anything from working with Uncle Nim. It was that details matter I owe it to Bennett to share these details of that legacy that glossed over previously I suspect you'll benefit from it to. As much as I resisted I, was shaped by a powerful environment in my teenage years, I would much rather been playing baseball and drinking beers at a pastor party with my friends. Instead I spent summers and Saturdays working long days on the family farm. The rules of this game were clear work hard. Couldn't time was when the work is done? Respect your elders the end. We know tribal communities. The elders are the wisdom keepers, and they are held in high regard. Uncle name was that tribal elder for me. I spent countless hours around him in my youth. I took for granted that he was planning seeds time like a good corn crop. These seeds planted cultivated irrigated and nurtured would later reveal a great harvest. As you wish and want you. Don't speed up this love of the farm. A happens in due time. All, the training was on the job training. I would later greatly appreciate that it was really life training in disguise. I'm sure many more memories and lessons will flood my mind after I'm done writing this, but here six timeless Nim lessons there are always top of my mind. One. A quote from him worked fast done quick. Time and effort expended are largely irrelevant. It's results that matter at the end of the day. To another quote better to have it and not need it than need not have it. Meaning wasted time and Motion Sin When we'd go to the fields to work on machinery. The protocol was to fill an empty five gallon bucket with a required tools, and of course, a bottle of wd forty, hanging off the side. He tell me to get the tools. Ready at load up the bucket with everything we needed. He'd inspect the bucket and inevitably throwing a couple more items along with the aforementioned proverb, Aspera to have it and not need it the need, not have it. Fast forward twenty years to two thousand ten. I am a brand new dental practice owner. And it asked my dental assistant for an instrument during a procedure. She says Oh. I didn't know we're going to need. She get up. Leave the room and come back with a needed item as I calculated the wasted time in my head. So we documented the setup protocols. Then we took photos of the perfect procedure setup as a reference still. I didn't know we're going to need that. Frustration continued until I articulated the magic phrase. It's better to have it and I need. The NITA and not have. Problem solved. Number three another quote. Be pissed off than it is to be pissed on. Meaning everything in life is relative. And you can always shift your perspective in a moment. Number four leadership isn't always pretty sometimes, it means a pat on the back. Sometimes it means a kick in the pants. Oklahoma certain to call me out. When, he saw I was cutting corners sometimes didn't feel. But it was always the appropriate message at the appropriate time. Number five details matter perfectly straight. Irrigation pipe does not significantly affect. The water flowed down a row of corn. Straight off a win, rose wouldn't matter when you were feeding it to the cattle, but particulars affect your reputation and reputation always matters. Plus if you paid attention to the details, you earned the right to be proud of your work later. Alkyl nimh would occasionally point to the things he had built around the farm. He'd say something like. You know who that Ben Right there. And before you had a chance to answer, he exclaimed yours truly. Number six. It's okay to mix a little play in with your work I. See him in the shop hat on backwards welding masks down fixing something or other. He'd see you. There need happily break from what he was doing for. Just a moment. Lift up the mask and dance along smooth concrete floor to the music of the local am radio station. It would make his nephews laugh. We call that patent side to side movement the Nemi Shuffle. You'd heard one hundred times and it was always funny. He tell you a story like the one about the time he made somebody mad, and they got out there Boeing Arrow and shot him. He was able to outrun there because. He was pretty fast in those days. It was a close call because he quote could feel the Arrow poking at his back as he fled. Who Holler celebrating a much-needed rain as we go around in the pickup and shut off the irrigation pumps. He'd breakout and song without warning. Rye whiskey by Tex Ritter. Three Irishmen by who knows or sometimes something a little less appropriate. I was back in Nebraska less September. My Dad asked me if I wanted to see uncle. Number I of course took him up on the offer. I got to spend a couple of hours with him..
"tex ritter" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Sixties with Johnny around do not forsake me all my Darlington all this the do not forsake me old mine I do not know the fate awaits me I own why must be most we all live ray even harder call in my we we do was an out and lose my fair hair do you that being and hi she is in would be my life for he is in one do we for say a beer or mine don you made that promise says abroad revenge I don't believe in not all that I need you by I saw well I think under the circumstances we better give equal time to tex Ritter over this because he was really in the movie Texas false me old mine all need is Monday not me all my we waited a long do not know what the we Ole Ole M. us the the hold on thanks love and photos and I lose my you that and move along news we made a vow than states the life is free do you false me old you made that are you we didn't the we very interesting version same song big hit so the academy award winner is what it was from nineteen fifty two a we got two more years to go so we better hurry along with.
"tex ritter" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"And the way. She raises her hand at the end of the scene as going out the door. That's great direction and great editing. She goes to clutch him. She goes to go to him but of course he's already Out The door right. I meant to look this up. What did she say to him in Spanish? And what does he say back to read that. It's something like we haven't spoken in a year and I know or something like wow. That's also oh great that they allow the use of language to allow them to have a private moment. It's also such an interesting character. The acknowledgement of his principle of his being a man but still being frustrated. It's the final exchange of if you're smart you'll go. I can't but the fact that she's able to say I know There's a scene later when he's like. Why does everybody want me to leave the fascinating thing of his moral stance which looks crazy to literally everybody else in the movie? Nobody else understands. And I think that that's that's such an interesting dynamic. Because again it undercuts the heroism in a way that I think makes it more about the principal. Carl Foreman understanding that there is his understanding on both sides of these conversations. So when she says I know I think what he's doing is using the screenplay put in a little understanding that he wasn't getting from the people that surrounded him as you can write a screenplay and create a wishful thinking environment where someone understands what you're wrestling with and call his actual life. Unfortunately he didn't really get at any. Subtlety he just simply got cut out of the company had to leave the country and then in an even further kick up the ass from the State Department had his and his family's passports revoked while he was in London so he couldn't come out and even go work in another country in Italy or somewhere else he couldn't leave England because he had no travel documents so he was literally just isolated in another reminder of today what actually happened was over time the judicial branch of government said said. Hey wait a minute. That's a little too far. You got allow these people to have their passports and those were returned and people were allowed to travel. I see how many years it was. It was a couple years. Yeah justice was not swift or speedy but eventually through the Supreme Court or some case it was ruled. That you can't do that right you can. Maybe prevent them from working or have blacklist formal or informal. But you can't take an American citizens right to travel away from them and again why why could you. Why would you of course is simply to make make an example of a person to try to break them? It's interesting about the HVAC. Situation is when McCarthy got involved later in the life of the hearings He took it too far or by going into the system itself yes it was his exploration into Republicans and into other branches government where the State Department system itself. Finally we said. Hey wait a minute. That's okay to do all. Those Pinko commie down. Hollywood don't come around here. Everybody associates McCarthy with but this has been going on for you. The Hollywood Hollywood. Ten were all blacklisted. And forty-seven and this was being made. Let's came out in fifty two so let's say between three yes. It was already three years. Yes this was not an abstract extract thing. I JUST WANNA mention. The score was unique for. Its Time Dmitri. Thompkin composed the music from the main title. The words were written by someone else. The songs performed by Tex Ritter. Chris Color me dumb. I had no idea tex. Ritter was the father of John. Ritter I didn't either and the cinematographers son. Is David Crosby. So all these familiar faces. Crosby from crosby stills Nash and young his father was the cinematographer and actually did a wonderful job in. Hr We talked in the beginning about one of the things. Things that characterizes Westerns is the wide open vistas and depending on what year the technicolor beauty of that sort of thing and this was the exact opposite. Yeah Floyd Crosby was the cinematographer who had worked cinnamon a lot as they put it shot without filters giving the landscape a harsh newsreel quality that clashed with the more painfully cinematography of John on Ford's Westerns. That's from the Book Fred Cinnamon and the cinema of resistance and it makes such a huge difference after I am somebody when we talked about out of sight last week when saying about it can be frustrating. Sometimes when a prison is so overdone you check out because it just doesn't seem realistic so too. Sometimes with Westerns and stuff it can be either chewed thirty two gritty or it can be chew idyllic and this I think because of as they put it the newsreel quality of just the simplicity of the way that it was photographed it just seemed very unreal. In a way that heightened the tension thought it looked fantastic. And it's also one of the first times. I guess a movie that they repeated this musical sequence throughout the film teased sees it as a theme man became a big hit for Tex Ritter. The movie opens with that thumping sound which is very different from a lot of other western Westerns more orchestral shores. And you see this lone cowboy as it turns out who has no lines at the whole movie. Lee Van Cleave and cleaves first moving had no lines. It wasn't he supposed to play. Frank Miller the bad guy not Frank Miller but Another one or do you want to get alternate gasoline or no before that I want to say that The other thing about the open of the movie. There's something else interesting about that. What was it Was The music. What was it I've lost it the credits. No the tree he was on now. Now it's gone. It's it's a salient deeply. Felt point that now. They're not going to get the report taken together as they're gonNA they're gonNA have to remember saying four. Oh I remember but I don't remember what it was. We haven't talked about the cit not you or C. C. You but in this case the EU. I loved IT I. I love that I can now rely upon you. Bring forward the Colombo cinematic cinematic Universe Moves Matic Universe y honestly I mean the rest of the cast is fantastic. You you got the major from Mash. Everybody's fantastic in it and even to the smallest roles including a name that I had never heard of Howland Chamberlain to hotel clerk very creepy character all of this small characters in this. Everybody really seems to have an inner life. What was interesting as he is? One of the characters like Lloyd. Bridges or Morrison Suddenly Bridges Howland Chamberlain was blacklisted. Right after this and didn't work for many many years. He was somebody directly touched by this heroes of the blacklist in reading. I would add kirk. Douglas seemed to have acquitted himself quite well as an ally and friend going through this era and particularly spartacus putting his name and fame and credibility on the line for the person he wanted to write the Philly. But the one thing that I did want to say about Thomas Mitchell Thomas Mitchell who plays is the mayor and a friend of Kane's yeah is also probably better known. I would think uncle billy in. It's a wonderful life right and what's fascinating about. This is that to being that connection action. Is that this movie is almost like a reverse version of. It's a wonderful life right there. The whole thing you so lucky to have all these friends and all the good deeds done comes back to him whereas here we'll canes sounds good deeds of the exact opposite you got nothing nothing to nobody will cain Thomas Mitchell. I don't know if you know this is not the you. But the C. T.. You he played played. Lieutenant Columbo in prescription murder which was a stage adaptation of the first script for Colombo which actually started started will brain. There were a bunch. Played Columbo blowing my mind writer for the mystery theatre they produced prescription murder then. The writers writers didn't adaptation of it for the stage. Which had Thomas Mitchell in it which was doing an out of town tryout And then he died before it got your house he could have been Columbus. Might have been Colombo. Yes and then actually when they were casting Colombo for NBC's wheel of mysteries or whatever. It was that he'll have missed there. Hasn't they wanted. Lee J COBB sure But but he was like no without saying but that was very interesting to see that Thomas. Mitchell had played columbo Colombo on stage and died from N.. died from well not from playing Colombo. That wasn't the cause of his death was it. I haven't seen the getting die. onstage in Johnston on Saturday the Dow's wrestler so John Wayne through the reading in the making of high noon emerges as ever a troublesome hard to pin down down often fucking evil character with these flashes of humanity and connection amidst all of that betrayal and overt patriotism used as a hammer and his sort of fascism really here in defense of American more than ideals as defined by. However it's funny during this era is when he gave the famous playboy interview yes that recently went wildfire on the Internet to say like? Hey Wow turns turns out. John Wayne was a piece of shit. WanNa shock and he says all these horrible things about pretty much everyone yet. He had this interesting relationship with a lot of the people. Involves the making of this film including Stanley Kramer Including Call Format including Gary Cooper cary cooper whose career very much needed the shot in the arm and he won an academy me word for high noon as best actor and he was not able to accept it in person so guess who came out to accept the award in the actions of the winded John. John Wayne will accept the award for Gary Coupon. I'm glad to see that. They're giving this to a man who is not only most deserving but has conducted themselves throughout his years in our business in a manner that we can all be proud of open. I have been friends hiding in facing for more years. And I like to remember is one of the nicest fellas Alison No. I don't know anybody any nicer. And our kinship goes further than that friendship because we both fell off a horse's into pictures just to get it not that I'm through being such a good sport spouted good sportsmanship. I'M GONNA go back and find my business manager. Surin agent producer and three name writer and find out why I didn't get high noon instead of Cooper. I can't fire any of these. You very expensive but I at least run my nineteen thirty Chevrolet into one of their big black new Cadillac. Pretty Good Oscar. Acceptance Speech. He delivers delivers it. Really well for you know he would never been caught dead being in this movie. He was aware of what this movie was about long before it ever came out. Yeah he hated it and in fact. What's the movie he made in answer to high noon Rio Bravo which is like the total opposite hero? Ideal real high noon is to southern man as Rio. Bravo is too sweet home Alabama. Chris so I was thinking wait a minute. Let me just make sure your analogy holds up again. High noon is to kneel dot night Neil Diamond Neil Young Song Southern Man Southern People News.
"tex ritter" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Here again the refs during the week helps in those guys here my cadence you know things like that get into the huddle yeah the more you do it the more comfortable you gonna be and we can so clean some things up you know we had a couple penalties and that's kind of one set us back at times but overall you know but that was definitely clean Russell other stores around the NFL the ravens destroyed the Texans forty one to seven falcon stop the Panthers twenty nine fifty rejected the victory over the red skins thirty four seventeen pay thanks be to Buccaneers by the same score thirty four seventeen if I can get a win over the Broncos twenty seven to twenty three despite a one point being down twenty nothing at the half the bills get a win over the dolphins thirty seven to twenty cold stop the Jaguars thirty three thirteen eagles and patriot still under way pager cleats seventeen a ten twelve forty five you go in the fourth graders and bangles and the fourth is well just under eight minutes there raiders have a seven point lead forty Niners and cardinals in San Francisco cardinals lead twenty six twenty three four and a half minutes to go the ticket of the desk to just give her more than ninety several of the TV dot com this is game day sensors on ninety seven one ticket from the game day uncensored studio this is Jeff Krieger all right ninety seven when the ticket generator hanging out with you last half hour they will send you to bear risen rams on Sunday night football couple quick ticket tex Ritter I don't care what you say the lions were.
"tex ritter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Watching it yeah travesty unless your bet the Lakers right did you know okay eighty year in and be a better I I am but I did not touch this game a lot there's a lot of money right now on the Mavericks plus one half an hour for a fact that is not my money right a lot of people upset with that fan defense or does lebron going to the rack look at two point four to go he's a a foot away and then he fires it to the corner and Danny green knocks it down there after a pump fake but right here where lebron's going hard to the rack what do you do when I mean just let him go and everybody stay on their own man if you're there I mean just just pathetic defense but you know what that's right give mark Cuban a little bit hard bring their factor in big detox for tex Ritter role in action Monday through Friday ray here eight to ten on the flame thrower Katie W. and lots of great listeners have come by the studio over here the Ghazi stadium over the last couple weeks it's great to see a lot of you and of course once the note about Starbucks Bubba Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday right here in the beautiful Venetian plots of aplikasi stadium and I do follow both places it is great to be set up on location and on Friday nights having these two guys with me makes time fly got a lot of college football to get into the NFL as well when we left off we were talking very anti Vandy itself Carolina next came on the docket of course Vandy one of the law one of the wind for Tony Sanchez in a decisive win in Nashville awhile ago Tony under pressure now is going to really buckle down hold to win his last four games according to athletic director director does indeed Desiree French what it had to be bowl eligible see how that all pans out right now South Carolina in Columbia minus fifteen and a half and it's a South Carolina teen that we'll have a live ski at the helm they gave up four hundred and eighty five yards to Tennessee that hurts shy Smith Brian Edwards pretty good games how bad giovane can walk through a seventy five yard touchdown pass it's pretty pretty unique there but then he comes in ball has saw a hostage off the by a twenty one fourteen win against zoo in their last outing key show on VH1 hundred twenty on the ground or no I'm sorry ninety six on the ground in a touchdown in eighty of IT ways on four receptions in a touchdown Brad your take on his Dante team because the offenses stagnant at times but South Carolina you know they they they have that work he went against Georgia but still inconsistent hardly fifteen and a half yeah I agree to Katie my firings call for but man I just don't think it you're paying a cheap price here if you're on the way South Carolina I think it's a bad spot for the Gamecocks zero Vandy coming off a bye I'm a big fan of sept one minus fifteen I'm going to take honors going to Baghdad yet but I will be betting South Carolina Vanderbilt can't pass they can run but South Carolina is unbelievably good against the run they run the ball well themselves let's get a big arm they've got a lot of athletes in their second ever seen your.
"tex ritter" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"After his real name was William Marber he was from very comfortable very comfortable background his father was an investment banker in Baltimore who didn't didn't cared for bill bills choice of music or his career of Clifton was very important in the of endurance and popularization of bluegrass music he hell one of the first bluegrass festivals a one day affair in nineteen sixty one later on bill went to Europe proselytize for overtime music and bluegrass their lives and and England for a long long time working in the folk clubs he also had a song book that to a used to pass around listen to a bit of a hundred fifty time country gospel songs before that we heard Mainers mountaineers of real infection the song used to saying that a lot but but back in the good old days of Threadgill's bar in north Austin and we start out the service tex Ritter doing you'll have to pay Steven how would it do it do it they need to do anything else all caught up so we'll get through all these songs again hope you've enjoyed today's show hope you'll get a keep listening to his each Wednesday Jim Martin he likes to call himself the king a bluegrass era he was but he was a mighty fine singer and bill Monroe of course loved his his lead saying in in a guitar playing in the band that bill had after flight instructor left good Ole country song and Jimmy does a great job on it is called the sunny side of the mountain just when I.
"tex ritter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Doug green in the new Ken burns series on the history of country music green serves as an expert on cowboy songs focusing on Hollywood's famous singing cowboy Gene Autry green is also the author of a book about the history of the singing cowboy his best known as the lead singer of the western band riders in the sky which has won two Grammys with a fellow band member he co host the Sirius XM radio show classic cowboy corral on the channel Willys road house how did you get interested in cowboy music. well a lot of different ways mine grandparents were finish immigrants lived in the northern peninsula of Michigan. and they listen to the national barn dance so a couple of my uncles order to cheap guitars from Montgomery Ward begin weighing in a way Adam and when I was about eleven I pull that guitar uncle Hank's guitar off the wall and began going in on it I self and he's saying and my uncle Arvid saying and we lived in California for a couple years because my dad was in the navy for awhile and in those days in the fifties there was a lot of music on television I used to run home from school to see sheriff John I want to be in the fund brigade and he sang at Doyle del had to a TV show spade Cooley had a TV show town hall party was on and I just fell in love with the image and the the music of the west you know kid doesn't know a lot about broken hearts and feeling sorry for yourself and falling off the bar stool but a kid can relate to be in on a horse and singing with your friends in the great outdoors and I just fell in love with western music and I heard the third it lives first with the band that Knott's berry farm which is become a big amusement park now but they had a a campfire at night and cowboy band would sit around singing songs and the romance of it completely entranced me. on your satellite radio show on Willie's road house we'd play cowboy songs your partner in the band plays the role of the side kick because there's always a side kick in westerns you know whether it's like Pat breeding years you know with Rodgers R. smiley Burnette with gray which in archery so this site kick is named in your work side meet and every time I hear that I think we how did they come up with that name so you can explain that to me. well every psychic has to have a name you know nobody there either fuzzy or or Gambia process and some sort of funny name and you know side meat has a very fascinating story he was one of the original cowboys that drove the herds up the Chisholm trail after the civil war and after the cowboy days were over he went panning for gold in the Yukon where he fell into the crevasse of a glacier and was flash frozen for seventy five year. what with global warming he we found him just as he was falling out and added into our crews are cook and our side kick hi I love that you came up with such an elaborate back story for him. yes he co host with me I I provide the information and he interrupts and asks the obvious question yeah he's got the voice of the grizzled lone prospector he certainly does Debbie Hayes was his hero no doubt about it let's have a little bit about the fun and the absurdity of some singing cowboy movies I mean like the Gene Autry movies for the most part are really like cheap looking you know and other big fights just like somebody punching each other throwing a chair over someone or jumping out the window. there is like a standard tropes that were in all of them but you know you had to have a way for the singing cowboy to saying so sometimes you'd be singing in the saddle sometimes he be serenading his girlfriend sometimes this is him his girlfriend will be singing duets on their horses but sometimes you'd be singing with his guitar and suddenly this invisible string orchestras behind. so can you talk about some of the beauty and some of the absurdity of the singing cowboy films. well they were fantasies you know nobody dressed in with those glorious outfits that they wore and then they would have a fight and then his head was completely clean and his clothes were completely clean it was just a wonderful fantasy of of living in the west and as far as the orchestra coming up behind the sage brush I think Mel Brooks did that beautifully in blazing saddles when they. riding through the desert and there's the Count Basie orchestra. I am the captives. one of the ways of getting music into western movies that didn't have singing cowboys and then they just had a couple ways was to have a theme a title theme that was a song and I think the most successful version of that was the theme for high noon which was sung for the movie bye tex Ritter and leading for later Frankie Laine had a big hit of it so we should hear that let's talk about a little bit talk about the importance of of that song. it's very interesting story on that because the the it wasn't part of the original movie and then when they screen that they just felt they needed something really special and. it happened to be tex Ritter who just said that magnificent unique voice I mean you you knew it was the second you heard it. and he just to really brought it home with that pounding beat and the. sense of man I say this doom yeah it has a very good word for it there is yes there was a sense of doom that he brought to that and a great sincerity which he projected always and it's songs whose of brilliant communicator and then he was actually my favorite singing cowboys I was a kid this is as of June because the song is about what the movie is about which is that the bad guys are common to seek revenge against the sheriff and the insurance knows he's gonna be out numbered but he can't Dayak Howard so he has to stand up to them even though it might be the end right his wife played by Grace Kelly is a Quaker she doesn't believe in violence the town is all afraid of Frank Miller and his gang and the Gary Cooper has to stand up to him it's a great film is really beautifully shot sure and Dimitri Tiomkin is more like the great movie composers wrote the score for this and I think he wrote the song too he did Ned Washington was the lyricist wrote the lyrics okay so this is tex Ritter singing high noon and one more thing about tex Ritter had a really low bottom to his face when he wanted to is is. so here's the thing from Hainan do not fall seek me you'll. all this. false me all my we went along. do not know what. only in knoll. the. as the theme from high.
"tex ritter" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That's Bob Wills and the Texas playboys. I guess does Doug Green lead singer of the Western band end riders in the sky. He's featured in the new Ken Burns. PBS Series on the history of country music. We'll talk more after a break. Also listen back to my nineteen eighty eighty eight interview with grateful dead lyricist Robert Hunter. He died Monday and Maureen Corrigan will review a book about one of the most famous poems of the twentieth century. She says it's the kind of poem people reach for in Times of trouble. I'm Terry Gross and this is fresh air this message comes from NPR sponsor capital title one with the capital one saver card you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment that means four percents on milkshakes with the kids and four percents on music with your pals. You'll also earn two percent cash back at grocery stores and one percents on all purchases now when you go out you cash in capital one. What's in your wallet terms apply. Let's get back to my interview with Doug Green. In the Ken Burns Series on the history of Country Music Green serves as an expert on cowboy songs focusing on Hollywood's famous singing Cowboy Gene Autry Green is also the author of a book about the history of the singing Cowboy Roy is best known as the lead singer of the Western band riders in the sky which has won two grammys with fellow band member. He Co host the Sirius. XM XM radio show classic Cowboy Corral on the Channel Willie's roadhouse. How did you get interested in cowboy music. A lot of different ways as my grandparents were Finnish immigrants and lived in the northern Peninsula of Michigan and they listened to the National Barn dance so a couple of my uncles in order to cheap guitars for Montgomery Ward and began winging away at him when I was about eleven I pull that guitar Uncle Hank's guitar off the wall and began weighing in on it myself and he sang and my Uncle Arvid sang and we lived in California for a couple years because my dad was in the navy for a while L. and in those days in the fifties there was a lot of music on television used to run home from school to see Sheriff John. I wanted onto the fun brigade and he saying Doyle Dell had a TV show spade. Cooley headed TV show townhall party was on and I just fell in love with the image and the the music of the West you know a kid doesn't know a lot about broken hearts and feeling sorry for yourself and fallen off a bar stool but a kid can relate to be on a horse and singing with your friends and the great outdoors and I just fell in love with Western music and I heard heard it live. I I with the band at Knott's Berry farm which has become a big amusement park now but they had a campfire at night and cowboy band would sit around dancing and songs and the romance of it completely entrenched me on your satellite radio show on Willie's Roadhouse when you play Cowboy Oh boy songs your partner in the band plays the role of the side kick because there's always a sidekick in Westerns you know whether it's like Pat Brady or you know with Roger Smiley Burnette with which in autry so this site kick is named in your work side meet and every time here's how did they come up with that name so you can explain that to me. Well every sidekick cast heavy name you know nobody there either fuzzy your or Gabby or have some sort of funny name and you know side meet has a very fascinating story. He was one of the original cowboys that drove the herds words up the Chisholm trail after the civil war and after the cowboy days were over he went panning for gold in the Yukon where he fell into the crevasse glacier sure and was flash frozen for seventy five years and what with global warming he we found him just seems thawing out and added added into our crews are cook and our sidekick. I came up with such an elaborate backstory for him yes he he co host with me. I I I provide the information and he interrupts and asks the obvious question he's got. The Voice of the grizzled old prospector certainly does Debbie Hayes was his hero. No doubt about it so let's talk a little bit about the fun and the absurdity of some singing cowboy movies. I mean like the gene autry movies for the most part. I really like cheap looking you know and are the big fights is like somebody punching each other throwing a chair over someone or jumping out the window there just like standard tropes that were for in all of them but you know you have a way for the singing cowboy to sing so sometimes he'd be singing in the saddle. Sometimes he'd be serenading girlfriend sometimes he and his his girlfriend Ruby Sing duets on their horses but sometimes he'd be singing with his guitar and suddenly this invisible string orchestras behind so can you talk about some of the beauty and some of the absurdity of the singing cowboy film well. They were fantasies. You know nobody dressed in and with those glorious outfits that they wore and they would have a fight and then his hat was completely clean and is closer completely clean. It was just a wonderful fantasy of of living in the West and as far as the orchestra coming up behind Sagebrush. I think Mel Brooks did that beautifully beautifully in blazing saddles when riding through the desert and there's the count basie orchestra behind the cactus one of the ways of getting music into Western movies. That didn't have singing cowboys in them. They're just head. Cowboys was to have a theme a tidal title theme that was a song and I think the most successful version of that was the theme for high noon which was Sung for the movie by Tex Ritter and leading later Frankie Laine had a big hit of it so we should hear that bit Batak about a little bit talk about the importance of that Song very interesting story on that because they the it wasn't part of the original movie and when they screened it they just felt they needed something really special and it happened to be Tex Ritter who just had that magnificent unique voice. I mean you you new was the second you heard him and he just really brought it home with that. Pounding beat and the sense of men say this doom yeah has very good word for it there yes there was a sense of doom that he brought to that and a great sincerity which he he projected always and it songs who's a brilliant communicator and Dave was actually my favorite singing cowboy when I was a kid dum because the song is about what the movie is about which is the bad guys are coming to seek revenge against the sheriff and the Sheriff knows he's GonNa be outnumbered but he can't Dia Dia cowards so he has to stand up to them. Even though it might be the end right his wife played by Grace Kelly's quaker she doesn't believe in violence. It's the town is all afraid of Frank Miller and his gang and Gary Cooper has to stand up to him. It's a great film is really beautifully. Shot sure here is Dmitri. Thompkin is one of the great movie composers wrote the score for this and I think he wrote the song to he did Ned Washington was the lyricist wrote the lyrics uh-huh okay so this is Tex Ritter singing high noon and one thing about tax writer. He had a really low bottom to his voice when he wanted to. Yes yes he did so. Here's the theme from Hina. Do Not Forsake Me Olma.
"tex ritter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Doug green in the new Ken burns series on the history of country music green serves as an expert on cowboy songs focusing on Hollywood's famous singing cowboy Gene Autry green is also the author of a book about the history of the singing cowboy his best known as the lead singer of the western band riders in the sky which has won two Grammys with a fellow band member he co host the Sirius XM radio show classic cowboy corral on the channel Willys road house how did you get interested in cowboy music. well a lot of different ways my grandparents were finish immigrants lived in the northern peninsula of Michigan. and they listen to the national barn dance so a couple of my uncles order to cheap guitars from Montgomery Ward and began playing in a way Adam and when I was about eleven I pull that guitar uncle Hank's guitar off the wall and began going in on it I self and he's saying and my uncle Arvid saying and we lived in California for a couple years because my dad was in the navy for awhile and in those days in the fifties there was a lot of music on television used to run home from school to see sheriff John I want to be in the fund brigade and he's saying it Doyle del had to a TV show spade Cooley had a TV show town hall party was on and I just fell in love with the image and the the music of the west you know kid doesn't know a lot about broken hearts and feeling sorry for yourself and falling off a barstool at but a kid can relate to be in on a horse and singing with your friends in the great outdoors and I just fell in love with western music and I heard heard it live first with the band that Knott's berry farm which is become a big amusement park now but they had a a campfire at night and cowboy band would sit around singing songs and the romance of it completely entranced me. on your satellite radio show on Willie's roadhouse we play cowboy songs your partner in the band plays the role of the side kick because there's always a side kick in westerns you know whether it's like Pat breeding years you know with Roy Rogers smiley Burnette with right which in archery so this side kick is named in your work side meet and every time I hear that I think how did they come up with that name so you can explain that to me. well every psychic has to have a name you know nobody there either fuzzy your are Gambia have some sort of funny name and you know so I mean it has a very fascinating story he was one of the original cowboys that drove the herds up the Chisholm trail after the civil war and after the cowboy days were over he went panning for gold in the Yukon where he fell into the crevasse of a glacier and was flash frozen for seventy five. what with global warming he we found him just as he was falling out and added into our crews are cook and our side kick hi I love that you came up with such an elaborate back story for him. yes he co host with me I I provide the information in and he interrupts and asks the obvious question yeah he's got the voice of the grizzled lone prospector he certainly does Debbie Hayes was his hero no doubt about it let's have a little bit about the fun and the absurdity of some singing cowboy movies I mean like the Gene Autry movies for the most part are really like cheap looking you know and other big fights just like somebody punching each other throwing a chair over someone or jumping out the window. there is like a standard tropes that were in all of them but you know you had to have a way for the singing cowboy to saying so sometimes you be singing in the saddle sometimes he be serenading his girlfriend sometimes this is he in his girlfriend would be singing duets on their horses but sometimes you'd be singing with his guitar and suddenly this invisible string orchestras behind. so can you talk about some of the beauty and some of the absurdity of the singing cowboy films. well they were fantasies you know nobody dressed in with those glorious outfits that they wore and then they would have of a fight and then his head was completely clean and his clothes were completely clean it was just a wonderful fantasy of of living in the west and as far as the orchestra coming up behind the sage brush I think Mel Brooks did that beautifully in blazing saddles when they. riding through the desert and there's the Count Basie orchestra. I am the cactus. what are the ways of getting music into western movies that didn't have singing cowboys and then they just had cowboys was to have a theme a title theme that was a song and I think the most successful version of that was the theme for high noon which was sung for the movie bye tex Ritter and leading for later Frankie Laine had a big head of it so we should hear that. but they talk about a little bit talk about the importance of of that song. does very interesting story on that because the the it wasn't part of the original movie and then when they screamed at they just felt they needed something really special and. it happened to be tex Ritter who just said that magnificent unique voice I mean you you knew it was the second year to. and he just to really brought it home with that pounding beat and the. sense of man I say this doom yeah it has a very good word for it there is yes there was a sense of doom that he brought to that and a great sincerity which he projected always and it's songs who's a brilliant communicator and they he was actually my favorite singing cowboys when I was a kid as of June because the song is about what the movie is about which is that the bad guys are common to seek revenge against the sheriff and the insurance knows he's gonna be out numbered but he can't die a coward so he has to stand up to them even though it might be the end right his wife who played by Grace Kelly is a Quaker she doesn't believe in violence the town is all afraid of Frank Miller and his gang and the Gary Cooper has to stand up to him it's a great film is really beautifully shot sure and Dimitri Tiomkin is one of like the great movie composers wrote the score for this and I think he wrote the song too he did Ned Washington was the lyricist wrote the lyrics okay so this is tex Ritter singing high noon and one more thing about tex Ritter had a really low bottom to his face when he wanted to is is. so here's the thing from Hainan. do not fall see me all my. all need is. false me all my. way long. do not know what the. 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"tex ritter" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The US futures falling as well as some p futures down forty-one Dow futures down three hundred eighty one after a gauge of manufacturing output in China fell into contraction territory for the first time since may of two thousand seventeen and you as investors are looking back at at twenty eighteen that saw the S and P down six point two percent here in the US today. We're watching for an update on December manufacturing activity. Looking ahead at Friday. We get the December jobs report from the Labor Department net. Flicks is expected to announce a tired Spencer Newman has its chief financial officer after the video game publisher activision blizzard said it planned to fire him for 'cause unrelated to the company's financial performance for net flicks. The hiring move would bring an executive based in Hollywood, and that brings more. Experience in the movie making capital for net. Flicks. Gina Cervetti, Bloomberg radio. This is CBS January. Second nineteen sixty five. Good. Beatles of the top of the singles chart for the second week in a row. Miss Dana one thousand nine hundred seventy four singing cowboy Tex Ritter. John ritter's father died of a heart attack due. At six pm. And January second nineteen seventy six. The release of the Barry white album. Let the music play. I'm Brandon Brooks and back. The.
"tex ritter" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"In my hometown of ESTES park. Colorado. -vivor mentioned I'm from there. Ever brought that up for. Half a mile from Rocky Mountain national park. At one point. They were gonna do. I think it was called a Johnny horizon. But they were doing a Johnny horizon concert. It was gonna be in the national park was not necessarily a well-publicized thing. But it was a VIP deal. And so they set up a stage someplace in Rocky Mountain national park, and they ran power to it. And the owner of the radio station said. Here's your big shot. Handcock UM. See it. And so I go out there and meet this guy named ROY Clark. And this guy named Tex Ritter. And his son John who's just a little bit older than me. John ritter. Putting a big name when anything at the time. So I am see this thing. Tex Ritter gets up and plays a couple of songs, and I told my grandmother later on that I had done a concert with Tex Ritter and she nearly fainted because apparently he was in her day. He was quite the heart drug. And then I introduced ROY Clark. And ROY Clark gets up on the stage, and it's kinda overcast and raining kinda drizzling a little bit. Roy Clark gets up on the stage. And he couldn't have been forty five seconds into his I saw that all of a sudden he blew the fuse box and all the power went out. And we didn't have the ability to get the power back on. And I rocked ROY Clark with about four hundred people surrounding the stage in the middle of Rocky Mountain national park, cool out an acoustic guitar and stand there for an hour and twenty minutes with no PA system and knock. Everybody's socks off. The guy was such an unbelievable entertainer and had a great sense of humor and just a great wit to him. But boy when he when he attacked an instrument. It was for real. And when the concert was over we all went to the Stanley hotel world-famous Stanley hotel in ESTES park for a reception. And it was even more limited. I mean, it was limited to like seventy five or eighty people. And so I sat in a ballroom with Tex Ritter and ROY Clark. And John Ritter. And about eighty VIP's from the park service. And but this was like, my first my first celebrity ever interview ever was Wayne Newton in an Arabian horse show up in us. And this was kind of like my I m seeing gig. As a radio deal, and I was scared to death. What ROY Clark could not have been nicer. And I think since that I said I've never done this before. So I hope I don't do anything wrong. And I just remember him being just just may put me at ease and just being a really cool guy better the reception afterwards. As after you know, most of the people left after about an hour. And so all the sudden at ten o'clock at night, I'm sitting in a ballroom in the Stanley hotel the same ballroom where I wandered into Bob Dylan, and Roger mcguigan and company. Practicing for the rolling thunder revue concert same ballroom. We every time I go into the Stanley did just recently, I walked back to that ballroom because I've got so many memories in that ballroom sitting back there on chairs with John Ritter, and ROY Clark and tax Ritter and probably two or three other people because they were staying at the hotel and just shooting the breeze talking and so on and so forth. So I've been a ROY Clark fan ever since. And I was sorry to hear of his passing today. Eighty five years old and really just the impression I got with him. That night was this guy is the epitome of her performance. When everything was going against him. He relied on his talent. Boy, he had a bunch of them. Unbelievable stone thirteen after three o'clock. We're on our way to the WBZ newsroom and Mike Doyle a homeless veteran and a.
"tex ritter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This is the Morgan show Morgan white junior right here on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. You are probably the most son about sang about radio trivia, bumps. Yeah. Since since I'm trying to come up with a name. I. Since since major Bowes. Since quiz kid since I get the point information, please. I was great. That's an oldie. My first introduction to Charlotte Rae was on the old TV show car fifty four she she was Lewis's wife back the first time they used her. It was not as MRs Dwayne snouts at his wife. She's just a housewife. That lived in the fifty fifty third precincts rain, right? That was distraught about whatever plot issue came along. And she did such a great job. Net hyphen decided to bring her back in a semi regular role. As the wife of twins schnauzer, Sylvia. Schnauzer housing. Very good. So that was the first time I noticed something like that happening on TV series. And she was funny as MRs schnauzer on car fifty four and she was certainly very funny as MRs Garrett on different strokes. Garrett on the facts of life and facts of life, also. Yeah. And her career lasted well into the nineteen ninety s so she had a decent retirement. So what's next Rex? This was. This. This was half of a of a musical duo popular TV in the sixties and seventies. And I'm gonna make way for my dearly departed friend, Mr. Tex Ritter who going to introduce the person that I'm talking about Tex. Let's hear from you..
"tex ritter" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Married, I gotta be buried negative five twenty billion dollar rig came off the bench last night that he is thrilled about it. So. Yeah. That'd be happy, man. Make twenty million bucks is to sit and watch a basketball game. Yeah. It'll have to be nervous about losing again. Fresh new pair of shoes. I didn't lose. This game force has just sit right here next to the guy in the suit a funny how they make those guys wear suits. But the other guys look like, they're they're underwear. Right. Very it'd be a happy medium somewhere between. Loss of pressure to the family of Tex Ritter died at the age of hundred yes, indeed Wellesley class act that at the age of five hundred ninety four. He. The basis for all Batard offenses. That's right. Six rings in Chicago. Taking a historical. Class act class. Even better off the court not moving much more slowly today than he did two days ago, though. Might have to wear a heavier knee brace this weekend. Why did he have a sex injury with that race car driver girl? They may have. They sent it on the pole position. She hardly ever qualified for the pole. If you know what I'm saying. I don't even know what I'm saying. The Packers QB didn't practice today. That doesn't really say this a practice. He does. Okay. He plays a little bit. Geragos talking to a regular person. After Thomas's tour to France tro, Mosley the dick Girard incident. Shropshire talent you wouldn't have done that last Armstrong offered to let tapas bar. What is seven trophies swear to God? I didn't know that was the son. I thought it was a midget rat. I I. Because he didn't have a misshapen head. It was tragic, but Larry. Great alcohol late. Why don't you stop? Possibly. As a my turn again back to you. Stop a a happy fifty seventh birthday to Steve Young. I don't care about him. I don't care about special lefty and happy twenty nine th birthday to Michelle. Lee. That I care about the gals. The Gulf skirts you do. These auditor those things I could never tell you watch a lot of women's golf. Tours.
"tex ritter" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Longer. She was also an actor back in the day, right? Yeah, they did a couple of movies together and stuff like that, and. And that's that was obviously your dad's folks? My dad's folks be weird. If your mom's dad's name was Tex Ritter that would be weird or or your parents were related something. So I'm going to do this decided, okay, name. It's better predicting about six minutes that decisions get a change. Bring back out. Change your mind, but so what will be hard for all of us here to understand? I think we're all probably curious about is my goodness. My friend. Hundred is I will not be shy trying to. I wonder if it's better here if the seat spend. No, no, this is great. I'm just figuring Ritter is so pissed at you right now. Having he's downing Dame. It's just sit in the fucking chair. It's a chair, sit in it. You're going to give me kicked out of whole country music hall of fame posthumously though. I'd never know. But I think we're probably none of us can relate to. And then in our fantasy, it's much different experience, albeit it's probably not. You're pulling focus Jason. This is something you didn't parenthood. I shouldn't be shocked doing here. You inherited your father's crate, physical comedy. Podcast. You should feel what I'm doing with this. Mike, you guys at home ritter's on one hand upside down. These holding the Mike with his cheeks right now. Which is hard to do only three actors in the in the country that can do it. Thank you. So I guess for me, when I think of your life has a grandma and grandpa are you know, successful actors and then your parents are successful actors. I just I guess I have a fantasy of what that's like, but but now that I'm raising kids and their parents are actors, I guess. I don't think they're childhood seem so different than minded. I mean, we live in a house and stuff, but we're you, how aware of the uniqueness of that childhood were you need them like every kid's grandad's in the hall of fame or not? Well, I think you know, I think you it takes a while for any child to realize that people have different sort of like lives than than you start to get a become aware of things at different times. But yeah, for initially, I didn't know anything was straight, you know, I, we would be walking around somewhere and someone would come up and tell my dad that they loved him or something. And I'd be like, yeah, me too. We all do just sort of course. Yeah. The only thing that I guess I, I really did think that somehow he was like the combination of of not fully understanding how the technology worked and also seeing like. Honey, I shrunk the kids and stuff like that. I thought he was drinking down and walking into sitcoms are usually. Oh, that's so cute. No, there's not a lot of like closeness, like kind of like a little shoebox Dirye. I did think he was shrinking down shifting to be, and I do remember the first time that he was like there on the screen and in the room. And I was like. But yeah, yeah. Very soon. I started to realize you start spending the night other kids houses right. Guys like a Bank or whatever the hell. Yeah, yeah, I did. I did start to. I start to started to realize I knew start to take slumbers at strangers homes. Yeah, I did take zone us experience as a kid. Isn't it? It is. Yeah, people's houses smell different than yours. Yeah, they bomber they can. Yeah, great scans that or great or great. Just the ones that on my head I walk in there anything I'm going to be able to get through this leap over like smells like Jim socks and bacon and baked beans. There was one night where I was staying at my friend's house and I had a lot of asthma as a kid growing up and I forgot my inhaler this night. I usually had it in my fanny pack. I had it with me at all times, but I went to his house and we fell asleep and I woke up and I had asthma attack, and usually I would wake up my parents, but I didn't know what the protocol was that his house. So I, I wandered around the house for like three hours like a creepy little ghost. Good. Waiting for someone in the house to wake up and just kind of getting Greer and just like I want saw me, they would have been terrifying. They around. Possession in the middle? Yeah. Finally there like his mom woke up. She's like, clutch. Yes. Klatt. No, she had like a robot. She must've heard like a rural. Chillier. Right out of the icebox.
"tex ritter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of links as to. Flag etiquette my computer doesn't work So I'll just take what she wrote in. Front of the links American flag etiquette rules and guidelines. Charlie for senators it is the day of death and gay after If that's. The, case then, all this hoopla that's going on about the president Flying the flag at half staff on Saturday and Sunday and. Raising it back, to full staff today is exactly what we're supposed to do that being said let's go back to something that charity said about, twenty minutes ago if you. Drive by somewhere in the flags at. Half staff people can, probably figure why and I would agree with that wholeheartedly But then wouldn't. That be incorrect wouldn't you be displaying I don't think that, you can just with the. Flag of the United States of America For lack of? A better phrase I don't think you can just willy nilly flying however you feel like There's protocol Your personal shell? Of respect I don't. Think so so there. In lies question. Number two Can you do that. Don't think so Right now that might might, computer was working for about ten minutes and I got a whole. List of your list? Of saddest songs Whispering win by, Mandy barn neck after millions he stopped loving her today George Jones Country music's. Got it has to have. Lord yes Big list let's see here's one j Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers. Last kiss from the sixties nineteen sixty. Four Caesar's says oh no. By the Commodores the coldest day, of my. Life by. The Charlotte's not familiar Tex, ritter's just beyond the moon we're back into the country category And George. Jones the grand tour grant torture The chair there's I. Used to bring me there's there's the door there's. The bad word of this Yeah exactly Thanks. George Jones and if I, got one I got at least ten tears. In, heaven Eric Clapton Danny boy Alice says all I know Danny boys. Danny boy the. By calling and now know, the rest of here's another tears in heaven Clark Park happens to cut my. Hair so knowing Clark like I, do I don't know if he's Because I don't have song He say the saddest song of the mall mall's called this. Woman's work by Kate Bush I'm going to. Have to what's, my computer I working again I'll go look lyrics 'cause knowing Clarke it could be something that's anything but sad from Mike Emerson lake and Palmer's Salvi which we all know is French for that's life Who knows who cares for me say, live and has got kind of a funeral dirge sound to it as well And let's say from Carol mister lonely Bobby Vinton Only. Mister lonely Difference by the way I would just is there a difference between lonely and lonesome I know there's a difference between long lonely and alone Tells me all? The, time if I. Left you you'd be so lonely no I'd be alone Nice It'd be kind of like being. Alone.
"tex ritter" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Demand the legal representation behind the book intel lives yes yes who else is in is who else one of the one of the guys from the eagles brinkley's x to lineup three girls bend them over on a couch disgusting stucco sorry news joe wants remember oh tim the draw doing the news guys in there sorry happens when we're around so that must have come out must have been a big seller i'm guessing you guys right it was so big that ritter scowl rated as well so he wasn't in a good mood that's day the kissing and telling doesn't go both ways because i don't know who it was written by who was said something like by lisa tiffany sharon and tracey yeah yeah just last name max pat any other celebs highlighted in their kimmel in there i don't think in them still looking all i know is john ritter had a nine half sex marathon why me you know that his dad was country singer tex ritter yes all right well we'll put that on the put then the research trae and also make a research trae then me when you've been popped on a book and replying to orlando i think i'm gonna get divorced what are you gonna do drink but he was a really nice guy by the way someone wants to write that i had sex or nine and a half hours in a book yeah do it yes you may take that privilege.