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"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"With the cover dated November 9th and featuring a photo of John Lennon in the film how I won the war the original inspiration for the magazine was bump a magazine based in California which preceded the existence of the role of Rolling Stone liberal rag I subscribe I know you do oh that's a good question though that's a good trivia question what was the question what was John John Lennon's character's name in the movie Oh private grip weed sounds like mash on November 22nd 1967 George Harrison begins recording tracks for Wonderwall music there's Lou right there buddy first solo on my beetle yep his first solo album in London he continues the recording in Mumbai and as we all know Oasis goes on to write Wonderwall in tribute to that album and George Harrison really yep they were very inspired by the Beatles actually if you listen to their music or this little hints of Beatles in there there's big hits of people listen listen I love Oasis but they've been flat-out ripped them off but you know what it's you know much balls it took to do that yeah you're right you're like day and they they actually did it because they did it good for a good five years six year run Oasis ruled the world yeah they certainly did well they'll be back they're gonna talk now they're not let me see December 7th Otis Redding records overdubs to sitting on the dock of the bay he had recorded it on November 22nd December 8th Otis Redding in his backup band bar case play a popular nightclub Leo's casino in Cleveland Ohio this is to be Redding's last performance two days later he and four of the six bar keys are among the six people who die when a Beechcraft model 18 plane in which they were traveling crashes into Lake Manoa Manona Manona in Madison Wisconsin one of the worst air tragedies in entertainment history and the worst since the day the music died one survivor of the plane crash yeah uh let's see December 9th during a performance at the New Haven Arena in New Haven Connecticut Jim Morrison indoors becomes the first singer to be arrested on stage having earlier been sprayed with a can of mace backstage he was charged with inciting a riot indecency and public obscenity the charges are dropped several weeks later due to lack of evidence did you know they sold out every single show they ever did really at one point they were the number one band in America you know people wanted to see what Jim was gonna do he was creating a stir there well yeah the spectacle but every show once they once that album dropped every show after they sold out every show there was no one else like them no there's live recordings in them at the Roxy yeah you know early early early December 15th 67 the who released that third studio album the who sell out love that album it's a concept album no Heinz baked beans they are the kings of concept albums Heinz baked beans formatted as a collection of unrelated songs interspersed with faux commercials and public service announcements the commercials are fucking hilarious yeah it's got my favorite whose song one of my favorites that is for miles ah yeah great so I don't know December 25th Todd Sockman celebrates his first Christmas okay we got it in there what did you get for Christmas or for I don't it's his first he doesn't care he doesn't know he'll make he's probably gonna wait is that the last big event for that year Scott or is there one after him is there one after him oh this is a lot after him trust me yeah yeah he's not ending the no way he's not into the I would not know I'd make something up so he doesn't end this segment it's no fucking way I'd let that happen but I don't have to make it up because on December 26th the first telecast of the Beatles magical mystery tour on BBC one in the UK is shown it's shown in black and white it upsets McCartney because it ruins the intended psychedelic color effects suck I didn't like that I remember I saw it when I was young like late at night and I remember that they're on a bus and I'm like this is freaking boring they're like talking yeah yeah that's the best parts London in the movie I think okay and he was by far the best dancer I know your mother should know whatever there's a dance sequence but I think yeah he had the best movies of the Beatles also finishing up this one let me see Perry a script would have helped yeah let me read it like him it was a script would have helped I I think and to end the segment also in 1967 they don't give a date the International Society of bassists is found by Gary Carr yeah there you go like the drummer shaking his head back in it back in the day you said you know to call a bassist with a pager an optimist that wasn't worthy say bye-bye three times penalty box wow he's he's he's hot with the info horrible with the jokes all I know in the Canadian score three goals I'm happy but I'm not here we go and he's back with the dog nose a baby Todd Sockman played he got his little weights for his Christmas and then he is then on New Year's Eve he's playing the tambourine that's how strong he was his little baby weights redheaded Arnold Schwarzenegger he was baby weights bands that were formed in 1967 oh this is interesting yeah right bands that were formed in 1967 the Jeff Beck group right blood sweat and tears I was it you Lou that said last week that they were considered like a second-rate Chicago mark said that was it mark that said it I always heard everybody say that when I checked them out and did a deep dive they weren't they just had horns yeah I was just about to put you in the penalty penalty box just for saying that last week let's rent is is a very good band if you listen to their greatest hits it's one of those oh shit oh shit yeah and the irony is that you know when they start the Al Cooper started the band but then they had room out yeah right when then he got David Clayton Thomas and the Brian Jones story right yeah also formed in 1967 blue oyster cult oh yeah and was it Stony Brook College in Stony Brook New York possibly the greatest rock and roll band of all time they're a great rock and roll band this this somebody just heard that you know or they they're greatest song about a monster though Godzilla I get a better song about a monster I'm probably like anyone ever they were actually they were also called Nosferatu oh so they also formed in 1967 Chicago yeah first-rate blood sweat and tears so they so check it they came out at the same time yeah yeah so it was like a race to the horns like who's gonna be the bigger horn section a lot of horns the grassroots at the same time I would think though the blood sweat and tears came out of the block fast right Chicago kind of came out steady and then they blew them away well the first the first blood sweat and tears album was not a big thing right okay but then the second record I think was the one that but I think Chicago right out of the chute was it Chicago and they put out such a massive load of music from 69 to 73 they loved it they did also formed in 67 the climax blues band I am so into you that's the letter rhythm section oh okay climax blues band is um what is it well they're the Scottish man what's their hit I think couldn't get it right it couldn't get it right so that's kind of like brandy in dancing in the moonlight like you get the client I'm so into you and yeah mark was the other song from climax they say I love you was a big hit that was a big hit yeah oh I like this one add a song called mole on the doll I love that that's great okay let's move on from climax blues bit we're getting too deep blue yeah like a blemish on a pineapple another band formed at 67 Creedence Clearwater revival they suck three minutes segment Lou just said blues the cow was the greatest band ever and then he says I will sucked what you're on battle line you've got Godzilla and you've got fortunate son your show will be a recap of this show four more days till I kick your ass pal oh shit all right okay referee I got one for you also formed in 1967 elf Oh Ronnie James deal I've got their album Perry you know I'm a CCR he knows you did you just I apologize to my friend that's so good for my days I don't have to put you in the penalty box and you just don't have a back down Lou I'm not backing down he said you don't back down remember those old TV movies when it had the music and it would be going like I'm sorry Perry hey you know who was also formed in 67 Fleetwood Mac the version no one ever listened to I listen oh I know you come on then play on with oh well that was a great app was the Bob Wells years was that listened to that was after yeah they've got a lot more listeners with those years you know he's the only one not inducted into the Hall of Fame that's bullshit they didn't induct them with Fleetwood Mac no at all as a solo he was he was excluded from for bullshit he wrote a few big hits for them missed he did he he held the band together between the Peter Green cultish ears and Stevie and Lindsey but yeah yeah but you know he did some good stuff with them he pissed off Jimmy Iovine that's what happened yeah inventors a prick yeah his first solo album was good yeah it was really good I was called smoking a cigar on the cover no it's the ones got ebony eyes and isn't that his first and sentimental lady and sentimental lady I think it's called French kiss you are correct yes listen Scott is on it you were on tonight man I'm all I'm always on I'm just too busy hosting you two fuckers you're like an associate professor I'm scared of what's gonna happen next so I'm putting myself in the green person Bob well cheap Bob well sued the band legal issues yeah gee go figure that one a rock guy sue another's band his former band you're like you're in the Eagles and you sued Don Henley you're not gonna be with them when they go into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame no that's right no I older fuck that formed in 1967 you dropped a bomb on me baby you dropped a bomb on me come on the gap band okay yeah they didn't they they hit like 80 yeah 78 yeah 79 80 and once they hit like they would just they just started pumping I don't know what dynamic changed yeah and that's when didn't fire formed around like the late 60s too right yeah but they were big in the 70s yeah yeah like Earth Wind and Fire the Genesis formed in 67 from Genesis to Revolution their first album before Phil Collins was in the band yeah that's right and Steve Hackett once if I get the band hourglass what are they known for shit I got you were they English or American come on man American our glass yeah I got that squeeze song in my head now mark don't look it up are you are you blatantly googling right now I'm looking at my email Scott I got a natural thing hourglass come on what are they known for like I thought it just did they know Dwayne and Greg Allman oh I don't know Peter Carr Johnny Sandlin and they must shows didn't they back up a recent Franklin believe they did you got me there are other than a soul band Oh basically were because they were backing up Aretha well yeah I thought it like formed in 67 the Jay Giles man I was looking at my email are you a fan of them Jay Giles I like him I like him Dave Phillips yeah the 45s loves them yes I love that crazy soul shit that they did in the 70s they never get considered for the Hall of Fame and they won't unfortunately it's probably one of those bands it's just not gonna get it and not some great songs oh yeah great got lost I think that's the thing about them that you know they weren't there were a party band there yeah centerfold was you know the big thing but yeah yeah I mean magic dick magic thing whamma-jamma yeah Jethro Tull oh stop let me put on my fucking medieval tights some green tights man yeah you know fucking puffy sleep ever and puffy sleeves shut a pirate shirt and jump around with booty with a flute but booty's hey they won the Grammy for the best metal band they're freaking on that's legendary right yes stupid I love Justin I like some of those things formed in 67 Kenny Rogers in the first edition huh well now this one is interesting in 1967 Nirvana yeah an English pop-rock band formed in 66 though the band achieved only limited commercial success they were claimed both by music industry professionals and critics in 85 the band reformed the members of the band sued the American band Nirvana over usage of the name reaching an out-of-court settlement Wow well yeah how much did they get that's that's right who they bought that name buddy money yeah they bought that name formed in 67 Procol harem date you know what never done a show on them probably never will but they pop up like every other show so I never really follow them but my son-in-law loves Gary Brooker and loves them and he got me into them and they did have a good catalog or they just never hit that top-tier success level no but but they also have one of the biggest classic rock songs of all time though yeah Robbie Robertson ripped them for that sound he said they were ripping off the band with that the keyboard you know my dad was a stretch yeah I think they might be doing wondering what the other big hit song was conquistador dramatic dramatic also formed in 67 that grace Dutch band no no no no no no the great that's a bad shocking blue Venus your desire I looked at the video it was hot with the original right yeah yeah she had a great voice too yeah she did fucking powerful doing this to me again powerful voice big voice yeah yeah it's my girls my girls banana my favorite girl band ever they did a good version to love them love them as a matter of fact I think tomorrow I'm gonna listen to the greatest hits album again I love banana Rama it's like a guilty pleasure you're gonna be out by the pool like this and also also formed in 67 finally skid row an Irish blues rock band of the late 60s and 70s they were out of Dublin and it was the first band that Phil Lynott played Gary Moore yeah so what is it with those the bands from the 80s and 90s stealing old bands names can you think about it can you imagine you know how Gary Moore will fire a guitar player you just look at him he's a fighter Phil or not sick late 60s Dublin like man that's like some rough stuff you know right they're really good they played those buckets of blood places you know yeah yeah all right gentlemen give me some give me some information give me some albums on give me something that came out in 67 I know you guys have some I got one give it to me Francis Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos or beam that was the name of the album is Brazilian pop that's got the girl from Ipanema on it their version Boston over thing Boston over thing meditation is a great song how insensitive song I concentrate on you great stuff really good yeah they did a baubles bangles and beads on that they did a couple albums that way that came out 67 there's their shares their live cuts of them are cool cuz just the two of them sitting in chairs Sinatra smoking of course rice rice being Frank yep what do you got mark give me an album from 67 another band that my son-in-law got me into loves forever changes which had one huge song on it yeah alone again or I couldn't remember the name great album yeah really good album I'm gonna give you I'm gonna give you um so bad about Seth from dammit that was on my list sad all my albums mad about me just mad about Seth Rome and she's just mad about me I want to call me are any of you guys like into food like why when I went to buy saffron it's freaking 18 bucks for like two sprigs what the hell it's like a leaf give me a fucking bay leaf was that an album yeah mellow yellow was yeah that was the album yeah the name of the album okay yeah John Paul Jones helped on that album yeah all right your turn blue the electric prunes with the self-titled album the electric prunes haha I think that is one of the best band names of all time it's just you know what their their hit was what I had too much to dream last night do psychedelic sit 1967 psychedelic rock that's the kind of band I if I was if I wasn't in grad school at that point I would have been in that band all right mark give me one it's their fantasy by traffic I believe that was our first album right yeah you know they they're a fascinating band because they had so many different phases you know they went jazzy yeah yeah I'm not a fan I I don't that's about I could never well they had ambivalent em ambivalent to try they have a song title and it's just if you want to screams English Berkshire poppies I love that title that's great it was the best of Shire's it was the worst of Shire's yeah now I'm sick of it you wore me down tonight you wore me down I'm trying to entertain Todd also that came out in 67 are you experienced yeah yeah Jimmy Hendrix foxy lady the Jimmy Hendrix experience all right Lou you're up the mark mark time is it I mean somebody go okay I got it the the rascals with the album collections okay credit says up but it cannot 67 yeah you got mark one of my favorite soul songs ever the album reach out by four tops reach out is a great freaking song yeah yes small faces comes out with a debut album ah 67 yeah born free as free as the wind blows as free as the sky flows I just made that nobody knows the words shitty film of a little tiger baby you know anyone's hasn't good he had some good singles Andy Williams is a great you know he's great singing a great Christmas album mr. Christmas yeah yeah it's good show I used to watch his variety show too yep uh what do you got mark by the time I get to Phoenix by Glen Campbell and as one of my favorite songs of his put out two albums that year but that was one of them gentlemen I am about to announce the greatest album released from 1967 it is not sergeant peppers oh no oh no you're gonna take mine you're gonna take mine no I'm about to now get ready for the greatness the greatness that was Leonard Nimoy presents mr. Spock's music from outer space okay greatest album of 67 how it did not win Grammys Emmys Academy Awards whatever you give that did he cover any pop standards on it oh I'm sure well you know let's let's check a lot of racism let's see where the track listing is track one theme from Star Trek track to alien track three where is love track for music to watch space girls by that's an Andy Williams that's an Andy Williams rip cover track five beyond in Terry's track six twinkle-twinkle little earth right that's just side one side to track one mission impossible track two lost in the stars track three no man has gone before track four you are not alone in track five to finish off this great great epic album a visit to a sad planet and there you have it the greatest album of 1967 I should have saved the best for last I know I know but I just I just couldn't I had to what's the what was the title that album Scott Leonard DeMoy I just lost my Jesus there we go the name of the album is Leonard DeMoy's let me see simply that just happened should have coming up coming up coming up Leonard DeMoy presents mr. Spock's music from outer space it's on Spotify so we can all I just add it as a favorite of mine there's also a compilation that I was looking at cool what did you just say I'm gonna be Jack right now did you say compilation compilation oh I'm from Jersey there's also a compilation compilation you get that here's some Sunday morning coffee listening spaced out the best of Leonard DeMoy and William Shatner oh that's right there I'm adding that to my list too that's every shit mr. tambourine man when did what is Shatner put out his stuff oh that was the 70s or did he do 70s I think yeah did you do any of that in the 60s he did King Henry the fifth Oh Leonard DeMoy does Ruby don't take your love to town I gotta hear that one he also did Bilbo Baggins and if I were a carpenter yeah pretty good I thought that was if I was a Romulan give me an album Oh Lou he does gentle on my mind I gotta hear that oh boy all right okay am I ever um no Europe I'm the fifth dimension up up and away up up in the way here sunshine pop and the beautiful voice my maybe my favorite female singer of all time Marilyn McHugh mm-hmm she's a hottie too yeah she was on yeah yeah all right mark oh the beginning of the illustrious legendary career of the Grateful Dead this year where they release their debut album the Grateful Dead yeah yep now thanks to you Scott I have nothing left because you took all my albums in Europe it's alright we're going to move on to movies yeah I got a lot of movies movies yeah we're gonna do a little let's talk about some movies we like to do that in these year things people like it I'm gonna I'm gonna finish off with there's been a lot of album we named some earlier but uh probably one of the most unique voices in the history of rock it was a I hate that song I hate it I've heard they're a really good band I never know the lyrics I don't know what the fuck you say but I do like that was like 350 pounds it's like John Popper yeah yeah yeah he's debut album can eat saying back up on their albums who did little Richard did he really yeah cold sweat came out in 67 to James Brown ah yeah that I'm vinyl yeah um Oh Rolling Stones brief array into psychedelic st.
"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Let's see. Over in the UK, Close to the Edge by Yes came out and Black Sabbath Volume 4 came out. Yeah, the stoner album of there. Yeah. My first image of Black Sabbath was looking through my sister's albums and I saw the cover and I thought they were like a hippie band because on the cover Ozzy's like, you know, he's like doing that. And this is some hippie band. Yeah. Good album. That ballad. Let's see. November 1972. Catch Bull at Four by Cat Stevens. Big album. Yeah. All Directions by The Temptations. Then a month after it came out in the UK, Days of Future Past by the Moody Blues came out. This, this album, I can't believe this is an album because it's only known for one song and that's the title song that Ben by Michael Jackson based on the album. This is on a stupid movie. Best song ever written about a rat. They should have just left Will It Alone because that was a good movie in itself for its time. Ben, you're always running here and there. It's terrible. Wait, Lou, sitting on that couch and singing, it's disturbing. Ben by Rat. Let's see. Rock of Ages by Band. That's how they got it. Great live album. Yeah. Unleash the Lou on this one. Why don't they just tell you, they just wrote band, not the band. It's the band. I know. I'm like, what the fuck, people? That's a great album. Was that the Academy of Music? It's got Alan Toussaint did the Horn Arrangements, but they did the album with a horn section. Yeah. It's great. It's great. Yeah. If you're a band fan, it's cream. Yeah. Rhymes and Reasons by Carole King came out in the US in 1972. So she had three albums that year. Three albums, yeah. Yeah. And then a month later, the London Chuck Berry Sessions were released in the US. Then you jump over to the Across the Pond. What do we have? Anything? Let's see. Back and Front, Gilbert O'Sullivan. The Best of Bread. The Best of Bread. Great album. Good tournament. In December 1972, getting to the end of the year, Seventh Sojourn by the Moody Blues. Sojourn. Sojourn. Sojourn? Yeah. Is there an R in there? No, it's J-O-U-M. I thought it was Sojourn. Is it R-N? Is it R-N? Yeah. Sojourn, meaning a journey. They have it here. S-O-J-O-U-M. Sojourn. It's like sorghum. Is it a gluten-free album? Sojourn in Gomorrah. Let's see. All Directions by the Temptations. Fourth time you're mentioning that. Yeah, I know. Yugoslavia. Number one in Yugoslavia. Living in the Past, Jethro Tull. Let's go. Did I say Close to the Edge by Yes? Yeah, you did. My favorites. And what song was all that? And You and I, one of their best songs. And I think I mentioned this at the beginning. Summer Breeze, Seals and Crofts. You did not? Yeah, Summer Breeze came out in December. Summer Breeze in December. That's good. And then Santayana. Yeah, I hit the album that made him not popular anymore. It was a jazzy album. Yeah, very jazzy. Like a Miles Davis of that period. Very experimental. Yeah. He ran his course with me. Let's see. What do you guys got for Stuff? You want to go first? Sure. Jackson Brown's self-titled his debut album. What do you do with Doctor My Eyes and Rock Me on the Water? And I got a stye in my eye tonight. And you're talking about Doctor My Eyes. Doctor My Eyes. Pause me. Dave Edmonds put out the album called Rock Pile that had I Hear You Knockin' on It. Recorded. Recorded at Rockford Studios in Wales, which we discussed on the show. Like Rockford, like Rockford Files. Harry Chapin put out the album Hearts and Tales with the song Taxi on it. Remember the song Taxi? Great song. It's a great song. Great song, it is. I put on my Facebook page a couple weeks ago. I had some friends just disparage it. That's a great song. It's a great story. What is it? She handed me $20 for a 250 fare and said, Harry, keep the change. Now another man might have been angry, and another man might have been sad. But another man never would have let her go. That's a pretty good imitation. What's that? That's pretty good Harry Chapin. I got skills, I told you. That's why I'm the lead singer. My favorite song of Harry's is 20,000 pounds of bananas. Nothing beats that. That's great. It's like me with Nelson. It's lime and the coconut. I just love that fucking song. I really do. Only Kermit the Frog can sing that. I love that fucking song. I don't know why. Everybody misinterprets the song. He can't get out of your head. I think a lot of parrot heads like that song too. Yeah. Get out of here. It's island. Parrot heads are done. No, there's going to be a thing now. Jimmy Buffett. Yeah, well good luck with that. You guys know who Lee Michaels is or was? Do you know what I mean? You know what I mean? That was a two piece band. Yep, it was like the precursor to White Stripes in a weird way. You know who the drummer was? No. Bartholomew Smith Frost. Do you join? What's that? Do you join like a band after? Oh, I don't know. It was just something where it was a drummer and a keyboard player. I love that name. Bartholomew Smith Frost. B.S.F. B.S.F. We said that one, right? America did the album Homecoming with Ventura Highway on it and Don't Cross the River. Ventura Highway. See Lee Dan. Can't buy a thrill. It's going to be like Deadheads. It's going to have to be a Jimmy Buffett tribute. Deadheads beat the hell out of Parrot Heads. They don't even fight. Parrot Heads don't care about music. Deadheads don't fight though. Oh, I've seen them fight. How about this? I've seen Sisters Divine. I saw some blood. There's a lot of closet Parrot Heads. I think it's a guilty pleasure thing. Yes, it is. I've seen them on my Facebook page. There's a lot of people paying tribute to them. You're a Parrot Head. So, Lou, you just mentioned Staley Dan. I sent you guys that clip today of Kid Charlemagne live last night in Boston. Somebody posted it. I was like, what the fuck? Did you share it on my Facebook page? I think I texted. I sent you a text. You know what? For such a perfectionist, the guy that spent a one year recording one solo. Why is he letting it get... I don't know, man. I don't know. I just think he's just mailing it in. He's doing it for the money. I talked to somebody today that saw the Madison Square Garden Eagles and Staley Dan. I can't say Staley Dan because Becker's not there. He's a Staley Dan fan. He said, I have to say that the Eagles... Uh-oh. Uh-oh. Mark's cutting out. He's cutting out. He's frozen. Uh-oh. Uh-oh. There you go. Are you there? Yeah. I'm shaking my head so you can see. So he said that he went... How am I? I'm saying I'm having connection issues. Anyway, he said he went as a Staley Dan fan, but he said the Eagles were better. And I think what he meant was Staley Dan didn't sound so good. I think, you know, at the heart of the band, the soul of the band is gone. Yeah. How old is Fagan now? He's going to be 75 or something. Yeah. You have to see how these old guys can sing at that age. He said Don Henley had it. Don Henley sang perfect. They set their bar very high. Yeah. I know Don Henley is very vain and they can't sing. He won't tour anymore. He doesn't want to be up there. Right. In 1972, the Eagles put out their debut album. Glyn Johns. Glyn Johns, yeah. The legend or Glyn Johns. I don't know. Recorded in England. That's right. That's actually the first two records. Yeah. Two or three, maybe. Whenever they recorded with Glyn Johns, they recorded in England. Weird to think. Jim Croce put out... You don't mess around with Jim. I think he was really good. Yeah, right. He was going to be huge. Yes, he was. And Jack said, whoa, whoa, whoa. You can't say that. He was going to be huge. Yeah. He got the posthumous bump, unfortunately. Yeah. But those songs, I mean, the quality of the writing, time in the bottles on that. That is a beautiful song. The guitar playing. All of it is. One of the most beautiful songs ever. Yeah. Yeah. And I think what? Time in the bottles. I think that was written to his wife or something. Yeah. What else you got? Frank Sinatra's version of Bad Bay Leroy Brown is criminal. It's so bad. It's so bad. I got to look that up. It's horrible. Something by the Beatles. Something in the way. It will show. You know, he's being a rat pack on it. That's why I like William Shatner. I like his covers. Nobody can touch him. He's untouchable. Yeah. All right. What do you got, Mark? I got obscured by clouds by Pink Floyd. May never have heard of that album. It's one of my favorites of theirs. It was a soundtrack to a very, very low budget French film. Great album. On the Corner by Miles Davis. He was in a funk period. But Miles Davis doing funk was eight minute jams over a baseline. You know, I loved it. Great stuff. Chick Corea. Now, Lou, you know, Return to Forever. But he put out the album called Return to Forever. So a lot of people say it was their debut. It really wasn't. It was him. Very Brazilian influenced. He's number 10 and the most Grammy nominated artist of all time. Deserves everything. That was that was weird. So last week's show, we did the most Grammy nominees, the top 10. And Chick Corea, this jazz fusion pianist was number 10. Up there with Jay-Z and Beyonce and Michael Jackson. He puts out quality work. He's put out like 50 albums. I'm surprised. I was surprised. That was pretty cool for someone that's in that realm. Yeah. And now you see him and Herbie Hancock. The two of them never aged. So when Chick died, I was shocked. Back in the 80s, you know. Rocket. Did they do Rocket? Yep, Rocket. That was a cool video. That was that was considered a wacky, almost groundbreaking video with the robots. It's creepy. And sit ups or whatever. You remember that one, Scott? What's that? Rocket by Herbie Hancock video. Oh, yeah. With the legs. It was kind of it was creepy. There was one there was one robot in there that was going like it didn't look right. He was just like, yeah, what is he doing? Yeah, yeah. Did you like that? That was my robot imitation. Yeah. OK, you guys, I don't know if you ever heard of Wishbone Ash, but they put out one of the best albums that year, Argus or is it Argus? English band. They're kind of like. Proggy, sort of like folky Prague. Right. But they had a guitar duo that was almost like the precursor of these heavy metal guitar duos, you know. Genesis put out Foxtrot. Now, that had the song Suppers Ready, which is one of the magnum opuses. It's 23 minutes. Peter Gabriel claimed he wrote it when him and his wife had a fever and they hallucinated. Come on. They were doing drugs. It was like hallucinating about the apocalypse. Jesus, the devil. Come on. You were doing drugs. In addition to Machine Head, Made in Japan by Deep Purple came out that year, one of the best live albums. Greatest live album ever. And that's the first thing I ever heard from Deep Purple. So when I put it on, I heard Highway Star live. And when Blackmore comes in for a solo, you just hear Yngwie go, sorry, you hear Yngwie go, come on. And then you hear just Blackmore turn up the distortion, you know, and I was like, I was like eight years old. I'm like, holy shit. And like I've said this before, the story behind that is they didn't want to do this. They didn't want to do any of it. They didn't want to go to Japan. They didn't want to do an album. They don't want to do a live album. And they said, all right, if we're going to do it, we're going to use our own engineers. We're going to use our own people. And it's not getting edited. It's not going to the studio. You're going to get what you get. And what you get is absolute 100% pure live concerts, two nights in Japan. And it was fucking unbelievable. And even back then, people were overdubbing live albums. Oh, absolutely. Kiss Alive was as overdubbed as it got. I think Gene Simmons said only the drums are live on that album. Yeah, it's just so overdubbed. But I mean, Made in Japan is pure live album, as pure as it gets. And those guys were fucking on their game that night. The band, the engineers, everybody involved was on their game those two nights. That's what it takes? And they didn't really listen to it. They didn't listen to it till they got back to the States and they get into it. And they were like, holy shit. Like this shit came out good. I think, I think going to Japan, you know, the fans in Japan are crazy about they like a band. And I think that gave them the confidence. American rock and roll too. Yeah. That's right. That's launched. And then they put out Made in Europe. Didn't compare. No, they didn't.
"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Let's see. Over in the UK, Close to the Edge by Yes came out. And Black Sabbath Volume 4 came out. Yeah, the stoner album of their kind. Yeah. My first image of Black Sabbath was looking through my sister's albums and I saw the cover and I thought they were like a hippie band. Because on the cover, Ozzy's like, you know, he's like doing that. This is some hippie band. Snowblind. Is it Snowblind on that album? Snowblind, Changes, that ballad. Let's see. November 1972. Catched Bull at Four by Cat Stevens. Big album. Yeah. All Directions by The Temptations. Then, a month after it came out in the UK, Days of Future Past by The Moody Blues came out. This album, I can't believe this is an album because it's only known for one song and that's the title song. Ben by Michael Jackson. Based on a stupid movie. Best song ever written about a rat. They should have just left Will It Alone because that was a good movie in itself for its time. Ben, you're always running here and there. Yeah. It's terrible. Wait, Lou, sitting on that couch and singing that, it's just disturbing. Rat. Let's see. Rock of Ages by Band. That's how they got it. Great live album. Unleash the Lou on this one. Why did they just tell you they just wrote band, not the band? It's the band. I know. I'm like, what the fuck, people? That's a great album. Is that the Academy of Music? Alan Toussaint did the horn arrangements, but they did the album with a horn section. It's great. If you're a band fan, it's cream. Never a Dull Moment finally came out in the US a month later by Rod Stewart. Rhymes and Reasons by Carole King came out in the US in 1972. So she had three albums that year. Three albums, yeah. Yeah. And then a month later, the London Chuck Berry Sessions were released in the US. Then you jump over to the Across the Pond. What do we have? Anything? Let's see. Back in Front, Gilbert O'Sullivan. The Best of Bread. Baby, I'mma need you. Good time, man. Baby, I'mma need you. In December 1972, getting to the end of the year, 7th Sojourn by the Moody Blues. Sojourn. Sojourn. Is there an R in there? No, it's J-O-U-M. I thought it was Sojourn. Is it R-N? Is it R-N? Sojourn, meaning a journey. They have it here. S-O-J-O-U-M. Sojourn. It's like sorghum. Is it a gluten-free album? Sojourn in Gomorrah. Let's see. All Directions by the Temptations. Fourth time you're mentioning that. Yeah, I know. I don't know. They just keep repeating these things. They came out in Yugoslavia that year. Number one in Yugoslavia. Living in the Past, Jethro Tull. Let's go. Did I say Close to the Edge by Yes? I did. One of my favorites. And what song was on that? And You and I, one of their best songs. And I think I mentioned this at the beginning. Summer Breeze, Seals and Crofts. You did not. Yeah, Summer Breeze came out in December. Summer Breeze in December, that's good. And Caravan Ciari by Santana. Yeah, hit the album that made him not popular anymore. It was a jazzy album. Really? Yeah, very jazzy. Like a Miles Davis of that period, very experimental. Yeah. He ran his course with me. Let's see. What do you guys got for Stuff? You want to go first? Sure. Jackson Brown's self-titled, his debut album. Jackson Brown. Doctor My Eyes and Rock Me on the Water. And I got a stye in my eye tonight. And you're talking about Doctor My Eyes. Yeah. Pause me. Dave Edmonds put out the album called Rock Pile that had I Hear You Knockin' on It. Recorded. Recorded at Rockford Studios in Wales, which we discussed on the show. Like Rockford, like Rockford Files. Harry Chapin put out the album Hearts and Tales with the song Taxi on it. Remember the song Taxi? It's a great song. I put on my Facebook page a couple weeks ago. I had some friends just disparage it. No, that's a great song. It's a great story. What is it? She handed me $20 for a 250 fare and said, Harry, keep the change. Now another man might have been angry. And another man might have been sad. But another man never would have let her go. That's pretty good. What's that? That's pretty good Harry Chapin. I got skills. That's why I'm the lead singer. My favorite song of Harry's is 20,000 Pounds of Bananas. Nothing beats that. That's great. It's like me with Nelson. It's Lime and the Coconut. I just love that fucking song. I really do. Only Kermit the Frog can sing that. I love that fucking song. I don't know why. And everybody misinterprets the song. He can't get it out of your head. I think a lot of parrotheads like that song too. Get out of here. It's Island. Parrotheads are done. No, there's going to be a thing now. Remember Jimmy Buffett. Good luck with that. You guys know who Lee Michaels is or was? Do you know what I mean? You know what I mean? That was a two-piece band. Yep, it was like the precursor to White Stripes in a weird way. It was the drummer. You know who the drummer was? No. Bartholomew Smith Frost. To join. What's that? Did he join like a band after? Oh, I don't know. It was a drummer and a keyboard player. I love that name. Bartholomew Smith Frost. BSF. Rock of Age. We said that one, right? America did the album, put out the album Homecoming with Ventura Highway on it and Don't Cross the River. Ventura Highway. See Lee did. Can't buy a thrill. Robert Kirkman says that parrotheads are going to be like deadheads. It's going to have to be a Jimmy Buffett tribute band. Deadheads beat the hell out of parrotheads. They don't even fight. Parrotheads don't care about music. Deadheads don't fight though. They don't fight. Oh, I've seen them. How about this? Like this? No. I saw some blood. There's a lot of closet parrotheads. I think it's a guilty pleasure thing. Yes, it is. I've seen them on my Facebook page. A lot of people like paying tribute to them. You're a parrothead. So Lou, you just mentioned Staley Dan and I sent you guys that clip today of Kid Charlamagne live last night in Boston. Did you share it on my Facebook page? I think I texted. I sent you a text. You know what? For such a perfectionist... You and Mark, I sent you guys a text. Yeah, for such a perfectionist, the guy that spent, you know, a one year recording one solo, why is he letting it get... Well, it could have been one bad show though, you know. I don't know, man. I don't know. I just think he's just mailing it in. He's doing it for the money. I talked to somebody today that saw the... at the Madison Square Garden Eagles and, you know, I can't say Staley Dan because Becker's not there. And he went, he's a Staley Dan fan. He said, I have to say that the Eagles... Uh oh. Mark's cutting out. He's cutting out. He's frozen. Uh oh. There you go. Are you there? Yeah. I'm just shaking my head so you can see. So he said that he went... It's insane I'm having connection issues. Anyway, he said he went as a Staley Dan fan, but he said the Eagles were better. And I think what he meant was Staley Dan didn't sound so good. I think, you know, at the heart of the band, the soul of the band is gone. It's just a bunch of studio guys around. Yeah. How old is Fagan now? He's got to be 75 or something. Yeah. Yeah. You have to see how these old guys can sing at that age. Yeah. He said Don Henley had it. Don Henley sang perfect. They set their bar very high. Yeah. I know Don Henley is very vain and they can't sing. He won't tour anymore. He doesn't want to be up there doing less. In 1972, the Eagles put out their debut album. Ah. Produced by... Glyn Johns. Glyn Johns. Yeah. The legend or Glyn Johns. A lot of people don't know. Recorded in England. That's right. That's right. Actually the first two records. Two or three maybe. Whenever they recorded with Glyn Johns, Jim Croce put out, you don't mess around with Jim. Ah. He was really good. I think he was really good. Yeah. Right. I had that argument with Jack and I still to this day say I'm right. He was going to be huge. Yes, he was. Jack said, whoa, whoa, whoa. You can't say that. He was going to be huge. He got the posthumous bump, unfortunately. Yeah. But those songs, I mean the quality of the writing, Time in a Bottle is on that. All of it is. All of it is. One of the most beautiful songs ever. His guitar player, he's a guy, Marty Muehlhausen. A lot of people didn't know that there was a partnership. Yeah. Great guitar player. Just beautiful playing. And I think what? Time in a Bottle was, I think that was written to his wife or something. What else you got? Frank Sinatra's version of Bad Bay Leroy Brown is criminal. It's so bad. I got to look that up. It's horrible. Something by the Beatles. Something in the way. He does this guy. He goes, stick around, Jack. It will show. He's being a rat pack on it. That's why I like William Shatner. I like his covers. Nobody can touch him. He's untouchable. What do you got, Mark? I got, uh, obscured by clouds by Pink Floyd. May never have heard of that album. It's one of my favorites of theirs. It was a soundtrack to a very, very low budget French film. Great album. On the Corner by Miles Davis. He was in a funk period, but Miles Davis doing funk was eight minute jams over a bassline. You know, I loved it. Great stuff. Chick Corea. Now, Lou, you know, Return to Forever. But he put out the album called Return to Forever. So a lot of people say it was their debut. It really wasn't. It was him. Very Brazilian influenced. He's number 10 and the most Grammy nominated artist of all time. Deserves everything. That was weird. Last week, Scott, we did the most Grammy nominees. The top 10. Chick Corea, this jazz fusion pianist was number 10. Up there with Jay-Z and Beyonce.
"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"The guys in ELP, I grew up with Keith Emerson. That was a death that, you know, made me cry. Craig Lake. But I realized years later that Yes just have a bigger volume of work because ELP fizzled out in like 74 after brain cell surgery. Yes kept going, you know, in the 80s. Well, yeah, it did. So I got to go with Yes, but it's tough, you know. ELP's in my blood. All right. Let's see. Low Spock of high-heeled boys. High-heeled boys. Traffic. I don't care for them so much. Really? I like traffic. Jazzy. Ambivalent. All right. Low is just like, he used the word ambivalent. You know what ambivalent is? It's this, the sideways. It's not even down. It's not- Yeah, that's ambivalent. It's not ambivalent. Caesar says ambivalent. You care less. And Madman across the water. Milton John. That came out in February 1972. Let's see. You know what? They have albums that came out in England too. At the same time like T-Rex, Electric Warrior. Let's see. Jimi Hendrix, Hendrix in the West. Paul Simon, Paul Simon came out. They released that in February of 72. That's kind of strange. Imagine John Lennon was released in February 72 in England. In England. Okay. Yeah. Bridge Over Troubled Waters was released in England in February 72. That was like 1970 in America. Yeah. Right? Neil Reed, Neil Reed. Oh. So, March. What's that? Paul Simon's record also came out in America in 72 though. Yeah. But later. But later, yeah. Because he always refers to himself as Paul Simon, doesn't he? Yeah. He talks in third person. Rod Stewart's Every Picture Tells a Story was released in January in England. One of my favorite albums of all time. Yeah. That's a great song. Although my wife recently, I was listening to the song. And it's every picture tells a story, don't it? With Maggie Bell singing. Every picture tells a story, don't it? And we pulled into the driveway and the song's still on and I turned it off and she says, that was a very irritating song. But God bless her. She loves me that much that she just, she didn't say a word. She didn't say turn this off, turn that off. She didn't say any of it. She just waited until we got home, until the song was over. And God bless her. Listen, we have to thank Dr. Vera tonight because this laptop is really helping you. It really is. Oh, excellent. I can tell. So thank you. Instead of doing this little, you know. Yeah, on my iPad. I would try to scroll into my iPad. Lighten up your glasses. And one of my best friends, Mark Talent, again, Where's Fucking Jack? Yeah. You know what? It's like, where's Izzy? Right? And Guns N' Roses. Yeah. Although the sign, where's Izzy? Where's Jack? I don't know. I don't know. I really don't know. I'm not joking. Haven't heard from him in a little while, so. Now it's time to start some tinfoil hat stuff. We think you know. We think you know. Oh, let me see. Did I say? Okay. In March, in March 1972, Harvest by Neil Moon came out. Neil Young. Neil Young. Who did I say? Neil Moon. Did I say Neil Moon? You can take it to Harvest Moon. Holy shit. Harvest Moon. Yeah, yeah. I like that name, Neil Moon. That's kind of cool. Ladies and gentlemen, Neil Moon with his new album, with his new album, Young. Nelson Schmilson came out in 72. Yummy album. America, America came out in March of 72. Let me see. Oh my God. That album was the number one album. The first single was the number one hit. Yeah. That's the name. What a way to start. And they just never really reached that again. They had number ones. But that was like. Oh, this one. I fucking hate. Baby, I'ma Want You by Bread. That album came out. I kind of like Bread. Yeah. Yeah, I know what you mean. Guitar Man? What's the other one? I would give everything. Didn't we go through this last week? You have to dredge this up. Did we talk about it? Did we? I think we did. Yeah. Two weeks ago, I think Bread was talked about. Two shows ago. Now in March, Paul Simon, Paul Simon comes out in America. Right? And Hot Rocks 64 to 71 comes out a month later in America. March. Whereas they were released at the sea in England. All the same. Thick as a brick. Jethro Tull came out in February. Oh no, March. In England. Your love's in the gutter and your sperm's in the sink. Thick as a brick? Yeah. April 1972. Albums that came out. This is the first take by Roberta Flack. Eat a Peach, Allman Brothers band came out in 72. Let's Stay Together, Al Green. Oh yeah. Great band on that record. And in England, let's see what came out. The New Seekers, we'd like to teach the world to sing. Deep Purple, Machine Head came out in England. The best arriving song of all time on it. Highway Star. Highway Star, yeah. That came out in March, April in England. Gilbert O'Sullivan himself, the album himself came out. Gilbert O. And those are the lyrics that will live on forever. Twenty-five years old, my god rest his soul. You're like, give me the fucking razor blade, buddy. It's like Captain Jack to me. You told me that, yeah. I don't look at Captain Jack as depressing as fucking that alone again, naturally. The one that catches the cradle. Don't even give me a razor blade. Just give me a fucking axe to just mutilate. Just cut my hands off and just bleed out faster. Fuck. Slayed Alive came out. Slayed Alive. And T-Rex came out with maybe one of the longest names for an album ever. Prophets, seers and sages, the angels of my ages. My people were fair and had sky in their hair but now. In their hair but now, whatever. It's a fucking whole album cover. Wasn't it a whole album of Quiet Rider covers? No, that's Slayed. T-Rex, that was Slayed. Slayed, yeah. I've actually got that album and I've listened to it and I can't. I just thought I could. Let's see what albums came out in May of 72 in the United States. Did I say First Take? Yep, by Roberta Flack. Some of these are repetitive. Graham Nash, David Crosby came out with David Crosby. Graham Nash, David Crosby. Manassas by Steven Stills. Super group. Do you know who was in Manassas? No. Steven Stills. Chris Hillman of the Byrds. Dallas Taylor of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Joe Lala, we're well known percussionists. A guy named Fuzzy Samuels, bass player. He played with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. He played with America. You know the song? It doesn't matter which of us. That was the big song from Manassas. That was an attempt at a super group. Yeah. Good album though. It was a good album, yeah. The album Smoking by Humble Pie came out. Humble Pie. That was latter day Humble Pie. They lost some members along the way at that point. See, there it was in it. Frampton was still on them, right? Nope, not at that point. No, he quit that early. And then in May, Thick as a Brick came out in America. Let's see what came out in England. Let's see. Bowling Boogie by T-Rex. How many freaking albums did they put out that year? Well, they were big in England. They were just pumping them out in England, yeah. Well, a lot of people were putting out two albums a year at that point. Yeah, yeah. The record companies were hitting them. Not like every seven years now. Then in the United Kingdom in May, Cherished by David Cassidy came out. Ooh! Cherishing. I got my original copy. It's mine. June, let's see, June 1972 albums that came out. That would be the month that I turned three. Jesus, okay. Joplin in concert. Janis Joplin. She died soon after this, I believe, right? Didn't she die in 1972? Aaron Hendricks, they both died. She died during it. During what? The concert? I'm not a fan. Not a fan either. Overrated. That was one ugly dude. Oh, Scott. Maybe the worst mouth in rock and roll. Bowser had a better mouth than Janis. Worse everything. I would date Bowser before I dated Janis Joplin. We got to get an audio clip of that one. I would. Listen, if there was a choice, if it was the three of us on Earth and it's like, who are you going to pair up with? It ain't going to be Janis Joplin. That's for sure. I would love to date Bowser. She's uglier than a bag of skunk assholes. Oh, whoa. That was a good one. Let's see. Exile on Main Street. Rolling Stones came out in June 1972. That's the second favorite album. A Lonely Man by the Shylights. Oh, girl. Yeah. Let's see. History of Eric Clapton came out. I have that. There was a thing called that? It's got some rare cuts on it. It's got blues power on it. But it's also got sessions he did with blues guitarists. It's good. Roberta Flack's album, Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway came out in June 1972. Where is the Love? Where is the love? Yeah, it is. Let's see what came out in the United Kingdom in June 1972. Honky Chateau by Elton John. 20 dynamic hits by various artists. What label? Who are the various artists? Tony Orlando and Don. Yeah. Let's see. Let's move into July. We have a lot of these. Still Bill by Bill Withers came out in July 1972. Live in concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Procol Harum. Yes. Who broke up in like 92 or something. Didn't we just do that last week? Yeah, they did. They broke up like some crazy, like they were still together? They reformed in the 80s and made like really weird music. Like 80s production music. It was terrible. Dem the Yardbirds reformed. Remember that? They put out an album. It was weird. It was horrible. Yeah, that was a resurgence in these old guys. They just make some echoey drums and we'll play out some albums. Yeah, all tried to be relevant in the 80s again. Ain't gonna happen. No, no. Also in July 1972, the album Portrait of Donny by Donny Osmond came out. Ooh, albums. That's a summer album, right? Donny Osmond, you have David Cassidy. First Take by Roberta Flack came out in July 1972. Let's see what came out over across the pond in July 72. Seems like greatest hits, Simon and Garfunkel. Trilogy by Emerson Lake and Palmer came out in the UK in July 72. Do you ever see when you open the gatefold and you see the picture of them in the park on the inside repeating like it's them over and over and over? It's one of the best gatefold pictures ever. And Tom Spillane on his YouTube channel did his own version from the beginning and he put himself in that. Did he really? Yeah, he did a great job. He did it right after Greg Lake died as tribute to it. Where's his YouTube channel? Just look up Tom Spillane. Okay. Should I spell it wrong like they did on the album that he got credit on? Stallone. Mark, I beat you. Schmitty, I beat you. We're at this professional rivalry. I mastered a Stevie Wonder album. It was the soundtrack to Jungle Fever. It comes out and he gets it and Tom Stallone. Poor guy. Let's see. Did I say Simon and Garfunkel's greatest hits? Elvis at Madison Square Garden came out in the UK in July 1972. And I think we already said Exile on Main Street in the UK. Then in August, Punky Chateau comes out in the US. In August 1972, School's Out by Alice Cooper, one of the preeminent kids of that generation must have albums. With the album cover where the desk opens up. And there was an insert in that album that nobody can find. It was a pair of plastic panties that when you open the desk, they were in there. And nobody can try to find an album that has that insert. Probably worth a lot of money. Well, as far as albums go, but yeah, that's hard to find. He did a lot of those because I have Muscle of Love, which was a cardboard album. And you opened it up and it had the Institute of Nude Volleyball or something. The inserts were big sells back then. They were big sells. You mentioned earlier, Mark, Big Bamboo. I have a copy with and without the rolling paper. Because everybody used it. Everybody that got that album, most everybody, used it. Let's see. Chicago Five came out. They're already on five by then. They're already on five by 1972, yeah. Don't they have the record for consecutive years releasing albums? It's like Chicago, like 27 now or something. I don't know if they've stopped, but I think they still put out an album a year. Yeah. Probably now they don't even need a record company to do it. They just kind of put it out there and make music. They do their own thing now. They're not as good as that Russian band that does the covers of them now. Oh really? I don't know the name of the band. It's a Russian band. They cover Chicago and it's amazing. It's horrible. Horrible accent, Mark. Horrible. That was Russian. Is it German? Yeah, really. Well, I am half German. Comrade, more Eastern Russian. Comrade. If you leave me now. If you leave me now. 25 or 624. 25 or 624. Good one. Good one. Let's see. Exile on Main Street. Moods by Neil Diamond came out. Who cares? You know what, Lou, I got that on CD. You had Neil Diamond on CD. Back in the day when dollar stores were really good, they were... Listen. Gotcha. Penalty box from Mark Smith. He's got a Neil Diamond record. Penalty box. I have to talk to Perry about Music Relish with him now. Okay. Mark was ready tonight. Mark was ready tonight. Look it. Oh, yeah. He's had the guitar ready tonight. Because he knew he was going in the penalty box. I think he has to explain himself now, though. Remember when dollar stores first started? They were great because they were mom and pop and they were just getting shit from everywhere. So you would get CDs like they would get them from CDs that didn't sell. So I was flipping through and I saw Neil Diamond, his old shit, before he got popular. So I bought that on CD and I played it and I played it once and I put it away. Probably can't find it. It sucked. I like some Neil Diamond. Of course. Jazz Singer is a great album. Sorry. Love on the rocks. Don't make me do it again. Moving on. A song for you by the Carpenters. I hate that song. The Lynn Russell song. I'll be singing this song for you. The Carpenters that came out in August of 1972. Looking through the windows. Jackson 5. A peeper. Well, being a peeper. Let's see. Gary Glitter put it on the album. Oh, yeah. Gary Glitter. He'll pop up here, I'm sure. He's going to pop up somewhere. He doesn't get the green room for that one. Oh, for fuck's sake. Oh, I curse. Sorry. But it's true. He put out an album. Yeah. Over in the UK in August 1972. Never a dull moment. Rod Stewart. Good album. The Slider, T-Rex. Are they putting out an album a month? They put a ton of them out. That's what I'm saying. Holy shit. Was that contractual obligations? I don't know, but this is like, just from the beginning of there, this is like the third, fourth album. Scott put, Scott said it right. He was huge, so just keep putting out the albums. Yeah. And they sell. Artists should still be able to do that. Artists won't do that, though. Of course. I don't have to work that hard. Over in the UK in August 72, the rise and fall of Ziggy Stoddis and the Spiders From Mars was released. And Bridge Over Troubled Waters by Simon & Garfunkel was released. Then you move over to September in the United States. Big Bamboo, Cheech and Chong. Never a dull moment. Rod Stewart. Leon Russell came out with Carney. Neil Diamond came out with Moods. Did you have that one too, Mark? No, I didn't. I only had albums I liked. And then Honky Chateau was released in the United States in September by Elton John. trilogy, Emerson Lake and Palmer. Seven Separate Fools by Three Dog Night was 72. Carlos Santana and Buddy Miles Live was released in September 72. One long solo. Yeah. Over in the UK, looks like Slade Alive might be the only one that they haven't mentioned yet. Some of these, I don't know how they're repetitive, but October in the United States. Now Carney comes out by Leon Russell a month later, right? Superfly Soundtrack by Curtis Mayfield. I'm your pusher. That's right. I'm your pusher, I'm your rally, I'm that dude in the alley. Can I say that? It's my show. You can say whatever you want. Well, John Lennon's big single in 1972 out of somewhere in New York City was Woman is a Nigger of the World. That's right. That's right. How come that doesn't get canceled? No, that's John Lennon. King of the Liberals. Make him dance. Here we go again. Let me see, Days of Future Past by the Moody Blues. I'm just listening. I'm a fan now. I'm listening. Come on. Yeah. Days of Future Past came out by the Moody Blues. I thought it was all in that. Are they in the Hall of Fame? The Moody Blues? I don't think they are. I don't know. I think they are. You keep talking, I'll check. All right. Yeah, they should be. I'm not a fan, but... All Directions by the Temptations came out in October 1972. Let me see. Seven Separate Fools by Three Dog Night. With a single black and white? With a single black and white, yeah. And the London Chuck Berry Sessions came out in October in the US. Those London Sessions are great. I have the Howlin' Wolf one where Eric Clapton's playing with them and he's scared shitless and he's trying to play a riff and he's picking on Clapton. He's like, you threw all yourself a blues, man. I can't play it. I can't play it. Like he was quaking. That one had Charlie Watts on drums, Bill Wyman on bass. That was a great album. Was Mike Dingling on that one? No, no. I'm talking about Howlin' Wolf. By the way, Moody Blues were inducted in 2018. 2018? That took a long time. Yeah, of course, because they're a real... They're a classic rock and roll band. It takes forever for them to get in. So how does Clapton get such a big, big reputation for a guitar player, but you get like Chuck Berry, like, you know, dogging him? I think Eric Clapton, he hit it big with Cream. I, you know, I had to be removed from it. I grew up with Clapton in the seventies, slow hand and all that stuff. But then I look back and someone's like, Cream, he was Clapton's god. It was written all over England. And then that stayed with him as a guitar hero. And he's great. He's talented. He's talented, no doubt. He set edge early on in his career. He wasn't, you know, he was just laid back. There was also that Clapton as god where, you know, he was known in England, like a lot of word of mouth could do a lot back then. Yeah, that's true. But he did the thing where he sequestered himself away for a year and a half and came out on the other side. Well, he was doing heroin. He's one of those guys that, you know, he went obsessive on his instrument. And I guess if you do that, for a year and a half, he'll come out. So he came out of that scene, but then sort of that word of mouth and reputation. And Cream, too. I mean, you can't deny the power of that.
"tull" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As much as five feet in some areas. North Korea is saber rattling again. They've test fired what is believed be to two ballistic missiles. The two were fired toward waters to the east of the Korean Peninsula and appear to have landed before they reach Japan's economic zone. The north has been upset with the US and South Korea as they take part joint in military drills that started on August 21st. England is accelerating its COVID and flu vaccine program by a month as a new coronavirus variant has been identified. The UK Health Security Agency says that the most vulnerable people will be able to get shots as early as September 11th. The new variant was detected in the UK on or about August 18th and is thought to be better at evading immunity from vaccines. US prosecutors investigating a 2022 Tesla plan to purchase a special kind of glass. The order was flagged by the company's finance and internal audits group. The US Attorney's in Office New York sending subpoenas to a number of current and former employees looking for information on that purchase. Neither the US Attorney's Office nor Tesla have responded to requests for comments. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Securities and Exchange Commission is also looking into this issue. A federal judge has found Rudy Giuliani liable for defaming two Georgia election workers with voter fraud conspiracies. The former New York City mayor next will face a trial to see whether he will have to pay damages and if so how much money. US District Judge Beryl Howell also has ordered Giuliani to pay $132 ,000 to the victims for their legal fees. Now Giuliani's finances have been a prominent feature in the trial the judge says he has till September to turn over all his financial information such as tax returns things like that the Trump ally says he's going to fight any damages and may even appeal on the grounds that his speech was constitutionally protected. Pittsburgh Steelers minority minority owner Thomas Toll is looking to increase his share in the team. Reports say Toll wants to buy the shares of Harris Blitzer Sports and that entertainment group is believed to have bought less than 5 % in the Steelers back in 2020. Tull is who a Pittsburgh native has a net worth of around 3 billion dollars according to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index. The Steelers are majority owned for a long time by the Rooney family. Global News 24 hours By a day more powered than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries, I'm Bloomberg adopt US kids present more than 1 ,200 international firms have already discovered that Northern Ireland is the ideal location for business expansion. We offer unique Tara free access to GB and EU markets as well as a talented workforce. Free company specific training, highly competitive costs and world class infrastructure. There's also a high standard of living business and friendly support. That's why 70 % of new investors reinvest. Choose Northern Ireland more. altogether What to expect when you're expecting a teenager learning the lingo goat G O A T acronym stands for greatest of all all time as in spaghetti sandwiches for dinner. They're my fave dad you're the goat out. You don't have to speak team to be a perfect parent. Thousands of teens in foster care will love you just the same visit adopt us kids .org brought to you by the US Department
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"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Let's see, making it the second highest album of all time and the best-selling hard rock or heavy metal album, as well as the best-selling album ever released by a band. You know who produced it, right? Matt Lang of Shania Twain and Def Leppard fame. Oh, yeah, yeah. On this day in 1980, 10 original Gerald Scafee drawings from Pink Floyd's album The Wall was stolen from the foyer of Earl's Court, London, England, where they were being exhibited. Oh, wow. That's underground shit right there. That's an art heist. That's some underground shit. That's like some millionaire got that shit in his fucking basement or his house in Spain. It might be a guy in Boca Raton. Hey, wait a minute. You don't know what's behind that. There's a secret wall there. Hey, you know it now. Al Capone's in there. They caught me, for the listeners and the viewers, they caught me going behind the Green Monster. There's a whole thing back there. Yeah, you have no idea what's back there. The back end of the Green Monster. There you go. Because the Green Monster in Fenway has it. You can walk behind it. Yeah. On this day in 1975, the Bee Gees started a two-week run at number one in the country. Second number one. On this day in 1969, during a North American tour, Led Zeppelin appeared at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Jethro Tull, who opened for the band, were at number one on the UK album chart with his second release, Stand Up. They have a number one album in the UK and they're opening it up for Led Zeppelin. What does that tell you? That tells you Peter Grant said, you know, they're mad. Yeah, you're fucking opening. No matter. We tell you, yeah. You're lucky you're opening for us. My band may not have an album out yet, but you're fucking opening for us. No, what kind of fucking concert is that? You get some fucking guy jumping around in tights and a flute, right, fucking playing a mandolin and fucking whatever they were doing, bungling the jungle and shit. They were more of a blues band on those first couple albums. Have you ever seen the one that had Jethro Tull? If I had to flip a coin between Jethro Tull and Santana, the fucking coin would land on its, like, north to south. On this day in 1968, after the Beatles had gone home for the evening at 2 a.m., Paul McCartney stayed behind and recorded Mother Nature's Son, taping 25 takes at Abbey Road Studio. The song was on the white album. Wow. Yeah. On this day in 1968, Deep Purple, T-Rex, the Night, Ginger Baker, Traffic, John Mayall, Spencer Davis, Taste, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Arthur Brown all appeared at the three-day National Jazz and Blues Festival in Kempton Park Racecourse Sundry on the Thames in England. What a lineup. On this day in 1967, Scott McKenzie was at number one on the UK Singles charts with San Francisco. Yeah, you know, let me see. Written by. Singles only. Wasn't it written by? John Phillips and Momma's Bums. John Phillips, Momma's Bums, yeah. That was their only UK Top 40 hit. On this day in 1967, the Small Faces entered the singles charts with Itchy Koo Park. The single peaked at number three on the UK chart. The song was one of the first pop singles to use flanging, an effect that can be heard in the bridges section after each chorus. Most sources credit the use of the effect on the song. To Olympic Studios engineer George Chiance, who showed it to Small Faces regular engineer Glyn Johns. Glyn Johns, wow. Legendary Glyn Johns. Yeah, that's that drum break. They flanged it. Oh, yeah, okay. All sound. Yeah, yeah. And finally, on this day in 1964, the Rolling Stones appeared at the New Elizabeth Ballroom in Bellevue, Manchester. Two policemen fainted and another was taken to the hospital with broken ribs after trying to control over 3,000 screaming teenagers. They fucked them up. That's all we got. Fucked them up, buddy. Let's see. Born on this day in 1972, Ariane Salazar from Third Eye Blind. Born on this day in 1963, Whitney Houston. I don't think I have to say anything about her. Born on this day in 1954, I'll give the drum as they do, Pete Thomas. Yup, yup, good. With Hulu? Elvis Costello. There you go, in the attractions. Born on this day in 1946, Baroness Gertensen from Golden Airy. I guess he's the singer, yeah. They were Dutch. Dutch, yeah, yeah. Born on this day in 1944, Vic Prince, drummer with the Pretty Things. He later joined the New Elizabeth Ballroom with the Jeff Beck Group and the Denny Lane String Band. The Pretty Thing. I think they opened up for the Beatles in one of the big, or Shea Stadium American tour. The Pretty Things, yeah. Maybe. Yeah. Wow. And deputized on drums during concerts for the Honeycombs and The Who, whatever that means. Deputized. Maybe he's the second drummer or something. Or had a fill-in for a song or two. Fill-in, maybe, yeah. And born on this day in 1943, American singer Wanda Young. She was a member, and after 1965, the lead singer of the all-female Motown group, the Marvelettes. They gave Motown their first number one pop single in late 61 with? Listen, please, Mr. Postman. Lou always says it wasn't, and that's the fucking answer. Why didn't you just commit, Lou? Why didn't you just commit? Because I'm not sure. I don't like it. Just say the name like you did. I don't know. Please, Mr. Postman. See how he kind of skirts the line? He walks in that gray area. Oh, it couldn't be this. You're the professor. Don't be the reluctant professor. Just throw out the fucking name. You're always right. No, I'm not. Please, Mr. Postman, huh? Yeah. Please, Mr. Postman. That's the fourth time tonight. He goes, well, it wasn't. I don't think it was. Maybe it was. I don't know if it was. It's like just say the fucking name, Lou. The Beatles later recorded Please, Mr. Postman on their second studio album with the Beatles in 1975. The Carpenter's remake of Please, Mr. Postman was the number one hit around the world. She died on December 15, 2021, at the age of 78. And gentlemen, that's it. We had two hours and nine minutes. We covered a lot in two hours and nine minutes. Yeah. This was a lot in this show. I only went in the green room twice. Yeah. Twice. It was like three times. What did you go to the green room, Mark? I cried. What did you mention? And I mentioned Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing. You're back in the penalty box. See how I set him up like that, Lou? See how I set him up like that? It's too easy. It's fucking just throw it out. Throw the bait out there. There was no bait on the hook. It was just a hook. It was just a hook. Yeah, there wasn't even bait. All right, he's back. Hey, Mark, did you have the time of your life to do that? Wasn't it funny that people in the 1960s were dancing to that song? It was amazing, right? Right. Yeah, imagine that. And Jerry Orbach was enjoying it too. Yeah, Jerry Orbach. Oh, my God. A late, great Jerry Orbach. Great character actor. Yeah. Well, gentlemen, that's the show and as usual, thank you very much for your participation. Thank you for having us. Thank you for your time. Thank you for your friendship. It's always great having you guys on. Always good shows. I don't know where Jack is. I don't know. I think he's traveling. I miss Jack. I do too. He's gone dark on me, so I don't know. We'll see. Maybe it pops up next week. I know he's traveling back and forth, whatever he's doing.Anyways, great show. Next week, we will be back on Wednesday night with another show and, as I always say, we're back. Thank you for watching. Thank you for listening. If you didn't like it, well, thanks for listening this long. Without you, the engine that runs the machine, blah, blah, blah. You know the sayings. But what I always say is doing this show for you to quote my favorite artist, Morrissey, the pleasure, the privilege is mine and we will be back next week. Thank you, gentlemen. You're welcome. Thank you. Marie Martin throws in the last comment of the night. Great show. Thank you, Marie. Bye, Patty.
"tull" Discussed on WTOP
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"tull" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"Seems to be some confusion out there. You only have to join Twitch if you want to talk. So if you want to join the chat, which please do. And then all the recordings, there's about 90 of them. Go crazy. They're on mixed cloud mixed cloud dot com slash Friday night music party. So that's where you can find me on Portland Internet. And everybody go check this stuff out. It's really good. I've listened to a couple. Of episodes, I guess, yeah? Yeah, we'll see. Okay. But this week, we're talking about our relationship with our favorite music genre. It might seem like a little bit of a weird topic, but I wanted to do something light and fun. So that's what we're doing. All right. So what is your favorite music genre? Do you have a favorite? I have a few favorites. I mean, at my core, I'm a rock and roll guy. I got into when I was like, I didn't like music at all, believe it or not. Until I was like, I was a sports guy, and I'm still a sports car, but I was really only into sports until I was like, probably 13, 14, somewhere in there, and then I moved into moved into the basement, like all good record nerds. And my parents had a furnished basement, and I had the family record collection. That was where the records were. And I had nothing but time. My parents had a pretty have. It still exists. We're pretty wide ranging collection, but I started listening to classic rock, like Paul McCartney, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones, and the eagles, and Thin Lizzy, and bands like that. But then also sort of lesser. My parents favorite band as a British man called jethro Tull, they have all of jethro Tull. I think I absorbed all of that. And my dad really loves funk and rhythm and blues, so I absorbed a lot of that. But then when I was like 15, I got into punk, like the Clyde not like Green Day and offspring that were going on at the time.
"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"If you have any suggestions, comments, critiques, anything you want for the show, email us. If you like this, and you're watching it on YouTube, subscribe. Subscribe, we would appreciate that. Share it if you're on Facebook. And if you're on YouTube, again, watching this, hit that little bell next to subscribe. You'll get alerted when we go live. And thanks for listening on whatever podcast platform you are on. See a lot of people will do that after the show. I do it before 'cause the audience comes first. You know who doesn't come first, my co host, Jack calabrese. That sounds filthy. Why would you say something like that? You know, so let's start with you. You are in a mood. Although you were in a bad mood last week, I was not in the past. You were, hey, I listen, I listen to the show. Dan, I never mind they disparaging comments about me. It's easy. You know, picking on me, you know, look, I get to feed my family. I'm just, I'm just a poor immigrant worker going out into the fields every day, gathering just enough to sustain my family. And what do I get? I get criticized for it. On air and recorded for all time and for all people. Never going away. It's just not right. But you know, even more than that, you know, you hate jethro Tull you hate Santana. You were just, man, you were just raised my opportunity to rail without you injecting your own wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. By the way, didn't happen last week. You know it did not happen last week. By the way, idiot. No one called me. Look, I get it. You don't like jethro Tull. But I mean, you can't disregard the fact that they've been around since 1967. 60 million albums sold and they're still, they're still kind of around. But you had to go deeper. You had to go deeper, you know, hopping around on one leg. In one leg. Flute. They could be around as long as they want. Hey, you know what, look, I have to say, I mean, it sounds like I'm defending them. And I am to a certain extent, but I'm not really a big jethro Tull fan. But still, we are.
"tull" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"She could seek and throw the sticks, man. You know, she was all cutesy and nice, but when she got behind those skins, she was all business. Yeah. Born on this day in 1962, Bon Jovi, who gives a shit. Hey, another one. Another one. Throw them on my list. Put them on my list. Santana, jethro Tull Green Day. Sticks. You can sticks. Bon Jovi, don't forget to feel like a bunch of. I don't know if people saw that. Okay, he had a couple of good songs, but like you said, Jeff don't tell him two good songs. Does it make me like them? And born on this day in 1977, Chris Martin, songwriter, pianist, guitarist, and lead vocalist of Coldplay. Who haven't done shit in 15 years or so. Anyways, that's the show. Yeah. That's the show. Look at that, I did an hour and 25 without Jack. Yeah, not bad. Not bad. I mean, I like having Jack, but you know. I can do it without him. I think I can do it. Not that I want. I love Jack, Jackson. Great, great, great, great friend, and has a wealth of information. About music. Other than that, he's okay. But anyways, listen, thanks for listening for the live streamers. Thanks for watching. For both platforms, you are the engine that drives this machine. Without you, I would be talking to myself, even when I'm with Jack. And to quote my favorite artist Morrissey, doing the show for you, well, the pleasure of the privilege is mine. I'll see you next week. You'll hear me next week with Jack, hopefully. And yeah, that's it. Thanks for listening. And we're out. I'm out. Jack's already been out. Good Jack. The milk creates and turntables podcast is produced by Scott McLean at the KO FB studio in Boca Raton, Florida. It's co produced by Jack calabrese and calling the claim. If you like this podcast, hit follow wherever you're listening right now. If you're listening on Apple podcasts, please give us a 5 star reading and leave a comment. Even if it's just to say hi. Also, be sure to tell your Friends about this podcast. I mean, who doesn't like to talk about music? Right?.
"tull" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"What? Jen Markley be there? I don't know. Will you be there? Yes. Will you? Will You come with me? Yes, on my Roman chariot. Correct. As I'm led through desperate and you stand you stand up in the back and you'll just be like, be like Caesar. And they yell and some of the women show me things. I don't necessarily want to see. Well, that's you Have that effect on people Go ahead. Let's see. Let's see more tonight on Bangles, lines, coaches and players, a special guest. 605 and lands and lap. Who's the guest? Uh, can't say what about Joe Burrow? I don't know. Tonight, they keep one by air job, Earl. One by ground, Jo Nixon. Thank you, Joe. Show. I say. Borough is not gonna assimilated yet into the Borg. Uh, Monday night Football. Tonight. Ravens and Raiders 7 30, ESPN 15 30 down and dirty. How about How about Brown safety Ronnie Harrison Jr rejected From yesterday's game for shoving a chief's assistant on the sideline. Not a good move. You shove a player on the home sidelines, shoved a coach you have to coach that's a negative. Uh, how about Aaron Rodgers? Do you think he's going to go to jeopardy? Instead of playing football? They got routed 38 to 3 by the Saints. But it wasn't that close. No. How about the highest eight bucks and their defense giving up about 100 points so far, whereas carry combs? Where's Carrie Combs, 100 points in the bunker. You lose them. You win Minnesota. And then you get beaten by the ducks. The bucks are taken by the Ducks. Let's see Willie. The Cincinnati Bearcats are atheists Weekend. The AP poll from Joe, Okay. Ohio State falls from third to ninth. Notre Dame is 8 to 12. So the first time since time began. The bear Cats are rated above the Buckeyes and Irish You know, I know nine. That was the case, but let's go back in time. Plus in it. How about you see, I stand up? No. One of this play today. Rocky is going to be singing this when they beat the Irish coming up. You're gonna make a lot of bets on that. Blaming my brother John Cunningham is doing quite well. How you see there you go. Right? That's right. That's right. He brought to bring in the big 12 in but but snapping at 12 game winless streak Saturday night at a packed T q L Stadium first time FC Cincinnati gets their club clubs first win at home, beating Toronto FC two nil. No, that was guys saw the game and they scored a little bit here a little bit there. You know, I don't think I don't think I've seen is as bad as people think they are. Don't know. Let's see what else is. Where's the coach of FC Yaps? Tom Sounds like a viral infection. They say Now that I guess if Whoever is going to let the you know whoever is going to win the wild card is going to end up lobbying. Most likely playing the Dodgers, I guess. Sure, sir. Yeah, that's your That's the guy who's gonna start Tell you what. He was almost near perfect yesterday and strikeout number 3000. I'd rather have the Redlegs play. The Dodgers won game instead of five or seven. They've got no chance in a long series. True, but one game on and pull your stick out much Tommy talking about Let's go. Madera, Madera is Katie McNally, Willie and Cocoa Golf. Fell in the women's doubles final yesterday at the US Open, but three sets western and southern champion a good friend of John Barrett. Daniel Medvedev, ousted Novak Djokovic for the title, beating the greatest player going for the grand Slam it in straight sets. I was there, 646464. How about that? Well, he's a Russian, but he lives in France. So I don't know about Medvedev because of taxes would be live in Monaco. Let's go over the Grand Prix he wants. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah, He did all the morning talk shows today and I kind of like Medvedev and he gave them He said that was his his girls. His girlfriend's gift there. So that's good. Yeah, probably. But four or five million bucks to do the 1 2.5 whatever. But What about Kerry Combs? You're ignoring the obvious? Well, the Buckeyes. Uh, you know what about Kerry Combs while they lost their giving up 100 points in two games will be all right. Who they got the Tulsa hurricane coming in. I bet you they beat them 58 to 10 Saturday and then everything will be OK who they have after that. They got. Nobody can listen to over there. Traffic signal or something? I have my cameras up in my home everywhere. Some guys walking around my front yard. What did I say Hi to him. Wait a minute. There he is. But he's wearing a hat that says Make America great again. So it must be like one of my guys. Okay, but we're going to find out. I got him on camera. Shall I say hi? I don't think so. I got you know I've my camera. I have a high you're on candid camera. I have a moat with alligators around the palatial estate when he hit when he hits the minefield. Look out, you'll know that's for sure. Alright sank, but once again carry comb. Should we call Larry Combs? Thanks. So the buck faithful are not happy. Well, they'll be fine up that just relax. Just relax, Buck fans. I kind of looked at their schedule. They don't play anybody who they who they have After Tulsa. Let's find out. Give me the Ohio State football schedule, so they know what they want and one Says This may be beyond my capability, so they're one and one, right? Right. Okay. They don't play anybody. Well, give me the Ohio State man. You got Tulsa. Next, there'll be two and one, Tull says, Oh, and two. Here we are. Tells us stinks then at Rutgers. That's that's three and one home against Maryland. That's probably.
"tull" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Welcome to the podcast. Are you doing today? I'm doing great. How about you? Good little rainy here, but other than that, pretty good. So Kathy, I'm glad you got on to talk to us and we've you and I just had an event over the weekend together. So we're pretty excited to be talking again. Now that we made face-to-face contact. So why don't you tell everybody a little bit about yourself outside of writing? What you like to do and and where you live, if you could sure I live in Colorado and Thursday. So I I originally from Chicago, I've been in Colorado for 20 years, just outside of Denver, and over the mountains, meet the planes, and I absolutely love it out here. I what I like to do outside of range is a huge ice, hockey fan are not just a fan. I play. And that's and I came out here to Colorado to do all the Colorado things. So I backpacked in Camp and dead. You know, I've done some mountain biking and then let's not forget reading, beautiful. So, so what got you into hockey? Long story but my boss when he was young started playing hockey and I went there as the team mom, which was fun to some degree. But I thought man, it's just looks a lot more fun to play than it does to stand here with the box of doughnuts. So yeah, so I started looking into it and at that time, this was in the late eighties, I took in my area at all that were played and I just called him a couple of races said can I show up and they let you know. They, let me I just said what the heck? I'll ask Andrew and let me join up on teams and to come in for like some of the scrimmaging drop-in type things at the highest brakes, all have and kind of like from there and eventually I picked up some dog. Women, who are interested in it. We start at the first women's league Illinois. Wow, that's pretty cool. So, you obviously, like the outdoors, you like sports package, did you want to start writing? Well, I've been a Storyteller really. I think my whole life, I spent a very introverted. And as a kid, I spent a lot of quiet time by myself, making up stories like like making up ship and I just have always, I've enjoyed, reading a lot. I enjoyed stories of history in action and Intrigue and that kind of thing that took place in history. I also enjoy like learning about about a lot of different things in a lot of different time periods and connect ideas together to break like new song. Okay? And I know you started off doing some journalism. Why did you get into journalism and then why are you writing fiction now? Well, fiction was always my first Passion, Of course. And so I was always told well then in high school, it's like well you should be on the high school newspaper, you know? And it's like, okay I tried that for one article and that was just so boring wage believable and these are back back in the seventies, you know, there wasn't everything had to be typed out. If you made a mistake, it had to be typed in the high school newspaper. Was very controlled what you could write about. So it didn't really fit very well. And I wanted to write fantasy stories, basically, historical and fantasy stories. And I just didn't think the suburbs of Chicago was the most interesting place to really be inspired for that. So, I was sort of a rebel, I dropped out of high school. I was a chronic runaway and I've ran away finally for good and letting God, All the Grateful Dead around, along with other iconic, seventies bands, like Jethro Tull and you know, Emerson Lake and Palmer and Led Zeppelin that kind of thing and support them. So I got married and had a son and what's your some nefarious type occupations before? I realized that maybe going to college, you might not be such a bad idea. So I became an ER nurse I went back to school, got my degree High School, degree got through college became an ER nurse when I was nursing in ER and the hospital. There's all these things that need to be written. Always there's policy and procedure and there's discharge instructions for patients. There's always a need for a lot of things to be written. There's marketing material written and they're always looking for volunteers to do it for free on your day off. Of course the public bus but they all said, yes, he's a writer letter do it. So I did and also a lot of things would we did a lot of case studies in medicine and stuff you learned by doing case studies, which is a story. So I do you have a case study, you have, you know, some kind of problem with that a patient presents with. There's a choice, you have to make in the treatment and then there's the consequence from that treatment. So in a case study, we'll sit down and Evaluate that. Like okay, this patient came in with, you know, a massive heart attack and we chose to treat it this way and it turned out well, or didn't turn out loud. What could we have done better? That kind of thing. Writing up some cases, I was actually a very good practice in storytelling in a sense, working in the air for quite a while. A position opened up in a medical, nursing journal for an editor, and not my friends were like, oh, you have to apply for it. I'm like, really, I barely even finished high school. You know, I don't have a degree in journalism. I, you know, oh no. Apply for it. Apply. If it will miraculously enough I took out the job and the editor, the chief editor hybrid me, based on a couple of fictional short stories. I submitted like nice. I didn't have any journalism our faith in those days, you would submit your article clippings to show what you had done as part of, like, I didn't really have anything like that. So I, I told them all the writing I did like in the hospital setting and I submitted a claim. Short stories and she really, she gave me quite a chance. She hired me based on that, over people who actually had degrees in journalism. Oh, well, I thought it was very cool also because I was, I had clinical experience and they were really looking for someone was clinical experience too, as well, as writing skills. So, that's why I got into that page. First of all, you're not the only author. I've talked to that basically ran away and followed a band throughout some country, so, yes, um, but I think we've, we, we belong to the same Mastermind group and there's a lot of discussion with the authors about music. We created a channel in our slack group, just for talking about music, it seems like home or lots of authors also are very heavy in the music, whether it's playing, or just the variety, we listen to. There's got to be a connection with that creativity and that part of us. I think so and I think music and I was trade in classical piano and I also learned saxophone and flute and clarinet as a never forget. Very good. I was a kid, you know, young kid, I found that music was a lot more fun. If somebody else did the work and I could just enjoy it, you know? I could just enjoy their creativity and let it inspire me, and then torture myself going and doing writing. It's okay. So let's talk about your books. You right behind you of your shoulder. You've got your book series. And the third one is mask of the Soul Eaters, which doesn't sound like we were laughing like a light-hearted romantic. Rob know, tell us a little bit about those books, especially the new one. And it's, it's continuous series and I could call it a trilogy. But I am continuing to move on past the trilogy with itself, I would call it dark fantasy steeped in legendary history and.
"tull" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"Question was like, it was $1,000 clue that was mine that album. I listened to it last night. I thought, well, you know, bringing up the Rock's band, dark stuff you mentioned, which I didn't know that there were a couple of deaths recently that were kind of tragic. Yeah, that's why I just read. I think yesterday, the enough probably steinhardt is dead and and you know, you have to know Kansas in order to know his name. But he was the violinist and vocalist Kansas. And if you would like hands, especially those earlier albums, he's very much in evidence used to be the him and Steve off. Kind of Switched Off lead vocals if you will and I don't know. Not many other bands. Maybe Ian Anderson had flute and Jethro Tull but not many other bands maybe log Jobson for UK played electric violin. And there are some just indicative great songs, you know, him playing on Dust In The Wind in it. So he's a big loss. I think he made it home 21. If I remember correctly is super young nowadays, it really is. You know, if I I'm sad that he's gone because when you see vs. Of Kansas, there's some original members in Hong Kong like especially Steve. Walsh has retired from the band and so that that voice which is really such an incredible Rock voice on. My favorite songs of all time are what he was able to do. If sad that both of the lead, vocalists are gone and so now when you hear the songs they're great songs but they're not that original perfect. Like Steve Perry from without being in Journey. It's just not quite the same. Even if the guy is a sound-alike same with, you know, the various vocalist that they found to replace John Anderson. And yes, they sound really, really good. But man, John Anderson is a wonder, he really is dead. Only guy that sounds exactly like him. Well, he said that in that it is, I mean, I've always liked Kansas clear back when I was Teen. But of course, for most of my family, I really got. They knew Dust in the Wind but they really got on the radar because of Supernatural using carry on my wayward son on waivers on. Exactly. You know. And and and that's always talked a little bit about thought I music there's you get a feeling with certain music that you can equate parts of your life, to what music,.
"tull" Discussed on Planet Mikey
"Beginning you want them global trade one, correct? Gotcha. All right, who wants to take a sip of Snapple five questions each, I'll go first. You'll go first Bill Smith. All right, let's maybe embarrassing snapple facts. Which song gave Elvis his first US number one hit song. Heartbreak Hotel, yes, would you like the this is 60s music 60s years. Wait, so it's first number one US hit back in the sixties. Oh Wellness must be T's I don't I must I pulled the straight from a website very good then because you're right. All right. So your three options are stuck on you a big hunk of Love wage. It's now or never known you correct stuck on you stuck. Very seriously 1.4 Bill. Thank you Ben Mikey who scored the 1961 number one hit Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean two points for Mikey. Yeah Bing before he was one hell of a man and he had a giant sausage dog named saw it himself got inspired in a funny. They using Jimmy Dean the original Jimmy Dean of the voice-overs for the TV. I had his he's dead. His actual sausage is all shriveled now off. All right bill, you get in my key specialty a Beatles question, but it's which song gave the Beatles their first you please please me that is incorrect like multiple choice. Oh, yeah. She loves you from me to you. I Want to Hold Your Hand. I think it was hold on. It's not you I Want to Hold Your Hand. That is correct. One. Thank you. Yeah currently late 63 early sixties tied to to my key here. We can I be losing this you're not you're one question behind who scored the number one hit Ragdoll in nineteen-forties or another I get extra points for getting there before you even finish the question don't I get an extra half a point you get nothing. All right, very good life Bill who scored the 1969 number one hit 96 Tears that was question mark and the mysterians he knows all these there you go for two four of them. Question and answer my Q which film featured the Simon & Garfunkel number one hit mrs. Robin. She's she was the it was that's not the right. Hold on a second choice Dustin Hoffman in the movie like the multiple-choice. I'm going to have to just because I mean, I know I've seen the movie Rosemary's Baby. I was in no Odd Couple know the garage. Yeah the game one point. You know why I couldn't think of that I didn't graduate. All right 5 to 4 Bill. Come on, man. Which British group was the first to top the singles charts with a British group was the first to top the US singles charts The Yardbirds. Would you like the method of choice? Hold on? Your multiple choices are The Beatles the tornadoes the animals holyshit. I was going to say the animals mine was my first instinct and that's I'll stick with the animal and you'll still be wrong. I'd say, you know, it's tornadoes cuz they tornado do the instrumental there and we didn't know they were English they were saying they didn't sing. They didn't say they just play the guitar at Red River Rock tornadoes, you know, why is a.m. Excuse me? Go ahead. All right, three more questions. I got hold on just joke. We got the wrong what's going on? Why is it joke, I mean why it's a joke. Why is it a woman is a woman like a hurricane while I don't know cuz they come into town all wet and wild and they leave they take their hot your house with them. Okay, Mikey what was wrong? No, no. No, they take your house with like that. Hit a little too close to home both houses. What was the name? Biggest what was the biggest selling album in the United Kingdom in 1965 nineteen sixty-six and nineteen sixty-eight. It's one out. I don't need three amps 65 66 and 68 the biggest selling album in the United Kingdom in the United Kingdom over there in England. Yeah Wales Scotland. It was probably meet the Beatles. Okay. Well, let's go with your three options here Beatles for sale Thursday Sound of Music soundtrack The freewheelin Bob Dylan Sound of Music. Very good. Yeah, cuz you know, Julie Andrews true. All right Phil your question. You're going to need to get this before going to go down a multiple choice comes scared who had a six week run at number one in the UK album chart with Ogden's nut gone flake. Hold on what? You gotta repeat all that. Does it count if I've never heard that song in my life who it's an album who had a six week run at number one in the United Kingdom album chart with Ogden's has gone flake. I have what year was it? I don't know say it's got to be I've never even I never heard the title Anthony Newley. All right here. Well, here's your three options cream the small spaces and Jethro Tull Jethro. That sounds like a Jethro Tull sounds like it but it isn't saying yeah. See that's a that's a you know, that's a tough one to go one step further. That's a shity quest. That's an obscure. Give me another question. Yeah. All right. This is my first over my key you win. Thank you suck on which Rolling Stones album. Would you find Gimme Shelter? Do you know this Sticky Fingers? There's not know that came out what 72 goat's head soup, hear your options their satanic majesties request. No Beggars Banquet. Yes and Let It Bleed let it let it do it. You know those I get really confused with rolling stone album titles cuz they're all it's just a big to me is a big mishmash. I don't do that with the Beatles. I know every Beatle out and what's on but the stones is just like there's so many of them over the years. It's hard to hard to keep track of, you know wage. Even Mick Jagger's kids. You keeping track of Tom Brady lately. I mean, I think we forgot you haven't been to Palm realized. I think it was pepper. Lemon. Tuna. Oh, yeah lemon pepper. Tuna. Oh, it's lemon lemon pepper. Tuna or any reasonable. Facsimile you go. You see where Charlie the tuna was honking that lady all around the house following her. She's doing the laundry Sorry Charlie comes up with a bag of a pouch bag of tuna and said she's in love with the guy happy with you. I love the smell of tuna. Right? Let's get rid of Charlie. That's just the home. Ladies. Would you like your sandwich wage? All right. I'm sorry. Did I lose my place you did? Oh, no, I found it again. Diarrhea. We have we have we going long enough on this I think so. Oh, yeah, we're way overdue. Are we yeah. Okay good because I ask who's chomping at the bit to get in here and sing. Who's that? Well, it's two two guys you you know, there's always surprised, you know, when they get the big bucks for this true cuz people listen to this podcast right to the end so they can hear the musical feature with Joe and Jerry. A very old friend came by today cuz he was telling everyone in town of the love that he just found dead. And Marie's the name of His Latest Flame. It's shocking charger and I heard him say joke that she had the wrongest blackish hair the prettiest green eyes anywhere and Marie's the name. His Latest Flame Do I smile the tears inside were burning like my urethra? I wished him luck. And then he said goodbye. He was gone but still his words can return I drove what else was there for me to do but cry. Would you believe that yesterday? Sister was in my arms and swore to me. She'd be mine. Eternally and Marie's the name of His Latest Flame at Shaw's. Don't want to smile the cheers inside were Burnin. I wish that one and then he said goodbye and he was gone back to his words carefully turning joke. What else was there to know, but cry, can you believe it? Would you believe in yesterday? I took a dump and looked like a statue of hey once relevant Joe. What's your name it and I want my name is flame Camrys the name of Latest.
"tull" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With my big friend here, Rocky Day, Boy, So the nominees are out of the rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And Can I good and rattle them off for you? Well, let's Ah, let's go. Okay, You do it, and then I'll tell you who's gonna win. Okay? Mary J. Blige. Okay? No. Why are you stopping marriage Oblige. Kate Bush, Deveaux Foo fighters the go. Go's Iron Maiden, Jay Z, Shaka Khan, Carole King. Filler cootie. I don't know that is Hello, Cool J New York dolls Rage against the machine. Todd Rundgren, Tina Turner, Diane Warwick. Yeah, well, I'll tell you who should be in And I'll tell you who's gonna be in. Okay, okay. Who should be in Todd Rundgren. Um, Carole King. Okay. I agree with that. Iron Maiden. Yes, Lots of albums sold. Jay Z. Mm hmm. And Evo You had that he had to do it. I thought you were gonna give me a I ain't gonna lie. No, I mean, what did that had raged against machine? I'll say I think they should should go in there. They rock. Um, now devote. Now this is going to go back to our the argument we always have. Which is I place a little more weight. I look, everything comes in the factory Your influence on music the time period. In my opinion album sold concert tickets sold that sort of thing. Deveaux while maybe revolutionary and kind of ushered in. That's a suck your time in music. They helped do that, Um, they did not sell a lot of albums. Or a lot of concert venues. It's supposed to be about influence and rock. You and I have this argument every year. You know how I feel about it. I'm a purist. Here is piers, but But I always think it should be about influence, and I think the DeVeaux influenced a lot of people. Is that a good influence? So what? What bands? They give us that you're like, Wow, Thank God they gave me if you can tell me that they because of them guns and roses got together and started. I'll believe you. But who did they were ushering all that electronic music through the eighties was all based in Deveaux. And ah, email like it or not. There are bunch of those bands that like, early mid eighties that your your wing tongues and all that stuff like a sea goals and all that. That stuff got huge, And that was all DeVeaux. Like I said, Like it or not, they created a new form of music. Basically, I just feel like this is the equivalent of Jeff Bagwell in the baseball Hall of Fame. Great player, You know, it was good, good. You know, it was a great story and everything but in the Hall of Fame. DeVos in the Hall of Fame, along with all the other great Sing Elvis Presley and the Beatles and All that, and Guns and Roses and all those Bon Jovi's in there for God saying Damn right, they're in here. We albums They've sold hundreds of millions in again. You're always bring that argument up. It doesn't matter Paper alive, man. Well, you gotta do. We're going to talk about the album sold. Okay, put sticks in their Boston and they're all those bands from the 70. They sold a butt load of albums. But it doesn't mean they're great. Now that Zoe's same thing with Pat Benatar, there's a reason why she's not on this list this year. She was on their last year. You know, I thought that was disgusting. I don't care how many albums Pat Benatar is sold, and I like I have to say I like some of her songs, but she didn't belong in the Rock Hall could not agree with that. I agree with that. Another case for Bon Jovi, of course, is they've had hits and three decades It's hard to do. He's nineties in two thousand's Well, yeah, when just 90% of the people in the New Jersey by your record, you guys but records Really, who was left off this list? I mean, Jethro, tall again was left off the list. That's that. That is Kyle. Jake. Kyle's that those two right there. It's indescribable. How They keep leaving them. The fact that toll is an end is really that's amazing to me as I've always a giant Jethro Tull fan. Yeah, and I feel like that's pretty universal. You look at people stuff people post on social media is like a lot of it's not like just you and I are sitting here, saying After a tall deserves to be in the hall. It Z across the map. And I was trying Tolo because I saw somebody had posted a list of People who weren't on the list this year and and she had those air just top of mind. I can't find that list right now. But those two in particular sticking microbe dials and Jethro toll Um, I mean, for God's sake, I'm a giant kiss man. I don't think kids should be in the Rock and Roll Roll Hall of Fame. Really? No. Could you don't make the argument your argument that they ushered in a certain style of music and Well, here's the deal. My argument with them is nominated this year, The New York Dolls so air go the New York dolls. If you listen to my argument should be in because they That were because of okay. Yes. So they were pre kiss adults. Correct. Okay, they were. They were a little weirder than kiss because kiss just took what they did. The New York dolls were just kind of bizarre dress like the makeup on right, But they just did all that weird makeup, and they're, you know, dominatrix stuff alive, but nicely not to describe it. But, you know, kiss just took out the next step in appealed to like me when I was when I first heard Listen to kiss I was 17 years old and man, you know, when you're 17 years old, you are your your testosterone like the lava pit. That's right. And so those guys, man, you went to the show they rock so hard for two hours. And you were ready to explode when you left that place, And so they knew their audience and they found it. They milked it. That's the reason they sold so many records, and that's the reason that Gene Simmons, who I think is that Is as a very rich man to this day. Very, very rich. I also don't feel like l O l cool J should be in the rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Good dude, I got a couple of good songs that doing it well, song, Of course, Mama said, Knock you out, but I can't argue him in terms of His influence on genre of music. You know, I don't know. I can't not much to see. Jay Z is people. You're gonna have that argument all day long about rappers being in this thing. I don't know how I feel about it. I keep going back and forth on it. But if you're gonna put somebody in there Jay Z should be in here because let's face it. There's been very essential. Bigger than album sold. Exactly. Absolutely. Adam and Dame make a case for de Vogue. Oh, okay. Um de veau. Is it been influenced, But I'm sorry. What the influence of tool is the biggest one. Um, they so much so that Maynard who's the head guy of tool in a perfect circle. Named it fit DeVeaux. So so if there's nothing else, I seem that you like tool. Therefore we have the big one right there. Who's that? Who's the drummer's Danny Carey? You see the drummer Harry. He's amazing. He's got five drummer ever right there. Adam. I'm warming up to your style of thinking. Thank you for the call. I had not heard tool being influenced by DeVeaux. So that's good. How about you? 749 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT. We'll come back to you after we get traffic and weather. Rob what is going on? Do you have anything to say? As far as America time, Rob, Now's the time to strike time..
"tull" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They call every single Rockies games on Kayla news radio since Get Corrigan is a closet Jethro Tull fan. Wei thought we would weigh. Bring little little Jethro told to Jack before we bring Jack up in the air. This is one of my favorite Jethro told songs. Mike You Tolga it Thanks to Jack. I'm starting to his his some of his musical tastes are all your big flute guy. So you gotta appreciate what they bring to the table. Jack Corrigan joins us now. Good morning, Jack. How are you? Good morning, Dave. Hello, Mike. Hey, Jack. Good to talk to you. So just so General told that you have the poster in the bedroom. Sort of Jethro told thing. Um, e don't know if you know or not day One of my hobbies is oil painting, and I actually have A painting I did of the cover of Aqualung among various things. I wow through the years I did not know that. Yeah. So, Yeah, I'm a big tell fan. They played it. Cornell when I was an undergrad you You just can't get enough. Ian Anderson on the flute. There you go, You know Motive. Breath. Uh oh, yeah, the great one. I will say, Jackie, you are understating your your painting skills after after seeing those Rockies paintings you did last year. I am a not that I wasn't a true believer. But, man. Oh, man, You've got some talent there, my friend. Well, I appreciate it. Unfortunately, we've had way too much time on our hands to do you know, I'd like to be too busy, you know? Yeah, well, you're close. Theo having that star before we talk a little bit about the Rockies. Let me let me get your perspective on the Hall of Fame voting. Nobody voted in this year. Some interesting sort of back and forth with Curt Schilling and the Red Sox ownership. But what? What were your thoughts on nobody being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame this year? Well, I kind of thought that might happen, Dave, probably for a couple of reasons. One. I know there are some voters who I think wanted to keep the spotlight on Derek Jeter. Who's you know, I was elected in last year along with the Rockies, Larry Walker. And this year you're gonna have both classes be recognized that one ceremony, So maybe there was a little bit of that. Um, you can argue it zah discussed in that could go on for a long time about Are we just dealing with their abilities on the field and then shillings case? Not so much. You know what he Has done since then. I know Omar Vizquel, who was certainly qualified to be a Hall of Famer had his numbers go down a little bit because of Some domestic abuse allegations of leveled against him in the midst of the voting. You know, people have the right to vote. I had problems with the 14 blank ballots. And Mike certainly say this before Dave. My biggest complaint is who votes and how they vote. You know, quick example, The New York Post had 11 voters. In his 65 plus years of doing baseball. Vin Scully never had a vote. Who do you think knows more about the game of baseball? That's that's my number one gripe about the Hall of Fame voting most of time they get it right. But, man, there are people who are voting who have no business voting. So who decides that I did not know the Vin Scully didn't ever have a vote. But who decides? The baseball Writers Association who decides as to who actually gets a vote. And how do you How do you go about? I mean from do you have to die to not have your vote? Is that how it works? Well, I do know that you have to have at least 10 consecutive years. Um, with a baseball Writers Association of America Card, you know that you're an official member. So It has to be at least 10 consecutive years of covering Major league baseball for a start, for example, Patrick Saunders, um because he had a stretch with the Denver Post, where he was on the editor's desk. And not cover in the team. He doesn't yet have 10 consecutive years so he doesn't have a vote. But Somebody who's a columnist again. Just a reference for the post, you know, shows up a half dozen times at the Citi Field or Yankee Stadium. But has his carpet for the consecutive years necessary gets the vote and you know, nobody in Mike, I think David could appreciate this the most after really jumping in and doing it, even in a shortened season. Nobody watches a game or closely Then play by play broadcasters where you have to watch every single moment. People who have been around the game like Scully and all the guy, you know, Ted, look, just retired and sanding three years of covering covering the population. You think they know the game as well or better than anybody voting? I think so. Yeah, I would agree with you, Jack. I mean, you think it's some of the grimy look, look at the years the decades you put in John Rooney. I mean, you can go up and down the list of of long, long time. Excellent. Broadcasters, Weatherby radio or TV, and somehow the voice isn't there isn't isn't to be heard when it comes to Hall of Fame and put Yeah, you know, to the writer's credit. Most of the time they get it right. I thought they got it right this year. Um, I think Todd Helton's numbers would be Even better in terms of his eventual induction if the votes still weren't centered so much in the Eastern time zone, I think there are a lot of people who never saw Todd play in person, or just once in a while. And there are only four first baseman since 1900 who have better numbers than Todd in in many categories, and they're all in the Hall of Fame. So You know, that's that's a pretty easy choice. And yet there he is right around 50%. It'll probably take him two or three more years before he gets in hope he does, And I think that could happen. Let me ask you about one guy that was up this year. Curt Schilling, who was a hell of a picture, I think prior to the actual vote. Hey, was that about 70%? You need to be at 75% in your mind is Curt Schilling. Gather should be in the Hall of Fame. You know, I for me if I was a voter, um I That would be a long one to decide. There's no question he's one of the great postseason. Playoff pitchers in the history of the game. He had some years in his career where he was good, but maybe not great. I probably would have voted for him, but he would have been one that I would have thought about it a little longer. Would've voted for Scott rolling for sure this scale for sure who I saw, Um, I would probably vote for Gary Sheffield. I think Andrew Jones deserves more consideration. So it's not an easy task. There's no question to that. I mean, the football guys go through the same thing. I mean, come on. How long does John Lynch after wait to get in? You know, that's it's not easy to make those choices. When only so money get in. That's why it's called a Hall of fame..
Jethro Tull frontman says he has incurable lung disease
"Jethro Tull singer Ian Anderson says he has an incurable lung disease I'm marquees are letter with the latest Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull tells the big interview with Dan rather he was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease a few years ago Anderson who is seventy two blames fifty years of exposure to smoke machines on stage as contributing to his lung problems he says well things don't look good right now they're not terrible my days are numbered you know it it's it's not yet to the point that affects my day to day life I can still run for the bus the full interview airs Wednesday on access TV