22 Burst results for "Woody Guthrie"

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"6s upside down. You see I set myself in a gambling game and I couldn't have played my hand. I was thinking about that woman I loved running away with another man. Run away but another man run away with another man I was thinking about that woman I love run away with another man you know if we had done this album when we first set out to do a 20 years ago, it would have been electric it would have been very much like normal dropkick murphys. At this point not Korea we wanted to try something different and use this opportunity to really strip it down and not to do it like woody would have but get more in that era that time period that feeling of that part of the country and we went out to woody's hometown of okema and you know you're going through these just rural areas and okema is very, you know, very depressed city there's maybe one out of every ten storefronts is open, you know and you could just kind of just felt these lyrics and especially that one and just felt like it really helped us. I hate to be one of those guys that you know whenever I'd have bands they went to this country to get in the mindset like that's crap but it actually worked and actually helped. You walked the streets he did. Yeah, yeah. And by the way, his daughter Nora said, you are a master at understanding his lyrics which could be complicated long, deadly serious or totally ridiculous. High praise. Woody Guthrie was anti violence in some ways, anti war in some ways, but you know, when a cause was right, he was right in the middle. Let's listen to his tear the fascists down. So I thank the Soviets and the mighty Chinese lips. Now lies the whole wide world around to the battling British thanks you can have 10 million yanks if it takes them to tell the fact just down down down. If it takes him to tear the passes down he compliments the countries who are fighting

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:38 min | 5 months ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"That'll be fun. Let's plan on that. 7 30 a.m. Tuesday, July 12th. All right, I'm putting it on my camera. And we'll stream that live. All right. Okay. Good. Excellent. I shall see you next week, and then the week after, on a Tuesday. And then next, then so we're doing a rerun that Sunday. So you got that Sunday off. Which is the. 17th, but the 24th I'm back. So you got the 17th off. Then I'll be gone for all of August. Will ya? Yeah. Where are you going? That's my little Arctic excursion. So jealous. Lisa wants to do that too, she says, it's at least. Hundreds of miles from the nearest Indies or power anything else. And there's a slit latrine and no showers. Okay, just let her know. We won't be going there. I can tell you, I don't care if she's going. I'm not going. Thank you. Yeah. Thank you, rod pyle. All right, sir. See? Bye. Good. That'll be fun. John, you'll do that. That's great. We'll do a live. That's such a big deal. It's huge. Huge. The great Woody Guthrie. Leo Laporte, the tech guy, 88, 88 esque. Leo, that's the last segment of the show. So we're going to wrap it up. I do want to thank our fabulous musical director, professor Laura, for giving us some great 4th of July music. I'm glad you ended with that one. That's a great song. He had a sticker on his guitar that says this machine kills fascists. Great Woody Guthrie with an amazing song. Thanks also to Kim schaffer, the phone angel, who got you all on the air today. Thank you, Kim. I'll both of you have a great 4th of July. All of you have a great 4th of July. Weekend, continuing on with the calls. Donna in San Diego. Hi, Donna. I'll leave this. I've been waiting. I've been waiting to call you about this for about a year. And what I'm calling about is I was waiting for the surface studio free. Oh no. I finally gave up. Oh no, you should give up, yeah, I don't think, of course, watch. Microsoft will announce it tomorrow. But I'm not going to so I'm looking to instead, I'm waiting for my Samsung all in one that's, I think I bought it in 2015. And I know it's not going to last that much longer..

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WTOP

"He decides to surprise everyone He was in Tulsa recently for a concert but he didn't even ask for a tour of the place He reported a reportedly prefers to focus on the present rather than the past You might wonder why the museum is in Tulsa Well it's because back in 2016 Dylan sold his archive to the Tulsa base George Kaiser family foundation which also operates the Woody Guthrie center and is just steps away from the new Dillon center It'll all open to the public coming up on Tuesday At 25 and 55 another red day but not like yesterday Here's Jeff That was the out more than 500 points this morning by the close it was down 99 the S&P 500 Index finished today down 24 points about a half percent the NASDAQ lost another 173 points today for the week the NASDAQ lost one and a half percent The S&P 500 Index finished the week Unchanged The economy gained another 428,000 jobs last month a 12th straight month Labor Department has reported more than 400,000 jobs gained the unemployment rate was unchanged at 3.6% Best Buy is countering slowing sales by adding merchandise beyond electronics and appliances Many of its stores will now sell patio furniture Mortgage rates are still rising Freddie max as the average rate on a 30 year fix reach 5.27% this week the highest since 2009 it is also two full percentage points higher than just four months ago Jeff clay will be More military aid headed to Ukraine from the U.S. we'll talk about it coming up 5 56 You're.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

06:49 min | 7 months ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"Dust. It was dust. April 14th is known as black Sunday, and it was the most dramatic event of a years long drought known as the dust bowl. On that day, clouds of dust stretched for miles from the east to the west and towered hundreds of feet high in the air. It was impossible to see your hand in front of your face according to witness and folk singer, Woody Guthrie. Dust found its way into homes, cars, barns, anywhere and everywhere. The dust storm was so bad that days later, some dust particles had made it all the way to the eastern states and the Atlantic Ocean. Okay, and question number three on April 14th, 1912, a boat known as HMS Titanic, ran into what? In the North Atlantic Ocean. It was an iceberg and the collision happened at 1140 p.m. on April 14th, and the boat sank after midnight on the 15th. All three of those things happened on April the 14th. Sounds like a pretty tough day, huh? I actually learned about all three of these things happening on the same day because of a song written by one of my absolute favorite musicians of all time, her name is Gillian Welch. And so yeah, I guess this is dedicated to Gillian Welch. Thanks, Gillian. You know, often, in this day and age, people who board an ocean liner are heading off for an enjoyable trip. One where the leisurely act of floating across the sea is one of the main attractions. But in the early 1900s, most people boarding ocean vessels were making a necessary journey from point a to point B and a slow, often arduous trip across the ocean was the only way to do it. Unless they were holding on to a first class ticket, there was little to enjoy. Yet for other people, like violet, jessup, being on a boat was a job. And while many of the ship's crew members probably didn't enjoy their work very much, violet for the most part did enjoy her time as a stewardess on a number of ocean liners. Of course, there were a few bad days, though. And violet's case, there were three of them. Violet's parents had moved from their native Ireland to Argentina in the 1880s, with the hopes of starting a sheep farm. Not long after she was born in 1887 in the South American country, violet felt ill with tuberculosis. Doctors did not like the odds and told her parents to expect the worst. But the young girl surprised everyone and demonstrated an incredible ability to survive. Soon, healthy and rambunctious in her home near the Andes Mountains, violet was scampering around with a pet armadillo and eagerly welcoming a growing flock of siblings. When tragedy struck again and the family lost their father and violet's teenage years, they all boarded a ship bound for England. It must have felt comfortable or otherwise enticing to violet because in just a few years she'd spent most of her days on similar boats. In the meantime, it was her mother's turn. For the family's early days in Europe, violet became the main caretaker of her siblings, while mama jessup worked aboard an ocean liner. Once she had reached adulthood, violet two found herself sailing the seas as a stewardess among several different ships. Violet was a pleasant person, so pleasant, in fact, that many of the passengers she encountered cared for or otherwise helped, wrote letters to friends and family, specifically mentioning her by name. So today, archivists can find violet mentioned in random letters written at sea, sent to people in Europe and America, and all those letters are now preserved for the sake of history. But it wasn't all about life at sea. When a ship she was working aboard came to port, an excited young violet disembarked for days. She treasured the time that she got to spend exploring the unfamiliar and the thrilling joy of new cities. New York was a favorite. By 1910, violet had worked for a few smaller shipping lines. She had told herself that she did not want to work for the white star line. A British company, with the most famous fleet of ships in the world. She heard that their routes across the North Atlantic were treacherous and plagued with things like bad weather, and icebergs. She also heard the first class passengers on white star liners could be pretty demanding. Despite this, when she found herself with no other options, she came aboard as a white star stewardess, tending to passengers, serving meals, caring for the seasick and helping with anyone who needed helping. The white star line changed the world in the years before violet was born when it debuted a fleet of ships known as the oceanic class. They were large, carrying almost 1200 passengers, and they could make good speed with their combination of sails and steam engine. But by the time violet was on team white star, they were hard at work on an all new type of ship. The biggest, fastest, sturdiest, most powerful, and most beautiful, that anyone had ever seen before. The Olympic class. What? You wanted a big ship. And now we've got the ship for you. At nearly 900 feet long. The Olympic class ships are twice. Twice as long as those puny other ships at sea need to carry a lot of people. Look no further. You can fit so many people in this baby. 2400 passengers, and that's in addition to the crew of 900, needed to operate each of these marvelous machines. Splendid grand staircases and ornate ballrooms that rival the finest hotels and parrots in New York are aboard each of these sister ships. Oh, what's that, you ask? Sister ships, that's right. Each one of these sister ships are truly a miracle of engineering extravagance and human ability. That's why we made not one, not two, but three of these amazing beauty. The first one off the line, the Olympic. Namesake for the class of shell. The other two, not far behind. That would be the Titanic. 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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg one O 6 one this inferences go Bloomberg 9 60 to the country SiriusXM channel one 19 and around the globe the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com This is Bloomberg markets All right coming up we're gonna talk fixed income Inflation defends stagflation we need to get to the bottom of this and we talk to the good folks at TC W Steve Kane will join us there He's a p.m. Plus Tara J Frank's gonna talk to us about the Bloomberg 2022 gender equality index will dig into that coming up in this half hour as well but first it's good for Derek And the equities are down Paul amid rising tensions with rush after Ukraine indicated several government of bank websites have been a subject of a cyberattack How big is the effect As fees down a half a percent down 20 downs down a quarter of a percent down 86 And the NASDAQ's down 8 tenths of a percent down a 108 to ten years down 8 30 seconds the yield is 1.96% West Texas intermediate crude's office earlier highs now up about 6 cents of a percent at 92 52 a barrel Comic scolds up a tenth of a percent in 1909 60 an ounce The dollar yen one 1507 The Euro dollar 1357 the British pound the dollar 35 57 Tell me when you walked into your Starbucks to get your extra vanilla no fat latte with soy Did you hear your barista singing You can't scare me I'm sticking to the union I'm sticking to the union till the day I die a Woody Guthrie song The U.S. labor board has rejected a bid by Starbucks to block the counting of unionization ballots in Arizona The decision could pave the way for an expanded labor foothold for the coffee chain depending on the outcome of those votes Who sings Woody Guthrie anymore That's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now with I started to say Woody Guthrie but it's actually Paul Sweeney.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Think you would call it a biopic. It's more an interpretation. And in fact, there was a quote that I wanted to read back to you to see if you agree. This was from around that time, New York Times Magazine quote. Todd Haynes film about Dylan is as much about Tod Haynes as it is about Dylan, where maybe even more dot dot dot Haines was trying to make a Dylan film that is, instead, what Dylan is all about, as he sees it, which is changing transforming and killing off one Dillon and moving to the next shedding his artistic skin to stay alive, close, quote. So plenty of people have project what they think a movie is about on filmmakers. Why were you drawn to a, I mean, we get the music what it is. It's incredible, but what made him an interesting subject for a film and to do it in a sort of the way you did with poison, where it's stylistic, each one is its own almost many separate story that intercuts with the other. And stylistically, even at each one is an homage. Yeah. You know, look, I was getting back into Dylan for personal reasons. I was needing to hear that irreverence and that confidence and that and the way when you're a teenager and you hear that voice and hear that music it drives you forward into a sense of possibility. And I think I don't think I even realized the degree to which I needed that at that time of my life again. Also the unreleased series, which is continued. All of the unreleased albums, the bootleg series. The first three CDs had just been released. And they were somewhat revelatory, and would continue this project that Jeff rose and his manager has overseen ever since. But I was starting to read biographies about Dylan and the thing that was so clear about everybody's account of them. This is completely biographical reality. This is like people observing him day to day month by month in the 60s, is that he was a shapeshifter. He would get into one serious influence and it would be like Woody Guthrie and he'd start to look and sound and act and sing and write like what he got three. And almost construct a myth about where he came from and be very ambivalent about where he came from and I don't know all this stuff. And everyone just fell in love with it. And they ate it up. And then.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The lane doorstep as an infant and now is going to be a mother herself after a mysterious maybe miraculous pregnancy So what's going on here Jail Sanders I want to start with you You play Nick the patriarch A lot is familiar to us in the theater We have a narrator who comes and helps us through the storyline That's a little like our town We see that The set is just stunning It's screams depression We have old furniture upright piano The Dylan music makes tons of sense He inherits the mantle of Woody Guthrie Dylan always felt a little dust bowl even when he was young But then the lyrics to the songs don't seem to have anything to do with what's going on on stage Jay when you were working with the director writer Connor McPherson what did he say What's happening The music is sort of an outer sphere to our inner sphere The outer sphere which is hope and the tone of the times the tone of today connected to the tone of then the pandemic is simply ramped it up I'm the one person who only sings in the final number Mick doesn't have that relief because he's so much in the moment trying to get everyone else here through on his shoulders while sort of holding up the roof of this house that's gradually falling apart around them This boarding house is going to have to foreclose on So he doesn't have the music The thing of hope And you are a phenomenal ensemble You all take your curtain call at the end but I just hope you don't mind if I ask mayor something I'm a longtime fan And it's amazing I looked in Wikipedia It's just really astonishing and there you are mere winning hand born may 1959 remarkably in a faded pale blue kitchen dress with anklets and brown leather shoes and you've been waiting since then for this role Do you feel that way It does match up with everything I ever wanted Musically and acting wise It checks all my boxes of my dream come true Well and tell us more about why she it seems has some sort of dementia but on the other hand she'll yell out one of the most acute observations of what's going on around her You get a wash this morning Of course You might need to go another rinse It don't smell so sweet down here in the downwind If some critics have compared her to a Shakespearean fool what are you feeling in her Well Connor has told us that this is a nativity piece There's a Joseph and a Marianne There's a baby coming The boarding house if you will is the manger And he says that the music is God Stand upright And then you stay Forever young so we are all stuck in this Hell hole we're at every single character is at their wits end and in some ways Elizabeth has the relief of having her mind be faulty so she can move in and out of the music which allows her to kind of be in the God world of the lyrics which are so prophetic and poetic and they sit in another place than the drudgery of the night and the cold and the desperate Ness Who would want to be on stage singing the songs that who would not want that Yeah it's a great song and it's lyric How does it feel comes at the time I think when every character is wondering that thought Kimber mayor mentioned the Marion Joseph characters That would be you kimber Elaine straw playing Mary Ann just going through the motions Yeah she has a lot inside of her that she's trying to figure out because she's going through this mysterious pregnancy She's a young woman living in a world that isn't her own living in the end It's kind of a purgatory She is a black woman being raised in a predominantly.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Sounded the they sounded below twenty. Yeah and and i said off air you know. There are occasions many of them were. Jim was mistaken for us other and was interesting. I've really liked. I actually really like as long as i like that. Tonality of everything about that like the the wave feels so it feels bioshock ish. Just as very dated mass. I really love that. Sal and that was actually a song that Jim would play with his friend door. Read to them would play out on that one now. Eventually they would start singing together and the parallels were drawn. Were actually ian. And silva and joan baez woody guthrie. When they would start playing out together they would do parties college events so they were expanding repertoire and then one fateful night ingrid made the appearance at the coachee home now. They were hospitable. Great food. I think one of the things that stuck out in my mind was old. Mosima was in his chair. He looks up at He pats her hand he just says oh the girl simple so like i said jim ingrid were starting to play at this point. They pretty much together as often as they could they would play music. She would even join him at the radio station where they listen all this music together and it wasn't long before she like tommy. And sal carl bill were. She was a part of jim's life in a very short period of time. Bear in mind. This is only like a month or so not a lot of time passed then moved faster back in the day man. They sure did now speaking of bill. He actually landed. Jim one of his first steady gigs and that was at a place called the riddle panic. It was a race track that converted into i guess what on paper you would call a restaurant but have you. Ever seen roadhouse now. I've seen the dumb. Remember the bar organise. Yeah that's pretty much the paddock. Okay what like is it like oil cans or is it more like robert. It's like oil campaign rough. Basically the bullet just going to say well. Yeah until i tell you. It's time not to be nice. Tend to tell you. It's time not to be nice. Patrick swayze long-on That's the best example. I can give the description of this place in. The book is priceless. Basically the musical acts were on the floor floor level stage in the center of the room surrounded by chickenwire to protect them The bar was frequently attended by military stadiums. The thing was covered in chickenwire surrounding the stage. You said that was like blues. Brother's kind of yeah. Kind of at and brothers. And also in roadhouse. If you'll remember has haley jeff. Neely was behind me was needless to say. The crowd was full of a lot of blue collar. Folks who are pretty much fighting all the time it was military farmhands. Construction workers cowboys places. People would go basically without their wives. It was it was like roadhouse. That's the best parallel. It's it's it's it's there's fighting and those are people who can really just let me ask you take as i was wondering this the other day i was like we were having a conversation about like bar fights heavyweight ever been in a fight t been a forever ago by flying little like when i was a kid or whatever i've never been in a fight isn't all have you ever. Have you ever two questions. Have you ever been punched in the face. Yes yes okay. Have you ever punched anybody. In the vice. Yes yes both of those things. They're not hurt. And i saw knows you if i can if you want someone. You're getting her. I was actually funny enough punched in the face by a girl. But i completely decked guy in a bar for touching my but one time and the thing is people saw me punch ham and then they went after him well good. He was being a douche. Because there's been dose weasel dog pile on this guy. And i might domus with me now. A few little. You know words exchanged and there was one time i did l. my in the spots but in yeah in my defense like completely had it common would hold up in court. I'm sure now listen. There's no video of it allows us never play preserved or anything so now if that doesn't give you an idea of what kind of places was. I'm gonna give a little example. This place was owned by delors. Paul a couple. Dolores was basically running a place. Paul was the chef upon one of the first few nights. Jim was there with ingrid. A mouse fell through the ceiling. Fan was dice to pieces and landed onto a salad. God instead of were to instead of throwing it away. Ready to yes. He did instead of throwing the salad away. Paul was parading at around all of the guests. Also one of the fights poll was stabbed in his foot with his own. Chef's knife almost person. So that gives you an idea of what kind of places this this is a tough houseboy. So of course bill. Reid was a regular here He was drinking. The barbie also played his banjo and would play songs that were not. Bill introduced him to the owners. They gave him an audition basically where he played for dolores couple of songs and immediately agreed to hire him for the rate of twenty five dollars a night which for those keeping track in nineteen sixty four is about two hundred twenty today all a free meal and an open bartend now. That was condo. Hey now at the paddock. Jim really became the performer. That we know him as and it's interesting in a later interview he talked about this and said you know. The guitar was a great instrument of self defense. This actually had a twofold meeting. I was physical. Jim actually realized very quickly not to wear his guitar string because things were flying him he had to get out of the way so wearing the guitar on a strap was actually detrimental The other was the fine arts working the crowd. This is sort of the film. Gladiator when the crowd when your freedom so he had to sort of adapt what he was doing to whatever. The crowd wanted which meant playing songs. That were quite what l. d. would say bodey love body or you're gonna love this one. I love body songs. Isla sea shanties. There's around take talk ra like they dance. The old cj anti is and i just chances or shanti shanti so that you can also sing a sea shanty and then live in a shantytown use again. We're okay anyway. I i love a good dirty song owner lovers when i was working on. Was it mike kind of country. I think he was working on my kind of country and guy submitted a song to me that was called your butthole yup And boy howdy. It was it was body was naughty. It was funny. He didn't make it. But thank you for that sir. Somewhere out in the ethos. I hear you so. Jim would be in this bar that i pretty good make. If you're out there on the eighth us she hears your. Here's your so now joel. Image of this place. I'm sure you can picture. The crowd demanding some kind of lewd entertainment. So that's where. Jim really became known for his style. He was kind of a monologue slash performers slash singer and he would actually make up lyrics sometimes to adjust what the crowd was doing so they'd be yelling things out like play the doggie song and he'd have to with that isn't playing now. I am so happy.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Be So just keep that. Thank god that. I was worried about with a sixteen hours. Stay up i was gonna say up nights now. You don't have to worry about any of that. So they saved themselves for marriage right. So ingrid actually wears this white and black sort of accented dress in june was known for. Having kind of an edgy sense of humor that would sort of walk. The line between offensive but charming so ingrid actually sees him in the crowd. He goes over and i he asses kinda tune your qatar and he looks at her dress and goes look you just like a little skunk at which point. She's absolutely mortified. She gets all offended. Jim takes the guitar anyway. Tunes it they take the stage with the rum runners and needless to say they kill it again. They play midnight special. Actually the girl who invented rock and roll and ingrid actually breaks out into an impromptu solo there. I couldn't find a recording of this. I tried guys. I really did if anyone has any recordings this please share them with us. I love to hear it but as soon as it's done. Jim actually goes through the crowd before it's officially announced the rum runners are the winters so jim goes to and says you sounded great. Can we sing together sometime. And they exchanged numbers at this point. It's all kind of hormones and all that stuff and she's absolutely one over by jim because he's a charismatic guy. he's older and she's you know. And this stage the questions start coming out and this is not the first time they'll be friction surrounding the relationship between the two. The instant angered gets home. The question is what kind of name is crunchy. Is he jewish and on the other side. Have gyms family going. Who is this girl. is she italian. So you can see where there might be a little who stormy stormy skies up and he. Isn't that what makes up your family's pretty much. Yeah i mean i love. I love your family emil. Times are fantastic. Oh yeah but they're insane. Also yeah i love it. Plus you throw in anastasia whose greek we love it so we got irish. We got the we have the nanny. We got the jewish. The irish the italian. The greek meals are phenomenal about holidays. Yes and have you have. You had you an icelandic uncle or on only guy yachts at that point. Yes so ingrid did make the fatal mistake of after hearing from jim. She called him and jim's mother picked up the phone heard about three words and hung right up. I am clutching mind. I know right but asked was say. Jim finally phones back and they set a date to play some music where jim arrives wearing a three piece suit. He claimed that he was at his cousin. Patsies wedding not true didn't happen. They start playing some folk songs. Jim actually teaching ingrid songs by bob. Dylan woody guthrie in fact pastures of plenty by what. He is very popular song. They would play. He even did a rendition of cotton. Joe yeah which if you remember was actually a. It was a him i think but it was popularized by the red. Do no no. It's oh no it's not a he'll okay out of him but no yeah. Really listen to what's happening to that song. Somebody's got the climb up and it's a little stuff going. Yeah i'd be married longtime ago. Where did you go to bed. That girl be dirty in the lab about that..

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Coltrane this time focusing on the year nineteen sixty five. There are a lot of spiritual elements at play here. So buckle up how me back here for some album recommendations after the show. And here's your host. chris burton. There's book coming out. And they asked me to write something about woody sort of like. What does woody guthrie mean to you and trying five words and i couldn't do it. I wrote out five pages and I have it here. it's have it here by accident. actually. But but i'd i'd like to say this out loud so if you consider roll along with this thing here is cold last thoughts on woody guthrie when you head it's twisted in your mind grows numb when you think too old. And what did you look for this. Hope that you're seeking. Where do you look for this lamp. that's burning. where do you look for this oil gushing. Really you look for this candle glow. Where'd you look for this. Hope that you know. Is there out there somewhere and your feet can only walk down to kinds of roads your is can. We looked at two kinds of windowless..

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Is still active today. I've always seen part of my role as a professional musician. Too is kind of a so the seeds because when i discovered the blues the beauty of it the depth of it. I felt like everyone should know about this but despite his national outreach branch says there's more work to be done it needs to be embraced by its creators by its originators because we have situations now where there are festivals was no black performers blues festivals. Which is kind of like an oxymoron. What more do you think that the city could be doing to acknowledge an honor. You know the impact that blue has had on the city. The city as a whole should even more fiercely embraced the blues in a perfect world. I would like to see people like common chance. Who are right here in chicago. Direct some of their energies in it attention to the blues and make it relevant. The twenty first century branch has received a number of accolades acknowledging his work as both an activist and musician. Last year he was inducted into the twenty twenty blues hall of fame and he recently created a song with artists. Dave specter entitled. The ballot. Of george floyd that will be featured in the woody guthrie exhibit at the grammy museum. Can you make talk so then you want to do as branch continues to educate and advocate. He says his mission remains the same to give blues the recognition it deserves. Everyone can relate to this because it is the soundtrack for the human condition. Everybody goes through struggles. Everybody has problems and the blues is a way of releasing expressing this and making it not feel so bad for chicago tonight. I'm in toledo. Branches.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"77 W. ABC. I have discovered the young man whom I think is going to be a superstar. He's got good stage presence. Great set of pipes. He's Italian, and he has a unique way with a phrase. But more than that, there's just something I like about the guy. You see what I think you'll know what I think is my new discovery. Joe Piscopo, I I'm speechless. I got chills. It's one of the greatest versions of the anthem, and we've heard so many versions of the national anthem. From Newark, New Jersey, You know, the Houston family Uh, what? What a glorious voice. What a glorious performance. You know, people say in reading here, too, and I don't see a name. Otherwise, I always like to give credit where it's due. But it says here among the annals of national anthems as a prelude to sporting events, if you have topped the one delivered by Whitney Houston that was Super Bowl 25 1991 in Tampa. Just a woman, her incredible voice and the bare minimum of extraneous notes. A rendition came at a particularly patriotic time just after the onset of the Persian Gulf War and was released as a single. It was re released after the September 11th terrorist attacks. Houston donated all proceeds to charity. She ranks among the best of all time because of the circumstances and not brilliant, brilliant voice. And staying along the patriotic lines Right here on Ramsey mas two Sundays with Sinatra. We're going to hear from everybody today. And I think, Mr Sinatra and certainly our dear friends at the Sinatra family, they would understand that we're going to play everybody and everything. That's great about the United States of America. This is a Woody Guthrie song. It's called this land is your land. Great patriotic song. Did you know Bing Crosby sang this song? This is where my friend Beth, who sent me this great album, Bing Crosby. This land is your life..

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is Conan O'Brien's new show that he's going to start a talk show. What is he gonna be doing? Exactly? All they're saying right now is that the new show is going to be a variety show, a weekly variety show. On HBO, Max. So I don't think it's gonna strictly be a you know, a sit down talk show. I don't think it's going to be like any shows that he's done before. I think it's going to be like an old fashioned variety show with mute music and Top. Oh, jeez. Oh, I hope so. She's plate spinners. Let Zuo person nice place plate spinners and dancing animals and your lenses But the you know that that would be my guess, you know, And he's just been so famous for Doing, you know, going out of the studio and recording things with people on the street, and he's done his show here in Chicago many times and did segments over at the winner's circle and the Irish American Heritage Center and He took a tour of his old apartment in Wrigleyville, just the ones that come to top of mind, so I would imagine it would be things like that. But the talk show as we know it right now on TBS. It's going to be ending on June 24th. That'll be the final show, he says between now and then he's gonna have a lot of surprise mystery guests. And also, you know, lots of look back said. You know, special moments spent on late night TV for, you know, almost 30 years. That's amazing started. He replaced Letterman. When you know when Letterman moved over to CBS, he took over the late night spot on NBC. He got bumped up to the Tonight Show when Jay Leno got pushed out on then he's been on TBS for the last 11 years. So cold has been a staple. I think he's hilarious. I think he's just Not one of the best that is out there right now, So I'm looking forward to this new show. And, as you know, one of the really good guys. He is. He is the real deal on top of a tall, He's the tallest late night. There's no question about that. Also tell us about this award. Bruce Springsteen. God, Yeah, it's called the Guthrie Award. It is a very prestigious honor that is honoring Woody Guthrie, who was an icon of American folk music and You know, poetry and so forth. And you know, it's famous for his songs about the poor and disfranchised of Woody Guthrie Center says that they want to honor Bruce Springsteen for his lifetime of inspiring generations. To find their own voices and to help others. That award will be given out during your virtual ceremony on May 13th and finally making Marchal has a book coming out. What's What's this all about? Well, she's written a new Children's book. That is called the bench and the publisher says that the story came out of a poem that she wrote for Prince Harry for his very 1st 1st Father's day after their son was born. Marco will be the narrator of the audio book and this lovely little book will be coming out on June the eighth. I hope they're going to give complimentary copies. So every member of the royal family back in Buckingham Palace, a secluded castor, they can't wait. What will you be cooking on channel mind today? Yeah, we're doing the same Cinco de mayo cooking today. We've I've got a recipe. This is not my recipe. This is a friend of mine. Lalo Lechuga is his name. He's born and raised in Mexico but has lived here in Chicago forever. And whenever there's AH party or get together, everybody tells Lalo make your guacamole because it's it is just absolutely the most delicious guacamole and his So simple. It's just avocados, roasted jalapeno peppers, and you can control the degree of heat with those When you roast them and a little bit of milk, That's it. There's not a lot of, you know stuff in it, and it's just so delicious. So I'm going to show how to make that. And also today, I'm making a something called shrimp Vera Cruz. Which is a a tomato based Kind of Ah, shrimp casserole. I guess you might say with onions and olives and green peppers and capers and it all cooks together and goes on top of rice. I want to do something different in everybody. For Cinco de my owes, you know, putting out taco recipes. Everybody knows how to make taco. See, That's it's simple. My shrink. Vera Cruz recipe is also very, very simple, but not just that up a little bit. So, Renaud make those at 9 30 today and we started last week. We had a great response. You would like me to send you our recipes that we cook every week. All you have to do is text the word cooks 297999 the word cooks 297999 that'll put you on our mailing list and we'll send out our recipes to you every week. You know you gotta wash.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on KGO 810

"But that kind of I don't like that. You know, I remember when Woody Guthrie and I want to say it's Huntington's disease. That what? He got three died of I'm gonna look this up right now, as I speak to you. But he died of a disease that was passed on, um and the disease itself. Isa. If your kid your kid has a 50 per CIA, it was Huntington's disease. And Arlo and Kathy and Jody and Nora. Um, where the Children of Arlo Guthrie. Um and it's interesting. It's Cathy. By and by her early thirties, started to see her health was declining. On day One of the other brothers received various diagnosis of 1950 to determine he was suffering from Huntington's disease. Arlo Guthrie never got tested. He could've had a test. They would have told him he had Huntington's disease. But he said, I don't want to know. And so that's one thing about science, you know? Is it first of all that ai tool I'm talking about is not 100% you heard 80%. But the Huntington's test would have told you if you have Huntington's disease, you have a 50% chance of dying and at a young age and I'm pulling these numbers from my memory, so I apologize if they're not exactly accurate. Um, And it's interesting. So what? He got three was young and he got it and you know he died. Fairly rapidly, but you know, Arlo didn't want to know. Obviously we have to know our covert condition, right? Whether we're positive negative. That's not what we're talking about. The question would be is to look at people and try to determine if they got cove it whether or not they would be pushed back down the line. Because of pre existing conditions that I bring that up because my sister in law my wife's sister, whom I'm very close to, she's partier. She's my age. She spent her life pretty much drinking a lot and smoking a lot, and she quit smoking a few years ago but developed COPD. She got covered. We freaked, right? I thought for sure she was gonna die. She got a mild form or body found a way to beat it. She and her husband, both who had health conditions got through it, and they're not long haulers. They have me This was a three or four months ago about they still feel occasional fatigue. But they would have been on the list of people to say if we have experimental drugs, or you know that that cocktail of anti viral cocktail would they be the first to get it? They probably wouldn't if it were limited supply. They would have been chosen to not get it because of their well their younger but still They had these pre existing conditions. I think it's one of those cases where You know, maybe it's better if we just helped as many people as we can. Or why don't we have a system that can help everybody? That would make more sense. I'm four numbers 80 88 10 will talk to you. Your take on the events of the day. Um Do you believe that? Once we move past trump that these people these two people has will they lose their bearings without a leader and a Twitter account toe share all this craziness? E don't know. What do you think? 80 88 10. That's next on chipped Get you some days off. A serious.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and AM a 20. NPR News in the New York conversation thistles Fresh Air. I'm Terry Gross. Let's get back to my interview with Ellen and Ben Harper. Ellen is the author of The new memoir, Always a song. Singers, songwriters, sinners and saints. My story of the folk music revival in 1958. When she was 11, her parents founded the Folk Music Center in Claremont, California. Which sold and repaired band doesn't guitars and where her mother taught banjo and guitar and where Ellen eventually did the same. She was growing up. She was surrounded by folk music luminaries and was good friends with their Children like Jean Richie's daughter, Judy and Woody Guthrie son Bill who died in a car crash when he was in his twenties. Ellen grew up in the center spent much of her life working there, giving music lessons and repairing instruments. She runs it now. She also spent years as an education professor at Cal State University and San Bernadino. Son, Ben Harper, who is with us to also grew up in the Folk music Center and became a Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and guitarist. He wrote the forward to Ellen's new memoir. Helen. You became very close with Woody Guthrie Son Bill and he died in a car crash when he was 23. I think you were still in your teens. I think I was about 15.5. I don't think I was even 16 yet. And you were very close to him, and it sounded like you really had a crush on him, too. Yeah, I did have a crush on him. I guess he was sort of a first love. So one of the things he told you was that he didn't want to have Children. Because he was afraid of inheriting the disease that killed his father, Huntington's disease. On Gwen when he died. You thought Maybe he killed himself. Do you still think that I really don't know. Try. It was a lot to absorb from for someone my age, if someone that I had a crush on someone older than me, They hate it when he confided in me how he felt that was what came to mind. I just felt he was so distraught. After having seen his father and then when his other eye he had two sisters and the second one got the disease. I felt that he may have been Have wanted to or thought about committing suicide because he just couldn't see a life for him. He thought of two out of three of the kids got it, He would probably get it. And I really don't know it could have. It was a terrible railroad crossing. It was dangerous. They put in an underpass eventually, and perhaps it was just a knack student. I don't think I'll ever know. There's a story that you tell Ellen that I'd like you to tell because I think every woman who isn't like beautiful but has a friend who is very attractive might relate to this story. And it's a story about meeting Bob Dylan. With a friend of yours? Who wasn't a close friend who came backstage with you, and you had backstage access because your parents knew everybody and including Bob Dylan. Yeah, that's ah, I you know, I had turned. What was I by then? 17, I think and my eye for fashion the latest new jacket. And went to meet Bob Dylan after the show. And, uh, I got what superseded by an attractive woman who was somewhat more Maybe precocious than I was and Okay? And he was introduced to my parents and and at the end, he met them any shook their hands. And then his eyes just went straight past me to this lovely gal that had was from my school and they went to an after after show. Party. And standing there in my like, I I think I said in the book in my new jacket, still wearing a training bra, which I didn't need. I realized that that she was a better choice. When after after show party but I was stung by by being overlooked. And you're the one who got the access. Yes, and she just sort of slathered in behind sin. In retrospect, after hand it to her. You know, she she was bold. You met your first husband? Leonard Harper at a party. In which there were some musicians jamming and Leonard.

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not only my mom's instruments, but her incredible record collection that from my memory for memory ranged from Judy Collins and Woody Guthrie. All the way to Rolling Stones. Led Zeppelin Otis Redding. Sam Cooke, Does that all sound right, Mom? Yes, absolutely. And this may be out of turn, But I don't think I've ever seen you as frustrated as we had to. We had to leave our our childhood home. For a while because things got bad we when we came back. The one thing that was missing from our house was my mom's record collection. Mom, I don't think I've seen you that upset. This day. Yes. And the only record that was left on the shelf was blood on the tracks. Bob Dylan. Yes. I think the title was supposed to mean something. It was it was. Yes. I think it was sending a message. Very a long winded way of saying her. I had access to that collection and finally again when I had put the final scratching her one of my mom's covered it albums she got she would she do? She went to Radio Shack and got me a small turntable small speakers and said here. You know, Here's some lunch money, Get yourself start your own collection kind of thing. And here's a few of mind that Since you've already kind of had your way with you can have those ones as well. So the music from my mom music I was hearing in the music store than my mom's personal collection and then my personal evolution. Towards music. The grew through my formative years into hip hop solely hip hop for a good decade. All of that. Ends up being Some part of the sound that I make. Ellen. How'd you feel about hip hop? When Ben started listening to it? Did you feel like you understood it? I don't. I don't know that I understood it. I think it took some time. But again, you know, taking a page from my mother's book that I would never censor what he what he read or what he listened to. The list. But let's also say Mom and W A is a lot Further out. From Bruce Springsteen or Leonard Cohen. Then the birds were from Woody Guthrie. So it it challenged the sense. I mean, that's that's all right. That's that's true, and there was a certain amount of violence or misogyny and Which bothered me at the time. So would you have conversations about that? Gosh, Ben did. I don't think I really really did. Did we? I think religion or what? You wanted to listen. I reflect that back. Conversations I try to have with my teenagers. So if you did, I hope you have better luck with me than I expected. Hey, Uh, I hear that Let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. I have two guests Ellen Harper and Ben Harper. Ellen is the author of The new memoir, Always a song singers, songwriters, sinners and Saints. My story of the folk music revival. Her son has been Harper. He's a Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and guitarist, he wrote. The forward to the new memoir will be right back. This is fresh air..

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"woody guthrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"woody guthrie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Baseball. I just wanna make sure what he's up to date because, you know, we just talked to Larry. We're starting to ramp it up a man's two weeks from Monday they report on the Jack Peterson dream is over. Just a day after it started. According to the athletic this morning, Jack Peterson has agreed to a deal with the Chicago Cubs. So, man, I'm just gonna file that under easy come easy. Go, Polly. I mean, I only love with the idea of jock for about a day Now he's gone. I was gonna have to bid farewell treating you. It's too Make a name for Farhaan, though you know what I mean? Like he would never get involved with a high profile. They're cops. My baseball ace in the hole here. Why would the Cubs just willingly let Kyle Schwarber go? And then they signed Jack Peterson, aren't they the same dude, What's going? I mean, why wouldn't you keep Schwarber Jock? Probably better. A defense, right? You can play all three outfield positions. Will Schwarber came up as a catcher. So is he brutal in the media butcher out there? I don't know that he's a butcher. But I think you really, really played left. I'd have to check, but I think, Jack and play all three. So maybe the question you got a chance that you got a chance. Your GM, you've got a chance for Schwarber Peterson. He's going Jack Peters. Okay, There you go. There's your answer. Finally our number one sports story The Warriors played basketball last night in the Valley of the Sun didn't work out. Phoenix Suns 1 14 Warriors 93 Now Steph was very good 27 points, but he was all alone. Polly. All alone as Gilbert O'Sullivan once saying alone again Naturally Nice. Yeah. Good. Try early seventies tender ballads of encouragement there, Right. The team's naturally by the way, Speaking of Irishmen, we get a little bit more on the Dylan. No direction home. Shut up! My God! Liam Clancy, showing up in that thing. I am a huge Clancy Brothers fan now. Folk music Irish. Yeah. No, he influenced the great Bob Dylan. This Irish guys told me that when I was over there once they were when we get the points, they was probably like your mind. Bob Dylan. He's the greatest musician ever, huh? He was heavily influenced by Liam Clancy. Yeah, They're kind of taking credit for Dylan. Of course. Of course. Hey, By the way, What is Rory? Think of all this? I mean that, Declan. What is Declan? Think of all this? Think he's right now? Very neutral and baffled. You don't know what's going on. He's like, Who is this guy? Why am I watching this guy? Bob Dylan. He's not about to talk back. He knows I'll snap on him. You know what? The thing about this this film is, though it doesn't. It's not like a look at his entire career. I think it goes up to like a certain point it takes, you know, like the late sixties or something like that. That's good enough. But what I'm surprised that is Dylan's interview isn't discourse as you do the interview. He's extremely forthcoming in a place I've never seen him completely telling all his life story. You're making me wanna watch this again. I mean, I saw this when it's first to me. He's the most taciturn dude. He never says a word ever and everything, he says. You never know if he's serious or not, That's it. In this interview. He's as sober as a heart attack. He's a seriously. He's like, Yeah, I grew up in this town. Here's what it was like. I give you my influences were and then I went to university, Minnesota, and then I got into the folk music scene, and I don't know how Marty got him to agree to be legit for a minute because he's talked about his obsession with Woody Guthrie like Yeah, that's for sure. Yes, yes, yes, he definitely sickly If you watched the basic, he's just a cut rate. Woody Guthrie is what he said He would He. He's like a dime store. What he got. We know what it is like Woody was was Dylan's guy. And Dylan was Bruce's guy like that's the lineage. It goes Guthrie, Dylan, but I think I think Bruce, thanks wants to be what he to. He didn't want to be Woody. They do they all. He's like this for us over the other concerned, Woody Guthrie's A triple O G triple O g Triple o Anyway. All right, sorry. Back to the Warriors. They shot 38% from the field. Ain't gonna do that. By the third race home coming to Phoenix did not go well. One of 11 come on four point something. Here's.

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Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez deliver moving inauguration performances

TIME's Top Stories

03:20 min | 2 years ago

Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez deliver moving inauguration performances

"Inauguration musical performances are tricky but lady gaga jennifer lopez and garth brooks. Did exactly what we needed them to do. By stephanie's jaric when lady gaga the first performer. At the inauguration of president joe biden and vice president kamala harris step toward the podium to sing everything about her that tropical red poof of skirt. The colossal golden dove perched on her shoulder that milk made from moma hairdo. Was celebratory announcement. Welcome to the modern age. Though the road ahead is rocky we no longer need to live and dread gaga living completely in the moment had arrived to point the way toward the future inauguration musical performances in their need to balance solemnity with jubilation are always tricky propositions but the biden harris performances from gaga. Lo and garth brooks performers from disparate backgrounds and different disciplines struck a note. Unlike any we've previously heard let's call it a sigh of relief building to a cheer of exaltation. even the cloud strewn blue of the washington sky seemed key to the moment and to this particular event taking place in a spot where just two weeks ago a bunch of clumsy if dangerous insurrectionist took a run at democracy and failed jennifer lopez was the centerpiece performer. But let's talk about her. First emerging all white chanel. She projected confidence civil woman who has worked her way to the top of her game. White everyone likes to note is one of the colors of the suffragettes. But it's also the color of working people in machine washable cotton and the color of luxury and dry clean only silken wall in this remarkable. Hi lo j. lo outfit replete with snowy gibault possibly a not to the garb of our founding fathers lopez. Saying a remarkable song. This land is your land. It was written in nineteen forty by. Woody guthrie allegedly and shabby hotel room just outside of times square. Not on the six but in close enough for lopez to sing this song a protest anthem but also an irrefutable declaration of belonging with so much conviction and boldness is to bring guthrie's intent and his dream full circle. This is in america. He couldn't have imagined. So terrible in some ways yet so radiant and others here is where woody and his work shirt meets a dazzling latina artists from the bronx who represents not just in terms of any monetary success but in her sheer awesomeness. Everything that an individual is free to strive toward in america. Lopez's version of the song wasn't a reclamation. You can't reclaim something that already belongs to you. And as she segue into the song we sometimes think of as our second national anthem. America the beautiful she reaffirmed that sense of ownership and pride and a breakout moment she shouted out in spanish words that translate into one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all. But you didn't need to speak the language to know what she meant.

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Arlo Guthrie, citing health, says he's retired from touring

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Arlo Guthrie, citing health, says he's retired from touring

"Folk singer Arlo Guthrie's announced that he's retiring for health reasons even canceling shows that were planned for next year yeah and if you want that addresses best known for this thanksgiving classic about his arrest in nineteen sixty five Arlo Guthrie the son of music legend Woody Guthrie says after more than fifty years and two strokes it's time to hang up the gone Fishin sign Guthrie leaves us with Alice's restaurant master creek in eighteen minutes satirical blues ballad about him getting arrested for littering which kept him out of the Vietnam War because he wasn't enough to John on may burn women kids houses in villages after being a letter about well got three often disappointed fans by not playing Alice's restaurant at live shows he felt that he would during next year's tour but now that it's been canceled hi Jackie Quinn and this is

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Tulsa soccer team replaces national anthem with 'This Land Is Your Land'

Brian Kilmeade

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Tulsa soccer team replaces national anthem with 'This Land Is Your Land'

"Semi professional soccer team is changing enough No more Star Spangled Banner before their games Tulsa athletic team announced the national anthem won't be played. Instead, the team is reaching for Woody Guthrie's classic. This land is your Land. This land is your land. This land is my land. The problem with the national anthem, according to the team is in the third verse, which mentions a slave team only has six home games this

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Absent From Stimulus Packages: Overhauling Energy, Climate Programs

Environment: NPR

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Absent From Stimulus Packages: Overhauling Energy, Climate Programs

"Some countries are literally printing money to rescue their economies from the ravages of covid nineteen. The UN and some others argue that some of that money should be spent to fight climate change. The European Union has a plan to do that. The US so far does not despite the fact that this country has a tradition of overhauling our energy sector to promote economic recovery. Here's NPR's Jeff Brady. Consider President Franklin. Roosevelt's new deal a century ago, electricity may not come to mind, but a big element was building massive hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River then the government paid woody Guthrie to write songs about. Colonial. Power returning our. Law. The legacy of those dams is mixed. They forever changed the environment, but they also brought electricity to rural America during the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties about ninety percent of the US. Farms had no electricity. Ted Case is executive director of the Oregon. Rural Electric Cooperative Association his Co. up. Members exist because the new deal brought utility, Poles and power lines down many miles of dusty Rhodes and connected homes to the grid that day was the most incredible day for a lot of families when they finally got to throw. Throw that kerosene lantern out the window which many people did decades later? President Obama was sworn into office amid an economic downturn. His stimulus plan included ninety billion dollars that helped reshape the US energy landscape. It's an investment that will double the amount of renewable energy produced over the next three years solar and wind grew quickly, and now the cheapest source of electricity in some places, but hundreds of thousands of renewable energy jobs have been lost. Scientists say carbon emissions must be reduced dramatically to avoid the worst effects of. Of Climate Change, that requires significant changes at a time. The country already is spending a lot of money about three trillion dollars on relief packages so far Julian brave noise cat is with the group data for progress. It is irresponsible from like a very basic good government perspective to not have any of that money. Go to Queen Energy and fighting climate change noise cat says money should be spent creating jobs to build retrofit houses install rooftop, solar and deploy electric vehicles. Heather reams also is concerned about climate change, but. But her politics are more conservative and market focused. If we're talking about if you'RE GONNA put taxpayer money someplace, put it where you're going to get a good return, and that is in clean energy. Reams heads citizens for responsible energy solutions. She says there are bills. In Congress. That could become stimulus programs even with an administration that shows little interest in climate change they do recognize the economic value that clean energy brings the jobs that brings particularly to a lot of red states, so I think the business certainty. Trump's if you will any kind of political challenges, another idea has the support of some conservatives and big oil companies taxing carbon dioxide emissions I. Think it's fair to say that carbon taxes are economists favorite way of addressing climate change Yona. Marinescu is an economist at the University of Pennsylvania, but she says this would be a bad time to levy new taxes. She suggest the government invest lots of money in clean energy upfront, and then Levy carbon tax to pay for it when the economy recovers, it's one idea among many the point. Is that climate? Climate Change arguably is the biggest problem humans face now and fixing. It requires sweeping solutions at a time. The US's spending lots of money. It's a sad time, but also an opportunity to do investments that perhaps we didn't have the Mo-jo to get our act together and do before. Sometimes it takes a good crisis to finally move in a whole new direction just like the new deal. Here's what's different. Though after the Great Depression and the two thousand eight recession, the country had presidents who believed in fixing the big energy problems of

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Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

Dark Secret Place

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101

"Ten pm kfi am six forty more stimulating talk michael should pay with the news the griffith observatory was evacuated because of a suspicious package for several hours lapd officer mike lopez says the bomb squad was called out the scene after the item was founded about one this afternoon the all clear given about three hours later at four earlier this week more than two thousand people were ordered out of the observatory and its surrounding park griffith park because of a wildfire a bus rolled over and crashed on the ten freeway in downtown la and chp officer roberto gomez says the bus with thirty two people on board rolled over on the ten at the one ten connector at about four this morning that were transported nonetheless considered major injuries that was point from palacasino in route to create most of the people riding on the bus were asleep at the time of the accident the says they're still looking for the reason why the fiftythreeyearold bus driver lost control of the vehicle frank sinatra's first wife nancy sinatra senior has died her daughter nancy sinatra junior says her mother passed away peacefully last night she was one hundred one nancy barbados sinatra was born march twentyfifth nineteen seventeen in jersey city new jersey she was the first of frank sinatra's four wives and the mother of his three children they got married in nineteen thirty nine in divorced in nineteen fifty one after frank had a string of affairs about six thousand people are celebrating what he this weekend in oklahoma akina oklahoma normally has three thousand residents but the population has grown to six thousand this weekend as music lovers gather for the woody guthrie folk festival that celebrates the singer best known for this land is your land reformers this year include grammy winner jason mraz and arlo guthrie daughter and woody's granddaughter antigun three festival organizers says people come from as far away as scotland and australia for the festival which continues through tomorrow land was made kfi new brady's of the world or going extinct marsha middle kids won't be around because millennials don't want three children anymore all the time women's lifestyle magazine the cut says middle kids are becoming a rarity as family planning trends from the nineteen seventies have essentially reversed pew research center says in nineteen seventyone gallup info showed having three children was the ideal in the late seventy s more than thirty five percent of moms between forty and forty four had four children are more.

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