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"yardbirds" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"It's so viewed. Could you have imagined? No it was I mean obviously now my wife is very happy. She's a lost cause song onto the man. Wow How could you do? Oh God. It's. So it's wonderful because again, it brings it back to the real reality. You know makes 'cause my sons were always coming from a real place a now I can genuinely sing that song was with absolute honesty now today. I start to think of what the? Studio setup was like work yet again with like you said, with Paul Samuel Smith. Studio making teeth the Tillman a little bit in one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy, and then now back then you know, I, mean, it was still. Still, quite hazy. You know my future wasn't known I was just falling into whatever came next I was writing on prolifically writing, of course. Collected about thirty. Songs and About that time when I met Paul Semi Smith and he heard. Most of them were finished in still needed another verse or whatever. and. When I'm Paul. He was in this grace base really. Got Into me, he understood who I was I was trying to achieve I need he managed to capture that. In the studio very very simply. The Best Mike's under that time is had just come out of you know about dull history adults because before doll busy got this when you play, they're like an acoustic something, very soft soft signal. You get this Sh- his coming, right so you wanted to get rid of that. His dolby got rid of all that his the acoustic nece became so much more intimate and he was a lover of that kind of sound that kind of. Genre. Bringing him back into the picture. Of course. We're. You know we're. We're very close because we've got this amazing history together not only that I used this. I used to watch him play with the yardbirds in the old days when he was playing with Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton as one of the yardbirds, he was the Bass player so Wow I used to be watching and dancing along. So we brought him back for this album because we got to know each other again sort of. Within the last four years. and. It was just kind of logical. He knew exactly the thing I was going for perhaps in those days. I wasn't quite as where what I wanted, but because now he more or less back germ. Watch me do. Dry He'd give me some kind of pointer. Going in the right direction. It's great to have a good teacher. It's good to be a good listener. Let me play a little bit longer bows upstate a little bit of the original version and go into the new and you can tell me who's on it and has that came to be. The boats are coming to us come to us that God to win had. Gone into. Old Onto this, Shaw..

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interview With Rik Emmett

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

07:50 min | 6 months ago

interview With Rik Emmett

"Welcome back. It's Eddie trunk on this week's podcast. Thank you so much for listening We start off as mentioned with Rik Emmett of triumph coming up second and just a bit. It'll be Rachel Bolan of skid row a very, very deluxe expanded double dip addition to great interviews for you this week I. Hope you enjoy him. We start with RIK Emmett right now. How are you rick? I'm Great Eddie how are you? Good how you in Canada how are you home? Yeah, yeah I live in Burlington, which is sort of a western city suburb, of Toronto and It's been great here. Actually you know it's I haven't minded sort of being isolated and. You know it hasn't had too much effect at actually allow me to become a little bit more creative so I've been enjoying myself. Well that's the thing you know all this pandemic time all the artists I've been talking to all seem to have a different take. Some are really chomping at the bit to go out there and do things and others are enjoying the reconnect with family and not used to being home. This long others are taking the time to do really creative things. Right record do streaming videos what what's been the focus for you. In this time I mean you you are semi retired from touring anyway weren't you? Yeah I had sort of stepped back from touring at the beginning of twenty nineteen. So I was getting used to it and I had told my agent. Well, you know I'll go out and try if you want to necessarily have to fly two gigs. But if you put some stuff together that can drive to maybe I'll try some of that and then along came covert thing and those got bumped and canceled and so but I was already getting used to being off the road. anyways. So I don't really miss the road and I mean. I do Miss Playing And and having that I interaction with the crowd and that energy you know but I don't miss you know airplanes and hotels and taxi cabs and all the rest of it. You know a And the thing. That's weird. Eddie like it was almost like a retirement was a great career move for me because. Round Hill records was putting out the triumph stuff said, he would you like us to put a all your back catalog and I went well sure that it'd be great. It's nice to have somebody believing me. So all of the albums that I made after I left triumphed they've just digitally released him and then I was sitting around going I. Think you know I still want record and stuff when I was writing tunes in When I in nineteen, sixty, two, I don the Bob Dylan record, it was just called Bob Dylan and it was just a cousteau Qatar voice voices. You know all my years I've never really done a whole album like that. So I'm going to do a project like that. So I put that out on my website and then I I was. Writing a book of poetry and it looks like a publisher wants to make a deal so that I can do book of poetry and a memoir. So it's like one thing led to another thing about to nosing before I. Knew It. I had like a completely full calendar, and now of course you know I'm doing all of this promos on calling you. What is what is strung out troubadours I saw link for that. What is after the newest thing you're doing? Now Strung out troubadours was a thing. There was a guy named Dave Dunlop who played in my band and he actually went try and fly the reunion Gig in. Sweden in an Oklahoma Day was actually in the in the triumph hand as well playing rhythm. Guitar and Stuff. So Dave and I had a little duo thing like a lot of times my touring and got to the point where I was doing a lot of solo stuff I wanted something else and so I use the piano player for a while and then I kinda got the edge to have a little bit more of a rock and roll approach. So two guitars made it a little bit more kind of versatile and so Dave is the guy and we did it for you and then I said, Hey, you know what? We should do an album together and put it out. We can sell it at emerge table, and so that was the birth of the troubadours and we did three albums. and. Yeah Round Hill bought my rights out to those days still has his side of it. He he didn't sell them. So he stands to make some more mechanical royalty. Whatever there is to be made these days, right Yeah. So I wanNA talk to you. I. WanNa ask you some triumph stuff of course but before. But before that, let's let's let me cover the reason you're calling which you mentioned the release of your albums after triumph ended for you and I think rick that people would probably be surprised to learn how many records there are, and there were a lot of people that sort of. Categorized what you did after triumph as being a jazz guitar, but that's not all you did. You really ventured into a lot of different styles. So for people that especially here in America that maybe didn't follow all that closely some of the stuff you did after triumph tell everybody what you did musically, and how many records there are in the different journeys those records took you on. Okay well, you know settle in folks make yourself a cup of coffee. This is a long story. There there was thirteen that round hill made a deal for and they ran the gamut and when I first got of triumph. So a little bit of sort of ancient history here left eighty eight. I actually made three albums for an indie either had a distribution through universal and in Canada. And those sort of started an evolution or You know I don't know a a mutation change from being sort of Iraqi. Guy To kinda be in a singer Songwriter Guy and that took me from eighty nine through to about ninety five six. And then I sort of had enough. I. I was I mean the industry had changed You know the whole thing of being sort of in an arena rock band. It's kind of converted to an MTV banned through the eighties that was dying off and there was the rise of Nirvana and soundgarden and so radio had gone in a different direction and I try and thing just seemed like it was over for me you know so I left made those three records in there and I got to the point where I went. Okay. This doesn't really seem to be working for me either and it's not really why I left triumph. In the first place I just want to indulge myself creatively artistically and I don't care if I make money or not This is not a question of chasing career. This is a question of sort of. Chasing what art in music and the music is is pulling me towards calling me. You know. So I, one was a classical guitar instrumental record next one in very short succession was a blues rock and kind of a thing because really that was like where I cut my teeth when I was first learning electric guitar was the whole Eric Clapton Jimmy Page Jeff Beck thing these guys out of the yardbirds then back into the Chicago Blues and down the Delta all of the you know the the same path that those guys went soon as you discover them, you go back down the path that they did too. So you know And then the next record was sort of top jazz because that was the next thing that happened in my life I went to college for one semester in Jazz Music Program but at the time, I was heavily deeply into everything from west, Montgomery to Charlie bird to Joe Pass and so Yeah you know swinging and that comes on playing blues and so those were the first three records I made real quick

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"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"6 40 Corona virus inside the number before 6 30 doctor found, she says protection from a cove it vaccine may be short lived, not the words. We want a year get traffic and weather. Good morning, according to traffic Carbo. We saw about a 1% increase in commuters, both in the rush hour and overall last week compared to the week before. So that number of commuters is still going up, But it's going up much slower. Now. Let's update on the loop 16 04 travel times about five or six minutes. Going east or West bound to anyone. And I I'm calling Ellis NewsRadio 1200 W Away I partly cloudy. Partly sunny today highs in the mid upper nineties. A slight chance of showers Tomorrow cloudy in the morning Sunday in the afternoon. Eyes in the mid upper nineties and on Thursday, mostly sunny highs in the upper nineties. It is 81 degrees starts. Six clock hours. We always do back in the day was 218 years ago in 18 02 The first comic book was published in Hudson, New York. It was Charity is Superman. That's what I would think, too. But it was actually called the wasp. And it was created by Robert Rested coat. Okay? Yeah, 218 years ago, we had a first comic book. I wonder if you had that one. How much that one's worth 52 years ago in 1968. I swear it was 1968 3 years after Eric clip clapped in quick, the Yardbirds and eight months after Jeff Beck left the group, the Yardbirds broke up. Guitarist Jimmy Page had to fulfill concert obligation. So you formed a new group called It The new Yardbirds Keith Moon of the Who said it'll probably go over like a lead Zeppelin. So page change the name.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"In August of two thousand to a rush of blood to the head is cold place second studio album in addition to being critically acclaim the album brought home three Grammys best alternative album best rock performance and record of the year for the song clocks many many songs were written for the album and others were written in health problem three many were scrapped and some were re worked until the out medicine they thought sounded different from their successful first Eric Clapton in March of nineteen forty five he got his first guitar at age thirteen and sixteen was getting noticed for his skill in the early sixties join the Yardbirds for his first taste of success in the mid sixties after already establishing himself as one of the best he joined with green story hardly ends there he had his successes and failures one thing certain Clapton is one of the most important influential guitarists of all time this artist who sued thirteen year old boy he was a one point five million dollar lawsuit in which the boy claimed he was thrown to the ground chipped a tooth and nail suffer from nightmares and chronic bedwetting as a result who was the artist she was and she claims she was the victim of the years of harassment by the boy's sister the case was eventually settled out of court we asked about the passion her fence bringing there once was like this guy and he was in the front row the entire concert with his arms in the air was eyes because I'm pretty sure he thought he was it would start we knew every single word he didn't look at me once it is closed and I couldn't play anybody else with him like I kept checking on him he brought.

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Ding Dongs in the Way

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:57 min | 11 months ago

Ding Dongs in the Way

"Book back to almost famous minute. Where we're discussing. The two thousand Cameron Crowe Film almost famous. One Minute at a time. I'm Eric Nash. From feels like weezer foresight from. Let's say edge of tomorrow minute. Mcc pleasant From the World. I'm a comedy writer and Just elated welcome. Suzy glad to have you on my. I think I became most aware of you at least kind of recently from a star wars minute and and then then even recently. You're on bull. Durham in it. I got I am tearing up the minute scene. Yeah it's pretty great. You're knocking out a wide range of genres to hear from. Yeah yeah to the sports to the Rock Rock Music Rock Music David. This is your first time with us too. I shouldn't they certainly shouldn't forget you but you're kind of our our unofficial co host happening. He's cuppers minutes that we're going to have you. Yeah good good to be here Big Fan of this movie some. I'm happy to do as much. Co host duties. You need me for saying yeah thank you. Yeah we always have. We always have either of you back For other minutes but this man is meant forty six week and it starts with Russell getting electrocuted and ends with Marc Maron yelling at the band in the electrocution scene man. That's pretty grisly. I think Russell does a pretty good job of well not Russell. But you know that actor's name thank you. Yeah it seems to try and say it disappears from Ed. Bill does a good job of making me feel like he is a real lump of meat that just got cooked on a state of man. It's it's disturbing Yanni really keeps it up to. I mean it's there's there's parts during the sped next to especially Where he just he just really continues to be really out of it really well that they didn't know one called it an ambulance. That's buried the seventy lake. We're like mine. You're just got electrocuted a little bit. Because because I've got a little bit of a morbid streak I had to look up other famous onstage electrocutions. Ooh Yeah so Turns George Harrison was electrocuted in the let it be documentary so you can actually watch him put his lips to the megaphone and get like a little shaky doesn't collapse or anything like that but he does sort of back off shows a little bit of visible pain and you can find that clip on YouTube Keith Richards I was thinking I was going to have to wait until Peter Jackson's done here with Dr. Welby reassembling of Lee keeping it in keeping that part. Maybe that'll be the focus of it. Now lose be like the movie where George gets electrocuted Keith. Richards was also electrocuted. But it was much more like what happens on stage here In nineteen sixty five in Sacramento. His Guitar bumped into an ungrounded MIC stand. Apparently sparks flew in. There was a loud bang and the manager actually thought that Keith had been assassinated. They did rush him to the hospital unconscious and heap. He did not wake up until I think it was later that day in the hospital and he woke up and said man that was good. Probably Rush. I think I'll do that. I thought of. I haven't seen a movie since it came out in theaters And so I forgot. I forgot everything because I know a larger memory and yeah so when I watched the minute before I went back in like watch the rest of the movie And I was like Oh if he on drugs flake I was like are they pretending to be elected because he's on drugs like I couldn't remember if there was like a drug thing so anyway but but it makes sense that he gets electrocuted. I guess it's just like because you don't think about rockstars. Getting electrocuted probably happens a lot less than it did in the seventy S or sixty S. Or whatever when you know now that technology is pretty good like but I wonder if anybody has recently only guess you looked it up like actually. Isn't that famous? Still have you for sure there? I mean there's a long string of them from the seventy so it was definitely like a you know we quit and quite figured out how to ground these things yet. like As freely was electrocuted from kiss and he actually wrote a song about it called shock me later on and then but there are actually people who died from electrocution In the seventies. Yeah Yeah let's Harvey from stone. The crows which was sort of a pub rock band in the early Seventies. He died in in Wales from poorly grounded. Mike Electrocution and Keith Ralph. From the yardbirds died in his basement recording studio from an improperly grounded guitar apparently but yet there's actually a kind of a grisly video. You can find of the band. Hot Hot heat Playing an outdoor festival in Ohio. Somewhere in I don't remember exactly what year it was like. Fairly like the twenty tens. I think where the one of the guitar players get electrocuted and collapses and it's very similar to this like no one really realizes what's happened until he's been laying on the ground for a couple of seconds and then you know the music kind of slowly fades out and everyone in the crowd was like what's going on and it so it's it's still sort of a modern problem. I think trying to put on an outdoor show with you know. Weather conditions in long runs of cable across a field and things like that makes it more dangerous. But Yeah Yeah. I didn't realize how dangerous rock and roll lists the threat and there's other I think really good acting and decides besides just Russell Billy's You know I mean there's there's all this confusion is going on you know and then that's that's actually what jeff bb says. Hey what's going on we here? We also hear like this. Maybe I got it from somewhere or some Transcript site whatever but stinking stinking roads you know so. A roads roads fender bass wise at coming roads. Some some kind of Either Anchor Guitar. Some sort is the root. It's like a brand name erodes Oregon too but I didn't see any of that hanging out instead. Yeah and noticed that both Jeff and Russell. Have like to have two microphones on their MIC stand Sort of tied together which was kind of a weird seventies thing that they did do. That was Sometimes if they rip especially if they were recording the show. You'd have one Mike that fed the PA in one that went to the recording stuff But apparently the grateful dead also did this sort of a weird early form of noise canceling because they would they would put their speakers. Grateful dead put their speakers behind them and did a lot of like weird separation so like the base when we came out of this portion and the guitar came out of his portion to train gift. Things a little more dynamic separation but apparently if you put too close together and you do one in positive polarity in one in negative polarity sort of does some fancy noise cancelling thing on really know but apparently is common in the seventy s until we figured out you know plug ins and laptops and things so very cool. I'm writing so much I do have been baby myself. I was GonNa say you wonder if he's ever seen that before but yeah well the the big thing I've seen is that You know it looks. It seems like there's there's a there's a fair amount of duct tape that I think has happened there at at at Russell's microphone and I've seen lead singer do that before I've done sound work with a few bands quite a few years ago. There was one that Kevin just started going crazy with taping like okay. If you want to do that you're that that's interesting. I wouldn't at seems unsafe. Well I don't know. Duct tape is Great. I guess no don't don't don't know absolutely. I never thought I came from the south. Everything's held together with duct tape. I'm the other thing that that that's at. The very beginning of it is the that the plumbing song is ending. I mean it's not really ending. That's not supposed to end but it's ends because of everyone leaving their instruments in running towards wrestling then than certainly away getting off the stage but You know in the draw. I think in a normal fashion. I think the drums are kind of the one that kind of goes along. The drummer can just be on his own groove and I mean he's sexy Griffin centrally and. Yeah he and he can't maybe can't see what's happening sunders obstruction. Yeah Ding dongs. Away can't Ding dongs meaning drums. Let's that's what I'm gonNA call them now. You know what I'm talking about the hidden things drummers love it when you call me being Donner's I think too so. Oh Yeah Yeah. They totally loved that. Because it's very cool in rock and roll.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Who turns seventy five today. Jeff beck. jeff beck turns seventy five years old today this is from his eleven stu you of them pay some mel's what he played into yardbirds yardbirds played at saint xavier senior prom when beck was in the group It was in April nineteen sixty eight. -magine that you're going to say next senior prom, and you got the yard booze. That's not bad at all. Well, hey, I've got to say this, you can tell you it at my junior prom. We had to do pres see the pyramids along the nine at my senior prom. We had the Brooklyn Bridge. and what was funny is is like like i said i i never can keep my nose at things but they were going to sing at my prom and so i i not left or excuse anything i told my data said i wanna go see something so immediately she thinks i'm sick and i'm going to the bathroom no no i wanna go see us i went i was going to go backstage and i wanted to meet the brooklyn bridge i think it was johnny maestro maybe it wasn't anyway And there was like, the, the lead singer it had to be Johnny maestro. and he was he was back stage and it was just like lying on a couch and it was like the guy had a way like like two hundred pounds that's johnny maestro that's got it's going to single senior prom but anyway yeah jeff beck in in the yardbirds played at the senior prom two-time hall of famer went in once with the yardbirds what an once with the as himself as a solo act and seventy five years ago today my goodness He came upon this earth, Washington, Surrey England, my three top guitarist of all time. jimi hendrix eric clapton jeff beck if there was a fourth jimmy page if there was a fifth i might get into a discussion with you about stevie ray vaughan might a lot of other good ones to but those those are my top three with pages four straight ahead he is one of the great critics in the history of criticism and i'll tell you why next would met wolf of a._b._c. joins us on seven hundred wwl.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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"yardbirds" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"But I think he knew why strands as I mean Helen girl said it my dad couldn't. Carrie Hyun in buckets that was exactly so the. Eight whatever gonna try and be musically himself is never gonna hap. Yeah. Well, and obviously, you know page had had all the inclination and all the talent on that side. But, you know, at the same time of most people know Jimmy is, you know, a quiet reserved type of person. And now he has an older brother who can do all the things that he probably wish you could do physically and through intimidation right there for him. Right. Yeah. That's very that's very much all over he could hide behind grounds as he did, you know, as as musicians do behind that manages, you know, all all of them. Do this Roxas will get the managed to do the work definitely repeater pay to do the dirty work. All y thing that's a fundamental difference between his solid management and some of the people that have gone. Onto manage Jimmy page rubber Plum. Yeah. Say it's they will get fired. Why? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly exactly why I need to reason this in my head, and it's like, no, no, you don't I just can't just go and do ask you to do. All right. Tell bring in another character here, the new Yardbirds become a Led Zeppelin, and I believe in your book a grant makes it the LED. So everybody knows it is Led Zeppelin and not leads up or or Americans would pronounce it leads. We probably would. The. Gate American financing leads that. I don't doubt that for a second. Been the same here as well. But anyway stout. Yeah. He crossed out the that's is a contract picking around someone. I spoke to has a copy of the outcome ways east scrubbed at the coated lights. So he shopping them to record companies. And so they signed with a label known mostly for its blues in Seoul records loved by their aristocratic, president Ahmet Ertegun, so how Sep signed to Atlantic, and what was the deal that made it so special at the time when I think they did is recorded the album themselves Jimmy page paid for it. Right everything right down to the Cavs show. They control everything which is let's say that that was about two thousand dollars. I remember right in nine hundred thousand. No. Just to make everybody jealous. Yeah. Let's one was made for two thousand dollars sounds like now. Yeah. Still right now. But yeah, he took in the idea was he produced that he used an engineer a produced it, and we this is all product this thing of pace of wills. We'll we'll sell it to the highest beta. So the saints lady least the music to Atlantic records. They would tell land usual. Nobody knew time Joe. And there was a real bidding war going on time. I mean, CBS revolved Auckland records over here wanted wanted the place of they went into Atlantic. Because as he said, he was a great soul and blues label, I mean, Harris some of their favorites had come off. They loved them to neat broke next. They sold those guys as being real music caused by that time Antic being swollen. Why was the big orders conglomerates, but he did Alantic was still a cool. It was a hit label Aniko slanted will Led Zeppelin because they get in the rock business night cream and cream. It's it's out cremant lost enough. They split out. They needed skinny white, boys guitars. You know, that was that was the thing didn't make Jerry Wexler happy. But he went along with Alexa. Where Wexler sign them. I mean, I think it was Wexler who Said's may have been in in a Barbara fayle. I ready Wexler Sajeewa's fantastic. As raise the Franklin. And right, Charles way. It was Led Zeppelin. It was bringing in the money on that label. So I think Wexler small enough to see where the money was not sixty eight so, but as soon as he signed me handed them over to. Attic onomic became they go I very very much guy, but he was an unusual relationship as a huge volumes, and they controlled everything. Yeah. That's that. Again, the highly unusual at that time. It was I I think the the word you use was least they leased their music to to Atlantic and enhanced wonder brothers. So obviously the interview and book are about Peter Grant..

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"yardbirds" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"How about okay, this is good? There is a band called the salty peppers, and they later became earth wind and fire. No kidding. Yes. Earth wind and fire. Once had the hokey name of the salty pepper. They made the right decision. That's a better name. Now. I think you like this band. So you may have heard this piece of trivia, Dino who soft white underbelly one. Sound familiar does? But I can't I'm not gonna get it software underbelly later on became blue Easter call. There you go. Blue oyster cult. That's a great isn't blue Easter culture. Great name. All right. What about the screaming AB dabs? The screaming AB dabs the screaming apps. That'd be Genesis know who isn't Pink Floyd? Wow. According to and this is from the Rolling Stone, by the way. They're they're pretty authoritative exactly aren't during the easy ones on like, the new Yardbirds or something. Wicked Lester did you ever hear this one this one I heard no wicked Lester, if you saw the picture that went along with that, you would know instantly. It's kiss kiss was called wicked Lester, this was once known as wicked Lester. Yeah. Trying to see if there was any reason for it, doesn't it? Just sounds like one of those things where there was like a freak in the neighborhood named Lester. Yes. Kind of like Leonard Skinner d- named after the gym teacher in gym teacher. Okay. One more the young aborigines became very famous under a much more commonly known name, the young aborigines. ACDC beastie, boys. No kidding beast..

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"yardbirds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Absolutely. As a matter of fact, I am on catava river right on the river water front property and between me at Asheville North Carolina where the Qatari river stars just twelve dams in and each war of makes a reservoir behind it lake Norman in Charlotte in late Wiley here where I am. And but what happens is, and they did it yesterday and the day before and the day they open up all the damn. Order out. And right this minute. It's low but this time tomorrow night. Let's go review right back up in my front yard, how how many feet above the Cotabato are you? So that if it crests how many feet do you have to before you have to worry about it coming in your front door. Well, luckily, I'm right? All of a ruled by. The house. And my deck where I stand out and look at the way, which is only probably Casey see from my face the water. And then I have a peer that goes out into late where I keep my bug. And anyway, the war would really raise how they don't know. What's coming? Sometimes the war actually comes up over the rocks. The rip rap is called. Into my front yard and my grants. Well, it's nice. If that's all it does. I hope it does. You don't you know? I I was they told us is that, you know, the there are a lot of these media reports were talking about the possibility of dislodged snakes alligators. But I hadn't heard any update on that. Have you heard anything more about people finding unusual creatures where they shouldn't be? Absolutely. I sure have as a matter of fact that was biology and chemistry major at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, and I studied all the different poisonous snakes and non or. And I've never killed one. But there's no problem here. But yes around Newburn, North Carolina our banks. We're all the swamp so gore the backed up all of these reptiles. Turtles snakes, alligators, buddy. Right downtown new Bern, North Carolina. Ian is going to have alligators in already has seen him in the end straight right there. Downtown Newberg North Carolina was is right on the news river. I saw that. That was the there's a small TV station there, and they had to evacuate. They they all they did. I think the chief meteorologist stayed there at that Newburn TV station until the absolute last second. And then the water came pouring in. He's like gotta go, and they dislike turned off the cameras and left, and that's all they only had. Yep. You're exactly right. But this this was going to be devastating from. Rain standpoint of flooding. We were already saturated we have we've had already had more rain before the storm, then we're normal having a full year. So we're Brown was already like a sponge. And now it's on top of it. It's it's going to be devastating all the way to pay Bill in Raleigh, North Carolina. Okay. Well, I'm glad you're up on that bluff, I feel better about it. And I look out for those shark NATO's. That's the only thing that we got to worry about those now to apparently. So let me take a quick story. I was trying to catch Chris on their zeppelin story. And you can probably tell me if it's true or not at rollers or years ago. When Jimi Hendrix England in the late sixties, and we're football club there Jimmy page about if he was about right. His buddy Pete. And they went down to the club to watch Hendrix, intercourse blew the crowd away. Whether it's back. I mean, you're a player with his teeth. And after the show is over they were standing around and Jimmy pays looking at peach house. Well, all I got to say as we've got a practice a whole lot more. Well, I have that story is not in the book, but I will tell you. He did the they mentioned how much. Jimmy page was influenced by Jimi Hendrix, in the sense that it was his showmanship his ability to stand up there with the guitar. What was interesting was that Jimmy page doesn't sing? And so that kind of hampered his career, and it's part of what made, you know. You know, Pete Townsend and makes. Jimi Hendrix, so different. And that was one thing that the Jimmy page was very much aware of was that he needed to find these other pieces of the band. He could never be the leader. Like, the frontman Jimi Hendrix would could be because he couldn't sing. Yeah. And at one point he did try to steal the drummer from the from the Jimi Hendrix experience. He couldn't get he was trying to try and get him to be to replace the drummer in at the end of the yard birds. I tell you what made a pretty good choice with John Barham. Well, but he, and he was an unknown. Which is interesting. They tried for Keith moon. And there was a very much of a rivalry between Pete Townsend and Jimmy page. There was no there wasn't a lot of camaraderie between the who. And and and the Yardbirds or Led Zeppelin. They they had a they had a tense relationship. I think they made it up later on. But that's in the book too. I think you'll find it. Interesting. I I gotta jump. Let me get to Joe in lung enjoyed talking to you bury stay safe Joe is east of the Rockies in Long Island on coast to coast AM joke tonight, a couple of questions really on Led Zeppelin now, you read most of the books, etc. But yeah, one would be the song. Stairway to heaven. Now, I understand that was like supposedly the number one requested song on the radio in the seventy s just a just an awesome a song. That's so, you know, chilling, but what you really even call at a rock song, or or when it almost speed to you or to people Celtic, you know, supposedly wants Wettin and part on that wells threat yet. So you know, you bring up an interesting point would steer. We'd have I would say it is like a lot of Led Zeppelin songs. It has it starts in in one. I'm going to use one of those fancy words, but it starts in one mill you and ends in another. So it starts kind of as a folk song and ends as a as a rock song. And I think they do that in a couple places like houses the holy does that with over the hills and far away where it starts as a Celtic thing. And then it goes into. To Iraq song. And so that was pretty standard for them and the whole point of stairway to heaven was to break a rule Jimmy Jimmy page. It always said the number one rule for any session musician was that you never sped up or slowed down the time. And that was what was the number one thing about you. As an artist is that you could keep a perfect time to the whole session. And that's what he does with with intentionally. That's what he did with stairway to heaven. And that's why the song it just starts slowly increasing the tempo is a goes along. And that time signature is part of what makes that song so special, and that's how it it it morphs essentially from a folk song by Celtic of folk song. I thought this was really interesting. It was written entirely in performed as a song recorded the music was recorded before the lyrics ever written, which I think that's part of the masterful. This of that song because they disarmed so seemless together some out the helps when you look at some quotes from that time deep purple being example, maybe a little bit later. Peter Frampton in Chicago. It's I thought listening to them that they seem to have drawn from Led Zeppelin not necessarily imitating them. But really kind of following their lead to a degree. We'll humble pie. Definitely did. So Peter Frampton when he was in with humble pie. That was that was. Yeah. That's they were sort of the the second tier Led Zeppelin. And and they were happy to be that, you know, they were to be mentioned in the same breath is Led Zeppelin that was humble pie. Chicago. I don't know kind of what the deal was with the I know they really into the fuzz box thing. And that was that was another Jimi Hendrix. Sorry. Another Jimmy page thing was was playing with that fuzz box and getting that sound. When they were doing early other experiments with the with the Yardbirds. So maybe that way. But there you go. Appreciate that. Interesting. Commodore. Appreciate you know, I'll tell you in. You know, if we have other calls on Led Zeppelin. I'm I'm happy to take him. But you can talk about anything you want. It's open lines. I will say this part. Of all of the revelations about Jimmy page in the book, the one I found most startling maybe other people knew I didn't. That Jimmy page. Retained fifty percent of everything Led Zeppelin made and everybody else the other three guys in the band and the manager split. The other fifty percent. And that's I mean, he was a bit of a dictator in that way. Not that people disputed his talents, both as a producer would she was the producer? But also, obviously is a performer. But man, I mean, so he it was his band. And I didn't think I fully understood how much was his bent. He owned the band, and and everybody else was kind of on salary, which you don't necessarily and it caused some tension, which is all explained but Allen is an Auburn California on coast to coast Allen. Staying with the Jimmy page of fame. I had a recent counter with Jimmy page when he was still with a yard Birt's. I was a huge and still a huge. Jeff Beck fan. Monica to to see the Yardbirds. This is toward the last year. I think that they were together and unbeknownst to me, and my brother Jeff Beck should quit just several days before that that appearance and been playing with Jimmy page and Hollywood of what the same those two, you know, Tom betting on stage. But anyway, I was really disappointed when Kirk went up, and I'm looking for Jeff Beck, and Jeff Beck. But it didn't take too long for me to realize that you're in good hands with Jimmy page. We must interesting story. And they talk about it. It's in the book the Jimmy page. Would they talk about that particular period? How Jeff Beck kinda split on. And then we sort of voted out of the band, and that was hard problems yet some tonsillitis, chronic constantly. No, it was a lie. Oh that was a lie. Funny is because they actually he mentioned that that it was wink, wink, tonsillitis, but it wasn't tonsillitis. He was you know, he was he was being a bit of a prima, Donna. And and and it was Jeff it was really Jimmy page. That got Jeff Beck. The gig in the Yardbirds. They wanted Jimmy page. You wouldn't do it? And they brought in Jeff Beck. And then at the time they they came back to offer him another slot and they offered him bass player. And so Jeff Beck was the lead guitar player and Jimmy page played bass for the Yardbirds not very well. But then when Jeff Beck split Jimmy page right away took over as lead guitarist. And then Jeff back comes back, and they do perform together a few more times. Together, and they sort of make up from that point. So that's in the book, so interesting that you had that little connection for that Santa Monica story. Well, that's the connection actually was I the front row seat, and when he played happenings ten years time ago one of my very favorites. Right. Underrated at the art Brittan, he came on the down stroke and the bottom e string curled up around the guitar, and he tore it off. And it was in a big looping reached out. I was like four feet away from any handed it to me. Girl, either side of me, and I hit the loop around my hand, and they were sawing on this. And I'm not sure diabolical about this. But it certainly hurt like the devil. Guitar string for a number of years one. I'd I'd always bring it out. When conversations have stuck to run crews. Jimmy pages. And I got so tired of people going. Yeah. Right. It's such a cool story. Well, it's very interesting. And actually, there's there's even more about that than that. You'll want to know because it was you you're hitting on a very pivotal time. So the fact that you have that I, you know, row connection as it were. I think you'll Yardbirds said three the three one of the great good three. Great guitarists of the twentieth century. Eric Clapton, of course, and the commercial direction Yardbirds were headed. So Jeff Beck. Right there. Most commercials szeswith, Jeff, of course, as you mentioned Jimmy page finished. I'll tell you.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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15:38 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"As a matter of fact, I am only catava river. I'll be right on the river. Roar property and. Between me and Asheville North Carolina where the catava river stars just Quayle dams, and and each of makes a reservoir behind it lake Norman Inshallah button late wildly here where I am. And but what happens is, and they did it yesterday and the day before and the day they open up the dam. Out. And right this minute. It's low but this time tomorrow night. Let's go right back up in age of my front yard, how how many feet above the Qatada are you? So that if it crests how many feet do you have to two before you have to worry about it coming in your front door. Well, luckily, I'm right on a steep move back. House sits up and my deck where I stand out and look at the way, which is only probably Casey for my face. And then I have a peer that goes out into late work, keep my buzz. And anyway, the war would really raised Hal, and they don't know what's coming. Sometimes. The war actually comes up over the rocks. The rip rap is called into my front yard and water my grants. Well, it's nice. If that's all it does. I hope it does. You don't you know? I I was they told us is it, you know, the there are a lot of these media reports are talking about the possibility of dislodged snakes alligators. But I hadn't heard any update on that. Have you heard anything more about people finding unusual creatures where they shouldn't be? Absolutely. I sure have as a matter of fact that was a biology and chemistry major at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, and I studied all the different. Poisonous snakes and non or. And I've never kill one. But there's no problem here. But yes around Newburn, okay? And our banks. We're all the swap the backed up all of these reptiles. Turtles snakes, alligators buddy right in downtown. New Bern North Carolina. Ian is gonna have alligators already has seen him in the end of straight right there downtown Newberg North Carolina, which is right on the news river. I saw that. That was the there's a small TV station there, and they had to evacuate. They all did. I think the chief meteorologist stayed there at that new Bern TV station until the absolute last second. And then the water came pouring in. And he's like gotta go, and they dislike turned off the cameras and left, and that's all they had. Yeah. You're exactly right. But this this is going to be devastating from a rain standpoint of flooding. We were already saturated we had we've had already had more rain before the storm. Then normal having a full year. So we're ground was already like a sponge and now on top of it. It's going to be devastating all the way to pay Bill in Raleigh, North Carolina. Okay. Well, I'm glad you're up on that bluff, I feel better about it. And I look out for those shark NATO's. That's the only thing that we got to worry about those now to apparently, so. Let me tell you a quick story. I was trying to catch Chris on their zeppelin story. And you can probably tell me if it's true or not because. Four years ago. When Jimi Hendrix where England in the late sixties, and we're football club. There. Jamie pay the biography was about right, buddy. Pete townsend. They went down to the club to watch Hendrix, intercourse, Henriques blew the crowd away. Whether it's backwards. I mean, you're a player. His name was. And after the show was over. They were standing around and Jimmy pays looking peach house, though, said we're all I got to say we've got a practice a whole lot more. Well, I have that story is not in the book, but I will tell you. He did they mention how much. Jimmy page was influenced by Jimi Hendrix, in the sense that it was his showmanship his ability to stand up there with the guitar. What was interesting was that Jimmy page doesn't sing? And so that kind of hampered his career, and it's part of what made, you know. You know, Pete Townsend and makes. Jimi Hendrix, so different. And that was one thing that that Jimmy page was very much aware of was that he needed to find these other pieces of the band. He could never be the leader. Like, the frontman Jimi Hendrix could could be because he couldn't sing. Yeah. And at one point he did try to steal the drummer from the from the Jimi Hendrix experience. And he couldn't get he was trying to try and get him to be to replace the drummer in at the end of the Yardbirds. I tell you what made a pretty good choice would John Barham. But he and he was an unknown. Which is interesting. They tried for Keith moon. And there was a very much of a rivalry between Pete Townsend and Jimmy page. There was no there wasn't a lot of camaraderie between the who. And and and the Yardbirds or Led Zeppelin. They they had a they had a tense relationship. I think they made it up later on. But that's in the book too. I think you'll find it interesting. I gotta jump. Let me get to Joe in lung enjoyed talking to you bury stay safe Joe is east of the Rockies in Long Island on coast to coast AM joke tonight, a couple of questions really on lead sat plan. Now, you read most of the books, etc. But. One would be the song stairway to happen. Now, I understand that was like supposedly the number one requested song on the radio in the seventy s just just an awesome. You know song? That's so, you know, chilling, but what you really even call that a rock song or or or when it almost not you or people Celtic, you know, supposedly wants Wettin and part on that wells threat. Yeah. So you know, you bring up an interesting point. I would say it is like a lot of Led Zeppelin songs. It has it starts in in one. I'm going to use one of those fancy words, but it starts in one mill you and ends in another. So it starts kind of as a folk song and ends as a as a rock song. And I think they do that in a couple of places like houses of the holy does that with over the hills and far away where it starts as a Celtic thing. And then it goes into Iraq song. And so that was pretty standard for them and the whole point of stairway to heaven was to break a rule Jimmy Jimmy page and always said, you know, the number one rule for any session musician was that you never sped up or slowed down the time. And that was what was the number one thing about you. As an artist is that you could keep a perfect time to the whole session. And that's what he does with with intentionally. That's what he did with stairway to heaven. And that's why the song it just. Starts slowly increasing the tempo is goes, a long time signature is part of what makes that song so special, and that's how it it it morphs essentially from a folk song like Celtic folk song. But I I thought this part was really interesting. It was written entirely and performed as a song recorded. The music was recorded before the lyrics were ever written, which I think is that's part of the master fullness of that song because they just sound so seemless together some. When you look at some crops from that time, deep purple being example, maybe a little bit later. Peter Frampton in Chicago. It's I thought listening to them that they seem to have drawn from Led Zeppelin not necessarily imitating him. But really kind of following their lead to a degree. We'll humble pie. Definitely did. So Peter Frampton when he was in you know, with humble pie. That was that was. Yeah. That's they were sort of the the second tier Led Zeppelin, and and they were happy to be that, you know, they were to be mentioned in the same breath is Led Zeppelin that was humble pie. Chicago. I don't know kind of what the deal was that. I know they really into the fuzz box thing. And that was that was another Jimi Hendrix. Sorry. Another Jimmy page thing was was playing with that fuzz box and getting that sound when they were doing early other experiments with with Yardbirds. So maybe that way. But there you go. Appreciate that. Interesting. Commodore. Appreciate you know, I'll tell you. In if we have other calls on Led Zeppelin. I'm happy to take him. But you can talk about anything you want. It's open lines. I will say this part. Of all of the revelations about Jimmy page in the book. The one I found most startling maybe other people knew I didn't. That Jimmy page. Retained fifty percent of everything Led Zeppelin made and everybody else the other three guys in the band and the manager split. The other fifty percent. And that's I mean, he was a bit of a dictator in that way. Not that people disputed his talents, both as a producer would she was the producer? But also, obviously is a performer. But man, I mean, so he it was his band. And I didn't think I fully understood how much was his bent. He owned the band, and and everybody else was kind of on salary, which you don't necessarily and it costs them tension, which is all explained but Allen is an Auburn, California. Coast to coast Allen. In staying with the Jimmy page of fame. I had a brief encounter with Jimmy page when he was still with a yard Yardbirds. I was a huge still a huge. Jeff Beck fan. I to be to Monica to to see the Yardbirds. This is toward the last year. I think that they were together and unbeknownst to me, and my brother Jeff Beck's equipped just several days before that that appearance. You've been playing with Jimmy page and how those two Tom betting on stage. But anyway, I was really disappointed when Kurt went up, and I'm looking for Jeff Beck can know Jeff Beck. But it didn't take too long for me to realize you're in good hands with Jimmy page. Interesting story, and they talk about it. It's in the book the Jimmy page where they talk about that particular period. How Jeff Beck kind of split. An end was sort of voted out of the band, and that was hard problems yet some light, chronic constantly. There was a lie. That was funny is because they they actually he mentioned that that it was wink, wink, tonsillitis, but it wasn't tonsillitis. He was you know, he was he was being a bit of a prima, Donna. And and and it was Jeff it was really Jimmy page. That got Jeff Beck. The gig in the Arbor's. They wanted Jimmy page. He wouldn't do it. And they brought in Jeff Beck. And then at the time that they came back to offer him another slot and they offered him bass player. Jeff Beck was the lead guitar player and Jimmy page played bass for the birds. Not very well. But then when Jeff Beck split Jimmy page right away took over as lead guitarist. And then Jeff Beck comes back, and they do perform together a few more times together, and they sort of make up from that point. So that's in the book, so interesting that you had that little connection for that. Santa Monica story the connection actually was I got at the front row seat, and when he played happenings ten years time ago, one of my very favorites. Right. Underrated team on the down stroke and the bottom eastern curled up around the guitar, and he tore it off. And it was a big Lucchini reached out. I was like four feet away from any handed it to me. Girl, either side of me, and I hit the loop around my hand, and they were sawing on this. And I'm not sure anything diabolical about this. But it certainly hurt like the devil. Guitar string for a number of years. I'd I'd always bring when conversations start to run. Thank you. Jimmy pages. And I got so tired of people going. Yeah. Right. Such a cool story. Well, it's very interesting. And actually, there's there's even more about that than that. You'll want to know because it was you you're hitting on a very pivotal time. So the fact that you have that I, you know, ro- connection as it were. I think you'll Yardbirds at three the three one of the great gets three great guitarist of the twentieth century. Eric Clapton, of course, and the commercial direction Yardbirds were headed. So Jeff Bagwell their most commercials assessment. Jeff, of course, as you mentioned Jimmy page finished. I'll tell you this. A rapid appear in and thanks for your your thoughts on that Allen. Was that actually the song you mentioned that ten years happening happening ten years, whatever that's like, they they talk about how much they hate that song. I hated that. I love you. I think it's funny, but it was forced on them by their manager. And they played it, and they it didn't work. Well, thank you. Let me go to wildcard line. Elizabeth is in LA coast to coast AM, Elizabeth. How are you? Good. Got a minute here before the bottom of the hour, just two quick questions one. I'm not sure if you've read the hope, but is there anything in there about the castle Jimmy page from Crowley and the second the second question is is there any truth to the rumor Jimmy page may be the son of a Kennedy or a Schreiber. No. Although that's interesting you mentioned that because of his moon face. He does look like he does look like Ted Kennedy. There's like there is a kind of that quality to him. Yeah. They talk about a lot about his terrific. Good looks. And and yeah, no. I don't think there's any connection role. They they do go into a bit of the genealogy of all the people in in Led Zeppelin, and where they lived and that Alastair Crowley mansion. And then later on the castle with the moat and everything was pretty cool. I mean, I walk away liking Jimmy page a lot more than I thought I would. I don't feel I still know him. But I at least I think I understand what when I do know about him better. Open lines on anything you want. We still got time looking forward to it. So we'll roll the numbers coming up next. We'll take it to the end of the show, and we'll see where you're going to take us next on coast to coast AM. This is Ian punnet. These these NewsRadio twelve hundred w is Antonio and iheart radio station..

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"yardbirds" Discussed on KNSS

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14:27 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on KNSS

"Absolutely. As a matter of fact, I am Mon catava river. I'll live right on the river warfront property and between me at Asheville North Carolina where the catava river stars just twelve dams in and each war makes a reservoir behind it lake Norman in in late Wylie here where I am. And but what happens is, and they did it yesterday and the day before and the day they open up all the damn order out. And right this minute it's low, but this time tomorrow night. Just go re right back up in an age of my front yard, how how many feet above the Cotabato are you? So that if it crests how many feet do you have to before you have to worry about it coming in your front door. Well, luckily, I'm right on a steep little by. The house sits up and my deck where I stand out and look at the way, which is only probably Casey see from my face the water. And then I have a pair that goes out into lake keep my bug. And anyway, the war would really raised how they don't know. What's coming? Sometimes the war actually comes up over the rocks. The rip rap is called. Into my front yard and mortars my grass. Well, it's nice. If that's all it does. I hope it does. You don't you know? I I was they told us is it, you know, the there are a lot of these media reports were talking about the possibility of dislodged snakes alligators. But I hadn't heard any update on that. Have you heard anything more about people finding unusual creatures where they shouldn't be? Absolutely. I sure have as matter of fact, I was a biology and chemistry major at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, and I studied all the different poisonous snakes and non organise I've never kill one. But there's no problem here. But yes around Newburn, North Carolina our banks. We're all the swamps going to the backed up all of these reptiles. Turtles snakes, alligators buddy, right in downtown new Bern, North Carolina. Ian is going to have. Alligators in already has seen in in the street right there downtown Newberg North Carolina, which is right on the news river. I saw that. That was the there's a small TV station there, and they had to evacuate. They all they did. I think the chief meteorologist stayed there at that Newburn TV station until the absolute last second. And then the water came pouring in and he's like gotta go, and they dislike turned out the cameras and left, and that's all they only had. Yep. You're exactly right. But this this was going to be devastating from a rain standpoint of flooding. We were already saturated we have we've had already had more rain before the storm, then we're normal having a full year. So we're Brown was already like a sponge and now on top of it. It's it's it's going to be devastating all the way to pay Bill. Raleigh North Carolina. I'm glad you're up on that bluff, I feel better about it. And I look out for those shark NATO's. That's the only thing that we got to worry about those now to apparently so keep an eye out. Let me tell you a quick story. I was trying to catch Chris on their zeppelin story, and you can poverty tell me if it's true or not read at rollers. Four years ago. When Jimi Hendrix England in the late sixties, and we're football club there. Jamie pay you know, who's a biography was about right. Is buddy Pete Townsend. They went down to the club to watch Hendricks. And of course, blue the crowd away. Whether it's back. I mean, you're a player behalf. His name with teeth. And after the show is over. They were standing around and Jimmy pays look peach house. I said, well, all I got to say as we've got a whole lot more. Well, I have that story is not in the book, but I will tell you. He did they mention how much. Jimmy page was influenced by Jimi Hendrix, in the sense that it was his showmanship his ability to stand up there with the guitar. What was interesting was that Jimmy page doesn't sing? And so that kind of hampered his career, and it's part of what made, you know. You know, Pete Townsend and makes. Jimi Hendrix, so different. And that was one thing that the Jimmy page was very much aware of was that he needed to find these other pieces of the band. He could never be the leader. The frontman Jimi Hendrix could could be because he couldn't sing. Yeah. And at one point he did try to steal the drummer from the from the Jimi Hendrix experience. He couldn't he was trying to try and get him to be to replace the drummer in the end of the Yardbirds. I tell you what made a pretty good choice. John bonham. Well, but he, and he was an unknown. Which is interesting. They tried for Keith moon. And there was a very much of a rivalry between Pete Townsend and Jimmy page. There was no there's there wasn't a lot of camaraderie between the who. And and and the Yardbirds or Led Zeppelin. They they had a they had a tense relationship. I think they made it up later on. But that's in the book too. I think you'll find an interesting, I I gotta jump. Let me get to Joe in lung enjoyed talking to you bury stay safe Joe is east of the Rockies in Long Island on coast to coast AM joke tonight, a couple of questions really on Led Zeppelin now, you read most of the books, etc. But yeah, one would be the song stairway to heaven. Now, I understand that was like supposedly the number one requested song on the radio. In the seventies. Just a just an awesome know song. That's so, you know, chilling, but what you really even call at a rock song, or or when it almost speed to you or to people Celtic, you know, supposedly wants Weltman part on that wells trapped. Yeah. So you know, you bring up an interesting point about steer. We'd have I would say it is like a lot of Led Zeppelin songs. It has it starts in in one. I'm going to use one of those fancy words, but it starts in one mill you and ends in another. So it starts kind of as a folk song and ends as a as a rock song. And I think they do that in a couple of places like houses the holy does that with over the hills and far away where it starts as a Celtic thing. And then it goes into Iraq song. And so that was pretty standard for them and the whole point of stairway to heaven was to break a rule Jimmy Jimmy page and always said, you know, the number one rule for any session musician was that you never sped up or slowed down the time. And that was what was the number one thing about you. As an artist is that you could keep a perfect time through the whole session. And that's what he does with with intentionally. That's what he did with stairway to heaven. And that's why the song it just starts slowly increasing the tempo is it goes along. And that the time signature is part of what makes that song so special, and that's how it it it morphs essentially from a folk song Celtic folk song. I thought this was really interesting. It was written entirely and performed as a song recorded the music was recorded before the lyrics ever written, which I think is that's part of the masterful this of that song because they just sound so seemless together. So. When you look at some crops from that time, deep purple being example, maybe a little bit later. Peter Frampton in Chicago. It's I thought listening to them that they seem to have drawn from Led Zeppelin not necessarily imitating him, but really kind of following their lead to a degree. We'll humble pie. Definitely did. So Peter Frampton when he was in with humble pie. That was that was. Yeah. That's they were sort of the the second tier Led Zeppelin, and and they were happy to be that, you know, they were to be mentioned in the same breath is Led Zeppelin that was humble pie. Chicago. I don't know kind of what the deal was with the I know they really into the fuzz box thing. And that was that was another Jimi Hendrix. Sorry. Another Jimmy page thing was was playing with that fuzz box in getting that sound. When they were doing early other experiments with the with the Yardbirds. So maybe that way. But there you go interesting combat though, appreciate you know, I'll tell you in if we have other calls on Led Zeppelin. I'm I'm happy to take him. But you can talk about anything you want. It's open lines. I will say this part. Of all of the revelations about Jimmy page in the book, the one I found most startling maybe other people knew I didn't. That Jimmy page. Retained fifty percent of everything Led Zeppelin made and everybody else the other three guys in the band and the manager split. The other fifty percent. And that's I mean, he was a bit of a dictator in that way. Not that people disputed his talents both as a producer, which he was the producer. But also, obviously as a performer, but man, I mean, so he it was his band. And I didn't think I fully understood how much it was his bent. He owned the band, and and everybody else was kind of on salary, which you don't necessarily it caused some tension, which is all explained. But by Allen is an Auburn California on coast to coast Allen. In staying with the Jimmy page of fame. I had a brief encounter with Jimmy page when he was still with a yard birds. I was a huge still a huge. Jeff Beck fan. I seem to be to Santa Monica to to see the Yardbirds. This is toward the last year. I think that they were together and unbeknownst to me, and my brother Jeff Beck's equipped just several days before that that appearance. He'd been playing with Jimmy page and Hollywood have left the scene those to combating stage. But anyway, I was really disappointed when the Kurt went up, and I'm looking for Jeff Beck, and no Jeff Beck. But it didn't take too long for me to realize you're in good hands with Jimmy page. Interesting story, and they talk about it. It's in the book the Jimmy page. Would they talk about that particular period? How Jeff Beck kind of split on. And then we sort of voted out of the band, and that was hard problems yet, some tonsilitis, chronic. No, it was a lie. That was help. That was funny is because they actually he mentioned that it was wink, wink, tonsillitis, but it wasn't tonsillitis. He was you know, he was he was being a bit of a prima, Donna. And and and it was Jeff it was really Jimmy page. That got Jeff Beck. The gig in the Yardbirds. They wanted Jimmy page. You wouldn't do it? And they brought in Jeff Beck. And then at the time they they came back to offer him another slot, and they offered him bass player in so Jeff Beck was the lead guitar player and Jimmy page played bass for the Yardbirds not very well. But then when Jeff Beck's split Jimmy page right away took over as lead guitarist. And then Jeff Beck comes back, and they do perform together a few more times. Together, and they sort of make up from that point. So that's in the book, so interesting that you had that little connection for that. Santa Monica story. That's the connection actually was I the front row seat, and when he played happenings ten years time ago one of my very favorites. Underrated team on the down stroke and the bottom eastern curled up around the guitar, and he tore it off. And it wasn't a big looping. He reached out. I was like four feet away from any handed it to me. Girl, either side of me, and I hit the loop around my hands, and they were sawing on this. And I'm not sure thinking diabolical about this. But it certainly hurt like the devil. Guitar string for a number of years. I'd I'd always bring it out when conversation suspect to run, let's take your Jimmy pages. And I got so tired of people going. Yeah. Right. It's such a cool story. Well, it's very interesting. An actually there's there's even more about that than that. You'll want to know because it was you you're hitting on a very pivotal time. So the fact that you have that I, you know, row connection as it were. I think you'll the Yardbirds at three three one of the great gets three great guitarists of the twentieth century, Eric Clapton, of course, and like the commercial direction yard, we're headed. So Jeff Beck. Most commercials. Szeswith Jeff, of course, as you mentioned Jimmy page. I'll tell.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

16:00 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Let's start at a wildcard line for open lines. Berry is in South Carolina, so berry whereabouts are you in South Carolina. As a matter of fact ESPN permit. Hello and welcome back, bud. You keep coming back. Please. I love you to death in your thank you. Appreciate that. But so where are you exactly in relationship to the bad weather? I'm getting ready to take you. I am Iraq. He'll South Carolina, which is twenty minutes from downtown, Charlotte. And both of us are four hours from Wilmington and four hours for Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. And right now, my house at rocky, oh, fifty miles an hour and the rain is blowing Adrian how're and scoring for the next two or three days about fifteen to twenty inches of rain. They say. Yeah. And my wife ex wife lives down in Wilmington and the eye of the hurricane came right through right? Real beach and Wilmington this morning at seven thirty and came right over out. She could see straight up through the I do the sky clear blue sky, and then here came the poor. Dow Ray right behind when the when the hurricane what by our house. Let me ask you. So the the area that you live is it near a river is well, are you worried about flooding from that? Absolutely. As a matter of fact, I am Mon catava river there right on the river a war for property and between me and Asheville North Carolina where the Qatar stars as twelve dams and and each war makes a reservoir behind it. Lake Norman Shaw. Rally here where I am. And but what happens is, and they did it yesterday and the day before and the day they open up the dam. Order out. And right this minute. It's low but this time tomorrow night. Let's go re right back up in my front yard, how how many feet above the Qatada are you? So that if it crests how many feet do you have to two before you have to worry about it coming in your front door. Well, luckily, I'm right of a steep ruled by the house sits up and my deck where I stand out look at the way, which is only probably Casey see from my face the water. And then I have a pair that goes out into lake keep my bug. And anyway, the war would really raised how and they don't know. What's coming? Sometimes the war actually comes up over the rocks. The rip rap is called. Into my front yard and mortars. My well. Well, it's nice. If that's all it does. I hope that it does you don't, you know? I I was they told us you is it, you know, the there are a lot of these media reports are talking about the possibility of dislodged snakes alligators. But I hadn't heard any update on that. Have you heard anything more about people finding unusual creatures where they shouldn't be? Absolutely. I sure have is a matter of fact, I was a biology and chemistry major at university of North Carolina Wilmington, and I studied all the different poisonous snakes and non and I've never killed one. But there's no problem here. But yes, around Newburn, North Carolina, the Outer Banks, we're all the swamps or the backed up all of these reptiles turtles snakes alligators buddy right in downtown new Bern, North Carolina. Ian is going to have. Alligators already has seen in the end of street right there downtown Newberg North Carolina, which is right on the news river. I saw that. That was the the there's a small TV station there, and they had to evacuate. They they all they did. I think the chief meteorologist stayed there at that new Bern TV station until the absolute last second. And then the water came pouring in. And he's like gotta go, and they turned off the cameras and left, and that's all they had. Yep. You're exactly right. But this this is going to be devastating from a rain standpoint. The flooding we were already saturated we have we've had already had more rain storm, then we're normal having a full year. So the Brown was already like a sponge and now on top of it. It's it's going to be devastating all the way to pay Bill. Raleigh North Carolina. I'm glad you're up on that bluff, I feel better about it. And I look out for those shark NATO's. That's the only thing that we got to worry about those now to apparently so keep an eye out. Let me tell you a quick story. I was trying to catch Chris on their zeppelin story. And you can probably tell me if it's true or not. Four years ago. When Jimi Hendrix where your England in the late sixties, and we're fulminated club there. Jimmy page biography was about right. Buddy, Pete Townsend. They went down to the club the wash Hendrix, intercourse interdiction blew the crowd away. Whether it's back. I mean, you're a player behalf. His name with his teeth. And after the show was over. They were standing around and Jimmy pays looking peach house said all I got to say as we've got a practice a whole lot more. Well, I have that story is not in the book, but I will tell you. He did the they mentioned how much. Jimmy page was influenced by Jimi Hendrix, in the sense that it was his showmanship his ability to stand up there with the guitar. What was interesting was that Jimmy page doesn't sing? And so that kind of hampered his career, and it's part of what made, you know. You know, Pete Townsend and makes. Jimi Hendrix, so different. And that was one thing that that Jimmy page was very much aware of was that he needed to find these other pieces of the band. He could never be the leader. Like, the frontman Jimi Hendrix would could be because he couldn't sing. Yeah. And at one point he did try to steal the drummer from the from the Jimi Hendrix experience, and he couldn't get he was trying to try and get him to be to replace the drummer in the end of the Yardbirds. I tell you what you made a pretty good choice with John Barham. But he and he was an unknown. Which is interesting. They tried for Keith moon. And there was a very much of a rivalry between Pete Townsend and Jimmy page. There was no there wasn't a lot of camaraderie between the who. And and and the Yardbirds or Led Zeppelin. They they had a they had a tense relationship. I think they made it up later on. But that's in the book too. I think you find an interesting, I I gotta jump. Let me get to Joe in lung enjoyed talking to you burying and stay safe Joe is east of the Rockies in Long Island on coast to coast AM joke tonight, a couple of questions really on Led Zeppelin now, you read most of the books, etc. But yeah. One would be the song stairway to heaven. Now, I understand that was like supposedly the number one requested song on the radio in the seventies. Just a just an awesome. A song. That's so, you know, chilling, but what you really even call at a rock song, or or or when it almost speed you or people Celtic, you know, supposedly wants Wettin and part on that wells trapped. Yeah. Yeah. So you know, you bring up an interesting point steer. We'd have an I would say it is like a lot of Led Zeppelin songs. It has it starts in in one. I'm going to use one of those fancy words, but it starts in one mill you and ends in another. So it starts kind of as a folk song and ends as a as a rock song. And I think they do that in a couple of places like, you know, houses the holy does that with over the hills and far away where it starts as a Celtic thing. And then it goes into a rock song. And so that was pretty standard for them and the whole point of stairway to heaven was to break a rule Jimmy Jimmy page and always said, you know, the number one rule for any session musician was that you never sped up or slowed down the time. And that was what was the number one thing about you. As an artist is that you could keep a perfect time to the whole session. And that's what he does with with. Intentionally. That's what he did with stairway to heaven. And that's why the song it just starts slowly increasing the tempo is it goes along. And that the time signature is part of what makes that song so special, and that's how it it. It morphs essentially from folk song by Celtic folk song. I thought this was really interesting. It was written entirely and performed as a song recorded. The music was recorded before the lyrics wherever written which I think is that's part of the master fullness of that song because they sound so seemless together. So. When you look at some quotes from that time, deep purple being example, maybe a little bit later. Peter Frampton in Chicago. It's I thought listening to them that they seem to have drawn from Led Zeppelin not necessarily imitating him, but really kind of following their lead to a degree. We'll humble pie. Definitely did. So Peter Frampton when he was in with humble pie. That was that was. Yeah. That's they were sort of the the second tier Led Zeppelin, and and they were happy to be that, you know, they were to be mentioned in the same breath as Led Zeppelin that was humble pie. Chicago. I don't know kind of what the deal was with that. I know they really into the fuzz box thing. And that was that was another Jimi Hendrix. Sorry. Another Jimmy page thing was who was playing with that fuzz box in getting that sound. When they were doing early other experiments with the with the Yardbirds. So maybe that way. But there you go appreciate that. Interesting. Commodore appreciate you know, I'll tell you in if we have other calls on Led Zeppelin. I'm I'm happy to take him. But you can talk about anything you want. It's open lines. I will say this part. Of all of the revelations about Jimmy page in the book. The one I found most startling maybe other people knew I didn't. That Jimmy page. Retained fifty percent of everything Led Zeppelin made and everybody else the other three guys in the band and the manager split. The other fifty percent. And that's I mean, he was a bit of a dictator in that way. Not that people disputed his talents both as a producer, which he was the producer. But also, obviously as a performer, but man, I mean, so he it was his band. And I didn't think I fully understood how much was his bent. He owned the band, and and everybody else was kind of on salary, which you don't miss. It costs them tension, which is all explained. But by Allen is an Auburn California on coast to coast Allen. Staying with the Jimmy page of fame. I had a brief encounter with Jimmy page when he was still with a yard birds. I was a huge still a huge. Jeff Beck fan myself to be to Santa Monica to to see the Yardbirds. This is toward the last year. I think that they were together and unbeknownst to me, and my brother Jeff Beck should quit just several days before that that appearance, and he'd been playing with Jimmy page and Hollywood have left to sing those to you know, Tom betting on stage. But anyway, I was really disappointed when Kurt went up. And I'm looking for Jeff Beck, and Jeff Beck. But it didn't take too long for me to realize you're in good hands with Jimmy page. Interesting story, and they talk about it. It's in the book the Jimmy page with they talk about that particular period. How Jeff Beck kinda split. An and then. Voted out of the band. Problems yet, some tonsillitis chronic. It was a lie. A lie. It is because they they actually he mentions that that, you know, it was wink, wink, tonsillitis, but it wasn't tonsillitis. He was you know, he was he was being a bit of a prima, Donna. And and and it was Jeff it was really Jimmy page. That got Jeff Beck. The gig in the Yardbirds. They wanted Jimmy page. You wouldn't do it? And they brought in Jeff Beck. And then at the time they they came back to offer him another slot. And they offered him bass player and Jeff Beck was the lead guitar player and Jimmy page played bass for the Yardbirds not very well. But then when Jeff Beck's split Jimmy page right away took over as lead guitarist. And then Jeff Beck comes back, and they do perform together a few more times together, and they sort of make up from that point. So that's in the book, so interesting that you had that little connection for that Santa Monica story. Well, that's the connection actually was I the front row seat, and when he played happenings ten years time ago one of my very favorites. Right. Underrated at the art Brittan, he came on the down stroke and the bottom e string curled up around the guitar, and he tore it off and it was in a big loop. And he reached out I was like four feet away from any handed it to me. Girl, either side of me, and I hit the loop around my hand, and they were sawing on this. And I'm not sure diabolical about this. But it certainly hurt like the devil. Guitar string for a number of years. I'd I'd always bring it out. When conversations have stuck to run crews. This was Jimmy pages. And I got so tired of people going. Yeah. Right. Such a cool story. Well, it's very interesting. And actually, yeah. There's there's even more about that than that. You'll want to know because it was you you're hitting on a very pivotal time. So the fact that you have that I, you know, row connection as it were. I think you'll Yardbirds at three the three one of the great good three. Great guitarists of the twentieth century. Eric Clapton, of course. Like the commercial direction Yardbirds were headed. So Jeff Beck. Most commercials. Szeswith, Jeff, of course, right? As you mentioned Jimmy page. I'll tell you.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on WRVA

"Good morning morning. Good morning. Very quickly. These are more comments. I have my possession. It's nothing illegal. It's the album from the epic record label. Call live Yardbirds featuring Jimmy page. Right. It's in the book. It's in the book. I really really good shape. What's great about? It is if your ears are good you can clearly hear what was going to be coming six to seven months later. I have heard correct me on this. And I hope you can that page. He had it removed from the market because it sounds like a kabuki, but it's not. Simpson supposedly corrected that problem. I love to hear it. The other thing very quickly is I'd heard that after the demise of Led Zeppelin. Robert plant loses his son in nineteen seventy seven. He loses. John Bonham his best friend in nineteen eighty after everything had come to a close supposedly planted shaved his head in listen to what zeppelin for the next couple of years and just had remarkable success. He was able to reinvent himself and went on to really really good things. And lastly, I've heard to date. It's probably a little more. They've sold or hundred million units date, second only to the Beatles. As far as the big sellers of all time. Chris. Yeah. I never thought of a punch shape is that. I mean, he did go. That's correct. But I think yes, how many how many million records you say four hundred. Pretty astonishing amount. Yes. This was the big this. They were the biggest group after the Beatles. I mean, they were the kind of the Beatles for the nineteen seventies. Because it ended in seventy and and presumably people needed someone in you know, in in the unconscious of the record buying public. This. Okay. Right. You're breaking up a little bit. Chris. Chris you're breaking up a little bit. Yeah, I'm gonna I'll I'll finish this. I'll I'll jump in with a story while we sort out the phone thing real quickly. I'll say for for Bill who asked the question the reason why Jimmy page had epic records poll that live album of the like the last Yardbirds concert just as they were transitioning into Led Zeppelin was because it was a very interesting reason epic never had a contract with Jimmy page. They had a contract with the yard birds but not with Jimmy page. And so that was that was the car that was that was a pretty easy yanked back. I think for the lawyers on that one. Don't you think Chris? Okay. So I think that's the that's the story in what what is action. It is an interesting moment in rock and roll history where after after epic records passes on Led Zeppelin. They have you know, they they they they feel dumb. They didn't. They didn't get a bite at the apple actually on leads up. And so they didn't even have a chance to pass on it. Yeah. And so they got they thought they were going to get their revenge by releasing that live album, but they never made a contract with Jimmy page when he was with Yardbirds. So yeah, it's kind of funny. I enjoyed that part of the book quite a bit. Also, he said also he said, you know, that they you know, they dubbed they overdubbed crowd. Sounds from a bullfight allegedly. They wasn't Mike top. Probably. I've never heard that record. I've never heard it. I'm impressed that you have it. Yeah. Got a copy. All right, west of the Rockies. And let's go to Santa Maria, California. Who is it again? It's Donald Donald for for Chris. Go ahead. Donald. Hey, how's it going in? I have a quick question. So you're saying Jimmy page, obviously, worship the devil is his own way. John Bonham, you know, his death September twenty fourth of nine hundred eighty thirty eight years ago coming up in here what ten days. Was his desk. We'll see the devil cashing in because, you know, Rolling Stone calls him, the number one drummer ever. So obviously has a legacy. Do you follow what I'm trying to say? Standby for an answer you want like. One second pages worshiping the temple. I think that's kind of. I think this is just a tra- tragic circumstances. Frankly, I don't think it's any see. I don't think it's any comet comes equipment, which I think you're suggesting I really think to say say that you'll be paid worship. Completely..

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"yardbirds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A as on our free iheartradio and now a look back at this week in history this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight a recordsetting blizzard hits new york city and surrounding areas in thirty six hours forty inches of snow fell on the city was of course eighteen eighty eight so it took weeks for the city to recover this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty five eric clapton leaves the yardbirds when he walked out on the yardbirds he did more than just change the course of his own career he also set in motion a chain of events that would see two mortgage giants pass through the yardbirds band on their way towards significant futures jeff beck and jimmy page also this week in nineteen sixty five president lyndon b johnson addressed a joint session of congress to urge the passage of legislation guaranteeing voting rights for all johnson declared that every american citizen must have an equal right to vote johnson reminded the nation that the fifteenth amendment which was passed after the civil war gave all citizens the right to vote regardless of race or color and this week in one thousand nine hundred three janet reno was sworn in as the first female attorney general of the united states before that she was the dade county florida district attorney for fifteen years where she created the miami drug court to try non violent criminals often offering alternative punishments for nonviolent offenders with substance abuse problems the miami drug court became a model for courts around the country that's your look back at this week in history kids help with your science project this new once the kid's science project she has the science books nineteen eighty cicis reaction admits even this baking soda whoa now she's.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The yardbirds ban on their way toward significant futures jeff beck and jimmy page also this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty five president lyndon b johnson addressed a joint session of congress to urge the passage of legislation guaranteeing voting rights for all johnson declared that every american citizen must have an equal right to vote johnson reminded the nation that the fifteenth amendment which was passed after the civil war gave all citizens the right to vote regardless of race or color and this week in nineteen ninetythree janet reno was sworn in as the first female attorney general of the united states before that she was the dade county florida district attorney for fifteen years where she created the miami drug court to try non violent criminals often offering alternative punishments for nonviolent offenders with substance abuse people right to vote johnson reminded the nation that the fifteenth amendment which was passed after the civil war gave all citizens of the right to vote regardless of race or color and this week in one thousand nine hundred three janet reno was sworn in as the first female attorney general of the united states before that she was the dade county florida district attorney for fifteen years where she created the miami drug court to try non via and criminals often offering alternative punishments for nonviolent offenders with substance abuse joining us america we are glad you are here in the lobby of the headquarters of ramsey solutions brian and stephanie join us hey how are ya ray welcome welcome where are you guys from indianapolis oh.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on X96

X96

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on X96

"The no two and play oh oh new the ooh old oh and perry bill no uh we pretty much written worth sure that you wouldn't be here relatively young return and floring the ig news item she'll be oh yeah i be how can young on personal a thank you text ferment branson on second of all yeah on only say right uh huh jimmy page be guitarist for led zeppelin mmhmm was born 74 with the she knows he's a guitar for the yardbirds before led zeppelin or i'll look at i generally jeff jeff back was due naarden hurts tune yes he was yes okay a thoughts yard burt the arbor another which we should play a yardbirds earning bush rock band formed in london terrific they they've done did some terrific's on cart full of seoul's a great any anyway yeah gina he'll gone i'm predicting she won't be back was he was late tuesday tuesday i dunno odd maybe one day this week but you never knowing what she's gonna tell on friday though so i don't i think she won't be back you don't think at all no seeing is as he guy contend you never know with gina because she always comes back to early so like will probably see her tomorrow and then shall not be here thursday friday i'm fairly you know sympathetic to to her plight though because i i could not come to work nor in november to her driving it was three days i just i didn't feel that bad i just talked at length well and trying to push through it doesn't do any good well he when it was so bad that i knew if i tried to talk it would just sound horrible and make it worse yep uh so will officially begin the show what care now and it's the ricci side barriers and this gina out already internalising white gina that makia joe aides you know i know i i feel it it's my i'm in this part of the room anyone care for a reads gandhi i don't know what that is the root beer candy no the use of the cinnamon okay reads it cinnamon candies individually the eyes on the on the role and its since eighteen night ninety three and he reacts cinnamon candy since eighteen 93 c it seemed to me like.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In yardbirds records and to singing along with the records would you sing along in turned down the vianna see see how you did without the record i actually ethic the volume was until most of the time but ten in the 13th sixty six sixty seven was allowed to her that it is now this is another and strike me as being in this middle level place in rap music now in terms of popularity you're playing a lot of clubs iran on mtv eu previous record i think made it to the billboard top one hundred you're not you're not rockstars' you're not really fame mess but you're not obscure either you're kind of in the middle somewhere what what do you do now to take it to the next step do you want to go to a next step there are no conscious decisions the only thing that we can do as musicians or quote unquote socalled artists is just to do the best work that we can if we could do what we do musically which we've done virtually without change for eight years and become tremendously successful to me would not be a sell out in any way at all patten is the other lead singer and songwriter of the smithereens recorded in 1988 he died yesterday at the age of sixty two this is fresh air oh her food.

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"yardbirds" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"yardbirds" Discussed on What It Takes

"And we discussed the possibility that will be really fun if we could both play together in the band only guitar and have something in the style of the old big bans ju killington count basie we had the broth sections dearly really strong and with the waves a vibrant effect at the time jeff back one of the world's other great guitarists was a member of the yardbirds and in case you need a refresher in your rock and roll history jeff pex predecessor in the yard birds was a guy named eric clapton but anyway jeff beck started bringing jimmy page to the yardbirds shows and one night of we went to oxford and two i think it was the else with union dr dawn so as a may bulls something like that and that night there was a row with the the band and the base planned left the band and they had to play the marquee this market and they didn't have anybody can work out we're going to get to fill in on base so i volunteered to play base so that we could then mutate into this plan of having jeff myself only guitars and the rhythm guitars should take on the base shooting and that's what happened in other words the yardbirds now had to lead guitarist jeff beck and jimmy page the lineup didn't last long and narrow only a couple of recordings with the two guitar giants together one of them is a classic bit of rock and roll second delia called happenings ten years time ago.

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