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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"As it's in the room of barbara mandrell singing. 'when country wasn't cool and george jones coming on there at the end of that scene when he comes out right there as peanuts in your coat right there so we're at our friends house and he was having trouble with his pool so i went down into the filter and he had these little white. Look light low Pieces of candy could figure out what it was. I pulled it out. And i smelled it in. They had chlorine tablets in there. So i had the strong smell of chlorine on my finger. And i felt like a high schooler. After his first day i was kept sniffing is like man that chlorine takes me back to a good place. You remember the public pools in the seventies in. You'd end up going to somebody's pool and their parents didn't know what they were doing and they had shocked the poo. And you're in there and you're wanting to swim. Nobody had pulled back if you went. Somebody's house there was a pool. You don't wanna get out because you might not. You weren't going back into a pool to your parents. Stayed at the holiday inn. I remember we'd pull up to motels and my dad would would be out. He would go out and start go to pay and while he was paying mug we get into a pool right. Now get the pool right now and it wasn't much of a pool of just a little this little hole right near the entrance memory. Have the drive up a little entrance all the motels back then. Had that all us kids who are getting man. Getting in the pool was the deal to shoot it. Nobody maintained a pool because nobody had a pool and there was at one family. The freeze kellyanne cow. Free had a pool. I remember they had a pool. It was a big deal. If you got invited their house you went and you brought your swim trunks. And you were going in that pool by god you will go into pu. But that smell of chlorine all that took me back to a good spot one other reminiscence and then we'll get back to it. I saw somebody the other day. I went to buy crockett. Subdue cleats and there was a kid that put these tennis shoes on and they were kind of casual but sporty tennis shoes and the shoe salesman said. Would you like to wear them out. And he said no took his shoes off. Put him back in the box and put his regular shoes back on as a kid. If i got a new pair of shoes would you like to work. Yes i cannot. Take these off my feet i to wear these right now. You get out. You're getting into car. That kid has too much stuff. That's a kid with too much stuff. If you don't wanna wear your shoes out of the store you got. It's not even exciting anymore for us when you got a new pair of shoes you get in a car. You look at their own good. Yep yep see how much faster you can run you get vast.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Juilliard graduate ended up working with me in Vegas and then came and worked with me on the road. General Kenney, a hit song called a Love Song, which went number one around the world on my first album. So are Our careers were very close to yours and mine and Kenny, right, and, uh, and and our association, But let me just take a step back and tell you as I joined M records after I had I had prayed for a record deal, and I want to move to Los Angeles. That doesn't work for me stayed in Vegas a long time. That wasn't working for me when I got the call to go to Nashville, and it's a winding road, but I got there. And joined the label and empathy with Reba McEntire, George Strait, The Oakridge Boys and Barbara Mandrell just mentioned Barbara Way had an album together, I wrote. I wrote her. The lead song for that album called We Were Meant for each other turned out not to be the single single was to me. Written by my creed was for football player, but but all of those artists we work 300 days a year on the road. So, uh, in the first five or six albums with 10 albums, I had at least one song and every album because I was writing songs in my bus. I couldn't get to the studio and I hated the picture session. Thie pictures for the albums were heart, Tony. They're harder than the recording according to these e, But you know to have this photo session just like I dreaded it might have a root canal. And I got through it. And about my second or third album we had I usually after a concert when I have 10,000 you've been there. You know, Tony, Orlando and Dawn you're playing 10,000 people and and, uh, And I couldn't go to sleep so I would get in the truck. One of our We had three buses in two trucks on the road, and I get in one of the direct church and talk to the driver for 100 Miles, and then I get back on my bus and finally wind down so go to sleep. But Was always a moment when I could be created. And it was just one of those moments in 1983 when I was sort of like out of ideas for love songs and because that was my thing, and I have never lost the passion to write something for the country. So Musa came pretty quick. Uh, the only thing I didn't have under my hand was the cities and I remember playing out it out in Vegas and And I remember the Philadelphia the Dick Clark Bandstand. And that's how the kids used to judge a record like 1 to 10, right, Right. And so one of the records ahead with Philadelphia USA and I said, You know, if you mention the right cities, you probably get played in the cities. And I have no idea what before meaningful record Universal. Great story. My God. My God Keep don't stop. But when we came with the album you've got a good love coming, which is 1985 way had did it. We did a video and the London train station to support the song. And it was the name of the album first Single release. We have $25,000 in the in the video. In those days, CMT was scrambling for video. Please give us a video. And Patrick Duffy is a friend of mine with a cast of Dallas So he did a cameo at the top. I got to play factor phone in the in the in the video. Well, everybody doesn't realize what kind of a saxophone player you want, By the way, if it was a tenner that I was playing, but it doesn't show me playing it, but I played on the record. So we ready? We're got this in the can ready to come. Come with it in 1985. And I'm in a lot of awards I went, you know. Male vocalist 83 84 85 80 CME N CME and and I said, Maybe it's time to put godless USA on a record and and my producer is like, well, it's not the normal thing to do. But if you want to do, we'll do that. But that's not the single single is going to be. You got a good love coming. I totally agreed and then because we were a profit center in Nashville, Tennessee, We have never solicited Los Angeles to back a record, right? But we were having a little trouble with George Strait. And the reason I say that is because his manager was the A and R guy attempt A. And he put his records in front of me all the time. So I had to struggle to get my record, you know, played by All radio. It was it was a little bit of a battle. So this record we took to L. A for the first time. And Irving Azoff, president Universal and all of his guys sit around and listen to this album, and he's the one that said, I think the singles from this should be God bless you were saying had it not been that had he not said that? I would have never heard. God bless you. And don't get Irving Azoff. He and a pair of ears on him because he's the guy that brought us the Eagles as well. You know, so he new songs and I can't imagine he was the only one prior to that. That felt that way. Is it the same exact record? We've all know? But never nobody had heard it. That we hadn't released the album yet, so nobody had heard. I think I did it. Maybe one or two shows on the road just to test it. And, uh, That was interesting, because you know, when you put a song like that on stage and you're hot act, um they applauded screaming everything you do. It's just the way it is now sheriff to Blake Shelton, who it is You know they they love your your new music Great, but But the response for God bless the USA in the middle of my show was like I had a stop a minute and back up. I have to talk here because I can't go to another song. It's just like they won't let them stop..

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Like that before. From not that Listen, The Gong show's out. Miriam is you know she's Around made. She's like an older Yes, she's older. You are entering both entering the Gilf genre. I just, um God, I just don't think that that Miriam was allowed to watch the gun show like maybe I watched it, but it wasn't one of my favorite shows just like her parents actually were very We were very busy watching the Mandrell sisters. What? What High God, What did you just ask? The Mandrell sisters were also a staple in my house Who would know what is that man draw? There was Louise, Barbara and Earlene Man drowned. Love your blunder. Lean that lying to me right now. Now, now, man, you find like something you're gonna have to play that as Bob coming back something from Barbara Mandrell early. They live forever. My God, they have to look what are they? The mandolin sister. Oh, the Mandrell sisters, Rob Holy smokes the others Barbara. Now she's still smoking, And she's the older she's older. And then there's Louise and Earlene. Look, please. And Earlene Mandrell. Oh, yeah. No, no, I'm looking at the I guess you have, like all was the hot. The younger blowing early. Any Earlene Mandrell is is the youngest. That's the smoke is a smoker. They're all smoke shows. Oh, God. They Yeah, they remain pretty smoke. Of course they're snap. They remain Smokey right? What? So it was like a variety show your country singers, but they're also a variety show and early Being played Super dumb like she was the chrissy of of the man. You get right up my alley, And it was like the wise all knowing one and then I don't even know Louise was. What was her care? I mean, shouldn't have Louise Louise was just so she's probably like the Jaclyn Smith of Charlie's Angels. Flirty. She was like the one that Yeah, boy, Crazy Burnett. She was the token Burnett yet, you know? I watched that obsessively. Yeah, it was a great show boy never knew he used to sing and everything just the way he used to sing and dance for Lena's. We really still very smoking all adorable. It means we're going to find some sort of song We're having the next is the denim. You're going to have to play some Mandrell sisters. We're going to find something. She 60 Earlene is 64. Yeah, And she looks amazing looking absolutely incredible. Three husbands like none of what she is currently married to flower market. Yeah, she said she got running hit robbed like she's available. Her first name is actually Ellen. Really? Alan Earlene. Yeah, but she goes by early and kind. Like you go by your middle name. Yeah, that's right when their song about her, Come on, Earlene. Now that's that's different. Eileen. It's 80 song to new news on the Hunter Biden scan. From the daily Mail you again? Oh, man who describes himself as a former business partner of Hunter. Biden says he heard him and his father, Joe Biden discusses dealings with the mysterious Chinese energy firm in 2017 and the former vice president was due to receive a share of the profits. Cause I mean, talk about Is anybody talking? Not me? No. No media outlets Gonna pick this up because you know who cares? Who cares? Tony Bobinsky is this guy's name of his name, said quote. I've seen vice President Biden, saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. He then goes on to say, quote. I've seen first hand that that's not true because it wasn't just hunters business. They said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line. Unbelievable. No one knowing this would be at the top of every news, Everybody, everybody, This is a trump. Everybody would be talking. He's now Tony was talking about this this morning about whether Trump should bring this up tonight or stay focused on the economy. I think you got to make everybody own. Exactly who? Joe Biden is. Nice old grandpa. Totally corrupt. Make him own it. Yeah, yeah. He is corrupt. This whole families. Correct Democrats are corrupt. And they're socialists and they and they want Hyde. Listen, he's going to have a 60% tax rate. Nobody's talking about that. They're not going to talk about the economy there not to talk about foreign policy. They're not going to talk about the fact that they're doing this all this hunter Biden stuff. They're not going to talk about that tonight. None of it because the lady is going to be moderating. The debate basically had Christmas dinner with the Obama's in 2012. You know who's not corrupt. Him. The mandolin sisters, Mandrell. I love them, so I know we have to play something from them coming in with that air speed? Yes. Who came over to my house yesterday? Was it me? Wouldn't you remember if it was you, Bernie? Not if I got distracted by your horse? Sure. I wasn't wearing whore shorts, and it wasn't you. It was one of those awesome dudes from fast track. I got my eye wave air purifier installed yesterday and I already feel like I'm healthier because I know that the I wave purifier is cleaning the air.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KCRW

"And what it's been through. They do not understand what our country stands for. They do not understand. At the South. And all of America must move. Forward Pass is a rich source of inspiration. We've had lessons that we learn with a great deal of pain. The past is not a place to live way must go forward in the south, and we will say there's Charlie Daniels playing in the background, too. So how was he received amongst more conservative politicians from the South? I think a lot of people in the South were the traditional conservative politicians were not happy with With him. You know, there was an element of racism that was rampant still and you know, but it's interesting, though, that during that time period you looking back on it now and hearing some of the stories about what he was able to accomplish working with People on both sides of the political spectrum. It makes such a stark contrast to see the sort of civility that still existed during that time that people were willing to work together to get their jobs done to do what they needed to Dio. There's a great story about the first Chinese ambassador coming Tio, the United States and Carter's people asked him You know what he was interested in in terms of American culture. They would always ask people like, you know. Do you want to go to a baseball game? Do you? You know what do you want to Dio and this gentleman said he was a fan of country music, and he wanted to go to Nashville. So Carter's people set it up to, like, Have Nashville. Roll out the red carpet and and have Barbara Mandrell play for him and And, you know, set up a brunch with Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash and Minnie Pearl and and all the greats of the grand old offering were all there to have Sunday brunch with the Chinese ambassador. The other thing just to follow up on Mary's point about the But you Nashville, China, etcetera Camp David. Still again, no matter what people say about Jimmy Carter Camp David is probably one of the most complicated. Agreements and diplomacy, foreign relations that's ever been accomplished, and that's an example of again his empathy. His his genuine, his integrity, his honesty. I mean, it's incredible, yes, Oh, Camp David was his signature foreign policy achievement, the peace accords between Israel and Egypt. And yet, so there's that and then, of course, there's the Iran hostage crisis on the other side. Which doomed his presidency, right? Yes. I mean, it obviously played a big part, but you'll marry Mary did a great job taking a very, very difficult Topic and sort of finding a way to, you know, include that in the home. So Carter in your film, You say he would retreat to an office in the White House and listen, Tio. This music. He would listen to Willie Nelson during the hostage crisis to think about what to do on his own. How did he use the music to come up with the with his strategy or To think about what he should or shouldn't do. A lot of people were calling for him to bomb Iran, and he decided against it. I think that what he utilized music for is the same thing that we all utilized music for a times, which is that he found solace and it also allowed him to maybe get out of his own head for a minute and just Listen to the song on this. The album that he's talking about is Willie Nelson performing those kind of classic American gospel songs like Amazing Grace and this Little Light of Mine. And And those songs that Jimmy Carter knew very, very well and sometimes one of the great things about music is that you can listen to it and sing along and just Remember that? Yeah, Your problems are big and his problems were probably bigger than anyone could possibly imagine, But there is a sort of higher power. There is something out there that is bigger than you and I think you know that's that's a big part of what faith is, and I think that's a big part of what music does for us as well. He lost the 1980 election to Reagan, Of course, so he was a one term president. And then he went off to to found the Carter Center and do all sorts of humanitarian work. He was eventually awarded the Nobel Prize. Jimmy Carter is 95 years old. And he did have that cancer scare recently. How is he doing? Mary and I saw him in January. We had the pleasure and the privilege of of screening the film for him. Which was just amazing experience and look, he said. He's 95 years old. What I will tell you is he invited us to lunch afterwards, We spent a good hour and a half afterwards with him. He is sharp as a tack. Well, thanks so much. I was interesting, really interesting documentary. I learned a lot about Jimmy Carter that I had no idea about did not know He was a rock n roll president. So thank you so much. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you, Mary Worton and Chris Farrell. You can see their film.

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2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

Donna and Steve

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

2020 ACM Awards: Carrie Underwood, Trisha Yearwood and This Dynamic Duo Are Set to Perform

"Of country Music Awards just got bigger. The upcoming ceremony is added a performance by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani also carry underwear. Wood is going to perform a bunch of songs from some country legends. This is to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the Grand Old Opry. It's going to be a med leave with will read a lit or not with the right of Lin, but songs from literally Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Barbara, Barbara Mandrell, Patsy Cline, Reba McEntire and Martina McBride Hole is going to air on Wednesday, September 16th fun. Okay, Here's a stupid thing that you're going to be like dawn. I think Bank back upon a country song once for an artist, and it debuted at the Grand Ole Ofri before the show. And so I've been, I mean, it's just a simple background.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nominations for this year's CMAs were announced yesterday. Miranda Lambert out front with seven nominations. She now has 55 for her career. Which is the most of any female and CMA history. Passing up who Dancers. You a rental and Areva ready? Yeah, It's like, you know, when somebody asked basketball because you really don't know the answer you exactly. Yeah. Riva, who had 51 Miranda's up for entertainer of the year? And so is Carrie Underwood. Oh, it's been 41 years since two solo female acts were up for that award. Back in 79. Both Crystal Gayle and Barbara Mandrell were both nominated also up for entertainer of the year. Eric Church, Luke Combs and Keith Urban. Keith is the only one of those five that is actually won that award and he's done it twice. I know you're asking. Where's guard? Yeah. You remember, Garth removed himself right. He would win and And you can thank Dan and Shay. For the Beeb's Justin Bieber picking up three nominations. Their song. 10,000 hours is up for single of the year musical event of the Year and music Video of the year. That song, of course, is Dan and Shay and Justin Bieber, featuring Just, uh I don't think they do that in country. They might who got snubbed Luke Bryan. Jason Aldean, Kenny Chesney, Justin Mohr and Kelsea Ballerini. The 54th annual CMA Awards will air November 11th on ABC. Obviously no word yet on where it will be held, who will host or if it's even gonna have a live audience? Go home day. Listen, some BB's I'm going to time for Sean Hannity's morning minute brought to you by his doc. Finally go. Biz doc dot.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From Oceanside, California on this last weekend in August, 2020 For those of you who have never been here or Even more appropriate For many of you who have come to Oceanside or gone through Oceanside. You might be tempted to think of it as just another California Beach town, and in many cases, it would give you that impression. When I first came down here in 1971, it was just another California Beach town. Very, very much. Part of the military at that point still is Because of its proximity to Camp Pendleton. But it's really grown since then. And believe it or not, As you know, there's ah, a supposed to what? One person said about anything west of the Hudson. There's no there there. There's a lot of their here. There's a lot of history here and joining me now from the Oceanside historical Society is Christy Hawthorne. All right, Christy. Great. Thanks for having me Peter Prison. You've been here. What about 27 years? Actually 37 37 years. You know what I feel? But when you came here in 1983 It to me, right? Even then, it was just orders like a sleeping military beef town. It was a military beach town in the 19 eighties. It was really transitioning were had a kind of hit a rough patch. Economically. Downtown was in a downturn and but we great thing about a downturn. Is it eventually going to hit up turn, and it was just a few short years. Actually, Ocean side began its renaissance. And why Why? Well, because, as you mentioned, we are California Beach Town and who doesn't love a California Beach town? We were the most affordable beach town on the coast in California. And finally, somebody got smart, absolutely absolutely one of the things That we had going for us was the ocean side Pier another way, which is the longest wooden pier in the West Coast. Yes, Yes. So it's our claim to fame. Oceanside has had six piers. We wouldn't be ocean side. I don't think without it, but it's one of the amenities that we offer here. Now. Of course, I hate to ask you had six peers because Well, because, you know, eventually over 130 year period, you know, they do wear out on DH when we the first one was built in 18 88. It was probably low to the ocean. The technology to build those things was an all wooden pier One storm. Goodbye. Yes, absolutely. It lasted. You know all of two years and it was gone. And most of the piers that I see in California these days are not wouldn't right. We have a concrete approach, but ours is a wooden pier. It's probably the most affordable way to build. They had looked into construction. Excuse me all concrete pier in 1927, but the cost was too prohibitive. Really? Yeah. Today. Well, today even appear that we have that was built in 1987 was at a cost of $5 million so on and that's an all wouldn't pierce. He can imagine that cost of rebuilding that today. Exactly One of the things I find fascinating. Is that? What back in 1988? You started the oral history program? Yes. And you've been able to preserve those memories on absolutely because there's nothing like a living history and people who can tell you their journey, you know, not even just through ocean side. But what brought them to Ocean side or the stories of their parents? Or the grandparent's getting a glimpse of what Oceanside used to be in the thirties? Forties fifties? Even you know nowadays, of course, you know the eighties or historic s O. You know, preserving this history is really important. You're just a couple of minutes ago, we were talking to John Daniels and their surf history. Of course. Absolutely. Yes. Yeah, we have the California Surf Museum here in Ocean side, So the surf history is very big. It started here at the lifeguards. They would just use their boards there rescue boards that they were used to paddle out to save someone, and they started figuring out that they could surf on them. And so that kind of transition here in ocean side and kind of very natural way. And But there's much more than just serve history. Oh, absolutely earlier in the show, But you have a tattoo museum here. We do Have a tattoo museum. Yes. On Mission Avenue. The front front line tattoo? Yes. That he got his is the original tattoo and the art is the art from the arcade tattoo parlor that was very big in the fifties and the sixties. World famous tattoo artists. You know you've been here 37 years from the historical point of view. What's the thing that surprises you the most about Oceanside? Well, you know, one of the things I learned recently. You know, a lot of people know here in Ocean side. He may be abroad that you know Barbara Mandrell the You know, huge time country Western singer, you know, grew up here in Ocean side. We're graduated in Oceanside. Hi. Cut her first record in Oceanside. But just across the street from us now was actually the 101 wheel club and country and Western size like Merle Haggard and Little Jimmy Dick ends, You know, they got their start here. They played here They would to her and come to California and so just across the street was one of the things I discovered just a couple of years ago. I mean, I'd heard those but just a research and find this kind of gem things because again equating a surf history with country Western music doesn't Really melt. But apparently did Yeah, it's all a part of ocean sites, interesting culture. And so we have layers and layers and layers. And you can access a lot of this online. Can't Yes, we have a website. Ocean side Historical society dot or do we have a great Facebook page? You have an instagram page. Sure you're up to speed? Yes. From the Oceanside. Thank you. Thank you so much. Peter. That means we have time for this hour would.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To see one star sounds the Lambs. That is one of them. Titanic? No, no, not Titanic Know all about Eve. It's a mad, mad, mad world. They're older movies for sure. Bridge over the River Kwai. Gone with the wind? Yes. Gone with. Well, all good guesses there. Well, the last one, especially it happened one night and one flew over the flew over Cuckoo's Nest. And silence of the lambs. So they're the ones that have won the big Five, John God. All right, I've got one more. I've got one more for you guys. Okay? What are the names of the Sanderson sisters? From Hocus pocus. The three witches sister joke Colin is going to get married Kate and actually, the Landers sisters, Audrey Landers, Barbara Mandrell. Yes, Barbara says. And what was Barbara Sister's name? Barbara and Louisiana Show Louise Mandrell. Yeah, it was early. All of them. No. So, okay, So wait. So what was the Sanders is Anderson sisters yet? Sanderson sisters. Focus of them. Yeah, but it wasn't Kathy Najimy, Sarah Jessica Parker and Bette Midler. Yep. But what are their character names? Boy? I'm going to give you Mary Kate and Ashley only because one of them's name is Mary. Oh, really? Yeah, That's when one's married team burgeon Louise Parker. Sarah is one of them. Oh, okay. Mary, Sarah and Winifred? Yeah, Yes. What really was deferred whenever No. Colin whenever it was Bette Midler like Google. I love it. Yeah, so it's one of red. Mary and Sara. Yeah, because that's Colin's favorite. It's like that's Ah love that move. Well, yeah, you know, that's a millennial thing that I'm just a few years too old that escaped me. But folks your age Collins age they they love it. Just it's fine. I only love itcause. John Ross Ewing is in that movie who kids played, right? Yeah. The kid that played Jr son in Dallas is the lead in Hocus pocus. He's the kid. That's Homer. Homer. Gatz is in that movie. That's the kid. You know what we're talking about. Hocus pocus is ah Halloween kid probably loves it. Or it was about it knows about it at least. Hey, we don't have time today, but I'll just He's ahead for tomorrow. Lex. I have it on the sheet. I don't know if you saw it, You're going to be delayed. I did I we watched macho Macho Mohr yesterday. Yes, the legend of the Walter Mercado. So I'll get into it in there. Yeah, I pulled some clips in some moments that I really enjoyed and we'll talk about the tour. It's It's a documentary on Netflix. Everyone so I heard enjoyed so on Be happy about that very much. So I just have a lot of I have thoughts. I have I have thoughts. And as we were, this is a good thing to end on. And maybe Bradley trainer can come on and explain this to me. Because you know Ryan Phillipe is my fake husband in the same way that Zac Efron is Bradley's a fake husband. They're pushing that movie. Okay, It's a deal. It's a dock. You see, I mean, well, yeah, Doc, you move film. Yeah. Collins of the same thing. Why? Why? Zac Ephron? What? Why would why? Why is he doing a nature documentary? He can straddle a lot of people like different ages deal. So he has that appeal. And maybe he's traveling a horse, too. I don't know. And but and he's also had some troubles. Maybe So to see him kind of troubles. I have to do a global warming. Well, just, you know, kind of explore. And you know something bigger than himself, You know, kind of thing. Maybe that research that says eat, pray, love. Maybe. Yeah, maybe just needs were money. Hey. Yeah, You never know. I don't know. But they are pushing that you're right. That Siri's there. It's Ron. I know. I'm like, okay. I love all my life have recommended it so seriously. Try it. Yeah. No, no, no, don't do that today. He got all beefy. He's already good. Yeah, he looks like he's either getting ready to go to the eagle or chop some wood or a fun combo of both. Yeah, He's very, very daddy's rattling. Yeah, he told me. He looks like he came out of your marsupial pouch. Yes, popped right out that what? We're calling it now, That's that's That's what the kids call it. No, it's warm and sticky in there. Yeah, but no, he did. He's very good. Looking bigger Beer. Got all got all muscly. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, that's kind of the take away that I got from watching it is that he's also have a personal transformation. And shepherd us on that journey. Dialects. That was beautiful that it could not be that way. But it feels like that. Like O Okay, we need to start doing that for us. We dio I need a shirtless Zac Ephron to tell me why my Hairspray is ruining the ozone layer. I'm very grateful to something we listen to. It's the only thing I just You might not be the right shepherd. But, hey, he's doing.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What were you? What were your interactions like with him in the making of coming to America, too? Well, are you saying I was just the greatest guy in the world and we all had fun? Seeing each other and the great thing about Arsenal is he He really changed the landscape a late night? I don't think people realize That he made You know he was I mean, he was color blind and brought out a lot of people who are not going to be showcased like they would be on a talk show they might play a song, but He celebrated a lot of really talented people. And he had, uh, Clinton come on and play the saxophone. You know, you thought outside of the box. I'll tell you one thing as an entertainer. You always loved the green room. You know, every you know every good entertainer goes to the show Hundreds uhm Does the green room set up with the food? But Arsenio he had like a We had, like, you know all those different kinds of meals and stuff. You know those big silver warming dishes full of wonderful food and and drinks and everything. He was It was true. And I still have my are spending all robe. Oh, wow. Robes, everybody. I didn't know that school. Even great guy I loved and I loved doing it love seeing them and I love it. I'm really excited about the movie. Yeah, we all are. We all are. Louis. Let's talk. Louis. Let's talk a second about baskets. Look, it's actually and who now, which is great, because I would encourage anybody to watch baskets. If you didn't catch it the first time around. It's one of the best shows on television. The last you know, year to, you know, a couple of years and you were so brilliant in it. You actually won an Emmy for your fear role is Christine baskets. The mother to Zach Alfano, Actresses character, and so I guess. You know, Mike, I've heard you and interviews to say that the Christine baskets character was based on your own mother, and you took a lot from her butt. You know it's comedy, but it's also you know, it's It's a bittersweet role, too. And you want an Emmy for that. What was that, like winning an Emmy? Not just for your comedic talents, but just kind of Ah, really, you know, well rounded character. Well, you know, it was just a dream come true that you know, I just did a I'm doing a show right now. Call back the fun with Blue Anderson and I just I just that there's a clip of it up on my Twitter at the understand I interviewed the director And also Martha and I'm in interviews that coming up But I interviewed them about their experience that baskets and for me my experience, Wass, I got a call. From Louis CK and Jonathan Christel and back And they, Louis that I'm doing a show was back out, Tanaka And, um I will. We want you to play a part I go. Yeah, I was down at the I was just driving into the Plaza Hotel. Backstage parking because I had a show down there. Which is a beautiful show we have ever seen that And they said We want you to play his mother and I go. Yeah, they said they'd be in touch and then like a month later I get a call that, uh To come to Hollywood, not talk to anybody about the character. It's going to be a surprise. And I went there and shot one scene in the kitchen. And I want it to the director. And I said, Listen, I'm not gonna change my voice. I'm just going to be really going to be Israel as I possibly can. And I shot the scene and then Must've been five or six months later that we got the call that they're FX picked it up and In a way we win, but It was incredible. It was an amazing thing. And when I won the Emmy I was, You know, I was shocked and pleased and You know, thrilled Then I thank my mom. You know, I think I said we did it, Mom, Because really, I based a character on my mom. My five sisters. And all the people in my family, you know that And then my life that I didn't I just tried to play a woman. Ah, you know, patterned after my mom who was a wonderful Person and raised 11 Children. So That was really good and There's a voting starts, the second of Of July for this year because we missed the cut off date last year, so basket is up again. Preemies and I'm hopeful. That people will vote for me again because you know you want your peers. They vote for you a lot of competition out there, but I don't think I've ever done anything better in my life Acting. What? Yeah. You deserve it. Louis. It's a brilliant performance. So I always tell people don't you find yourself because I got my dream part when I was 61. It's a good point. It's inspirational. You've worked so hard your whole life. You've had an unbelievable career. I want to ask you a little bit about your stand up because I've seen a lot of different comedians like somebody who I would say is the opposite of you who's very talented, but a dirty comedian. Which is not the stuff you did would be Bob Saget. Right. You see Bob Saget, You think America's funniest Don't be Bob. Yeah, I mean, and he's great. I think they think it's going to be from the show. You're exactly And it's the opposite, right. But then something I've always Pre. She ate it about you because I like the dirty comedians and all that, But I also like the guys like you or you can take your family to see your show and everybody is gonna laugh and have a good time. You talk a lot about your family, Your self deprecating You talk a lot about yourself. You talk about your weight. You talk about your mom a lot. And you know, everybody has a kooky family in some way or another, A loving family. But you know things that people can laugh about, and that's what I've always appreciated about You is like I said, You could be 10 years old or 90 years old Goto watch Louie Anderson and you're gonna laugh and you're not necessarily talking about politics. You're not, you know, hating on anybody. You're just everyone's there, and they just had a good time. And that's why I've always appreciated about your standup. Well, you know, stand up my first love. Everything else is great. On the stand up first and foremost, there was the thing that got me to where I am. I love it. I just had on the 23rd on the CW. They just played my special big underwear. Which was really nice. They're doing a thing called Happy hour Tuesday, and I was the first Yeah, Sean, that was really a nice compliment me Just really enjoy that love that. I guess the thing about stand up is, you know, Let's say your actor, our TV person if you're not working, this is the town. You still can have a career. You can travel around the country. But Vegas was always my own. You know, I probably have done the majority, I would say 3/4 of my shows of my life. I've been done. Done right in this town. You know, the week after I opened here in 84 I opened the next week at Valley as the opening act for the Commodores. And then I worked with the point of this. And Barbara Mandrell and I opened for Smokey Robinson and I, I opened for Kenny Rogers and going Campbell and Rachel. I had to clean that. Like you say, right? Nobody, you know, got offended, and I had just the most fantastic time doing my 20 minutes. And then getting to watch these superstars. Do what they do. I'm on so much and ah I mean, I have really pinched myself. Sometimes you know how lucky I am and how grateful I am. But it's a serving. Nobody handed anything to you. You earned it. I guess that we only have a couple minutes left here. This would be my last question for you. What advice would you give?.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Let's talk a second about baskets. Look, it's actually an who now, which is great, because I would encourage anybody to watch baskets. If you didn't catch it the first time around. It's one of the best shows on television. The last you know, year to a couple of years, and you were so brilliant in it. You actually won an Emmy for your fear role is Christine baskets. The mother to Zach Alfano, Actresses character, and so I guess. You know, Mike, I've heard you and interviews to say that the Christine baskets character was based on your own mother, and you took a lot from her butt. You know it's comedy, but it's also you know, it's It's a bittersweet role, too. And you want an Emmy for that. What was that, like winning an Emmy? Not just for your comedic talents, but Just kind of Ah, really, you know, well rounded character. Well, you know, it was just a dream come true that you know, I just did a doing a show right now. Call back the fun with Blue Anderson and I just I just There's a clip of it up on my Twitter at the understand I interviewed the director And also Martha and I'm in interviews that coming up But I interviewed them about their experience that baskets and for me my experience, Wass, I got a call. From Louis CK and Jonathan Krystle and back And they really that I'm doing a show in a back alley Tanaka And, um I will. We want you to play a part I go. Yeah, I was down at the I was just driving into the Plaza Hotel. Backstage parking because I had a show down there. Which is a beautiful show you've ever seen that And they said We want you to play his mother and I go. Yes. They said they'd be in touch. And then, like, six months later, I get a call that, uh Uganda Hollywood, not talk to anybody about the character. It's going to be a surprise. And I went there and shot one scene in the kitchen. And I want it to the director. And I said, Listen, I'm not gonna change my voice. I'm just going to be really going to be Israel as I possibly can. And I shot the scene and then Must've been five or six months later that we got the call that they're FX picked it up and And away, we went, but it was incredible. It was an amazing thing. When I won the Emmy I was, You know, I was shocked and pleased and You know, thrilled. And I thank my mom. You know, I think I said we did it, Mom, Because really, I based a character on my mom. My five sisters. And all the people in my family, you know that And in my life that I didn't I just tried to play a woman. Ah, you know, patterned after my mom who was a wonderful Person and raised 11 Children. So That was really good and There's a voting starts, the second of Of July for this year because we missed the cut off date last year, so basket is up again. Preemies and I'm hopeful. That people will vote for me again because you know you want your peers to vote for you a lot of competition out there, but I don't think I've ever done anything better in my life Acting. What? Yeah. You deserve it. Louis. It's a brilliant performance. So I always tell people don't give up on yourself because I got my dream part when I was 61. It's a good point. It's inspirational. You've worked so hard your whole life. You've had an unbelievable career. I want to ask you a little bit about your stand up because I've seen a lot of different comedians like somebody who I would say is the opposite of you who's very talented, but a dirty comedian. Which is not the stuff you did would be Bob Saget. Right. You see Bob Saget, You think America's funniest Don't be Bob. Yeah, I mean, and he's great. They think it's going to be from the show. You're exactly and it's the opposite, right. But then I have something. I've always a Pre. She ate it about you because I like the dirty comedians and all that, But I also like the guys like you or you can take your family to see your show and everybody is gonna laugh and have a good time. You talk a lot about your family, Your self deprecating You talk a lot about yourself. You talk about your weight. You talk about your mom a lot. And you know, everybody has a kooky family in some way or another, A loving family. But you know things that people can laugh about, and that's what I've always appreciated about You is like I said, You could be 10 years old or 90 years old Goto watch Louie Anderson and you're gonna laugh and you're not necessarily talking about politics. You're not, you know, hating on anybody. You're just everyone's there, and they just had a good time. And that's why I've always appreciated about your standup. Well, you know, stand up my first love. Everything else is great. On the stand up first and foremost, it was the thing that got me to where I am. I love it. I just had on the 23rd on the CW. They just played by special big underwear. Which was really nice. They're doing a thing called Happy hour Tuesday, and I was the first Pressure on that was really a nice compliment me just really enjoy that love that. I guess the thing about stand up is, you know, Let's say your actor, our TV person if you're not working, this is the town. You still can have a career. You can travel around the country. But Vegas was always my own. You know, I probably have done the majority, I would say 3/4 of my shows of my life. I've been done right in this town. You know, the week after I opened here in 84 I open the next week at Valley as the opening act for the Commodores, and then I worked with the pointed And Barbara Mandrell and I opened for Smokey Robinson and I, I opened for Kenny Rogers and going Campbell and Rachel. I had to clean that. Like you say nobody, you know, got offended, and I had just the most fantastic time doing my 20 minutes. And then getting to watch these Superstars. Do what they do. I'm on so much and ah I mean, I have really pinched myself sometimes don't know how lucky I am and how grateful I am serving. Nobody handed anything to you. You earned it. I guess that we only have a couple minutes left here. This would be my last question for you. What advice would you give?.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I don't know once again for Paul Harvey you I just makes me laugh every time I think about it there you will hear that on the rest of the story but I guarantee you when history meets mystery you'll hear a great episode tomorrow morning and if for some reason you didn't realize how huge Paul Harvey was I think most of you did because there's been a huge reaction to it running on Bob Sirott show eight thirty tomorrow morning but there was a time back in nineteen eighty four when Barbara Mandrell had had a horrible car wreck and she was hospitalized a long time and it took her months to recover from the injuries it's just horrible but it happened she was gonna be appearing at the Kansas state fair and she had to cancel that because of the accident and KPI in Wichita radio station there put together the world's largest get well card and it was a listener type promotion promotions probably not the right word but listener involvement we got thirty six thousand signatures and tons of cards and all this and next thing you know carefully I get a call from American Airlines and they say you know we heard about your promotion and we'd we'd love to free of charge fly the entire display to Barbara Mandrell at our home in Nashville and they said well what word you hear it and without a beat the the guide American Airlines is almost complete says the questionable won Paul Harvey's show of course where else and you know that was the that was the power of Paul Harvey so you'll hear it tomorrow morning eight thirty right here on WG and and we'll pick it up with the Jack Welch story and Terry and you and Steve Bryant three.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"That shows that mark Belling late afternoon show slight correction when they said only two people limit of one since two thousand actually that's correct but killer surf one twice she what a nine and eleven but it was the same person in there the only other woman when the CMA entertainer of the year award twice it's not Loretta Lynn it's not Dolly Parton I am unless you knew the list you'd never get it not real McIntyre good good good gas she's what it was Barbara Mandrell that's back when she had the TV show and everything else going on and she was you know I was I would it is appalling Taylor step one twice but they didn't know she was going to wander so far over into fluff fail and all of that's that yet that does a poli it's appalling to kill the sept is one price to Kerry wonder under what is not wanted all you wonder bike and what what's happened to these idiots sporting a country music so I yeah so they better give it to Carrie Underwood and John why can vote for Chris they pull that all the ones he doesn't have a board nor do why real quickly since for when you got to the end of the program here and well past type the story in Hong Kong is compelling yesterday on the same day there are times is giving us to eyewitness reports of people that were either Saturday after badly injured widened a protester that was standing it's now traffic that was now by protesters just standing there police officer walked up to him and shot him repeatedly and killed it the Hong Kong police officer working for the Chinese government in the meantime an older man went over in society to ball out a bunch of the protesters saying they ought to have more support for the Chinese government the protesters set him on fire it's possible Hong Kong one of the largest cities in terms of population in the world is going to fall apart and melt out I don't think the Chinese government knows what to do they can try to slaughter and massacre everybody to put it down which is their style and they have the advantage in the population in Hong Kong is not allowed to own guns they have the advantage of China the government doesn't have a strong gun control laws citizens arts was the happy gods so they can kill over the people can't shoot back but that would be an atrocity that would be a clear view of every what it would be a death blow to the image of China that I don't.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Bobbycast

"And I rolled all the wind is down. And I don't know why. I guess I thought I wanted everybody on the street to I don't know. I mean, it was like this. You know, just this whole your whole body lights up, you know. And it was the most exciting thing in the world because I had literally wanted to be a singer since I was five years old. And I remember listening to the radio on my moms and dads kitchen in our house thinking, I was naive enough to think well, they're on the radio. Why can't I be? And I think that's part of the reason that I became one of those one percent because I didn't know the odds. I don't know what the odds were. And I really just believable if they can do it. Why cannot do it? Did you feel when you were working at the front desk, and people would come in to work in a profession that you wanted to do that? You're as good as they were already because I know it's frustrating when people are doing what you wanna do. But did you feel like, oh, I'm their talent wise. It's just got to put on my time. My thing was I believed in my voice. I believed that I had a voice in that. I could sing. But I'm I'm basically an introvert. I mean, I'm not like I grew up watching Barbara Mandrell on television, and she played every instrument and she danced, and she did all this stuff. And I was not I'm not that kind of entertainer. And so I really thought, you know, I'm I can sing I'm a little bit overweight. I don't play an instrument really I can play a little bit Petar. But I don't. So I didn't think I had enough. I thought I've got this one skill that I believe in. But I don't have all these other ones. So I think for me it was that did have a strong belief in myself. And I don't I think if I didn't I wouldn't be sitting here, but at the same. Time. I I had all these doubts about the things that I thought I needed to be able to do the before I could be at be successful at it. So you felt you had to develop you, even then you felt like you need to develop a bit more. Yeah. Do you want so strong? No, no. I mean, and I went to Belmont aware. There were so many music majors. And you couldn't you throw a stick. Without somebody telling you what a great singer. They were you know, and I was not that girl and even actually at at mtm records after I got my record deal. There were people at that building. Who said we didn't even know we didn't know you say, really? Yeah. So if you weren't you weren't one of the ones that were like, hey, I sing I think I was not I was not now how did you change that? Then how did you start telling people? I sing I sing. I think it was because I I was shy. And I wasn't bold about telling people, I was a singer. But after working at that label for about six months and answering the phones and ordering liquid paper and not and watching people do it. I wanted to do I realized if I don't tell somebody this is what I do. If I don't really get off my butt and try to make this happen. Then I'm going to get to do this for the rest of my life and I- reconnected. I had I had a couple of songs. One was kept lazy that I had done demos for. And I I just found those guys again said, hey, I'm trying to I'm trying to get some demo work and demo work was my way out once I started to get enough work that I could actually quit my job who was of for you the took the big shot. Like, you we went. Wow, this person really like put it out there for me to like believed in me when maybe they didn't have to. I mean, there was there were several there were a lot of people the chain of events were the two garth's, honestly..

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"He's hoping that everyone's going to be excited and happy to limit their material possessions were taken away because as Lisa informed him material possessions won't bring us joy and facts people be happier without them. Of course, everyone is furious, and there becomes an angry mob, which is a wonderful theme that happens to Simpson. And there's always a different flavor of the mob to pitchforks berries. Snowballs as I recall this little worried for home are safe. Very serious snowballs and planters tries to to actually be accountable and do the right thing here. He gets pelted as well. It's very scary to be honest. But then basically Homer Homer points out is like, you know, this isn't what Christmas is about and points into this is what Christmas is about. And I assume that it would you're supposed to be thinking about like the north star. But of course, it's Momon hiring his last flare gun shot. He also like Mr. McGrew has a hard time seeing. So he and just everything about him as always tragic, but he here's the call of wolves and thinks like oh good rescue dog. So sad. I loved so hard. You never know when you're gonna get a moment appearance. Yeah. And it's always a wonderful treat. He's always welcome to the party. I'm very happy that I created a whole backstory for moment in soda. I did a couple of years ago where it was discovered that he had been the mayor of spring. 'field at one point. Yes. And then he was driven out of town when they discovered that the town song he thought he had written on his own was actually wanna hit bought from somebody else. That always the way. Dashes music man there too. Out of the town kind of. Yeah. I love that so much and this point so everyone is kind of a praying and the mayor who's wearing his robe American be immediately comes I stop that. You can't you can't pray on town property property and city property and Homer gives the speech. I don't know if you'd like to take it away from here. Go can say it. Yeah. Because to me this is like a line that I wrote in the first draft that more or less made it all the way through. So I think he says let's just say that I'm this day a million years ago. A dude was born that most of us think was magic. But some don't, and that's okay. But we are probably right. Exactly. Right. Amen. We've talked about this before too where it's like the Simpsons is at its best is never pushing the. Yeah. Or an agenda on anybody. It's kind of presenting both sides funny way. And who says it kind of helps guide maybe how seriously to take it? When Homer says something's good. Maybe that's not always the right? You know, the healthiest option, but it's it's always so great. It's never really pushing a idea down your throat, which and it's also I mean think coming from Homer to excuses any possible offense, you know. And it's a cartoon. So at this point all the camps are given back, but now to different people, and we get a great Frank moment bra and as little flustered at first hasn't doesn't have Grassi's like, okay? I'll pretend. Good freak moment. There's a lot of cameras and this, and then we end like we do all Christmases with the most suicide of yet. Really grotesquely drawn laid out. Rough decided he wasn't going to kill himself. But then he fell off the ledge anyway. Right. Right. And then this ends with hark the herald angels, saying, of course horse. So it does still Brown, of course, which ends in a very warm fuzzy way, I love this episode. I think it's a wonderful Christmas edition when you're watching all your other Christmas movies and this went on. Yeah. Do you have any final thoughts about or maybe a moment that we missed from this episode can think of any just so much fun. I like the end when the Astrolabe says today's the birth of our Lord. Lord, Jesus Christ singer Barbara Mandrell doing some research, but who was born on Christmas. And I was really fun that it was proper mental. And then so going over the entire episode, including what we've talked about. Can you give some type of lesson to take away? Boy, you know, just Christmas is what you make of it..

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

"Feeder. Hi fi really wasn't that forgiving? You could hide some some crappy production because it all kind of sound of the same compressed into that tiny little space. But you have to assume that you hear something on the radio in those days, and you go I really liked that ban. I'm going to buy their LP or later on. You know, if CD, you know, but you know, later on actually closer to that time period, you're talking about cassettes. Well, at least the fidelity is better on a cassette or nail p than hearing through your little AM radio. But still I don't know. Played cassettes out of the same crappy speaker that was probably the same crappy speaker that was in your car, you remember I cassette player. Yeah. It was not stereo phonic by Panasonic. We you know, it didn't do the job. That's why you know you wanted to hook up. Good speakers to your turntable. And you you, and I shouldn't spend time arguing about rumble and his in stuff from LP's the warmth of sound because that could go on for seven hours, but the ideas people when they initially hear something go, there's something that moves me or intrigues me. Now, I'm going to go to the medium where I can hear it the best that are. Yeah. You know? And the foundations glad they wrote the song. But but Alison she sends shivers up my spine on that. It's a great. It's a great version. And I think a cer- certainly more theatrical and more interesting, I think more appropriate to the lyrics cover of of that song. Yeah. And before we go on. I also have an another little thing to say, I guess, we're we're being very. Wpro country today. Isn't that weird? Well, other than the fact that we just ripped up Barbara Mandrell. Yeah. You know, I don't mind bashing Barbara Mandrell, but you know, Alison Krauss if you watched say, you know, I get access TV. But if you watch live concert that's been taped on TV, if you watch not only in Krause, but you know, Mary Chapin carpenter and some of these other female singer Emmylou Harris a lot of a lot of singers. You listen to their voices. Their voices are amazing. They have lost nothing. They sound bent tastic live whether you like the music or not they sound great. So there's something to be said for what they do in the studio versus live. You know, maybe they're not leave. Maybe they're not going through the excesses of Robert plant and his band, you know, drinking and doing drugs and having groupies throwing televisions through windows. I don't know what it is. But country. Music people tend to sound pretty goddamn good live, whether you like country music or not you hear them sing national anthems. They always sound better than pop. Yeah, they always sound better while, but I'm still gonna buy old country because Barbara Mandrell 's just always gonna be somebody that I chuckle. Speaking of chuckling. Yes. Okay. One of my favorite comedic musicals is avenue, q which I was lucky enough to see in New York when it I saw it on Broadway just happened to be in New York. And and I got tickets, and let me tell you something this send up of kind of a Sesame Street group of people and their live performers onstage. Manipulating puppets. Right. Not only are there comedic chops. Great. They're timing in their voices. But there but voices speaking, but their voices singing were phenomenal and the composition you'll have to look it up. So we can talk about it. I don't know who who wrote the music and the lyrics. Eight is absolutely wonderful chokes you up at times, it's incredibly hilarious and outrageous at times and the most outrageous song. Yeah. Is what we're going to hear next. And it's called the more. You rub someone. Yeah. Okay. It's sung by Japanese American woman named Ann Harada. And and she is manipulating in Asian puppet. Okay. And speaks in pidgin English. Right. And as as unpeaceful as you might think that is it's some of the funniest stuff in avenue, q and she's singing to another character called Kate monster about wha. Why she wants to kill her husband because he's just disgusting. She's still in love with them. And it is so unpredictable and unpeaceful and delightful. So this is from avenue, q the more you rub our UV the more. You rove someone why can't people get along and love each other Christmas?.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

"Feeder. Hi fi really wasn't that forgiving? You could hide some some crappy production because it all kind of sound of the same compressed into that tiny little space. But you have to assume that you hear something on the radio in those days, and you go I really liked that ban. I'm going to buy their LP or later on. You know, if CD, you know, but you know, later on actually closer to that time period, you're talking about cassettes. Well, at least the fidelity is better on a cassette or nail p than hearing through your little AM radio. But still I don't know. Played cassettes out of the same crappy speaker that was probably the same crappy speaker that was in your car, you remember I cassette player. Yeah. It was not stereo phonic by Panasonic. We you know, it didn't do the job. That's why you know you wanted to hook up. Good speakers to your turntable. And you you, and I shouldn't spend time arguing about rumble and his in stuff from LP's the warmth of sound because that could go on for seven hours, but the ideas people when they initially hear something go, there's something that moves me or intrigues me. Now, I'm going to go to the medium where I can hear it the best that are. Yeah. You know? And the foundations glad they wrote the song. But but Alison she sends shivers up my spine on that. It's a great. It's a great version. And I think a cer- certainly more theatrical and more interesting, I think more appropriate to the lyrics cover of of that song. Yeah. And before we go on. I also have an another little thing to say, I guess, we're we're being very. Wpro country today. Isn't that weird? Well, other than the fact that we just ripped up Barbara Mandrell. Yeah. You know, I don't mind bashing Barbara Mandrell, but you know, Alison Krauss if you watched say, you know, I get access TV. But if you watch live concert that's been taped on TV, if you watch not only in Krause, but you know, Mary Chapin carpenter and some of these other female singer Emmylou Harris a lot of a lot of singers. You listen to their voices. Their voices are amazing. They have lost nothing. They sound bent tastic live whether you like the music or not they sound great. So there's something to be said for what they do in the studio versus live. You know, maybe they're not leave. Maybe they're not going through the excesses of Robert plant and his band, you know, drinking and doing drugs and having groupies throwing televisions through windows. I don't know what it is. But country. Music people tend to sound pretty goddamn good live, whether you like country music or not you hear them sing national anthems. They always sound better than pop. Yeah, they always sound better while, but I'm still gonna buy old country because Barbara Mandrell 's just always gonna be somebody that I chuckle. Speaking of chuckling. Yes. Okay. One of my favorite comedic musicals is avenue, q which I was lucky enough to see in New York when it I saw it on Broadway just happened to be in New York. And and I got tickets, and let me tell you something this send up of kind of a Sesame Street group of people and their live performers onstage. Manipulating puppets. Right. Not only are there comedic chops. Great. They're timing in their voices. But there but voices speaking, but their voices singing were phenomenal and the composition you'll have to look it up. So we can talk about it. I don't know who who wrote the music and the lyrics. Eight is absolutely wonderful chokes you up at times, it's incredibly hilarious and outrageous at times and the most outrageous song. Yeah. Is what we're going to hear next. And it's called the more. You rub someone. Yeah. Okay. It's sung by Japanese American woman named Ann Harada. And and she is manipulating in Asian puppet. Okay. And speaks in pidgin English. Right. And as as unpeaceful as you might think that is it's some of the funniest stuff in avenue, q and she's singing to another character called Kate monster about wha. Why she wants to kill her husband because he's just disgusting. She's still in love with them. And it is so unpredictable and unpeaceful and delightful. So this is from avenue, q the more you rub our UV the more. You rove someone why can't people get along and love each other Christmas?.

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

"Fade out before we lose our into. All right. So here's the story on that. First of all, I misspoke standing-room-only was written by Charles, silver and Susan Manchester. It's off the nineteen seventy five album. This is Barbara Mandrell. Steadier moly hit number five on Billboard's hot country chart, and frankly, it is the musical equipment to the Senate. Anna winds allergy attack that I'm having right now it is that. We heard the applause from the live version dollars to doughnuts. Those were all women applaud okay? Now the Simpson. Simpson's did a they had a plot where there was a country singer interacting with the Simpsons family. Right. And you know, I'm the star some of the greatest country hits, including don't look up my dress unless you mean it, and I just thought that is it that is so yeah, perfect. That is Barbara Mandrell that is that sense of humor. But but outrage, and of course, back to kid Creole and those wonderful women on distractions. They they completely nail the cleverness of the lyrics fun. But hey, you know, you're just a user. Yeah. You're a user you don't give a damn about us. You're only it's that age old line, man. Only wants one thing. Well, in this case, the the distraction song as saying you God damn, right? And we're sick of it. Wow. Yeah. That's powerful man that and. If the the ironic just position between that and standing room only standing room only. She's I mean, which kind of works against is like, you know, you must think my beds bust the way you come and go, but there's only standing room only to watch. You do what we do. You know, it sounds like kind of an orgy thing. So Barbara, I think you in the songwriter should have gone for different title wonder, if they. Understood irony of time, or if there was even a sense of humor. But there is a sense of humor in a lot of country songs in terms of their titles. Maybe that one was unintentionally funny. Yeah. That is that is entirely possible. Let's move onto the next cut before us two white men dig yourselves into a whole talking about musical female empowerment. Yes, I'm too late. But that was we're all for it. We're all or are. And maybe Lesley gore. Did it better? You know, she she certainly started it off. But now we move onto an artist who changed himself completely a Bill Nelson was part of a British late seventies early eighties band called bebop deluxe. Right. And they were kind of fun. They were rock and roll slash new wave and something amazing happened. He decided he didn't wanna play rock. Enroll he formed his own record label called Cocteau records, a not to Zhong Cocteau. Right. And some of his amazing mystical ghostly imagery in his films and his art, right? Bill. Nelson started doing collages studying Rosa, crushes them and mysticism, and it turned out the guy was a genius because he would do the engineering he would do amazing guitar work. And he would do phenomenal work on synthesizers. Unlike anything that I've ever heard. So he was a crazy control-freak. He he was but, but even despite that the end result would be remarkable sometimes they would be lyrical. Sometimes they would be spooky he used found vocals, which we've talked about my love of, you know, Brian Eno and David Burns my life in the Bush goes so this cut which will talk about after you play. It uses found vocals in an absolutely fascinating way. And they're not found vocals like off necessarily a radio broadcast. There's something more particular. And I I want to listen to experience and see if they even pick up the sources of some of the unusual found vocals and Bill Nelson's the charm of transit..

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"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"barbara mandrell" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers

"Fade out before we lose our into. All right. So here's the story on that. First of all, I misspoke standing-room-only was written by Charles, silver and Susan Manchester. It's off the nineteen seventy five album. This is Barbara Mandrell. Steadier moly hit number five on Billboard's hot country chart, and frankly, it is the musical equipment to the Senate. Anna winds allergy attack that I'm having right now it is that. We heard the applause from the live version dollars to doughnuts. Those were all women applaud okay? Now the Simpson. Simpson's did a they had a plot where there was a country singer interacting with the Simpsons family. Right. And you know, I'm the star some of the greatest country hits, including don't look up my dress unless you mean it, and I just thought that is it that is so yeah, perfect. That is Barbara Mandrell that is that sense of humor. But but outrage, and of course, back to kid Creole and those wonderful women on distractions. They they completely nail the cleverness of the lyrics fun. But hey, you know, you're just a user. Yeah. You're a user you don't give a damn about us. You're only it's that age old line, man. Only wants one thing. Well, in this case, the the distraction song as saying you God damn, right? And we're sick of it. Wow. Yeah. That's powerful man that and. If the the ironic just position between that and standing room only standing room only. She's I mean, which kind of works against is like, you know, you must think my beds bust the way you come and go, but there's only standing room only to watch. You do what we do. You know, it sounds like kind of an orgy thing. So Barbara, I think you in the songwriter should have gone for different title wonder, if they. Understood irony of time, or if there was even a sense of humor. But there is a sense of humor in a lot of country songs in terms of their titles. Maybe that one was unintentionally funny. Yeah. That is that is entirely possible. Let's move onto the next cut before us two white men dig yourselves into a whole talking about musical female empowerment. Yes, I'm too late. But that was we're all for it. We're all or are. And maybe Lesley gore. Did it better? You know, she she certainly started it off. But now we move onto an artist who changed himself completely a Bill Nelson was part of a British late seventies early eighties band called bebop deluxe. Right. And they were kind of fun. They were rock and roll slash new wave and something amazing happened. He decided he didn't wanna play rock. Enroll he formed his own record label called Cocteau records, a not to Zhong Cocteau. Right. And some of his amazing mystical ghostly imagery in his films and his art, right? Bill. Nelson started doing collages studying Rosa, crushes them and mysticism, and it turned out the guy was a genius because he would do the engineering he would do amazing guitar work. And he would do phenomenal work on synthesizers. Unlike anything that I've ever heard. So he was a crazy control-freak. He he was but, but even despite that the end result would be remarkable sometimes they would be lyrical. Sometimes they would be spooky he used found vocals, which we've talked about my love of, you know, Brian Eno and David Burns my life in the Bush goes so this cut which will talk about after you play. It uses found vocals in an absolutely fascinating way. And they're not found vocals like off necessarily a radio broadcast. There's something more particular. And I I want to listen to experience and see if they even pick up the sources of some of the unusual found vocals and Bill Nelson's the charm of transit..

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