6 Burst results for "cindy guitar"
"cindy guitar" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"She was doing something she was like. Okay look i need to just sit you down here just for a minute can just sit here for a minute. And i'll be with you very shortly on what she did. We have one of those early record players. You know the one with the army lifted the arbiter repeat so she put on this little four forty five seventy records and she put one of that one that one. It was the recco shala by al green and in the try. Remember this this. I think the name of the instrument is called the guerra. Because i was just transfixed by saying that sound ought you'd be looking at the speaker just having these and then it will go round at on would meet recruit just repeat and she had to do with a good record. The alight and i would just say this year just just transfixed by the music and that was it. Music was always the thing that could just get me to concentrate to zone out. Yeah yeah and that was. That is funny. How You said the reverend al green moves on the trunk. And what attracted you was the at guerra in amongst the so to socially south of one of the greatest soul legends at the base guitar. Everything else guide on. He heard that guo burn about it. Have you have you heard on any of a kind of so full record or anything like that. No just totally you need. Have they got a locust that you know you out. That's cool that's cool so all right so you know. I know you as a talented musician. Ban predominantly oversee on. The base has always been estimate of choice. No i actually started on guitar when i was about nine or ten nine. So you play. Yes so what happened. Was i have an auntie of mine. Who's not too much older than the the myself but Probably about six or seven years older than me and she had to guitar but didn't really play it on whatever a my grandmother said cindy guitar over to the wall the grandkids or whatever..
"cindy guitar" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Welcome back. You're listening to back win from the game. Duckie being imposed by leading pod. Bielski or pod b. l. Skeet depends on how you pronounce it. Adam i played gave them a switch. Though i wager on other consoles as well This game is fantastic. This is another example for the fact wasn't theme here. Every track from the show exception of my borders round track is actually also from game. Viewing did not expect a click. We'll be like did what duck game has been one of the most played games. I've played says. I reviewed it. It is a multiplayer game. I think adult swim games actually published it and it pretty much sales like a series of tracks that used to be are what have been in combat zone or something and just didn't quite make it but but that's probably why like him so much as a arena versus being where you are characters all ducks and you are doing a death. Match style battle where you up different weapons they're hitting question blocks mario or hidden indestructible objects in rep is range from things. As simple as a pistol or shotgun to the moon knight's gun and chainsaws and armored might sort of armor and helmet and sealed sword majette packs and it gets really really ridiculous and when this track is pointed it rotates various tracks as you please with the game. I like ten wins or so. Yeah but when. This track is playing and winning streak. Oh i get cocky as all get out is being a blessed. We're playing people yell at you. And you've had victorious win and containing the yep. That's it do this thing. This days she shoot. It's such a. it's such a fun times or dancing shoes dance and shoot with dancing shoes. It's just one of those days. Where it if i didn't immediately say if i didn't review this or someone didn't tell me about it. I would have ignored it. But there's there is nothing about this game that i've seen just in advertisements that draw me to it but 'execution this game is breaking glories of the music of the large part of why that is is a stellar o. s. T. this is awesome. It's got that great like fm. Cindy guitar sound. That i really like. It's a little less harsh than it is in like like road rash or s- kitchen but it does definitely has that feeling to spend more. Yes i expect any dodger for that kind of great that kinda grind e heavy. Sound chris. because i it's still heck. yeah. I know that some people are on the fence with that. Because it's a little divisive now. It's it's fm is great. It's grimy all the right ways those fm songs raw. I'm gonna turn this track down and we're going to get into the part of the show that parrella ni- we like to call this part of the show a little something. The bonus round. That was the worst duck voice ever done. I had no idea you were. Try your daffy duck on me now. That was donald doddle. Jeez well okay. We'll try that was really terrible. Fix it later and post and it's just going to be donald being a need magic. Or what does he screaming kingdom arts all the time i say i really love the ducktail show which of course was canceled but any time that that donald donald duck michelle. I'm confused. it's amazing that you had to stop and think of every time that which they played pants the talking about daffy so i understand that but anyway comes on the show. I have no clue what he's saying like. I don't know. I have to have subtitles on to figure out. What makes you feel kinda bad for him because before it was literally just donald. Donald spoke like that. You just kind of assumed they were like yeah. Oh he's w cartoon duck with sam reich his own goal and the kids and every other duck tasr speaks normally yeah. Perfect cast a huge light on donald. What happened a double look. I urge you to be more compassionate to donald duck because he had a stroke that because it really does cast a huge bright. Why does donald talk like this. But the other ducks do and never never knowledged. On any of the shows like donald. We can stay slow down while they do on the new series a little bit do all they do. They take some playful jabs that they're like one of the things that donald like that makes donald so angry that he thinks he can't be understood or something bad they say it in like a psycho psychology type or framing but it has that double meaning hospital with my my cousin. Rachel and i was literally pausing the show and she would translate for me because she's like disney watch it again and i would stop. Rachel is that she's like no she said this. I'm like i can't understand professional. Donald trades later. This tangent is brought to you by rhythm pixels so the bonus round where we play covers and remixes arrangements on the show based on the theme that we have today in. Chris brought something. I am really happy about. Yeah accidentally i had no idea. Why don't you introduce so this masterpiece right here. Sure thing okay so this is a well. I do video game. Cover music. i My hands are gimmick a super high tops high. Like hello which is a general reference. Because all we've officially done so far is a toe jam and earl cover but So you know i do. Play video game covers with groups but This was a collaborative compilation To a very dear friend of mine. deirdre who got married this year and a whole bunch of friends from a the forums. Which is the minibuses fan forum that turned into its own kind of community. They put together this. This album of tracks As a wedding gift kind of thing cool and this is a song that i really liked because she had covered it before. And we're both big fans of neil baldwin and so i actually took it upon myself to basically just make my own tracks so this is actually my name. Attached to it in kev riggan. I think that's how you pronounce his name Who is another you know. A mutual friend Kind of thing. When handed it off to the person who was putting this together to mix it in like make it sound good and everything he brought in a drummer much to my delight so this is not a drummer. I've met but Everything but the drums in the production are me on this track in. This is A neil baldwin track. Neil baldwin is one of my favorite video game composers. It is a song that appears both in ferrari grand prix challenge and james bond junior on the s. What james bond. Junior version is sped up a little bit and it's called the love.
"cindy guitar" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast
"Food is as part of it but that that would be the next place on my list of places. I'd like to see and part of back back to the train. I think it'd be just Kinda cool to have the money to just sort bounce around all over. You Know Central Europe on the trains going from wherever to wear see. That'd be when I wouldn't be able to forget. Euro chip the movie. Yeah that's true but I mean it's still. I think it would be a lot of funded to be to do that with the proverbial not literal verbal backpack. Yeah it's it's amazing. How cheap you can fly once you're in some of these places and it just Kinda as what I'm like. I love the train but it breaks my heart because it's just so expensive compared to being able to get some of these cheap flights that exist in places now. They're not great flights but whenever you're bouncing around between German cities are going down to. I don't know the Czech Republic or something that's the short flight so as okay if it's not necessarily comfortable and so much cheaper. Well if I had my druthers actually the way I would do is drive it because as a as a driver who truly enjoys driving You know if you've seen the show top gear There's they've highlighted. Some truly stunning drives. That are in central Europe. And I think that would be a lot of fun. But you'd have to have the right car for it and I just don't see myself being in the economic bracket where I get the proper card. Do well man. Well even with a rental. I'm you know I just. I'm a state worker and I just don't get paid that much. Take everything in me to get the money to go over there. That's true. So here's a question for all of you because I just thought of this so We're talking about places that you know. Wish fulfilment we'd like to go but is a place or what would be the place that you actually could go to and feel bad that you haven't like someplace either close to home that other people think of as a destination or you know just someplace that Really you should have seen because it's it's supposed to be spectacular just never done and so I'm thinking of this because for me I grew up in upstate. New York western New York and I have never been to Niagara Falls and that was like the thing to see Not The thing but one of the most famous things and I just never went so I have never seen Niagara Falls and now I live far away so it actually makes it even harder And so I thought that I thought well there was a place that did actually was part of sort of my regional culture that I just never for whatever reason just never got to see. It's a hard question Because I grew prowling fair in in West Virginia. Well I mean it's not just I know well I'm just thinking the the the northeast is limiting myself to that region because I mean for example. I haven't really seen the Pacific northwest very much and That would be an area that if I just eliminated the United States that would be an area that I would Probably want or feel like I should explore more but that's kind of far away actually by plane. It's almost as far as Europe. So let's just limit ourselves to the northeast in going by the northeast. I have traveled around a lot but this winter by proxy. This is actually And I've been there three times but that's New York City and the three times that I've been is New York City. I went when I was nineteen. I think and I didn't appreciate it Was there with my parents and And then I went there I actually went to when I was a kid when I was like twelve or something like that but I don't remember much about that on a school trip and then I went for ag. And then. I was focused on on conference space stuff and things like that and I saw some cool things and I liked it but I didn't really get to explore the the underground culture That has influenced so much of my life particularly music based and things like that and I would like to see more of the What I call when I think of is the second skin if you will of an area the the The coffee shops in the in the where people live proper not the touristy stuff. I'm New York City. That's probably one that I haven't explored enough and I would love to do. Luckily for you the upcoming AG will be in New York. And I don't know what is it three year not years two or three years. Yeah and and I might. I might use that opportunity to do that. but again there's agp things that I need to do particularly since I'm you know maybe on the job market soon so that's kind of May sort circuit that but you know that's one I would definitely like to me I got nothing. There's there's so much stuff I haven't seen. I don't know what to say that I'm I'm I should be ridiculed for not seeing so So there were no places that like when when you were in the western North Carolina that everybody's like well. This is what all the tourists come to see that you'd never event who I'm probably. Yeah but I don't know what I mean. So many leaving to start that railroad and all that stuff so tweet see happen to tweets up into. I don't know what happened there. Tracy tweety railroad. I've been there a lot. We used to go there a lot when I was a kid so It was just like the place. 'cause I spent an awful lot of my Summer vacations going to Cherokee area and it's a tweet. He was just one of those places. You went along along there So I I spend a Lotta time there and actually you know kind of interesting. I lately found myself an office. A stall jet or just curiosity as an adult Wanting to go back and revisit places that I went as a kid and think and see I'm saying it would be different to me now Not least of all because I think about it like geographer which I wouldn't have when I was younger but I think it would be really interesting to reexaming some of those places with different eyes and APPALACHIA Boone North Carolina places. Like that or places. I haven't been to really since I was a young teenager and maybe last time I went. There's seventeen And I would think I would like to see those places again just you know. Do they seem different now? And I know Jesse thinks is silly because he went to school there. So we'll know but I can say just from going whenever I was a kid specifically to tweet see going as a kid and then going when I was in college two very different experiences and I can imagine I can kind of extrapolate having driven by. At least not going in that it it would be even just otter still now to compare it to the previous two times so yeah. I mean I I completely get I don't know if I if I broke it out to the US The one place that I feel like I should have been but I've never been is Portland Oregon in to be fair Portland Maine to affiliate for some reason. I should have been there as well but I've never I've never I've never been to either. I've never been to Oregon or main So I guess if I had to to if I had to choose one place I mean I guess there are places in New York City. For instance like you're saying that are the places to go that I didn't go because I thought there were cooler things to go to but Like I didn't go to the Statue of Liberty. I saw it from the bank and I was like. That's good enough or so pure water so I'm gonNA use this as a bit of a Segue to sort of a secondary topic here which is So I've been you know everyone knows I'm really into guitars. And that sort of thing lately and one of the things that informed by answer has informed my answer wanting to see sort of the back areas of New York is There's a guy that I follow ally Insane Threat Shaul and he recently made a trip to New York. A couple of months ago and he Visited Guitar Manufacturers. That are sort of Boutique. Guitar Manufacturers in New York City and one of the places. I think it was Cindy's guitars or something like that. And that is been an interesting thing for me to start looking at things like youtube and looking at places in these little specific niche areas in this particular case. Guitar Manufacturers In visiting places in that way and it sort of virtual sense and I know this is something that you guys have done a lot that I haven't really engaged in much of YouTube Kind of exploration of area. So are there places that you think are kind of cool that you haven't looked at that you like to or they're things that you've looked at and you went. That was really neat. I would suggest people check those things out. I think is more of a conversation about culture right Because like you're saying whenever you're looking at Youtube your especially for looking at it from a spatial perspective you're looking at it. Not because this is here in this is here because this culture is representative of here. And you're seeing here because you're looking at the Qatar making culture you're looking at the The people who are embedded in a certain aspect of food or culture in Japan. You're looking at The people who are highlighting their trip to Machu Pichu. There you know there. There's certain sometimes destinations but think really more about the culture that you're interested in just trying to see how it's it exists or how you can get into that culture in some way and using these people as Kinda proxies to get access to things that you wish you could get or the you hope that you can get to when you get there so yeah I think it's. It's as much a cultural as spatial right. It's IT'S A it's multiple aspects of geography really and it's a thriving sort of I mean not even a Nisha is like a broader area In so the idea of the sort of vicarious experience right so it's I wouldn't even call it call it virtual right because it's it's in places but it's again sampling these aspects of culture that we might do when we were there. So kind of on that level But I was when you're talking about the guitar manufacturing. I was reminded of the the globe maker so on a geography side at the globe maker in London that that has a pretty good social media presence and and gives you that feel right of that..
"cindy guitar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Show from Jordan home in on what's happening at Victoria's secret a fascinating look at where that company may need to go next what was clear about that story is that there's a reckoning of sorts happening well if you go back to the pursuit section toward the back of the magazine Jordan has another piece she works very hard here at Bloomberg and it's this week's critic and the headline alone really grabbed my attention who gets to be an American Jordan back with me here in New York tell me about this story because I have to say it really stopped me in my tracks because you take this very important notion of American an Americanism and that use of the word American in art and sort of unpacking a bit take me here for sure so this year I think one of the main conversations that's happening is who is an American what makes you an authentic American and as I've been mulling this question I've been reading a lot so there's a a few hands full of books you have an American summer in American merits you have the American son which is a play in all of them actually deal with the black experience which is kind of shocking thing because that's not what comes to mind when a lot of people are talking about whose real America and so I wanted to explore in this piece that this is a great surfers and that's happening with this art work saying I'm gonna show you in a very specific story about an African American and that's going to be authentic America you quote the author of an American marriage I believe it's saying that when she took she told her editor quote an American marriage sounded like a novel about some white people in Connecticut experiencing feelings I thought that just captured it so perfectly because that is not at all what this book is about not it also an American marriage is a New York times bestselling book and it is about a couple in Atlanta so black couple in Atlanta the husband is wrongfully convicted goes to prison and now you're looking at what is life like when you have incarcerated partner in so I loved that quote that she said as well because even as African Americans we've been so inundated say like this is you know I'm America's white America is so even pushing that joke in making it reality that's amazing and out an oversight that is why I picked up that book in so it's part of that process of you're giving the reader a challenge even before they open up looking down into that story you're making them think differently about like who who stories do we care about and what does that represent in this country and as you point out when we think about that word used in novels and movies you think about American beauty you know the sort of on we of white suburbia you think about American pastoral Philip Roth's novel that was turned into a movie and those are obviously very different experience very suburban white experiences and yet this is happening in a different way here in twenty nineteen you talk about an American summer which is again a very different picture that of Chicago right yes so I'm from Chicago I love this book in this book is about three months in the summer what is the effect of gun violence in the city on the people who live in these neighborhoods so we're looking at a mother who's lost a child from gun violence or friend who watches you know six year old friend die from gun violence and what is the effects of living in that and not feeling like you're getting resources said to survive that so the title of it is an American summer and everyone loves summer it conjures these images of going to the beach and having fun and being on vacation but this author Alex callow it's he's making the argument that this too is an American summer for millions of people living in this country and how what we give more attention to that right well and you also point out toward the end of this piece which I highly recommend this notion that what these books specifically are doing the play you mention as well is move a lot of this experience from a section may be in a different part of the books for the African American section much more into the front area in a lot of ways you know among all the other novels that people may be picking up and you talk about you know the power of seeing people read this on a train or on the beach or on a plane and that really hopefully moves the conversation in a different direction totally I think one of the biggest frustrations by African American writers of play rates have is that they get type cast is like you can be in this section in your audience is black Americans and enjoy that but what I really enjoyed about seeing these books is that I see white people Asian people all differ people of reading it and my reading it you're slowly starting to unravel the assumptions we have about who belongs here whose stories matter and like what this country represents and I think that's really the power and so an American son the play with Kerry Washington going through a night in a police station trying to hear word of her missing black sun that's going to go to Netflix now so that's going to get it even wider audience to start thinking about who is an American and you point out I'm glad you brought that up because you point out there too that the algorithms ultimately will save you okay you like scandal you're gonna like this and so you done that discover ability becomes that much more important Jordan Holman really really great piece I in the pursuit section she is this week's critic thank you so much thank you so one of the coolest cats we know hand Ellie it back with me in New York City this headline really grab me the twenty million dollar Porsche that may not be a poor say what well it depends on who you ask now this is that the type sixty four a car from nineteen thirty nine made by Ferdinand Porsche himself now so the bees a selling it next month that they're big pebble beach auction at Sotheby's is calling it the Porsche type sixty four because it was indeed made by Ferdinand Porsche however for should company wasn't started until ten years after this car was made this car was also made with mostly VW parts or parts that Mister Porsche built himself and it's been augmented with parts from fiat and a bunch of other obscure German parts makers so is it a Porsche or isn't it really depends on who you ask and that's kind of the controversy right and the heritage of this car to say the least it's complicated even beyond that the timing nineteen thirty nine we're talking about the **** party in Germany Porsche himself was ultimately serve time in jail for war crimes use this as he added more than associate it with the **** but even the car as you mention is there a couple together with all these reports not in a way that we're used to seeing it right so cars fast that's again part of the controversy this car was known for over forty years by the same man auto Massey who had it until he died in ninety five auto race the car and it got crashed as it happens in racing the car's been painted a bunch of colors turquoise silver black on the engines been switched out multiple times the brakes the transmission it's been a lot of things some of the original parts are still with the car however they're not in the car so again this is a lie it's it's really getting to the night of what is original this cars never been restored so a lot of people say look this is the car in pristine condition because it has never been restored this is truly how it is what you see is what you get but other people say well it's hardly has any of the original parts that were put in by Mr portion self in nineteen thirty nine again it's really controversial and so as you say different people feel very strongly about this and in the middle of it essentially saying nothing is the modern Porsche company itself is Porsche and that's another very interesting aspect the Porsche museum during the nineteen fifties and sixties tried to buy this car many times are over forty letters between auto Matthew the owner and the Porsche family trying to buy this car back as part of the Porsche heritage the Porsche museum is a great space and stood guard Germany has many members of the Porsche family there you would think they would want this if they recognize it as part of lineage the DNA of the company of course you can see this car looks very much like the three fifty six Porsche the museum has not responded to requests for comment has not released any official comments on this car they're very very quiet about it yeah it's interesting to as you point out Porsche himself Mr portions of referred to this car the type sixty four as in English the ancestors so yeah that seems to tell you at least something about certainly and there's no denying that if you look at this car you can see the influence of the three fifty six and even the nine eleven the cars that came after it it's certainly is in part of the ether of what became Porsche right so exactly yeah well it's a wonderful story so moving on it just more evidence that you are such a cool check if I may say that you were right in this week's the wind now I believe about a really cool guitar Cindy guitarist tells the beautiful that talk about a beautiful piece of machinery wow I love it and it's so rare to find instruments that are being handmade still these are built by Cindy of Cindy guitars in the shop carmine street cars in New York City and the cool thing about these cars are guitars are hand made but they're using wood reclaimed from historic buildings around New York buildings from the Bowery old churches old saloons and they're made you know over months of time by hand to be really customize and so so much of what they do when they're customize is they try and capture the personality of the player right tell us how you do that well there's a lot of talking going on a lot of back and forth consultations you know what is special to that artist maybe it would be a little high on the back of the back of the guitar that is like any you know to ward off bad spirits or pinstriping flames you name it right Keith Richards he plays one of these yes he does all right so what's is gonna run yeah the one we feature in this section is about four thousand dollars wow and so if you're looking for this type of guitar what else might you go because he you guys always talk about the competition sure there's Tom Anderson guitars and he's really the icon of the era he's in California he's been doing it since the seventies wow it's a really really cool looking guitar cars guitars you're good for everything an alley it thanks so much thank you and that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week from Bloomberg radio things for joining us I'm Taylor breaks in for Carol master and.
"cindy guitar" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This car you can see the influence of the three fifty six and even the nine eleven the cars that came after it it's certainly is in part of the ether of what became course right so exactly yeah well it's a wonderful story so moving on it just more evidence that you are such a cool check if I may say that you were right in this week's the one I believe about a really cool guitar Cindy guitarist tells the beautiful that talk about a beautiful piece of machinery wow I love it and it's so rare to find instruments that are being handmade still these are built by Cindy Cindy guitars in the shop carmine street guitars in New York City and the cool thing about these cars are guitars are hand made but they're using wood reclaimed from historic buildings around New York buildings from the Bowery old churches old saloons and they're made you know over months of time by hand to be really customize and so so much of what they do when they're customize is they try and capture the personality of the player right tell us how you do that well there's a lot of talking going on a lot of back and forth consultations you know what is special to that artists maybe it would be a little high on the back of the back of the guitar that is like any you know to ward off bad spirits or pinstriping flames you name it right Keith Richards he plays one of these yes he does all right so what's is gonna run yeah the one we feature in this section is about four thousand dollars wow and so if you're looking for this type of guitar what else might you go because he you guys always talk about the competition sure there's Tom Anderson guitars and he's really the icon of the era he's in California he's been doing it since the seventies wow it's a really really cool looking guitar cars guitars you're good for everything thanks so much thank you and that wraps up the weekend edition of Bloomberg business week from Bloomberg radio things for joining us I'm Taylor breaks in for Carol master and.
"cindy guitar" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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