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"jungle club" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"jungle club" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Club a story in that. Yeah actually i remember like religiously got to see you. I will in in islam and is very early. And andy was a very close friend of ours thain and he was very young and he i i would take him to someone early raves. I coming come with a sandy before he was. You know the gin that we know and and row playful who's ways hanging out with us and so it was like it was. Missile from suburban base. Ran moving shadow. Loners of light will with that camaraderie. Now rivalry will hang out. But i remember. We used to love about raven i will do we. Would you know be on the dance floor sweaty mess. Join your set and you would always come down off towards it was as in crisis. None of this superstar deejay. Nah you would always come down and right. Would you be me and grow. And you'd come in and you to wait the ravens correctly after in atlanta procedure standard procedure. You know because remember is the before. I was a dj. You could see al-also yet. So once i finished muffing on the decks is Randall come on all mikhael diver. Noel to s shaikh through offing raw. Already psoriatic. naff just right with the crowd. You not mean stayed until the end that was you know. I've always been a right. Bob about right now back then. Yeah you do cama right. I have for a long time setting up now before the even with even. Yeah even then. I've listened. I'll stop doing all kinds of drug. Anything right yeah. Stop doing years ago. We're all very wise. Yes exactly you know what i mean. I call myself a rival observer. I still go. i'll go there and like yeah okay. Stand up if us on club visit. I'm looking just going to here. I'm going to stand up to the dining data while the look back in the day on a young as the good size my greedy really good signs of saw much creativity during that time. You know when you think about the people that were in the crowd and and being inspired you'll dj sets and ice. I am brand or gachet. Everyone was this guy. And i'm jumping in the studio as three key labels that i just mentioned you know the banging stuff the become not who tracks the defined grandpa at the scene you know. And then the creativity come from from your side of the thanks that the jays yes sought been been a mainstay of backbone of the scene. You know it's like incredible times what we create what we're able to build and labels ebola was for me a few my life besides above them by s- ram we've been shadow reinforced. Lofthouse taylor. They were they were the main cause i v. Come late didn't it. Yeah yeah. I really run always soaks about so of reinforced moving shadow suburban by we ask great fondness that i was know. We always of li- Up that game depending on you know what the next release was one of them. But exactly what's love just love. Just not maybe shout at you. Boom of pla- loom ramic will at another bang on. It was. yeah it was. It was brilliant. Yeah and And you stay that is. Would you agree is the foundations for so much of urban. Uk music now. You know when you when you is it is foundation is the foundation that music your hair. Now what drew up. The i mean the some joe. Stop a lot. The guys following the american hypoxia. Not i mean yeah up when you're talking about carriage upset. Yeah grind on. Google jomo based grime stuff. Yeah yeah so come from member. We were sitting on atari computers designed in this couple of seconds of silence. You know exactly you run at run at whatever up you know but yeah way the backbone for the whole thing over it. Yeah absolutely you saw at a label. I don't know that was. Maybe can when mixing plane is this. Where does the the phrase mix them come from mixing brain candy cane. It was the that coin that because melissa mc moose it was moving okay. Yeah that makes me mix plan and ken expressed. Yes money things ways. Emc hip as classic absolutely classic and other clubs will are important to you as you know. We I mean i. I was like a breeding ground for the big You at the edge. In coventry it clicks a obviously a story are crazy was big bottom our buddy days as well. Yep now then you add Roasted term mills. Yep you know that that was when jungles. Just thank you for coming coming out of the office. Call guidance the jungle. That's it yeah. Yeah yeah. I always will roast. His you know the definitive jungle club. that was. Yeah yeah yeah. Roses way for me. I would say roast for me is where jungle lady took with equal Yeah because it was closed as it was caused as black music and produces will why i was my canoes. You know that was. That was certainly of influence on. You know if you if you consider where it comes from people trying to trace it back to house music and a skull as much Lineage to sound system culture really in know and yes. It's a regular year. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I was a lot the whole rave scene so much to house and techno and actually it has kind of evolved this the badge becoming more urban sound more was like lots of influence and and that those roots trace back to like sound system culture and that kind of influenced by everything. I think i think the music just like house music. There's no rules in house. Music is no rules in bastogne. Will you know like this could be influenced by anything. I mean might paul. It was the big red advice lines. you know. i mean the clear. The music was influenced by everything. Gowdy time when he done his first album. Hollywood different influences into it. it was experimentally. There's no rules yeah. Experiment was allowed to. Just you know not now for saying. This is why i sound light. We been making it. Sounds harry exactly shaping. Exactly yeah.

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"jungle club" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:54 min | 7 months ago

"jungle club" Discussed on Pantheon

"Story in that. Yeah actually i remember like religiously got to see you. I will in in islam and is very early and he was a very close friend of ours thain and he was very young and he i i would take him to someone early raves. I come with a sandy before he was. You know the gin that we know and and row playful who's ways hanging out with us and so it was like it was. Missile from suburban base ran moving shadow label owners of light that camaraderie. Now rivalry will hang out. But i remember. We used to love about raven i will do we. Would you know. Be on the dance floor sweaty mess. Join your set and you would always come down off towards it was as in crisis. None of this superstar deejay. Nah you would always come down and right. Would you be me and grow. And you'd come in and you to wait the ravens correctly after in atlanta procedure standard procedure. You know because remember is the hours before. I was a dj. You could see al-also yet. So once i finished muffing on the decks is it Randall come on all mikhael diver noel to s shaikh through offing raw. Already psoriatic. Naff just right with the crowd. You not i mean stayed until the in you know mean that was you know. I've always been a right bob. I mean about right now back. Then yeah you do cama right. I have for a long time setting up now before the law. Banning with even. Yeah even then i've listened. I'll stop doing all kinds of drug. Anything right yeah. Stop doing years ago. We're all very wise. Yes exactly you know what i mean. I call myself a rival observer. I still go. i'll go there and like yeah okay. Stand up if us club visit. I'm looking just to. I'm going to stand up and took the dining data while the back in on a young as the good size. My greedy really good signs of saw much creativity during that time. You know when you think about the people that were in the crowd and and being inspired you'll dj sets ice. I am brand or gachet. Everyone was this guy. And i'm jumping in the studio. As yes three key labels that i just mentioned you know the banging stuff the become not who tracks the defined grandpa at the scene you know. And then the creativity come from from your side of the thanks that the jays yes sought been been a mainstay of backbone of the scene. You know it's like incredible times what we create what we're able to build and labels ebola was for me a few my life besides above them by s- ram in shadow reinforced. Lofthouse taylor. They were they were the main cause i v. Come late didn't it. Yeah yeah. I really run always soaks about so of reinforced moving shadow suburban by we ask great fondness that i was guys. Know we always of li- Up that game depending on you know what the next release was one of them. But exactly what's love just love. Just not maybe shout at you. Boom of pla- loom ramic will at another bang on. It was. yeah it was. It was brilliant. Yeah and And you stay that is. Would you agree is the foundations for so much of urban. Uk music now. You know when you when you is it is foundation is the foundation that music your hair. Now what drew up. The i mean the some joe. Stop a lot. The guys following the american hypoxia. Not i mean yeah up when you're talking about carriage upset. Yeah grind on. Google jomo based grime stuff. Yeah yeah so come from member. We were sitting on atari computers designed in this couple of seconds silence. You know exactly you run at run at whatever up you know but yeah way the backbone for the whole thing over it. Yeah absolutely you saw at a label. I don't know was maybe can when mixing plane is this. Where does the the phrase mix them come from mixing brain candy cane. It was the that coin that because melissa. mc moose it was moving. Okay yeah that makes me mix them blend and kennington expressed yes money. Things always emc hip as classic absolutely classic and other clubs will are important to you as you know we I mean i. I was like a breeding ground for the big You at the edge. In coventry it clicks a obviously a story are crazy was big of my buddy days as well. Yep now then you add Roasted term mills. Yep you know that that was when jungles. Just thank you for coming coming out of the office. Call guidance the jungle. That's it yeah. Yeah yeah. I always will roast. His you know the definitive jungle club. that was. Yeah yeah yeah. Roses way for me i would say roast for me is where jungle lady took would be qu- yeah because it was closed as it was caused as black music and produces will why i was my canoes. That was was the certainty of influence on. You know if you if you consider where it comes from people trying to trace it back to house music and a skull as much Lineage to sound system culture. Really in a and yes. It's a regular year. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I was a lot the whole rave scene so much to house and techno and actually it has kind of evolved this the badge becoming more urban sound a more urban scene there was like lots of influence and and that those roots trace back to like sound system culture and that kind of influenced by everything. I think i think the music just like house music. There's no rules in house. Music is no rules in bastogne. Will you know like this could be influenced by anything. I mean might pop. It was the big rig advice lines. You know i mean the about page. It's the music was influenced by everything gowdy Time when he dundee's first album. Hollywood different influences into it. It was experimentally. There's no rules yeah. Experiment was allowed to. Just you know not now. This is what the sound light. We've been making it. Sounds harry exactly shaping. Exactly yeah.

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"jungle club" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"jungle club" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And today that's not a longer the case last week I would have told you nothing had changed she said this week it has all gone to hell a Mister canisters restaurants CAF preparing become a drive through operations serving burgers Mr hunter's bleeding cash issue refunds deposits for scores of cancelled reservations I hope my my California trip but to pebble beach doesn't get cancelled but this is the new Jerusalem in you know week eight of coronavirus effectively arguably with according to the CDC eight more weeks to go that's their directive or at least advisory for the next eight weeks no gatherings of fifty or more people in that led to of course the a run on bar and restaurant closures announced in major cities across America on Sunday for more on the topic as we come into Monday with the circuit breaker tripped on Wall Street for the third time in a week we're pleased to be joined by Scott for ladies got calculated fox business regular Scott thanks for joining us for here that are going to be here so well over the weekend financing that it was cutting rates to just about zero that the didn't seem to do much to home the market this morning that it well I it was a surprise announcement I mean look I'm always I guess you you like to see that but want to help but I mean I think the timing is terrible and that what they said the message of the market was there's something here it actually means to be worried about I think that they just rates being as low they are oil trading as low as it is it is that you know some of you were not born a credit I'm finally comes in behind that and takes rates to basically zero one everybody in America would have set a few months ago there's no chance we will ever go negative or now knocking on the door that really kind of give some people some some worry about there's only two things that means we're number one is that we're overreacting or number two they know something we don't I tend to err on the side of the government doesn't know anything we don't make you know they could scrub Walker funeral so I think you're over reacting to you know this is where we're this world ramp in prison trump on Saturday sent a briefing basically talked about you know now the fed needs to do what it's supposed to do which of course is that from his perspective is cut rates again and then they did but put it wouldn't have been more judicious to hold off and wait for things to improve and then send the signal from the position of increasing confidence rather than what seems to be increasing desperation exactly right I'm and I said in my writings this morning that you know who what what's wrong with waiting for these cases to subside at least the the amount of new cases on a daily basis starting to come down and then come in with some some monetary support that what I thought you did say eighty percent of you know of the bang for your Buck I think I'm surprised they're set whatever Sunday at ten cents for bank either but it just got me standing in front of a circle you know psychological freight train and the dollars are gonna make a difference and again into you give people the psychological confidence that they can come out of their houses again without being sick and going to a hospital bass when the money really can be put forward for good work until then you're just gonna you can stack up all the money you want on the front porch are gonna come up to get up well in on the fiscal side the the effort to obstruct cobble together in a package that moved along on Friday with weaving insurance co pays for diagnostic testing and treatments and extending jobless benefits and in other components of essentially backstopping some of the economic damage for individual Americans and American family you know that's that's factored into and that's not to inspiring anymore confidence and the rate cut it was seen well I think that's where we got our nine percent move higher on Friday really was from the public partner public private partnership that was really on the back of a fact I think of what was happening there and I think that we giving it all back today not quite all but the most effective way is really reaction to Hey what do we know that we don't I don't think they do but that doesn't matter what I think is what the market selling in the markets really really starting to get to a point where I mean look we just took a call about crude oil prices being below thirty Bucks a barrel or something like twenty eight twenty nine Bucks a growing up I mean what's your risk well I mean you only lose twenty eight dollars I mean at some point that we get a look at the stock of medicament percentage terms but in all the lost terms and you start to give yourself a little bit of comfort because the professor for everything we keep going lower gets what's the keeps going lower right so we're getting that inflection point markets are really really nervous right now is because our water sounds like a logical but they're they're not trading on fundamentals and technicals in so with respect to the energy sector particularly on where the price of a barrel of oil as concerns that you could see a real run of bankruptcies with highly leveraged energy sector players and you know that could further destabilize things yeah it was something very moving about and you know I I've got a British passport if spent sixteen years living there and they've taken interesting enough missed because of your point out get their maybe I'll give you an answer they've taken up the but let it happen because you know they're they're gonna go for something called herd immunity but it's like they're not doing the things that we're doing that you said sixty thousand people show up to one of the biggest horse races of all time on Saturday or Friday afternoon the jungle club and they're they they've taken this point of view of maybe the band it comes off quicker it hurts more but it's faster if you don't try to get involved because we're all talking about bringing this curve down right the bell curve as far as law but when you're bringing it down you're really only take me under but I'm calling and what that really does is it extends your economic hardship right but the number now but now did Tony Fauci would tell you right but I'm trying to save lives and I'm trying to make sure the health care system is overwhelmed I guess it and across the pond in the UK with their national health care system it's overwhelmed as a matter of course so let's just more more being overwhelmed right yeah six it's like whatever right now much reduced but what I'll say is this is that if you're gonna get you're gonna get it and that's kind of the attitude that they're taking over the U. K. here we're trying to bring down that curve so you don't overwhelm our health care system I get that right but you're still going to get your get if those are going to get it will probably gonna get that by taking the answer that bell curve and pulling him to the side you're just gonna be lengthening the economic Malays is going to be coming from the so it's going to be take longer to get through it and they'll be longer to get started again I think the people really don't realize the others have a consequence of the hysteria are going to be job losses business losses and bankruptcies I mean the bottom line yeah and so thinking about that and and when I mentioned about the CDC advisory eight weeks no more than fifty people gathering that's what they'd like to see and obviously you know everything that shut down all the way to two jury trials in various sections around the country I mean getting well underneath fifty but but you know how all the people in the courtroom and stuff I mean I understand the argument but it's just getting a boy it's just that it's really remarkable to see and see how quickly it's happened so thinking about that timeline now that we're talking about you know maybe June before things start to return to anything resembling normal city you know if you try to project out what the world would look like in June if we have another eight weeks of this what does that look like I yes I think that we have a massive job losses they can't continue to support everything these NBA players can't pay for everybody that's serving popcorn I mean there are going to be there's going to be a massive unintended consequence of everybody trying to take precautions now I know how many suicides that mean I mean the financial damage the physical damage from the school R. O. great you know grow are a way to beat the viral damage and I think that I I know what I felt when I talk to it makes it sound like I'm being a little bit calloused are the people that I know it's horrible I I wish the food was going to I wish cancer was gone too the one thing in common sense Eckley there is going to be a price to pay a big price to pay here for no adults in the room because you know from what I read an account my job is to take your emotions out of it right and left on there for thirty two years SO you stay around we just read the numbers and you make an educated guess and if I read the numbers that I'm getting from the government about Hey the things you need to do your monthly cost wash your hands all the things you need to do to stay away from getting the flu or what they're telling us to do for this virus and yet they're cancelling everything like you just said I'm on top of it they're they're not even making sense of the cancellations right you can't go to a restaurant but you can get out of a commuter train and get on a plane you can't eat with other people in a gathering but you can still eat at McDonald's on the express going home I mean it just doesn't make sense and I think that also doesn't give people a lot of comfort so we're just gonna have to get through but everybody needs to keep their their minds you know in this business we have a great saying sometimes your own imagination is your own worst enemy that's a large part what happens when we come back because that's a lady I wanted to get your opinion weigh in on this running debate you know we like historical comparisons because it helps us to sort of make sense of what we don't know when the president so this argument that yeah you know is this something akin to nine eleven in terms of the economic damage or is it more like a two thousand eight financial crisis the legal way and then C. ng sharpen your pencil is in session with professor Dan proft Prof investments have been absolutely hammered over the past week so I'm going.

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"jungle club" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"jungle club" Discussed on Bigmouth

"The youngest interviewee in the book and was a perfect choice to finish it all on. Because it's all about general generational transmission of ideas and the way soundsystem values passed from person to person in around socializing and the Bruins despite says it gave me this kind of idea for a metaphor for the book which is the wiring behind the circuit board and like. Yeah the plugs that connect different parts of society and music and so on and Sean is a diocese. Trevor Nelson stepped. Ah saw her her. Godfather is Jessie Bay right but she she was schooled by her mom. More than that music mom was a jungle river and did the door embarrassed. Jungle Clubs and jazz clubs in the eighties nineties So so oh she radio and the first record she ever remembers hearing his bed the the the burial by Vikas which is Jumping Jack Frost and other interviewees in Burke and then it turned out that soul vocal that sampled on burial by advocacy is was recorded in her best night in her. GRIME crews uncles studio media says she represents all of these connections together. An ATTRAC- Is this just super shows how this vaguely grime. Roughly speaking the sounds of grime. I am but she's brought in all these elements of jazz funk rare groove and soundsystem coach into this like very nice beautiful in fact Strange Electronic Twenty can track. Let's listen to this Doc Right then psyche. Magic let's move on. Dj's produces record collectors. And you basic PSYCHEDELIC Shaimaa. Danny McClellan Tomko Vinnie. Have what we professional music journalist Kohl sound. That's very much thrown spacey. Expensive definite social brain stuff. You'd call it. What is even more laid back than that some ten years ago? They signed to Warner Music and spend a fortune augmenting being the flirtatious soundscape. Something piece orchestras guessing recording Kate Bush's old studio. STD's things like that but it didn't work out as they say. And I feel how this night should look as it titled has since languished in the Type Code Nari South. What does it sound like? Abdu the delay Master Hall of Music Sounds like fleetwood Michael space pills anyway from album. Here's we can be one. Tonight's what A. Aw Joe mugs. This is Kgo elements of David. axelrod air their mates the time and space machine what our psychometric all about and am I saying it right as far as I know yes I think I've run into them here and there in the DJ days in there those the sort of people that Slightly intimidate me with their ability to to be up very late at that night handling records that cost three hundred pounds and then getting them back in this. Leave intact The the from this whole gallery record collecting You know extreme rarity and beautiful clips Sean soundsystem sort of world That now you know tends to be elevated Dad's had spirit land which is no bad thing and Yes beautiful stuff. What did the record jojoy? Yes yes I mean it. It's the absolute definition of you. have to be in the mood and you know I wish these days look take enough drugs to be fully in the mood for it because it's take a couple of a winter evening. That's the thing you forget that Joe these these kinds of prominence on reedit dreams by fleetwood MAC backed by mix of big little by amateur Ankeny Dickinson. Now banned from discounts. Not Allowed to be sold on this MHM. Jonathan was was was was pretty impressive loads of mixes for people. Like Hey Madonna on the inevitable. Noel Gallagher what do rock bands won't from this kind of sound. Is it into the sprinkling hang of hypnosis relevance something to take something to listen to drugs more or less It's because it's I mean you you know it's a gala gross has done stuff with the chemical brothers and future sound of London in their Amorphous Androgynous guys and so on It's it's the modern jazz. Dec- really says that child's to be super indulgent for rock musician. Seekonk people the like star a whole new side project project but they can get their remix mates in and do the fifteen minutes Changli jazzy. Appreciate it so You know there's lots of soft rock in what they do anyway. I mean as you said you know. This is beautiful Well because Beef Okuda that they use the David Crosby olien vocal in their In the album which is absolutely stunning. It's quite runny. Hazel hosts in between and this is a lot of sort of Seaside special brought on the go. In this Sean what did you think did you like it. I found it. I mean I would say the latter the Ronnie Hazel Hirst aspect it obviously it's cooling because I'm a bit more mainstream you know is zero seven am kind of feel I'm getting from but I thought yeah I'm getting the soundscape. This is sounding nicest but of easy. Listening in there is saying but the tunes didn't think there were enough chains scenes in that and something to Hook your hat on. And maybe that's a feature too many teams distract you from but I say I wanted to hook. I wanted something that I could cling onto in its overnight but it does melt into into one even though some of it's in French the French stuff. Yeah but I just wasn't sure I'm just a couple of times it just wasn't show there's a couple of legends cleaning chill laxed enough. Yeah this is a normal winstons on it and she just goes on. Its field all the the act on the original mattress. And somebody called renaults style negus ends up on trying to put the Gods and she does the same thing but in which like the the Lloyds Bank other kind anything and this is the one thing that does data is. It's holly golightly on every record in two thousand and five sitting around for a while Bryant g like what did you can. I enjoyed it far more than I thought I would share on the fest. Listen I try them for the gold size a lovely Herbie flowers asked baseline in it which is great and I really enjoyed God's particle Who they did was sit author I kind of thought they. They've constructed they sort of huge. Aw I could delic hot air balloon. Belay Heaven untethered it from the Earth. I'm kind of looking forward to survey the next one where they've cut the ropes on their floating off into space. Well they've got a ten year headstart so let's say it's the next of the they're gonNA come I. It's kind of way they've basically abandoned song length and they've abandoned chains jeans and you know they they they're going and doing the full nine yards to go further fauve you further inman also same thing. Yeah I mean the weird thing. Is You imagine the ten year old records little bit dated and Rusty Bolt if your original inspirations things out in nineteen seventy so anyway. It's hardly going to globalise. At rollins is now absolutely. And there's another whole generation of kids in Peckham and Tottenham now you up collecting those same rare records isn't they've got them off audiogalaxy rather than of dusty shelves. Were speaking of Rowdy Hazel. Here's what they did very early on and they did a remix of the theme from sorry Shink that's more my favorite. I wanted that on the album. Muchly can we just use the hippies. Through minute. Paradise Cosmic Forest Forest did put me off. I'm a hippie phase. I mean anyone else fill it. Maybe they could have just roughened it up a little bit. I think it needed Birmingham and a little bit more Brahmin. We would have a little bit. More Brittany Royster Dyke me a little bit more glitter bait. I think he is what it is. I'm very I'm very happy with our Mediterranean hippies appease rich Rimini and IB. Yeah exactly and very like ponytails from it's a luxury hippie. Believe an evolutionary niche for this bonding every particular bond. Like this ten years ago it was lemon jelly and everybody loved that record and Canal. This is such a fitting into that little Italy disappoint more I referenced. Undercut do like the hippy. hippy sort of thunder cat newly but that goes further yet. US US than cut. Yeah he can just go into something that I think binds something more odd something out. There was this sort of in the parameter with lovely Hippie soundscape right but still there's something constraining it found. The cat. Sounds like holding out a lot as long thing. Yeah keep it all talk. Imagine we're GonNa have a little bit that sorry theme Remix. We're GONNA drop in right now. Listen Now we always ask. Our guest has to choose a tune for the show. It's turning out to be quite a wtrw edition of big mouse because Brian David Stevens. Apparently your choice is a welched up plate is it not it is tate psalm. Eight eight may or may not have come from the court by the river boys and heavenly records it depends how legally want to be about that but tate. Some that man doesn't listen to this. Show Brian that's good. That's good he should do This is Richard Burton meets King. TUBBY UPTOWN UPTOWN UPTOWN. And it's called undergo booed by the doubles doesn't it. Sadness is quite mysterious isn't it. Should we give it a listen. Brian's hitching up his boots and getting breakthroughs Welsh route..

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"jungle club" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"jungle club" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Jerry Rice admitted he used the peleton Joe Montana. We do Joe Montana said it on the phone before I came out. But when I saw Jerry Rice on radio row, he came on man. He looked like a million bucks. He looked so good. I said how you doing that, Jerry? I'm your forever known for your workout regimen. And he mentioned I use peleton. Missed peleton. Didn't have it last week. I went into the gym. But they did not have a peleton. While I'm on it peaks in studio city tweets, please let Christopher New England know that adults in Los Angeles get Dr are fine vehicles three hundred sixty five days a year. We don't need your weather updates chief. Degrees out down here. Worcester massachusetts. Yeah. But they don't have J today exchange baby. Head down a Lincoln roll down to twentieth. The casino with a pilot back to work tomorrow in gloating, gloating, gloating, German, you can gloat, you can gloat you earned it, you should gloat just as you should palate. Just as you should break out the extra eight I lay it if it's fifty one degrees in Worcester. And you've got an x j eight in the garage, you get that bad boy out and you hit that casino in Rhode Island, and you pot you pal. Ed. Christopher. I got news for you, bro. You cut the line. Now, you cut the line of this jungle club. You don't have to wait in line manager time you call every time you call you go right to the front of the line. And I don't want any of you idiots pretending to be him in San a Rome. It's Christopher I wanna I wanna Palais my park bench highlight. I know this guy we have technology. I know who's calling from where you can't fool me like that. I've got Sam Amy coming up. So me knockout the ATP right now. Ask the pros brought to you by Reilly auto parts, think O'Reilly auto parts of your car care needs. Get guaranteed low prices. Excellent customer service at O'Reilly auto parts, better parts, better prices every single day. Romey rome. I noticed all last week. You were asking many stars. What restaurant they'd recommend in the Athens of the south? What was your favorite place to eat while you were in the city too busy to hate? Thanks cue ball. That's easy. That is really easy. What was my favorite place to eat my freaking hotel room because I didn't leave it. Once man, you want sad, you want pathetic. You want embarrassing with all the eats in. That town must say something I got there. I was there Sunday to Sunday. I was there a week. Do you know how many meals I had outside that hotel room? None zero not one I did not eat. I had room service every freaking meal. Every meal. And that's not a good thing. I'm not boasting about that. I did it because. Okay. First of all, I got myself down to two meals a day. I was able to do that. Because of the time change I woke up I had breakfast. And because this show started at noon, I don't eat. Why work so I never had lunch. So I have my breakfast have pushed back a little bit later. Normally I have breakfast at seven thirty. I start at breakfast eightyish, maybe closer to nine in that come back to the room after the show workout, and they have an early dinner and then just hold on to the next morning. So limited meal, I two meals a day, but they were both room service because I was trying to heal up. I didn't go out at all. No, cocktail ING, no dinners out. No parties literally for an entire week. All I ate was room service enor- fence, it wasn't that good. I don't want to give up. I don't want to get the hotel because the service was also not good come to think of it. The hospitality was amazing though. I will tell you this in the AL of all the Super Bowl is I've been to they were the most hospitable locals ever ever..

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"jungle club" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"jungle club" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The building off ya whoa cohen buffalo nice job nicole well done when i tell you when i tell you did not say the least have better takes they make better calls she lays out i love that take because by the way that's not really my take of our peterman but now that i hear her laid out like that i might change by take that was a very well reason take a good buffalo bills take and she ward the mafia and then i thought i know but i thought she probably come in at the end of phone calls say look i'm gonna say this whole thing about liz blake's awesome blake so handsome it's now what she said she was liz is right he's fat he's just fat fat that makes three don't tell me it's not making the show better don't tell me the lady clones were not making this show better the best contributions and submissions on today's program have come for the women both on email which yana and from those to you actually three on the phones you wanna make it for any lady clones want to skip the line generally do any way right ladies get him for free all the news waiting in the line around the block never get nen ladies get in for free same thing here in the jungle club ladies get in for free lady skip the line until it doesn't work it's going to work which is kind of nothing thing about sarah taylor which is more my thing by case cain them you know take him out in butter where that's official mike zimmer made the announcement came is going to get the start over tell you bridgewater you don't change it until there's a reason to change it paul keenan kinam until it gives you a reasonable him and i'm not going to pull the show from the lady clones skipping the line and.

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"jungle club" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"jungle club" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Some bombs to call them bunch of men make it real exciting to watch um one landing before i go sure i just wanted to say that i do think liz spoke for us all and blake shelton is not the sexiest man alive and he is fat so so is that were lady clone toward the bills mafia blow nice job nicole well done where they tell you when i tell you dna civil ladies have better takes they make better calls she lays out i love that take because by the way that's not really my take about peterman but now that i hear her laid out like that i might change my take that was a very well reason take a good buffalo bills take and she wore the mafia and then i thought i didn't know brad thoughts she probably come in at the end of the phone call and say look i gotta say this whole thing about liz blake's awesome blake so handsome it's now what she said she goes liz is right he's fat he's just fat gene that makes three don't tell me it's on making the show better don't tell me the lady clones are not making this show better the best contributions and submissions on today's program have come for the women both on email which china and from those to actually three on the phones you wanna make it for any lady clones want to skip donald generally do any way right ladies get him for free all the desert waiting in the line around the block never get nen ladies get in for free same thing here in the jungle club ladies get in for free lady skip the line until it doesn't work it's going to work which is kind of nothing about sarah taylor which is more my thing by case kanombe you don't take him out in butterworth that's official mike zimmer made the announcement kinam is gonna get the start over teddy bridge water you don't change it until there's a reason to change it you don't paul kim kinam into abdel reasonable him and i'm not going to pull the show from the lady clones skipping the line and.

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