17 Burst results for "loudon wainwright"

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Saw you actually a at. Okay. This is gushing fan boy stuff. I'm sorry. But so you at the Union Chapel probably about ten twelve years ago and you did that Acapella. earth and sky on the song call between. Between that's right and you climbed into the pulpit. Climbed up into the pope and I don't know if you remember that they had this giant pope it on stage. Yeah that you have to like us one story high above the stage and you sang this song acapella which ends with a very high note it was it was impressive. What can I say Bob? Dylan couldn't have done that. That makes me so happy but Bob Dylan, good done. Well I don't know the exact reasons why Dylan's voice sounds the way. It does now put a few people said that that's what cigarettes and alcohol will do I. Guess. That's it. But what interests me is listening to your songs like saying, you know you listen to some of the same songs on your recovery album know some of those early early songs they sound they. They see your voice better now I think Yeah that was fun record to make. That's a record that I did with Joe Henry where we took some of the first psalms. Yeah. My I don't like my voice on my first couple of records. It's very high and king and. Again, I think I was terrified at that point in my career but It was fun to make recovery and sing lows very old saw then all songs with a great band Mubarak with Joe Henry did some couldn't cry change post Johnny Cash's version for you and your head a toll on or not I don't know I. Sure. Love Johnny Cash's version of the man that couldn't cry. Talk about getting the humor I mean he it's on that I first rick? Rubin Record Johnny Cash did and it's alive track and he and he gets the audience laughing. Going back to two. Dylan on the I don't know how much you. You know about his current hoover indeed the you've said you you did a big dropout but with one of his songs ever that you thought that's actually not very good song..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"With this funny stuff I I like the line the. I drive fast cars in eat sast food. I think that's that says it all in? Yeah. Yeah. No there's. There's a lot of really funny I mean I think the early on I think gum I just like the phrase Geez I can't find my knees. Yeah. Grill here. Go my beer down to my knees. So strange look like walking mountain range or whatever that line yeah. Yeah they're designing if you've ever tried if you tried to write in a way like Dylan in that sort of more oblique style. No I haven't I mean I. Against, some of the writing of so much of the writing is so beautiful and and then some of it kind of veers into Doggerel I. Think this is a very funny Do you guys you I'm sure you do you must Christopher guest is the Ellia? Yeah. The filmmaker and he's an old friend of mine I've known him for over forty years. Years ago, the show called the National Lampoon lemmings show. This is before Saturday night live and Chevy. Chase was ended John Belushi and a wonderful actress called Alice Platon and they all did a kind of skits or sketches. It was alive show of a lot of it was music and Chris. Did an amazing impression of. James Taylor but his dylan is absolutely amazing and he I can't. Really. Do My impression of Chris Guests Doing Bob Dylan on the Internet you gotta find this think it might be on a record call radio hour of the national, Lampoon Radio.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"With this funny stuff I I like the line the. I drive fast cars in eat sast food. I think that's that says it all in? Yeah. Yeah. No, there's. There's a lot of really funny I. Mean I think the early on I think gum I just like the phrase Geez I can't find my knees. Yeah. Green here go my beer down to my knees. So strange look like walking mountain range or whatever that line. Yeah. Yeah they're designing if you've ever tried if you've tried to write in a way like Dylan in that sort of more oblique style. No I haven't I mean I. Against some of the writing of so much of the writing is so beautiful and and then some of it kind of veers into Doggerel I. Think this is a very funny You guys you I'm sure you do. You Must Christopher guest is the Elia Yeah. The filmmaker and he's an old friend of mine I've known him for over forty years. Years ago. There was a show called the National Lampoon lemmings show. This is before Saturday night live and Chevy. Chase was ended and John Belushi and a wonderful actress called platen and they all did a kind of skits or sketches. It was alive show of a lot of it was music and Chris. Did. An amazing impression of. James Taylor but his dylan is absolutely amazing and he. I can't. Really. Do My impression of Chris Guests Doing Bob Dylan on the Internet you gotta find this think it might be on a record call radio hour of the National Lampoon Radio.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Mean he loves them I think even says something like they call him back for a third encore and he says something like I love you guys so non Bob Dylan? When they host the introduction. So you know it means yours that's the year. Yeah. That's the admit he despite that I mean you can feel the love from the audience. It made it really clear to me there when I saw the sixty five concert. It was like he spit in their face. Yeah. But anyway so you you saw him you you loved him. Did he inspire you to get moving on the songwriting front or they're? Not yet I mean I I was so nine, hundred, sixty, five, I'm five years younger than Dylan. So in nineteen, sixty five. I was probably just graduating from boarding school. I had just graduated from boarding school. That's when I was about to go to college. Start to study acting wanted to be an actor. So and I I never I played the guitar I know and I sang you know. Some folk songs and a couple of Dylan's songs. But I never thought of myself as a songwriter my fa- I mentioned my father was a journalist the idea of being a writer just. Terrified me. So I didn't think I'd be a songwriter and I. I didn't write my first until nineteen, sixty eight actually. After I dropped out of college and been a Hippie for awhile and San Francisco And then on Guitar A- borrowed guitar from a friend I saw this I'd sold my guitar for Yoga. Lists. And then in nineteen, sixty, eight or something I was staying in Cambridge Massachusetts in there was a guy who added guitar. Remember how to play. CFC seven and I wrote my first song. So that was the first time. I actually wrote a song and you I know you first album was very well reviewed but then I've been reading also your times. macrobiotic. Yoga Freak. That you you sort of were ambivalent about the success of year. Yeah I. Album he's. made the first album recorded the first album in nineteen, sixty, nine, it was it's all voice and Guitar was for Atlantic records and it did get very good. Reviews and And the like and that was a lot of attention. I mean John Peel at radio. One, you know played the hell out of it boy that helped. And I kind of hit I I I was ambivalent about. Performing I was I think I was scared basically of. Of stepping up and going out there. And I did hide out for a while in a in a macrobiotic study house in.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"Think even says something like they call him back for a third encore and he says something like I. Love You guys so non Bob Dylan. When they host the introduction. So you know it means yours that's the year. Yeah. That's the admit he despite that I mean you can feel the love from the audience. It made it really clear to me there when I saw the sixty five concert. It was like he spit in their face. Yeah. But anyway so you you saw him you you loved him. Did he inspire you to get moving on the songwriting front or they're? Not yet I mean I I was so nine, hundred, sixty, five I'm five years younger than Dylan so in nineteen, sixty, five. I was probably just graduating from boarding school. I had just graduated from boarding school. That's when I was about to go to college. Start to study acting wanted to be an actor. So and I I never I played the guitar I know and I sang you know. Some folk songs and a couple of Dylan's songs, but I never thought of myself as a songwriter. I mentioned my father was a journalist, the idea of being a writer just. Terrified me. So I didn't think I'd be a songwriter and I. I didn't write my first until nineteen, sixty eight actually. After I dropped out of college and been a Hippie for awhile in San Francisco. And then on Guitar A- borrowed guitar from a friend. I saw this. I'd sold my guitar for Yoga Lists. And then in nineteen, sixty, eight or something I was staying in Cambridge. Massachusetts in there was a guy there who added guitar I remembered how to play. CFC seven and I wrote my first song. So that was the first time I actually wrote a song and you I know you first album was very well reviewed but then I've been reading also your times. macrobiotic. Yoga Freak. That you you sort of were ambivalent about the success of year. Yeah I album he's. made the first album recorded the first album in nineteen, sixty, nine, it was. It's all voice guitar was for Atlantic records and it did get very good. Reviews and And the like and that was a lot of attention. I mean John Peel at Radio One played the hell out of it boy that helped. And I kind of hit I I I was ambivalent about. Performing I was I think I was scared basically of. Of stepping up and going out there. And I did hide out for a while in a in a macrobiotic study house in.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"As as a new Bob Dylan as it turns out, it was probably a good thing because it helped me record deal but then it got to be a pain in the ASS. Well, I'm sure because you were really a nothing like Bob Dylan like not at all except the fact you had a guitar neither with John Bryan and neither Bruce springsteen no exactly or Steve Forward whose will vote wrote this on talking new Bob Dylan, the sort of talk and blues. Where you referred to you yourself and Springsteen, and pride and forward. Dylan's kid brothers Yeah I. think that's an accurate description I think all of us and so many others were. So influenced by the phenomena of Bob Dylan that We were happy to be his kid brother's but musically Certainly, my songwriting is I think very different than his songwriting the word that springs to mind when I think about his writing is he so cryptic your mysterious and you're never quite sure where you are maybe it's because my dad was a journalist or. I don't know why. But I might my writing my songs anyway are very clear and There's nothing particularly hidden or mysterious about them. You know they kind of have a beginning middle and an end. they're kind of. More conventional than his. So that's the first big difference that I think of when I think of when I compare myself to Bob Dylan I would think also the. Emotionally your songs are very directed in the same way when you when you're dealing with the with the serious stuff which you often do with humor, but that's pretty. Not on the nose by any means but I mean I mean I know that I've seen you in concert and laughed my head off and also wept neither. One of those things happens Bob Dylan concert. You know, I love a good Bob Dylan concert but you you spend all your time thinking and figuring in. Trying to understand what's going on. which is has got its own certainly got its own charms. I mean, did you see him early in the day I I saw him perform live at the Newport folk festival which. For those of your listeners that don't know I mean in its day it's still exists actually a although it's nothing like it. What it was it was it was founded by. This man called George Wean who also started the Newport jazz festival. And it was in the early sixties. It was the happening young person's music, festival. Folk Music for few years anyway was kind of. A booming. Thanks to. Pete, Seeger, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan probably. So I went up to I hitchhiked up to Newport from Westchester New York where I was living with my folks and..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So now folks have had an emmy winner grammy winner in a tony winner on the show an oscar look out because i'm going to get you in here at some point too so not only is he a legendary musician but he's an actor too so it's kind of a double whammy he was in mash he was in very famously is in quite a few judd appetito movies and projects and is a good actor turns out that's what he wanted to do early on and talked to him about acting a talk to him about his youth and for goodness sakes going to san francisco california nine nineteen sixty eight and the summer of nineteen sixty eight to actually sit down and talk to someone who did that in the summer of love was pretty fun for me but it turns out loud very nice guy very insightful very engaging i had a really good time talking with loudon about everything music life and art and his movie pick tokyo story from nineteen fiftythree drama to black and white beautiful movie known as one of the greatest movies ever made but for american audiences especially if you're my adri younger can be a little tough it's a bit of a challenge but it it has great rewards when he said down and really get into this movie so i'm thankful that he turned me onto it and forced me to watch it and i encourage you to watch it for sure also side this was recorded backstage at the city winery here in atlanta where mr wainwright performed and so this is another one where the sound quality is a little cavernous and apologies for that i now have a better system for recording remotely so hopefully those will change and be a little bit better in the near future this is the last one you're going to have to indulge like that but thanks for being with us and here we go with loudon wainwright the third on tokyo story.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Afternoon everyone welcome movie crush but mix it up a little this is charles w bryan i'm in the home office and in the studio with guest producer ramsey i ramsey he was surprised by that shout and this week i had another musician started rolling now i had the great the perhaps even legendary loudon wainwright the third if you're familiar stuff you should know and our long history you know that we made a tv show for science channel weirdly about oh i don't know six or eight years ago and lucy wainwright roach was on the show playing jerry lucienne i got to be good buddies she is the daughter one of the daughters of mr loudon wainwright the third along with her brother or half brother rufus wainwright and half sister martha and her mother says he wrote there there she's a singer from the roaches and they it's just a big musical family and it's really kind of light full they go on tour together sometimes still they play shows together i talked allowed in a bit about the very strange alaska train tour that they did as a family with with fans on the train with them following them around alaska very unique approach to a tour but he was playing right next door here at the city winery lucy was kind enough to put me in touch and loudon said sure why not so this is a great one because not only is is allowed in a legendary folk musician grammy winner.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Awesome in his movie blind spotting that he made with his partner in crime rafael casale is coming out this summer so we're gonna sit on that one and try and time it with their movie released because an e these little pr opportunities come along and that always helps had a grammy winner that'll becoming soon loudon wainwright the third went and interviewed him and his green room before his performance so now all need is an oscar winner everybody is not the got the you'll have the got is that what it's called with have to win the oscar ami no them ame grammy grammy oscar tony that's the i think whoopie has won what he's got the guy oh we're doing yeah and the guy from who wrote frozen and avenue q lopez one of the lopez has as the got why do i think that rita moreno has the got i don't know maybe she does all right we'll look that up at it in a whoopie did good for her so the guest rolling in things are going great trying to you know it's going to vary a little bit it here and there decided i can't be so rigid with the format when these pr ops come through for instance the broken lizard episode that you just heard had all the guys in here which was so much fun but you know sometimes i gotta mix it up like sometimes i forget forgot to ask to be digs and raphael there five questions at the end sometimes people come in and they don't even know what they're doing right they're like absolute into the room and you kinda gotta give him the rundown in the so i'm trying to just roll with it and individual pursued we end up talking more about the movie they made than their movie picks per se but i'm just trying to roll that everybody so i'm hanging there i totally forgot loudon wainwright to do the bird section but i did ask him the five questions so i'm doing the best i can read a marino totally got winter by the way all right realtime looking it up with no mel brooks also has it audrey hepburn really helen hayes.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Wheat so what's going on loudon wayne wainwright's coming up but wait this is kinda cool folks because we're sponsored today by the podcast how did this get made in for a very specific reason but i'll get to that in a second but let me just say this about how did this get made first of all i love everyone on it the host of all been on the show you've got paul sheer who did a great wtf episode back in the day jason man's suitcase who's just on earlier this year and june diane rayfield do i actually interviewed in character she was doing a bit with matt walsh that we never told anyone was a bit anyway they are all great and how did this get made is the three them just sitting around making fun of but also celebrating some of the world's craziest movies they're always joined by a special guest most of whom are people you've heard here on wtf and i'll tell you a little secret about how did this get made it's my producer brendan's favorite podcast yes he may poorest heart and soul into this show but how did this get made his his private happy place so that being said why is how did this get made sponsoring today's show well it has something to do with our guest last thursday james franco how did this get may just released a disaster artis special episode of course the disaster artist is a bow making one of the most how did this get made movies of all time the room paul jason in june are all in the disaster artist and in this special episode you'll hear from the cast including franco and south rogin and even tommy weasel so the guy who started it all go ahead and subscribe to how did this get made in apple podcast stitcher or your favorite podcast app enjoy so loudon wainwright is a very prolific folk singer and his memoir liner notes came out in the fallen is available wherever you get book so this is me and loudon chatting.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

"My guest loudon wainwright seems to have been an imperfect partner husband and father but he's written remarkable songs about family and how he hurt and he'll each other only to do it all over again now in his new memoir liner notes he writes in more detail about his life as a husband father son philanderer and musician his first wife cape macgarrigle was a singersongwriter too and she wrote songs about their relationship from her point of view their two children rufus and martha wayne riot are now wellknown singersongwriter's and had a longterm relationship with another singersongwriter says he roach and their child lucy awesome became a singer the book the memoir includes lyrics to loud and songs as well as similar columns written by his late father who worked for life magazine from the 1960s through the 80s loudon is officially loudon wainwright the third his father was loudon wainwright junior latin brought his guitar and his to perform some of his songs i've emphasized his more autobiographical songs but he's also known for his topical songs who do as donald trump sang a little later hell also do his first and only big hit the 19th 72 novelty recording dead skunk and will do some really great autobiographical songs loudon wainwright welcome back to fresh air i love your new book i'm really glad you wrote it so the the book is dedicated here's the dedication for the family and all we put us through that has to be one of the most emotionally complex dedications i've read it's usually y you know for the person i love most in life we know from a beautiful daughter from a loving has you know.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

"But um that was fun and certainly that there was money money that uh as a result of false oh of said it's paid for a lot of child support but the problem was is that i was became the skunk guy and when you have a i think it it got to something like number twelve and in some parts of the country it was a number one but but but the europe's pected where what's the next funny animal song you know whereas you know above the aardvark early or whatever and and that got to be a drag and um i played it for a while and then i just got i got sick of it and i put out a record dumb after that the didn't have a novelty song monitor or a funny animal sauna and an anyway but it had some great song but but the people that radio just didn't wanna know they i was the skunk i and they wanted something along those lines so um i don't i hardly ever do it but uh today's special in his autobiography day in iraq of at the san in your in your books i thought you were the no it it will get a mild visionary the day thing will be there it will be it will be um so another really life changing thing you met the singer kate macgarrigle ensures a backup singer when you met her when she started writing her own songs and singing with her sister anna mcgarrigle and they became popular you write that you've got to tell us that it was quote two threatening for your fragile ego and um and then after that you married says he rose chew also saying with her sister's and sasi and i were never actually marrow you were never actually mariel we will we lived in sinn for nine years and had a daughter together yes we have a beautiful daughter and the name lucy wainwright roach.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Well i know lots of other kids like me you know when we first went out there and and lived in a crash pad as they used to him on frederick street in in the film are district in san francisco uh some of the other kids were and i say kids that you will yeah we were nineteen or twenty years old they had also gone boarding school in the uh one of my crash pad mates was donald fagan from bse soon to be a the steely dan donald fagan so um you know we were middleclass or upper middle class kids an and again as i recall that summer was not so much about political activism more social awareness but was just getting up and having fun and dropping acid that's what i remember anyway we rap a lot of acid in you also for wellstudied buddhist meditation and spent some time in a monastery as the another like a buddhist monastery how did you realize that actually that path was not for you well the the monastery that i was that i went to which was in virginia sit in nevada was was a yoga monastery um i think that uh for some of us who who dabbled in psychedelic s or took took took those drugs there was a up on a larger kohl a turn toward toward spiritual things you know you'd be on an acid trip you'd be sitting there for fifteen hours so uh things like the bulk of key turn the chang and the who ponta shots i'm i'm probably mispronouncing some of these words but you know they were they were kind of groovy in cool and uh you know i use the.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air i am teary gross my guest loudon wainwright seems to have been an imperfect partner husband and father but he's written remarkable songs about family and how he hurt and he'll each other only to do it all over again now on his new memoir liner notes he writes in more detail about his life as a husband father son philanderer and musician his first wife cape macgarrigle was the singersongwriter too and she wrote songs about their relationship from her point of view their two children rufus and martha wayne riot are now wellknown singersongwriter's loud and had a longterm relationship with another singersongwriter says he roach and their child lucy awesome became a singer the book the memoir includes lyrics to loud and songs as well as similar columns written by his late father who worked for life magazine from the 1960s through the 80s loudon is officially loudon wainwright the third his father was loudon wainwright junior latin brought his guitar and is going to perform some of his songs i've emphasized his more autobiographical songs but he's also known for his topical songs who do as donald trump song a little later hell also do his first and only big hit the 19th 72 novelty recording dead skunk and will do some really great autobiographical songs loudon win right welcome back to fresh air i love your new book i'm really glad you wrote it so the the book is dedicated here's the dedication for the family and all we put us through that has to be one of the most emotionally complex dedications i've read it's usually you know for the person i love most in life we know from a beautiful daughter from his loving has you know so how did you come up with that is your dedication.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from betterment betterment has fundamentally changed the way americans safe and invest for their future by using sophisticated cutting edge technology for details and up to six months free visit betterment dot com slash npr from whyy in philadelphia i'm kerry grows with fresh air today so on a family let's snow la even stays that way after we die lab wainwright perform songs about his life and his family he's written a new memoir called liner notes on parents and children x's and excess death and decay and a few of my favorite other things he's had a tangled family life he said four children with three women two of the women cape macgarrigle and says he roach were also singersongwriter's three of his children rufus martha and lucy our singers to he written songs about them they've written songs about him this is really complicated tear you're going to get into diagram he'll also play a song he wrote before the election i dream i'm not sure what man a dream donald trump was our president payoff same sanders here once tell you about the only npr show where you can hear about the latest white house drama and the return of trl two mtv show was called it's been amid every friday we catch up on the week of news a culture everything and every tuesday i sit down for so long interviews with authors filmmakers directors and more you can find it's been minute on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts.

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