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"phil collins" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Yeah it really is fucking like that and again like i think collins might fall into that. Tom petty category. Yep i think that like so as would definitely talked about it on here before but as a reminder tom petty effect way have coined here well read is basically that when you acknowledge that someone is universally respected and adored but still think that that person is underrated. Which is about tom. Petty when he died. It's like we know everyone loves tom. Petty we're aware of that. But tom petty isn't talked about the way that like bowie and springsteen stones and the beatles are and like he should be the is underrated still. Yeah i kinda think. Phil collins is like on another level of underrated. I feel nobody even talks about say. I don't think that hard about tom. Petty like everybody loves him. Everybody knows it. Sheriff phil collins is respected but actually might people don't. I don't think people really know how hard phil phil collins is in a level. I think he's of a level that a good deal of people think he's a one hit wonder because yeah younger paying sure they here. They're like yeah guy that did to to to to to to to he's that's of biggest biggest one but like that's his biggest hit number. Yeah he's that guy and then like you said like he has just slowly permeated these guys to pop culture like you go. I do know that song. Oh i bet is him. Oh holy shit like there's probably no telling how many fucking movies his songs have been into like how much coin he's making just off licensing that shit that guy dude. He's just fucking pissing money. There's no doubt about that. Yeah i mean you know. He's doing fine. He ain't worried about none of this. I'm just saying no. He is well. he's not he's he's fine moneywise but he's not like that he actually just got told a couple years ago. You can't perform anymore.
"phil collins" Discussed on How I Found My Voice
"I didn't really believe you had any cosmological significance. But i did know. There's something beautiful about. And i think that today and i was in the church choir and i loved the music and i love the language of the service and i mean this will recur as we talk through my life because the grounding i in the language of the church of england then later contributes to a group big break had in my career so that was the first kind of moments that i came to love language. I think it was through the church. Which is a very important component. Both in the in the way we lived but also in what subsequently i went on to do. Tell about your family. What were they like well. We were a very peculiar class hybrid in a way because both my parents were teachers. My mom was a primary school teacher whose job was to teach young kids how to read and she works in a ski for most of my childhood she didn't work But when she went back to work she taught your mostly young bangladeshi kids in middletown which was changing very quickly so i had a grounding strangely enough in really vehement anti racism from my mom because my mom loved these kids who she was teaching to read. My dad was a p. teacher who'd been A welsh rugby plant and It was an amateur opera singer and so we had all sorts of funny cultures going on but through magnificent neglects of their finances. My parents never had any money. So we lived in the resolutely working class. Parts of town because culturally. Though my mom had become a teacher she gone away to a teacher. Training college in a way had gone on a social mobile journey. She never changed culturally toll and we live very close to my grandparents parents. And so we lived a culturally very working class life even though intellectually we were already going somewhere else so my house was the only one in the straight ready that was completely full of books. So all of my friends from around the estate were came so ended up the ones who were lucky. I love being plumbers and she metalwork because at cetera. Some of them didn't have that kind of outcome unfortunately was. It was always kind of thought that i'd be going somewhere else. So i felt both inside the northern white working class and also outside it wrought from the very beginning. You mentioned your mother in it being kind of very strongly anti-racist and bringing that into the home but would you say there was much politics in your home when you were a child the worse on politics but they were all totally conservative. That's conservative with a small and the large sea. We were a working class tory family. I'm describing my grandparents. They're of than us. My grandfather was it. Sounds this sound like a really bad sketch for a subject. Kenzi a novel but left school at fifteen went to work in the local textile mill. And where he worked for fifty years and he added picturing the bury times ago. Clock was the foreman by the time he left and the mill was owned by the person who then became the tory. Mp for berry so. My grandfather saw conservative politics policy. Impossible getting on of being a disciplined an adamantine at creature who would drive his family..
"phil collins" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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The Pros and Cons of Study Groups
"Our first take two topic is study groups are creating study groups. We talked a little bit about using study groups as a tool at 5th week grades with dr. Khadijah Miller in episode 19 of season, two age. So now we want to share a little bit more information. So trusting and I went online to see if we could find a couple of quick links that students could go to to get more information about this because life is more than just. Okay, let's get together. There are some ways that are more or less effective for organizing your study group, for example, so one resource that we found was foul to create an effective study group and it's put online by college Raptor. So what's that? Well, that's a website for high school students actually to five colleges. So what we're going to do is a part of this series is to let you know what we think about the sources of information as well because you can't always trust everything you hear or see on the internet. I like college Raptor as a resource because their focus is on helping students. So even though providing these types of tips is not their main focus. I do think the information they provide it is totally legit. So you can check that out. We will have a link to that on the post for this episode. The other link that we will have on the post is called how students are leveraging online study groups and birth provided by US News which is a reputable news source. And so there you go to links that you guys can go to and get more information about this topic. So trusting wage. I know because we've talked about this before that you are someone who uses study groups. So what are some of the pros and cons of study groups? Okay, we can start off on a bath. It's the weekend on a good note. Okay. Phil Collins for having a study group, I would say the level of dedication and each member if some people are saying oh, why are we meeting on the weekends, This house is until Wednesday. Why can't we just meet Tuesday night and then other people are saying well, we need to study together as a group and then I want to study on my own. So I want to meet on Friday. And then how many people are saying? Well, I work Friday is Less meat Sunday. It's a lot of personalities and it's a lot of different levels of dedication. I want a group where everybody cares about their grades. That will be the first con. Okay the first challenge, right? Okay. So the second challenge with having a study group would be the actual group chat for me personally. I'm the type of person. I don't want a lot of notifications about a bunch of random stuff. I barely like to text people as it is at rather someone call me or FaceTime me. If you're blowing up the group chat where it's for a study group for a specific class. You're not talking about the class you're talking about. Hey, what's on the menu at the CAF today Hagen as I won't be in class Q sign-in don't be in the study groups and stuff like that. So the second call of your boundaries because not everybody has them and not everyone knows how to set them. So that will be the second con for me in particular for study groups. Okay on a positive note on a positive note. I love study groups off. I am the one in all the classes if we're in person. I'm passing around and she did notebook paper saying hey everybody put down your name your number and your email we're starting a study group because I'm a pass this class with or without child, but you know a class that studies together passes together. So I'd rather it be in a team environment job. A big collaborator. I like conclusion. I like for everybody to be on the same page. If I don't understand the lecture notes one day I can put in the study group say hey guys take anybody take notes in class. I have a question about blah blah blah and then if someone took notes and understood it a different way than they could help but positives and prose for a steady group one way. Everybody has different notes. Like I said before so this different interpretations because people have different learning styles to it allows you to have an accountability partner because if they you see in the group chat. Hey guys, y'all know the assignments due tomorrow and you forgot about the Senate your then immediately reminded about it and you have a person to reference if you need help with it three. It's a support system. They say it takes a village to raise a child. Well, this is your village for this class. So there you go students from another student study groups pros and cons. Yep. Your chest and that was awesome. So I'm just going to sprinkle a few more factors and that you might want to think about listeners as you're forming. You're starting groups are not number one if you are shy and you think well, I don't want to study in a group or that's not your thing. Think about at least forming a group around midterms or finals or big projects number to Thursday. And then and some of this advice comes from the two articles that we mentioned you can have roles in a study group as well. So maybe one person is the person who provides the best notes, but one person is a person he pulls out the main topics that need to be focused on and somebody else takes notes or somebody else reminds people so you can set up a structure for the group and that can help to keep it going and part of that structure can also be agendas. So to trust his point about one of the cons you can organize this group as you sort of would a little organization and to help birth. To succeed and also another Point related to one of the cons and as mentioned in the articles that we link to our the numbers. So probably a good range of phone numbers is maybe three to five or six people and then that'll help you to have an easier time to coordinate and make sure everybody has a clear role and but enough people that again you may share those notes and get the benefit of the group The dressing as we wrap up here. Did you have anything else you wanted to chime in on relate to study groups my closer message for this trip would be Thursday not impossible and on the last set and you just have to be more dedicated posted on discussion board or email your classmates to set up a group chat, but it is not impossible just because you're virtual.
Irony is Out (with Raven Leilani)
"Did the hipster burn his tongue on his coffee? Because he drank it before it was cool. I feel like a grandpa repeating that old joke. But that was the mood around me when I was first getting into like twitter. So much of listening to music or being a consumer of movies or art fashion whatever was about snobbery an irony getting the things I like cool. Weird things before anybody else. But as culture does I feel like there's pendulum swing now in the other direction. Where we're all like you know what rules? Phil Collins. An animal crossing and crocs feeling we just don't have the energy for snobbery anymore. I mean I don't. I want the comfort food of culture. You're right that definitely is more in invoke more so than when I was twenty right but ten years ago and author Raven Leilani is here for it. earnestness is a vulnerable and overt way of interacting with the world I feel like it is a way of of being that is against self protection i. feel like there's this sort of cool practiced earnestness. The kind that is like pretending you're not wearing makeup when you're actually wearing makeup that looks like you're not wearing makeup and then there's real earnestness. That is just your bare pockmarked skin open to the world exposing who you really are. You're Dorky Weirdo self the way I learned to interact with things. I loved was I through fandom that sort of what's beautiful to me? About loving thing and engaging with with other people who love it through that love as opposed to What you don't like about it math what you were a fan of a lot of things I grew up. Playing. Jr. PG. I grew up our Japanese role playing games. Okay. I grew up watching a lot a lot of anime. And my brother too he passed down his comic books to me for safekeeping. When he left the house, you know being able to escape into those imagined worlds and feel feel comfort there and with fandom. Perhaps. Any hesitation I have is rooted in like the old teenage adolescent fear of a when that was private almost shameful thing but it's not private anymore Raven Leilani. Is debut novel. Luster is full of things that have once maybe ten years ago been considered guilty pleasures. Her main character he is a bit of a centralist, a hedonist. You peer into her brain and you have this totally open look into everything. We normally keep private each smarts down sticky fried foods has risky ill advised sex with her co workers she blasts disco music in her rat infested apartment. She's also a nerd and a fan, and she loves all that Dorky JR type. You know the way that manifest in the book is disco. Manifest is fandom is comecon but were you at all? Hesitant. About coming out as like a fan of all this ernest stuff. Yeah I mean I a little bit because I. think that. When you claim the things you love out loud. It opens you up for criticism in a different way. You know it does, and for judgment in a different way I think that's right like you the things the. Ernest parts of ourselves that we keep private. We keep private because we are because we worry about the way that judgment will re contextualised that desire and. Maybe, make it a shameful thing. And so in a way in a way, I was worried but I think I've gotten to a point where there's just so much. I feel like I've hardened I, feel like I've become more cynical in a way and so the parts of myself that are still ernest like I cling to you know the parts of myself that are that are Ernest, I? Feel. It's necessary to to fly that flag because I think those. those joys are are rare and unkind of a few and far between. I mean you bring if there's really interesting question like. Do we need the barrier the barrier between like that true soft part of ourselves and our heart external selves in some ways I want to be like, Hey, the barriers dead let's all just show arse off sides and be Super Ernest now like that's also privacy. Of Two minds and both minds are coming. Are Within the head of a black woman civil I will say that. I greatly. Value my privacy. I mean I do. I think that it there's something about having a safe space that is separate. From the kind of brutality of of the outside world and I really want a world where black women don't have to be hard.
Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' is back on the charts after twin YouTubers rapturously reacted to the song
"In the air tonight Hit the charts. The Phil Collins song is again a hit single thanks to the Williams twins, whose reaction to the song on their YouTube channel. Twins. The new trend made it one of the most popular means in the summer of
Robin Williams' daughter Zelda slams Eric Trump for sharing clip of comedian joking about Biden
"Williams, the daughter of Lake Comedy Legend Robin Williams attacked President Trump's son Eric trump over the weekend. This while after Eric tweeted an old video of her father mocking Joe. Biden. Eric Trump tweeted robin. Williams, just savages Joe Biden and shared the clip in which the comedian poke fun at Biden Zelda responded in a tweet writing. While we're reminiscent to further your political agenda, you should look up what he said about your dad I did promise you. It's much more savage. She Ned gentle reminder that the dead can't vote but the living can.
"phil collins" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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Rock band Genesis to reunite for first tour in 13 years
"Cool the genesis coming back together reuniting for an arena tour Phil Collins Tony banks and Mike Rutherford I president together for the first time in thirteen years
Noah Baumbach Digs Into A 'Marriage Story'
"It's the opening scene in the film ahead of a screening of marriage story at the telluride film festival this year and in front of a live audience. I spoke with driver. Just after Martin Scorsese presented him with a career. Honor driver was at telluride for marriage story and another upcoming movie the report in which he plays a US Senate investigator looking into this as use of torture after nine. Eleven driver explain what his relationships are like with directors. He's worked with multiple times and that list includes Jim Jarmusch and marriage story. Filmmaker Noah Baumbach. There's there's something that we are way of working. Our work ethic is similar in that. They don't take it for granted that we're making a movie. The has the potential to reach a plays that as far away and either give language to a culture. That's completely different than ours. And someone's paying a lot of money for us to be here right right now for this amount of time to do this thing that will last forever and labeled the feeling and how powerful that is why why take that for granted why show up and kind of wing it you know or not. Consider what it is. You're saying and that no detail is too who small now. Obviously there's traps and all of that that you can get so worked up in details that you're trying to control everything and don't leave room for you know something. That's more abstract with those people. They're brilliant writers and create a set an environment onset where you're free to You know all those things that hope from from people you're free to get it wrong and you're free to explore and but really don't take it for granted if I was trying to summarize summarize it which is kind of hard. They very much curated the people that they want to work with in front and behind the camera and you feel like as much as everything thing is both has meaning and as meaningless. You don't don't take it for granted and finding people that have your same work ethic gets a rare thing. I think I just repeated myself three times the best show of hands. How many people in telluride for the atom driver double feature marriage story and the report? Wow okay. That's about half a house as quick question without spoiling either film. I WanNa ask you about Dan. Jones and CIA's post nine eleven detention and interrogation program which a lot of people would call torture. They call it extreme rendition of the things. What would you say about that film going into it without giving it away about why? That movie spoke. Oh Q.. And why you thought it was something you wanted to do. I mean the topic is was something that I you know embarrassing. They didn't know anything about and I mean the original report is over six thousand thousand pages. The redacted version is just over five hundred and our script with one hundred thirty. How do you how do you tell that story as economically as possible astle but not without leaving the humanity out of it so that all of those things just an opportunity to potentially bring a topic to light that has been in the dark and that I was inspired by you? Hope there's people like that in a room alone toiling away for six years with no support trying to trying to make a difference and that relationship with something that you've grown up with thinking that you can trust and suddenly you know you have to not only do you feel like you're trying to make a moral judgment for the country but internally as well they all those the reasons why I want to do it you were recently doing. Burn this and I'm wondering when you're doing it play and then going. Lean into film or television. What are the things that you might miss retain as an actor? WHO's doing a show in front of a different audience every night when you're not able oh to replicate that on a film set yeah? It's a totally different thing. It's I working with Mila. For example he likes to do a lot of takes and that actually feels more familiar to working on out of play because the lines of the lines. There's no there's no Improv. This is what it is blocking it out. But the intention can be a million different things and he he structured the day smartly so we have enough time to explore all the possibilities of what it could be not just arbitrarily but I mean sometimes and and then sometimes you have to rebel against him and then just do it the way you WanNa do it just to shock yourself and shock the system and then maybe come up with something better but you know it's like a whole run of a rehearsal truncated into a day. which is I rare with? Someone like Noah and you're also rehearsing you know if you can be as much as you can before you start just being prepared to give yourself time to explore all the options and when you don't do that with a soderbergh then I tend to have regret of like you can't help but go home and imagine I had all these ideas that now but then again. Maybe those were bad ideas that I don't know oh anything. The tribute is a sham. Last question I think there are a lot of things that different people will take away from marriage story one being. If you're thinking about going into family law you might reconsider it. But what was the thing that you treasure about making this film with knowing scarlet again. That could be a long answer that I know I should keep short. I mean this movie is hard to. I feel hard to talk about because it's very personal and it was personal. The people who made a collectively and we talked about it a couple of years before we started making those conversations tens of what it's about or what will retry into are still happening but how love can transition and how that can be violent set not not physically violent but an internal violent thing of you know someone kinetically where you know. It's everything your way. Oh you were in a room together a second nature then suddenly to divorce that from yourself That could be painful but maybe it's just transitioning into something different. I thought that was a beautiful idea. This is not a sham. Adam coming up on the frame the writer and director of marriage story Noah Baumbach on capturing the heartbreak of divorce Welcome back to the frame. I'm John Horn. Our next guest is filmmaker Noah Bam back he wrote and directed indie darlings like Margot at the wedding and the squid and the okay all his stories often feature realistic and flawed characters and it holds true for his latest film marriage. Story Charlie and Nicole played by Adam driver ever and Scarlett Johansson are a couple struggling with the early stages of their divorce bombeck painstakingly mapped out the process of their separation. And that makes watching watching marriage story. especially if you're married a bit like watching a horror film. Here's how bombeck described the movie when we recently spoke at the Middleburg Film Festival. I've a friend who said the movie gets divorced so you don't have to which I think is a nice message from married couples relatively Glib but I can see it Netflix has another movie. That's planet Middleburg called two popes. Your movie is called Marriage Story. They both seem like obvious. Titles but almost inevitable bowl. Did you play around with other things to call this. I didn't coordinate with Fernando Morass. I I It was it was the working title from the beginning. The the idea that I'd come up with something else but like pseudo you know Phil Collins but something about the movie resisted more more specific or poetic titles things like the squid and the whale. Didn't there was no squid in the whale to be found and so I I kept coming back to it. I liked it as its in. Its simplicity. I want to ask you a little bit. Because Adam drivers said that this was a collaborative process and hobbies. You're the writer the director. But how would you describe the process of putting the story together and before we started filming what you were talking to due. At least you're actors about it from the onset. It was important for me to know who the actors who are some of the actors were in the movie. I wanted To Have Charleena Nicole in my head is inspiration but also because I wanted to bring the actors in to the process a bit I Adam. I've I've been friends with now. When so when I brought him sort of some of these ideas he would say like? Oh these are things I might. He he was interested in playing a theater director. That's you know as I remember it. That's how that came into the movie. You have often had characters who you are very articulate. That could be writers. They could be theater directors that could be. They are very capable expressing themselves and talking about. Maybe maybe what they're feeling or what they're feeling about somebody else. Is that something that you think is a pattern. That you like articulate characters who happen to have particular jobs does one beget the other. I don't know I I don't think about it like that. Quite the artistic the fact that they were artists and and creative and professional partners in this movie was I thought important and also narrative interesting because there was sort of more at stake.
Famous Bands With More Than One Lead Singer
"We're talking about bands big bands <hes> they've had more than one singer more than one front man why the original singers left whether it was creative differences or they wanted to go to the projects or in some cases if the singers died and we've gotten so much positive feedback episodes like this. They're heavily downloaded. That's awesome. We come on and talk about music this. We love doing it yeah. We just started doing it once. I think because somebody bail episode like oh crap. We don't have an episode this week. Let's talk about music songs that make us all of a sudden. He more crazy so we appreciate that. Whenever dusty okay was the comedian he was like you know what i really enjoyed. He had listed some interview. Episodes was like i really liked talking about songs that people didn't know the meaning yeah and he goes you know i heard the one about phil collins in the air tonight and he didn't really have a reason he wrote that song. What if he just got tired talking about the real reason it was like screw this. I order for no reason right which is possible. So what do we know what we read. We have no idea some of these. I've heard from situations that i'm maybe not super close to but i'm one degree away so someone like you trust in the inside that yeah knows about it and i i start with phil collins and you know throw collins was the lead singer of a band genesis right now before he was <hes> peter gabriel was leasing genesis so nineteen seventy six they replaced peter gabriel with phil collins so this is genesis with peter gabriel so peter gabriel left genesis solo career following nine hundred seventy five. Do you know peter gabriel's solo song in your eyes. That's the that's the big you wanna read. That's the big one loss so good yeah so gabriel left genesis nineteen seventy five and phil collins who was the backing vocals and the drummer's dumbers took over vocal duties walk continuing to drum so as he's doing that and by the way there are searching for lead singer while he was doing that initially so let's go finally singer for conflict and keeping until we get it then he became the lead singer but what happened was as it happened as well fill call and started to do a solo career at the same time time so as genesis phil collins happened right behind it if they're running a race like a length and a half behind phil collins had started to do a solo career which made in this massive star because he had to project the same time blowing up at the same time and so from collins over there. Do you have anything else gosh. Some of these may be confused which one it is. If it's all i couldn't tell you. This is genesis okay. I would've been so called oddly because of the voice is still calling singing it the janus face a tough decision with bill collins quit the band to carry on with the third lead singer or call it quits we think happened you call it quits command the band and then kept on with phil collins then there were no other good vocalists in the band. They couldn't just go right next up so the keyboard was tempted to call today but mike rutherford pushed the groups continue continue the last tour they did stadiums. They felt the fan loyalty was enough to carry him on they brought on a guy named ray wilson <hes> which may not rain and the group were unknown but they had a nineteen ninety four single inside. There was a minor hit in england. It was nothing that anyone cared about but if you remember just as came back again and they had that they had this the the song where <hes> it was a walk into the beach yup. I can't dance. My jets came back. Do you remember that i do because this isn't on my way. You're eighty s not ninety nine look. I can't dance because genesis comes back back with. I can't dance again. Seldon it. Neither peter gabriel or phil collins in this band now this was together and they they blew seaman dan. I was little so i remember all this stuff happening but i just figured the band never broke up. I didn't feel collins had his own side project. You didn't <hes> didn't know they'll call just book. All didn't even know who peter gabriel was. Phil collins had bigger song outside of. I remember what he looked like. I remember he was bald. Memory kind of let will now now how he kind of looks like <hes> the astronaut you know the astronaut who takes lots of pictures and space kelly's like a famous no no no. He's like a current astronauts that like lived up there for a whole year anyway. They look the same and i just remember that looking like yeah. He makes that music and drummer or something and he sings. That's all i remember uh-huh phil collins and genesis but you didn't know the phil collins like. I don't know how i was all genus. You did yeah again. I i don't know the difference by hearing them but i guess i knew feel collins. Ask bill calling before. I knew the genesis stuff we were so young yeah but that band had and then peter gabriel. Was you know the big embassy to them one on peter gabriel. What did he do after everything. He had pretty successful career himself. I would say moderately successful. He had a massive hit your eyes but that was before. We were born
"phil collins" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Let's see my a lot of stuff for Riyan as line. Oh, the seventy s a lot of fun. It's been awhile since I've shot for them. But I actually just signed two women in New York. So hopefully, we'll be going over there in a couple of months, and that's the top of the top pick up all these names. Sorry, bro. I'm excited. For being fucking awesome. That's fantastic. Thank you. That's really about. Well, having two more lovely. I said you're supposed to be. If you guys wanna follow Natalie do it. I highly recommend I run s for your for the butthole. Yeah. Sure to do that. Maybe if you get a lot of followers from this podcast guy, she'll show more. But I mean any from. You know, we'll see. Do the hoodie. Tricks more here. Please. One more question. Phil Collins about Phil Collins. Okay. I think it started. When I was a kid, my parents wouldn't let me listen to like the trendy radio station when I was younger. Genesis would frequently play. Yeah. But I think like eight years ago, I started like heavily get into. Funny on your incident all the time, and I can tell I don't fucking understand this about my I love him. So like, he he's just so fucking hilarious to like, I dunno things with his heart on his sleeve and his amazing. And he's funny. If you look at his videos, that's what I do free too. And phil. To the pot at me. I saw you October. Yeah. Before it was so adorable wanna low. She went up Phil Collins if anyone were to talk to me I'd be like doing. I'm here for I came here for an experience, you know, I record everything, but the whole time I was just like. We have a little bit of an issue. I'm okay with them. Just really at the end. If you don't like, Phil Collins. That's an issue. Phil Collins, don't even. Where are you at food? Thank you. Coming on every tire comes with its sheriff stories dig in your bumper. When you nervously picked up your first date or the mileage you save reading your bike all summer because you were too poor to pay for gas. Well, you can't put a price tag. And all.
"phil collins" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"phil collins" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"They're on the field. It must have just happened. Because there's these, you know, they're dumping things on his head or whatever. Yeah. I don't know if that actually happened because I was so happy. Did I get a little, but anyway, just just brutal? I slept on the plane on the way home. I got you know, eight or nine hours asleep after I got home took a nap on Sunday got eight hours of sleep last night. And I'm still exhaust dragging. You got home at noon on Sunday. And then turn around and went to Phil Collins Sunday took a horrible nap yesterday afternoon, nap that makes you cranky and annoying, and my wife and son wanted no part of me, and rightfully so. I was not pleasant. Yeah. Then went to see Phil Collins, and I'll tell you this going back to what we were talking about earlier in the show. You wanna you wanna get away from? The the awfulness of the world for while. And it's a shame because it was his last US show. Well, I web go spend two and a half hours with Phil Collins. It is nothing, but joy his band is phenomenal. He's got four horn players that are doing nothing, but having fun. He's got four backup. Singers, his sons on drums, who's just terrific. You know, he sits in a chair because he can't he's his words. I'm going to be sitting in this chair. The whole this trait show starts he just walks out. Hello, betty. And he goes, well, I'm going to be spoiler dodgers lost and bloom if you want I don't give a shit. I'm going to be sitting in this chair the whole time because you know, he just had the back surgery that my my foot sof fucked up. With you. Charming, lovely everything. Everything you want from Phil Collins. So then he does a couple songs any he's about to Genesis song. And he goes I three hundred years ago. I was in a band called Genesis crazy goes, so I'm going to do a song from them. Now. You know in the time, we Genesis we did, you know, thousands of songs. So the odds of us doing the one you want to hear. Fifty five slim. Great great. So wait, but you really only did one three total. Throwing it all away. Follow you, follow me. And then later on invisible touch. All great. Okay. Well, that's then he then he played one of the three the one the one that. I would there's only only one Genesis one. I would have liked to hear. And that's that's all. Yeah. But he did there's only one Phil Collins solo song you didn't do that mummy out. I don't care anymore. He didn't do that. I don't care around mo-. I don't know that's off his second album. And in the the only clunkers that Tarzan song. And that's not for me. But the place went crazy. Right. But just joy nothing. But fun. It was great. And then I was walking out. This is surreal you expect it that never not funny show, you expect it there. And there's anywhere that I not anywhere. I go. But places I go people very very nice. And but as walking out I hear some guy just go. Hey, my pleasure. I would say that. But okay. So I turned around and guys where two different unfunny sweatshirt. Oh my God. It's surreal to see your merch in the wild at a show where you're the fan on the fan. Yeah. And they made the choice. They thought should I wear a Phil Collins shirt or should I wear enough. Not never not funny shirt. And they went never not funny..
"phil collins" Discussed on Harmontown
"I guess famous people should be more poised and globalists and friend, friendly, famous people should be more friendly. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause they're famous their fortune, right? We'll I'm not going to be famous by being grouchy towards some Iceland guitarist. Good practice for bigger levels of fame. What would be your song Dan. Montage. Take me home by Phil Collins. Take me home. Well, the important part of the lyrics that I would want a perspective mate to hear is, oh, I can turn off my feelings like I'm turning off a light. Yeah. I feel like it's important to know. Absolves them of a certain amount of responsibility. Right. And it warns them. Okay. Not as funny as I thought. No. No, because you detected not as untrue as I would like to believe it is good advice. Reversal of, okay. I thought it would be one of those things where Spencer your theme song. Oh. Dave matthews. I think that Steve made a grave error by not going with two on the nose right. But I think yours would be that teen titans song. How does that won't go. There's the song it's not funny explained. There's a song called night begins to shine. It's it's fun to listen to on repeat like for two hours straight. Really good and he's done it. I been there. Oh, he's Steve's been there but Spencer's version of its great. Can you give us a little bit of it. I don't know. Are we going to get sued? No. What do you know? Go ahead. Let's get sued a piece of the hoop. We've done everything else on this podcast. Let's get sued. We're going to court. All right. Hold on. Phil, teen titans come and you bigger than regular teams. That's true. Each of them is bigger than you and their teeth. Fast forward. Love this. I think it's too shy. Kids to. To be on the road and be like, silence Spencer..
"phil collins" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Hi this is tricia hi trish frat and caylin calling from the morning radio show on kiss fm in chicago and i have to tell you that we are on the radio right now and i need your permission to continue with the calls it weird night for sure so he doesn't describe it as weird he thought it was a good night he thought it went really well expected that you'd be returning his phone calls and you guys were going out again so what happened hewson's you but like we were on his bed we're in the middle and stuff and and he was like going to set the mood or something i don't know he was like going to put on some music and he put on phil collins groovy kind of love because i don't like maybe there's like one bad song in the playlist but it turned out like all phil collins so he put on that he put on the we're going to smash phil collins playlist weird like i'm not trying to make love on the first date and i know like he's into that like what other weird like method i boehner playlists like like yeah like like like the dried up like the sahara playlist.
"phil collins" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Trying really hard and i bless you for having i mean you truly have a love for phil collins i feel like you arrived at the table determined to never ever ever i think you are trying very hard and i just want you to understand music moves people and right phil collins some music moves other people and some music moves other people i mean i guarantee there are probably half a dozen pieces of music i can play for you and you would be like that's crap and i don't want to listen to it i'm just saying to each his her own but i was not moved by phil collins the reason why i always say i'm tired of pretending like phil collins isn't some kind of musical genius i'm not talking about specifically myself i'm saying as a culture i wish that it wasn't so popular to hate phil collins because in your active hatred of phil collins you are missing some serious joy in the world i am not done emoting i am not done emoting about phil collins so all i ask is that everybody put aside their disdain for phil collins an open your heart and your mind to some serious groovy kind of ask you a question though why do you care if anybody else likes phil collins because i want phil collins to feel supportive because he is talented i because i want to bring happiness and joy to other people because i don't want people to be you people are feeding feeding the beast of anger within god you are on crack stop her cut her mike she is done we do no he's not i wish i would love tickets cares that much about people who don't like his music doesn't but this is i just i will submit but one more thing to you and this is not music don't feel like you're selling it at this point i just want you to understand that you're not buying it.
"phil collins" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Phil collins by the way if you didn't know this is phil collins one of the songs that made him a living icon ninety seven point one wash fm toby and chilly in the morning these zone that's gonna be a must see tour and details on bill colleagues dc show are all over wash them dot com thanks for waking up with toby and chilly.
"phil collins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Somebody is enjoying this music well as far as nickelback goes the first time i saw it was in a club in minneapolis before they were big and they were really good rock band and then the first record comes out it starts to blow up you're like this is good you know it's not life changing solid what happened in them was they became so huge that people then resented like gosh it ain't that good from everything the backlash was huge fish backlash to yes dave matthews band is a perfect example of one where the fan base i makes me dislike the band more than i just like dislike the band o it's the four awards you never wanna hear what's that you don't get dave right oh i nothing sends me into convulsions quicker than that being told this looking down their nose screening at me about a time just not smart enough to get dave oh i got it all right tell you i had that neighbor who he had that reaction to phil collins when i told him i didn't like phil collins phil collins is the greatest musician in our lives and he meant it it was like he can write a great love song he can writer he his music makes you think and i say you know i just don't really like it and goes dead serious or you just really don't like music then well come on man well he makes me think to think about changing the channel when he comes on there is another this is going back a few years another example of how that worked in reverse there was a guy scott you and i way back in the day worked with him and neither one of us particularly cared for him a blowhard is going on and on and one time this was before two thousand three seven nation army elephant comes out of the white stripes what strikes back why fries right and then it was like rolling stones saying jack white's this great guitar player or whatever and it's like i couldn't stay in that band before i really heard it and then.
"phil collins" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I know it's like studio city is that really a word nope that is now it's not a word shiseido we'll collins was tremendously popular in the nineteen eighties both as a solo artist and as the front man for the band genesis just how huge was fill in the nineteen eighties so as a solo artist he claimed fourteen top forty hits on the hot one hundred that decade plus genesis notched eleven of their own top forty hits so i know we can't technically count them together but that's twenty five top forty hits that phil collins sang on in the nineteen eighties we can count them together basically if you live through the nineteen eighties some part of your life was soundtrack by phil collins yes it was a really it was a lovely decade for just have to say i'm so there you have it this week in nineteen eighty five phil collins hit number one on the billboard two hundred with no jacket required hard time saying phil collins's the possessiveness at the end just superfood i mean as as like a copy person because you're like an editor it's like the rolling stones' when you in right it you would just do an apostrophe after the aso just be the rolling stones but like it's hard to say that possess fill it looks all but it doesn't sound good yet it's just how how do you mitigate bill collins's album turns yeah yeah it's just a bad it's just a bad thing the senses.
"phil collins" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"And why while in one of my early cassettes was the shit genesis that i'm sure you don't like with the we can't at the i can't dance on it qian dance i got a curveball a story here i do like that album though it knows now not about out but i figured you like the prague shit which are admittedly have not her uh but i actually in the the president's foam masks in the video year it song sucks you're nuts video sucks to warren sort of garbage pail kid now you too there was a tell he show there was a popular tv show back then called spitting image inkind kind it was like puppets that looked like deformed versions of the celebrities yeah and then they can person eighters there do sketches with the puppets was kind of a precursor year crank yankers kind of a thing sure i actually prefer you look at a guy like me and you say this man's a tastes maker he probably a dope awards in my mouth he probably he had anything in my mouth volvo he probably likes the early stuff the pierre gabriel i don't i analysis of genesis if you yeah sure there you go i actually prefer the phil collins stuff and only the later phil collins stuff you prefer a solo cole no no no the phil collins genesis gabriel's gone and only the later portion of that i prefer selftitled genesis album forward all right i'll easily put solo collins over any genesis actually advocate forward on legs so accounts are come on you did you see pullover jan you haven't heard the regime of you know i haven't an advocate in like no i ever that's all and you mean that sound yeah looking at you in a it's a good so i would have thought that was solo counts no that's rate in the year right in the sweet spot right there right around sudiro interchangeable for one or two albums to silvio's collins that solo khalia billion i'll lose my number is solo collins i consider easy love or one of the best songs of all time it at one point in my life silk.
"phil collins" Discussed on Harmontown
"Now that take a now parana some one so for his nardo lofa little sleepy firm is job lease the guy a guy that works hard he makes him lack i'm whereas sean he's the kind of levy who was asleep only he's now don't try to tell him to work less he's worth less without his job bs he's got no family never any for any listeners that thought the dan's freestyle abilities would suffer from not having the energy of a live on cnn i think we found out that right and phil collins you check is on the way um so yeah have you recovered emotionally from the uh the with the girls situation i mean at lula still gonna have this now at yeah it's a number i dunno i'm a little will work fires that that really uh took a lot feet and the last couple of days were horrible because of the vegas thing and tom tom petty real hard he's in dark and to the point where the new stories are dark things gotten like like an in it and not in a cool way like i feel like now like they eat because you we can't communicate effectively are honestly with ourselves as a nation about about how worthless human life has become we are now like the mainstream media not to sound like a fucking jaguar off living in the woods but the mainstream media the'main d'alema stream pd poop.
"phil collins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thing is they don't last that long generally they don't develop business they don't develop as disposable so for me phil collins ruined everything with his gated drums big wasn't just him but when they mixed the drums up front it was over because you didn't have to have talent kozik insists hide behind that his a really great a b before and after way too for me to illustrate that if you go back zz top early z job masterpieces songs like uh and i thank you produced unbelievably spacious really talented stuff and then you get to eliminator right in that same pocketed simoes at eighty three i dunno way and it's dah dah dah them room adjust boring hiding behind big everything mixed up front god awful aviran said in a talk show host not only do i am i allowed to it is my job to be honest and i will tell you i can't stand that eliminate nater album because it was the end of z top and his that whole period was the end of so much actually i do have to take issue with oh god susannah newton i think suzanne only like she said the new music's no good does is just a bunch of millennials say in songs about taken out the cat that is not that's not good affair thing to say that i don't think you know enough about the music say that i don't think you've heard the music there's a lot of good stuff out there it's just that you don't know how to find it and i'll be happy to tell you how to find it uh i guess that's that six 175 for 1030 i think the old rock music is better because there was nowhere to hide he had to be good take elvis the two guys in son studio one microphone you know what you had to have you had to have talent technology truly allows you to have less talent trust me use a lot to make music i had i now i actually like music that.
"phil collins" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"What's happening what this does know jacket required with phil collins is the key i'm looking forward say them live it's going to be british pine hyde park in london yet episodes it's good to see him out of the cdr isn't that pepe yes it's it's it's it's good to ask us to see a lot law live here i'll vests soudja jacket records f unchecked parties at the same driver for years has name john comes off site says this each assessed same things are after every game was he say hey take me it and there and the prices are will or i fell here and there and he slammed the confusion really is alive dance county no nada gosh contents check concentrate on january quiet was first friday night and we just take on face finally fat soul yep i am he has ondrive right under why doesn't just hailing abba cab off he goes i have heard i've heard him say he said unbelievable in the bedroom he's all night long effort raise here while you car it of we hurry love well i mean i go away be apply entitles of phil collins tixx intia sentences by tank check it required yeah you're right rear who is now in that sense i being you made okay again.