17 Burst results for "ronnie scott"
"ronnie scott" Discussed on Personology
"And she was working and in fact it was her mother who is an important person. In amy's life. Cynthia who was often responsible for a lot of the child care. And you know maybe taking the school moving kids around. And that's important because that was an important relationship for amy and it's also important. Because cynthia and actually both her parents were very musical people even though they weren't musical stars let's talk about the presence of music in her early life. oh absolutely i think was initially from her father. Who worshiped frank sinatra. And sarah vaughan dinah washington as you said. She loved her father so much. I mean she was a self described daddy's little girl. She had the phrase tattooed on her arm and those musical influence from her dad. She grew up also idol-worshipping from early days. That's a lot of her. musical roots. Came from but as you said. Her grandmother cynthia. Her mother's mother dated jazz. Legend in england called ronnie scott and she had all these connections in the jazz community. And i think some of her uncle's also were jazz musicians so it was a very musical household but as you said her grandmother. Cynthia recognized gifts. I think probably before. Her parents was the one who recommended that she started attending stage school. And there's a great story that her father says he goes to see one of our early recitals and he assume she was just going to be acting. He had no idea that she could sing like that. She'd song around the house a bit but he was just a shocked as most people mcreilly when he first saw on the stage and opened her mouth so he loves jazz music. He played as you said sinatra. Who became very important to amy herself. Ella fitzgerald dinah washington. These were like the early recordings and musical influences. This maternal uncle who played the horn mother's sister was addressing or herself a sort of semi professional. If you will not you know not really professional but sang clubs and so on and that made quite the impression on her at the same time this is going on. She is first of all. It's important say she is actually very intelligent. She is noted as intelligent and early school year. She reads fairly early. She writes early her potential. Let's say academically seems to be there on the one hand and then on the other hand. Is this rebellious behavior. And as she sort of describes it easily bored not much holzer attention. Certainly not the kinds of things that school offered academically and particularly in a rule bound. Sort of way not her. She would have described not her cup of tea hum but the music did and singing did and then sometimes she even describes becoming so overwrought or panicky and anxious in school that she would just burst out into a fly me to the moon by frank sinatra as her way of just expressing her anxiety and sing at the top of her lungs. Which of course did not win her any friends with her teachers..
"ronnie scott" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Live album weekend in london. Live is a title. It was recorded at the legendary london. Club ronnie scott's last year to the timing couldn't be better since george benson recorded this set in two thousand nineteen there's been of course a pandemic lockdowns and closed venues. Benson has been hunkering down at his home in phoenix arizona. That's quite an adjustment for any musician to make who's usually on the road traveling around the world. I suggest it to benson that with not much happening on music stages right now. The release of this live album is a happy. Coincidence is incredibly time. Because in many years i've been on the road i've never been home for a whole summer and much less from the beginning of the year. We started home from february. I've been in an house for me. It's not a lockdown. It's a pleasure to be home and see. My children grow for once so the session was recorded at the legendary london. Jazz club ronnie scott's since cova though ronnie scott's has kinda struggled because of the lockdown. How worried are you that there's going to be a lot of performance venues everywhere around the globe that may not get out of this pandemic in one piece. Yeah that's that's bothersome but you know in the world never stands still. We have to work. I way around and through every kind of negative situation is not the first time. And i'm sure it won't be the last but it is bothersome because soon as you get used to something in you. You're in a good role on a good roll. Everything's going along wonderful. Here comes something strange down the bike and this is just another one of those. Have you figured out a way to rehearse during the pandemic. you can't perform right now. So how has the pandemic affected you and your work as a musician. We don't do. It will only do it when we're out on the road because it's not practical for guys who live in brooklyn new york detroit chicago texas los angeles san francisco. We just can't get together. George benson album weekend in london live was recorded last year before the pandemic. And it'll show you what rehearsing can-do it's out. Now we leave you. George benson's cover of donny. Hathaway's the ghetto. The world comes to you from the bill. Harra studio gb. Boston i'm marco. Werman will see you back here tomorrow. And don't count that..
"ronnie scott" Discussed on 27 Club
"Eric Burden was on his hands and knees digging frantically in the garden. He yanked a handful of green leaves from the ground through them to the side cluster. Flowers were up ended. A brightly colored casualty commit a small crater in the soil dug down a few inches dirt under his heart was pounding. He thought he heard sirens in the distance. He stuck his soil encrusted hands. In the pockets of his jeans to retrieve all the contraband he grabbed from the tables and floors in Monica's rented flat in assortment of Pills. Small bags with powdery contents too thick but tightly wrapped joints showed it all into the whole year creed and then started the heap clumps of soil talk. The garden. Plot was small framed by an ornate black wrought iron fence it was directly next to the small set of stairs that lead into Monica's apartment. The summer can people walk by on the sidewalk going about their daily business. Usually Friday morning stuff. Almost lunchtime Eric was small enough. A man to go relatively unnoticed obscured partially by the fence and the plants growing around the knees. Gene sank into the wet soil. He tried to make. Everything look is undisturbed. As possible. Tidy Garden was the least of his worries right now Jimi Hendrix was in that apartment. He wasn't awake minutes ago and he wasn't moving in. Eric wasn't even sure if he was breathing. Monica mentioned on the phone that puked all over himself. The bed but Eric didn't have time to confirm any. He was in full panic collecting as many drugs as he could. Before the Atari showed up. The cops have a field day at the entered that room and found a ship the grass powder the pills the pipes and the papers in the bag. He's Eric didn't pause long enough to sort out. Exactly what was it? All had to go in the graph very below. Because it wouldn't just be. Jimmy's acid the police the after it would be all collateral damage guilt by association. They'd go after Monaco. Chaz Mitch Bill. Jeffrey just look at the grateful. Dead Stern busted New Orleans early. The dead weren't the only Sokaia patched nineteen others will rest viewers wrote in his friends locals. Who parting with if you're in the orbit list yes. We're going high high high high on Magic Mountain. Were never come down. Eric knew he'd be at the top of the cops. Hitless Shit he had just jammed with Jimi a few nights earlier he been playing at Ronnie Scott's jazz club and so with war the new bandied formed with a crew of California musicians. Who'd been backing. La Rams Vet Deacon Jones their first single the Latin tinged absurd. Fung tail spill. The wine had flowed freely from radios and turntables all over the world. Earlier that summer it was a few nights ago. September fifteen Jimmy showed up at Ronnie Scott's looking to sit in with burden and the boys get his Jim on. He didn't have his guitar with them. Which Eric Thought was Super Strange? But something else was missing besides guitar. Jimmy had been out of it like completely on. Ta'ed bumbled up to Eric. His is almost fully closed. His speech slurring. Eric figured he was rolling on a handful alludes. Maybe in some smack wars harp player Lee Oscar made eye contact with Eric for long enough to give him a dismissive head. Shame Jimmy was getting near their stage that night. Imagine that shaking off the greatest guitar player in the world from climbing on your stage. Imagine telling yourself that you didn't want Jimi Hendrix of all musicians to join you on the stage to play. Music Dude. Had been wicked messed up tomorrow and the next night was a different story. War was back onstage. Ronnie Scott's and Jimmy came around again and this time he was with. It was sober enough to give Eric in the band confidence. Jimmy joined the Big Fan playing through mother Earth Tobacco road delivered the kind of frenetic Hornby Solos. He had cooked years before when he was backing. The is pitcher like he was closing up some circle back from the PSYCHEDELIC wilderness. To that slinky raw sound. It reminded the music you come up on as Eric continued to ensure the drugs were safely hidden beneath dug up soil. He thought about all the other times he had sweat it out with Jimmy. Playing Music Party thought of the day the previous year. He and Jimmy sat on the roof of Jimmy's Brook Street flat in London. Near the American embassy in watched US Serpentine anti-vietnam protests saunter by satisfied with the rush burial job. Eric needed discrim. He'd have to check in with Jimmy and Monica leader. He thought back on the advice. I give Monica when she had called in a panic but she was looking for a doctor looking for a friend. Desperately looking for advice given Black Coffee Jesse gives face a good slap. Knock him out of it and Jimmy gone to that place. Before that place were sleep. Drugs met held it all on their perform. Some caffeine backhand he come to how stupid that advice seen him his wrist deep in the Earth outside the stoop of twenty two lansdowne crescent an assortment of evidence in Paraphanelia shoved sloppily into the ground. His friend unresponsive inside on a bed when he realized how serious Monica was on the phone Eric ran over to her flat in record time. He admits pretty the place up. Prepare steel themselves for whatever was about to happen from what was coming. Monica called her ambulance. The Wailing Siren sounds could be heard just blocks away. Paramedics.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"In the sixties protests music had a heavy associated with counterculture your culture folk and rock artists but in recent times hip hop artists an African American jazz artists have carried the mantle because they have to particularly at this moment when so many musicians are experiencing what you may call a political turn and this is connected both to the rise of black lives matter and also to the efforts to generate some kind of resistance to the current administration who live in. That's why we keep going and keep doing this. You know now. In the time period that people are really speaking out. We know this movements. It's happening again. which is Great? The things were you know have been always relevant in many ways. Black gold against both Simone's time in America and her a prolific period of musical activism. Legal troubles persisted throughout her later career. Thanks to unpaid tax bill and protests to the Vietnam War Simone fled first to Barbados and later to Liberia. She remains insistent that her protest songs like Mississippi. Goddamn had made. Did it impossible for her to work in the. US where she felt racism hurt her career. Have mercy on this land of mind. We all you'RE GONNA get it in time. I don't belong here. I don't belong bad. Believe in prayer. In Europe's relax Jackson to a more comfortable role performing jazz clubs. Such as Ronnie Scott's in London where she played throughout the nineteen eighties she died in southern France in two two thousand three at the age of seventy and her ashes were scattered in several African countries. I saw her perform not long before she passed away. Hey I think in probably one of her last performances in the US there was a kind of restraint to that performance foreman. I miss the the enthusiasm that helped to persuade us. That change was indeed indeed possible. If she were alive today she would recognize that this world would not be what it is today. Hey without those movements and without that music that was an integral element of those struggles..
"ronnie scott" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"That is our future so here's the most important part you think you're younger it's done but it's not because if you wanted to be over you're gonna have to pour some good bacteria back in there and this is like it kind of depends on which company you work for what kind of yogurt they want but they're gonna select their bacteria accordingly dump it in there. yes then I mean this is where the actual well all you have is hot milk at up to this point hot homogenized milk it's when you add that bacteria in to this warm milk that it starts to happen and you want to let the milk cool little bit first because in if it's too hot if you're going to they're going to die but when it cools to something like I think a hundred and fifteen degrees Fahrenheit or lower then you can add your bacteria and they're going to start to go to work and all they're doing is basically fermenting the milk into yogurt that's it yeah which is why if you're lactose intolerant you can still tolerate yogurt because that back here he gets in there uhhuh metabolizes that milk sugar the lactose and and oops out lactic acid and it you can lactic acid is fine on the body yes Sir not only this is just amazing this is when I started to get jazz by the yogurt not only does it break down lactic acid lactose into other kinds of sugars that are more digestible by the human body they these these are bacteria actually deposit in your gut when you eat yogurt they deposited enzyme that helps you break down the lactose that is found in there so they break it down cells and then they help you break it down to use which is why people who are lactose intolerant can still usually eat yogurt yeah unless you have a severe lactose allergy I think it's just intolerance you can usually your order yeah and remember I talked about myself and I like those intolerance in like is it in my lactose intolerant or should I just not eat a pizza and a pint of ice cream right it turns out it's B.. right yeah man if if I needed reasonable amount of cheese and milk I'm fine yeah thus far. what was forty good. the whole world is thanking you. come into that too in that experiment release everyone in this room so so pretty amazing that that your grid deposits an enzyme that helps to break down lactose right yeah okay it gets even more amazing one of the other things one of the reasons why probe why people say you should eat yogurt if you need protein is first falls from milk so there's tons of protein yeah but secondly the the **** are the bacteria in there actually break down the protein so it becomes what's called more bio available it's easier for your body to take in which normally your body is have trouble absorbing protein anyway but if it does you'll get your your guy but then also it actually synthesizes some vitamins out of whole cloth like there there may not be a lot of fully found a milk there's more of that found in your group because these bacteria during fermentation produce folate which is something that you really want and need especially if you're pregnant so there's there's just some amazing things going on during the fermentation project process from milk yogurt that makes it its own thing it's it's much more than just soured milk it's something it's like a new thing yeah and the fact that they they found accidentally from caring sheep's milk around in some animals can or animals stomach as it is ten thousand years ago is just makes it even more fascinating yeah that's awesome and the fact that you can add fruit on the bottom. is really the the ice for Americans of a gimmick and I think that was all about the gimmick I'm sure than some board room they're like it's interactive it's fun actually I know the story behind that interactive and fun is probably the words they used it was it was actually a suggested in nineteen forty seven I think by a young guy named Juan Metzger whose dad was one of the co founders of Dan and and he was just a lowly bottle washer at the time but he suggested that as a way to get Americans to eat it but at the time the USDA said you can't mix anything with dairy products is against the law. somehow Danning convinced the USDA that no no the freeze on the bottom so it's not really mixing if they put it on the top the USDA would said that's mixing they mixed it homogenized it I guess they would have they would consider that mixing but the fact that it was on the bottom that is why they got away with it somehow doesn't make any sense to me it's like the the jeopardy being somehow different from the typical quiz show you know it's the same thing yeah but they they U. S. T. U. D. A. went along with it and that's why it was fruit on the bottom interesting yeah there wasn't like some senator from South Carolina and it said. your accountant on the good people of America. to mix their own fruit. the only thing that it was supposed to be it sounded like Leonardo di Caprio in matching going stays really did like he was the the senator man that Missy that that whole sister sub plot winning a subplot it was so strange in that movie which which remember earlier to Capri owes like sister arrived or whatever yeah and he was just like where's my beautiful sister it was just so over the top in strange and it was never explained like are they lovers is it like what's going on yeah so weird of love Clinton team as the man I love hate it. really I don't hate any bit of it I love it I think he's far too indulgent these days but even like the hateful eight huh. you know. I like the first four innings are you are you looking forward to the Manson family one is zero yeah I mean I I go I go see all of them and I think they're all worth while in their Tarantino movie so I kind of just put my tongue in my cheek and laugh no matter what but Moses best one in your opinion well I mean probably reservoir dogs and pulp fiction for me yeah yeah don't get me wrong I am not a hater but there's clearly no one in his camp that's like maybe edit some down maybe don't be in the movie. that'll be the day that'll be the day did you like true romance. yeah but he just wrote that yeah but it's obviously his work you sure he didn't direct it now I love it that's one of my faves the good one I mean like Oahu cast Gary Oldman fatter that Ronnie Scott again that's just so bizarre but I think it was so cool sit down have a role. if you give movies all right so let's take a break and we will get to the bottom of the fruit on the bottom if you will about nutrition and how it is that's real or not right.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Pair of sunglasses. Roussell your show talk radio six eighty WCBS. Thank you so much as always. It is. It is our privilege honor to be here to share with you. I really mean that it is a by the way one of the things I'm thankful for this thanksgiving season. I've been waiting until today to mention this is that I've had the opportunity to work with Gary see ours was back today. Who has been off a couple of days, and he's back, and it has been an incredible pleasure. Working with Gary so far here, and it's just. For me, one of the things that make this make this particular job as fun and rewarding as it is to have this incredibly bright mind, the side of the glass, and he is an integral part of making this show. What it is and has been since day one his advice in his perceptions are just tremendous. I can't thank you enough. And I'm very thankful for that. I really am. I was gonna say that last week. But I didn't know if you're listening because he was often doing stuff stuff doing kind of guy. I wanna make sure that you heard it, so Gary, that's genuine me. All right. I want to make sure we do have time to talk about some of these comments made by Rodney, Scott. We'll be back phone calls in just a second. You for that? Rodney Scott chief patrol agent for the San Diego sector. He's the guy who was in charge when five hundred of the Honduran horrid decided to bum rush the border. Carolyn Maloney, who is by the way. Congresswoman from New York Democrat. She defends the migrants saying migrants at our border or looking for help yet instead of greeting them with understanding you deploy teargas shameful and disgusting. So who were these people at the border out of the total forty two there were seven females and there were a few children. But the vast majority were adult males, the vast majority of those rested, we're adults males. But what about those people who are women and children will they be welcome. This country history would indicate most of the family units will get past that first stage, a credible fear. They will claim fear. They've been very very well. They've been coached very well on the trip up here. But most times the males single males do not a single males do not since. And this isn't mine numbers. This isn't Trump's numbers. These are numbers being reported by every single reporter who has gone into the into the interior of the hunter and hoard the vast majority eighty to ninety percent of those in the hunter and horrid are young single men coming for asylum. They're coming because they want a better paying job or they're coming because they're gangbangers hook up with risk is MS thirteen or they're coming because they're developing new mules to run their drugs. It's not ladies strollers and little grandma's. Ronnie Scott the last couple of soundbites you heard that's when he meets us appearance on the story with Martha Kalemie was also over on chicken noodle news. Listen to what he observed at the border. What I find unconscionable is that would people would intentionally take children into this situation? What we saw over and over yesterday was that the group that caravan as we call them what push women and children towards the front and then began basically rocking our agents. You would. Push the women and children to the front. So that the cameras would see the women and children, and then they begin to throw rocks at the ages. That's who we're dealing with. Bruce Elliott show WCBS. Now,.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on Amanpour
"Joining me much for having me. She may be modest. But if that assault is held off it is not a modest accomplishment now for some solace where better to turn then to culture from the fly and Jurassic Park independence day. Two four. Jeff Goldblum is a familiar face to movie lovers, but his latest project may come as a surprise a jazz album with Goldblum at the keyboard since playing local jazz clubs at the age of fifteen. He is always had a love of music. And now that passion has transformed into a new album. I sat down with him in London's famous Ronnie Scott's jazz club to discuss music movies and to get a little private performance. Jeff Goldblum, welcome to the program. Thank you, very very much. It's thrilling to be here. It's great to see you here because I see you on the silver screen, and I had no idea actually, my ignorance did not know that you ah jazz impress you narrow path Ciara tell me what brought you to jazz. How long have you been doing jazz music will tell you a Christian? I grew up in Pittsburgh, but you've been there. So my parents rideaid was doctor and I- parents gave us music lessons for kids. Me the Pinot around ten years old. And that was the story, you know, around the same time he would get he would bring home my dad. Eric garner records, who's also from Pittsburgh, some people know wonderful jazz pianist, and he kind of like jazz my dad, so I was I was exposed to it then I had lessons, and I was kind of a poor student and wouldn't really I had a facility for it. You want to do something here. Well, no, well, this is the first time. I'm you know, we're gonna play here like. This is the first time I'm sitting at this. I've never been to this before. Except now in the last three minutes since we've been setting up, and and we're going to play here in about a week and. Does is it or inspiring? I mean is it slightly intimidating? Well, I'm I'm too stupid to be intimidated. And and piano and music. Never had. I never had like acting was I wanted to be an actor in the worst way when I was a kid and had this sort of I knew I had to make my way and make a living. And and, but it was a passionate odyssey romantic adventure wild adventures me at the same time, piano. Was this thing I was doing, but I just loved doing, and it's remained kind of that. So I'm a little I'm still a humble student of it under. But it's all fun. And this record that we did just kind of happened accidentally through the great people deca, and I'll tell you all about that. But you know, like that riff. Oh, what would you want to you? I'll send you. I to easily Christine. I fall in love too fast. It cetera et cetera. That's a little that's a little. So I just you said you wanted to be an actor. Yes. But you from what I read afraid of that ambition. You thought perhaps your parents will people wouldn't approve it. I I read that you wrote DA God where did you write it on my shower door? Well, I kept it as a secret that I thought they'd be disapproving. Although my dad was a doctor, but he had flirted with the idea of being an Acura myself. But no, it was so he had said to us that if you find something you love doing that may be a lighthouse at a compass for your vocational choice around ten years old. I also literally I started out. But I did this part of camp thing went to camping. And they were there, and they said did you like doing that? And I got the seat of an idea, but kept it secret because I was thinking I was kind of embarrassed about it. Nobody I knew was an actor. Then it started developed into this obsession by the time. This shower business started around ninth tenth grade. I went to Carney a million diversity and around that time. I was. I really was I must be inaccurate. And every morning, I would take a shower and the door would steam up, and I'd say, please God, let me be an actor wipe it off because I still hadn't talked told them in when anybody to read it. No..
"ronnie scott" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Radio will get you talking no selfish selfish pride hey it was yesterday to see what pride in their using that very differently now though because having seen you a number of times at ronnie scott's it has much more of a jazz fail now i was trying so hard to prove that i was the sole thing i ever the better blue eyed sore finger now i just sort of try to let the song the thing i mean yeah it's it's different because i tour with a different sort of band i haven't big band arrangement of that which is cool curtis tigers in the big band i'm not sure why you ask that but no well it's a sort of question that i ask the big but well i do it sounds good the big bank with this week with the ronnie scott's jazz orchestra so it's curtis tigers and the ronnie scott's jazz orchestra is that relative to what was exactly however you're you're going to have to happen i'm i'm at the wigan the wigan international jazz festival those are the only two tom's wiggin and international rim put together it's actually a really great jazz festival i mean it seems surprising but wigan puts on a great jazz fest i've seen i've seen some great jazz there and of course i've played what i like to think was was great jazz saying this the rugby in northern soul really and then football too though right doesn't we're to have a pretty decent people sorry actually know that they don't have a good football no anymore i wonder if they won the fa cup a few years ago sorry i know nothing about british football but i know you went to go watch the england football game yesterday did i i watched the we are the sweet sweden sweden and then and then i burned volvos it is time we went people he went and just trash things i know it is as they were just looking for the right allen wrench trying to get out the wigan jazz fest thursday and then friday where in birmingham at birmingham town hall and then saturday we're at the henley festival i'm looking forward to that now i think we gotta was last week was sort of but yeah we're on the floating stage the ronnie scott's jazz orchestra floating stage right pretty much the same place we might move a couple of inches either would be great if he just drifted all just went off ended up to see ended up in france that's fine that's that's where the next tour stop it wherever the the commencing jess and then we ended up sunday night at the london palladium and we're we're we're actually selling i'm i'm proud to say were selling a lot of tickets you need to go get your tickets soon can i tell them where to go or is that no no no we love telling people staggers dot com is my is my website and it's tiger tiger's with an sm i mean i still have the rent s either curtis steiger's that's a lot of s's yeah the haven't got one of those typewriter all jamming on this typewriters anymore penny i meant the typewriter wiki on the computer i'm off to does this do they listen to you in scotland on this is this is not only nationwide this is actually international we sometimes get we sometimes get tweets and and various other however that people get in touch with us from people in america after australia keep plugging i'm gonna be at the edinburgh jazz festival the eighteenth and the nineteenth of july with another big band that ryan quickly big band on the eighteenth and then curtis tigers in the wrong quickly big it is something like that and then and then the next night i'm.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast
"Yeah it's like a foot like oh no no no ross how did you so you left college you go under photography guitar shop code orange in hoc concentrate and ice to me roy gallagher would coming stevie wonder would come in i remember once sending was my in england you to think to saturday job which to make extra money you worked on a saturday whether it was in the pipe around with that was my job and i remember one day this out this trump came in and i can't do the voice i haven't got any banners i said we've got some kate keyboards like a fall faysal whatever we had and we we said but make sure he doesn't steal anything sweet what should not never heard of him ross skews him wa my fault so this guy comes in we think is a tramp and of never did know who he was a next know i see playing ronnie scott's someone who tom whites no one knew who he who he was this was weights come on yes into look at let's put it that way rod stewart covered on these songs tom thumb tom trump blitz blues knowing critique does a bit of acting yeah he was in dracula was the crazy guy dracula okay yeah he came in and we'd get remember stevie wonder used to coming because he used orange a little studio downstairs and then on member pool costs off a free we bought his guitar and fa like because he wanted to buy heroin obviously that's why he sold it she's a drug at eight and then the guitarist up on myden dave murray came in with his dad and his dad bought the tolerance pay purchase thing in england well you could just pay weekly and he's still got it i remember that and i remember randy california spirit came in and he was completely out of it and the best one came in was tiny i owe me once this was in late nineteen seventy two or three when all young.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"In doc to the point bye bruce hornsby christian mcbride and jackie ginette brings us the end today's asked for this is the title cut from the cd called camp meeting jazz greats with the bruce hornsby formerly of the range and touring with the grateful dead and before that need sony did dark day alive version from live at ronnie scott's a new release out on gearbox records and before that the fever corporation did a nice cover of the doors strange days from versions i'm etl esl music a a cd of all covers before the boy did riders on the storm another doors tune and pink solid ism from shallow and profound mole listening pearls yonder boy from hungary and before that we heard yonder boy doing sustainable development from passive control on the same label before that one giant leap with grant lee phillips and forest andy did racing away from their first release simply called one giant leap on the palm pictures record label and before that from italy mop mop with the american vocalist anthony joseph did spaceship earth from lunar love on the gogol record label from israel darshaan did sing a new song from raza chant records that's a brand new release and from iran mcdon did a thousand strings from the road on the nova record naval took wise did love on a rainy day from compilation district came with the current edition of song lines magazine and we started off that set back at eleven o'clock with i know i brought him doing for no apparent reason from the astounding is of rita his two thousand nine release on abc m we'll have the bbc news coming up in three or four minutes and after that it be a public affair today host alan rough could be discussing the life and legacy of.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Whoa the next on today's globalists' have you ever wondered why some clubs bars and restaurants come and go with the season's while others as from generation to generation with rotates near sixty year history ronnie scott's john slope here in london has established itself as one of europe's finest music venues hosting everyone from miles davis and nina simone to jimi hendrix or monaco's daphne karn as is paid visits to learn ronnie scott's secret of longevity quit there's always a new kid on the block in soho adding to the huge diversity of restaurants cafes pubs bars and clubs in what's one of london's most popular and statement neighborhoods one day you'll having a drink at a cocktail ball the next it's been shut down to make way for the latest trendy botoga joint but there are some buildings who sign agenda zayn have stood the test of time one of those is for street number forty seven which for over fifty years has been the home of a real london institution ronnie scott's jazz club boy the jazz is undoubtedly a continually evolving form of music from dixieland to swing bebop and ragtime to free form and jazz rock fusion that the design of the archetype who jazz club stands largely unchanged ronnie scott's is perhaps as classic a jazz club as you'll find in appearance style and atmosphere let's take a look inside on simon cook and i am the managing director of ronnie scott's jazz club the clubs been around for fifty eight fifty nine years so virtually everybody who you've heard of injustices played here nina simone ella fitzgerald miles davis charles mingas and very young swinging roaring big band buddy rich and his orchestra.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
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"ronnie scott" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Bjork ticket trip back with this week's brock almanac what's up fans of rock and roll it's me all free ground here as police to take you want it should back in time to this weekend rocket low history starting igniting sixty five of the rolling stones satisfation hates number one in the uk man no he 1966 the beatles start a sixweek run a number one on the album chart with revolver the man's 9th us charttopper jammed with favorites like eleanor rigby taxman end yellow submarine yeah nineteen seventy jimi hendrix makes his final public appearance jamming with eric burden in war had ronnie scott's club in london and as we can 1979 who perform in the us for the first time since the loss of german keith moon at the capitol theater in the say new jersey there's or look back at this week's rock all iheartradio goes one on one with pete from fall out boy talking about taking risks with their music to renew point in us doing this if we were trying to push the envelope a little bit no and i think that he may be out of you've had any songs that were like kind of like you know easier like yeah this one for sure gonna work out but yeah i mean like do the had like surf guitar with asean full from the monsters that i i think we all of those little risky boat i don't know i think that taking chances licht the payoff fuel so much better when it's something as offended view keep listening to.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on WLAC
"The 1966 the beatles third a sixweek run a number one on the album chart with with volver the 9th us choi her jan but favorites like eleanor rick the tax man end yellow sally yuille all the 1970s jimi hendrix makes his final public appearance jamming eric burden in hat ronnie scott's club in london as we can 1979 who perform in the us for the first time since the loss of trump's keith moon at the capitol theater is this a new tears there's or look back this week's rock almanac fifteen towns will ac boards from the box for studios at los angeles here's tom we've got thursday night football tonight two teams staring down the barrel of low into houston texans cincinnati bengals we'll keep you posted four day games in baseball today played under god's lights the way baseball was meant to be play red sox beat the frigate a six two boston's lead over the new york yankees in the american league east as now three and a half games the diamondbacks scored five times in the first ending a never looked back arizona ice teed colorado seven nothing and t h i n a posture iffy cards marlboro the reds five two thanks to a true run bomb by tommy fab ever.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Makes his final public appearance jamming with eric burden in rural ronnie scott's club in london and as we can 1979 perform in the us for the first time since the loss of german moon at the capitol theater in the say new jersey there's or look back at this week's rush almanac fleiss talkradio is nice because it keeps you informed no have him on newsradio 1410 wdov the prime holy cow logo sean spicer's america deserves an older truth optout congress what do you make of the deal with a debbie wasserman schultz is i t's advisers wife now ready to deal will loo i don't wanna talk out of school here but i think you're going to see some revelations that are going to be pretty profound and the fact is this a wife is coming back from pakistan and he is willing to to face charges of were i think there's a good chance is she's going to reach receive some type of immunity to tell a larger story here this going to be pretty disturbing to the american people and his it's always ironic to me that when you see these kinds of things happen where you have someone that has the ferry is certainly not the best interests of america within the it system of the united states congress and they're on their are being paid by a member of congress it's really pretty pretty frightening i mean ah in the former head of the democratic national committee with my point who who was out in disgrace while i just you know i'm always amazed you know how the the democrats can talk about russia so much they couldn't find rush on a map twenty years ago and they didn't see them you see the soviets is even much of a threat to the world when they were our primary fear enemy and yet when all of a sudden that they see something that they might try to to discredit this president with then all of a sudden they find their tongue and find russia and it's interesting how long it's taken to bring to ground these two people who obviously as were their conduct appears every bit criminal wonder every bit even treasonous land certainly the complicity of an elected member of congress makes it all the more troubling and fascinating to follow which we'll we'll be i'm sure the media will have a.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on House of Carbs
"There was you know the brisket the beef ribs which to be honest most most charleston's had never seen you know a flinstones sized beef rib being served this way and from what robert f must hold me you know all all the biases you'd imagine oh you know this is poor country you know we don't do beef here they every single scrap like and that's when john lewis realized you know i should move out here i should i should make this my corner uh so is he i know that that now fastforward a two thousand sixteen he has an an you know which is last year he has a brick and mortar establishment in in charleston is he fulltime in charleston he's fulltime in charleston now and so this is kind of the the great thing about charleston barbecue right now is that lewis barki opened last year and they kyw it was kind of like announced fairly at the same time that he was gonna open his spot and rodney scott was gonna open his and it turns out there are half a mile away from each other whoa so that's kind of the beauty of charleston barbecue right now in the downtown areas that you have two of the best paymasters in america within walking distance of one another and they do completely different styles a barbecue and it's just like a a celebration of of the form and in your experience you went down there you visited with these guys you talk to them how how what are they saying about kind of charleston food market is there are enough of an appetite there's for for for barbecue in charleston shift to keep everybody busy there's a huge appetite for it now there's actually a third barbecue spot there called home team barbecue and that's actually like pretty much nextdoor neighbours to lewis barbecue and so all three places are packed all three places you know do great business it's just people can get enough of it and the thing is all three of them are so distinct in their specialties i would say you go to ronnie scott for the for the port obviously the their ribs are actually their best seller their pork ribs portrait and then you gotta you gotta lewis barbecue for the whole test is all experience addi do and then at home team.
"ronnie scott" Discussed on House of Carbs
"Of them have this kind of distinct split between mustard and vinegar based sauce right and so for the longest time charleston was dominated by muster base sauce up until about five years ago when you know chef started coming in being like we can do a spin on barbecue we can start incorporating you know a bunch of other influences a bunch of other region regional profiles into our food and it kind of came to a head in two thousand fourteen when there was a nonprofit organization a known as the troll sin brown water society okay from what it sounds like they are very big on bourbon bourbon and they created this this invitational called the south carolina texas barbecue invitational where they brought rodney scott who is one of the best the legendary masters in the world and john lewis and scott running scotts based in in south carolina yes right yet wondrous style and so they brought him who is the master of hog barbecue and they brought a texan yeah john lewis john lewis of of franklin fame right yeah he he came from franklin and then he became the headmaster of law barbecue which you are familiar all yes i am yes i know john wealth i yeah i've actually i talked to him and he was like oh yeah yeah so yeah bill brought a bunch of his his kimmel friends and they just kinda sweaty ninety five degrees in austin texas a we we a great big giant beef rips yup god damn or they could anyway please continue yeah so at this invitational there was the whole hog cooked by ronnie scott and then.