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"sam phillips" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:10 min | Last month

"sam phillips" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"By AM six forties Conway show along with you Matt money Smith was on earlier with us if you missed any part of that you can download the show we also played a part where pictures came out with this patch yes ma'am the purchase money show our let's go I think I was going on downtown protests him I just wanted to let you know there's a second protest going on right now I'll put out a tweet later this this afternoon saying that they respect peaceful protests as long it is as it's done peacefully and we're in the second row he said it's outside LAPD headquarters and LEDs are gearing up for another long night look like a ton of people looks like dozens as opposed to hundreds but they are gearing up for a one in for something else tonight as you as you for toll you know I've been around a long time a lot of action L. Adler okay we're going to continue monitoring the situation in the meantime we're gonna move on more news press cops running there right as they went to commercial break that's odd all right very good all right let's do this and see if we can get but really good couple of companies in here small businesses promote the hell out of them and maybe getting sort of like a I like a like a bridge loan right will bridge you from what used to be until you're totally open you may need some help with publicity all right let's do it one eight hundred five two oh one K. F. I who is up here at Tyler first up we have Michelle from Los Phillies Hey Michelle what's going on with you not much how are you all right what do you got for us so my family had a restaurant that is banned in the left field area for forty four years and we are collateral Italian restaurant and we've been like all over the news and stuff but I want to you know come on a little bit okay and what's the name of the restaurant again hello Palermo okay where is it on for months and Franklin I'm near the Greek theatre but just a little bit the opposite direction okay all right that's a that's a great place to have a restaurant absolutely like I told town fielder yeah to jump in here Michelle little we love Michelle I love player about the show's been around our sort of universe with KLSX everything for years to have it only been there a million times I've been there with Sam Phillips have been there with Bryan Whitman that's awesome and what do you guys have any you obviously but you know they can go to the restaurant but you have a website you do anything online yeah I mean we have our website up we've got our Facebook we have phones you know everything you've got it our menus online so if you I thank yeah the restaurants outside of Palermo restaurant dot net and you can go on there and you know yeah I guess we have Facebook your phone number yeah and it's it's great old Italian style with the red table clause you know the the red boots and if I could just imagine how beautiful it smells in your restaurant every day when you walk in absolutely unfortunately with the you know what the guidelines they've come up with the red tablecloth you're gonna probably have to come up for a little while but all right yeah I see where it is now Vermont and and Franklin but I the the one dish there that I the people are talking about here is one is the garlic bread I that is unbelievable and then also the the pasta dishes do you guys make a very original and also here's a here's a social media hi comment the the the bottles of wine that are on the wall of those for sale yes every single one of them and sometimes we have a one cent sales thank you bye yeah you buy one bottle and you get the second bottle for any well that's cool all right that's it but it looks really great and and you know the sign of a good restaurant is when the table the candle on the table also works as a pizza warmer yes that's my favorite part about the the former Campbell I've been a waitress and they are like favorites so you probably were born and raised around this restaurant your entire life yeah I you know I am a year older than that location we used to be on holders and then we outgrew it and my dad moved to Vermont and so I was the baby a crash around at the grand opening I learned how to wait aren't I Martin I've answered phones I imagine when you guys run hill hers everybody at A. B. C. live live their lunch and dinner yeah absolutely met so many people from A. B. C. when they were kids only moved to Vermont they came over with us and the cool thing is we used to actually be a couple of doors down from Leonardo di Caprio out awhile okay so he is in our kitchen all I here's another tweet I ask her about the mac and cheese bites so this is a newer appetizer that we started at the like mac and cheese but I it's beautiful that is great and the fried zucchini looks terrific though yeah thank you Jeannie we make a fresh air you know you chop it up we do everything there you know for the most part there's some process where we don't make but we do everything there and then we have our own specialty pizza that nobody else which is I. P. throws up yet also keep on those pizzas her pieces are incredible yeah and that's something which is banned they look fresh like you know fresh deli cut meat right there with the beautiful tomatoes and lettuce on that that homemade sesame our role that is is just unreal yes we do all that and you know we have our full kitchen so we kind of ourselves you know local cut the bread we bake every day so it's always fresh bread like the garlic bread we make every day till that and that's from our bread but we bake and were you able to keep the old photos around the wall the old restaurant bring over the new one yeah we kept them and we have added them and we we have actually a LAPD like allies back there that will not develop three D. but like other other officers come from other states and countries and bring up a patch from their police department you know I the only time there's been one time in my life where somebody asked me for a photograph so I can put on their wall their restaurant and it's a guy up here who owns Philly's best drive and so I was reluctant to that because I want to feel like like you know like I'm a celebrity a whole I've never considered myself that way and I don't want it if I saw a picture of me on a wall in the restaurant I would stop eating there so I I gave him I reluctantly gave him a picture and then a month goes by two months three months six months and it's not put up on the wall right and so which is really insulting right it's like always one of P. is the city of bite you know asking for a picture them no there's no way I'm ever gonna put up so I asked one day ago yeah Bob but not today guy really care but USP for photo I I didn't see any of the walls here he goes on he goes I goes I'm I've been to some parents to ask you because I lost it where is that great I laws that that's awesome hi I'm Palermo and your name is but shell and I bear family run place can I ask for your you were there every day no I I really go in because I'm a graduate student my dad is there and his name is Tony and my brother is there and his name is Tony and my plan so I don't know how I everybody that's awesome I congratulate you looks like a great place as soon as the pandemic is over I'm a slide in there and eat everything I love it come on in thanks Michelle thank you there she goes Palermo that is awesome Palermo restaurant dot net is the website Palermo restaurant dot net and she seems like a very pleasant person very family oriented loves the fact that her parents have worked their **** off to make this very successful restaurant now they just want to get back to what they do for a living and that is to open and operate a restaurant all right very good R. one eight hundred five two oh one calf I'll take more of your phone calls me back one eight hundred five two oh one K. F. I don't care if I am sick.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Running out with the other roofing company recruited him down the same and I like the way tell your client he reminded me of a Sam Phillips what would you do with me what else is trying to do you know and couldn't finish so what would you like to do we always started in my living room just with a guitar and talking about songs good buddy live in the city the and I would have them sing the songs from his child through the Arkansas the sounds of things saying on the cotton fields when used to pick cotton these Longley the caller on the line and it's he really gave me tremendous patience in this lost music I didn't know anything about and I loved it we were little baby on the cabin floor the law school on the door from the first time they're just machines on the becomes second nature forget the recording this would be the goal to get to that and that's great the.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on Launch Left

Launch Left

08:56 min | 10 months ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on Launch Left

"Would matter matter just sure she'd be well up for it. As long as she got paid I think she'd be into it. I don't know Angelina for listening and but but you know I I became really fascinated with the dirt and grind like the Berlin era of Bowie and thinking about him living on cocaine and peppers and milk and just insanity sanity and of of that time of what I'm calling Glam and I'm kind of doing like a musical thesis on that. That'll be coming soon. Hopefully well. I'm so excited for anything and everything that you have to Buzi Collins. Recently just like I used is to be George Clinton all the way now. I'm just like I didn't even know how much Buzi de oh my God Buzi as a bass player. I've been thinking a lot about Jackie. Lee Design of can as a drummer. There's you know it's like a big Ole. John Norma's quilt Chris Cortez. I said earlier victim of leisure is a great a great song. I like to watch as a great song about nine eleven in the Society of the spectacle. Have you seen tales from a tour bus animated. Yeah I would say I was like do see the sole season yeah bette. Davis episode was awesome because no one ever talks about her and I've been arguing for years. The Mild Miles Davis Miles Davis Miles Miles Davis this was completely inspired by the women in his life like Juliette Greco showed miles the cool. There wouldn't be any cool without her. She was the cool. Oh you know she embodied it and then he met Betty Davis and she was like what is this. What are these loafers like. Let's get it says and I was like Helio This goes you know she goes. She's completely non acknowledged. She has a record a recent more recent record like two thousands or something. That's fantastic like man and she's amazing. It's such a great way to get a microbursts some knowledge through laughter because it's an animated show and it's real stories but they animate the real stories and it's Mike Judge right thank Joe but he's one of my favorite and they did a whole season on the country legends the one before so you get a chance to watch it. I recommend to you and all the listeners out there. That's next and who listened to now or did you share that with us. Like who's WHO's actively part of your ear buds right now. I've been I've been didn't really I've gone through the music that I've found so precious like I found some records. That meant everything to me. Harold BUDD oriented. I got way deeper deep earned Laurie Anderson and listen to you know her whole live all of her live stuff and there's a there's a Brian guys in record that I love. I don't know that I found the real treasures and now I'm sort of looking for disgusting horrible music. You bet pains me and one of those things was always true for for prog always pained me and now now. I've been listening to rush and I actually really like it. I don't know there's I've been listening to things that make me feel kind of sick and give that reaction action because I'm kind of tired of beauty I don't know I'm searching. I'm really in a I'm kinda dry spell of finding new music for the first time friend and her. I want her to host launch. Really you're like a wealth both knowledge and you just got such a gentle voice while you tell us. Can you just keep telling Sam when you guys left and went to the bathroom is that I I didn't. I know that you felt that we were disgusting disgrace depressing things but in fact I was in August I staring across the table at you and and how you are the future and and the the the future is indeed bright thank you. I'm glad you feel that way. I I totally agree and I wanted to make sure that SAM gets share her current earbud listening to current listening to you know I think I can just start the stream of consciousness. I was thinking about one of Randy Newman's songs or you know many of his songs God I just I'm constantly. You know I live my my husband is a violinist and arranger and so and to enter vinyl collector so there's constantly music. He's got some beautiful reggae collections from the sixties where they're doing you know Beatles songs. They're doing all recordings and they're all different well. What's funny is they recorded. Beatles songs with they would give him a different title because they might have changed some of the words or something and and so you don't know Beatles Song and and some of the collections don't even know really who the band is just some of these old you know great recordings recordings and classical. I just found a grieg the the composer that's so beautiful has some beautiful melodies elegies make a note of that says yeah R. E. D. A. G. G. Yeah League yeah. I'm brushing up on a lot of the classical that I didn't hear when I was growing up. You know with my husband. Being a violent does a lot of those things so I'm always learning from him. You know finding new composers and end he s were as I Simone. Are you go to school all the time hi I'm on the avant-garde and lesser known artists and who is the woman the Indian woman that you were talking about that you've been listening to lately Kiss Survey Care 'cause she's lately. I've been listening to her for for a long time but you just played hurting her. You just played it for the first time a few days ago for me and that's just that some other kind of choosing master in my opinion yeah a master. I don't think she was vocalist. In it's it's some other kind of place that you go to listening to that because it you know in my what I'm realizing is that our attention is so precious and so important and that attention that goes into the you know her for instance her singing her whole life the training that she all she did was saying and train and that attention that she paid to to making that music that comes across in such a powerful way that is listening like Pauline Oliveros would talk about you know all life of listening yeah life and it's so interesting because when you were saying you were talking about being happy for the future and I was even thinking King Launch Left Pot podcast. It's I feel that that Si Simone Dog God God Dog Z. Soi the mud dog but I think I think it's all but all of this I think is launching launching life. Not The life to you know make it just a career or handle and reduce it to anything. Reduce it to a contractor. A you know a campaign you know but but a life in a way of looking at things yeah yeah so the and that's what I'm I guess that's what I'm most excited about. That kind of art took is making visual art visual art just for myself for fun to soothe you know myself. When you're talking about making music. Some are on the piano and it's important. It's it is life a very strange answer to what you currently listening to your no. Yours was pretty avant-garde. You're no stranger the strange uh-huh she's no stranger. She grew up with it. You guys what a treat so nice to have you ladies. Do you wish you had a daughter now. No north was totally immature. Just raise me touching. This was really a treat and thanks for sharing during your light and your music and your words and hearts today on lodge left. Thank you as thank you. Hi this is Sam Phillips and the artist I would like to launch is SL Eastwood with her song fucked up insecure neurotic emotional fine.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Leave your answer and tell us why. I tell you buddy. This whole island was. We play together. Got. As often as possible. We'll take a trip to the desert island Papa quarter in the desert island jukebox plan track. We cannot live without Jim. This week. It's your turn. Well, Greg. Obviously after that great chat, we had with Susan movies and music, and the perfect pairing of the two were on my mind. I'm usually two or three years ahead of you on movies, but that's only because my wife is the editor of movies at your paper. She's often bringing something home and she had to twist my arm to watch this film that she was excited about, and I was skeptical Meco nineteen eighty eight. This is a twenty seventeen interesting collaboration between artists in Italy and Belgium, a female director, Susanna Nicorette shot in English starring a Danish actress Trine dryhome. Apparently Trine was a big star in her native Scandinavia began singing. As a teenager, the director Susanna, and train the actress, spent tons of time channeling late era. Nico. Now, Nico famously was the singer for the velvet underground on a few songs on the first album. Andy Warhol shoved her down John cale and Lou Reid's throats. It resulted in moments of brilliance. She had a long solo career. There are moments of greatness in that solo career, but by nineteen eighty eight, when this film is almost entirely set, she was a heroin addict. She was bitter. She hated the idea that she was defined all these decades later by a couple of songs that she done in one year in her career early on, she resented the Warhol fame. She resented the velvet underground, but she needed tour, especially in Europe. These sleazy punk clubs in order to buy Aaron and pay her rent. You know, I saw Niko in that era. It was not pretty. It was sad. She was a haunted woman, you would not think this is an uplifting movie. But in many ways, it captures the soul of really complicated artists and the music is delivered with passion by this woman who I, I don't know how she channels this. One of a kind in to tonic Shantou's of from the nether world. You know, Meco dies in a bike accident, not long after the period in this movie ends. I'm going to go to one of her best songs that has become a YouTube classic in recent years. Thanks to its use in another movie. These days was used with great effect by Wes Anderson in the Royal tannenbaums. And then it started to much like Hallelujah started to appear in soundtracks everywhere. These days is now ubiquitous. A fascinating song. You know it was written by a sixteen year old Jackson Browne who comes from the. The west coast is bumming around New York. You know, the post Dylan folk seen hoax up with Nico. Romantically gives her this great song. It's a sewn that that kind of, you know, he's hinting at the despair in her life before any of that stuff that that happens over the next three decades that there was much despair about. I've been out walking. I don't do that much talking these days. You know, I, it's a haunting beautiful song. And this is the version from the movie with train dryhome singing. You would think, man, it's tough to imitate Nico or better. Nico, I think it's beautiful version of the song. So these days the Niko song from the film, Nico, nineteen eighty eight..

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"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Did they. And the acid with time lights. It's really exciting, and I also think that's a power of how Mark uses music because it's it's emotional. It isn't just, you know, it's really. He's a painter of Weaver, you know, he uses a little bits of it here and there. So you hear the Sovan s. o. come down at the very beginning with them roller skating. It's really cool, but then it will keep coming around and around and and it it hits up. Pete's people really feel like they have a relationship with that song. By the time we get to the end of the series. I think that's what to me makes a big difference about how it is, and it's it's always what's conveying the emotion that the director wants to convey. As you know, always tell people. Music is point of view. Our job is supervisors is to make sure that everybody's understanding the different points of view that are possible. And for someone like Shomar. It's really working backwards from where he's trying to go with the characters because he's this is how he this is him the, I'm working with him. It more in the composer capacity. This is what we need to do here and where we're going here. And he's he's very clear about the emotions of what he wants to do and there's no nothing is in there casually. I wanna talk more about your work in movies. You did the music for Eitan that 2017 film that Craig jealous be made about Tonya. Harding controversial figure skater. Always say, Tanya, tell the truth. There's no such thing as truth. Everyone has their own truth. Do you ever feel constricted by the time periods that you have to pick music from? 'cause all, although I Tanya takes place in the eighties in the nineties, the soundtracks almost entirely seventies hard rock. Why was that? Tiny was a film that I came in fairly late on in it was a film that had that Craig had had cut his film using a lot of source music and songs are tend to be really expensive, but also nobody wanted to be in that movie. I have to nobody. So when I walked in the door, kind of more is like, we're hemorrhaging over here and we don't know how to save this film, and I was super busy and going, oh my gosh. And I looked at the movie and I thought it was really good. The first thing I realized was that we have to change the narrative about what people think about Tonia Harding and to to do that and to try and flip that around. And so he had already known that he wanted to use a lot of seventies music, which was a little odd because it really doesn't have anything to do with that period that time that Tonya Harding didn't happen in the seventies. And so. Formed her right. You could say that, but it really for cry. You know, this goes down to the power music and film was that when I set to crack while the seventies music and there was a lot of mush is already to American hustle. That was like how that was already featured in American solar this or that, which I, which I love, you know, and and David wrestles does to, you know, he he, you know, when you influence other directors, it's amazing and he was like, well, I, you know if there's something really emotional and worm about those rock songs in the seventies. You're in my way. That..

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"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Which it always very much Mark planned it because he doesn't use composers. So we are having to tell our emotive story through the licensed tracks, which is very unusual for any director to kind of know that going through that, I'm not going to use a composer. We're gonna handle all these emotional beads through our through these characters. That's an immed- khloe you know was really, she's the one that sorta was helping everybody narrative -ly through her ipod. Tell that story was also a character in shop objects. Alice who helps tell the narrative with music on her ipod. She's a fellow patient in the hospital with Camille. The show's protagonists, they were both dealing with problems with self harm. Alice teaches Camille to use music particularly Led Zeppelin as a way to escape the internal distress. The pain that she. Experiencing what I loved about Camille was that she didn't know anything about music. She gets into the hospital and she's there with the young girl that you know, kind of looks at her and says, what kind of music do you play or do you listen to? And she's like, I don't. I don't like music. I never really listened to music and the girls like jaw just falls Lor. She's she's like, what? No wonder your girl. And she to girl and she goes, but I can get out of here and that I love that so much that she could teach somebody older than her. She's a teenager looking at some in her mid twenties and saying, I can teach you how to fly out of here. You don't even have to be in here and teaching the power of music to escape your situations. Back..

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"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Get. Go covet, go game of the mainland. Prince heads talk about his Jamie Starr carrying. You're right. You know this street hustler the y, you know. All right. You know Mary and and coffee and cocaine or the only revelations here. This is not a great lost. Prince album like, say, the blackout the hard funk record. He had to shelve in nineteen eighty seven. We all scuffed it up on bootlegs didn't come out officially till nineteen Ninety-four are their equivalence like that in these vaults. I don't know. There are revelations here. I don't know if I'll ever listen to it again. I disagree with the never listen to it again remark. I mean, that's your taste. My initial reaction to this record was that it was. It was kind of a throw away. Okay. What's what's this all about? Why's this even coming out and the more listen to it. I already got pulled into the idea that we're getting a window into process here and we so seldom got that with prince. You know, he was very big on. Releasing finished records. In fact, there's tons of finished records in his vaults that I haven't come out. So why this one, the ad made purple rain. You know, he's on the cusp of something really extrordinary, but we're seeing how his mind works and what I loved most about hearing this is his virtuosity as a pianist, first of all, and the joy he brings to the performance is the fact that he seems to be so unfiltered and realizing, hey, I'm just sort of messing around here. Just if owering my mind, letting it wonder. It's pretty fascinating this basically a thirty minutes string of unbroken music here where he's just knowing one. He's into the next, you know, a snippet of purple rain snippet of Joni Mitchell. We'll be. That great gospel track that we just play, which by the way he totally reinvents gyco takes it out of church. There's no big deal to Saturday night scripture isn't there anymore in Mary's. Now, a real person who's your lover's not gonna. Come home, Mary Mary, don't you weep. You know, he's, he's talking about some other subjects. He's blending the sacred and the profane. Don't..

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"sam phillips" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"With this device that fits in the palm of your hand and you walked into sun studios and you know and what's his name is sam phillips and you go this is a recording studio right here he would just you know couldn't believe it because usually you when you walk into a studio in the old days the whole room was walltowall now you've got the palm of your hand all of it when people used to spend millions of dollars to build a studio she made it very easy for just about anybody to record and and and they have well the other thing that's changed the way music's distributed why people obtain it it used to be when robert our starting in this industry you tour to support an album he put the album out your major money off of album sales and you're hoping your tour would break even now it's the other way around with so many fileswapping and and streaming methods to get your music albums aren't selling at least not in the rock genre they still sell well in country and and hip hop and some of that sell well but rock albums don't sound like they used to instead you make you know those fans are making their money on the road they don't make from some sales on their on because because one thing is you have pandora you have spotify you have all these digital distributors totally working against the musician i mean there needs to be a new set of rules and payment there needs to be a model where these digital distributors us like ask gap or bmi figures then giving you like three cents or nine cents or whatever is ridiculous and they make so much money and make so much revenue from their advertising and everything and i think somebody like mccartney or the stones these big flagship bands need to all get together and say hey you need to change you need to change this are were jumping ship and and somebody should start another distributor model with a better paycheck at the end any thoughts on that.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sure just keeps coming all miss gaby moreno is here from that same town just south of here quite a bit sound quite a bit south doesn't mention this is a song that you are well sort of co wrote with sam phillips it's it's one of my favorite songs it's called sister rosetta goes before us written by the amazing and the first time that i that i heard it i just for some reason thought this would sound so good in spanish and so i translated gotta i don't know i think there's something about the melody the music is very romantic and something and i don't usually do it i actually don't really like translating songs but but with this one it just it was like immediate as at home i got this in spanish and it took me a little bit and then i emailed her and i asked her how she would feel about it and she gave me her blessing so with sam phillips blessing here is her mom rosetta well she said she said you know yeah go ahead and do it and she helped me out with some some phrases that i couldn't quite fit because some of the words in the syllables in spanish words a really long anyways but this is my version and it's called sit down down oh boy cornell seek us clo yeah they see to swallow needed sip do responding see only.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just keeps coming y'all miss gabi moreno is here that same town just south of here yes quite a bit quite a bit sound quite a bit south doesn't bare mention this is a song that you are well sort of code with sam phillips it's it's one of my favorite songs it's called sister rosetta goes before us written by the amazing and the first time that i that i heard it i just for some reason thought this would sound so good in spanish and so i translated gonna why one or the other i don't know i think there's something about the melody the music is just very romantic and just something i don't usually do it i don't i actually don't really like translating songs but but with this one it was like immediate i said oh my god this in spanish and it took me a little bit and then i emailed her and i asked her how she would feel about it and she gave me her blessing so with sam phillips blessing here is her mom rosetta well she said she said you know yeah go ahead and do it and she helped me out with some some phrases that i couldn't quite fit because some of the words in the syllables in spanish words a really long anyways but this is my version and it's called rosetta six oh boy seek us me i saw see to swell alabama's sniff and when you leave food see.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

WXAV 88.3 FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM

"Very uptown place where you could buy unusual things you wouldn't have to go to new york that was my idea in fifty six i called sam phillips at sun recording studios i asked him for the moment he gave me one effort and barbara miss tennessee for miss universe cut barbara and i put on our hats and our modeling outfits as as you looked in those days sam said that he didn't know anything about the retail business but it would be glad to talk to you about coming to work for the radio station and he would take me over to meet donald abbott get this long blue convertible with fish spins back that looked so big and long so he had the top damn beautiful day and we drove to wwl and introduced me to i got the job it was just like a fantasy world for me we took people that had just like i did was memphis recording service and later on some records that had no experience whatsoever you're in a big market tennessee was a big market even time radio bam wmd has taken that gives you before i went to work for w h e r i worked for w d which was the world's first black radio station but i worked there as a copywriter i was not an announcer no white people stars they were all black let me tell you about a biscuit baptized this is donna barr lead i remember in particular the flower ads and i wrote spots you bake your biscuit with martha white sev rather flou with hot rise and you got it and the reason i went there is that i wanted to be on the air and i knew i can never be on air at dia eleven minutes before eight o'clock no is we be on standard province the glue cloudy this is wnyc our radio.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on World Cafe

"That's the tyrrell's will you love me tomorrow and speaking to an powers about her book good booty on the credit tip an a a lot of people a lot of people i think c elvis presley as the ultimate musical sex symbol but you really dig in in this book to some of elvis is early formative experiences that trace where his expression came from so what something that's lesser known i think that we should know about elvis's source material for some of his moves in his uh maybe sexual presentation gospel i feel like especially now for some reason it's given lip service but colonel forgotten as this absolutely fundamental foundation for rock and roll and for so music of course elvis growing up in memphis was very involved in christian life he went to church all the time he went to church east trigg sometimes which was a black church and he also went to the is all night gospel sings that were very prevalent in memphis where you could see a variety of will performers often africanamerican and white performers uh even some time sharing the same spaces we have one of the interesting things i guess about that gospel seen is that there isn't as much of a separation between religious and sexual explorations in some of those the the way that you discuss east trigg uh as it was written about as some as a place that was as much a place of worship as it was a hook up seen sometimes sam phillips who ran son studios one of his assistants bob lewis once told an interviewer that these trick baptist church was a date seeing you know it was like the in place to go you'd bring your date there i guess it was a kind of you know.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on World Cafe

"That's the tyrrell's will you love me tomorrow and speaking to an powers about her book good booty on the credit tip an a a lot of people a lot of people i think c elvis presley as the ultimate musical sex symbol but you really dig in in this book to some of elvis is early formative experiences that trace where his expression came from so what something that's lesser known i think that we should know about elvis's source material for some of his moves in his uh maybe sexual presentation gospel i feel like especially now for some reason it's given lip service but colonel forgotten as this absolutely fundamental foundation for rock and roll and for so music of course elvis growing up in memphis was very involved in christian life he went to church all the time he went to church east trigg sometimes which was a black church and he also went to the is all night gospel sings that were very prevalent in memphis where you could see a variety of will performers often africanamerican and white performers uh even some time sharing the same spaces we have one of the interesting things i guess about that gospel seen is that there isn't as much of a separation between religious and sexual explorations in some of those the the way that you discuss east trigg uh as it was written about as some as a place that was as much a place of worship as it was a hook up seen sometimes sam phillips who ran son studios one of his assistants bob lewis once told an interviewer that these trick baptist church was a date seeing you know it was like the in place to go you'd bring your date there i guess it was a kind of you know.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Six forty six all loss full sent breakfast onslaught we'll get yet king add happy birthday of today's show birthdays of course wednesday the 27th of december you share with well a great outisde a brilliant guitarist also somebody was a founding member of the moody blues at a weed dan elay now denny left relatively early and then joined paul mccartney's wings but mart pinta born in the state 1941 was in it for the longhaul and he was a big breakthrough hit from the 1960s we will now such a great show ocean full only stay 1943 yungduk denmark finland actually was a stall before mont pinned tomato moody blows one of the great by splashes of 60s london rock and roll pay from the kinks here the gotten his and he really got me now fear miss so i guess they thought that the heater base that i is another guitarist and not just any old guitarist he was one third of elvis sculpt c and build build black skull timour joined that with elvis presley insist as of sam phillips in some echos in 1954 now wish cushing was real name was winfield scotch more messed around and in the chain much until elvis apparently picked up the guitar i saudi doing now rockabilly hep cat version alban off the big what cut up so that been a minor hitch in america notching forty eight remember this was 1954 and elvis studied strumming i'm playing a whittling around that so what momma scott she more today's birthday boy boot understand 1931 died saturday nonstudents and 2016 he joined in we've built black on the slept vice and rock and roll as we know it was born happy birthday scotty more and he's their first ever single release glad zara at me joe miller on tuesday anyway the fbi side of that sum recalled was the next sunday recorded way back you'd 1954 bill monroe hits allegedly they gave me the rockabilly treatment blue moon of kentucky the move he beside him assad labor played 25 percent of elvis presley odds that translates alone but more st louis pill black as part of that was his backing band they came from while the blue boys because of this song until he joined.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Six forty six all loss full sent breakfast onslaught we'll get yet king add happy birthday of today's show birthdays of course wednesday the 27th of december you share with well a great outisde a brilliant guitarist also somebody was a founding member of the moody blues at a weed dan elay now denny left relatively early and then joined paul mccartney's wings but mart pinta born in the state 1941 was in it for the longhaul and he was a big breakthrough hit from the 1960s we will now such a great show ocean full only stay 1943 yungduk denmark finland actually was a stall before mont pinned tomato moody blows one of the great by splashes of 60s london rock and roll pay from the kinks here the gotten his and he really got me now fear miss so i guess they thought that the heater base that i is another guitarist and not just any old guitarist he was one third of elvis sculpt c and build build black skull timour joined that with elvis presley insist as of sam phillips in some echos in 1954 now wish cushing was real name was winfield scotch more messed around and in the chain much until elvis apparently picked up the guitar i saudi doing now rockabilly hep cat version alban off the big what cut up so that been a minor hitch in america notching forty eight remember this was 1954 and elvis studied strumming i'm playing a whittling around that so what momma scott she more today's birthday boy boot understand 1931 died saturday nonstudents and 2016 he joined in we've built black on the slept vice and rock and roll as we know it was born happy birthday scotty more and he's their first ever single release glad zara at me joe miller on tuesday anyway the fbi side of that sum recalled was the next sunday recorded way back you'd 1954 bill monroe hits allegedly they gave me the rockabilly treatment blue moon of kentucky the move he beside him assad labor played 25 percent of elvis presley odds that translates alone but more st louis pill black as part of that was his backing band they came from while the blue boys because of this song until he joined the army of course back in the late '50s and this was the big breakthrough single when elvis signed for one million dollars that went to send fix to rci great song.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A big little lies glove that a court then you know you know the thing darlene definitely you know there there's some interest but you know that has crossed her fingers and will food out there i mean so you just have a is that how it works you guys have an agent that does that this from the book yeah people you'll have a film agent on our literary you can also um for sometimes fokker on that she's she she's really wellconnected and and often will felber on book into film to go yeah i mean i i would love that i think it would make a great movie um and i met we at book expo last week we met had michael murray and i think he could great neck he would and you know what he is so amazing and i haven't heard if they're going to read new son records uh and so fade sam phillips and sun records and it was all filmed in memphis and he is was he's just the camera loves him and he's really like grown into you know his maturity yeah well because if we know someone tree young younger nsaif but he's very charismatic on screen you'd be wonderful yet really nice we met him at the we have gotten invited a party because he has a book coming out and was really party and we went up and he did a facebook live with us he took it up the book i had a planet he is real and guys good luck in the war wow i know him and he was like such a charismatic sam phillips and i i was a memphis like a few weeks ago and the guy said sun studio son records they were like we all of memphis is a keeping their fingers crossed that that show we'll get renew because it was such a boost into the economy in the used all these local places and that's great had michael murray i'd like when the good widowed know who would cast him as i kept in the net would you would you cast says jacks oh my goodness i don't know uh and i knew your mouth play hey i was thinking about jonathan lawrence for eleven the her what do you think for jack i'm thinking of the gal whose name i can't think of the hill honestly way keep beckoned there a and i don't know.

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"sam phillips" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"sam phillips" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We you know there there's an interest but you know to discuss your fingers and we'll put out than i mean so you just have a is that how it works you guys have an agent that does that that's from the book yeah people you'll have a film agent on our literary agent also um sometime fokker on that she's really wellconnected and and often will tell on look into film to so yeah i mean i i would love that i think it would make a great movie um and i met we at book x the last week we met chat michael murray and i think he could great neck he would and you know what he is so amazing and i haven't heard if they're gonna read new son records uh and played sam phillips and sun records and it was also found in memphis and he his was he's just the camera loves him and he's really like grown into you know his maturity yeah well because if we also one tree younger nsaif but he's very charismatic unscreened i give you wonderful yet he's really nice we met him at the time we have gotten invited a part of the of the book i mean out and it was really party and we went up and a facebook live with us he took it up through the book at a planet near real and grave goodlooking wow wow i know it and he was like such a charismatic sam phillips and i i was in memphis i give a few weeks ago and the guy said son a studio or son records they were like we all of memphis is keeping their fingers crossed that that show we'll get renew because it was such a boost in the economy and they used all these local places and that's great had michael murray i'd like to see when the good widowed know who cast him as i kept in the neck thing which would you cast as a jacks oh my goodness i don't know uh and i knew here without me i was thinking about jennifer lord for dylan and her what do you think for jack i'm thinking of the gal whose name i can't think of the gilbert oh i'm she's honestly lake keep beckoned i and i don't know her face doesn't move you don't want her no have has it's like that the woman who's i'm old lorry.

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