Today's slow drag is with “Episode of Blonde” from “When I Was Cruel,” released in April, 2002. The songwriting is credited to Elvis Costello. Show Notes: ---------------------- Appreciation written, produced, and narrated by Remedy Robinson, MA/MFA Twitter: https://twitter.com/slowdragremedy Email: email@example.com Podcast music by https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Rate this Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/slowdrag ---------------------- References: Elvis Costello Wiki Resource, “Episode of Blonde”: http://www.elviscostello.info/wiki/index.php/Episode_Of_Blonde “Episode of Blonde”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoGCWtp4UIY Main Wiki Resource, “Peroxide Side” Blunt Cut: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cruel_Smile “Peroxide Side” (Blunt Cut): http://www.elviscostello.info/wiki/index.php/Episode_Of_Blonde “Un Chien Andalou,” (The Andalusian Dog) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB7gd_t6WMQ “Colorless green ideas sleep furiously”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorless_green_ideas_sleep_furiously “Governing English: Prescriptivism, Descriptivism, and Change” https://exhibits.lib.ku.edu/exhibits/show/english-language/governing-english “Skittles – History and Useful Information” https://www.tradgames.org.uk/games/Skittles.htm Purchase “The Most Terrible Time in My Life…Ends Thursday” https://www.amazon.com/Most-Terrible-Time-Life-Thursday-ebook/dp/B07XLXS5PL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=Y4SGCT62WPEK&dchild=1&keywords=the+most+terrible+time+in+my+life+ends+thursday&qid=1608873405&sprefix=The+Most+Terrible+Time+in+%2Caps%2C195&sr=8-1 "Episode of Blonde" Lyrics: I spy for the "Spirit of Curiosity" All the scandals of each vain monstrosity I gossip and I pry and I insinuate If the failure is great Then it tends to fascinate A tornado dropped a funnel cloud with twenty tons of rain Though she had the attention span of warm cellophane Her lovers fell like Skittles in a 10-pin bowling lane But nothing could compare with that explosion of fame So you jumped back with alarm Every Elvis has his army Every rattlesnake its charm Can you still hear me? Am I coming through just fine? Your memory was buried in simple box of pine (chorus): Did her green eyes seduce you and make you get so weak? Was there fire engine red that she left upon your cheek? It's such a shame you had to break the heart you could have counted on But the last thing you need is another episode of blonde Revolving like a jeweller's figure on a music box The spangled curtain parted and night-club scene unlocks Pinned and fixed and fastened in a fallow spot Arms thrown out to everyone, she's giving all she's got To the last gasp of a wounded bandoneon A tiny man imploring to the ceiling fan this stolen feeling Amplified up through a busted speaker Blaring, blasting, advertising, distorted beyond reason Into the street where petty crime-coats shadow panic drunkards Half out of the taxi-cab the barker seized my elbow He thought I was another lonely, likely pilgrim looking for St. Telmo (chorus) I tried to keep a straight face but you know it never pays He would stare into those eyes and then vacation in her gaze She was a cute little ruin that he pulled out of the rubble Now they're both living in a soft soap bubble The film producer's contemplating, entertaining suicide The picture crumpled in his fist, his runaway child bride The timepiece stretched across his wrist She couldn't care less cast aside The scent that so repelled him that he swore: "insecticide" And there's farewell note to mother That will conclude "Your loving Son" "Oh, tell your other children not to do as I have done" Did her green eyes seduce you and make you get so weak? Or was there fire engine red that she left upon your cheek? It's such a shame It's such a shame, shame, shame A shame you had to break the heart you could have counted on But the last thing you need Is the last thing you want Is another episode of blonde It's another episode of blonde, oh oh oh It's another episode of blonde So an artist drags a toothbrush across the first thing that he sees And names the painting "Christ's Last Exit into Purgatory" Receiving secret messages from an alien intelligence And Paying off his stalker it's a legitimate expense So paste up pictures of those shrill and hollow girls with puckered lips She's a trophy on your arm, a magnet for your money clip The moral of this story is a sorry tale to say They're pieced with links of chains so they can never run away
Michelle Sabolchick Pettinato is a professional live sound engineer currently mixing FOH for Elvis Costello. Over the last thirty years, Michelle has worked with/for some of the most recognizable names in music including: the Spin Doctors, Styx, Gwen Stefani, Goo Goo Dolls, Melissa Etheridge, Indigo Girls, Mr. Big, Big Time Rush, Ke$ha, Jewel, Adam Lambert, and more. She has participated as a panelist and speaker at industry conferences and various universities, and has also written numerous articles and blogs about industry topics ranging from live sound techniques and career development to life on the road. Mentoring audio students and young professionals is also extremely important to Michelle and in 2013 she co-founded soundgirls.org to create a supportive community for women working in professional audio, while also inspiring and empowering the next generation. In 2015 Michelle was inducted into Full Sail University's Hall of Fame. Most recently, Michelle launched Mixing Music Live, an online video course for Live Sound and Mixing. FULL Episode HERE: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2M8ssxFWfSZ0b5cMj5DZJv?si=2MvWAgUMTnemM-rCkWh_Rw
Author and linguist Remedy Robinson hosts the brilliant Costello-themed podcast, Slow Drag With Remedy. Each episode is an “exploration and appreciation of the genius words, phrases and references found in each song credited solely to Mr Elvis Costello”. We chat about her love of Elvis's lyrics and how that led to her launching the show. Remedy tells me how she became an EC fan, her favourite records and recounts her memorable meeting with the man himself.
March 12-18, 1988 This week Ken welcomes musician, fellow punk kid, and front man of Michael Kane and the Morning Afters (who's new record Broke But Not Broken is great), Mike Kane. Ken and Mike discuss growing up in Worcester, divorce, Kevin Can Go F*@k Himself, how great Wayne is, working in an arcade, Judith Light, MediaPlay, gang fights, seeing people beaten with bats, living in a used record store, tapes, not being able to just leave things in the wild, Elvis Costello, the first comic Ken ever bought, TableTalk Pies, Mary Tonnacocaine, Dennis the Menace, The New Mr. Wilson, cartoon guest stars, Nick at Nite, President style names, is TV getting worse?, feeling old, Generic Price and Bold Flavor, cigarettes, Skor Bars, gummy candies, David Copperfield, Peter Gabriel and magicians, Punk Brewster and "The Gift", Women in Prison, Alan/Miles, Saturday Night's Main Event, Worcester Centrum, Brutus The Barber Beefcake, being slightly less dirtbag than your average kid, Brian Bosnell and the Ataris, The People's Choice Awards, Ken's hatred of Led Zeppelin, The Terminator, Eddie and the Cruisers, Ken's vow to never forgive Baby Jessica, dating Adult Jessica, Jessie Camp, MTV contests, why Perfect Strangers is the best theme song to belt out, covering TV Themes, Ken's dislike of Cocksparrer, arguing with Alf, Christopher Lloyd in The Dictator, WKRP in Cincinnati, I Want to Hold Your Hand, Eddie Deezen, Growing Pains, Head of the Class, Just the Ten of Us, Grease, defending the Cosby Show without defending Cosby, Richard Moll: Dungeonmaster, how unusual bald people on TV was, Lionel Richie's Dancing on the Ceiling, Kenny Rogers, Dad tapes, Eddie Murphy, Bronson Pinchot, the origins of the "horny older lady", how it's ok to be a nurse, Mr. Belvedere, the audience participation episode of Matlock, complaining about the loss of Chuck Connors on Werewolf, and Alf (pictured right).
1. Molly Tuttle 2. Chris Staples 3. Elvis Costello 4. The Eastern 5. XTC 6. Destroyer 7. Luna 8. The Cult 9. The Veils 10. The Kills 11. Felice Brothers 12. The Crystals 13. The Gun Club 14. Penetration 15. Rage Against The Machine
Programa que tem músicas novas da bandas brasileiras Atalhos e Luneta Mágica logo na abertura. Destacamos ainda os 30 anos do disco "Dirty" do Sonic Youth, e Beth Orton, T. Rex e Elvis Costello. Ouvimos também Jenny Mayhem, Marry Cherry, Michael Dunstan, Patricio Garcia.
Jonathan Leonard is the first inductee into the FIVE-TIMERS CLUB, returning for an episode on fan-favorite deep cut "Certain People I Could Name" off of Long Tall Weekend. A nice mailbag starts the episode including some more well-wishes for Flans and a special treat made by a fan, then onto the episode with much samurai movie talk, Elvis Costello comparisons, and covers by friends and strangers as well as first-take vocal performance by Greg. You'll see.
22 July 2022 is the 45th anniversary of Elvis Costello's acclaimed debut album, My Aim Is True. Married father-of-one, Declan MacManus, was a computer operator from London and a prolific aspiring songwriter. Signed to Stiff Records, MacManus cut his first professional album at Pathway Studios, backed by Clover and produced by Nick Lowe. He never looked back. In this special episode to mark 45 years of My Aim Is True, I'm joined by author, TV presenter and radio host, Richard Crouse. A lifelong Costello fan, Richard wrote the definitive book about EC's debut album, Elvis is King, Costello's My Aim Is True. We discuss the impact of the record, its place in the Costello canon and we go through the album track-by track.
Welcome to your Murder Mystery Detour! Once a whenever-we-can, Flex and Herds go live (or undead, as the case may be), to talk about their latest fixations in the crime fiction world, and we hear from you about yours! With Herds unfortunately unwell at the last hour, 2SER's own Sponsorship Manager Dom Romeo stepped in ahead of his trial-by-fire for Tara Moss' The Ghosts of Paris. This iteration, we spoke about:Murder Party - Directed by Nicolas PleskofDark Deeds Down Under - Edited by Craig Sisterson, Published by Clan Destine PressPeril at the Exposition - Nev MarchThe Lost Man of Bombay (Out August 2022) - Vaseem KhanDenizen - James McKenzie WatsonEveryone In My Family Has Killed Someone - Benjamin StevensonThe Files of Young Kindaichi (2022) - Directed by Hisashi KimuraWe also listened to 'Watching the Detectives' by Elvis Costello, but that's been excised for the podcast! Check out the YouTube page for live chat and a bonus discussion about 'The Quarry'.
With Brendan's recent arrival to his new temporary home in Portland, Oregon, the Law Offices of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker examine a new client, Culture Shock-a Khan. The deposition covers Greg's sweaty nipples, the dropsy, chicken and bees, smart mart, rickets, patriotic pants, Circle Jerks, baby alligator, stink eye, Thelma & Louise, Wong Foo, Patrick Swayze, feather boa, Wesley Snipes, hi grandfather, John Leguizamo, chocodile, face diaper, anti-Pfizer, little spit horse, glazed appearance, Bitch Tits Society, gabba goo, terrorism was a thing, Elvis Costello, reverse bris, Boris Badanov, Captain Pickles, New York elitist, Bong Bong Marcos, gelatinous moose nozzle and giant naked blue wildebeest. Buy our merch here: https://my-store-11556994.creator-spring.com/ To access special content go to www.patreon.com/qsblaw and for other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. We are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter- @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr- quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch us on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support
One of the founding groups of heavy metal is Judas Priest, and their eighth studio album entitled Screaming for Vengeance would be their commercial breakthrough album for North America. In addition to the distincive vocals of Rob Halford, the Judas Priest lineup for this album included K.K. Downing and Glenn Tipton on guitars, Ian Hill on bass, and Dave Holland on drums.Judas Priest was formed in 1969, but did not issue a record on a major label until 1977 and their third studio album. Their sixth studio album, British Steel, was the first to feature Dave Holland on drums and is considered their high water mark by most critics. However, Screaming for Vengeance would find both heavy metal and mainstream rock success Friends of the show Joe Davis and John Lynch join us for this album while Bruce and Brian are away. The HellionThe lead track to the album is this short instrumental that builds to Electric Eye.Electric EyeThis track follows The Hellion on the album and is often the leading song at Judas Priest concerts. The inspiration comes from George Orwell's 1984 - the electric eye is the camera that the totalitarian government uses to watch over all in the dystopian community. While not released as a single, this is a well known song played on rock stations at the time.Riding the WindA deeper cut, this is everything you would want in a metal song - fast drums, screaming guitars, and high vocals in a minor key. “Tearin' up through life million miles an hour! Blindin' all in sight, surgin' rush of power! Well I'm riding, riding on the wind.”You Got Another Thing ComingThe first single released from the album is now one of Judas Priest's signature songs. It reached number 67 on the Billboard Hot 100, and it is the only Judas Priest song to make that chart. The song reflects the idea of taking life by the horns, and not letting anything stand between you and your dreams. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Raised on the Radio by the Ravyns (from the motion picture “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”)This movie came out in August of 1982, and would be a mainstay of midnight movies throughout the 80's. This song is the leading track from the motion picture soundtrack album.STAFF PICKS:Favourite Shirts by Haircut 100Rob's staff pick is also known as "Boy Meets Girl." Haircut 100 is one of the New Wave bands which was a part of the second British Invasion. It is a fast song with a conga feel. Everybody Wants You by Billy SquierFriend of the show Joe Davis features the lead track from Squier's album "Emotions In Motion." It hit number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent six weeks at number 1 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The lyrics reflect the hazards of leaning on superficial looks.Eye of the Tiger by SurvivorFriend of the show John Lynch brings us the main theme from Rocky III." It was also the title song from their third album, and the single was released a day before the movie. Naturally it rapidly climbed the charts and was the number 1 song for the month of August 1982. Beyond Belief by Elvis CostelloWayne's staff pick is a deep cut off Costello's album "Imperial Bedroom." A very complex and multi-layered song, the lyrics are also quite clever. "Keep your finger on important issues/ with crocodile tears and a pocketful of tissues." INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Nuevo York by SantanaSantana's distinctive Latin infused guitar licks take us out on this week's podcast.
Today's slow drag is with “The Town Where Time Stood Still” from, well, a few places: “Imperial Bedroom,” “Goodbye Cruel World,” sans a verse or two, and ultimately released in 1995 on the Rykodisc reissue of “Punch the Clock.” The songwriting, and everything else except for drum loop, is credited to Elvis Costello. Show Notes: ---------------------- Appreciation written, produced, and narrated by Remedy Robinson, MA/MFA Twitter: https://twitter.com/slowdragremedy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast music by https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Rate this Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/slowdrag ---------------------- References: Elvis Costello Wiki Resource, “The Town Where Time Stood Still”: http://www.elviscostello.info/wiki/index.php/The_Town_Where_Time_Stood_Still “The Town Where Time Stood Still”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OI69GMlMNVU (demo version) “Almost Persuaded” by David Houston: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbN4r4y3AIY Purchase “The Most Terrible Time in My Life…Ends Thursday” https://www.amazon.com/Most-Terrible-Time-Life-Thursday-ebook/dp/B07XLXS5PL/ref=sr_1_1?crid=Y4SGCT62WPEK&dchild=1&keywords=the+most+terrible+time+in+my+life+ends+thursday&qid=1608873405&sprefix=The+Most+Terrible+Time+in+%2Caps%2C195&sr=8-1 "The Town Where Time Stood Still" Lyrics: I made my selection from the lonely hit parade In the town where time stood still I was feeling very little pain Until some joker played "Almost Persuaded" Now every girl I see Looks so much prettier to me My faithfulness has faded And their looks are sharp as daggers And the conversation heated Since the boys have all been laid off And are walking round defeated In the town where time stood still Somebody in charge must have pretended That the future's been suspended And I say I don't want trouble But I find myself back in it In the town where time stood still I am the man of the minute Teach me to say "I love you" They'll teach you to say "You will do" In the town where time stood still Or maybe I can find a little girl To wind me up with all the usual skills There's nothing else to do but rearrange somebody's features (futures) And trap your figures in the till The bar is full of girls just like the creature with the curse And the food is just like cabaret or vice versa In the town where time stood still Just as my heart went down sinking I found the town was shrinking And suddenly I saw her through the smoke and empty beers In the town where time stood still She might have well have waited years Now I suppose we did some things we used to do But no amount of darkness could ever turn her into you And so I woke up in the town where time stood still With a headache and a heartache And a handful of pills A welcome mat, a scandal rag, and unpaid bills With her head inside her handbag The sign says "please wait to be seated" I only want a cup of coffee I know you can't have your cake and eat it In the town where time stood still Did you hear the news today? It's all bad, did I tell you how I left her so sad? With a headache and a heartache And an hour or two to kill I only wish we were together In the town where time stood still In the town where time stood still In the town where time stood still In the town where time stood still In the town where time stood still
Las auténticas leyendas tienen despedidas a la altura de su legado. Solomon Burke se fue de la mejor de las maneras: con grandes discos, premios Grammy y actuaciones en grandes festivales del rock en los que cantaba desde un trono de oro en el centro del escenario.Tras editar discos menores en los años 90, Burke regresó a la primer línea con el nuevo siglo. Primero llegó The Commitment, un primer paso para coger impulso. Un año después publicó Dont Give Up on Me, trabajo con el que se llevó un más que merecido Grammy en clave de blues y con temas de Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello o Tom Petty, una línea que siguió con Make Do With What You Got, de 2005.Después de esa consolidación blusera, Burke abrazó el country con dos discos preciosos, Nashville, de 2006 y Like a Fire, en 2008. Todavía grabaría dos discos más antes de morir en 2010, álbumes que completan una de las discografías más apasionantes, variadas y sensacionales de la historia de la música.Esta semana dedicamos el Sofá Sonoro a recordar esta etapa y el legado del cantante de la mano de otro vocalista, Jimmy Barnatán y, como siempre, con los reportajes de Lucía Taboada.
Instead of watching a three hour movie about Elvis Presley, hit play on today's episode for a shorter but no less exhaustive deep dive on the real Elvis, Elvis Costello, as actor/comedian and host of the great Dead Eyes podcast Connor Ratliff joins me to make the case for what he considers the ultimate Elvis album, 1991's 'Mighty Like a Rose'. We talk about the album's underrated place in the Costello canon, I check in with the album's producer Mitchell Froom for his memories of making the record, Elvis's dramatic change of look and how it impacted the way the record was received, how the album showcases every string on Costello's bow, the Costello/McCartney that never was and more.
Amy and Beth cover "Watching the Detectives" by Elvis Costello. Listen to the song first before Amy & Beth ruin it for you.Email us at email@example.comVisit us on Instagram at https://instagram.com/sorryiruinedthatsong?igshid=1cqqhy050qg8qVisit us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/sorry_songListen to our Spotify Playlist here:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4TWLMgrKwCQzh24umxIB5R?si=zUmNWqQfRwCBVzvExGLSvACheck us out on TikTok: https://vm.TikTok.com/TTPdMmQJS8/
ras aquellas gafas negras de pasta y ese matojo de pelo se escondía una de las voces más fascinantes de la música y un artista con una sensibilidad especial que fue capaz de cantar desde una vulnerabilidad sorprendente para un tipo nacido en Texas en los años 30.Pero Roy Orbison cantaba con el corazón en la mano y la verdad por delante. La triste muerte de su mujer, seguida por la doble pérdida de sus dos hijos en un incendió marcó para siempre la vida de Orbison.Tras unos años ochenta perdido, como la mayoría de pioneros de su generación, Orbison se reencontró de la mano de Jeff Lynne, líder de la ELO, y fue parte de aquel fabuloso experimento de los Traveling Wilburys, banda que lo juntó con Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Tom Petty y el propio Lynne. De todos ellos, Orbison era el que se encontraba en un momento más complicado de su carrera y el que más fortalecido salió de aquel viaje.Pero fue en ese periodo cuando Orbison regresó también al estudio para grabar un álbum propio después de varios años. Lo hizo con los Hearthbreakers, la banda de Petty, como escuderos y con canciones escritas para él por tipos como Elvis Costello o Bono y The Edge de U2.'Mystery Girl' iba a ser el álbum que consagrase de Orbison como un artista vigente, actual y con futuro, pero Roy no llegó a verlo en las tiendas. Tras unos tiempos de molestias en el pecho le confesó a Johnny Cash que estaba asustado y le prometió ir al médico. Murió unos días después.Con el tiempo aquel disco póstumo del enorme Roy Orbison se ha ido olvidando, pero volver a escucharlo sabiendo su historia es una experiencia fascinante que merece la pena y para la cual nos acompañan Fernando Neira y Lucía Taboada.
Rockshow episode 159 Nick Lowe. RockerMike and Rob discuss the career of Nick Lowe. Nicholas Drain Lowe (born 24 March 1949) is a British singer-songwriter, musician and producer. A noted figure in power pop and new wave, Lowe has recorded a string of well-reviewed solo albums. Along with vocals, Lowe plays guitar, bass guitar, piano and harmonica. He is best known for the songs "Cruel to Be Kind" (a US Top 40 single) and "I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" (a top 10 UK hit), as well as his production work with Elvis Costello, Graham Parker, and others. Lowe also wrote "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding", a hit for Costello and "I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock 'n' Roll)", a hit for Rockpile bandmate Dave Edmunds. He lives in Brentford, London, England. http://nicklowe.com/ https://m.facebook.com/nickloweofficial https://music.apple.com/us/artist/nick-lowe/471958 https://m.imdb.com/name/nm0523013/ https://m.soundcloud.com/nick-lowe Park Dental Care 12419 101st Ave South Richmond Hill Queens (718) 847-3800 https://www.718DENTISTS.com https://lynyrdskynyrd.com/ https://m.facebook.com/LynyrdSkynyrd https://open.spotify.com/artist/4MVyzYMgTwdP7Z49wAZHx0 https://www.rockhall.com/inductees/lynyrd-skynyrd https://www.rollingstone.com/feature/remembering-lynyrd-skynyrds-deadly-1977-plane-crash-2-195371/amp/ https://mobile.twitter.com/skynyrd?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/skynyrd/?hl=en #musicvideo #musicstudio #musiclover #musiclife #musicindustry #musiclovers #musiccover #musician#Alicecooper #musicproducer #musicproduction #musicians #musicislife #musicartist #musicphotography #musicvideos #Music #drummer #Guitar @drummers @spotify @twitter #grammy @grammy @CrueltoBeKind @#NickLowe @NickLowe #CrueltoBeKind Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support
Science fiction author, critic and academic, Professor Adam Roberts, has been an Elvis Costello fan since hearing Blood and Chocolate. Our conversation about his love of Elvis also takes in poetry, the philosophy of Hegel and sex dungeons. Adam has picked out six of his favourite Costello songs for this season's playlist and you can read his 2022 article on EC here.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Franky Perez over Zoom video.Franky Perez' new album Crossing the Great Divide is out now on Black Sea Music.Perez's new songs have indeed been road tested after playing them on three different stages at the Black Deer Festival in the UK in front of cheering crowds and confirming that the songs translate live and work as well as they do in the studio. Kentonline in the UK said he “filled the packed tent with American soul and foot stomping beats. . . with a call and response style provoking the crowd to chant back together.”Leading up to the album release, Perez unveiled “The Great Divide” as well as “90's Love Song,” of which Glide Magazine describes as “a persistently hook-filled song that gives a fluorescent glow to modern pop.” The track was mixed by multiple-Grammy award winner Sebastian Krys—whose recent accolades include producing the latest Elvis Costello album.The new album finds Franky—clean and sober for 9 years—returning to his roots to tell a story of self-transformation. Crossing The Great Divide is full of big melodies, hooks and sentiments that are real and often autobiographical.The new record runs the gamut of Perez's many talents as songwriter and multi-instrumentalist and he played almost everything on it. “That's something I'm really proud of,” he says. “I probably performed about 90% of the instrumentation on the album and I recorded and engineered it myself. If I felt that I couldn't get a certain feel, then I reached out to that particular player to get it.”With a commanding vocal presence and a charismatic personality, singer/songwriter Perez has worked with artists ranging from Billy Gibbons and Joe Cocker to Darius Rucker and Ringo Starr and has also performed with Steven Tyler, Cody Jinks, Chris Janson and Slash among many others. Along the way, Perez has released four critically acclaimed solo albums and his music was featured on six seasons of Sons of Anarchy. He has performed at major events, charities and music festivals all over the world.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #FrankyPerez #CrossingtheGreatDivide #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Part 2 of my conversation with guest Jay Breitling as we discuss our favorite music of the first half of 2022. Show notes: - Recorded at Clicky Clicky World HQ - Breitling's #5: Papercuts with a solid effort featuring gratuitious Mellotron - Kumar's #5: Spoon serves up a quality dollop of Spoon - Breitling's #4: Elvis Costello in his occasional rock mode - Kumar's #4: The Smile fills the gap between Radiohead albums with a pretty damn good album - Kumar's #3: Oceanator brings the heat with revved-up guitar attack and a Doofenshmirtzian name - Kumar with the prog-rock contacts - Breitling's #3: WEMA is a London-based Tanzanian electronic act playing hypnotic worldbeat - Kumar's #2: Superchunk with a strong but restrained effort looking at life during a pandemic - Breitling's #2: Debut EP from SF act Neutrals that pushes shorter indie rock songs into long songs - Kumar's #1: Toronto punk-pop act PUP with a great concept album about a band named PUP breaking up - Breitling's #1: Debut album from Chicago's Horsegirl is full of "wall-to-wall bangasauruses" - Looking forward to new releases from Kiwi Jr., Built to Spill, Ty Segall, Sloan, Afghan Whigs Completely Conspicuous is available through the Apple Podcasts directory. Subscribe and write a review! The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.
WGN Radio's Dave Plier and The Drive's Bob Stroud celebrate rock radio in Chicago and introduce Dave's radio special ‘Legends of Rock' featuring rock icons Stevie Van Zandt from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Robert Lamm of Chicago, Mick Jones of Foreigner, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick, Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon and a conversation […]
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Randall Poster is a Grammy-winning music supervisor for film, whose recent work includes "Don't Worry Darling," "No Time to Die," "The French Dispatch," and "Summer of Soul." His current project, For the Birds, is a 5-part series of original recordings inspired by birdsong, featuring contributions from some illustrious names; Mark Ronson, Elvis Costello, Jelani Cobb, Tilda Swinton, and Matthew McConaughey appear among the 242 total tracks. Poster joins us to discuss the project, which will benefit the Audubon Society.
Topics: Dobbs, neighborhood report, backyard and stoop hangs, Oliver annual checkup, new Delta headhouse/terminal at LaGuardia, trip to Boulder, Dead and Company at Folsom Field, altitude effects, Uber/Lyft prices, last day of school, American Museum of Natural History, Hayden Planetarium, Woodstock, Saugerties Lighthouse, C'mon C'mon, The Kids in the Hall, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Steve Reich: Reich/Richter by Ensemble Contemporain, The Resurrection of Rust by Elvis Costello, Farm to Table by Bartees Strange, The Spur by Joan Shelley, 'Carolina' by Taylor Swift, Home Before and After by Regina Spektor.
Squeeze enjoyed huge success in the UK from the end of the 70's and in North America from the 80s onwards. The songwriting team of Glenn Tilbrook and today's guest Chris Difford were labelled as heirs to Lennon and McCartney in the early days and have collaborated for decades on so many big hit singles and albums. They also played a set on the first ever MTV Unplugged too! Chris Difford joins me in a quick chat to talk about their early beginnings, their hits, and his time with Elvis Costello and Elton John among other things. Chris will be performing at the Cornbury Festival which is on between the 8th and 10th of July. For more information visit www.cornburyfestival.com
Marv talks with Stu Arrowsmith about his Elvis Costello related podcast, his career in radio, and other subjects that happen to come up. #DangerousAmusements #Elvis Costello #Stu Arrowsmith Dangerous Amusements on Twitter Dangerous Amusements on Instagram Dangerous Amusements on you podcasting app Marv's links
Dennis Locorriere has been the voice of Dr Hook for over 50 years, achieving number 1's in 42 countries and countless gold and platinum records. We talk about Dennis' early days in New Jersey and the formation of Dr Hook, and how Sylvia's Mother put them on the map… plus the true story of the REAL Sylvia and her mother… We discuss Dr Hook's stratospheric success and what's kept their music in people's hearts for over five decades… And there are incredible tales about Shel Silverstein, Billy Connolly, Elvis Costello and more, over an illustrious and phenomenal life and career, that's still going strong. And as always, there's plenty more. www.dontfretaboutdebt.net/blethered/ Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanmcdonald01
My guest is Grammy-Nominated engineer/mixer Rachael Moore. Rachael primarily works with T Bone Burnett and, as a result, has worked with Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Elvis Costello, and Jessica Chastain. Rachael also has a hectic freelance schedule working around Nashville, where she is currently based. In this episode, we discuss: Early Years in Texas Getting Your Feet Wet at Full Sail Internship with Jacquire King Meeting Your Heroes Community of Success Dealing with Challenges Sound Emporium Financially Making it Work Learning to Tune Pianos Thinking Outside the Box Working with T-Bone T-Bone Burnett How You Make People Feel In a Session Do's and Don'ts with T-Bone Freelancing Home Studio The Traveling Rig Dealing with Recalls Advice for the Up and Comers Financial Lessons As You Grow Think of income as a triangle The Value of Being a Good Human Being Matt's Rant: Sonic Space Links and Show Notes Rachel Moore Instagram WCA on Instagram Matt on Instagram Connect with Matt on Linkedin Current sponsors & promos Credits Guest: Rachael Moore Host: Matt Boudreau Engineer: Matt Boudreau Producer: Matt Boudreau Editing: Anne-Marie Pleau WCA Theme Music: Cliff Truesdell Announcer: Chuck Smith
Tras comenzar a tocar el piano de oídas a los 4 años, de estudiar durante años y de grabar grandes discos repasando el gran cancionero estadounidense, Diana Krall hizo algo extraño. A los 40 años la pianista compuso sus primeras canciones y editó un disco con ellas, The Girl in the Other Room (2004). Un salto al abismo inspirado por la muerte de su madre. Con este disco, Diana Krall dio un paso nuevo en una carrera magnífica que la había colocado como una de las grandes voces del jazz actual, pero con aquel trabajo buscó nuevas direcciones, La Chica de la Otra Habitación es un álbum hermoso y melancólico que nos sirve para hablar de lo que sucedió antes y de lo que vino después. En esta entrega de Sofá Sonoro nos adentramos en los inicios de Krall, en su fascinación por Nat King Cole, en su gira y disco con Tony Bennett hasta llegar a su relación con Elvis Costello, marido de la pianista, que la acompañó en este álbum en el que Krall compone por primera vez inspirada por la muerte de su madre. Para este viaje por el jazz de Diana Krall nos acompañan Toni Castarnado y Lucía Taboada.
La semaine dernière, on a redécouvert du Lazuli, Kidromi, The Shirelles, Love Lokombe, Lalo Schiffrin, The Avalanches, Idris Muhammad et plus… Et vous connaissez les règles : 14 010 morceaux et seulement quelques élus ! Aurons-nous la main heureuse ? Florian Bouhier et Nicolas Hauducoeur débriefent le Biches Festival et on parle du festival Periph' à venir ! Tracklist : Naughty By Nature - Written On Ya Kitten (Remix)BLK ODYSSY, Benny the Butcher & George Clinton - BENNY'S GOT A GUNThe Stranglers - Midnight Summer Dream Daphni - CherryQuinzeQuinze - Vega Harvey Sutherland - Age Of AccelerationMalcolm McLaren - World's FamousEsther Phillips - Every Time We Say GoodbyeGiuni Russo - Tappeto VolanteMazzy Star - Fade Into YouDebussy - Estampes III. Jardins sous la pluieA.G. Cook Feat. Charli XCX - XcxoplexFivio Foreign, Kanye West & Alicia Keys - City of Gods Waze & Odyssey - EverythingElvis Costello & The Attractions - Everyday i Write The Book Crayon - Fake Paul Anka - Eso Beso Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
A trip down well some call it memory lane others say its the essentials. No matter how you look at it the 80's produced some of the most timeless popular music of all time. In this fact we take the sub-genres of the era and give you every Wednesday a mix of Post Punk and New Wave classics with your awesome request in the mix. Hosted by Danny Diess and sponsored by iheartradio apple and spotify is "Post Punk New Wave every Wednesday live from 12 noon to 2pm(pst). This week featuring request for Naked Eyes, Billy Idol, Pat Benatar, Depeche Mode, The The, Split Enz, Simple Minds, Culture Club and more.© Copyright Danny Diess 2022.
Michael Jackson tribute at the Tony Awards, we see it Eli Zaret's way, riveting Jan 6th hearings, the last days of George Michael, KISS TV, Justin Bieber's Ramsay Hunt syndrome, and Elisa Jordana updates us on commodities & Andy Dick court appearances.Marc is on a family vacation across the USA. Trudi used to take dumps in the car on her family road trips back in the day.Eli Zaret drops by to yell at Deshaun Watson, yell at LIV Golf, yell at the Detroit Tigers, yell at Tony La Russa, and kindly ask you to see Dr. Yaldo to improve your quality of life.Ozzy Osbourne is undergoing a pretty big surgery and we wish him well.The stock market got smoked today. Cryptocurrency is doing even worse. Celsius has frozen all activity. Jack White wants NOTHING to do with NFTs.George Michael's final days were filled with drugs and male prostitutes. A new documentary is coming out about the troubled singer.Tampons are the new baby formula. They are in full stock at the U of M male bathrooms, though.Other USA shortages: Lifeguards. Energy.Amber Heard is on a media tour now, starting with the Today Show. She's still rich enough to travel around in private jets unlike you.Michael Jackson's totally biological children honored him at the Tony Awards.COVID vs Rock Stars: Mick Jagger has COVID. Steve Lukather has COVID. Edgar Winter has COVID.KISS Deep Dive: Ace Frehley BOMBED on Tom Snyder. Gene Simmons acting a fool on Mike Douglas.Bob Saget was honored at the Critics' Choice Awards. Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute is available on Netflix.JLo is whining about the Super Bowl Halftime Show.The migrants are coming.The Jan 6th hearings have great ratings but are incredibly boring. Highlights include drunk Rudy Giuliani was in Trump's ear. Ginni Thomas really wanted to overturn the election.Elvis Costello vs Rod Stewart.31 Patriot Front members from 10+ states were busted attempting to riot at an Idaho LGNTQ+ Pride event. Sweet uniform, guys.Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!Drew's Virginia Tech Hokies lost in the super regionals and were stripped of the sledgehammer by the NCAA.BranDon updates you on the latest celebrities who need YOUR money via Cameo.com.Many famous celebrities went to visit Mike Tyson while was in jail.A new video dropped about Andy Dick an it's not flattering. Elisa Jordana joins us to try and sell us gold, discuss her reunion/court date with Andy Dick, and promote Kermit and Friends.Julia Fox is trying to get noticed by shopping in her underwear.Read this story about David Hogg if you want. We're not going to, but you can.Justin Bieber has Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and has to cancel some upcoming shows.Britney Spears wedding recap! She and Sam have officially slapped a restraining order on Jason Alexander.Drew hopes that you will review the show on Spotify so he can have more reviews than Jameela Jamil.Elisa's reference to Jim Morrison's brother-in-law who used to work with Larry Flynt means we should play the Cliff Notes version of The People Vs. Larry Flynt.Enjoy an encore of when Drew and Mike had some tips for Geena Davis in the ABC production of Commander in Chief.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Two Cow Garage "The Heart and the Crown"Richard Swift "Broken Finger Blues"JD McPherson "Just Around The Corner"Kitty Wells "Guilty Street"Adia Victoria "Devil Is A Lie"Blue Mountain "Bloody 98"Fats Domino "When I Was Young"Memphis Slim "We're Gonna Rock"Wilco "Falling Apart (Right Now)"Elvis Costello & the Roots "Sugar Won't Work"Eilen Jewell "Back to Dallas"Rick Danko "What A Town"Eddie Hinton "Brand New Man"Hot Water Music "Trusty Chords"Joan Shelley "Over and Even"Superchunk "Endless Summer"Joseph "Come On Up To The House"LaVern Baker "Bumble Bee"Little Brother Montgomery "Michigan Water Blues"Bob Dylan "Precious Angel"Labi Siffre "I Got The..."Kendrick Lamar "Auntie Diaries"Hank Crawford "Sister Sadie"Arthur Gunter "Baby Let´s Play House"The 40 Acre Mule "16 Days"Old 97's "Rollerskate Skinny"Nina Simone "Do I Move You?"Koko Taylor "I'd Rather Go Blind"Jack White "If I Die Tomorrow"Drive-By Truckers "Forged In Hell And Heaven Sent"R.E.M. "Swan Swan H"Cory Branan "Imogene"Sister O.M. Terrell "Life Is a Problem"Jkutchma & the Five Fifths "Sundown, Usa"Carl Perkins "Poor Boy Blues"Blue Lu Barker "I'll Give You Some Tomorrow"John Prine "Sweet Revenge"Buddy Guy "Outskirst of Town"Junior Walker & The All Stars "Way Back Home"Wynonie Harris "Mr Blues Is Coming To Town"Billie Holiday Orchestra "Summertime"Lucero "That Much Further West"
This episode is part two of Pete Thomas's Interview. Check out Part 1 for more of Pete Thomas! Pete Thomas is a session drummer from Hillsborough, Sheffield who has been playing drums since the age of ten. The bands he played for consisted of The Attractions with Elvis Costello (also known as The Imposters), Jackshit, Los Lobos, and more. He has also worked for artists such as Ashley Simpson, Nancy Sinatrav, Randy Newman, Richard Thompson, etc. Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/
We had the pleasure of interviewing Peter Muller over Zoom video.Pete Muller is a problem solver. Whether he's writing songs for his critically acclaimed albums, revolutionizing the way Wall Street works through applied mathematics, or crafting crosswords for the New York Times and Washington Post, the hyper-talented renaissance man always seems to have his eye on unlocking some deeper level of understanding, on reaching some higher plane of enlightenment. With his touching new album, Spaces, Muller takes on perhaps the biggest puzzle of them all: himself. Recorded with Emmy Award-winning producer/arranger Rob Mathes (Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Sting), the collection is lush and timeless, balancing head and heart in equal measure as it wrestles with questions of love and connection and purpose and identity. The writing here is tender and poignant, fueled by profoundly empathetic character studies and remarkably vulnerable acts of self-reflection, and the performances are warm and dynamic to match, mixing singer/songwriter intimacy with classic pop charm and jazz sophistication. Add it all up and you've got a rich, moving work of radical honesty, a powerful collection that leaves no stone unturned as it examines the tension between duty and fate, between commitment and escape, between who we are and who we're meant to be. After releasing a pair of early albums, he got married, moved to California, returned to the business he'd founded, and became a father, but the fire in his belly never went out, and in 2014, he returned to the studio to record his third album, Two Truths and a Lie. During the recording sessions for that collection, Muller would be introduced to Avatar Studios, which, under its original name of The Power Station, had hosted the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, David Bowie, and Bob Dylan. Like the similarly legendary (and now lost) Hit Factory, the studio was under threat of being sold and redeveloped as condos at the time, and Muller decided to use his resources in partnership with the City of New York and the Berklee College of Music to save, renovate, and re-launch it as a world-class recording and educational facility. Muller's new album Spaces is about our greatest quests in life, and how they often bring us right back to where we started; our greatest revelations come not from any destinations, but from the paths we take along the way. Sometimes the puzzle is the answer. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #PeteMuller #Spaces #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Topics: Trip to Philadelphia, Franklin Institute, Liberty Bell, Princeton, Princeton Record Exchange, Golden Touch, stoop visits, roof hangs, Fragole on Court Street, Walter's in Fort Greene, The History of Bones by John Lurie, Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+, 'Flicted by Bruce Hornsby, Harry's House by Harry Styles, Sitting Off the Edge of the World by The Yeah Yeah Yeah's, Big Time by Angel Olsen, Versions of Modern Performance by Horse Girl, From Capelton Hill by Stars, We've Been Going About This All Wrong by Sharon Van Etten, Roscoe's Dream by Mapache, Old and in the Way, Imperial Bedroom by Elvis Costello.
The collaborations discussed in this episode:• When Eric Clapton was brought in by The Beatles...• When the legendary backup singer Merry Clayton was brought in by The Rolling Stones...• When Duane Allman took Wilson Pickett to the next level and birthed Southern Rock...• When Stevie Wonder created a signature sound on the harmonica...• When Jeff Beck joined Jon Bon Jovi...• When Adam Duritz and Mike Campbell helped Jakob Dylan...• When Elvis Costello helped Squeeze with a hit song...• When Eddie Van Halen answered the call from MJ and Quincy Jones...
With Chris for another illuminating insight into the fine art of songwriting is Nick Lowe. Nick is an artist with an incredible decade-spanning career, and in this episode he recounts his start with the much maligned (but influential) Brinsley Schwarz, his time as the in-house producer for Stiff Records, his work with Elvis Costello, the short lived supergroup Little Village with Ry Cooder. And, of course, there's his own fantastic solo career.
The funniest guy you know JON DALY joins Tom and Julie to Kidz Bop a Rage Against the Machine song and talk about his new album DING DONG DELICIOUS! And he brings his saxophone!! Plus Julie introduces the #DoubleThreatChallenge - 1) Count your teeth; 2) Put that number of jellybeans in your mouth; 3) Eat them; 4) Have a nice night; 5) Videotape yourself and put it online. Also Bart Simpson robocalls, Tom's e-meter readings, improv is easy, Elvis Costello at the beach, rock and roll accessories, the Pentaverate, the Prog and Ketamine communities, Krutch Bar, Lorne Michaels favorite jellybeans, Tom's scams, and Anthony Kiedis child actor. Jon Daly's DING DONG DELICIOUS is available June 10th! Pre-Order Now!! https://northernspyrecs.com/product/ding-dong-delicious BUY TICKETS TO DOUBLE THREAT LIVE! 2ND NEW YORK DATE ADDED! *September 28 2022 - Los Angeles - Lodge Room - https://www.lodgeroomhlp.com/shows/double-threat-podcast *October 21 2022 - Brooklyn - The Bell House - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/double-threat-hosted-by-julie-klausner-tom-scharpling-tickets-330645087357 JOIN FOREVER DOG PLUS FOR VIDEO EPISODES, AD-FREE EPISODES, & BONUS CONTENT: http://foreverdog.plus JOIN THE DOUBLE THREAT FAN GROUPS: *Discord https://discord.com/invite/PrcwsbuaJx *Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/doublethreatfriends *Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/doublethreatfriends DOUBLE THREAT MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/double-threat SEND SUBMISSIONS TO: DoubleThreatPod@gmail.com FOLLOW DOUBLE THREAT: https://twitter.com/doublethreatpod https://www.instagram.com/doublethreatpod DOUBLE THREAT IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST: https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/double-threat Theme song by Mike Krol Artwork by Michael Kupperman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On May 10, 2022, the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma opened its doors. This episode delivers a comprehensive overview and review of the Center and the events surrounding its opening. The weekly news segment “20 Pounds of Headlines” covers the May 5 Grand Opening Reception and Dinner at the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, delivers the sad news of the passing of a fellow traveler, updates you on Dylan's spring and early summer touring itinerary, informs you about the results from RR Auction's auctioning of Dylan's 1960 manuscript POEMS WITHOUT TITLES, informs you about the recording of THE GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY'S production, describes the new Dylan sculpture, RAIL CAR, revealed at Château La Coste in Provence, France, and, of course, wishes Bob Dylan a happy birthday and many years. In "Who Did It Better?" we ask you to tell us who did "I Threw It All Away" better: Bob Dylan in 1978 or Elvis Costello and the Imposters (along with Dylan's former guitarist Charlie Sexton) at Cain's Ballroom on May 7, 2022 while celebrating the opening of the Bob Dylan Center? Go to our Twitter page @RainTrains to vote! PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EPISODE WAS RECORDED UPON MY RETURN FROM TULSA, ON MAY 20, AND I INTENDED TO BROADCAST IT EARLIER THAN IT WAS BROADCAST, BUT THE ASSEMBLING OF THE SHOW TOOK LONGER THAN EXPECTED, THEREFORE SOME OF THE REFERENCES TO DATES, SUCH AS DYLAN'S MAY 24 BIRTHDAY ARE MADE AS IF THE EVENT HAD NOT YET HAPPENED.
This week, Rich and Clint are talking the best stage names of all-time, from Freddie Mercury to Engelbert Humperdinck (yes, he actually chose that name), Bob Dylan to Sir Mix-A-lot, what goes into picking a stage name and how, for some, it can unlock their true self. This episode also features a "Mini Age Old Question," about whether Neil Young can change Spotify. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
This episode contains strong language. Hilma Wolitzer lost her husband, Morty Wolitzer, a psychologist who loved cooking and jazz, on April 11, 2020. They had been together for 68 years.Mary-Margaret Waterbury's uncle Michael Mantlo had introduced her to Nirvana, grunge and Elvis Costello.After Terrie Martin's first born, April Marie Dawson, died at age 43, Ms. Martin said she carried around guilt for not taking more precautions. “I killed my daughter,” she said. “And I have learned nothing from loss.”Carmen Nitsche's mother, Carmen Dolores Nitsche, died on May 14, 2020. They were only a few miles apart, but she said she was unable to hold her mother's hand on her final journey.In the coming days, the number of known deaths from Covid-19 in the United States is expected to reach one million.We asked listeners to share memories about loved ones they have lost — and about what it's like to grieve when it seems like the rest of the world is trying to move on.“Time keeps moving forward, and the world desperately wants to move past this pandemic,” one told us. “But my mother — she's still gone.”Want more from The Daily? For one big idea on the news each week from our team, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: As the United States approaches a Covid toll that only hints at the suffering of millions more Americans mourning loved ones, President Biden urged vigilance against a virus that has “forever changed” the country.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.