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Spanarna
Nya åldringar blir allt yngre! Spanarnas Sommarbonus ur arkivet från 2000-01-21 med Calle Norlén, Gabriella Ahlström och Jonas Hallberg

Spanarna

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 31:45


Det här programmet är en sommarbonus ur Spanarnas arkiv. Vi har alltså precis tagit klivet in i ett nytt millennium och så sakteliga försökt börja vänja oss vid att benämna den nya tidsepoken vi då befinner oss i för 00-talet. I panelen denna vinterfrostiga fredag samlas spanarna Calle Norlén, Gabriella Ahlström och Jonas Hallberg. Programledare är Ingvar Storm. Spanarna har sänts sedan slutet på 80-talet och det här programmet är en sommarbonus ur Spanarnas arkiv! Vilka trender diskuterades då och vilka spaningar slog in?Calle Norlén har hittat exempel på storslagna klantskallar där både nationella och internationella galaproducenter liksom rymdforskningscentret Nasa får sig en dänga.Men det spanas också om hur världsstjärnor som Iggy Pop, David Bowie och Mick Jagger liksom andra dåtida samtida åldringar plötsligt börjat bli allt yngre. Åtminstone enligt oraklet och spanaren Gabriella Ahlström som slår fast att i framtiden kommer den kronologiska åldern spela allt mindre roll och att vi kommer börja använda oss av två åldrar att förhålla oss till istället för en.Slutligen så bjuder Jonas Hallberg på en språkspaning som heter duga där vi inte bara uppmuntras utan uppmanas att vända oss till skönlitteraturen för att vårda språket i framtiden. Vi bör besöka så kallade andliga gym mer ofta menar Hallberg.Spanarna ur arkivet från 2000-01-21 med Calle Norlén, Gabriella Ahlström och Jonas HallbergCalle Norlén: Det våras för klantskallar.Gabriella Ahlström: Nya åldringar blir allt yngre.Jonas Hallberg: Skönlitteraturen - en räddning ur grodträsket.Programledare Ingvar Storm.Under Spanarnas sommaruppehåll bjuder vi på tidigare program ur Spanarnas arkiv. I poddarna som vi kallar för "Spanarnas Sommarbonus" kan du lyssna på nypublicerade avsnitt från vårt arkiv. Det vill säga program som inte funnits tillgängliga i vår app Sveriges Radio Play först nu! "Vanliga" direktsända Spanarna är tillbaka i augusti igen.

Zärtliche Cousinen
Iggy Pop´s Wagenheber!

Zärtliche Cousinen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 73:32


Die 150. Jubiläumsausgabe ihres zauberhaften Podcasts läßt die Zärtlichen Cousinen kalt. Kein Brimborium, kein feierliches Pathos, keine langweiligen Elogen - Atze Schröder & Till Hoheneder liefern stattdessen ganz einfach eine klassische Cousinenfolge voller Witz, liebevoller Frotzeleien und pointierten Alltagsbetrachtungen. Und genau dafür werden sie von der Cousinen-Community geliebt, denn Freitag ist und bleibt Cousinentag! Prost! Salute! Die Chefcousinen sagen Danke an alle Cousinen und sich auf die nächsten 150 Folgen! - - - - - Diskutiert mit: mail@zärtliche-cousinen.de

#StillHere: A Survivor Podcast
Addiction: Iggy Pop

#StillHere: A Survivor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 52:51


Show Notes Iggy Pop is the alter-ego created by musician Jim Osterberg. Iggy is mostly known for being the excentric and violent lead singer of the STOOGES and for the albums he recorded with David Bowie. He is also often referred to as the Father of Punk. Iggy became famous not only for his new punk sound and his androgynous look but also for his antics on stage, which include cutting himself, rubbing himself with peanut butter, flashing the audience, humping various objects, and leaping into the audience. But these antics hid a painful addiction to drugs that sabotaged his career and his life for years. He nearly died numerous times. His music inspired David Bowe, Nirvana, The Clash, the Sex Pistols, the White Stripes, Nine-in-Nails, the Rollings Stones, Arrowsmith, and more. Sources: An article in OUT Magazine https://www.out.com/entertainment/popnography/2012/06/29/iggy-pop-wishes-hed-had-more-sex Gimme Danger Documentary on Prime https://www.amazon.com/Gimme-Danger-Iggy-Pop/dp/B089Y5JRMX Open up and Bleed book by Paul Trynka Article in Rolling Stones by Edmond O. Ward https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-album-reviews/the-stooges-180002/ Cream magazine Send us your survivor stories at stillherepodcast1@gmail.com Follow our blog:https://stillherepodcastblog.blogspot.com/?zx=bdf63318207981ff Check out our social media pages: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stillhere.podcast.21 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stillhere_podcast/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/stillherepodcast1/_created/ Recorded by Nate Brown at Rocketskates Recording in SLC, Utah. https://rocketskatesrecording.com Support #StillHere: A Survivor Podcast by contributing to their tip jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/stillhere Find out more at https://stillhere.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/stillhere/f51108ba-979e-4761-aceb-28a4f7d59241 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK
#653 : Hunt Sales / Musician, Drummer, Songwriter

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 58:39


Today we have another drummer/songwriter on the show Mr Hunt Sales. You may have heard Hunt laying down the groove on your favorite Iggy Pop records or early Todd Rundgren records and of course who could forget the great Tin Machine with David Bowie. Hear how Hunt and his brother Tony got started back in the day, What it was like having Soupy Sales as his father and what he's working on these days. Thanks for tuning in and please leave a review and subscribe to my Youtube and ITunes channels. Thanks DDR  

It's This Meets That
ITMT Archives: The Dead Don't Die

It's This Meets That

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 32:08


One more week until we're back to our regularly scheduled programming! So Russ hit the ol' ITMT Archives again to bring y'all another early episode he and Jared recorded in 2019. This time, the guys are covering the Jim Jarmusch zombie flick, The Dead Don't Die (2019), featuring an all-star cast including Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Selena Gomez, Steve Buscemi, RZA, Danny Glover, Iggy Pop, Rosie Perez, Chloë Sevigny, and more!

Rarified Heir Podcast
Rarified Heir Podcast Episode #84 : Dr. Tara Candoli Encore (Pete Candoli & Vicky Lane)

Rarified Heir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 72:06


Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast Encore Edition we are talking to Dr. Tara Candoli whose father/Musician Pete Candoli who also happened to be our host Josh Mills' step-father. Which also means, that Josh's mum was Tara's step-mother. Tara's mother, actress Vicky Lane is famous for her portrayal of The Ape Woman in the film, The Jungle Captive & who also had a recording career. As if this wasn't confusing enough, Tara's other step-mother was actress/singer Betty Hutton. Not enough of a showbiz connection? We talk about her grandfather Kemp Niver who won a special Oscar for the preservation of the earliest silent films, actor Tom Neal whose explosive temperament led to scandal & even murder and that's just the beginning. We talk about Tara's professional career as a trauma therapist, making mud pies with Rock Hudson as a toddler, hitting recording and taping sessions with her dad, her wild days as a teenager in seventies LA, iconic makeup men who worked on her mom's films and much more. It's all right here, right now, on the Rarified Heir Podcast. Everyone has a story.

Their Very Best
015 - David Bowie

Their Very Best

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:22


TVB Bonds vs. TVB NFTs; Detox with Iggy Pop; Oblique Strategies for TVB; https://theirverybest.com/episodes/015-david-bowie

Oeverloos
DS Daluiso

Oeverloos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 88:53


Podiumdichter en schrijver DS Daluiso is te gast in Oeverloos over zijn debuutroman Coopertest, en draagt enkele gedichten voor. Hij baseerde zijn roman op zijn bewogen leven als zoon van een Haagse prostituee en een Italiaanse gastarbeider, en vertelt in Oeverloos over dat leven, zijn band met Herman Brood en de inktzwarte humor die hij deelt met zijn moeder. Ondertussen klinkt uiteraard Herman Brood, maar ook Wouter Planteijdt, Iggy Pop & The Stooges, en de band waarvoor Danny een dag weg mocht uit een gesloten jeugdinrichting: Black Flag.

Aperta O Play: Programa de Rádio (Radiocast)

Nesse episódio tocamos: Nirvana, Naked Raygun, Butthole Surfers, The Cramps, Iggy Pop, Lê Almeida, Mattiel, Deafkids, Petbrick, Andreya Triana, Nikitch, BuddieRoe, Maxwell, BRUNO PEREIRA - Remix ANDRÉ ABUJAMRA, Povo Pataxó e Acampamento Luta Pela Vida. Episódio 198 do Aperta O Play veiculado na WebRadio Mutante Rádio em 25/06/2022! Apresentação: Alexandre Okubo, Danilo Soares, Eduardo Ferreira e Pedro Paulo. Artwork by: Paulo Floriani.

This Classical Life
Jess Gillam with... Lavinia Meijer

This Classical Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 28:10


Harpist Lavinia Meijer has worked with an impressive list of people, including Philip Glass, Iggy Pop and Patty Smith, she joins Jess Gillam this week to chat about the music they can't get enough of. Lavinia is declaring her love for the bagpipes with a track by The Chieftains, we've two stunning concertos from Unsuk Chin and Korngold, re-worked film music by Peter Gabriel plus Stravinsky, Alabama Shakes and a very famous Waltz! Playlist: Johann Strauss II - An der schönen, blauen Donau, Op. 314 [Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan] Peter Gabriel - With this Love The Chieftains - The Humours of Carolan Debussy – Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello in G Major, L. 3: Third Movement [Andre Previn (piano), Julie Rosenfeld (violin), Gary Hoffman (cello)] Unsuk Chin - Violin Concerto; Movement I [Viviane Hagner (violin), Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano] Korngold - Cello Concerto in C Major, Op.37; I. Allegro moderato, ma con fuoco [Edgar Moreau (cello), Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, Michael Sanderling]

The Strange Brew - artist stories behind the greatest music ever recorded

David Bowie and Iggy Pop icon Tony Fox Sales celebrates 45 years of Lust For Life in this new podcast interview. The Tin Machine bassist recalls playing for and writing with Iggy Pop and David Bowie plus his time in Runt with Todd Rundgren. Tony sets out with an all-star band on a rare UK […] The post Tony Fox Sales appeared first on The Strange Brew  .

Everything is Personal
GRAMMY-winning photographer, Dre Neumann shot Pelé, Iggy Pop, Josh Homme, Dave Grohl, Lenny Kravitz, Barry Bonds, Pierre Cardin to name a few.

Everything is Personal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 75:09


Andreas (“Dre”) Neumann, Jushi Holdings' Chief Creative Director and GRAMMY® award winner. Dre spent the last three decades at the forefront and intersection of entertainment, advertising, branding and digital sectors, shaping the powerful role that user experiences and branded content bring to the globe. How the creative landscape is shifting with digital and physical convergence. GRAMMY-winning famous photographer, Dre's award-winning work reflects a specific and constant willingness to play with contrast while obtaining stylized, epic and timeless images, and he's shot Pelé, Iggy Pop, Josh Homme, Dave Grohl, Lenny Kravitz, Barry Bonds, Pierre Cardin to name a few. He has illuminated the fascinating world of famous Mexican Luchadores and even co-directed a documentary that tells the story of Iggy Pop and Josh Homme's creation of the "Post Pop Depression" album. Dre's creative innovation carries over into business as an entrepreneur and tech guru, with a background that includes overseeing creative strategies for clients in Silicon Valley such as Apple, IBM, HP, LG and Ericsson; car companies like Rolls Royce and Ferrari; international hotel chains; and as the creator of GUM (see WSJ article here). His newest venture as Jushi Holdings Inc.'s Chief Creative Director is the culmination of his diverse successes, and he's now connecting data, AI and creative marketing approaches to remove friction points that are reshaping how one of the top 10 cannabis companies are thinking about its next chapter.

Vetenskapsradion Hälsa
Iggy Pop - det är aldrig för sent att byta livsstil

Vetenskapsradion Hälsa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 20:05


Rockikonen Iggy Pop, 75, har levt ett hårdare liv än de flesta. Men samtidigt som han gick på heroin och var sjövild på scen intresserade han sig till exempel för makrobiotisk kost. Hör honom prata hälsa och överlevnad med Vetenskapsradions Lena Nordlund. Idag är Iggy Pop, eller James Osterberg som han heter, ett levande bevis på att det aldrig är för sent att ändra sin livsstil.Iggy Pop älskar att simmaI Vetenskapsradion Hälsa berättar han själv hur han gjorde. Han är noga med sömnen, maten och alkoholen. Och har hittat sin egen träningsform som han älskar. I programmet berättar han vad havet och simningen betyder.Lena Nordlund lena.nordlund@sverigesradio.se

Through the music
Through the Music #139

Through the music

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 59:10


Un Through the Music ritmato e estivo per mettere un pò di allegria!

Year of the Iggy
Episode 11: Year of the Iggy: Episode #11 (The Iggy Pop Story)

Year of the Iggy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:15


In this month's episode, Iggy Pop cleans up in the late 80s and returns to his songwriting with a new clarity. 

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Godfather of Punk in Hamburg: Auftaktkonzert Iggy Pop

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:57


Schneider, Dirkwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FazitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Suburban Underground
Episode 320

Suburban Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 59:51


This week we have these artists which include a few songs from soundtracks of movies and/or tv shows sprinkled around the course of the show.  Here are the artists in this episode: Phoenix, Starcrawler, Fontaines DC, Blind Melon, Julia Jacklin, Big Thief, Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet, Medium Medium, Kate Bush, Big Country, Teddybears with Iggy Pop, Midnight Oil, Divinyls, Harold Faltermeyer with Steve Stevens.   On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio      * 5pm Friday *      * 10am Sunday *      * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://209.95.50.189:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!  

TrekCulture
10 Surprising Star Trek Guest Appearances By Celebs - Iggy Pop! Mick Fleetwood! James Worthy! The Big Show?!

TrekCulture

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 12:22


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Kulturreportaget i P1
Iggy Pop: Jag har ett stort ego kopplat till mina kulor

Kulturreportaget i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 13:03


Efter några stillsamma år ger sig rockikonen tillika Polarprisvinnaren Iggy Pop ut på en större turné med närmare 40 konserter under fyra månader. Jag ska köra på tills kroppen inte håller längre, säger Iggy Pop i en exklusiv intervju med Sveriges Radios Lena Nordlund.

Entrepreneur Network Podcast
A Rock Photographer Offers His Creative Advice to Brands

Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 30:06


Andreas “Dre” Neumann is Chief Creative Officer of Jushi, a publicly-traded MSO that includes retails locations, brands, and grow facilities. He is also a photographer who has shot such artists as the Foo Fighters, Iggy Pop, and the Queens of the Stone Age. In fact, it was the latter that led him into the cannabis business. We talk to Dre about why this big advertising exec got into the cannabis business, and what advice he has to other creatives about branding.

Green Entrepreneur
A Rock Photographer Offers His Creative Advice to Brands

Green Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 30:03


Andreas “Dre” Neumann is Chief Creative Officer of Jushi, a publicly-traded MSO that includes retails locations, brands, and grow facilities. He is also a photographer who has shot such artists as the Foo Fighters, Iggy Pop, and the Queens of the Stone Age. In fact, it was the latter that led him into the cannabis business. We talk to Dre about why this big advertising exec got into the cannabis business, and what advice he has to other creatives about branding.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!
TMBDOS! Episode 256: ”Velvet Goldmine” (1998).

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 82:37


Lee and Leah return this week to cover a listener request. This time out it is a film featuring thinly-veiled fictionalized versions of David Bowie and Iggy Pop (and some Lou Reed) in the height of the Glam Rock era of the 1970s - told in the same fashion as a certain specific Orson Welles film - the Todd Haynes written-and-directed-"Velvet Goldmine" (1998). The conversation focuses around the look of the film and the performances; if the way the story is told is effective; the LGBTQ representation; Ewan McGregor's cock and balls; and collecting albums back in the day, to just name a few topics. Lee also introduces Leah to a fun new movie-related game that will pop up on the show again in the future, and they play a few rounds of it. So put on your shiny jumpsuit, throw on some glitter, and come rock with us for a while, why don't you? "Velvet Goldmine" IMDB  Stattogories.com's "Which Movie Has a Higher Rating on IMDB" game  Featured Music: "Coz I Luv You" by Slade 7 "Baby's on Fire" by The Venus in Furs.

Dropped Culture
Top 5 70's Albums

Dropped Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 71:24


It's that time again! This week we present our top 5 albums of the 1970's. Need we say more?What are your favorite 1970's albums? Let us know at droppedculture.com or anywhere you can search Dropped Culture!

The Q Interview
Don Was has figured out what all the great musicians have in common

The Q Interview

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 49:36


Don Was has worked with some pretty incredible artists. Here's just a few: Bob Dylan, Garth Brooks, The Rolling Stones, Aaron Neville, John Mayer, Iggy Pop, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson and Carly Simon. He's also the president of Blue Note Records, one of the most prestigious record labels in the world, and he wrote and performed that song Walk the Dinosaur. So after you talk to Don Was about his career, you're left with a few questions: what were those artists like to work with? How do you make sure your fandom doesn't get in the way of making a great record? And most importantly, what do all of those legendary artists have in common? Don Was has answers for all those questions.

File Under: Entertainment Podcast
S2 - E09 - "I" - Iggy Pop - Insane Clown Posse - with Gallo from 'Sucias Are My Favorite'

File Under: Entertainment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 133:39


It's interesting indeed, inferring ideas from our I artists! Joining me this go 'round, a very special (unique) episode #50 (!) for File Under: Entertainment, is Gallo, from Sucias Are My Favorite, where his episodes focus typically about general conversations about dating, relationships, the kink community, and other adult topics. Plus some basics about kink you ought to know, what it is, what it isn't. First, CONSENT – Believe it or not, K!nk (should not) happen without it. TRUST – you have to trust each other. SAFETY – you have to trust that your partner will be safe. These three together are the foundation of K!nk and with it one can safely explore their own boundaries with someone else. The topics don't end there, though. He's got episodes discussing his time in the military (Army, but we'll allow, lol), also, as a Roller Derby ref, machismo and 'the red pill', and other interesting topics. Gallo is intelligent, well-spoken, and informed. Check out his show. Also making a vocal appearance (twice now!), to shed more light on WHY ICP isn't the most awful band in the land, is Super Producer Jared, from 'Feathers And Friends' and 'Parrot Gaming Productions'. That's right, we get some out of character offerings from Iggy Pop; and.....about what you'd probably expect, I guess, from Insane Clown Posse. The songs discussed, in order, are: Iggy Pop - Lust For Life Iggy Pop - Isolation Iggy Pop - Talking Snake Iggy Pop - Avenue B Iggy Pop - American Valhalla Insane Clown Posse - Bitches Insane Clown Posse - Let's Go All The Way Insane Clown Posse - Please Don't Hate Me Insane Clown Posse - Just Like That Insane Clown Posse - Piggy Pie TRIGGER WARNING: Insane Clown Posse talk consistently about violence, in general, but especially against women in the opening track, and there is also discussion about suicide / self harm in the final track, which leads to a discussion between Gallo and myself pretty extensively about the topic, as well as gun violence and also politics in general. Naturally, we also play "Is It Aerosmith", now with its own thematic introduction! If you, or a loved one, is, or has been affected by sexual violence, please know that there are good people and organizations in the world that can offer help. RAINN is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. NSVRC (national sexual violence research center) has resources to help victims, and, importantly, tips on prevention and warning signs. If you have the means to donate, please do so. Every little bit helps. If you would like to e-mail the show, you may do so at Fileunderpod@gmail.com. You can follow us on Twitter and vote in our polls, (once more people start following to make it worthwhile ;) @FileUnderPod. You can hear more of me, (and guest of the G episode), Mark, at The Evil Mark Show! Find out more information at www.evilmark.com where you can sign up for the newsletter which drops every Friday. Also, check out the YouTube channel here. Smash that like button! Want File Under swag? Of course you do. Go to http://file-under-entertainment-shop.launchcart.store/shop?page=1

Beck Did It Better
94. The Stooges: Fun House (1970)

Beck Did It Better

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 88:23


  OK, we admit it. We have been on a number of dates to psychedelic improv shows with other listeners before. But this week we're here to make some special memories with you when we become the best podcast about the Stooges and the 94th greatest album of all time, Fun House.   But before we get to the album, a voicemail schools the guys on the A.C. Slater, making this our best podcast about Saved by the Bell. Then the guys discuss improv comedy shows, Rube Goldberg machines, how much of your dating history should you share. A couple of the guys also get further on the edge on a Flight Tonight, and its gets hotter than intensity.   Then at (52:00) we're talking about The Stooges' second studio album, Fun House, led by Iggy Pop, or Iggy Soda for our east coast listeners out there. We discuss how the punk movement was a rejection of the hippies, how this is a companion piece to the emerging funk genre, and the best screams in rock music. We also become the best podcast about Greek mythology and mathematicians when the guys explore Rob's Sisaphysian ordeal and the Archimides' screw.     Call or text 802 277 BECK.  Don't be a brat! You can email us at beckdiditbetter@gmail.com follow us on our Twitter and Instagram @beckdiditbetter and feel free to leave a review on your favorite podcast app. Please mention feet if you do review the show. If we can get "ROSIE LOVES FEET" to be something that is searchable online, I feel like this will all be worth it.    Next week we become the best Drake podcast when we talk about Drizzy's hip-hop R&B album and we can guarantee that the Pino grigio spritzers will be flowing!

Now We Know
108. Rock & Rule

Now We Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 61:52


Join Kevin and Chris on a trip into the annals of Canadian animation with Rock and Rule, a 1983 sci-fi dystopian flick featuring the vocal talents of Debbie Harry, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, and Don Francks as deranged super rocker/demonic summoner Mok. This was Canada's first-ever English language animated feature, produced by Nelvana—you know, they of the stately polar bear—and it hauled in a whopping... $30,000 at the box office. Did it deserve better? Time to find out!

What Were They Thinking?

This week, the guys dive into an oft-misunderstood but absolutely insane comic book movie - Tank Girl. Should Tank Girl herself have been a gay icon of the 90s? Is that Ice-T playing a talking kangaroo man? Did the studio interference actually make things... better? How much quipping can one movie handle? NO SERIOUSLY... IS THAT ICE-T AS A TALKING KANGAROO MAN!? Check our social media on Sunday for the Sunday Screencrap and take a guess at our next movie! What We've Been Watching: Ambulance "Cinematic Titanic" Questions? Comments? Suggestions? You can always shoot us an e-mail at wwttpodcast@gmail.com  Patreon: www.patreon.com/wwttpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/wwttpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/wwttpodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/wwttpodcast Theme Song recorded by Taylor Sheasgreen: www.facebook.com/themotorleague Logo designed by Mariah Lirette: www.instagram.com/its.mariah.xo Montrose Monkington III: www.twitter.com/montrosethe3rd Tank Girl stars Lori Petty, Naomi Watts, Ice-T, Don Harvey, Reg E. Cathey, Ann Cusack, Iggy Pop, James Hong and Malcolm McDowell; directed by Rachel Talalay. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Eftermiddag i P3
Skolskjutningen i Texas, Oscar Zia och Djur-Ted är tillbaks

Eftermiddag i P3

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 55:02


Djurälskaren Hanna Hellquist är förälskad i Iggy Pops kakadua Biggy Pop. Christopher Garplind har upptäckt Edward Bloms kränkta sida. Ekots utrikeskorre Cecilia Khavar är på plats i Uvalde, Texas och ger en lägesrapport efter skolskjutningen som skedde. Oscar Zia skapar kaos i studion och snackar den nya serien Allt som blev kvar. Djur-Ted är tillbaka efter några veckors frånvaro! Han snackar om sambandet mellan cancer och myror. Programledare: Christopher Garplind och Hanna Hellquist.

Nordegren & Epstein i P1
Hur rättvis är en ukrainsk rättegång mot en rysk soldat?

Nordegren & Epstein i P1

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 42:08


Att ställa fiendens soldater inför rätta mitt under brinnande krig, handlar det om rättsröta och propaganda, eller är det tvärtom en framgång för krigets lagar? Dessutom: Himlafärd och Iggy Pop. Igår dödades 19 barn av en 18-åring i Uvalde, Texas. Thomas minns skolskjutningen 2007 i Virginia Tech, med 33 döda, där han var en av de första journalisterna på plats. Skolskjutningar följer alltid samma dramaturgi, och de efterlevande får inte sörja ifred för alla journalister. Vilken betydelse har media i det här handlingsmönstret, som hela tiden upprepas på samma sätt vid varje skolskjutning?I Ukraina har en ung rysk soldat dömts till livstids fängelse, trots att han säger att han bara har lytt order, och 40 andra ryska krigsfångar väntar på rättegång. Hur stora krav kan man ställa på en soldat att vägra lyda en omoralisk order? Anna Andersson, doktorand i folkrätt vid Oslo universitet, förklarar vilka lagar som tillämpas.Med i programmet är också Henrik Attorps, kammaråklagare på Riksenheten mot internationell och organiserad brottslighet, som arbetar med att samla in vittnesmål i en förundersökning om krigsbrott i Ukraina. Hur går det till, och hur värderar man sanningshalten i sådana vittnesmål?Vad exakt hände med Jesus under himlafärden enligt bibeltexten, och varför är det bara en av evangelisterna som skrivit om den? Vi gästas av Thomas Kazen, professor i bibelvetenskap, som berättar om Kristi Himmelsfärds teologiska betydelse.Vi pratar också om Nidälvens upphovsman, den norska rörmokaren och motståndsmannen Oskar Hoddø, och om Moder Svea-looken. Och så ska vi få höra Iggy Pop prata med Carl XVI Gustaf om testiklar.Programledare: Thomas Nordegren Bisittare: Louise Epstein Producent: Olle Björkman

Popopop
Serge Kaganski, Sophie Blondy et les Lowland Brothers

Popopop

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 54:23


durée : 00:54:23 - Popopop - par : Antoine de Caunes - En avant, musique ! Aujourd'hui Sophie Blondy et Serge Kaganski viennent nous parler de l'Iguane le plus célèbre au monde: Iggy Pop... Et en fin d'émission, les Lowland Brothers nous offrent un live !

WDR 5 Scala
WDR 5 Scala - Ganze Sendung

WDR 5 Scala

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:06


Themen: Sturmschäden am Clemens Sels-Museum; "Die Bilderkriegerin" kommt ins Kino; Iggy Pop bekommt den Polar-Preis; Walter Moers wird 65; Service Lesen: Krimi-Tipps. Moderation: Jörg Biesler Von WDR 5.

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Iggy Pop erhält Schwedens höchste Musikauszeichnung, den Polarpreis

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 3:35


Arnö, Alexanderwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Studio 9Direkter Link zur Audiodatei

Icons and Outlaws
Foo Fighters

Icons and Outlaws

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 107:41


David Eric Grohl was born in Warren, Ohio on January 14, 1969. Mom is teacher Virginia Jean Hanlon and dad was news writer James Harper Grohl. In addition to being an award-winning journalist, Dave's dad had also served as the special assistant to Republican Congressman and US Senator Robert Taft Jr.  When Dave was young, the Grohl family moved to Springfield, Virginia. When he was seven, his parents divorced, and he was raised primarily by his mom. At the age of 12, he began learning to play the guitar. He grew tired of lessons and instead taught himself, eventually playing in bands with friends. He said, "I was going in the direction of faster, louder, darker while my sister, Lisa, three years older, was getting seriously into new wave territory. We'd meet in the middle sometimes with Bowie and Siouxsie and the Banshees." At 13, Grohl and his sister spent the summer at their cousin Tracey's house in Illinois. Cousin Tracey introduced them to punk rock by taking the pair to shows by several different punk bands. His first concert was Naked Raygun at The Cubby Bear in Chicago in 1982. Grohl recalled, "From then on we were totally punk. We went home and bought Maximumrocknroll, (a punk subculture music zine that ran from 1982 to 2019) and tried to figure it all out." In Virginia, he attended Thomas Jefferson High School as a freshman and was shockingly elected class vice-president. He taught himself to play pieces of songs by punk bands like Circle Jerks and Bad Brains and, using his clout as vice president, would play them over the school intercom before his morning announcements. His mother decided he should transfer to Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria because he was smoking too much weed and it was affecting his grades. He stayed there for two years, one of those repeating his first year.  After his second year, he transferred yet again to Annandale High School. While in high school, he played in several local bands, including a short stint as guitarist in a band called Freak Baby. It was during this period that he thought it was a good idea to switch to learning drums. When Freak Baby kicked out its bass player and reshuffled its lineup, Davel took on the role of drummer and history was made. Show's over, folks! The band then changed their name to “Mission Impossible.” Dave has said he did not take drumming lessons and instead learned by listening to Rush and punk rock bands. Obviously, insanely talented and possible robot and Rush drummer Neil Peart was an early influence: "When I got 2112 when I was eight years old, it fucking changed the direction of my life. I heard the drums. It made me want to become a drummer." During his beginning years as a drummer, Grohl cited John Bonham as his greatest influence, and eventually had Bonham's three-rings symbol tattooed on his right shoulder. Mission Impossible changed their name once again to “Fast” before breaking up, after which Dave joined the hardcore punk band Dain Bramage in December 1985.  Dain Bramage ended in March 1987 when Dave up and quit without warning to join Scream, having produced the I Scream Not Coming Down LP. Many of Dave's early influences were at the 9:30 Club, a music venue in Washington, D.C. He said, "I went to the 9:30 Club hundreds of times. I was always so excited to get there, and I was always bummed when it closed. I spent my teenage years at the club and saw some shows that changed my life." As a teenager in D.C.,Dave briefly thought about joining shock-rocker punk/metal band, GWAR, who were looking for a drummer around this time. At age 17, Dave auditioned with local Washington, D.C. favorites Scream to fill the vacancy left by the departure of drummer Kent Stax. In order to be considered for the position, Dave lied about his age, saying he was 34. I'm kidding but he did say he was older. To Dave's surprise, the band asked him to join and so he pulled a Jay-Z (last week's Icon) and dropped out of high school in his junior year. He has been quoted as saying, "I was 17 and extremely anxious to see the world, so I did it." Over the next four years, Grohl toured extensively with Scream, recording a couple of live albums (their show of May 4, 1990 in Alzey, Germany being released by Tobby Holzinger as Your Choice Live Series Vol.10) and two studio albums, No More Censorship and Fumble, on which Grohl penned and sang vocals on the song "Gods Look Down". During a Toronto stop on their 1987 tour, Grohl played drums for Iggy Pop at a CD release party held at the El Mocambo, which became best known for the 1977 surprise show by The Rolling Stones, which became popular when then Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's wife, Margaret Trudeau, showed up and partied with the Stones.. In 1990, Scream unexpectedly disbanded mid-tour when bassist Skeeter Thompson left the band. Nirvana (1990–1994) We obviously can't talk about Foo Fighters without discussing Nirvana. They'll definitely have their own episode so we won't get too into them today. While playing in Scream, Grohl became a fan of the Melvins and eventually befriended them. During a 1990 tour stop on the West Coast, Melvins guitarist Buzz Osborne took his friends Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic, of future Icons Nirvana, to go see Scream. Grohl called Osborne for advice after Scream disbanded and Osborne informed him that Nirvana was looking for a drummer. He gave Dave the phone numbers of Cobain and Novoselic, who then invited Grohl out to Seattle to audition. Grohl soon joined the band. Novoselic later said, "We knew in two minutes that he was the right drummer." Dave told the U.K. based magazine Q: "I remember being in the same room with them and thinking, 'What? That's Nirvana? Are you kidding?' Because on their record cover they looked like psycho lumberjacks... I was like, 'What, that little dude and that big motherfucker? You're kidding me'." When Dave joined Nirvana, they had already recorded several demos for the follow-up to their debut album Bleach, produced and recorded by Butch Vig. Initially, the plan was to release the album on Sub Pop, but they received a ton of label interest based on their demos. Dave spent the initial months with Nirvana traveling to various labels as the band shopped for a deal, eventually signing with DGC Records. In the spring of 1991, the band entered the infamous Sound City Studios in Los Angeles to record Nevermind as seen in Dave's amazing documentary, Sound City, from 2013. The album Nevermind was released later that year and exceeded all expectations becoming a worldwide commercial success. At the same time, Dave was compiling and recording his own material, which he released on a cassette called Pocketwatch in 1992 on indie label Simple Machines. Rather than using his own name for the project, Dave released the songs under his pseudonym "Late!" In the later years of Nirvana, Dave's songwriting increased. In his first months in Olympia, Washington, Kurt Cobain overheard him working on a song called "Color Pictures of a Marigold", and they wound up working on it together. Dave would later record the song for the Pocketwatch cassette. Dave stated in a 2014 episode of the documentary series, Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways, that Kurt kissed him when he first heard a demo of "Alone + Easy Target" that Dave had recently recorded. According to Dave, "I'd told him I was recording and he said, 'Oh, I wanna hear it, bring it by.' He was sitting in the bath-tub with a walkman on, listening to the song, and when the tape ended, he took the headphones off and kissed me and said, 'Oh, finally, now I don't have to be the only songwriter in the band!' I said, 'No, no, no, I think we're doing just fine with your songs.'" Nirvana would jam Dave's song on soundchecks during their 1991 European tour. Dave reluctantly held back his songs in the beginning. In a 1997 interview he said, "I was in awe of [Kurt Cobain's songs], and [I was] intimidated. I thought it was best that I kept my songs to myself." During the sessions for In Utero, Nirvana's third and final studio album, the band decided to re-record "Color Pictures of a Marigold" and released it as a B-side on the "Heart-Shaped Box" single, with a slight title change; "Marigold". Dave also wrote the main guitar riff for "Scentless Apprentice", another song on In Utero. In a 1993 MTV interview, Kurt had said that, at first, he thought the riff was "kind of boneheaded", but was happy with how the song developed. Part of this development process can be heard  in a demo on the Nirvana box set ``With the Lights Out”, released in 2004. Cobain had said that he was excited at the possibility of having Chris Novoselic and Dave contribute more to the band's songwriting. Before embarking on their 1994 European tour, Nirvana scheduled session time at the popular Robert Lang Studios in Seattle to knock out some demos. The recording session was only 3 days long and Cobain wasn't there for most of it, so Chris and Dave worked on demos of their own songs. They completed several of Dave's songs, including future Foo Fighters songs "Exhausted", "Big Me", "February Stars", and "Butterflies". On the third day, Kurt finally arrived, and the band recorded a demo of a song later Titled "You Know You're Right". It was to be Nirvana's last studio recording.   After the death of Kurt Cobain in 1994, the band known as Nirvana broke up. Dave received numerous offers to work with various artists and there were rumors saying he might join Pearl Jam. Dave almost accepted a position as the drummer for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. He later said: "I was supposed to just join another band and be a drummer the rest of my life. I thought that I would rather do what no one expected me to do."  Instead he booked time at Robert Lang Studios in October 1994 and began recording 15 of his own songs. Dave played every instrument and sang every vocal part on the record with the exception of one guitar part on "X-Static", which was played by Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs,.  He completed an album's worth of material in only five days and handed out cassette copies of the sessions to his friends for feedback.   Dave hoped to keep his anonymity and release the recordings in a limited run under the title "Foo Fighters", taken from the World War II term "foo fighter", used to refer to unidentified flying objects. "Around the time that I recorded the first FF tape, I was reading a lot of books on UFO's. Not only is it a fascinating subject, but there's a treasure trove of band names in those UFO books!" he said. "So, since I had recorded the first record by myself, playing all the instruments, but I wanted people to think that it was a group, I figured that FOO FIGHTERS might lead people to believe that it was more than just one guy. Silly, huh?" Continuing, Dave contends that a better band name could have been created. "Had I actually considered this to be a career, I probably would have called it something else, because it's the stupidest fucking band name in the world."   The demo tape circulated the music industry, creating serious interest among record labels. This WAS the drummer from arguably the biggest rock band in the world, right?  Dave put together a  band to support the album. He talked to Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic about joining, but they both decided against it; Dave said it would have felt "really natural" for them to work together, but would have been "weird" for the others and place more pressure on himself.   Having heard about Sunny Day Real Estate breaking up, Dave snagged the group's bass player, Nate Mendel, and their drummer, William Goldsmith. Dave then asked George Ruthenberg to join the band as their second guitarist. George, better known as Pat Smear, played as a touring guitarist for Nirvana after the release of In Utero. Pat was one of the founding members of the iconic punk band, The Germs, and Dave was a huge fan.   Dave then licensed the album to Capitol Records, releasing it on his new record label, Roswell Records. Get it? Roswell. UFO's?   The very first Foo Fighters show happened on February 19th, 1995. They played above a boat house in Seattle in front of friends and family. They made their official live, public debut on February 23rd, 1995 at a gig at the Jambalaya Club in Arcata California. They just happened to be in the area mixing their album when a local promoter asked the cover band, The Unseen, if Foo Fighters could open for them. They agreed.   Dave and his band of Foo Fighters then embarked on their first US tour in April of 1995 in support of The Stooges and Porno For Pyros bass player Mike Watt's solo tour. This tour featured an additional new band called “Hovercraft”, an instrumental outfit featuring Pearl Jam singer, Eddie Vedder. Dave refused to play large venues or even do interviews to promote their debut album. The first single, “This Is A Call”, was released in June of 1995 and the album, “Foo Fighters”, was released in July containing the follow up singles “I'll Stick Around”, “For All the Cows”, and “Big Me”.   Foo Fighters toured for almost an entire year and then jumped right back into the studio. This time it was Bear Creek Studio in Woodinville, Washington with English producer Gil Norton who produced the Pixies, Jimmie Eat World, Counting Crows and so many more.   Dave, of course, wrote the songs but the band had a hand in arrangements. Nearly finished, he took the rough mixes to LA to finish his vocal and guitar parts. As he was listening to the mixes, something just didn't sound right. It wasn't what he envisioned. The drums weren't perfect, not that they were bad. Dave was a drummer. He knew drums. He had a career based on playing the drums and could arguably be considered one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. So, he set up some drums, mic'd them up and re-recorded the drums for the album. All of them.   Dave wanted Goldsmith to remain as their live drummer, but he was rightfully butthurt. Goldsmith quit. He quit what would become one of the biggest rock bands ever. Recently, drummer William Goldsmith has said “It was a pain in the ass. Like, that's the only band that I wish I could just, like, remove that from.” He continued by saying: “It doesn't matter what happened because the Foo Fighters are like Disney. Everyone wants to love Mickey Mouse. Everyone loves Mickey Mouse, so it's a difficult thing, but sometimes Mickey Mouse is a little rough around the edges. It's a no win scenario, so I'd rather remove it. I think the best thing to do is have a one on one conversation with Mickey.” He has gone to say that he has no ill will towards Dave.   Shortly after this, Pat Smear decided to leave, as well, claiming he was exhausted and burnt out. Goldsmith and Smear were replaced by the late, great Taylor Hawkins and former Scream guitarist Franz Stahl, respectively, although Stahl was fired before the recording of the group's third album, There Is Nothing Left to Lose in 1999.    Drummer Taylor Hawkins had played as Alanis Morissette's drummer from June of 1995 until March of 1997 in support of her “Jagged Little Pill” and “Can't Not” tours.   I thought it would be cool to hear Taylor explain how he wound up being Foo Fighters drummer and Dave Grohl's best friend. This is all from interviews Taylor Hawkins and Dave Grohkl did with NME, Entertainment Weekly and Kerrang.   “I'd met Dave at this [US radio station] K-Rock Christmas show because Foo Fighters were on their way up and Alanis Morrissette was through the f***ing stratosphere at that point,”. “Me and Dave just looked like long lost brothers in a weird way.    “We had a similar vibe and I don't know why. I remember my friend playing with the Foo Fighters before I met Dave and watching them goof around backstage. He said to me, ‘That guy could be like your brother.' “And sure enough, when we met, we just thought, ‘We're brothers from another mother!' It was instantaneous – so much so that Alanis Morrisette just said ‘What are you going to do when Dave asks you to be the drummer in the Foo Fighters?'” “I was driving with my girlfriend at the time, and we were listening to KROQ,” “I heard William had departed and they were looking for a new drummer.”   Tylor immediately called Dave. “I said, ‘I heard you guys are looking for a drummer,' and he said, ‘Well, do you know any?' I thought Alanis wanted to go in a more laid-back direction, and it seemed like the right time to jump. Alanis didn't need me! I basically said to Dave, ‘I'll play drums for you,' and we jammed a couple of times.  “I remember I was at home watching Showgirls with my girlfriend, and Dave called to ask if I wanted to join.” Initially, Dave never thought Taylor would leave Morissette and Taylor's allegiance was always with Alanis; that's why he asked Taylor if he knew of any good drummers. When Hawkins agreed to join, all Dave cared about was that he was getting a friend, not a great drummer.  Dave told Entertainment Weekly, “I sent Taylor a tape of one of the new songs. It was ‘Monkey Wrench.' I went over to his little house in Topanga Canyon, he sat down and played for three seconds, and the first time he hit a snare drum, I knew it.”  Dave knew Taylor was the guy. “I swear to God, I was like, ‘That's all I need to f***ing hear. I love you as a person. You've just given me hearing damage for the rest of my life in three seconds. You have to be in the band.” Later, Grohl said Hawkins came into his life like an F5 tornado. “When he joined the band, his drumming was the least important factor – I just thought I want to travel the world with this guy, I want to jump on stage and drink beers with this person. That was my biggest concern,”. Morissette didn't take Hawkins leaving personally. They remained friends over the years. Taylor has said he would have been delivering pizzas if it wasn't for her. She was the first person who gave him a break in the music world. “She gave me a lot of space to do what I wanted. It was probably the biggest album of the year (referencing her debut album “Jagged Little Pill”), and there was a lot of pressure on her. She was having to learn to be this leader on the job, which isn't easy. But it was really one of the most fun times of my life.” The band announced Tylor would be its new drummer on March 18, 1997. His first appearance with the Foo Fighters was in the music video for the 1997 single "Monkey Wrench", although the song was recorded before he joined the band.   Foo Fighter's second album, “The Colour and the Shape” was released on May 20th, 1997 through Capitol and Roswell Records with the legendary singles, “Monkey Wrench”, “Everlong” and “My Hero” blasting through the airwaves. The album charted at number ten on the Billboard 200 and was nominated for a Grammy in 1998 for best rock album. It has sold more than 2 million copies.   The band then traveled to Dave's home state of Virginia in 1998 to record their third album, “There Is Nothing Left To Lose”. Dave and Pat Smear's replacement, Franz Stahl, just couldn't see eye to eye as songwriters. Dave said "in those few weeks it just seemed like the three of us were moving in one direction and Franz wasn't." Franz was Dave's childhood friend and the decision to fire him from the band was a hard one.    Then, shortly after Franz's termination, bassist Nate Mendel called Dave and said he was quitting to rejoin Sunny Day Real Estate, but the next day changed his mind and decided not to leave.    Dave, Taylor and Nate spent the next several months recording their third album at Dave's home studio. “There Is Nothing Left To Lose” spawned mega hits like “Learn To Fly”, “Stacked Actors”, “Generator” and “Break Out”.    “Learn To Fly” was the band's first single to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100.   Right before the album was released, the president of Capitol Records (Foo Fighters record label), Gary Gersh was forced out and with the help of a “key man clause” in their contract, they were allowed to leave Capitol upon Gersh's release. They left Capitol to sign with RCA who then bought the rights to their previous albums from Capitol.   Upon completing the recording of their third album, the band started auditioning guitarists. Foo Fighters selected No Use For A Name and, what I didn't know, Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies guitarist, Chris Shiflett. He was only supposed to come into the fold as the band's touring guitarist, but was hired on full time before they recorded “One By One”, their fourth studio album.   Right around 2001, Dave and Taylor, being diehard fans of the band Queen, established a relationship with the future Icons and Outlaws episode subjects. Dave and Taylor had the distinct pleasure of inducting them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame that same year and joined them to perform the 1976 classic, Tie Your Mother Down, with Taylor playing drums alongside Roger Taylor. Queen's legendary guitarist Brian May even added a guitar track to Foo Fighters' second cover of Pink Floyd's "Have a Cigar", which was on the soundtrack to Mission: Impossible 2. In 2002, guitarist Brian May contributed guitar work to Tired of You and an outtake called Knucklehead. The bands have performed together on several occasions since, including VH1 Rock Honors and Foo Fighters' headlining gig at Hyde Park in London, England.   At the end of 2001, the boys got together to record their fourth studio record, “One By One. They spent four months in a LA studio and something was off. The spark just wasn't there and the band were having issues, internally. So, Dave stepped away for a while and worked with Queens of the Stone Age, helping them complete their 2002 record, “Songs for the Deaf”. Touring commenced for Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stone Age, but the internal struggles were still there and just as they were about to call it quits, they hit the stage at Coachella. Dave and Taylor wanted to complete the album and the next day, they rocked the festival and agreed to do so.   Almost every part of the album was scrapped and re-recorded at Dave's studio in Virginia, in only ten days. Seven songs from the original recording of One By One eventually leaked, but the full album has never been released. That record has often been referred to as “Million Dollar Demos”.   The band finally released its fourth album, One by One, in 2002. This record had hit singles like “All My Life”, “Have It All”, “Low” and “Times Like These”. This was Chris Shiflett's first recorded appearance as part of the band and where Taylor played all of the drums. “One By One” topped the charts globally and sold a million units in the U.S., bringing home a Grammy for Best Rock Album in 2004.   Supporting One By One by touring for a year and half, Dave wasn't in a hurry to record another Foo Fighters album. He was more interested in doing an acoustic, solo record but it turned into a full band ordeal. They built a new studio in Northridge, Los Angeles, called Studio 606 West and began recording their 5th album, In Your Honor, a two disc set with full blown rock songs on one and the other with acoustic tracks. It was released in 2005 and had the hits, “DOA”, “Resolve” and one of my all time favorites, “Best of You”. The album also had guest performances by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones, Queen of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and Norah Jones. It also featured their new keyboardist, Rami Jaffee of the Wallflowers, who wouldn't become a full-time member until 2017.    “In Your Honor” was nominated for five Grammy Awards, hit the number one spot in five countries and number two in the U.S., selling more than a million copies.   Foo Fighters released their first live CD, “Skin and Bones” in November of 2006, with 15 songs recorded at a 3 night performance at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. The album featured a violinist, Pat Smear joining in and a three song encore with Dave playing “Best of You”, “Everlong”, and “Friend of a Friend”. The record debuted at number 21 on the Billboard 200, sold 49,000 copies in its first week and over 357,000 total.    Foo Fighters released its sixth album, Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, in 2007 and recruited producer Gil Norton, who worked on the band's “The Colour and the Shape”. This was primarily because Dave felt the songs were different from the band's previous input and "had the potential to be something great". So, he considered that instead of doing something like the last three albums, the band had to go out of "our own comfort zone" and "needed someone to push us out of there".   Preparing to record this album was extensive: first Dave started off developing demos with Taylor, but for the first time he tried to input vocals and lyrics early in the writing phase. After finalizing the song's composition with guitarist Chris and bassist Nate, Dave spent two weeks with Gil Norton discussing "arrangements, harmony and melody" and condensing the song ideas. They then spent four weeks rehearsing, and playing "a song a day, from noon to midnight". Taylor stated that "we basically played each of these songs 100 different times, trying every little thing every different way" and that it was the first time since The Colour and the Shape ``that Dave had to deal with someone in the room questioning all his ideas". Dave claimed the choices were for the "most powerful, dramatic songs" and that there was an effort to "make everything sound as natural as possible – just like on the albums we grew up listening to".    On this album's sound, Taylor Hawkins said: "We haven't been ready to write a record like this until now. I know that Dave wouldn't have been comfortable putting violins on a song before. But for whatever reasons, it just felt like the right time to explore those things now. The last record, obviously, was half heavy stuff, half acoustic songs. So it really was like two sides of the coin. It sounds obvious, but this time around we weren't afraid of incorporating everything into one song if it felt right." The first single, “The Pretender”, topped Billboard's modern rock chart for 19 weeks. Other singles from this album were “Long Road to Ruin”, “Let It Die” and “Cheer Up Boys”. It was nominated for five Grammys, winning Best Rock Album and Best Hard Rock Performance and won the Brit Award, (Britain's version of the American Recording Academy) for Best International Album.   Foo Fighters hit the road again in 2007 on a world tour and at the European MTV Music Awards, Pat Smear was confirmed as a returned member of the band.   June 7th, 2008 saw Foo Fighters headline the world renowned Wembley Stadium in London, England. Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin joined them on stage and after rocking out the songs “Rock and Roll” and “Ramble On”, Dave excitedly shouted “Welcome to the greatest fucking day of my whole entire life!”   The attendance at this amazing sold out concert was 85,000.  In August 2010, the band began recording their seventh studio album with the return of producer Butch Vig. The album was recorded in Dave's garage using only analog equipment. The album won five Grammys and was nominated for six.    Planning the seventh album, Dave realized he was bored of the band's typical recording process. Even though the group own 606 Studios, he is still a punk rocker at heart, and found himself yearning for a grittier, wholly analogue approach to recording. One night in his hotel room in Melbourne, while on tour with Them Crooked Vultures (his side project with Josh Homme and John Paul Jones), he hatched a plan to return to recording basics for what was to become Wasting Light. Dave told Sound on Sound.com, "I thought, rather than just record the album in the most expensive studio with the most state‑of‑the‑art equipment, what if Butch and I were to get back together after 20 years and dust off the tape machines and put them in my garage? We've recorded an album somewhere where no‑one has ever recorded before. We've not gone to the studio where Zeppelin made In Through The Out Door, we've gone into my garage. The only person that's recorded in my garage before is me for shitty demos that I've done for the last two records.”   The first single from Wasting Light, "Rope", was released to radio in February 2011. On April 16, 2011, Foo Fighters released an album of covers, Medium Rare, as a limited-edition vinyl for Record Store Day. Wasting Light debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the band's first album to do so. Other singles for the album were "Walk", "Arlandria", "These Days", and "Bridge Burning". Alongside Wasting Light's release, the band released a rockumentary, directed by Academy Award-winner James Moll. The film, titled Back and Forth, chronicles the band's career. Current and past members, and producer Butch Vig, tell the story of the band through interviews. After debuting on March 15, 2011, at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, it was released on DVD three months later.   The first batch of ‘Wasting Light' CDs include pieces of the album's analog tape master Look inside your CD copy of the band's Wasting Light album. If you were one of the first fans to pick one up, chances are it includes a piece of the original analog tape the album was recorded on. After announcing a break after touring in support of Wasting Light, Dave said in 2013 that they were starting to write new material for their 8th studio album, “Sonic Highways”, bringing back Butch Vig. They announced their return to the stage by posting a video of Erik Estrada, one of the main actors from the 70's motorcycle cop show, CHIPS, riding a motorcycle and delivering each member of the band an invitation to play in Mexico.    They announced that their eighth album would be released in November of 2014 and they would commemorate it and their 20th anniversary with an HBO TV series called “Sonic Highways”, directed by Dave, himself.    Eight songs were written and recorded in eight studios in eight different American cities with video capturing the history and feel of each town. Each track features contributions from one or more musicians with ties to that city's musical history.   The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, with sales of 190,000 copies in the United States. It has sold over 617,500 copies in the US and had amazing songs like “Something From Nothing”, “The Feast and the Famine”, and “Congregation” featuring country artist, Zac Brown Foo Fighters were the last musical performance on Late Show with David Letterman on May 20th, 2015, as he retired from his 33 year career as a late night show host.   On June 12th, 2015, Dave had the misfortune of falling off the stage in Gothenburg, Sweden and breaking his leg during the second song. The band kept playing while Dave was fixed up by the medical staff and then RETURNED TO THE STAGE to finish the last two hours of their set while sitting in a chair and a medic taking care of his leg. He was flown to London, England after the show and received six metal pins to stabilize the fracture in his leg.   There was speculation that Foo Fighters would drop out of their 20th anniversary, fourth of July bash, after canceling their remaining European dates following Dave's accident. Instead, The band performed for 48,000 people with Dave in a custom-built moving throne which he claimed to have designed himself while on painkillers. They renamed the following tour the “Broken Leg Tour”.   November 25th, 2015 Foo Fighters released a surprise EP named “Saint Cecilia”, available for digital download, and Dave announced an indefinite hiatus. This EP peaked at number 3 on Billboard's mainstream rock songs chart.   Krist Novoselic, who played with Grohl in Nirvana, described Saint Cecilia as Foo Fighters' "statement on how they are the biggest rock band in the world". Novoselic also said that "Saint Cecilia is more straight-ahead rock that is done really well", and went on to say that "I went to the Foo's last gig at the Moda Center in Portland and they rocked a packed house. I love the drummer Matt Sorum (Guns and Roses). However, he is so wrong in his statement about danger and the Foo's somehow lacking it. First off all, I know about danger in rock. I was the bassist in Flipper — and survived! Look at a band like Queen, who totally rocked. They were way more dandy than danger. Queen knows how to rock a stadium. So do the Foo Fighters and you'll hear big rock on Saint Cecilia". Rumors about Foo Fighters breaking up were everywhere so, the band released a mockumentary video in March 2016 portraying Grohl leaving the band to pursue an electronic music career and Nick Lachey (formerly of 98 Degrees) becoming the group's new singer, ending with: "For the millionth time, we're not breaking up. And nobody's going fucking solo!"   Dave announced that the band would spend most of 2017 recording their ninth studio album, “Concrete and Gold”. On June 1, 2017, their new single "Run" was released. Run topped the US Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart the following month. On June 20, 2017, the band announced that their new album, Concrete and Gold, would be released in September. On August 23, 2017, The Sky Is a Neighborhood was released as the second single and topped the Mainstream Rock chart. The Line was released in promotion of the album and later as the third single in 2018. Concrete and Gold was officially released on September 15, 2017, produced by Greg Kurstin. Concrete and Gold also features Justin Timberlake on vocals for Make It Right, Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Menon backing vocals for the song Concrete and Gold, and Paul McCartney on the drums for Sunday Rain.   Concrete and Gold has sold over 262,000 units.   In October 2019, the band announced that they were recording their tenth studio album based on Dave's demos. In November 2019, the band began releasing a series of EPs under the umbrella name of the Foo Files, largely consisting of previously released B sides and live performances. By February 2020, Dave  announced that the new album was complete but by May, it was delayed indefinitely because of a little unforeseen event called the COVID-19 pandemic, saying, "We've kind of shelved it for now to figure out exactly when it's going to happen." Starting in November 2020, promotion for the album ramped up. Its title, Medicine at Midnight, and release date, February 5, 2021, were announced. The band released three singles ahead of the album: "Shame Shame", "No Son of Mine", and "Waiting on a War".  On February 10, 2021, Foo Fighters were announced as one of the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees in their first year of eligibility as their debut album had been released 25 years prior. On May 12, 2021, Foo Fighters were announced as one of 6 performer inductees. For Record Store Day on July 17, 2021, the Foo Fighters released an album of disco covers, Hail Satin, under the name Dee Gees. The album contains four Bee Gees covers, a cover of Andy Gibb's "Shadow Dancing", plus five live versions of Medicine at Midnight tracks.] On February 25, 2022, the band released a comedy horror film, Studio 666, directed by BJ McDonnell. It stars the band members as themselves, alongside Will Forte, Whitney Cummings, Jeff Garlin, and Jenna Ortega. In the movie, the band attempts to record an album in a haunted mansion; Dave is possessed by a demonic spirit and the other members are killed off one by one.  It was filmed in the same mansion in which the band had recorded their most recent album, Medicine at Midnight. Studio 666 is currently available on Amazon Prime Video.    Dave has recently released an EP of songs from the film, Dream Widow, on March 25, 2022. On March 25, 2022, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins died in his room at the Casa Medina hotel in Bogotá, Colombia. No cause of death was given. Taylor had suffered chest pain, and had ten substances in his system at the time of his death, including opioids, benzodiazepines, tricyclic antidepressants, and THC. Foo Fighters were scheduled to perform that night at the Estéreo Picnic Festival as part of their ongoing South American tour; the festival stage was turned into a candlelight vigil for Taylor. A few days later, the band canceled all remaining tour dates. According to Sony Music Japan, FOO FIGHTERS sold over 32,000,000 albums worldwide, including 9,065,000 in the United States and 5,260,000 in the United Kingdom. The best-selling album by FOO FIGHTERS is GREATEST HITS, which sold over 2,775,000 copies .

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Welcome To The Horse House
Episode #87 - iSmokeCum

Welcome To The Horse House

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 74:42


On today's episode of Welcome To The Horse House: Chris' dog is a racist, Tristan airs his literal dirty laundry (its normal), Rudy gets pissed (about something i cant remember), Patrick makes a rare call-in, the Viral Audio Clip Of The Week is lackluster, the boys discuss iCarly extensively and nobody can find baby formula due to President Biden's mishandling of literally everything in this country. Outro song: Lust For Life by Iggy Pop

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – May 17, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 185:55


Vince Neil's new gig, Mayor Jim Fouts sued, Taylor Hawkins' final days, Tom Cruise: Thunder Stealer, Neil Patrick Harris' apology, 90 Day Fiancé fights, taking pictures with Mike Pence, the Teebs streak, and our least favorite anniversary.The Drew & Mike Show on WRIF ended 9 years ago today. We celebrate by grousing about Detroit Sports 105.1.Chris Cornell passed away 5 years ago. SIST: Drew's best friend was at the show.Buffalo Mass Murder - Scoring points & pointing fingers: People are angry Joe Biden went to Buffalo, but not Waukesha. Putting 'Replacement Theory' in headline is all the rage these days. John Legend is really mad at Tucker Carlson. Payton Gendron's newest red flag that was missed; he beheaded a cat. Since CNN denied Kat Cammack's claim that the border is full of baby formula... she went there to prove them wrong instead of doing something about it. Pete and Chastin Buttigieg are feeling the effects of the shortage instead of doing something about it.Mattress Mack has made the biggest futures bet in history.The Teebs streak continues and the Tigers are 4-0 since his sign was shown in the Freep.Mike Pence is a celebrity in Michigan.Vince Neil must really need money.Eric Clapton has COVID and has canceled tour dates.RIP to Iggy Pop guitarist Ricky Gardiner.Gorillaz are coming to town. They are bigger than Oasis and Blur.Paul McCartney is complicit in the atrocities of Michael Jackson.Some people are saying Fats Domino > The Beatles.Rolling Stone did a big piece on the final days of Taylor Hawkins.Valerie Bertinelli gets divorced because she's been talking about Eddie Van Halen for 2 years.90 Day Fiancé battles over breastfeeding.Golf: Jack Nicklaus defended Donald Trump's golf course and Tony Paul is angry at him. Nancy Armour tees off on Phil Mickelson. Only 36,724 signatures to go before Phil Mickelson can make it back to Detroit.Dr. Jordan Peterson tweeted that he did not find the hefty SI cover sexy, gets pummeled and leaves Twitter in a huff.Steve Aoki tossed an awful first pitch at a Boston Red Sox game.Somebody by the name of Monica Conyers is deemed ineligible to run for Wayne County executive. Dern shame.Farmington Hills' Andre Taylor Jr. sentenced to 75 months in jail for fraud.MLB pitcher, Matt Harvey, has been suspended 60 games for giving and taking pain pills with other players.Jim Fouts is being sued for silencing and arresting his critics.ANOTHER cryptocurrency scam brought down. 'Stablecoins' don't seem too stable.Neil Patrick Harris has finally apologized for an 11-year-old cake.ABC wants Chris Rock to host their award shows in 2023.Tom Cruise steals the Queen's thunder by plugging Top Gun: Maverick during her Jubilee.Gen. Barry McCaffrey can't tell real life war and video game war.Depp v. Hears: Johnny's lawyers destroyed Amber Heard during cross examination. Lance Bass entertains us all with his Amber Heard TikToks. Camille Vasquez is the big winner in this trial.Elon Musk puts his Twitter purchase on hold until Twitter admits how many bots are on the website. Project Veritas secretly recorded Twitter's Sr Engineer, Siru Murugesan, and got him to admit things we already know.Reminder that Bella Thorne and Tamara Thorne are scam artists.Patrisse Cullors vs Candace Owens.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Broken Records - The Search for the Worst Album Ever

Welcome back to another edition of Broken Records, where Steve and Remfry are charged with the unenviable task of finding the worst album ever made. This week we're looking at Other Voices, the 7th studio album from the LA psychedelic rock band The Doors, released on the 18th of October 1971. In the aftermath of the release of arguably their finest album, 1971's LA Woman, The Doors were rocked with the untimely passing of their iconic frontman Jim Morrison. They had already been writing as a three piece without the singer and had composed enough material to make a follow up, assuming that Morrison would return from his new home in Paris to complete the material but unfortunately, he passed away July 3rd 1971 before he was able to record any vocals. With this news rocking the band they became somewhat punch drunk, stumbling around trying to recruit the likes of Paul McCartney and Iggy Pop, before deciding that Jim Morrison, one of the greatest rock singers ever, didn't need replacing and that both guitarist Robbie Krieger and keyboardist Ray Manzarek could handle vocal duties themselves. The result was Other Voices, released a mere three months after Morrison's passing, it stripped The Doors, not just of an iconic voice, but of almost all personality they previously had. In terms of bad ideas, this is right up there, luckily they saw sense and disbanded in 1973, but the appearance of Other Voices in their discography remains a troubling reminder of a very troubling time for the band.

Monster Candy Podcast
Episode 75: Hardware (1990)

Monster Candy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 68:26


Drug injecting, population controlling, killer robots made by the government...Sounds pretty sweet, right? Well, guess you'll find out as we discuss the 1990 sci-fi/horror movie, HARDWARE!

Roadie Free Radio
282: BOB GRUEN/Rock Photographer, Filmmaker/John Lennon, Iggy Pop, Sid Vicious

Roadie Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 58:51


iTunes          Spotify          Youtube           Patreon Bob Gruen is one of the most well-known and respected photographers in rock and roll. From John Lennon to Johnny Rotten; Muddy Waters to the Rolling Stones; Elvis to Madonna; Bob Dylan to Bob Marley; Tina Turner to Debbie Harry, he has captured the music scene for over forty years in photographs that have gained worldwide recognition. Shortly after John Lennon moved to New York in 1971, Bob became John and Yoko's personal photographer and friend, making photos of their working life as well as private moments. In 1974 he created the iconic images of John Lennon wearing a New York City t-shirt and standing in front of the Statue of Liberty making the peace sign – two of the most popular of Lennon's images. As chief photographer for Rock Scene Magazine in the '70s, Bob specialized in candid, behind the scenes photo features. He toured extensively with the emerging punk and new wave bands including the New York Dolls, Sex Pistols, Clash, Ramones, Patti Smith Group and Blondie. Bob has also worked with major rock acts such as Led Zeppelin, The Who, David Bowie, Tina Turner, Elton John, Aerosmith, Kiss and Alice Cooper. In 1989, he documented the epic trip to Russia of the “Moscow Music Peace Festival” featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe and Bon Jovi. For many years Bob was the offi­cial photographer for the New Music Seminar held in New York City, covering dozens of aspiring new bands in the course of a summer week. This seminal body of work reflects a profound commitment and long-standing personal friendship with the artists. His wealth of personal experiences and uncanny memory provide the most illuminating and comprehensive histories of rock youth culture. “All Dolled Up,” a DVD documentary made by Bob Gruen and Nadya Beck of their early '70s video footage of the New York Dolls, was released in 2005 with a follow-up DVD, “Lookin' Fine On Television” released in 2011. In the spring of 2007 FAAP University in Sao Paulo, Brazil, presented an exhibition of Bob Gruen's work. Titled ROCKERS, the exhibition attracted 40,000 visitors. The ROCKERS exhibition was also shown from April to July 2008 at Morrison Hotel Gallery on the Bowery in New York City. Bob's “Sid Vicious with Hot Dog” photo was acquired by The National Portrait Gallery, London, in 1999 for their permanent collection.The Experience Music Project, Seattle, acquired his “Clash Live in Boston”, “Tina Turner Multiple Image”, and “Bloody Sid Vicious” photos for their permanent collection in March 2012. In 2011 award winning director Don Letts made a feature length film titled ‘Rock & Roll Exposed – the Photography of Bob Gruen' including interviews with Iggy Pop, Debbie Harry, Alice Cooper, Yoko Ono, Billie Joe Armstrong and many more. Bob was presented in June 2004 with MOJO Magazine's prestigious Honours List Award for Classic Image in London and in November 2010 he was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. For his many charitable contributions, Bob received the first ever John Lennon Real Love Award in December 2014 at the 32nd Annual John Lennon Tribute Concert. More recently he has also photographed Green Day's tour of Europe, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, Jesse Malin, Ryan Adams, Courtney Love, The Strypes and other new popular acts. Special Mentions: Bob Gruen: Right Place, Right Time: The Life of a Rock & Roll Photographer, Bobgruen.com, Morrison Hotel Gallery, Becky Pell - Yoga Journey: A Contemporary Guide to a Timeless Tradition, Steve Walsh Gofund Me, Roadie Free Radio Merch, RFR Podcast Bundle, Follow Your Drishti Yoga Podcast, roadiecare.com, musicares.org, Roswell Pro Audio Mini K87

Trek Geeks Podcast Network
Five Year Mission: The Podcast 044 - The Magnificent Ferengi with comedian Mitchell Potts

Trek Geeks Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 55:16


How do we save Moogie from the clutches of Iggy Pop? Comedian Mitchell Potts may have the answers. Mitchell is an Indianapolis comedian who is leaving for Chicago and just had ONE LAST piece of business to take care of: Watching a full episode of Star Trek for the first time and it just HAD to be a Ferengi episode. Listen in as we talk Star Trek and comedy on a brand-new episode of Five Year Mission: The Podcast. #StarTrek #StarTrekComedy #5YMpod #MitchellPotts #comedian

Five Year Mission: The Podcast
044 - The Magnificent Ferengi with comedian Mitchell Potts

Five Year Mission: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 55:16


How do we save Moogie from the clutches of Iggy Pop? Comedian Mitchell Potts may have the answers. Mitchell is an Indianapolis comedian who is leaving for Chicago and just had ONE LAST piece of business to take care of: Watching a full episode of Star Trek for the first time and it just HAD to be a Ferengi episode. Listen in as we talk Star Trek and comedy on a brand-new episode of Five Year Mission: The Podcast. #StarTrek #StarTrekComedy #5YMpod #MitchellPotts #comedian

Cover Story
Nature is Funny

Cover Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:38


Cover Story is back with all new episodes! We are kicking off the 2nd Season of Cover Story with a very vibrant episode: “Nature is Funny." Our Side B takes us from the gritty, early days of Punk where we zero in on Iggy Pop and The Stooges and their incredible influence on some of our favorite musicians like Kurt Cobain, Joey Ramone, and Patti Smith. Our Side A takes us on a circuitous route to Nigeria as co-host Matt Filler connects the dots from David Byrne to Hot Chip and helps answer the question, “Who was William Onyeabor and why is his song, 'Atomic Bomb', so good?” And, since this is our first episode after a two year Covid induced hiatus, we also enjoy a brief return to Muff's Corner…Won't you join us?  Support the show

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 523: Michael C. Maronna

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 78:02


June 13-19, 1992 This week Ken welcomes the "Mike" of the Adventures of Danny and Mike and the "Big" of The Adventures of Pete and Pete himself, Michael C. Maronna. Ken and Mike discuss Italian foods, mutual love of seltzer, Galco's Soda Pop Stop, Yelp Reviews,  adult businesses, assimilation, movies with popular soundtracks and eh movies, Judgement Night, The Bodyguard, The Bill Chill, SFW, SLC Punk, Frankenguitars, a love of solder, Nebraska, Los Punks: The Documentary, the music on Pete and Pete, Boston, MTV, Nickelodeon, Katherine Dieckmann, Kate Peirson, LL Cool J, Iggy Pop, King Kongs made of Legos, Hawaiian Punch, toilet paper commercials, being IN the TV Guide you picked, Bob Saget, single Dads, divorced Dads, Wayne's World, Repo Man, our punk rock awakening, What Reba watches, the name "Narvel", creepy LA Gear commercials, British Knights, Space Camp, Double Dare, how John Madden would be the pitch man for just about anything, Dream On, Lorenzo Lamas hosting Evening at the Improv, Quantum Leap, reality TV, Morton Downey Jr, The A-Team, the Gilmore Girls spin off that never happened, the Pete and Pete finale, Mickey Rooney, The Hollywood Museum, correcting people on the name of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Ed O'Neil, The French Connection, To Live and Die in LA, The Choice Hotels International Special Presentation of Batman Returns: The Bat, The Cat and the Penguin hosted by Robert Urich, Jason Priestly, "Teen Priest", the weirdest episode ever of Drexel's Class, The Driver, how weird Bruce Dern can be, The Home Alone reunion, the secret origins of Snow Day, Chris Koch, the Sony Watchman, Swamp Thing, roller skating parties, not ever roller blading despite your character being fingered for a murder due to roller blading, the helmet panic, what to show your kids, moving from in front of the camera to behind it and vice versa, and paying Thundercats forward.