Roderick on the Line

Ep. 207: "Spectacularly, She Schleps"

 

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  [Music] [TS]

  hello hi John [TS]

  mm-hmm hi Merlin how's it going good [TS]

  yeah yeah super sorry I'm late oh you [TS]

  know it happens [TS]

  yeah week well you know being literally [TS]

  Shepherd picture out about being late is [TS]

  yeah I would love to hear this [TS]

  yeah it's just you know it's time is a [TS]

  flat circle [TS]

  oh I see ya time time is a bubble is [TS]

  that what it is time I bubble always [TS]

  here at nine fifty-nine time he gets [TS]

  time then [TS]

  yeah tiny that's a lot of people see how [TS]

  you doing you doin time after time if [TS]

  you have to do stuff is just the usual [TS]

  no no I had stuff to do [TS]

  well where's yeah there was just a [TS]

  little bit of stuff is exciting episode [TS]

  this is episode 207 of the show 2007 27 [TS]

  was my laundry number when I was in [TS]

  military school [TS]

  do you remember the mailbox number when [TS]

  you're in college I think so yeah [TS]

  oh my gosh you know you these certain [TS]

  three-digit numbers just float around i [TS]

  want to say actually you know what I've [TS]

  got the door from it right here I stole [TS]

  it when i left school [TS]

  hey yeah I stole the door off my up [TS]

  yeah it still has it still has a sticker [TS]

  that you saw it still gets a little old [TS]

  timey door with the window [TS]

  oh yeah still got the JR Bob sticker on [TS]

  it and i think it still has the Columbia [TS]

  House ticker for you tues war [TS]

  wow so what number was find out hang on [TS]

  to [TS]

  doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo [TS]

  doo-doo-doo-doo-doo food [TS]

  ok this is the lesson of this listeners [TS]

  is to steal the things that mean [TS]

  something to you anymore to me you know [TS]

  what I should have said because I was [TS]

  right 289 289 yep 289 also a great Ford [TS]

  engine is is that right yeah there's a [TS]

  for the 289 was a hot rod ford motor [TS]

  Oh rod to eat on the 289 it was the [TS]

  cubic inches John yeah it doesn't seem [TS]

  like a big motor compared to like 350 [TS]

  for a 456 or a 456 but a 289 455 456 [TS]

  whatever double-barrel heavy heavy ya [TS]

  comin ya ni want to bore your hammies [TS]

  you gotta help me and the Hemings mhm [TS]

  Hemmings is where you would sell a Hemi [TS]

  yeah you put some thrush on the [TS]

  transmission [TS]

  yeah give will put a little thrush put [TS]

  some armor all on the tires got to roll [TS]

  got it doesn't rush from looking [TS]

  railings are you a big balance Sebastian [TS]

  fan i remember when balanced Bastion [TS]

  took over the world if the first i would [TS]

  call them the first thuy isn't they [TS]

  aren't the first we call them more mokey [TS]

  when I think thuy I think of Cub or I [TS]

  think of you like maybe the raincoats a [TS]

  little bit boy covering the Redcoats [TS]

  room you know couples cup is everyone's [TS]

  your friend in New York City now I don't [TS]

  know why I would sing a cup song as John [TS]

  Flansburg didn't originally did that [TS]

  song it's virtually tuneless it's [TS]

  delightful [TS]

  well you know that's a that's a John [TS]

  Flansburg of the feature that's oh the [TS]

  in which part the tunas well no no no no [TS]

  but that's what that song is a big [TS]

  feature for him in there set I I can't [TS]

  imagine anybody else having written that [TS]

  song by him and alas it was not well [TS]

  that's a good note good a song it's a [TS]

  drunken a song [TS]

  yeah it's a good the ass of that song as [TS]

  good as a good asked song only go back [TS]

  in the stock balance best yeah don't [TS]

  Sebastian I got into them on there like [TS]

  second or third I think it got in on the [TS]

  on the green album [TS]

  yeah it wasn't a great one of the red [TS]

  one but I know love the gray one in the [TS]

  red one but that doesn't really seem [TS]

  like your kind of music I was you know I [TS]

  was let's let's say I was balancing [TS]

  Bastion adjacent oh sure [TS]

  and really what happens yeah yeah so I [TS]

  was I was you know I was feeling that I [TS]

  was feeling that their songs there's [TS]

  something they do a thing that i love [TS]

  you know me you know I love a mid-tempo [TS]

  power pop song do i do know that we're [TS]

  if you do it too much above it [TS]

  boat becomes not becomes like a cheap [TS]

  trick song well some future cases too [TS]

  but like one reason i love a good [TS]

  teenage fanclub song it's like a [TS]

  mid-tempo song that's exactly what I was [TS]

  about to say teenage fanclub yeah you [TS]

  take something like everything flows or [TS]

  using a good [TS]

  mid-tempo pop so if everything's flows [TS]

  were any faster it would not be my [TS]

  favorite song first favorite song the [TS]

  nineties now with on special needs of [TS]

  the different where they're like they've [TS]

  got this kind of like propulsive it's [TS]

  really it's like downbeat Arthur Lee's [TS]

  love in some ways but there for the [TS]

  they're like that some if you're feeling [TS]

  sinister it's basically alone again or [TS]

  you know [TS]

  wow you are dropping some pop music [TS]

  vocabulary guess you much got it i [TS]

  cannot keep up with it all you know you [TS]

  have mentioned 42 pop culture references [TS]

  and it all has just sound like made-up [TS]

  word yeah yeah the parking lot line that [TS]

  anything like church because the the but [TS]

  it was any faster to do it's got the [TS]

  other song again alone again [TS]

  why don't i don't know anything that [TS]

  you're saying local we're talking really [TS]

  just selling word salad yeah I'm sure [TS]

  that I'm sure that i was in some places [TS]

  where these musics were happening but i [TS]

  do not remember them by name heard the [TS]

  bad love [TS]

  I'm course ok when they do that they're [TS]

  famous song their famous song which I [TS]

  which I think the thing to the drunk [TS]

  dunk but you're right look like the song [TS]

  dump to dump your everything that song [TS]

  in reference to another song that I [TS]

  think it's that what this is it's like [TS]

  songs i don't know all the way I lilypad [TS]

  a little hard there [TS]

  yes yes okay never mind it's not [TS]

  important [TS]

  no we came out of the gate and you're [TS]

  like well music episode and I was like [TS]

  well it was like you were waving a dildo [TS]

  in my face and I was like again again [TS]

  again i can't pin this music episode [TS]

  it's only three minutes long and i'm [TS]

  already just like wow talk about upland [TS]

  they're funny and literate now see I'm [TS]

  gonna guess that that's a band Sean [TS]

  light that seems like a very Sean kind [TS]

  of band [TS]

  well the little Sebastian not overly [TS]

  love early to you the early two [TS]

  thousands there was a lot going on [TS]

  that it wasn't it wasn't over my head or [TS]

  above my pay grade it was just that I [TS]

  was there was a moment where I suddenly [TS]

  felt behind the curve and everything got [TS]

  way softer and prettier but the soft [TS]

  prettiness wasn't it didn't convey like [TS]

  either softness or prettiest it was like [TS]

  a prettiest it was aggressively quiet [TS]

  and aggressively soft and pretty i felt [TS]

  i didn't know where I didn't know where [TS]

  to go with that that's me and and and [TS]

  what they called post-rock I've never [TS]

  understood post-rock and I tried because [TS]

  I really felt like that was the Jazz of [TS]

  the late nineties post-rock was the Jazz [TS]

  of the late nineties it's yet post-rock [TS]

  is gonna make indie-rock look like [TS]

  college rock that ya know post-rock I [TS]

  didn't get I like I mean like I tried to [TS]

  tortoise I tried the the carb and [TS]

  whether it was the other band that but [TS]

  they're all those bands it was just a [TS]

  bunch of I don't know it's like a like [TS]

  vibes vibes and brush drums and like [TS]

  motor voices I mean you're describing [TS]

  American analog set except minus the the [TS]

  motor noises who American analog set [TS]

  from that actually the vibes player for [TS]

  American analog that plays the vibes on [TS]

  the long winters album for the long [TS]

  winter song Nora Nora bing-bong [TS]

  bing-bong bing-bong said vibes bond [TS]

  minds hard to play because you get the [TS]

  you get to mallets in each hand and [TS]

  you're playing octaves mostly right up [TS]

  no no I don't think you're playing [TS]

  different intervals yes now let's in [TS]

  each hand [TS]

  yes because there's it on hammers or [TS]

  malice where they call it uh i think [TS]

  they call them bombers hungers it would [TS]

  be at this woman was active i thought it [TS]

  was like a mac from superchunk kind of [TS]

  uh no I think you can do octaves but you [TS]

  can it's like playing the piano vibe is [TS]

  set up like a period between your [TS]

  fingers that must be so hard to do [TS]

  well it is hard to do this is the thing [TS]

  about being good at a musical instrument [TS]

  it's almost universally hard to do and [TS]

  no matter what 20 pick and you just pick [TS]

  one and go for you so why there's a [TS]

  woman here in Seattle an errand [TS]

  Jorgensen and she is a very small human [TS]

  right like she's small in stature and [TS]

  also small in in all dimensions little [TS]

  redheaded she's cool look at girls yeah [TS]

  and she has this is just very short hair [TS]

  and very tattoo very good tattoos and [TS]

  she plays the vibes spectacularly and [TS]

  she schleps her i'm saying a lot of [TS]

  words that are hard to say and it's [TS]

  early in the morning for me [TS]

  spectacularly sheesh LEP's her vibes [TS]

  which are a gigantic thing she slaps him [TS]

  all over town and she's one of those [TS]

  musicians that will play a show with [TS]

  somebody and then slipper vibes over and [TS]

  play another show and she had like must [TS]

  take such commitment it's it's but she's [TS]

  spectacular and she has marimbas which [TS]

  are vibes let me so I'm going to just [TS]

  throw this out there i don't i don't [TS]

  know what I'm actually saying but I [TS]

  think their Bibles made out of wood [TS]

  mhm marimba you get what you get [TS]

  glockenspiel you got the xylophone you [TS]

  get the marimba and you can you get the [TS]

  vibes the minimize the finals pipes I [TS]

  think Lou ending points of vibes have [TS]

  actually an electrical component which [TS]

  is something that is spinning underneath [TS]

  likely yeah you can turn on and off and [TS]

  it's it as the sound travels down the [TS]

  pipe this little spinning flap will make [TS]

  it go what will that Leslie speak [TS]

  exactly it's a lesson that ass [TS]

  it's a but it's an analog Leslie so that [TS]

  it's not going to look at all right foot [TS]

  pedal for that II yeah [TS]

  at one point in the nineteen eighties my [TS]

  dad who had always been a huge fan of [TS]

  Lionel Hampton uh huh dad decided that [TS]

  his new instrument was going to be [TS]

  divides [TS]

  now little bit about like quite a [TS]

  commitment a little bit of backstory he [TS]

  had no prior instrument who so he [TS]

  decided it was going to be his new [TS]

  instrument absent a former instrument [TS]

  and he was what 17 de 70 let's say 70 [TS]

  and maybe 6 66 67 let's say that he's [TS]

  like I'm gonna get some vibes [TS]

  this was before he talked like this it [TS]

  was when he talked like this but it's [TS]

  and I'm gonna get some vibes I was like [TS]

  eyes much i'm not sure where we're going [TS]

  to put him dad and where he put them was [TS]

  in the TV watching room behind the TV [TS]

  watching couch I think imagining that he [TS]

  was going to play the vibes while [TS]

  watching the TV and so there's the face [TS]

  of it makes so much sense [TS]

  that's right there you can watching what [TS]

  your stories are looking at prices right [TS]

  that's right and just a little Hampton [TS]

  he only watch TV at night so there were [TS]

  no stories there was no price of right [TS]

  it was always you can watch magnum I I [TS]

  don't think you watch magnum but he did [TS]

  he did was watch he liked to watch war [TS]

  movies right he liked you like to watch [TS]

  old classic movies so all of a sudden [TS]

  behind the couch appeared this enormous [TS]

  shiny set of viber phones which he never [TS]

  again touched the treadmill he touched [TS]

  them to bring them in the house huh [TS]

  never touch them again so of course i [TS]

  would sit there and play the vibes [TS]

  Wow to everyone's a massive annoyance [TS]

  and I would sit and you know like I have [TS]

  like I've always done with every [TS]

  instrument i refused any instruction or [TS]

  any information about them and just sat [TS]

  at them and made my own clink clink boom [TS]

  boom well because they're because it had [TS]

  this electricity and they were you know [TS]

  they were fairly loud around [TS]

  think about that one moment can get out [TS]

  oh well boo boo and so I would play [TS]

  these things i never got the two mallets [TS]

  per hand business at all i just i just [TS]

  had one mallapur hand and but i would do [TS]

  the I would do the rapid like doing [TS]

  really kind of stuff with the [TS]

  fast-moving balance and boy did I have a [TS]

  time I had as much i had so much of a [TS]

  time that then briefly this was the best [TS]

  the best part of this and I had [TS]

  completely forgotten until now my dad [TS]

  said you know what i should do since I [TS]

  never play the vibes but you're getting [TS]

  pretty good at it [TS]

  I've always been intrigued by the steel [TS]

  drum and there was brief moment where he [TS]

  was me like the thing that the guys play [TS]

  like a beach bar [TS]

  yeah that's right the tunes the like [TS]

  it's like a 55-gallon drum that's been [TS]

  tuned [TS]

  it's been tuned hammered that face has [TS]

  been hammered in such a way that it can [TS]

  play multiple notes and must be quite a [TS]

  conversation [TS]

  well the thing is there was there was [TS]

  briefly a moment where I was super [TS]

  excited that i was going to get a set of [TS]

  steel drums behind the couch because [TS]

  short of the bagpipes [TS]

  there's only one instrument I mean that [TS]

  is the instrument that if you don't know [TS]

  how to play it [TS]

  you cannot imagine how and look at their [TS]

  I put violin up there [TS]

  oh yeah I mean maybe maybe French horn [TS]

  there certainly are now you don't want [TS]

  to listen to something certain [TS]

  instrument you don't want to listen to [TS]

  somebody learn to play no more years the [TS]

  more here mentioned that I think that [TS]

  also is true of every instrument [TS]

  ok that's number two that's good right [TS]

  but so oh my god the the potential of [TS]

  the bombs because ladies right i mean [TS]

  there was a lot of a lot of reggae music [TS]

  reggae music man i love kokomo that's [TS]

  right Joseph RI and so ready music was [TS]

  happening in a big way regular rock [TS]

  music reggae rock music Richard average [TS]

  rock reggae roots rock reggae and the [TS]

  idea that maybe I could find it [TS]

  give you and your father have a rake you [TS]

  know like I was not get into that scene [TS]

  through the back door by being the one [TS]

  guy that could put one white guy sharing [TS]

  the John around always hated me look do [TS]

  so yeah some roto toms me but then he [TS]

  abandoned the steel drums idea and then [TS]

  it was never spoken of again and i think [TS]

  it was i think he abandoned it because [TS]

  you couldn't find steel drums in Alaska [TS]

  without considerable work more work than [TS]

  he was prepared to do and then one day [TS]

  gave the vibes I think to my niece or [TS]

  sometimes just disappeared one day and [TS]

  that's no small feat because they you [TS]

  know they weighed as much as a honda [TS]

  civic but uh yeah the that when we have [TS]

  a long history and I think dad realized [TS]

  at that point that what he needed to do [TS]

  with it to satisfy to scratch that edge [TS]

  what he needed to do was just listen to [TS]

  Lionel Hampton tapes which wouldn't like [TS]

  things like what I think like modern [TS]

  jazz quartet modern jazz quartet just so [TS]

  so gorgeous also modern jazz quartet was [TS]

  one of my favorite indie rock bands of [TS]

  the late nineties that's right they [TS]

  didn't realize then Christmas too late i [TS]

  like the brownout and changing its [TS]

  chicken bones intervention [TS]

  not as much as the grey album what sort [TS]

  of a right yeah sort of like Jimmy's [TS]

  Chicken Shack was the was the like [TS]

  Alabama version of oh yeah right like [TS]

  Martin's first wheel which was hard with [TS]

  first wheel on you probably know them i [TS]

  had their EP yeah i know is it is a [TS]

  pretty right onto a shirt i never knew [TS]

  Martin no thank you i knew his first [TS]

  wheel pretty no I think Martin that was [TS]

  never actually in the band I mean that's [TS]

  one of those funny things it's like an [TS]

  atomic dustbin always your next [TS]

  destination in the band was was next [TS]

  atomic dustbin and an emo band and [TS]

  here's everything I know about Ned [TS]

  atomic dustbin numbered ready go [TS]

  okay number two I would always turn it [TS]

  off when they came on a hundred twenty [TS]

  minutes [TS]

  number one I remember dave kendall [TS]

  saying names atomic testing and that [TS]

  would be my single move number two in [TS]

  turn off that works forward fast forward [TS]

  fast forward a non-uniform in order [TS]

  when our dorm in our house the three of [TS]

  us would wake every Sunday know every [TS]

  monday i guess after got back from class [TS]

  we watch hundred twenty minutes which we [TS]

  take the night before and there were [TS]

  rules now a man who is Nigel dormer [TS]

  Nigel dormer invented the window qua [TS]

  niger dormer did Sherlock natural dormer [TS]

  don't have my own Idol door the one from [TS]

  Cambridge Nigel dormer invented the [TS]

  dormer that's why it's called the door [TS]

  that's right and John cropper invented [TS]

  da floor and so Michael and and I would [TS]

  we get home from classes on Monday we [TS]

  get back to our house and 120 minutes [TS]

  but the rules this is not nam this is [TS]

  this is bowling there are rules [TS]

  what are the rules of 120 minutes are [TS]

  there are certain things you can and [TS]

  must fast forward over and other things [TS]

  you don't cuz part of this 100 you taped [TS]

  it on VHS [TS]

  it's the only way to fly ice you can [TS]

  never go back this is this is 1989 and [TS]

  it was a show pretty good [TS]

  oh yeah I was good then it would mean [TS]

  the light it didn't hurt that there was [TS]

  just so much good music there is great [TS]

  news because when you said that we're [TS]

  talking about like the quiet man i'm [TS]

  just thinking about is in my head this [TS]

  is a slight derail but I'm thinking in [TS]

  my head I wonder if it was just the late [TS]

  eighties and the late nineties there was [TS]

  I felt there was such an explosion of [TS]

  music felt like it was for me [TS]

  so you're saying it might have something [TS]

  to do with the lates could be the late [TS]

  but could also be just like what I'm [TS]

  ready for what I'm into [TS]

  what's available oh wait a minute let's [TS]

  walk let's trace this for a second late [TS]

  sixties you know seventies awesome [TS]

  wait a minute it's the late oh this is [TS]

  your time to put it out put away the [TS]

  record no you should put out your next [TS]

  record that's okay [TS]

  and I think in 2018 that's when you drop [TS]

  the bangor so you put out something in [TS]

  in this in the 16 that's like it kind of [TS]

  procedures your means lying EP this is [TS]

  where you like put out the EP that gets [TS]

  people excited it was officially oh so [TS]

  much [TS]

  ok and what was the EP that my bloody [TS]

  valentine put out before four lovely for [TS]

  the good one Billy head is anything was [TS]

  one thing is anything i think was the [TS]

  record before that oh no the one with [TS]

  tom is it not when you sleep but they [TS]

  have the one glider i'm edmund glider [TS]

  the lighter EP mmm i mean is anything is [TS]

  still like you can just listen is [TS]

  anything go holy shit like this holy [TS]

  this is head and shoulders above most i [TS]

  mean i like i like a fair amount of [TS]

  shoegaze but like I mean obviously [TS]

  levels is on a different level [TS]

  sure totally different level hmph that's [TS]

  what--that's 91 [TS]

  yeah well yeah okay i might not have a [TS]

  point here but i was gonna say was we [TS]

  watching 20 minutes I don't know why I'm [TS]

  telling you this right 27 is my laundry [TS]

  number Hartley's quickly do seven is [TS]

  something now I don't want to derail [TS]

  this [TS]

  no shit i'm looking back to my note [TS]

  cards here into that 207 so the area [TS]

  code of seattle is 206 huh [TS]

  the last week's episode and 207 is a [TS]

  number area code that periodically comes [TS]

  up on my phone when somebody is phone [TS]

  spamming no interesting i could not tell [TS]

  you what that area code is it's just [TS]

  close enough to 206 as you can imagine [TS]

  with one away main but its main and I'm [TS]

  periodically fooled [TS]

  oh yeah to at least two almost answer [TS]

  you know you know it's you know it's [TS]

  spam [TS]

  you know that as soon as i said as soon [TS]

  as I realize what it is I'm like ah good [TS]

  my daughter Noelle though that's right i [TS]

  pick it up and I'm like did my daughter [TS]

  go to me and she had a well to follow [TS]

  you Lassie wrote what what the coffee's [TS]

  done brewing 207 so the rule was you [TS]

  could skip past you could we usually [TS]

  watch the beginning because they say [TS]

  like the guests are going to be and [TS]

  stuff like that [TS]

  I thought that the hundred twenty [TS]

  minutes had the had the kid with the the [TS]

  mullet that's about his name was like [TS]

  Frankie or something or we first had [TS]

  Kevin seals then you had David Kendall [TS]

  and it later yet Matt pin field i want [TS]

  to say that i ever tell you that I was [TS]

  in a play with Kevin Steele I said Kevin [TS]

  sealing the idea to torch song trilogy [TS]

  em what place were you in [TS]

  I don't remember it was a play some play [TS]

  some alternative nation play back in the [TS]

  day where there was like some fire [TS]

  breathing and [TS]

  there's a funicular in the play my [TS]

  goodness it was a musical and I played [TS]

  the harmonica at one point I think I [TS]

  might have been i did quite a few plays [TS]

  in the nineties where i was i was kind [TS]

  of the guy in Seattle that you would [TS]

  stunt cast how nice [TS]

  like all the guy from the long were no I [TS]

  wasn't in the long winters then the guy [TS]

  from you know is I was just a hanger-on [TS]

  and they would put me and put me in [TS]

  roles where I kind of would walk on play [TS]

  a character named tiny yeah i was at one [TS]

  point I was cool hand luke [TS]

  oh man early yeah where you why it's [TS]

  like here comes cool handling with a [TS]

  special lucker your dragline I was you [TS]

  lose the guy who hate 850 eggs I was the [TS]

  guy that could that well yeah you can't [TS]

  know a mechanic 50 eggs but I came out [TS]

  and was cool and looking for a while but [TS]

  in this in this play I play the [TS]

  harmonica and my maybe sing a song about [TS]

  a funicular particular niculae funicula [TS]

  that's funny 23 people [TS]

  ah feels cozy was in seattle at the time [TS]

  doing some Romans who are here go to [TS]

  their house [TS]

  mm no conjugate that oh so ridiculous [TS]

  finicky loss finicky latest manipulator [TS]

  NICU LA so don't know us [TS]

  don't do it i'm lost Kevin seal was in [TS]

  the play and Kevin Steele we've talked [TS]

  about him before him we I think we did [TS]

  Kevin Steele was such a hero to me [TS]

  really he was perpetually stony he was [TS]

  very stony his his his sense of humor [TS]

  was so great he was the first person [TS]

  that appeared on television that I was [TS]

  like oh my god that guy would be my [TS]

  friend [TS]

  oh my god i just special Hodgson like he [TS]

  comes along you're like who is this guy [TS]

  there's no be on TV like this person [TS]

  isn't and I was so thrilled by him if he [TS]

  was on TV I would drop everything and [TS]

  just watching because he was such a he [TS]

  just seemed like such a such a friend [TS]

  and I never had that experience before [TS]

  that and i had had never had that [TS]

  experience since then and I didn't want [TS]

  him to do anything else right I didn't [TS]

  want him to go into film I didn't want [TS]

  him to I just wanted him to stay on MTV [TS]

  and continue to play where the kids in [TS]

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  i I didn't want him to to idea i never i [TS]

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  runner can align and all the great show [TS]

  other than that it was perfect and then [TS]

  so I'm in his play with them and what [TS]

  he's like two years older than me he's [TS]

  he wasn't that all that's sickening and [TS]

  he's like he had a wife and kids he [TS]

  moved to seattle he's still super nice [TS]

  he's exactly like he's exactly in person [TS]

  like you was on TV that's so nice to [TS]

  hear ya but he wasn't on TV you know now [TS]

  a lot of those people that were on TV in [TS]

  the nineties they continue to have [TS]

  careers is like comedians or people you [TS]

  know what I mean like Michael Ian Black [TS]

  was on TV in the nineties but now he [TS]

  continues to just sort of be a his [TS]

  character in the world [TS]

  yeah right and kevin steele didn't I [TS]

  don't think make that transition he's [TS]

  like so he's a stay-at-home dad stayed [TS]

  home today I'm ready right now in the [TS]

  wikipedia a yeah he was there with his [TS]

  wife he does voiceover work as a [TS]

  stay-at-home dad to his son can you [TS]

  imagine isn't nice [TS]

  I mean you're almost a stay-at-home dad [TS]

  well I don't really work generally I [TS]

  think you're nine one-hundredths and the [TS]

  Florida and add all the you know you [TS]

  deep and the rule was that it was a song [TS]

  we had not heard even if it was [TS]

  something that we were not into even if [TS]

  it was negative Macduff spin you had to [TS]

  listen you had this day and with its [TS]

  regular I got they have it [TS]

  you have to listen through through the [TS]

  first chorus so you basically to listen [TS]

  to a verse or two and the chorus and [TS]

  then bye-bye consent the three of us [TS]

  will vote on whether to listen to the [TS]

  rest of the song and it's almost always [TS]

  like to skip it [TS]

  I that was was this yet the era of the [TS]

  super long intro or did that come in the [TS]

  early night that feels a little more [TS]

  like a nineties thing this is this is to [TS]

  me the heyday of MTV this is when I mean [TS]

  I don't know this day I mean obviously [TS]

  there's the like totally just a [TS]

  coincidence that you were 19 [TS]

  well that the one MTV's came along it [TS]

  was you it was for hobbyists you had to [TS]

  really sit there and wait for video you [TS]

  like to come on cuz they have like 200 [TS]

  videos period [TS]

  yeah and you know they all seem to be [TS]

  the motels only the lonely [TS]

  well I ran you know they were the same [TS]

  videos you see overall Oliver's army the [TS]

  same videos you see over and over and [TS]

  over what was the band from New Zealand [TS]

  that was fronted by the brother of the [TS]

  young kid that ended up being the [TS]

  crowded house guy a split it split ends [TS]

  I would wait for hours for every day [TS]

  there's no weird [TS]

  yeah that that they were one of the ones [TS]

  that were they were not in heavy [TS]

  rotation [TS]

  yeah yeah but buoyed by the time of [TS]

  split ends video would come along I will [TS]

  yeah i would have seen Iran like six [TS]

  times [TS]

  yeah but you would see so like split sec [TS]

  I got you you see six months in a leaky [TS]

  boat i cannot you two don't go don't but [TS]

  don't but don't but I their own the [TS]

  painting in the background i love the [TS]

  video 29 MTV was absolutely a thing a by [TS]

  85 MTV of the thing [TS]

  oh but they were still showing videos [TS]

  they had good like shows about music [TS]

  videos they had headbangers ball they [TS]

  had no that's the one with Ricky Frankie [TS]

  Ricky Jay Riecke savage not Ricky van on [TS]

  Ricky J he's the one making lights click [TS]

  with these cards gonna go take care of [TS]

  these guards your card is a Jaguar key [TS]

  rocket Rikki Rockett that's it was that [TS]

  right my god i'm guessing and then you [TS]

  also have but you also had my favorite [TS]

  young TV wraps which Islam amazing so [TS]

  I'm gonna call 999 the banner year for [TS]

  MTV although I have to say fab 5 freddy [TS]

  did not have a lot of telegenic [TS]

  no he didn't yeah that's he's a [TS]

  legendary character of fab 5 freddy what [TS]

  we see the fab 5 freddy up blondie song [TS]

  no that's bad press where customers also [TS]

  there's another then it was hosted by a [TS]

  bad lover and dr. Dre except it's a [TS]

  different doctor Dre Dr Dre Dre but the [TS]

  thing is I think there are a lot of dr. [TS]

  dre's doctor because because dr. [TS]

  straight thank you [TS]

  because Dre is short for greatness [TS]

  that's not true and that's a very very [TS]

  popular in a everything American [TS]

  community a lot of a lot of them when [TS]

  they came to Ellis Island the changes [TS]

  they don't sound Jewish you know to the [TS]

  king of the Dreyfus wits it's not [TS]

  driving anymore straightness so that's [TS]

  what dr. dre sure [TS]

  ok and a lot of people you know we're [TS]

  like I'm I'm not a doctor of the rocker [TS]

  further i'm not a real doctor but I am a [TS]

  real dre exactly so dr. dre's popular [TS]

  but how are you going to have a second [TS]

  fab 5 freddy no way there's no way [TS]

  somebody else could be like I'm also fat [TS]

  by pretty see no magnetic field was [TS]

  doing it I think in the nineties when i [TS]

  was still taping it when i moved to [TS]

  Tallahassee I always liked how [TS]

  interested he seemed in the music but he [TS]

  didn't have the kind of like glitzy [TS]

  showbiz feeling like they can't restrain [TS]

  me a little bit crazy there's a tumblr [TS]

  that's just just what dave kendall was [TS]

  wearing on a hundred twenty minutes [TS]

  tremendous and i also want to share [TS]

  something that I don't know if I talked [TS]

  about much but reminds me of your vibe [TS]

  story em some reason i think in 1980 my [TS]

  mom who had taking piano lessons as a [TS]

  kid she could still like you know she'd [TS]

  sit down to play some piano she's not [TS]

  all I'd like to get one of those you [TS]

  know or organ like a series organ ya [TS]

  yeah would ya yeah and so much gee I [TS]

  don't know if she bought it or was [TS]

  gifted it but she had that was a very [TS]

  cheap serious issue organ at our house [TS]

  had the two keyboards and it had the [TS]

  drums and had a Foxtrot got a little [TS]

  button keyboard that played this is the [TS]

  key [TS]

  this is the key is it had the buttons so [TS]

  we got this and she's actually played [TS]

  very much but it came with an organ [TS]

  electric organ with a bench in the bench [TS]

  had some [TS]

  books and books and books in it in it [TS]

  including like it's basically she didn't [TS]

  do it much but I had absolutely nothing [TS]

  to do to fill my time this in the hall [TS]

  and oates sarah and i would just sit [TS]

  down and try to play songs from the [TS]

  fiddler on the roof book but it's also i [TS]

  would write little songs using the [TS]

  buttons because you need to know how to [TS]

  play an E minor use need to know what [TS]

  button hit and I learned stuff like GE [TS]

  minor CD i love ya GA minor like that's [TS]

  but this is 23 years before had a guitar [TS]

  that's when I don't never i never really [TS]

  think about this but we had a book of [TS]

  like spiritual a reader's digest [TS]

  religious music book we had like a you [TS]

  know American classic songs and I would [TS]

  just sit and that play terribly on this [TS]

  organ and then turn the turn the [TS]

  rock-and-roll beat up really fast that's [TS]

  our kind of punk rock so it turns out [TS]

  that's that's basically how i learned [TS]

  I've been through accordion lessons I [TS]

  think the trombone lessons I've been [TS]

  through so many different things [TS]

  meridian lesson oh yeah oh that's right [TS]

  you're from Ohio that's right that's [TS]

  right none of it stuck I hated it all [TS]

  it wasn't until I was on my own with the [TS]

  organ that I would sit there and and [TS]

  beat out some some little tense [TS]

  mhm we have the same organ and my mom [TS]

  bought it for the same reason he turned [TS]

  it on it sounded like when ya examining [TS]

  the fan wound up [TS]

  yeah but uh my game on it was every once [TS]

  in awhile and and not and not [TS]

  infrequently i would go in turn the [TS]

  organ on the fan would come up i would [TS]

  turn on the marimba beat but but [TS]

  whatever some you know i would i would [TS]

  set the tempo mid-tempo because that's [TS]

  the greatest greatest tempo yes and then [TS]

  i would start at the top of the of the [TS]

  button series and I would play i would i [TS]

  would just go down the row i would play [TS]

  each I would push each button for like [TS]

  16 bars while on the piano [TS]

  I would play some like little two or [TS]

  three note melody [TS]

  uh-huh and then I would change to the [TS]

  next button [TS]

  and do the same thing and I would go all [TS]

  the way through three rows of buttons [TS]

  with each each row had 18 was looking to [TS]

  see what fit [TS]

  no I was just playing a song well that [TS]

  was every chord and playing this little [TS]

  sort of and the melody would change [TS]

  depending on what court i went to and [TS]

  and it was it would change just by one [TS]

  note generally because you would hear [TS]

  like oh that note doesn't fit anymore [TS]

  now I have to play that note play this [TS]

  little thing and it had playing the [TS]

  entire song probably took 15 minutes [TS]

  because i had to make it you know i did [TS]

  I gave every poor girl it's almost like [TS]

  like like exercise like running a [TS]

  circuit [TS]

  yeah right every court I would give i [TS]

  would give 16 bars and I would just find [TS]

  in the in the little three year you know [TS]

  three notes boo did too did titude I [TS]

  would find the little melody [TS]

  Wow and just will work my way all the [TS]

  way through and my sister would hear me [TS]

  doing it and come in and dance and this [TS]

  was like a thing and then i would get to [TS]

  the end and I would turn off the organ [TS]

  and I would be done [TS]

  sometimes if Susan was really dancing [TS]

  and I was really having a jam in time I [TS]

  would start over at the top again and i [TS]

  would work my way back through the [TS]

  buttons [TS]

  isn't that amazing yeah and it was I [TS]

  don't know what I was learning i was [TS]

  just learning some kind of like here's [TS]

  how little melodies change when you move [TS]

  from [TS]

  I'm not even sure I understood i [TS]

  understood what was happening that but [TS]

  that was between was part of the fun [TS]

  there's nothing about it what extent was [TS]

  actually in pic embarrassing what I was [TS]

  doing was not anything that I would ever [TS]

  do in front of people because it was so [TS]

  dorky but I mean you know I don't again [TS]

  this is one of those like this should be [TS]

  in my bio pic but like that's one of [TS]

  those stories were like yeah you know [TS]

  that actually was the probably the [TS]

  single biggest thing that got me to [TS]

  figure out enough about music to fumble [TS]

  my way around em like 10 because here's [TS]

  the problem i mean we talk so much in [TS]

  the past about like learning guitar how [TS]

  you and I both like never got that good [TS]

  at guitar or but like but eventually you [TS]

  power through it to where you know the [TS]

  patterns [TS]

  yeah to where you know these like you [TS]

  know the 1454 wherever you go [TS]

  eventually the bar chords but you don't [TS]

  figure that eventually [TS]

  the first you just have to learn all [TS]

  these open chords and then figure out [TS]

  how they fit together [TS]

  yeah and the thing is I'm not putting [TS]

  this well but your your body and your [TS]

  brain are not able to process the music [TS]

  part of it you're thinking about the [TS]

  mechanics of moving your hands around [TS]

  and trying to like fret properly and [TS]

  keep in tune and all that kind of stuff [TS]

  but with the organ with the buttons i [TS]

  could just figure out like like pure [TS]

  chord changes you know I was make these [TS]

  really fruity like psychedelic and blues [TS]

  guys sunshine kind of like you know [TS]

  chord changes and it delights me but it [TS]

  was so dark I would never do that in [TS]

  front of somebody [TS]

  well that's one of the things about [TS]

  having a sibling is that your siblings [TS]

  close enough to you that you cannot [TS]

  excuse me you cannot avoid doing dorky [TS]

  throwing things in it right and so like [TS]

  the idea that I would and I mean I'm [TS]

  sure they're there arrived at a time [TS]

  when I would do my my little organ jam [TS]

  and my sister would come into dance and [TS]

  I was like get out of here i'm doing my [TS]

  own Jam i'm not even sure that ever [TS]

  happened I feel like that's one that's [TS]

  one thing we're that's nice that's a [TS]

  nice tits and I story in a nice image [TS]

  yeah it's a little bit of a thing that [TS]

  you and your sisters share that no one [TS]

  could be embarrassed by because it's [TS]

  never occurred to you that that this [TS]

  happens outside that this is happening [TS]

  outside of your small world right but uh [TS]

  but yeah the the guitar still is a [TS]

  mystery to me the way all the music [TS]

  overlaps itself and interacts with [TS]

  itself and i still routinely discover [TS]

  something room like oh whoa wait a [TS]

  minute that thing is that thing I like [TS]

  it'sit's still like occurring to you [TS]

  it still happens all the time where i'll [TS]

  be out i will have been playing [TS]

  something for years and i'll i'll stop [TS]

  doing it for a second and try and figure [TS]

  out what it is this thing that I've been [TS]

  doing for years [TS]

  looks like you've been doing it in your [TS]

  in your hands [TS]

  yeah but you haven't really like like [TS]

  logically processed it like I put it on [TS]

  a grid or something yeah it's it not [TS]

  only in my hands it's in my songs [TS]

  it's on my album [TS]

  like for a long time I couldn't have [TS]

  told you what the actual chords to the [TS]

  song stupid were from if you'd asked me [TS]

  I would be like I don't know just like [TS]

  it sounds like he commands I mean that [TS]

  sounds silly but like when i try to [TS]

  explain something how to do something [TS]

  that I've done on the computer I i have [TS]

  to change a completely different mode of [TS]

  thinking because I'm so used to just [TS]

  doing this thing with my fingers I've [TS]

  never verbalized anything about what I'm [TS]

  doing and I sound like a complete idiot [TS]

  yeah yeah yeah me too like I don't wanna [TS]

  play it [TS]

  I mean I don't want to tell you how to [TS]

  do it somebody asked me on the internet [TS]

  the other day I was they were like how [TS]

  do you like what's the strum pattern to [TS]

  your song it'll be a breeze and I was [TS]

  like daughter put the pic in your hand [TS]

  and drum before its erratic it's one of [TS]

  your erratic sounding songs [TS]

  well so I so so my my initial response [TS]

  to him was like yeah put a pic in your [TS]

  an instrument i don't know what would [TS]

  listen to it and strum it like it sounds [TS]

  and he wrote back was like okay thanks [TS]

  and I kind of walked around for a couple [TS]

  days kind of feeling bad like tonight [TS]

  that was was I mean I mean I don't [TS]

  understand even the question so I [TS]

  listened to the song and I was like oh I [TS]

  guess I see you know I guess I see what [TS]

  you're saying it's you know it's [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  I don't know the course [TS]

  [Music] [TS]

  and so I started to play it feels [TS]

  natural I'm seeing counting it out it's [TS]

  it's a little weird and so so idea you [TS]

  know I don't know who this person was [TS]

  but I like turned my phone on myself and [TS]

  strummed it into a little video and send [TS]

  it to a guy like I don't hear cool [TS]

  here's how it is i mean i don't i'm not [TS]

  sure you know what I realized is that [TS]

  there's a real up stroke you know strum [TS]

  strum you know there's a there's a very [TS]

  much a a swing to the arm and as I [TS]

  started to do it I realized there are [TS]

  few songs that i have where I where the [TS]

  arm does this kind of almost like a the [TS]

  a gesture that a that you would do if [TS]

  you were pretending to be the conductor [TS]

  of an orchestra for like the kind of [TS]

  fake fluidity of a hand that's kind of [TS]

  swinging around with an imaginary baton [TS]

  going like that it is it about a right [TS]

  and as I'm strumming my hand is actually [TS]

  kind of swinging around kind of a [TS]

  trademark move of yours the swinging [TS]

  around hand while the after a strong up [TS]

  there is a kind of flourish little towns [TS]

  and he kind of flourish little flourish [TS]

  but it's but the flourishes I'm not [TS]

  conscious of it as a decorative element [TS]

  the flourish is there to give my hand [TS]

  something to do in the air before it [TS]

  comes down because because there's a [TS]

  rhythmic you know some damn did a damn [TS]

  and the hands gotta do something in [TS]

  those little is a bottom and so it kind [TS]

  of goes up and spins or spins around a [TS]

  little bit like a like a little [TS]

  hummingbird like we and i don't i don't [TS]

  think about it it's just what's and I [TS]

  didn't think about it it just ended up [TS]

  like that just feels like a very natural [TS]

  scrum and and then the hand you know the [TS]

  hand just naturally did that but it's [TS]

  that type of thing that I couldn't [TS]

  describe it [TS]

  I don't know that I'm doing it and I did [TS]

  not learn it [TS]

  hmm what do you do at what do you call [TS]

  that right now and then you discover it [TS]

  and you're like oh shit [TS]

  you know don't i don't want to know [TS]

  about that like if I started thinking [TS]

  about it i'm gonna get i might get all [TS]

  screwed up [TS]

  oh yeah i mean is that how it is with [TS]

  key commands i could be it could be but [TS]

  i'm thinking like I mean I was never [TS]

  very good at music theory I mean I [TS]

  learned just enough to be dangerous but [TS]

  you know there are people actually [TS]

  people using the show who are very [TS]

  gifted in music theory and they can do [TS]

  stuff like I still I can't tell the [TS]

  difference difference between 6834 time [TS]

  because i think it's got just go to [TS]

  lowest common denominator is all three [TS]

  four other people have very strong [TS]

  feelings i can I would not account that [TS]

  to know the difference [TS]

  mhm you probably can but like there's a [TS]

  but there are there are people out there [TS]

  who would think about and their head I [TS]

  think they're probably thinking along [TS]

  the lines like how would I know take [TS]

  this you know you get those little like [TS]

  even the beatles think about something [TS]

  like to entertain my way we can work it [TS]

  out about the time signatures on we can [TS]

  work it out it's not a super-complex [TS]

  song but like in the life is very short [TS]

  there's a time for fussing and 534 [TS]

  bump-bump all I have always thought you [TS]

  know and obviously pencil brush so I [TS]

  think sometimes people are counting in [TS]

  their head if you're having a serious [TS]

  like band NERD you have to learn how to [TS]

  conduct you have to learn how to count [TS]

  and I don't think that's my part of it [TS]

  is we never do that because like I just [TS]

  rocks but you know there's a lot of 34 [TS]

  in the long winter know I know [TS]

  cinnamon and and 68 and some of it is [TS]

  not where you kind of expected to be [TS]

  here or you know the time signature [TS]

  stuff how I don't get around is it did [TS]

  school me what's the difference [TS]

  well see this is the thing for years and [TS]

  years i would just one other musicians [TS]

  would be playing on that stuff with me [TS]

  or I'd be trying to explain it i would [TS]

  just say waltz waltz see well yeah well [TS]

  it's time to boom song oh bumbo pretty [TS]

  bad there who doesn't know or care that [TS]

  the two general kind of times you got 44 [TS]

  which is almost all music we listen to [TS]

  in the west which is could basically be [TS]

  described as boom chicka bumper sticker [TS]

  or like boom 4134 Wow and you know [TS]

  Watson here because it goes 123 123 its [TS]

  next three-four time right [TS]

  mm but now 68 you got me [TS]

  I mean 68 I know it when I feel it it [TS]

  feels different than 34 and I don't know [TS]

  how to I don't know how to talk about it [TS]

  yeah I just and I write things in 68 [TS]

  also and don't know and I just I feel I [TS]

  feel the difference and its wings [TS]

  differently and I'm sure it has [TS]

  something to do with something where the [TS]

  math of it and the counting you know [TS]

  because music is math and math science [TS]

  and science nature nature's love right [TS]

  so i started love and i get x all but I [TS]

  but it's like chutes and ladders right [TS]

  some people sometimes ladders about [TS]

  these shoots that's right and I just [TS]

  sometimes I just shoot down to the song [TS]

  without passing through science math and [TS]

  nature just pure life i go from love to [TS]

  song em on a shoot while a lot while the [TS]

  guys in rush are climbing up the ladder [TS]

  oh sure jacob's ladder right and i start [TS]

  at the top of the shoot they start at [TS]

  the bottom of the ladder and who knows [TS]

  what happens they arrived at 2112 and I [TS]

  get somewhere where I can't tell other [TS]

  musicians how my songs go now look at [TS]

  the wikipedia page in your life and turn [TS]

  it on again right and we talked about [TS]

  this turn it on again to turn it on [TS]

  again 647 for 13 for 13 8 blogger the [TS]

  mean part i want is a TV show I think [TS]

  that's 13-8 that's nice and Christine [TS]

  830 nate is such a pop song but a bum [TS]

  arm on my mind you know that's all on [TS]

  Reed Pete [TS]

  well sure is a gentle son that's how you [TS]

  know a song [TS]

  yeah show you i don't know what has [TS]

  happened this week I've had too much [TS]

  coffee but you are bringing so much [TS]

  fucking fault wisdom to our audience [TS]

  yeah so all these things that seem [TS]

  really obvious they're not they're not [TS]

  obvious though that they need to be said [TS]

  I haven't have this new song that hasn't [TS]

  been really properly recorded yet called [TS]

  not moving to portland and it's about [TS]

  not moving to Portland [TS]

  for a long time well it has been around [TS]

  for a really long time but it's never [TS]

  been i get i get i get letters sure on [TS]

  sentences here [TS]

  alright i asked asking me where could [TS]

  that song can be found because people [TS]

  want to listen to it and and i say i [TS]

  don't know it's somewhere you look for [TS]

  it on the internet and they're like no [TS]

  no I want the recording of it and I go [TS]

  that's it i'm sorry that's just what's [TS]

  there but I've been thinking seriously [TS]

  about recording it properly so that all [TS]

  the people that don't listen too long [TS]

  winter songs on YouTube that's such a [TS]

  good idea for so many reasons you know [TS]

  how the song goes [TS]

  all you gotta do is get to the mechanics [TS]

  no no nothing's easy or simple but you [TS]

  get through the mechanics of recording [TS]

  that and shit man your juices are going [TS]

  again shit man [TS]

  yeah shit sucks shit dog shit but so [TS]

  that song goes for 45 47 46 845 4746 a [TS]

  comment letting you are consciously [TS]

  going like I want to make a rush son [TS]

  no no I was just like I i wrote the 54 [TS]

  part first I really liked it and you [TS]

  know was jamming along on it and then if [TS]

  you simply stay in five four that's fine [TS]

  but you need you need something to jazz [TS]

  it a little bit and 54 274 feels amazing [TS]

  because just two more right [TS]

  yep identity longer want to get the [TS]

  higher numerators you notice the [TS]

  weirdness last 54 when you sit there [TS]

  listening to take five the the official [TS]

  song of white people everywhere the [TS]

  official chance song of the whites don't [TS]

  go don't don't don't like that really [TS]

  feels like a little wonky but when you [TS]

  get into the higher ones you don't [TS]

  notice like a return on again you would [TS]

  not notice that that is such a crazy [TS]

  time soon well here's the thing about [TS]

  13-8 ok right yeah yeah it's 13-8 it's [TS]

  an 8 is 64 twice plus 1 [TS]

  well I mean most obviously i think sir [TS]

  most obviously it's for 43 x plus 1 [TS]

  well see if you're going to be like that [TS]

  no it's basically it's basically play [TS]

  for but uh three bars of a rock song and [TS]

  then atopy yeah just add one beats so [TS]

  all it all so that added beat feels like [TS]

  that's how that's five for you know [TS]

  that's a I mean that the extra beat is [TS]

  just as easy to throw in and the rest [TS]

  just feels like 44 the ninety-nine [TS]

  percent of the tune if that's how you're [TS]

  playing it or if you're playing six and [TS]

  like you know you you do the pattern you [TS]

  do it three times and then you hit a [TS]

  little like butt up [TS]

  that's like that's it I feel like that's [TS]

  pretty County like everybody's kind of [TS]

  counting it until they until they're [TS]

  just feeling it and they're following [TS]

  the most yes but that stuff is super fun [TS]

  and then you throw then then you go into [TS]

  like Soundgarden land and that's my [TS]

  least favorite part disneyland [TS]

  Soundgarden lands and garden land so [TS]

  soon darling farah Sarah not for Aryan [TS]

  or sitting there for other that's that's [TS]

  the other band some garden is what I [TS]

  singing you're seeing the last of the [TS]

  Pearl Jam i'll be doing pretty news to [TS]

  the tune of any better [TS]

  well but I know like watching got [TS]

  anything for firm firm isn't using [TS]

  backup on that [TS]

  yeah yeah because that was a that was in [TS]

  the green event that was the band went [TS]

  well anybody was never in the Green [TS]

  River pan and either either was chris [TS]

  cornell so you can talk with the hat and [TS]

  the base was in green river got that the [TS]

  base was in green river and stone [TS]

  gossard was Stone geyser see green river [TS]

  was Pearl Jam plus Mudhoney mm were [TS]

  genius bus love equals Jackie Rogers Jr [TS]

  but you're thinking of temple of the dog [TS]

  I want to reach down and pick the crowd [TS]

  up [TS]

  Wow which one is that that's a ro [TS]

  hardware at home ground that's what that [TS]

  is her for all and that was the one so [TS]

  that song is confusing it's like it's [TS]

  like a rat King just it is recommended [TS]

  difficult to figure out all these bands [TS]

  that was the introduction that the world [TS]

  had any better they never heard of him [TS]

  before and that music video of them i [TS]

  guess standing on a beach around the [TS]

  campfire the hungry song [TS]

  yeah I I thought it was the one before [TS]

  Jeremy 10e room for all yeah butBut [TS]

  evenflo kit so my back about Linda [TS]

  shoulder day hope my understanding of [TS]

  that era which let me let me just jump [TS]

  out and say is pretty comprehensive is [TS]

  that temple of the dog came out that was [TS]

  chris cornell anything for anybody [TS]

  following along at home who doesn't care [TS]

  mhm uh what you need to start caring huh [TS]

  stop not caring is one of my that's [TS]

  awesome she likes so wise right stop not [TS]

  care about not caring so uh there there [TS]

  was a guy in seattle named Andrew Wood [TS]

  who fronted a band called the what the [TS]

  fuck were they called mother love bone [TS]

  monotone of bone Mother Love Bone mother [TS]

  love bone but the money's money from [TS]

  Seattle [TS]

  oh yeah keep it out of my face keep down [TS]

  my face that's right touch me I'm sick [TS]

  touch me I'm sick she didn't like there [TS]

  we go there and they're not a whole [TS]

  different place working with all that [TS]

  you know the lead singer of money is he [TS]

  works at sub pop records huh [TS]

  he's still around essence you know [TS]

  they're all still around because Seattle [TS]

  you know what I mean like yeah [TS]

  everybody's down with the cause here [TS]

  it's like a college town [TS]

  those guys are definitely down there [TS]

  down with the struggle but Andrew Wood [TS]

  was very flamboyant lead singer of [TS]

  Mother Love Bone during the era where it [TS]

  was unclear whether seattle was going to [TS]

  be like a hair metal town [TS]

  or whether it was going to be something [TS]

  else like a shitty grungy town which is [TS]

  what it ended up that ended up being [TS]

  popular [TS]

  oh there we go mother love bone so [TS]

  mother love bone was that they were here [TS]

  farmers and they were wearing scarves [TS]

  and I make us kind of glam very super [TS]

  glam and it was coming out of the like [TS]

  poison a put a cherry on it whatever [TS]

  LACMA look at that they do I had no idea [TS]

  they look a little bit done yeah yeah [TS]

  where you're like you know jellyfish [TS]

  minus pop gonna have like a 60 throwback [TS]

  kind of thing [TS]

  yeah but that was what was happening in [TS]

  89 right everybody's wearing Paisley [TS]

  shirts with sure the sleeves and and [TS]

  we're going to type of guitars and like [TS]

  put a what look what the cat dragged in [TS]

  style like like teased hair and so that [TS]

  band also had a I mean they were like [TS]

  one of the be bands here at the time and [TS]

  stone gossard was also in that just [TS]

  meant was in the band so they went from [TS]

  the from the one bandwidth Mudhoney [TS]

  where they were pulled in different [TS]

  directions because if you look at the if [TS]

  you look at Green River that the mud [TS]

  hunt so hats half Mudhoney Steve Turner [TS]

  the guitar player of money is in green [TS]

  apple green river there was also being [TS]

  called green-apple quick-step and I keep [TS]

  stumbling over the who but so those guys [TS]

  were punk and then stone and Jeff were [TS]

  like glam and in seattle the time you [TS]

  can just do that when I'm you don't mean [TS]

  just do that you just have a band that [TS]

  was like a funk have claimed but then it [TS]

  turned into a mother love bone which was [TS]

  all blam all the time [TS]

  okay all glam no sham mhm as what we [TS]

  used to not say [TS]

  and Andrew Wood was one of these guys it [TS]

  was like Hello cannot get the ladies up [TS]

  here you know he was like a David Lee [TS]

  Roth we kind of yeah right and he was [TS]

  wait a minute wait for essen wait for it [TS]

  chris cornell's roommate and best friend [TS]

  turns out turns out chris cornell's [TS]

  roommate and best friend and chris [TS]

  cornell is in Soundgarden hair soon as [TS]

  garden Stein and but Soundgarden was not [TS]

  especially glam they were much more they [TS]

  weren't they weren't like punk either [TS]

  they were like at all they were Zeppelin [TS]

  II mattaponi metal yeah but now we do [TS]

  with the melvins from Seattle the [TS]

  melvins were from Olympia Wash okay [TS]

  sorry alright and they were they repped [TS]

  south sound pretty hard but they were [TS]

  the melvins were III them again the [TS]

  racking free Melvin's are more like [TS]

  sabes e.e will ya like punky saben lucky [TS]

  Sabbath yeah but Melvin's were very [TS]

  influential because the melvins where [TS]

  the band that Kurt Cobain wanted to be [TS]

  in they were them they were the cool [TS]

  band that that Nirvana like was always [TS]

  sort of like hey guys can we carry your [TS]

  amps Catholic it was they were seriously [TS]

  they were like the godfathers of that [TS]

  vibe but the melvins had no time for any [TS]

  of this bullshit who they were just they [TS]

  weren't into glam they were doing their [TS]

  own South CS South like Olympia style [TS]

  that's the shit where they had like moss [TS]

  growing in there in their nostrils and [TS]

  stuff like that part of washington is [TS]

  just what what is the equivalent and [TS]

  there is no equivalent in California [TS]

  there are definitely equivalents in a in [TS]

  Oregon to this it's like a college town [TS]

  full of a narco hippie kind of santa [TS]

  cruz no Santa Cruz to its to clean and [TS]

  to surfer who died and for sure Santa [TS]

  Cruz oriented toward the water and in [TS]

  the sort of olympia aberdeen nexus it is [TS]

  also oriented to the water but but it's [TS]

  like oriented to more like add dragging [TS]

  the river for bodies kind of way exactly [TS]

  like a like you go out there [TS]

  you're harvesting sealife em and then [TS]

  you're bringing it back and selling it [TS]

  in order to pump up the tires on your [TS]

  mobile home because you keep thinking [TS]

  that you're gonna put it behind the [TS]

  truck and trailer somewhere that's the [TS]

  spring States you know what I mean like [TS]

  you know what my tires food and full-on [TS]

  19th birthday I got a fishing license [TS]

  and a bag of chilled we're gonna one day [TS]

  sweetheart we're gonna get out of this [TS]

  town as soon as I can get the tires on [TS]

  this thing up and that means I go out to [TS]

  see one more time baby this town rips [TS]

  the vein from your shrimp and I'm gonna [TS]

  you know what I'm gonna get a license to [TS]

  harvest gooey duck and when i get 14 [TS]

  gooey duck i'm gonna some to Japan [TS]

  I'm gonna get new tires on this rig and [TS]

  we're getting out of here we're going [TS]

  all the way to swim [TS]

  Gordon fisherman meets of my submit yeah [TS]

  okay right except their own time about [TS]

  the rabbits George except there aren't [TS]

  even like the colorful characters it's [TS]

  kind of like old greg from the mighty [TS]

  boosh wow nice pole [TS]

  I'm old lady you not old greg i'm old [TS]

  gregg like he comes up out of the sea [TS]

  and keys it turns out he's a kurt [TS]

  cobain's uncle whenever a girl named [TS]

  Greg but no massey of massey another so [TS]

  temple of the dog was chris cornell's [TS]

  record that he wrote in tribute to his [TS]

  best friend and the wood who had [TS]

  recently died of a heroin overdose [TS]

  he was the first big rock star of the [TS]

  Seattle seen two died of heroin and it [TS]

  was was it has John he was not the last [TS]

  my friend in some ways he [TS]

  my friend in some ways he [TS]

  he set the tone which was hey if you're [TS]

  going to be a big deal in this town [TS]

  you're gonna have to die of heroin [TS]

  yeah but so temple of the dog was the [TS]

  big tribute record the chris cornell [TS]

  road and then right at the last minute a [TS]

  his pals we're starting this new band [TS]

  with this kid from California named [TS]

  Eddie better and very generously i like [TS]

  to think it was a very generous move on [TS]

  chris cornell's part it was like well [TS]

  why don't you sing on my tribute record [TS]

  to Andy would a guy sang lead on that [TS]

  song a guy you never met writer I mean [TS]

  if any better met Andy would it was not [TS]

  his behind music my friend i did not [TS]

  know these things that won't know any [TS]

  better wouldn't really have met Andy [TS]

  would because the reason that stone [TS]

  gossard and Jeff meant even met any [TS]

  better was because their bandwidth and [TS]

  he would had just broken up because any [TS]

  one time and so they were like what we [TS]

  got we know we want to do this let's [TS]

  form a new band and we'll put out a call [TS]

  for singers so Eddie so chris cornell's [TS]

  like yeah man why don't you sing on this [TS]

  tribute to my old best pal that was the [TS]

  singer of your bandmates old band and [TS]

  like here you go why don't you take the [TS]

  lead on this tune that becomes the big [TS]

  MTV smash that really touched off the [TS]

  whole pearl jam Soundgarden metal side [TS]

  of MTV brunch for da boom stick the [TS]

  landing Seattle rock history to pow boom [TS]

  there it is you and all those bros all [TS]

  those bros knew each other and we're all [TS]

  broke pals back in the day and your good [TS]

  friend Jason thin also knew all those [TS]

  bros look at that the check in Austin's [TS]

  back to Jason Jason fin he was there he [TS]

  was there and his band love battery [TS]

  right we're not very good let's be [TS]

  honest [TS]

  um but uh I didn't ever tell you the [TS]

  story we were walking down the street [TS]

  one time it seems like now many years [TS]

  ago but he was probably already 33 years [TS]

  old and he's like God unless I'm gonna [TS]

  get a tattoo like do you have any [TS]

  tattoos now now [TS]

  well you're you're in your thirties why [TS]

  are you getting a tattoo [TS]

  I'm gonna get a tattoo of love battery i [TS]

  was like love battery your band broke up [TS]

  ten years ago [TS]

  he's like that's right and so we walked [TS]

  into a tattoo parlor [TS]

  I don't even know why I don't know why I [TS]

  was there you just encountered him on [TS]

  the streets a lot you run into him a lot [TS]

  yeah give me any of your anecdotes [TS]

  involving Jason Finn involves running [TS]

  into him on the street now you run into [TS]

  when you guys go ahead a little [TS]

  adventure that's what you do in certain [TS]

  questions about what he's doing in that [TS]

  neighborhood if he has questions about [TS]

  what I'm doing but uh but so I where he [TS]

  went we went into this tattoo parlor was [TS]

  back behind the hair salon kind of up [TS]

  above the taqueria express and he sits [TS]

  in the chair and he's like here's what i [TS]

  want and he pulls out the cover art to [TS]

  his Sub Pop release from 1990 or [TS]

  something like that he's like put that [TS]

  on my arm and it's the only tattoo he [TS]

  has swag wow yeah and it was some kind [TS]

  of retro at the time I was like is this [TS]

  revisionist are you putting this tattoo [TS]

  on you as though you had it on then all [TS]

  i see i've had this shirt all along [TS]

  yeah exactly you know what I mean my ass [TS]

  your band but you didn't get a tattoo of [TS]

  your band when it was a bad now you're [TS]

  getting it as post band [TS]

  it would also be like you have to [TS]

  Instagram a little bit i mean you know [TS]

  what I mean a filter like you wouldn't [TS]

  want the because you can for some pretty [TS]

  good inc at this point you want to get [TS]

  the shitty tattoo he would had in 1992 [TS]

  happy legit but but he said no it's not [TS]

  revisionist I just you know that band [TS]

  was very important to me and i want to i [TS]

  want to commemorate its good for him and [TS]

  what's what's really sad is that when [TS]

  love battery gets together now to play [TS]

  shows i don't think they I think they [TS]

  get a different from her behind not [TS]

  because Jason isn't a fantastic drummer [TS]

  but just because Seattle music politics [TS]

  is weird and I think maybe Jason's less [TS]

  horrible that's like the world's least [TS]

  interesting oh Henry story [TS]

  well except here at six and Jason like [TS]

  left love [TS]

  Adrian alerts when he got cherry picked [TS]

  to be investing that man they still [TS]

  planning [TS]

  yeah well no he's not anymore because [TS]

  the singer of the presidents of the USA [TS]

  Today music now decided he wanted to do [TS]

  kids music exclusive for baby pants and [TS]

  that's right Casper baby follow him on [TS]

  the Twitter he's a very big deal and his [TS]

  music is very spectacular right and he [TS]

  was like you know what being in a rock [TS]

  band for a people that are playing for [TS]

  grownups all the time [TS]

  hmm means that i have to travel around [TS]

  ladies shows for dummies and everybody's [TS]

  john sloan in and make five or six [TS]

  figures and reschedule you for the [TS]

  weekend [TS]

  yeah but he's you know it's it's it's [TS]

  honestly like I local dude to yeah he [TS]

  doesn't need the money and I'll caspar [TS]

  babypants but believe me I understand [TS]

  yeah he's a guy that's like I don't want [TS]

  to stay up until midnight to wait to [TS]

  play for a bunch of drunks i wanted i [TS]

  want to sleep in my own bed and I can [TS]

  make music for kids who really love it [TS]

  that that's nice what are you gonna do [TS]

  adjacent you gotta put that kind of work [TS]

  is he playing a different man now being [TS]

  Jason needs a job now you should have a [TS]

  play with you [TS]

  well Jason thinks so too and I you know [TS]

  I glove Jamie is a very good drummer is [TS]

  very good drummer but that's not the [TS]

  issue [TS]

  that's not the issue the issue is that [TS]

  Jason was the was the band manager of [TS]

  the presidents of the USA he was the [TS]

  thing that kind of kept that machine [TS]

  rollin he's appalled [TS]

  yeah because Dave Meinert who used to be [TS]

  the president of the USA manager they [TS]

  fired him for something because they [TS]

  were all too close to each other they [TS]

  were all in bed with each other and then [TS]

  Dave Meinert signed the Lumineers and [TS]

  now is a million billion oh so Dave [TS]

  minor got the last laugh on everybody in [TS]

  this town because he just was like you [TS]

  know what I'm band manager uh let's see [TS]

  about my son these guys and you know [TS]

  stomp-stomp-stomp far as i can tell did [TS]

  no work at all and all of a sudden they [TS]

  were there it's old like a million [TS]

  records and land out of money in that [TS]

  the cell phone commercial music I was [TS]

  sitting with Dave's and he was trying to [TS]

  use trying to figure out what he was [TS]

  going to like what his next project was [TS]

  going to be and at one point he said [TS]

  well you know one of these days very [TS]

  soon [TS]

  soon a check is going to literally [TS]

  arrived in my mailbox for a million [TS]

  dollars or and so I'm sitting here right [TS]

  now talking to you in a in a certain [TS]

  state which is the state of someone who [TS]

  is working and has the X amount of [TS]

  dollars like this the small amount that [TS]

  you would have if you own a business but [TS]

  I've already earned this million dollars [TS]

  it just hasn't arrived in my mailbox and [TS]

  I was like wow this is a pregnant moment [TS]

  yeah one and like in that kind of [TS]

  situation you get alc get paid last but [TS]

  there's a lot of other lot of move a lot [TS]

  of different monies have to move through [TS]

  different pipes then be processed with [TS]

  apportionments made two different other [TS]

  people's monies and it might be quite a [TS]

  while before you see any of that [TS]

  well except he's the Manager so he's the [TS]

  pipes [TS]

  he's the pipes is the PI he survived the [TS]

  money moved into his pipes first he [TS]

  piped out and everybody but this was his [TS]

  personal cut of the money pipe i get it [TS]

  and he so he knew what it was he knew he [TS]

  had earned it because he watched it go [TS]

  by the first time anyway huh [TS]

  the problem with having Jason thin in [TS]

  the long winters is that we talked we [TS]

  have talked about it many times and [TS]

  chases played with the longer but here's [TS]

  the here's how the conversation goes hey [TS]

  Jason do you want to be in the long [TS]

  winters [TS]

  yes ok well let's start talking about to [TS]

  her and he's like all right well what [TS]

  what kind of you know what kind of brand [TS]

  of cables do you use and I'm like huh [TS]

  I don't know Smith brand no no you can't [TS]

  use Smith brand those are bullshit that [TS]

  I tell you what I'll handle I'm like [TS]

  when I will well how you been in the [TS]

  band like 11 can click the bidirectional [TS]

  cables you know the the the directional [TS]

  and so right away he's like Trey's [TS]

  managing the band and I'm like that will [TS]

  settle down i like those Smith cables is [TS]

  like nada [TS]

  so it's not it's not a musical problem [TS]

  it's just that he cannot manage me and I [TS]

  cannot be managed season he's a border [TS]

  collie yeah he's that's right he's a [TS]

  he's an Australian Shepherd it's in the [TS]

  reason is it is breeding for many things [TS]

  to do is grab people [TS]

  by the pants dragging through the yard [TS]

  yeah he's trying to get me to go through [TS]

  the gate and then then turn and go [TS]

  through the second gate and then go up [TS]

  over the hill go through a third gate [TS]

  and then have everybody like the [TS]

  whatever going to a Corral mhm and i am [TS]

  an eagle who does not want to work with [TS]

  the turkeys right and so you know i'm [TS]

  not even my cubicle and I have that sign [TS]

  posted on the outside of the door which [TS]

  is a real slap in the face [TS]

  everyone at work I can soar with Eagles [TS]

  if you're flying with turkeys yeah yeah [TS]

  imagine wise the that's serious business [TS]

  and so what so and what we end up doing [TS]

  is going to dim sum and talk about [TS]

  something else that smart but up until [TS]

  now I haven't there's not what you know [TS]

  what what band what band could I'd did i [TS]

  even have been be the drummer in yeah [TS]

  but I got an interesting text message [TS]

  the other day from the bass player of [TS]

  pretty girls make graves who said who [TS]

  was as you know the former bass player [TS]

  of the murder city devils oh yeah right [TS]

  okay i did not know that he texted me [TS]

  and said hey why don't we play some [TS]

  music [TS]

  that's a nice text message right and I [TS]

  was like whoa like the murder city [TS]

  devils into pretty girls make graves [TS]

  that's a pretty cool kid music lineage [TS]

  that was you know was like a parallel [TS]

  lines with my music lineage but now now [TS]

  sort of never intersect I feel like I've [TS]

  seen the murder scene actually I've seen [TS]

  them like at bottom of the hill yet [TS]

  probably did they set their piano on [TS]

  fire what they can look at pictures here [TS]

  I don't remember piano fire that was [TS]

  kind of one of their signature moves [TS]

  later on they have they hired a piano [TS]

  player [TS]

  young woman who was very rock and roll [TS]

  and one of the things they did was set [TS]

  their piano on fire that's nice [TS]

  it's you know like you said your guitar [TS]

  on fire that's been done but I want to [TS]

  move it right let's think when you were [TS]

  talking about Sarah you're the the lady [TS]

  who plays the device i instantly thought [TS]

  of Ben Folds Five and the story goes on [TS]

  the first two were they actually toured [TS]

  with a baby grand piano [TS]

  uh-huh so they don't have to think about [TS]

  the places you've gone and got to take [TS]

  my amp up there and they would have a [TS]

  baby grand piano that they would have to [TS]

  carry up stones did he take the lists [TS]

  ridiculous idiot you know Keane the but [TS]

  my good good pals from mingling they [TS]

  have a very very special piano that [TS]

  confusingly no one else uses which is [TS]

  the yamaha CP 70 i think which is an [TS]

  electric piano that has strings [TS]

  oh but it doesn't sound like a our roads [TS]

  no that's the thing of the roads is [TS]

  actually kind of a vibraphone brilliance [TS]

  very different sounds like it's hitting [TS]

  bars [TS]

  it is yeah it's hitting little bars that [TS]

  go boom where they were heavy since [TS]

  they're so heavy well you think those [TS]

  are heavy [TS]

  look up a CP 7am it's a piano yeah it's [TS]

  a it's a it's a infant grant but it but [TS]

  it it's collapsible it collapses into a [TS]

  like that this has strings & hammers in [TS]

  it [TS]

  yeah yeah but it's an electric pis stay [TS]

  in tune like if you're like with the [TS]

  Florida how would it stay in tune [TS]

  this is the think so keen this is their [TS]

  signature p.m. ok it's on all their [TS]

  things get Tim Rice oxley plays at every [TS]

  show and they arrived in a town and then [TS]

  a piano tuner comes and tunes their [TS]

  piano every night before the show which [TS]

  is not a small operation sounds like a [TS]

  euphemism as here that's right you show [TS]

  up for the total combined typically and [TS]

  you know what to my piano baby at that [TS]

  let's see lower at which is that is an [TS]

  incredible [TS]

  that's an incredible deal right [TS]

  of touring with one of those but then [TS]

  check out privilege my goodness i got [TS]

  home [TS]

  well this is the this is the this is the [TS]

  trick I got home and was talking to my [TS]

  brother Bart and I was like yeah i just [TS]

  did this tour with the with key they're [TS]

  playing this piano called CP 70 because [TS]

  you know my brother is a professional [TS]

  piano player and Bart said oh yeah I [TS]

  used to tour with the CP 70 well bard [TS]

  when he says to her he means travel in a [TS]

  ford van with no back seat like a like a [TS]

  like a black flag back van and play at [TS]

  ramada ins across the northwest and I [TS]

  was like you play you tour with the CP [TS]

  70 that's insane [TS]

  oh he's like yeah I used to tour with a [TS]

  Hammond b3 with a row with the boat a [TS]

  speaker rotating speaker and he said [TS]

  we'd show up to the thing and I'd get my [TS]

  hand truck out and the other guys [TS]

  wouldn't even help me I would just load [TS]

  and load the b3 and the Leslie in myself [TS]

  every time and loaded out at the end of [TS]

  the night so I'm like I gotta see your [TS]

  CP 70 so he takes me down in his [TS]

  basement in Yakima [TS]

  here's this piano completely shredded [TS]

  right all the tolex is ripped it looks [TS]

  like it's been dropped off of a building [TS]

  it looks like the toyota hilux that was [TS]

  in the TV show who [TS]

  what's the English the car TV show top [TS]

  gear top gear [TS]

  there's that toyota hilux that they [TS]

  tried to destroy it is that what they [TS]

  like driver driver Yankee car [TS]

  no it's not that it's they bought a new [TS]

  Toyota and they tried to destroy it so [TS]

  that the engine wouldn't start [TS]

  ok and they actually dropped it from a [TS]

  crane and they drove it into a lake I [TS]

  mean they destroyed this truck and then [TS]

  they would get in it and they turn the [TS]

  key in the promoter would start it was [TS]

  kind of like about to show how durable [TS]

  it was to show how durable got it ok [TS]

  anyway so parts like yeah I don't want [TS]

  that fucking thing is it's taking up my [TS]

  basement and i gave Wow and right now i [TS]

  have a totally trashed yamaha CP 70 in [TS]

  the closet of my backpack and I don't [TS]

  know what to do with it but i can't [TS]

  throw a key [TS]

  get rid of it why could it shit dawg [TS]