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Sound Opinions Show 385, April 12, 2013, 4/12/2013

From: Sound Opinions
Series: Sound Opinions Episodes
Length: 59:00

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Jim and Greg remember a critical hero: Roger Ebert. In 2006, the three critics sat down to discuss the best and worst music movies and Ebert's own rock 'n' roll past.

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NEWS:

• Kid Rock has announced that he will be taking a “pay cut” in order to sell tickets to his summer concerts for a mere $20. However, he and promoter Live Nation are also conducting an experiment in market-driven pricing and have held back a number of seats to sell as “Platinum Tickets.”

FEATURE:

Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot remember a friend and critical hero: Roger Ebert. Jim worked with Ebert at the Chicago Sun-Times, and Greg worked with Gene Siskel at the Chicago Tribune. Their show was a model for Sound Opinions in many ways. In 2006, the three critics sat down to talk music movies and Ebert's own rock 'n' roll past, which includes a remarkable meeting with The Sex Pistols. This ended up being one of Ebert’s last recorded interviews before losing his ability to speak. 

REVIEW:

Jim and Greg review Mosquito, the 4th album by the New York trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

DESERT ISLAND JUKEBOX:

Jim remembers music engineer Andy Johns who worked on classic albums by Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Van Halen and more. He chooses to add the song “See No Evil” from Television’s 1977 landmark debut Marquee Moon.

YOUR SOUND OPINIONS:

At the end of the show we hear comments from listeners.

Piece Description

NEWS:

• Kid Rock has announced that he will be taking a “pay cut” in order to sell tickets to his summer concerts for a mere $20. However, he and promoter Live Nation are also conducting an experiment in market-driven pricing and have held back a number of seats to sell as “Platinum Tickets.”

FEATURE:

Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot remember a friend and critical hero: Roger Ebert. Jim worked with Ebert at the Chicago Sun-Times, and Greg worked with Gene Siskel at the Chicago Tribune. Their show was a model for Sound Opinions in many ways. In 2006, the three critics sat down to talk music movies and Ebert's own rock 'n' roll past, which includes a remarkable meeting with The Sex Pistols. This ended up being one of Ebert’s last recorded interviews before losing his ability to speak. 

REVIEW:

Jim and Greg review Mosquito, the 4th album by the New York trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

DESERT ISLAND JUKEBOX:

Jim remembers music engineer Andy Johns who worked on classic albums by Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Van Halen and more. He chooses to add the song “See No Evil” from Television’s 1977 landmark debut Marquee Moon.

YOUR SOUND OPINIONS:

At the end of the show we hear comments from listeners.

Timing and Cues

Total Program Length: 59:00

(0:00 - 1:00) Program Billboard
In Cue: [music]
Out Cue: “…on Sound Opinions.”

(1:00 – 19:00) Program Segment 1
In Cue: “Sound Opinions is…”
Out Cue: “…the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.” [music]

(19:00 – 20:00) Program Break
Vocal music bed for local announcements

(20:00 – 39:35) Program Segment 2
In Cue: [music] “Welcome back to Sound Opinions…”
Out cue: “...Desert Island Jukebox.” [music]

(39:35 – 40:35) Program Break
Vocal music bed for local announcements

(40:35 – 54:00) Program Segment 3
In Cue: [music] “Welcome back to Sound Opinions…”
Out Cue: “…freaks him out!” [music]

(54:00 - 59:00) Program Segment 4
In Cue: “On Sound Opinions...”
Out Cue: “….distributed by PRX” [music]

NEWS HOLE: Optional news hole can be inserted at 1:00. Program Segment 4 would be omitted.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Bawitdaba Kid Rock Live Trucker. Atlantic 2006 :30
Mosquito Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito. Interscope 2013 :34
Sacrilege Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito. Interscope 2013 02:08
Television Television Television. Elektra 1977 02:02
Theme from At the Movies Siskel & Ebert Television series. N/A 1986 :30
It’s All Over Now Baby Blue Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home. Columbia 1965 :18
The Star Spangled Banner Jimi Hendrix Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More. Atlantic 1970 :10
Gimme Shelter Rolling Stones Let It Bleed. Decca 1969 01:13
The Weight The Band The Last Waltz. Warner Bros 1978 :57
She Loves You The Beatles Performance from A Hard Day’s Night. N/A 1964 :15
Can't Buy Me Love The Beatles Performance from A Hard Day’s Night. N/A 1964 :18
Anarchy in the UK The Sex Pistols Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols. EMI 1976 :30
Incense and Peppermints Strawberry Alarm Clock Incense and Peppermints. UNI 1967 01:10
Calling You Barbra Streisand The Movie Album. Columbia 2003 :13
Whiplash Metallica Kill ‘Em All. Elektra 1983 :10
Seed 2.0 The Roots Phrenology. MCA 2002 :20
The Seed Superchunk No Pocky for Kitty. Matador 1991 :23
Cousin Dupree Steely Dan Two Against Nature. Giant 2000 :16
Husbands (Live in Bristol) Savages I Am Here. Pop Noire 2012 :14

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