• SB LVII half-time show

    From Ogg@VERT/CAPCITY2 to All on Mon Feb 13 23:03:00 2023
    It wasn't that great to me. Not a Rhianna fan. She may have a
    couple of tunes that might have some cool musical treatment.
    But otherwise she's not really a too extraordinary singer at
    all, to me. Her voice comes across a bit too whiney. However,
    she does have the looks to be appealing to watch.

    The staging mechanics of the multiple floating and changing
    platforms was very interesting though. Some of these halftime
    shows always seem to be extraordinary productions for just a
    mere 14 minute show.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ogg on Tue Feb 14 18:27:48 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Ogg to All on Mon Feb 13 2023 11:03 pm

    It wasn't that great to me. Not a Rhianna fan. She may have a
    couple of tunes that might have some cool musical treatment.
    But otherwise she's not really a too extraordinary singer at
    all, to me. Her voice comes across a bit too whiney. However,
    she does have the looks to be appealing to watch.

    i just put the creed halftime show on for 2 hrs and turned on a blowerfan and lipsync'd along and pointed at my imaginary fans in the imaginary crowd.

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  • From Grease@VERT/DARKMATT to Ogg on Wed Feb 15 09:39:00 2023
    On 02-13-23 23:03, Ogg mumbled to All about SB LVII half-time show.

    It wasn't that great to me. Not a Rhianna fan. She may have a
    couple of tunes that might have some cool musical treatment.
    But otherwise she's not really a too extraordinary singer at
    all, to me. Her voice comes across a bit too whiney. However,
    she does have the looks to be appealing to watch.

    What happened to people that could actually sing and play instruments? The halftime show was basically TL;DW.

    The staging mechanics of the multiple floating and changing
    platforms was very interesting though. Some of these halftime
    shows always seem to be extraordinary productions for just a
    mere 14 minute show.

    It take a thousand people to build and move this stuff around. It seems
    like a waste of time and effort.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Grease on Wed Feb 15 22:27:22 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to Ogg on Wed Feb 15 2023 09:39 am


    What happened to people that could actually sing and play instruments? The halftime show was basically TL;DW.


    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Grease on Wed Feb 15 23:54:28 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Wed Feb 15 2023 10:27 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to Ogg on Wed Feb 15 2023 09:39 am


    What happened to people that could actually sing and play instruments? The halftime show was basically TL;DW.


    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

    OH looks like i'm wrong. the 2011 black eyed peas one was live https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY_0HIEdeWA

    i guess half the time these shows are lip synch

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  • From Phigan@VERT/TACOPRON to MRO on Thu Feb 16 07:59:05 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Wed Feb 15 2023 11:54 pm

    i guess half the time these shows ar
    lip synch

    The Tom Petty halftime show was
    definitely live. I was part of the
    audience that year. We saw him practice
    the whole thing multiple times the days
    before the show.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Thu Feb 16 12:10:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Wed Feb 15 2023 11:54 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Wed Feb 15 2023 10:27 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to Ogg on Wed Feb 15 2023 09:39 am


    What happened to people that could actually sing and play instruments? The halftime show was basically TL;DW.


    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

    OH looks like i'm wrong. the 2011 black eyed peas one was live https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY_0HIEdeWA

    i guess half the time these shows are lip synch


    When I was a kid in the 70's and 80's, on Saturday mornings ABC would end
    thier cartoon block by showing American Bandstand. Each week they woud have
    a live guest appear, however it was clear they were lip syncing (no cords on guitars.) On youtube I catch old "live" performances from other shows, and even ran into some performances where the singer is live, but the backing trac k was taped. An example was the Byrds playing on a variety show, and it
    sounds like it was a drag in the tape when the show was recorded, but you
    could hear David Crosby attempt to adjust for the audio hiccup. The only reason I could imagine them doing a partially taped show is because Roger McGuinn's guitar sound was heavily processed by 1960's standards, and it was probably recorded in a studio where the compressor and other gear was set up.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Phigan on Thu Feb 16 12:12:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Phigan to MRO on Thu Feb 16 2023 07:59 am

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Wed Feb 15 2023 11:54 pm

    i guess half the time these shows ar
    lip synch

    The Tom Petty halftime show was
    definitely live. I was part of the
    audience that year. We saw him practice
    the whole thing multiple times the days
    before the show.

    The difference with a band like Tom Petty's was they could sing and play
    their songs live without sequencers, loop pedals, and auto tune.

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  • From Grease@VERT/DARKMATT to MRO on Thu Feb 16 16:46:00 2023
    On 02-15-23 22:27, MRO mumbled to Grease about SB LVII half-time show.

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to Ogg on Wed Feb 15 2023 09:39 am

    What happened to people that could actually sing and play instruments? The halftime show was basically TL;DW.

    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

    I know, but it was badly done this time. Before HD TV's, it was nosuch a big deal. Even the old American Bandstand episodes, it seemed better.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Phigan on Thu Feb 16 22:35:17 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Phigan to MRO on Thu Feb 16 2023 07:59 am

    The Tom Petty halftime show was definitely live. I was part of the audience that year. We saw him practice the whole thing multiple times the days before the show.

    yeah he was always live. i saw him live before. he sounded the same live as on his recordings.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Thu Feb 16 22:39:57 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to Phigan on Thu Feb 16 2023 12:12 pm


    The difference with a band like Tom Petty's was they could sing and play their songs live without sequencers, loop pedals, and auto tune.

    there's not many bands that sound the same live as on a recording.
    rage against the machine sounds the same too.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Grease on Thu Feb 16 22:41:04 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to MRO on Thu Feb 16 2023 04:46 pm

    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

    I know, but it was badly done this time. Before HD TV's, it was nosuch a big deal. Even the old American Bandstand episodes, it seemed better.


    mamma sez foosball is the devil.

    i dont even like football or watch it. my son was a good football player until his knee went out on him. I never even liked playing it. i was baseball and basketball.

    i think football has a lot of hero worship and i think most people get into it so they can have drinking parties.

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  • From Nopants@VERT/CITBBS to MRO on Fri Feb 17 10:05:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Thu Feb 16 2023 10:39 pm

    there's not many bands that sound the same live as on a recording.
    rage against the machine sounds the same too.

    I recently saw RATM at the Madison Square Garden and have a video that does sound like their album.

    I also found Paul Simon was like this.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Fri Feb 17 11:44:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Thu Feb 16 2023 10:39 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to Phigan on Thu Feb 16 2023 12:12 pm


    The difference with a band like Tom Petty's was they could sing and play their songs live without sequencers, loop pedals, and auto tune.

    there's not many bands that sound the same live as on a recording.
    rage against the machine sounds the same too.


    20 years ago there was a band named Silverchair, and their vocals on the
    first album were heavily processed. The singer was 17, and that voice
    couldn't have come from him.

    When the second album came out they must've gotten flak because the singer didn't sound the same. His real voice was less full, but sounded good for their style of music.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Fri Feb 17 11:50:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Grease on Thu Feb 16 2023 10:41 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Grease to MRO on Thu Feb 16 2023 04:46 pm

    the half time show has always been prerecorded music/lip synch

    I know, but it was badly done this time. Before HD TV's, it was nosuch a deal. Even the old American Bandstand episodes, it seemed better.


    mamma sez foosball is the devil.

    i dont even like football or watch it. my son was a good football player unt

    i think football has a lot of hero worship and i think most people get into


    Sports gambling is really big in football. My sister knew a bookie who
    worked a midnight shift so he could spend most of the shift making calls and collecting debt. He didn't stay working at a place for long, unless the
    shift manager knew he was doing it or owed him money.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Fri Feb 17 23:51:19 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:44 am

    20 years ago there was a band named Silverchair, and their vocals on the first album were heavily processed. The singer was 17, and that voice couldn't have come from him.

    When the second album came out they must've gotten flak because the singer didn't sound the same. His real voice was less full, but sounded good for their style of music.


    yeah i liked silverchair. engineers fuck around with the sound with all the songs, they have been doing it forever.

    I never heard about a controversy about the singer's singing. I pulled up a live video of them playing live. I'm not sure what the date is but their live sound is pretty legit.

    it's not like britney spears where they are totally tone deaf. i've heard recordings where people jacked into the concert and pulled her audio out separately and it sounds like a child singing out of key.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Fri Feb 17 23:52:39 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:50 am

    Sports gambling is really big in football. My sister knew a bookie who worked a midnight shift so he could spend most of the shift making calls and collecting debt. He didn't stay working at a place for long, unless the shift manager knew he was doing it or owed him money.

    oh yeah, that too. my mom's boyfriend almost had his legs broken. she saved his ass by paying off his debts. he was using this phone system all the time. he really was addicted. plus he didn't know what he was doing. he always lost.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Sat Feb 18 20:36:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:51 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:44 am

    20 years ago there was a band named Silverchair, and their vocals on the first album were heavily processed. The singer was 17, and that voice couldn't have come from him.

    When the second album came out they must've gotten flak because the singe didn't sound the same. His real voice was less full, but sounded good fo their style of music.


    yeah i liked silverchair. engineers fuck around with the sound with all the

    I never heard about a controversy about the singer's singing. I pulled up a

    it's not like britney spears where they are totally tone deaf. i've heard r


    Speaking of bad audio, the former Chicago radio host Mancow Muller recorded
    a live show wtih Paul McCartney's band for the radio station. Since it was recorded at the mixing board, he could isolate individual vocals. While listening to isolated vocals, he learned why Linda McCartney's mic feed was dialed down. She sings out of key, but they mix her mic so low in the mix
    no one notices. Mancow would replay the recording with Linda's voice turned
    up ,and each time he played it the station would be fined $100k. She has passed away, but this was being done while she was alive

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Sat Feb 18 20:40:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:52 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Fri Feb 17 2023 11:50 am

    Sports gambling is really big in football. My sister knew a bookie who worked a midnight shift so he could spend most of the shift making calls collecting debt. He didn't stay working at a place for long, unless the shift manager knew he was doing it or owed him money.

    oh yeah, that too. my mom's boyfriend almost had his legs broken. she saved his ass by paying off his debts. he was using this phone system all the tim


    Odds are stacked against greedy gamblers.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Sat Feb 18 23:34:21 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sat Feb 18 2023 08:36 pm


    Speaking of bad audio, the former Chicago radio host Mancow Muller recorded a live show wtih Paul McCartney's band for the radio station. Since it was recorded at the mixing board, he could isolate individual vocals. While listening to isolated vocals, he learned why Linda McCartney's mic feed was dialed down. She sings out of key, but they mix her mic so low in the mix no one notices. Mancow would replay the recording with Linda's voice turned up ,and each time he played it the station would be fined $100k. She has passed away, but this was being done while she was alive

    oh yeah. mancow was good at getting fines. he did that haircut thing too.

    i was listening to him in the morning of the 911 attacks and i thought it was another of his sick radio hoaxes.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Sat Feb 18 23:35:24 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sat Feb 18 2023 08:40 pm

    oh yeah, that too. my mom's boyfriend almost had his legs broken. she saved his ass by paying off his debts. he was using this phone system all the tim



    Odds are stacked against greedy gamblers.

    if you play slots and some other types of machines you actually let to the point where you make more than you lose. then it's the little people who pay in and don't get any back. you need a good chunk of money and cred to work your way up.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Sun Feb 19 14:52:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Sat Feb 18 2023 11:34 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sat Feb 18 2023 08:36 pm


    Speaking of bad audio, the former Chicago radio host Mancow Muller record a live show wtih Paul McCartney's band for the radio station. Since it w recorded at the mixing board, he could isolate individual vocals. While listening to isolated vocals, he learned why Linda McCartney's mic feed dialed down. She sings out of key, but they mix her mic so low in the m no one notices. Mancow would replay the recording with Linda's voice tur up ,and each time he played it the station would be fined $100k. She has passed away, but this was being done while she was alive

    oh yeah. mancow was good at getting fines. he did that haircut thing too.

    i was listening to him in the morning of the 911 attacks and i thought it wa


    I have lost track of him. First, he wass was on 105.9 Chicago and picked on the guys at 101.1. Hi scontract was dropped and he moved over to 101.1. During htat period he was syndicated across the country, and had a morning sho .w on WPWR. He fell off the radar, then I heard he was still doing the syndic ated show from WLS. He then became a WLS regular, then I heard he was on the Loop. He used to pick and tease about the dj's atthe Loop beforehand.
    During the WLS period he had the reality show with his brother that sold
    cars. He was interesting for awhile, then his show became much shorter in format because there was just as much advertising, if not more than there was
    content. I haven't heard anything about him since 2019.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Sun Feb 19 23:23:16 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sun Feb 19 2023 02:52 pm

    During the WLS period he had the reality show with his brother that sold cars. He was interesting for awhile, then his show became much shorter in format because there was just as much advertising, if not more than there was
    content. I haven't heard anything about him since 2019.

    well he's worth 10million bucks. he had his own show on the history channel, too.

    10 million isnt bad. he has more than me.

    also he doesn't live in an expensive area.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Mon Feb 20 10:47:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Sun Feb 19 2023 11:23 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sun Feb 19 2023 02:52 pm

    During the WLS period he had the reality show with his brother that sold cars. He was interesting for awhile, then his show became much shorter i format because there was just as much advertising, if not more than there was
    content. I haven't heard anything about him since 2019.

    well he's worth 10million bucks. he had his own show on the history channel

    10 million isnt bad. he has more than me.

    also he doesn't live in an expensive area.


    He seems like a level headed person who is married and has kids.
    Some radio celebrities seem a bit flakey and piss their money away on cars and
    other crazy stuff.

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  • From DaiTengu@VERT/ENSEMBLE to Moondog on Mon Feb 20 12:42:59 2023
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    By: Moondog to MRO on Sat Feb 18 2023 08:36 pm

    McCartney's mic feed was dialed down. She sings out of key, but they mix her mic so low in the mix no one notices. Mancow would replay the recording with Linda's voice turned up ,and each time he played it the station would be fined $100k. She has passed away, but this was being done while she was alive

    Fined by whom?

    Was it so vile the FCC fined them for indeceny?

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Moondog on Mon Feb 20 18:15:36 2023
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    By: Moondog to MRO on Mon Feb 20 2023 10:47 am

    also he doesn't live in an expensive area.


    He seems like a level headed person who is married and has kids.
    Some radio celebrities seem a bit flakey and piss their money away on cars and
    other crazy stuff.

    well i think he certainly has a personality disorder of some sort.

    he has a higher net worth than tori spelling, stephen baldwin, megan fox, dennis rodman, toni braxton , amanda bines, and some rock musicians.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to DaiTengu on Thu Feb 23 19:50:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: DaiTengu to Moondog on Mon Feb 20 2023 12:42 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sat Feb 18 2023 08:36 pm

    McCartney's mic feed was dialed down. She sings out of key, but they mi her mic so low in the mix no one notices. Mancow would replay the recording with Linda's voice turned up ,and each time he played it the station would be fined $100k. She has passed away, but this was being d while she was alive

    Fined by whom?

    Was it so vile the FCC fined them for indeceny?

    DaiTengu

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    McCartney's lawyers, not the FCC. Nothing indecent about it. My understanding is this is based on a civil case. Her vocals all by themself were god awful, and the lawyers threatened legal action if this recording was ever replayed in that fashion.

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Thu Feb 23 20:00:00 2023
    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: MRO to Moondog on Mon Feb 20 2023 06:15 pm

    Re: SB LVII half-time show
    By: Moondog to MRO on Mon Feb 20 2023 10:47 am

    also he doesn't live in an expensive area.


    He seems like a level headed person who is married and has kids.
    Some radio celebrities seem a bit flakey and piss their money away on car and
    other crazy stuff.

    well i think he certainly has a personality disorder of some sort.

    he has a higher net worth than tori spelling, stephen baldwin, megan fox, de


    In some ways he brought a bunch of undue attention on himself that pushed the limits of free speech and broadcast radio. Instead of moving to pay satellite radio like other radio personalities he stuck to terrestrial radio and
    regional advertising. in his earlier days there was more talk than there
    were interruptions by advertising, and eventually the cost of running his
    show forced the hand of radio station managers to increase the ratio of advertising to show content.

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