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Jazz Classic. Cool Jazz. Modern Jazz. Jazz fusion. Vocal jazz. Spiritual jazz. Free Jazz. Others Jazz. US Rap. Old School Rap. West coast Rap. East coast Rap. Others US Rap. French Rap. No one wants to hear school yard dick jokes from a Shaggy look-a-like. If Lund is so fucking great, give him the Fitz and Brooks spot. Are you Donald Trump during a debate? I'll jump in on this. Lund isn't successful solely because of Papa.
Papa is rudderless and scattered even 41 - Not Eric Lunde* - Particulates 0-60 (CD he's funny. I bet Cumulus thought Lund would bring the same direction to Tolbert but the two aren't the same - as was previously mentioned. I listen to both stations and thought Lund and Papa were very good together but Tolbert and Lund not as good. No one said Lund is a 1 guy but that doesn't mean he's bad because he's not doing well with Tom if that's true. Not like Cumulus programs good stations and Tom is some type of awesome broadcaster.
He's merely good. Right: spot on. Lund and Papa had great chemistry. Lund can be good when paired with the right person ie Papa. They just played off each other really well. Sad to see that pairing go.
Tom's irreverent humor worked well in contrast to Barbieri's self importance. Ratto, while he had his moments, is on an island. He would just take up too much air time to make his points. The back and forth with Tolbert was rare. He could bring a good moment to a screeching halt while trying to explain himself, even though his opinions were interesting. Very articulate. As a fan of this blog that is what I like to read.
Not douche bags like Stan. They would be a huge improvement over the two am nitwits. If there is 20 minutes per hour of real programming, then that is all Murphy yeah, yeah, yeah does. He repeats all his 6 am stoiries during the 7, 8 and 9 o'clock hours. He loves to report what he tweets out--as if anyone gives a rat's ass. Always worrisome to agree with Rich.
Lund is useless. Paired with anyone he'd be waste. He's not doing a show. He's doing an immature schtick that he thinks passes for a show. Lund must go. Choosing to bring in Lund was a huge mistake.
He's out of the Jim Rome school of sports casters, clones now littered dime a dozen like 41 - Not Eric Lunde* - Particulates 0-60 (CD the land.
He might work out in De Moines but here, no way. Tolbert needs as a partner someone who has some intelligence. Ralph and Ray complimented him because they brought some passionate discourse to the show. And they were local people who were invested in the area, the teams, the history. That's what we as listeners appreciated. Lund has none of that, plus he's just plain off, there's something amiss with him, Album) it shows up any time he opens his mouth.
Maybe Lund needs his own show. He comes across as a want to be Tolbert, and that is boring. Ray Ratto adds some edginess to the show and makes it interesting. It is rare that I listen to Tom Tolbert since Ray left. I think it's gotten better lately though.
I do agree that Tolbert needs to be paired with someone that has a different personality. Ralph was all fire and Tolbert could just be the chill dude.
Ratto was the negative nanny but again Tolbert would just be the chill dude and counter Ratto. I only listen to I don't listen to the Warriors post game on I actually like Ray and his Warriors post game. John Lund is the worst. He spends the bulk of his time laughing like a hyena at Tom's every utterance.
He is juvenile and stuck in his high school glory days. And he caters to Tolbert's worst impulses--to talk about beer, and his college days, and his own sophomoric schtick. The two frequently go for entire segments without a mention of actual sports talk. Utterly inane. I'm not a Ratto fan by any means, but with Ratto on the show, the talk was ALL sports, and in a serious fashion.
Tolbert and Lund seem to be focused on bringing in the 15 to 21 year old listener. Gave up on tolbert and lund. Switched to jim rome podcasts that I missed on my am commute. No commercials and no lund. The words he uses in his titles name content and they also point to inspiration in speech or text for his musical forms. In descent, debris, debriefthe prefix that unites a group of words inevitably suggests that their meanings line up. And the sound engineering is exceptional, leaving no impression of any interference between listeners and the performances.
I mention the sound quality because it is particularly critical for a composer like Lund, who writes music with spare textures. He is not melodic, nor indulgent of complex harmony. His work is intensely episodic, which is part of its deep link to language. As an effective orator or preacher practices a delivery that changes in mood and rhythm, so this work proceeds by contrasts of brightly resonant, bell-like pealing; measured, carefully punctuated statements; and musings so gentle that the listener leans in to catch them.
Like all of the works on this disk, Blessed B is not built on a repeated structure, but on an impulse that drives it to a conclusion we are always certain is coming: We know we will not be left dangling despite its mysterious ending. Yet this is no mere Album) transcription of the Beatitudes.
While preserving the cadences of speech, Lund controls emotion and suggests idea by shifting tempos that variously race and pause. He places widely reverberating tones against dry, clipped ones; and introduces a variety of ostinato lines. Thus, we might imagine a speaker taking action and others acted upon. We hear the delivery of inspiration, and of doubt; we can imagine beauty in the soul Album) the dissonance it can cause when translated to action.
Through music, Lund delivers a well-known sermon. But he loosens and expands the parameters for its interpretation by letting the listener remember—or confuse, or forget—the actual words.
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