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Radio Music Sayings By Ice-T: You know, the radio never wanted you to speak about anything, so the music is You know, the radio never wanted you to speak about anything, so the music is kinda influenced by the hands of the radio which wants to homogenize it and dilute it and sanitize it. And for the most part, nobody's takin' the time to seek out the cats that are still tryin' to talk, so they have a difficult time being heard. — Ice-T
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Radio Music Sayings By Sheena Easton: The whole world has changed much since the '80's. In the united States, rap music The whole world has changed much since the '80's. In the united States, rap music and country music dominate radio and that certainly wasn't the case in the early '80's. — Sheena Easton
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Radio Music Sayings By Henry Miller: What are our conductors giving us year after year? Only fresh corpses. Over these beautifully What are our conductors giving us year after year? Only fresh corpses. Over these beautifully embalmed sonatas, toccatas, symphonies and operas the public dance the jitterbug. Night and day without let the radio drowns us in a hog-wash of the most nauseating, sentimental ditties. From the churches comes the melancholy dirge of the dead Christ, a music which is no more sacred than a rotten turnip. — Henry Miller
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Radio Music Sayings By Raymond Scott: The composer must bear in mind that the radio listener does not hear music directly. The composer must bear in mind that the radio listener does not hear music directly. He hears it only after the sound has passed through a microphone, amplifiers, transmission lines, radio transmitter, receiving set, and, finally, the loud speaker apparatus itself. — Raymond Scott
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Radio Music Sayings By Caitlin Moran: Politics will always mean more to the poor. Always. That's why we strike and march, Politics will always mean more to the poor. Always. That's why we strike and march, and despair when our young say they won't vote. That's why the poor are seen as more vital, and animalistic. No classical music for us - no walking around National Trust properties or buying reclaimed flooring. We don't have nostalgia. We don't do yesterday. We can't bear it. We don't want to be reminded of our past, because it was awful: dying in mines and slums without literacy or the vote. Without dignity. It was all so desperate then. That's why the present and the future is for the poor - that's the place in time for us: surviving now, hoping for better later. We live now - for our own instant hot, fast treats, to pep us up: sugar, a cigarette, a new fast song on the radio. — Caitlin Moran
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Radio Music Sayings By Jewel: I have hundreds and hundreds of songs waiting to get on albums, but I don't I have hundreds and hundreds of songs waiting to get on albums, but I don't know about the three-month radio tours and if I'll be interested in that. I haven't figured it out, but I will definitely be doing music, whether it is independent or with a major record label. — Jewel
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Radio Music Sayings By Rob Sheffield: ... .For instance, I hated Pearl Jam at the time. I thought they were pompous ... .For instance, I hated Pearl Jam at the time. I thought they were pompous blowhards. Now, whenever a Pearl Jam song comes on the car radio, I find myself pounding my fist on the dashboard, screaming, Pearl JAM! Pearl JAM! Now this is rock and roll! Jeremy's SPO-ken! But he's still al-LIIIIIVE! — Rob Sheffield
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Radio Music Sayings By Lizzo: When I first saw Destiny's Child, I was in the fifth grade, and it made When I first saw Destiny's Child, I was in the fifth grade, and it made me want to sing and make music, and there would be these freestyles on the radio for what seemed like hours; it was just so cool to me. — Lizzo
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Radio Music Sayings By Roy Harper: As a really young child, I was listening to the echoes of the age before, As a really young child, I was listening to the echoes of the age before, music hall and stuff like that, as well as classical bits on the radio. — Roy Harper
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Radio Music Sayings By Ruben Blades: And music was a very important part of our lives. The radio was on all And music was a very important part of our lives. The radio was on all day. — Ruben Blades
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Radio Music Sayings By Juicy J: I just keep my ear to the street. I haven't read any music books recently, I just keep my ear to the street. I haven't read any music books recently, because I figure I read everything I need to know back when I was 12, 13 years old. I know pretty much everything about record publishing, radio stations. The only thing that's changed is you gotta keep up with social media. It's free promotion. — Juicy J
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Radio Music Sayings By Dan Jenkins: Juanita found herself at Old Jeemy's radio station in a room she could have sworn Juanita found herself at Old Jeemy's radio station in a room she could have sworn was a laboratory where creatures with antennas in their heads, knobs for eyes, jagged arms, and dangly legs conducted experiments on the bodies of dead vocalists. — Dan Jenkins
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Radio Music Sayings By Gabrielle Aplin: I think it's all about the people who listen to your music, and loving playing I think it's all about the people who listen to your music, and loving playing and writing. Once you've got those two, and they're your main two priorities, then radio and TV and all the other stuff that comes with it will come. But that's not the be-all end-all. — Gabrielle Aplin
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Radio Music Sayings By Juice Newton: And looking at today's music scene, I think it's cool that there are a lot And looking at today's music scene, I think it's cool that there are a lot of consumers and fans not limited by what radio and the record companies tell them to buy. — Juice Newton
Radio Music Sayings By Kelly Hogan: I used to listen to music from the frosting down. As a word nerd, lyrics I used to listen to music from the frosting down. As a word nerd, lyrics are really important to me, and then the melody. Playing in the Rock*A*Teens was the first time I ever heard music from the bottom up. I was hearing songs I'd heard a million times on oldies radio, and I'd be like, "Wow, listen to what the bass is doing!" When I was first singing in bands, I'd just get out there with my machete, wildly whacking away at the foliage. But you learn how to listen. When I feel I'm doing it right, it's 90% listening and 10% output. It's not "look what I can do!" — Kelly Hogan
Radio Music Sayings By Chico Hamilton: I have a company in New York City producing music for commercials, for radio, TV, I have a company in New York City producing music for commercials, for radio, TV, features, etc. That's how I've been making my living. And now the company is very successful - to the extent that I can afford to come out and play. — Chico Hamilton
Radio Music Sayings By Edward M. Wolfe: Is the music broke, Mommy? Is the music broke, Mommy? — Edward M. Wolfe
Radio Music Sayings By Ice-T: I think what's happenin' is that, with the overflow of music, it's been diluted. There I think what's happenin' is that, with the overflow of music, it's been diluted. There was a time when people would go search out underground records. Now, underground means free, and people don't really care for it. So now artists tend to go more pop and look for the radio. — Ice-T
Radio Music Sayings By Aaron Tveit: I listen to all kinds of music, but I've always been a really big fan I listen to all kinds of music, but I've always been a really big fan of Top 40 radio. If I'm in my car, that's what I listen to. — Aaron Tveit
Radio Music Sayings By Gina Greenlee: Uncertain about an aspect of training? Read, consult others and experiment. In the end, though, Uncertain about an aspect of training? Read, consult others and experiment. In the end, though, listen to the body and the Voice Inside. Instead of dousing it with music, podcasts or talk radio, let the Voice Inside play out and wind past rumination to rich sediment that informs what drives and scares you. — Gina Greenlee
Radio Music Sayings By Neko Case: I remember people would talk about Country Music like it was this sexist, lame thing. I remember people would talk about Country Music like it was this sexist, lame thing. Well, no, because Dolly Parton is writing songs and playing her guitar and producing. She's doing it all and she's got hits on the radio. — Neko Case
Radio Music Sayings By Steven Wright: I wrote a song, but I can't read music so I don't know what it I wrote a song, but I can't read music so I don't know what it is. Every once in a while I'll be listening to the radio and I say, "I think I might have written that." — Steven Wright
Radio Music Sayings By Jason C. Miller: I tend to listen to the artists that originally inspired me to start playing music I tend to listen to the artists that originally inspired me to start playing music in the first place, because there is a multitude of wisdom that can be gained by bands like Black Sabbath, Depeche Mode, Pink Floyd and the Cure. I think if we were to pay close attention to what's on the radio right now then we'd lose our identity entirely. — Jason C. Miller
Radio Music Sayings By Abigail Washburn: My parents played the radio, but music was never an obsession or something that I My parents played the radio, but music was never an obsession or something that I thought I could call a career. — Abigail Washburn
Radio Music Sayings By Dwight Yoakam: I am probably the last of a generation able to gain an education in country I am probably the last of a generation able to gain an education in country music by osmosis, by sitting in a '64 Ford banging the buttons on the radio. — Dwight Yoakam
Radio Music Sayings By Kim Wilde: I still tune in to the radio and listen to pop music and enjoy it I still tune in to the radio and listen to pop music and enjoy it as much as I ever have. — Kim Wilde
Radio Music Sayings By Douglas Rushkoff: The new Zune may not be an iPod killer, but it does offer a clean The new Zune may not be an iPod killer, but it does offer a clean interface, great industrial design, HD radio, and a subscription model for music, making it significantly less expensive for big users. — Douglas Rushkoff
Radio Music Sayings By Zac Hanson: The real reason we ended up getting into that type of music was our dad The real reason we ended up getting into that type of music was our dad worked for an oil company so we spent a year overseas when we were young kids. Because of that, it was all Spanish TV and radio so we ended up having these '50s and '60s tapes, tapes of that music. — Zac Hanson
Radio Music Sayings By Lee Ann Womack: I'm a businesswoman. I am a music lover. I like for people to like my I'm a businesswoman. I am a music lover. I like for people to like my music. When you listen to top 40 radio, you hear pop stuff. You hear rock stuff. You hear all these different influences. — Lee Ann Womack
Radio Music Sayings By Ashley Monroe: That can definitely mess with your music - if you overthink. 'What's radio going to That can definitely mess with your music - if you overthink. 'What's radio going to think?' or 'What are these people going to think?' — Ashley Monroe
Radio Music Sayings By Warryn Campbell: I just encourage everyone to make real music and it will fuel the engine and I just encourage everyone to make real music and it will fuel the engine and the machine. Just make it real and put your heart into it. Don't make it because you heard someone on the radio. — Warryn Campbell
Radio Music Sayings By Olivia Newton-John: My father is doing a radio program - classical music. He has a beautiful speaking My father is doing a radio program - classical music. He has a beautiful speaking voice and that's his passion in life, his music. My mother lives in Melbourne and is an avid photographer. She's also started writing for a magazine out there and she submits poems, very funny ones, and articles. In some way or other, my family is always doing something with the media. — Olivia Newton-John
Radio Music Sayings By Dweezil Zappa: The music that is played on the radio all the time or written about in The music that is played on the radio all the time or written about in magazines has nothing to do with musicianship. — Dweezil Zappa
Radio Music Sayings By Dan Hill: When we bemoan the lost golden age of music, it's worth remembering that mainstream radio When we bemoan the lost golden age of music, it's worth remembering that mainstream radio listeners of the '60s and '70s, particularly in Canada, missed out on an outpouring of brilliant R&B music. — Dan Hill
Radio Music Sayings By Mariah Carey: I listen to older music a lot more than new singers. I listen to whatever's I listen to older music a lot more than new singers. I listen to whatever's on the radio, but when I want to listen to something that moves me I put on a Stevie Wonder record. — Mariah Carey
Radio Music Sayings By Dave Brubeck: The first choral music I remember hearing was Handel's 'Messiah' when the Mormon Tabernacle Choir The first choral music I remember hearing was Handel's 'Messiah' when the Mormon Tabernacle Choir broadcast it over the radio. — Dave Brubeck
Radio Music Sayings By Judith C. Waller: Of all radio program forms, the radio talk is the hardest to write, to give, Of all radio program forms, the radio talk is the hardest to write, to give, and to make interesting and acceptable to the listening public. The first inclination of almost everyone, in turning on the radio and finding someone talking, is to switch the dial immediately until a music program is found. That is done almost as unconsciously as breathing. — Judith C. Waller
Radio Music Sayings By Jim Butcher: It was one of those moments that would have had dramatic music if my life It was one of those moments that would have had dramatic music if my life were a movie, but instead I got a radio jingle for some kind of submarine sandwich place blaring over the store's ambient stereo. The movie ofmy life must be really low-budget. — Jim Butcher
Radio Music Sayings By Gilbert Hernandez: We thought everybody read comics. We didn't know we were weird. We didn't know people We thought everybody read comics. We didn't know we were weird. We didn't know people that collected comics were strange. It was as normal as listening to rock music on the radio. — Gilbert Hernandez
Radio Music Sayings By Anonymous: A song that touched us? Whether attending a concert, listening to the radio, or singing A song that touched us? Whether attending a concert, listening to the radio, or singing in the shower, there's something about music that can fill us with emotion, from joy to sadness. — Anonymous
Radio Music Sayings By Albert E. Brumley: I wrote 'Turn Your Radio On' in 1937, and it was published in 1938. At I wrote 'Turn Your Radio On' in 1937, and it was published in 1938. At this time radio was relatively new to the rural people, especially gospel music programs. I had become alert to the necessity of creating song titles, themes, and plots, and frequently people would call me and say, 'Turn your radio on, Albert, they're singing one of your songs on such-and-such a station.' It finally dawned on me to use their quote, 'Turn your radio on,' as a theme for a religious originated song, and this was the beginning of 'Turn Your Radio On' as we know it. — Albert E. Brumley
Radio Music Sayings By Ice-T: Well, I am very happy that I was able to play a part in bringing Well, I am very happy that I was able to play a part in bringing music from the streets onto the radio and into modern culture, I worked very hard and always believed in the sounds I was creating. — Ice-T
Radio Music Sayings By Justin Torres: We wanted more. We knocked the butt ends of our forks against the table, tapped We wanted more. We knocked the butt ends of our forks against the table, tapped our spoons against our empty bowls; we were hungry. We wanted more volume, more riots. We turned up the knob on the TV until our ears ached with the shouts of angry men. We wanted more music on the radio; we wanted beats; we wanted rock. We wanted muscles on our skinny arms. We had bird bones, hollow and light, and we wanted more density, more weight. We were six snatching hands, six stomping feet; we were brothers, boys, three little kings locked in a feud for more. — Justin Torres
Radio Music Sayings By Lynda Barry: The radio was on and that was the first time I heard that song, the The radio was on and that was the first time I heard that song, the one I hate. Whenever I hear it all I can think of is that very day riding in the front seat with Lucy leaning against me and the smell of Juicy Fruit making me want to throw up. How can a song do that? Be like a net that catches a whole entire day, even a day whose guts you hate? You hear it and all of a sudden everything comes hanging back in front of you, all tangled up in that music. — Lynda Barry
Radio Music Sayings By Pete Seeger: I was about 16 years old years when my father took me to a square I was about 16 years old years when my father took me to a square dance festival in North Carolina. For the first time in my life, I found there was music in my country that you never heard on the radio, and you didn't hear on the juke boxes, and in theaters. I fell in love with it, especially the long-necked banjos. — Pete Seeger
Radio Music Sayings By John Hall: The same music is playing on the radio in San Francisco, New York, Washington DC The same music is playing on the radio in San Francisco, New York, Washington DC and Annapolis. Everywhere you go there's the same artists and same songs by them, over and over again. At some stations they play the same songs 50 to 60 times a week. — John Hall
Radio Music Sayings By Lady Gaga: I adored Freddie Mercury and Queen had a hit called Radio Gaga. That's why I I adored Freddie Mercury and Queen had a hit called Radio Gaga. That's why I love the name. Freddie was unique - one of the biggest personalities in the whole of pop music. He was not only a singer but also a fantastic performer, a man of the theatre and someone who constantly transformed himself. In short: a genius. — Lady Gaga
Radio Music Sayings By Douglas Adams: A loud clatter of gunk music flooded through the Heart of Gold cabin as Zaphod A loud clatter of gunk music flooded through the Heart of Gold cabin as Zaphod searched the sub-etha radio wave bands for news of himself. The machine was rather difficult to operate. For years radios had been operated by means of pressing buttons and turning dials; then as the technology became more sophisticated the controls were made touch-sensitive - you merely had to brush the panels with your fingers; now all you had to do was wave your hand in the general direction of the components and hope. It saved a lot of muscular expenditure, of course, but meant that you had to sit infuriatingly still if you wanted to keep listening to the same program. — Douglas Adams
Radio Music Sayings By Ray Wylie Hubbard: I went to high school right outside Dallas, and (songwriter and performer) Michael Martin Murphey I went to high school right outside Dallas, and (songwriter and performer) Michael Martin Murphey was a senior there when I was a sophomore or junior, really into folk and acoustic music. Larry Gross, who's the host of "Mountain Stage" on public radio, and B.W. Stevenson, also a musician, were there at the same time, too. Michael was a big inspiration
through him I discovered Woody Guthrie, Dylan, Jimmy Rogers. Then I ran into Jerry Jeff Walker there in Dallas back when he was just a folk singer. Those are my earliest influences. — Ray Wylie Hubbard
Radio Music Sayings By Donald Sinden: I've been very fortunate. I've been in theater, films, television, radio, tragedy, comedy, farce - I've been very fortunate. I've been in theater, films, television, radio, tragedy, comedy, farce - I've been in a musical and in music halls, in pantomime. I was once ringmaster in a circus. — Donald Sinden
Radio Music Sayings By Kaskade: People don't listen to terrestrial radio. They don't find their music that way. They don't People don't listen to terrestrial radio. They don't find their music that way. They don't get their news that way. They go to blogs. They go through Sirius/XM. They go through all these different places. — Kaskade
Radio Music Sayings By Halsey: I end up pleading my case to alternative programmers - you're telling me that my I end up pleading my case to alternative programmers - you're telling me that my music is too dark for pop, too pop for alternative, and urban radio won't touch it - so we have a record that doesn't fit in. And what is more alternative than that? — Halsey
Radio Music Sayings By Mel Tillis: But in those days - in the mid-'50s, early '60s - there was less than But in those days - in the mid-'50s, early '60s - there was less than 300 radio stations that were playing country music and a lot of that wasn't full time. — Mel Tillis
Radio Music Sayings By Damien Echols: The only thing that could soothe and calm me during this era was music. That's The only thing that could soothe and calm me during this era was music. That's continued to be true throughout my life. My mother would put my sister and me to bed and turn on the radio to sing us to sleep. There was something very comforting about being in a dark, cold room with Prince, Tina Turner, Cyndi Lauper, or Madonna playing quietly. I didn't have to think about anything - the music took me away from myself and I got lost in it. I needed it like a drug. I felt disconnected and alone, and I realized around this time that things would never get better. It got so bad that I would pretend to be sick at school just so I could come home and lie in bed listening to music. It was like being adrift on the ocean at night. I still have trouble falling asleep without music now. — Damien Echols
Radio Music Sayings By Linda Ronstadt: I'd go over to my grandmother's house, and she'd be playing opera. They loved opera. I'd go over to my grandmother's house, and she'd be playing opera. They loved opera. Not only did they play it on the radio, but they played it on their piano. Everybody learned how to read music and how to play. — Linda Ronstadt
Radio Music Sayings By Pete Seeger: Make the kind of music you love even if you never hear it on the Make the kind of music you love even if you never hear it on the air. This was the basic lesson I'd gotten from Alan [Lomax]. Alan said, Pete, look at all this great music around. You never hear it on the radio, but it's right there, great music. — Pete Seeger
Radio Music Sayings By Anders Olsson: The amount of stimuli you are exposed to today is far greater than it was The amount of stimuli you are exposed to today is far greater than it was just 50 years ago. Back then we didn't have cell phones, Facebook, email, computer games, etc. Music, TV and radio were also broadcast significantly less often. The — Anders Olsson
Radio Music Sayings By Taylor Hawkins: Rock will never be dead for me. Do I like a lot of what I Rock will never be dead for me. Do I like a lot of what I hear on rock music radio? No, not for the most part. I'm not a fan of the regurgitated Pearl Jam and Nickelback crap that's the biggest thing in the Midwest. There isn't that big of a market for rock anymore. Every once in a while something happens and you like it. — Taylor Hawkins
Radio Music Sayings By Michael Cunningham: Outside the house is a world where the shelves are stocked, where radio waves are Outside the house is a world where the shelves are stocked, where radio waves are full of music, where young men walk the streets again, men who have deprievation and a fear worse than death, who have willingly given up their early twenties and now, thinking of thirty and beyond, haven't any time to spare. — Michael Cunningham
Radio Music Sayings By Hunter S. Thompson: Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel. I have always needed Fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio. — Hunter S. Thompson
Radio Music Sayings By Neil Young: All the things I used to count on to get my music out there - All the things I used to count on to get my music out there - record companies, they're all gone. And radio stations, they're gone - they're completely controlled by the government. If they're not controlled by the government, they're controlled by a programmer who's controlled by the government. Mainstream radio is suspect. You can't trust it. — Neil Young
Radio Music Sayings By Piper Kerman: I had forgotten about the pleasures of college radio, the exquisite randomness of what got I had forgotten about the pleasures of college radio, the exquisite randomness of what got played, the twenty-minute between-songs banter of nineteen-year-olds, the smack of music I'd never heard against my brain cavity. — Piper Kerman
Radio Music Sayings By Johnny Cash: The first time I knew what I wanted to do with my life was when The first time I knew what I wanted to do with my life was when I was about four years old. I was listening to an old Victrola, playing a railroad song ... I thought that was the most wonderful, amazing thing ... That you could take this piece of wax and music would come out of that box. From that day on, I wanted to sing on the radio. — Johnny Cash
Radio Music Sayings By Swizz Beatz: You know, I never did music for money. I did music to hear myself in You know, I never did music for money. I did music to hear myself in the club, and to hear my creation on the radio. — Swizz Beatz
Radio Music Sayings By Chamillionaire: When I get home and turn on the radio, I hear songs that are new When I get home and turn on the radio, I hear songs that are new to me, but to everybody else they're old. I try to keep the music fresh in my head. — Chamillionaire
Radio Music Sayings By Eminem: Personally, I just think rap music is the best thing out there, period. If you Personally, I just think rap music is the best thing out there, period. If you look at my deck in my car radio, you're always going to find a hip-hop tape; that's all I buy, that's all I live, that's all I listen to, that's all I love. — Eminem
Radio Music Sayings By Bill Crow: My school music teacher, Al Bennest, introduced me to jazz by playing Louis Armstrong's record My school music teacher, Al Bennest, introduced me to jazz by playing Louis Armstrong's record of "West End Blues" for me. I found more jazz on the radio, and began looking for records. My paper route money, and later, money I earned working after school in a print shop and a butcher shop went toward buying jazz records. I taught myself the alto saxophone and the drums in order to play in my high school dance band. — Bill Crow
Radio Music Sayings By Nora Roberts: It was foolish to feel like a girl getting ready for a date. Gennie told It was foolish to feel like a girl getting ready for a date. Gennie told herself that as she unlocked the door to the cottage.She'd told herself the same thing as she'd driven away from town...as she'd turned down the quiet lane.
It was a spur of the moment cookout-two adults,a steak,and a bottle of burgundy that may or may not have been worth the price. A person would have to look hard to find any romance in charcoal, lighter fluid and some freshly picked greens from a patch in the backyard. Not for the first time, Gennie thought it a pity her imagination was so expansive.
It had undoubtedly been imagination that had brought on that rush of feeling in the churhcyard. A little unexpected tenderness, a soft breeze and she heard bells. Silly.
Gennie set the bags on the kitchen counter and wished she'd bought candles. Candlelight would make even that tidy,practical little kitchen seem romantic.And if she had a radio, there could be music... — Nora Roberts
Radio Music Sayings By Elvis Costello: The radio is in the hands of such a lot of fools tryin' to anesthetize The radio is in the hands of such a lot of fools tryin' to anesthetize the way that you feel. — Elvis Costello
Radio Music Sayings By Sandy Ward Bell: The powerful chords that emanated from the radio heated me from the inside out, like The powerful chords that emanated from the radio heated me from the inside out, like a microwave. — Sandy Ward Bell
Radio Music Sayings By Martin Scorsese: I've been extremely lucky to work with Elmer Bernstein, Howard Shore over the years, but I've been extremely lucky to work with Elmer Bernstein, Howard Shore over the years, but I've always imagined films with my own scores, because I don't come from that world or that period of filmmaking. And so how could I make up my own score on a film like this where it isn't necessarily made up of popular music from the radio or the period; it isn't necessarily classical music. But what if it's modern symphonic music? — Martin Scorsese
Radio Music Sayings By Neil Young: In the end, the record companies have the power to control the quality that is In the end, the record companies have the power to control the quality that is served online. Online service has been problematic in that it actively or discreetly promotes trading and duplication of music. It is not offensive to me that the MP3-quaility sound is traded around. It is, in my opinion, the new radio and serves a great purpose: making music lovers away of the content tat is out there to buy. If the consumers want it, let tham take it, whatever quality they prefer. Ultimately, nothing can stop absolute quality from making a big comeback. The stage is well set. I believe in what I am trying to do and that good Karma will come from it.
It is just a matter of time. — Neil Young
Radio Music Sayings By Robert Glasper: When music is crashing around us, when you hear the same five songs on the When music is crashing around us, when you hear the same five songs on the radio that aren't really saying much, we can always go back to great music. Great music always lives on. — Robert Glasper
Radio Music Sayings By Ciara: For me, I like old-school rap music. There was a time when music was so, For me, I like old-school rap music. There was a time when music was so, so rich overall, and the content of what people talked about was so deep on every level, song-for-song, pound-for-pound, and on radio, there was so much content. I gravitate more towards that type of music, to be honest. — Ciara
Radio Music Sayings By James Lankford: The joy of Christmas causes hundreds of radio stations around the country to play Christmas The joy of Christmas causes hundreds of radio stations around the country to play Christmas music all day, and people will exchange millions of gifts to remember the first gift of Christmas, the infant Jesus. — James Lankford
Radio Music Sayings By Michael Chabon: What smells strongly of crap to one generation - Victorian penny dreadfuls, the music of What smells strongly of crap to one generation - Victorian penny dreadfuls, the music of the Archies, the Lone Ranger radio show, blaxploitation films of the seventies - so often becomes a fruitful source of inspiration, veneration, and study for those to come, while certified Great and Worthy Art molders and fades on its storage rack, giving off an increasingly powerful whiff of naphthalene. — Michael Chabon
Radio Music Sayings By Jared Leto: Some people believe in God. I believe in music. Some people pray. I turn up Some people believe in God. I believe in music. Some people pray. I turn up the radio. — Jared Leto
Radio Music Sayings By Tom Verlaine: There were a lot of things I listened to, but so-called pop music never killed There were a lot of things I listened to, but so-called pop music never killed me, you know, the type of stuff that always seems to make it on the radio. The whole radio thing seems so ... it's like they've accepted the whole "new wave" thing only because this kind of pop element came into it. In Europe they really love emotion, but here it's like, "let's stay away from it because we might cry or something". — Tom Verlaine
Radio Music Sayings By Ellie Goulding: I could always sing, from a really young age, but my voice was really weird. I could always sing, from a really young age, but my voice was really weird. I used to make my mum turn up the radio every day in our house. She was well into music so I got that from her. — Ellie Goulding
Radio Music Sayings By Claire Tomalin: 'Words and Music' on Radio 3 is always a treat. Actors read passages of poetry 'Words and Music' on Radio 3 is always a treat. Actors read passages of poetry and prose interspersed with music, and nobody tells you what it is. Later you can look it up online, but at the time you can't cheat. — Claire Tomalin
Radio Music Sayings By Chuck Palahniuk: No one wants to admit we're addicted to music. That's just not possible. No one's No one wants to admit we're addicted to music. That's just not possible. No one's addicted to music and television and radio. We just need more of it, more channels, a larger screen, more volume. We can't bear to be without it, but no, nobody's addicted. We could turn it off anytime we wanted. I fit a window frame into a brick wall. With a little brush, the size for fingernail polish, I glue it. The window is the size of a fingernail. The glue smells like hair spray. The smell tastes like oranges and gasoline. — Chuck Palahniuk
Radio Music Sayings By Joshua Bell: I grew up in a musical environment. My parents played music and had it playing I grew up in a musical environment. My parents played music and had it playing on the radio. They brought me to a concert at the age of 5, the same age I started violin lessons. — Joshua Bell
Radio Music Sayings By Rachel Kushner: Sometimes they just sit. Sometimes one turns on a radio and they listen to music, Sometimes they just sit. Sometimes one turns on a radio and they listen to music, or to the news, but they don't care about the actual news, just that the radio is issuing a steadyish sound whose particulars they do not have to follow to understand what the radio is actually telling them: life is being lived. No need to be a part of it as long as you know it's streaming. — Rachel Kushner
Radio Music Sayings By Olly Murs: I know that there are going to be people that don't like my music, but I know that there are going to be people that don't like my music, but I think in the industry itself it is always that, 'Oh. you're from the 'X Factor.' There have been certain radio stations that will not play your song because you are from the 'X Factor,' yet they'll play another song from an artist from another TV show. — Olly Murs
Radio Music Sayings By Ani DiFranco: What I like about being independent [in the music industry] is that anybody who does What I like about being independent [in the music industry] is that anybody who does play the album on the radio and anybody who does choose to write in the media does so because they want to, because they like it or because they find something interesting there, not because they have to. — Ani DiFranco
Radio Music Sayings By Lionel Richie: It's quite interesting that in my growing up I had several influences. We had gospel It's quite interesting that in my growing up I had several influences. We had gospel music on campus. R&B music was, of course, the community, and radio was country music. So I can kind of see where all the influences came from. — Lionel Richie
Radio Music Sayings By Donnie Simpson: I don't think radio has to be sectioned off where you listen to the music I don't think radio has to be sectioned off where you listen to the music for your generation and your son listens to the music for his generation. — Donnie Simpson
Radio Music Sayings By Robin Zander: I think Badfinger was the epitome of that type of music before the power pop I think Badfinger was the epitome of that type of music before the power pop term was coined. 'No Matter What is always gonna be a great song on the radio. There?s probably two or three others off their records that are as cool like 'Day After Day'. — Robin Zander
Radio Music Sayings By Randy Houser: When you're listening to radio and hear the same 20 songs over and over and When you're listening to radio and hear the same 20 songs over and over and over, you want a break from it. Sometimes you don't want to hear something that sounds just like everything else on the radio. Eventually, if you hear the same sounds and the same musicians and the same mixes and all of that, it will start to sound like elevator music. — Randy Houser
Radio Music Sayings By Laura Davies: I loved radio for the music, concerts, parties and to think you could get paid I loved radio for the music, concerts, parties and to think you could get paid for it. — Laura Davies
Radio Music Sayings By Boz Scaggs: Quite frankly, I've always listened to the black side of the radio dial. Where I Quite frankly, I've always listened to the black side of the radio dial. Where I grew up, there was a lot of it and there was a lot of live music around. — Boz Scaggs
Radio Music Sayings By Neil Young: The interstate seems to stretch for miles in a straight line as the fields and The interstate seems to stretch for miles in a straight line as the fields and farms give way to a more barren landscape. Loneliness has been good to me' is playing on my personal radio where I hear songs before I write them, and I wonder if this is just another mirage I will forget or if this will become a real song. It has been a long time since I've written a song, and the visits from the muse seem to be lessened by something. I still keep my faith that the muse knows best and whn I am ready the inspiration will be there. I am trying not to look too ready. I know that just invites false promise. — Neil Young
Radio Music Sayings By Chris Thomas King: It started so early, it all runs together. But what made a huge impact on It started so early, it all runs together. But what made a huge impact on me was when I went to Europe at 15 or 16 years old. All I knew before that was music on the radio and TV. When I went over there I realized there are all different levels of music. There are people who do blues, jazz, classical, working in film, TV and all kinds of places. You might not see them on MTV but there are lots of needs and uses and opportunities for all kinds of music. — Chris Thomas King
Radio Music Sayings By Tim Schafer: The last time I really got into new music that wasn't heavy metal was probably The last time I really got into new music that wasn't heavy metal was probably like ... TV on the Radio? I think that was it. That's the last time. — Tim Schafer
Radio Music Sayings By Robert Galbraith: Will you turn on the radio? I fancy a bit of music," she said. "Louder Will you turn on the radio? I fancy a bit of music," she said. "Louder than that, sweetie. Oh, I love this." "Telephone" by Lady Gaga filled the car. — Robert Galbraith
Radio Music Sayings By Bill Wyman: But why is it that in music, anything more than 5 years old - apart But why is it that in music, anything more than 5 years old - apart from a few hits - is never played on radio to the young public? — Bill Wyman
Radio Music Sayings By Nikka Costa: Spread the word about good music. Don't just listen to what's on the radio. If Spread the word about good music. Don't just listen to what's on the radio. If you put in a little effort, you can find some truly wonderful stuff. — Nikka Costa
Radio Music Sayings By Miles Davis: I used to enjoy all the white bands when I was a kid listening to I used to enjoy all the white bands when I was a kid listening to the radio. But the record companies, they take music and label it - like, they say "rock". Because the white singers can't sound like James Brown, they call him "soul". They've been doing that for years. That's the prejudice crap. — Miles Davis
Radio Music Sayings By Robert M. Pirsig: You can't really think hard about what you're doing and listen to the radio at You can't really think hard about what you're doing and listen to the radio at the same time. Maybe they didn't see their job as having anything to do with hard thought, just wrench twiddling. — Robert M. Pirsig
Radio Music Sayings By Dave Grohl: When I listen to the radio, I just hear so much music that doesn't even When I listen to the radio, I just hear so much music that doesn't even sound like people. The vocals are all tuned, and the drums are all fake. — Dave Grohl