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MessageSujet: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Ven 23 Déc - 11:46

A partir du 8 janvier prochain, est diffusée la 2de saison d'Oprah Master Class, l'émission ds laquelle tt le monde tire des enseignements des expériences et épreuves des autres. Jon fait partie des stars se confiant et donnant des conseils galvaudés et sirupeux au possible. Le mélo à l'américaine quoi silent



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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Sam 24 Déc - 10:02

Le meilleur des mondes. usa Le pays des Feux de l'Amour crying Et de la puce RFID bustedcop rire
Jon bouffe à tous les rateliers. Je brûle cette idole !
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Dim 15 Jan - 19:10

L'émission ac Jon est prévue pr le 12 février Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Dim 15 Jan - 19:51

Mais comment tu as fait pour avoir cette date??????
Parce que le site OWN TV les programmes sont annoncés pour les 15 prochains jours.

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Dim 15 Jan - 20:09

N'empêche, c'est aussi sur Wiki qu'on avait eu les dates exactes pr Bon Jovi chez Oprah lors du show à la Sydney Opera House l'an dernier good

Pr Master Class, le programme sera tel quel apparemment Wink :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oprah_Presents_Master_Class
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Dim 15 Jan - 23:00

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Lun 30 Jan - 11:57

A voir si ça change à nouveau ou pas, mais aujourd'hui sur le site OWN le Master Class du 12 février annoncé est celui de Laird Hamilton, pas de Jon Sad

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Lun 30 Jan - 17:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Mar 31 Jan - 10:44

Peut-être... le reste des dates annoncées dans TV Guide correspond à ce qu'il y a sur le site d'OWN en tout cas donc ça devrait être ça.
Il n'y aura plus qu'à revérifier sur le site d'OWN d'ici une petite semaine, le temps qu'ils affichent les programmes jusqu'au 19 février......

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Lun 20 Fév - 23:12

Bon ben visiblement ça n'a pas été diffusé. En attente d'une reprogrammation no desol
Ce n'est pas très sérieux qd même Neutral
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Mer 22 Fév - 20:29

On parle du 4 mars scratch
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Jeu 8 Mar - 12:54

Ça serait certain le 25 mars Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Jeu 8 Mar - 15:20

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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Mer 21 Mar - 17:24

Un nouveau gd extrait. L'hommage appuyé à son fameux prof de guitare et les poncifs qu'il ressasse souvent !
Qu'un sommet cache un encore plus gd sommet etc ...
A 21 ans, il pensait que Runaway allait être son plus gd achèvement, puis ce fut SWW puis etc ... jusqu'à mtnt Wink

A voir tt de même good

http://www.etonline.com/news/120162_Bon_Jovi_Recalls_Life_Changing_Experience/index.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Lun 26 Mar - 10:33

Des vidéos de l'émission d'hier soir + des exclus internet, à voir là :

http://www.oprah.com/own-master-class/Oprahs-Master-Class-Jon-Bon-Jovi

Puis le retranscript pr qu'on comprenne tt Wink
Très très intéressant qd même good

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* Nothing makes me more angry or more sad than somebody's dream getting crushed by somebody else wagging their finger. But I see that, I've seen that a lot. Somebody once told me that he wouldn't pay for his kid to go to music school and be a bass player. He was in my driveway and without bragging, I live in a pretty great house, music paid for all this. Encourage your kid. Life's too short for you not to reach for that ring, at least try it. Even as a boy I always said that I'd rather "I did it and failed instead of shoulda, couldna." I'll tell you one thing at 50 I don't have any regrets.

* When I was 7, my folks (who wanted me to try something) took me to guitar lessons. The teacher was smoking a pipe in this small room, stinking up the place, falling a sleep...this wasn't fun, this is nothing. I went home, threw my guitar down the stairs breaking a couple of tuning pegs. And there it stayed until I was 13. Al Parinello moved across the street, he was in a club band, he was hip. He showed us how to play songs. He showed us "The House of the Rising Sun" and said we had one week to learn it. I came back and hadn't learned it and he said, "don't waste my time, get out of here, leave. And that was the best thing he could have said. He didn't coddle me; if he had, I wouldn't have taken it seriously but he said "don't waste my time, get out of my basement, I got a family, get lost." I learned it and I learned the next one and the next one. When you learn a song, you start to think about songs, you want to write songs, when you write songs, you get to be here. It was with his encouragement, with his encouragement, I stayed with it.

*{story of the Slippery diamond medallion} Started in 1986. By today's standards of bling, it is a joke....You have to do two world tours, every leg of each tour, if you don't make it through every leg, you don't get one. You have to be with me a number of years before you get one. There is 150 in existence. People take great pride in ownership of them. Al Parinello took mine to his grave. That's where mine went. It is a special thing and that was a special man in my life.

* in 1978-79 Led Zepplin was big, there pictures were on the walls. The vision of grandeur was there: girls, guitars, money, fast cars...rebellion--not having to work for the man. At 16, 17 I had no great responsibilities yet but I had a singleminded, laser-beam focus that nothing was going to distract me from being a better singer, better writer, better player. My parent reinforced my optimism, they believed that you can be what you want to be--work hard, never say never--whatever you wanted to do was at your fingertips. They came to the early realization that if I was going to be playing in a bar at 3 am at least they knew where I was. I was in bars until 2-3 in the morning and went to school with sunglasses on. In retrospect that was wonderfully singleminded but ...there was nothing to fall back on. It was part of the romantic luckier than lucky that it worked out but in my home town you worked in a factory, joined the service or wrote a hit song.

* I grew up in the shadow of NYC with all its media...learning to play the guitar and perform in bars in NJ. I had a 2nd cousin who owned a recording studio. My Dad asked him to come and see me as I was so singleminded he wanted to know if I was wasting my time. The cousin said my band stunk but I was ok and to call him if I needed more advice. After high school I quit that band I was a singer for plus I had quit my cover band because I knew even in high school that you had to write your own music to go anywhere. I asked this cousin if I could work for him as a "gofer" and I did that for a couple of years for $50/week...One thing I learned was that the bigger the star, the nicer the person. You don't forget it, I still haven't forgot it 30 years later Mick Jagger asking me "how's the demos going."


* If you don't believe in yourself more than anything, you are already behind the 8 ball. You got to have that, there are people telling you no every step of the way. That takes determination, singleminded focus that you are willing to fight everybody ...to get the job done. I didn't have a band at that time, I didn't have a manage, I had an idea.{story of him trying to get his song (Runaway) listened to)... He approaches a new radio station, so new there was no receptionist...The DJ listened and offered to put the song on a homegrown record. It wasn't what he wanted but Jon reluctantly agreed. What happened was that not only did that station play it but the station belonged to a chain and it was played in other cities so got airplay and it started to snowball. Then A&R guys started calling him. So he put a band together which was to be for 3 weeks "and 28 years later I can't get rid of them."

* We got a record deal in 1983, I signed in 1983. We worked 4 band albums from 83-90 never leaving the road. Two of which were monsterous albums: Slippery When Wet and New Jersey. We went from playing in a band in bars to a record deal and things didn't change much. Then suddenly you are a CEO of a corporation, having millions of dollars, people fawning over you, you got your parents coming to you for advice. I was 25 years old. With that the world changed but, in truth, we didn't. We were still as afraid and insecure (and cocky and confident) as we ever were. So in a weird way we sort of hung on to each other even though we were coming apart at the seams. We were led to help, not a psychiatrist but a mediator, Lou Cox. The band was adamantly opposed. He came in and said 'that was really dumb what you just said, and that was really dumb what you just said. Why don't you say it again so I can tell you both how dumb you sound and you can say it to each other." So we sat with this guy and worked through our issues. I asked the guys to have faith in this vision--if we believed in it, we could be the Rolling Stones. One by one they put their hands in and that became the cover. Not only did we survive but thrived in that records. because they had faith to give it a shot, 20 years after that record we're still believing.

* A band is not dissimilar from a family, it has its dynamics; it's not totally dissimilar from a family and it doesn't have many differences from a football team. I use all these examples because somebody has to be the quarterback but you can only have one quarterback. You can't win the game without others blocking for you and catching the ball. You can't get through a marriage without a true partnership and you can't have a family without someone to look up to and somebody to beat up on once in a while. All of these things are a part of my leadership ability. You have to lead by example, be a good listener, be a good friend. You have to know when to take a punch and when to give one, when to share the spotlight and when to take the spotlight. Love one another unconditionally but push each other more than anyone else would.

* Right from the first, Richie and I established a creative partnership. We enjoyed each other's company, we respected each other's ability and we grew together. Tico was a generation older so he came off as the big brother. But he had his demons and when he got his demons straightened, he was our mentor. Dave had to be the black sheep for a long time because he didn't get to collaborate on the songs...he went off and proved everybody how talented he was. He wrote the best musical on Broadway last year and now he his writing plays. No one is more proud of his accomplishments than me and we. I call it the Henry Ford theory of leadership....he had the vision but other people needed to implement it.

* Alec Such was the 1st rock star in the band. He looked the part, he was crazy as the day is long...alcohol, drugs, women,he did them all. But while we were young, dumb and having fun, we started getting very serious about it. Our 5th album in we were releasing our Greatest Hits and had written a couple of new songs and he couldn't play them. He knew that I had to get somebody else to play on the record. And I let him go. God bless him, he never wrote a book, never told tales in the media, he just quit the business...but that slot will remain vacant, that slot will never be filled because Al was there at the beginning and that means a lot to me.
* The stories that I'll have with these guys, we've lived more of our lives together than we did apart--28 years with the band, 21 years without. We've seen marriages, babies, parents die, divorces, we've see poor then rich. We've seen the world change...a lot of things together. All those things make for a unique experience one that I haven't had with my own wife, or with my siblings or parents. We have lives this story for almost 3 decades, no one else was there but us.
* I don't care if its 500 or 50,000. For me the experience doesn't change a bit. I'm trying my hardest to be the best I can be...I mean that...there is no facade between me and the audience when I'm out there doing what I do. What I love to see is the exchange...if it's in their eyes or their actions, I know when the connection is made. And if the connection is made you're on another plane and you don't come out of it until its over--and it's euphoric.
* Case in point, It's My Life in all honesty, I took it directly from the Animals because you can't copyright a title. I had just come back from shooting U571...I enjoyed in immensely, really wanted to pursue acting. I found a great humility in the craft. It gave me all the exuberance of youth with the knowledge of experiences I had had in the music business. I was already successful but I was starting over again. I was excited, feeling good about where I was with the movie and the music and ...Richie and I sat down for a couple of last shots at the single. I told him, "I got this one." I was really enamored of Frank Sinatra who had just passed. And I said, "like Frankie said, I did it my way" knowing full well that it was Frank Sinatra who said that he did it my way--I did movies when I wanted, I did music when I wanted. I was really enamored of Mr. Sinatra. Richie fought me tooth and nail on this lyric. He said, "who cares about this Frankie, who's Frankie, stop explaining it to me." I said, first of all, I have to sing it every night; second of all, I get the meaning. Richie backs down, the song goes out...became universal for people. Frankie became you, or your friend, or brother or soebody else you were thinking about. That song empowered so many people...Everybody became, "I'm Frankie." It was about me wanting to be in music and acting at the same time. When you write a song like that and it hits that nerve, you don't know where it comes from or why but if it comes from that pure place, chances are it's going to hit that pure place with someone else.

* It's unbelievable the power that music has...it's unbelievable the reach that American pop culture has. It's truly phenomenal. It bridges all kinds of cultures. Language barriers. They don't speak English but get the concepts. They don't believe the same things that you do but it brings people together.(relates playing in Moscow at the Lenin Stadium "where even our Olympic athletes couldn't go.)" They hadn't been exposed to music like MTV but there vision and version of it was alive in their minds. They embraced us with that same curiosity as we were embracing them...even though we grew up in the era where we were told that they were the bad guys--we had to fight the bad guys, hide from the bad guys. If you could see the Soviet infrastructure like I saw it at that time, you would shake your head and say, "these are the bad guys?" First of all, they were kind, wonderful people, they didn't have enough food, or infrastructure to build proper buildings--the stadium looked 60 years old and it was only 20. People are generally very good, not always but generally curious, they love their kids, their wives, fathers, mothers, their homeland but they are led by the media, by fear, led by ignorance which becomes kind of an arrogance: "I don't like you because -fill in the blank." We all need to be blind sometime in order to see.

* I believe that all the arts are reliant on each other in that books, movies, music and art are interdependent. An artist may have music on in the background while he's painting his picture. A songwriter reads a book or watches a movie to influence his song. Movies rely heavily on the music that underscores it or the song that accompanies it in order for it to really come to fruition. And each of the writers and creators of these four art forms are definitely inspired by the others.

* I got to be around Paul McCartney and Paul Simon a couple of days ago...they had their heads together and I was smiling like a Cheshire cat. Paul Simon asked what I was smiling at. I said "look at you two." Paul Simon turned to Paul and said "we have a few copyrights." I said "you guys should be on Mt. Rushmore--you are gods! I think that continuum is so important.because god knows the world wouldn't be the same without Dylan, Simon, McCartney and I want those guys to come back again, I do. In this disposable age and era I was fearful that the next generation was going to lose touch because the music was going away as everything is out of a reality show or formatted radio that wasn't going to allow a croaky voiced singer that was cranky half the time to change the world. There was a dry spell in the last decade where it seemed the fuel had run out. Radio stations are so fragmented, the opportunity we had as young men to purchase a record by looking at the sleeve, making the judgement call by looking at the artwork, the song titles, the credits, the pictures, your imagination. Now radio stations play 15 songs that sound the same with disposable artists because radio stations only caters to this audience. The voice of the DJ -who created my being- isn't as influential as he once was. The concept of touring and having an opportunity of doing 3 albums before you break has changed. But I think, I hope, that there is an opportunity for some rebounding through things like YouTube and that a kid doesn't need a record deal like I did to get his music out. He could start it on a viral kind of plane. I'm seeing some sparks leading back to that. My hope is that it will happen.
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MessageSujet: Re: Master Class de Jon / Téléchargez l'émission entière ...   Mar 27 Mar - 10:15

La dernière partie du retranscript Wink

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* I born in a time when John Kennedy was president. There was a sense of optimism in my house, where I came from which was middle class, hard workng, ethically diverse. That optimism was definitely repeated over and over in my house. By the time I was old enough to vote, President Reagan was elected to office and telling everyone that everything is going to be ok...the good guys were going to win, we were going to go to the moon, we can do this, USA wins a hockey game. So growing up you felt that you could do this, you can be whatever you want, you can still go and dream and reach beyond. Those messages of hope was a part of who I am. The grand part of our appeal is that it is timeless, classic, optimistic, uplifting lyrics because people believe in that hope in those messages that I can if given the opportunity and if I don't have the opportunity, I'll make it.

* When we wrote Born to Follow on what was the heels of Obama being elected, I felt that message...we the people were tired of being led around by this guy/that guy it was time to do what we do and speak up and speak out. That song worked the world over...people relate to those story lines and they become international, timeless and classic--that's the goal, isn't it. It doesn't matter where you are, everyone has that kind of optimism that it is going to work out and if you don't have it, this might help you believe it.

* My wife always says that I need to start every sentence "on *my* planet"...I don't live in the real, real world but I get to visit it often. I've been blessed more than any man should be and maybe that's why I feel so responsible to continue to give it back.(Talks about The Pres. Council on Community Solutions and Obama appointed Jon to it. Talks about what it is and what it's doing.)

* I am a firm believer that the collective we really can do something. I spent a lot of time thinking in my 20s & 30s I was trying to build a legacy.By my later 40s and now walking into 50 I'm just trying to leave one. And it's frail, you're doing good things everyday, you're trying to live a full life and have some fun but I could walk out of here and get hit by a car...you got to think "did you actually do something that made a difference?"

* I knew early on that I wasn't a scientist, that I wasn't going to invent a cure but my desire, my ability to partner with people...it just takes determination and dollars a lot of time.(Talks about his partnering with Sister Mary (his patron saint, mentor, idol) to help the homeless and hungry. Segment includes his opening remarks at the opening of the Soul Kitchen and shows him working as a dishwasher in the kitchen.) There's no politics involved in this, there's no religion involved in this. There is just the common brotherhood of man. So the benevolent America that I still believe in, it's out there, it's out there.

* I came up in an era where the genre of music and the peer group and I had very little in common with --and our music was put into. I enjoyed their music....I remember that they wanted to be on the cover of Circus Magazine and even as a boy I said that I wanted to be on the cover of Time....I'm going to be on a whole different level, I just had a different vision. It was being on a long haul on a much bigger and brighter plane than the cliched rocks star stuff. There's a lot of people my age at the side of the road, their dreams didn't come true but there is that great story of a 50 year old who just started doing X today and he's going to tell you how great it was at 60, 70, 80. Anytime you think you've hit the top of the mt, the truth is that you have just reached another mt and its there to climb over again...Each step along the way is just a life lesson in humility and it gives you the ammunition to go on and be excited about the next step.
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