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a peacock in southern california goes on a bender. >> oh, man. >> that's a bedock. broke bottles of wine and champagne worth about $500 after flapping and flying around in a leucadia liquor store, animal control used a net to get it out of the store. no word where it came from or why it so des frat prattly wanted to be in the shachardonn aisle. >> we will see you tow. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- john lithgow. riley keough. giles martin.
musical guest thundercat featuring michael mcdonald and kenny loggins. and the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 685, samoa. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. oh, so happy to be back. i know, i know, i know. i know. [ cheers ] i'm not sure. questlove, i'm not sure about it, but i'm growing it out. [ cheers ]
i know -- i don't know. we'll get into it. [ light laughter ] i want to grow a mustache, but this is a baby step. >> steve: yeah, i'll talk about it later. >> jimmy: yeah, we'll talk about it later. i'm a little embarrassed by it. first, let's get to some jokes. welcome, thank you very much for being here. appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] guys, we're about two weeks away from the start of summer! [ cheers and applause ] yes. two weeks away. and thanks to trump's climate plan, we may never see the end of it. [ applause ] nothing but summer. that's right. last week, president trump announced the united states will withdraw from the paris climate agreement. trump said he wants the entire country to be the same temperature as a florida golf course. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i see. >> jimmy: pull it out. pull it out. [ light laughter ] pull, pull it out. [ laughter ] that's right. he pulled us out of the paris climate agreement after
thinking about it for several months. trump said, tell paris hilton i just can't get behind her agreement. [ applause ] meanwhile, hillary clinton's running mate tim kaine tweeted that trump is pulling out of it because he's jealous of obama. [ audience ohs ] then kaine waited for one of his 25 followers to re-tweet him. [ laughter and applause ] made a point. but to show his commitment to honoring that agreement, new york city lit up its buildings in green. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] so if we're really worried about the environment, how about we don't light up each of our buildings all night? [ cheers and applause ] lights out. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: throw it out. [ laughter ] actually, mayor de blasio is being criticized for supporting the paris climate agreement but still taking a motorcade all the way to the ymca in brooklyn to work out. [ light laughter ] when asked why he insists on going to that ymca de blasio said, "you can get yourself clean, you can have a good meal, you can do whatever you
feel." [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> steve: pull it out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but it seems like -- we were off for a week so we didn't even get to discuss. >> steve: thank god! >> jimmy: people are still talking about this weird tweet that trump sent out. it said, despite the constant negative press, covfefe. [ laughter ] >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: people still aren't entirely sure what he was talking about or how to say that word. take a look at this. >> covfefe, covfeff >> cofefe or covfifi. >> covfefe. >> covfefe. >> covfefe. >> covfifi. >> confeve. >> cofef. >> covfefe or covfefe. >> covfleefe? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's hard to pronounce, but so are most russian words. [ laughter and applause ] covfefe. >> steve: covfefe. pull it out.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: during the march for truth this weekend, protesters spelled out "investigate trump" on the national mall. take a look at this. see that? investigate trump, yeah. it didn't take long for the white house to issue a a response. look at this. covfefe. >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: covfefe. >> steve: covfefe. [ laughter ] what is going on? >> jimmy: it's a giant covfefe. [ light laughter ] saw that yesterday trump went golfing with peyton manning. [ cheers ] trump said peyton was a a tremendous golfer, while eli was a decent caddie. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey, that's not nice. >> jimmy: that's not fair. >> steve: that's not nice at all. >> jimmy: that's right. peyton manning played golf with trump. of course, they spent some time talking about football. it was a little tricky, because a lot of common football terms mean one thing to peyton, and another thing to donald trump. i'll show you what it means. to peyton three/four is a type of defense. but to donald three/four is how many scandals he has a week. [ laughter ] they did -- they mean different things. >> steve: they mean different things. totally different things.
>> jimmy: to peyton "go long" is what you tell receivers when they go out for a deep pass. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: but to donald "go long," is what you tell the guy who makes your tie. go low. [ laughter ] i want him down here. i want -- i want to touch me at one point. [ laughter ] next up, to peyton a broken tackle looks like this. >> one of the greatest plays i've ever seen right there. >> jimmy: yeah. but to donald, a broken tackle looks like this. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh, my god! >> jimmy: where's covfefe? covfefe. [ light laughter ] sandy. ♪ [ light laughter ] summer loving. [ light laughter ] next up, to peyton "man-to-man" is a defensive coverage strategy. but to donald "man-to-man" is mike pence's worst nightmare. >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause ] it is. >> jimmy: that is his worst nightmare. >> steve: wow. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: no. finally, to peyton "holding" is a penalty called when a player grabs their opponent, but to donald "holding" is what melania refuses to do to his hand. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! [ light laughter ] ♪ [ cheers ] >> jimmy: that's good, yeah. [ light laughter ] i knew we couldn't afford that. so i was so happy -- you played a fake billie jean. yeah, it's like -- [ light laughter ] we can't -- we can't afford billie jean. yeah, that's right. [ light laughter ] >> steve: that was golden jean. >> jimmy: that was like -- what was that, that was jean billie. no, it was bobby jean. [ light laughter ] ♪ [ cheers ] covfefe. thank you. some entertainment news, "wonder woman" made over $100 million at the box office this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow.
>> jimmy: pretty hip. and it beat "captain underpants." [ light laughter ] but i think "captain underpants" is in denial. he's been handing out electoral maps to show the theaters where he won. >> steve: really? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i heard about a new ocean documentary called "wonders of the sea." and it's actually narrated by arnold schwarzenegger. now, lots of people didn't know that arnold was that into the ocean, but they released a a trailer, and it seems like he's a real natural. check this out. ♪ >> this summer explore the mystery and majesty of the world's incredible oceans with your guide arnold schwarzenegger. >> this is crazy. look at that fish. [ laughter ] >> dive into the boundless sea, and learn about its greatest secrets. >> oh, no, a shark is coming. get down! [ laughter ] >> and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the water. >> it's not a tumor. [ laughter ] >> lose yourself in the magnificent ocean. >> get to the lobster. >> wonders of the sea with arnold schwarzenegger. >> everybody look, i found nemo. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: he found -- he found him. guys, check this out. walmart is offering a new service where employees will deliver items to your house on their way home from work. [ cheers ] not only that, they'll also deliver the items in a target bag so your neighbors think you're classy. >> steve: oh. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i saw there's a photo going viral of a man in canada mowing his lawn with a giant tornado behind him. did you see this? this is a real photo. look at this thing. [ light laughter ] what was happening inside that house that the guy was like, i'd rather do yard work in a a tornado. [ laughter ] i gotta -- i gotta get away from these damn kids! [ applause ] i don't care! this is interesting here. a new survey says that sears and hertz are some of the worst companies to work for. then one walmart employee delivering a pair of socks at midnight was like, "wanna bet?" [ laughter and applause ] hey, i want to say happy birthday to kenny g. who turned 61-years-old today.
[ cheers and applause ] to celebrate, his friends threw him a party in the fanciest elevator in town. isn't that nice? [ laughter and applause ] and finally, i saw that yesterday was national hug your cat day. [ cheers ] so if you tried to participate, i want to wish you a speedy recovery. [ laughter ] there we go. we have a great show tonight, everybody. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] hey! that's what i'm talking about, buddy. welcome, welcome, welcome. guys, we're so glad to be back.
we were on vacation for a week. and you went -- you went to cuba, didn't you? >> steve: i did. i went to cuba, havana. fantastic. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: what did you do? did you listen to buena vista social club? >> steve: i listened to the buena vista social club. ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i tried to grow a a beard. >> steve: what happened? >> jimmy: here's what happened. well, i wanted to grow a a mustache, right? because i think -- you can't just start with a mustache. you have to have a beard then, right? >> steve: right. >> jimmy: then shave that off and have the mustache. is it -- this is going to be the summer of 'stache for me. [ light laughter ] >> steve: you've officially declared that right now. summer 'stache. >> jimmy: yeah, this summer's going to be the summer of 'stache. all of july i will have a a mustache. but it takes a lot of time to grow a beard and a mustache. i didn't know how much time -- i've never really tried to do this. so, this is a week's worth. [ light laughter ] [ talking over each other ] and i want to apologize to -- to our great audience, for being here and putting up with this. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] 'cause it's not me, i would -- i want to give you the quality facial hair that you deserve. [ light laughter ]
>> steve: top notch. >> jimmy: i just grew it out, and i go, man, it's not even close. it's gonna be another week i think. >> steve: so you're -- you're gonna wait a week and then shave the beard part? >> jimmy: yeah, and just take the beard part off. and just have -- it's gonna be summer 'stache. you can hash -- you can 'stache tag it. >> steve: 'stache tag? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: summer of 'stache. >> steve: 'stache tag. >> jimmy: 'stache tag, summer of 'stache, hashtag. >> steve: you should keep the soul patch. >> jimmy: no. >> steve: no, look at that. >> jimmy: that's so not me. >> steve: look at your face. you look manly. >> jimmy: i do? >> steve: you look masculino, as they say in havana. [ light laughter ] look at that soul patch. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: covfefe. ♪ >> steve: what? [ light laughter ] what's going on? come on, soul patch. just try it for a day, man. >> jimmy: i don't know, man. but i had fun, i hung out with our -- our pal justin timberlake. it was great. [ cheers and applause ] his beautiful wife
jessica biel, she's doing a a show on u.s.a. that's called, "the sinner." it's a really good show coming out. yeah, so they're in town. so, we -- we hung out at my house and i have this a -- i have a -- a tandem bicycle. >> steve: mm-hmm. >> jimmy: my wife got me for father's day -- or, no, it wasn't father's day. it was my birthday. 'cause she got me a two-seater bicycle, so a bicycle built for two, so that we could cruise around. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: me and my wife. and then we had a baby. and so, that's out of the question. we've never -- yeah. [ light laughter ] so, we can't take the baby on this thing or else we have to teach the baby how to ride -- ride a bike. i don't know. so, every time justin visits the house, he wants to take out the bike. [ laughter ] the tandem bike. >> steve: so it's just there for when he comes. >> jimmy: i have it in my garage for when justin timberlake comes. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: that's the only time you've ridden. have you ridden it with your wife? >> jimmy: i've never -- i've never ridden the bike with my wife. maybe once. >> steve: one time, then you got in a big argument. >> jimmy: yeah, but this -- when he came down, so we went bro biking. [ light laughter ] and again, just like with the mustache, everyone's doing it. >> steve: everybody's bro biking and 'stache tagging. >> jimmy: 'stache tagging and bro biking. but i want to show a clip, 'cause we -- he made a quick video of us bro biking. and this is justin. >> god.
just biking through the hamptons. [ bell ] so beautiful. wait -- whoa. [ bell ] >> jimmy: bro biking! >> bro biking! [ cheers and applause ] [ bell ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] real fun, man. bro biking. >> steve: well, you gotta bro bike it. >> jimmy: guys, as i said, i'm so excited to be back, we really are. we have a great week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, one of the biggest movie stars in the world. tom cruise will be here tomorrow tonight. >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we're going to do a little thing called kid theater, which is we have kids write what they think "the mummy" is about, and it's really funny. and then later this week, we have 13-year-old animal expert robert irwin. [ cheers and applause ] we have will arnett, kate mckinnon and john cena will be here this week. it's a big week. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. he's such a talented actor, the star of the new movie "beatriz at dinner," john lithgow is here. >> steve: oh!
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who doesn't love john lithgow? >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: plus, from the scary new movie "it comes at night," riley keough is joining us. scary movie. [ cheers and applause ] also joining us tonight, a a brilliant music producer who put together this 50th anniversary remix of "sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band." giles martin is stopping by. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: does it -- does it come out? >> steve: don't break it. >> jimmy: it feels like something should slide out or something. >> steve: is it -- is it taped? >> jimmy: is it glued in there? >> steve: is it covfefe? you glued it in there? [ laughter ] i think something covfefe'd it. >> jimmy: i guess -- you stuck it together, so i wouldn't pull it out? >> yes. it slides out. >> jimmy: yeah, i like it to slide out and play with it. >> steve: oh, come on. it's a family show. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm talking about the box set. hey, don't get all covfefe on me.
or this is -- [ laughter ] >> steve: listen, captain underpants. >> jimmy: this is a -- this is a family show. i mean, i want to play it with -- with a box set. [ light laughter ] >> steve: don't rip it. okay that looks even -- oh, no. no! turn around. that looks disgusting. hey, come on y'all. [ indiscernible ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. what the hell is going on? i can't -- this is insane. >> steve: i think it was the beard that threw him. covfefe. >> jimmy: there it is right there. sergeant pepper. [ cheers and applause ] and then we have great, great, great music, oh, my gosh. do you love thundercat? >> steve: love thundercat. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, one of the most talented bassists out there, thundercat. amazing, right? great bass player, right. do you like michael mcdonald? [ cheers ] >> steve: we all love him. >> jimmy: i love michael mcdonald, too. do you like kenny loggins?
>> steve: no. [ cheers ] i love kenny loggins. >> jimmy: that's right, i love kenny loggins, too. thundercat featuring michael mcdonald and kenny loggins are here. [ cheers and applause ] it is a great show. we'll be right back with john lithgow, everybody. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ dearthere's no other way to say this. it's over. i've found a permanent escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia
what do you have there? p3 it's meat, cheese and nuts. i keep my protein interesting. oh yea, me too. i have cheese and uh these herbs. p3 snacks. the more interesting way to get your protein. how was your vacation? get a lil' sun? yeah, you're looking a little ripe there, buddy. yeah, very funny. hey, guys, what's this tomato doing at randy's desk? [all coworkers laugh] hahahahaha. you know, that actually reminds me, steve. i got you something... when i was over there. it's just a... little... something i thought... you might...like. aloha! mangoes can get sunburned. put some flavor in your break- with new snapple mango tea- make time for snapple.
>> jimmy: it's always great to see you. >> wonderful to be back. wonderful to be back. >> jimmy: i've seen you with beards. you grow a great beard. they're fantastic beards. >> they come and go. actually, i was on here with a a huge king lear beard a few years ago. >> jimmy: i remember that beard. yeah, it was a great beard. maybe i have beard envy, and that's why i'm doing this. >> i like it. i like it. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm trying. okay, all the time now. >> yeah, very very cool. >> jimmy: last time you were here, you gave me a nice gift, a nice prize and it meant so much to me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i loved it. you painted a watercolor of my dog gary. >> yeah, yeah. and i genuinely surprised you, too. >> jimmy: you really did. >> not easy to do on a talk show. >> jimmy: yeah, no one told me. no one ruined it. but i have -- this is a picture of it. >> oh great. >> jimmy: it's hanging in my daughter's bedroom. >> that's wonderful. >> jimmy: i look at it every day. [ cheers and applause ] it's gary frick. framed it. >> next time -- i painted that picture from photos, you know. next time i'm on the show, you've got to bring her in and introduce me to her. is that a promise? >> jimmy: yes, that's a a promise. >> i want to meet her -- >> jimmy: the whole family wants to meet you. [ cheers and applause ]
not only do we love our dog, we would love john lithgow at our house. we're big fans. i want to congratulate you on a a couple of things. first of all, your show "trial and error" on nbc just got renewed for season two. [ cheers and applause ] that's good stuff. that's a funny show. it's well done. then i want to -- you got honored at harvard. >> yes. yeah. they presented me with what's called the harvard arts medal. >> jimmy: wow. >> it goes to people who have gone to harvard but went into the creative arts. went to jack lemmon and yo-yo ma and bonnie raitt, tommy lee jones. this year it came to me. >> jimmy: how fun is that? that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] >> it was a nice honor, but it's a little embarrassing because 25 years ago i invented the award. [ laughter ] but you know -- >> jimmy: but -- >> sorry. this seems to be the age of conflict of interests. so -- [ laughter ] so you young people out there, if you want to win a major
award, invent it yourself. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's great advice. i love that. last time you told me that, i don't know, i think -- but you're playing will ferrell's father, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how does that even finish for you? >> yeah, we just finished last week. i'm will ferrell's father in "daddy's home 2." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's great. he's fantastic, right. >> he's the greatest. >> jimmy: he is. >> you know better than anybody. he's the most wonderful guy in the business. of course, mark wahlberg is in this one, too. and his dad is mel gibson. >> jimmy: oh my god. [ cheers and applause ] and this is going to be -- >> jimmy: how fun is this? >> so funny. we had the greatest time. >> jimmy: i told you will ferrell's the nicest guy. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. i was about to do it the last time i was here. >> jimmy: but now you have "beatriz at dinner." >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is very interesting. well directed. miguel arteta, and mike white who writes -- >> fabulous. >> jimmy: yeah, it's great. you want to explain what the movie is about.
>> yeah. mike is a comedy writer. the last time i worked with him, he wrote "orange county." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it begins as a comedy. it almost has a sitcom setup. it's a dinner party among three millionaires and their wives, and by a couple of tricks in the plot, a seventh guest is at the dinner table, and that's salma, who is a mexican immigrant spiritual healer and physical therapist who deals with the lady of the house. and it becomes this study in discomfort. i mean, just a usually very social evening turns very tense. and it becomes a kind of face-off between salma's character beatriz and mine, doug strat. i'm sort of the alpha guest. they're celebrating me. and salma and i kind of face off and become antagonists and
the comedy becomes very, very complex. i think it's a fabulous movie. >> jimmy: it's good. it's a fun movie. i want to show everyone a clip. [ cheers and applause ] here's a clip, here's john lithgow and salma hayek in "beatriz at dinner." take a look at this. >> what, you think i'm the source? >> she doesn't think that. >> i think she does. >> you think you give me too much credit. >> what i think is all your pleasures are built on other things. >> that's bull. look, i'm a big boy, okay? listen, honey, i think you have a great depth of feeling that you project on to the world, but to be honest, the world doesn't need your feelings. it needs jobs, it needs money, it needs what i do. >> the world doesn't need you. no. >> jimmy: woo! [ cheers and applause ] only you can do that. >> and only salma. >> jimmy: and only salma. >> it's her role. >> jimmy: john lithgow, everybody, "beatriz at dinner" opens nationwide june 16th. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented actress who you know from her work in the movie "mad max: fury road" and the tv series "the girlfriend experience." you can now see her in the new thriller "it comes at night," which opens in theaters this friday. "it comes at night." everyone, please welcome riley keough. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice to see you. >> you too. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. >> i met you at your golden globe party. i don't know if you remember. it was very late.
>> jimmy: it was very late. of course i remember. thank you for coming on the show. i appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: happy belated birthday. >> thank you. >> jimmy: 28, huh? >> 28. >> jimmy: i remember those years. yeah, yeah, yeah. did you do anything special? >> i had a birthday dinner. >> jimmy: yeah, is that a a special thing? >> well, it was special because i hadn't celebrated my birthday in a couple years because i got sort of like -- i don't know i was just not into it. >> jimmy: really? you were out of your -- celebrating your birthday? >> yeah, i don't know. i just kind of, like, took a a little break celebrating my birthday. and then i had like a nice dinner. so that was great. >> jimmy: did your mom do the thing? >> oh. >> jimmy: i know about the story. this is great because your mom can't make it to your birthday. >> she sends a gorilla, a a dancing gorilla in a tutu. [ laughter ] it's a real thing. >> jimmy: i think that's fantastic. it's frightening, but, yeah, it's real. >> yeah, she's done that three times. >> jimmy: she's done it three times. >> the first time she did it, was when i was 12, and i was at school, which was just horrible. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that is not horrible. that's fantastic. >> but the first time it was just horrible because you're
12 -- 12 is like when you're -- >> jimmy: i know. >> really cool. >> jimmy: yeah, you're -- you have enough problems at 12. >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: and then moms sends a a gorilla in a tutu to sing happy birthday. >> with a boom box. >> jimmy: even better. >> yeah. so it came into the school yard with a boom box playing some like really terrible rendition of happy birthday. she puts it on -- she. it puts it on the ground. >> jimmy: sure. we might never know. >> who knows? who cares? >> jimmy: yeah, no one really cares. it's a gorilla in a tutu. yeah, it could be. >> and then, i kind of -- i didn't really comprehend that it was for my birthday, and then it was like -- >> jimmy: like what nerd is this for? >> is riley here? and i was like, i was -- oh my god. sorry. >> jimmy: it's all right. >> i cursed. >> jimmy: no you can't curse. >> i googled this before i came on your show that you don't like when people curse on your show. [ laughter ] so i didn't do it. >> jimmy: why would you do that? >> i didn't mean to. when i sat down, i was going to say, "i'm sorry in advance if i say any bad words." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i can't believe you come on here and you dropped it. >> look at me like that. >> jimmy: you dropped it. you dropped the bomb on me, man. >> i'm really so sorry. [ laughter ]
♪ you dropped the bomb on me ♪ >> jimmy: no, i don't care. i don't even care. >> okay, good. >> jimmy: if you feel like saying it? >> really? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: anyhow, i'm not -- i'm not mad. i'm just disappointed. [ laughter and applause ] i'm happy you're here. i don't care what you say. i want to know about your movie. because this is a scary movie. this is a frightening movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: "it comes at night." >> yeah. that's right. well it's directed by this amazing filmmaker named trey shults who did a film called "krisha." i think a year ago or two years ago. and it's kind of a genre scary thriller about two families that sort of get stuck in a a house together when there's some sort of like -- you get the idea that there's like a a zombie kind of like virus going around. and it's kind of the way that they deal with it. >> jimmy: i tell you it feels like -- it's kind of even deeper than that. because you don't think, like, oh there's zombies, so it's like, how do you deal with what could be the end of the world? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and how freaked out you get in your own head. >> yeah. well it's really -- i think
it's about human behavior and kind of -- >> jimmy: in crisis. >> in crisis and fear and, you know, very topical. >> jimmy: it's good. it's spooky. i want to show everyone -- [ light laughter ] i want to show everyone a clip. here's riley keough in the new movie "it comes at night." take a look at this. >> don't touch the door. >> what? it was already open. >> the door was open when you got there? >> yeah. >> then who opened the door? >> yeah. >> i don't know. maybe andrew? >> what? andrew was asleep in our room. >> no, he wasn't. he was in -- >> what are you talking about? >> i put him in there before you both woke up. >> travis, why are we only hearing about this now? >> i don't know. what was i supposed to -- >> back up. tell us everything that happened. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: riley keough,
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♪ >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a multiple grammy award-winning music producer who is the mind behind this 50th anniversary box set remix of the beatles' "sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band." here to tell us all about this box set and much more, please welcome giles martin. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show. and i want to say congratulations. you produced the number one billboard album in the uk charts right now. here is the number one album. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: your father,
sir george martin passed away not too long ago. age 90, was it? >> 90, yeah, he was 90. he passed away march of last year. and the funny thing was, the first thing, he was a lovely man, and he was a beautiful man and very -- incredibly talented. and he died and we had the funeral, took a week off. and the first thing i did, you know, i was asked to by the beatles, to go in and remix this and the first voice i heard was his. >> jimmy: really? >> it's extraordinary. >> jimmy: miss him, huh? >> yeah, i mean his spirit lives on. he was such a great guy. but you know, he wanted to go, cheery note. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, he must have gotten you into producing. were you always into doing what your dad did? >> yeah, no he was -- i wanted to do music. i loved music. and i was okay at music at school. you know, i wasn't bad. and he kind of banned me from it. he's like, you know, "you must get a proper job." you know, for god's sake. you can earn a living doing something else.
and we -- what happened was he started losing his hearing. and i became his ears. and he didn't want to tell anyone he was losing his hearing because he didn't want to lose work. so i would come in and be this precocious, you know, teenager. and he would say to me -- so i sort of learned the frequencies going down how to hear that and listen like he did. and i was his ears. and a lot of people knew about it. i saw pete townsend a few months ago, and he actually mentioned it to me. i worked with him. and he goes, "i remember those times." and i'd be this sort of seeing eye dog for the record producer. >> jimmy: these legends and giants in front of you. were you just used to having the beatles around? >> i didn't think of them like that. i was just there looking after my dad. you know, that thing where i was just looking after my dad. and yes, i tell you what they are, these people are so good at what they do and it makes your life easier. but you know -- >> jimmy: yeah, but then what a a project. this must have driven you crazy. this is one of the most
complicated records, i think, in the history of music. >> yeah, no one's ever sort of said, "sergeant pepper doesn't sound very good." and then the beatles sort of -- you know, i worked with paul and ringo and yoko and olivia harrison. they're my bosses. we remixed the love show in las vegas. the love album. >> jimmy: i love that record. >> thank you. and the great thing is that we don't announce we're doing it. so i can go and encouraged to go into the studios and really, you know, try and push boundaries and do stuff. and then, if it's not very good, no one ever hears of it. i mean, you should hear all the bad stuff i've done. >> jimmy: this is made on a a four track. >> this is a four track. so you can record four things. >> jimmy: only four things. >> but then what they did was they took those four tracks and they record them in another tape machine, another tape machine, another tape machine. so a bit like, you know, an old cassette player where there's degradation. we managed to go from the -- i'm based at abbey road studios, which is a great place. we have all the tapes locked up
in abbey road studios. and we worked from those. >> jimmy: does it look like this box, when you buy the box set. >> that's what the boxes looks like. that is what the boxes look like. >> jimmy: that's why you have box sets. because it looks cool like this. you get to see stuff i never saw before. i have, of course, a thousand questions from just the cover art alone like this is all done, this is not photo shopped. this is obviously 1960. >> well that's the thing. i mean think about -- this cover here is -- it was made by peter blake. he actually -- they're life-sized cutouts. a bit like the album in a way. the reason why the album is so unique it's people hitting stuff in the studio. there's no sampling. there's no digitization. it's just real. and that's why it's lasted so long. it's the new cover. [ cheers and applause ] that's the new cover of the album. it's a subtle difference. questlove has a question which i always heard -- >> questlove: i want to know
about the very last moment of the record where they did the backyards looping thing. how did they do that with the dog whistle and the -- ♪ >> that's all four of them around the microphone in the studios. they decided to put a looper on the final group. it just goes continuous. and they basically made it the length of the loop and it's them just talking all at the same time. >> jimmy: and so it just never ends. >> it never ends but before -- >> jimmy: the never-ending song. >> but before, there's a a very -- there's a 15 kilohertz term. my dad used to talk to them about frequencies and you know, he knew about this stuff. and they went, "there's a a frequency that only dogs can hear or will annoy dogs," and i think paul or john went, "great, let's put it on our album." >> jimmy: there really is a dog whistle. >> yeah, so just at the end of "a day in the life", you know, they're on the -- it's on there now. you know, it will annoy your dog. [ laughter ] i've had letters from dogs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: protesting the album. >> paw print. >> jimmy: paw prints. you know what you did.
yeah. it's like listening to the sounds for first time. which i've never thought would say about sergeant peppers. i listened to this hundreds of thousands of times. not as much as you. but it is a totally different experience, great experience. job well done. your dad would be very proud. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: giles thank you so much. giles martin! "sergeant pepper's" 50th anniversary is a must. up next, we have a performance from thundercat, featuring michael mcdonald and kenny loggins. we'll see you after the break. come on back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do we really have to choose him to be our next spokesperson? seems like a good fit. but he's so boring. i'm yawning just talking about him. well it's our job to change that. uh guys. i think he can hear us. hm. sounds like you're on the fence.
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight's musical guest is a grammy award-winning singer, musician, and producer who has brought together two rock icons for the lead single on his new album "drunk." performing "show you the way," give it up for thundercat featuring michael mcdonald and kenny loggins!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ooh ayour honor ayour honor la la la ♪ ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ ♪ let me show you show you the way on the edge of dark ♪ ♪ there's the brightest light a blinding light on the edge of dark ♪ ♪ where no one can tell their worlds apart we'll live we'll die just take the ride ♪ ♪ it's your boy thundercat ♪ ♪ heavy hearted but my burden's light
i just want to live and learn how to fly ♪ ♪ when it's all over and into the light sink or swim i'm not scared to die ♪ >> tell'em how you feel kenny. ♪ your heart is struggling baby trying to believe ♪ ♪ there might be something that you just couldn't see ahh ♪ ♪ but what if told you that it's all so easy let me show you ♪ ♪ show you the way show you the way on the edge of dark there's the ♪ ♪ brightest light a blinding light on the edge of dark where no one can tell ♪ ♪ their worlds apart we'll live we'll die
just take the ride >> ladies and gentlemen, michael mcdonald. ♪ wake up and dream tear down the walls whether you believe ♪ ♪ it might not be true long as love lies waiting there just show your face ♪ ♪ into the light though right now you might not know why long as love lies waiting ♪ ♪ that ain't no way there ooh ooh ♪ ♪ let me show you show you the way on the edge of dark there's the ♪ ♪ brightest light a blinding light
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! come on! hey, buddy good to see you. thank you so much. thank you so much. thundercat, michael mcdonald, kenny loggins! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic! "drunk" is available now. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ birds chirping ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to john lithgow, riley keough, giles martin, thundercat, michael mcdonald, kenny loggins. and the roots right there, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight, kevin kline, star of "catastrophe," actress sharon horgan, music from cage the elephant, featuring the 8g band with jared champion. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night," how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] always so wonderful to hear on a monday. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump today announced a plan to privatize the nation's air traffic control system. he even has a catchy slogan for the program.