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"alfred miles" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"When Miller was very popular, big band leader in the nineteen thirties and forties during World War Two, he conducted the army air forces banned. It was only after World War Two that the air force became a separate Franch of the US military from the army. But the air force song was written just before World War Two. When they held a contest to find a song for the army air corps, Robert Crawford a singer who was also a pilot one with off. We go into the wild blue yonder. Captain Scofield says nowadays, each branch of the military has more than one band. For instance, the air force has thirteen band stationed around the world, ten in the United States and then three overseas, and they're definitely bigger than the original military bands. Each of the bands are made up of sixty members and two officers with the exception of the band in Washington and the band and Colorado Springs. John Phillips Sousa didn't just lead the marine band. He also conducted for the navy. The official navy band wasn't formed until nineteen twenty five, but at the naval academy, there's been banned since the mid eighteen hundreds tries Zimmerman who was one of the naval academy band masters and Alfred miles a student at the academy teamed up to write anchors away. That's a w. e. I g. h. when you weigh anchor, you raise it out of the water. So the ship can leave. Captain Scofield says he definitely didn't join the airforce and then hope to get into the band. You audition for a band before you join the airforce. You will audition for a specific spot, a trumpet opening. And then if you were found qualified at that point, then you joined the air force. The same goes for all the military bands, including the army, the army band dates from the end of World War One. The official army tune the case on song was written a bit earlier in nineteen. Eight back then ammunition was carried on k. son's case on is a French word for a box on wheels army. Lieutenant Ed Gruber kept hearing men with k. sons shout, keep them rolling, and he turned that into a song the case on keep rolling along. This week was American military bands next week, some non-military American bands. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander act w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me again. Next time for more classics for kids.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eight on america abroad seven years into a brutal civil war in syria we are reminded how fragile states can lead to regional instability caused humanitarian prices and fall prey to extremist organizations like isis stay with us for a conversation about syria foreign policy and fragile states joshua johnson of one a is the moderator on america abroad coming up at eight here on kqed fm eighty eight point five san francisco kqei fm eighty nine point three north highland sacramento this is fresh air i'm terry gross back with brian tyree henry he co stars in the fx series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy henry's also on broadway starring in the kenneth lonergan play lobby hero he was in the original production of the book of mormon he started performing in high school in show choir what did you sing in show choir in highschool so let me explain what show choir is exactly so my towel a favor my carolina there's this group from the predominant black high school while the only black high school in fayetteville smith high school of home of the golden bowls big ups there's a show choir and i remember being a junior high and even watching this group of these black teenagers come in soprano alto tenor bass and they would have these black and red vests on the costume was very formal so it was like a black and red vast with black slack black shoes are white shirt and a red bow tie that was the uniform and they would come into these assemblies and do these formations and do these dances and corio and saying their faces off man singer phases like it was unbelievable once i finally got a high school my best friend victoria who is the daughter of misbehavior who leads the show choir and she's like you got all dishes for that so it was unbelievable that's why i found it really funny that glee came along i was overdoing shows about this now man like nobody was talking about this when i was in high school but we're going to play and pitch i was part of that man and and the great thing was about is that noone noone dodge you out for like people respected you if you're smith sixteen it was it was.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So i'm going to ask you to describe your character on atlanta and i'm wondering if you're gonna do to descriptions or one i'm wondering if you're gonna do like an alfred miles description and a paper boy description or if you see them as one in the same you know you're the very first person that has ever given me the chance to to do that because anytime that i talk about him i only call him out for it i've never referred to him as paper boy luggage just doesn't is not who he is you know what i mean like so i'll describe alfred for you because paper boy is the persona that he created and i wanna talk about who he is as a person so alfred is the cousin of earn play by donald glover and he is raised born and raised in atlanta and he is a what we would call each trap boy and what that basically means is i don't know if people know what trump means but basically you know we are from a hate the term when they use inner city or like you know a very poor neighborhood which is predominantly black you know got the projects and things like that have you ever noticed that the these these residencies look like prisons or they look like you know there's a certain structure of these neighborhoods and we call him to try because what do you do with the trap we when you're in the trap there's really no way for you to get out so basically him being a tribe where he sells drugs but you know he also you know is a man that likes to rap on the side you know he.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air i'm terry gross my guest brian tyree henry co stars and the emmy award winning f x series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy thursday night's episode focuses on that character the main characters are struggling to make money when the first season started alfred was selling drugs for a living because rap was not paying off his cousin ernest known as earn as played by donald glover the creator of atlanta earned dropped out of princeton and was broke so he became alfred's manager hoping it would pay off for both of them but in season two which is now underway alfred paper boy has become more successful and is being introduced to people with more experience and connections in the industry but it's not a world he feels comfortable in like in this scene when he's visiting a music streaming service and has asked to go in the studio and record a promo which he does very reluctantly this is painful bore and you're tuned into the fresh mix rap playlist long live fresh okay all right let's do another take bullets to list one that's cool this is like cool this is paper boy and you tune into the fresh rap mix playlists long live fresh brian terry henry is also starring now on broadway in lobby hero he was in the original cast of the book of mormon brian terry henry welcome to fresh air so i should mention at the end of yesterday's show when i was saying that you'd won an emmy for this is us i basically gave you an upgrade because you got enough so do you want to start the interview by thanking me for the upgrade you know it's interesting you're not the first to do that there was another article i think it was a variety where they said that i won the emmy last year i was like look if you guys want to put that in the ethos i will let you do that i'm not gonna go on and take that for myself so you know thank you guys for for jumping ahead for me and giving me an emmy.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air i'm terry gross back with brian tyree henry he co stars in the fx series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy henry's also on broadway starring in the kenneth lonergan play lobby hero he was in the original production of the book of mormon he started performing in highschool in show choir what did you sing in show choir in highschool so let me explain what show higher is exactly so my town a favor of north carolina there's this group from the predominant black household while the only black is school bill smith high school bowls dig ups there's a show choir and i remember being in junior high and even elementary watching this group of these black teenagers come in soprano alto tenor bass and they would have these black and red vests on the costume was very formal so it was like a black and red vast black slacks black shoes white shirt and a red bow tie that was the uniform and they would come into these assemblies and do these formations and do these dances and corio and saying their faces off and they were senior phasing like it was unbelievable was i finally got a high school my best friend at victoria who is the daughter of misbehaviour who leads the show choir and she was like you got all this for that so it was awfully but that's why i found it really funny that glee came along i was overdue it shows about this now man like nobody was harmed about this when i was in high school but we're gonna do glee and pitch.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So i'm going to ask you to describe your character on atlanta and i'm wondering if you're gonna do to descriptions are one i'm wondering if you're gonna do like an alfred miles description and paper boy description or if you see them as one in the same you know you were the very first person that has ever given me the chance to to do that because anytime that i talk about him i only call him alfred i've never referred to him as paper boy luggage just doesn't is not who he is you know what i mean like so i'll describe alfred for you because paper boy the persona that he has created and i wanna talk about who he is a person so alfred is the cousin of earn play by donald glover and he is raised born and raised in atlanta and he is a what we would call a trap boy and what that basically means is i don't know if people know what trump means but basically you know we are from a hate that term when they use intercity or like you know a very poor neighborhood which is predominantly black you know when you've got the projects and things like that have you ever noticed that the these these residencies look like prisons or they look like you know there's a certain structure of these neighborhoods and we call him to try because what do you do with the trap when you're in the trap there's really no way for you to get out so basically being a traveler he sells drugs but you know he also you know is a man that likes to rap on the side you know we have a couple of hustles and.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fox home entertainment pro sending the post based on the true story of the pentagon papers cover up and the journalists who worked to expose the truth starring meryl streep and tom hanks available on blu ray or to rant and by the listeners of k qa it'll be cloudy afternoon for the bay area with highs today from the upper fifties to the mid sixties looking ahead toward this evening we're expecting the mostly cloudy skies to continue with a chance of showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms this evening and a slight chance of showers expected after midnight we'll have overnight lows in the forties this is fresh air i'm terry gross my guest brian tyree henry co stars in the emmy award winning f x series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy thursday night's episode focuses on that character the main characters are struggling to make money when the first season started alfred was selling drugs for a living because rap was not paying off his cousin ernest known as earn as played by donald glover the creator of atlanta earn dropped out of princeton and was broke so he became alfred's manager hoping would pay off for both of them but in season two which is now underway alfred paper boy has become more successful and is being introduced to people with more experience and connections in the industry but it's not a world who feels comfortable in like in this scene when he's visiting a music streaming service and has asked to go in the studio and record a promo which he does very reluctantly this is paperboard you're tuned into the fresh mix route playlist long live fresh okay all right let's do another take but let's let's one cool this is paperboard tune into the fresh rap mix playlist long brian tyree henry is also starring now on broadway in lobby hero he was in the original cast of the book of mormon brian terry henry welcome to fresh air so i should mention at the end of yesterday's show when i was saying that you'd won an emmy for this is us i basically gave you an upgrade because you got enough so do you want to start the interview by thanking me for the upgrade.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is fresh air i'm terry gross back with brian tyree henry he co stars in the fx series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy henry's also on broadway starring in the kenneth lonergan play lobby hero he was in the original production of the book of mormon he started performing in high school in show choir what did you sing in show choir in high school so let me explain what show choir is exactly so my town a favor my carolina there's this group from the predominant black household well the only black high school in fayetteville smith high school home of the golden bowls there's a show choir and i remember being in junior high and even elementary watching this group of these teenagers come in soprano alto tenor bass and they would have these black and red vests on the costume was very formal so it was like a black and red vast black slacks black shoes or white shirt and a red bow tie that was the uniform and they would come into these assemblies and do these formations and do these dances and corio and saying their faces off nanny was senior phases like it was unbelievable was i finally got a high school my best friend ed victoria who is the daughter of misbehaviour who leads the show choir and she's like you got all this for that so it was awfully but that's why i found it really funny that glee came along i was overdoing shows about this now man like nobody was talking about this when i was in high school but we're gonna do plea and pitch one knowing dogs you out for like people respected you if you're smith sixteen it was it was amazing.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot org and click on donate this is fresh air i'm terry gross my guest brian tyree henry co stars and the emmy award winning f x series atlanta as alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy thursday night's episode focuses on that character the main characters are struggling to make money when the first season started alfred was selling drugs for a living because rap was not paying off his cousin ernest known as earn as played by donald glover the creator of atlanta earned dropped out of princeton and was broke so he became alfred's manager hoping it would pay off for both of them but in season two which is now underway alfred paper boy has become more successful and is being introduced to people with more experience and connections in the industry but it's not a world he feels comfortable in like in this scene when he's visiting a music streaming service and is asked to go in the studio and record promo which he does very reluctantly this is paperboard you're tuned into the first mix rap playlist long all right let's do another take but leads to wild listed one cool this is paperboard a year tune into the fresh rap mix playlists long live fresh brian terry henry is also starring now on broadway in lobby hero he was in the original cast of the book of mormon brand terry henry welcome to fresh air so i should mention at the end of yesterday's show when i was saying that you'd won an emmy for this is us i visited gave you an upgrade because you got so do you want to start the interview by thanking me for the upgrade you know it's interesting you're not the first to do that there was another article i think it was variety where they said that i won the emmy last year i was like look if you guys want to put that in the ethos i will let you do that i'm not going to go run and take that from myself so you know thank you guys for for jumping ahead for me and giving me an emmy.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So i'm gonna ask you to describe your character on at lanta and i'm wondering if you're gonna do to descriptions or one i'm wondering if you're gonna do like an alfred miles description and paper boy description or if you see them as one in the same the very first person that has ever given me the chance to to do that because anytime that i talk about him i only call him alfred i've never referred to him his paper boy luggage just doesn't is not who he is you know what i mean like so i will describe alfred for you a because paper boy is the persona that he has created and i wanna talk about who he is a person so alfred is the cousin of earn play by donald glover and he is raised born and raised in atlanta and he is a what we would call a trap boy and what that basically means is i don't know if people know what trump means but basically you know we are from and i hate the term lease inner city or like you know a very poor neighborhood which is predominantly black you know when you've got the projects and things like that have you ever noticed that the these these residencies look like prisons or they look like there's a certain structure of these neighborhoods and we call him to try because what do you do with the trial you when you're in the trap there's really no way for you to get out so basically him being a trap way he sells drugs but you know he also you know is a man that likes to rap on the side you know he has a couple of hustles and.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fresh air just trying not to die day today brian tyree henry co star of the f x series atlanta he plays alfred miles who raps under the name paper boy henry was in the original broadway cast of the book of mormon he started performing in his high school show choir which he took very seriously that's why i found it really funny that glee came along i was overdoing shows about this now man like nobody was talking about this when i was in high school but we're gonna do plea and pitch perfect and all this stuff was like oh that's real nice after college he went to the yale school of drama are went from being around all black people to being around very little black people he's now back on broadway starring in lobby hero and will listen back to my interview with former first lady barbara bush she died yesterday at age ninety two that's coming up on fresh air first news live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi singh international chemical weapons experts are still waiting to go to syria to investigate allegations that chemical weapons were used on civilians recently they're on standby an advanced team was supposed to be allowed in earlier but that team came under small arms fire and then had to go back we have an update from teri schultz it's unclear when the nine member team will be given access to the site where western governments alleged the syrian government backed by moscow launched a gas attack on civilians april seventh the ws factfinding mission expected to start gathering evidence today but opcw's secretarygeneral ahmadou zoom suit says shots were fired tuesday and an explosive device was detonated as a un security team was performing a last minute check on the area this despite assurances no syrian military would be present and that the russian military police was in control the us says it suspects russia has sent personnel to the site to tamper with evidence the.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News quiz radio program imagine a man of stature being given away a surprise you don't see bob edwards giving his voice away or terry gross or even daniel schorr i feel so cheap oh well leader a message at the tone that's a really good one hilarious and when he was on the show that day we invited listeners to call in or write in a five word description of call castles voice pancakes with maple syrup so i guess call castle voice made people think of food how sweet well we'll remembering him he was eighty four years old he he died from complications from alzheimer's disease he was in potomac maryland he retired officially in two thousand fourteen which spy you haven't heard him for a couple of years but it was nice to hear him now remember him that way mostly sunny and breezy today highs in the mid fifties it's forty three degrees right now in prospect park brooklyn and that's the latest from the wnyc newsroom i'm should meet the bath sue on the next fresh air ryan tyree henry who co stars in the fx series atlanta as alfred miles who goes by his rap name paper boy henry is also starring on broadway in the show lobby hero he was nominated for an emmy for his guest appearance on this is us in which he sang very soulful join us weekdays at to ninety three point nine fm wnyc wnyc is supported by the vital projects fund and museum of.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Comes your way today beginning at noon it's followed at one by fresh air on the next fresh air ryan tyree henry who co stars in the f x series atlanta as alfred miles who goes by his rap name paper boy henry is also starring on broadway in the show lobby hero he was nominated for an emmy for his guest appearance on this in which he sang very soulful join us fresh air again that'll be this afternoon at one o'clock we'll get a news update from npr now at eighteen minutes before six from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is confirming cia director mike pompeo recently traveled to north korea ahead of an expected summit between trump and kim jong un reporter shane harris with the washington post spoke to npr's morning edition on aol went to north korea over the easter weekend where he met with kim jong un and when he was there received certain assurances about what the north was willing to negotiate about when kim jong un meets later with president trump and importantly i isn't that point when us officials became convinced that north korea was willing to put the issue of denuclearization on the table trump and kim are expected to meet next month or in early june red flag warnings are posted in number of states today because of dangerous wildfire conditions they they include arizona colorado texas and oklahoma as joe wirtz reports a state of emergency is in effect and more than fifty counties in oklahoma where wildfires have killed two people high winds and low humidity are driving the flames through droughtstricken trees and brush torching dozens of homes and buildings and hundreds of thousands of acres fire crews are using bulldozers aircraft and.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly president trump is confirming cia director mike pompeo recently traveled to north korea and met with kim jong un on twitter this morning the president says talks between pompeii when kim went smoothly ahead of an expected meeting between trump and kim the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons is meeting behind closed doors today to examine the recent nerve agent attack in britain on a former russian double agent and his daughter teri schultz reports but british government backed by the opcw has identified the nerve agent as novacek developed by the soviets and possessed by russia but moscow now insists another toxic substance was found one russia doesn't have independent chemical weapons expert dan 'cause that's an says moscow may have gotten a leaked report from one of the labs and maybe mixing up the presence of a second nerve agent as a positive control sample the house agriculture committee is taking up the farm bill today with democrats objecting to propose cuts to the snap program here's npr's braxton booker this is all about proposed new work requirements republicans say establishing new rules for able bodied americans will get more people back on their feet in off public assistance democrats say work requirements essentially punish people who depend on food stamps republicans can pass the bill out of committee without help from democrats i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington really on the next fresh air ryan tyree henry who co stars in the f x series atlanta as alfred miles who goes by his rap name paper boy henry is also starring on broadway in the show lobby hero he was nominated for an emmy for his guest appearance on this is us in which he sang very soulful join us and fresh air terry gross this afternoon at one and again this evening at seven i'm michael state at twenty one after four here's the.

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"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"alfred miles" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Joining us you're listening to all things considered from npr news coming up more on the death of legendary npr newscaster carl castle that's next up is the all things considered rebroadcast continues at the top of the hour of course news and information from the bbc world service on the next fresh air ryan tyree henry who co stars in the f x series atlanta as alfred miles who goes by his rap name paper boy henry is also starring on broadway in the show lobby hero he was nominated for an emmy for his guest appearance on this is us in which he sang very soulful join us and that is fresh air wednesday afternoon at one and again wednesday evening at seven so you wanna be a food entrepreneur suggest starting small when we had one truck and they were on it and we were there talking to customers or staff and managing it we were doing our passionate and our love i'm kai ryssdal passion love and a good lobster roll next time on marketplace that's kind of resolve and he'll have the marketplace program at four o'clock wednesday afternoon and again wednesday evening at six thirty our special tomorrow night at eight wednesday night at eight is america abroad syria and fragile states seven years into a brutal civil war in syria were reminded how fragile states can lead to regional instability caused humanitarian crises and fall prey to extremist organizations such as isis on the episode you'll hear tomorrow evening look at why some states become fragile how it affects the people who live there and the us approach to getting fragile states back on their feet that's america abroad here at wednesday evening at eight and again thursday morning at two on k q e d public radio i'm michael state the time ten minutes away from one o'clock from npr news this is all things considered i nelson chang and i'm ari shapiro it is a sad day here.

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