18 Burst results for "Benny Carter"
"benny carter" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Music featuring many Carter in that last set, Benny Carter. Competent of many instruments, but in that set on the alto and we started with him performing with the Colonel Ross Quartet back in the year, 1945 and we heard the moon is low. Stairway to the stars. Bye bye Blues, and I don't know why and then two with Willie Smith and his orchestra September in the rain, and you ought to be in pictures. From the Help him the trip label Alto artistry featuring a variety of performers. That came out Quite a few years ago. Back in the 19 seventies, thanks again for tuning into entertainment Today I'm John Cranial your host, going up till noon with classic jazz swing and some blues there and listener Spencer Community Radio W. O, R T 89.9. FM. Madison, Wisconsin. We'll continue now with vocals by SARAH Pawn. If you could see me now you know how I've been One look, is all you need to see the mood. I'm in you. I'm still in love with you. If you could see me Now you find me being And trying to make my kids But that's why I'm still in love..
Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald
"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you
"benny carter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Great really serving my guess is Marty gross you started playing guitar I think when you're thirteen lows around that time yeah ukulele first uhhuh it's a lot of rhythm guitar what interested you in in the form you know I've I've been I've I've been trying to work up an answer that question for twenty years and I'm almost got in for in the final form of when I was coming up yeah I've never had a record of Roy Eldridge and Benny Carter and Coleman Hawkins thing I can't believe you end up with me when the panelists rhythm section oil would you like to have the guy playing a shuffle rhythm when he soloed to like you like that kind of thing and and so that knocked me out did you only sing now how much they're doing hi I was working with the band in Chicago the brass rail preview of some of those joints and we were backstage I used to do this kind of thing backstage in a duty to do doing emissions just sit back there you know not just not on the continent really cold you didn't call back that does all of the like that and the guys say Hey the leaders want to do it out there we need all the help we can get nice old gosh I was all all shook up nervous knees knocking and I honest to god never never had done that but they kept at it and we've kicked kicked around and finally I found out that it was a a definite asset you did that and and the whoever was paying the bill for the band said yeah that's going to keep him on the band and I need an answer so I started learning words to things all the way through for I just know eight bars and then you know Humm and strong the rest the way through so and so that happened I think audiences develop a more intimate relationship with the singer it certainly is absolutely necessary if you're going to play any kind of obscure tone if I if I sit there and and and we think of this tune.
"benny carter" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Judd. Hickinbotham leaders consider what's next after the failed vote? WSB's Bill Caiaccio reports slide the referenda may have been doomed from the start of the first problem that no vote all eight had easier task WSB political analyst Bill crane says the job for opponents was made even easier by the decision to call for a special election in the middle of March rather than vote during last year's high turnout midterms crane says a shakeup at Marta didn't help either. It was also a change in management at Marta in the middle of last summer. Finally, crane says the Gwinnett business community and Marta did not do a good enough job selling the plan to Gwinnett voters. Reporting live, Bill Caiaccio, WSB and other results from Tuesday's election voters in Snowville and Lawrenceville approves Sunday brunch. Bills to start selling alcohol at eleven AM sales. Begin April nine Lincoln county voters approved a five-year spas to pay for new schools, renovate existing ones that replace aging buses. The Atlanta city council race for the late ivory Lee young seat appears headed for a runoff. None of the nine candidates. Get some of the district three Cherokee county commission races also headed for a runoff between Republicans Benny Carter and Kenny Phelps protesters demand answers from Atlanta's mayor and police chief after the officer involved shooting an unarmed. Twenty one year old man the chief tries to calm the crowd. I promise you. There is no cover up, but ultimately police escort twenty people for mayor Kishan. Lance bottoms, townhall, the FBI in Fulton County DA are investigating the fatal shooting of Jimmy atchison as he hid in the closet. The officers on leave ESPN news time, seven oh. Three new this morning residents in south Texas, described debris. Raining down from a massive fire at a petrochemical plant endear park. They look almost like a lump of charcoal. It's finally burned itself out after two and a half days. Authorities insist air quality has not been compromised federal jury decides damages after finding roundup contributed to a California man's cancer. The verdict was unanimous. So second jury finding that roundup caused non-hodgkin's lymphoma and attorneys say it could impact hundreds of similar lawsuits against roundups manufacturer Monsanto now owned by bear ABC's. Alec stone says L counties halting its use of the weed killer Bayer's appeal the first jury award in state courts ice president Pence promises expedited aid after visiting flood-stricken Nebraska, the governor. There describes an epic disaster is the most widespread damage we've ever experienced in our state farm and ranch losses alone could reach a billion dollars. Just in Nebraska. Some communities are accessible only by air or boat Dairy Queen celebrates spring with its free cone day today. The chain is giving away free small. Vanilla soft serve cones in a fundraiser for the children's miracle network. There's a limit of one cone per person tomorrow through the end of March Dairy Queen will sell a small regular or dipped cone for fifty cents through its mobile app..
"benny carter" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Now. Listen, no kidding, Gabe. That's your daughter's voice. It is. Okay. And you said this thing has had how many views are hits two point three billion only be billion. Oh, well, okay. Two point three billion. That's your daughter. Does. She get a dime out of this. She got paid to sing it. Yeah. Working on that. Yeah. Residuals because you could like Bywater for north and South Korea from the royalties that you're going to get from that. So I mean seriously that is so hilarious. And what's your daughter's name, her name's hope hope sa- going? And again, we want to put an AP be out there. Please contact the show. That is so funny. So somehow your girls you said fell into the entertainment world in South Korea. I don't know how that happened. It just happened. I guess and as a result hope your thirteen year old has this monster viral hit which will haunt her throughout the decades. No matter what she does. She give you the next Vivian Lee and Bette Davis combined, and they'll say, yeah. But she got famous for the for the shark song. I'm okay with that. I was gonna say their worst problems to have that is so cute. Now is this popular in Korea on my gosh. It's it was huge in Korea huge in Asia. And it's kind of just taken over here in the US in the last three or four months. Wow. I what is it with Korea? And these like hits like Gangnam style is another one of these things like where do they have a hit making machine someplace in the basement of a building? Yeah. They're amazing. Where we would never play Gangnam style on this program, of course, because my engineer knows not to do that. But okay. So that's hilarious for thank you for sharing that. And of course, it goes along with surfing North Korea because it's a shark song. Baby. Sharpton is at home my gosh. Okay. So you have three girls. When they join you when they join you in North Korea. What is that like, it was pretty awesome? Actually, having our kids with us in North Korea. It changed the dynamic of traveling through the country because their kids and they're also half Korean half Caucasian. So they have a certain kind of look to them. That's very unique. And the North Koreans were really curious about my kids, and then my kids speak Korean as well, they're bilingual. So as soon as they were able to start conversing with the local people, it was it was crazy. They might my daughter hopes she got mobbed in the Pyongyang airport by a bunch of women who were working the airport. I saw this group of women and and like what's going on over there and their surrounding my daughter. It was pretty crazy. I is this because of the baby this in two thousand thirteen this is way before this is this is even before the baby shark song phenomenon. Wow. I guess you just got that star quality. She must unbeliev seriously. This is very funny the baby shark song. That's you realize that many people listening now, they just they just tuned in. So we should start from the beginning again. Okay. So you do ministry North Korea which wife's name. My wife's name is joy joy. And and you said she is a Korean ethnically Korean. Where'd y'all meet we met in Hawaii in Hawaii? I know and how many years you guys. Benny Carter we've been together since year two thousand so coming up on nineteen years. Yeah. Wonder well, congratulations. But that's just it's it's a beautiful story. Because it's so organic the idea that the two of you sort of you know, kind of go there to South Korea. And then you figure this out. And so what are your plans for the future of his how many times can you go to North Korea? What can you do how long can you stay? What do they allow you to do, you know as far as the North Korean side? It's pretty open as far as what we can do. And how. Long. We can stay depending on your project. Right right now. The the issue is that we have on the US Ida travel ban that prevents us going into north. Right. So that's been a put a hamper on our work there. And we hope that with the upcoming summit between President Trump and Kim Jong that some of the things that have made the relationship a little bit difficult in our life is is humanitarian aid workers difficult that some of those things would be resolved. And we can get back to work. We mentioned the unions earlier that I had on this program who live there, and who because of the travel ban are also not able to go back. So they were saying the same thing that so there must be many Christians in from America who do humanitarian work there. I don't know how many, but obviously now I've met three. Yeah. There. There's a fairly large group of Americans that do nonprofit work between education, business development and humanitarian aid. Yeah. That. Are unable to be there. And we're not our face isn't shown in North Korea anymore, and that's the tragedy of the whole thing. Because when were there, it's like, the the cover of the book, you know, we're able to say, hey, we're Americans, and we're showing our face and showing a different face than the education that they received. And so as not being able to go there, his I think it's it's hard to accept because we're not able to to present that face. Well, that's that's always the question. You know, we've been through that with Cuba with, you know, how do you how do you deal with the regime like that? And there's never any easy answers. Okay. We're gonna be right back with the father of hope sa- going. This is to funny and the the baby shirk song. We'll be right back with the author of surfing, North Korea. Hey, Alvin isn't it time.
"benny carter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I did I got tossed one time. And I don't remember what it was. Bill spooner. I said you did a terrible job tonight. And I got fine zapped game. That cost you Phillies. Great. Costs. Installments plan was twenty five hundred hundred why ex wife spent twenty five hundred w defy wreck. This pocket at the rim for Irving. He gets the pass from Tatum and buries a corner. Three to make it all better. One zero four eighty dollars. We resume play seven minutes left in the fourth quarter in Los Angeles stat of how many offensive rebounds leads open trade look up a Williams punches in electric, which down the lane James is upset about something. How many times have we seen them on that right side? He goes baseline and no one from the weak side comes over to get the coach Williams about three or four dogs store. Next is up the fourteen points. Here's Morris left satellite officer. The caruso. Turns shoots down grew. The fall that's going to be five on Caruso. That's a tough Russo. Well, that's a tough guard between what are you doing? He's on an island with a lawyer Morris. He's time nobody comes over to come over. And just try to dig the ball. You come down. There. Make Morris have to pick it up. It leaves that saved your player. And then you get back to your own time, Bruce all by himself, and I guess wrong gonna leave him in there with the five. Shake you said as he walks toward half court and a lot of head shaking going on here for Luke Walton and his staff is going to talk tough. Post all-star break wrong Morris is free. Throw is good. It's seven ninety one. I mean since LeBron James come back from injury four and ten do. I have that. Right. I was playoff mode. Yeah. You said he was kicking actively off. Yes. Three. They'll good nice rebuttal wayside by Williams. Lost his dribbling, he's a friend. It's the timing. Point train coming down the LeBron James punches it in to one zero seven ninety three Boston decision to go to the rim. When he makes it. Twenty seven. Boris left side of the lane bombs into higher. Turns shoots of fater down or. His brother on the other side of us saying too small. Benny carter. He's got the popcorn and the sunglasses working over there. Martine Morris does trying to save. What was an arid steps on the sideline wing? Right. Well, that's really Kyrie's turnover. It's going to go to Horford. But he throws it to a big men on a dead run. At the top of the don't make him make the play from. There was a high the bag dribble got into the low side of the lane. And his fall by Tatum. Tatum saying travel. Jason didn't see the behind the back dribble. Move Bill by Mr. Bongo. Freddie travels. Maybe Tatum guts contact. Wagner. Liam's Caruso, James and heart on the floor for Los Angeles. Triple double for LeBron career highs for Jonathan Williams bovine yet. Down one on I ninety three James top of the arc holding the space the floor. Here comes Williamson screen up high. Horford it'll switch up and defend LeBron free to shoot to shoot. Waltz into to blocking Bali a Bill urban took the worst of it. He's down under the realm. Unbelievable. Career ring. There for Dana. And he takes an elbow white in shops. And LeBron James, I don't know about that. Irving's left foot was off the floor. That's that's tough. Call zack. Free. Throw three James is three point LeBron James ravages twenty seven point one points per ball game north of that now with twenty nine excuse me, thirty points, twelve assists, ten rebounds and author Irving between the circles just. About five minutes to play here in the fourth quarter. Baba the Horford throws winning right to Morris their daring him to shoot puts you to the floor binder steps into a two and knocks down a twenty footer. Bourbon of sixteen sixteen points. One eleven ninety six seems just enough to keep the arm. Outstretched hearing villains. James picks up the dribble, elbow jumpers, short or Morris and Irving p to Lakers to the rebound early trying to get out of trouble here, and does bracelet across the left hand pass left to the rim for Horford rises, a frog benign by blogger, Jack hustle any covers the ball. It's somehow. The heroic skip pass, wait left. Smart whistle blowing a step. Father's badge. The third Tyler self except turn it over by stepping on the sideline tonight a wire cord. Big strong. Not that much room were incised fourteen. Fifteen you got one step basically behind that line or use standing out of bounds. No, single Gregor guys. No. I totally agree with. Lider? Turns looks baseline right for Williams Williams with the left hand dribble gets the restricted area. Turns into a left took no good weeping. For the rebound is Horford Irving. Stakes pass William suit up. Irving has been a one man highlight reel here in the second half the electrifying heading. I mean is good as handling with the game. Steph curry. And Kyrie Irving. The two best twenty seven points for Kyrie Irving. Eleven of sixteen from the field. We have a timeout in Los Angeles. Three fifty one left here the.
"benny carter" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Reactions is great at the sort of delayed slow-burn is to call it, you know. But this this is that tech some about ten minutes screen time to figure out who Marshall isn't. It's all very funny. 'cause you know, we know what he doesn't know. We're watching his slow brand trying to figure it out in it. It does finally figure it out into beer not to be. I love how blatantly killed lumbar cuckolding, Jack. Benny isn't quite clear, if she's actually I mean, this is Dan beauty that they have to do with censorship. Whether she actually sleeps with guys or whether she's just flirting. It's kinda what they call in politics. Plausible deniability? You know, you could look at the film. If some sensors says, well, she's sleeping with Robert Stack's character Lewis could probably say, well, you know, I never actually show that and I don't say that. And you know, how do you know that and then the sensor it up to say, well, I, you know, I think and all that will. Then it's in your dirty mind, right? It's an dirty mind to that. Maybe there's something going on. But does partly that advocate. But also like in trouble, intern is in a more serious way. We're not actually sure if Marshall and Kay Francis sleep together. And in a way, it's not important because with more important is they have the emotional connection. A love that grows, and that's all the more important in life than than the physical things which are important, but not as important, but we get more of a sense that they might might have slept together. But to be or not to be my reading is. She's just flirting with this young guy who's good looking young Robert stack and really phase it his career who's. Mad about her like a puppy dog in but she's kind of toying with him. And she gets a kick out of that. But we got the impression that it's stated at one point in the film. This is not the first time. This happened isn't, sir. Bitchy role. To mater, and she has a dresser who's an old woman who's very cynical who kind of has seen it all happened many times before we got the sense just from looking at the women's reactions, and she's kind of shaking head over it. Like here you go again. So we could probably infer that she's probably had some affairs Jack Benny has to put up with it. And he's he's a classic schlemiel character who, you know, he's constantly being put upon his humiliated by her, and that's kind of funny, but it is sort of painful way to and then he he becomes hero reluctantly in the course of the film and read Meyer him, but we identified with him. I think we dentist I wish la- meals schmucks, you know, Jerry Lewis type characters Jack Lemmon characters laid around and Louis characters that he played his young man and his early films were like that too. I mean, it's hard to done. If I was somebody who's tremendous stud like. Clark able or something because we couldn't hope to be like that in real life for Cary Grant. Those are people we might aspire to they we wish we could be like Cary Grant. But we could never you know, could never achieve it. So it's easier to relate to somebody like Jack Benny Carter on so the Caroline bird stuff. It hasn't certain bite to the story and Lynch's films full of infidelity sequences, and and storylines that are done in different ways, usually condones infidelity in a way, that's un-american in Europe. They don't get as worked up about it. You know, like quite often the politician, we'll have a wife in a mistress, and nobody really cares. But in America's big scandal. You know, somebody could be impeached. That's you know, it seems like during the Clinton impeachment people in Europe are kind of wondering this America crazy or what I mean like dismiss impeachment the whole country's obsessed with this for all year, and it really hurt our country because. Took people's eye off the ball of more serious things going on..
"benny carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well you teddy wilson said something that i actually had forgotten about but i read recently a colleague of mine a great pianist called michael kanaan had posted this and my wife showed it to me and it was something about teddy wilson saying that he always likes to look at the sheet music when he's learning a song because there might be something special that the composer decided on that's perhaps the best possible harmony for that song and he would like to know about it he learned that from benny carter so i think that you can't do better than listening to benny carter and teddy wilson about that sort of stuff however sometimes i make my own calls that are not necessarily for instance there's something that happens at the end of a foggy day it's where it goes like this pardon my singing but you could simply say so you're kind of that you kinda featuring that part of the melody here instead of going instead of going like that i like to do this sure because that way the sunshine show listen to the difference this as opposed to see so the sun shines there has to do with the base note hearing it go.
"benny carter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Swear and if you raresized with country singer red evans that i wish had been included teddy wilson's recording groups are prize for their springy formality and for great solis often drawn from goodman's or duke ellington spans the singer's hoodoo turnup include thelma carpenter helen ward from goodman's orchestra and up and coming teenager elephants filling the new weighed on vanilla zone mm bill laid down me and then one in her ted wilson accorded many classic to send some weaker material whereas soloists came to the rescue when a session includes a singer she is part of the unsolved one soloist among several if the one most obligated to stick to the tomb nan win brings a lighttouch to one judy garland throw away but saxophonist benny carter takes greater liberties be so on the women do the grunt work in the men have the fung wien then one thing well style then in then naturally roll along we'll get rid of all we a woman luke as well the lead do all don't go go forward with the abundant be bone de bombarding the bumpy derozen low no love rough the eventually like any star but he goodman seidna petty wilson formed his own a bit smaller than votes than not always so distinctive it's other standout was roaring tenor saxophonist ben webster before he got famous with ellington this is webster's tune seventy one amc stubs teddy wilson didn't have a successful ban leaders outgoing personality is orchestra folded he went back to recording with small pick up bans 1941 one more sexton back one more young.
"benny carter" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And if you raresized with country singer red evans that i wish had been included teddy wilson's recording groups are prize for their springy informality and for great soloists often drawn from goodman's or duke ellington's bands the singers who do turn up include thelma carpenter helen war from goodman's orchestra an up and coming teenager elephants the new weighed on hill then done mm the new bill laid down and then mm in teddy wilson accorded many classic tune in some weaker material whereas soloists came to the rescue when a session includes a singer she's part of the unsolved one soloist among several if the one most obligated to stick to the tune nan win brings a lighttouch to one judy garland throw away but saxophonist benny carter takes greater liberties be so the women do the grunt work in the men have the fung wien then well man as saying those wrong will style then again then narrowly roll along will get rich galwey a woman who cares weatherly duo though we'll go forward with the bone bone de bombed the bumpy road loan hello and hello the eventual like any star but he did inside mayor teddy wilson formed his own a bit smaller than than not always so distinctive it's other standout was roaring tenor saxophonist ben webster before he got famous with ellington this is webster's tune seventy one two teddy wilson didn't have a successful ban leaders outgoing personality is orchestra folded he went back to recording with small pickup bands the 1941 one more sexton back one more young singer on the rise lena horne liam payne man navies to him himalayan creeping there is so thin campaign shots to prayers alongside other soloists teddy wilson away shared the spotlight alone or in a trio was a different story the mosaic box includes a few newly unearthed trio improvisations for the keys fly off the piano it's not likely forgotten everything he learned from rural hines or our tatum for a paragon of tasteful restraint teddy wilson could really fun fanalert ubuntu the eamon bailey.
"benny carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Swear and if you raresized with country singer red evans that i wish had been included teddy wilson's recording groups are prize for their springy in formality and for great soloists often drawn from goodman's or duke ellington's bans the singers who do turn up include thelma carpenter helen ward from goodman's orchestra and up and coming teenager elephantskin and weighed on land mm no way now the man and and do in teddy wilson accorded many classic to send some weaker material whereas soloists came to the rescue when a session includes a singer she is part of the unsolved one soloist among several if the one most obligated to stick to the tune man win brings a lighttouch to one judy garland throw away but saxophonist benny carter takes greater liberties be so on the women do the grunt work in the men have the fund being then when now anything goes wrong will style then kansas then narrowly role alone will give you all we a woman who cares weatherly duo though will go forward with the abundant only bombarded the bumper derozen alone whoa yup the venture would like any star but he did in sidon petty wilson formed his own big a bit smaller than votes than not away so distinctive it's other standout was roaring tenor saxophonist ben webster before he got famous with ellington this is webster's tune seventy one and.
"benny carter" Discussed on WWL
"The do nothing let let let's city flooding that's a little bit older you've heard he out a monument remover monument remover do that as well i don't know what they're costume will would behold but um i don't know there's literature waterboard uh that is the confidence of income is that is that even the term a worm if the iccat is the epitome of of a a competent yeah yeah i mean it's like it's above and beyond whatever competences back to the phones we go forget our cells and local benny carter what's going on what's up we just had the we just have any no art benny go ahead in the jet tortuga billy i bet he's out there for a second time we've gone zone james in new orleans let's get that straight more james your on wwl a hard to my comment about the uh the the the redskins in in in in hollywood much steel would just picture for you you know they will be of york they had a a football team or basketball sports organisations yeah or were like peel bases with them something like that i know i'll be highly offended if there was on a black sleep for some pretty the like that in mostar stuff that's that's all input what what we're j james do you know the you know that there was a and i said this early in the show uh that there was a a minor league baseball team in atlanta called uh that lanta crackers now you can obviously say uh jim crow days in a civil rights.
"benny carter" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"As go in tell 'em yellow has my trumpeted it was great was it though you to tune it comes from here not as good your dog this just know just know that i could period step for more bruce hall of fame to a rock where slaves were auctioned dolphin africa very make complete sense directly with we got on this note yeah totally makes sense he didn't even need to explain a tom to connect with us yes tom benny carter hall of fame yasser now yes and no in if the unblocks me yes okay i have to get to the bottom of this i know i'm gonna type his name in the twitter right now to see if i'm still blocked travel meet can you block someone from searching from someone cities a since two thousand twelve when they anthony davis was drafted he has played three hundred and sixty games for the pelicans organization which is the most of any player in the pelicans organization during that time do we know who is second with two hundred and forty one games two hundred you want again oh marriage sheikh waz got it dante cunningham so this is this is the thing that we were talking about earlier of like the loyalty and the dealing with the mismanagement in all the stuff is the guy who's played the second most games in the anti daves era is dante cunningham that's that's this is the thing 'cause like you not talk to eat in on a regular basis and he's like i mean i like italy daves but was the guy's gonna win.
"benny carter" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"That you just keep pressing yourself to you know move beyond beyond beyond where you thin and and hope that it reflects in your work and hope that the world can appreciate it you know um it's great were all nuts you know it's it's a crazy crazy i i would i would say creates i would say good nuts it's ipad not a rite of people have a mel idea you know because the preponderance the people that are in the business are not ed yeah they're not people who you know been at the apex or live at that realm to just all the rest of the people who are out there making our culture sure they are out there making art and making craft and making all that makes up human beings into the western 21st century culture which one day will reflect something about what our life was like he now and down and it's really noble i mean i have many friends i have actors and uh you know people in all forms of the business who you know really can step back and go and were lucky to be engaged in this life you know i am i chatted with an actor who who did a wonderful job of making the dvd copies for my kickstarter people and because i eating at the you promised them all the stuff and then you have to do it i'm like oh my god wanted i promise you and all this stuff i s i have to download all these things from my aunt my cdc me with the benny carter i mean it's like why did i do that on actually i'm funny story about i i you know it's only a to character thing i promised people who gave two thousand dollars to the campaign the so him they could be in the movie so i had five people as i can't do more than finance of where the helm i going to put them into to care though i ended up having people come to the hotel dorothy end which ended up being very fun on so but you know i get the like accommodate that in the yeah so that was i was glad that worked out oh yeah i.
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"It was three interesting he i mean he nailed it he just nailed it in and i think that was more in his mind that started helping all live in the share it i bet it was great i can understand effort at the same time baby that small bit of ego aside this is also a guy who's been doing this for like seventy years and he knows that angelo tall it is all part of is all part of make him a whole and but every time but i you know i love him so much i have really he has his supportive my my play writing a he's done dig readings from me of all sorts of stuff over the years than and he came to see my onewoman show chicks seniors he came to see me do the benny carter show i mean he you know these are things he doesn't have to do he does them because it's uh you know we let each other they're in in it's such a i don't think he realizes how important it is to me to creatively to feel his support but but the point is that i even disappointed ever let him down there you know he clinched whatever his ex picked out was chila's me i don't think he realizes almazy killed may autism i wanted him to just be happy i mean it was all a suburb and in fact we did a dedication at the end of the film to him in which you know the tally seal whether it's the right place to put it or not you know his that's what it is will it comes from the heart just as it was apparent in the congress should we shared with them that how much this man means choose so yeah good i'm glad i do know a couple of people who know personally a married couple she knows and better than in her spouse does she said the.
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"And crowdsourcing well i mean again i think i was lucky because you know if you have talent like ad and people and you have i have acquired that you know i've been the director cofounder with rosemary butler in the national inquire and we get his that have rocked the mic itv as a singer he knows i did the benny carter as which came here to talk yeah yes i'm i'm a i've had another career at the singer as well as the television writer and they are songwriter composed yeah yeah and i am wears on north allan lamb thank you that this fake carter's steiner that was at length year it was you know relates is an amazing kind of circumstance to find yourself able to reach out to all the people because the choir i you know i i every december we go to hospitals and homes and and you develop very close relationships with a lot of people that that you love i love you he just when you do something good for others together and he it's a kind of a really special bond and so people stepped up for me it was really meaning if i may tell you that the genesis of how these do the the original genesis city the actual the side goat i went to vicky i know who thicky abelson she has a m a was women who writes chisholm thing terrific woman and it turns out that they wanted to invited to speak at their lunch and they have a women who right luncheon and i of course have known him for many years who worked on i worked on thunder alley with him many years ago i as i had worked with gene sparred on designing women's on women so on on you know they said can you ask ads and we'd like to perform.
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"Annika at seven forty three i'm speaking with dan horn assistant dean of the school business if providence college and remake dan of well i mean some shopping malls or turning into ghost towns it seems that guy in cities taking a unique approach they're going to build a row of restaurants i guess to try to attract more shoppers that seems like an intra intriguing concept anyways well the the idea of creating an iranian something that is harder to do online so i think they have picked great approach picketing getting people increased who put traffic just to give them something to do above and beyond what the green in off her and her you prime from retailers who have done very very well even during uh andre increase in online retailing places like rei um patagonia where people can go in and have any experience you know i expert now there there's a value added to veer lee kuan yin door uh and guard pretty come pick get people there you know crew restaurant if it's hard to get a good restaurant meal online mmhmm and so um and even though you can you can get a meal mills online so this freshening or you know tweaking of of retail we can expect to continue our absolutely in an fortunately you know for those in warning were gonna be more there uh play through quite benny carter and up like apec and built server dorado point radlies in cal doors how and kobelke point of direction pearl time rhode islander but that's about big fan of i happen to live near where elm actually used every out up the help all right dan it's been great talking with you i really appreciate any trends ahead we should look out for is particularly as we're heading toward the christmas season um you know a a again there uh a real trendier uh what people are gonna do to what are retailers gonna do to build it pipeline and lure uh younger consumers away from the green bears but it is a government homo here of missing out now keep people really uh in cave in their green and and you know there are binge watching tv and retailers are gonna have to could develop waved picket people uh variance in the retail environment whether that through demonstrate are giveaway.
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"Clearly treating the game he could now you have to pass tax reform act why all you have to raise the debt ceiling and you de democrats in the senate to raise the debt ceiling you're going couldn't democrat canal to raise the debt ceiling and their pyo of demand are growing tenneco it makes things a little bit more complicated but now the challenges the republicans have to figure that out by the way larry just one key point benny carter in half the bush tax cut in two thousand three and the stock market cobac because now going to be about who get those tacked up and sixweek later they figured that way around it docked went up thirty percent more scituate going to do it again and again and again see charlie i look i may be wrong i mean when lineup but just saying what my point of view as trump lit a fire under everybody he accelerated the process the deal's not a perfect you like at an air handy he he sent a message to the republicans get your butts moving i think that's very important uh he's gonna get some kudo points on his approval ratings for regional across the aisle i don't think that games gunnell last by the way but he's gonna get a couple of points on that but most of all you know charlie gasperi ah you say i you may dan clifton could sit down and write a very prominent tax cut scoring it properly big cuts and corp i mean i think two don't underestimate trump and mnuchin keep talking about fifteen sankorp tax rate in fact steve mnuchin i don't want to give away stuff but mr now the cabinet steve said to me one point look donald trump me you are the only people who wanna go for fifteen idle well i think there's more than that and you know you never never never should negotiate with yourself and there's a lot of economic analysis there's a lot of scorecard on us if they can't do it in three months charlie their pathetic that's my what what what what what what would make sure we understand who they are and who in the process he where congress you have.