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"billie holiday" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
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"billie holiday" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hi it's jamie recurrently gearing up for season three of encyclopedias manteca. In the meantime we're mixing things up bringing back some of our favorite episodes in many week. Longish themes our current theme is storytellers. Stay tuned for a brand new season coming in september thanks for listening this episode of encyclopaedia will manica is brought to you by keira. If you've been listening you've heard all about my care of journey started by me taking care of online quiz to figure out what vitamins and supplements are right for me. And i've now been using all the care of products i received for about a month. I have to say. I highly recommend doing this for yourself. I've never been very good about taking my vitamins regularly. But because care of come in these nice packets. I find it really easy to take them every day and i really am feeling great. Care of products are formulated with good for you clean. Ingredients that are backed by science. They're super transparent about the research and sourcing behind every product which is important to me. I wanna know what. I'm putting in my body. Check it out for yourself. Go to take care of dot com and use the code encyclopedia for fifty. Percents off your. I care of order. That's take care of dot com and use the code encyclopedia for fifty percents off. Five zero percents off your order before we start today's episode. I wanna let you know that it contains mentions of sexual assault. Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia. Were manica today. We're talking about one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started using her biological father's last name in nineteen. Thirty three ellinora. Now billy made her first recordings with benny goodman a band leader known as the king of swing two years later she recorded again. This time with members of count basie jazz. Orchestra me me. These records launched billy's career nicknamed lady day. She quickly became one of the most recognizable jazz singers of the era. And it wasn't just her voice which floated and swooped and made every performance. He'll completely of that moment. It was billy's performance style with her signature. White gardenias framing her face which rendered even the simplest lyrics profound in nineteen thirty nine. Billy began performing strange fruit. An anti lynching ballad became an enduring protest song despite her label's insistence that she not record it. Trees man strange rule blood on the lee and but it also placed billy on the radar of the federal bureau of narcotics which was determined to find the link between the jazz scene and drug use in nineteen forty seven at the height of her career. Billy was arrested for drug possession. She later wrote. It was the united states of america versus billie holiday. And that's just the way it felt. Billy pleaded guilty and spent nearly a year at alderson federal prison camp in west virginia. Though she was released early for good behavior phillies conviction had cost her her new york. City cabaret card. Still it didn't deter her fan base just ten days after her release. Billy stepped on stage to a sold out carnegie musical performance. Show me standing with the rest of her career. Billy was unable to performance venues that sold alcohol. She performed instead at concert halls on broadway on television and toward across europe. She kept her according to but her drug and alcohol abuse continued. She was arrested again for drug possession in nineteen forty nine by the early nineteen fifties. Her voice had started to fray in nineteen fifty-six. Billy released an autobiography and an accompanying record. Both titled lady sings the blues sings. She's got a. She's so sad soon after she performed two sold out concerts at carnegie hall one of which was recorded and released as an album in nineteen. Sixty one gilbert millstein. A new york times writer wrote the liner notes. You waiter said if the concert i was very much moved in the darkness my face burned and my eyes. I recall only one thing. I smiled in the summer of nineteen. Fifty-nine billy was admitted to metropolitan hospital in new york. Where she was diagnosed with both liver and heart disease billie holiday died in nineteen fifty-nine from cirrhosis at just forty four years old days before her room had been rated and she'd been arrested again for heroin possession. Police handcuffed her to her bed. Despite her brief career. Billy remains one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. In singing the truth.
The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday
"About one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started
"billie holiday" Discussed on KTOK
"What? Why? Billie Holiday? I think it's really holidays. She's just very godmother, kind of each character for her and she featured in the film and she's It's like it's kind of a hopeful. Um Loving presence. I think, Billy probably. You know, this is a woman who Made something beautiful out of tragedy she had Such a difficult life. And suffered a lot of tragic incidences and was able to still pour it out of her and give us Something really remarkable and beautiful. And so I think that she was probably a natural choice for my husband. I think it was an instinctive Um All like I have her and and to me in terms of making sense of it. I think it probably came from that. Someone who took something all this tragedy and made something beautiful. Don't know if you know the answer to this question. I was watching the trailer, and there seems to be a Billie Holiday song in the soundtrack of that trailer. Is that Billie Holiday or is that a sound alike? It's really holiday. Wow. Okay, I gotta go Look that up because I didn't. I did not know that song. I'm a Billie Holiday fan, and they did not know that song. It's I think for the trip in the movie, there's Billie Holiday's in the movie, so I'm sure that's the one. It's, uh, you know, he did. He got some remarkable music. I mean, and and things that are so impossible to get, But that's Kind of how my husband is. He's like really insisted. It really pushes and and knocked down, you know, beats down doors until he gets people and really, and it's the beauty is that the artist? And companies. All the films and approved the songs because they really they thought it served it well, and they believed in it. And so it's a testament to the film itself, and they they trusted what he was going to do with it. A lot of it is shot in black and white, which for me is remarkable. I love a well lit black and white production. Uh, didn't as an actress, do you do anything different when you know it's going to be black and white? I don't want to do that. I don't want to be. I mean, and I You know, uh, people probably do. Um, but I'm I'm going off. I'm trusting him for how he wants it presented. In all of it. Everything, and if it's you know, if it's ugly, it's ugly. If it's you know if it's glamour, if glamorous is, however, he wants it to be. I want to be true to what the pieces and not get in the way of that because of my own. Um I don't know Al vanity or my own, um, concerns. I wouldn't discuss it with him and I do. I talked to him about it and trust that he's getting what he needs. Or what he's trying to convey. And and let it go. I mean, you know, different if you're working with somebody who you feel differently about, I'm sure but, um, yeah, that was the situation here. Sweet thing. It is available in virtual theaters. Now it stars Karyn Parsons and members of her family remarkable picture that I think you could. You should curl up with this weekend. And I thank you for joining us, Karen and I look forward to the next project you and your husband do together. Thank you so much. This.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Singer and golden globe winner and re day. I'm alec baldwin. And this is. Here's the thing from iheart radio.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"And her sense of herself as an activist saying rise up which is a song i wrote two years ago and it was adopted by the black lives matter movement which was probably my greatest honor with song. The obamas have become singing at the white house. I've had people literally looking in the face inside. I was gonna kill myself until i listened to rise up like stuff like that makes you go like whoa i. Love are speaking to somebody the other day that said they were doing this thing where they asking a question instead of what's wrong with you. The question is what happened to you at. what's go. what are you going through so we did this song. For the inauguration it was just amazing to the young figure skater caitlin saunders. Just i don't even know she realizes how impactful her just being a young black girl and being free and loving figure skating in around that we're not always represented in how much that just makes me go like. This is why we do what we do you know. And to see kamala harris elected to to hear about joe biden talk about supporting people who didn't support him. I just feel like regardless of how people feel those are the conversations. We need to be having right now. You know like it sounds so simple. But i was like taking my cousin shopping the other day and i bought all of the students. Sweaters sewage just moved from jersey him and his brother. I think in were trying to get their business off the ground but the message was so simple it said god bless anybody who's ever hated on me and i was like i love that like to me. I think we need more of those conversations of lot letting offense necessarily rule our world but actually being constructive and intentional about kindness. And and i think that's what we're hopefully beginning to see. And that's why. I think that dog was really impacted me like that because it just felt like we could finally breathe and it was i will mention unmentionable but it just felt like it just felt like finally after four years of just like pain. Yeah no one felt. Pain is richly as i did. Trust me. thank you for saturday night. I went down and came back again. Also can i just thank you on behalf of everybody for biting the bullet for us in doing that for us because it was actually magical so thank you for that sacrifice. I also like to be clear about this sort of misconception. One of the things that people would say to me in its naively so it's so crazy with trump in office. I mean america literally has an openly race president. And i'm like well. America's had mostly just openly racist president. So it's i think this just brought it into the awareness of other people who had affect about it than yeah also. It just made people who hadn't had to pay attention before maybe didn't care really had to pay attention. Tell me quickly stevie wonder's ex white at a role in your career. How did that. Yeah yeah her. And stephen miller morris is her name. I love her so much. She was like my godmother in the business but there was somebody. I was working with years ago. News like this producer manager. And i won't like talking negatively about people some say blessing but but the one good thing they came out of that situation was i was just singing in a strip mall in malibu just right right where where are you singing. Look in the parking lot where yeah. It was just like this little common area where you just sit in there some chairs and stuff it like just this little strip mall in a shoe store so i was sticking and and so i guess he filmed it and then he found himself. I don't know maybe a week. A couple of weeks later in a pastry shop. This woman camera morris and he played for her and she was like allow. I really like our voice. That's when she revealed that she was steve. He's wife at the time and so she played it for stevie who liked the way saudi and so they orchestrated a call in. I would say like it was honestly i. That's what it felt like. It felt like the weirdest because i was like ding is so crazy. I wonder where steve is talking to me from because he has no idea that i'm in a tiny studio apartment behind a seven eleven next to a dumpster could shoe store anymore now. I wanted to say this. I know people don't really in their careers. We go day by day and then all of a sudden this miracle happens. Where your talent intersects with an opportunity and you've got so many opportunities ahead of you workwise to to have this. Be your first film. That's really really really rare to end the ball out of the park like that. I mean do you feel excited about the future. I'll absolutely yeah. I believe so scared. I mean okay listen okay. I'm excited about the future. But god yes you know. It's so funny. I d like a roundtable with all these just amazing actresses that. I'm like whoa. I grew up watching them so crazy. You know and so. I was just wondering about like when that kind of fear goes away and michelle pfeiffer was never i was like oh damn okay. It's like the whole time. You just feel that way. Yeah i was like ok does feel you. I was saying okay. Maybe i don't want it to like i'm excited about the future and i think it's a blessing. That's my my spiritual compare life. Just how god has expanded the platform with billie holiday. This new family. I have in lee in in my cast like. I talked to these people every day. We are family and we're going to stay that way. And then i'm happy for the extended family in your community that has embraced me in such a way so it makes me excited because i have really a really specific desire to tell black stories. That haven't been told before stories of black celebrations in stories of black struggling trump. The ones though that have been intentionally hidden. Like fred hampton assad material out there. Yeah there's so much. And this idea that i hear that while there's not really meteorologists for black people especially black women. I go will then. We just haven't tapped it correctly because the stories are there. What united means sarah baartman. You know course read. Oh tabango right you know. I keep hearing now about a lot of people. I don't wanna hear about black pain. I don't wanna hear about. And i totally understand and i think we need that world but i think we need both because if there was such a concerted effort to keep these stories from coming to the surface than we absolutely. I think need to make more of an effort to make sure that these stories are actually told you know so that we can actually get a full picture so i'm excited that the platforms have opened up in a way that will hopefully allow me to dive in and start to tell more of these stories. I must say in all honesty. I've rarely been as excited to see what someone does next as to see what you do next. Well i know a lot of people feel that way. This has been a great year. Stay safe stay scared standup place. I'm trapped in fear. Thank you for doing this. Thank god bless you for all this work doing all how thoughtful you've been about all of us. Your instincts got you where you are now. Don't betray those instincts unquote cool. Then we're going to work together to be one day leaving. I'll be my best to you my love to you. I don't see you plan angela. davis. I'm calling the hollywood police. Thank you as a blessing talk.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"And who. We're buddies now. But i was like it was i gotta make the most of this and i fucking murder like i. I mean for what. They're what i fucking went to work and in and then no call for. The finals. couldn't believe it. I was like what did i do. What did i do. So i started looking at know pass winners and stuff and just who made it to the finals and sorta kinda like breaking down there said so what did they have in so a formulated. Like my thing that next year. Twenty eleven but going into that twenty ten is like that fall is is when i was like okay When i get the opportunity. I'm going and i've been trying to get laid off from it as bush for a people getting laid off and moved apartments and stuff like that and i just could not get laid off like the company was being acquired. And i'm like. I should be luma job so it was like. They couldn't get rid of a black going into the only black people in my region in my department and i was like jesus christ is the first time affirmative action worked against. I want to get. I stopped working to stop turning reports. I was just having fun in an august. April eleven and i finally laid me off and then i'll be back on monday. I will give you all your shit. I cannot wait to give you this chip beck key fob in the in the laptop and the company card a credit card all kinds of other. I cannot wait to handle this stuff in the right after hung up accepting the resignation or you know the severance offer. I got a call on my company phone Offer me a promotion and it was it was. I mean i was gonna have like a forty forty five. Am pay raise. And so i've have been making six figures at twenty eight in. I was like i think i'm gonna i'm gonna i'm gonna just before i turned thirty. I think i'm gonna go to la and And then i got to buy that august me into the comedian moved out here Got a got a shitty apartment and then was later booked a couple of things with no manager. no one the nbc Divert you senator diversity. That year honestly did not want to win. I was like. I just need to come in second or make it to the show and i ended the i was like fuck..
"billie holiday" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Being this guy like i need to go grab a glass of wine after this and just you know it feels weird to to have to you know. Yeah it was it was it was challenging but But a good you know nobody can handle the even the cast was. Was you know everybody had some parts. You know in in in We after you know what we cover tonight. It was like cool. All right i got. I got about eight hours for have to think about being this guy again. You know i mean and so you kind of pause at intention in come back to it so yeah very different there. Dang i just what you were saying to of like. You got the call on friday. You were in montreal on. Sunday hopefully didn't pass by the other guy that got rejected in the airport and he no. He loves like the day before. Okay good good. But no i mean just getting into the quickly and then exactly like you said doing things that i mean. I know that you were great on disjointed whitney these lighter type pieces amongst many others like going into this role. That's not only serious but it's just doing things that you wouldn't do as a person. I hope But you know and seeing it even seeing the things not not just your actions. But like the i forgot her name but like billie holiday andrea. Yeah yeah and just hitting the heroin and it was like you don't see that every day and even movies it's rare depending on what your genres of preference but it's it's just heavy stuff and to be able to pull it off in a way that still gripping and and it just keeps you. Watching is is really cool. So i thought they did a great job of of The visualization and then not sticking with just the glamour that we know and i mean. I think everybody's her strange fruit at least once in a lifetime. Especially if you're this age but knowing what is attached to in the in in seeing it in this in this visualization just different. You know what i mean. It's it's it means more now you know so. It's it's a young man. I think everybody did.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"So if if if you don't give to them then they're like a Does he have a face under the be. Jesus jesus christ we do realize eddie murphy plays six care a movie right. It's it's there's no imagination and so they don't see sometimes they don't. I don't know if he can pull that up like oh he does have a chain and so it was like somebody. Just give them so. Yeah i'm in the midst of a grow back right now. Nice and you know with the mustache. You look great. I was going to say and it is interesting that you mentioned about the chin because i was looking on social media and there was a guy where they were saying that that beards are like makeup for men and this guy he had long hair is beautiful beard just looked like a rugged mountain man shaved the beard. No chanony was tucked. Unlike like this. It's it's gross. They can be so gross. Because i'm assuming before before shaved for I guess so really love and you as holiday. Europe late richard. Briers like i had never shaven in hollywood before that. So i mean i did about eight years of us lead a variation of having facial hair and then that one year i was basically shaved all year and it was like forget. Haven't see my face but hopefully hopefully it's still tax you know in but yeah I don't mind. I don't mind but but i do realizing face gets way cold. I always outdoor shows. I'm like i'm i'm so used to grabbing their touching her brushing two helmeted in them for months. I've just been like damn this gone. Oh man i you know what i live in phoenix so i don't notice it that much but when i was in new york i remember that when i would walk out in the cold after shaving my beard because i went full hipster. They're worn hair. The beard homebrew in kabukicho. And then i shaved it and then it was. It was freezing. So i had yet lift up my scarf to new. I i love. I've got a couple like fleece-lined mask. And i'm my mask on their faces. Phases to co ferrall issue. I'm like i love my mazza. That is incredible. And i wanted to ask because that was one of the changes that you made and and you did an incredible job on the united states versus billie holiday. My wife and i we ended up watching it last week and it was very powerful grip and you did a great job at being someone that i felt was.
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'
"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You
"billie holiday" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Myself. That crazy guys is that crazy. I i'm moved by this to be honest with you. It's it's incredible because this is like an age old thing with creativity of artists using substances to tap into something and a lot of artists. Don't believe that they can tap in without substances. And i think it's really inspiring you in all directions to hear how someone accesses creativity and that creativity isn't limited to one action or one pinpoint like it's still always going to be there because that's part of who you are it takes bravery and we don't think is good. I mean i think anybody that i respect. You'd never it's never good enough. I mean i. I know that it's never. You always questioned whether or not the gig is up after this lynn. Whether you globe. I mean you know now. I always wanted smells john. The me to hear people say that you know you're not alone digging you. Yes absolutely we had mark bombeck actually on the show last year. Dana and i got to interview mark. Who is an executive producer on united states versus billie holiday. He talked about how the moment that stands out to him. In the process of making the film was a deep winter. Night hanging out in your apartment with you and susan lori parks going over the screen writing process and it was an honor for him to be there and i thought it was just such a beautiful story. Love to hear if anything stands out to you in like what the development processes like. This was an interesting one because you know. Mark knew instinctively as a white man that he couldn't write the script. I think the producers at i don't get me this could not be tracked but i think that they offered it to him but the producers kirsch joe roff offered him the job to right and then he knew that he couldn't and so he operated to p and yeah and that and then so Sap really comes from theater so she really needed to structure of him so they were. They were a great duo together and then i come in and just like should've gun through all of their process. Just like okay. I know this land scree also fit figure it out and they and he never seen that kind of process before yale and but he was fantastic. He's so smart that he's a smart man very smart. He's he's he's finished if you look back at the process of this. Do you have a favorite moment. Can i tell you. I love every moment in the movie i swear to god i i really i i love. I am so proud of every moment. Moving because i think that everyone understood each moment which was to honor billie holiday. Every actor knew that we were service to we were. We were honoring the civil rights leader. Who didn't know that she was a civil like we had a job to do. And i think that all were out of the way. I mean really. All eagles are away. When i'm working with actors there's no room for any egos at all. We service we service the script but this one it was something else i could feel the. Would you feel dana even in just the hair makeup trailer. Because i you know. I i didn't get to work with the entire cast but being with them even like for example walking and brushing shoulders which provides a Back at base camp the groundedness that i just felt from him Being in the trailer with andhra like her focus she never felt really out of character me and her but her kindness also shine through like i feel like everybody was extremely grateful to be doing what they were doing in where they were like we were in. Montreal is beautiful. It was like an experience. You know what i mean and then on top of that we get to like you said sir provide a service for the script and this woman's legacy from what i experienced in the energies. I felt there wasn't any ego or anyone who was not who is taking for granted what we were doing. You know i mean. I was just was super grateful to be there and i think everybody else was to liamine. You call us. We're coming and is like we know it's going to be extraordinary. You know the experience the story the thank you the community etc. you know. That's what i experienced my little day. Who you know but my day counted. It did because the is s. Thank you thank you. I appreciate you. I'm curious because you mentioned how looking racism in the eye and all of that wasn't it's such a major element of this film. When did that hit you. I have blinders on. I was in denial about it. And i think the net man died in the street. That man died mystery. And it just took me back to that beating. Rodney king He got away with it. It's all of the Floods open. And i got the myself. Wait minute this movie is bigger than than me is this woman is this whole a noose at the capitol you can. We didn't. When i was doing the movie i didn't. We didn't do it intentionally. To know about the drama that was going on in the country it was something that was in my spirit in my spirit when i did the butler. It was about a hope seaso's last moment when he's walking down the thing to see visible president. That was never there wasn't gonna on but you know it was in the air that was hoping there was a happiness and it wasn't that way when we were writing prepping in the middle of it also. I think that for me. It was an awakening in the room. When i saw that man die in front of us and and and then the news the news been news at the capitol is really just took it to another level of this is real. America is is in a very dark place and is a lot of work to do. And i don't know that it's going to be honest. I happened in our generation. I don't think it's going to happen in our generation. you know. i think it'd be do the work. And that is doing films like billie holiday. Really letting people see the importance of leaders like her and which she stood for. That is the work for america to see that kind of those leaders. 'cause she could do it as a queer black woman in the fifties come on what come on. It's two thousand and twenty one. we have. we have a lot of. We have a lot of work to do so at our grandkids will Will not have this ugly shit.
Best Moments of the Golden Globes 2021
"Think of the globes as an entertainment event that are really big. Audience still watches in part because a lot of people see it as the kickoff for oscar season. Let me just say if you're queasy about these awards being granted any weight at all you will get. I think no argument from us. That is certainly not our position so to the degree that they mean much. There certainly were some good property. Some good movies and television that were honored Start with nomad land. Which one sort of the top top movie prize. Best motion picture drama and also best director for chloe jau. We just covered this Recently on pop culture happy hour so we don't necessarily need to rehash that whole thing but we were big fans. I loved seeing khloe jowl win. Yeah yeah The top prize for a motion picture. Musical or comedy went to borat subsequent film a movie that i like to say not for linda's but i know people who who love it really love it also winning for that was sasha baron cohen who won best actor for a musical or comedy. The best actor in a drama this one delivered one of the best moments of the night for sure that award went to chadwick boseman for my rainey's black bottom boy that was that was quite a moment accepting the award on his behalf was his wife. Taylor simone lead word and look the globes are trashy and meaningless and then something real happens out of nowhere and that was a really effective speech and a really effective moment in an evening. That felt shambolic in chaotic. Otherwise something beautiful something inspiring something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you can tell you to keep going calls you back to what you were meant to be doing. At this moment in history he would think it kind of felt similar to the moment of that whole series of heath. Ledger getting his posthumous awards for his role in dark knight and it felt really earned and it didn't phillips just because he had passed away like this was the role of a lifetime for him and i'm really glad to see him being honored in that way. Yeah it was a very very moving speech. If you didn't see it. I encourage you to seek it out. It's all over the place that award. I think was wonderful to see not too surprising. One that i think was surprising was Andrew day for the united states versus billie holiday aisha. You saw this to the surprising not too much. I think that there was a lot of buzz for her. And i think that it was more likely she was going to win award for this. Then she might be to win for an oscar if she were to get an oscar nomination but she does a really great job of sounding like billie holiday without sounding too much like her like. It's feeling like mimicry. And she is by far the best thing about the movie and we'll actually be covering it in our tomorrow so everyone can check it out fantastic. I'm extremely excited. I haven't seen it yet. In addition to that the first award of the night actually in of of presentation was daniel. Columbia for judas. The black messiah. They had a little glitch with his audio. You know they were figuring it out. We've all had that glenn said the motto of the pandemic was going to remind your muted. It was a little bit of a mom. You're muted kinda moment. But i was not surprised that he that he won that he's wonderful in that movie. I think you didn't pay on. Is this on. Is this on a cool cool. He really is. And it's a solid win. I mean like he started speaking and you heard millions of voices crying out. You're on mute. Dan mute and i think that moment should make the montage in years to come if there is still a golden globe sincere to come because who knows but like that will be the most emblematic acceptance speech of two thousand twenty one easily that will crystallize this moment in time.
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
New Superman Movie Reboot Coming From JJ Abrams
"News darker is celebrated author. Journalists to turn coats has been hired to pen a reboot of the superman franchise for warner brothers. Pictures and films. In addition j.j. abrams producing the project under his bad robot. Label abrahams previously penned. An aborted superman film script. Twenty years ago called superman fly by hannam and gallo will also serve as producer on this new incarnation. There are no story or cast attachments. As yet
‘Terminator’ Anime Series Ordered at Netflix
"News from dark. Dark horizons here. Batman scribe set for terminator anime netflix. Sky dance and japan's production. I g are all teaming up to produce an anime series based on james cameron's the terminator sifi franchise and tomlin co matter. Who co wrote matt reads upcoming. the batman. film will act as showrunner and executive producer on the project. Details of the new take have not been revealed. so yeah or matt tomlin says matson. Tomlin's does anyone who knows my writing. I believe in taking big swings going for the heart. I'm honored that netflixing sky dance have given me the opportunity to approach terminator in a way that breaks conventions subverts expectations and has real guts. So yeah we're getting a terminator anime series coming to net flix.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Whitaker movie. i love. I love the butler. You have you guys ever seen the butler. Oh absolutely yes this is. This is what i do want. Celebrities speak up when it comes to shit like this. This is when i do want them. There's there's times where. I just wanted to shut the fuck up though. I'll be honest with you. It's not every case. I know when i said it earlier. It said like. I just want every celebrity to shut the fuck up about everything political and everything that deals with that. It's not it's not always the case in this case. I definitely muhammad ali. I want him to speak up. There's there's a lot of people that i do want to speak up. There's some people they just need to shut the fuck up. I'm lacking david for are certain people that i think the did should keep it about shut when it comes to certain they they get into trouble. This is not one of them. Billie holiday is not one of them. This film stars andrea day in the title role of billie holiday along with travolta roads from moonlight and he was also in predator. The predator was that. What was the newest one. That came out the predator. The predator was. I think it was the natasha leone and garrett hedlund garrett hedlund from tron legacy and this is a this wow or how this was a power this is a powerful movie and this is this. Is someone that. I did not know anything about going in to this film. I am shamed but i did not know anything about billie holiday. And this is a big big eye opener for me as far as like this person And had someone here who was remember the doors movie. Yes you remember this member. When val kilmer played jimmy morrison and he was singing that song stage girl. We couldn't get much higher and they were like you can't sing that on tv and shit and it's like he's talking about drugs and all this stuff this is. This is someone else that was targeted. But like you thought it was bad for jimmy morrison. It was ten times worse for billie holiday. Who would sing a song..
WandaVision: Scarlet Witch's Magic Breaks the MCU's Rules
"Week i talked about the nexus nexus being and how wanda is going to be the next this being the next is being being the one that can control the their the prime in in the universe but they control like the multi-diverse and i don't know about that now i i really don't know if that's if wanda is the next us being because they introduced in this episode. They said that. Wanda is basically the kind of like the conductor of chaos magic and we'll we'll jump into chaos magic here in a little bit. But what were you saying. Steven i was gonna say. I took the confirmation that that they are heading there without officially giving her the label of the next being like giving their own cute different name. Which is the chaos which or whatever it was using chaos magic but chaos. Magic is something completely different than the next being chaos magic but it's basically chaos. Magic is basically create a had it written down what agatha said She says to the this. Chaos magic wanda that makes you the scarlet witch And then it says. I don't know it's from somewhere else. But is chaos. Magic is the name of magic so powerful that it was thought to be nonexistent. Even by the source where supreme this magic can be manipulated warp and reconstruct the very fabric of existence and reality for the user and it brings total destruction to the cosmos. Yeah rebecca slow. Isn't that i think that's the thing that's not from this episode though that is from like you know like marvel wicky fandom which i mean trip definitely could be something that she's able to do but in this episode the way that agatha described it was basically you can with your yet. She's capable of creating spontaneous creation. She says you have no idea how dangerous you are. You're supposed to be a myth. A being capable of spontaneous creation. Here you are using it to make breakfast for dinner. This chaos magic wanda
Lee Daniels and Andra Day on the hidden activist life of Billie Holiday
"Good afternoon. I'm jonathan kaye. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post. Live the united states versus. Billie holiday is the incredible story of the fbi's effort efforts to keep jazz great billie holiday from singing strange fruit. Her signature song about lynching director lee daniels presents a gripping drama that shows holiday in all her glory and tragedy. Andrew o.'day gives a stellar performance. So convincing you'd think you were watching lady day herself. That's why i am thrilled and honored to welcome lee daniels and andhra dade to washington post. Live thank you both very much for being here to see you again. I know it's been a very long time. Greats isn't a you again both of you. Congratulations on this film. The moment i saw it. I immediately sent a letter to y'all saying okay here. All your options. I need to talk to you about this film. Le- let me start. Start with you. Thanks so as we saw in the in the opening clip. The film tackles pretty much everything. Racism sexism addiction art abuse. And i'm wondering. How did you come to this project. And what influenced your approach to billie. Holiday's life susan lori parks the pulitzer winning a prize winning playwright Sent me this beautiful script that really depicts the government breaking her down coming for her coming for billie holiday and and really trying to cripple her. As an artist or singing strange fruit which was about lynching black people and that wasn't the understanding of billie holiday that i had. I thought that she was a troubled jazz singer. Got in trouble with the law. And you know the drugs and was fashionable. I did know that she was a political activist. And so and i you know i pride myself in being smart about our history and i thought to myself that i i don't do this. I don't know i had. I had to do it. And i thought also like how many other stories about our people have have. They have been hidden so yeah that was more threes in selena. And so right and i am going to latch onto what you just said before. Which was you thought of billie holiday as a jazz singer But you didn't really know that she was an activist. What what more did she do. Other than being defiant about trying to seeing strange fruit despite government opposition and government targeting. What other things that she do that made you realize that she's she's more than just lady day. What other than she did. Besides stand up to the government. I guess a lot to say i couldn't. I don't know that i could today. I don't think that i could. They told me lead. You can never make a movie again or coming for your mother. I'm going to come for your kids and you will. I'm like take it. But the thing about her strength and her being born in the into the world that she was being born in tipton board she didn't she didn't get to fly in you know what because she. She had nothing to lose by living in her constantly. And let me bring you in here. I saw your interview go ahead. Go ahead now. I just wanted to back off that too. I mean. I think what shows so brilliantly in the movies that apart what she did in standing up to the government was being human. She's black queer woman in the nineteen thirties. Forties and fifties and that living in an owning their in itself is is is defiance than accident that she's integrating audiences music one of the first artists a black woman to integrate carnegie hall. She wasn't the first but she is one of the first shoes audiences in athlete. People understand. This is sort of pre. They're real reinvigorated civil rights mellon so we wouldn't have our heroes would not have been as bold in as they were no thurgood. Marshall end the light on downs. You know rosa parks on down if it were not for her singing. Strange fruit in defiance of the government for not for setting off this alarm in the nation. In letting people know that it's that this was a really really understand. How much for june that emboldened the civil rights news we know today you know as as arrested in the so and him showing her in all her. Human element is is access. Defiance all in itself nelson young. I'm proud from did work.
Lee Daniels and Andra Day take on Billie Holiday’s legacy
"Afternoon. I'm jonathan kaye. Part opinion writer for the washington post. Welcome to washington post. Live the united states versus. Billie holiday is the incredible story of the fbi's effort efforts to keep jazz great billie holiday from singing strange fruit. Her signature song about lynching director lee daniels presents a gripping drama that shows holiday in all her glory and tragedy. Andrew o.'day gives a stellar performance. So convincing you'd think you were watching lady day herself. That's why i am thrilled and honored to welcome lee daniels and andhra dade to washington post. Live thank you both very much for being here to see you again. I know it's been a very long time. Greats isn't a you again both of you. Congratulations on this film. The moment i saw it. I immediately sent a letter to y'all saying okay here. All your options. I need to talk to you about this film. Le- let me start. Start with you. Thanks so as we saw in the in the opening clip. The film tackles pretty much everything. Racism sexism addiction art abuse. And i'm wondering. How did you come to this project. And what influenced your approach to billie. Holiday's life susan lori parks the pulitzer winning a prize winning playwright Sent me this beautiful script that really depicts the government breaking her down coming for her coming for billie holiday and and really trying to cripple her. As an artist or singing strange fruit which was about lynching black people and that wasn't the understanding of billie holiday that i had. I thought that she was a troubled jazz singer. Got in trouble with the law. And you know the drugs and was fashionable. I did know that she was a political activist. And so and i you know i pride myself in being smart about our history and i thought to myself that i i don't do this. I don't know i had. I had to do it. And i thought also like how many other stories about our people have have. They have been hidden so yeah that was more threes in selena. And so right and i am going to latch onto what you just said before. Which was you thought of billie holiday as a jazz singer But you didn't really know that she was an activist. What what more did she do. Other than being defiant about trying to seeing strange fruit despite government opposition and government targeting. What other things that she do that made you realize that she's she's more than just lady day. What other than she did. Besides stand up to the government. I guess a lot to say i couldn't. I don't know that i could today. I don't think that i could. They told me lead. You can never make a movie again or coming for your mother. I'm going to come for your kids and you will. I'm like take it. But the thing about her strength and her being born in the into the world that she was being born in tipton board she didn't she didn't get to fly in you know what because she. She had nothing to lose by living in her constantly. And let me bring you in here. I saw your interview go ahead. Go ahead now. I just wanted to back off that too. I mean. I think what shows so brilliantly in the movies that apart what she did in standing up to the government was being human. She's black queer woman in the nineteen thirties. Forties and fifties and that living in an owning their in itself is is is defiance than accident that she's integrating audiences music one of the first artists a black woman to integrate carnegie hall. She wasn't the first but she is one of the first shoes audiences in athlete. People understand. This is sort of pre. They're real reinvigorated civil rights mellon so we wouldn't have our heroes would not have been as bold in as they were no thurgood. Marshall end the light on downs. You know rosa parks on down if it were not for her singing. Strange fruit in defiance of the government for not for setting off this alarm in the nation. In letting people know that it's that this was a really really understand. How much for june that emboldened the civil rights news we know today you know as as arrested in the so and him showing her in all her. Human element is is access. Defiance all in itself nelson young. I'm proud from did work.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Pantheon
"Of ellinora and the story of billie holiday okay this will be no. I like i like this part. I feel like this is the part where maybe you can hear me talking in the background. Because i was not in the band. I might have been concert very possible. It's a slow sorta sad song. 'cause i figure eleanor is kinda sad. It's sad unsold some level friday. Wow thanks man. Oh you mean the song and we're back food it is. It is december. We are in the northern hemisphere. Yes the earth so this was the winter. Yes where in this part of the world we get things like snow typically. There's no snow out there. New nice out there. It's pretty nice. I may go walleye fishing tomorrow. Oh there you go. Yeah that's like me. My way gone to the bay alka. Let's go yeah. It's december if you wanna check out some fishing go to youtube checkout one last cast dot. Org you can see some ice fishing. That ben and i have done or some river fishing if you're up in the flint area or appreciates an urban fishing urban fishing one last cast dot. Org die it's good a lot of editing fishing. Show man that's a that's a weekend and a half's worth of filming for seven minutes of video average intro wacho. So what do we got here. Where we're got billie holiday teed up. We are rebecca billie holiday. We're calling her eleanor. Because that's birth name so and she's now just starting to venture out on her own and get credit for it. That is correct. She's going through some of the south as a black female lead singer. And she's getting her bandleader artie. Shaw sticking up for march nineteen thirty. Eight shaw artie. Shaw and eleanor are broadcast on new. York city's powerful radio station w. abc the original w abc's now wcbs but Because of their success they were given extra time slot to broadcast back in april Which increases their exposure again. Now she's on the radio. The big huge radio flame throwing twelve hundred gigawatts out at one time. Fifty thousand vote. Ellinora is touring with count basie and already shashi. Scores a stringer radio and retail hits. With teddy wilson becomes an established artists in the record industry. Her song what a little moonlight can do. An easy. living are imitated by singers across america and are.
"billie holiday" Discussed on Pantheon
"We're not only gonna shut the jukebox off. We're kicking you out any. And it says by the manager's name and the aaron morris the owner says aaron will come out here during the box off and kick you and your party out. he ain't fucking around. that's awesome. Yeah i just had a realization as you told that story and i tried my hardest to pay attention but you think they're called nickelback because people were like i want my nickelback. This is not worth the money hundred percent. That's the reason now. Brian my brain. That is the reason. I love this reality that you live in. It's amazing yeah okay. We're coming out the jukebox trade right. So here's the first time they're allowed to do. I can't say the word improvisational. don't try. oh there is no okay iota. Here's a first for the times they were allowed to improvise. The material eleanor's improvisational use of melody. And how she made it fit. The emotion was a revolutionary. Back then okay. People were very rigid and strict. Like stick to the sheet music. You mean when they were outperforming outperforming. Correct okay well. I thought jazz was always improv. Apparently not maybe not when you're playing with the big band right okay. So the first collaboration included a song called what a little moonlight can do. And another one called miss brown to you miss brown to you. What a little moonlight can do has been deemed her claim to fame. So that's like one of a popular songs. I wanna listen to some music now. Because i know my dad has he. He really enjoyed that. Not a ton of that time music but her no. She's very popular with audio heads. Absolutely this guy brunswick didn't like the recording session because producers wanted ellinora to sound more like this lady miss cleo. You'll feel bad. Is that what you want to say. I was waiting fano. Miss cleopatra brown is her name. She was a contemporary singer at the time and peer to billie holiday. Miss cleo still alive probably have for you know you remember. Where do you think she's from jamaica on what you're making exit okay. It's you sounded like seventy show. I wasn't certain who went onto practicing completely american and that was a joke accent. Yes and then the other chick. One hundred percent completely rushing and had a perfect american accent. Meal kunas yeah. I think she's just american. She knew peak russian. Nope you would think she talk like moose and squirrel. Yes i apologize to the one russian listener we have but Leave speak by in squirrel all right. Well that's rocky and bowling reference. Because that was always know..
"billie holiday" Discussed on Pantheon
"So she's out of the who scowl as young teenager. Ellinora started singing in nightclubs in harlem. She took the professional pseudonym billie dove billie dove. That's well she. Got the billy from billie dove now. Billie dove is one of the more popular in the nineteen twenties. She appeared such silent films. As douglas fairbanks smash hit technicolor. The black pirate owes in technicolor asylum. Yup you remember that well whatever nine hundred twenty six. That's would. They added like tube. Tv's and stuff not too fancy flat screens on hit tv in nineteen twenty six. But i could be wrong. I'm not ida film class. I think the first older film is the great train robbery. And that's the one where people these are movies. Yeah okay never mind. you're right. I don't think they had tv until like the vines the eighties summer the eighty s. We're in the she combined Billy from this billie dove actress. The first name with her probable father last name clearance holidays last name. And that's how she got billie holiday. Okay now see the other parts. Weird is that she spilled her last name at the beginning hall h. a. l. l. holiday. And then that was your dad's actual last name clarence holiday. But then he changed it to holiday because as peppy and jazzy and so she's like holiday. I'm gonna change my holidays. She got billie holiday. All right there you go nine. Hundred twenty. nine to nineteen thirty-one she teams up with her neighbor. The guy plays tenor saxophone. Is name's kenneth harlan. They perform at clubs like the gray dawn pods and jerry's on one thirty three street gaming good ice cream pods and jerry's yep rocky raccoon road and things like that they also play at the brooks elks club. The elks club was around back then Yeah that's as say elks at the eagles next. W what do. I want to write a song. I'm gonna elk moose. I'm summit eagle food. There's no social club. I'm not try and that's a good song. Bryant that's my phone here there you. The king swing. Benny goodman american jazz. Bandleader and notice recalled hearing ellinora 1931. At this place called the bright spot as her reputation grew she played many clubs. Including the mexico's the alhambra bar and grill. I think there's a mexican joint in our town. That's i'll hambo while the humber a theater in harlem new york built in one thousand nine hundred five where she meets. Charlie lynton vocalist. No thank you talking. He's a he's mint she did there. He's vocalist worked with chick webb. He's an american jazz. Swing drummer and bandleader. These guys will come back around. It's also during this period that eleanor is connected with the father before he dies. He was playing and fletcher henderson's band. We talked about that. Not not a maybe not. Her real father ran out on them. Yeah a long time ago. Correct but probably your dad maybe anyway nine hundred thirty two seventeen year ellinora. Replace a singer. Monette moore at the co vans at the club on west one thirty second street..
"billie holiday" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On here. Do they play on her when she was accused? Of course, the men, folks He'll interviewed dozens of musicians, including Count Basie interviewed me about my band of Billie Holiday. So I can't write about Billie Holiday with your bed if I'm not gonna talk about your bag. Hey, there, baby. Make up your mind because I've been waiting such a long, long time. One of the most arresting moments in the documentary is kills interview with drummer Jo Jones, who got to know holiday when they toured together. Jones told Kill that as a white woman she couldn't begin to understand the racism they faced. You don't know what we was not into it. What were you going through? We was going to have It's very hard. They didn't have the privilege of using a toilet in a police station. You don't know anything about it because you never had the subject yourself to it. Never Basis. Charles Mingus Talk to Keel about Holidays activism This is fighting equality was one of the king. Oh, well, some tea chose the same as early as 1939 Billie Holiday sang strange fruit. Ah, haunting indictment of lynching to black and white audiences. Then she sees masks strange fruit. Billie Holiday's voice wrote. Linda Keel.
"billie holiday" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That's the CEO McLorin Salvant from her new album, for one To Love. It's a song she wrote called Look at me. So now that you're on stage and becoming famous within the jazz world, more people are looking at you. I mean, literally. Do you like being the focus of attention when you're on stage? It's it's Weird. I'll say in a way, I love it. I mean, I do love being on stage and I have always loved Playing a character and being watched doing that. I remember In school in elementary school. I used to recite poems, We'd have to recite poems and I would always just like, roll on the floor like, just make it such a huge, melodramatic portrayal of whatever it was, you know. But in another sense, I don't like being the focus of attention. It It makes me very uncomfortable. It's part of the reason I never look at videos of myself or very rarely listen to my music. ER are even read things that I might have said. It's just there's something repulsive about it to me. Maybe that's a strong word. That's a very strong word. Yeah, I don't know. I just don't like to be in my own. I'm already myself so I don't like to be in my own. Like, watch myself. Well, we need to talk about your incredible voice. When I listen to you, I hear Elements of Sarah Vaughan, Abbey Lincoln, Betty Carter, Billie Holiday When you started listening to those singers Did you when you were young? Try to copy them to really learn how they did what they did the way some writers copy paragraphs of favorite writers to better understand the structure and flow of the air of the words in their favorite writers sentences. I would say for certain singers I definitely went through. That definitely went through that with Sarah von as I think I started really falling in love with with her voice when I was about 14. My mother loves Sarah Vaughan, and she always played her music from as you know, as long as I can remember. But When I was about 14, I started really checking her out for myself by myself. I'm thinking, Gosh, that voice is incredible. I was I was really mostly interested in classical singing. But she had She had something in there that drew me in. She was An absolute virtuoso when she could have so many colors and textures with her voice. So it became when I don't want to move to France and started singing jazz and studying it really? She was She was maybe the first person that I would Copy, and it became less about sounding unique. I didn't even care about that. I just wanted to sound as much like her as I possibly could. So it's been a lot of time listening to her and seeing how I could make my voice sound like that. And then eventually it moved on to other singers. Billie Holiday was a big one where I would pay attention to the way she would pronounce words the way she even just her accent. All of that became really interesting to me and vibrato. And and all of that, and eventually, eh? The more I listened and became obsessed with singers. I feel like the more I realized that I had my own little thing that I could that I could do. And And so this is why I just became obsessed with looking for new singers, unknown singers, people that maybe have been for gotten And really checking them out and analyzing what they dio an obsessive listening. I think that's that's the core of my work on music has been Just listening to things listening to singers. So after listening so obsessively to so many singers, did you ever go through an identity crisis is a singer herself and wonder, But who am I? I can sound like these people. I love those people. But what is uniquely me? Oh, still today, every day it's it's a total identity crisis for me of like, is this even? Is there even a point in doing this? Is this even Relevant, You know, what am I doing? Who who do I sound like? I remember as a child. I still today Do not have my own handwriting. I just would copy everyone else's handwriting. And now I have sort of a version of my sister's handwriting. And I feel like sometimes I feel that way for my voice like sometimes I'm Doing a patchwork like a like a Like a bad quilt of all the people that I love, But then, But then I'll I'm very I doubt myself a lot and I'm very, very Just overly critical, so I know that it's probably not that Singers, the seal McLorin Salvant speaking with Terry Gross in 2015 more after a break, this is fresh air. This is fresh air. Let's get back to Terry's 2015 interview with singer Cecile McLorin Salvant. She is a 2020 MacArthur fellow. You have such an amazing instrument. You have such an amazing voice and You use it with such emotional and tonal and no T range, So I also think that, like writing your own songs is probably helping you find Like your own musical identity. Sure writing my own songs and and also the time and Kerry taken in choosing the repertoire. It takes me a lot of time in it, and it's It's almost frustrating for the guys sometimes because they're waiting. For a new song and I, It's just so important for me to get the perfect exact right song. One of the things I really like about your repertoire is that you go Back to early jazz and you find music from the early 19th century and early 20th century. I mean and from the 19 twenties and thirties and How did you decide to go back that far? Because a lot of singers don't I think I'm fascinated with history. And just in general on I'm always interested in how did how did this come to be? What? Why is this the way it is, and Even even singing classical voice. I quickly became more and more interested with.
"billie holiday" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"billie holiday" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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In Jazz-Movie Endings, Some Story Elements Just Keep Bouncing Back
"One cable this month Turner classics is presenting a series of movies with jazz connections as it happens our jazz critic Kevin Whitehead has a new book about movies that tell jazz stories so we invited him to talk a little about the subject in the first of two segments he looks at what he calls the stock jazz movie ending a basic plot element subject to many variations here's Kevin over ninety some years of movies about jazz some plot points and story elements keep coming back we see young musicians had been meant toward by African American elders who work basement clubs and want to play the way they feel when the man just wants him to play the music is written it's the movies so there are romantic complications sometimes tied to divergent musical tastes such problems may be resolved in a version of the stock jazz movie ending a big New York concerts or parties at odds are reconciled it turns up by nineteen thirty seven in the romantic comedy champagne waltz Fred MacMurray plays a saxophonist who turns old Vienna onto jazz killing business at the waltz palace next door and wrecking Fred's romance with the waltz kings are pressing her granddaughter in the end they're all on stage in New York romantic and musical differences are resolved is gigantic jazz and classical orchestras mash on a swinging the classics mashup of tiger rag in the blue Danube it's kitchen music clear storytelling symbolizing the wedding to come in the nineteen thirty eight Irving Berlin song fast Alexander's ragtime band moving the reconciliation between bandleader and singer to Carnegie Hall the gold standard for classy venues in the movies that template came back with minor variations for decades in nineteen forty sevens the fabulous Dorsey's battling brother bandleaders Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey playing themselves patch up their feud just long enough to play a double concerto just as the real Dorsey's cooperated long enough to make the movie a couple of months later came the film in New Orleans with the most over the top New York concert ending which clears the way for an opera singer Merion jazz Booker at Symphony Hall the singer acquire three pianos the Philarmonic orchestra and woody Herman's big band all cram onstage to murder the film's instant hit song which we've already heard Billy holiday do rather better the New York concert capital turns up through the nineteen fifties a jazz movie tradition as in the Benny Goodman story or St Louis blues or WC handy's disapproving people finally accept as blues music once performed in concert alongside Mozart and Mendelssohn more variations came later in nineteen seventy twos lady sings the blues after an analyst U. S. tour Diana Ross as Billie Holiday is finally allowed to play New York again at Carnegie with violence the real holiday did play Carnegie Hall but without the fiddles in twenty sixteen Nina is always held on as Nina Simone who's been living in better French exile plays a free concert in Central Park and discovers her people still love her reconciling Nina Simone and America no reconciliation ending has grander implications
Monique Morris: Why Are Black Girls More Likely To Be Punished In School?
"John Henson Junior and welcome to another edition of in Black America on this week's program single rhythm dance the Blues Education for the Liberation of black and Brown girls with author. Dr Monique. W W Moore's in black America. Our research is showing and the research of others and and and other folks who have been engaged in this work both at the advocacy level and at the academic levels. They're finding that black girls are experiencing you know a form of adult education When they're in and out of schools Delta fixation is a term that has been deeply explored by the George Town Center on poverty and inequality that has that shows how adults are are reading the behaviors of black girls to be more adult like than their white peers. Which means that? They're seeing our girls as needing less protection less nurturing less comforting that they are believed to be more independent and to know more about adult subjects such as sex than their white counterparts. And all of this really Begins when black girls are five years old and it peaks when they're between the ages of ten and fourteen which is also when we see peaks in their contact with disciplinary actions in school in the follow up to accrue claim book push out Social Justice Scholar and author. Dr Monique W Moore's has pushed the envelope. Further and in writing or latest book singer Rhythm Dance of Blues. He traveled from Oakland to Ohio and from New York to Iowa City and beyond she described Kanner and love what it looks like to meet the complex needs of girls on the margin in doing so she also a collection of ideas from educators who are tuned to the patterns of Pain Rain and struggle. And who show how. Those working in schools can harness their wisdom to partner with students and help the girls they teach find value and joy in learning far too often these young ladies on given the benefit of the doubt many I misunderstood thereby putting him on the path to incarceration singer singer rhythm dance the blues a guide to move away from punishment trauma and discrimination towards safety justice and genuine community in our schools. US recently in Black America spoke with. Dr Moore's this is actually my fifth book. I did Street novel beautiful for words and then I also worked with Kemba Smith. It's on her. Biographer does right I do. I did read that highest Campbell. Not doing well from all I can see she is. She's threatening. It's it's wonderful to see we're particularly drew you to education. I started my life in education. I was teaching very young. And you know I have. I have sort of veered away from I'm teaching and moved into research and policy for a while Though never fully releasing education as an important focal point in my work and I started to talk more intensely about the the discipline disparities After seeing data that when showing that African American girls were experiencing exclusionary disciplined suspensions expulsions etc at higher rates than their white counterparts. And so oh I understand and have always understood education to be a critical protective factor against contact with the juvenile court or criminal legal system. It's one of the reasons I call it. Freedom Work and when I see these interruptions taking place and this criminalization occurring of our girls it was really important for me to be a part of a community to elevate the issue but also to examine some of the solutions to this crisis thus far what are some of the analysis. We've come up with on this journey. Well unfortunately currently what we've been finding is that black girls continue to be. The only group of girls who are over represented across the spectrum of discipline in schools and at every educational level will in their educational journey and so You know that has Continue to you know sort of lead our inquiry around how we interrupt these cycles else How we elevated in consciousness how we elevated in consciousness of those who are working in schools who have children in schools who are concerned about what goes on in schools but also you know in the course of having these conversations about the problem I have discovered a number of programs and strategies that have done tremendous work with are girls that have you know really discovered pathways in the schools outside of the schools and in partnership with schools to transform the conditions that are really at the root cause of much of the behavior that girls ended up in trouble for in schools? And so it's a tale of concern in terms of wanting to address a critical issue. That really should be at the forefront of folks minds but also I would say you know an inspiring tale of how when we understand. There's a problem and set our intentions to shift the outcomes. We actually actually do it. How did you come up with the title? So singer them dance the Blues Education for the Liberation of black and brown girls. I think the framework of it being You sort of rooted in the musical traditions and artistic traditions at the black community. You know sort of came. Organically to me I ride in the introduction about a grainy black and white video that I was watching a Billie holiday singing strange fruit and as I was discovering what was happening on the road and sort of interacting with with many black women and girls specifically in communities and and you know dozens of communities It occurred to me that obviously what we're experiencing is a form of the blues but that we shouldn't only see the blues as a limited. We shouldn't only limit the blues to entertainment or see it as a vessel for for the expression of pain. I felt that it was important in in observing some of the traditions rooted in the Blues and some of the practices in our own communities throughout up the country to recognize that the blues is a platform for truth telling that would then enable us to really seek and obtain the healing thing that is necessary for us to move forward in this work. You write about in the book that African Americans and and the teenage girl dizziness girls are struggling to realize it. True you a deputy as scholars making net point. What do you see? Some of the detriments is going on in between those four walls. Well our the research is showing and the research of other folks who've been engaged in this work you know both at the advocacy level and at the academic levels. They're finding that black girls are experiencing you know a form of adult education When they're in and out of schools Adult education is a term that has been deeply explored Lord by the Georgetown Center on poverty and inequality that has that shows how adults are reading the behaviors of black girls to be more adult like than their white peers. Which means that they're seeing our girls as needing less protection less nurturing less comforting that they are believed to be more independent to know more about adult built subjects such as sex than their white counterparts? And all of this really begins when black girls are five years old and it peaks when they're between the ages of ten and fourteen. which is it's also when we see peaks in their contact with disciplinary actions in schools? And so it's really important to understand that when we render. Our girls is more adult like than they actually are. Then we believe that. They're in greater control of their behaviors than they actually are developmentally and it just feeds into a cycle where are girls are perceived as defiant and Saffi and loud problematic or bad real words that we assigned to our young people in schools. Are Our girls especially disproportionately renders them vulnerable to being taken out of school. which then of course places them at risk of participating in underground economies he's and being in contact with the juvenile quarter criminal legal system so these are the cycles were trying to disrupt are the readings of black girl behaviors? The increasing ways in which Latina girls and indigenous girls are also being criminalised in schools and also the elements that we can put in place to structure true accountability ability and to really respond to much of what underlies the negative behavior which in most cases with our girls is a traumatic event. Or you know as a sort of set of conditions that present harm in their lives.
Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works
"Two. This episode of studio. Three sixty is brought to you by the relentless, which is a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate. The relentless is about extrordinary people and mindsets. And behaviors that drive them to achieve inspiring things. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology, Julie Gerner she talks to business leaders across industries about what sets them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their successes and failures and how they're continuing to evolve. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today wherever you get your podcasts. This is new three sixteen. I'm courteous. I'm Josh Allen Gonzalez from studio. Three sixty. We're back with another installment of this woman's work. A series of stories from classic Elba, Sundays and studio. Three. Sixty classic album. Sundays is a program of community listening events, founded by Coline, Cosmo Murphy, where fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted on state of the art sound systems for this woman's work were highlighting classic albums by female artists women who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time lady sings the blues by jazz singer, Billie holiday. It was released in nineteen fifty six to coincide with her autobiography of the same name by this point in her career when she was just in her early forties. Holiday's voice was sounding fragile and warn the toll of a life marked by hardship and addiction. Although the more energetic sound of her earlier records is muted here, holiday still delivers wise and moving performances in this collection of emotional, jazz tunes, many of the songs here became synonymous with her unique sound and persona. Here's colleen. Billie holiday remains one of the greatest jazz, voices of all time and is still easily recognizable to music fans from all generations. She's got them. The musicians and clubs of New York City were integral to the development of jazz in the nineteen forties. Bebop was born in the Big Apple with artists like Charlie Parker bologna, smoke and Dizzy, Gillespie. The nineteen fifties saw the development of hard bop with Sonny Rollins and our Blakey the cool jazz of miles Davis and later, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman, and later John Coltrane explored in downtown, Manhattan venues, like the five spot. But vocal innovator and world-famous Billie holiday with unable to perform these notable. Jaaz clubs in the nineteen fifties as her cabaret card had been revoked due to narcotics charges. So instead, she brought jazz to the mainstream by performing it a major concert venue Carnegie Hall in nineteen fifty six. Nothing. On nothing. She wants said of her style. If I'm going to sing like someone else, then I don't need to sing at all in nineteen fifty eight Frank Sinatra told ebony magazine with few exceptions, every major pop singer in the US during her generation has been touched in some way by her genius. It is Billie holiday who was and still remains the greatest single musical influence on me. She also had a profound impact on contemporary artists, including Jose James, a singer, who is beautifully bridge, the world of jazz, and hip hop for over a decade since the release of his debut album, the dreamer. Ver- dream. Series. In two thousand fifteen chamber quarter tribute album to Billie holiday covering his favorite songs on the album yesterday. I had the blues the music of Billie holiday for the legendary blue note records. When I phoned Billie holiday, it really matched. My teenage angst in a deep way, not in a superficial way. You know, not in like, I'm a loner and against the world. But she showed me that there was a way to feel pain and to transform it into art. You don't have to know anything about our life to feel the kind of pain and tragedy that embodies her music. Holy likewise, British singer. Actress and former cabaret act. Paloma faith rates lady day as one of the most influential artists in her own upbringing on always dry bridge, and this will work out, but lately Acton, just no go. Maybe we'll Noel. Maybe we're not. We got us to relate. How Billy was a unifying force at one of my classic album. Sunday's events might mother and father is taste was always really convicting just the hell relationship, but. But. But this is the one person I listen to in both households. I would say that for me that she was the holy grail of how I wanted to be able to sing. I didn't realize as the young person so of trying to copies the econ- thing that entail sim batches happy. The show mother spray. Track to love. Nah.
What Did the Opportunity Rover Teach Us?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren Vogel bomb back on January twenty fourth two thousand four Nasr's opportunity Rover descend into the Martian surface and survived its bouncy landing to the relief of scientists anxiously monitoring the space probe back at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, the four hundred million dollar Rover. One of a pair that NASA landed upon the red planet that year was designed to last for just a few months on the rough dusty terrain of the Martian surface. Instead to the establishment of researchers at lasted for nearly fifteen years in earth time, the longest time that any robot from earth has operated on another planet until it finally stopped communicating with earth after a severe Martian dust storm in June of two thousand eighteen after unsuccessful attempts to restore contact. Nasa. Officials on February thirteenth finally gave up and declared that -tunities mission was over the exact cause of the probes demise is unclear it could be that solar panels went dead under a chokingly thick layer of Martian dust, or that it's tonics failed due to the extremes of Marsh. Other opportunity had outlived its robotic twin these spirit Rover by nearly eight years it's final resting place is the aptly named perseverance valley during its astonishing lifespan this Gulf cart sized planetary probe weighing three hundred eighty four pounds. That's one hundred seventy four kilograms in earth, gravity managed to cover twenty eight miles or forty five kilometers. That's forty four times the distance scientists who designed it to cover it said a single day. Marsh driving record of seven hundred twenty one feet that's two hundred and twenty meters back in two thousand five during its travels. It accomplished plenty of other amazing feats here are a few. It took a whole lot of pictures. The opportunity snapped two hundred seventeen thousand images of the Martian surface, including fifteen three hundred sixty degree. Panoramas? Those images were more than just pretty pictures. Images from its panoramic camera equipped with thirteen different color filters gave scientists the opportunity to enhance the wavelengths and study changes in the features of Martian rock formation. Nhs it discovered. The Martian blueberries just a few months after arriving on Mars, the probe discovered tiny globules rich inhabitants, which scientists dubbed blueberries because of their shape and color. These blueberries provided evidence that ancient Mars had a watery environment and opportunity found more signs of ancient water and possibly ancient life on Mars at the endeavour crater opportunity found clay minerals that were formed in flowing neutral ph water in the distant past this discovery raises. The possibility that the environment around the crater may have been able to support microbial life millions of years ago. It also studied a whole lot of Martian rocks. Samples opportunities tools exposed the surfaces of fifty two. Martian rocks to reveal fresh mineral surfaces for analysis and cleared seventy two more rocks with a brush so that their surfaces could be investigated by its instruments. Also, it was one heck of a climber opportunity proved to be remarkably nimble robot scaling gravel slopes as steep as thirty. Two degrees. An off earth record with disability explored a whole lot of craters in the course of its travels opportunity studied more than one hundred impact craters of various sizes and gathered insights about how craters form and erode over time. And it learned a lot about the Martian environment opportunity studied, Martian, clouds and the Apache the Martian atmosphere, including how it affects solar panels on space probes. That information may help scientists to design even more rugged resilient Rovers in the future the Rover's instruments. Also tracked changes in Martian clouds as they accumulated, providing scientists with the opportunity to study Martian weather in the end NASA. Scientists sent eight hundred and thirty five commands to opportunity in an effort to revive it before finally giving up. The final transmission from earth was the Billie holiday song. I'll be seeing you so hats off to you. You were the best little Rover after. Today's episode was written by Patrick j Kaiga and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other exploratory topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. Today's episode is brought to you by the new Capital One saver card. Earn four percent cashback on dining entertainment, two percent, grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you can cash in what's in your wallet.
Study: 10 percent admit to checking phones during sex
"According to a recent study ten percent of people check their phone during sex and addition to study finds people eighteen to thirty four years of age or almost twice as likely to check their phone during sex then those thirty five to fifty one years well first of all is that a as a percentage of time is that per encounter because i'm assuming people thirty five to fifty one have less of the activity to begin with it would be a fair assumption now i would think the the the only pose the question have you ever checked your phone during sex don't and the group eighteen to thirty four answered yes mort saul did you leave your notifications on yeah that's what i was thinking go to turn it off like shut up well i couldn't turn her on so i must notification isn't that it's salt when you be somewhat insulted more so if you start to read something you time yourself do you like it's not a rodeo i like to rock out with mike lockout do you referencing one of bob's great songs the word the word was not on both i said okay yeah do maybe heavier you're tunes on your phone there yes we jam voter gm sixty some do you have a playlist you put on do you have a playlist on your phone read some classical maybe some classical billie holiday josh so you'll put that on and he's he's not distracted by it no he's got to check the score you don't wanna have the notification goes up on a second grace have you ever looked at your phone during that.