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"blues club" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:27 min | Last week

"blues club" Discussed on World Cafe

"You're listening to the world cafe. I'm kaleo when chris. Down king fish ingram. I visited us in twenty nineteen. We asked a simple question. Is king fish the future of the blues and the answer is a resounding yes. His debut album was critically acclaimed. Picking up a bunch of awards and a grammy nomination for best traditional blues album. He's also made appearances in the tv. Series marvel's luke cage and in the mass video game red dead redemption to ingram is also deeply connected to the tradition and history of the blues yet is unafraid to push the genre into the twenty first century. His recently released sophomore album six six to named for the area code of his hometown. Clarksdale mississippi shows the twenty two year. Old guitar virtuoso expanding his sound to incorporate more rock soul and even gospel into his repertoire. Yet there's plenty of guitar shredding to be found but chris downs also honed another of his instruments in a big way his voice. I'll talk to him about his musical evolution. Why he wanted to write a love letter to his hometown and will listen to some incredible live performances from ground zero blues club in clarksdale starting with the title track to his new album six six to its crystalline king. Fishing ingram here on the world cafe talk about the sun. Go down the the alaska people getting. They got it search so every cone to surge in the back and it.

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Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

Perspective

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts

"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.

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"blues club" Discussed on WORLD OVER

WORLD OVER

07:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"blues club" Discussed on WORLD OVER

"Now. Dion you knew sam. Cook toured with them through memphis. Where did this song come from. Is it biographical you know. I toured. i think this is a lovely story. Raymond because I toyed with sam cooke About six weeks and he was very intelligent kind of refined guy. He was the son of a preacher so he wasn't afraid to talk about. God you know and you know. I saw him in a lotta situations. We traveled in the south. And i never experienced anything like that. Because i i come from the bronx in the north but it wasn't the same because my mother worked in the millenary line. She worked with black jewish age. Whatever you know she. I never heard my my parents. I never heard of disparaging word against any kind of ethnic group So but i was rough around the edges and sam was very refined guy and when i heard people calling him names. Sometimes it's face. I'd go up to him. Say sam a right hook just them like this or hit him. Like i was like a tough you know. And he'd he'd say dion that's a cutaway to become a man you know if if race matters to you you ever racist. He said to us. It doesn't matter. It's like. I color shoe color so You know the thing is. I watched him on a lot of circumstances in a lot of any never got ruffled. You never responded badly or reacted. And and then it dawned on me why he was the brightest guy in the room and he started teaching me because he wasn't afraid to talk about faith for an higher reality and a higher pitch in on just the better way to do things. So when i when i had i had this song that i wrote for a long time and i never recorded it and last year i saw green book and i was. I said i said susan. They did a movie about my song. But it's like in reverse i. I took it out of the back of the draw dusted off had lunch with paul simon. Put it before. Him showed it to him said pull. This is not a song. Soli about racism. It's about brotherly love. Sam was living out the gospel loving his brother as himself. I said i learned so much from this man. And paul got it. He knew he knew. And he said i hear i hear what i wanna do. Give it to me give it so went into the studio and and and he did something sublime with it so. I'm glad you mentioned that. I really beautiful thank you. Bob dylan penned the liner notes for this new album. He had this to say about you. And your music when you have voices deep and wide as yawns that voice can take you all the way around the world and then all the way back home to the blues. Dion knows how to sing and he knows just the right way to craft these songs these blues songs. He's got some help there. Were some friends here to help them out. Some true luminaries but in the end. It's dion by himself alone and that masterful voice of his that will keep you returning to share these blue songs with them. How does that kind of recognition from a man widely regarded as one of the greatest songwriters really of our time. and you're contemporary strike. You when you first reno's or read them. Well you know. Every time dylan writes something. It seems like i learned something. I didn't know i don't know what that is about him. But he's his just my. My definition of genius is whatever. They're doing in their particular field distance between what they're doing and everybody else's doing is definitely a distance and dylan is when i finished the album and i i sent it to you know i had all my friends play on and i had no more songs i sent out as bob dylan appeared right something for it. I go back to the early sixties. Bob dylan and i sent it to him and you know we all know. He's the greatest songwriter the twentieth century and he won a nobel prize. But a lot of people don't know he's a great blues singer and i'll steeped in the tradition so i sent it to him and really touched me. You know what he sent back. It really was insightful to about i love the line that he said you know. There's a built in law in the blues. You don't have to overpay for them. What he's saying is is too. I think he's talking about the commandments. Natural law that's written on your heart you know you don't have to like don't have to kill yourself to sing this stuff. We all have the blues. I want you to update us on the status. You talked about your story and really that you know that that big moment in your life and your artistry there's a broadway musical coming based on your life the wanderer. It was supposed to open this year. Do the covert nineteen. It's been postponed. When will the wander premier. And what can folks expect one it opens. Did you write new music for no what. Well there's a couple of songs i wrote. But the but the musical raymond i was never broadway guy theater guy. I'd rather go to a blues club. A rock and roll club. But this guy this kid charles messina. Great writer you give me something of substance you could entertain me all day long. He has. i'd say he has Has history in it he has. He has Early street rock and roll romance betrayal. Victory laughs this great music. you know. it's just it's it's a. It's a story about transformation. It's a story about addiction and not getting better like becoming good it. It's a story about transformation and really is it's i don't know how he did it but he did. It's it's an talk about an american story like the. I say the album that i just did. I say it's a story about us. Americans people like sunny landry who's virtuoso. He's beautiful and every decade is is present on the album. Mike samantha fish. She's thirty years old. What a guitar awfully. I never heard anything like. She's from new orleans. You know why no sorry sunny land. And they're you do the blues. How do you do the blues new orleans neon raymond there are no bad musicians in new orleans. Even the people on the street corners. I don't care what they're planning plan spoons. I never heard anything like. Have you been musician new orleans. They change your out. That's what they always say. If you're a bad musician in new orleans you're intimidated.

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"blues club" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:12 min | Last month

"blues club" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Oh, hello. This is Russ and Sully. I think myself Yeah. So hot 100 Studios in sunny Santa California. What Russell is talking about what he said handling himself. He meant he needs an agent. He stops handling, so because the sound came up. All we heard you say is handling myself. Sorry about right, right. Well, we're back in action right here. Hi, everybody. We had a we had a great uh, great few days off, Got to go to Austin, Texas. And play at Antone's Blues Club Boy Great, sleazy, and I mean, that is the way I love those city blues clubs. Man Is it just? It's just they're dark and dank and a super fun. It was excellent, like no windows. No witness. That's exactly that's a great way to put it, and we had fun and then spend a few days there And then have you ever been to Aspen, Colorado? Yeah. Man. What a beautiful place. Yes, you realize there's 75 billionaires that live in Aspen billionaires, roughly $75 billion, And, you know, you think the California real estate where we live is ridiculous. You know, one bedroom apartment for about a million five spends a little more asked was a little more like if you want a condo, a two bedroom condominium. In Aspen. Yeah. You know if they're in Aspen proper, like you got to say, Doesn't everything come with like a horse barn? No Okay and asked me if there's a couple condos Announcement. Five mil. What? The P. $5 Million. Some of the houses up on Red Mountain are upwards of one guy's got $100 million an art in his front yard. You know, like sculptures and stuff. It's just amazing How and 9 53 Chevy. Yeah, forward in the washer a couple great to have you all got a big show today. A couple of things real quickly I want to talk about is that Um, some good news about store closures, waste or Yeah, well retail store closures earlier. There's only maybe 3700 store closures this year, which is actually the lowest amount of retail store closures. Since 2016. Here's the bad news. We had 12,400 last year. Yeah or 300..

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"blues club" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"blues club" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"His name's including action front, Paisley Blues Club fungus, and then they were public affection for awhile. Well, the first one you ride. What was that? First one action front action front and then the last one. What's the last one public affection? Those air both? Okay, the fungus that's not gonna work club funds. This time I'm gonna work for a band named Club Fungus. Sounds like a high school band name like, Hey, Thanks for listening. We're club when we're playing the high school band Jam. Club fungus, backyard cats, bro. Club fungus. Um Trying to think of the one time I was in a high school band. Well, what the name was what the name was. I don't remember. It was something horribly like, sure was still we're gonna name a band Something. Yeah, it was still Steve. Like three names. Did you have three words to it? Yeah, We did. Yes. Yes, at first plants. That's not that's not terrible. No, e I thought we were gonna be good at first glance, Would you play Huh? Nothing. I tried to play tried to play in a band with Billy guitar. I tried to flag it tried to movies not could well be back in two minutes. Donna Yes. Chicago's home for sports. Harness racing his back at Chicago's hometown track on Friday, May 7th the horses air racing under the lights at Hawthorne.

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"blues club" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"blues club" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To be in. I know what Lane I'm supposed to be in and I'm certainly not in the fast today, eh? I am not in the fast lane and I will. I will. So I'll give you an example of just that. Uh, last this February. Actually, this most recent February I took I took the big fellatio. Nashville, Tennessee. Oh, and I was in my lane and I decided. You know what I'm gonna bring out I'm gonna bring out Big al who has taken me? To, uh cool spots were like I'm like, Wow, I can't believe I'm actually here. Like, you know, I went to the Super Bowl with you. We wouldn't had some big boy dinners and sat down with guys who are like sports heroes to a lot of people and right it was It was normal. Was your rose to me? So you? You put your arm around me, and you took me to all these cool things. And I'd like, Okay, Well, yeah, I'm gonna take the big fellatio to Nashville. And I'm going to do the same thing for him. I'm going to take him into my world and There's this one night where I lose out for it, and I'm told me God, I'm like I'm like, Wait what I was getting it in. I'm like, Where's Alfred? Where's out Right before pandemic really hits? Yes, big time. And, uh, s I'm hitting you up on the tax. I'm like, What you doing? What are you doing? It's like I'm out. And I'm like, what does that mean? Because we did We did this show from Nashville. We continue to do our show. And finally, you hit me back up in about one o'clock in the morning and said, Where you at and you came up to this week, and I said, Where were you and you? Said Joe Joe, I'll say I found I found my spots. I found my spots. And what do you do? You just tell told the taxi driver where you were looking for, right? I was looking for a blue spot. Right? So I was looking for this blues. Um Uh, this blues club and the Blues Club. I went to man was so good. I mean, it was kind of it was the kind of music my mom used to listen to. And lead singer. There was so good and you know everybody was singing along with him, and it just felt so good. And then I left there and then I went to these country bars man in it, and everybody in Nashville can sing. Like, you know, like I was thinking that you know, we'll go and see the performers saying and that's that's what this is about. And then when I found out is that there are so many talented people. Who are just planning these little small bars, and I couldn't I just couldn't believe it. You know, like we don't have that kind of vibrant scene here where you can just go and see. 20 bands on one street. Oh, no, I mean that. I mean, 20 bands on once I am not over, exaggerating. I mean, they're at least 20 live bands that are playing at one time and I just I just Zigzag in and out of these different places and man I walked, basically walked like Four miles from.

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"blues club" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"blues club" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Every little bit helps. You heard that saying before Every little bit helps. I don't know if that's true or not, but every little bit home on DH by them. I mean, every little bit helps when you're walking out of a I don't know. Home Depot walking out of a CBS, Uh, whatever walking out of a golf bookstore, whatever people in the parking lot have a mask on Especially if you're going to say like a Costco where people are putting stuff in the trunk of their car as you go by those people just making innocuous comment. Hey, what point do you think and you know, Kind of like Conversational, but point You think we're going to have to get rid of these stupid masks? I mean, we're gonna wear these forever. It's just that How many people going to ignore you and look look atyou. Look away quickly. I don't engage this guy. I don't want this guy coming near me. I'm going to get into a conversation, but it just Point a seed. Say something. Remember where we were supposed to do. If we see something, we say something, remember? Take that overto 2020 right now, If you see something, say something if you see a sheep after there's been dumped down, terrorized literally. Controlled with fear. Forced to wear a rag on their face. Say something. You don't say it like that. You'll get around to that eventually. If you do engage in a conversation, you realize it is training us, right? I mean, this is scary that we're doing this, you know, And you understand that the's messes don't protect anybody. Well, they're just keeping us safe. How can they keep us safe when these things don't really keep the virus out and how you came out of that store, and if there's a virus in there, it's on your hands in your hair. So you get the point. You have to go that far, but just engage. Don't I see too many people in the parking lot? Not engaging? I I did that twice today. Twice today in the Sam Sparks. It's just that stupid, simple and people. Ah, lot of them do say. Yeah, This is a pain and you know what I do to here's nothing I do. But when I go to the stores where you have to have a mask on and I'm not going to check you out whatever. I used one of those gator gator mask, warts, and I'm asking all of you just have a piece of cloth of her face minds Really cool. It's got a skull on it. But what I do I I mean, as soon as I'm on my way to drivers pull it down. I start breathing again. I'm not gonna wear in the parking lot, but were not walking around outside. You don't have to do that You're supposed to work inside. That's what the store says. And they they have to follow the rules because they're terrified of their home office, whoever that might be, and they're also terrified. That the governor of this state will yank your license so they can't do business. Ah, let's see here flying too. Michelle. I get that right. Welcome down the edge. Hi, Tyrone. I'm one of your 19. Listen, They're good. I can't afford to lose one. I tell you by now it's Monday, right, Michelle? So right now there are on ly maybe 15 16 because a couple of mai there do I bail you out, but thank you for being here. Well, I'm calling from Northfield Township. I'm running for town treasure, and I'm calling because Time Villager eyes also running for the supervisor for the town and Then who's running against her had to file his report showing what he's been where he's received his money for his campaign. And he received $5000.2500 of that was from Marijuana people. Meryl, There's a marijuana lobby. Yeah, well, I get that I don't support it, but I get it. I mean, you know, whatever they get, they get their acts to grind. So to speak this been around forever. It's in our area. Well, that's true. But precinct voted against the marijuana, You know who else is? You know who else is? Putting money in the campaigns around this weed thing is ah, George Soros. That James Bond villain George Soros on if he's doing a locally, but that's that's huge for him. And what does that tell you? Yeah, I know exactly. So you're going to be the treasure in Northfield Township. Yes, I'm running against the north, and he's running with and north still neighbors, a group that's not very well liked in the area. Have endorsed the two of them. So that means people come to your office to go. I'm Michelle. What's just $500? So where? Where's Where's the receipt? Right. Is that what you do? But what do you actually what do you actually doing? Out for a living. I'm no no, no. I mean, when there's a treasure of Oh, yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah, well, there's a controller that the actual paperwork and I would just be overseeing it. And they're reporting on the town's aboard. Okay, so these guys go to say, I don't know. All you can eat shrimp buffet hotel. Drinking the they're not drinking the well during Cedric and the top shelf stuff who busts him for overspending on their accounts. Anybody Well, First of all, we'd be doing it on their own dime. Not so That's why I don't do that. Nor feel tense. You know, o man, These guys got to get their act together. That's why else would you want to be in office? Because we live here now. Aren't you glad you called me so no, I I get it. I know I'm just fooling around as always, But you guys I know you're the good guys. I know what's going on up there, and I know that a lot of these little areas also especially Hamburg. Arabism issues around people who aren't doing the right thing I know. And I do want to say that I've been in and out over a couple of different places, and I wrote Trump 2020 on my disposable mask, and I wore it around and the only people who have approached me Our people in support. Well, you're brave sister, because whenever you do anything where you profess support for Trump, you get your car keys. You can get baseball batted whatever it's it's a very, very, very I'll say a pugnacious rolled out there. I know it's pretty. Okay. So you people. What's your name? What's your last name? I should know, sir. Michelle was myself, Kirkman. Okay, And you did. They need no website or just know your name's on the ballot. Northfield. That calm in their website. There's a plate of us running together like minded Are these volunteer positions or to get paid? The clerks and the treasure get paid, But it's Not very much. And how how. Ah, How many hours are entailed and being a treasure in Northfield Township? Where are you working? Once our meeting? We've got to give a report on the finances. Where do you do what you're you're You're basically Reporting at the board meeting. You're overseeing what's going on in the town of bosses. And I think it's going to be. It will definitely very of course, when they're placing the text for taxes and stuff would be more hours involved, then so as it would vary for sure, And it also depends on what topic there's going to be discussed at the town hall meetings because Of course, you have to review all that again. Very has got to be dedicated to getting that stuff that you get a company car. You got a Corvette or anything, right? No. Nothing. They don't pick me up in a limousine dedicated to say OK, so they look for your name on the ballot on Wednesday, right? Tuesday Tuesday. Well, hang on a second. Oh, it is today is the third. I was serious about that. I thought I thought today was the second boy. Get the run of the show. Get listeners. Well, Michelle, I came through the sixties. Okay, so let's get something to do it somewhere, I think. Well, listen, good luck to you. So Michele is a Birdman. Kirkman with a V. Okay, and it's that's coming up Wednesday. People North Tuesday Tuesday. Ah, now we talked about this before. You had that really cool Northville Roar house out there. Did you ever go to that one? It was the Blues Club. No, I how long ago was that? Oh, had to be What are we talking here? 15 years back. That was ah, 10 years back. That was the premier. Blues Club in I want to say, Southeast Michigan for the longest time..

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"blues club" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"blues club" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Did Did short on DA There you have it. They were just a great act. And for a while, you know, relegated to the lounge is the Holiday Inn or whatever. But eventually Ruby got a real job. I think you retire from a T and t after like, 30 years with him or something, but I just love their stuff. Buddy Guy turns 84 today, and I was going to play somebody guy, but I didn't get around to picking the bumpers in the last minute. I decided I'd go with the topics by the way. I'm paddling along a little bit because we found out that our guest. Kelly is en route home and she hasn't made it there yet, and therefore, she said, Well, call back in about 10 minutes, so we We will, and unfortunately I have all sorts of show Prep, thanks to my buddy Carol Ford, who did remind me that buddy, a guy turned 84. And, of course, he's got the Blues Club Buddy Guy's Legends 700 South Wabash and host the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame induction celebration. Maybe not this year. It was always going on. Another blues artist. Otis Taylor is 72. Today. He was born in Chicago, but he grew up in Denver. And it was on the state in 1973 that give your baby a standing ovation by the Dells was certified gold. On a state in 1977. That's strawberry Letter number 23. My favorite brothers Johnson record entered the charts and Paul Anka turned 79. Yeah, Ed burns at Cookie Burns. He would have been 88 he was still alive today. A toast. We have my prayer by the platters hit number one on the pop charts and undoubtedly no one. No one can argue that their mercury period was their most. Prolific in terms of record sales bar any but before they were on mercury before they doing, they're almost pop standard stuff like my prayer. They were one of the best little vocal group set a record called movie Avi on federal plates a night that was just terrific. Yeah, Of course it didn't so Also in the state in 66. They're coming to take me away. Ha ha! Enter the top 40 chart. Gerry Samuels, otherwise known as Napoleon, the 14th and also on the street and 77 float on by the floaters Aquarius and entered the end of the top 40 charge. So 8888765593 That's 88 88 R O L L Y You'd keep that number handy because maybe you want to know about your dreams, and that's one Every likes dream interpretation. I think there's a certain amount of things that are just common to all of us. You know, the meaning is the same. But I also think that probably a lot of what we dream. The symbolism is unique to us. So we'll see what Kelly Sullivan Walden has to say about that when she has to say about anything, and hopefully that will that will be soon. So I'm Rolli James. And as I say, interrupt the show, it gets better when you call 8888765593 on WG and Radio Saturday..

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"blues club" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"blues club" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Mind. This show is the altar where we worship the weirdness of reality. If anybody ever told you, you ask the weirdest questions, it is time to come. Join us in the place where you belong the stuff to blow your mind podcast, new episodes published every Tuesday and Thursday, with bonus episodes on. Saturdays listen to stuff to blow your mind on the iheartradio APP. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts this day. In history, class is a production of iheartradio. Pay All I'm Eve, and you're listening to this day in history class. A show that takes history in squeezes it into bite sized stories. Today Is June Third Twenty Twenty The Day was June third eighteen, ninety seven. Blues, Singer and Guitarist Memphis Minnie was born. She was one of the most influential blues artists in the US from the nineteen twenty s to the nineteen fifties. Though covering her today, scholarly opinion differs on the exact day and year of her birth. MEMPHIS MINNIE was born. Lizzie Douglas in her song nothing in rambling. She says that she was born in Louisiana and raised in Algiers but US census records indicate that she was born in Mississippi and raised in a small farming community south of Memphis Tennessee. She learned to play the Banjo and guitar a child and she was much more interested in music Dan. She was in farming when she was a teenager. She left home to move to build street in Memphis. Minnie began playing music on the streets with jug, bands and string groups. She also performed at church part. By One thousand, twenty nine, she had married and was performing with Blues Musician Joe McCoy. That year, a talent scout from Columbia records discovered them, and they recorded the Song Bumble Bee Blues which became one of Memphis. MINNIE's most popular Sohn's over the years. She recorded several different versions of the song for different labels. The couple continued to produce records together, and they grew more popular in and outside of Memphis. They garnered so much attention that they moved to Chicago making a name for themselves. The popular blue seen in the city. See and Blues Musician Big Bill. brooms e went head to head and guitar contest in the nightclub. One time and many took the prize. She also took on artists like Tampa red. Sunnyland Slam and mighty waters. Around nineteen, thirty, five, many an McCoy broke up at the same time Memphis. Minnie was getting work as a guitarist vocalist and songwriter she toward a lot in the nineteen thirties. In the south. She stood out as a woman in a male dominated music scene, but she also stood out for playing new music styles and with different instruments. She worked regularly for talent, scout and producer Lester Melrose. Rated kind of formula for his blues offerings in toned-down. MINIS MUSIC In the late nineteen thirties, she married ernest little son Joe Lawler's another musician. They made some of Minis, most memorable songs together, including me and my chauffeur blues and her autobiographical funk in my girlish days. Many formed a Vaudeville troupe to tour theaters in. A Blue Monday shows at Ruby League Woods Tavern of Blues Club on the South side of Chicago that patrons new as the gate. She played a National Electric Arch top guitar bridging the transition from Acoustic Delta Blues to Chicago, Blues Poet. Langston Hughes described her electric guitar as quote, a musical version of electric welders plus a rolling mill. Muddy water song. Honeybee was a reworking of Minis Bumblebee. Though many found success, the record industry and club owners did take advantage of her. In one thousand, nine, hundred eighty three mini, released her last commercial recordings, kissing in the dark in world of trouble, though audiences taste head strayed away from her acoustic blues sound many, and some of her contemporaries found renewed interest. But in the nineteen fifties, her health was failing. She moved to Memphis and her sister. Daisy helped take care of her. After her husband died, she was affected by a number of medical complications. In her later years fan sent money and musicians held benefits to help her. She died of a stroke in August of nineteen seventy-three. Some of the musicians influenced by Memphis. Minnie include her niece lavern Baker. Bonnie Raitt and rory blog. Memphis meaning what's one of the first twenty artists inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame when the Blues Foundation established in Nineteen Eighty. East coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And if you have any comments or suggestions, you can send them to us at this day at iheartmedia Dot Com who can also hit us up on social media. WE'RE AT T. H, C podcast thanks so much for listening to the show and we'll see you tomorrow..

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"blues club" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"blues club" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Aristocrat of the working class. It make all kinds of moves. If he's smart investors out there there are suck out rich women with nothing to do with them. Stand in this bar and you can be struck by lightning. Seen it happen again me playing listeners. It's the weekend and I hope you're kicking back with a cocktail. No I'm not advising you to drink alcohol so you can choose that on your own. I'm hoping you're listening to now. Playings new bonus review of the movie cocktail. Tom Cruise's nineteen eighty-eight blockbuster. That won the box office and won a Golden Raspberry Award for worst Phil. Well which is it could find out by listening to our review which just came out today for gold level and higher donors in our spring twenty twenty donation drive. It's donors who keep our show going and allow us to do the show. We do every totally free Tuesday even through pandemic. We have not missed a single. We haven't missed a week since New Year's of twenty ten and it's because of our financial supporters were able to do that. Here's a clip from that show and after I'll tell you more details about the current donation drive. Yeah I'm sorry in the interview process for a bartender. How do you make a Martini that that should be questioned number one like the most basic and he doesn't even know how to do that? All right it's funny story. I went to a Blues Club in Iowa and I was with my wife and my wife sends me to the bar to get a drink and I'm like what are you want she goes. I don't care. I know my wife likes Martinis so up to the bar and I order a Martini. And the bartender looks at me. Then goes I think we can make that gets with the other bartender. They pull up the Internet. I feel like Iowa's the problem there. Yeah the the the Internet they should know what Martinez but the idea of. A Martini changed in the ninety s to win chocolate. Martinez became thing. People forgot that it was just vodka and vermouth basically gave her a of straight vermouth. Yeah overrode usually you just go with the vodka and yeah just straight? Vermouth the look on Marjorie face when she drank it so people do get hired as bartenders without knowing how to make a Martini. Not New York though maybe an Iowa Not New York no no. He's absolutely right and let's just call it what it is. What is called toll thing women? He's got all this advice about catching the women and all that and you have. This guy is ugliest sin. Why does he hire crews cruises looking at seen many bartenders? That didn't really know what they were doing. But oftentimes people just order a beer or they don't Wanna mix drink. They just want something off the shelf. So yeah if you've got a good smile in your willing to dance like that too addicted to love which I mean crews always gets his singing dance moment in many times holy. Shit said this. He's gotten so much better than he was. How do you mean so much? Better this dancers cool do you. Yeah we really. You would want to be this guy dancing to addicted to love that way. Stewart. I've learned to dance from you. You taught me every dance. Move came to this guy all right fair enough all right. He's better than me in eighth grade. That's for sure he's better than me today and I think the choreography between him and cognition works. You know what you can't rule out addicted to love as a thumping bass good song. That's keeping the scene moving. This movie is a Jukebox of songs. That's going to just keep playing and if you hate the songs then you're not going to get in the mood but they set the mood for me to me. We reviewed Miami Vice. This reminds me of Miami vice the TV show where there's not a whole lot of dialogue going on but they're gonNA play smuggler's blues and you're GonNa get what's going on in that scene from the song that's playing and that's how I am in these early scenes but now that you've mentioned Fridays. Wow I now understand why. The waitresses are wearing those red and white shirt. So you're not laughing like this is not funny to you. The only things funnier when cognitive tells a Joe I mean why would it be funny? It's campy in the same way. That like a blaxploitation or disco movie from the seventies would be funny a decade later. This is like Oh my God. What were we thinking? If this was ever cool I just have a smile on my face because it is Kinda cool.

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"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

"It's a northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news road trip or remote flyway adventures await continues. Here's Seth Wayne. Welcome back to adventures await. We are here at port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Florida with Ross McTaggart who is the cruise director of the new Stockton. Starting dumb is the newest ship for Holland America line Seattle's hometown cruise line. And KOMO News Radio is so honored that Holland America asked us to be onboard this ship during it's fun festivities, and it's dedication ceremony that just take place earlier with Oprah Winfrey herself. So Ross tell us first of all congratulations on being named the first cruise director of the ships going to be an honor. Absolutely. It's it's always a challenge when you bring a new ship out from the point of the build through its inaugural. Of course, it was very unique for us because we brace skateboarder and you'll go straight across to Fort Lauderdale and inserting to Christmas into new years. We had a. A few normal cruises. But then we'll at least the o the Oprah magazine skills getaway crews. Yeah. So it's been it's been a rollercoaster ride, but it's been massively successful sale out of the yard was incredibly smooth probably one of the best companies history. And I mean it's hundred and forty six years now that we've been around. So it's been incredible has been amazing. I can I cannot say enough. So it to be a cog in that wheel or Lincoln. That has been amazed. Is this your first inaugural team? It is for me personally. It is. Yeah. My ten years nervous. Were you nervous ever? I mean, really, and truly you can be honest with us. None. No. It's just it's the pure excitement of being able to start from scratch. You get to sit the standard to make sure that the bar is raised high and thus far this the ship has been. Being producing some of the highest ratings. People love it. The reviews have been amazing. And it's it's always difficult with a brand new ship with new concepts on because you don't know how people unnecessarily going to react to it. So it's been great so Foucault tell us. What we can expect. What are some of the new things that are here on board that passengers have absolutely raved about well? From the entertainment perspective, we go to introduce the full dimension to our award winning music Walker. So you know in existence we started off with a BB king's blues club, which has been a big part of our programming for many all of your shits. Right. Most of them. It's on most of them. It's not on all them. Because of course, the space needs to be there. So we'll signature and vista class ships, obviously. And now a lot pinnacle as well. So all of the ships that pretty much leave out of Seattle have that on there. But tell us what BB king's is all about what what is that? So the BB king's blues club. It started off initially just as the rhythm and blues, you know, we had a five five six piece band we experimented with our member? I was I was on the new Amsterdam and the euro damn at the time where we trialed it out. And it was it was incredibly successful to a point where we said, okay, we need to put this on all of our ships. But you know, when it comes to anything that you're putting on a ship. It comes down to cabinet saleability. It comes down to the actual space to ensure that you can produce a quality product. With some of our ships that we have that are necessarily have the space full that which is why it's not on all of our ships because you need to have the right room in order to produce a quality product, you can put musicians in any room. But that doesn't mean that you're going to get a good product because it needs to be, you know, the room needs to be designed for it. You need to have the space the acoustics, you know, that's what it comes into play. But that was the very first part of the inception of music walk. That's where it started as I said it's been such a huge hit that it becomes synonymous with with on America line fantastic. Okay. So the newest things here on the news dot Dom with the music. Of course, you have Rolling Stones. Yeah. So, you know, in addition to the BB king's blues club, we have billboard onboard and Lincoln center stage. I'll Lincoln to the statute given a new venue from what was the Cunningham simply because it where it was before we need to make space for the rhinestone rock from and to be honest the space where they are. Now is better designed for it. If you go into the BB king's blues club, all known as Lincoln center stage minute performing, I mean, the room itself has to tears. It's designed like the inside of a violin. You know, the walls have these beautiful beautiful wood and metal styling it looks like the inside of an organ, so it's just has that feel to it. It has a bigger room. A biggest Spacey you more people can actually come and sit and listen to you have more people. They get a chance to listen to the beautiful music from Lincoln center stage. And then on the other side, you have built on board where we have a GOP Anna's playing chart topping hits off billboard. And then just on the other side of that. We have a newest addition the ultimate live rock vineyard see the Rolling Stone rock room, which has been a huge hit so far. It's it's shake things up a little bit. You know, some people some people are into it. You know, some people are not so rock and roll. But that's why we have the variety. Everybody has something. But no matter what happens in the evening, you can go from one to the next and the next to the next, and it's will close entertainment, no matter where you go and the live music aspect is so great, especially when you're at sea. And you've explored a something's for so long outside. Then you come in and enjoy a fun relaxing. Evening of live music. And you've got John RAs pretty much all over the place. We're gonna have Ross comeback after the break. He's gonna talk more about the dining venues what you can expect plus a little western Washington twist coming up after the break if you're falling out. We know you've been planning Valentine's Day for weeks..

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"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

"Partly cloudy skies expected into early Sunday morning across the greater Seattle area in western Washington. Temperatures overnight extremely frigid. We bought him out in the low to mid teens early Sunday while we could be seen breaks of sunshine in early Sunday morning and expecting more clouds to be increasing Sunday afternoon and evening with the return of some snow Sunday afternoon. Lingering through Monday morning, an additional one to four inches of snow possible in the lowlands more snow in a Sunday afternoon. I'm meteorologist Abby Coney and the KOMO weather center. It's a northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news road trip or remote fly away adventures await continues. Here's Seth Wayne. Welcome back to adventures await. We are here at port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Florida with Ross McTaggart who is the cruise director of the new Stockton. Dum dum is the newest ship for Holland America line Seattle's hometown cruise line. And KOMO News Radio is so honored that Holland America asked us to be on board this ship during it's fun festivities, and it's dedication ceremony that just take place earlier with Oprah Winfrey herself. So Ross tell us first of all congratulations on being named the first cruise director of the ship. It's going to be absolutely. It's it's always a challenge when you bring a new ship out from the point of the build through its inaugural. Of course, it was very unique for us as well. 'cause we brace skateboarder out the and your go straight across to Fort Lauderdale and inserting to Christmas into new years. We had a few. Normal cruises. But then at least the o the Oprah magazine skills getaway crews. Yeah. So it's been it's been a rollercoaster ride, but it's been massively successful the sale on out of the yard was incredibly smooth probably one of the best in our company's history. And I mean it's hundred and forty six years now that we've been around. So it's been incredible occurs. Amazing. I can I cannot say enough. So it's to be a cog in that wheel or a Lincoln that chain has been amazed. Is this your first inaugural team? It is for me percent is. Yeah. My ten years nervous. Were you nervous ever? I mean, really, and truly you can be honest with us. No, no, no, no. It's it's the pure excitement of being able to start from scratch. So you get to set the standard to make sure that the bar is raised high and thus far this the ship is being being producing some of the highest ratings. People love it. The reviews have been amazing. And it's and it's always difficult with the brand new ship with new concepts on it because you don't know how people unnecessarily gonna react to its Foucault. Tell us. What we can expect. What are some of the new things that are here on board that passengers have absolutely raved about well? From the entertainment perspective, we go to introduce the full dimension to our award winning music walk. So you know in existence. We started off with a BB king's blues club, which has been a big part of our programming for many, isn't that all of your ships. Right. Most of them. It's on most of them. It's not on all them. Because of course, the space needs to be there. So we'll signature in vista class ships, obviously, a will pinnacle as well. So all of the ships that pretty much leave out of Seattle have that on there. But tell us what BB king's is all about what what is that? So the Beatty king's blues club. It started off initially just as the rhythm and blues, you know, we had a five five six piece band we experimented with our member? I was I was on the new Amsterdam and the euro damn at the time where we trialed it out. And it was it was incredibly successful to a point where we said, okay, we need to put this on all of ships. But when it comes to anything that you're putting on a ship. It comes down to cabinet availability. It down to the actual space to ensure that you can produce a quality product with some of our ships that we have that are necessarily have the space for that. Which is why it's not on all of our ships because you need to have the right room in order to produce a quality product, you can put musicians in any room. But that doesn't mean that you're going to get a good product because needs to be, you know, the room needs to be designed for it. You need to have the space the acoustics, you know, that's what it comes into play. But that was the very first part the inception of music walk. That's where it started. As I said, it's been such a huge hit that becomes synonymous with with on America line fantastic. Okay. So the newest things here on the news dot Dom with the music. Of course, you have Rolling Stones. Yeah. So in addition to the BB king's blues club we have billboard onboard. And Lincoln center stage Lincoln center stage, you're given a new venue from what was the cuttings damn simply because it where it was before we need to make space for the rhinestone rock from and to be honest the space where they are. Now is better designed for it. If you go into the BB king's blues club known as Lincoln center stage performing I mean, the room itself is to tears it's designed like the inside of a violin. The walls have these beautiful beautiful wood and metal styling to looks like the inside of organ, so it's it's just has that feel to it. It has a bigger room. A biggest Spacey you more people can actually come and sit in the lessons. You have more people. They get a chance to listen to the beautiful music from Lincoln center stage. And then on the other side you have built on board where we have a GOP Anna's playing chart-topping hits off billboard. And then just on the other side of that. We have a newest addition the ultimate live rock, then you'd see the Rolling Stone rock room, which has been a huge hit so far. It's it's shake things up a little bit. You know, some people some people are into it. You know, some people are not so rock and roll. But that's why we have the variety. Everybody has something. But no matter what happens in the evening. You can go from one venue to the next to the next to the next, and it's wolf Kloss entertainment. No matter where you go and the live music aspect is so great, especially. When you're at sea. And you've you've explored a something's for so long outside. Then you come in and enjoy a fun, relaxing evening of live music. And you've got John res- pretty much all over the place. We're gonna have Ross come back after the break. He's gonna talk more about the dining venues, will you can expect plus a little western Washington twist coming up after the break the army Napa know right now,.

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"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on KOMO

"And KOMO News Radio is so honored that Holland America asked us to be on board this ship during it's fun festivities, and it's dedication ceremony that just take place earlier with Oprah Winfrey herself. So tell us first of all congratulations on being named the first cruise director of the ship. It's going to be an honor. Absolutely. It's it's always a challenge when you bring a new ship out from the point of the built through its inaugural. Of course, it was very unique for us as well. Because we brace borough and you'll go straight across to Fort Lauderdale and ensuring to Christmas into new years. We had a few. Normal cruises. At least the o the Oprah magazine skills getaway crews. Yeah. So it's been it's been a rollercoaster ride, but it's been masks massively successful the sale on out of the yard was incredibly smooth at probably one of the best in our company's history. I mean, it's hundred and forty six years now that we've been around. So it's been incredible. The has been amazing. I can I cannot say enough. So it to be a cog in that wheel or a Lincoln that chain has been amazed. Is this your first inaugural team? It is for me personally. It is. Yeah. My ten years nervous. Were you nervous ever? I mean, really, and truly you can be honest with us. No, no, no. It's it's the pure excitement of being able to start from scratch. So you get to set the standard to make sure that the bar is raised high. And this the ship has been been producing some of the highest ratings. The reviews have been amazing. And it's it's always difficult with a brand new ship with new concepts on it because you don't know how people unnecessarily gonna react to it. So it's been great so Foucault tell us. What we can expect. What are some of the new things that are here on board that passengers have absolutely raved about well? From the perspective, we go tinged use the full dimension to our award award-winning music walk. So you know in existence. We started off with a B king's blues club, which has been a big part of our programming for many years now all of your ships. Right. Most of them it's on most of them. It's not on all of them. Because of course, the space needs to be there. So we'll signature and vista class ships. Obviously lot pinnacle as well. So all of the ships that pretty much leave out of Seattle have that on there. But tell us what BB king's is all about what what is that? So the BB king's blues club. It started off initially just as the rhythm and blues, you know, we had a five five six piece band we experimented with our member? I was it was on the new Amsterdam and the euro damn at the time where we trialed it out. And it was it was incredibly successful two point where we said, okay, we need to put this on all of ships. But when it comes to anything that you're putting on a ship. It comes down to cabinet availability. It down to the actual space to ensure that you can produce a high quality product. You know, with some of our ships that we had that are necessarily have the space full that which is why it's not on all of our ships because you need to have the right room in order to produce a quality product, you can put musicians in any room. But that doesn't mean that you're going to get a good product because it needs to be, you know, the room needs to be designed for it. You need to have the space the acoustics, you know, that's what it comes into play. But that was the very first part the inception of music walk. That's where it started. As I said, it's been such a huge hit that becomes synonymous with with on America line fantastic. Okay. So the newest things here on the new starting with the music, of course, you have Rolling Stones. Yeah. So in addition to the BB king's blues club, we have billboard onboard and Lincoln center stage Lincoln center statute, given a new venue from what was the cuttings damn simply because it where it was before we need to make space for the rhinestone rock from and to be honest the space where they are. Now is better designed for it. If you go into the BB king's blues club known as Lincoln center stage performing I mean, the room itself is to tears. It's designed like the inside of a violin. You know, the walls have these beautiful beautiful wood and metal styling it looks like the inside of an organ, so it's it's just has that feel to it. It has a bigger room. A biggest Spacey more people can actually come and sit in the lessons. You have more people. They get a chance to listen to the beautiful music from Lincoln center stage. And then on the other side, you have built on board where we have a GOP playing chart topping hits off billboard. And then just on the other side of that. We have a new sedition the ultimate live rock vineyard see the Rolling Stone rock room, which has been a huge hit so far. It's it's shake things up a little bit. You know, some people some people are into its, you know, some people are not so rock and roll. But that's why we have the variety. Everybody has something. But no matter what happens in the evening. You can go from one day to the next and the next to the next, and it's wolf Kloss entertainment. No matter where you go and the live music aspect is so great, especially when you're at sea. And you've you've explored a something's for so long outside. Then you come in and enjoy a fun relaxing. Evening of live music. And you've got John RAs pretty much all over the place. We're gonna have Ross come back after the break. He's gonna talk more about the dining venues will you can expect plus a little western Washington twist coming up after the break, we all try to be healthy. Once upon.

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"blues club" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Go there you go. So I listened for two hours every day. And I started to get really good. Then I went to Binghamton I started with with blues. Jazz bans. My first public performance ever was at Endicott hall, and and Binghamton and then when I came to DC in eighty seven after I graduated I started whistling at blues clubs like open mic nights. And then then I discovered that received. I mean, I would I would imagine it a blues club people would expect somebody come up there with a harmonica or something like that. But when you come up when you whistle. We ever booed off the stage. How did it work? Well, it's nice is that so simple answer is. No, thankfully, I was. Not booed off. Put people kind of giggle at first. Yeah. It's like the first time I did the national anthem. So I've done the national anthem at the wizards. I've done at the nationals. And and at first people are like you can hear almost a rumble through the audience. But then they realize you're not Roseanne Barr. Trashing the peace, and like, wow, that's really good. So the feedback was good. So anyway, I discovered this international whistling competition. And I show up cold. I didn't know how good I was relative to other champion whistlers. And I wanna prize the first year is in ninety three go back the next year. I win the grand championship on the tonight show on the today show all hell breaks lose. It is just insane. And so then for the past thirty years, I've I've been able to have these really interesting corporate jobs. I worked in the White House over on Capitol Hill and worked at the Carlisle group an investment firm for the past eighteen years, but then I had the whistling side by side. So I've just got to do interesting things with it. And so so I wrote this book about the intersection between Wall Street whistling and politics and just funny stories, and and the book is called find your whistle..

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"blues club" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Expect anything Liz, gentlemen. Welcome back to the noling podcast. We have a bit of a shorter episode for you today, myself Neil in DJ went out to the Callaway ads shoot in Carlsbad this past week and had a chance to sit down with some of the younger players on the Callaway staff, and because this is a shorter episode were actually bringing this to you commercial-free. They'll be no read on this podcast, and we sat down this up. So it's going to be with Ali Schneider. John's we had about thirty minutes to spend with him in in some of the the ads shooting. He was doing in photographs and video and all that stuff. He was nice enough to to grab a mic in chat with us for a little while if you remember all he was on the podcast several years ago, we talked a bit about his background. I'm hesitant to tell you to go back to those episodes because we didn't even have microphones back then. But if you want more on his background that episode is there in the archives. We kinda just roll right into it and talk to him about various other topics before we do get going. I do wanna point out that we have a few of the noling up holiday goodie bags. That are still remaining blues club goody box, actually and within these boxes. There's a beanie stainless steel tumbler, some interviews stride line socks, and there's a sleeve of the chrome soft in a U logo troops balls. These are no longer available to by. By the dozen. We sold those out in about a day. There's a bag of a hundred teasers knowing up stickers towel. This is a perfect holiday gift. Just send this link to somebody and have them get this for you for Christmas. There's no point in arranging the ranging the surprise in that regard. And also, we got pullovers belt sweatshirts. They're all going fast. We are fully stocked on hats, and we also had the script tour visors back in stock for the first time in a long long time. So pro shop dot.

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"blues club" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

"Yeah i see how their tap into but their ages is is what yeah i agree it didn't feel like they they didn't do it properly weird and i just i shouldn't you don't own people even if you make one from scratch you don't own them and own the children that even if you make them from scratch sorry about how you brought up in other movies of the genders were reversed and if two fifteen and sixteen year old girls made twenty three year old man hunk man yeah and then i'd be very awkward so with them no one would have seen that movie even in the kidding there would be would have been outlawed would have been like we're gonna burn this movie tonight yeah that that is that is something that i didn't think about but yeah that's that makes it feel even croupier but but then racial blue seen and that when they walked made me so uncomfortable so uncomfortable with just walking being like we don't belong here yes yes that was the first thing i was like you guys went to another club that had all white people would you have said the same thing the same age not right i wouldn't have said that then i've been to a blues club in the south side of chicago and the rat and i didn't have that feeling at all from people even though it was one of the few white people i wasn't the only way person but i was one of the few people there and then i was cringing at like i was imagining myself as actors in them being like i'm here because this is a job but a hate this.

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"blues club" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Free as in emigrated as someone who has had so many experiences whether it was going to garfield high school seattle which was forty two percent black 36 percent white uh and sixteen percent asian i have too many experiences perhaps taking the placement of let me mommy yom drunk and crown on vietnam in a bad volk onomatopoeia bob moon bombs 10th grade a good friend of mine gave me a underground hip hop mix tape uh with with groups from philly like louis logic ed new york and most death uh and i realize this is so beautiful it so direct and it must it stands very intentionally apart from the paradigm of of western music that i had grown up with as as a classical musician by junior year of high school i was really hungry to express not only the music that had been written by dead white men five hundred years ago granted i love rebel i love tchaikovsky and they have taught me so much about myself and and the expression of of emotion but junior year was right around when i i realized i needed to sneak off to blues club and jam and and learn what some of these disparate roots of american music were what is enough in the world the pick for the slight net fresh likeness game is crazy gasol lazy to break down profiles more than baby and so having the looping machine allows me to manifest a lot of as diverse experiences whether it is hiphop the classical music or jazz i can access the emotion of a song briefly through the different vocabularies that i find most authentic to myself couple minutes pass from a conscience couple of events dilemma unconscious i'm like a practical sense champa paddock alabama swayed rainbow blessing until a balmy media place when a messed up i need to pass the baton needed nexus is the month system broke so what i'm trying to do and fall in is to unlock and share in some of those musical ideas.

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"blues club" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"blues club" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Spring said he mourned and it's coming back yet kids milan still back i'm so we wound up after the drivers that thing at this like eastla kind of place it's basically a budget latino people and it's we're doing that 80s like fucking weird sciencethemed look all were at the you know right it's when anthonymichael hauled takes them to that like blues club yet anthonymichael halls doing like a suit racist like at least that doesn't happen in this but also that same thing happens in that movie adventures in babysitting go to like a like a quote black club yes but so this will replacing it because we were well a so it's like let's go to this ligaments latin bar and it's like paul these shore is like pierre pressured into drinking andi'm like okay young like yet stony would not have a problem putting them back now that with the username estonia of course that's what he's doing the is easier than half of the fatah all the time exactly the entire time this movie he is fucked up new half's paint until dry and the eats the chips but that's it's kind of the rise in paint chips totally on the pain ship grinded kaylynn matter brain cells the house i'm gonna pay your drew does there so you got the page oh man paynehey where's your mom's house cleaner let's clinic caveman but saved some further ways though yet somehow they like not only like do that crazy driving chorus thing but then they just steal the car and driver.

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