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"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Years in los angeles city college he played contemporary classical works by stravinsky along with jazz musicians. Like art in jimmy knepper. He listened to everybody from all the great classical composers of the day. Like schoenberg to charlie parker to the birds in the backyard to apparently field recordings of pygmy yodeling. Who know the sound coming out of each of eric. Dolphins horns is unique in yet. In my charlie parker episode. I described as alto saxophone playing to be more bird than bird. I know that's impossible. Perhaps he sounds what i wished. Bird sounded like can be an acquired taste. It's not for everybody but you could say coffee beer. An acquired taste as well. And i'm pretty sure half the world over lakes at least one of those so is remorse That was god. Bless the child with eric playing bass clarinet from the in europe volume one elm the song had been written and recorded by billie holiday in nineteen forty one in no other version of god bless. A child sounds anything like your dolphins version. Some of you might be saying. Thank god now. That's not nice. My lehman ears can't really hear the link to the original song. I think dolphins version is one of those complete reinventions of a song akin to jimi hendrix. Completely remaking bob. Dylan's all along the watchtower. If your search any critics views and eric dolphins recordings the consensus choice for his best work or greatest artistic. Achievement is the nineteen sixty four album out to lunch. It has every essential five-star masterpiece landmark lp superlative attached to it in everything you ever read about it. it's definitely got the personnel to back. That claim up. He had the hottest drummer the times on the session. Tony williams for miles davis's ban yet a basis. He had worked with on several occasions within various lineups. Richard davis one reviewer described office. Relationship with davis as telepathic is if they completed each other's thoughts yeah the ultimate sixty seidman trumpet player in his former roommate. Freddie hubbard bobby hutcherson on vibes. Who's playing dolphin. Claimed open about more while pianos seemed to control you on paper. It's about as fantastic and album eric. Dolphin fan like myself could ask for however the only problem is that when i listened to it all those years ago. I didn't like it very much. That is to say it didn't meet expectations and is also to say. I already had a handful of solo albums and enjoy them quite a bit. I liked what i heard and playing coltrane span absolutely loved what he played with. Charles m- aengus. I listened to him in a couple of other settings and love those records as well. Why do i like the consensus masterpiece. What's up with me again. Canada's just like what everybody else likes took me a long time to figure it out. With a singular voice blasting out of his horns dolphins playing usually elevated as material. He often elevates the players around him but for me..
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KCRW
"As if love or justice or peace can be debated. Pay no attention to the ground there. Stand on is if a sale can I buy it if so, put me down. No, no, no. I'm sticking to the world. We I'm sticking to the world. I'm sticking to the Earth in the ocean and the sun And you all better be glad. As else I get a gun. Kill everybody. I think it's worth an ounce of lead one by one point blank in the head. You see? Violence is not far from a man if he's abused. Do you want? Terminally Rather utterly confused. Injustice and its many colors and shades. He won't go alone when he goes to the grave. I'm angry. You better recognize. Was I got a reason. Mm. Yeah. Mm. Mhm. Mm. In the message. Mhm. Mhm. Mhm. Music from the Great and Drew Hill. A beautiful day, and it's always a beautiful day when there's chance on the radio. That's a blue no doubt, actually. Yeah, you know, an album by Andrew Hill. It's called New Pinocchio and Mr Arm. And now Bandy in Pianist, um, starts his album out with this tune called Sermon. Let's negotiate from the album called Amen. Now I know this cat. I know. He's a friend of Branford. Marcellus. I know he's an actor. Just don't know the brother's name not to find that out, man. Of course, Bobby Hutcherson. With air from the album components. This is Billy Bang, Bama Swing Bang on Uh huh. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. Bumbles. Mm hmm. Yes. Mm hmm. Mhm. Yeah. Thanks. KCRW..
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KCRW
"A question for you. Do you think is The greatest misconception about jazz. Well, I'm glad, actually really Glad you asked me that the misconception about jazz is nobody seems to know actually, what jazz is I mean, you asked 100 people, they'll tell you 100, different things. And, um You know this word jazz. A lot of musicians really don't like it. You know, they rather choose black American music or classical music as opposed to jazz because I think some set of people set up this word called jazz. And when they did, that they played a certain music under it. And then they just started calling everything jazz. So You know, everyone feels differently about this word jazz. I mean, it doesn't bother me as much, but some musicians would rather not use it. I think it's a great way to celebrate, you know, eclectic music of on guard music, you know, traditional jazz, and when I say traditional I'm talking about, you know, the bebop and all of the hips off. I'm not talking about Dixie land or tragic as or any of that. There's so many different versions of it, so people really get confused, But, um, I look at it as this this just beautiful, cerebral. Sound that gets inside of your body that you relate with. You know those those waves of jazz relating with your body waves? I can't let you go without mentioning Boli Bo. It's one of the great Syria at KCRW that we had, and it was just such a wealth of knowledge and talents. Was there ever special moments of working with bully boards? Well, Bo and I met when we worked together in another jazz station in town. You know, he worked there for a while, and we ran into each other at a concert at Royce Hall is like man. Like I miss you, man. I won't you come do some stuff with me. So coming into the studio with Bo and doing shows together was really really fantastic because Bo has Ah, very rich history and sense of the tradition and he knows his music man. I mean, he could tell you stories, and so I like to lean on. You know, necessary cutting edge and what's happening now, so I like to bring music that he hasn't heard before. And that's kind of how our shows together would work. He play if you and I play a few and mine were based off of what his sounded like, So we still blended together, But it was a learning and loving experience, Man. Beautiful person, Bo Liebowitz. We miss him. I'm so glad that he brought me in to do shows with him. You know, we did a lot of tribute shows to Charlie Hayden in Ornette Coleman and Bobby Hutcherson and just It was great doing those sets with both really special cat, man. Thank you so much, little Roy. It's been such a pleasure to have you here with us today. And before you go, we got to ask you. What is the song If there is one that made you fall in love with jazz? Oh, my goodness. So McCoy Tiner is album is one that I really loved. It has so many rich and wonderful sounds kind of like those in the guano piece that we heard a little earlier. The album is called extensions, and the piece is called Message to the Nile. McCoy Tiner message from the Nile from the 1973 album Extensions featuring Alice Coltrane on Harp, Gary Bartz and Wayne Shorter on Sax. Ron.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KCRW
"NPR News on Janine Herbst, a top official for the U. S effort to develop and distribute a covert 19 vaccine says they're on track to ship 20 million doses by the end of the year. NPR's Jason's lock and reports. This comes less than a day after the FDA issued an emergency authorization for the modern a vaccine. U. S. Army general Gust. Perna said that distribution of the second covert vaccine authorized by the FDA this month Has already begun. Doses have already been moved to distribution centers. Earnest says it will begin arriving at sites by Monday alongside visors vaccine in total between Fizer and Madonna. We have allocated 7.9 million doses of vaccine and we're ready for that distribution panel also responded to complaints from governors that their allocations of visors vaccine had been reduced for next week. He apologized and said there were fewer release a bill doses than originally thought. Jason Slotkin, NPR news and with more doses of vaccine heading to the states, the U. S continues to see an alarming number of deaths each day from Cove in 19 and coronavirus cases arising in about 20 states with some of the biggest spikes in the West Coast in the Southwest. Will Stone has more for the second week. The U. S recorded more deaths than ever before in the pandemic, according to the Cova tracking project. Infections are spreading most rapidly in California, Tennessee and Hawaii. The number of people hospitalized has hit new highs in Nevada and Arizona in southern California. The available ICU beds are full in some counties. Meanwhile, some states learned this week they get many fewer doses of vaccine than expected, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee says after conversations with federal officials, he's reassured the delay is not due to a long term challenge with production for NPR news. I'm will Stone in Seattle. And there are more than 17.5 million confirmed cases in the US with more than 3 314,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. His first comments about the massive cyber security hack that affected multiple government agencies. President Trump is downplaying the effects. MPR's Ayesha Roscoe reports. He also contradicted his own government officials who have said that Russia is most likely behind the attack. President Trump says that the media is making the cyber attack look bigger than it actually is. Trump tweeted that he had been fully briefed, and everything is quote well under control. He had been silent about the hack that is involved at least a half a dozen federal agencies. But Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called it a very significant effort and said that it was pretty clearly Russia that launched the Hack Trump without offering any evidence said that China may be responsible for the attack. He also falsely claimed that voting machines may have been hacked as he refuses to acknowledge he lost reelection. Asia. Roscoe NPR NEWS This is NPR News and support for NPR comes from progressive insurance offering Snapshot, a program that adjusts insurance rates based on safe driving habits. Now that's progressive. Learn more at progressive dot com or 1. 800 progressive. Well, hello. Here we are back with more music, its main arena caramel sitting in Not sitting in. What am I talking about? I'm standing here as I usually am, every two weeks at KCRW. So happy to be here with you on do you know this year? We've had a lot of losses, including a lot of Great musicians in our community have left us, but they've also left us with some beautiful music. One of those recently was the great Stanley Cowl, a jazz pianist who started playing around the age of four. In Toledo, Ohio, where he was born, and he was inspired after seeing Art Tatum when he was six years old, and then he studied later with multi instruments multi instrumentalists Roland Kirk. And also played with Marlon Brown, Max Roach, Bobby Hutcherson, Clifford Jordan, and so many more amazing jazz musicians. And he also I believe was a teacher. Of piano to some artists that you may enjoy as well. So with that being said, I just want to give a salute and arrest in power to Stanley Cowl and play you. Ah, gorgeous song that I love of his called a Nightingale saying in Berkeley Square here, this.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KCRW
"It's rejoice from Pharaoh Sanders. 1981 double album. Composition by Sarah Sanders on sax, Bobby Hutcherson on vibes. Elvin Jones on drums, John Bonham Piano and the Voice of Because Zuko Ishida ahead of that, Kelly get lying cold cut with shepherd song from this Worldwide compilation of artistry. Johannesburg Los Angeles London assault with a couple ahead of that bow is from untitled black, his features Michael Kiwanuka and opened up the hour today with a song called Free From a Brand New Salt album. It is dropping tomorrow called Untitled. Rise in parentheses rise. I said this before, but that salt album entitled Black is is probably my favorite album of 20. Not Probably, It is my favorite album of 2020. And I was just listening. Only got about half of this new album before I came on the air with you today, and I can't really play the whole thing today because of It's not coming out till tomorrow. And I appreciate salt for letting us play free. Today and morning becomes eclectic. But tell you what. We're going to really deep into that on new music Friday tomorrow. Unbelievable new work. I don't know how they do it. Thanks for being with me today. Thanks for being with us here. A K C. R W It's just So good to feel your energy out there, and I hope your day is off to a positive start. There may be a teeny bit better. Stay close. It's morning becomes eclectic. Kcpw sponsors include Apple News plus Los Angeles is local news is now in Apple News, plus a daily feed of politics, culture and events happening in and around the area. One month trials of Apple.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Time Saver Goof Tiger, Max, stay goose or backdoor grayness or it will get me every single time is also big market teams right here, son. Again. Thank you to markets for that wonderful theme song. One final disclaimer on this episode or rule, I suppose, is because Mac and I have so many different songs out with me because Mac and me have so many different songs on our list. If we agreed on a song that gets the tie breaker, as opposed to how we usually do it where, whichever one has the higher number within it gotta say if someone left a song off their list that kind of gets hurt by okay, I would say, Yeah, I'm fine with that, Mac. Are you ready to start our top 10? How many's some television The answer is 11 podcasters tied at number nine, but technically tied at number, 10. Okay, see, that's suicide is painless. Mashed baby. But the best part of the song I played suicide is painless. I know. But you didn't play the best part of the song that's actually in the opening theme, like the first five seconds. That song is the best part of the song. I think then yelling Suicide is painless is pretty good. Either way, ma'am Ash I had at number four. I had it Nothing on my list, so it didn't make your list did not make my lip mash theme song didn't make your list. There's a lot of good theme songs. This was but alas, so I feel like Matt. Wow, that's shocking Me because I feel like MASH is one of the original theme songs that even as a kid you heard and you associate it with mashed even if you never saw an episode of mash. So so I think that goes a long way mash ran from 1972 to 1983 You like those pretty good right? Song's called Suicide is Painless. Perfect for a comedy. Well, perfect for Mash, a dark comedy, one of the original dark comedies of television. And the composer Bobby Hutcherson believe played for the Tigers from 95 050. Sure, we'll go with that, You know, War of 24 along baseball career actors, long career as a composer was a lefty. He never wanted to leave Detroit. Yeah, mash is one of those shows that you cannot appreciate when you're younger. Oh, my God. When you're older, and you watch it, you look great show. I want everyone right now on Twitter to tell us the age that you realized mash was a good show because As a kid. It's something that your parents always want because it was on its indication, or if you're old enough, it was on and it was so topical t like it came out in 72 is a tropical. Yes, It was a lot of good weather. They like Froot Loops. I just think they do an amazing job on that show again. We talked about Have we talked about TV show finale. So what do we do That episode? I did a six pack on it, Which means no one listened to it. Okay, Mashed has a great finale. I just You know, I did weirdest television finale, So I focused more on like David Holm. Okay, Mass. Does a wonderful job at being funny, but also digging deep in getting emotional and it's just I think it's a very good depiction of real humans, which a lot of these shows don't do A good job. Mack also at number 10, but technically Number nine, but let's just call it number 10. With MASH. I thought there was 11 solve.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here, the ocean just outside the door. And on the small stage in front of us. Paulo West is belting. It all started with a guy named Pete Douglas. He was a beatnik Beach rat who moved 1/2 Moon bay in 1957 with his wife, Patricia. They bought an old beer joint where they lived and hosted impromptu jam sessions. He loved jazz. This is his daughter, Barbara. Rishi, who runs the place now. I mean, he grew up in Hermosa Beach in the area. He was sort of a child of the big bands. He loved to dance. One day in the early sixties, Douglas was dancing with some friends and listening to some box. So one of his friends went down to the beach and started lighting dynamite. I don't know why, as the dynamite blew and they kept on dancing to Bach, one of Douglas, his friends said, This must be the Bach dancing, a dynamite society. And sure enough, one of my dad's attorneys friends who was there that he said Yes. Let's incorporate this thing with an official name and organization in tow, Douglas built a two storey house onto the beer joint and move the jam sessions right into his family's living room. He would set up a temporary stage and then we would swing the couch around right up to the stage. And so the people that first got here where the luckiest cause they could just sit right on the couch and watch, you know, hear the music. Vocalists eventually added on a performance space next door with room for just under 200 seats and a small stage pianist Bill Evans recorded a live album here in 1973 wood paneled walls are lined with photos of jazz greats that have performed here like Bobby Hutcherson, Carmen McRae. I fell in love with you. The first time I looked into them their eyes you stand gets. And today Paulo West wanted by literally can't remember performance I didn't really enjoy Rob Pelinka has been coming to the box since he first moved out here from Boston in 1978. Today he's got a bottle of wine that is sharing with his wife, Julie Coward. One of the perks of the Bach is you could bring your own food and alcohol. The experience is just makes you happy to be alive in the house to say, But cower says it's not just the music and the libations that keeps them coming back to the Bach. We meet the nicest people here. It's just welcoming and wonderful vibe of the group. And I think sitting or answer you can feel it. Two. And then there's the view. I find Kevin Daniels out on the second floor deck, looking out over the ocean with his wife to watch the sunset and listening to jazz here. I can't imagine any place on the planet that's quite like where we are right now. It's the kind of place that regulars like Julie Coward, kind of hope stays hidden gem should never come here. Come here. But putting on about 30 shows a year isn't cheap, so finding more regulars could be the key to keeping the box filled with music for years to come. For the California report. I'm Ryan leaving in half Moon bay. Like most music venues around the state, the Bach Dynamite and Dancing Society is closed these days due to Cove in 19 But they're planning TTO Livestream some free concerts this summer..
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tied at number nine but technically tied at number ten okay the lines and I can see bring some babies the best part of the song I've played suicide is painless I know but didn't play the best part of the song that's actually in the opening theme like the first five seconds that's always the best part of the song no I think them yelling suicide is painless it's for a good either way mass I had at number four I had it nothing on my list didn't make your list did not make my last match the sun didn't make your list there's a lot of good theme songs this was gonna last now I feel like Matt wow that's shocking to me because I feel like masters one of the original theme songs that even as a kid you heard and you associate it with mass even if you never signed up so the match so so I think that goes a long way mash ran from nineteen seventy two to nineteen eighty three I feel like that was a pretty good right the song is called suicide is painless perfect for a comedy perfect for mash a dark comedy one of the original dark comedies of television and the composer Bobby Hutcherson who I believe played for the Tigers from ninety five to oh five sure we'll go with that you know war twenty four into long baseball correctors longer to compose a lefty you never wanted to leave Detroit yeah matches one of those shows that you cannot appreciate when you're younger oh my god when I was young and older and you watch you like great show I want everyone right now on Twitter to tell us the age that you realized mash was a good show because as a kid it's something that your parents always watch yeah I was on vacation or if you're old enough it was on yeah so topical yeah like it came out in seventy two is a tropical yes it was a lot of good whether they like fruit loops I just think they they do an amazing job that Sean again we talked about how we talk about TV show for now is that we do we do that up so I did a six pack on it which means no one listen to it okay mass as a great finale I just all right now I did weirdest television finale so I focused more on like David Wilhelm yeah okay masters a wonderful job at being funny but also digging deep in getting emotional and it's just I think it's a very good depiction of real humans which a lot of the shows don't do a good job at mac also at number ten but technically number nine but let's just call it number ten tied with mass I thought there was a lot of.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The in nineteen fifty nine about and smart music going to a win for in time to nineteen sixty eight Courteeners time for tighter the quartet date with the what kind of piano Herbie Lewis on bass free weights on drums and Bobby Hutcherson on vibes recorded in.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on Fresh Air
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"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KCRW
"This is like my musical father and nothing can on the earth is make you feel not only with the music this person he was beautiful dude man my god Bobby Hutcherson spiritual is to name the tune from the album cold winds one and Archie Shepp doing one called wise one from another and album called ballots for train this time it's on the Columbia jazz label Mr Archie Shepp and that's how we do it made here man the show's co just jazz but you know that can and do a little bit old school the nine so or or and music from Dewey Redman Cecil Taylor and Elvin Jones beautiful music right here on key C. R. W. indeed tunes called it brother do we read.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on Classic Races
"In fact racetrack in India from that standpoint because you set your car up you know a couple of days that you have to practice and stuff and then when the race starts track get slick and array so it be international. It is indeed an aggravating racetrack unless you find it just exactly to your liking all day long and come up with the right setup the getting the northwestern bank four hundred underway here this afternoon to cover the action for us up in the north end of the speedway will be Eli gold school over there right now Barney the one other element of this race track that we haven't yet mentioned is that going into turn number one opposite from where we are you're going downhill into the corner and you go uphill on the back straightaway coming towards us here and turn number three consequently turns three and four could be a bit easier to get through because you don't lose that sense of speed that sometimes you can get carried away going into turn number one so it's a difficult race track we'll be updating the story from atop the Holly Farms scoreboard here between turns three and four Mike Joy here talking with Richard Petty Richard I'm from north and I'd never heard of goody's headache Qatar's until I came south to cover nascar racing you probably never heard Tila Fried Okra either well you can keep that but I'm sold on headache powders the folks that towards the front anybody in particular DR goodies gets rid of all my driving headaches and hamper a lot of years let's get out of the starting grid is the driver's trapping into their cars and it just about set fire the engines jared the front of the field while we're standing by with Kyle Petty's WHO's drives would rather seventy seven Ford his best qualifying effort ever in history or I think he had six place defying effort once before but here in fourth position today he was second fastest on the first day of qualifying and right up there in the thick getting his safety paraphernalia buckled up right now how can you hear me how do you how does it look pretty good right now I don't know just depends on how hot too racetrack gets and how slick it gets and how good the car driver is all day we drove a car ran real good up here all week long and practices and stuff and in qualifying run consistent laps as probably take the day you have to think back a year ago you had one of your best runs ever right here in the northwestern bank four hundred finished in fifth place but ran with leaders all day it really the car drove super good day in really I think as we've always run pretty good aw Barney Suntan company Suntan preparation companies down in Daytona beach would sponsor cars that had told the five hundred and firecracker four hundred you know because that's people go lay on the beach it's under some of those companies ought to be here today because they could certainly to some business stands you they'll sit right out there and they'll come out when the weather gets really warm like it has North Carolina with two Salem driver Billy Kimmel in cavalier took over the lead with just about twenty laps to go from satch Worley and drove onto victory. Bobby Hutcherson Tommy outside Orleans went past second spot while sats rocky Mount Virginia finished up third Gerald Compton was fourth Don Miller was fifth Bob Jeffries Al Hill Melvin Swisher Johnny Johnston Gary Myers rounded out the top ten billy Middleton was the pole sitter last night was the Bush two hundred Bush late model sportsman series race and goodies three hundred Daytona invitational race Jimmy Hensley was the winner down at South Boston Virginia Jack Ingram finished up in the second spot and Tommy Houston was third Friday April nineteenth marked the opening of the new format of the Winston racing series for NASCAR short tracks around the country the new series designed to prevent point chasers if you will from having to travel all over the region three and four nights a week to gain points in big races and local weekly events the new system says only the regular distance regular season events will count and only from April nineteenth until mid that September more than fifty weekly racetracks across the country participate in the series more than three hundred thousand point at point fund money will be available to the weekend warriors who race it Nascar sanctioned racetrack so that all kicked off Friday night well the drivers are in their cars it won't be too long before they'll fire them up and we'll be back at the northwest bro Speedway to take a look at the starting lineup and get this underway for you in just about a minute.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"President trump is just to name an executive order by which he intends to gather data in lieu of US citizenship question on the US twenty twenty seven I'm Jamie Floyd this is All Things Considered on WNYC German chancellor on glow Merkel has developed a noticeable tremor there is a lot of criticism a YA you'll showing all that footage of her shaky this is the suspect and why would you do that the public politics of miracles health at this hour lost in Mississippi a female reporter is denied a ride along with the gubernatorial candidate without a male colleagues present and grandpa always thought the confederacy we won the war view the sort of trust after news headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer president Donald Trump is dropping his bid to include US citizenship question on the twenty twenty census trump announcing at the White House he will pursue other avenues for asking the question after the Supreme Court blocked his efforts from social instead seek the information you want to be an executive action I am hereby ordering every department and agency in the federal government to provide the department of commerce with all requested records regarding the number of citizens and non citizens in our country from blamed what he called on friendly courts for tying up the citizenship question you know it's one represents a major defeat for the president has been pushing to have it added to the upcoming national head count the government has already begun the lengthy process of printing the census questionnaire with out the question of citizenship army officer slated to become the next chairman of the joint chiefs says Iranian aggression in the Middle East has increased since the U. S. pulled out of the Iran nuclear deal more from NPR's Tom Bowman general mark Millie told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Iran and its proxies have been mounting attacks for many years and killed some of his soldiers when he served in Iraq and Millie says a runny behavior is only gotten worse since last may when the you is pulled out of the multi nation around nuclear deal their intensity of mine activity I think is increased since that event still general Millie says he agrees with the current joint chiefs chairman general Joe Dunford that the US unilateral withdrawal from the Iran deal makes it more difficult to build cooperation among allies to counter such a running behavior Dunford said he's working with US allies to design a maritime security force to keep an eye on a run in military boats in the Persian Gulf tone Bowman if your news Washington a federal study shows many gay and bisexual men are now where there is a drug that can prevent the spread of HIV but most are still not taking the expensive medication impaired Richard Harris reports on new findings from the centers for disease control and prevention federal health officials are urging people at high risk of contracting HIV to take a daily pill to block the virus which causes aids and the word does seem to be getting out the CDC surveyed gay and bisexual men and twenty urban areas in twenty seventeen and found that ninety percent are now aware that the drug could help them that's a big jump in awareness since twenty fourteen and use of the drug among those who could benefit surge from six percent to thirty five percent that still leaves a lot of room for improvement the CDC finds that use of the drug remains low among black and Hispanic men one big impediment the drug can cost two thousand dollars a month and insurance coverage is iffy Richard Harris NPR news government's main inflation gauge barely budged last month the labor department reporting the consumer price index rose just one tenth of one percent makes clothes on Wall Street Dow was up two hundred and twenty seven points the nasdaq closed down six points this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC I'm Jamie Floyd the New York civil liberties union and the ACLU are seeking to block immigration and customs enforcement from deporting thousands of immigrants who missed their court appearances the suit was filed as the trump administration warned officials there looking to arrest them starting this weekend attorney Bobby Hutcherson of the New York civil liberties union says thousands of immigrants have unknowingly missed court orders and it's not their fault there are people who receive notices with with big days with states that do not exist like September thirty first there are people who receive notices with no dates at all there are people who receive notices that the wrong address he says deporting them without another hearing would violate their right to due process the department of homeland security says it doesn't comment on pending lawsuits a former member of governor Phil Murphy's administration could be facing more legal trouble if he does not respond to allegations in court that he raped another state official W. 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"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The nineteen eighty six disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine down a part of the Soviet Union his book published this year is midnight in Chernobyl the untold story of the world's greatest nuclear disaster over the months that followed the accident more was learned about what actually happened and again there's fascinating stuff in the book about people going inside the reactor looking for missing fuel but there was a trial of six of the plant operators their words it was a report to the international atomic energy agency other reports and documents and it seems clear that the scientists understood that while there was operator error in this disaster that the reactors themselves were fundamentally flawed and safe I mean want one of the I think of the premiere of the of the party actually told Gorbachev at one point this kind of accident was inevitable in the end was the world with the Soviet people told the real story about this not they want by July of nineteen eighty six a not really that long after the accident call the children the rest the pull of your work well almost fully informed of of what really happened they knew that the ratcheting badly designed thing use of these design faults are being covered up they understood that the operators themselves and made a series of mistakes but it was also clear that the the role of these design falls is pretty significant and as you say yeah Nicholai Ryzhkov the prime minister said in this public urinating in July you know if it hadn't happened here it would have happened somewhere else sooner or later but then they you know they made a traditional Soviet decision which was that late presented the Soviet people in the world at large with a bowdlerized in this representative action of the story which was to blame the operators entirely because they realize that you know the the the the person who took credit for designing this rack to I'm not totally Alexander was the head of the cut channels institute he was an octogenarian prints of the scientific community he was someone who who could not be publicly felt it because you know the the the scientific establishment was was part of the heart of the communist state so they knew that they couldn't criticize him in public so they blames they lay the blame for the accident entirely the fate of the operators and the six men who ended up participating as the victims of what was effectively the final show trial in the history of the Soviet Union right and they got prison terms I think the most served longer service five years from the plant director but he was sentenced to ten right and then I have the have the the Soviet Union not collapsed heavy not being given time off for good behavior he might have served longer what do we know of the real harm of this accident I mean the thing the official death toll was in the thirties right but but clearly a lot more people suffered a lot of radiation exposure what we know of the harm of the accident the thirty three is a bit misleading because if I the number thirty one is the number of people who died in the four or five months immediately after the accident of acute radiation exposure that they received as first responders and then subsequently United these thank his records were of several dozen more people died of a radiation effects in the years after that but as part of the cover up the liberal to ban the Soviet government try to conceal the health effects of the disaster both on the liquidators who wanted to clean up after the accident and on the population at large so you know their individual I spoke to who who went to the doctor in the years after it happened you know complaining of these kind of mysterious clusters of symptoms and finds that the doctors would give them a diagnosis and tell them that they were over time like a lot of the problems and and that medical records were marked with the same phrase in every case ordinary illness not related to organizing radiation but beyond that there at the complexities of of epidemiology name that it's extremely hard to directly connect the effects of radiation with for instance solid cancers because the if the background levels of of cancer in the general population so high that it's very hard to pay cash levels of cancer that might be related specifically to radiation I notice that the Ukraine has opened the exclusion zone to tourism I went online and I saw this ad you know tours available from ninety nine dollars and up quote absolute radiation safety of the tourists guaranteed by our own studies would you recommend somebody saying I wonder how they arrive in those guarantees would you recommend without right I mean it's it it it's a fascinating place I must admit I've never been on a toll so I'm not I'm not quite sure what those might be like until it since I last went there I think in the end of two thousand sixteen you know the the toward this the pace of tourism and the level of tourism is really gathered pace so they're a narrow there's not one or two souvenir shops on the perimeter of the exclusions are and where you can buy you'll you know radioactive yellow mugs and and other artifacts in those recently ripple in Ukrainian press that there's I knew cleanup effort has had to be encased in an exclusion zone not this time to clean up radioactive material but together the trash that has been left behind by these tens of thousands of tourists so I'm not sure what experiences like today Adam Higginbotham thanks so much for speaking with us thank you Adam Higginbotham writes for The New Yorker and other publications his book is called midnight inter noble the untold story of the world's greatest nuclear disaster I have to take a short break jazz critic Kevin white had will review a new album from pianist George cables and this trio this is fresh AIR this is fresh AIR jazz pianist George cables was a favorite a company as a saxophonist dexter Gordon an art pepper trumpeters Freddie Hubbard and woody Shaw vivus Bobby Hutcherson and others in the nineteen seventies and eighties later cables began leading his own groups more often these days he performs with the hard bop all stars known as the cookers and with his own trio jazz critic Kevin white hat has a review of the panas latest CD George cables with the bumping taken felonious monks ugly beauty as pianist cables can come off as carefree and all business at the same time he gets a bright sound from piano in his rhythms are sprightly but he's not just flexing his wrists his solos reveal a deep sense of group and pacing and a mind at work he may start simply and gradually pile up the complications George cables on Wayne shorter's speak no evil George cables on piano yes yes yes yet on bass and Victor Lewis on drums from cable CD I'm all smiles the.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Play about the first woman to go pro in baseball's Negro leagues based on true events Tony stone tells a story of race gender and ambition in the Jim crow south tickets at roundabout theatre dot org this is fresh AIR on ninety three point nine FM WNYC coming up at three o'clock the take away then and for the latest news and analysis from NPR and WNYC on All Things Considered this is fresh AIR jazz pianist George cables was a favorite a company as a saxophonist dexter Gordon an art pepper trumpeters Freddie Hubbard and woody Shaw vivus Bobby Hutcherson and others in the nineteen seventies and eighties later cables began leading his own groups more often these days he performs with the hard bop all stars known as the cookers and with his own trio jazz critic Kevin white head has a review of the pianist latest CD George cables with the bumping taken felonious monks ugly beauty S. P. S. cables can come off as carefree and all business at the same time he gets a bright sound from piano in his rhythms are sprightly but he's not just flexing his wrists the solos reveal a deep sense of group and pacing and a mind at work he may start simply and gradually pile up the complications George cables on Wayne shorter's speak no evil George cables on piano as you see it on bass and Victor Lewis on drums from cable CD almost smile the title track come summer forgotten nineteen sixty five musical version of the yearling that closed after three performances.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Hell, yeah. Bobby hutcherson. I can't do that. If I had anything going when I think mushrooms when I trip I have nothing going on that night. The next day. What I'm saying is much gayer. Actually, I'm not saying that I can't you're having a Jaitley of Manton. I know I'm saying I can't no I can't just put them in his mouth and chew in them up because it's a whole it's a whole thing for me. That bit my mouth right now. It'd be a thing for a while gag red. Let's see let's see even read this. I made it up. No, I didn't read it. I've made it. No, somebody said that people that aren't smart can't trip. That's why. You never trip. Dude. I watch take six the to the fucking thirteen what it was thirteen who knows Christine six, and then I came back seven more feeling it It was was his his interest. interest. Even went to fucking hell backers he didn't like it. To sorta opener is it's the same Israel putting clothes thing. Thing. Was talking to aliens who were like, by the way, your boyfriend doesn't have assault. She wasn't actually as frantic as Louis mix. She was so sad or she was really sad. But she was. She would just go. And she goes, my is the same thing as when they're closed. I have no balm press. Her body ask the wall until we walked her to chair, and then I go, and then I hear and then I say, we're all gonna die. But. Yeah. Doing the me, and then they don't do anything to you. Do you? Take an eighth mushrooms in. You're like Kabunga. No, you know, we with jail. I just don't really go like into a to sail to watch some TV. And I'm like, I'm watching the wall. Yeah. There's way more than watching sixteen hours. I remember watching Jack when they were fishing for sharks with their own body, Stevo, whatever. Yeah. One of the sharks on going. This is the first EMT experience. Negative. Discovered by us. That's my tethered. So we may find our train. On with the MTA. What if this? Rendition other listening to or something. No, no. That's just. Bobby?.
"bobby hutcherson" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"First order is free only five dollars for shipping well here's a good thing this is gonna piss well i nothing says something by the i dunno does it make fun of and be liberal or if it's really make fun of people but the uk lead into it more yeah the uk warm reading here i wanna see i i haven't seen the story of it yet bobby hutcherson says to me it's a sounds absolutely fucking hilarious the uk as i drag event featuring performers with down syndrome so they've taken to taboos being being a drag queen anne retard is how dare you we're excellent we're actually watching the leftwing just collapsed into itself it's just all it's like imploding the most absurd like you can't call anything weird anymore the look at this look at a down syndrome drag who's totally nor could it just called this retarded people dress themselves fifty fifty shot they're going to go wrong i'd hate to fucking say that over some overseas figuring out something that we're not figuring out because i do think this is meant to be sort of funny and tongueincheek we'll see when we watch it but this couldn't possibly happen here and it's funny soda soda just got back soda just got back from sweden from overseas and jay over europe to bunch of places and he said it was weird he didn't feel that feeling over there of like you're supposed to be guilty and be a nervous and do you know what i mean he's he said he didn't share that like you know like the left is waiting for you to fuck it hurt someone's feelings vibe as a white dude walking around so yes europe home of the whites right but what i'm saying but this thing here but but i feel like we have to watch wait who's watching it is it do is it regular dudes who would be the targets other downs of people watching them well you have to be into downs and drag it's very limited any type of show really hard off while you're right i watch for the freakshow aspect you know what i mean but but like legitimate possibly being done without exploiting i mean it's called drag syndrome it's a show about drug game it's a great fucking name i'll be honest we i feel the conversation too i feel this conversation definitely went to it's like let's call it fuck in drag syndrome so it was like brilliant i guess the first shot dude i bet they were be moaning all the fucking crazy liberals was going on some like producers or writers room like fucking these guys do anything so you could do fucking drag show with down to people the sh and they both looked to each other like do it was like to it's like trading places it was just too billionaires making a bet i bet you can't do drag syndrome i'll take that wager i mean bobby hutch is the shit raining down this thing i don't know the answer to that question or you send stories so i thought maybe saw there was backlash on her some or is it just how do we feel about it i love it watch it let's go in with an open mind gang what's do it can i come to this yep that's downs downs alright back that up a little bit what was the last thing said before that it says the world's colliding just queens and kings tonight were dragged collides head on with town syndrome well tell you what your drag i hope you got a hard fucking hit exempt if you've seen these downs he kids i mean they're bringing heat rams fighting i mean that's a hard ball covered in if ever seen one when you start to make the jugglers look like a normal you know you're fucking well least there's only a small amount of towns people gathering the jug lows this is they're really not advertising that now they're really down your face no drags version where they kind of let down to do it never pretends to get into is that more than football to a fucking down's kid could you can you let a down syndrome kid find genuine real validated happiness in the world if you get him to a point where he accepts like well no i'm not going to win a ufc fight ever rather than having a guy come out and fight pretend right this is a rather than having guy did.