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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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03:28 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You to do something. You weren't able to do it because of scheduling reasons. Would it would never know alkan man y'all so I didn't realize if you dave matthews done anymore. Because i saw that you were played. It was a live version of lover. Lay down like one of my favorite. Dave matthews songs did that route but yeah well you know a jeff coffin plan. I guess or really. Like i didn't really get to know the roy that will the one time that they played in new york plane at jones beach and i want my son. So they're like come sitting with the bantus sounds ten. We just don't go to a concert near like a father and son night out go to music and then i wrote a nice letter because they hooked up the tickets in ruined letter to the man in the sand. Thanks it was great. You know in the next Play in luoi Weird atv accident died. It was wild. But i know jeff coffin really well so jeff comu- hey man god wants you to come play and i'm to sit okay. Some rally forty minute drive from me. and it just started i was hey. Can you make this gig and you do this. You know anytime. I can do you have it. That was fun. I mean as a great man. I love the band so they write great salt. How long does it take you especially when you're doing a deadandcompany or even when you're doing grateful dead. Their catalog is so damn expensive. Take you to study that or like do they. Just tell you to get and we fit in or like. How does that work do. I go in play. They call unlike unlike a lot of those guys used to. Just call us on stage. I would always kind of you lay back. The first or i wouldn't play and learn the changes in the form and listening to the ideas that it planned a little motifs in. Where can i play whereas if an incident on the second or if i can get in get in there and i can't i won't play i man i wanted to know wanted you to talk about your time central. That's my alma mater. I graduated in a one thousand. What brought you to central. And what is the climate like you talking earlier about the gospel players. It was very much like that when i was there as well. Everybody can search like now. I mean let someone host this great Kits and an item is perfect for me because when you go to the regular music submitted musicians on business you know. We had situation where one of our students.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:24 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Branko trumpet player. Russell gun wanted to go do his own ink so it all kind of just i said well. Y'all ain't doing. I really want to do this and were you doing tonight. Show as well around the damn it. I want tonight show. Free energy is five. I was doing tonight show when we were producing the first budget record. Okay okay got left. The show ninety five ninety five to tour with the band. You i can dig it. Did you just enjoy that more than the doing being on tv. I think that. Which is what i told you if tonight show were in new york problem with the state but only living in los angeles. There was no consistent creative musical let so. If i was going to stay. I would basically going be saying that. I was given up playing music because there was no place to play and there was no audience for it. So we were playing gigs and restaurants. Really in can start a few slip away so it really wasn't about the show jay those other things. It's just my instincts. Simple question if you stay here. You make a lotta money. So is that okay that you make a lot of money and you do this show. And you cease being functioning musician on the level that you're accustomed to on the level this year and the answer was enough but if it had been in new york those ill like plague exit night into keep my chops up and keep that home using musical input in. La is a very isolate. Lis- zaveri isolating place. I was really excited for you. All especially when Jim was moved to new york. I'm like in the you can play gigs after if you wanna do that. You're roused wanted to come for a second there. They're trying to consider like maybe we should go to la. And but the that's the other. Jimmy was starting to pick up some heat. Gotcha you didn't want to you. You've done everything. 'cause even hit me that i forgot your on chinese i i i love your smile. All rushing narda gotcha dan. I don't really care. Because all i got was like two hundred fifty bucks. Anyway right you like. Do you know the union rate liberalism ever. we're playing. We played a gig at this jazz club. Seizes eastern revealing neurotic candidate gates. Then i needed to play on his when okay. Yeah sure win tonight. i'm a grow. Come on he goes. Please sing. wilson is allocate. You begin to sleep making us as if fine so we went over the bridge marine county where created was and this is her ref track and played the rooftop. I never met her never met effort. You negotiated that sat out so you.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"So resonate man. Let's go do this thing with wasserman. Look to admit up. you know. And i always teased. Because you know he's really was very shy cat. You didn't and i would always like get spacing the all both. What do you think about that. He goes time. I mean we did warmer hustle. Take a real big hug and we split. You known rao wasserman prior to that. Oh yeah amazing. How will how you doing some stuff. And i met robin. I did some other thing. That robbed walla cats men. So what what did you think of of his bass playing. It's kind where where where do you have. You don't try to please people but the thing is is that rob base plan was grateful the music he was doing. Yeah i mean. I i like the way he plays bass in the stuff that he was doing like if he was trying to play loves rain probably were the worked. Yes very unique sandwich or upright but it was one of a sneak. Bates you know it wasn't like an acoustic upright bass was like this. It was like this solid body electric thing that a stick. I think they call it. The state chapman stick. That's okay cool us. Planning to chapman's. Is that the only time you recorded with. With with bruce hornsby. I played on a couple of bruises records. The loan with a talk of the town on that record. Aren't you want shadowlands. Who is that your soprano or is that someone else's probably okay. Yeah that's what to say. I think you are which shadowlands spike always uses. Also okay wait. I do wanna know have you properly scored a spike movie at. Aw or is that. Just always terence's lane like i thought that would have been a natural progression for do it and i was on the road in our funding has been digital audio workstations around and i would have done just just. I can't losing justice. I'm not here. You jazz keyboards piano player and a drummer. He wrecks stuff. Just get terrance. You get teed as your man. It'd be great and it's been great. We live.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Of the most controversial shootouts in american history. The nineteen seventy eight philadelphia police raid on the radical back to nature group move and one son's decades long belts of free and exonerate. His parents directed produced and shot by tommy oliver. With original intro music by the roots the film tells the story of a city grappling with racial tension and police brutality with modern day relevance in addition to examining that fateful day through i witness interviews archival footage. The film follows the journey of mike africa. Junior the son of to move members imprisoned for the death of a police officer during the violent clash and his lifelong commitment to finding out the truth about what really happened as he fights for the release of his parents whom he is only ever known through prison. Walls forty years a prisoner is now streaming on. Hbo and hbo. Max art unfavorable. No good buckshot. Do we go fucking shit. Premier books own phone go over. No you're good. You're it's your show. You're the you're the co leader just wanted to have movie and scoring of you anyway anyway. Look you're raising the hip hop happen legendary. You know we can name them all. Fight the power whatnot. What was your attraction to it and again like coming from the traditional base that you kind of entered our our conscious like. How easy was this to explain. Or i can hear the answer already. You saying i didn't give a fuck but wrecked got it was there any blowback from like your your inner circle of new orleans cats or by the new left new orleans or your family or anything about no. My family we got into it was thing going on the ropes. Thing and So that wasn't that wasn't encouraged. Or i mean it was more about it was more philosophical. It was more like you know he could get anybody to do that job. Jazz is really unique in. Need you out there and i said well were. You're wrong is. He can't get anybody who did that job. I do that shit at any. So right in was over do do. I'll be back. I see you in a couple of years. Great at agree. Sound weird man. 'cause i maybe i'm just acted the perception of that being so short sighted because that would draw me in seeing new and spaces that you weren't supposed to be in that shortsighted brings me back to the base that you came from 'cause outmost That might be hope. People will not.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:49 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Whatever you want man you know explain. Explain what it was. And i'm like yeah i'll stand on the corner in brooklyn play arts and ongoing and play crack jokes on people that went by is just insult people when they walk by the. Yeah for new and impression on that. I hope it's still need to basically short of branford needing a rustle up some money for for you know diapers and formula child in the great and i walked outside exist. Where do you want me to do to be a man. Walk outside the plan for. Chang's who who was the whole avenue. Like the premise of you know brooklyn larry's kind of awful now now there's also so. How did you get in. Throw momma from the train like at this point. Are you damn forgot about the trade. Yes i think. It was after this movie while i was talking. All of crazy shit in the mood. Wait i do have one question. Can you please tell me what you and sting or laughing at at the end of the title track of dream of the blue turtles anyway. He's you know what i asked me. Someone asked me what is the genesis of my laugh. And i think hearing you to laugh goofy laughing like i can tell. There's an inside joke so obvious that. I wish it ain't rolling out sting. Good it's not really it's mundane really still in for me. I get it. I just when whenever that laugh breakdown happens. I just you know we've had spike on the show. We we've talked about the scene for five minutes and then after the show was edited and completed. I went back to look at this clip. And i believe that you had a hand in that fight scene in school days. He told you it was. It wasn't okay. I don't know. We asked him. Because i think i talked to earn his dickerson yet. Earnest told me that when that step show happen When when the fight occurred that was a real fight. And then i asked about it. He was like. That was a real when i went back to look at the tea instagram. He's his water. He sipping tea right. Now he's sitting urban. Tell you the story. So i was. This was the deal with school days and was the tension. That real assignment was spiked. Tried to create this environment so the lights people in a better hotel we would have regular ass will tell but the reality is is men professional actors. I mean you didn't have to create that kind of tension they can create it on commit..

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Whose idea was it to use the classic davis quintet as the the background at least with you. Us shorter and brothers miles. But ron carter and well. When was playing with it win was doing a tool with them. As aquatic with ron rabin tone. Okay was playing by design or just like. Yeah they hire him to play on on the road. So i'm saying yeah. It was by design as though he was on tour with them when they recorded. That part of the record was in tokyo and so when comedy man be doing regular fly to tokyo uploaded tokyo. I see just growing up listening to your records. I have to personally say that You know i'd. I'd got your the first time i've got of yours was scenes in the city and the thing that struck me like i was thirteen when it came out. So the one thing that struck me about that record was the title cut. And the fact that you kinda predated. Dr drey prince paul. As far as like you know the way that you craft that that song as a sketch or as more like. I don't know how to describe it. Like stevie wonder's only person i know that used like dialogue or marlena shaw. She did it a little bit on it. who's bitches this web for that out more glue new. What was at least what. The title cut with scenes of the city. What was in your mind frame when are crafting that like as far as presenting a story with poetry. And the way that you we've been different music genres in and out like i was on a herd of eighty four at least for me as a thirteen year old. I never heard anything like that past prologue. That was made us to me. Did i heard insinuate yet out. Great and i eat my homeboy window. Pearson's the narrow that was window now when new york yard mahabir come through. This bump are paying. Yeah man. I do decimals. He's snooty straddling. i'm like. Yeah you're gonna get made you didn't even it's not like a one way do me a solid and i write some music for your movie. It was like no. You're going to get paid to come through this thing doubt. Oh play on the coleman mambo. Okay st all right so you had some based is in there. Those is nbc. Ed but yes. Four in base wasn't established knows. Eighty three was recorded. Eighty two the vanguard. I'm doing this man. Come through this hip okay. Those him and where robin eubanks smeeting was on it..

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Day in in the fourth month. Suddenly i heard what it actually works and on my holy shit is not even out is all in. It's all based on standard song. For and i came back to tell it gets y'all did mornings out hits That's not standard. saw andrew. Sonko you just have to listen to it enough to figure it out him in the the cat Somber and kirk i. It was the same kind of thing to try them. Just like i. Maybe i just don't. I'm not advanced enough to get it. What is it does. It does a documentary on our side that you should check out. I can't remember the name as a three-sided dream. Thank you three-sided dream. And he did a eight-minute performance on the ed sullivan. Show at a time. When jazz was not on ed sullivan and that is some of the most electric she. You'll see like some documentary it slows down as boring but then this makes like if you check on resigned in that you good don't end i got i got it down. You'll be like it was. It was your tenure. Was your tenure with blakey your first time in a professional like established jazz unit and was that also in the studio just on the road we did. It was mostly on the road. Yes it was first. Establish some things in new orleans with established musicians and my dad. We regularly gate. These older new orleans gets older like ten years older than me. John benyak visuals on drums. David torque announced he was the pianist. Conductor will be san phillemon of new orleans and in a jim singleton on base in nicole..

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Questlove Supreme

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"She you don't know how to so come on up and show me how to do it. And that's obviously like i'm like you know. Critics really killed him like so most of my real critics. Like these dead dude. I'm trying to learn how to play. Like i got good enough years. I know if i can play this shit will. If i can't play a well in if i can't play well i have to figure out how learn how to play. It will and they're not going. They're not gonna help learn how to do that. was it. was an example of something that if it's an older style older music something that you had to learn how to play well hugo so many of those i think easiest one is playing bouts. Most meyer players on audibly. Without tell you what i know so they you know 'cause they listen to train you know trainer. Play the melody and then you go into a to plan all this shit. So i want to do that but the thing is is that if you listen to train logically he could also play out very simply and very beautiful so what they do. Is they listen to train at the end of this process. And that's where they start their process. And i was saying gotcha are blakey's like man. You can't play valid worth shit. You parliament great. okay true. but that's all you got. Is there a solution enemies to check out. Been webster a moment. i'll listen to it a little bit. My brother delfi we would. We would always talk about music. Man i gotta get some more dim left. Getting ready to stinks. I two hundred eighty five. And my brother says i got a package coming in. It was two cassettes back in the good old days. We says and a package hookah says the walkman was that. They didn't have dismissed yet. They weren't they weren't there. It was a to been webster records. One with the oscar. Peterson trio and the other one. Which drinks i listen to these shifts every day for a year and a half now clamps down rocking out but every day at least once a day. Sometimes i'll things twice a day. I listened to both of these cassettes and a year and a half later without even trying to play just came up horn. I'm like damn that works okay. great. I'm and i was just beginning but in the break in the middle of it we will offer six weeks and i went to vanguard house plan with some people.

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Questlove Supreme

04:26 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Chop it up with someone who was of age at the time when jazz was really going through its eighty transition. You know what miles sort of going on his terrain trying to find a redefined himself and just at the time you were twenty assumed by the age of twenty were series about your craft and and you were at least in in the the young lions category by this point like at. What point are you now. Good all right cohen. Brandt will you work with me. At what age were you when you arrived. What age where you must ask you this because myself yes. When did you feel that. When was your arrival when when your father was like my son's killing it as far as that. My brother never said that but okay. He's never point. Was that with two thousand with cats with cats out with cats crouch and george butler sony and let them sort of as the old jazz guard and you know talked to like david moore and all those cats like an embrace trying to do their thing like what was the environment. Was it a civil war environment of people wrestling trying to figure out. I guess it may have been a civil war for those who gave a. I wasn't one of them so for me. No love it. I love it. It's my question like wait. What was it an environment like. You just didn't care about jazz. Critics in ask critics. It was a simple environment. Is the simple question for may nineteen. You got all these news. Completely sixteenth notes. It can play eighth notes. Solo can't play less young solo with the right tone in the right step in that included. Me so my thinking. Is that if we're moving forward. How can we can't play none of this other shit. i have a friend who's physicist physicists. Are really good at math. If my.

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Questlove Supreme

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Start screaming this feeling spirit. I win and that's what i'm talking about. When i talked about the base earlier does that. Music has a function depending on the style. It is in. The context is in as a function and what mata musicians wanna do is remove the function from the instrument because suddenly being a great instrumentalist is more important to be a great musician. I was gonna ask you. How do you determine as a musician. Canada win to walk the line. Between just kind of you know being a musician and then kind of be more you know a virtual so like winners it. When is it time to show off or is there ever a time to show and the song requires no other time. Gotcha with the grateful dead. That's never required to it. But who's that for right. That's just like a certain kind of self where you go in and you play all of these harsh. It enabled but literally to people in in a row for eighteen thousand people that will even know what it is. You suddenly become so disconnected from what it is. You're supposed to be doing. You plan a horn section. What does that mean. That means you in the background. That's what it means. You're gonna have your home parts. You're gonna be dancing. You're gonna be doing things. I mean you know you urban if i concert. Death greenhorn section. I'm are playing alto killion. Nobody audience know the name of the horn section. Did he notice you know. Everybody knew ver- dean was. Everybody knew maris worries me. Everybody who feel bailey was one hundred six months but that's thing we always function in the background. So i come from that and then i stopped playing. I'm still cool would be background. I don't need to be centered attention. Even though the nature would on wind up being the sentence when our play was in why do you always walk to the back of the stage when you a solo as it. Because if i stand in people are gonna look at me. And i want them to look at whoever else is so the walked to the back of the stage behind piano become shadowed. Look around dues. Owed the piano plays plant. Check him out. I'm not just gonna stand preen posture. Because i'm not insecure. I don't need the attention to be on. Remember sting was doing this a rainforest foundation concerts he do. These ramblers foundation customers for twenty years. He did a at carnegie hall once and it would always and he calls me says i need help and you don't want section. We're going to stack night. I'm sarah and i'll get back to so to loose ova who's trump with blood sweat and tears in played in the saturday night live band. Do gay got his trombone player from berkeley tim williams and i said i got a three point. Six lucile of tim williams in me and stinks has now wait a minute. You know we don't have any step performances as man i grew up in..

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03:40 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That we would otherwise think that i didn't have to stick to any guns win stuff to his nuns. Always when i was telling you play with the creates i played in youth orchestra. I bleed tread jez. I played all of these things. And i him and i was good at is one of the greatest trumpet players in the world. He played funk. But you didn't play it like you know you didn't kill it. Great trump play jaw rochet. Who was a more natural funkaway would like grow. I even heard of trumpet. Sound like that was wrong with him. But went lincoln we even think of man just decimal other and it proved to be right for him but for me. I mean i always had a net. Playing phone can play. I'm trying to find fix. You see my is a laundry. Somebody samuel picture the ban and wins in it. And i'm trying to find his picture. So i can send it to you boy. Okay what is your. What's your preferred weapon of choice as far as your access concern and you know bourbon. Well okay so masking this. Only because i know that you're proficient on tenor and soprano and like no disrespect to sydney boucher or or shorter or lacy or whatever. But i was always on the impression that i meant for like has has coltrane sort of not not ruined the soprano but has he made it a a hard mountain to climb for people to pursue a career soprano. Because you stuck to soprano. What really coltrane wasn't really what i would call it. Good soprano. When with john did was he ran out of room on attendance. We picked up the sopranos because he wanted to notes to get higher with mainland short. As thank fascinating to me was that he didn't play the soprano the same way he played. The soprano wasn't higher extension of his ten fling. He treated lightly was completely separate incident in. That was the thing that i was more drawn shea. The.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"It you know. It's like sports people to seriously. I saw i want love you. Nobody's awfully but it's not like well. I'm i'm not seriously since i'm not gonna play in college i'm like the nfl. They're trying to play you out there. So i was in this band and i took it very seriously learned learned. Everybody's dan parts but not digging certain using direct and i was thirteen so you know i took a very curious and i and i was prepared and i learned all the songs and stuff and that was where my head was lyndon got cliff brown and classical music and i thought it was great. I play classical music when i was young. Athlete clarendon youth orchestra right. I remember this is actual in most. Well it's as an old man. That's pathetic is a young person's story when you played saxophone said i was thirteen years old and i saw these girls in the first time that i saw growth. Now we walking. And i'm like falling behind them. Know what to do and they walk into a dance and a win in a band played you know can look in and i saw the band and i said jim one of those bands curls. I went home and said i wanna saxophone joined the band and my dad leads area okay. Whatever that's know christmas zacks. I was already in the band plant. I didn't wanna play here. I wanted to play saxophone in the band. So when i was fourteen i convinced his friend of mine crummy campbell. Who was a really great piano. I was not a great functional piano play. Three note chords the whole family who was in his other band. I think it was like jam incorporated. That's it may come join the creatives man and he was trying to wait a minute man. You play pm us not really. I don't play the van. Come to ban because i want to get a horn section because we have one player john Trump said i want to get a horn section. And i wanna get me on alto and wins the other trump and we have this three piece grip on on kerm. And he did it. So the phone in the band and carbon tip over hitting kermit is really musically knowledge shirt so we really got this using happening in the van. The bass player of august via manager. Wacho go get a veteran right and we will not to fire him if he didn't do it anyway and he. He became demand thing. And we got the hamilton brothers drummer guy mad at me and just quit bertrand's the you know who you are man you know you'll call me. I'm a grown ass man. I.

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:53 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Me. Like i can kind of tell when when when records kind of use in a way to one track was done on wednesday drag on thursday a lot of records productions. Now all you have to do is put on just about any record in any style from the sixties compared to now in this inorganic energy in those records because it was human beings That's the stuff that preferred listen to. But i don't really. I don't really get with the like you know like i don here thinking. Oh you know. I don't like i'll listen to it i. That's not my challenging. Music is interesting because it goes against the tenets of popular culture. Because if it's something that's really challenging really good your first instinct is not like you have to grow to like it and you don't usually use it that much time you know. It's not really don't it's not like it sucks. I'll put it on mar. It's listen is off. But sometimes i might get fomo. There'll be something like. I'll give you an example. When the chronic came out i hated the chronic. And i say oh shit sucks man this shit and but i have fomo because one else had his whole fifty million. Elvis fans can't be wrong. And i thought what is it mean. It's not accepting. And i realized that you know sonically dr dre was taking..

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"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:50 min | 9 months ago

"branford" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Forty years a prisoner protocols one of the most controversial shootouts in american history. The nineteen seventy-eight philadelphia police raid on the radical back to nature group. Move directed by tommy oliver. The film follows the journey of mike africa. Junior the son of to move members in prison for the death of a police officer during the violent clash and his lifelong commitment to finding out the truth about what really happened and fighting for their release forty years a prisoner is now streaming on. Hbo and hbo. Max course loves. Supreme is a production of i heart radio.

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Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says

Morning Edition

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Marsalis jazz family patriarch dies of virus complications, son says

"Ellis Marsalis the pianist educator patriarch of the most celebrated family in jazz died Wednesday in New Orleans he was eighty five his eldest son the saxophonist Branford Marsalis said his father died of complications from the coronavirus Ellis and his wife Delores raised six sons four of them became jazz musicians including Wynton del fail and Jason he was also a mentor to Harry Connick junior and generations of other musicians when Tompkins is host of the program music inside out which airs on W. W. and in New Orleans when I mean this is just such a huge loss it is a tremendous loss for us in the world and for music lovers everywhere actually Ellis Marsalis was committed to being a teacher and she wants to be a musician so he can help people all over the world and Louis Armstrong we appreciate modern and you know the Ellis park center here in the night or are they called him a master educator you know he came up in the nineteen forties and the nineteen fifties when modern dress had no money in the world nothing there were no schools but by the end of his life you know nearly every jazz musician who's from here or the study had a story to tell about how Ellis Marsalis inspired we're talking about Terence Blanchard thank you your contact book now thank you for that finally Nicholas Payton list goes on and not including of course Marcella they have wonderful careers at I was gonna ask I mean how much did he pressure them to go into into music and jazz in particular well you know what I spoke with him he you know he said that he never rule breaking news out of it you know he said he would wait at if the music and if they wanted to learn to keep with that by wanting them I know pointing out certain artists that they should be listening to and he was also very good at keeping brutal but very useful advice to players you know and that runs an internet connection here but always remark on that in interviews you know come quite famous explain elements helps with with top but but you know but they were the better for it and and obviously carry on again and my fellow spokesman center named Ellis Marsalis center for music named after the great teacher you know Ron you know every great jazz musicians have one thing in common and that is that the person is equally our front continue elsewhere what's that and you know if you ever

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Son: Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought virus

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Son: Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought virus

"Covert nineteen has claimed the life of a jazz great Ellis Marsalis has died Ellis Marsalis is the patriarch of the Marcellus musical family he was a jazz pianist he died of coronavirus according to his son Branford Marsalis Ellis Marsalis was eighty

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Son: Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought virus

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Son: Jazz great Ellis Marsalis Jr. dead at 85; fought virus

"A New CNN Orleans anchor jazz continues legend his battle Ellis Marsalis against Kobe junior eight nineteen has died even after as contracting he continues the new to do coronavirus his show from home Chris Cuomo says he wishes he had gotten coronavirus legendary for a month his piano ago when he skills says president Ellis trump Marsalis and others juniors were dismissing being described it as a hoax by New Orleans if the mayor hand Cuomo as said the prototype he would have used this of platform what we mean when as we host talk of CNN's about New Orleans prime time jazz to let his audience the eighty know five how year bad old Marsalis things can be was a teacher for those who get well called known in nineteen as the father comma says the patriarch as he slipped of Tuesday the musical night he clan got body that features chills so bad Wynton he chipped and Branford one of his teeth Marsalis he says nationally along with just four blew other our best sons chance to get in front he of was the virus featured in a instead two thousand of playing three catch PBS up on things special like testing after and retiring social distancing from teaching now at the Cuomo's university brother of Andrew New Orleans was governor the of family New York says state Marsalis he laments died that battling though he pneumonia holds the brought highest on office by the new in the coronavirus state he couldn't protect he had his been own brother performing I'm Oscar regularly wells Gabriel up until December I'm Jackie Quinn

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Ellis Marsalis, Jazz Pianist and Music Family Patriarch, Dies at 85

iHeart Podcast Channel

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Ellis Marsalis, Jazz Pianist and Music Family Patriarch, Dies at 85

"News Ellis Marsalis jazz pianist teacher and a patriarch of the New Orleans jazz family that includes famous sons Wynton and Branford has died he was eighty five New Orleans mayor latoya Campbell announced Marsalis's death earlier tonight Ellis Marsalis was born in New Orleans and stayed there for most of his

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"branford" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"branford" Discussed on WDRC

"Meredith the talk of Connecticut questions about China's reporting I'm Lisa listen Arraf fox news president trump appears to be changing his position on the reporting of cases of covert nineteen out of China president insists the relationship with China and president xi remains strong well working together a lot of different things including trade they're buying a lot this spending a lot of money still there is not much clarity on virus numbers out of China national security adviser Robert o'brien says they can't be verified right now you've got access to those reports are coming out of Chinese social media and and some of the few reporters of love to China we just have no way to confirm those numbers many of felt numbers out of China have been under reported from the start good all Scott fox news the captain of an aircraft carrier now off the coast of Guam says he needs assistance as dozens of sailors have tested positive for covert nineteen this was a highly unusual plea for help from the captain of the USS teddy Roosevelt after nearly one hundred sailors on board had tested positive for or were suspected of having cove in nineteen that number had been doubling every few days the navy had been working very quickly to move some of those sailors off the ship we're told that one thousand are now off the ship another twelve hundred should be off the ship in short order they're just looking for hotels in Guam in order to place some of those sailors they've increased the testing on board that ship boxes Jennifer Griffin at the Pentagon the navy says the captain's letter was written Sunday and they say they're already responding to his call to evacuate most of the sailors on board that ship the mayor of New Orleans saying that Ellis Marsalis junior has died he is the father of a clay musicians Wynton and Branford.

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Connecticut town sets up a climate fund

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Connecticut town sets up a climate fund

"Saving for retirement. Pays off if you deposit posit money into an IRA. Its earnings can grow over time. And so can your nest egg. James Finch the director of finance for Branford Connecticut. He says the cities and towns focused on the cost of rising seas and more extreme weather. They can take a similar approach. What we started saving money? We'll start with a million dollars. And and what are we started adding to that every year and then what if we were able to invest it at a rate that could compound so that it grows faster his town is doing in just that through its new coastal resiliency fund. FINCH says Branford. Put a million dollars into start with more to be added each year over time. The invested funds winds are expected to grow. Then when it comes time to repair a flooded bridge elevate houses were improved. Storm water drainage the town can tap into those funds this this provides a vehicle for a community to put money aside and so can grow for the long term just like any family would for funding their kid's college or finding their retirement accounts finch says that for towns and cities that can afford to it makes sense to start saving now for the future costs of climate

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"branford" Discussed on Outliers

Outliers

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"branford" Discussed on Outliers

"The idea was gave him from the fact that there are many people telling you some there is some algorithms on that you can discolor stocks in different ways so for instance you can look at stocks making is making law you can look at stocks all the less you can look at stocks which on breakings averages of will be beyond their early read into so many of these techniques in the problem release twenty look at so i said listen let me billion ranking algorithm that says i'm willing to give little points for each such move stock makes a new hire like in a mature point it makes a new high the next day i'm gonna give it do points if it does some highvolume one point two point so when you add all these points of the match stem lewis outlander that i of time is a mad crazy friend the that i run is like telling happening but we don't exactly more so you print one place you start looking at the glass and discolored companies if you've discovered some incredible so from i started using this lo fi over even live those like sarah because said i was making the new that i was formed or visa and then i said this is interesting story minutes into this said i'm company which is like basically world dominated by the money's title so money but they were trying something different i didn't know what time but said i was actually move into the hands space may complete branford self there's in the sanitaryware sarah this one amex the laurel bunch of smaller companies asian on something johnny are there.

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