10 Burst results for "Charlie Christian"
"charlie christian" Discussed on Thought Row
"We're gonna listen to more to write in the later. It seems to me in order for someone to be as accomplished as you are with your qatar that it must require a lot of hours of practice. Is that accurate. I lo- it is but tell us we just wanted to hear. So what is your region. Yeah okay now. Since now. I am the directive jests that these one of the because universities I must say that my hours of practice is not like when i was like really playing as a fee lonzo as professional digit run. But i make sure that. Every time i wake up in the morning i should do at least one win and one and a half an hour of warm up and towards the afternoon. I'll start practicing. And when i come back home at night i will continue so all in all. I think it is best to say at least four to five hours a d. That's going to be if i can do it longer. Wait longer for short. That's you know it just sounds like anytime you have a moment you will pick up your guitar and just really play and since you're doing your university gig right now that does into but you're also doing your your your courses about guitars right in an about playing. Yes that's right. He really rehearsing. When you're there to mentally exactly yes that's exactly right. You know want to ask you. This quick question is who who is your favorite your enthusiastic and electric out. Okay you know by my favorite topic for the electric. Would of course be george benson. Yeah and yeah and and the one will be Jan gordon jangle reinhardt. This morning i also Like wes montgomery oh yes for sure i mean you know it george benson is you know. I forget that he comes from the west breeze school of thought and of course westbound. Gory is also one of the. You know the top is near the will to produce. So i think but for me i know westwood goverry unfortunately lever short life. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and george benson maybe learned from him. I related for him and brought it to the world in a different direction. But of course yeah. You're i think you sing. Toronto reinhardt was right on he he. There's so many guitarists that learn from him. I think freddie. Green the count basie band i mean. He learned a lot from him Charlie christian in benny goodman's these are all. These are all people but then again. You're know a lot more about that than me just. I'm just an avid listener. And i can't play any instrument. They can tap my pencil on the desk. Pronuncia you harmonica pretty young so you could be part of a jazz man. Monica's always plug it in somewhere. Yeah exactly okay. If i exactly well my question is about pre performance routines. Do you have any pre performance routines like do do warm ups or do you have any like interesting habits like you have to have a particular kind of tea or cake or something that you you have to happen to make you feel good Okay well for me is just like I always liked to have a nice cup of coffee. And like a very quiet time on my own before. Greek my rookie. Before i thought he'd been practicing just that ten fifty minutes so you can find. I compose myself. I could just relax. And that i plan. If i have a geek dentist coming in a very near time i will. Of course you all well you know. Get my shots. And then ben ahead and okay this is either. I do every time. When i start warming up i always get bitar and i would just try to get a low with any note that i you know. Yeah yeah that's right. I always do that one. That would be a fun exercise. And it's very improvisational rate. Yes executive get your brain going in that creative mode instead of you know day to day staff or just playing great. Yeah that's right so cool. Your life seems to revolve around jazz. Music obviously accomplished what you personally find so appealing about that particular genre. Oh i think. I would like to use the organic. I think jazz is very organic. Like you have the sheet music right and and you bring up to a bandstand and the the musicians that you play with it or they come from different backgrounds to so the level of the petition is going to be on that bandstand and whatever happens duty. Improvisisation is is going to be exciting for me. You know because sometimes when when you are on a very good day you can really go far and far really expand really explore. The possibilities and i think the would organic would be the worst of elite being in jazz. Not that is what i think. No but that makes perfect sense. It is very effected grew out of an kind of very organic environment. Upa people there was no when they when jazz started. You don't antonio and you don't know there wasn't nobody just picked up a detriment start playing jazz. It just it evolved. It evolved roy multi directions and that's why we have such a standing jazz music today and that term organic resolve that that the that really is that i've never thought about it that way but you really defined it. It is very organic. Yeah i i have to say goes you know. Every every day is a different experience you would do if we are playing the same judy for. I guess i guess it's like a really a conversation. It's always changing. It's never the same and sometimes it can be you know relaxed in very cool and other times it can be a little bit more heated and Yes yeah to show by to show my little bit of jazz knowledge. What i really were really liked his win art. Tatum would play. Mary had a little lamb on a piano. That half the keys. No longer worms and manage to play that for like half hour straight. That's that is. That's pretty amazing. And i think jazz is really the only music you can do that. With executive i would agree hundred percent.
"charlie christian" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"He performing in front of people whereas leo fender really kinda wanted to be at the background unless he was very quietly getting on stage Must paul from the very beginning Once he could afford regular guitars. I think he moved to chicago and was like making decent money Like backing other people up but he had a relationship with gibson from the very beginning because gibson started out as an acoustic guitar maker And they're still known. I mean they make these great electric guitars but you know some of the best guitars in the world are gibson acoustic guitars mandolins in like yeah like just all manner of stringed instruments in the what they made basically works of art yes. They were beautiful and they still are. My favorite guitar is when i bought during the pandemic i finally bought gibson acoustic Based on a nineteen forties model. And it's just it's amazing the sound difference between even that and my really nice martin. Acoustic is striking. Yeah gives fender was not making acoustic guitars and they still to this day. Don't make a very good acoustic guitar. Yeah i can imagine. It's really interesting that like one of the big companies in the world. I don't know if they can't or if they just don't put the resources toward it. But i think they're nicest acoustic guitar tops out at about eight hundred bucks. Which is you know you can get a pretty good guitar for that. But these really really nice gibson's are like four and five thousand dollars. Gibson's whole Jam was to make professional quality instruments. That were again works of art. But like if you were a professional musician like gives him could make a an instrument that you could use an improbably love And they were making them already. They were making those electrified. Spanish style or electrified acoustic guitars. As as like. I was saying as early as i think. Nineteen thirty six was the. Es one fifty es stood for electrified. Spanish guitar And there was a jazz guitarist named charlie christian who really kinda champion that development. He think he played for benny goodman's band But i think they name the pickup in those after him. Charlie christian pickups but So les paul was playing these gibson guitars but it still wasn't what he was looking for. Because again if you turned it up really loud you would provide all sorts of problems. Yeah it's funny these little letters that like the es three thirty five just a classic amazing instrument still today and they have all these cool letters and you never know what they named. They mean electrified. Spanish is kind of funny. The iconic gibson s g. s. jason's for solid guitar. Really these very mundane abbreviations that all these years later seem cool. 'cause angus young plays it. Yeah right oh yeah. I mean cds attis the different example from angus young to be really onboard. But i got you. Oh man no. I play one well there. You go isn't cool. So he charmed his way into the epa phone factory in new york Phone is a really big guitar maker at the time..
"charlie christian" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Appearing on radio, singing and playing guitar. The teenage Osborne played a little jazz on violin until she heard Oklahoma is Charlie Christian play electric guitar with abandoned Bismarck. In no time She bought one of her own and was sitting in learning at his side. She and Charlie became friends. Despite differences in age and race in the 19 thirties Heartland, Charlie Christian showed Mary Osborne had a solo as if guitar were a horn. A linear approach with some voice like inflections. Mm hmm. Mary Osborne on Blues and Mary's flat 1946. By the early forties, she moved to New York, playing jam sessions and 52nd Street clubs. She got spotted by one jazz elder on the lookout for youngsters with new ideas. Saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. This is his spotlight from 1946 when the guitarist was 24 And Okay. In years to come. Mary Osborn turned up on records by, among others, singers Ethel Waters and.
"charlie christian" Discussed on WBUR
"Appearing on radio, singing and playing guitar. The teenage Osborne played a little jazz on violin until she heard In no time She bought one of her own and was sitting in learning at his side. She and Charlie became friends. Despite differences in age and race in the 19 thirties Heartland, Charlie Christian, showed Mary Osborne Mm hmm. Mary Osborne on Blues and Mary's flat 1946. By the early forties, she moved to New York, playing jam sessions and 52nd Street clubs. She got spotted by one jazz elder on the lookout for youngsters with new ideas. Saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. This is his spotlight from 1946 when the guitarist was 24 Okay? In years to come. Mary Osborn turned up on records by, among others, singers Ethel Waters, and.
"charlie christian" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Cuts for working class people. Oh, my God. What are we gonna do? Well, we're gonna take back some of that 1% money. Make him pay for it. I feel like we should break out. Trump 2016 trail lying Ted routine here. I'm missing Trump on this is like Joe Biden starts tag talking about taxes, and he lies. Oh, my God! Where to begin. So last hour. Spoke about how The number one reason why You get sticker shock. We go to the grocery store the gas station. Definitely the hardware store these days don't have anything to do with supply and demand. Yes, that is a factor, but it's always the second most important. What you are paying with is always the single most important factor. The pain of pesos is different than dollars is different. The Bitcoin correct. So what's happened? Because we have just printed out so much money That doesn't exist because we're over $28 trillion in debt. We've been printing out even more money than we have foreign buyers off. Monetizing our debt. The Federal Reserve. Their balance sheet is $11 trillion. Now that all sounds like probably gobbledygook. Here's what it means to you. If you just print more something It doesn't exist. What happens? It devalues what's already there? So the number one reason why you're paying more for stuff is because already Dollar in your pocket is where 10% less Then it was a year ago today. U. S dollar on the world stage and every commodity is U. S dollar denominated Is worth 10% less because you don't get free puppies and candy and lollipops and Biden bucks. They don't exist. We always pay for it. You pay for it. Every time you buy something that's one too, is as they also recently illustrated If you didn't packs the top 1% more, But if you confiscated 100% of everything that they produce, you don't even get $800 billion in a year. So when we're talking about running trillion multi trillion dollar deficits per year It's not about raising taxes on the rich and there sure as hell are gonna be tax cuts on the middle class. There isn't enough money that exist to cover it. It is a pack of lies. Two sides. Two stories one side of fax. That's why we do this right now. Somebody who has been so on point for for a long time. University's Dr Sean Foreman. And you may follow him on Twitter at Dr Sean Foreman. Sean, I want to talk to you because I was. It's rare that there was something in politics that really takes me by surprise. I mean, really catches me off guard. This happened recently when we received the first hole exclusively afford his Democrats on the governor's race and what they said regarding Charlie Christian Nikki free. How you doing, Sean? Hey, Good morning, and thank you, Brian. I'm well, how are you? Yes, Likewise. So the pole This was the same people miss commissioned by four to politics and on Lee among four days, Democrats who had 55% that said, Yeah, we would vote for Charlie Crist today. Only 22% that said they would vote for Nikki Freed. Do you make it that shot? Yeah, well, it is a bit surprising, although I'm not as surprised as you are about this, Brian. Uh, you know, I really I I'm waiting to see what Nicky freed is going to bring to this governor's race when she presumably announces next week. There's been a lot of hype. But I'm not sure how much substance on support. There's going to be behind her candidacy. So all that to say I'm not too surprised to see Charlie Crist with this huge polling lead, You know, People know Charlie Crist. Ah lot of people like him. Republicans don't like in. Some Democrats don't like him, But you know, in general, I think he's got a favorability. That's positive, and he's again well known. Nikki Freed isn't very well known. She is the agricultural commissioner. She's the only statewide elected Democrat right now. Um, you know, But what would she bring to the table As governor? You could ask the same thing about Chris. But at least he's been there done that, so he knows how to do this. So the polling lead is not a surprise, but it's really great news for Kristen and troubling for freed. So the last time we talked about Nikki freed I Pontificated that perhaps she had killed her credibility. Bye. Making up a bunch of nonsense regarding the state's role out of vaccines. The whole paper play thing that really blew up in her face. By the time it culminated in the 60 minutes headpiece that was shown to be a pack of lies. I don't know how much that may or may not have contributed, But in that conversation, Sean, you said something. That I have been tracking that. I think you could not be more right about and and you have really had a good pulse on this deal, so You mentioned. That Twitter seemed to animate Nikki freed and that she seemingly was playing to that bad crowd. I'm paraphrasing what you said. I've observed her ever since. And I think you're exactly right. Is that her primrose path? Well, you know, you've got to get known by the voters on dim Florida. That's expensive because you have to run commercials and you have to travel around the states that cost a little bit more money. Social media helps the breakthrough. And But we also know that social media segregates us by our ideology and our interest, So I think she has a extremely amplified voice on Twitter and amongst You know her core constituency, and I equated to the MSNBC crowd and again, this guy Jamie Harrison, for who's Now the hit show, the DNC raised a Kind of money to run against Lindsay Graham in talk Carolina Senate chief But lost, you know, because that money came in from people who were excited watching MSNBC, but they didn't vote in South Carolina, and they're not gonna vote in Florida. So she's doing the right thing to get her voice in message out there. What I'm saying is, I'm not sure if it's going to get beyond the people who already know and like her and make her credible candidate for governor of the state. And again the 60 minutes story backlash against the anti understand this folks in the pro freed folks that we haven't heard anything about that story since it was debunked. When I was working on a story for Taylor in my top three takeaways that I get to in a bed, one of the things that was actually contrasting So we had pulling, showing that 74% of us are against critical race theory in the classroom. And yesterday. What's she doing? She's tweeting in favor of it s so you know, it was like the exclamation point about playing to a very specific audience that is against the mainstream, including even you know, a wide swath of Democrats in our state, which leads me to my next question for you, Sean. One thing I've wondered. I think the battle for the soul of the Democratic Party in the state of Florida has been going on at what did it become the Andrew Dillon Democrat or is Charlie Crist? Still a go to is there a place for him is this may be an indication that Indra Gil was an outlier and that the hard progressive left isn't now the mainstream of Ford's Democratic Party. Well, that's what we're gonna watch. Play out. I was surprised that Dylan wanted 18. I really didn't think he would. I thought Gwen Graham would pull that out with these similar dynamics We're talking about now, but You know again. It's a closed primary, where only registered Democrats will vote for these nominees next year. And so it's going to skew a little bit more liberal. Um, but What I'm trying to say is, we have to watch it play out Charlie Crist as a big league, he's ahead with everybody with white voters. Black voters with women. He has a figure lead, then with men over Nikki Street, and these early polls..
"charlie christian" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Caputo, mark. Always great to talk to you. And let's start with Val Demings in the news that you broke earlier in the week. Originally, the conventional wisdom seemed to be that She would run against Marco Rubio for the U. S Senate seat. But then there was a lot of talk that she was looking more at a race for at the race for governor going up against the Santis. But then you broke earlier this week that she is in fact going to enter the race against Marco Rubio. Can you talk a little bit about what's driving that decision? She gave it. I think she gave it a long, hard look. And you know what I think What she thinks is a better race for her. Is the Senate race? Uh, now that that could be because she thinks Marco Rubio like being easier candidate than Santa's. I've got to say Not sure if that's true. I'm not saying either are easier, tough to beat. But it takes quite a bit of analysis and I don't think it was actually done, you know, polling and focus group wise on who's easier, tougher to beat. So I do think it's a fault of the war but get decision of where she wants to be. And one of the things that Demings people said to me and describing her thinking. Was that you know, While she really dislikes run two Santas, and she kind of loads the Senate Republican Caucus Maurin Washington on and says that they're you know they're obstruction. Their opposition. For instance, the covert relief bill only to then see a number of Republicans in Congress turn around and talk about all the great things in the code release till they voted against. That was just kind of one of those bridges too far for her and she decided, you know this would be best. You'd best not only for her On only for the party in the state. Also, the party kind of nationally because Val Demings does does have does generate a lot of grassroots enthusiasm and in the base. I have seen it. My Twitter feed, and I was surprised. By how much folks on the left for cheering this on, but they know her. They like her. Now can she win? Well? Democratic Party's gonna have to do way more in sort of the fieldwork aspect of what a party should be doing, and they're not that is registering voters organizing, staying in touch with them that that seems to have just kind of disappeared in the post Obama era. And the election results are showed show why that's been folly for them. Any idea what this means for Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy, because accidents have reported last week that she was really looking at at running against Marco Rubio and now with about Demings entering that race, although she hasn't officially announced but certainly sounds like that's that's a short thing. What does that mean for Stephanie Murphy? Well, it means it's stepping Murphy's go states a really tough primary. If she decides to run, you know, the national Democrats are ah, little more behind or a lot more behind. Perhaps Demings, then they are Murphy. They Demings has better name I d. She? She's a dynamic public speaker s O. You know, she can raise the money. She can rile the base And you know if you're facing an opponent like that, and Stevie's biggest Florida when you don't have a lot of name I d that's problematic. This certainly opens the door. This decision and again I'm talking to Politico's mark, a poodle for Nikki Freed to enter the race for governor. We figured she was probably couldn't do that, anyway. With an upcoming announcement, perhaps is is early is too and first Charlie Crist is already in when it comes to that race. Could Stephanie Murphy shift attention to the race for governor? Yes, she could. I think the that sound you heard throughout Florida was Charlie Christian. Nikki Freed, exhaling like who doesn't gonna be running for governor? Right s? Oh, yeah. You know, merging into that Murphy gets to stay put. I mean, you know, this is gonna be similar to why Demings chose to run for the Senate race. It's just gonna be kind of a gut call, um You know, there's a kind of a more conventional wisdom among Democrats that bloody primaries are bad. I think that's that's probably not the case. Ah, lot of People start paying attention when there's competition when there are campaigns. And so that's probably something that Democratic party could need. So you know, perversely what might be bad for Stephanie Murphy of primary a spirited primary against her across town, Maybe rival Val Demings could be good for the party in that it would kind of generate that amount of attention, excitement and maybe even enthusiasm. But again if you don't register voters is Democrats. All of these discussions, you know, for the general election. You know, become rather hedged. That is, you know, you have to start hedging it toward the Republicans simply because of the way the state performs and how the voter rolls look. Definitely if all things are equal you without a doubt, I think, give the edge to Republicans in the state. One of the question on this one, right? It's a It's a mid term of a democratic president. And usually you know, voters kind of tact the other way. Now, you know, it is folly to judge a Florida election before it happens Hell more than a year before. Election day. But this is just kind of the state of play as we see it now, So the caveat is, is that things can change. You know, the only constant is change and then final question for you When you talk to Democrats. Is there any concern that you've got Charlie Crist? He's exiting his seat. That is potentially a toss up race. You could have Stephanie Murphy looking to run for higher office. That's potentially a toss up race. You know, they don't have a lot of room to work with. If they want to hold onto the house E think you've hit the nail on the head pretty well. Is the those air pretty broad concerns..
"charlie christian" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Well this is interesting The you know. Charlie crist has decided to go off and run for governor of florida. Now if you're not familiar with charlie crist let me say the state. Your charlie crist was a republican governor. He was actually considered by john mccain to be mccain's running mate I have heard multiple stories from multiple people about that incident. And let's just say there john mccain himself came away with unimpressed with charlie crist charlie kristen converted to the democratic party when the republicans were done with him. He ran multiple times. Loss finally got elected to congress in the house representatives. He's gonna be redistricting out of his district. He knows it so he's decided he wants to stay in power so he's going to run against rodney santa's here. Here's the santa's what's charlie christian. His run for governor. And.
"charlie christian" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Well this is interesting The you know. Charlie crist has decided to go off and run for governor of florida. Now if you're not familiar with charlie crist let me say the state. Your charlie crist was a republican governor. He was actually considered by john mccain to be mccain's running mate I have heard multiple stories from multiple people about that incident. And let's just say there john mccain himself came away deeply unimpressed with charlie crist charlie kristen converted to the democratic party when the republicans were done with him. He ran multiple times. Loss finally got elected to congress in the house representatives. He's gonna be redistricting his district. He knows it so he's decided he wants to stay in power so he's going to run against rodney santa's here. Here's the santa's what's charlie christian. His run and.
"charlie christian" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Madison and Dane County Team Holiday observance. Live this Monday at 6 P.m. right here on Wrt. We heard music featuring Charlie Christian in that last set, performing with various aggregations of Benny Goodman. We started with flying home following that we heard Start us, then shivers after that to the She could wear a B. Then I surrendered her and ending with memories of you. Those from LP Tunnel Solo flight and the CBS French label thanks for tuning into entertainment today, great to be listening to wrt in the snowy morning. Thanks for listening. We've got time for a bit more music, half hour or so in the program, and we'll listen to these recordings featuring Cootie Williams and his orchestra. Yeah. I'm home. Oh, Oh, Oh, Yeah. Mm hmm. I love you, honey. But you mean all the time. You spin about my money and you want Give me a time they did. Then issue can be Well, you've got off my mother. And you won't give none to me. Oh, now you've got all my money. Every bloomin said You left the land not put us up. You wouldn't even be the red State today. Spend yes can be. Well, You've got her. My mother. And you won't give done, do you? You bought yourself a freckle. Even bought some head. I can't even leave home. My socks look like special. I take it to her to George drank up on the gin. All our hair was one shot beer. Doesn't die of shame station can be Well, you've got a my mother and you want give none to me. Oh, you said Hmm. Her Cootie Williams and his orchestra in them last set of recordings, and we started with the number 10 in the House of Joy that composed by Cody. After that, everything but you and Ellington number than echoes of Haarlem again. And Ellington offering following that Salt Lake City bones and we heard a tune called Stingy Blues and ending with that's the lich. And that composed by less height. And those recordings made back in the mid 19 forties. And put out on an LP, Total Capital Jazz Classics. Volume two Thanks very much for tuning into entertainment.
"charlie christian" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Yeah. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Hmm. Yeah, yeah. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Hmm. W O R T thanks. It's listener, sponsors and rest tech services serving area businesses, nonprofits and multi dwelling properties with high speed net neutral Internet, digital phone and television services. On the Web at Red's tech services dot net or by phone at 6086633868. W O R T Thanks. It's listener sponsors and Willy Street Coop, offering online ordering and curbside pickup of groceries and prepared foods. Details are at Willie ST dot co op slash curbside. We hear recordings featuring Kemp Calloway and his orchestra and those recordings made back in 1940 41. We started with number Tunnel the smooth one and that covered Quite a plea way. Charlie Christian and Benny Goodman, among others, and we heard tapping off following that lonesome nights. And that was arranged by Benny Carter and featuring to bury in there on the tenor sax. Following that we heard. Bye bye Blues and Dizzy Gillespie on the trumpet solo on that one. Then take the a train, of course. Duke Ellington second theme song and ending with Willow Weep for Me, arranged by Andy Gipson. Those from Very nice French CBS release. Camp Callaway Classics, the title Thanks for tuning into entertainment today. I'm John Cree Niac, your host going up to noon with classic jazz swing and some blues, Sarah and listeners sponsor community radio WR Deep Great companion for a snowy morning in January. We continue now with the music this time featuring the guitar plane. Charlie Christian, performing with the various aggregations of Benny Goodman and his various sex tests and groups..