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"chick corea" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"You doing Nice to see you One of the remarkable aspects of Chick Corea's 6 decade career was how many different types of music he played bebop straight ahead jazz free jazz fusion Latin and classical music 6 years ago Korea sat at the Yamaha grand piano at the blue note on west third street and told me that change is the essence of jazz That kind of freedom of choice and of imagination of trying things of experimenting you see So I don't view myself as this kind of musician or that kind of musician I love it all I love everything I've done I'm proud of This is Jon padi tucci who organized this weekend's tribute played with Czech Korea on hundreds of gigs over 36 years beginning in 1985 He says Korea's creativity knew no boundaries His creative power and his force were so strong that he couldn't help but get swept up with it when you played with him And he was able to combine so many elements and retain an original sound and a voice Chicory is touch on the piano made his sound unique He learned to play drums when he was 8 four years after he started playing piano Korea said at the keyboard he thought of his fingers as drum sticks or mallets The piano was like I think of it as like tuned drums that drum that drum and so forth you know Yes So Right There's so many possibilities of putting it together when you get ten mallets and 88 drums Armando chick Korea was born in 1941 in Chelsea Massachusetts just across the river from Boston His grandparents on both sides were Italian immigrants yet in high school he gravitated to Latin music.
"chick corea" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
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"chick corea" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Moment's notice. And a mondo anthony chick corea born june twelfth. Nineteen forty one passed away this past february knives. Twenty twenty one chick. Corea was an american jazz composer. Keyboardist bandleader and occasional percussionist. His compositions spain five hundred miles high. Lafayette esta among those roomba and windows are widely considered jazz standards. He was a member. Like i said of miles davis ban in the late nineteen sixties and he participated in the birth of jazz fusion in the nineteen seventies. He formed this group called return to forever. Which would which had stanley clarke flora pyramid air tomar era and al di meola and they came to prominence as jazz fusion progressive. Rock band will really. The members of this ban also was stanley clarke. Lenny white frank 'gambelli and jacques luc ponty do many members that were in the return to forever group but along with herbie. Hancock mccoy tyner keith. Jarrett and bill evans chick. Corea is considered one of the former jazz pianist of the pulse. John coltrane era. He has played jazz jazz fusion jazz. That jazz classical music and progressive rock. He was active from nineteen sixty two up until the time of his death. Twenty twenty one and we celebrate the legendary chick corea right here on a bowl of soul coming up next. This song is hot. One of my favorite musicians and songwriters missed a willie hutch. Right off of the coffee soundtrack. Give me some of that. Good old love and this is a blow of soul. Hi this is kanye dawson. You're listening to a bowl of soul a mix of so music..
"chick corea" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"This is a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music. I had the play. You you heard those nixon cuts while the record is playing talking about. I'm sorry for you. Which is the flip side to a forty five core. Only time will tell. This song was done in nineteen sixty six done by yours truly james etta hawkins known professionally as etta. James wasn't american singer who performed in various genres including blues. R&b soul rock and roll jazz and gospel. She was born in los angeles. California on january twenty fifth nineteen. Thirty eight passed away january twentieth. Twenty twelve we celebrate. Miss etta james right here on a bowl of soul and you know what thing about etta james she can put you know. She's got that gospel growl and let me tell you anything that etta james touched it turned to gold and she was on the cadet record label which is a subsidiary of chess records and we celebrate her right here on a bowl of seoul. We recently just lost this gentleman. Missed johnny pacheco. Johnny pacheco was the co founder of fun. Ya records that. He died at the age of eighty five. And this man. He was a fluids and his name. Juan ajaria pacheco nipping also known as johnny pacheco who was dominican musician. Arranger composer bandleader and record producer. He was born march. Twenty fifth nine thousand nine hundred thirty five and santiago de los caballeros dominican republic and. He died on february fifteenth. Twenty twenty one we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco one of my favorite records from nineteen sixty. Three call required a dose. They are gano right here on a bowl of so. This is jonathan winstead. And you're listening to a bowl of seoul amid extol of soho news. Excess your have kind buffalo new. Your own took do giving you some world famous chadderton gop music we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco who became one of the leaning explodes lou. Dance in the late. Nineteen fifties called the pechanga a blend of cuban rhythms and marine gay which propelled him to worldwide notoriety and had an important role in the evolution of latin music. Some of the john ras of latin music that johnny pacheco played sewn guera cha cha cha pechanga and he also helped develop what we now listen to salsa and like i said his years active nineteen fifty five to twenty twenty one. He is the co founder of records. You know he had a yacht cruise. Oh my god the list can go on. And on and like. I said he was a leading figure in the new york. South scene in the nineteen sixties in one thousand nine hundred seventies and he used the term salsa and established the all stars to showcase deleting artists that were on. Also the fun your label. In fact you know. He had peak cone day. El conde rodriguez right. Oh my god. He had so many people that he put together. Larry hall alot. Bobby valentine ray but atto right. I mean you can name is crew. See collaborator papa. Luca ju- stove in court. Jose fajardo celio gonzalez. And like i said he leaves his legacy and he laid the groundwork. Did this song that the final allstars was played on. Wbz ls frankie crocker. Called desa feo beautiful song beautiful song but this this man. He kept the groove going. He taught young people how to play latin music teaching them the traditions of latin music and we celebrate johnny pacheco. Right here on a bowl of soul. Someone else has left us. The great jazz musician missed a chick korea. We lost chick corea on february knife. Which was my birthday berry nine. Twenty twenty one and we celebrate chick corea. He has played would many people he has played with the late. Great miles davis as well as herbie hancock right here. He is doing composition that was created by john. Coltrane called moment's notice right here on a bowl of soul. Missed a chick corea loveness. Hi my name. Is andy stokes. And you're listening to a of soul a mix of so music ooh This chick corea do it. John coltrane's.
"chick corea" Discussed on KCRW
"Christian Scott Terrorist Martin, Derrick Hodge, Taylor McFarren. Justin Tyson, who didn't leave anybody out. There are plus are equals now are bazaars stands for reflect and respond. Some really good jazz, your KCRW just ahead of that. We heard a piece from the great Chick Corea called Matrix. And headed that open your eyes You can fly. It's a chick Corea composition as performed by Florida, Kareem, and it's on a compilation called Jazz Dispensary, Cosmic Stash that I highly recommend you pick up AM and live here with you on KCRW. My new time slot actually 3 to 6 on their own a rotation. I'm coming up after Raul Campos said. Dan Wilcox is coming up after me, and then we get into Metropolis and Henry Rollins. But I'll be here for two weeks off for two weeks here for two weeks as we do to keep all the DJs of staff here, a safe a case here. W I have to say it's been sort of Interesting, weird, surreal being here today because it's my first time back in the building. I've been broadcasting morning becomes eclectic from my house and for my basement, which you may have heard me talk about and this is my first day back. The building. There's nobody here except for a quick glancing at role as he was leaving, but I'm sort of just jumping all around dancing and the performance studio. We've drum set up in there. I've been messing around with the drums anyway. It's great to be with you so happy to be here. This case here, W coming up next I have a really fun song. By Jensen, McRae Jensen McRae Doing Phoebe Bridgers in a few years. There you go. That's up next on KCRW. Support comes from center theater group presenting Matthew Borns Romeo and Juliet in virtual performances on the digital stage. This beautifully live captured dance.
"chick corea" Discussed on KCRW
"Latest full length Flock of Dimes has a brand new single as well as Roosevelt. Classic Billy Idol gets remixed as well. A Saint Germain and so much more new music to get to, but we're going to start it off with classic from Chick Correa, the jazz legend passed away a few days ago. At the age of 79 so in tribute to the late Chick Corea. Play a couple right here on KCRW. All right. Okay? Oh, Yeah. Mm hmm. Oh, Mm hmm. Okay? Once again rest in peace. Chick Corea, Jazz legend keyboardist and so many amazing standards. Huge body of work. Passed away a few days ago. At the age of 79. We heard Spain and Armando's Roomba so once again rest in peace, Chick Corea. Getting into a brand new remix of Koran Been here, KCRW. I'm fried today to this week on our body politick how the tech industry excludes and.
Remembering Chick Corea, Jazz Pianist Who Expanded the Possibilities of the Genre
"Wanna take a moment to reflect on the life of a legendary figure in jazz. Chick corea was keyboardist composer bandleader whose work touched on many genres from classical latin jazz. He died earlier this week. From a rare form of cancer. He was seventy nine bassist christian. Mcbride collaborated with korea for more than two decades. He's also the host of npr's jazz night in america. He joins us now and christian. Welcome i know so. Many people in the music world are so sad today. How are you doing I feel like the rest of them. You know we're we're all sat together. Still in shock still pretty numb from this news because most of us had no idea that he was ill to korea was so well known for collaborating with other artists. You included one of his. Early works was on miles davis's jazz fusion album bitches. Listlessness that kristen. Can you talk about chick. Corea the collaborator. what was he lack. Chick corea the collaborator. One thing about chickens at He was the musician's musician in that. He was always open to ideas suggestions. He was one of the most celebrated and prolific composers and any style of music so a lot of his music was already thoroughly constructive. But the times. I worked with him. He was always open to making a part more specific to a particular player. And you know he was now his own music playing with other people in their groups. Eagles is always the ultimate side. Man look the musician's musician so for you personally. What did it feel like when you were up there playing with them. It felt from me the way it felt for the listener watching chick play in. Because even though i had a chance to work with them very closely for so long i never stopped being fan so i never took him for granted. You know. I got to play with chick quite a bit. But every single gig i would look over and be like man. That's that's chick corea. So i never stopped being a fan. Well as. I'm sure you know every thanksgiving. Npr's all things considered talks with musicians about artists that they're thankful for and in twenty nineteen. The rapper look haley. Forty seven thanked chick korea. And then here. He is now responding to her. It's deeply satisfying really. And it's a testament to all of us as artists able to connect like that able to connect on on a wavelength of creativity. I'm sure it's nice to hear his voice there for you but why do you think is music did resonate with so many different people with different artist. Because he had no agenda he he wrote music strictly from the joy of creating and i actually find that to be somewhat. I don't wanna see rare but it's unusual when you meet someone who writes music simply because they love writing in playing and performing and touching people that that was his objective you know. He's i want people to feel this music. He really wanted his music to be enjoyed by everyone. Bassist christian mcbride hosted. Npr's jazz night in america remembering the legendary chick corea. Who died this week at seventy nine christian. Thank you for your time. And i'm sorry that you've lost your front. Thank you
"chick corea" Discussed on KCRW
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"chick corea" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Morning Entertainment round up and we begin with some sad news about Chick Corea. Yeah, one of the greats in jazz. Jazz fusion in particular Chick Corea just one of the great jazz pianists of all time, but you know, probably best known for bringing rock into jazz and Brazilian music and Spanish. Music back in my old WN you eight days we used to play Chick Corea music all the time. It's great, hosted a couple of his concerts. He died at his home in Tampa Bay, Florida. After a battle with cancer. He played with all of the greats Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis and Stan Getz of the Great Sarah von put out 90 albums in his career and earned 23 Grammy Awards. That is the seventh highest amount of Grammy Awards for a single artist of all time. So 79 years old, great loss in the music world. Absolutely. I finally watched the Britney Spears documentary last night. And you know what? The first half was interesting. Kind of felt sorry for Britney Spears in the second half was about the concern, Conservative ship or whatever. That is their readership that her father ship? Yeah, kind of bogged down in a lot of legalese and, uh, Today. There's news about the court decision, right? Yeah, I think it was 2008 Britney Spears. Father, Jeannie was named the conservator of her estate to make all the decisions for Her estate. Britney Spears has never really liked it. And she and her legal team have been filing petitions of I would say over the past year to try to get her father removed from that position. Yesterday, Another Appeal went to a court and it was it was turned down on one hand because Britney wants him off, completely said that her father scares her. And she doesn't want him having any control over state. On the other hand, he was trying to get sole conservatorship. Of the estate, and that was turned down as well. So The judge in the ruling yesterday decided to have led a pH let it continue to be a co conservatorship. With the father and also a financial institution managing Britney Spears funds, and the judge said that you know, certainly between the two. They ought to be able to Figure out what's in Britney's best interest. And Taylor Swift. Release him new music overnight. Well, not really new, is it? No. It's her old music that she said she was going to be re releasing. You know, there was that big kind of legal battle another legal battle. Going on with the guy that took over the company that controls her most of her music library meeting her old albums. Uh, Taylor. Swift does not like the this guy at all. Scooter Braun is his name is also the manager of Justin Bieber and a bunch of other artists. But She has no love lost for the sky at all. And she can't do anything about it. Her her old albums, you know, contractually back in the day belonged to this. Company that the scooter guy bought So, she said. What she was going to do instead is re record her old albums and encourage her fans who, you know they're pretty loyal. Pretty much will do whatever Swifty says. Uh, to go out and buy these new versions of her old albums, and she released the first one last night, Right at midnight. She release the Love story album. And this is the new version of her first single. It's a love story, baby. Just say yes. Doesn't sound that different to me. But yeah, I like it. I like this record. I love the song sounds pretty much the same It does, which is not zoned neither good nor bad statement. Because if I had the album, I don't know why I would want to go buy another one except to support Taylor Swift. I mean, that's and I think that that's what her fans will do, though certainly back up. The rest of the album was supposed to come out of the fearless album is supposed to come out in April. You know, watching that Britney Spears documentary. I was thinking of artists like Taylor Swift,.
"chick corea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He won 23 Grammy Awards. NPR's Felix Contreras was a fan, and he's here to tell us more about trickery is Lexie. Good Morning, Felix. Good morning, you know, to say the least. This was a household name Chick Corea. Chick Correa was so well respected, admired that he was a kind of musician to reference with just one name to us. He was just checked. And he bred that kind of familiarity because he had been making music for so long and because he was proficient and so many styles of jazz. That there was something for everyone for people who don't know his background. Where was he from? How did he get into music? He's from the Boston area, and he started out like so many musicians in classical music on the piano, then an interest in jazz eventually led to gigs with names like trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, vocalists, Irvan and even Latin jazz was mumble something Maria all while he was still in his twenties, he released his first album as a leader in 1968, and it's considered a benchmark for the modern jazz piano trio. I understand There's a particular jazz album that chick created that you want to talk about really groundbreaking, I think came out in 1969. Yeah, absolutely Most definitely check this out. That's a track called Bitches brew by Miles Davis, and it kicked off a genre known as jazz fusion, which was influenced by rock and funk and soul music and was played on electric instruments. In fact, electric keyboards became one of Chick Correa is calling cards, especially in his band returned forever. And yet, even with all.
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
"Tightened Chick Corea died from a rare cancer. Prolific pianist with dozens of albums. He replaced Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's band before forming Return to Forever. Korea Want a staggering 23 Grammy awards and was up for Tomb or this year for his album trilogy to And This instrumental All Blues. Chick Corea was 79 years old.
Chick Corea dead of cancer at age 79
"Legend Chick Corea has died, according to his Facebook page, the jazz keyboardist died from a rare form of cancer, which was only discovered very recently. Unlike many Jazzercise Korea was equally comfortable in traditional mainstream jazz and the modern electric version of the genre. During his career. Korea 1 23 Grammys jazz pianist Chick Corea Dead at the age of 79 John Byrne is E news. 93.1 KFBK Our
Chick Corea dead of cancer at age 79
"Case, John Byrne Iz has the story. Music legend Chick Corea has died, according to his Facebook page, the jazz keyboardist died from a rare form of cancer, which was only discovered very recently. Unlike many Jazzercise Korea was equally comfortable in traditional mainstream jazz and the modern electric version of the genre. During his career. Korea 1 23 Grammys jazz pianist Chick Corea dead at the age of 79, John Brown eyes e news. 93.1 KFBK.
"chick corea" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Cancer. He was 79 years old. Nature and of WB, Geo and jazz night in America is here. Welcome back, Nate. Thank you. How did he earned the nickname Chameleon? What did people mean by that? Well, you know, few musicians over the course of their career have played as many different kinds of music as Chick Corea. Did you know his career lasted over 50 years and he played You know, modern post bub and played a defining role in jazz fusion. Latin jazz played Mozart. You know, he collaborated with people like Bela Fleck and Bobby McFarren. On D. He just always seemed to bring the same energy and enthusiasm no matter what the context was, and no matter how often those colors changed, so to speak, he always sounded exactly like himself. You always knew it was Chick Corea. Can you tell me some of the reaction from the jazz community of his passing? Just total shock, You know, Um, this is a musician who has been prolific. You know, he's really been One of those figures who seem to defy his age. You know, 79, but really, with the energy of someone maybe in his forties, Um And some of that is in his music. You know, there's there's this Effervescence in his playing and just, ah, real sort of love of life that you hear and every note and and so I think. For a lot of people. This is just really kind of unfathomable. What is the legacy that he leaves in terms of the jazz piano, specifically meaning what kind of player was he? And have there been others who have come up in his style? Well, I'll start with the last part of the question. He's been hugely influential. A lot of pianists have emulated him. Ondas contribution is, you know it happens on multiple registers one of his very first albums. Now he sings. Now he sobs is really in the A small circle of definitive post Bob Piano trio recordings. In what way? What does that style mean? Well, you know, it's this extremely modern, streamlined, very progressive approach, where harmony and rhythm are both sort of turbo charged. Um, And you know this. This recording has just been a Touchstone for generations. But speaking of Touchstones, you know, he was also a part of the group of musicians with Miles Davis, who really ushered in the fusion era. On day after playing with miles on albums like Bitches Brew Chick, then formed a band called Return to Forever That became one of them the sort of defining fusion bands of the seventies extremely popular and also Hugely influential s. Oh, there's this legacy has multiple touch points. You know, he he means a lot of different things, um, really in in different areas of the music that was nature in and of WB, Geo and Jazz Night America, remembering the jazz Great Chick Corea. Korea.
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
"One of the nicknames given to jazz pianist Chick Corea was the chameleon. His career was a stylistic kaleidoscope. Modern post bop jazz fusion Latin Spanish tinge is hey was celebrated by several generations of jazz musicians so much so that he won 23 Grammy Awards. His Facebook page announced today that Chick Corea died on Tuesday of cancer. He was
"chick corea" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"On trial girl Been 1984 is a globalist shake of Chan's Lee, the Q and on shaman from Arizona, who became one of the faces of the capital riots Gotta mention during today's Trump impeachment hearing and House impeachment managers insist his story is not unique chance. Let's not alone in his post arrest confession that he was following the directions of Donald Trump. More and more insurrectionists or omitting that they came at Trump's direction. What chance Lee told the FBI as well? A statements from his lawyer were used as evidence that former President Trump influenced the rioters who stormed the capital Chick Corea, towering jazz pianist with a staggering 23 Grammy awards, who pushed the boundaries of the genre and worked alongside Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock has died. He was 79. Korea died Tuesday of a rare form of cancer, his team posted on his website and his death confirmed by Korea's Web and marketing manager. When we're starting off the afternoon with a couple of freeway crashes already, here's detoured and in the Valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Thank you. Thank you. Lin with feels like we're right back where we were yesterday, right in the pot in the fire. Here we go. I 10 he's found at 27th Avenue crashed off right now I know most. The heavier traffic is going westbound, but there's actually a 20 minute ride on the westbound side. Just the regular Russia are from the 50 Woman West out to the one on one. But it's 20 minutes coming eastbound as well due to the crash 27th Avenue. It is now after the right after having blocked a couple of right lanes Eastbound Tuo to Santa Ana Freeway Gilbert Road crash there also Surface Street, Rex 35th Avenue and Union Hill's alma school and Fry Shop Forell and Granite Reef. Wreck over at Southern 20th Street, a record Thunderbird at Central Avenue and rural Road. It's six street. A broken water main. This traffic report brought.
Chick Corea, jazz great with 23 Grammy Awards, dies at 79
"Musician Chick Corea has died of a rare form of cancer that was discovered only recently according to his website he was seventy nine I marches are a letter with a look at his career chicory is sung Spain is considered a jazz standard along with five hundred miles high love fiesta and windows he had twenty three Grammys and is nominated for two more this year Correa put out solo albums before replacing Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's group in nineteen sixty eight Karelin or form the groups circle and return to forever Korea's style including classical jazz Latin jazz and solo piano he told the Associated Press last year like a runner runs because it feels good he plays piano because it feels good
"chick corea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"chick corea" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Present the legendary Chick Corea trilogy performing at the lentic October rate this super group features the twenty two time Grammy Award winning Chick Corea with power house bassist Christian McBride and drummer extraordinaire Brian blades. trilogy includes free inventions of classic career compositions previously unrecorded originals and a ray of jazz standards. get your tickets today Atlantic dot org. hi I'm Rick Yellen with Ricky Allen is so ships and submarines international realty believe it or not Paul is fast upon us what a beautiful time to sell your home the homeless warm your largest assets so it's important to get guidance from experienced and successful professional to learn more about how I provide extraordinary representation for exceptional properties please visit my website Ricky Allen dot com R. I. C. K. Y. a L. E. N. dot com thank you. Mexico United fans there just three home games left in the twenty nineteen regular season and we need you and everyone is required for a playoff berth in on order season on Saturday October fifth Rio Grande Valley football club is coming to town. the last game of the season kickoff is at seven thirty PM he's open at six for tickets call Bible five two oh nine seven five two nine or visit tickets dot Mexico you TV dot com souls. the mortgage place team expedites the finest customer service insuring your boss mortgage experience specializing in the luxury market our team also says first time home buyers achieve their dream of owning a home visit with us today the mortgage crisis located at two thirty one Washington Avenue next to Santa. analysts number two four seven five one one place analysts license number one one nine one zero zero three. just imagine chilled still conveys she swipes southern fried chicken on Tuesdays and Bourbon street black bean soup German style roast duck.
"chick corea" Discussed on KQED Radio
"When it came out the next year, you couldn't drive down the sunset strip or any street in America for that matter without hearing. And on mistake soprano blaring from so many convertibles to gear up for their reunion tour next month. Here's the song that got it all started. Not so stone. The scene. See seen each other. Chad. Magic. Chick Corea chick Corea, sorry, miles band in the late sixties to his collaborations and experiments with electronic sound continued.
"chick corea" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"And he ended up forming part of my life. Really? Because I happen to turn the TV on one day in. And it was totally random. We only got four channels, right? There was no cable TV at this time. And if there was we didn't have it and turn the TV on and Dave Wackle is just starting drum solo in rumble. Right, which is like, the, you know, the big spotlight piece for him with that band. And as he's playing the solo watching and listening to I don't even think I knew he was but because I saw chick there. I kind of started putting it together because I had heard of the band, and I was a huge chick Corea fingers. Still in Boston at the sun. I'm in Boston. And he starts playing his solo, and it's superhuman. And then the next thing, you know, in the middle of the solo he hits a button, and he's on his acoustic drum kit. He's playing a percussion solo. And there's you know, congas and Bongos and electron ick drum sounds and cowbell tambourine on the on. On the acoustic drums set so see triggering him with the Houston drums. What does he have like an octa, Pat or something he's triggering them? Wow. And so on and he's in a such a virtuoso that you're watching and listening to this. And that was the moment because remember that's the perfect storm for me because I'm just getting into latronic and drums or my life. And here I'm watching like the greatest drummer I'd ever seen play this combination. And he and Carl Palmer's call Palmer is electron stuff earlier as well. Yeah. But this really hit me at that moment and ended up shaping a big part of my life in career. And wouldn't you know that I went on to work with chick Corea and went on to work with Dave Wackle? So it's, you know, it's dream come true, those I'm conjuring up images of these D drum triggers is that that's what a lot of drummers were using at the time. They through these little pe- as those with clamps that clamped onto the side of your drums. Well before those. That's right there as those the drums came a little later. This is when you would stick the trigger on would be a double sided, and you'd act the tape would be double sided, and you take it off. And it would go on the shell or on the drumhead, and very we're talking really really early days. There weren't a lot of tritter options. There weren't a lot of trigger modules. Right. And at that time, it was still split between guys triggering direct into a sound device and doing it all in internally and just being limited to whatever that device had. And then the other half of the guys were going into a trigger to Midi device setting all of the parameters in the NAT open them up to whatever was available in on the Midi palette and some guys even doing a combination of both. And I I would do a switcher. I mean, it's so crazy to think back to those days. I do a switcher where the triggers would either go. Directly to the sound module that didn't have Midi but had direct voltage in. And then you'd flips a toggle, and then the other side of it would go to a TMI triggered a media interface. And then, you know, you'd have that set of pallets. I mean, it was so it was such a different world. And it seems like popular music in the eighties became all about technology to the point where when you were watching an MTV video. You didn't know if there were real instruments being played or not. Yeah. Yeah. Thank god. Thank god. Because I was look I'm the biggest our Smith and Led Zeppelin and van Halen fan and Beatles fan, right? Owns fan on people who play big time, and buddy rich and right down the line. But if it weren't for that music, and it weren't for the technology that was really being developed in and had, you know, had a consumer base to you know, to drive it. You know, my career would have taken a whole different path..
"chick corea" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"chick corea" Discussed on KCRW
"Contrast as a composer Sanchez thinks in terms of long arcs to pieces here last longer than twenty minutes and both feature moments of storm clouds gathering tension like this. These develop slowly surge into big splashy Melis. Sanchez is forty seven years old. He studied classical music growing up and came to the US in nineteen Ninety-three to attend Berkeley in Boston immediately found himself into man, he's performed with chick Corea and other chess stars and his played for years with guitar master patent Fini, you could hear Mathies influence on this album in the wind blown wordless vocal. Melody Sanchez uses here. It's always tricky when a composer of instrumental music claims work is about a specific subject, especially a hot button issue like immigration in Tonio Sanchez understands that he says that like many he was incensed by the scenes of family separation at the border yet, he avoids expressions of anger or outrage. Instead these fluid fast-changing pieces focused on the life altering journeys themselves a booking spirit and determination necessary to make them. The latest by Antonio Sanchez is lines in the sand. A reviewer is Tom. You're listening to all.