31 Burst results for "Coltrane"

Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Cold Frames With Kini Jabbou

"I hope you're writing a book called that we can expect to come out next year. Yes i'm working on. And so i should say. Of course we'll have a book giveaway on with the transcript of the show on to garden dot com of your new book. I don't know how you manage to get this done. In addition to everything else. I don't know honestly but it was really fun to write and sort of revisit the whole season extending as well as you know the many other reasons besides harvey and cold weather So yeah this was a fun project for me for kept me busy. And it really is not against the instruction not just season extending but it's like insect prevention. It's like all of the uses for these sort of barriers and enclosures. And so forth right. And there's a wide range of of gizmos that you have gift moses. An underrated word. I'm going to have to steal that margaret on Yeah for sure. I mean i garden and nova scotia which is dear country as is of course much of the us and canada. And i deal with your every single day. I mean. I would note for a run in my neighborhood yesterday and had to stop. Let four deer walk across the road in front of me And they were probably on their way to my garden But yeah everything from deer and groundhogs two rabbits to cabbage worms and slugs and flea beetles and potato beetles and cucumber beetles. So there are a lot of reasons to consider covers. I think most people automatically go to season extension and protecting from cold weather. But you know. I use them in so many different ways to not only protect my food from pests and cold weather but even grow healthier plants in the end have larger harvest because those plans have been protected. You know and they're able to produce better so there are a lot of reasons to sort of. Consider yourself an undercover gardner right so in the introduction. I also said i was asking questions for friend. Oh yes my friend. Do you know how that is when you ask questions for a friend. What seriously. I actually do have a friend who just felt cold frames and this is his first late fall into winter with them and he actually did ask me the question i said but That is the oldest skies in the book. Have loads of cold frame questions for me to besides the extra extending of the season in the we'll get there. 'cause build a cold frame is actually the number one thing on the top of my 2021 garden to do less because i had an ancient one that succumbed finally kinda fell apart from earlier as the gardener here in a never replaced it. And i'm just jealous especially this last year. You know. i've been jealous of my friends who have renewed. I have my seedlings in the call frame. Oh i'm having solid from the cold front. You know all these little extra goodies so called frame one. Oh one maybe we should start with like what. What is it called frame four like. Why would i check. Because there's all again all these other gizmos in the book to use our new favorite word. Yeah for sure. Well i'm glad you brought up also starting seedlings in the cold frame because most of us. I think at this point thing cold frames or just for harvesting in winter or maybe pushing back spring a little earlier so that you can start planting in march or even late february depending where you live but you know you can use a cold frame for starting seedlings which will then be dug up and transplant it to your garden but you can also use them for overwintering half hardy perennials. Or if you love to force bulbs inside and oftentimes of course many need a cold period you can put them up and put them in a cold frame for a couple of months until that cold period is up so it's not just about growing vegetables. There are many uses for coltrane. So you know if you're into alpine plants or different things like that you can use them to shelter those over winter too so lots of applications but yeah for the most part i do use mine To get a jump start an extra extra early one in spring as well. Let's go later into fall and throat winter we harvest. But you know a cold frame really told. Job is to shelter plants from ice snow winter winds you know. And even though it's a small little gizmo or device you know it really does Taken a lot of solar energy and heats up like today here. It is for reasons like it's minus twenty celsius and. i don't know what that is his parenthood. I just know it's really cold but the temperature my cold fame out there. Now check this morning. It's just above freezing. And i mean that's amazing to me that it's sunny here today and therefore the temperature inside. The frame is just freezing. So that's the whole job of a cold frame to create a micro-climate around your plants and start those seeds earlier and harvest earlier and harvest out of season. So that's the main. I think the way most of us are going is a cold front so in this one one. Maybe we start with where is a good place

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JK Rowling's new book renews transgender criticism

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

JK Rowling's new book renews transgender criticism

"Another book today out from the Harry Potter author about it so deal with some backlash, the drama has to do with J. K Rollings new book titled Troubled Blood. It's About a male serial Killer who dresses up as a woman on his killing sprees. Well, rolling has recently been blasted for making anti trans Statements on Twitter and many foes and fans have both declared her dead. Now, because of the topic of this new book, many have decided rolling may not be dead, but her career might as well be a rabbit. Coltrane, who played Hagrid in the Harry Potter films Siri's defending rolling are going, her critics are waiting to be

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:30 min | 7 months ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"John Coltrane's tower in nineteen sixty five album a love supreme that is acknowledgement Coltrane playing the sax but also doing that little mantra at the end of part one where he chance a love supreme over dubbing his voice in the studio and of course the great drummer Elvin Jones the pianist McCoy Tyner Jimmy garrison playing the bass playing that little descending theme that that underpins the whole piece it is a very spiritually rooted work by by John Coltrane and his wife Alice Coltrane who occasionally played harp or piano with with her husband after he died she also pursued a kind of musical and spiritual practice and she was deeply inspired by the Hinduism and the the chanting of the traditional prayers the cure towns and came up with this really unusual distinctive completely personal blend of her own sort of Detroit roots with the sounds of this the vision to chance so you hear some of these recordings which she made privately in the nineteen seventies and eighties you'd move to California she opened an ashram she took the name to reassign Keaton donde and she's surrounded herself with like minded disciples one of whom has also found his music resurrected and we'll be hearing from him in a bit but but these recordings the were not intended to be sold commercially they were meant for her followers and they are just this weird wonderful blend of Detroit jazz and soul with with Hindu chanting so let's see here this piece called home Rama the album which is twenty seventeen compilation of some of these private tapes is called the ecstatic muse ich of Alice Coltrane to reassign Keaton Nonda the and that.

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Jimmy Cobb, 'Kind of Blue' drummer for Miles Davis, dies

Brian Lehrer

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Jimmy Cobb, 'Kind of Blue' drummer for Miles Davis, dies

"The last surviving musician featured on Miles Davis groundbreaking album kind of blue has died at the age of ninety one percussionist Jimmy Cobb died yesterday at his New York City home according to a Facebook post from his wife the calls was lung cancer ward in Washington DC Cobb began playing with Davis's jazz combo in nineteen fifty eight the year before they recorded kind of blue nineteen fifty nine album also featured legends cannonball Adderley and John Coltrane and with more than four million copies sold it is the best selling jazz album of

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Jimmy Cobb, Washington DC Native and Last Surviving Member of Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue’ Band, Dies at 91 in New York

America's Morning News

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Jimmy Cobb, Washington DC Native and Last Surviving Member of Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue’ Band, Dies at 91 in New York

"News Jimmy Cobb percussionist and the last surviving member of miles Davis's nineteen fifty nine kind of blue groundbreaking jazz albums has passed away his wife Lena T. commonality on Facebook that her husband died Sunday at his New York City home from lung cancer he was ninety one years old born in Washington DC Cobb was a drummer on the kind of blue jam session headed by Davis that also featured cannonball Adderley and John Coltrane it's the best selling jazz album of all time Cobbs is he in his band mates knew the album released August seventeenth nineteen fifty nine would be ahead to have sold more than four million

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"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:44 min | 11 months ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a tribute to his mother's beauty shop it was on the corner as a member of the John Coltrane quartet in in culturing in Tyner are also closely linked in the history of jazz can you talk a little bit more about how Philadelphia shape to the both of them it was jazz everywhere so there were opportunities to to sit at the feet of the jazz legends of the day that there was a place your heritage house where concerts were provided given for young people under twenty one because if you're over twenty one you had to go to a bar so between sets all of his zero Johnny Hodges said Baker they will come to this heritage house which is still there is now freedom theatre in the book offer concerts in a jazz workshop for children again under twenty one the Philadelphia school district at that time had a very real blast music program it was everywhere this no you can't overstate how much Janice was part of the Philadelphia life this year the John Coltrane house was placed on preservation Pennsylvania's list of at risk sites it's where he was living when he recorded his first album blue chain C. is the Coltrane house look like now it's an eyesore not only was cold train living in that row house when he recorded is also where he was living when he met McCoy Tyner he was fighting kicking his drug habit by day cold Turkey in the second floor bedroom but had not yet he had a gig at a club in west Philly red rooster that's where he met McCoy Tyner at red rooster in so once they hooked up they would practice at that house will be full of McCoy Tyner's death I would say that I am fighting to save this National Historic Landmark in the name of John Coltrane I will now say I'm saving it in the name of John Coltrane and McCoy Tyner because you cannot separate the two yeah you mentioned the red rooster I'm thinking about some of those other jazz clubs where are these greats played are they disappearing too they've disappeared most of the buildings are gone so that's why it's so important that we preserve what few buildings are still standing I would ask you we also read about music city a space above a record shop where another saxophone great Philadelphia native Stan Getz would play for fans here's gets a signature warm sound on I remember Clifford what was a music city famous for jam sessions young people can go there in here in addition to stand gets you had Charlie Parker Dizzy Gillespie Miles Davis all held jam sessions for your for the young people the song you just played I remember Clifford there are over four hundred versions of I remember Clifford Clifford is deferring to Clifford brown they the young profiteer who was up and coming as it turns out his last was that music city even well meaning there he left there to go to a gig in Chicago and he and his wife and another passenger were killed in a car accident in so I remember Clifford was composed by yet another Philly native Benny Golson yeah you know you talk so much about how jazz brought all of these grades together and it's just part of the tapestry of Philadelphia but there's also a complicated history here as well absolutely they had in Philadelphia as in other cities J. as in the jazz culture was the first time whites and blacks mingled on an equal basis and some folks do not like that so you had clubs that were harassed by the police one was shut down the down beat that we have the legendary Blue Note another club that was harassed by the police to the point where one night in December nineteen fifty six the Miles Davis quintet was broadcasting live video on a mutual radio broadcast the police raided the joint that night with the owner said no we we saw what you did with the down beat we are not closing down and in the main you know I was going to ask you you've written about the green book for those who don't know can you really explain more about what the green book wise and and how musicians really used it the green book was a lifesaver it was a travel guide that empowered African Americans and navigate Jim crow laws in the south and racial segregation in the north the green book was published from nineteen thirty six to nineteen sixty six which coincides with the golden age of jazz you hear about the green book and jazz musicians because they use it to identify places to stay places to eat when you know when you think about the music that was created during that golden age of jazz these musicians music that we will listen to for generations to come I didn't even know where they could sleep that night it was horrible conditions under which they produce this beautiful music so we have here a number of green book sites six of which are still in the same business one is by far my favorite is club for twenty one in west Philly that if you go there today and I hope when you listeners come to Philadelphia they would be able to sit in this vein both at the same bar walk up the same steps speaking on the same stage that Billie Holiday stood on the John Coltrane stood on Ella Fitzgerald the interior has not changed since the nineteen forties in a while thank you mentioned Philadelphia born jazz singer Billie Holiday there's now a plaque honoring her outside of the hotel where she often lived here she is early in her career in nineteen thirty five singing what a little moonlight can you know I'm thinking Hey we remember what a life in jazz did for some of these pioneers but what a legacy they've also left absolutely and when you talk about Billie Holiday it's not just her legacy as a singer for me as important as her legacy using her ought to address the social issues of the day and Billie Holiday certainly address those times with some strange fruit well let's go out on another McCoy Tyner recording when sunny gets blue also beautiful but also haunting thank you thank you so much for taking the time I want to go on your tour now I got I got a visit Philly they Anderson is director of the public history project all that jazz you're listening to here and now Tuesday big decisions for voters we have the support of virtually every major grass roots organization bring the party together another day of voting for Democrats what does it mean for delegates envoys who drove the No.

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McCoy Tyner, Jazz Piano Legend, Dies at 81

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

McCoy Tyner, Jazz Piano Legend, Dies at 81

"Jazz legend of McCoy Tyner his diet the pianist was an integral part of John Coltrane's groundbreaking quartet of the nineteen sixties and one of the most influential piano players in jazz history he sought help to create the atmosphere of Coltrane's music and influenced all jazz in that area because a tiger was eighty one

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Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

"The nice music one of the world's most enduring jazz performers has passed away Grammy nominated saxophonist and composer Jimmy Hey he's he was ninety three he's started playing jazz back in the nineteen forties in the early days of be bop eventually he was playing with all the great ones like Miles Davis John Coltrane and many more he was nicknamed little bird for sharing an alto saxophone style with Charlie Parker who was known as bird he's died of natural causes in New York with his wife of sixty years Mona right there by his

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Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

"Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm Marty Charlotta

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For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

Peace Out

08:31 min | 1 year ago

For our listeners: Your SafeSPACE recordings

"Hello. Welcome to a special bonus episode of peace out last season. We asked you to tell us about your safe space. The place and people people with whom you felt safest happiest and commerce now. Why did we ask you that? It's important for all of us to have a place or person that we know we can always go to when we're feeling upset or worried or scared a place where you feel feel calm a place where you can really feel that you can be yourself and a person who can cheer you up. Or if they can't they're able to just sit quietly with you for as long as you need or maybe it's something like a Steffi or your fluffy's pillow something comforting thing and that reminds you of all the other times you felt your most relaxed. We heard from children from all around the world. We couldn't share share them all during season three but we did listen to them all and they were just so amazing that we're going to share them here now. Let's start art with vivid here. She is and then Pan Am nine years old massive spacious beach because I love jumping over waves and looking at all the beautiful things I have all the wildlife and I hope you do too by. I do of wildlife to thanks for sharing the highway. Wish Day I live in Montreal. My call place is when I'm in bed. You're listening to peace out with my mom. My happy place is when I rather may school with my friend. Layla messy shoddy. Sounds like yes really amazing people people in your life including your mom in Leyla now. Here's Kylie I'm. I'm six years all I live in. Should call go my safe spaces with rideshare me listening to your podcast Kylie I. I wonder if you're listening with your family right now. The sound wonderful and so do you brea in the United States throat in. Hi My name is brea and I love peace out. I listened to it every night. I am ten years old and in Illinois. My safe-space is when I'm with my stuffed animal. Edward is actually five years old. 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Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

"Jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath died of natural causes this morning at his home in Georgia he was ninety three years old in a career that spanned seven decades heath was a prolific performer composer and bandleader he played with some of the biggest names in jazz like John Coltrane and Miles Davis from New York time Vitali has this appreciation Jimmy heath is best known as a saxophonist but he wrote in a range music throughout his life in two thousand thirteen when he was eighty seven years old he told me it was important to be a complete musician not just to stand up and improvise you know you got to compose I want to be a person who can compose and lease something here for posterity

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the tabla player drummer and bandleader some rocky core wall are and the page collective based in the UK that is an arrangement of an Alice Coltrane piece called journey in such you to nada Alice Coltrane was a pianist and a harpist but also deeply into Hindu spiritualism the the chanting of the sutras in the Bhagavad Gita and all of that so this this peace with its roots in Indian classical instrumentation has lots of resonance with Alice Coltrane is original even though it sounds completely different Cerati core water and his east meets west beach collective playing that music by Alice Coltrane all right that was obviously a cover here's another one except it goes in the opposite direction in this case the jazz connection is not in the original music but in the performers the onyx collective is a jazz trio based here in New York and they are one of the number of artists to contribute to the album called a day in the life impressions of pepper a fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Beatles sergeant pepper onyx did a version of the George Harrison tune within you without you here it is up on a number of occasions we'll hear the LA percussion quartets the group why music playing work by Andrew Norman lots.

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"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You ready for this John Coltrane John. change who once said I'd like to point out to people the divine in a musical language that transcends words I want to speak to their souls and boy did he ever so much so in fact that the yard bird temple in San Francisco made the very understandable decision to worship him as god incarnate. I asked Alex Alex Hargreaves back there on the fiddle if there was a solo of trains he would be up for learning and I could not believe it when he suggested this transcendent bit of improv which she transcribed and worked up this week here's the first couple minutes of John Coltrane's take on chim chim jury note for note taking away FLS. sweet god almighty. June. Alex well.

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Colts star Luck announces shock retirement

WGR Programming

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Colts star Luck announces shock retirement

"Andrew luck announces his retirement from the National Football League at the age of twenty on after seven seasons of citing various injuries lost nine games in two thousand fifteen and a lacerated kidney of dominant abdomen not a dominant injuries lost the entire two thousand seventeen season with a shoulder injury was trying to re having come back from an injury that Klay was diagnosed re diagnose an orderly new seem to be publicly Claire fly clarify what was the last night announced he was retiring the reason he announced he was retiring it was supposed to do it today according to Adam Schefter but then Adam Schefter had the tweet last night it caught fire went viral everyone knew about it including those at the game and the fans and those covering the game including Adam Levine visit ESPN play by play extraordinaire he was at the game broadcast in the game because he broadcasts every game and he's excellent and he was part of the bears broadcast of group last night in the preseason joins us now the shell pens or performance line Adam thanks sure doing this fourth buddy I just I I just like the how the sausage was made conversation you're in the broadcast booth what was it like when you got the news and just what what was the situation like up there in the press box yeah the it's it was surreal actually to kind of walk through all of this and a I think it's a good way to say about it so if the sausage how how the sausage is made kind of conversation we don't really get a lot of insight on this very often so it's weird to just be a part of it I was I it was only third quarter and I got a text from a friend of mine who's a reporter and she happened to just say Hey have you seen chapter sweet I know you're in Indianapolis well I won't be talking about so I'm gonna try to get my phone during a commercial break and I looked down and I find chapter and it says Andrew luck is retiring and the other this this is the tweet obviously went viral and blew up and and that's the thing that got the ball rolling on this show we're very lucky on preseason broadcast for the bears there is typically a lot of these preseason broadcast are produced by the teams they're they're not I'm not insulting them I just entered there are sometimes lower budget there you know it's only to broadcast rebroadcaster doing they're they're six or seven camera set ups we have a like CBS Sunday level of broadcast for the pre season my producer mark Wolfe has produced super bowls for CBS my my director Bruce Troy and his camera crew are outstanding and I've got Jim Miller in the booth next to me who knows the league inside and out so I feel very confident that we can talk about this so I get into talk back because you can talk your producer off the air and I told him Hey you need to see this chapter tweet and we might need to talk about it because we're here we're in Indianapolis and what I didn't know and I found out later in the post script was that the colts broadcast and I understand this whole you completely they they were not your basic barred from talking about it because they had a plan and and the team had had a plan on how they wanted to distribute this news you just said about they had a plan for Sunday they have this press conference but what Adam Schefter week much like you get a load to bomb a time that you get you get a Schefter bomb it's it's gonna spread through the league it's gonna spread fast and because the cold broadcasts wasn't really in a position to talk about it we've we've got national people on our broadcast for preseason game so we're ready to do this and we show Andrew luck we start seeing bands in the crowd because of our care a great camera crew getting all the shots there are people looking at their phone lying there people looking at their phone throwing their hands into the air there are people literally taking their Andrew luck jerseys off their bodies while they're looking at their phones well he's standing on the sidelines with is able to speak up watching this preseason game we're trying to talk about Tyler Brady and it's what the third string running back battle is like for the bears in the preseason while we're trying to balance this Andrew luck news with chapter tweeting about it and suddenly we dive into all holes the whole Andrew luck breaks down what is the injury what is the time line what is that's been like Jacoby percent wasn't starting which we already knew but I know a lot of people of that kind of surmise that that had a lot to do with with what was happening with large so we're just kind of talking about the ripple effect in and what you call the percent did as a starter a couple years ago and lost without so it just becomes an entire story almost based around Andrew luck and we're not we're not even a cold broadcast but we ended up being kind of the broadcast of record for it because again the Coltrane composition

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Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid

All In with Chris Hayes

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Undocumented immigrants in Mississippi live in fear of an ICE raid

"Least twenty four immigrants have died an ice custody during trump's administration that number doesn't include five children who've died in the custody of other federal agencies. She's now here are two new cruelties yesterday. Ice agents rated seven worksites mississippi arresting about a seven hundred six hundred eighty people. They say are undocumented immigrants. The raid conducted just days. After a gunman targeted hispanic shoppers pass a walmart is the largest rate in any single state in american history and those six hundred hundred eighty arrests left hundreds of terrified american children alone to wonder if they would ever see their parents again meanwhile the trump administration deported a detroit resident to iraq even though he had never been there before jimmy aldo was an iraqi national was born in greece. You came to u._s. When he was six months old legally he'd never lived within iraq didn't speak arabic. He was an american in every conceivable way. He was a man who was a member of a persecuted christian group in the middle east. I says he had at least twenty convictions convictions over twenty years but friends say he also suffered from schizophrenia and other mental health issues in on diabetic my after throwing up throwing up speaking in the trump and i got nothing over the concealed. I was kicked in the back of the lady. Get off the guy's property sleeping on the ground. You know i begged him. We've seen this now. That man that you just saw is dead half because apparently is unable to get insulin in baghdad treat his diabetes so my question is how do any of those things help the people trump said he would help who has made better by those kids crying for their parents mississippi the traumatize children. They're american citizens. The president is hurting those americans a dead man on the streets of bad gag baghdad who was lonely and scared and sick whose life did that make better in america whose the job did that bring back whose income rose because of that who no longer has to deal with the ravages of opioid addiction their family because that man is dead on the streets of baghdad because those kids are wailing because they don't know oversee their parents again. The answer is no one and that's a fundamental con the donald trump he says i'm going to hurt these people people and i'm going to help you and he can deliver on the first part but he's done just about nothing on the second. There are hundreds of people close mine and wyoming sitting around with no paycheck. We covered them. We're in the second week of the miners down. Harlan county not letting the coltrane through because there might have shut down and their pensions are rated in their owed back pay. The people more sound ohio who told trump told not sell their own homes. They had their factory shut down and farmers across the country are struggling with unplanted fields having to make up on trump's welfare handouts the economic growth that trump is so happy to tout has disproportionately happened in precisely the same areas it was already happening before in large metro areas areas among people who had already participated from the boom is help those who are already reaping the benefits fact. There's one group of people trump did say he would go after where he has broken that promise and that is the titans of corporate america and the globalist deletes because the banks are running wild in corporate america got a trillion dollars in tax cut so so the immigrants it's punishment and misery and humiliation and for the owners well apparently get this. The people who own the chicken plant mississippi that were rated to it employed all these unauthorized immigrants agrements the apparently we're not arrested. Ice won't comment but when you think about it. How could they be arrested. Donald trump has been doing the same thing in his own businesses for years. Exploiting immigrant labor in fact the six hundred eighty people detained in mississippi was the largest trade since three hundred eighty nine people in two thousand eight and the owner of that plant was subsequently currently convicted of money laundering but president trump community sentence in two thousand seventeen.

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Kentucky Miners Block Railroad In Demand For Pay After Blackjewel Coal Bankruptcy

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Kentucky Miners Block Railroad In Demand For Pay After Blackjewel Coal Bankruptcy

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge they make custom framing easy and affordable frame your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit visit their new stores located on Fourteenth Street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with Code N._P._R.. In Kentucky a group Group of coal miners is blocking Coltrane. They've camped out on the tracks. Images show them standing on the tracks even playing cornhole on the tracks. In front of a Coltrane and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt. Employer Black Jewel pays them. Here's W._M._D.'s Sydney bowls are one county Kentucky Turkey. Though small and rural has a long history of labor activism in this latest protest drivers honked support coal miners who since Monday hostage to sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky. They've been sitting in chairs parking trucks across the tracks. They've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant deminers. Now bankrupt in player blocked to a coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black. Jewel is the nation's sixth largest coal company. It's bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minors lectuing. Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid paid. They can give us our money. Smith drove one hundred fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine. The father of six says he scraped together enough. Change ends to travel to the protest minor. Bobby Sexton says his bank account short thousands from the loss of work more families hungry man and I'm GonNa do whatever it takes to. I don't know if I'll go home if they don't pay us. I'll sit here to we'll ever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production. Some coal producers continue to struggle. all mining company blackhawk also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors or converting to natural gas block joel did not respond to specific ethic questions about the protest but the person who was c._e._o. until a month ago jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reach the sport an employee update from lateral this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their 4._0._1._k.'s to access money immediately ads for the current blockade of the coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether leading it through would help these miners eventually

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Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

06:17 min | 1 year ago

Game of Thrones spinoff shows in the works

"Two. This episode of studio. Three sixty is brought to you by the relentless, which is a new podcast from slate studios and century twenty one real estate. The relentless is about extrordinary people and mindsets. And behaviors that drive them to achieve inspiring things. Join host and doctor of clinical psychology, Julie Gerner she talks to business leaders across industries about what sets them apart and how they view success differently. You'll hear about what they've learned from their successes and failures and how they're continuing to evolve. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today wherever you get your podcasts. This is new three sixteen. I'm courteous. I'm Josh Allen Gonzalez from studio. Three sixty. We're back with another installment of this woman's work. A series of stories from classic Elba, Sundays and studio. Three. Sixty classic album. Sundays is a program of community listening events, founded by Coline, Cosmo Murphy, where fans listened to essential albums uninterrupted on state of the art sound systems for this woman's work were highlighting classic albums by female artists women who have made a lasting impact on music and pop culture. This time lady sings the blues by jazz singer, Billie holiday. It was released in nineteen fifty six to coincide with her autobiography of the same name by this point in her career when she was just in her early forties. Holiday's voice was sounding fragile and warn the toll of a life marked by hardship and addiction. Although the more energetic sound of her earlier records is muted here, holiday still delivers wise and moving performances in this collection of emotional, jazz tunes, many of the songs here became synonymous with her unique sound and persona. Here's colleen. Billie holiday remains one of the greatest jazz, voices of all time and is still easily recognizable to music fans from all generations. She's got them. The musicians and clubs of New York City were integral to the development of jazz in the nineteen forties. Bebop was born in the Big Apple with artists like Charlie Parker bologna, smoke and Dizzy, Gillespie. The nineteen fifties saw the development of hard bop with Sonny Rollins and our Blakey the cool jazz of miles Davis and later, the free jazz of Ornette Coleman, and later John Coltrane explored in downtown, Manhattan venues, like the five spot. But vocal innovator and world-famous Billie holiday with unable to perform these notable. Jaaz clubs in the nineteen fifties as her cabaret card had been revoked due to narcotics charges. So instead, she brought jazz to the mainstream by performing it a major concert venue Carnegie Hall in nineteen fifty six. Nothing. On nothing. She wants said of her style. If I'm going to sing like someone else, then I don't need to sing at all in nineteen fifty eight Frank Sinatra told ebony magazine with few exceptions, every major pop singer in the US during her generation has been touched in some way by her genius. It is Billie holiday who was and still remains the greatest single musical influence on me. She also had a profound impact on contemporary artists, including Jose James, a singer, who is beautifully bridge, the world of jazz, and hip hop for over a decade since the release of his debut album, the dreamer. Ver- dream. Series. In two thousand fifteen chamber quarter tribute album to Billie holiday covering his favorite songs on the album yesterday. I had the blues the music of Billie holiday for the legendary blue note records. When I phoned Billie holiday, it really matched. My teenage angst in a deep way, not in a superficial way. You know, not in like, I'm a loner and against the world. But she showed me that there was a way to feel pain and to transform it into art. You don't have to know anything about our life to feel the kind of pain and tragedy that embodies her music. Holy likewise, British singer. Actress and former cabaret act. Paloma faith rates lady day as one of the most influential artists in her own upbringing on always dry bridge, and this will work out, but lately Acton, just no go. Maybe we'll Noel. Maybe we're not. We got us to relate. How Billy was a unifying force at one of my classic album. Sunday's events might mother and father is taste was always really convicting just the hell relationship, but. But. But this is the one person I listen to in both households. I would say that for me that she was the holy grail of how I wanted to be able to sing. I didn't realize as the young person so of trying to copies the econ- thing that entail sim batches happy. The show mother spray. Track to love. Nah.

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Trump to fight states delaying energy projects

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump to fight states delaying energy projects

"News today. President Trump is expected to announce another executive order this one to make it more difficult for states to block pipelines and other big energy projects. Komo's Theros on reminds us what this will mean for places like Washington governor has made it clear even before running for president that he does not like seeing Coltrane's running on tracks through our state are saying even blocked a new coal terminal during a trip to Texas today, the president will announce his executive order in response to states putting the brakes on energy projects over water quality issues. The administration says there are. Problems with the way, some states are interpreting part of the clean water act under that section companies must get the okay from the state before moving ahead with an energy project. Our state blocked, a new six hundred eighty million dollar coal export terminal on the Columbia River in Longview, by denying water-quality permit to the company that wanted to build it. And in New York regulators stopped a natural gas pipeline saying it didn't do enough to protect streams and wetlands today's move by the Trump administration will add to the battle right here in our state, the company that wants to build that coal terminal in Longview, has already sued the state of Washington saying to say violated federal law by not getting the permits it

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The album is athlete titled the ecstatic music of Alice Coltrane to reassign Gita NANDA recorded at her her Syon ashram in California in the nineteen seventies. And again, originally these were meant only for use in the room. They were not commercially intended in any way that is a piece called all Rama Hindu chant meets Alice, Coltrane zone routes in Detroit, jazz, and soul music, and you hear her leading the choir. But also playing the organ one of the instruments she would occasionally play with her late husband, John Coltrane, but also playing the synthesizer, and you may have noticed in the middle of the song. There's a whole big section where the the rhythm largely drops out. And you part get this of From what male John was voice Coltrane's leading in his towering mind's the way ear nineteen when he that was sixty writing five a is love album. plundering supreme A love a Henderson. supreme on this I edition that think. is I'm pretty of knowledge sure new sounds. it's meant him. We'll hear the culturing opening playing movement And the sax. he acknowledgement was But also kind of doing the of that John little the mantra Coltrane's star pupil at classic the of end piece. Alice of part Coltrane, one where he and chance he a love too supreme. I made kind of over some recordings dubbing his that voice were meant in the studio. just for the ashram and And those also of course, have the been great drummer compiled Elvin And then Jones, and released, we'll the and hear pianist we will how hear McCoy that spiritual from Tyner him practice Jimmy garrison in just a playing moment, carried the another bass on playing great in that the little work descending of soul his wife voice. theme Alice But Coltrane, that chanting another that one underpins and of these Hindu in the whole the prayers. music peace. of So stay It is with one us a for of very that. her disciples spiritually. As we continue and one in of a moment. his I'm John Shafer. Rooted and And they you're will throw listening in work a little to bit new by of music sounds. by by John Donovan Coltrane simply because it'll and fit The daily contextual his barrage wife of Alice news on Coltrane can the show be tonight. overwhelming who occasionally I'm at John WNYC played Schaffer. Harper Glad you piano joined read dedicated us with for to with this. bringing her Addition husband you of reporting new sounds in programming this after is that makes he the sense John died. of Coltrane all She quartet also your support pursued makes it with happen a acknowledgement kind of listener musical support arts is one WNYC's and spiritual of a practice, love largest supreme. and source she was offending deeply that. inspired The clock is by ticking on your chances Hinduism support WNYC and the chanting this year of the Monday traditional is the last prayers. day to make The a cure charitable don's contribution and in two thousand eighteen came please up with visit this really WNYC dot unusual ORG to give now distinctive or call completely eight eight eight personal three seven blend six WNYC. of her own sort of And Detroit thanks roots.

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"coltrane" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on Toure Show

"You know, Alice Coltrane John Coltrane miles than you know, kinda scurried over to to the soul with James, you know, Barry pies case, you know, kind of people than, you know, I've. Known to even study more of late sixty stuff like mid sixties and all the way to the today eighties ends lot of playing around and rubbing, and, and and you know. You know, experiment, you know how like I'll get a baseline going and just play with records listening. I mean, take me through the process. How does Pete rock make a song? I'm sure that you have sure you say everyone is different, but I'm sure in a lot, there's a process so would what is the process. The process for me would probably be just looking for the first thing to inspire myself. Like named earlier certain things that I like to do that that sparked me, you know, I'm weird like that. You know what I mean? Like office take it from somewhere and just kind of adapt it to my train of thought, you know, putting sitting down and saying, hey, I got an idea or homina baseline in my head, you know, and actually trying to make it. And then you know, finding sounds to compliment, but I mean to you find a baseline. Yeah. You find the commentary cells then were then after I find the sounds, and I get get it to a point where I feel it's a full beat, then it, you know, I sprinkle it. You know what I'm saying? Like little horns. Maybe some some sense ounds you know, hand claps all that stuff that you. You know, you do with the drums and congas all of that stuff. I mean, what are you looking for? Because there's a Pete rock sound if you if you didn't give me two regular with no, no label on it, I would probably be like. P, especially if you're like, Pete is at timberland or is it premiered be like I tell the Pete, I could tell the timber. So what are you looking for any and everything. You know, I always, you know, wasn't scared to use or go left, meaning take, you know a record that people wouldn't normally use or take some sounds people normally, you know, listen for, or you know, like for instance, like you know, it all intertwines with the way I dig to going after certain artists, you know that I know play a certain instrument and looking for that sound in particular and then adding it to what I hear my head. So you're, you're layering this. How do you know when the beat is done? When I'm when I'm my neck is breaking. Steadily listening to and Bob my head and I can't stop like that's the fun part. Like after making a hot, our listen to it for hours and get tired of it. You know, go to the next week, but I'm fast. I used to be fast back in the days. I used to make like ten fifteen beats day. You know, a day people. Anybody, my neighborhood, they'll tell you like do was beasted and how many of them were great. Almost all of them in the very beginning. Everyone's beats wack in very hearing. You know what I'm saying? And then you know, I just took spirit of James Brown and all the other artists that were great in in music, and then you know, being inspired by hip hop reduces like Molly mall, Larry Smith wrestling piece. Curtis blow Rick. Rubin.

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"coltrane" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Black activists were there like i will just i roll at least here right it's tolerated it's but come on guys if if that is you like there's plenty of great haircuts that don't you know offend people i mean you guys already talked about it but i just want to touch on my favorite take about like the met gala where all the right wingers tried to be like my religion isn't your costume we really thought they had the aha moment right it just ignoring the fact that one like catholicism is more linked to latinos than it is white people in general i i it foremost i know some irish people going to happen in my t l all of this my yeah coltrane and it's like secondly that just showed like that they had just no idea of what culture is in almost like proven you don't have a culture if there are surprised sometimes you can do it like you could waited until october fest came hard with those takes right right right there are times where you can actually like actually make nine leader hose in yeah not you're right you could've lynn there are times where you could have taken that take and we'd be like our but you you just had to jump the gun like you just have no understanding of what culture is right and also the catholic church is not necessarily on the mega side in the cold catholic churches at the very least a mixture and you know because this is real.

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"coltrane" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Like you know like rocks pebbles in the sand or even i wanna play for you with the double album to him live but it also studio recordings on stanley clarke this clogged i would say definitely coltrane john coltrane the must who else to like i like i like charlie mingas big time just doesn't how my parents house mangoes of i would say our blakey and that was at four and i would say is not deep jazz as far as like the traditional but men should anything from brand from ourselves or win okay data which their traditional i was gonna say the crusaders okay which is what i was getting that but but branford school me on a lot so being watched his shows then i leave jazz for a hot second play with staying when he came out to dream of the blue turtles and i was like wow and he was getting flat fray by i can't believe you're abandoned jazz play with sting and it's like oh it's done wrong with that i mean it's an it's an extra extension of what makes them great already what the fuck is the problem you know so i've had people say i can't believe that i've said i've been a fan of drinking people hit me on twitter light how could you like him and it's like how could i not record though you magazine girl likes it you know shit make happy man.

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"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trumpeter miles davis in a puckish mood on his first european tour in march nineteen sixty it's from a new four cd set miles davis and john coltrane the final tour coltrane's last go round with mile was a package tour where they played one set per concert a fairly easy schedule the box includes five sets from the start of that three week trip miles sounds rested and good lip over the firms springy support a basis paul chambers and drummer jimmy cobb by spring nineteen sixty tenor saxophonist john coltrane i've been working for miles off and on for almost five years and he was ready to be done coltrane grown by leaps in that period he'd become famous for cramming mt notes into ally while giving it a noble yearning sound but by nineteen sixty coal trains explorations were getting more.

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"coltrane" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Please okay okay as it amyloid beta john coltrane in this brave things as somebody samper ramos the sect the phone is so i guess he would be a part of black history our massive back at work rate but anyway black history akron american demonstrated got this in there now in got two names woods's read like history and recently start black lupus always change in a name it when i started my research on on black hair jamaa i did not know when all wear black history began figured on the kipp sam wall the black his witted when a i had asked myself black history about slavery up until now is that black history or the baggage distort before slavery are or whatever it is in on them on are we talking about i think what i use the here of our history too it happens the black people while they in america and not necessarily before or even mentioning it too much about a general but black african than an african american had a beginning before being kidnapped in his slave brought here that his country gear where they came from and they had the change their whole culture learn languages the law that with a different before david not here and those are the things i think were more or less of a group or the foundation for histories of you know the language useful the culture you had the things you did as human beings as a group of people and so those are the things that i've thought about all those indicate in my mind when i started the the begin to the black history out make a point there uh but black history month celebrates the contributions made by african americans to the history of the united states that swept black history month i think about the contribution your other you may have a point because the sooner we regain gold group contributions it doesn't matter viewer musician you were actor you were in tannery win sports is whatever contribution you made because i guess the people will come in french slavery so it if they need you did agricultural nature will be considered as your history what lucky said i'll history goes way back yeah it doesn't just stark yeah with the contributions now.

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"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Robbie coltrane quartet stop them to play three for coltrane's ole composition and a fan favorite from his 1998 moving pictures luna under man good oh man and later had never oh man one dan oh men oh hoo whoa man well prayer.

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No the john coltrane tubby flanagan paul chambers art taylor each took a giant step forward at the end of 1859 ball cavalcante here 939 fm wnyc johnny mathis sings angel eyes the man the got a la la la sterling inspiring lane mile so there's no bra alone the smiling same tv me the guy man man turn will will follow you thing that you soon new i'll be caused history and the la song pardon but got a wrong the car made eighty got got a five who is now number watt who needs whoa his alive his change man oh man new.

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wow com and there one no wow no uh four the album aptly titled the ecstatic music of atlas coltrane torius unbeaten nonda recorded at her her cya nantes ostrom in california in the 1970s and again originally these were meant only for use in the ashram they were not commercially ah intended in any way that is a piece called all rama hindu chant meets alice coltrane's zone roots in detroit jazz and soul music and you hear her leading the choir but also playing the oregon one of the instruments she would occasionally play with her late husband john coltrane but also playing the synthesizer and you may have noticed in the middle of the song there's a whole big section in where the the rhythm largely drops out and you get this male voice leading the way that is plunder unga henderson i think i'm pretty sure it's him as he was kind of the the star pupil of alice skull train and he too made some recordings that were meant just for the ashram and those also have been compiled and released and we will hear from him in just a moment another great soul voice but chanting another one of these hindu prayers so stay with us for that as we continue in a moment i'm john schaffer and you're listening to new sounds ploy more now says america with better on balancing the slavery era because families were stronger than any might win i think it quaint went whichever fanfare commentary that we don't know how it states in the united states into that from seventy are gonna come out on issues that fundamental s flavour washington post column this jennifer rubin on the brian lehrer show next time will check on election day without without a public radio the brian lehrer show a ten am on.

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"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who mm mm hmm uh uh ooh from john coltrane's towering nineteen 65 album a loves supreme that is acknowledgement called train playing the sax but also doing that little mantra at the end of part one where he chance a love supreme kind of over dubbing his voice in the studio and of course the great drummer elven jones the pianist mccoy tyner jimmy garrison playing the base playing that little descending theme that that underpins the whole peace it is a very spiritually rooted work by by john coltrane and his wife alice coltrane who occasionally played harper piano with with her husband after he died she also pursued a kind of musical and spiritual practice and she was deeply inspired by the hinduism in the chanting of the traditional prayers the cure towns and came up with this really unusual distinctive completely personal blend of her own sort of detroit routes with the sounds of this of these hindu chance so you hear some of these recordings which she made privately in the 1970s and 80s had moved to california she opened an rum she took the name to reassign keaton nonda and she surrounded herself with likeminded disciples one of whom has also found his music resurrected and will be hearing from him in a bit but but these recordings were not intended to be sold commercially they were meant for her followers and they are just this weird wonderful blend of detroit jazz in seoul with with hindu chanting so let's hear a this piece called alrahma the album which is a 2017 compilation of some of these private tapes is called the ecstatic music of alice called trained to reasson gita nonda oh one yeah trai dan ooh the.

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"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A love souprayen by john coltrane and ravi kolzig john coltrane sign as gathered in all stark when tack to recreate his father's most finish work this beautiful beautiful seat and rob is not the only family member here that's at helping play this classic there's also matthew garrison son of the basis gene emme garrison from full trains fifa cortex elsewhere in the series of and related concerts at essef jazz are people like jackie asianet nicolas peyton always thrilling pharaoh sanders to see fair alive this to witness a pure musical vibration of love and unity it should be on everyone's bucket list yes sarah sanders like coaching spiritual will soon i think so robbie coltrane and various players are in residence at sf jazz september 20th through the 24th f sanders will be there as well a birthday celebration now it's leonard bernstein's hundredth birthday in 2018 that's the prologue to west side story of which he wrote endless ever since the symphony will do an all bernstein concert including a sweet from west side story and there are going to be other bernstein tributes this coming year above michael tilson thomas these symphonies conduct joe is capable of going deeper than most in the asked because burn style was a mentor for empty t in how to present day contemporary music and exciting ways but also as a gay man making it in the very steffi world of classical orchestras especially in the middle of less injury and there's some of his other jazz inspired music on the bill prelude cuban rifts which sounds exactly like new york city in the 1950s there's also some beautiful coral work here with arias and barca role written just two years before he died in 1990 san francisco symphony dozen all bernstein concert september 22nd through the 24th and here's a taste of california history and what may be the classical of end of the year.

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"coltrane" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

"Once you guys take on i have a sexy music yale today new zealand were you directly that question is to the group or the house via these people you mean did you ever done it never done it in them not even unreleased tracks asking me mr medals is okay if is if you to put it out you like this is just us he's the instrumentals three minnows kidding uh if i have we don't really have any instrument also denims down john coltrane works really well and at the no doesn't that's not to your own music you know what about to each other's needs bluray sis resist makes me so selfconscious so i'm right well is a dane solo 'cause if you it if you have a bad run that time as you can put the song is pretty dope i made this a distract what despite all right spoke bob that can happen how do you ever see your spotify numbers were like world is terrible little nook no not on spotify like two months ago yeah and i haven't searched animal collective yet nami mean the number of plays where you're like well there's much debate it's terrible i know that we don't get shown that stuff you don't get shown us stuff ruin well you'd direct deposit.

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"coltrane" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"coltrane" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"John coltrane and get out wayne shorter but i learned all those guys later and so you know i grew up with rock and roll and i wanted to be that person running around addis stage in and feeling it and and you know just just have in that at energy to it you know in in a way do you think that was better because usually when people take up the saxophone that's what they do they follow listen to all the great jazz great jazz saxophonist and then you try to emulate what they've done sean instead of and oftentimes instead of kind of putting together your own sounded you cut it went the opposite you you had no idea where people were you just saw saxophonist said this was cool areas as as your washer dead play it and said hey i want to play this too and maybe in some ways that turned out a lot better for you the going the traditional route you know what i we all have our own route in there there's no rule book at says you know this is what you're supposed to do with your life this is what slows to make you happy right i really i look back and go i had great people around me who gave me great advice noone told me it was odd for a girl to place axed till it was too late all that was i went to college at berklee college of music in boston and i see to who was this little iota looking guy you know he say every week start your own band start your on thing i'll let you do your senior recital with your own band is right you're on music he goes you're not those other people you know you're not going to be charlie parker you're not david sanborn don't try indy john coltrane there's already one of those guys goes you've already got a thing eager own all you have to do is just gonna be you and and that's what you have to focus on not china learning guys licks great advice all use that advice in our own worlds vets business or whether you know starting some business that you think he's awesome that noone thought of that any for me and music it was.

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