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"daniel lanois" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:21 min | 5 d ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"But then through the rest of the 90s, it seemed like you were again trying to almost run away from the things that had made people initially fall in love with you too. Was that about showing that you can do different things? Or was that about, you know, what what motivates someone when you've had such a great response to what you are doing to then want to do something different? I think we function on inspiration more than we do anything else and inspiration is something that comes and goes, you have to find ways to make yourself inspired. And as a composer, I find myself all the time thinking, as I write a piece of music, how am I going to inspire to a sitting on this or Adam and Larry to play on it? And at the end of every tour, we almost have to teach ourselves how to write songs again because time has moved down the cultures moved on. We've changed. I think when you add the Joshua tree album, the Joshua tree tour, we ran pretty much straight into making of rattle and harm the documentary and then that album and I'd been riding music throughout the tour to try to make sure we had something new for the rattle and hum album. But that almost killed me. And then at the end of that whole process, we did a love town tour ending in Dublin on the point depose the year was 1989. It was December 31st. And barno spontaneously said to the audience, I think we got to go and dreaming up all over again. And he was expressing absolutely what we were feeling because we just run out of energy, run out of road. We knew that that could come to an end. We felt good about it, but we knew that we couldn't do that anymore. We had to kind of re energize, reconnect with the culture, find a new way and find a way to get inspired. So in the process of taking a bit of time to reabsorb what was happening in the culture, we realized that we kind of painted ourselves somewhat into a corner. We really had to give ourselves some creative room to try something different. And so barna and I got together ahead of going into the studio and we started working on the ideas and really radically different starting points. In fact, just leading up to that album, we took on the job of writing music for a production of a clockwork orange, which was put on in London in the Royal Shakespeare theater and that was just this incredible opportunity to sort of like the sorbet clear the palette to just do something so radically different. And kind of off the back of that, we really started to have a lot of fun working on music that started from such a different perspective. And led us, I think, into a certain creative place where we were free of. We were free of the Joshua tree. We were free of retina. We really had a chance to get inspired again. That's right. That's really correct. The playfulness is really not to be missed under estimated. Misunderstanding. I think I just made up more. And yeah, clockwork and I just played that role and because we'd started as teenagers with fun and mischief and doing these very surreal shows and we gave each other the names. We lived in another world and that's all that happened we started with the 90s. It was an experimental phase, but it gave us it re energized we had kids. We were we fell in love again with our partners with each other, you know, that's a part of it. You know, it's like you have to want to be in a band. And so the 90s was really important because it gave it and you know we did call me throw me kiss me kill me, we did fun projects for that we did what else we do miss Sarajevo with Lucien Luciano Pavarotti and I was one of the proudest moments really I think for me working with Brian eno and Daniel lanois again but in an experimental way and then perhaps the experimentation got a bit of hand. It was like, he was like, hello, we're over here. Yeah, you remember you started, I was a punk rock band. Whoops, the becoming a bit progressive rock there. And come on, come on back and also I think we wanted to very just like at the end of the 70s we wanted to make music that counted in the wider world. And so our activism started to get sharper again. I started campaigning for a drop of debt and then it's funny these cycles may have made all the leave behind, came out of that. Now, Davis Guggenheim, who I know you guys know well and he was a guest on this podcast in the past. He once interviewed you and said, quote, there's a love physics that at some point a rock band has to either implode or explode or worse stay together, but die inside close quote. Obviously, you guys have defied that longer than just about any band. But it does sound like in the aftermath of pop and the stuff where you say people were yelling, come back to do what we are used to seeing you do, was that the closest we ever came to that, what would have been a tragic fate of you guys dissolving or going your own ways or whatever that would have been? I mean, I think almost as we have to learn to write songs after each tour, we also have to kind of learn how to be a band again after each tour. And there's always trauma involved. And the making of actor and baby, famously, was very difficult for the reasons that myself and violent kind of pushed into this new area of work. And Adam and Larry were trying to find kind of ownership of the new material and the way in and found it very challenging. In the end, I mean, I think it's their best album as a rhythm section. So they made it they really made it their own. But I think it's every step of the way for you to a case of us having to kind of break up and reform in a new way. And I think that's what keeps our going is the fact that we're never prepared to sit on our laurels and coast because I don't think we would be able to do that. I think we're almost like a shark. The only way we can actually survive is by moving forward, creatively. And if we ever actually stopped, we would that's when we would break up if we lost our interest in just giving you a shock. Whatever lost to that desire. Card tricks on the range of excuse me. If we ever lost our desire to innovate and keep developing, I think that would probably be the end of the band, probably not an explosion or an implosion, but the kind of slow death. But, you know, we do pride ourselves on maintaining that ambition creatively. Well, and it's a testament to you guys that after probably the most knocks that you'd ever had to endure with that coming out of the 90s, you come back with all you can leave behind, let's just say how many songs people love from whether beautiful day stuck in a moment that you can't get out of elevation, walk on..

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:21 min | 5 d ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"But then through the rest of the 90s, it seemed like you were again trying to almost run away from the things that had made people initially fall in love with you too. Was that about showing that you can do different things? Or was that about, you know, what what motivates someone when you've had such a great response to what you are doing to then want to do something different? I think we function on inspiration more than we do anything else and inspiration is something that comes and goes, you have to find ways to make yourself inspired. And as a composer, I find myself all the time thinking, as I write a piece of music, how am I going to inspire to a sitting on this or Adam and Larry to play on it? And at the end of every tour, we almost have to teach ourselves how to write songs again because time has moved down the cultures moved on. We've changed. I think when you add the Joshua tree album, the Joshua tree tour, we ran pretty much straight into making of rattle and harm the documentary and then that album and I'd been riding music throughout the tour to try to make sure we had something new for the rattle and hum album. But that almost killed me. And then at the end of that whole process, we did a love town tour ending in Dublin on the point depose the year was 1989. It was December 31st. And barno spontaneously said to the audience, I think we got to go and dreaming up all over again. And he was expressing absolutely what we were feeling because we just run out of energy, run out of road. We knew that that could come to an end. We felt good about it, but we knew that we couldn't do that anymore. We had to kind of re energize, reconnect with the culture, find a new way and find a way to get inspired. So in the process of taking a bit of time to reabsorb what was happening in the culture, we realized that we kind of painted ourselves somewhat into a corner. We really had to give ourselves some creative room to try something different. And so barna and I got together ahead of going into the studio and we started working on the ideas and really radically different starting points. In fact, just leading up to that album, we took on the job of writing music for a production of a clockwork orange, which was put on in London in the Royal Shakespeare theater and that was just this incredible opportunity to sort of like the sorbet clear the palette to just do something so radically different. And kind of off the back of that, we really started to have a lot of fun working on music that started from such a different perspective. And led us, I think, into a certain creative place where we were free of. We were free of the Joshua tree. We were free of retina. We really had a chance to get inspired again. That's right. That's really correct. The playfulness is really not to be missed under estimated. Misunderstanding. I think I just made up more. And yeah, clockwork and I just played that role and because we'd started as teenagers with fun and mischief and doing these very surreal shows and we gave each other the names. We lived in another world and that's all that happened we started with the 90s. It was an experimental phase, but it gave us it re energized we had kids. We were we fell in love again with our partners with each other, you know, that's a part of it. You know, it's like you have to want to be in a band. And so the 90s was really important because it gave it and you know we did call me throw me kiss me kill me, we did fun projects for that we did what else we do miss Sarajevo with Lucien Luciano Pavarotti and I was one of the proudest moments really I think for me working with Brian eno and Daniel lanois again but in an experimental way and then perhaps the experimentation got a bit of hand. It was like, he was like, hello, we're over here. Yeah, you remember you started, I was a punk rock band. Whoops, the becoming a bit progressive rock there. And come on, come on back and also I think we wanted to very just like at the end of the 70s we wanted to make music that counted in the wider world. And so our activism started to get sharper again. I started campaigning for a drop of debt and then it's funny these cycles may have made all the leave behind, came out of that. Now, Davis Guggenheim, who I know you guys know well and he was a guest on this podcast in the past. He once interviewed you and said, quote, there's a love physics that at some point a rock band has to either implode or explode or worse stay together, but die inside close quote. Obviously, you guys have defied that longer than just about any band. But it does sound like in the aftermath of pop and the stuff where you say people were yelling, come back to do what we are used to seeing you do, was that the closest we ever came to that, what would have been a tragic fate of you guys dissolving or going your own ways or whatever that would have been? I mean, I think almost as we have to learn to write songs after each tour, we also have to kind of learn how to be a band again after each tour. And there's always trauma involved. And the making of actor and baby, famously, was very difficult for the reasons that myself and violent kind of pushed into this new area of work. And Adam and Larry were trying to find kind of ownership of the new material and the way in and found it very challenging. In the end, I mean, I think it's their best album as a rhythm section. So they made it they really made it their own. But I think it's every step of the way for you to a case of us having to kind of break up and reform in a new way. And I think that's what keeps our going is the fact that we're never prepared to sit on our laurels and coast because I don't think we would be able to do that. I think we're almost like a shark. The only way we can actually survive is by moving forward, creatively. And if we ever actually stopped, we would that's when we would break up if we lost our interest in just giving you a shock. Whatever lost to that desire. Card tricks on the range of excuse me. If we ever lost our desire to innovate and keep developing, I think that would probably be the end of the band, probably not an explosion or an implosion, but the kind of slow death. But, you know, we do pride ourselves on maintaining that ambition creatively. Well, and it's a testament to you guys that after probably the most knocks that you'd ever had to endure with that coming out of the 90s, you come back with all you can leave behind, let's just say how many songs people love from whether beautiful day stuck in a moment that you can't get out of elevation, walk on..

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:12 min | Last month

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Form Broadway Jackson's big black and queer musical should be coming to Broadway next year That is unless the pandemic shuts theaters again in a strange loop nobody needs especially not Michael all her Jackson NATO ulip NPR news The producers touch and the music of an artist can bring out the magic of a melody of the Sheen of voices and instruments Daniel lanois studio wizardry earned him 11 Grammys and his work for the host of stars including Brian eno Bono Peter Gabriel Emmy Lou Harris and Robbie Robertson He's also put out his own albums and this past march we spoke to Daniel lanwa about his 2021 release heavy son Daniel and joins us now from a studio in Toronto Thanks so much for being with us Yeah you're very welcome Scott Thank you for the invitation There's a real spiritual sound of this album It's got a lot of spirit in it That's for sure It includes my mates my singing Friends Rockhold Deluca Johnny Sheppard and Jim Wilson These are co written songs and I asked Johnny hooves from the Zion baptist church I said what kind of a place would you like to be when you're not in church She said well place where I can forget my troubles and be surrounded by beautiful music I said okay well listen man a place kind of a nightclub in outer space where that might just happen So that was the beginning of the lyrics for under the heavy sun We gonna roll on down the road so far we go so we should transport ourselves as we listen That would be nice I mean I think it's the job of art to transport a viewer or a listener and we like to think that our music can at least paint a picture for someone I am told.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The baskets, and Frasier did a nice job turning his body, so there wasn't direct contact with Franklin. That's not really Frazier's game, but with the three is not going down in the last few attempts he's had to drive to the basket. So Franklin of the line looking for his 18 point of the game. On mister and he is a really good free throw shooter. So that miss was a bonus for Indiana, but he could give Illinois they're the only lead in the overtime thus far, if, in fact he knocks down number two still again, looking for his 18 point of the game. And this one drops, so he's got 18 points in this contest. He scored their last 11 69 68, Indiana Down Waters during brings it across the timeline. Now with the basketball gives to pray, Galloway Galloway slides of pass off the arm on Franklin Franklin dribbles to the right tries to penetrate kicks out the Galloway Galloway won't shoot it Now. Trade pulls it back outside. Pray Galloway down out the trace. Jackson Davis, Jackson Davis Back out the Galloway Needs to take a shot drives in, throws it up and whistle offensive foul entree. Galloway wow two offensive fouls on two possessions here for Indiana, and Galloway's got his first follow the game on that one, I think was a great call. Granderson slid over set his feet outside the semi circle. I think Jackson Davis passed up a 15 footer there. Donna's shock clock's winding down. That's one. I think he's got to feel comfortable to take Leighton Ball games, but he passed it up. And put his teammate in a tough spot. There's Curbelo with a basketball in line. I could take a three point or even a four point lead over three here. Here's a pass in the quarter. Do matey Williams mishandle it gives without the Fraser Fraser back outside the Grandison back. The Fraser does 10 on the shot clock. Friend Frasier now will work one on one slides to the left, pulls up fires up a jump shot ribs that no good rebound. Armand Franklin Fry. You are my pulls it down across the time line with the dribble Armand against Grandison back out to the Top of the key Franklin drives up right gives it the Galloway train out. He dribbles it back between the circles takes it back to the right side. Cries in low passes it out the race. Thompson race prize of left inside against Grandison into the lane kicks out the trace. Jackson Davis two point around the way almost an airball. It did hit me out of bounds line. It's gotta belong to Illinois to all four left in the overtime in Indiana with a one point deficit as Anthony Leo will check in for trade Galloway and no points here in this overtime session for Indiana, and we're just under three minutes worth of action here in overtime. Now, good news for the Hoosiers Don't always only got one point here in the overtime session, so both teams struggling right now, all offensively. I don't know if they're big gas. Or if the defense is really stepping up, But neither team right now getting really good. Looks at the offensive end here in overtime. Rebello with the basketball works it to the left side pulls it back. Right guys into the lane. Throws it up. This is the shot. I gotta call another foul man. Indiana got it stops about following follows on Al Durham that is his fourth of the ballgame. Man. It's sense. I'm Braco Bellow to the free throw line. The freshman out of Puerto Rico has 10 points in this contest, and he said all four of the free throws that he shot in the small game and he is an outstanding free throw shooter as his friend Frasier. So so Cabella goes to the live. 1 50 left in this contest, and he missed it short off the front of the rim so he could make it a two point Illinois league if he hits the second. You can tell guys are tired. There's no doubt about that. They had played really hard at both ends for both teams. Carmelo second on its way, This is good. So it's now two point game, but in the end has got to get some offense going here. Fellows got 11 points in this one. Now Durham across the time line now works it to the lab to arm on Franklin. Franklin Race it back outside circles, right gives to Hal weaves it back to trace back to al Al Free throw line kicks out the Armand Armand works drives inside fakes gives it back, pal eight on the shot clock Now going for the right hand, tried to work his way inside. A fadeaway shot Doesn't go rebound tipped up. No rebound Part four and saved by Leo. But into the wrong hands is Frasier comes up with it. We're down to a minute. 14 to go. Daniel Lanois got the ball. Curbelo with it. How? Near mid court? Just working The ball. Just kind of letting the clock run down. We're down to one minute mark on now, Carmelo, With 10 on the shot clock starts to work the offense, Carmelo gets a screen from Kobe Coburn Frozen cross court to grant a city dumps it into Coburn and Coburn now backs his way inside. Throws up. A shot will go in our mind, Frank. Whoa. It's knocked away from Armani picked up by the Monty Williams and Illinois. Got the ball back now, whistle blows. I think they're talking about whether the shot hit the rim or not on the shot clock went off. It's definitely a shot clock discussed in here. Indiana did secure that rebound. That's the question there is whether that was a violation and Williams just kind of spooked in on the baseline. I got the steal. Pray, Illinois, which was absolutely huge for the align ID, but that's gonna be the question here on that ball did hit the rim. I did. It did hit the room. You have pain. Franklin comes away with the rebound, But winds just comes right behind him gets the steal here. I think it's gonna be a fresh shot.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura coal never told yeah and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity looked at victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry Killeen them and that did it and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that a coast to coast AM.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And for your family screening saves lives a message from the US department of health and Human Services now Kate to weather so far in January we have received almost five inches of rain and looks like we will finish well ahead of that as we are expecting the worst through the second half of the weekend and into the work week ahead temperature wise we remain mild to instill levels will stay fairly high around four thousand feet to six thousand feet with Kate to storm tracker weather a merry Los I'm it's made your but I never knew the no one what thank you what we get this no future guest host Richard Serra welcome back lower Cole quickly becoming a coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura coal never told you and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry killing them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with leave want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on KGO 810

"By the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura call never told you and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and has enjoyed the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry killing them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with leave want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that a coast to coast AM I'm.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And builder dot com broadcasting live twenty four seven from the don our plumbing heating and air studios this is use radio eight forty WHAS as we had throughout the overnight period those cloudy skies will stick around it's still breezy out there in cold temperatures will settle in as lows drop into the lower thirties as we look ahead for your Sunday partly to mostly cloudy skies will prevail dentures are milder as we climb into the low to mid forties increasing clouds expected for your Sunday night a few rain showers will be possible especially to our south look for low temperatures the bottom out a lower thirties we're back into the mid forties for highs Monday afternoon under partly to mostly cloudy skies edge updated forecast on W. okay why meteorologist Chris Johnson coast to coast AM is on news radio eight forty WHAS it's made your it was you the no one what thank you what this no future guest host Richard Serra welcome back lower court quickly becoming a coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura coal never told you and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry Killeen them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the the man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM please pause and listen closely because I believe C. B. D. could change your life you know that health concern you're struggling with the one that you've tried everything to solve a nothing to stop the discomfort in constant stress and worry that keeps you up at night yeah that health concern let me encourage you to try something remarkable CBT products.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Can always listen on the free radio app the Michael berry show get it now okay to whether we are expecting to see mild temperatures continuing for the weekend into the work week ahead for the most part our school is numbers only go for daytime highs into the mid to upper forties most of our daytime highs will be in the low fifties but plenty more rain storms are on the way so we're going to finish out January and headed to February wet with Kate to storm tracker weather I merry Los your you the no one what thank you what this no future guest host Richard Serra welcome back lower Cole quickly becoming a coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura cold never told yeah and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois of the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry killing them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the the man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM please pause and listen closely because I believe C. B. D. could change your life you know that health concern you're struggling with the one that you've tried everything to solve a nothing to stop the discomfort in constant stress and worry that keeps you up at night yeah that health concern let me encourage you to try something remarkable CVD products.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The veterans is clear through citrus county Carl the news radio WFLA cool and comfortable this weekend with abundant sunshine both Saturday and Sunday Saturday topping out near sixty eight degrees under those sunny skies but Saturday night temperatures fall into the upper forties by Sunday morning after that chilly start those temperatures rising to near sixty seven for a high Sunday afternoon we will see clouds move in Sunday late afternoon ahead of a rain chances that go up on Monday on the water today winds north at about fifteen to twenty not sees two to three feet news channel eight meter all just Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at you you wait wait a minute the no one what thank you what we get this no future guest host Richard Serra welcome back lower Cole quickly becoming a coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura cold never told yeah and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry killing them and did you enter deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM please pause and listen closely because I believe C. B. D. could change your life you know that health concern you're struggling with the one that you've tried everything the solving nothing to stop the discomfort in constant stress and worry that keeps you up at night yeah that health concern let me encourage you to try something remarkable CVD products from.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WTVN

"Of her songs Laura cold never told you and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and has enjoyed the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois of the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her catch a hurry killing them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with leave want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM please pause and listen closely because I believe C. B. D. could change your life you know that health concern you're struggling with the one that you've tried everything to solve and.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura coal never told yeah and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her catch a hurry Killeen them and did it end deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that on coast to coast AM please.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs lower coal never told via and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity looked at victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry killing them and did you enter deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the the man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that a coast to coast AM.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on KGO 810

"On Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura call never told you and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and as enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome death than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity look dead victims found on a beach near her keep a hurry Killeen them and did you enter deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively breaking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section Abed coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with leave want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the other man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that a coast to coast AM please pause and listen closely because I believe CB do you could change your life you know that health concern you're struggling with the one that you've tried everything to solve and nothing to stop the discomfort in constant stress and worry that keeps you up at night yeah that health concern let me encourage you to try something remarkable CVD products from only the experts I trust C. B. distillery dot com CBD is the remarkable extract from the hemp version of cannabis it may offer many of the health benefits of marijuana but without the high C..

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Coal never told via and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of palm pay was devastated following the eruption of mount Vesuvius back in seventy nine AD resulting in the deaths of approximately two thousand people a new study however suggests the some of the victims suffered a much more gruesome deaths than others essentially they baked the study published in the scientific journal antiquity looked at victims found on a beach near a hurry killing them and did you and deduced that they died a rather tragic death effectively baking from the heat and suffocating on the toxic fumes for a period of time and for those not to to faint of heart you can read the rest of that story in the in the news section of that coast to coast AM dot com all right when we come back more of our amazing conversation with Lee want to the thirty one point two trillion dollar man the the man who single handedly brought down the Soviet empire without firing a single shot back with more of that a coast to coast AM please.

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"daniel lanois" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Forties with the west wing and then mostly sunny low forties Tuesday Thursday mostly sunny begin Friday chance of rain and snow late in the low forties I'm Todd work with a shell covering a six eighty W. CVM listen every Sunday from six so five to six twenty AM for a broadcast from the internationally known Saint Jude tried in Baltimore Saint Jude is the patron Saint of despairing hopeless cases join us in prayer every Sunday from six so five to six twenty AM on W. CBM listen Sundays at nine AM for radio mass of Baltimore the live liturgy of the Sunday mass from St Ignatius church in downtown Baltimore and again at six PM for rebroadcast following the mass stay tuned for a message from the archdiocese of Baltimore on talk radio CBS we're listening to coast to coast AM on talk radio six eighty WCBS it's made me your it was you wait wait a minute this is no one what thank you what this no future guest host Richard Serra welcome back lower court quickly becoming a coast to coast favorite judging by the feedback I get on Twitter an email every time we play one of her songs Laura coal never told here and she hails from Ancaster Ontario and does enjoy the support of legendary producer and artist Daniel Lanois the Roman city of Pompeii Hey was devastated following the.

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"daniel lanois" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From his posthumous album thanks for the dance Athletico and and it's torn and speaking with Adam co and let it son who produced and help finished his father's records of a great musician and songwriter I would go back to something you said it's kind of sticking with me is that you want a darker the last record you guys worked on together well your father was alive was in so many ways an exploration of of death of of the and or or perceived and and you said that you know after this he was he was reading so many songs expressed more romantic side of it I find that so curious would you would you would figure that the songs about death would be the last chapter that he would go on to write love songs after that here you're reminding me of of of something when you wanted to occur came out he sent me on this press this what felt like an interminable press tour I've always been sense to collect his awards and speaking on his behalf records in the end it became a joke and I remember I remember saying to her I think the New York times or so or some rather big publication I referred to his work as miss so romantic on that you know you didn't know whether it was about god woman and and that that was one of the trademarks of Leonard Cohen's work and I waltzed into is kitchen few days later a week later and had the article on the on the kitchen table and he looks at me and he says Methow romantic and and he looks at me says remind me to reduce you entire catalog of your work to to work and the big you know of course it was a joke and and I don't believe that I'm wrong in using those terms but the truth of the matter is you wanted to occur was this kind of firm handshake right this firm looking you in the eyes and saying goodbye with the gravity of the position of the narrator this record is also a good bye there's also there's also the same kinds of pondering so it's not it's not an exception it's not a departure it's just it's just a hand on the shoulder instead of a firm handshake it's a gentle hand on the shoulder lingering softer touch and there is a lot of a lot more romance but it's again that myth so romantic you know you don't know if it's god or women or both I love it so much I love that your father so let me let me remind me to boil down your work in the two words it was he was eleven he was that's the thing I miss the most you know was the unexpected humor of the man he's a funny guy really owe my goodness you know I mean it's not a surprise to those who were who were real who really study and are familiar with the work and the poetry but to I think to tell a lot of people he has the sort of poet laureate literary side almost noon to people who don't like him it's probably lugubrious but he was the lightest he was the lightest touch I've ever ever seen funniest guy I have ever met you said that you chose his most characteristic musical signatures when you were arranging and composing this reckon producing this record I I I like to talk a little bit about Winterkorn's music whenever I can sometimes I feel like his musical ability gets overlooked for his lyrical here here which is profound so let's talk about that a little Dillon said the same thing is that so yeah and and really I think your observation is beautiful and thank you it I think the suit on I'm sorry now that I'm done compliment you will see a question I never mind we can end the interview right here I'm gonna quit while I'm ahead Adam let's talk about that but what were some of your father's most characteristic musical signatures you wanted to preserve on this record you know when when Rick Rubin or Daniel Lanois or done was far more accomplished record makers came knocking more coverage than me can knocking saying Hey Leonard would love to work with you we want to restore some of that nylon string guitars some of those mid Mediterranean flavors the acoustic intimacy that were the signatures of your old work my father declined every time I think it was something about not wanting to succumb to becoming Estelle Jack team so many of can his contemporaries my father's contemporaries in some way you know their legend is bigger than the work that they're currently producing of course I won't name names I think they're all legends in their beautiful contributors but it's true that my father sort of remained you know he sang from a place of he really sang from the wrong of life it which he found himself with with with such devoted seriousness and I think that that's what resonates so powerfully to us you know he's not content he didn't want to go backwards and the advantage that I had over these far superior record makers was that I really knew what my dad liked and disliked and gave me permission on the last record while we were working together to reintroduce and nylon string guitars and acoustic elements and and quiet the synthesizers and you know that incessant other vocal the all the vocals that were kind of on top of him singing with him because he I think he just grew less interested in singing towards the end you know to to quiet those in re establish that other thing that used to happen and Leonard Cohen records which is that there was the central narrator and then there was the complicity in the romance and the and the yin and Yang the for the feminine quotient of the backgrounds but they they weren't supposed to meet they were supposed to complement each other I thank him so there's a lot there's a lot of things that you know in his absence I wanted to bring him so that the we really felt like we were he was among us so there's musical chords there's this chord changes there's there's a kind of there's instrumentation searches signatures so that when for example Leslie Feist and Jennifer Warnes are singing backgrounds on a song called thanks for the dance that you almost feel like unconsciously or otherwise you're hearing dance me to the end of love for Hallelujah I should say that in addition to those we faced and Jennifer Warnes also Bryce Dessner from the national Damien race Richard reed Parry from arcade fire I mean the list goes on and on and on I I have a couple questions about this before I can only imagine what a gift speaking of of gifts what a gift it must be to be able to call someone and say would you like to work on my on my father's record would you like to work in a letter calling record they must've been I don't know how to say this in any other way a bit of a trip for them I think it was a surprise and it was it was beautiful for me to see what an honor they all felt in receiving the call to duty you know in the Jewish tradition when someone passes you bring a little rock a little stone to the grave site and to the tomb and one after the other with its Damien Leslie Thailand one arm back lots of really extraordinary talented people they all brought their little rocks and gathered around the tombstone the the the pile gathered it in when you listen to the record it doesn't have that distracting quality of an all star band people you know people yelling Hey look at me it's quite the opposite everything on this album is there to support and bring to life this modern Konex Beria's how then did you did you pack I mean what were you looking for musical synchronicity spirituals synchronicity okay well I'll tell you exactly what happened you know when I started working on the record I invited the great Spanish guitar player have your mas who'd accompanied by father for the last years of his life and he he came to my little studio in my backyard and he played my father's actual on guitar and when you put the headphones on and he heard my father's voice he got a tear in his eye and he said oh I never thought I'd get the chance to play with your father again and in two weeks this incredible communion led to almost ninety percent of the record and like junkies we were so high and we felt like we were communicating with the spirits and my father was a a with us and you know and then just like junkies we also crashed and afterwards I grew very and secure very very worried that it it just been too easy and too quick and I had to call her to call people and if nothing other than to to to assuage man's security to to validate the work and then the most surprising thing happened is the one by one not only was my confidence restored in the work but their their contributions were so beautiful so in tune with what the record needed with what the moments needed there's a great quote by I think it's Ingmar Bergman the film maker he says I don't like to screen my movies for anyone he could even if a cat comes into the screening room I see the movie through the cat's eyes and what happened was when I'm playing this record for people whose music and in whose taste I really respect and I feel how moved they are I feel how expression on their face in the it's an unmistakable that this is working a lot of that worry disappeared and a lot of the complicity that it was seeking was restored I'm gonna close up by saying you know what do you hear when you listen to this record what what do you what is it bring you tend to put it on I'm I just for me I just find him so remarkable you know as time passes my appreciation for this man deepens and I seem less less as a father and more and more as a man has a life some of these choices of his devotion you know blackening pages of being who he was and what's so amazing about this album is that you feel who he was he he he were spoken to from a very very high place we're gonna go out on a on a song from the new record and I thought I thought it'd be nice if you picked it no that's terrifying a list can let's go wouldn't moving on I sure I'll tell you why okay there's a point when we were making this record at which he had just learned of Marianne's passing the Merion from so long Marianne and when he was when you singing the song he was changing lyrics and I really felt like in some way the the sentiment shifted to a kind of nostalgia about Marianne and SO in completing the work we tried to take it back to this Greek taverna on the island of Egypt and Greece and have this ghostly background vocal that could possibly evoke the sound of Marianne in the next room and is this prototypical E. a a love song of Leonard Cohen's which has this myth the romantic quality and you know that didn't really fit on the last record but fits so beautifully on this one.

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