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"david gray" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"david gray" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"You're listening to another episode of just fly performance podcasts. It's awesome to have you guys here. I hope you're having a great week and thanks for tuning in. So, one of the ways I've been evolving in my journey as a coach has been in really getting into more of a joint base model over a muscle based model on not just in Rehab but also in performance. And I've learned this from several coaches, the I was was in the performance, Roman, that was working with the dairy embar, and then I got into it on the Rehab End with Gary Ward at the end of the day. And I'm sure you've seen this. As this podcast has gone along, but but starting with bio mechanics, starting with the model, by which the body organically and naturally moves and going there I, and if it's that's broken than fixing that I rather than. Working jumping to exercises and muscles I and it's the body is a beautiful thing. We learned so much from it in Moi's excited to dig into it and more of what it does. I'm thrilled to have David Gray back on the show David was our guest for episode one sixty. We talked a lot about the link between pro nation the. gluts, incomplete knee extension, sprinting and running and whole lot more. David is a Guy David is a bit of A. A conduit for me in the sense of he was my first exposure to get rewards Wedge System David I have been corresponding the last year on topics of the foot and pro nation. We oftentimes end up working with the same athletes in the online space together me of the performance end him on the Rehab and and bio mechanics, and it's really been an amazing learning experience for me so I wanted to get him back on the show this time. Flip initially flipping the script. We talked a lot about pro nation last time. And I wanted to start off the show actually addressing super nation, just because I think pro nation can prone as the big thing, but we. We don't just focus on one thing like it's not. The human body is not just about one thing or one side of the equation. If you listen to my podcast with Rocky Snyder recently, I had an experience where reducing the sensation of super. Nation in my foot had me feeling a little bit more like. Like my old, my springy high school self, the way that my feet were popping off the ground, and anyway I just wanted to get into that element of the foot, and we also get into a lot of ideas on on barefoot, and why actually we always say barefoot awesome, and it is, but for some athletes and some clients it actually may not be all. It's cracked up to be based on some pre existing factors, so we're start off with a lot of great talk on the foot and super nation pro nation barefoot. And they we're GONNA get into David's thoughts on a joint base model on addressing knee pain, Achilles Pain in David's go to's in making sure that kinetic chain. The integrity of the kinetic chain is there when we're looking at does an athlete. How would it takes to stabilize joins properly to move properly and to have this baseline by which all other strike strength interventions can be effective, so whether you are looking to get out of pain or years looking for a fuller understanding of the human body, and that joint base model by which we move and operate. This is an awesome. Awesome Show David. He's such a wealth of Knowledge David Guy. WHO's learned from the best of the Best Gary Ward Pasta? Restoration Institute the Martial Arts. The list goes on every time I talked to David. I always learned something I'm always so impressed with such the wide lens that he takes on athletics and the human body, so that all being said let's get onto episode to twelve of the podcast here we go. David Mandate. It's good to have you back on the show. Hey thanks very much for me. <hes> always great to. Actually saw I checked before I came on its nearly a year since we last on a podcast and we've chatted quite a beating. In that year, but I'm going to go to catch up for sure. Yeah, a lot of lot's happened since our last I guess. There's a lot of chatting and and cool exercises and things we've. We've shared in the virtual space with that in the time that we've talked so. It'll be great to get to a lot of that today and. Last time, the topic was pro nation. And then this is some of the stuff we covered since our last show, but. Super Nation right like I. Mean it's like you have to be appropriate, but I think I'd like to cover the opposite end of that spectrum if we're always looking at the the interrelationship so. Crew start off a little bit. By what is the? We need to be functional and and and build a work well athletically, but what is the importance? Maybe I describe it to, but what's the description, the importance of being able to superstate the foot in human movement. Yeah? I guess, yeah, we did talk about pro nation quite a lot last I'm I'm quite detailed. The forties quite detailed Bush. If you if you want to call it, pro nation, just kind of the flattening the actors of the flush. <hes> than super nation will be the opposite. It's kind of the lifting the actions of the Ford in the foot sex. Alaskan coma. A more rigid lever and people would typically say pro nation is a bad thing and super nation is a good thing, and in reality one doesn't exist without the other. There is no <unk> down. There is no left without Roy. On deeper. Are Stalking one of these shootings tend to be the people who have a problem so would see that people who are. On, it's not necessarily about Harrier. <unk> showed are any part of your body how it looks. It's it moves and we had this conversation. A little bit recently is why. It's very much about how your foot moves, so if if you look like you have a more pro-native flush. All you would be much happier with you. Having more prone naked are slack force that can actually. Experienced some super nation on some pro nation than someone who looks like they have reading noise neutral looking. For actually can't experience either and so it's not that Pro Nation Gordon Super Nation is bad. Our voice farsight so that we need boats. It's like saying it's like saying the people who say that pro nation is bad. It's like. You shouldn't your spine to the left because you're splitting, should go left and Royce on your foot should go less than Roy on opened their own an in and out, and all these different ways, and that's where moves and if you're going to. If you're going to walk through, should woods you think of where we came from in forest or something like that and your photos is landing on a different tweet in different rock. Rock on every single footstep. Ken, in Footsteps Day Probably Double Dash at our ancestors than your foot, better habitat variability on better be able to react to the surface that you're that you're moving on, and that kind of reaction to this office is a pro nation. Not kind of push off is more of a super

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David Grey on Barefoot Dynamics

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:47 min | 2 months ago

David Grey on Barefoot Dynamics

"You're listening to another episode of just fly performance podcasts. It's awesome to have you guys here. I hope you're having a great week and thanks for tuning in. So, one of the ways I've been evolving in my journey as a coach has been in really getting into more of a joint base model over a muscle based model on not just in Rehab but also in performance. And I've learned this from several coaches, the I was was in the performance, Roman, that was working with the dairy embar, and then I got into it on the Rehab End with Gary Ward at the end of the day. And I'm sure you've seen this. As this podcast has gone along, but but starting with bio mechanics, starting with the model, by which the body organically and naturally moves and going there I, and if it's that's broken than fixing that I rather than. Working jumping to exercises and muscles I and it's the body is a beautiful thing. We learned so much from it in Moi's excited to dig into it and more of what it does. I'm thrilled to have David Gray back on the show David was our guest for episode one sixty. We talked a lot about the link between pro nation the. gluts, incomplete knee extension, sprinting and running and whole lot more. David is a Guy David is a bit of A. A conduit for me in the sense of he was my first exposure to get rewards Wedge System David I have been corresponding the last year on topics of the foot and pro nation. We oftentimes end up working with the same athletes in the online space together me of the performance end him on the Rehab and and bio mechanics, and it's really been an amazing learning experience for me so I wanted to get him back on the show this time. Flip initially flipping the script. We talked a lot about pro nation last time. And I wanted to start off the show actually addressing super nation, just because I think pro nation can prone as the big thing, but we. We don't just focus on one thing like it's not. The human body is not just about one thing or one side of the equation. If you listen to my podcast with Rocky Snyder recently, I had an experience where reducing the sensation of super. Nation in my foot had me feeling a little bit more like. Like my old, my springy high school self, the way that my feet were popping off the ground, and anyway I just wanted to get into that element of the foot, and we also get into a lot of ideas on on barefoot, and why actually we always say barefoot awesome, and it is, but for some athletes and some clients it actually may not be all. It's cracked up to be based on some pre existing factors, so we're start off with a lot of great talk on the foot and super nation pro nation barefoot. And they we're GONNA get into David's thoughts on a joint base model on addressing knee pain, Achilles Pain in David's go to's in making sure that kinetic chain. The integrity of the kinetic chain is there when we're looking at does an athlete. How would it takes to stabilize joins properly to move properly and to have this baseline by which all other strike strength interventions can be effective, so whether you are looking to get out of pain or years looking for a fuller understanding of the human body, and that joint base model by which we move and operate. This is an awesome. Awesome Show David. He's such a wealth of Knowledge David Guy. WHO's learned from the best of the Best Gary Ward Pasta? Restoration Institute the Martial Arts. The list goes on every time I talked to David. I always learned something I'm always so impressed with such the wide lens that he takes on athletics and the human body, so that all being said let's get onto episode to twelve of the podcast here we go. David Mandate. It's good to have you back on the show. Hey thanks very much for me. always great to. Actually saw I checked before I came on its nearly a year since we last on a podcast and we've chatted quite a beating. In that year, but I'm going to go to catch up for sure. Yeah, a lot of lot's happened since our last I guess. There's a lot of chatting and and cool exercises and things we've. We've shared in the virtual space with that in the time that we've talked so. It'll be great to get to a lot of that today and. Last time, the topic was pro nation. And then this is some of the stuff we covered since our last show, but. Super Nation right like I. Mean it's like you have to be appropriate, but I think I'd like to cover the opposite end of that spectrum if we're always looking at the the interrelationship so. Crew start off a little bit. By what is the? We need to be functional and and and build a work well athletically, but what is the importance? Maybe I describe it to, but what's the description, the importance of being able to superstate the foot in human movement. Yeah? I guess, yeah, we did talk about pro nation quite a lot last I'm I'm quite detailed. The forties quite detailed Bush. If you if you want to call it, pro nation, just kind of the flattening the actors of the flush. than super nation will be the opposite. It's kind of the lifting the actions of the Ford in the foot sex. Alaskan coma. A more rigid lever and people would typically say pro nation is a bad thing and super nation is a good thing, and in reality one doesn't exist without the other. There is no down. There is no left without Roy. On deeper. Are Stalking one of these shootings tend to be the people who have a problem so would see that people who are. On, it's not necessarily about Harrier. showed are any part of your body how it looks. It's it moves and we had this conversation. A little bit recently is why. It's very much about how your foot moves, so if if you look like you have a more pro-native flush. All you would be much happier with you. Having more prone naked are slack force that can actually. Experienced some super nation on some pro nation than someone who looks like they have reading noise neutral looking. For actually can't experience either and so it's not that Pro Nation Gordon Super Nation is bad. Our voice farsight so that we need boats. It's like saying it's like saying the people who say that pro nation is bad. It's like. You shouldn't your spine to the left because you're splitting, should go left and Royce on your foot should go less than Roy on opened their own an in and out, and all these different ways, and that's where moves and if you're going to. If you're going to walk through, should woods you think of where we came from in forest or something like that and your photos is landing on a different tweet in different rock. Rock on every single footstep. Ken, in Footsteps Day Probably Double Dash at our ancestors than your foot, better habitat variability on better be able to react to the surface that you're that you're moving on, and that kind of reaction to this office is a pro nation. Not kind of push off is more of a super

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"david gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"david gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News I'm David gray and I'm no well king and I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York marketplace morning report that's coming up next and then in ten minutes at nine o'clock it's the BBC news hour that'll be on ninety three point nine FM and from my flat here in Manhattan to London let's see what they're working on good morning WNYC I'm resit call on today's news out president trump says he'll sign an executive order to temporarily suspend all immigration into the U. S. because of the corona virus we have a special report from Afghanistan inside a detention center for young people with the Islamic state group old Taliban links that's B. B. C. news out coming up at nine on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC forty nine degrees a few clouds right now in New York City we do expect showers and some thunderstorms later some of the storms could be heavy at times with hail and gusty winds winds gusting up to forty miles per hour chance of precipitation seventy eighty percent right now it's forty nine degrees in New York WNYC is supported by Rutgers University continuing studies offering hundreds of courses for professional development and career advancement Rucker's your lifelong learning partner more information at lifelong learning dot records dot EDU on the bring their show talk doesn't just mean talking it also means listening it's a challenge to allow different points of view to be heard and.

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"david gray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ninety three we downtown where David Gray free. Okay. Well, well, there you go. ACL lives where you can find David Gray. Jimmy von will be bringing the in store full of full on plugged in show with Mike Flanagan trio that's going to be at CBO, heart and soul bar. You ever been there? Never been there. Good. Good. Good. Some music. Was that located two thousand eight south congress? Okay. Sits on the southside. It's hard for me. Leeann wait outside that is true. Yeah. You remember Nikita? Right. Who was on the voice, remember to twenty. Mckeon kind of the blues a guy. I just can't picture them in my head guy burly beard. A happy guy. All right on guy. Okay. Bluesy guy, yes. He's, he's still making the rounds in Austin, and he's going to be doing. This one's called blues at the ball. Oh, excuse me blues at the ball, and this is at the high ball, I don't get the don't get it. What are you expand ever likes the blues, the sea of that blaze the high? Lose it the ball refer to Rachel. Something has more experience than I just learned about not today, really been taking injections near. But I have a whole lot of testosterone cream we're going to pick to get four all out now. Sorry. Now here's the show that's a show. That's kind of close to, to Todd and gone. Dale Watson is doing a free show the hill country Galleria. So if you're out shopping, it's Saturday night concert series with Dale Watson. So that's good. That's a good thing hanging get some Dell Watson right here. Rachel ever heard this..

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"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

"Straight. Lack? See? Flash smile. Nestle. Flack. Lacking. Hey. The way. Well. Really? Selfless. Lack? Lack now see. Lag. Sleep. Kiss. Really? Sleek. So. No. Lang. Sees. See? Failure. Now. Failure. Be. Crazy skies. Win. Fish. Sued. This. He that. Our tat have. Newquay? What? Level down. Never need to Jews. Sweater. Avin Trump gibberish. Holland. Traffic. Explanation. People. What? Live in front of an audience at world cafe that is David Gray with sail away that song was among his hits from nineteen ninety eight white ladder. Thank you so much David and his band, including producer, Ben degrees for being here to perform for us, David's new album gold brass age comes out next week on March eight thanks also to our senior producer, Kimberly do not and Chris Williams technical director middle man, good at recording pants. I'm totally and

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"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

"Managed to sell them, and then with money, I gear so the band could play shows we around PA and desk and everything we didn't know how to use it. But we bought it that sort of enabled the next stage in the process and then. Those seem to open just. Luck is interesting word for people because I think a lot of people who are successful feel like they're lucky it, but it probably allows you to exhale a little bit. It's like it's like taking taking something outside of yourself like taking the entire onus of your own success being on your own work because we all know, so many people who work really hard or really talented who aren't lucky how do you square that in your own in your in your mind? I think it's needs to be slightly pragmatic to survive. It helps to have an element of pragmatism. And all you can't write anything will make anything that's going to touch anybody. If you've got two thick skin. If you're not cheating into the things people don't wanna see what to think about. But if you take that quesion and just go with it in. That's why I find it so hard to cope with what happens when you put this precious thing or whatever it is the thing you've showed of yourself show it to others, and they don't like they're interested it, so nice feeling. So sadly, it's not just that. It's not any good that doesn't work so many amazing records made one the tiniest bit notice to poems that were no books that were just watching the Marvin Gaye documentary. You know, what's going on how they hold of Motown's there in front of him apart from Stevie Wonder they face. This is a piece of Joan we don't wanna put it out what listen to this music. And you said that because in the current in the context and the way that they were thinking they were listening uncertain as to how they should place it as music in the pop world when it was a pop label or whatever. Anyway, you're about put out a new album is the is the reveal similar to what you described back in art school. Then like, do you have to sort a self medicate to to to reveal something vulnerable that made it is always never. I mean, let's let's face it. But I think the nice thing about this time. The the world has changed everyone's aware, you know, it's not the big build up to the piece of vinyl being delivered in giant Laurie to the record shops around the country, it doesn't work anymore. So we're playing well ahead of the record. It's not the big drum roll then the lights come on. And we'll standing on stage ready to go it. It's not quite as foot on as that. But of course, it goes out you feed it to the wolves the the gate Capers, the the people who know that they the cognizant ones away into judge. They're all out. That prices never pretty. If you could get ten days reviews to offer wants new remember the tool for once this far on with of course. Always it's it's it's just. That's just that. That's just the way it is. So you read any of that's my my solution. Yeah. Well, good thing you've made a beautiful album in my humble opinion. Thank you, very not that that matters. But but that's the one that I hold anyway, can we hear commuter somewhere music. We're gonna hear the song the song tight ship think. And and you start this on a fascinating way that I'd love for you to describe for our radio audience. We'll be able to see what what you're doing. I'm singing it's market all together kind of Okaloosa going 'cause the song. It's a strange song. This one. Solar love strange song, kind of some support in very directly, and very obviously that this kind of filtered in from in weird ways focal loop that basically wants to the song. So I still trying to create that. But by singing into Marketa. Can loop through my loop. Pedals let's hear it. This is David Gray at world. Cafe..

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"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

"Field. Medical is. Scratching the wind. She. Everyone that. Mechanics. Have. Feeder. David Gray, just beautifully here. Cafe I wanna pick up a line that to me is characteristic of one of the things I love about your song. Writing on the song draw the line. It's carnivals of silver fish waiting to dance. Like, whoa. That's like a whole. That's painting in one line kinda broil. I get kind of practical kind of image of these kinda we had fish, silver fish, fish people. Dancing around on skeletons. Forgive me. I don't know. What Brueghel means Broncos painter? Okay. There's like a bagel, but you know. From holland. The lyrics that you that you write are, so vivid, and they do paint pictures. And I think that your appreciation for the visual goes back for a really long time. Can you imagine an alternate universe? Where you might have been a painter. That's what I tried as I do think I try and get as much color into the lyrics deliberately. I miss that aspect of painting. Joni Mitchell describes herself as a painter to before a songwriter. Yeah. She is that I wouldn't do that. I say I've put my my my everything's in the solar in basket. I went on that that ship sailed. And I got on I left the painting thing way. They're like, why did you get on that ship or up because I think it was it was more exciting. And I felt like I was college. Everything was just going into conceptual that wasn't something that was very interesting to make like just like painting like process making you know, so didn't seem. To be wherever was going. And maybe that was partly that. But it's also very solitary thing and the something healthier music brings you into contact with other mentally ill people that during the same thing. So it's like a giant sort of men's group out not just immense. Crib. It's women women admitted as well as psycho every order, we will get together, and we might music together. So it's felt like. Whatever's do my writing at the time, we might music it felt more. Like, this is the way I wanna go. This is then you've the gig as well, which just brings you out into the world, and incredible wise, it's a more vivid experience being on stage and just painting away in the studio. And then you've got the nerve wracking private view, which you get drunk for the traditional artist. Oil the pressure's too much really Godhra is there. No. Is there? An instance that your memory like from art school when you had to reveal a painting of us. Remember putting show on getting absolutely Hamid? I was Dylan Thomas for the evening. How Dylan Thomas van Morrison, which is actually kind of horrendous. If you think the worst the worst aspects of their behavior, I get them both on the same. What did you? Luckily, my grandparents with. To rein you in. Wait. What had you painted and how is it received? It went down very well for you or. For the bear. The were went well that was a long time ago. It went really, well, I saw I was very lucky. I think I just I'm lucky. Yeah. I think I think like somebody's look after it is, you know, it just feels like I have a charmed life in some way said that was sort of chemo in my life when I had done all these paintings, I.

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"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

"David Gray live at world. Cafe. Hi. Hi. Hi. How are you? Good. Thanks as beautiful. Thank you very much. Let's talk about some of the sounds that. We've just heard you make that I don't think we've heard on David Grey album before first of all tiny tiny guitars, like the first sounds that you made on that song one of one of the few tiny guitars, traveling with you saving space on the road and the get three of those Wong standard guitar case. Which brings down the frightening costs, you work it out if it's a full tune over a long too. Yeah. That makes. Tell me the I was most fascinated when I first heard that song by that sort of like almost like Kuku bird sort of sound that made on it synthesizing. Right. You tell me a little bit about that sound in that came straight Ben's head. Ben produced of echoed with me, that's one of his. That's he calls it something alarm clock. So it's like a sort of. Yeah. It's sort of like slightly banana splits thing that would have welcomed them up in the morning. Loop said, that's the way I think of anyway. So I am coverage you to think of it in your own way. It sounded like like a coup clock to me, and it evoked some of what I hear on the record in general, which is the sense of time playing with memory and history and even the title itself. So that's interesting. This is the first album that you've put out since releasing a best of sixteen which I imagine is a mouse into reach as an artist. And this is also a record where you've said that you sort of throughout the rule book on on who you were. So are those two events related artistically? Definitely there's a relationship between getting to the point when you put everything together, and sort of look back at it all, but I think the the the idea of challenging the way I was working at started a long time ago, and that sort of bearing fruit. There wasn't gonna talk about this until later, but I know that you you bore the title of the album from a from Raymond Carver sort store golden brass age appears in black Blackbird pie. So can you tell us a little bit about why the story Blackbird pie was influential on on this album. I I don't think it was. Per se that those words lodged in my mind, golden, Abrazos, I made a note of it. And I just I love that story. It's very strange. It's very sort of pool. Asterisk calf risk. It's like is this real of this person mad? They making this up like any really great writer. It's he doesn't say that carries so much weight. So I guess that's something I try and abide by when I'm writing it always have to say as I said today in the car if you wanted to play football you want to score a goal. Don't pick up the ball run directly at the goal. Try and kick it in..

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"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on World Cafe

"Album is called gold in a brass age. You borrowed the title from a phrase in the short story Blackbird pie written by Raymond. Carver like any really great rights. It's what he doesn't say that carry so much way. That's something. I try and abide by when I'm writing before David was painting pictures with sounds. He was painting with brushes, and he felt very nervous to display his work. I remember putting a show on getting apps it he Hamid Dylan Thomas for the evening. Luckily, my grandparents were there something really special about this new album by David Gray that I think you'll notice if you've been following him for a long time his voice, this incredible voice of his is still the centerpiece of his music, but it is tucked in and around all of these other sounds that are both natural and digital that feel like they're sort of growing out of it winding their ways through it in a way that. I haven't heard on a David Gray record effort before kind of reminds me of the way that I've e- grows over and around brick and that is thanks in large part to the sophisticated imagination of producer. Ben to freeze who is also here with David Gray performing. They start us off in front of a live audience with the title track of gold in a brass age. Club. Heavens. This. See? Got. Hey. The. Thank you..

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"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Really generous size houses beautiful sort of full wit glazing. It's Swiss at just done everything. Really really well, but because it's listed they've done everything. Like, it looks as it was. But it's like triple glazing windows, and it's just sort of immaculate. So but it's expensive. You know? I think the thing is to do it it's expensive, but it's going to be cheaper than knocking them down. And starting again could be and just. And just a lot of time. We do see books that are really reflecting on this period of modernist architecture and design in many ways, they are celebration of that period. And in many ways, yours is too. But like you're saying you have taken a really honest approach to this. And when there is problems when they're all challenges with these buildings you not covering them up. What was the reason and inspiration to take this way? I mean, I've I've always lived in this Bill that myself, I grew up in accounts state, and I can win fast says very different expressed very well done now living into x council flat. So I'm very aware of this would have struggles and the pleasures of living in these kinds of communities, and I think I was interested in in the stories, and I think I didn't wanna make book that just looked at people's furniture glamorized it because I just wanted to know the reality. And the reason I did the first book was because I was actually looking for frat myself. So I started. Interviewing people in. So that's why I wanted to know like, you know, what what's actually like to live here. And I think I think people really responded to that. I think both in a more interesting book than something that just looks very glossy. And it's it's it's real knife. Steffi arrests of Steffi around studio talking to Nolan Giles and Steffi's book. Modernist estates Europe is out now head to Steffi's very practically titled page things. You can buy dot co k to pick up a copy. This is the moral weekly. British photojournalist Doma Cullens images over the past sixty years have captured scenes ranging from the horrors of conflict during the.

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"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Wetter, and the wonderful thing about technology that so enabling and I could rant about it in the opposite direction and all the corrosive effects of it. But wanted standing figures just how easy is to make an instrument of any sound now. And that's half of what we did in the studio was rather than literally take ATar Tate. We take get tired, and then take the overtone of unknown and use that to try and reconstruct. The chord sequence is painfully done. But worth in the end because what you get is. This theory all instrument that sounds like a relative of what you were doing. But it's taking you to another place. You're literally standing in another land from there, I survey, and I looked for the images that I'm going to populate this little zone with and that's really my process. Now, I've become addicted to an I as I say, I'm enquiring into will these field recordings and making my own, and I can just see further and further sort of tributaries branching off. It's almost like an impossible realm of of ideas that I can't go down the mall. I can't take all the parts least trodden, but that's sort of where I am. And yet I think undependable that as I said at the very beginning. My melodic instincts will always prevail are want to tell a story at our want to connect. So even if I'm being deliberately evasive in terms of taking any sort of narrative line or auto biographical line, which I've been very hard on in the last couple of records in particular. I still think the story comes through in the end because your editorial choices and your sonic choices. And the music of the words that entrenched you that you choose to use all tell something about exactly the way that your brain is working at a certain type, I stand back from this record. It's still a perfect document of the last couple of years. So there's a long ramp. You talk about the technology computer coming back as you describe it, but they're still fascination which people will recognize from a lot of your work with the natural world new talking about natural sounds, and this sort of thing and this butterfly motifs in the art work. And I as Kane lepidopterists Dodi felt oblique obligated to ask you about this. Because I know that something you're really interested in can we go butts fly into buffalo moth nerd nursery for? Flank me instantly because I'm absolutely rank hammett's my mouth. Is my my grandfather discovered a butterfly species in Papua New Guinea, David little thingy, family, coding. His his name was Calderaro sets Calderaro something I remember. But it's so big, right? When the first western voyages came there they shot them with crushed walnut. Shells alva- blunderbuss were enormous. Tao's fattened. It self is short story. Tell me about that. Well, even if it's rank amateurism why is it because there's something we'd and quicksilver temporal about bachelor's Moss's. Really interesting to you every aspect of the natural world seals Eddie in currents, the grass is on the Junes. I've got a small place on the Junes in Norfolk. We go down to which is the polar opposite of where I was brought up in Wales. Four five degree trees blasted by Atlantic gales. And then you've got this very different flat landscape, which sort of atomised as everything you kind of just dissolve into the sky was enormous sky enormous empty beach. Anyway, I'm Keane bird watcher, again, very very much an amicable and live on on the edge of a huge nature..

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"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Now, of course, this follows all the important votes. We saw earlier in the month onto fourteen to February. And there are rumors that some remain supporting ministers reportedly considering to resign. So that it can support an amendment that wants to extend article fifty which at this point seems like the most sensible thing to do because the clock is ticking down to twenty nine. Of March and twenty two point fifty nine pm at that time. But the truth is no one really knows what's going to happen. If any of the amendments to extend article fifty or to allow that UK won't leave without a deal will go through and the way things have happened and unfolded over the past couple of months just shows that we really can't predict swan until it actually happens. That is your week ahead. Call thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on the Monica weekly calls to see you again soon up next. We'll be hearing from David Gray. Stay tuned. Musician David Gray's breakout album white ladder, hit number one back in two thousand and one I can scarcely believe that long ago. It's now ubiquitous hit such Babylon. And this year's love helped it stay in the charts for years that balance of heartfelt reflective in experimental some writing alongside a savvy pops incivility continues on his latest record gold in abroad age and David is. Here's to talk about it. But first let's hear bit of his latest single tight ship. Now massive. The. To see. Two. See a little bit of a tight ship that David grain joins us now in the studio. David welcome to the monocle weekly. Thank you. Hello chuckling. As we read your with ritual in charge. Strike trying to be pop savvy. Do you think you have a savvy since village? I think you definitely I I've sensibility. So I think that whatever kind of music I make I want it to reach out and connect I don't want to hide in. Obscure gesture it eventually it has to reach make connection. That's what I'm hoping. So I think if that support sensibility than I definitely have I think the the influence of people that I grew up listening to what my dad have listened to the Beatles. Elton, John oh, Bob Dylan, those things very direct that that kind of music is what is being sophisticated. So those things have gone in as deeply as the other things I stumbled upon throughout my listening life digitally more about the song touch. I mean, I I of I love it e-. He has some kind of it's quite a sunny song. Would you say that I think is very upbeat? I think it has a slightly ironic twinkle in its I is a strange song. It's aspirational about but living in the moment and not caring, which is something we all spire to these days, but none of us get anywhere near so. Oh, that's where this slightly detached ironic stance. If the song comes it's yearning for this kind of poetically complete existence described as the versus go by and then at the end sort of has the image of diving into a mirrored pool, and suddenly you are the bird diving through the mirror into the music itself on the song deepens, and you go behind the surface underneath the surface..

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"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Once again, we should start with substantial fluke, of course, from the week the world of fashion, and well the world mourning the passing of the great call Lagerfeld one of those we probably will not see his like again Epsilon elite auto Ainhoa people say, oh, the legendary actor died in here. And so because I mean, even if you don't like you respect him. He's amazing a career as a designer he's being Chanel sings nineteen Eighty-three. It's incredible. Because even when I you know, I read the, you know, the Spanish to Brazilian papers. It was on the front page of every single major broadsheet, you know, the next day after his death. So it is quite shocking. And it was interesting to rewatch interview that are very long editor-in-chief did with Carl aback thousand footing. And I mean, he's he's a funny guy. I mean, he okay. Some people might not agree with his views and everything, but he made us laugh, and is a very talented designer one of the things talking Tyler this past week about call. He admired so much was exactly that very forthright. It's an understatement said he wasn't afraid of upsetting people. He spoke his mind, and this probably not enough people who are willing to beer, but spiky outrageous, but confrontational, you know, everything is so sanitizer. Worrying about what is going to be said on social media and all the rest, he was certainly someone who spoke his mind anew, his own mind better than anyone. Absolutely. So I think the fashion world I mean, the world will probably miss a little bit of Lagerfeld in their life. We'll we'll try and bring just a tiny measure of his spiky attitude to proceedings on today's Monaco weekly. We've got a few great guests heavenly to me. I'm looking forward to chatting with David Gray. Who's a bit of a legend in the music Saint here in this coming? Babylon is a classic. I mean, we have to meet it. We're going back almost well when the actual album, I came out basically twenty is which is extraordinary to think. So I'm looking forward to talking David a little later, I'm looking forward. So looking ahead to next week's news today who's that coming up over the harass? Isan Carlotta Rabelo. And here she is Jada. Hello, welcome. Let's start with the Oscars, of course, happening later tonight. And if I'm going to be here sitting in front of financial support shekel, and you as well, Tom, of course, we have to mention the Oscars certainly in the last few rations, it seems that the Oscars if none of you. I have spoken about this that it's almost as much about who's presenting it or the politics behind the awards, then the actual winners. And yet there are some interesting things look out for met flicks. Made a big play to try and get one of their films recognized brilliant film, which ROY Moore is that the most interesting to know makers particular winner people took him out long-serving actors who haven't ever won Glenn Close. This thing. What are you looking out for a lot of interesting big blockbusters in the best picture category is Oklahoma thing in recent years?.

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"david gray" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"david gray" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"David Gray please forgive me in Scotty land above the border and you know the only Scottish Scottish listener to get in touch tonight with a song request that one's coming up a little bit let.

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"david gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david gray" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It does feel exactly like you're on fire is incredibly painful in longtrack especially the long distance races it's miserable every part of your body from your fingernails to the back of your spine to your toes hurts which explains why joey cheek jokes he became a 500meter sprinter instead of easiest thing worth thirty four seconds by time you're cooked in that race evil and get ten seconds left it was in the five hundred meter sprint that joey cheek won gold in the two thousand six olympics here in south korea where he's doing commentary for nbc he took a moment before the games when the oval was totally empty and he walked down to the ice to the start line and everything's just perfectly still you're my hair stood up on end and when i add that brief second when i looked online you get tearing my gosh once upon a time i had a day or of the best in the world of this the thrilled that helps you forget the agony melissa block npr news come young south korea and this is morning edition from npr news i'm david gray and i'm steve inskeep support for npr comes from member stations and from people for the american way committed to defending a free press protecting the right to vote fighting for equality and building the banja progressive leaders more at pfa w dot org and inaba creators of the japanese dream wave massaged hair with shiatsu point detection and sixteen programme massages including morning in nighttime sessions retail dealers nationwide more at dream wave chair dot com.

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"david gray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"david gray" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"David gray in washington tom keene in new york this is bloomberg let's get second after on world headlines have our colleague mike bar faded tom thank you very much president trump will call on world leaders to confront north korea and iran as he prepares to give his first address to the un general assembly this morning trump will likely designs of the peril posed by the weapons programs both countries is to grow eight for any country to remain on the sidelines bloomberg will carry trump's address launch tropical storm watches remain in effect for long island ahead of hurricane oh zang hurricane maria past smashed hindudominated with one hundred sixty five mph winds ripping the roof off even the prime minister's residence and go charles in what he called mind boggling devastation as it plunged into a caribbean region already ravaged by hurricane alma global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg david tom megabucks thank you so much appreciate that seven days roh up for the we made enough about this mother of all who markets the vix nine point nine four futures up to tap futures up thirteen kerr in washington tom keene in new york this is bloomberg think news about mergers and acquisitions can make or break a company's stock price like little elf that's what makes bloomberg's deal of the week podcast essential listening for anyone curious about the biggest issues in the emini route hates alex sherman has tackled everything from uber's deal with china's didi to the sale of gawker media and why no one seems able to buy hershey find it on the bloomberg terminal bloombergcom itunes.

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"david gray" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"david gray" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"David gray system could equal uh good yeah igors or relief uh and then we're going to have to look to the american people part of red cross but these operations are very expensive but there is a formula i've been through this week better tornado in rowlett garlan taxes you might recall a year and a half ago december twenty six their christmas and it takes a while to figure things out do not take a while the for your we had the added up to see if we got to the federal component before federal hill kicked in and it essentially never dared because but this is different so yes we're going to have to have earned initial package that will be available i assume next week to relieve those funds the president i'm sure is on board also uh and then we're going to have to add things up and i insist papal middle one and then uh if non indian one a later one because th th this year two two comprehensive two large we're not paying for people who have home insurance were not pain poor people who have the ability we are paying for people who are who were in and and there's a limit pruitt uh unfortunately but this is a longterm a new now bigger also going to have to look at houston schools i was talking with the senator crews about this if as i suspect the public schools of houston at least in the lowerlying areas are destroyed they are going to need some additional gone directly seven to thirteen more in his minimum over texas by friday so the the event goes on and if that britt if they're structural thought there at the dam's i think you're looking at johnson and flood kinda thing let me go ahead whole home another issue these scams don't at the racecourse burke at that that's why i'm really let me ask you about north korea this worrying they fire off a missile over japan and the president says all since are on the table do you think we are on the brink of conflict here congressman i think that the.

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"david gray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david gray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After he was fired he gave it to a friend of his a law professor who leaked it to the new york times with khamis consent and colmey did that with the intention of forcing the hand of the deputy attorney general to appoint a special counsel and art that special council is now robert muller of there you go now the central question here as was the president ordering or pressuring call me by saying i hope you can see your way to loving flynn go or was just talking and a republican senator jim rish asked to call me about that let's listen he said i hope you know of any case were person has been charged for obstruction of justice or for that matter any other criminal offense where this they said or thought they hoped for an outcome i don't know well enough to answer and the reason i keep saying his words zoos i took it as a direction why did he take it as a direction of trump was just saying i hope you can do this well this is like a political russian on right only two men were in a room one in conversation happened and they both walked out with two distinct impressions of what that was we should know that the president's lawyer says that his impression was never to pressure the fbi director and his lawyer lawyer gave a robust defence of the president did ask everybody to leave the room and he's the president the united states talking to subordinate is that why call me would take this direction well e that is how kumi interpreted it but we shall see the republicans say that this is maybe just one more mark of an unconventional president okay so much more to discuss npr susan davis thanks ramacci that so this of you from washington now let's get the view from moscow with david gray all right so the country that is the center of all of that happening in washington we are in that country this morning russia and we came here to try to get a better sense of ladder putin's country and we are approaching this inflection point here and then in flushing point involves a forty one in your old named alexei navarro me he's a former lawyer and opposition leader who's been building support on social media and he really wants putin's job now we should say putin remains incredibly popular.

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