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"david wingo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

04:54 min | 3 d ago

"david wingo" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Even if it's just like the closing credits. But i love his soundtrack guy. The guy that does it sound tracks. David wingo skillset has. It's a whole different ballgame. But i was just messing around with roger band basement with a keyboard in different sounds and trying to do like movie cinematic type stuff so i kind of had that stuff laying around for years and it came time to make a new record and i tried to transform those cinematic things into lucero songs. I guess part of it was had so much time by myself. Like usually get together with the guys and you. Yeah you get to go with jam but this we. We couldn't rehearse because we were in lockdown. So i took these other things and kind of started from the keyboards which is something. I'd never really done before. We were coming at it from a different direction. I think they still ended up being lucero songs but it was a different process this time. I've found that like when you write with another instrument is different. Mind thing i bought. This martin tenor guitar five years ago. And i didn't tune it away. They told me to and tuned it. Just how i would want it. How how are we supposed to tune it. Tenor guitar is not like a writer. So i just go eat. Ea bar it. So i can almost like slide. But there was a whole nother way. And i just like i couldn't wrap my mind around it and But those songs chance to normal songs that i never would have wrote in house red messing around with. He ever heard other guys talk about that too. You pick up either a brand new instrument or something that you don't usually right on. I took piano lessons when i was a kid. I knew my. I know my way around a little bit. I need to take. It's real hard. I forgot how they'd probably play as price aid. You tar read you handle. Jimmy is like it's not. It's not coming super easy. No if i'd tried to take piano lessons it would be a chore. I can plunk around and if i'm recording a record the right hand. I left hand second and doom separate. She a little bit here but for just writing stuff. It's cold you come up with cords that you wouldn't necessarily you see. There's a little bit of that on this new lucero. I mean i know that heads use them of. It's done like it could be a great hat and a creating a great ambient sound. That's kinda the thing creates a mood. Like i said it was kind of. They were kind of written with movies in mind. I kind of wanted the record to maybe sound like I dunno selling setting up a story. Dramatic exactly so That's that's what this one is. I've already started working on demos for the next record though. And it'll be it'll probably be kind of a straight ahead grudge qatar rock and roll band type just to keep it interesting a making the same record over and over. We're going to do the same day. I mean i.

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"david wingo" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"david wingo" Discussed on Radiolab

"Still hard. Can people be that way? It upset me. So horribly bad. It didn't want to talk about it. Couldn't talk for forty years. It's weird. Like, his a kind of weird scary symmetry to this whole thing. Like, the Japanese military was trying to create terror, right? Like what they felt after two little. And so they wanted to make the situation where like bombs were falling silently from the sky. We couldn't even tell where they're coming from almost like the gods were dropping them. But we kept a quiet. Nobody panicked except by not saying anything at least in this one small incense. It created exactly the situation that the Japanese military wanted. I mean, not on the scale that they wanted but like in its effect. It's like a concentrated version of the thing. They're trying to create. That's the problem. That's not a problem. Five is five is a sacrifice in war. What is it five six people? Yeah. There were there were there. One hundred twenty five million people in America. I think they're actually been a little bit more than that. Oh, you can see what it would have been like. Listen to the story. You could see what if if the story had been well known and had been told from person to person everybody was looking up and wondering where the next strange thing was coming from. They wouldn't they there might have been panicked. But those kids wouldn't have talked on the blue. That's that's the choice because they would have known. Yeah. Hey, sorry to jump in here. I just know that we don't have Ross much longer and order respect your time. Separately, three mills who worked with Nick and Peter on this on the story before they kick you out the only last question, I kinda was had on my list is why is it that we don't know about this? I've never heard of this before I don't know, Robert if you've heard this before why the hell is this not a thing? We know. I think it's directly outgrowth of that censorship policy at the end of the war. The war department destroyed all of the evidence, they didn't want these any evidence of these balloons just out there in general. Regulation. This is one of those footnotes to the war that you know, at the end of the war. Just never people people forgot about something that they didn't know about anyway. Ross other any more out there. That is a very interesting question. It's estimated by the war department that of the nine thousand released they thought that maybe seven to ten percent of the total would have survived. The trans oceanic crossing arrived in North America. That's nine hundred three hundred are confirmed as having arrived in North America. So that means there are dozens perhaps hundreds that arrived in North America. But were never accounted for in the ten or twelve years immediately after the end of World War Two. A couple dozen of these things were found several in Oregon in nineteen forty eight one in Alaska nineteen fifty five one in Idaho in the early nineteen sixties, and then the recovery's stopped where they live like the one in Oregon, if you touch them with them were some of them were now, here's the fascinating part last October October of twenty fourteen I kid, you not Dave was head of me, and he stopped and. I think a couple of loggers spreads linger name, Steve Bridget and Lombi. British Columbia who are doing some survey work. The middle of nowhere found the remnants of Japanese balloon that had been on the ground for seventy years. We definitely work at remote areas, and in general, we don't see much treason rock, but you know, there are those specialties where where you see things that no one else gets to this happened. Just a few months ago. I tell you if you're hiking if you're out in the woods in the Pacific northwest watch where you step. Fuego FU GO. That's the codename in Japan for these weapons. They were called foo- go f- you. It's also the name of Ross cones book, the curious history of Japan's balloon bomb attack on America. Thank you to Peter links Stanton into Nick Fogle for their reporting and extensive reporting. Thank you. Thanks for them. Big. Thanks. Also, thanks to Ilana sole whose documentary on paper wings was a big source for us that you heard the Japanese voices in the middle of the story that came from her documentary. Also, we have original music this hour from a couple of folks. Jeff taylor. Michael manning, David wingo. Justin, Walter, we had production support from any mills dummy on Marchetti. And if you want to see these balloon bombs, we have some incredible pictures out our website radio lab dot org. One

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"david wingo" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"david wingo" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"david wingo" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"david wingo" Discussed on The Daily

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your fifty twos paci abraham's and your cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> so because you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and share them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy look this this is from called hit more tunnel there's actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all documents found in the briefcase right here is the mortar brigade this is basically the unit that deal suicide bombers this is something that hog found for me what about these these are the very first the very first of all that i found in a village outside of muzzle called more con comey of how are you hello see okay then good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go with documents and i wanna go make sure that they get their piece and say goodbye goodbye the documents documents well me the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum akhi in me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is louis anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hindriks cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album melik hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela ultimately nassir dotty moving shake qasim holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while he'd hussein jabbar yousef still a tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's molly mohammad shah mahmood james pet a not a joel level derek flood michael

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"david wingo" Discussed on Caliphate

Caliphate

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"david wingo" Discussed on Caliphate

"That message is going out all over the world not just to the committed ideologues but it's going out to all of those people who feel disconnected from their communities who are looking for a sense of meaning a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging it is true that have your be fifty two paci abra cruise missiles we have small arms and simple improvised explosive devices but we have men why dedicated as seer with hearts of lions and blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the world <music> <music> so could you just walk me through what it is you're doing right now packing up right now the documents that that we've found because today they're going to hyon scanner where they're going to be digitized and after that we're going to basically preserved these documents and shared them with the public and the originals are going to go to the iraqi embassy silica this this is from classical ted more tunnel those actually a railway tunnel that isis turned into a training camp hear these are all the documents found in the briefcase right here is the ward's brigade this is basically the unit that deals will suicide bombers this is something that hulk found for me what about these these are the very first the very first set of comments that i found in a village outside of mozell omar khan comey of the how are you hello okay good all right you're going to go with the documents i'm gonna go documents and i wanna go make sure that they got on peace and say goodbye goodbye the documents goodbye documents well eric manny the show was produced by me and emails and reported by rick meany cullum ocoee and me edited by windy door in louis anderson the managing producer is lowest anderson the associate producer is off the charter vevey the technical director is brad fisher music by william patel nate hendrix cliff martinez brad fischer takasugi moto david wingo in me lisa tobin is the executive producer for new york times audio samantha headache is the editorial director sam dole nick is the assistant managing editor thank you to michael slack men album molly hawk salman masud eric schmidt adam goldman ron nixon molecule brown i'm angela l to me nassir dotty moving shake custom holiday tug wilson alan trap john mccormack tony rippin while lead hussein jabbar yousef stella tan julius simon scott shane michelle harris karam's shamali mohammed shot mahmoud james not a joe level derek flood michael barbaro in graham would

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