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"duke ellington" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A big fan of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. You know Quincy Jones? Bola Sete. They I mean, he turned me on to like, you know all the greatest Jazz musicians because he was a jazz er and Yeah, I grew up in with all that. And then I got myself. You know, I kind of went towards the blues. I started listening a lot to you know Albert King. You know, I started jamming around in the city. A lot, Uh, at stone corner, which was Michael Bloomfield's old Club in San Francisco. Uh, Bishop and I made friends with Alvin. Alvin took me to Fillmore west in San Francisco Introduced me to B. B And I remember being on stage with baby when I was 13, you know, with Bill Graham met Bill Graham to is it was just, you know, Amazing time. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists. College football week 1/5 rank George obsessed number three. Clemson 10 3 in Charlotte, the Bulldogs with seven quarterback sacks, They hold the Tigers two rushing yards in Atlanta. Top ranked Alabama crushes Miami 44 13 Rice. Young becomes the first Crimson Tide quarterback to throw four touchdown passes. It is starting debut prepared so well Saving had us ready. We had a really good game plan coming in and we work hard. We have a lot of stress in our staff and our process in our workout so first it wasn't really much pressure. Cause we knew we put the work in sort on ESPN Young with 344 passing yards. Number two. Oklahoma defeats two Lane, 40 35, Texas A and M Iowa State in Cincinnati also win, But I just beat the Giants 61 and move into a first place tie with San Francisco and the N L. West. Milwaukee over ST Louis for nothing. The race red socks and Blue Jays also win at the US Open. Shelby Rogers rallies from down five to in the third set to upset top seed Ashleigh Barty in three cents That Sports Joel Street, NBC News Radio. I'm any driver and in my new podcast, many questions I explore are different. Aces and our similarities by asking experts and Trailblazers the same seven questions..
Remembering Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts
"Earlier this month. The rolling stones announced that drummer. charlie. Watts wouldn't be able to join the band as it kicked off. Twenty twenty one tour in north america. He was recovering from an unspecified medical procedure. The ban said this week. We learned of watts's death in a london hospital at the age of eighty in abandoned eclectic colorful characters. Watts was a steady force for both the stones and for rock and roll. Abc news entertainment producer. Matt wolf has more on his legacy jerry. Charlie watts once said in an interview that being drummer an outfit like the rolling stones like across between being an athlete and a total nervous wreck site. You wouldn't do it after watching him play with the world's greatest rock and roll band for over fifty years the of cool in grace behind his drum kits stage presence almost giving off this. Been there done that kind of vibe. That's because he did it so well. One of the food in playing. Dr never learned to fly a washer. A should have gone to school in announced do it and it would seem everything turned out just fine. There's charlie talking about his craft on the stones youtube channel. Now with a lot of people don't know is before joining the bad back in nineteen sixty three rock and roll was the furthest thing on his mind growing up in post world war two wembley in the uk. Charlie immersed himself in jazz recordings amassing a sizable collection of vinyl singles. Practicing his drumming skills to the sounds of charlie parker duke. Ellington elvin jones and johnny dodds. You'll young they have to learn volumes. Really one of the hogg thing to play with great intensity very clearly as a young man. He had a good thing going laying with local outfits and jazz and blues clubs in and around london while studying to be a graphic designer even securing a fulltime job at a london ad agency after college drumming became his side hustle.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WBUR
"Different Narrative scope and direction as to where it could go. This core. These chords are also The Beautiful types of harmonies that you would hear. In the early 20th century when classical music and jazz music In America. Had this golden age of Being synthesized This sort of Duke Ellington Rivelle esque. You hear this? N Gershman all of these different kinds of sounds coming together. I really loved that and then Now That's a progression that you were here in a lot of the contemporary gospel church. Hallelujah! So I put that in this snuck it in, you know, so Now this part is the celestial No, that that that, Uh mm. No. Oh, my goodness. It's giving me an emotion. Has given many emotions. So when you have that feeling when you're looking up all say, can you see that's the stars? Anybody does what's up? Probably had at the Twilight's last gleaming the Twilight Twilight. Wow. There's a lot you can say about that. I'm gonna keep going, though, So then that happens again and when.
"duke ellington" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"On base, Rufus Jones on drums and at the piano bench. Duke Ellington. Live with Whitney. And Duke's new world Coming right here are not fill it back. Thank you. Mm. Yeah. Nice,.
Former Washington DC public high school teacher charged with child sex abuse
"Ahead. Ah, former D C public high school Teacher at Duke Ellington School of the Arts, has been charged with first degree child sex abuse of a 15 year old. His name is Mark Walker. He lives in North East and he's 39. The principle of Duke Ellington sent a letter to the school community on Friday after Walker's arrest. Walker left the school in 2019. At least five other kids have since complained about Walker's alleged inappropriate sexual behavior, but no charges resulted from those
Former Washington DC public high school teacher charged with child sex abuse
"C public school teacher has been arrested accused of sexually assaulting a 15 year old student, A D. C court affidavit alleges Mark Walker. Groomed in abuse the chilled the students while he worked at Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He was arrested on Thursday. Our news partners at NBC four say the abuse took place from 2014 to 2019. Walker taught visual arts that Duke Ellington until 2019 during his time there. Complained about inappropriate sexual behavior.
10 Trivia Questions on Big Mouth
"It is now time to dive into ten thirty questions on the hit animated sitcom big mouth. Here we go big mouth trivia. Here comes question number one. What actor is missy most obsessed with on the shell number one on big mouth. What actor is missy most obsessed with number one question number two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets is what is he referring to number three. When j is talking about the queen's nargis what is he referring to number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four question number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it and number six. What do nick jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six. What do nick and jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression blank. Fill in that blank and the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. What number seven and question number. Eight who becomes knicks hormone monster at the start of season three number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season three question for season four. What does t h stand for number nine on season four. What does t h stand for as a nickname for characters number nine and number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth. Those are all your questions. were big mouth trivia. We're going to jump into those ten answers when we come back. After this weird noise we are back with the answers to big mouth trivial. One of my favorite shows on netflix. Number one what actors missy most obsessed with that is nathan fillion mri on this show as well as my mom. Kieran buds of joliet illinois. She loves nathan fillion. she loves castle. She really likes to show castle number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks addict. That is duke ellington duke ellington number two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets he is referring to lola's toes to very gross and it's on season four j. the queen's nuggets lola's toes number four. Who did the voice. The main camp counselor and season four. That was john. Oliver john oliver late night host and comedian number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it. it's called florida. One of my favorite episodes of the entire series. A lot of crazy stuff happens. Watch that episode. Florida number six. What do nick and jesse get high on the episode drug buddies it is. We'd gumy's get into jesse's dad's we'd gummy collection. And they go nuts number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. Kitty the depression. Kitty sort of an eight cat. That keeps you depressed number. Seven number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season. Three that is connie. Connie becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of that season number nine on season four. What does t h stand for. That is thick hogs men thick hogs men a weird nickname from seth. Rollins voiced character at camp and number ten. What is andrew's sister. Power on the episode super mouth. He has the power of invisibility invisibility. And there you have it. Your big mouth. quiz has been completed. I thought i had done on the show before and realize that i had not so there. You go big mouth trivia.
Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry
"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black
"duke ellington" Discussed on KCRW
"Of music, though it's not necessarily what I listened to the most or that I play the most, but it's absolutely my favorite genre music and next, we'll get into one of my all time. Probably my top three favorite jazz tunes. To Duke Ellington and John Coltrane with in a sentimental mood, it's KCRW. Man always loved this one. Duke Ellington described it as The arc of a relationship in a song. KCRW..
The Great Gatsby and All Your Favorite Works from 1925 Have Now Entered the Public Domain
"Public domain day when works from 1925 are now free fall to use and build on the most notable works from 1925 entering the public domain this year are the Great Gatsby in Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway as well as works by Agatha Christie Instant Claire Lewis. There's plenty of music, too, with works by Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington and George and Ira Gershwin. Blues from W. C. Handy and Ma Rainey works from 1925 were supposed to go into the public domain in 2001 after being copyrighted for 75 years, but Congress extended their copyright Taunton 95 years. Which brings us to today, artists who want to create their interpretation of public domain works can do so without fear of a lawsuit, leaving a range of creative possibilities.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For a Duke Ellington standard. I let a song go out of my heart and for Irving Berlin's They say It's wonderful. Sarah Vaughan, Paul Cattle Content With Yuan w N. Y C. A new standard stock or It is a page penned by Billy Strayhorn. His songbook is shared with Duke Ellington. The song We just heard being a straightaway, Ellington composition, and, Of course, there were collaborations with Johnny Hodges and other members of his unit. But But this one belongs to Billy Strayhorn alone. It is his somewhat precocious teenage composition, lush life in its latest go around on a record called Passion. Flowers saluting the music of Billy Strayhorn by pianist John De Martino. And with vocalist Raul meet I used to visit off the very K places. Those come what may places where one relaxes on the axis of the will of life to get the feel of life from jazz. And cut The girls I knew had sad and sullen. Great faces with Justin gave traces that used to be there. You could see where they been washed away..
"duke ellington" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A trained by Duke Ellington. And of course, they took the train up to Harlem back in the days that Willy making a duke or playing In New York City. I hope you enjoyed today's show since they're no racing ourselves. We're going to talk about Kentucky down today, but they got canceled to the rainy weather. And we haven't been raising a golden gate because of the, uh, air quality. That has limited the opportunity Tio race and so we're waiting to hear when the Giants play because they, eh? The Irish tests problem and they might play to today, but we don't know it's not officially and been announced yet. So you just keep it here. I can br and Margarita Larry will keep you informed of what's going to happen. And Mario do the pre game show and depending they might play to today. I have to get doored from Ah, the commissioner that they couldn't go ahead because there's only about 15 names left at the end of the month. It'll be alert on to the playoffs. Meanwhile, days will be playing. They get commandingly lead in the West. And so just keep it here And then, of course, at a 1 25 once again air quality situation. The 40. Niners are gonna host the Arizona Cardinals. So can be our place to be today. And I hope you enjoy our interview with John Shea on 24. That's the title of the book. It's all about The life of Willie Mays. You should definitely pick up a copy 24 by John Shea and Willie Maze and, uh, kind of a different show today, but not much racing going on after last week's Kentucky Derby, with authentic prevailing over to the law, and the Preakness will be there the first Saturday in October and then the following month in November. The weak animal feature the first weekend old feature the Breeder's Cup. So that's our show for this Sunday he'd be here and came they are and we'll find out what's going to happen today. But we do know one thing that 40 Niners As of the last, Mac said, Baby playing and kicking off 1 25. And we're waiting to hear word on the Giants..
Why specializing early doesn't always mean career success
"Hi. I'm Elise Hugh. And you're listening to Ted talks daily today's talk features really fascinating research that cuts us all some slack. What I mean is it turns out you can be a late bloomer in your chosen sport or skill or specialty, and it's actually better for you in a lot of ways. The talk is journalist David Epstein at Ted Ex Manchester in twenty twenty. So I'd like to talk about the development of human potential and I'd like to start with maybe the most impactful modern story of development. Many of you here have probably heard of the ten thousand dollars rule maybe you even model your own life after it. Basically, it's the idea that the become great anything takes ten thousand hours of focused practice. So. You'd better get started as early as possible. The poster child for this story is Tiger Woods. Father Famously, gave him a putter when he was seven months old at ten months, he started imitating his father's swing. At to, you can go on Youtube and see him on national television fast forward to the age of twenty one he's the greatest Golfer in the world's quintessential ten thousand dollars story. Another that features a number of bestselling books is that of the three Polgar sisters whose father decided to teach them chests in a very technical manner from a very early age and really wanted to show that with a head start and focused practice. Any child could become a genius in anything, and in fact, two of his daughters went onto become grandmaster chess players. So, when I became the Science Writer at sports illustrated magazine I got curious if this ten thousand hours rules correct then we should see that elite athletes get a headstart in so-called deliberate practice. This is coached air correction focus practice not just playing around, and in fact, when scientists study lead athletes, they see that they spend more time in deliberate practice not a big surprise. When they actually track athletes over the course of their development, the future leads actually spend less time early on in delivered practice in their eventual sport they to have what scientists call a sampling period where they try a variety of physical activities. They gain broad general skills they learned about their interests and abilities and delays specializing until later than peers who plateau at lower levels. And so when I saw that said, Gosh that doesn't really comport with the ten thousand hours rule does it. So I started to wonder about other domains that we associate with obligatory early specialization like music. Turns out the patterns often similar. Research from a world class, Music Academy, and what I want to draw your attention to is the exceptional musicians didn't start spending more time into practice than the average musicians. Until Third Instrument, they tended to have a sampling period. Even musicians we think of is famously precocious like Yo, Yo Ma he sampling period he just went through it more rapidly than most musicians do. Nonetheless, this research almost entirely ignored and much more impactful is the first page of the Book Battle Hymn of the Tiger mother where the author recounts assigning her daughter Violin. Nobody seems remember the part later in the book where her daughter turns her and says, you picked it not me and largely quits. So having seen this sort of surprising pattern in sports and music. I started to wonder about domains that affect and more people like education and economists found a natural experiment in the Higher Ed Systems of England and Scotland in the period studied, the systems were very similar except in England students had to specialize in their mid teen years to pick a specific course of study to apply tours in Scotland they could keep trying things in university if they wanted to and his question was who wins the trade off the early or the late specializes and he saw that the early specializes jump out to an income. Lead because they have more domain specific skills, the late specializes get to try more different things and when they do pick, they have better fit or what economists call match quality, and so their growth rates are faster by six years out erase that income gap. Meanwhile, the earliest specializes start quitting their career tracks in much higher numbers essentially because they were made to choose. So early that they more often made choices. So the late specializes lose in the short term and win in the long run. I think if we thought about career choice like dating, we might not pressure people to settle down quite so quickly. So this interested seeing this pattern again in exploring a developmental backgrounds of people whose work I had long admired like Duke Ellington who shunned music lessons as a kid to focus on baseball and painting and drawing or Mario Mir's economy who wasn't interested in math is a girl dreamed of becoming a novelist and went on to become the first and so far only woman to win the fields medal the most prestigious prize in the world in Math Vincent Van Gogh had five different careers, each of which he deemed his true calling before flaming out spectacularly, and in his late twenty s picked up a book called the guide to the ABC's of drawing. That worked out. Okay Claude Shannon was an electrical engineer at the University of Michigan who took a philosophy course just to fulfill a requirement and in it, he learned about a near century old system of logic or was true and false statements could be coded as ones and zeroes in solved like math problems. This led to the development of Binary Code, which underlies all of our digital computers today.
Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer
"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and
What Have We Learned From Elijah Wald's Escaping The Delta
"It's time to let it roll. This is your host Nate Wilcox and we're doing a special. What have we learned episode once again with my friend and colleague Dr? Larry Campbell Yuri welcome back. Good to be here can't get good so today. We're GONNA. Look back on. Elijah Wald's book escaping the Delta and my interview that we did with him. and. We picked us up this book in that episode because. Other than Ed. Ward who basically taught me everything I. Know about analyzing music is a cultural history. Elijah Wald's books, this one and how Beatles destroyed rock and roll, which we'll talk about the next episode of what have we learned. Really expanded my mind because it took. It's a revisionist take on what has been disagree romanticized history of Robert Johnson, and the Delta Blues and found walls attempts to reevaluate Johnson. From the perspective of his peers and contemporaries, basically the black African that African American Blues Fan of the Nineteen Thirties and. Rather than from the perspective of generally white blues, fans of the nineteen sixties to now so it just totally blew my mind I tried to capture that to great interview. But the main point that the book put across that Robert Johnson was just a human being who sang and played beautifully. He wasn't a mythical figure. That probably wasn't really devil at the crossroads he wasn't. A country Bumpkin? He was a sophisticated sharp-dressed cat who travelled widely who listen to all kinds of music, not just what he heard live in the delta, but listen to the radio listener guards and learn so having said all that. How do you think we did did did I get that across in the interview with walled? Yeah, I think the book and the interview with Wall. You know Really, helps a flesh out. You know the the basic ideas that you were just talking about. And really helps to make it clear. that you know the blues artists of the late Twenties and early thirties in the early twenties really. Physically people that they were professionals. That they were participating in You know the creation of. New Cultural forms new sort of musical expressions. While at the same time. trying to freeze their audiences. Who had know? Fairly sophisticated demand and varying labs. Right so that the artists themselves as you suggested had to have A. Wide ranging set of skills, they had to have been aware of those sort of traditional musical expressions, and you know like in the case of the blues, things like Hollers and loans, and that sort of thing well also being aware of of popular music. Which by the nineteen thirties you're talking about. Artists like Duke. Ellington and Louis Armstrong and and People that are appearing in films on the radio, etc.. And so the picture of Blues. As this sort of backwater expression. Rural Culture Coming from people who were simply oppressed and trapped and you know on some level were expected to the ignorance. And poverty stricken just didn't hold you know I mean. You couldn't can be successful blues artists if you travel the country and rags. showed up at. Various venues unable to relate to modernizing audiences. And I think I think the book captures that really well. and. I thought your interview with Wall. Made that clear.
"duke ellington" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Duke Ellington Count Basie you know what Quincy Jones the ball is Saturday I mean he turned me on to like you know all the greatest jazz musicians because he was a jazz and yeah I I grew up in with all that and then I got myself you know I kind of went towards the blues I started listening a lot to you know Albert king you know I started jamming around in the city a lot and stone corner which is Michael bloom feels old club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin Alvin took me to the Fillmore west this represents governor Ducey to B. B. and I remember being on stage of baby when I was thirteen you know with bill Graham met program to was it was just an amazing time keep listening to I heart radio for more Neal schon and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with Jon Bon Jovi to ask what's important for him to keep doing I guess continue to be allowed to make records from hip hop I mean if I was told to stop making music I I believe you know really upset about it and it's a part of me it's always been a part so the opportunity to do and share with as many people as I've been blessed to do it with this it's fascinating to us trust me we we don't take it lightly but we also don't take it too seriously there's a great humility with being from New Jersey keep listening to I heart radio for more Bon Jovi and all your favorite artists every day every hour they informed everything you need to stay informed radio twelve hundred W. away I'd that's right back I remember this specifically two thousand seventeen trump has been in office only a couple of weeks everybody back to Obama said this could not happen this whole Russia investigation garbage call me doing this would not happen without Obama knowing about it certainly and maybe even approving I think there's mold this entire Russia operation happens all these these people what do you do this without his knowledge they want to subject him to any risk whatsoever like just one the documents that have been release the unredacted testimony before the house intelligence committee and he was the attempt to take down Michael Flynn what happens is this these these documents the unredacted testimony various people before the house intelligence committee show that number then Sally Yates she was a.
Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald
"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you
The Harlem Globetrotters
"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then
"duke ellington" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Music by Duke Ellington and his orchestra from la back in the wartime era of course the four time announcements in there in very SM other advertisements for war bonds that was actually from the W. or a or I should say the Ellington treasury show with and there's a whole lot of re issues of these fortunately we heard selections from volume number seven course starting with take the a train then we heard caravan following that vehicle going then the Ellington were brand promo after that kissing bug honeysuckle rose and ending with the great great version of daydream and a reminder that you are listening to W. O. R. T. eighty nine point nine FM here in Madison Wisconsin listener sponsored community radio and as I mentioned that we will be doing a music calendar and it's time now for that busy beginning to the week with new year's eve coming up this evening you can hear John chimes down at Louisianans Jim would come home and friends are down and Lillian is and that's at six thirty to Jen chime shows also at six thirty barbacoa is at the north street cabaret and that gets going at eight o'clock tonight in the Hannah gentil tet holiday concert is a cafe coda beginning at eight P. M. and then moving heads Tuesday which is new year's eve the first annual new year's eve jam bash at cafe coated gets going at five and goes to eleven PM and Liliana says a special music to and when you come Rick Baker and Paul Phil what's in that gets going at nine o'clock goes till nine thirty John James is done at Louisianans I would check in these gigs of their regularly scheduled but there might be special new year's eve events nor street cabaret new breed jazz jam normally at eight thirty five points jazz collected at the Mason lounge that would normally be at nine but of course it's two years eve so I would check on land in the ten keys trio alchemy at ten o'clock in that again new year's eve and I would check to make sure that is happening on January the first John James at Louisianans and a gypsy swing open jam and funk factory John chimes gets going at six at Louisiana sing the gypsy swing jam at seven thirty again that is a holiday so I would check ahead on those gigs to make sure they're happening I am Thursday the second John chimes is at back at Louisiana's Jim Ericsson's M. have Louisianans at six PM jury DiMaggio and band doing at seven PM there's a jazz jam and Susie cafe at seven o'clock ninety the improvisers hosted by imagine Taylor cafe coda at eight o'clock old oaks band at the brink lounge at eight P. M. M. O. N. GM is apna no mad at nine o'clock that's all on Thursday and Friday toasty Tony Castaneda Latin jazz at Burley pop live in that gets going at five PM that is it for the entertainment music calendar I hope you enjoy the rest of twenty nineteen and have a very safe healthy and prosperous twenty twenty we're going out to recordings by Kirsten Hawkins and his orchestra and that'll take us up to the time Mobutu little set from the old jubilee radio program at their new year's eve special from nineteen forty four and that are you when he I you the uhhuh I have now she went up to John the army but shoddy didn't John the army now what now Shadi John shoddy the name quality name I am show me thank you he the he yeah the only in and then he ran he in there was music by her skin Hawkins a and his orchestra we heard I love you truly men shipyard rambling I DO James and vocal there for so long Shorty those recordings made back in the year nineteen forty one well thanks for tuning into entertainment today the last program of twenty nineteen appreciate a whole your listener shipping and support during our fund drives thank you very much for making W. R. T. what he is we've got time for a little bit more music and given the new year's eve is coming up on Tuesday I thought I would play a few selections from this old jubilee radio broadcast from back in nineteen forty four where they celebrate the changeover to nineteen forty five missile take is just about to the top of the hour in time for tropical rhythms so here we go with a variety of different groups celebrating new year's eve hear ye hear ye old father time is proud to announce the birth of a new son nineteen forty five from coast to coast from border to border America's top bands and vocalist stand by to wish you service men and women of the United Nations being only air that's it that's it game the hands of the clock in nineteen forty five all American rings up the golden rings in the news this is don Wilson your master of ceremonies adding a nation size happy new year to the million to echo those sentiments as we go swinging around the clock tonight America's finest bands and vocalists are standing by waiting for the down beat to bring Yuji eyes their musical new year greetings with songs and tunes you seem to love best gut bucket in heat barrelhouse some sweet rather him for the next solid hour the drinks are on the house we now swing around the clock to Lockbourne field in Columbus Ohio for the music of Jimmy Dorsey and his band take it Lockbourne feel thank you don Wilson and the things in writing what were unveiled joins Jimmy Dorsey and has a lot of fun sending envoys of a you know here in the dossier music like red seal with a great job tone a Grand Central got away.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Middle period Duke Ellington between the golden age and the second golden age there was a lot of revisiting of older things and and updating the sound to have those sleek mid to late forties lines wide lapels wide brimmed hat and all stylistically a Duke Ellington with a vocal by Marion **** and a very to the point Saint Louis blues before that Louis Armstrong singing a page of the Ellington songbook do nothing to you hear from me and now Billy holiday Justin el all this down with her take on solitude the song book on W. NYC and I when and then they no these say when and Sandman thank you Billie Holiday beautiful the song book and W. NYC on Paul Cavalcanti and this is an ideal time to share your passion for this music with someone that you think might need a little introduction to it I know the folks like to gather and and music is a great topic of conversation so thanks with for bringing this show for brown bagging the show as you as you will.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Christian that is a beautiful color to listen to a finish that super creepy and weird you know sometimes I can't you know we we make eye contact in your V. enjoying thing but you really went into kind of listening referee with that it was it's lovely it's very relaxing it's very hypnotic I found him without being repetitive exactly very well put so that was to bring her she's ice is gone this is more of a music and speaking of someone who doesn't really believe in boundaries and casts agrees that to Segways nicely into the next choice I made for this week who is the name I just did your job for you I'm sorry all right number nineteen I've chosen Duke Ellington yeah as Duke Ellington nineteenth of July I chose music from his suite three black kings is the opening movement king of the magi he said I don't believe in categories of any kind and for the many reasons I love she got things and that's one of the the chief ones I think he composed according to that spirit and of course we think of him as just the you great jazz composer and performer if you know arguably the twentieth century and that he had this real interest in classical music teacher he wrote something like two thousand works in amongst which were concertos and oratorios an orchestral suites and symphonic tone bones and instrumental works and ballets and balance in prison all these things that you think of Israeli belonging in the classical world although he didn't suffer the same fate as some composes I've mentioned who just couldn't be taken seriously in the classical well because they were so good at you know that jazz works there James P. Johnson no others he really is still you know for it to be taken seriously as a class as a classical composer this is from three Vikings as I say I which he was writing even on his deathbed with the aid of his son Mustapha he always wanted to champion the cause of the black man three music and each movement that's what he described as a black king selected the opening movement I feel like that.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The road to dreamland Dr John performs Johnny Mercer, and Duke Ellington, in a sentimental mood, his songbook, albums are sentimental, and their lush Lushan. They have strings and luxurious arrangement, and he relaxes and takes his time with this music of his misspent youth. But the real youth of MAC revenue. Back, Dr John can be heard tucked into the grooves of professor. Longhairs go to the mardi gras which was borrowed by fats domino. Recorded by the professor many times. And in one particular, nineteen Fifty-nine release, probably the most famous record of it, the most important recorded debut of the man who would become Dr John in his days as a session guitarist looking back over MAC ribbon. Axa mazing musical legacy. He is. Part of the woodwork here and we'll be hurt again and again but the event of his passing just late last week called for something special. And sometimes he shows up in unexpected places. I have an example, coming up next of a very understated, Dr John session contribution to a song that really clicks because of his panel sensibilities up next with Paul Cavalcante on ninety three point nine FM WNYC in New York, Saturday and Sunday. Songbook shows get encores online, go to American standards at WNYC dot org and stream these shows again, on Mondays and Tuesdays at noon. The protests that erupted fifty years ago at the stonewall inn and Greenwich Village became the flash point for the LGBTQ civil rights movement around the country. All this June, WNYC and Gough, Mus, look at the legacy of the stonewall uprising, we'll talk to people who were there and examine the progress made and still to be one..
"duke ellington" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"To go to. Music, and we've got the great Duke Ellington again. Thank you again for your support. And that was to Killington and his famous orchestra with her lem airshaft. And if you're just joining us, we are asking your for your support here to be RT John cranial, host of entertainment encouraging to support.
Dave Chappelle to Receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor from Kennedy Center
"Dave Chapelle, the comedian who rose to superstardom with his critically acclaimed in highly popular sketch comedy show Chapelle show will receive the Mark Twain prize from the Kennedy Center in Washington is October with the ceremony televised in January of next year. Chapelle also appeared in last year's hugely successful drama. A star is born he attended Washington's Duke Ellington school of the arts. And as a close connection with the nation's capital with his first hour long special filmed in DC, the forty five year old made headlines when he walked away from a huge contract and his highly popular comedy central show over creative
"duke ellington" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Of course. A great tenor saxophone star out of the Duke Ellington organization in the nineteen forties. But in the fifties and sixties he acquired a real distinct character to his playing, which some people myself included felt was the real Ben Webster coming out. Ben Webster there recorded in nineteen sixty at a club called the renaissance in Hollywood, California, not a bad group that he put together for this particular occasion. Ben Webster, tenor. Sax Jimmy rows on piano, Jim Hall on guitar red Mitchell on bass and Frank Butler on drums originally on an LP called at the renaissance and then reissued in a greatly expanded edition on CD. Also called the renaissance. We heard Ben Webster doing the hoagy Carmichael standard stardust prior to that music from Joe Sullivan, playing solo piano. That's what it says here. I distinctly here a bass player in there and that bass player has gone. On on credited. So I want that particular score settled at any rate. Joe Sullivan for sure playing on that one recorded live in nineteen fifty three at the club Will usually hangover. works I'm in the not trio making outfit, that up that was the actual but name he of decided the venue, to expand to the a club sextet. hangover And he got in some San pretty Francisco. spectacular results We heard pianist Joe Sullivan VJ doing on ir the sunny side of the street that one from. and I don't Ernie know Watson, if it's mold his his coretec most recent topping CD, that but certainly set off one that he put from out their most just recent about. CD release. It's called home light A features, year Ernie and a half watts ago on tenor sax and occasionally naming on soprano the album sax is far from overdubbed, over in a the soprano six part members on this election of the that we group are are Kristof singer Graham on Haynes piano Rudy angle on on bass and Heinrich trumpet cobbling and on drums cornet the other and flew three. Members horn. of Also, the group Steve Lehman on Alto. Ernie Sax. watts and his quartet.
"duke ellington" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Fare worse still no sential but it's not yet assures of it only works because he plays what was probably a horn so on the original duke ellington version as a squawk tar so that's kind of fun lodge i'll yet i also impregnate east e saint louis tulu into parker's band i feel like nice little that ends the first sign on now on the vinyl there the major turn it over with a gun probably but i don't hate with a gun that's fair though i don't haitian divorce here's divorce i i just i just don't necessarily appreciate it wait ned did you say yours yet did i or might be one to to agree with their most importantly though because we can't talk about anywhere else but i wanna talk about a year because as many sober just dump whatever the fuck we want talk about how much fucking love fm that is like honestly one of their best stained a little pop songs if they ever do well the fun thing was what happened was while we're waiting for gaucho they showed up on the f n soundtrack and movie that another irving has office the guy he was a manager of lots of different bands and he landed the contract saying get us artists for the soundtrack of this record and he knew exactly to get so so the lot of really credible artists not obscure people it's very one those people and they specifically charge steely dan with writing title sung so you know they got the background is as ondemand sewing on his from somebody days and so they were able to do it and it's still got that sly this.
"duke ellington" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Okay how about this all right how we hurry define the point is wedded get we did a cake thanks to the magic of post production we did and so that was taking the train who made that's on boy i don't know who originally composed that to be honest well i think i think we should find that well who who just performed it well there's many versions well what's the one you selected like a week from now i don't know this do they do a train now it's a jazz tune o john coltrane did he do it with coal treatment here maybe i should just do it and then oh is that that song yeah they can atrium that's a good song is it instrumental because you know a lot of those instrumentals actually have lyrics what they'll jazz tunes yeah really yeah tea in a train that you're right okay we'll go with duke ellington's version duke ellington you did the train at the beginning of this episode hoped everyone liked it the duke we haven't heard it yet that's right so chuck i know that you notice of ways because we've been on the subway together yeah do you remember when we were in new york no i believe it was for abc go our first little opportunity there and we were going to meet you me oh yeah and i remember i met you me that was the more afterward right yeah well i mean i worked with her but then i was the first time he hung up.
"duke ellington" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"That it's not a hologram yes i think they respect is wishes although it's such a bomber that he doesn't want to be a hologram because because i just like that auto continent which bomb really using our beyond because it's it's you dead let us our fault he to see things like that but you are dead and holograms are fun i think i agree you're at that's a better sense you are dead cauldrons reform like consumes everything we do is going to be holiday and that should be your episode totally ignored it and holograms refund so why not it's is because we're not used holograms but you know if uh if the projecting his image is okay there were a holograms okay but he said his point was is that like if i was going to jim with i and i think it was duke ellington like okay i would have been alive when with duke ellington to make that happen the fact that we were from different periods of time means they should be kept different you know that in its very limiting them but at to me it's a it's acknowledging these special nece of things coming together at the right to the at the lowly i mean it that it's acknowledging that that the navy yellow snus of life threat maybe he wasn't a justin timberlake fan i just don't see the difference between video and holliger yeah other than your uncomfortable with the newness of it i don't see a defence it's to me i try not china to have a lotta stipulations after i'm dead because it it really gives the living a harder time so far no but my body after i die throw it in the garbage naive really believe it to decide on a whole i don't care whatever makes the world go round that are now throw yet the sign of that helps i wonder if you could donate your body to like sex perverts the same way people don't their body to science let's let our case joke was yeah.
"duke ellington" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Duke ellington's agree with us i know a lot of people are the royals over that video as well you should be anyone shocking for everybody to say point that happen in mind city that happen here yeah did and so people immediately jumpin to their corner isn't start throwing arms that each other online i don't want that woman to be vilified the woman who screaming at the let tienes at the jc panic store but it certainly but i know this is the worn out phrase but a teachable moment for everybody what we saw if you didn't get a little second your stomach you're a heart it is it has too much so fan wrapped around you have to open a thing up a little of that was just incredible verbal abuse from one person to another what i found rather shocking to is the response to the video by some posters on facebook and again i think is like the electorate who are fei plus elect or is there are people who would to say out rages things online to get attention they just want to ten tim look at me i'm something i'm somebody i'm not lost in my cubicle where i work i'm not lost in my existence them go whatever it is that i think i am and so if i say something crazy online people will say luke you're that's what a lot of that is the problem is there are people who are hate full crazy you know driven by races all rights and and that woman's display i don't know you know i don't know what's going on in her life to make her beal like she could just towns somebody with this sledgehammer of air against when i hope she so video of the reaction and the realizing that the four million five or whatever it is millions of the use of that shows how our rage us and horrible that behavior is and how unacceptable that is and society poll light society there's so much the goal line people immediately started jumping on the also known if you voting for as if hatred was invented in twenty sixteen it's like in you need to be held a student of history to understand how so many things go right nfl small pockets of not balls can swerved things.