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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Pushkin hey all india. The broken record team has been visiting some of our favorite episodes in releasing new extended cuts via pushing our apple podcast subscription program to hear more extended cut episodes like one. Visit our show page and apple podcasts. And start your free trial today. We're giving you a taste of what these extended cuts sound like this version of rick's conversation with brian eno. This episode was recorded. Just before the debut of e-e-e-e-no sonos radio station. The lighthouse marino's programmed days worth of unreleased tracks from various errors in his career. In this episode. We get to hear rick. In discussed the works that changed knows conception of art the way lyrics generally hold very little water for the both of them and more on the way e-e-e-e-no incorporates randomness into his music to.

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Thanks brian eno for showing artistic philosophy to hear a favorite brian tracks head to broken record. Podcast subscribed her youtube channel. Youtube dot com slash. Broken record podcasts. We can find all of our new. You can follow us on twitter at broken record. Broken records produces help from the arose. Jason gambro martinez sandler and jennifer sanchez. Help from mccain clean. Our executive producer is broken record production pushkin industries and like the show. Please remember to share rate of. Us high asked him. i think he's expecting beats. I'm which it's been one year since..

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Different than that do. Not i'm saying is like it almost feels like that's the end of the line in terms of the minimalist approach. You got there so it's interesting that you do other things like you didn't do the mondrian staying in the same language. Only yes perhaps. If i had carried on living in new york i would have done. Maybe because i would always wanted more of that kind of music. But i've just had the very interesting experience of do you know about this sonus project. I'm doing i. i don't really tell me okay. Well son of asked me to curate a channel for them basically. It's like my own radio station. And i like the idea of that but i thought what i'd really like to do is to curate. A station. plays only my music. Because i've got so much unreleased stuff you know. I work in the studio every day. Pretty much and some of it is just experiments where i try something just to see what it would do. If you tried to make a piece of music like that and i have thousands of thousands of recordings. I just mix everything. When i finished the day. I mix whatever i've done that day. Sometimes it can be five or six different pieces even so have this vast library of stuff. Some of it is really quite interesting. And i thought how i would it. Be to have a radio channel where you just switch it on and outcome pieces of music that you've never heard before will probably never hear again and they're all quite different from one another. There's quite a range of stuff. Some of it is very ambience of is very hard beat stuff. some of it's really electronic. Some of it is touchingly human. Which is how you describe something. That is rather amateurish. So for the first time in my life i thought well i'll just start listening through to those things. And so they play on random shuffle. My computer and i have to say i so like the collisions. Strange combinations of things. You know something from nine hundred ninety one next to something. I did last year next to something can twenty five and no.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"It's always the same river but as you know it's never the same river twice so every time you look up at the river. It's doing something a little bit different. Now it's not like watching a film where suddenly the river turns blood red orange gets much bigger or something like that. I didn't want drama. I just wanted something like nature. Subtle subtle variations subtle variations. Yes and variations that stay within a kind of range of possibilities and explore that range rather randomly. I just wanted the thing to be. What harold budd used to call eternally. Pretty that was his it dear herald. He died about two months ago from covid very sad. So i dedicate this thought to herald. So yes. So when when harold and i met we were both pretty much on this groove thinking. What about making music. That isn't designed to upset anybody now. Of course that sounds pretty uncontroversial. Now but in the mid to late seventies that was considered to be the biggest sal out of all time music was suppose to shake the world and create revolutions and upset your parents all sorts of things like that and we thought what about making music. That is just really comfortable. Comfortable was probably the most controversial were. You could use them. What about music. That makes you feel warm and friendly and open and able to surrender. When i when. I realized that surrender was really the thing. I was interested in for that kind of music of this year. I don't only make that kind of music. But for that i wanted to make something that would make you think i can let something happened to me. I don't have to defend against everything. I can get out of that posture of self defense. If you think of the things that where we achieve transcendence if you like ecstasy it's sex drugs art and religion those all the places where we say. I'm gonna let go and just let this thing happened to me. I'm not going to control it. Ain't going to be taken somewhere now. It's interesting to me that although we are constantly trying to control a biggest thrills come from letting go of control and so becomes obvious that it's the it's the combination of those two that we should really be specializing. We should we should not forget the surrender. We should not think that surrendering is passivity or cowardice or incompetence we should say it's one of the ways we deal with the world so.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Rubin's conversation with brian eno. I've heard the story before of the moment of recognition or the the need for what became ambient music based on the cologne airport yesterday and the cologne airport. How might it have been different if it would have happened in a natural space as opposed to a manmade space. Well the question really is wooded have even occurred to me if if i in a natural space i. I'm not sure that would have done. It was because i was in a in-incredibly carefully manufactured space beautiful airport where the architects said really looked to every detail in the light was beautiful and the lines of the place would beautiful and somebody in the cafe put on a cassette of german disco music which was ringing through the airport. I mean i wasn't postmodern enough at the time to accept that i just thought that's not right. That part hasn't been thought about everything else has been thought about but nobody's thought about that now. It was a beautiful day in the airport was nearly empty and i was sitting there bathed in light and it was one of those cases like we were talking about earlier. Where you think. I wish there was another kind of music for this situation. And i started thinking. So what would that be like. You know it's an airport so you can't be too loud of asleep. People have to hear announcements it has to be interrupted for the same reason it shouldn't dominate the vocal register because people need to communicate so i just was sort of thinking this out and quite soon i thought right. I think i know what i could. I could make that music. I know how i could do that. And that's how the first ambient record came about. I mean it wasn't unprecedented. I had been working on music a little bit like that before. But i suddenly realized what its role in life could be if you like. What the place of this music could be..

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Fundamentally different. They talked about a different kind of person doesn't matter that in the end they all ended up million. A hasn't doesn't matter not important. What was important was they presented these two different pictures of the kinds of feelings that were appropriate to have about the world and crossing over from one to the other was a big decision. I can remember people having real sort of identity. Crises about they were finding stein to find the stones more exciting than the beatles and in fact they were starting to find the beatles a bit sort of wimpy or vice versa. Actually as well. It happened both ways. So i think you're right that you you tap into a sort of community of feelings and the sense that there are other people who value the same feelings that i value that sort of what it's about religious about saying these feelings have value for and there's a lot of others that don't visit is also a great feeling in finding new piece of art and sharing it with someone and enjoying it together is different than enjoying it yourself. There's a real sense of community in enjoying something that you know we enjoy this but maybe maybe many people don't that's fine. Yes it's a. It's a great feeling of connection. And maybe that's maybe the greatest feeling of connection is the the feeling of these shared responses to stimuli. Yes and incidentally. I think that's the that's the power of religions well. The power of religion is not the connection with god that the connection with the rest of the congregation. I think the connection with all of the people who also believe in that particular story. I'm not really religious myself. But i really respond to that idea. I got into gospel music very young. In fact when i came to america i was by then a big gospel fan. And what surprised me. Was that all my hip friends. Thought it was quite embarrassing. Faith hill quainton something that i liked gospel music to me. It was just like do up had been it. Was this amazing exotic foreign music and it really.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"World it draws in and that becomes part of the competition as well and i think this was at the time i was starting to think about messiness as well that i didn't want the work to be sort of in a little capsule tidily closed off from the rest of the world. I wanted it to feel like it was somehow connected to that bled into the rest of the world. What did you look like at the time at that point in time. How were you dressing. I think i still had long hair. I still wearing makeup. I think yeah mid seventy s. I i was yes and i war a lot of unusual clothes. I'm just wondering like how the just the juxtaposition you know. It's like the person who's dressed like that making music that you don't look at or don't pay attention to it's really interesting. No you're absolutely right. It's it's sort of inconsistent and it became clear to me that they were inconsistent that my physical appearance was saying. Look at me but my musical output was saying it's nothing it's just a tint. It's just not miss fear. No big deal carry on with your life and maybe that was again. The looking for the balance. Yes yes yes arteries looking for the balance and yet i never thought of that. This very very likely. True from about the late seventies on i started to not want to be a popstar and really that was that was because i thought it was misleading. People you know if the whole thing is about me that's actually not a very interesting subject to be honest. I'm not a boring person or anything like that. But i didn't think that my personality was the thing that i had to offer the world that you saw larger issues. Yes exactly like what is the age. What is the that was the issue. That really interested me i think. What do we call art. And why where do we draw the boundary. And what do we. What do we mean by art. Anyway you know for me. The most interesting question for a long long time has been. Why do we want to make art all of why do we want to listen to it. I mean it's an incredibly deep question. Why do we like music. Why if you think about it. What is music. It's a kind of arrangement of noises but we have incredibly strong feelings about them. If you said to a martian who just landed on earth you played the four string quartets shostakovich. There's a brahms this whatever else. And then there's one done by computer and this one played by a group of talentless. Fourteen year olds. Who just got those instruments and you said what's the difference between those they probably say. Well there's no difference. They will sound exactly the same.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:52 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"You can't really figure out what it is but it's sociable. Somehow it's friendly. It's like having other people around like a daydream. Almost yes yes yes. That's a good way of saying it. Yeah sounds fantastic. On the other side of that are lyrics ever important to the very rarely the thing. I'm most listening to music. I think the the base requirement for me in lyrics is that they don't make the music stupid which turns out to be quite a high bar in coutts this now people say do up lyrics a stupid but i don't think they are told they serve the music absolutely do up. Lyrics are the the way of making a voice become musical. What is always awkward to me is when somebody feels they have something to say. And it's important and you get these clumsy pieces of scanning the rhymes don't sound stupid. And so i. I can't bear that i'd rather just leave out the voice completely than have that but i mean there are lyricists who i absolutely adore like. I always say joni mitchell. Who's for me. One of the greatest songwriter of all time and her lyrics are so clever and intricate. And always worth returning to that i. I'm always hearing new things in in her singing and new interpretations of what she's saying and they're a few people like that very very few who's work. I actually do really want to know the lyrics of where do you think the line is between sounds and music. It's where that line is is actually one of the things. I thought about most in thinking about music. I had an accident years. And years. Ago where i was confined to bed for a while and one afternoon a rainy afternoon. A friend of mine came over and i said as she left i said. Can you just put a record on for me. This is i. I had a record player but it wasn't close to the bed so she put this record on. It was a record of welsh shop music. And she just put the needle on she left and it was actually very quiet. But i couldn't get up to change the volume and the rain was beating.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Can you remember any other forms of music that either do or don't yet exist that you you've imagined yes there's one that has just come into existence. I think and it's something that i have been playing around with. Do you know this this listening practice. I don't really know what to call exactly. I could call it music. But i'm not sure it's the right word for its could. This is where people like this smacking lips and kind of thing and basically people tell quite long stories but they're hardly stories. It's about that sound they. Often use stereo microphones so they can move their voices from one from one of your ears to the other and back and forth. It's very very interesting because these are quite long pieces and just go on youtube and have a look. They have millions and millions of listeners. So there's a lot of people doing this. So i heard these festival i think three or four years ago had the first ones and thought this is really interesting. This is like having somebody wandering around inside your head whispering to you. And i thought this is kind of. It's like ambient music actually. There's a sort of content in favor of sound so it's a kind of live of the moment sand experience. That doesn't really have a past or future you know. It's not what philosophers call talia logical. Doesn't doesn't go somewhere. It doesn't have a goal it. It's it's a steady state experience and this of course is what i always wanted ambient music to be like a like a picture on the wall. You don't expect it to change all the time. What changes is you the listener the art stays relatively still so i heard this air our stuff and thought this is a kind of ambient music and i thought what about making music is vocal music. But like that i had never really thought about ambient music being vocal..

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:26 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"We'll be right back after a quick break with more from brian. Eno let me tell you about my secret weapon for learning new things and getting ahead. It's hard to find the time to sit down and read and learn more. We don't have free time. You can't read or work on personal development. There's an incredible app that solves this problem. And i highly recommended. It's called blinking. Blinking is really unique in a works on your phone. Your tablet or your web browser blink is takes the best key takeaways the need to know information from thousands of nonfiction books and condenses them down into just fifteen minutes that you can read or listen to successful people like business. Leaders are well known for reading a lot of books. Bleakest is made for busy people like you want to get the main points of a book quickly so you can start that information right away and with its audio feature cast makes it easy to finish a book during your commute or your lunch break or why you exercise..

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:46 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"I i really am always drawn to things that look like anybody could do them. Where you think could have made that. I fucking didn't. Why didn't i part i. I don't know if you have this feeling. But part of the feeling of one of the feelings. I always have tells me something is great is kind of anger that i didn't do it but i stand i do. I am so thankful when something that i liked that. I didn't make because it's so exciting. It's like wow often. I make things more out of the need for them to exist. Yes that's exactly right. I want this music to exist. The only reason. I make music. The reason i got into this line of work was because i was experiencing hip hop music and the records that were being made didn't reflect what it actually was. My my earliest was really just documenting. Something that i was already a fan of and it just didn't exist in the world. So i didn't really have a choice So what. I do here. Something that i like i get. I get very excited. Because i'm always looking for something. That feels like a new way in he. S what you said. There is something that. I've often thought that the things that influenced me most in terms of actually making things the things that i hear that don't quite succeed where i listened to them and i think that's a brilliant idea and do you know what if they had done this and that and this other thing and left that bit out there would be even better so quite often. When i'm thinking like that about something. I realized that i'm i'm inventing something new. Which isn't that thing. But isn't something that i really had thought about before either so it's quite often hearing something just missing the mark that makes me think that could be better. That's been an important thread for me defined that if you look back the most interesting things have hit you that way when i hear something or see something you you don't know whether you like it or not or maybe it makes you laugh or it seems ridiculous or Yes but then you come around to loving it or maybe loving at the most. Yes yes yes absolutely i. I really admired the who. I loved the my generation and things like that and then they they released a song called jack. I thought they shouldn't release lightweight. Material like this they are a serious revolutionary radical band. What are they doing. Releasing this kind of material. And i even wrote to pete. Townsend say you shouldn't be stuff like this except you're much too important or something to that effect and it was about three or four months later that i suddenly got it that this was a kind of part. So that's one example of something. Where i i had a real change of mind and i've had more of those in in painting than in music in music..

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:53 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"I don't really move very much unless i have to. For some reason or less. I don't plan well. I'm pretty happy wherever i am. Actually i think we have that in common. And it's funny. I'm wondering if the urge to adventure creatively is the balance for the fact that we live such hermetic lives. I think that's a very good theory. Yes i i know that. Whatever i'm doing in my work always seems to be balancing what is happening in the rest of my life. for instance. When i lived in new york. I lived on a very very very noisy corner. It was on the corner of broome and broadway so broadway very busy street and then brougham was the cross street where all the big trucks used to go on their way to the tunnel. I lived at the top of the building but it used to kind of rock with this sound and it was whilst i lived there that i made the quietest music i've ever made and i'm sure what i was trying to do is to make the place in the music that i needed to be able to get to sometimes as a really from living in new york and then then i moved back to england about two years later three years later and i moved to the countryside to the town that i grew up in very quiet small country town and i made the loudest music ida made in my life again. I think i needed a bit of city. I needed some grits. Some noise so yes. I think i think that's kind of what artists do. They're always making worlds and sometimes worlds. They would just like to visit and look at sometimes worlds. they would like to spend time in earlier. You said we're born with a particular taste. Do you feel like your current taste is taste. You're born with and or has it evolved and changed over the over the course of your life. That's a very good question. I remember when i first started painting. Painting was the first artistic thing i did i. I never learned to play an instrument..

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:21 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"And they don't actually realize that it's done with an auto tune if it was not possible to sing like that until somebody did it with a machine and then somebody else thought well. It's possible so i'll do it. In the case of the first example where you're removing bits of information. Would you say that the random aspect of the process is always work for you. I like things when there's a layer of surprise. I suppose and it's not because i have this. John cagey and faith in randomness for him. It was a sort of religious feeling that randomness tied you into the synchronicity of the world. Somehow by using randomness. You allowed the state of things to affect your work. It's a nice idea. And i like it and i respect in his work for me. It's a way of searching a musical space that i wouldn't do using just my taste taste tends to propel you into the same areas over and over again. The interesting thing about randomness is sometimes. You're taken somewhere that you didn't expect to go. And sometimes that turns out to be a really interesting. New place so randomness for me is really just a tool just a way of taking me somewhere different. So it's not random for the.

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"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:41 min | 4 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Broken Record

"Musicians site design or architecture as their inspiration but sitting in a beautifully designed german in nineteen. seventy eight. brian. Eno was inspired to create atmospheric to complement the space his landmark album music for airports fox in with it inaugurated ambient music an entirely new genre that still thrives today brian. He knows fifty year career is teaming with innovation. He started out playing since in the early seventies as a member of the uk. Glam rock band. Roxy music went on to record a series of solo albums and eventually produced career defining albums for a host of bands including new to devaux incorporated. His latest project is a radio station through sonos radio. Hd he'll be streamed three hundred unreleased songs from his decades in music including some that he's still making today. The station is called the lighthouse. And on today's episode. Rick rubin talks. Brian eno a bit about that station in also about his love for the musical space that exists between and machines. You know also recalls predicting the birth of hip hop in the back of a cab. David byrne and explains why listening to beyond say plane through wall is strangely. Satisfying this is broken. Record notes for the digital age. I'm just richmond. Here's.

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"eno" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:39 min | 5 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Now, I've got first second-degree burns, he didn't know that was a third degree burn yet. I think I learned later that. Third-degree Burns can develop over time. Yeah, cuz it keeps burning. So. Yeah, I've been, I was at an event where they were doing fire walking over hot coals and they weren't trained to do it off. And I was there and there was twenty-three people that were incredibly burned and I was there and I was working with these people. It was seriously, one of the most traumatic experiences of my life. I and I've been burned not anywhere near what you were burned. And so, yeah, my heart just goes out to you. And the, the terrible thing about Burns is off. And I just burned myself, probably a month ago, all I did was I just barely tapped a hot Skillet. That was that was on the, on the, on the the stove and it kept burning, I'm like I could feel it cooking my skin, you know cuz it kind of got stuck on there for a minute and then it was off and I, you know, so I can only imagine what you're going through. That just gave me the heebie-jeebies cuz it just reminds me, you know? Oh yeah. PTSD kicked in, you're welcome. They asked me right speech, PTSD warmer. Yeah, I just I'm trying to make light of it because I just have tears in my eyes..

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"eno" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

02:22 min | 5 months ago

"eno" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

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"eno" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"eno" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"House. Things go viral. And i'm like all right. You know i don't want to see that my feet obviously.

A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

TIME's Top Stories

07:10 min | 1 year ago

A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.

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How to live with your clarity

On The Verge

04:38 min | 1 year ago

How to live with your clarity

"All right. All right. Good morning. My friend. I have a plan. Oh boy. This is so exciting. I feel like I'm finally clicking in a climate with these morning messages and getting a sense of what you're asking for and what I can authentically deliver for you. It's exciting when this happens and we all have this song extraordinary capacity two cents each other out, you know, we we have this capacity so much more than we realize then we're conscious of and so what I'm sensing into is this this this practice of pointing out pointing out a meditation teacher and my meditation teachers have always just pointed out the obvious so that I can get to know it getting to know the obvious because most of the day we are birth At living in our busy mind. We're stuck in thought and worry doubt and fear judgement comparison. We're stuck in Old patterns limiting beliefs and thoughts. What a what a teacher can do. What a friend can do and I'm just your friend here is to point out the obvious point out what you may be missing and so for the last week or so two weeks. We've been talking about the busy mind and we just are to being towed into our Natural State wage. And our natural state is what's happening below thought Beyond thought behind the mind when we're not thinking when we're not judging by comparing worrying. It's the sense of clear space. It's this sense of clarity. And that's what I want to talk with you briefly about today is Clarity who doesn't want Clarity more clarity I do. But in order to live with more clarity, we have to become familiar with what the clear mind feels like and it's a clear Body Mind by the way, because everybody feels clear or unclear as well. There are those mornings you wake up and you may have gone to bed too late or you had too much wine and you had a heavy meal or you went to bed with a problem and you woke up feeling unclear foggy groggy sluggy. Is that a word sluggy? So we're talking about Clarity or those moments of real brightness lightness Sparkle Enos. There's moments of a wakefulness or aliveness. You have them. And you just want to get to know them you want to start pointing out in your own life the moments when you have clarity. And I can't tell you when that is it could be first thing in the morning. You could be when you step outside first thing in the morning. You take that deep breath. Today is Justice glorious fall morning here in Philadelphia. It may be the moment when you are deep in work and you feel like you are just pinpointed on what you're doing. It may be moments when you are just a tease or in the shower. It's why we often have these amazing thoughts in the shower because our mind is not dead churning and working so hard there's this beautifully visceral sense of water flowing over our head and and our mind starts to shut down a bath. This is why meditation is so helpful because we get to know our mind in moments of of busyness and in in moments of clarity. So the point of meditation is not to not think the point of meditation is to get to know our minds in different states and different odd mental patterns. So we practice formerly so that we can then get to know ourselves as well throughout the active

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Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

CBS Sports Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas Cowboys set to square-off against Seattle Seahawks this Sunday

"The Cowboys visiting the Seahawks Dallas coming in one and one Seattle to Eno terrific winds for both clubs. A week ago. Seattle holding off New England as they stopped Cam Newton from a yard out the game's final play Cowboys coming back late for the come from behind win over the Falcons in the game they really needed to win, and Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took notice. Dallas had a spectacular stunning win last week. And there come from behind all that all the heroics and on great finish for them, so they'll be all jacked up and they have a talented football team. We've got a lot of star power they get Ah big group of skilled guys on offense that can throw it and catch it and run it and all that, so we got our hands full. It's gonna be a tough football game and two of those

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COVID-19 Learning Hubs

All Things Considered

04:18 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Learning Hubs

"Over affluent parents organizing private learning pods. You have found that there's actually an alternative emerging for families who don't have the means to hire private nannies or tutors. Tell us about that alternative. Yes, So I've been tracking these all over the country in New York City's Amber disco to Memphis, Tennessee, and they're sometimes called learning Hubbs or learning labs. And these air being organized by cities themselves or by school districts offer groups of students a safe place to go during the day and help with remote learning and free WiFi, which a lot of families don't have. And what's really important is they're either free thes. Cubs or very low cost and subsidised for the families that need it. So what exactly do these learning labs heir Learning hubs look like It's it's combo school, plus aftercare yet, basically so these air, you know, obviously really small groups of kids that's important for Corona virus safety. The locations are ranging from, You know, a school building A Y M C. A. A library. Some organizations are looking at the leasing space is like maybe even an empty university campus or a gym. And then, in some cases, school employees are actually working at thes helps. For example, I remember Station reporter over you has a WW Eno. She visited two of these learning hubs in New Orleans. And, she says, while child care is a really big draw. Families are also coming for the WiFi. Let's take a Listen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Charter School School leaders greet mass clad students as they make their way into the building. School normally serves more than 600 students. But today it's expecting fewer than two dozen It's because in New Orleans public schools are technically still close and learning is entirely virtual. Students that are here are attending the schools learning, huh? The cafeteria. Kids were separated into socially distance groups of nine each, quietly working away on their own device. They are loved in their signs up everywhere for the WiFi for she wants to get on to And then there are a lot of adults floating around to help and all the kids are wearing masks. Faculty are wearing masks and face shields as well. Hubs run by educators. Eisenhower principal Rolanda Green says a lot of students are here. For one thing. It literally is to get Internet access. And if you needed technology, we have it here available for you. City estimates that more than 9000 New Orleans students may not have Internet access for remote learning. It's far more kids in the local learning hubs are currently serving. Eisenhower is part of the inspired Nolan Charter Schools Network, which is funding and operating free hubs for almost 600 students. New Orleans public schools has committed to providing every student with a tablet or a laptop. But the devices aren't very helpful without an Internet connection. You can have a computer and can't utilize Google glass rooms right. That's Timlin, Sam's inspired Nola's director of community engagement. She says the hubs are an essential tool for ensuring equal access to virtual learning. She also points out that in New Orleans, a majority black school district, white Children are more likely to attend. A private school are private and parochial schools are back in session. None of our public schools are So we'll white Children are more likely to be back in the classroom. Black and brown students are mostly learning from home in many cases without reliable Internet. Spirt. Nola's hubs offer both Internet and supervision, but only one or two days a week. And even with staggered attendance, the network says it's at capacity with a wait list more than 200 students long City of New Orleans. Also operating learning hubs out of libraries and rec centers like this one in New Orleans East Just open five days a week. Seven greater as moral to Smith says she's happy to get out of her house. I just think I needed the time away from all the noise and distracted at home to come here and I quietly A peaceful Emily Wolf with the mayor's Office of Youth and Families says the city has tried to make the hubs accessible, especially for low income families and those with no Internet. There is still considerable barriers. Families are responsible for transportation and the hubs get funding from the federal government, which involves a lot of paperwork. You know, we wish we could just have him fill out a simple registration performing get signed up right away. But that made it a little bit slower. And unfortunately, you know, for some families, they see all of that. And It's just a barrier. Wolf says. Family submitted interest forms for more than 1000 students in mid August, But so far only 100 Children are registered. City has room for 500 students and is already looking to expand. While the district's youngest students have the option to return to the classroom in mid September, older students will continue with virtual learning until at least mid October. For NPR

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Bitcoin Battles $10,000

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Battles $10,000

"Active weekend and we still still tinkering around pretty cables right now. So let's talk about that. Let's discuss the elephant in the room that everybody is saying is very aware of and ten thousand so bitcoin over the weekend I actually found a long. I am long becoming stalking this position. For quite some time and The candle in the crowd on the two-day shot. I'm very happy to belong here. of the day with. I'M GONNA make a profit or not or ought I do know that my promo ability success is reasonably high bicester my trading records. But you never want to win is gonNA come. You don't know if it's destroyed all the next tried. You know that is if you flip the coin a hundred times in this guy to be a stretch re probably gonNA flip and land on towels five times and arrive at the probability of coming back to it being even author. Honda tosses is very very hot necessarily my trading okay. I'm I'm flipping the coin. I'm following the same strategies and structures every single time. I take that try Dr. No which tried is going to kill. The PIG will eno is that. I've got the probabilities in Moi. Five up now right now. That tries looking really really nauseous. But this definitely the hurdle of ten thousand you got to get through that region. I think that if we can get through that area I think we might actually have a little bit of potential upside mentioned. Carry through and the reason that I signed. This is because the has been a little bit of a battle up there at ten thousand. We saw yesterday in the evening. We pushed out through ten thousand in the Kennel. Started to get a bit wacky. Some big candle went straight out three. We wouldn't wish got into it and then back down a couple of hundred all's on a couple of hundred neely a couple of hundred dollars relatively quickly so we went back up there again to die. We pushed through ten thousand. We actually met a high of more than ten thousand and thirty six dollars before guiding a got scuttled other. Speak to now at nine thousand nine hundred and twenty eight point four tool percent today okay today so we are. We are having taught little hustle with ten thousand. If we can get through we good because we'll have cleared out the sales if not then there is potential further down. Saw what could also be an option is a consolidation now because the daily is not telling me enough. It's the Tuta I've taken my tried on. I really liked the look of his trend. Thus far we did pull back on the weekly can which was lost. Wicked closed point three percent. Up of the interesting thing is that we went down as low as nine thousand three hundred thirteen dollars before closing at nine nine. Seven one so felli good shift. We went into that cradles. Very close that cradles off the candle closet is a bullish candalyn. If we ingest I will get about ten thousand and then get above the high of last week's candle ten thousand three hundred thirty one. They've got the break of another. Hi sorry not a high sil- drug and then we break the high of another weekly candle that stocks we saw. We want small as we push on to new highs there the bitcoin just sitting there waiting seeing goes on. It's pretty slow at the minutes. Precipitous slow indeed. Now therapy has been my best tried for a little while. Buffet It's of move my stop up again after having guilt long way did I get long long. background to twenty three. My stops out to fifty six and I only had a two to twenty three to seven days seeks to stop very good trade. They locked in more profit highway currently sitting rotten out point two two percent and You know the weekly here gain loss. Cantwell's bullish close up six point. Two two percent in has just gone ripping streit outside. I be surprised at all to see except I saw a theory. Pull back a little bit this week. If the rest of the market does take a break because it has been a pretty still around were to seventy four seven point two five of a percent except as awesome. The kids their twenty eight cents. Were Dan point five percent. Little breakout happened yesterday. What say we just saw always? That's all it's doing. This does not a great deal more to decide really about Tom. About Excel pay. Bitcoin cash half a percent as I speak to you right now at full of five spot three five that is Willa. It's taken a long and again To Canada push the outside this another opportunity. Potentially if anyone out there trading those br sorry trading cradles base to ninety six and nineteen dollars down to three percent very solid way still locked coin do pull bucking that cradles to really nice move there. As a matter of fact the next tweet is preceding. That was eight point nine. Five percent move. It's at seventy eight dollars and seventy six cents. Currently down one point six percent on this day Eos perp. Masha talk of their deep pool but quite hard about south at three fifty. Roughly ran three fifty quite well. Our photos and thirty six point three percent. Bon Ami childhood really do like to look up here The bonnets contract on the two-day ripping the bonnets contract on the two against Bitcoin also ripping really good. It's at one percent right now. Twenty three dollars and thirteen cents. Kadota another pool back into the cried ozone over the weekend. The two day were six point. One percents We're looking good. They're really nice. Looking trend until break stamped low ally. There's nothing really to worry about for me. Just holding on and seeing what goes on the therion classics down one percent right now. Pretty Ivory agree pretty ugly looking shot. If on honest with you guys a little bit of consolidation starting to form around bat just show up at the ten dollar marks actually now that implies on what actually just throw that a more watch list to keep an eye on that nine dollars and sixty eight cents. Ten Percent Tron. Is Dan Warren? Half percent up two point one cents as well to round out that top ten.

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Governor declares state of emergency ahead of Virginia snow

WMAL Talk

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Governor declares state of emergency ahead of Virginia snow

"I'm Steve coming Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency of a possible winter storm that could hit southern Virginia this weekend and into the early part of next week. Whether channel meteorologist Jeff Eno says a winter storm warning goes into effect in south West Virginia and south of Richmond at four tomorrow morning and will remain in effect until Monday expected but closer to us. I'm seeing Fredericksburg would that flight chance with scattered snow showers and around the DC area a slight chance for snow late afternoon. Sunday into the early part of Sunday night. Sunshine

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Meghan McCain says she talks to Joe Biden 'all the time'

Programming

05:40 min | 3 years ago

Meghan McCain says she talks to Joe Biden 'all the time'

"Today and a Glenn headlong island gas station had happened at. The citgo on the one hundred block of Glen head road I would like to. Stress at this time that. This, is. Not a random occurrence this. Is. A targeted event Vigils were employed at this I have not said what the beef was between the two men involved a small airplane that toes advertising banners crashed on a runway at Lakewood. Township airport, in New Jersey this afternoon the pilot who was the only person aboard the aircraft, was injured in the crash no word on his condition or. What brought down the plane several New Jersey communities continue. To clean up this weekend following a rough day of weather that closed out the workweek more. On that from, wwl awards James flippin well it was a soggy July around the. Tri, state and so far anyway August isn't an improvement with a tornado, wreaking havoc in queens Thursday the soaking rain wasn't far behind Friday and along with it high winds taking down a tree in Glen rock crashing into the. Home of Mary Beth Thompson when we checked upstairs and we saw that we had water coming from, the attic through the bedrooms all. The way down to basement. So it's quite a mess. And her husband Andrew agrees we'll probably still. Be able to stay here I would imagine just camp out. On the. Living room floor, I guess no injuries reported but upwards of twelve thousand homes and businesses did lose power in central In northern. Jersey James, flippin for seven ten w. w r. NYPD cops continue to search for a man, who attempted to rape a woman as she tried to get. Into her apartment near queens boulevard wwl wars Terry McCreevy. Has the story authorities say the victim broke free after she was grabbed from behind while standing. Outside the apartment, building on fifty fifth street in Woodside the attack was caught on. Surveillance, video the suspect is described as bald about one hundred and fifty, pounds and five feet seven inches tall wearing a black shirt white pants and black shoes I'm Terry McCreevy for seven ten w r. NYPD cops searching for. A gunman who shot a man to death in the Bronx late Friday night police say the victim, forty two year old man he. Was shot in the chest. This was about eleven thirty. Near the grand gone course police have not. Made any arrests have no motive for the gunfire President Trump. Heading to a rally in, Ohio tonight could face controversy thereafter reigniting the feud with hometown hero LeBron James. James has accused the, president of trying to divide the country through sports President Trump tweeted that a CNN interview with James this week makes him look smart which the president says is, not easy, to do more in that from, chief political analyst Matthew Dowd this is such a political and I think moral mistake for what he just did keep in mind, a couple of things the Brian James. Is been voted one of the greatest athletes of all time Donald Trump by many, historians as seen as one of the, worst presidents of all time. The Brian James is probably, the most beloved athlete today Donald Trump has the lowest approval ratings of any president today now rally taking place in a, high school in Ohio a federal judge rejecting. A Trump administration request to make. Immigration rights groups like the ACLU chase down deported migrant. Parents so they can be reunited. With their children Texas democratic congressman Mark VC says it's not the ACLU job. To fix the situation that is absolutely insane that they would ask On for a nonprofit organizations to try and clean up a mess that they call a. US district judge said the ACLU can help but it was, the government that separated the children from their parents so the responsibility remains with the White. House Megan, McCain she's opening up about, her dad who's ill Jayson Campadonia has more in an interview with glamour magazine recently she says. She's scared of America without her. Father US Senator John McCain she goes on. To say that longtime family friend former vice president Joe Biden checks in with the family. Often the Zona lawmakers been diagnosed with the deadly form. Of brain cancer similar to the one that killed Biden son. Megan, ends the interview saying that her dad was strict, and that was, so she can survive her father's prognosis Jason Campidoglio NBC News Radio twin wildfires in northern California have, destroyed at least fifty five home sent thousands, of, residents fleeing the two fires covering a larger area than the deadly wildfire in. Reading which continues to grow by the way Governor Jerry Brown surveying the damage in Shasta county today warning there's a new normal of devastating wildfires that Californians will have to get used to maybe a thousand years ago there was a drought Scientists, estimate lasted one hundred and fifty years don't know whether that's happening. Again vogue gotta, be ready a major Japanese automobile manufacturer says it's enjoying a stellar first quarter more on that from AP herald Toyota Friday posted a. Nineteen percent, rise in, first-quarter profits, beating, estimates the company credits the rise to cost reductions and sales. Growth in Asia to Europe made over six billion dollars in operating profit in the first quarter AP herald NBC News Radio wwl sports the Mets getting another shot at Atlanta. Tonight at city field Johnny Manziel. Returned to the field did not go well for. Him or the Montreal Alouette former Heisman Trophy winner through four first. Half interceptions in his CFL debut as, much we all lost, fifty two eleven and, now here's your w award Weather Channel forecast it is going to be hot over the next couple of days now we will see mostly clear skies some spotty patchy. Fog as we drop Back up or sixty s to the mid seventies early patchy fog for Sunday otherwise lots. Of sunshine, up to, around, ninety, I'm, meteorologist Jeff Eno your next news comes at the top of..

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Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodian election

WAFS Biz Programming

03:58 min | 3 years ago

Australia joins UN condemnation of Cambodian election

"At the pump. Prices. Fifty nine cents higher than it was one year ago. Also, the recent GDP growth didn't really translate into a lot of jobs growth. Gasoline demand, therefore is not growing. It seems to be stuck. You'll analyst trilby Lundberg says the most expensive gas in the bay area. The high right now in this panel of cities, San Francisco, three seventy one for regular in the lowest Baton Rouge with two fifty average price of regular grade gas fell three cents over the past two weeks to two dollars ninety. One cents a gallon, a firefighter battling a massive blaze near California's, Yosemite, national park died Sunday. After you was struck by a falling tree, smoke eater is part of her crew, removing brush and other fuel in an area around the so-called Ferguson fire. Homeland security officials say Russian hackers who penetrated. Hundreds of US utilities manufacturing plants. And other facilities, last year, gained access by using the most. Conventional. Efficient tools responded Jeremy house has more on the story. Officials say the hackers could have caused blackouts but chose not to and there. Was no, threat to the grid. Would go down the victims. Included vendors that had links to nuclear plants in the electric grid the. Newly disclosed details of the two thousand seventeen hack, come amid, growing concerns over the Kremlin's efforts to interfere in midterm elections and recent news that a dozen Russian military intelligence officers hacked into democratic Email accounts to infiltrate the Clinton presidential. Campaign Jeremy house Washington, fire officials in Greece raising the death toll, from, a wildfire that raged. Through a coastal area east of Athens to, ninety one twenty five people still missing, six days after the blaze began news and analysis at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda roster I was such a sweet lovable animal and people would want a pet him and they'd come up and they get close to them and it. Would be instant My dad didn't wanna touch. Him like ooh get the stinky dog, away from me even after we'd give her. A bath she would still stink very, stinky both bad breath and bad gas I asked the vet and. He said some dogs are. Just stinky does your dog it's scratched stink or shed like crazy come dine invite for. Help Eno v. I t. e. dot com the omega three fatty acids flax seed. Think you'll sell the. Digestive enzymes that are cooked out of regular dog food the ingredients, to, Vince, me, that, it was definitely worth trying after about a week he started smelling normal my. Husband and I were really kind of astonished dynamite is attrition eight five nine four two eight one thousand d. I n. o. v.. I t. e. dot com President Trump's personal. Attorney Rudy Giuliani says the president's former lawyer Michael Cohen is not creditable, I'd never prosecute a case on this guy's testimony first of all he talks to the press He. May, be taping me second he's contradicted so. Many times. That I mean you begin your cross examination by saying which is he going to tell us today Michael let's go through them now Giuliani was a guest on. Fox News Sunday Australia's foreign minister says. Her government, had a, total had told, the Cambodian government of its serious concerns. About Sunday's election Cambodia's ruling party one in a widely expected result if the only credible opposition was silenced. Last year foreign. Minister Julie Bishop said Cambodia's progress towards. Democracy was reversing siding the. Dissolution of the main opposition party and the banning. Of its officials, in running in the election More on these stories at townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rockstar Can you feel. What it's coming You know what, that means no,.

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