17 Burst results for "Esperanza Spalding"

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:33 min | 2 months ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"My vessel I'm at ease I feel like I'm full of a sound that you know it's almost like you know if the if the container is full of water there's not room for the other water to get in You know there's not room for the other thing to pour in Suddenly the air goes miraculously I'm keeping your breath above the never ending time I mean it's just incredible to me how specific some of the functions for these individual tracks are right There's also one that's intended to study the heart during a new romance Tell me about that Oh yes Well you know that track is partially from personal experience And I mean I'll just say this if you found yourself in the dynamic where you were like oh I'm worried about getting pulled out of orbit and being enamored with this new person that I just get sucked into the sun of their newness and I burn to a crisp My hope is that in a moment like that you would think of the song and think of the lyrics which are this invitation to in a way the feel that fear by admitting it still gravity still And that was fun that I need And I know a lot of folks who need it too you know No I totally relate to that feeling of feeling that you are going to be sucked into the sun of someone And it's hard to admit it It's so silly like many of us have endured that and gone through that and I think that there's probably already a song for everything in this world So really one of the primary invitations of this lab is for us to remember the resource that we have in music Absolutely I mean maybe it's a little self referential or something but I use these songs These songs in my life You know like it helps me They help me And other people song helped me too but maybe I'm responding to the question what do I need a song for Of trying to write the songs that maybe we don't have yet for these very specific functions you know a sabotage Without the strings of size like this supposed to be I didn't know how to eat some villains can go You can't really do some damage down there in the soul level another Do you envision that people will put these songs on Certain situations that either perfectly replicate the purpose that you articulate for each of the tracks on this album or a purpose that is similar to what you described for that particular track I think it would be a fun jam because then it's like we're playing together Then it's like we're exploring together right And I also hope that just like all music any lesson I will use their own agency and creativity and put it on when and where they need it for whatever purpose Either it was just like this is cool I just wanna hear it Can I see on a size that can be So do you feel that you have answered the question what do you need a song for I'm getting more and more excited by the invitation by that ask Because every time I ask that the responses lead to more openings invitations and potential experiments in the lab So it's almost like now I know the question I'm asking And that's a really beautiful place to be Bassist and singer esperanza spalding her new album is called song writes apothecary lab Thank you so much for joining us today Thank you for being with me and inviting me to talk about this journey And said and done you're.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Prince: The Story of 1999

Prince: The Story of 1999

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Prince: The Story of 1999

"In promoting these artists careers alongside his own. He worked closely with harriet to figure out how they could china spotlight on his favorite artists. The interview just about all of the opening at saint la- hathaway a sponge. Spall day may snow parker. Who was phone jane. Brown's band assange wilson she day main condition sharon jones and the debt kings e anthony. hamilton. Shocker khan and misty copeland the very first person. That interview was esperanza spalding. And she was not famous like she is now. She would not gotten a grammy yet. One thing about prince that he saw he was a visionary and he could see who she was but hadn't become yet and i really think that was an incredible gift of his. He could see laser sharp into future in them wondered. But why don't you see this. Why don't you understand this before each interview. I would go into his dressing wherever we were and he would come in and we talk about the arts and he would tell me his thoughts about the artist and he would tell me what he hoped. I would get out of the conversation. So this is the fascinating way of working. I may make sense but again is with prince. Along the way as we games interviews we started talking about. What are we going to do with this material. My background was magazines. So we got to the point of. Why don't we make bags and so many ideas of just endless giant ideas. But we'd say and make magazine that he came up with the name intelligence again try to into that philosophical spiritual high spiritual life and creative. It's time that he said you go the magazine. Harry you just make. He just believed it could happen and it is true. We did make things happen but we got into ferocious debates about financing so anyway we didn't make the magazine but what we did was interview all these incredible people. There's a theme. That's emerged through so many of the interviews that i've done of prince explicitly wanting to support an amplifying promote black women. And i'm hearing that in so many of the stories that you're telling about who he was surrounding himself with in this period who he had opening for him even requesting that you are the one to write the cover story for ebony. Can you talk a little bit about what you observed in that regard yes Prints had tremendous regard for women and particularly black and in elegant kind of wet. I have no idea who he was dating. Because you just didn't know that. But you knew that. He had female friends that he had. He held him very highest theme. He likes for women to dress up. He loved elegance and glamorous and intelligence so he surrounded himself with very smart beautiful women and beauty not in one particular wet from share. We j. fierce black woman with a bald head to mystical but missing could jump on a baby grand piano on point. Everyone was incredibly dynamic. There's a dj rashida very close friend of his who. When walked in the rooms her elegant he became very close to esperanza beautiful strong intelligent elegant let women and he really do uplift. Their great brown skin built brown skin. Way yours again..

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of her day. But Dorothy Dandridge did precious little recording a bunch of singles and one long album session that included Oscar Peterson heard Ellis Ray Brown and Elvin Stoller in 1958 came out as a record album called Smooth Operator and from It. Dorothy Dandridge doing? I'm glad there is you before that Jenelle Monet with Esperanza Spalding for an original song, Dorothy Dandridge Eyes and Luba Mason. Talking about Jenelle, Stevie Wonder, and Bach as being a musical triangle that inspires her triangle is the name of Lupus current album. Paul Cavalcanti new standards on W. N Y C. Let's slip into this coffeehouse right now to hear Dave Van Runk and Christine Lavon in the heart of their set. G, but it's tough to be broke in. It's not a joke in that. It's a girl's. My luck is changing. It's gotten from simply Raton do something word. Who knows? Someday I will win. 20 Begin. Tonto, reach my price. Yeah. Now, though, I see what our end is. Our acting spend is just my time..

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh, summer nights, Man throw home. Hang me so night would be tragic if you weren't here to seven months. Cover. Been heaven above that stream. I dream of love to wrap it around. I'm so sorry. Romance under black Hills underachiever. Yeah. Someday she'll come along. A girl I loved. A smile will be a song The girl I love. And when she comes my way I'll do my best. To make us stay. Look at her and smiles. She'll understand. And in a little while, I'll take a hand. And though it seems absurd on No, we both won't Say. Maybe I won't meet her Sunday. Maybe Monday. Maybe not. But I'm sure meet her one day. Maybe Tuesday will be my stay. Right? I'll build a little home meant for two from which will never roam. Who would, would you? And so all else above. I'm waiting for the girl. Ah love. Up, but Dr My dad. Dad! Dad! Dad, Dad, that Bye bye. Do today that that that that That brought down a day on that day. Don't that damn bit about that. The better Someday she'll come along The girl I love a smile will be a song. The girl I love it. When she comes my way I'll do my best to make us state. I'll build a little home just meant for two. From which will never roll move, would would you And so all else above. Waiting for the girl. Gershwin caressed. By Tony Bennett. NEW STANDARDS ON W N Y C L A and Louis Armstrong Together Willie Nelson from his brand new that's life singing in the spirit of Sinatra. And now one that honors a woman who was a pioneer movie star and occasional singer of songs from this World songbook. Talking about Dorothy Dandridge. She is evoked in this tune by Jenelle, Monet and Esperanza Spalding, and I'll follow it with one of those very few classic jazz recordings on which Dorothy Dandridge is accompanied by the great Oscar Peterson..

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"1971 inmates of the state prison at Attica State of New York. Unable to endure further. The intolerable conditions existing there revolted and succeeded in capturing a part of the institution. As well as a number of guards whom they held as hostages. Foremost among their demands during the ensuing negotiations. Was the Recognition. Of their right to be treated as human beings. After several days of inconclusive bargaining, Governor Rockefeller ordered state troopers in to retake the prison by force. Justified his actions on the grounds that the lives of the hostages were in danger. In the slaughter that followed. 43 persons lost their lives, including several of the hostages. One of them was Sam Melville political prisoner already known for his leadership in the Columbia protests. And one of the Leaders in the rebellion at Attica. The exact cause of Sam's death remains a mystery. The text for this piece is taken from a letter He wrote from Attica in the spring of 1971, describing his experience. Of the passage of time. Is composed by Frederick Krichinsky of Musica electronica Viva A LP that featured three pieces coming together, which is what we just heard. Which features Frederick on piano. Karl Berger Vibes Elvin current synthesizer. Johngibson Alto sax, Joan Kalish, Viola. Shortlist trombone. Occured. Richard Young steam on base and The speaker reading Sam Melville's text. Was Steve Been Israel. Recorded in April of 1973. Two written actually inside of a year after The attic uprising and subsequent Carnage happened. And Recorded inside of two years have towards So no piss one records. Ceded by Certain cells. From The date by Chris Davis. Piano player DIA Tom Ribbons. And featuring that were Esperanza Spalding reading words, by Gwendolyn Brooks from the poem. Two prisoners. Lt's featuring Nels Cline on guitar chose Smith, Phibes, Trevor Dunne Electric bass fell Jeanty turntables. Charlyne Carrington trumps Anna's Imagine Chris Davis on piano. Sean and Chris Davis's pyroclastic records. Andi came out within the last year. Lovely date..

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Esperanza Spalding musician and wealthiest okay here we go here's your peril of medical system when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone park at first the thinking was what is doing this because we don't fully understand yet all the ways that this species is important but we know that it is it has been absent and we finally have the opportunity to reintroduce them deals done so of course all the biologists studying this like crazy conservation biologist and the first thing that happened was all the game who had been I'm subjected to any threats they were they were the top of the food chain all the sudden they all became more alert and more responsive and they stopped grazing constantly in the exact same part of the river they had to move more because now there was this like threat of the walls so what happened is they start moving more they start grazing higher up in the hills where they're less likely to be just you know picked off in these low grasslands what happens is the banks of the river bank gets firmer which means the flow of the river become stronger which means beavers can come in and start to build their dance also because the the the the game is not grazing in the same area trees that previously had been chewed up in the early stages start growing so songbirds return all the speeches of a bird come back into Yellowstone that have been asked they didn't have the right canopy coverage and because the beavers come in that creates more pocket environment for other animals and that brings in more big predators who are eating with the beavers are attracting so basically this one species will.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fear Esperanza Spalding musician and wealthiest okay here we go here's your peril of medical system when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone park at first the thinking was what is doing this because we don't fully understand yet all the ways that this species is important but we know that it is it has been absent and we finally have the opportunity to reintroduce them deals done so of course all the biologists to study this like crazy conservation biologist and the first thing that happened was all the game who had been subject to any threats they were they were the top of the food chain all the sudden they all became more alert and more responsive and they stopped grazing constantly in the exact same part of the river they had to move more because now there was this like threat of the walls so what happened is they start moving more they start grazing higher up in the hills where they're less likely to be just you know picked off in these low grasslands what happens is the banks of the river bank gets firmer which means the flow of the river become stronger which means beavers can come and start to build their damn also because the the the the game is not grazing in the same area trees that previously had been chewed up in the early stages start growing so songbirds return all the speeches of a bird come back into Yellowstone that have been asked they didn't have the right canopy coverage and because the beavers come in that creates more pocket environment for other animals and that brings in more big predators who are eating what the beavers are attracting so basically this one.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The arts this is W. NYC good morning I'm Chris then as your with your forecast a pleasant Tuesday in store for us partly cloudy with highs in the low sixties it'll be breezy with winds between eleven and fourteen miles an hour cloudy on Wednesday with showers creeping into the forecast late that afternoon winds around fifteen miles an hour the showers continue into early Thursday morning the wet weather then goes away and we have a partly cloudy afternoon well that's all it will speak with immigration Mason about her new documentary surface books tell the story of how her parents have okay adult content shop in Los Angeles still for the LGBTQ what struck the crystal Moselle talks about her new edit hi the male skaters navigating the male dominated world reporter hi Alison Stewart joined me for all of it we seven certain team conversation can be a sustaining life I'm hello good day this and on my show I had inspiring conversations with people you may recognize like the host of on being Krista Tippett and Grammy Award winning bassist Esperanza Spalding join me for a special broadcast of healthcare all this week at nine PM on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm no well king good morning how many Americans will end up dying from covert nineteen obviously that's something we don't know exactly as.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"There was the music that I bought myself, and that was the forty five version of something with the Jackson Five, ABC. CAIRN of Stop the love you save, that's win. Though the forty fives that new played on your little Makeshif record player thing, it wasn't like the Big Stereo that your parents allowed you. The US, but the thing you plugged in, and you had to put that little round thing and the whole. In you know? That was that was the music that I was allowed to play on my own. Keep the record in my bedroom. Kinda thing, but the Jackson Five. That was what young people that's. We grew up imitating the Jackson five and putting the record on and cousins would be Tito and I'd be Michael. Beyond the drums. We spent the whole afternoon like just shaping our performance to stop the love you save so. Those were some of my first memories. I always tease I always tell them that them. When when our C. The Jackson's that. You know for a lot of us. That were young and you know like. They were the first superheroes that we really had. The jacksons were an occupation almost, and it was interesting culturally because there were the Osmond's remember were the big sort of white family group back then, and there was the big debates about who was better, the Jackson Five, the Osmond's and that was a sort of a political state. So how did you feel on the lines? How'd you feel about one bad apple? Apple when it came out where you fold Lino mid was it was cute, because back then you didn't have like fifty million stations, right? The one station and that played all the pop music, so you heard stopped love you save along with one bad apple, and that you know you had your little groove and dances to that, too. But where was your heart? Your heart was with the Jackson five okay. Michael That's money because I. was I'm one of those friends in the Group of friends that is always last to call something, so I was always Tito. Everybody everyone's fight over. I'll be I was also surrounded by my brother and my male cousin, so I was the only girl in the in the in the posse been, so it was just natural that I stood out as Michael you know. I've felt I would justified in being Michael if I had to hang out with all these boys I should at least be able to tell them what to be around. Grand, this. So even then you knew you knew you had a role to play in without even knowing what future is going to be I obviously. Do you remember your first concert. You know that's that we were too broke for concerts. I mean you know I'm trying to think because my kids go to concerts all the time and I'm like you all are so lucky We were too poor for concerts. Quite frankly ma I never saw the Jackson Five Live. I'm trying to think maybe it was in college where and it wasn't really a concert. It was like an arena orchestra. Sort of Stevie. Wonder was playing in an orchestra. Maybe it was in Philly it's kind of a blur, and a girlfriend had the idea of getting tickets and going to see it I do remember. Was! Oh Gosh if I had to have been maybe a sophomore in in college, so that was what eighty. Eighty, two eighty three and it wasn't it Stevie wasn't like on some big arena tour at may be. It was a benefit. I don't i. don't even remember, but I do remember that we had front row tickets and we both walked in. Our tickets were and then we realize it's like we are in the front row happened. We were looking around waiting for somebody to tell us to move to move. but it was just him and his band, and he played some numbers, and then he call his his bodyguard. People pick some people to come up on stage and stand around the piano, and Sing Ebony and ivory and me, and my girlfriend were picked so I was standing on stage with Stevie. By his piano, thinking what ruin, but that was yeah, yeah, no, I never told them about that because I figured he didn't see me. Right? Well I know that Stevie has. been at the White House at least fifty eleven times. Like. Any event that I'm seeing between two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen, like it's almost like Stevie. Wonder comes with the package like TV CV is you know that he and he is all you know he's always game. If there's a cause and it's something he believes in. The first time he showed up was at one of the biggest fundraisers that I had during the campaign It was at Ucla and this was a big announcement because I was I was highlighting I was the keynote representing my husband, the campaign, but Oprah introduced us. It was Maria. Shriver and that was a big deal because that was right when she was going to endorse Barack over What her her husband the governor was. Was Doing, and that was a big deal. Caroline Kennedy so was a women's empowerment kind of thing, the first time I was surrounded by all these mega giants, and I was the keynote speaker they were passing off these introductions to me and right before I went onstage one of our staff, said Stevie wonder's on the phone and he's in the area. He heard about the concert, and he wants to come by and I was like Oh, yeah. So, he just shows up. Like I know that happens a lot. Actually wanted to ask. Are there any other Non Stevie? Wonder moments at the White House, that stands you. Oh Yeah Yeah Prince, but as the first one is prince performing, but of course stevie performed to. Stephen the Ultimate Party crash I get get. When Stevie! There! It's like okay. Steve Guy play Prince and we went back and forth trying to get prints because every time we do our parties and you've been to one of the parties. Yes you've been there and so oftentimes the personal parties were around a birthday or something like that, and of course, prince doesn't celebrate birthdays so. He was like I can't come. But I WANNA come, so we had to figure out how to create something. That wasn't a birthday that he could come to, and we finally worked it out. and you know that was just. That's just prince doing his thing and jamming in a way. where he for the first fifteen minutes, he just let his band riff. You know that generosity that he has to let his you know backup singer lead the song in his bases. They were just jammed before he even showed up and it. That was amazing. Paul McCartney. Singing Michel to me, wow! You know Aretha Aretha has performed performed many a time and you know. She would come with her for and her medal of freedom, badge on because when she came to the White House she wore all her stuff. and she's. She's blown the house down. By everyone from Mick, Jagger to. 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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"From his Christmas album a legendary Christmas Mister John legend teaming up with Esperanza Spalding on the standard have yourself a merry little Christmas why that song in particular I just love this song and I loved our version of that song I felt like it they just felt like a familiar song of course because we've all heard it but something about our version made it kind of sensual in and just felt like the perfect song for Christmas I play for my daughter all the time she wants to listen to it all the time she always asked me to pronounce esperanzas name for her he's like what who's your friend again and you saying with well I we also the Jackson five instead was coming to town other classic classic although they definitely provide a very different very eight whatever version you know it gave us so much energy and it was kind of in the style of a lot of their other music you know the ABC's and the all the other classics they were doing at that time where you know they just provided so much energy Michael such a gifted vocalist has so much fire in his voice and precision and read them in his voice and sounded so cool and this is one of those songs that was always a a classic for my family we always listen to it so it it just feels like home was at Christmas did you all get a line and you search of your dance moves to where we have a group called the Stevens for high my two brothers and my two cousins and I we all had a little gospel singing group that was in you know inspired by the Jackson you know it is interesting that that Christmas music is so much of its own genre I'm yes we don't really have thanksgiving music there are even fourth of July music or anything like that what what is it about Christmas that sort of engenders the musical spirit well I'm sure the capitalist aspect since there's so much of their you know commerce built around Christmas and the season of Christmas you don't really have a hollow in season on thanksgiving season they're pretty you know short bursts of activity but with Christmas since there's so much shopping involved in gift giving in commerce involved I think there's been a whole industry that's kind of been born around it and so it gives you a little more time to bask in the music of that season as well and so I think it makes more sense that there's Christmas music than a lot of the other holidays yeah well at the next election you've got here is a good example of a song that just you know transcends yet that sentiment necessarily and it's just a beautiful piece of music great record Donny Hathaway doing this Christmas yeah we covered this song for the deluxe edition but I don't want to play on my versions of the songs let's hear the classic here.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"Welcome back and to Lawrence in nineteen sixty eight the very first album from the band spirit the family that plays together from old records as their cover of heating my toes leave a sign you might hear a Shabbat feast if my hair my sources on the internet are correct removing the music from Esperanza Spalding the newest and latest from her waist together is the name of this one stated okay we okay so with just long in in saying can so they just you you S. Jim to had.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"Hands and you like cheese six woodland how about how things being equal fossel compared mais il basically stumbled into blackness the second is for bicycles for these people sick and we'd be shocked people I'll give you my cell basically stumbled into climbs to the second surprise bills of these people see enemy be shocked people kind of Newport beach a force of them yourself a for Saddam himself a force of the media a force of them yourself a four centimeters a force of them yourself a force the number a force of them yourself a force of them yourself a force of them we have sought by one of four centimeters a force of them yourself Katie disease my services I mean some fourteen to black people more people sick and we'd be shocked people kind of Newport beach Katie a disease number of black people in this room Hey Hey happy Sunday to you it's ME novena Carmel tuning in to you from KCRW against all logic now you got me hooked that's what's underneath us right now set off the set with Roy Blair fantasia from his he P. chasing moving train Esperanza Spalding lest we forget but on that.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Z104

"Little bitty buster even though actually as of today for you I would well John Led Zeppelin Taylor swift Kanye west all have in common. they all were nominated eight all lost in the category of best new artist at the Grammy awards are now we know the end result best new artist rain the artist again so these artists lost a Grammy Award for best order Elton John. ads that plane Taylor swift Kanye west yes yeah so details in there are more it yet I'll read you the list of all of these artists syncing all lost best new artist okay the eagles Drake ed Sheeran Britney spears Justin Bieber Kendrick Lamar boys to men John Mayer Chris Brown Nicki Minaj Linkin park and no doubt all lost now you know will be fine if you're really bored at work Google the loss to you don't have to I got that list for you until. you bloody Elton John's lost to the carpenters okay well they still they were good Taylor swift lost to Amy Winehouse she was our okay Connie lost to maroon five now Drake lost to jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding I remember that ed Sheeran loss to Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. bring your talking over there Britney spears you might this was a famous loss you remember sitting there yeah Justin Bieber also lost two Esperanza Spalding Kendrick lost to your member that's Michael Moore and Ryan Lewis everybody was mad about that green Jeff green how the losing how you best Norris twice well no they were not in the same year so think about it this way ed Sheeran was nominated Kendrick Lamar okay okay got you know they win the award twice okay I should clarify your vision like Spalding she beat Justin Bieber and Drake they were both nominated is always there okay Green Day lost to Cheryl crow but think of boys to men who lost to mark Coleman who yeah John Mayer lost to Norah Jones she had a great year that year so I'm not even mad mad about that Chris Brown lost to Carrie Underwood. yeah she's a powerhouse so you can't be mad about that Nicki Minaj lost best nurse to Bonnie there. Linkin park lost to Alicia keys so you can't really right right and no doubt lost to Leanne rimes so she. most of them you can make arguments either way yeah definitely I mean I think the Malcolm more one at that time not more was I mean he was everywhere there are some big ones that you go out I can't believe they lost to that person like in nineteen eighty one for example Luther Vandross lost to Sheena Easton so now you look back at their careers and go home what that definitely still leads lost to Crosby stills and Nash poor guy who had a great you know I know but let them. I keep thinking do I mean we look back now I go how did they lose out you know they used to say best new artist was almost a odd cheeks yeah like a curse yeah there's a lot of press two artists you would want one done does it yep so and that still holds true like some people say I don't know if that's a great award to win anyway yeah so is the longevity of the people on the list who lost their still around most of them so will put the rest the list up on our Facebook page you can check it out for yourself it's pretty fun little piece of music trivia for you some of the biggest success stories in music started off their careers as losers nothing we come back next of the morning so you may be excited that spicy nuggets are back at Wendy's but not as excited as dak Prescott plus the breaking bad movie trailer is out we'll tell you what you will see and what you don't see it and the biggest trending Halloween costume right now is something you drink any guesses what is one.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"New single called mixer. Dropping in mid-may from field. Croker Scott star people nation. Trumpets that soon understand yourself featuring chronics at the Mike Kroger. Round the corner music from Cesaria kindness. Possum orchestra collective covering Trump. Call quest brand new music from sweating clink shoot. Lots more to share. Stay tuned. Do. So in the nineteen eighties devil, worshippers daycare centers across the nation were doing horrible unthinkable things to the children. They were supposed to be taken care of. They were taking off all their clothes, and they were chanting, and they were wearing monster masks animals in the house that they're also using to abuse the children with accept it. Never happened. The Tanic panic this week on the document case of us mash of documentaries radio get it wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. Music on KCRW for your mother man, this new EP from sweats and clinkers hot is fish, grease brilliant, blue as the cut. From the low moon EP from Swanson clank currently based in Los Angeles. Also, very special tribute to attract called quest midnight marauders. Presented by undercover. We are from awesome orchestra collective featuring. Ryan Cole starts Steve Biko. Caesaria ever in a set? Sunday about on the body and soul vocal mix and new music from kindness. At the top of the set cry everything. Tecom Toro, Imola and musical shoot. France in Brazil, getting together with the sparked by Cullen and g mellow. Classic wind and fire. More to come. Stay tuned. Support comes from the Ford theaters opening the twenty thousand nine season with jazz supergroup, the spring court debt on April twenty seven any jazz master Jack DIGI net will be joined by Grammy winning saxophonist. Joe levino Argentine pianist layoff Genevisi and interdisciplinary creator Esperanza Spalding stepping back into base for this. Rare gathering start this summer early tickets and info at Ford theaters dot org.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"All things considered from NPR news in KCRW starts at four thirty. And taking a look at the weather here quickly mostly sunny through much of southern California today. Highs in the low seventies. Mid at the beaches, mid seventies inland and could get up into the upper seventies in the valleys and once again cooling off maybe three to four degrees heading into tomorrow and warming backup. As we continue through the week Woodland Hills. High eighty one today Santa Monica seventy one this is morning edition on W. Support comes from the Ford theaters opening the twenty nine thousand nine season with Jess supergroup, the spring court debt on April twenty seven any a jazz master Jack net, we'll be joined by Grammy winning sex. Joe levino Argentine pianist layer Genevisi and interdisciplinary creator Esperanza Spalding stepping back into base for this. Rare gathering start the summer early tickets and info at Ford theaters dot org or three two three go one Ford. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene. Martin the fifth season of NPR podcast in visibility. Just wrapped an in it the team dove deep into the science of desire with a story of one young woman who diagnosed problem with her own sexual attractions, a problem not too many people would be willing to talk about publicly. We are using the first initial of this woman's name to protect your privacy. Also,.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on KCRW

"Starting to set. We heard from Anderson POC and the album Ventura. We heard twilight I'm Krista rita's. It is KCRW. Hopefully, you're having a great Saturday terrific weekend. Still to come. We'll hear from New Zealand artist by the name of Lawrence Arabia. Also from Thailand. Foams. So much to show it Houston, close KCRW. Support comes from the Ford feeders. Opening the twenty thousand season with jazz supergroup, the spring coretec on April twenty-seventh, any a jazz master Jack Dijon net will be joined by Grammy winning saxophonist. Joe levino Argentine pianist lay Genevisi and interdisciplinary creator Esperanza Spalding stepping.

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"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"esperanza spalding" Discussed on Popcast

"Yeah. Know just in whole idea of like someone coming to the earth, and what that's going to do for humanity. I do think it was in touch very much with the heroic ideal. And there's been conversations I know just to invoke her name without without her being here. Unfortunately, Michelle, Mercer who wrote Wayne footers biography posted on Facebook and said, you know, I've got a problem with people saying Wenas heroin because he's so much more than that. He's also, nuanced and communal and all that. And I love that point. So I wish maybe in the future she'll be here, and we can have that conversation. I do think there is a role for the heroic narrative around way in shorter, which is an easy one to go to but Emon the name of the record is the name of the superhero figure in the comic book, he's sort of an anti hero because he's an everyday citizen who discovers that he together with others has the power counted sort of right? This broken world. We're in like dystopia in future in this comic book. But I do think that like when John Murph you talk about listening to the record. And being so transfixed by it. There's something who roic about Wayne Shorter's ability to write melodies that are so strong that okay? Maybe we're dealing with whatever twenty thirty musicians on stage together these enormous string parts these sort of flights of improvisation going every way the cut open underbelly of the rhythm section in insurers quartet. But the melody catches you in holds you. And that is almost there soaring in there, so powerful it is almost heroic to me and it relates to that comic book narrative covering very weeping about it. And I think another thing I really like about this record air it shows how the word malleable, I wanna use. Because I remember, you know, looking bad, you know, Lantis atom, navigator and joy Reid. Thank you know, a lot of critics hated those. And a lotta times people listening to the instrumentation and sometimes listening to instrumentation and listen to the melody can be totally different. I was a bit agnostic about the instrumentation, Mike. I'm in you know, I come from the sound. I didn't grow up hating synthesizers. You know, right. But it's interesting listen to that record. And it's like I can listen to like, I think the three Marie of and like in like in my mind, hav out how I heard it on the record and some most melodies so intact. And I think that's shows you how great his writing then into two now, it's like this is you know, she has his philosophy like, no composition is never finished. But it was rated the power that music back from back, then it's so many people kinda discarded. It's kinda like the way people doing with Harvey handcocks from light album like oh from lie there. One hate the Reverend like this old lesion of people now who best they're like Lowe's star for like, I think this is a perfect sort of segue into what's going on these days because so much of the. The jazz that's being made by or the music. Let's say that's being made by jazz trained musicians who are in their twenties, thirties and forties careful distinction. There you go is deeply inspired by those records. You're talking about the Herbie Hancock records from the seventies. And even the eighties records that interest Muhammed was making our Lonnie liston Smith is making the crusaders, even you know like albums that come out of maybe a Los Angeles jazz tradition that we need to give it to Stoorikhel do so who are some of the younger musicians that you're talking about talking about MCI mcraven most obviously a lot of this. Bronze Spalding new record, which she keeps going around the internet saying remember, this isn't jazz. I was funny that was my pivot was going to be. That's bronze. Yes for the ideas. But also because she works with shorter and has worked with shorter. Let's play something off the new Esperanza record. Let's play the song that was in your playlist FANG beautiful. And this is from the new Esperanza Spalding albums called twelve little spells..

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