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How to Tap Into Your Gut Intuition
"Light watkins. Welcome back to the podcast. It's a pleasure to have here. Thank you the last time. I was on this podcast. It was called the broken brain. Now it's called the trooper away so it's avid happy to be here for the second phase evolving time. Yeah yeah exactly where you know. The thing about that is that. I always felt broken. Brain was great. You know it came from this documentary that we did that. A lot of the people listening watched but it never really encompassed sort of what the vibe was and then somebody said what what would you want to name. If you can name it anything. And i said i don't know i don't have a good name but i know that will be doing podcasts for a long time so i'm just going to name it after myself and so here we are. We are the love. it I love a good story and your new book is filled with a ton of then. And there's one that. I love to actually start off with like just jump right in because it's a nice way to set the stage and it'll open up our conversation to some of these themes of self criticism self compassion other things that we want to get into and it's the story of herbie. Hancock and miles davis I know you don't have your book in front of you. But just from your recollection jumper that story and then let's extrapolate on some of the themes in there was a well known story that i heard herbie hancock. Tell a few times and just to give a little background on. Why and where these stories come from. So i've been writing daily dose of inspiration email for almost five years to my little list subscribers and stuff and so these stories that have been coming up with over those years. Were meant to invoke inspiration or just give someone a poke or nudge to kind of look in a certain direction to find the inspiration within themselves. So this story came from from that sort of Purpose
Chick Corea, Grammy-winning jazz musician, dies at 79
"Tightened Chick Corea died from a rare cancer. Prolific pianist with dozens of albums. He replaced Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's band before forming Return to Forever. Korea Want a staggering 23 Grammy awards and was up for Tomb or this year for his album trilogy to And This instrumental All Blues. Chick Corea was 79 years old.
Chick Corea, jazz great with 23 Grammy Awards, dies at 79
"Musician Chick Corea has died of a rare form of cancer that was discovered only recently according to his website he was seventy nine I marches are a letter with a look at his career chicory is sung Spain is considered a jazz standard along with five hundred miles high love fiesta and windows he had twenty three Grammys and is nominated for two more this year Correa put out solo albums before replacing Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis's group in nineteen sixty eight Karelin or form the groups circle and return to forever Korea's style including classical jazz Latin jazz and solo piano he told the Associated Press last year like a runner runs because it feels good he plays piano because it feels good
"herbie hancock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Jazz. Herbie Hancock is like, uh, his controversial enough, right? Uh, just because you can kind of dance to it, but so right from the start, you were interested in expanding the boundaries of what jazz could be. Yes, it seems like there are a lot of folks in the jazz community who are interested in maintaining jazz, essentially as, uh, As museum is something that that can be that we could be reverent of, right? Certainly, but that shouldn't Expand right? Who said that? Who said, Hey, wait a minute. Jack shouldn't expand. All it's ever done was expand. That's all it did. It always moved. It always changed, and I'm trying to figure out what person said. You know what? Let's stop it right here. And it should never. It's just stopped growing. Because the Jazz to begin with, never did that always moved. It always expanded. It always change and always, you know, it always morphed into other things, and that's the spirit of it. That's What it's supposed to do, so I'm just doing what it's supposed to do. I'm playing jazz. That's 2000 and 12. When you put on the record of mine in 2012, you're gonna know the year When you put on them when you put on any miles Davis album, you know, the year I could tell you what year most miles Davis records are, or at least what decade You know, I mean, I could tell you that the birth of the cool That's you know, miles around the world. Well, that's you know, that's this. That's that That's 1964. You know, he always changed with the times he always had on something different under him. That Let you know what year it was because he was always searching to do the new stuff. You know, That's why I admire Miles. Is somebody I admire because he never stayed stagnant. He never was in one place. He always moved. So whoever these people are, they're saying Well, Jazz, you stay here. They must not like Miles Davis. Or Herbie. Already of our great great Great, innovative, You know that mean Tony's mug. He was always doing what he wants to do. He was always doing something different, You know, I mean, he always moved and that's what's supposed to do. So I'm just literally doing what I think I'm I'm just being honest with myself. She doing music that I like to do, which is music of now. Pretty simple. Do you think that, um, doing the music of now means Um, moving jazz music towards They're genres of music and especially, you know, Uh, Maura, popular genres of music. Sure, that's what they were doing in the sixties. You know they didn't There are all kinds you know. Jazz was mixed with blues. And you have certain songs Jazz is mixed with, you know, show tunes. And you have my favorite things. You know, that's this isn't this recipe Isn't anything new Just now that we age 60 years later. Whatever it is, we have more music.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on Weird AF News
"Hey come the weird avenues. now. I'm doing an impression of a late night. Dj hey we're playing all the hits starting now from lady gaga goo goo goo gaga. Hey now those guys always sound like crack. I mean where do they find these people even at my most highly caffeinated. I can't do what they do like all the time. It's just like nuts. Like how does ryan seacrest does do that. He is just meth running through his veins all the time. He's so annoying. Okay any other emails. No no i got some phone calls though so publish them after this so stick around for that some lovely listeners. Calling in love to hear from you guys. I left the number feel free to call and also joined my patriot because i've been posting a lot of content on patriot almost daily. It's really great weird stuff. I think you would enjoy it so you not only get the good feeling that you're supporting a five day a week. Weird news show that is recorded by a comedian inside a closet okay during a pandemic which. Why wouldn't you support that. So not only do you get that good feeling of supporting what i just stated in all the parameters therein but you also get that the delight that they'll do they'll th the what happened to the dodd added to bat. But did they do. Did they did the data the So i don't know why. I went all herbie hancock on your right there. That's an old school reference. anyone get that herbie hancock. Just watch that. Watch that music video for rock wisit rocky. Oh my god. That's so weird anyways. yes smoke. A fatty and watch that video and nightmares. The what was i saying shit. I'm totally lost. My train of thought. oh i was talking about the good feeling you get in addition to that you get all this like weird content. That been putting up there and it's entertaining. It's really good. It's very weird. I think he would. I think you really really would like it. So check out the patriot. Patriotic dot com slash weird af news. It's highly entertaining. It's just extra entertainment right now. And i know you got time on your hands. We're all spending a lot of time in front of our devices these days you have plenty of time for more weird content so just check it out. You really will like it. I'm not wasting your time. Weird news patriot is is.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Deserves a kitchen worthy of greatness. Looks like my porch is full of packages again. It also looks like my compulsive buying needs to change to come. Also saving as I sit here on this couch, I decided to make some changes. Starting with this couch. I'd love to be looking out my window at a beautiful backyard instead of a brick wall time for a new house, Whatever your passion U. S bank and helped turn it into your next pursuit. Equal housing under member f D i C I. Heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean asked what he would like his legacy to be, you know, hoping the end of the day. I mean, there's guys that you know, I go back and listen to their albums. You still pull out albums and go listen to him, and I love him as much now as I ever did, you know, And I guess that's kind of what I'm hoping is that some day When this is all over for me, you know, there's some group of kids hanging out. You know what a farm somewhere bonfire going drinking some beer and cranking up my kind of party record singing every word, you know to me, That's Been cool. Obviously, Tio had the success we've had and And do everything we've done to the end of the day, 20 years from now, people still listen to the records. I mean, I think that's a testament to It's a great artist, a great record two great songs. And so I hope that's what happens. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana as he reflects on some of his teachers. We had good teachers know Miles Davis, BB King appointed and the people who we learn whether it was Herbie Hancock or Wayne or everybody Rich. They don't think too much. You know, you just go with your heart. With a lot of conviction in a lot of trust in a lot of energy, and we don't we don't have time to doubt or second guess or anything like that. That's where somebody else keep Listeningto I heart radio firm or Santana and all your favorite artists. That's the only way Morning attend on 5 55 5 to know it's not a nightmare, or you might be dreaming. Kamala Harris is Joe Biden's pick. Let's be honest the DNC pick for for the running mate, and.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In one I Heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana, as he reflects on some of his teachers. We had good teachers know Miles Davis B B King. Theo planted and the people who we learn whether is Herbie Hancock or Wayne or everybody rich. They don't think too much. You know, you just go with your heart. With a lot of conviction in a lot of trust in a lot of energy, and we don't we don't have time to doubt or second guess or anything like that. That's for somebody else. Keep Listeningto I heart radio firm or Santana and all your favorite artists. What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. Glenn back program. Welcome to it. It is patent stew for Glenn Glenn Beck program. He was actually planning to return today, right? And then I think his doctor said, Yeah, take one more day off. Before you come back to work, so He's doing that. I think other than that, though, he's he's doing pretty well with the garbage thing, But that's what this is good to hear it here assume that's what this is. But I don't know that for a fact because nobody seems to be talking about it. At least he's not a Z said to anybody. Hey, I've got Cove it now and I don't think he's had in the test. Right. So he doesn't know for sure. So even if he had the test, he probably would have the results yet. Yeah, that's true. So you gotta wait 84 days, 80 $45. But they will tell you in, you know, right around the time to Super Bowl, they will tell you if you had covert or not really timely. All right. Uh, the campaign seems.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to talk about the live show anybody ever gets in this business. It's not about morning play. Lot think that that's the impetus of everybody want to be a rock stars to go out front of thousands of people. Of the guitars cranked up slinging sweat all that stuff and it's always great. I love you know for me, you know, design and stages and all That's fun, the lighting's show and all that's fun. Fans get a kick out of that first informers. Thing for me is sound great. Want everything to sound as great as I could make it sound. I want it to sound close to the records. I could get it to sound and have the energy and Excitement Everybody wants What you have to do is you have to walk out there and there's a sort of a son spoken contract between you and the audience that you're just going to both sort of submit this conducive environment. Let the music take over. And sort of just fall into the river together, and I think that that's what you look for it. You know, most nights it happens. Sometimes it doesn't. But those are the nights that you really live for. To play. Keep listening to. I heard radio for more Tim McGraw in all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana as he reflects on some of his teachers. We had good teachers, You know. Miles Davis, BB King Geo pointed and the people who we learn whether it was Herbie Hancock or Wayne or everybody rich. They don't think too much. You know, you just go with your heart. With a lot of conviction in a lot of trust in a lot of energy, and we don't we don't have time to doubt or second guess or anything like that..
"herbie hancock" Discussed on KCRW
"Yeah I mean the sequence where we use it never entered my mind when we talk about miles is balance is probably you know at least at this point you know that my favorite scene that I've ever worked on and and added it you know it's just and and to me in an incredible scene where we tried to to talk about the music and talk about the the beauty of miles as the music and you know we have great great people you know Herbie Hancock and and and others and Carlos Santana and others describe you know miles is balance and and the beauty of of miles as ballots and it's just that I think a really wonderful sequence in the film how much of his music was pre conceived and composed before he got members of his band together versus improvised you know I I think one of the things we talk about in in the film is as miles music progresses it becomes more and more improvised you know he goes to France in fifty six and record a soundtrack for a film called elevated to the gallows and the way they do it it is they they just put the film up on the screen in front of him and and his band and they play along to that to the film and record you know this this incredible album that's totally improvised you know in I think you learn something from that and you know a couple of years later he comes back and records you know one of his most famous album.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The next TV son I've got is called as taking what I like to call the Bible of soul music the ninety seventy six album songs in the key of life they chose the song because it is absolutely epic it's one of Stevie wonder's most politically rate in tunes it's also another all star lineup of musicians I mean he's got George Benson and singing background vocals he's got Herbie Hancock on keys and this is another one of those tracks that transcends the the regular the normal song structure my favorite is the last three minutes of we haven't really heard screen yeah in the force that he does or on any of the recordings prior to this it's kind of weird it's kind of like he's expressing anger through love in a way like he's he's really trying to get his point across this is is defining moments on this album is actually one of the peak records at the at the wonderful events not always play I played it for thirty minutes and double double copies of it you know it's it's at the at the last song that I chose is all I do from Stevie one is nineteen eighty album hotter than July I started doing Stevie Wonder should be party call wonderful.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on The Music Prophet
"Into it and even the National Jazz Dave Magyari. I really started paying attention to individual instruments is incredible. Oh how they all work separately. Make one big sad me conversation out of my friends. The judge recyclable. How a lot of really good just entertaining very the any piece? I also the tests. Were everything ourselves as workers all his calvia soccer mm-hmm because a thin results. You want to sound you WanNa have won. All they won clings to yes. And it's different compared to rock music where they do favor the Solos or jump Zola's assessor Goto. Yeah Yeah every now and then advance in a s featured saxophonist just for about thirty seconds of the track. And that's it or Nashwan. Has Their food player. remark Arkham Mark Nashwan. He's played nights. I believe but it's been an incredible Flute player that she fills in space that the rest the band leaves. And it's great because it's so subtle like that. It's not a horse sound. It's just the flu luke case in every now and then and it is really appreciate it. Also it's interesting but it's it's kind of like that like Electric Guitar Tirona Band where they go for a solo. You hear it and then it fades out those site over Sarah Overdue. Salt Lake is being Harry Stares I. Is there a project that you did not serve develop that skill set for you or that that developed a knowledge just laws laws players. I think her grace. Yeah makes sense right because you started jazz unintentionally the jazz before I am w wedding so so I do it but now of his South I show a completely a different fresh too. I think euro thorough going. The guy's a certain. Yeah because that's the way the I mean. That's where the most educational education on technical drumming comes in right. Finace the factors of big band at a wedding must just musician was is a job Out of excess funny though So he doesn't mean speaking of big band and sort of icons You mentioned that her Behan Caucus Focus your go-to icon unnecessary. So actually. That's that's a good point. Went like what are some. Who are the people that you try to imitate I I condemn offers a bunch of guys right. I mean you..
"herbie hancock" Discussed on The Music Prophet
"Kosovar? Jeff is just so much shutters considered Johnson so I I think there's something perfect so what's your go to then. What and was that like is that has always been year Goto? I mean generally uh most of the stuff I listen to his from celebrities to navy. Listen to as much modern Probably should but it happens. I mean there's also there's a lot it's coming out now that well being a modern I am going to see Mossy Washington on Tuesday in Toronto Discomfort together but suffered so cool. Do it would be kind of because I'd be sort of an old any legend fabbrica although some people some of the guys come AC- the Saving Ben's not the following the lineage of evolution of jazz concerts. So what's your stance on it. ooh I don't know if sounds the joy and like whatever it was always labels..
"herbie hancock" Discussed on The Music Prophet
"The way fills before Account Jazz musicians are always playing Top they have more than one thing going on. It's not they're not just keeping time in the feel of time yes. It's a simultaneous. No Yeah you're right. It's it is the simultaneous thing just to really we're gonNA dependence hard stuff were around setting oxy's excellent and why is or purpose of the play. The notes being played right because the intention is a lot of what the audience can seize. Well rather the audience can see our intention with them. Just I mean shipping music of not just being straight line rate giving it off Calica macaca architectural Always buildings angles ups and downs. Yeah I like that analogy. It's Kinda Nice for people that are listening to. That's a really good way for them to think about it because with jazz I mean I mean unless you enjoy music and you know the technical side of it sometimes it can be hard to get into. What's also a artist.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on KCRW
"Here from the one and only Herbie Hancock off his record monster super slapped down disco classic right here stars in your eyes from her be before that esca the title track from the EP called gate keeper them before that sending the sun liners with their cover version plastic cover version of I only have eyes for you off the record Mister brown eyed soul re issued in re released by big crown records a record label that if you do not know you need to know you know now so get hip to it every single thing they release big crown records just the midas touch everything is beautiful classic timeless music it's weird it's a classic and timeless but I say that because they harken back to the our echoes of of classic beautiful original soul music of that era between doo wop and well you know what forget about of all that little labels and stuff like that big crown records every single thing they put out beautiful beautiful music and that is a classic record re issued by them but even the brand new music coming out from my background every single thing every single record from them just beautiful Thomas music for surely and then before that joy das a kind of Los Angeles of pride and joy of LA coming out and now letting the whole world no the the jam and the the secret inspiration passion behind joy drastic that LA knew about for for years now on his record this call inside voice we heard his cover of the bill with their song stories once again his name Joey das ich D. O. S. I. K. just beautiful beautiful music throughout and within J. so Germany so with you here as I am every single Wednesday evening midnight until three in A. M. but tonight filling in for the leader while she is over yonder way out there in in the world spreading beautiful music so once again if you'd like to reach out you need any help finding this music you can always email me email address is J. S. O. L. E. at KCRW dot com J. soul KCRW dot com or follow me on Instagram my handle simply my name Jeremy soul F. O. L. E. stay close us so much more music and so little time to get into it so I'll try to speak little less we can get into all of it but she also much what is Carlos Santana playing Woodstock in nineteen sixty nine a master of the electric guitar Santana has been releasing hits for decades now we're celebrating Santana's latest record Africa.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Whiskey says killing them should be left to professionals and if all this sounds way too violent think about landscaping hello folks they look like this if you plant that your yard you're like a neon sign Hey it going this year I am and in South Florida right now that is a recipe for trouble you're listening to All Things Considered on W. NYC on the fourth of July president trump is planning a very different independence day celebration he's calling it the salute to America and plans to deliver a speech at a ticketed event on the national mall putting himself once again at the center of attention well consider the implications of all of this just ahead and we've got some reaction about these plans for independence day from the mayor of Washington DC stay tuned WNYC is supported by metropolitan entertainment Herbie Hancock appears at the beacon theatre on August first with special guest thunder cat Herbie Hancock tickets available at Ticketmaster dot com some American icons come out of the struggles that drive our nation's store number demand pulling there was never a black hero and he was giving the finger to the white boys that that never happened before from shaft to Thoreau's Walden studio three sixties American icons help us understand the works of art the define.
Roy Hargrove, Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter, dies at 49
"Grammy winning trumpeter ROY Hargrove has passed away. His manager says Friday in New York of cardiac arrest stemming from a longtime kidney disease, regarded by many of his peers as the greatest trumpeter of his generation our growth collaborated with jazz giants like Herbie Hancock and Wynton. Marsalis? Also teamed up with mainstream artists such as Eric about do common and the Angelo incorporating sounds of Hornby, so funk and hip, hop gimmes work, jazz trumpeter, ROY Hargrove was forty nine years old.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Never mind that nirvana caused his daughter's death but rehab in a mental institution is the correct course of action it should be rehabilitation not vengeance but paul decides to poses a psychologist go into the mental hospital and killed nirvana seeing some evidence of paul's illegal activities jerry leaves paul but he returns home and she was architecture career as credits role and maybe some more killing two we do have a few more sequel wants to get two but yeah this is the la death wish i kid not realize they were going to go there why not chicago chicago had a pretty clean reputation in the 80s i know that la has its crimes stories from the later 80s but was all of the la this crime ridden in the early eighties it just it seems like a weird characterization the whole thing with yet gangsta rap coming out of la in compton but that does seem very late eighties but i i don't know i was a child in the early eighties i was in a weird scrape statistics living manila yeah i mean i think it had a reputation of being cd but usually cd four it's attraction to the movie business and all the lecherous people that are there it shot in la because this is what they could afford that these were budgetary constraints but maybe because they had to pay bronze and more admit that they couldn't film where they were playing like san francisco warriors maybe chicago like it was in the book and they had to get jimmy pasia play that sweet guitar riff over the opening credits yeah we didn't talk about the music last time in a wish we had because i am a herbie hancock fan.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"In the american dream i interviewed jazz herbie hancock and wayne shorter i ask them what is jazz check it out and ailing just arrived from mars and the curious and they have a sense of hearing and you need to tell them what jazz it what are you gonna say i would i would take tough to hit the music i a okay and then if they had some questions after that i would respond to the question to you wouldn't try to explain in front now just take him to go find take him to the club yeah yeah right work i put them in front of a mirror earth mirror and you say that stress this is you the jazz even when you're an alien is fair heart explained it so maybe wayne zone is out of the book consider that the bar seen in star wars they're playing jazz for intragalactic they're not playing classical music there's not a valid nobody saying in a thing the aliens or jim on their on their alien musical history but it was clearly jazz yeah thick there was no question about it out on a fair steve you know i i happen to like jazz i was a latecomer to honor but through people who heat jazz it can you explain that.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"Growth the jazz enthusiast oh yeah absolutely so with my interview with herbie hancock in wayne shorter they both played for the legendary miles day miles quintex that's right and wayne shorter saxophonist and composer he's won ten grammy awards herbie hancock a pianist a keyboard is a composer he's got fourteen grammy awards and that some of the alltime greats in the field i sat down with them recently at wayne shorter his home in hollywood and i i i asked wayne how he got started on his path to music as i always do i wanna know what the tracking is of peoples lifelong love let's check it out as leinna looking for my classes at school you know you never met to anything if you play hooky any continent he caught me and advice and civil had my mother and father and in the office and all that isn't what what oil you going to class let's see where you went when you play hooky i said in its atoms theater around round the corner from school and saw like jimmy lunceford dizzy gillespie in lower manhattan and all that charlie parker is oh soast what she did she called the music director and put me in his class on that's where for the great teacher you here via rather than wrap your over the risk they're saying there's a synergy here to be harnessed try not carry authority to be arya that's what we need here but those at a great mentors that we've had the opportunity to experience that have.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Okay so if you guys listening any donahue herbie hancock in rate he's one of the most famous for give me this patronizing because i'm schulman's people do but he's one most famous jazz musicians in the world correct but he's probably most famous in the 80s for doing an instrumental some called rocket right it's a video with the manneken leg kicked morale dan of yeah yeah it was at that due to do to do together do you do didn't do i believe there's one is an area in rocket peter griffin on family guy hey hey oh actually know you know what i wanna that's the that was excellent yet as the beverly hills cop zaire singing i'm sorry that's the aim is problem because they had a bunch of instrumental songs that work it was great with that heavy hancock incredibly musician suddenly he's in this film yet rutger hauer shows up for like a second as president that makes more sense to me yet john goodman i was not aware of voices a criminal kingpin of sorts okay yeah so that's the cast i wanted to see it because i liked the fifth element it looked like the fifth element it looked like it would be interesting just to see this thing i didn't take a lot of notes on this time of day did you see it i saw the very last showing last night at ten fifteen i had a beer which i highly suggest doing where did you see it i side in an arc light but they had like fancy there was like some fancy dolby sound was this the one in hollywood now this was okay yeah men i saw.
"herbie hancock" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Of course not i mean way upbeat on the drums yeah and it wasn't that i didn't like playing i did it was fun i didn't like school at unlike aydinlik yeah you know i didn't like sitting there and fuck learning know it was it was i hate learning the way they wanted you and i didn't i didn't it was like i put it to this way i'd like a guy have maybe like to one what am i to piano recitals in my life the first one i played axel laugh by which is the theme song to beverly hills cop that was the first one because you know you heard yankah yeh better moroder notes yonhap mer was yarmur not an are hot on up in our bugging no no the unhabited miami vice no it was herbie hancock that's not herbie is herbie hancock track from that movie from that movie manono bugging 'cause i actually had the same twelve inside i have when i bought i was as as a kid in is not yonhap mer it's and we can added this little section out whatever but yeltsin on the other one that i played was a what was madonna like versions i you know the the the state of like trying to play something cool when your kid it appeared in a recital china than with mediocre piano skills because he weren't paying attention and he didn't care you just want i just wanted to sit around and play i just wanted to sit around with my foot on the on the reverve pedal of the piano and and the sustained pedal hingis play notes and fuck around i hated class i hated doing anything like that i'm just thinking all of a sudden of uh of.