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04:52 min | Last month

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"Important composers recognized at some of the earlier tangle. So that's some is interesting. And i think that's true. Also i mean. I think that actually i think the beatles were trying to achieve that in may went to india and of course actually it was. British violinist will what you call him nelson paladin but you could menuet of another generation teacher about well known current violinist daniel toke the first classical musician to play with indian musician rub action sitter and now i think everybody knew that and it became somehow infiltrated. Plus still pop. Because that's when we started seeing the robinson's migrating to or making a pilgrimage to india to get enlightened and and so if if i recall they make not a scholar at the beetles arts but once some album that had distinct indian elements and not so much other asian but also african. I think that some more recent musicians have adapted african use. Chris certain african. i mean not that. That's a monolithic. It's either form rose. Bowl poll silent would be a great example. He really did that very well. With and see you mentioned you menu. He he also Played a lot with stephane grappelli. Who is a great jazz so that they very sort of breaking out in Which months classical positions which is unusual and had he not been so well established as possible musician. I don't think anyone would have been impressed. Rested and the fact cappelli was Or would they be interested in the fact so he he was to stature in the world to to effect change grow. But he's a change Frozen i yes. I came out or did you say so on this in some sense might be opposite assists that music video indecision medium for creating evolution Nobody gets maybe he doesn't notice Fraud play cow Thanks so much david mate. Thank you as loved it This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics researchers on a variety of topics. If you'd like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in four. At scientific sense dot com..

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05:50 min | Last month

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"I think that there's a lot of fascination with the curator of the sixty s seventy s eighty s because precisely because batman be replicated. Today i won. I wonder carol though. Yes i agree. That music is is a bomb soul and mold will be but if you think about the time when pink floyd came to start them. That were universal. Plant up form whether it's the bbc or there was hit parade or whatever and everybody had acts. I don't think that's the case And there is a tremendous fractionation. So you like this particular kind of music. You can find five million people like that but other people have no clue what to do you know so. I wonder if it is an interesting issue. You got the points that you mentioned visit. Amazing revolutions going on with Social media kennedy global warming horrendous problems Which historically one would say we cry out for musical response spats much like the sixties did the twenties the over various times in history whether it was the ability to have music and to have it. Broadly disseminated a now Maybe there is an opportunity for music to offer that. Either coombs or about bomb or that interpretation. What thing that just occurred to me when it youtube Speaking is that if we look back and taking of trump in my head but the if you if you look back in people like keeps lloyd or some of the other elvis you know people who are doing amazingly new things views or synthesizing things in new ways. This usually heralded sometimes change in a society. It didn't necessarily ha's it but it was. I think usually a sign that there was to be some kind of tectonic shift. I think tanks floyd with what the size much more so than beatles so leading indicators on any cheese has seven i it hasn't been any change in society since we since nine hundred sixty s has curiously the logic question the be has been floyd cost any change in society. I would say no. I would agree with that. I would say that they're not causing..

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04:53 min | Last month

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"They were beginning to emerge from the nineteen fifties very stayed and and dave will and they were looking a very different world and kids today teenagers today. In fact i would not want to be a teenager to today. I never thought i'd say that. But it's true i mean they. They do not have the kind of optimism even thought about the kinds of things. Kids today are thinking about and this kind of paradigm shift in education. Both in the way. It's delivered the way accessibility I think that the class globally changed. I mean the claus. I've mentioned this before. But i think that wealth is created more social change than almost any other factored but did kids and who were coming out of the nineteen fifties and early sixties. Were they thinking about climate change Things like that and now they want they were having good lives. They wanted to enhance middle class. Rallying good lives Things for things are stable. There wasn't the kind of There was the nuclear family. That seemed much more stable. And if you look at the sociological trams that maybe twenty percent of say in america. American families are v the norm of the conventional nuclear family. So kids day. I'm very proud. I think there was accumulation of anxiety. And i think that has a lot to do that and now we have. We have something entirely. New is in my experience. I've been you know college. Professors like seen this change. We're here even questioning their gender identity and shank ringwood and that was simply that that wouldn't have been thought i think coming out of the nineteen fifties although there were people who were transsexual and it was very secret. Question garo is that is music This is an aborted to social sociological question. Which is the the type of music that infamous feeding desa table role to play in society to obey the face of facebook and google and other social media channels. Because if you go back to the nineteen sixties there. This was sort of a a statement. do cooled so to speak but the uncowed. Now you don't need you don't need music anymore you just deceased and then you would want the affair. Then you know notre people sign up for and so basically need anymore. I agree as always been needed. It's been in every human culture and society. It's been a load of expression. So yes you hear a lot of face with people post you said. I don't post very often. But often when i do something new simple But you know something. I've heard that i liked but Yeah so but i do think that the social media which i think has become very dangerous and now they've another source of things sidoti identity being compromised and then we have the pantelic which is further alienated individuals to one another. You know especially the last year. But yeah i think they still need use. If i think it's important it's a different experience. Experience differently they..

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05:41 min | Last month

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"At the demographics of who's buying it and why so if we had some sixty seven eighteen year olds presumably. They're buying it. I mean we've already got it. I suppose it could be going out now into parts of the world where it didn't make it before or is it down generations so in forty million coffee sold. I remember sitting clocks said and there was a twenty two year old on my right side in a twenty four year. Old left side was thinking mississippi Plants each the came to it and what they see in it. Whether it's different for what we see much now. I suppose european interesting example. How well did you. When when did you first encounter. i need music. i guess. I guess i hadn't done it until fairly recently actually when ill respond roach guitarist tonight and i know Well i loved transfer not my trains. We loved them and also in like they you know they talked about him so i listened to them so my own studies probably grew into mcgill for your interesting example of somebody who comes later in life from background and if interesting to hear how it lands on you you know and i'm interested to know like who's buying it and how do they get their visit. The parents which is usually the last thing that influence young it sort of an interesting question and what it feels perhaps a little bit the other themes. They're talking about that. We've been talking about they appealing to the us today. Just constantly instantan- it's insects into the sea and so my daughter yards gonna ask him what. I obviously biased. Views she. She likes david. Give more from buddy understand. He doesn't particularly like the waters. And so the site midges young ration- gravitating toward servant david gilmour's music Brought to what is always allowed to say you know he like. I said he's august trying to start lucien. Hissing patient saying that. The stuff doesn't go do something about it. You know vince. David is more about music And so i think you have to differentiate the new as you don't want actually meets the young nation sort of data gate was stove this different stuff. they're.

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05:30 min | Last month

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"It's wrong is clear. He have any night of art thing. Yeah there's the trauma there's there's a their lyrics music right someone opera in yeah and so so i think i i tell trump i think floyd show and does it to scandalous saying been you look directly at him. He seems to be not schulman late. He is he's basically inside himself. Thank to express this at prue artist. Veras if you've been look at raw you don't use the lucien you know time. Let's talk a little bit about the the themes that their spouse an expanding on my sense is it's very particularly in the light of brexit although they were much earlier the the criticism of the hanging on to the threads of empire the capturing of of the autocratic skull schools. They grow up in that. I grew up in where the empire was still pasted on the wool. And all this crazy stuff you know. And they were in my mind. It was sort of pushing against that. And that's something that i got quite strongly From the period that they will most influential for me. Seventies eighties period. you know. yeah. I know that so Nick mason and blue cried. who are you know. Equal plotters in this venture. What some of their feelings. About pink floyd and nick Nick mason was saying you know something like with rhonda on about school and wars right. It has school and wars and at some point. These guys said case if he did that he now. Let's go do something else that probably wasn't you know you do anything that and so if you look at the word instant ninety five Brother waters still telling you you know. Blues need it. You know go do something. I don't just sit back on your sofa. You know fox. Tv so that is what do you think they'll more is saying after that when he broke out. Because i haven't listened to that so much. I don't have a good sense. Does what teams do you pick up over the place or does he have a strong message. Does it more about the inherent quality than music and we make what you we said. One dave more in brazil and he advice but statement you know seculow saying something like the muslim world the angry and that's because the best will didn't really do the right things. What do you seeing. Sort of big deal is they'll get over it And and things are going to be okay in the future. I the optimism around also tells you you know sort of state of mind is basically saying. Let's shout revolution all the time. State the staff school as they appear to be. And you had some time sometimes. Don't mind heels. Lord of what's i mean kilgore's very involved Not notices that all relevant but he. He's so involved in different vocal bosses..

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02:34 min | Last month

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"England. I think it's also true in america but certainly in england time one of the sort of Spears of that was short. And so i think a lot of very talented people a musicians migrated to london and they that musical scene the time even though he london's a huge place calls the focus of of town and young people coming in and also particularly if even if you look at the rolling stones and a number of other groups. They often salted from being a school together or university together and then formed these garage bands and gradually pulled people in. I think a lot of what one sees in music from that time reflects the the social changes the really the the revolutions of the sixties and and. I think that's probably why we see such a creative output at that time and interesting and if you look at various other musical phrase like punk rock and things that they've often started a lot started in one of started. London started in response to social changes. Whether it's political a government with rich people disagreed causing them to channel their energies into a new kind of music. So that that would be my set such as the the end. Wineman lewis right. It's son says but this type of music do emerge. I four and i may be wrong here and i'll be interested in both of you and thoughts but it was very much the time or it was most often play in college and university settings you didn't tend to hear it in clubs quote discotheques and things like that. It was very much the sort of thing where you sit in a room and smoke. And listen to pink floyd going out on you adjust wherever and And then i feel pink. Floyd they became. I think it's really true with dot side of the mood. They sort of broke through that fairly esoteric making soundtracks for last year. Marian bad and you know pretty esoteric stuff.

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01:32 min | Last month

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"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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08:31 min | 3 months ago

"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"For example we can distinctly see the different classes of people. They have different types of using different artistic forms and and so on so it is sort of an icing on the key so to speak of segregation so then in the pink. Floyd convex Do we have something sort of cuts through it. Pink floyd is not something that the upper echelon of nandan would go and listen to. I would imagine they off. No i think you have a data. Indeed if i had to pose i think they would as i said earlier. I think the my experience. The people were listening to pink. Floyd tended to be university educated as opposed to tradespeople blue collar. People whatever much mosa also. And i now yeah right now so the question is is it is it because it was perceived started amongst intellectual group and therefore was perceived as such by. Let's say this this called mount intellectuals or is it something about the quality of the music and these could play literature's opposable writing or any other awful but it's just not accessible to without a certain experiential background I always dangerous territory here. But it's a it is fundamentally interesting and people. Listen comes to mind. Is this terrible In the role albert hall in london every year there is a problem concept. I'd actually if you've ever had it but it pays Val which was very sort of marshall. Nationalistic empires Hope and glory. All these people. They're waving union. The whole thing is just But that really Separates them you know they they they would be prime brexit. You know keeping grain you know. Let's keep pull people out who aren't like us all that stuff So yeah i i think it can be away it be sort of a bank in some sense like wearing a credential kind of the same thing in the us gal that right. I mean the musicians go wrong. Called center said divide and causes. An you know people like them differently. Yeah i think. Well i do think globalization has played an interesting role music so that you have a lot of Oh like latin. American music has definitely filtering paschal. Or maybe vice which i love sally. A classical many Bankroll for example has become Many composers have worked with. Many people have arranged to work with a traditional music traditional classical music. Now some important composers recognized as some of the earlier tangle so that's some is interesting and i think that's true also i mean i think that actually i think the beatles were trying to achieve that in they went to india and of course actually it was. British violinist will what you call him. This nelson paladin but you could menuet of another generation teacher about well known current violinist daniel toke the first class position to play with indian musician. Rub action sitter and now. I think everybody knew that. And it became somehow infiltrated. Plus still pop. Because that's when we started seeing the robinson's migrating to or making a pilgrimage to india to get enlightened and and so if if i recall they make not a scholar at the beetles arts but once some album that had distinct indian elements and not so much other asian but also african. I think that some more recent musicians have adapted african. chris certain african. i mean. Not that's a monolithic. Either form rose bowl poll silent would be a great example. He really did that very well with. And you'll see you mentioned you menu. He he also played a lot with stephane grappelli. Who is a great jazz. So that they very sort of breaking out and Which months classical musicians which is unusual and had he not been so well established as possible musician. I don't think anyone would have been impressed. Rested and the fact cappelli was Or would they be interested in the fact so he he was to stature in the world to to effect change grow. But he's a change Frozen i yes. I came out or did you say so on this. In some sense might be opposite. Assists that music video indecision medium for creating pollution Nobody gets maybe he doesn't this Fraud play cow Thanks so much david mate. Thank you as loved it This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations with leading academics researchers on a variety of topics. If you'd like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in four. At scientific sense dot com.

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"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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05:12 min | 3 months ago

"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Perhaps in the twenty two did that usher in a mall. Sort of post world. War one carefree. I think it is either parallel or as you suggest foretold but i can't an instance where it actually caused change that that was a rallying around i mean people will take pieces of music as an anthem for the calls. But i'm not sure that there was ever a cold too. Long that people rushed out brick voted differently too inefficient The closet teams because a utility that he get from listening to david gilmore waters is substantially higher than you know trying to tempted sheets and so so it's something a gives you a cover it something If you go to iran this concept you basically Advertising you are you need to change the world but then you know this comeback this leap And so it doesn't it is sort of fake Idea it just gives people at eight to advertise. Its like bina pesident. Parking it on your driveway. Saying i'm an environmentally joe. So they may be a case. I was thinking about this last night of to some people that data and i don't know i'm sure you know this. So that is nobuko an opera And there's a there's a chorus net in sierra. Do you know this Which italians want to become the national anthem and they have a national anthem. But he's just as dreary popping most is every is everybody else's now sean. And i was unexperienced..

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04:11 min | 3 months ago

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"I wonder if he's more effective by having. I mean this is too strong a statement but having sort of the beautiful music script away will push more of the background And it would be interesting to look at the relative sales to this. Some metrics improves buying it. And why but let's go back to nineteen sixty s mid sixties. Go back again and but so beatles. Little three abbey road devon on sixth avenue. They were actually recording things together. Then beatles. Thanks david regarding things and these kids sexually. They office had something to say. You know. it's not like this music. I know those a message. There was a reason not long message as well. It was a huge rebellion as we talked about the sexual revolution. It was A break with the. I think in england still that sort of old empire stuffiness the sisters there were still rationing all this thing. And it was sort of now blossoming and it was just an opportunity in paris. They were tearing up the streets. I mean it's not here. Why suppose the equivalent would have been as carl said the war engendered and of music. I think So yeah i think. I think that's really an again. London was the place. Because unlike now where you can create this stuff almost anywhere. You need to have the musicians. The engineers the money studios all of those things were in love so that wasn't too surprising while they will come that i can say from an american perspective. What is the sense that beatles Having nola successful in us Been pink floyd game to get voting for the flesh time they would not really that successful In fact that. I don't know thin for were. I don't know this but you know from a concert perspective. But that's success for dil of the moon and K miles long people started listening to it..

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04:48 min | 3 months ago

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"And it's so cells right and that was probably still. How would you describe outside of moon. Intel's about gilmore orders. Is it a synthesis of their skills and styles or is it a star of something moving one way multiple up this is for me. You know the lodgers and you know most of the work It's all done by gil. And so then again. You know this combination of the euclid music and lyrics dilip the cleared lyrics and make music dillard i- exactly how they did that. It's a huge technical accomplishment nineteen seventy-three there and at that time it was impossible to create something like this And so naro. They all seem to assume this weekend break and anybody else say there's a i. The only album actually want together so well at everything sort of came together congealed and made something happened by the time onto issue. Here this was talking do starting to break applaud fray at the edges. It'd be interesting to know if they had some audio engineer. Who who was able whether they said this is what we want to do. Because they don't have those skills right. That's what it is very sophisticated For the time. Maybe that's just too much technical detail these actually they invented the understand it. Some of the technical stuff or food dropping in and doing stuff for them. It's a hardy. Kino gil if i may ask which is your daughter. Like about maybe gilmore. Why does she like deal. Mark so probably and explain this. I think you know. For the nation meteorologist submit to rough I don't know if it's like to apparently much sophisticated to say you know from from my perspective. I notice about actually I like i like what he's saying. You know but he's express because lilies is actually more important for me than that music so so. I think that's photo the distinction if you look at the david gilmour album eats beautiful music good. Lillies look at walkers thing. It's mostly living shouting at you. Say things that are working good and then some music And so i sort of gathered it with the latter. I ask your question. Gail i mean if that's the case i mean you don't need that useful aspect because so i think responding to something else knew don't you wouldn't be each. You're in the context of a song. Something in free to take into your soul in somehow makes you experienced us word in different way and if it were different uses the same there was not. I think. I think that the use of even subliminally may not be paying attention to it with limited affecting your attention to the muse. And we're very used to give you. That is flu and so if you want to be a sort of a disassociation between david the waters we look at negative fly..

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04:45 min | 3 months ago

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"I think it's philosophy in many ways I think in terms of its way into creation historically as they were quite excited about the amount of walking on the samana walked on the moon and the wasn't dark side of the moon valley. And you get this. Even the title is so beautiful. It's so falcon. But i do think that it does. Touch upon enlarge seems about anxiety human limitations alienate shen so forth. I that's just my untutored point. Just you know. I still get more saying that bbc studios radio six or something like that then. Actually you know when people were walking on the more they were doing live recorded. Line but taking on bbc bbc radio. The millions of people listening to the side of the moon. Builder actually people. Why see this This incredible thing but my album the means to be wish you were here and You know it was created by written by. I think is a lot lot about disip You know they're sort of founder who who became mentally ill and and And by then lest she said story. Because i think that estermann overdose Something and brain was so badly injured. Says it kennedy's failed album so far. The you seduce of listen to so far. Well i i like their side and i thought that this you're here. There is no the the story behind it and so forth. But i think in terms of music. And but you're up poignancy. I think the universe -sulting to an actually it. Wonderful her wedding lanes of meaning to issue here. Human beings are isolated. You don't just happen national element to it very you link i are. They changed like the you know e advice. Oh so what do you have a favorite down. I find it difficult to choose between Wish.

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04:56 min | 3 months ago

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"The band and things seemed out literally taken from there. You know the these floor is says he's at some beautiful music said they did. They did hold said in tremendous respect. I mean china on you crazy diamond. I think is about sit right than he his genius. It seems like he did lose it whether he was actually schizophrenic. A very sad story but these things happen. Yeah i don't know. I mean the only stuff i have such a lot of creative when you're coming and trying things out seldom does it just all up. That's peculiar perhaps interest. You killers. i don't think he studied me. No no. I don't think he finished them. But you this in languages modern languages or something though. He didn't have that kind of background so playing since he is very young and with electric guitars. Lieutenant type sent you know so he was. He was thinking about it. Is it there. Were things Percolating as far disappoint. You know stuck music might be a death. Now you make a statement and that's a very Even like stable s that you know he is so cool out the university a nice steady economics. And i say i can do all this aggressions to make some stuff up. But but i won't find anything and music is the same way you know you go out at tunney. Musee utensil. Making something interesting is substantially lower. Well i agree with that. Gill and i'll tell you what some of the most innovative and experimental musicians were highly educated. Highly trained like leonard. Bernstein debbie thing. I mean they had to know the principles and order to violate them and change them and experiment..

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04:10 min | 3 months ago

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"I think those are probably bundled with us to and again the film last year and marianne bad that they paid the music to that and when i was at college we always used to go to. This strange cinema played all the stuff. And there's nothing like going to some some film everybody's heard about liberty and then this music that united. Just what can you say. It's like Affectation whatever you call it just was instantly cooled regardless of how the music necessarily landed on you. It was just something about it. That was different from everything else was going on and as i say it had this sort of feeling of something that was a little more difficult to access. Not for the ordinary pessimism and that sound. I don't mean that to sound snobbish. Move is or any of those things it just had that feel to it. You know and Although having said all of that it'd be very unusual to go to a club taty and here in that music until pretty much maybe from the heart mother which came first atom heart mother or medal. I forget as a mother maybe monarchy much later so you had mentioned the gates dawn the sort of seekers and something more because Sort of a. It's a movie track. Okay fantastic music. Yeah so. But as i as i was undergraduate and and i would go to friends rooms then often that would be people. I mean that was sort of a sign of coolness. Okay all right. It was that sort of thing Yeah so i think it was They will do to something very different. Felt that the quality youth music. I am not a music. So i can't speak to the complexity of it or the originality other than that. It sounded very different and the lyrics. Were interesting and not the usual thing. i say. The usual sort of thing stones and the beatles plans is the perennial long separation. Journey stuff Yes so can you might get bored with this conversation. So a was seeing them so to speak. I listen so take this shot. The radio without and this is interested in. I don't remember magazine said it was There was a cds. A cook at cd's in india england and there was a clear does cd's and bladed laws Plastic and both were draws and then they played all their overly and then so this is the first step could get. Cd's that you can get one inning being down. Five hundred hundred in in the fussy names the ninety seven. You want You know. I was sitting across the table from vance law though we used to bbc all the time and and this massive thing you know for for indian and bbc coming daters as you know Pity neutral. it's almost like a joyce that he'd get one sitting there listening to these guys You know some sort of music came in between those qualifications and that was my fuss. You know sort of introduction to pink. Floyd and rick had thanked in the test series it really inbetween so inbetween inbetween..

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05:24 min | 3 months ago

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"I guess you'd say. And then i started looking at the lyrics. I mean i listened to the lyrics and looking at them in and seem that more and one thing that i noticed about gilmore. Was it very intense when he plays and very intense. And he's not focused so much outward on the audience. You can tell so to me. That's very much part of you know. He's really creating saudis listening to his own sound technique sense and special timber color. And she's things that i think. Well this is not my area of specialization. Although i to bid on philosophy music and worth And i've listened to a lot of classical guitar to me. He he's just as interesting is the finest in that. Sean real is well. there I think there's something kind of jesse about him to about his music. And that's what one of the things that i noticed and of course. This lyrics are quite universal as we've discussed bit And they speak to. I think i think what they speak to our anxieties to you know and i think that yours something Something compelling about that because it's the lyricist first of all his lyricist or whoever wrote the lyrics i he wrote some and Actually no i think. His wife wrote some of the lyrics roy. Slain runs gift but since nineteen ninety-three so pointy sansom who has a second wife Which is actually a recent inflammation for me I thought david wrote all of hispanics Because forty one wanted to sort of Be anonymous because she didn't want to be seen as lighting thankful lyrics. You know because there were some really good the lakers. Before so support samson Give him a second wife road. Most of the buildings after ninety ninety-three tell me you're very introspective. You know the fact that he talks about alien nation he talks out the human condition of aloneness. And i think that. That's compelling. But what i found interesting was when plays. He's very introspective to. I don't see him he's on showman he doesn't strike me as i am. I am i right. I think that he's he's very focused on his his views. Kiss instrument I'd watch carefully number of the youtube of their concerts. And i found intriguing as activeness especially for these for many of these fans where they do. I mean they do perform. I mean if you compare him. To some like mick jagger any guess or whoever you know maybe eric clapton miss also very good but He seems to be the so so involved in such rapt concentration on the sound that he's aiding and cause and some of it. I think is improvised. This leave when kind distant. So been floyd so. This is why i think ian perspective in the same as started nine sixty live. It's guys sit. It rawdon water this nick mason and Rape right and is is actually went to architecture school. you'd love him and they soest technology like all band. So iain venue frequenting all all those cops instead the london. You know these guys were playing in the sixties and i can't say I'm a huge fan. But say i didn't really in liberal state. I do like eighty of the early stuff that the ban ki. Ay senanayake had an explosive again exposure to piper at the gates of dawn and salsa for the secrets..

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"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"I think a lot of what one-season music from that time reflects the the social changes the really the the revolutions of the sixties and and. I think that's probably why we see such a creative output at that time and interesting and if you look at various other musical like punk rock and things that they've often started started in started. London started in response to social changes. Whether it's political a government with rich people disagreed causing them to channel their energies into a new kind of music. So that that would be my set such as the the end. Wineman lewis right. It's son says but this type of music do emerge. I four and i may be wrong here and i'll be interested in both of you and thoughts but it was very much the time or it was most often play in college and university settings you didn't tend to hear it in clubs quote discotheques and things like that. It was very much the sort of thing where you sit in a room and smoke. And listen to pink. Floyd going out on you adjust wherever and and then i feel pink floyd they became. I think it's really true with dot side of the mood. They sort of broke through. That fairly esoteric would making soundtracks for last year. Marian bad and you know pretty esoteric stuff that your average person the street would know too much about but then they. They managed to break through become really popular with our moon. One could argue. Whether is that really a an impressive piece of work. Relative to the other things such as a medal source of secrets things like that which mock some commercial after that they sink combined. Both somehow but i'm getting ahead of myself So yeah i. I want to ask you so you say you're sort of a recent con would indicate gilmour's guitar so then did you know being a good more side. I listen to him because one of my close friends is huge fan employed. I mean she said they speak to me. But i was listening to them. Esa musician just in terms of pure sound. But and i had i must confess hate us much attention to him although no i never went to their concerts or anything like that but when you look at loo told me if your intense passion for i started listening to him and i found that there was great complexity in his flying and on the king floyd sound..

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"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"ian williams" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Hello my name. Is ian williams and Welcome to this edition of scientific sense today. Our guest is a professor. How google carol is a professor of philosophy at florida. Atlantic university and her interests quite wide help. Primary work on publications on around the areas of aesthetics philosophy of psychiatry and ancient greek philosophy She is currently Just about finishing a book on true glamour. Very interesting topic and it's been really relatively unexplored in philosophy so we're very Happy to have a professor gold Join us today. welcomed county. are you in. i'm well thank you very well especially to be here. Good this Interview discussion is a little different from some of the perhaps most of the historical scientific sense ones in that we're going to be looking today A little more in the art area and One of the areas Or the topics that we thought to discuss is to start with the fundamental issue and ask ourselves the question. Really what is art as Technologies social mores all kinds of things change over the millennia and increasingly by the day So as often discussed as artists also changed so. This is a topic we would like to discuss and in talking with carol prior to This interview She pointed to a. I suppose you'd call it. A seminal paper by a fellow called bento dantonio from harvard that was published in the nineteen sixties in which he attempted to address this question. So without sort of introduction carol. I wonder if you would just sort of like to start a little bit with some sort of context of how people thought about our an an how that sort of changed in your perception. Oh yes very important. Question e. n. and one of the things. That's interesting here is that First of all even though people have been talking about art since plato The concept of art per se is around separate from life is relatively new in terms of if you look at the expense of millennia it it's relatively new and really kind of.

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Jussie Smollett Arrest Stuns MSNBC Into Silence

Todd Schnitt

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Jussie Smollett Arrest Stuns MSNBC Into Silence

"Is the host of MSNBC's prime time lineup have oddly avoided the ongoing scandal staying silent. This says staying stone silent both Wednesday and Thursday nights about a story. That has commanded the attention of the nation all in with Chris Hayes. The Rachel Maddow show. The last word with Lawrence O'Donnell and the eleventh hour with Brian Williams did not utter small. Let's name the last two nights as all of this. New news broke about him him orchestrating elaborate hoax. So by the way, Suma executive producer said that she did watch. Brian Williams is eleventh hour on MSNBC last night. And they did not mention how can you not mention the story. How can how how can can Brian? Ian Williams, and the eleventh hour not have audio excerpts of that presser with the Chicago Commissioner the superintendent rather yesterday. Incredible. So all of those prime time shows now in fairness. Morning. Joe Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski they apparently did cover this quite extensively. And apparently, Reverend Al Sharpton was on the mornings with Joe Scarborough. But for the prime time shows all to ignore this case why because it's inconvenient. Because everyone wanted this to be a hate crime. That was essentially inspired by Trump. Is that why Rachel Maddow, Chris Hayes in Lawrence O'Donnell, and Brian Williams eleventh-hour is that why they ignore this? Because the narrative that they all wanted that President Trump's rhetoric caused these white maga- Harry mega hat wearing maggots to attack. This black gay guy. That's the narrative they want. And when the whole thing is collapsed, and what they don't even talk about

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