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04:44 min | Last month

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"Multi instrumentalist singer, novelist and spoken word artist. My mouth ain't no Bible is the name of that track. From his album route to the harmonium, which features all kinds of unusual instruments, The titular harmonium and Sums, ethers and guitar and, of course, the snare drum sort of driving that entire story. Of, uh, a death and the people left behind my mouth Ain't no Bible by James York Stone. You're listening to new sounds music with spoken word this time around. Let's go back to the album. Chalk Hill Blue by the poet Will Burns and the electronic musician Hannah Peel. This is the album that sort of inspired by the landscape of southern England. And this will change the texture a bit because there are long stretches of instrumental music from Hannah Peel, and will Burns gives his spoken word performance in the middle of the song. Which is called change. Remember? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Mhm. Happened. Coming back and everything. Change. A few feathers on the river path by the cops betrayed the corpse. Nothing more sinister. An unseasonal cold weather, the grits and like Have returned to the river..

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:02 min | Last month

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At his James York Stone, the Scottish folk musician, author and spoken word artist with Guy Fawkes signature. The idea that something can change your whole outlook on life. Something simple or something horrible, like Guy Fawkes being tortured, But in this case, it's It's like more kind of domestic torture, as um, as a neighbor drops by uninvited, unannounced and Pretty much unwanted. And attempts to be neighborly. This is from James York Stones record called the Seller Dyke Recording and Wessling Society, which came out back in 2014 and featured special guest KT Tunstall. Among others. Before that. We heard some music from Hannah Peel and her collaboration with the English poet Will burns and you heard Burns, his voice intoning the poem Spring Dawn on Mad Mile. Their collaborative record is called Chalk Hill Blue, an exploration of the landscape of southern England. We'll hear more from that as we head on through the show, But after a quick break, we'll hear another piece by James York Stone Guy Fawkes signature, despite the mention of torture is actually kind of a wry, witty little song. If it is a song, the one will here in a moment is considerably darker, although again shot through with these streaks of very British humor. So stay with us for that. I'm Jon Schaffer. And you're listening to new sounds. At W. N. Y c. We rely on listeners support. But what exactly does that mean? I'm Nancy Solomon W. N. Y. C is managing editor for New Jersey Because of our listeners support We have journalistic independence. When reporters pitch story ideas to me, I do not think about advertisers, I think about you and covering the important issues that matter. Show your support. Go to W n y c.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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10:14 min | Last month

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh, I came to under the domed roof. The lights was cold and clear and fragmented. There was people moving. I watched them I saw a muscle of school girls performing I saw the ticket woman massaging the small of her back. And the young gent knee is a crease in his work, clothes and a light night his breath on the dirty old truck that is Kate Tempest. And holy elixir from her 2019 album, The book of traps and Lessons. Before that. The work that really kind of splashed her name across the pages of English speaking newspapers and poetry journals and music blogs. Back in 2013 brand New ancients We heard the brand new Ancients intro. Who works there, but separated by six years. Yet they still have a lot of kind of themes in common. This idea of myth making, you know it's tempting to listen to Kate Tempest, so spoken word pieces and think. Well, she's a storyteller. And she is, she tells stories in Novel form and play form and poetry. But the idea of mythmaking and and learning from our past is something that that crops up again and again in her in her work. And on this edition of new sounds, we are listening to some music that is built around the sounds of the spoken word. Tempest herself has referred to Holy elixir is kind of an incantation. So there's there's a certain rhythmic element that's not unrelated to wrap but most of the other pieces that we're hearing Take a more kind of straightforward approach to the delivery of the spoken word and part of the reason for that is, you know the closer you are to regular speech, the easier it is to understand what's being said. I mean, this is pretty clear. You know, There are lots of things that you hear in a song. And you think you know what they're saying? And it turns out that you're totally wrong or you can't make it out at all. Is one of the reasons that if you go to an English language opera, you still really need the subtitles or supertitles to know what's being sung. Whereas if those same things were said you'd have no problem. So let's listen next to the first of the chalk Hill blue excerpts that will be sprinkling through this hour. This is the collaboration between the English poet Will burns and the English electronic composer and musician an appeal. You hear a lot more of Hannah than you do of Will. He just He kind of pops in and out of the texture with his little poems about the landscape of Southern England. Land of Chalk dunes and huge chalk cliffs. So from chalk Hill blue, we'll hear a piece called Spring Dawn on Mad Mile. Then we'll head up north to Scotland and the folk singer James York Stone, who has at various points during his long career, done more world music things and has also done these experimental spoken word pieces. Probably the best known of them is a piece called Guy Fawkes Signature, which is just Weird and dryly Funny. I mean, it's very British. Uh, I like it a lot and listen closely for a bit of singing, And there actually is a chorus to this spoken word piece. Which occurs several times and you'll hear KT Tunstall providing a son accompaniment to James York Stones spoken chorus. First. Here's music from Han Appeal with words by Will burns from the Chalk Hill Blue album. Mhm. Spring dawn on mad Mile. There is no weather yet to define the day in those terms, no brightness. Structural shadow has revealed the line or flesh of anything. Would the river Guesthouse you could be dreaming of the curtain and the breeze across your back of the outdoors. The heat or the bird song that appears to be everywhere. Reports upon a sense of the unfamiliar that this hour alone is burdened with this spreads like leakage that becomes a drone. The fall. Oh, Mm. Oh, Mm. Make that your friend from next door was round again, telling me he knew what we've been through as his house was too small, and he's going to have to move his son that had his struggles with the piano. And for weeks had gotten by with no sleep. The dog saw tooth that kept them full awake, lost and scurrying with worry. Think. So maybe we could bond a drink. Oh, this helpless I At least I could plan their wedding for free as a favor. Now we are the best of friends and I tried to tell them of the last wedding, a plate being suggested that just straight and drunks or something. Nearby Irish bar hated to me. He didn't say. But I've been out all week. We just keep different hours. Think of guy fought signature before And after told you One of the world he'd been through to change his home demeanor. Maybe I should buy myself a Japanese fighting dog to ease my dealings with the world can waive it every day passes by tip my hat and twinkle my eye. I can fold my arms and smile like the next man I can listen in and understand, Okay. Sure, can You find from next door came around again. You bought some good coffee and cheese that was just destined for the bin. Even the cap didn't touch it just turned on its nose and fled. To the safety of your side of almost invited him in, he said. He had a book to show me some autobiography of a silver screened.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By James York Stone and the second hand orchestra, the full album with wide Wide river comes out on January 22nd. And finally, John People may know Icelandic composer Olafur Arnold's because of his movie soundtrack to the British TV series Broadchurch. Does that sound continue and his new album? The actual instrumentation. Does you know the lyrical piano the lush strings, But the album's called some kind of peace, so it has a very different mood. It's not nearly as dark as his film work. Arles, as he does on almost all of his records gives us this beautiful neo classical music, but he he usually throws in atleast one atmospheric, experimental pop song with a guest singer. And on this album, there were two of them. This one is called the bottom line, and it features thie Korean German singer named Joseph. That is Iceland's Ola for Arnold's and his song. The Bottom line from his new album called Some Kind of Peace. John Shaffer is the host of W and my sees new sounds, You can see his full round up of the weekend music at new sounds dot Support.

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"james york" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"That I have, but I want you to let me know what you learn today. And I don't know who's is going to yeah, I've got a lot of Halloween who just joined a cult. Oh, Florida breaking up. You're breaking up. Yeah, hold on a minute. We've got a some little bit of money fixing here cuz we got James. James I don't know what that was, but We heard a lot of background noise. So there was some audio coming through of course, but we heard a lot of people talking and laughing and I can see some odd, but I don't know what that is. I guess we're going to be playing. It's just like twister. We're we're going to be like a plane twister. Okay, so he's doing sign language for his folks. I don't know what he's I'm really bad at this. Okay. I mean unless we're getting naked. I don't know how to play. You know, so if they're if they're doing something in the background and they want to play, you know, we all have to start like losing clothes and stuff like that. Oh, oh we got a child over here. How you doing, buddy? Yeah, you are six happy birthday. Hi. I think that's what he's saying. It's happy birthday. I you know, this is is a lot of fun James but you know, I'm having a lot of problems with this. But hello, how are you all doing? Hi. Hello? Hello. Hello? Hello. Say hi. Rick. Number two number two. That's awesome. Wait a minute. Is there a number three? Is that number three? Hey, Darren, says don't wake the baby. Darren says don't wake him making the baby. Yeah, don't like the baby. He goes. Oh cool. All right. So James York on your audio. I don't know what's wrong with your audio. But you work on that try and get that up and going and Rick Craven you our brother. I'm sorry kept interrupting there, but I know you did a lot of homework on this and and I really want to hear what you learned Halloween in the Paranormal tell me well. Did you know that it originated in Ireland Ireland. I did a Halloween Halloween itself originated in Ireland off of course leader and kind of It kind of got to me because I thought that it originated in the UK and Europe up around through their world English castles were in the vampires and you know, all them very little things but no it actually it originated in Ireland and that the that they would wear costumes toward off the ghosts right thing off. And so I mean that got me yeah because see what they would do is they'd were these costumes in order to confuse a spirit so they wouldn't follow them home. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, and from there as far it coming across the ocean and everything. I mean, it just has become a phenomenon of just total it's a multimillion-dollar culture right now is what they're saying that the people that celebrate Halloween you have millions of dollars being spent on this off now is basically a holiday. Yeah, and it's a very productive holiday as far as learning a lot of income for a lot of businesses. There's places that off all they do is open just for Halloween and that's where they make their money for the year. Oh, yeah, every Casino around here has a night just for Halloween and there are costume parties there. Are you sure you don't have to dress up if you just want to come and join the party, but I mean, they throw open the doors and I've been to a few of those costume parties and even dressed up wage for and people spending three for $500 for one night at this part in at least they you know, the bigger casinos around here and Naple or in the money. Absolutely, and it does it really brings in a lot of money for the year James. We got you on your phone. Let's see if we got somebody down here. I am. Can you guys hear me half way now? Yep. I got them a break in here me. I don't know. So regular urine that glitch I would be I'll be in a rested and how long I mean what do you do? How did it how did affect you as a kid? What? Yeah, we just lost Rick wage college and I thought it was my phone. Maybe well, I thought we know I thought we had his internet fixed. We'd been talking about it all week in he ended up getting in getting a new Wi-Fi box off and that seemed to have corrected the problem, but he just kind of fell back into it again. Yes, so I just got this little camera man. It's a nice little camera. The video quality is pretty good. But it's just this Mike issue. I'm not sure I need I need to do a drug test and figure out this thing and do some configuration on it. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, that's all it is. But yeah, so we're we're talking about Halloween in the Paranormal James. So, what I'm going to do right now is I'm going to read to you a little bit about what I found out on Halloween in the Paranormal. Now cool the connection between Halloween and the Paranormal when most of us think of Halloween, we think of slutty costumes and pumpkins, right? I like slow streams. That's my favorite. I wear those every day though. I try, you know, haha. Just kidding. Well half of it aside from costumes pumpkins and candy there is a connection between the spirit world that occurs around Halloween and the whole month of October. Once October hits it ends up being non-stop memes and articles about Halloween and how we can't wait to dress up and be ridiculous. I don't know about ridiculous. See I like to I like to dress up. I like to you know, I like to dress scary. Yeah. Well according to some there is more Halloween which often includes a close connection to the spirit world for most of us who are involved or interested in the Paranormal. We look at Halloween as the time that we can focus more on the other side and the connection with the dead some may say connection is the strongest during this month because so many of us are focused more on communicating with the dead more so than any other time. The Surge is the surgeon interest is what is said to spike the activity with.

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"james york" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

Paranormal Analytical

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical

"But I want you to let me know what you learn today. And I don't know who's is going to yeah, I've got a lot of Halloween who just joined a cult. Oh, Florida breaking up. You're breaking up. Yeah, hold on a minute. We've got a some a little bit of money fixing here cuz we got James. James I don't know what that was, but We heard a lot of background noise. So there was some audio coming through of course, but we heard a lot of people talking and laughing and I can see some odd, but I don't know what that is. I guess we're going to be playing. It's just like twister. We're we're going to be like a plane twister. Okay, so he's doing sign language for his folks. I don't know what he's I'm really bad at this. Okay. I mean unless we're getting naked. I don't know how to play. You know, so if they're if they're doing something in the background and they want to play, you know, we all have to start like losing clothes and stuff like that. Oh, oh we got a child over here. How you doing, buddy? Yeah, you are six happy birthday. Hi. I think that's what he's saying. It's happy birthday. I you know, this this is this is a lot of fun James but you know, I'm having a lot of problems with this. But hello, how are you all doing? Hi. Hello? Hello. Hello? Hello. Say hi. Rick. Number two number two. That's awesome. Wait a minute. Is there a number three? Is that number three? Hey, Darren, says don't wake the baby. Darren says don't wake him making the baby. Yeah, don't like the baby. He goes. Oh cool. All right. So James York on your audio. I don't know what's wrong with your audio. But you work on that try and get that up and going and Rick Craven you our brother. I'm sorry kept interrupting there, but I know you did a lot of homework on this and and I really want to hear what you learned Halloween in the Paranormal tell me well. Did you know that it originated in Ireland Ireland. I did a Halloween Halloween itself originated in Ireland off of course leader and kind of It kind of got to me because I thought that it originated in the UK and Europe up around through their world English castles were in the vampires and you know, all them very little things but no it actually it originated in Ireland and that the that they would wear costumes toward off the ghosts right thing off. And so I mean that that got me yeah because see what they would do is they'd were these costumes in order to confuse a spirit so they wouldn't follow them home. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, and from there as far as it coming across the ocean and everything. I mean, it just has become a phenomenon of just total it's a multimillion-dollar culture right now is what they're saying that the people that that celebrate Halloween you have millions of dollars being spent on this off now is basically a holiday. Yeah, and and it's a very productive holiday as far as learning a lot of income for a lot of businesses. There's places that off all they do is open just for Halloween and that's where they make their money for the year. Oh, yeah, every Casino around here has a night just for Halloween and there are costume parties there. Are you sure you don't have to dress up if you just want to come and join the party, but I mean, they they throw open the doors and I've been to a few of those costume parties and even dressed up wage for and people spending three for $500 for one night at this part in at least they you know, the bigger casinos around here and Naple or in the money. Absolutely, and and and it does it really brings in a lot of money for the year James. We got you on your phone. Let's see if we got somebody down here. I am. Can you guys hear me half way now? Yep. I got them a break in here me. I don't know. So regular urine that glitch I would be I'll be in a rested and how long I mean what do you do? How did it how did it affect you as a kid? What? Yeah, we just lost Rick wage college and I thought it was my phone. Maybe well, I thought we know I thought we had his internet fixed. We'd been talking about it all week in he ended up getting in getting a new Wi-Fi box off and that seemed to have corrected the problem, but he just kind of fell back into it again. Yes, so I just got this little camera man. It's a nice little camera. The video quality is pretty good. But it's just this Mike issue. I'm not sure I need I need to do a drug test and figure out this thing and do some configuration on it. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, that's all it is. But yeah, so we're we're talking about Halloween in the Paranormal James. So, what I'm going to do right now is I'm going to read to you a little bit about what I found out on Halloween in the Paranormal. Now cool the connection between Halloween and the Paranormal when most of us think of Halloween, we think of slutty costumes and pumpkins, right? I like slow streams. That's my favorite. I wear those every day though. I try, you know, haha. Just kidding. Well half of it aside from costumes pumpkins and candy there is a connection between the spirit world that occurs around Halloween and the whole month of October. Once October hits it ends up being non-stop memes and articles about Halloween and how we can't wait to dress up and be ridiculous. I don't know about ridiculous. See I like to I like to dress up. I like to you know, I like to dress scary. Yeah. Well according to some there is more Halloween which often includes a close connection to the spirit world for most of us who are involved or interested in the Paranormal. We look at Halloween as the time that we can focus more on the other side and the connection with the dead some may say connection is the strongest during this month because so many of us are focused more on communicating with the dead more so than any other time. The Surge is the surgeon interest is what is said to spike the activity with.

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"james york" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on Pantheon

"From Abergavenny food capital of. The, Western world. Compete for Wales. We'll be talking to you about Prince's sign of the times and also about the week's new William Interview with Sonic use. But right now, we want to hear about your stellar careers running to cheat whereas it will begin seeing what was your way into magic my way into music arms into music always from a very traditional. Welsh family. So the music was more chuckle. Pub. was little I was just obsessed and my dad is a big music fan. Didymus quite little that I can best with his tapes and. Mike created music journalist. Began as a local paper in. Which I can say many people called. You want to a trump. Fit All over this? Especially these days. Come behind to tape the tips. To My job I did work sprains. My job was to crack the charts woolworth's on a Saturday morning type it up. Oh. That's until it's. Very Mundane but got exciting Bogging bannon spend money on. All sorts of Things are started off in wolves, central it. My love of Synth Paul by eighties in compilation is where I head. Jump. Explodes. Who would strictly book? It's crap like that kind stuff. Yes. Yes. Exactly. So while I'm when t university slipped off it for a while because. Quite fancy university went to Oxford and everybody was much better than me and I run away from journalism scared and president of the Union won't. I was president of the team salion of my college, which is not the same as been the oxygen I hate away from the. Yeah I was scared helps was here but after succession, really terrible jobs act university assaulted a financing with Matt's Haines who was one of the Co founders of Sarah Records who I just knew from gigs India's one indie pop was one of the things I like I like the staff. And we just stuck in this idea of funding about London and I sent a copying in early two thousand and three to this running and stable magazine called. On they featured it on mets in the Angel Pub near the story Ah, got all these names from the past in central London in. May or June two, thousand, three Mark Allen and David Helpless. Interviewed me first thing we had about my fans. Are. We just hit it off and they said, we want the mole nature try something for. Pulled annoy the reviews. Extra was the guy who basically was instrumental in bringing me. He could have gave me reviews and. About three or four months later after begging them to. Save me from a terrible job I was in the time they took me on his own. basely. Jiffy bag on canal to unite. was just really keen to write and suddenly you know I was in his office with mock Allen told Hackworth. Over or once off mark is just amazing marcus just. He was entertaining. But excitingly for me, Malkin Day was slightly above my generation. Andrew Harrison was the features I'd say who destitute, select, the nine which my Bible was so exciting. And yet pulled annoying who is one of the greatest writers? Yes. In the room with all these people wanting education. There's a small room wasn't I mean. I've seen pictures of the would remain fairly smooth. Larger. than the pages cupboard. Still slow you wouldn't be able to work in that right now but you know but clearly, it wasn't a however creativity. tastic. I was next to the movies cabinet, which is constantly toppling full of CD's DVD's promotional things. James. York's insider James Hilton side one point. CLO- Melendez but yet like it was small teams wallet. Law. Production. For while I had to lend quickly. I would. Photo research are member finds the Daily Mirror Folks Law privacy finding an amazing stuff. We could get quite cheaply. Remains a gold forgotten pictures of the sex pistols and stuff like that. 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And OPS? Yes. This is the next day and you know that going Notre Dame. I go I was in my mum we went to all goes to look at dictaphone remember I was so completely clueless. Uncle lived during elastic. So ends up going to less than my uncle dropping off the travelers he was in the travelers because he was between writing and leads Billy Bragg, that's why he'd stopped in between the legs. He was such a joy though a lucky personnel professed to remember him giving me career advice. You saying, you know don't give job, keep trying build a freelance Korean keypads but I loved the interview I think that was the thing that got me ready. Kelly Johnston stereophonic after that. Let him go as well. Too many as in the patron and I'm sure it's very nice but it wasn't particularly great. So the trump origin less. Sunset Marquis in West. But I imagine you have interviewed many. Women Arrese in sought prestigious I don't. Know. 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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The record number of emergency room visits with more than eighteen new cases and twenty deaths being reported there today the increase in crime virus cases is putting pressure on the state's governor mixed day on Wall Street NPR's Scott Horsley reports the growing number of coronavirus cases in half a dozen states worries some investors snapping a three day winning streak for both the Dow and the S. and P. five hundred index the Dow fell two thirds of a percent the S. and P. was down about one third of a percent in contrast the tech heavy nasdaq stock index ended the day slightly higher shares in Norwegian cruise line's tumbled more than eight percent after the company said it would push back a resumption of operations until October at the earliest federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell testifies before house committee he warned lawmakers not to withdraw the federal government's emergency support for the economy too quickly Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the nasdaq was up fourteen points today you're listening to NPR and this is it W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd in hours of anguished testimony today before the state Attorney General Letitia James York city residents described in detail how they'd been injured by police during recent protests in one incident captured in a viral video do not they are it was shown to the ground by an officer smashing her head on the concrete she suffered a seizure and a concussion they are says she is often noxious and now has back pain I don't want to hear that there are good cops when not a single good cop help me and I'm afraid to even leave my house now because I feel like I'm going to be pulled over and that they're gonna they're gonna do something I'm afraid to protest because I feel like they're going to sing at a protest these are my rights that are being stripped away by the cops are supposed to uphold the law and protect the people the officer who pushes A. R. is suspended without pay and facing criminal charges NYPD has yet to return a request for comment meanwhile mayor de Blasio says the city will soon make a police disciplinary records available to the public through an online database WNYC's Yasmin Khan reports police officials say work has already begun to build the database next month they'll begin posting records for officers currently facing misconduct charges from the NYPD people will be able to see what the charges are when the administrative trial for that officer will be and eventually the trial's outcome just weeks ago this sounded impossible until the state repealed a lot they kept police disciplinary records confidential the mayor also says he wants to speed up the notoriously slow process by setting new timelines for misconduct cases the union representing police officers says the mayor.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"James York Stan Scottish folk musician multi instrumentalist singer novelist and spoken word artist my math ain't no Bible is the name of that track from his album route to the harmonium which features all kinds of unusual instruments the titular harmonium and some scissors and guitar and of course the snare drum sort of driving that entire story of a death than the people left behind my mail think no Bible by James York stem you're listening to new sounds of music with spoken word this time around let's go back to the album chalk hill blue by the poet will burns and the electronic musician Hannah peel this is the album that sort of inspired by the landscape of southern England and this will change the texture of it because there are long stretches of instrumental music from Hannah peel and will burns gives his spoken word performance in the middle of the song which is called change.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is James your custom the Scottish folk musician author and spoken word artist with guy Fawkes signature the idea that something can change your whole outlook on life something simple or something horrible like guy Fawkes being tortured but in this case it's it's more kind of domestic torture as as a neighbor drops by uninvited unannounced and pretty much on wanted and attempts to be neighborly this is from James York spins record called the seller **** recording and waffling society which came out back in twenty fourteen and featured special guest KT Tunstall among others before that we heard some music from had appealed and her collaboration with the English poet will burns and you heard burns his voice intoning the the poem spring dawn on mad mile their collaborative record is called chalk hill blew an exploration of the landscape of southern England we'll hear more from that as we head on through the show but after a quick break we'll hear another piece by James York Stan guy Fawkes signature despite mention of torture is actually kind of a wry witty little song if it is a song the one we'll hear in a moment is considerably darker although again shot through with these streaks of very British humor so stay with us for that I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new sounds a lot has changed in the city one thing.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is Kate Tempest and holy elects her from her twenty nineteen album the book of traps and lessons before that the work that really kind of splashed her name across the pages of English speaking newspapers and poetry journals and music blogs back in twenty thirteen brand new ancients we heard the brand new ancients intro to works there but separated by six years yet they still have a lot of kind of themes in common this idea of myth making you know it's tempting to listen to Kate tempests spoken word pieces and think well she's a storyteller and she is she tells stories in in novel form in play form in poetry but it the idea of myth making them and learning from our past is something that that crops up again and again in her in her work and on this edition of new sounds we are listening to some music that is built around the sounds of the spoken word Tempest yourself as referred to holy elixir is kind of an incantation so there's there's a certain rhythmic element that's not unrelated to wrap but most of the other pieces that we're hearing take a more kind of straight forward approach to the delivery of spoken word and part of the reason for that is you know the closer you are to regular speech the easier it is to understand what's being said I mean this is pretty clear you know there are lots of things that you hear in a song and you think you know what they're saying in the turns out that you're totally wrong or you can't make it out at all is one of the reasons that if you go to an English language operate yet you still really need the subtitles or supertitles to know what's being sung whereas if those same things were said you have no problem so let's listen next to the first of the chalk hill blue acts are that will be sprinkling through this hour this is the collaboration between the English poet will burns and English electronic composer and musician Hannah peel you hear a lot more of Hannah than you do of will he just he kind of pops in and out of the texture with his little poems about the landscape of southern England a land of chalk dunes and huge chalk cliffs so from chalk hill blue will hear a piece called spring dawn on mad mile then will head up north to Scotland and the folk singer James York Stan who has at various points during his long career done more world music things and has also done these experimental spoken word pieces probably the best known of them is piece called guy Fawkes signature which is just weird and dryly funny I mean it's very British I like it a lot and listen closely for a bit of singing in there actually is a chorus to the spoken word piece which occurs several times and you'll hear KT Tunstall providing a son accompaniment to James York spins spoken chorus first here's music from Hannah peel with words by will burns from the chalk hill blue album spring to the reason I whether you to define the day in those times the brightness of structural shattered field the line of flesh for anything the wood the guest house you could be dreaming of the curtain in the breeze across your back with the outdoors he the birds some is to be everywhere in a sense the unfamiliar this the loan is burdened with this spritz lightly the becomes a drone the your friends from next door was on tell you what would be as has two small letters going to have to move Simon had his struggles with the piano and four weeks have gone by mostly I don't want to see the full weight Boston gardening with water so maybe we could during this is that the plan the wedding for free as a favor now is the best I tried to tell them of the last one suggested that just very drunk some some bye bye but I've been out all week we just keep an eye on this.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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10:33 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spoken word artist James York's done but to begin we'll hear from perhaps the most celebrated spoken word artist working today and that is yet another bridge Kate Tempest who is a an award winning poet and award winning novelist she said had several plays produced but she is also a mercury prize nominee as a musician and as a live performer a real force of nature her music done in collaboration with Dan Carey draws on electronic music chamber music and hip hop and her delivery of of her poems can at times veer close to hip hop or it can as well here auch something more like ancient chant or incantation and that blurring of of ancient and modernism thing that that occurs in a lot of Kate Tempest work beginning back in twenty thirteen with the the piece that kind of made her reputation called brand new ancients so we'll start this edition of new sounds with the intro to brand new ancients by Kate Tempest and then we'll skip ahead six years for her twenty nineteen album called the book of traps and lessons in six years on in the track called holy elixir you'll hear her still exploring some of those themes you know the idea that what we did as a species as a as humans thousands of years ago we're still doing that when the idea that myth making is important even if it's a kind of twisted and slightly deformed kind of myth making in the digital age so here are two pieces by this remarkable British artist Kate Tempest to get us started C. all that we have here is that we've always had we have jealousy tenderness curses and give but the plight of the people who have gotten them men unimagined somehow now is is a sorry the nation the line veins it is you right now she can believe that you can't wait you can take it off the it is always been here and there's always been and yes the stakes may have changed but really there's no difference there's always been hot and bring this I'm sure and we all the same beings that again still living in I feel well these all every day we have three this is news stories is you know the language he calls the the thank I touch the beginning animating animals entry guards sweating out legends in cable days poured down into nights as we watched we matched also peaks before beasts we call food for the feast of maple two abreast to receive the balance we crawfish black and strange as we race thanks to Ashley late trains exchanged grains and made we clashed restraint the rains lashed the young mates will brave but they will make to lay flat the old ways what to bring grain to make the reins snap we laid traps we gave our names back to the states we sang out faxing complaints we burn fat arranged bones in the flames each bird great catch also most spells and all spells but plain facts she laid down in the world but the people go by and declared herself willing to try I lay down beside all I could she what the fate as they walked over me that's when she told me I was wholly Alexa she said I thought I knew the world but it was only a picture just so well written in the holy scriptures because just when you think in this time that says no inhibitions get yours keep going the distance no limits and don't quote the protesting because nobody listens besides all you'll solutions to sold under scrutiny and Constantinople the region instead seek approval to justify your existence have opinions have been oversold full conviction just keep your head down read the fusing and told you over the picture routine is healthy Nordea friction the cost to the soul and the constant constriction don't consider to closely have no intermission keep throwing your fists install repetition most of us manage what makes you so different now you seem a bright spot go ahead take the road with the pilgrims had for the temples of democracy freedom gross reason yet but she hopes but don't pay attention to what's hanging from the road she said decoded language unfold the symbol I'm told disciples got lost in a hillside following intellect they let go of wisdom and now they'll tell you the souls of closed system they sacrificed instincts to phone the ambition and now what they hold in that fish does become older there is total existence needs meaning admits many miss judged the way lost in the mist your loneliness is the symptom six the moment her lips said peace my piece melted I became a memory I felt myself I was active magnesium calcium I was really she said we are born of collision we all divisions of a bigger vision I need we run around that counts spinning the wheel spinning seven I was on my knees then taking football to I was told to disclosed in white's comments kind of lost red desert with the rocks with dog flu unvarnished and avoid should this is difficult to now you're best off so we well there won't be a home office I came to under the tongue to the roof delights was cold in Clinton's fragmented those people I watched sore muscle of school girls performing so the ticket woman massaging the small of the back and the young gent NY is increasing his workout clothes the lights dot is back from the dead you.

James York
"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:46 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"West Linn wins a song from the trio of York's didn't thorn con from their album Nava rasa nine emotions say collaboration between James York spin the Scottish singer and guitarist John thorn the English bassist and sue Heil Yusef Khan the Indian so rugby player who also is a singer again the surround use the bowed string instrument you heard a kind of a box shaped cello from from India and an instrument that is really well suited to this kind of high breed Indian British folk music that we've just heard and on this hour of new sounds we are listening to various contemporary some some newer approaches to what is now a pretty well worn musical path of combining the sounds of Indian music with those of the west having heard a trio with musicians from Scotland England and India will now hear a do with musicians from Wales and India this is the group I mentioned at the very beginning of the show they're called gods allow which includes in its name the word gazal which is a type of poetry and light classical music in the Indian subcontinent and so it's a G. H. A. C. A. L. A. W. gazal out the song will here is an arrangement of the Welsh tune hand for Japan but arrangement doesn't really do justice to what you're about to hear because this is a real mashup where autopsied Akhtar sings in Punjabi a traditional bit of poetry from that part of the world and then Gwyneth Glyn sings in Welsh some of the verses of the original Welsh tune in the to kind of pass the music back and forth to each other while the band propels the whole thing with again the combination of western instruments like harp and guitar very commonly her and Welch music and Indian instruments like the tabla and harmonium and strangely you put Welsh and Indian instruments together you get something that at times to me at least almost as like Cajun music see what you think here's here's this hand virtual town from the group called Gus allow he the the move C. well Wales meets India and the band called ga Salah from an album of the same name because a lot of consists of Tulsi Akhtar singing in.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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11:38 min | 1 year ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of these different things and so we'll hear from the Baltimore based sitarist and electronic musician army down we'll hear some music from guy buttery our south African guitarist friend and a collaboration with the sitar player Canada Narahari and begin back in the British Isles we'll hear the York Stan thorn con trio so that'll get us started I'm John Schaefer glad you're with us for this new sounds program last night of our winter pledge drives so I hope you'll at some point in the hour go to our website new sounds dot org and join us as a member of W. NYC let's start with this piece called west Linn wins which is a title straight out of British folk music but you will soon notice that it's not being sung in English and it doesn't really sound like a British folk song this is a re imagining of the tune by James your extend the Scottish singer guitarist and songwriter John thorn the English bass player and sue Heil Yusef Khan the Indian singer and so Ranji player this around he is a kind of a box shaped cello from the subcontinent and it's sue Heil Yusuf Khan who's pretty much front and center for the first two thirds of the peace and it is until you get to the last couple of minutes that James York stone chimes in with the English lyrics to the song it's west Linn wins as you've probably never heard it before from this your extend thorn con trio from an album called nother Russia nine emotions the all good the the the he some west it's the way send you a west Linn wins a song from the trio of York's didn't thorn con from their album Nava rasa nine emotions say collaboration between James York.

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"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:43 min | 2 years ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Folk musician multi instrumentalist singer novelist and spoken word artist my mouth ain't no bible is name that track from his album, route to the harmonium, which features all kinds of unusual instruments, the titular, armonia, m- and some zippers guitar. And of course, the snare drum sort of driving that entire story of death and the people left behind my mouth ain't no bible by James York's ten. You're listening to new sounds music with spoken word this time around. Let's go back to the album, chalk hill blue by the poet will burns and the electrons musician had appeal. This is the album that inspired by the landscape of southern England and this will change the texture of it because. Because there are long stretches of instrumental music from Hannah peel and will burn gives his spoken word performance in the middle of the song, which is called change. Cain. A few feathers on the river power by the cups. Betray the coops. Nothing finish the unseasonal cold with. The grits. Unlike.

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Many. Mike. Style. Compute these fellows, that I hate. Have taken the could have should stay. If I could have gone through. Missile. Two. Funding. My just let me just. Lift them to. Bless my soul. Stickle my coffee. Foley, believed us terrified of the show. Bushel. For this. Classic. With crow flies. Pretty. Mike. You'll be fine. James York stem. Scottish.

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"james york" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC supporters include a Brahma, Rama presenting ghost fleet a documentary about a group of tie activists risking their lives to find Justice and freedom for the enslaved fishermen, who feed the world's insatiable appetite for seafood. In theaters Friday, ghost fleet dot com. If you believe democracy requires a free press, your station is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM, eight twenty NPR news and the New York. Tomorrow night on new sounds. We'll be listening well to a little more electrons music. But that's actually not what we'll be focusing on this music by Hannah peel. British electronic artist is part of a collaboration with the spoken word artist named will burns and they have a collaborative record called chalk hill blue, which is all about the countryside of southern England. We'll get a chance to hear this music from hand appeal and text by wilburns. We'll also get to hear a number of other examples of this combination of spoken word and music from people like James York, stem, and the remarkable, Kate tempest and in a liberal tale from the Irish singer and songwriter. Adrian Croly in spoken word vein. So all of that coming up. Tomorrow night at eleven. This addition of new sounds.

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