17 Burst results for "Jenny Lewis"

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

"A second album. Chicago based rapper David Cone, who goes by the name Sarah in Getty and L. A based singer and songwriter Jenny Lewis wound up collaborating for the first time at a music festival A few years ago, Cone reached out to Louis for some music. He could wrap over before the pandemic hit, but she didn't get back to him until she had some time on her hands. Months later in my text, one of these am are fuzzy text. I get the song Dave and I have different kinds of phones. I'm on an iPhone and so sending Dave a file is challenging. Cone has an android so yet, like goes through the filter, and then by the time it gets to him, it's even like lower fi. Then when I sent it from my phone, which I made all of the music on my iPhone. Never once did I work on a computer. They did all of their collaboration on cell phones. Hello. I'll wait for you. Become e would write the hook and create the track and then he would send within 24 hours. Just so much poetry. Barefoot in quietly brushed their teeth and open girl simply put on impossible dreams. You talk to me, but you think it's scarlet. They send the tracks to a friend in Minneapolis to mix them down and have finished seven songs. So far, Lewis says. This year has been the biggest break from the road she has had since she was a kid and says it really allowed her to work on something she might not have done otherwise, and because of the circumstances and because I connected so deeply with it. It was all I cared about, and.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Already working on a second album. Chicago based rapper David Cone, who goes by the name Sarah Ann Getty, and L. A based singer and songwriter Jenny Lewis wound up collaborating for the first time at a music festival A few years ago, Cone reached out to Louis for some music. He could wrap over before the pandemic hit, but she didn't get back to him until she had some time on her hands. Months later in my text, one of these am are fuzzy text. I get the song Dave and I have different kinds of phones. I'm on an iPhone and so sending Dave of file is challenging. Cone has an android. So yeah, like goes through the filter, and then by the time it gets to him, it's even like lower fi. Then when I sent it from my phone, which I made all of the music on my iPhone. Never once did I work on a computer. They did all of their collaboration on cell phones. Way full here, become e would write the hook and create the track And then he would send within 24 hours and just so much poetry. Barefoot in quietly brushed their teeth and I'm open gown simply put on impossible dreams. You talk to me, but you think it's scarlet. They send the tracks to a friend in Minneapolis to mix them down and have finished seven songs. So far, Lewis says. This year has been the biggest break from the road she has had since she was a kid and says it really allowed her to work on something she might not have done otherwise, and because of the circumstances and because I connected so deeply with it. It was all I cared.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

Bixby Developers Chat

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on Bixby Developers Chat

"About the technology when a pivot a little bit in the voice industry in general yup bixby podcasts. Someone ask you a question so the big marketplace it's available for phones that their helpers can build a well we call capsules phones and you can differ watches as well and you can build for. Tv's and smart speakers right now but there's not a marketplace yet so these coming to lot of new devices. i'm curious. What device are you most excited about the big cities coming to that voices coming to in general. That will unleash something new yet. So i i think that ties into sort of the voices. My os thing. Where it's such a natural way to interact. I think of devices that have really horrible user interface and how voice can make a difference on that and samsung being the the manufacture of so many different appliances. I think there's a real opportunity for bixby. There you think about the the appliances around my home have terrible user interfaces. It's things like the washing machine. Which has like our many settings or the dishwasher with my dishwasher has ten different buttons. And all you ever do is push clean. And why can't i talk to that or talk to my washing machine. And say here's a white load or this is made out of this or whatever like just take it from me and don't make me study the manual to figure out what setting it should be on so i'm not shrinking my clothes or that sort of stuff. I think that's where samsung could potentially make a big difference because you've got all these all these appliances built in the thing that i'm really interested in and editor if you jenny lewis roger. That's a question that i haven't i sort of blew this earlier but as a content creator like i'm always interested in how these voice technologies are going to evolve to become to communication And so. I haven't really seen anything yet that i would That allows me to interact with somebody. Seamlessly frustrating comes to mind on talking to 'em giving message whenever that is whatever the content is and i want to ask a question. And i want real time feedback right there or captures that that would be pretty cool and so i'm still looking for whoever can do that. Because that would be exciting to me. I so agree with you when certain mashing buttons. That's human to go. You gotta put you think money buttons. You've got to get something done. And you're like i just it's so simple. I could describe it once. I got a mass opportunity there so absolutely wherever really gets that right is going to do..

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I still can't get over like I keep thinking whenever I think anthrax I think of the fact that Scott Ian was a talking head on VH one for like all yeah fifteen you know yeah he and his beard yeah all right so Jenny Lewis and the Watson twins featuring M. ward Conor Oberst and Ben Gilbert covered handle with care by the traveling Wilburys never heard this before Jenny Lewis I got the right friends to cover the traveling Wilburys song this was Rick released the cover version of handle with care was released in two thousand six yeah handle with care I mean that's an amazing amazing song yeah well I mean you got you got guys you know is George Harrison Roy Orbison Tom Petty Bob Dylan Jeff Lynne for god's sake I mean I've got a little bit the Jenny Lewis very all right take a listen that's really good very nice yeah when I saw yellow.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:42 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With jenny lewis welcome hello i'm not sure i can count four or five gosh i'm not i'm more of a words guy all right numbers gal i kinda girl on your liner notes it says about the song on the line this is an important song for me how so well it set the tone for the record and finding an album for me it begins with songs and i don't often know what the theme is until i get to the end so this was one of the later tracks that i wrote and it's sort of encapsulated the vibe so where and when did you write this record over what period of time i wrote it over three or four year period i had just gotten out of a twelve year relationship living in los angeles and i left for new york and stated a friend's apartment in the east village like a five floor walk up and just kind of began the process walking up and down the stairs we know that you've got a lot of thoughts walking up and down stairs yeah no i'm serious like the idea of going from the street to where you're gonna spend the rest of your time you can have sort of when you process stuff in the movement is conducive to like you know dislodging the ideas and there's so much input in new york i would just put on my headphones and just crews are you someone who keeps a notepad and then scribbles down things that come to you or do you need to just sit and really sort of focus on something like this is my working time i am a voice notes addict and i have i have thousands of little fragments of ideas and then i'll find a little strip of paper i've been i've been known as the the barf bag poet because on the airplane that's what for some reason i always get ideas and i just i'm like where's the closest piece of paper that i can scribble something down on that it's it's everybody knows exactly what you mean what you said that the var fag poet you gotta write note you gotta get when you're in the moment or else it can just fly can float away from you but sometimes if it's good enough then you remember it if you don't get it down and i'm always kind of carving words in my mind you know kind of working on the story and editing and forever revising does album does track order make a difference to you as you're putting together oh yeah oh absolutely it's so important in well i really care about the album form the l._p. is important to me and right now and maybe in the future you know put out a bunch of singles which is also exciting not having to link things together but in this form the order is something that i i mean it drives me crazy i i actually sent this record when it was done to my friend and gabbard lou i play in the postal service with i sent him all of my soul solo albums and i have him put it in an order for me oh why is he a curator he's just good at everything and we've been friends for twenty years and he he can be there's an object tippety there Can be objective, but he knows you well, but he knows me well, and I don't always follow it, but it helps me kind of come to. my guess is jenny lewis we're talking about her process and her new album on the line this lot of the reviews to this is a different sound few a different kind of work do you agree this different sound different vibe for you or is it just the evolution of jenny i think the latter i mean i just right i make songs and music and it's just kind of following my life in a way the work it's parallel so it doesn't feel you know these songs started on a piano or guitar singer songwriter record so you know maybe the maybe it sounds a little different but it's kind of coming from the same place well let's go through a couple of tracks promise a listening party we're gonna take a look at the listen i should say to the first track heads gonna roll why do we start with this track this sets This sets the stage this tells the story and it's in three parts and there's a line. about book ends which i think kind of tells the whole story is not it's not a break-up record it's a rebound record Well, let's take a listen to heads. Gonna roll from Jenny Lewis. there's such specificity in your lyrics in this song why did you opt for such specific lyric sometimes people write songs that are have broader themes this one is so specific the devil's in the details for me as a listener or you know when i'm reading short story it's always the details again me i'm not as interested in platitudes which sometimes it's important to say i love you Herself. grime sorry or whatever it is you know like use the word blue because it just seems really well but for me just those little details that make it a little little different and the details do they have to be factual can they come from your magin nation when you're writing really personal music i think it's a combination of both that line we heard the nuns of harlem that's that's from real life oh tell me about that well i met a a a priest backstage at a dead in kosho at madden's madison square gardens and i just moved to new york this is a true story and i think he has a radio show a grateful dead sort of or music radio show and i told him that i just moved to town and i was a little lost and i wanted to do some service work and i am we struck up this conversation about music and and he said hey we'll all hook you up with the the nuns in in harlem in east harlem and you can go up there and you know and so he gave me a phone number and i called and i would just go up i went up a couple of times and and it just really kind of set the tone for my new york experience what was it internally that made you wanna do service work well i think when you're feeling lost in the world it's kind of the best way that you know is to connect and kinda get out of your own head about it and open your eyes and help out if you can not that i did any great you know just went up there and hung out and helped put food packages together but in those moments i was like okay everything's cool that's doing something though yeah I met a priest backstage at a dead. And that's another great line. But the random MRs life is really incredible. When you're open to it. that it is my guess is jenny lewis we're talking about her new album on the line let's take another listen to another track this is called party clown What does it mean to cry like Meryl Streep while you know what that means? We've seen her cry. That's like a real. That's a real cry. So the real thing, the ugly cry this when she cries. that like deep it's coming from the good kind of cry yet when meryl streep cries we believe it every time you crying a lot during writing this sure i cry a lot I'm a redhead. I'm very sensitive. When I play shows covered in, in, like goosebumps, the whole time I just feel like I'm like inflamed. Red means on inflamed. does it take you do you cry at happy stuff decried sad stuff do you cry yes babies i mean what does it what does it take but all of the above do you feel vulnerable when you cry some people don't like to cry a lot of women don't like to cry in public yeah i do and sometimes i try to choke it back i think you can ever completely choke back cry but that back to just like great acting those are the the actors that like almost they're trying to not cry and it's coming through like that's great acting not the overcrowding like when you're a child actor and there's a crying scene in the script they have the makeup artists there's this menthol thing that they blow into your is to make your you cry i don't know if they do this anymore this is against liberals but they you actually tear up when you're a kid so i can always clock it when it's like a fake menthol crow you know i know wow this out anything else from your your experiences a kid actor do you use any of that now absolutely one hundred percent for example well i was trained from a very young age i started working when i was three which i can't remember that but i i think it's this motion accessibility where when i was a little kid you know they would teach you how to cry which you would think about your let's say dog dying and they're saying this to child and they blow this menthol stuff in your eyes so here accessing like this deep part of yourself and so i think it just opened from a very young age and so i i really learned how to access that that place did you have to over time though learn to protect it to build a wall around it Yes. when did you realize that was that was something you had to do to be able to survive Well, I'm not ashamed about the I feel but I I'm often careful about who I share that intimacy what very intimate to be kind of raw in front of someone. So, but at the same time, you know, you are you are and. cried out and not everybody is careful or with people's feelings and emotions especially artists some people just not even they're kind of they're careless my guess is the word we're artists were feelies we feel stuff all feels you've ringo starr is on this album how did ringo starr working with him i will as solo artist part of the processes putting together a band for each album i'm not in a rock band with like four other four dudes you know so so putting the band together for this album i really wanted to work with just some of the guys that have played on my favorite songs that are still studio session musicians jim kellner who played on magin don was ben mont tench from the heartbreakers grew played with on my last record a little bit so ringo was sort of like you know if you build it maybe ringo will come if you put together the killer band than maybe if you ask gringo he'll come and play double drums and which track is he on he's on red bull and hennessy with jim keller they played together the concert for bangladesh which is this amazing joy tears amazing show and he's on pets though that's a that's a that's a great band that's a really don was a great producer as well he produced nick of time bonnie raya big album which she was forty at the time when that came out isn't that creates remember 'cause when i was a kid came wow Forty seemed so far away. And yet here. Here we are here. We listen. my guest is jenny lewis her new album is called on the line this is the question you've been asked and i have to ask about ryan adams you know he was accused of sexual misconduct by his ex wife mandy moore another women this all came out right before your album came out One. How has it been to deal with this question? It's unfortunate. I don't. Is a bummer. and you know happened simultaneously my album came out so it's been a part of the dialogue which is you know it is what it is and that behavior's unacceptable so what do you do when you thought about how you were going to react to it we have people into it through social media you can do it one statement and i'm not talking about it anymore what did you decide what's the best way to go forward well i taught you know i talked to my friends and my micro friends and i talked to my sister and my manager and sort of as it was in a very heightened moment we all talked about you know a statement which fell appropriate and since then i've talked about it but but the important thing to me is to note that this is a part of my body of work i'm an artist i've been making records for a long time and he's a part of the story but he's on the whole story let's listen to another track from on the line this was called wasted youth let's take a listen i always find that sort of push and pull of just the great groove the bop and then the very seriously rex when you when you were writing this where you going for that sort of contrast well it's funny this lyric people keep hearing it as i wasted my youth on a puppy Which it's not not about puppies. but it's also about poppies and yeah i think i write what i write and i wrote this for someone who younger woman who was going through some hard times and still is actually and i wanted to kind of right a song from an older sister perspective and.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

"This. Jenny Lewis kicking out the jams dozy dole is on the line. That's most recent album and great session for KCRW. You can check out anytime go to KCRW dot com. Virginia Lewis live. Also, she's at the Hollywood palladium the eleventh of may and just say, and she's at a C L. We have a sweepstakes right now to attend Austin city limits when you support KCRW during our undrivable, which means we're trying not to interrupt regular programming just going to sneak in.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

"Eclectic of next. We have new music from Jenny Lewis. Arcade. Fire latest from wild Belle Rosalia the head and the heart broken social scene. Andrew bird's new album. Also, London based singer songwriter. David Gray has a new album and joining us for a live session tomorrow Tuesday on Ambi. Also this morning. We've got tickets to see African blues singer Bombini. No, he's live at Zevulon. It's all straight ahead. Morning becomes eclectic here on eighty nine point nine KCRW. In DC. Giant. Dot com..

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From here with Kristy Lee. The show is in Los Angeles with musicians Jenny Lewis, Andrew bird and comedian, Sarah Silverman. That's live from here. Live from L A tonight on ninety three point nine FM. That's at six PM for the rest of tonight, partly cloudy skies, low of about thirty degrees, wind chills tonight between twenty five and thirty. It'll be pretty breezy tonight. We could see gusts up to about twenty one miles an hour. This is WNYC. It's five PM. This is WNYC FM HD and AM new. Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam says he will not resign over a racist photo on his yearbook page in the last twenty four hours. I have been review the picture talk to people and the pictures not me we'll ask what happens next for Saturday. February second this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Michelle Martin. We'll also talk to the editor in chief of the conservative website, big league politics, which was I to publish the controversial yearbook photo, and it's been a week of highs and lows in the weather that is we'll ask why local weirding maybe a better term because we're really weird. As a result of the warming of the planet. Plus in the barbershop will ask if the Super Bowl was always super political. You got a problem with that?.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

"The sounds of Lonzo Nora. Meet that with a scandal. Gondolo outcasts classic pink and blue author love below speaker box record speaking of outcast big boy performing at the halftime Super Bowl. Should be incredible incredible game. I hope the Rams take gotta say, yes. Go rams. Also out of Columbia doing our federal the brand new single. She's incredible big fan of a work coming up after the break from Bronco. My name is Anthony ballots sitting in for Trinidad on a Tuesday evening right here on KCRW. Hey, it's Jason deadly tomorrow on morning becomes eclectic. We've got a rock and roll extravaganza. New music from Jenny Lewis back Ryan Adams and an awesome collaboration between Phoebe bridges and Connor Oberstar plus our giveaway for tomorrow win tickets to see Icelandic producer Olafur Arnold's live at the orpheum. Downtown. Morning becomes eclectic. Weekdays at nine on eighty nine point nine KCRW. So we're going to get into new music from Greco, you might know him from his previous group Barak Sistema out of Lisbon Portugal. And he's got a brand new forthcoming projects. Again, this one features single it's called here from me. Let's get into it. It's KCRW. Yeah. This is Joe. This one on. Closed on espionage. Don't be glad I wanna know. Spoon closed. No one at all..

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KCRW

"No. From the late date change. Displaced. A baritone voice. Wrapping there that we haven't heard in a while. I know this song is a collaboration with founding members of ozone motley jolly tonight and cut chemist mode of him are also in Jurassic five, and I just love the song because to me it's just quintessential ozone lately. It's the first collaborative release that the guys have done with ozone lately since the debut in nineteen ninety eight just the sound of Los Angeles. Okay. So they got back together with Charlie tuna cut chemist's together for the first time in decades, really one offer they're gonna keep on collaborating. I don't know. I hope so they're taking the music on the road this year. They're promising to drop Bussan's all year long, this song about hope and change and freedom through power of choice and music. I hope it leads to a lot more collaboration over the coming year. All right. Let's move on to another artist who has a new album out, Charlotte. Gainsbourg? Well, this is a follow up to her 2017 album rest which made of top ten that year. She's released a five track EP there three new songs and two live tracks on one of which actually is a cover of Kanye west song called runaway which has received mixed reviews. But the song I wanna play today. Madeline is called such a remarkable. Charlotte Gainsbourg singing an English there. But she is the daughter of a French singer-songwriter, of course, says Ganz board and the English actress Jane Birkin, and they had this play. This hit song. They had together in the nineteen fifties. And this was scandalous when it came out because of the various. You know? So tell us the back story. Well, it's an interesting story because there's Gainsbourg actually wrote that song for Brigitte Bardot. They were having an affair and they actually recorded that song. I read somewhere that. I think it aired one time on the radio, and that was next after that and bardo was married. She didn't want to put it out. So when certaines transport got together with Jane Birkin invaded together. And that's the version we really all know A deer hunter.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on KPCC

"And Jenny Lewis. Just one. You know what I'm positive? I can fly. Let's get the party started. Come see the show. Get your tickets now at KPCC dot org slash inperson. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. I hope. I feel. Apple and Spotify have put out their list of the most streamed songs and albums of two thousand eighteen and that's Drake's God's plan, which is the most streamed track on Spotify. This year, Drake topped all the lists. Except for the one he didn't qualify for the number one spot on Spotify list of most streamed female artists, and that went to Arianna 'Grande when it comes to the streaming business itself. Apple music now has fifty six million subscribers Spotify claims eighty seven million pain subscribers along with one hundred nine million ad-supported active users, but overall how healthy is the music business. I put that question to Jim as what senior music editor at variety looking for wood to knock on the music businesses in better shape than it's been in decades. And there's a little bit of concern about what the future may hold because you know, Spotify. Here's made some ambitious forecast about reach. Profitability, which they never have and show no signs of doing. But there's no denying the fact that they have I won't say single handedly, but they certainly have led the revival of the music business, which was in the absolute doldrums seven or eight years ago and asked the revenue increases, even if the prophets aren't yet. Material are artists and record labels getting what they believed to be a fair cut from streaming services. Well, what you just said it's hilarious because they never think they're getting, you know, often with good reason if you're a huge streamed artists on one of the paid streaming services. I'm not really talking about YouTube. You can make a ton of money from it like Drake is making tons of money from streaming, but lower level, even medium level artists. Probably are not seeing anywhere near those sorts of numbers. You always hear about artists saying, hey, look at my Spotify. Check, I got four seventy five not realizing that in many cases. Not all cases. The money's going to the record label. I so, you know, the artist maybe could take a look at how much their label is keeping before they attack Spotify. Let's now talk about some of the top one hundred songs from Apple's rankings. It pains me to do it. But let's play a little bit of post Malone's rockstar. Okay. It only gets worse from there. But it's very top heavy. The top five songs.

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And let's get to one of your picks. So one artist with whom I've been obsessed is Jenny Lewis, and I really feel that Jenny Lewis is possibly the best pop songwriter, indie, pop, whatever you wanna call her of this century of this moment. And I don't know with her every record is is better than the next. And this song I love it. It's called just one of the guys. But. No. The. The keys taking. There's only one difference between you and me. Myself all can see. I'm Kristin. With our. Song kind of breaks my heart. How come? I know just the idea that she would try that. She wants to be part of something and she's not being led just because of who she is. This is the genius of Jenny Lewis. Is that yes, you can read the song that way, but you can also read the song with an arched eyebrow and say, well, that's exactly how people expect a woman to feel when she hits midlife. You know that I'm just another lady without a baby, but but the way she sings it, the Wade's phrased they all say, well, yeah, yeah, maybe not, you know, like maybe not. Maybe that clock is ticking. Maybe that clock is a simulation. You know, maybe it's an external voice that I think is an internal voice and Dolly Parton did the same thing. You know, when she saying dumb blonde, it's not like she really thought she was a dumb blonde. I think you know, women songwriters often are playing around with this f. where, you know the very moment that we think pathos is gonna. Take over. There's like this rejection or is this a complexity, you know? Yeah, as we were talking about that song, I was just thinking, I feel like throughout that song, Jenny Lewis is kind of subtly critiquing all of these men around her. And so when she says, I can't be one of the guys, it kind of makes you wonder, why would she wanna be when she sees the way that these men behave? Why would she want to be like them? And it kind of makes me think about another song on the list that I really love, which was number sixteen, mid skis, your best American Girl..

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"The. No. That will. The pants. In. But. No. The bone. The key taking. There's only one difference between you and me. Self all can see. I'm kenniston. Without. Song kind of breaks my heart. How come? I know just the idea that she would try the. She wants to be part of something and she's not being led engines because who she is, this is the genius of Jenny Lewis. Is that yes, you can read the song that way, but you can also read the song with an arched eyebrow and say, well, that's exactly how people expect a woman to feel when she hits midlife. You know that I'm just another lady without a baby, but but the way she sings it, the weeds phrased they all say, well, yeah, yeah, maybe not, you know, like maybe not. Maybe that clock is ticking. Maybe that clock is a simulation. You know, maybe it's an external voice that I think is an internal voice and Dolly Parton did the same thing. You know, when she saying dumb blonde, it's not like she really thought she was a dumb blonde. So I think you know, women songwriters often are playing around with the stuff where you know the very moment that we think pathos is going to. Take over. There's like this. Rejection or is this a complexity, you know? Yeah, as we were talking about that song, I was just thinking, I feel like throughout that song, Jenny Lewis is kind of subtly critiquing all of these men around her. And so when she says, I can't be one of the guys, it kind of makes you wonder, why would she wanna be when she sees the way that these men behave? Why would she want to be like them? And it kind of makes me think about another song on the list that I really love, which was number sixteen, mid skis, your best American Girl. Could be. Kiss you. Exposed. So two. Scene. Good

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"jenny lewis" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jenny lewis" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"Yes i think about that with the mon mon whitman moyser boys kelly areas like is very poppy and it's i love it in its very fun but it's definitely like pure escapism yet and i listen to like other things i'm listeners new benkhaled rilo highly recently lead singer in and jenny lewis and everything signs i always your mind when you mentioned than the other day and the first thing i thought was kinda ran yeah i know i from star wars yeah yeah yeah rather kylie i think was came and went before kylo ren was ever invented but it is funny that they're like so similar yeah kind of fun i am so where where do these things these these fantasies come from that we uh that we have like if i could sum of minor pretty pretty dark but also very very specific via oh yeah colorful chris three we opting yeah we revolve around to see him fantasies out suffice sexual fantasies that are very often very similar and etc etc so a you know it in one sense i i try to think of it like when you're having a pharmacy you think it's for you but actually is a good question to ask is who she like i think of it looked like a theater and you're the director and your fantasies what's happening on the stage and there's oxley an audience so here's the audience to even if he take something in the and like you want to be rich for example you go well there's nothing inherently desirable i that i mean there's desirable elements you can have nicer stuff but the fact that that let me a team that is there somebody are having out fantasy four like his up is up maybe your family wanted you to be rich she thought thus what would make you desirable so our fantasies are often st aged four other people and it's interesting like if i want to be james bond who you might who do i want to be hasban for like wh who who he is he is looking at my found his i remember that bible quote which is where you call him bobble quotes.

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