17 Burst results for "Jerome Kern"

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:10 min | 7 months ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To have it was part of the show. Yeah. I always think it must be so hard to have something that you're so gifted at that you can't You can't do any more. Right? Yes, they are hard. Yeah, it was. That's been especially hard. On on on background on on on all of us who know Rebecca And But I will say that she there's some days she has actually no voice at all. And then it comes back and she fights hard. And and she, you know, perseveres. Um, there are many Different things that we have to, uh, morn. Along the way. But we also it also teaches us something. And we adapt because it seems like every few weeks we're adapting to a new reality with this illness. Yeah. You know, everybody says it's very, very hard to be a patient, but it's also very hard to be a caregiver. Um And it can also what When in a couple 11 person needs care and the spouse is the caregiver. It can be a very loving tender thing. It can also create a lot of Impatience with each other. And if you're comfortable talking about it cause so many people are going through or have gone through or will go through this kind of thing. If there's anything you're comfortable sharing about The Tenderness and the pressures When Somebody is sick and the spouse becomes the caregiver. Well, I feel like I haven't really slept seven or eight months. I laugh, but I honestly say that in all honesty It's exhausting. And not easy and I've been helping to take care of economic for a year and a half since the onset of the illness. You know, having said that? Of course, there are the beautiful things that this kind of a situation Present this you if the the closeness the the friendship, the deep Understanding the trust Andi. It's a privilege and I mean that that it is a great great privilege to share this time together. Having said that, it's an exhausting Yes, it is exhausting, and sometimes we are at it at at each other, because we're still a normal married couples just going through this. Kind of awful, bizarre situation. But you know, we still you know, bicker and and and laugh and kiss And you know all the normal things that everybody else goes to. It's just that everything is A heightened because of the situation because of the illness and the and the sheer exhaustion of it all. As hard as this is for me, I sometimes think that Danny has the harder job. It's a pleasure to tell you something. This stuff is stuff. You're constantly on the phone with with doctors with bowties with GT's reflexology with insurance companies, and you know your home health aide and we're so grateful to everybody who has stepped up this out. You know you are we love you. Just just a few months ago in June, when when you had a little more breath Before the L A s had advanced to the point where it is now you did zoom event. To raise awareness about a less and you saying a Jerome Kern song. Called not You. That's also on your Jerome Kern album. And I thought since we're talking about your voice that we might hear a little bit of that, and s so if you could maybe compare for us. What the song means in context, and then the context of the show that it's from. But what the song with with what the song means personally to you now? Oh, I just think it's funny. It was beautiful, Early Kern Psalms ever. Um, sometimes they elected to. So that's good. Um, what an incident. You see this woman, this beautiful current ballads ever. And US Turn just speaks to me. So well, you know, I feel like it's something I was met two sinker. This is Rebecca Luca recorded in June singing.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Revival of the show and there is such a beautiful recording and. Grateful to have it. On my talk. Show. Yeah. I always think it must be so hard to have something that you're so gifted at that. You can't. You can't do anymore. Right Yes. Yeah it's been especially hard. On on on. On on on all of a Su Know Rebecca. And But I will say that she there's some days she has actually no voice all. And, then it comes back she fights hard. And and she Perseveres. There are many. Different things that we have to. Mourn. Along the way. A way also, it also teaches us something and we adapt. Because it seems like every few weeks where adapting to a new reality with this illness. You know everybody says, it's very, very hard to be a patient, but it's also very hard to be a caregiver. And it can also what when in in a couple one person needs care and the and the spouse is the caregiver it can be a very loving tender thing can also create a lot of impatience with each other and if if you're comfortable talking about a CA- so many people are going through or have gone through or we'll go through this kind of thing if there's anything you're comfortable sharing about. The. Tenderness and the pressures. When Somebody is sick and the spouse becomes the caregiver. While I feel like I haven't really slept in the seven or eight months. Laugh but I honest I say that in all honesty it's exhausting. And not easy and I've been helping take care of Becca out for a year and a half. Since the onset of the illness. Having, said that, of course, there are the beautiful things that this kind of situation. Presents you with the the the closeness, the the friendship, the the deep understanding. The Trust. And it's a privilege and I mean that that it is a great great privilege to share this time together having said that. It's exhausting. Sometimes we are at at at at each other because you know we're still a normal married couple just going through this kind of a awful bizarre situation. But you know we still bicker and and latch and laugh and kiss and all the normal things that everybody else goes through just that everything is. Heightened because of the situation because the oldest and the and the sheer exhaustion of it all as harnesses. For me I sometimes INC that Danny has ardor job. Should tell you something. It's tough is tough. You're constantly on the phone with. With doctors with Ot's with GT with the reflexologist with insurance companies and a you know your home health aid and We're so grateful to everybody who has stepped up break. This out you are we love you. Just just a few months ago in June when when you had a little more breath. Before the ELE- S had advanced to the point where it is. Now you did Zoom. event. To raise awareness about AOL as in you saying Jerome Kern Song called not you that's also on your Jerome Kern album. And I thought since we're talking about your voice that we might hear a little bit of that and so if you could maybe compare for us the. What the song means in context in the context of the show that it's from but where the song with with what the song means personally to you now. All I just think it's one of the most beautiful early turn songs ever. Sean Times that he liked to. So that's good What needs to me. I just think as long as beautiful. Kern. Ballads. Ever. At. Current to speaks to me. So. Well, you know, I feel like it's not always met to sing.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I the old fashioned the sound of rain finally in the Hey Bruce he's a passing fancies but sighing sighing yes please I'm just I'm old fashioned the firm yeah did I was you see I love the moon this is not passing fancy sighing sighs holding hands these my this this is what why does not be in that has a small the race wide all that is running the farm from the way that was that it is raining farm who but that I would that K. colon almost like being in love a song that has been revived on James Taylor's recent American standards effort ahead of that a couple of Jerome Kern written.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Johnson Jerome Kern and John Philip Sousa in those days song writers made their living primarily from the fees burn through the sale of sheet music if music did not pay it would be given up road Chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in a landmark Supreme Court decision in nineteen seventy this week in nineteen twenty nine in Chicago for men dressed as police officers entered the headquarters of George bugs Moran in Chicago and killed seven of his henchmen the four men actually worked for rival crime boss Al Capone and the act is now known as the Saint Valentine's day massacre also this week in nineteen twenty nine Mister Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident Fleming was a young bacteriologist having left a plate of staphylococcal bacteria on colored Fleming noticed that the mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria he identified the mold as Penicillium no title similar to the kind found on bread on February fourteenth nineteen twenty nine Fleming introduced his mole by product called penicillin to cure a bacterial infection and this week in nineteen sixty five Canada officially changes its flag to the maple leaf since flying Britain's union Jack flag since sixteen ten today Canada's red maple leaf flag is one of the most recognizable flags in the world that's your look back if this week in history stay informed all day every day on news talk eleven thirty W. I. S. and W. R. W. H. T. to Milwaukee and I heart radio station preparing for a pandemic the Pentagon I'm Jan Nesler fox news U. S. navy Lieutenant Commander Mike Hatfield writing in the military.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Far from Cole Porter or the Gershwins or Jerome Kern all the great song writers live here and the interpretations make the songs shine after all these years Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong they can't take that away from me and a page from the seventies song book is Carole King got cozy with the feeling of jazz in one of her mid seventies hits jazz man is Paul cattle cutting with you one W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and sinal crack cast across the globe and new standards dot org back to the topic of Cole Porter love for sale is a song that needed to lurk in the shadows initially it had to go on the down low because of its obvious subject matter and the way it was positioned in a show that only played for a short time closing in the spring of nineteen thirty one on Broadway the new Yorkers it was revived and ran for also what kind of a short run in our time just about a year or so ago and yet love for sail continues to be one of the great show pieces in all of Cole Porter and certainly the focal point of that show it is open to interpretation inject an element of unexpected creativity and transform the song and yet it's still the alluring love for sale in the hands of the Manhattan transfer and this unusual treatment and love is sometimes not what it seems Norwegian wood John Lennon Paul McCartney love for sale Cole Porter.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Song it's just perfect I mean these are great people in a Bob Marley Elvis Presley I'm not sure about Bad Religion but these are some of the greats and when you try to add your own twist is something that's just straighten perfect sometimes you just have to leave things alone it's like some movies you shouldn't do a remake of it you should leave him alone that's why our favorite will always be bangs because it's just it's sung straight as an arrow being gets out of the way it's out of the way the words and just saying Sir hello composer Jerome Kern one set of Irving Berlin and we're gonna get to that in a bit than Crosby's version Irving has no place in American music he is American music and a similar thing can be said about White Christmas Christmas and this version of Bing Crosby's classic I'm not twenty five years Ellen found again using some of the special sound to a lot of people now if I may I'd like yeah we were just wondering since there's so many wonderful voices on the show we we thought it would be fun to take a take a vote and see who would sing it nope as I was saying Mister Berlin wrote the song with twenty five years ago and not a chance seems to be an excessive zeal here this evening I applaud sale but after all there are certain being forget it on it makes and by the way a little side note White Christmas one Irving Berlin the academy award for Best Original Song in nineteen forty two Irving Berlin actually presented himself with the original song Oscar at the fifteenth Oscar.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the great Jerome Kern aria truly can't help loving that man on WNYC. Here's another the forum was not a show like show boat, but a movie Billie holiday the way you look tonight. I will. No. John. And your cheeks so saw there is nothing. What? Hey, you know. Content. Hello. Tonge is. John. Thank you. Age..

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"jerome kern" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

Piano Jazz Shorts

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on Piano Jazz Shorts

"And so that was I wanted to bring awareness to her and then I Rana glee there's a movie out called Artemis. Yeah. So they brought her story into the public I now and I think that's great. You know? Yeah. Well, play piece for. Tomase Lia. Okay. You get these greats left hand figures going. It's really nice. Thanks. I mean, when you writing writing something, does it take a long time d? Do you find some things just fall together. Yeah, sometimes you get lucky right. So I was happy when I found that figure that was in six. You know this. Because we can get into very much a meditative vibe and the drummer Cindy Blackman who played on the record. She just really to set up this great, Tony Williams kind of attitude, and it was really, really nice. She sounds wonderful. Yeah, I know that you love Wayne shortest music and. You suggested footprints for us to do is to. Yeah, that'd be fun. Well, let's see. I'll try. You know, that really is a lovely too. I mean, I've made a set of bought of attempts to play it with the croup quiz across all the pace players. Know it, you know, I mean, people play that tune for years. Yeah. And I, you know, maybe now I really will. It actually played it with you. Yeah, I liked your approach. Well, it's. I can't believe you never played piano. No. Well, great. I'm glad you're here. Six citing to with me, but meanwhile, as horrible as c. is with we're out of time, and I enjoyed hearing you play at talking Lydia and it's just been great. And so I do thank you Rachel for coming to jazz and that's wind up with some. Now this is going to be a standard. I'll be interested to see what you do with this one. I mean to me, this is sort of the tune Jerome Kern, all the things you are. This is tune everybody plays sometime run. Yeah, anyways, this is a good one for us. Yeah. To hear the full piano chess broadcast purely next week to your NPR station or stream the program online at piano, jazz dot NPR, dot org. Piano, Chaz production of South Carolina, public radio..

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some can be some fine who yes good two here's aw name gets you that record has such drama and it's so simple it's just really you know the the vocal and a little bit of orchestral business in the background but i think it's it's the space more than what's going on in it that defines smoke gets in your eyes by the platters that deep cavernous reverberi sound and smoke gets in your eyes the platters followed the great pretender sung by freddie mercury someone you don't often hear in our mix but boy did he have pipes as they say paul cavalcanti paging through the song book and beyond on wnyc smoke gets in your eyes is a jerome kern and not hammerstein but hardback song auto harbach is a guy that worked in between gay in between a almost that kind of a rotation with with oscar hammerstein and jerome kern came up with some wickedly witty lyrics in the song you're about to hear in fact i'll do to from this particular nineteen thirty one show called cats and the fiddle here is ella fitzgerald with nelson riddle from the jerome kern songbook she didn't say yes.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Wasted their time it's like who would want to hear us singer frank sinatra arrangement when he's already done it think of another way to do that you know i've got you under my skin then that's what the sounds are written for my written for musicals and and and other things and i always give excuse me frank credit for rescuing these socks and making him famous they weren't a lot of the co border songs written you know the gershwin's under the jerome kern songs and frank made famous written years before east hanging out the way you look tonight was written in nineteen thirty six and you know a lotta the songs that had to be twenty four when with frank sangam they became classics you know why i remember watching the you know the way you look tonight i remember the first time it was an old fred astaire movie and then oh my god and you know people would come to me after that movie father of the bride and that's fun so prominent in that movie and so many people bought the soundtrack out and then when the officers came around which just did last week when when that song was out my record was out people would say well how come that didn't get nominated for the oscar you know it's in the movie and it's great i think because they've already won the oscar like forty years ago they won the oscar for swing and i can tell your audience if you wanna see something cool go to my website or go go to get to and and right in steve tyrell stare and ginger rogers and somebody has put together me singing the way you look tonight with my big arkestra from father of the bride but fred astaire and ginger rogers dancing to happen there original it's really cool our final words with steve taylor coming up in a moment listening to vegas never sleeps with stephen manji this is the biz talk radio network.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The jerome l green foundation this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news in the new york conversation the buggy pits rally makes a jerome kern paul mccartney match up uh no mm when i liam payne well an bill.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The same time you know you know what workers world club bigger why not us yeah yeah i do i juggle juggle food and my microbes forces were behind the back whoa whoa whoa no it's all over the blaze people like it so do you do bigger venues occasionally or do you guys stickers no i know it sounds here but yeah i do everything like a a big wedding band corporate events private functions but then i also have my own like little acoustic duo and we like to play at restaurants here and they're nuts yeah that's what we did tonight should what you should do is we should send a number you come in here some night and uh and sing for us in here oh i would love to you have no idea yeah and wha what will it will left it set it up on one of these these upcoming shows what what is your goal of music well unfortunately i mean okay so i'm i basically do cover songs i do like a clue thick little jazzy acoustic versions of cover song um which i dunno is legal if i do it over the air i dunno i don't know if that's all the the thing the thing is i i used to do some uh cover songs of evade here they said coverage quick don't just lose he's missing solo solo oh everybody else got sick uh musician droughts sure tyler consisting bilo window i'll help you out the uprona africa oh declined the amusing far away great yeah i always wanted to hear like a like a a frank sinatra versions of of rock songs you know you're talking in my language right now i i'm a big fan of the old school stuff any weight look really old school stuff like jerome kern encrypt when um and so i like i actually like doing that very thing we actually do some of that from rome drool major tom yeah all right all never william shatner elbow yes i did all that was may snapping yeah that yet get a snap yup we pay them we do we like.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was that was fabulous that's not the the rendition i remembered i like yours i like yours a whole lot bill he wasn't let it snow written in like it was the hottest day on record in hollywood when they wrote it well you're giving i'm telling you so you're getting near lesson i didn't know that but i wouldn't be surprised this is great so what are you going to play by julie's that jill stein an and semicon well here's one of my favorite songs they wrote together it's time after time that i love time after time why did you choose to to play this particular song of there i dunno i think there's a very a natural flow to it and it's kind of a perfect little romantic upon mmhmm well i was about to say what makes it perfect that use it a perfect romantic poem uh time after time i tell myself that i am so lucky to be loving you the way that that drips off of the note sutin in hand it so easy to sing in the messages so direct and it's pretty modern too yeah i i about and it doesn't waste doesn't waste any words i loved that song as best we when when their someone singing it because it really is just a beautiful romantic song now irving berlin and and white christmas are so strong together and white christmas is is perhaps my favorite christmas movie because it's just so at all it's just so americana it is is a masterpiece so would we know he'd written the best thing for you well uh his songs are pretty famous i shall we say i so i think that we would but the best thing for you is probably a little bit uh lesser known than perhaps bluesky zor rao always more uh oh there is no businesslike show business i know is that a jump the little ahead no that's okay of white create let's play a little bit a cyberway can hear live my favorite booby well especially which is such a great song jerome kern said that jeb irving berlin is not part of american popular music irving berlin is american popular music so that's it.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That was that was fabulous that's not the rendition i remembered i like yours i like yours a whole lot fill the wasn't let it snow written in like it was the hottest day on record in hollywood when they wrote it well you're giving i'm telling you so you're getting near lesson i didn't know that but i wouldn't be surprised this is great so what are you gonna play by julie's that jill stein an and semicon well here's one of my favorite songs they wrote together it's time after time i love time after time why did you choose to to play this particular song of there i don't know i think there's a very of natural flow to it and it's uh kind of a perfect little romantic while i was about to say what makes it perfect that use it a perfect romantic poem uh time after time i tell myself that i'm so lucky to be loving you the way that that drips off of the note soon in hand it so easy to sing in the message messages so direct and it's pretty modern too yeah it i abut and it doesn't waste doesn't waste any words i love that song as best we when when there's some one singing at because it really is just a beautiful romantic song now irving berlin and an white christmas are so strong together and white christmas is is perhaps my favorite christmas movie because it's just so at all it's just so americana it is is a masterpiece so so would we know he'd written the best thing for you well uh his songs are pretty famous i shall we say i so i think that we would but the best thing for you is probably a little bit uh lesserknown than perhaps bluesky zor rao always more oh there's no businesslike show business i know that are jump the little ahead no that's okay of white create let's play a little bit so everyone can hear live or my favorite movie well it especially with his such a great song jerome kern said that uh irving berlin is not part of american popular music irving berlin is american popular music so that's it fabulous so you that other song that i mentioned before thank you think for you.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jerome kern steps forward somewhere day in 2017 he can we really heaven had a summer here in in the northeast as in hot or peachy nor peachy what's his moot the moute africa's he mucci i i encounter him on the streets of new york he he said that he was not i said he was coming one way who's coming the other but the the red lights it was just in a situation where nobody could move for a minute who show and i said to him are you the move he had dark dark class who saw and there was a it was a moment where noone said anything and he said no you are the move which i see it he said and not the moon and the nice mr moved you are fool then the like the light went my way off by with having said he's to move labeouf jerome kern ladies jim root music few minutes stephane grappelli play long ago and far away.

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"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"jerome kern" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Jerome kern with the music but for now the issue is oscar the songs all the things you are listen to this you would the promised kiss springtime it makes the only would seem long you are the breathless hush beefy the trembled and the brink of the lovely to all you are the angel glow the lights star you're the dearest wish in which you some day happy arms will hold you and some day know that moment to vie and all the things you akg now you've heard that and he's joe staff to sing at lear and that beautiful easy victory will crown mm.

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