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"jimmy heath" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:35 min | 2 months ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Another product of a musical family tenor saxophonist. Jimmy heath who died at age ninety three sometimes played in the heath brothers band with his siblings. Percy albert in philadelphia and the nineteen forties. Jimmy hung with fellow up and coming. Saxophonists john coltrane and living treasurer.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:39 min | 2 months ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of notable jazz musicians died in 2020, many from covert 19 Way lost far too many jazz musicians this year's to even mention all of them. Drummers alone. We lost include Jon Christensen, Raymond Tia, Jimmy Cobb, Charlie Precip, Violet Smith and Candied Oh Camaro. Earlier in the year, fresh air remembered pianist McCoy Tiner and saxophonist Lee Konitz. Now our jazz critic Kevin Whitehead pays tribute to seven other musicians who died this year. Guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli was one of those musicians. You heard more than you knew. Playing on TV shows and a zillion record dates where is unobtrusive? Often blues, he licks and sturdy rhythm cords quietly made a big difference. His guitar and bass playing kids carry on the tradition. Another jazz patriarch, died on the same day April 1st Ellis Marcellus Swinging aesthetic he imparted to his famous sons and the countless students made him one of the real taste makers of jazz over the last 40 years. Was Marcellus was Also New Orleans is emblematic modern jazz pianist back when his kids Branford and Wynton were toddlers. Another product of a musical family Tenor saxophone is Jimmy He who died at age 93. Sometimes played in the Heat Brothers band with the siblings Percy and Albert. In Philadelphia in the 19 forties, Jimmy Hung with fellow up incoming saxophonists John Coltrane and living Treasure Benny Golson. They worked hard to play fast and clean, creating Philadelphia tender style. Here's Jimmy Heath and 1975. Limited and make that kind of man. Any. Ross, who died in July was an actor as well. A singer she occasionally combined those careers as in Robert Altman's film Shortcuts. Acting and jazz singing have much in common. In either case, you have to sell the story and sometimes to appear totally relaxed while performing several complex actions at once. Annie Ross was added by the early 19 fifties. Before joining the vocal trio Lambert, Hendricks.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:21 min | 3 months ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Breda Pest management, but first let's go. The home fixing hotline were one of the smartest guys I know. Is residing today. And that would be Jimmy Heath of Heath Tree Service. Good morning, Jimmy. Good morning day. How are you today? I'm doing very well. Thanks for asking. And thanks for having me on your welcome was that Did I read your intro? Right that you sent me one of the smartest men I know. Oh, gosh. No, but, well, your handwriting's a little blurry. Well, thanks for the compliment anyway. Yeah, when you hear the word Heath Tree service, and you hear the words, Jimmy Heath. I'm assuming that you're going to put two and two together out there in the listening audience and know that Jimmy owns he three service. Explain to me in 30 seconds what he three services and does A broad overview because I have some more direct questions. So don't answer. You don't answer me the questions I'm going to ask you because I'm still gonna ask you the same questions. Well, I'll be quick and brief of my father started the business over 60 years ago, and he was one of the first certified arborist in the state of Georgia. So, um, I'm a certified arborist a swell so my company does quite a number of thanks and tree work. And in the tree industry. We do tree pruning plant health care, free evaluation tree removal on a lot of storm damage actually, lately, But we've we've been quite busy, and I've been very fortunate to have a business that my father put a lot of legwork in that I now run and operate very good. This one just popped into my head. A lot of people don't realize this, but when a tree falls on your roof, all right, does damage to your house. First guy you call is not the roofing guy. You called Finley Roofing Second, the first guy you called the tree guy because he's the one that gets the tree off the roof, right? That's correct. Yes. Will you also throw a blue tarp on my roof? Or is that something totally different. Well, you know what I tell A lot of customers were happy to do that. And but we're not room first War tree contractors so therefore toe do it properly and have it attached properly to the house. And so that the house does stay dry. I recommend that a roof for do it now. People assume that certified Iris. She does works with trees. He's going to come out and cut down trees. But that's not always my only option. I don't have to cut down my 100 year old beautiful oak tree. If it's posing a threat to my house, so I could just you guys could just get him out. Well, yes, that's correct. You know, So many people get scared of large trees and and trees can actually be a benefit to your home and your property, but an arborist can come out and identify. No problems or concerns in the tree if there are some, but also, you know, help with proper pruning techniques to make tree safe and healthy and to grow properly for the future. Is that something I should start? When the tree is little in my house is new, or should I wait until my house is older, and the tree is bigger? Well, we recommend that you start pruning trees when they're young. That way you can develop the proper spacing on Brandt structure. You can prune out week a week branches or poor branches that are crossed, rubbing and you get the proper spacing for the branches of the tree matures. In a healthy way with a good shape. I'm speaking with Jimmy Heat from Heath Tree Service. We've had a lot of rainy weather lately. Does the rain, no ranking, you know too much water for anything is not good, but there's a there's because just for the life of it, but that doesn't hurt. Too much Rain hurt a tree Structurally two doesn't make it weaker to stand. Absolutely sort of saturation could be one of the bigger problems that that you can have, especially with wind and storms. And we've had a lot of rain. This year's everyone knows. So you know these storms and thunderstorms and then the tropical storm lately is Cost a lot of tree failure in it. A lot of them were simply just healthy trees that could not withstand the force of the wind because the soils around them were too saturated and wet, and they blew over. So that's even. That's the double women. That was. My next question. Is that the same problem with the wind But with the rain and the wind together? Causes treed budget, college tree failure..

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"P. music correspondent barges are a letter has a look at his Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm Marty Charlotta the national climate emergency has been claimed by Spain's new government a formal first step towards an acting ambitious measures to fight climate change the declaration approved by the cabinet says the left of center socialist government will send its proposed climate legislation to parliament in the next one Hundred Days the targets that coincide with those of the European Union including a reduction of next carbon emissions to zero by twenty fifty Spain's coalition government wants up to ninety five percent of its electricity to come from renewable sources by twenty forty the plan also foresees eliminating pollution by buses and trucks and making farming carbon neutral details of the plan are to be made public when the proposed legislation is sent to parliament for approval Malaysia says it's not the world's dumping ground A. P. is a Jennifer king reports the country's cracking down on illegal shipments of trash a country Malaysia shipping back containers of plastic waste the environment minister says their position is they just want to send the ways back and give the message that Malaysia is not the dumping side of the world shipments have been rerouted to Southeast Asia since China banned the import of plastic waste in twenty eighteen but now Malaysian other developing countries are fighting back Malaysia returned a hundred and fifty shipping containers totaling over four thousand tons of waste to thirteen countries including France Britain and the United States and they report shuddering more than two hundred illegal plastic recycling factories I'm Jennifer king this is eighteen years I'm readable lay Tuesday's Senate impeachment trial.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"The plan also foresees eliminating pollution by buses and trucks and making farming carbon neutral details of the plan are to be made public when the proposed legislation is sent to parliament for approval jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath has died at the age of ninety three it is hold Loganville Georgia A. P. music correspondent barges are a letter has a look at his Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm arches are a Lotta explosives experts on Tuesday successfully defused an unexploded American bomb from World War two in the western German city of Cologne according to authorities the five hundred kilogram bomb was found Monday evening during construction near the Rhine river in the center of the city a TV station and the opera house had to be evacuated during that if using operation shipping on the river and it traffic overhead will also interrupted before the diffusing operation got underway officials closed on a bridge across the Rhine that takes most trains to colognes main train station one of Germany's major rail hubs the suspension of traffic in Cologne led to delays in train services across all of Germany almost seventy five years after the end of the wall unexploded bombs are frequently found in Germany disposing of them sometimes entails large scale evacuations as a precaution this is eighteen years I'm readable lay Tuesday's Senate impeachment trial proceedings lasted until nearly two o'clock this morning that Senate is.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Gemini by the Jazz Saxophonist and composer. Jimmy Heath who died Sunday at the age of ninety three. This is democracy. Now I may be Goodman with Gonzalez. We enter this show in Brazil where federal prosecutors have filed a criminal complaint against Pulitzer Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and intercept co founder Glenn Greenwald in connection to a major investigation. He spearheaded exposing misconduct among federal prosecutors. Persecutors and a former judge called the secret. Brazil archive series of articles published in the intercept intercept. Brazil used a trove of documents humans to offer new and damning insight into the sweeping anti-corruption campaign. That brought down former president. Luis Inacio Lula da Silva and pave save the way for the election of right-wing president. Jacques both Sonata. The investigation used previously undisclosed. Private chats audio recordings videos videos and other information provided by an anonymous source to expose the wrongdoing of top officials including current justice minister said humour. Who Oversaw aw? The Anti corruption say known as Operation Car Wash on Tuesday a Justice Minister Faldo denunciation of Glenn Greenwald claiming he quote indirectly assisted encouraging guided individuals who allegedly accessed online chats related to operation car. Wash a judge will decide whether to press charges against Glenn the the move has sparked international outrage at what many are condemning as an attack on the free press in Brazil in a statement the intercept said quote the most Sonata government has repeatedly piddly. Made it clear it is not believe in basic press freedoms unquote and Glenn Greenwald posted a brief video and twitter Tuesday responding to the criminal complaint but few facts about this criminal charge. I is that as you probably know the Boston. Our government President Bolsonaro multiple members of his government. Simply don't believe in a free press. I don't believe in press freedom. They don't even believe in democracy. They repeatedly and explicitly praised the military dictatorship that ruled the country until nineteen eighty five is superior form of government and this is all about ushering in that level of repression secondly the prosecutor who brought the charges just a couple of months ago unsuccessfully and successfully tried to bring similar charges against the head of the Brazilian Bar Association who Criticize Minister Sergia Moro and he tried to claim that that criticism constituted a crime in Brazil and it was rejected by the court. He's obviously somebody abusing his prosecutorial power to punish the political enemies of the Bolsonaro government. Third the police. The federal police conducted a comprehensive investigation of our reporting of our sources and concluded any report. It published just a couple of months ago that everything shows that I never committed any crime much to the contrary I always exercise with day called the highest level of professionalism professionalism caution and responsibility in ensuring that I was doing my work journalist and never got anywhere near a crime well for more. We go to Rio de Janeiro. Brazil where we're joined by Andrew Fishermen in managing editor of the intercept Brazil reporter for the intercept. We welcome you to democracy now. Bolsonaro Congressman Son and Ward. Oh tweeted Glenn Greenwell Dole. We said he loves Brazil. Wanted to get to know the country in depth. Who knows maybe even get to know person? Tell us how serious this situation is. What is a criminal complaint in Brazil? Well this is obviously a very troubling situation. It's it's serious because this is the public ministry free this is. This is not a joke. That's what's happening here. The complaint is that Glenn allegedly participated in a criminal hack of telephones owns of of senior officials in the Brazilian government and the Public Ministry. And that's obviously not true. He Act as a journalist. The the alleged hack happened before four the intercept had any knowledge of what was happening. They we had a source that came to US anonymous source and presented us with very important information and we are team at the intercept Brazil which is twenty odd Brazilian journalists along with Glenn and myself have spent and eight months working on ninety five original stories that have revealed very serious wrongdoing abuses by by judge then judge Sergio Your Martos. Now the Justice Minister and the team of prosecutors that ran the operation car wash anti corruption investigation. And it's very ironic that we spent vent all of our These last eight months reporting on an exposing that the public ministry was willing to bend the rules to to go against the the standards that they needed to follow to follow their own political purposes and make prosecutions based on lack of evidence or faulty evidence or distorting the evidence since and in response to that what they've done is made a criminal complaint against Glenn based on distortion of the evidence to their own personal personal and political interests so it's very troubling but the general response in Brazilian society overwhelmingly been to condemn this action by the by the prosecutor. There's been injunction by the by one of the Supreme Court. Minister is against any investigation to Glen and they claimed that they didn't investigate. But they're still filing this complaint and so when he comes back from. This minister comes back from vacation. It's very likely that he signaled that he might try to you. Challenge it or bring this down. But now it's up to a judge in Brasilia. Decide whether or not he's going to accept the charges or not in which case going to become officially defendant in this case and you what about this original of federal police investigation that concluded in December and found that there that there there had been no crime committed by Glenn Greenwald specifically How can the prosecutors and move forward is there's already been an investigation that reached a different conclusion? Want exactly that's that's the key issue. The federal police spent many months doing an investigation into the alleged hacking and they they concluded in their statement that they released in December that they saw no indication nation of any crimes committed by Glenn and they went out of their way to say that in fact he was very cautious and careful to make sure to distance himself from any criminal activity that that was the conclusion of the federal police investigation and then it went to the the prosecuted the public ministry. He decided to entirely ignore that conclusion. He evaluated the exact ax same evidence. There's no new evidence in this case he looked at the exact same evidence and said decided to go ahead and file these charges against Glenn which is exactly why you can see that. Everyone is up in arms about by this decision. It's there's no there's no basis for its complete distortion of of the evidence. It's twelve hundred word conversation in which the alleged hackers are speaking to to Glen and sang. we are not sure what to do here. We need to do want us to go for more evidence and he says listen. I'm a journalist. I I can't I can't direct. You need to be very clear about that but we have the we have everything saved here and so it's up to you. Decide what you WANNA do. But I don't see any reason why you need to save the evidence. And the reason why he says that he makes it clear in the conversation is because he has the constitutional authority and the professional responsibility to defend his sources to protect his sources. And that's all that he was doing what legal analysts have looked at this chat have said said that's exactly what he was doing. That's the conclusion of the federal police as well but this prosecutor decided to take things into his own hands. He's a very reactionary and activists prosecutors already been in trouble and the administrative the council within the Public Ministry is already looking into opening investigation into the prosecutor. Now what Glen and the interceptor still exposed operation car wash of course ultimately led to the imprisonment of the operation car. Wash led led to the imprisonment of the former president. Lula who has cinven since been released from prison and his imprisonment prevented him from running for president and he was clearly. The front runner ahead of Bolsonaro. Both not very threatened by Lula so if you address the significance of this and also of of course Glenn is an American citizen. Has the trump administration a close ally of Bolsa Bolsa called the trump of the Amazon has trump and the White House weighed in. I haven't seen anything from trump at the White House yet. Yeah it's very very. This is very very serious. It's a clear indication that the the Boston Arrow not a wave. That's happening Brazil which is so much. What's happening United States? which is that? There's there's no longer any respect for the freedom of the press within the administration and there's many people that are that are following his lead just like in the United States trump sets the tone and others follow suit. And that's what's happening here as well. It's very it's a very troubling situation and even if this accusation and is to be rejected it still. It's a sign that the Brazilian democracies is ever more fragile. And it's something that all journalists be be wary about because the next journalists to be subjected to this sort of intimidation maybe won't have the same fame and an international platform and Resources Glenn has and that's that's a very important thing that we need to be paying attention. We WanNa thank you so much for being with us. Andrew Fishman managing editor of the intercept Brazil. Talking about what happened to Glenn Greenwald a criminal complaint has been filed against him by the Brazilian government will follow details. And let you know I mean..

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"Meghan and their son Archie in Canada as he steps back from royal duties video from sky news shows Harry landing at Victoria's airport on Vancouver Island late Monday the video shows Harry stepping off a small passenger plane and getting into an S. U. V. on the tarmac a photographer spotted the smiling Meghan on a hike with Archie and her dogs trailed by her security detail on Vancouver Island on Monday lawyers for Meghan and Terry have issued a legal warning to UK media over the use of paparazzi photos the BBC and Sky News reported the photographs were taken by photographers hiding in the bushes and spying on her the couple are expected to spend most of their time in Canada while maintaining a home in England near Windsor Castle in an attempt to build a more peaceful life hundreds of circus animals are starting a new life of freedom at a sanctuary in South Africa after years of abuse and confinement twelve Tigers and five lions both cubs and adults are among two hundred animals that have been rescued from the circus industry in Guatemala Peru Bolivia and Colombia since twenty eighteen the use of animals in circuses have been banned in those countries the lions and Tigers were transported with chartered aircraft to South Africa then they were carried to the sanctuary in large trucks the animals were kept at a vehicle scrapyard in Guatemala for years all of needed veterinary treatment for health issues and some needed dental surgery to repair it smashed teeth some had their claws and teeth removed and some have scars because of the rough treatment and confinement the animals will not be released into the wild jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath has died at the age of ninety three at his home in Loganville Georgia A. P. music correspondent barges are a letter.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"Jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath has died at the age of ninety three at his home in Loganville Georgia A. P. music correspondent barges are a letter has a look at his Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm Marty Charlotta prince Harry's reunited with his wife Meghan and their son Archie in Canada as he steps back from royal duties video from sky news shows Harry landing at Victoria's airport on Vancouver Island late Monday the video shows Harry stepping off a small passenger plane and getting into an SUV on the tarmac a photographer spotted the smiling Meghan on a hike with Archie and her dogs trailed by her security detail on Vancouver Island on Monday lawyers for Meghan and Terry have issued a legal warning to U. K. media over the use of paparazzi photos the BBC and Sky News reported the photographs were taken by photographers hiding in the bushes and spying on her the couple are expected to spend most of their time in Canada while maintaining a home in England near Windsor Castle in an attempt to build a more peaceful life a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the state of musician prince has been dismissed A. P. music correspondent margins are a letter reports the family apart.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"Out of the limelight for years former journey lead singer Steve Perry came out of retirement about two years ago saying he originally walked away because he felt burned out taking care of yourself wasn't the thing to do but she did it up rock tear drop was a thing to do but you're still here I'm still here that's right good morning America he seventy one and that's our birthday round up for January twenty second I'm Bob Kessler explosives experts on Tuesday successfully defused an unexploded American bomb from World War two in the western German city of Cologne according to authorities the five hundred kilogram bomb was found Monday evening during construction near the Rhine river in the center of the city a TV station and the opera house had to be evacuated during the diffusing operation shipping on the river and it traffic overhead will also interrupted before the diffusing operation got underway officials closed on a bridge across the Rhine that takes most trains to colognes main train station one of Germany's major rail hubs the suspension of traffic in Cologne led to delays in train services across all of Germany almost seventy five years after the end of the wall unexploded bombs are frequently found in Germany disposing of them sometimes entails large scale evacuations as a precaution jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath has died at the age of ninety three at his home in Loganville Georgia A. P. music correspondent larges are a letter has a look as Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm Marty Charlotta trump's impeachment trial I'm to McGuire within a P. news been a president trump impeachment trial continues in the Senate house manager Hakeem Jeffries argues impeachment is the only way to stop the president the Senate and the house all the only check that are left when the president abuses his power tries to cheat in the next election undermines our national security breaks the law in doing so and then tries to cover it up Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer's tried but failed to get the Senate to approve subpoenas of various offices in the trump administration the debate now centers on his call to subpoena acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Mike purpura one of president trump's lawyer says Geoffrey's in the other managers need to get on with their case the time for the house managers to bring their case is now Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is added a third day for prosecutors and defense attorneys to present their cases I'm Tim acquire AP digital news back in a moment thank.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Philly jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath is god correspondent Pat fiber takes a look at him and his body of work you've been playing jazz since nineteen forty miles Davis and John Coltrane and says he was mentored from both DC Collette's being Charlie Parker landed in prison in the nineteen fifties result of fiction attorney told the national visionary leadership project was a local once you get into that a problem to get out of it later he formed the heath brothers toured internationally and played with White House James Caan Clinton parlance one Jim at seven twenty five extra money news on K. Y. W. peers bluebirds regular digital assistants they're everywhere and they are in a war with each other three major exams on select apple's Siri and Google Google just hate Google they have one thing in common they all tell stupid jokes Alexa not not Hey Google not not beyond that it's all about numbers who uses what the most Google says its digital system is used by more than five hundred million people every month Amazon dot com said last year that more than a hundred being gadgets have been sold with its Alexa digital assistant estimates about a year ago indicate a half billion apple devices have Siri built in but the devices are going further faster with new names sherpa founder shabby rebates stay by via in Spain says they want their assistant to tell the future we have a focus in not only on conversational and yet but also a predictive a I Google's NYC boxes they want to be useful anytime anywhere for anything it will be my French interpreter it's all about collecting data on users and selling services your advertising based on that information with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. I'm Gregg Jarrett wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the late rockstar prince has been dismissed the lawsuit vanished without fanfare leading to speculation there been settlements with defendants including Walgreens Trinity Medical Center and Dr Michael Schulenburg who treated prince in the weeks before his death he died of a fatal overdose nearly four years ago left a will and no one was charged in his death the source of the pills that killed the star remain a mystery still unresolved disposition of his estate once estimated at two hundred million dollars Gary non CBS news well the area's top federal prosecutor tries another angle to convince a judge opening of supervised injection site for drug users is against the law that's coming up on news radio it's seven twenty seven and now a page from the diary of flow dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes to progressive that inspires me because I just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but the idea is how you can see when you bundle home and auto may not be the best idea for a book save an average of seventy percent on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive maybe a radio.

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Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

"The nice music one of the world's most enduring jazz performers has passed away Grammy nominated saxophonist and composer Jimmy Hey he's he was ninety three he's started playing jazz back in the nineteen forties in the early days of be bop eventually he was playing with all the great ones like Miles Davis John Coltrane and many more he was nicknamed little bird for sharing an alto saxophone style with Charlie Parker who was known as bird he's died of natural causes in New York with his wife of sixty years Mona right there by his

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on AP News

"Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the 19 forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the 19 fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in 2003 I'm Marty Charlotta

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Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz composer and saxophone player Jimmy Heath dies at 93

"Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because he was so good at emulating Charlie Parker he's played jazz since the nineteen forties as bebop was taking off his heroin addiction in the nineteen fifties landed him in prison where he continued to write music including most of the material for the Playboys album by Chet Baker and our pepper he recorded with Miles Davis John Coltrane and his own family as the heath brothers he was named a jazz master by the national endowment for the arts in two thousand three I'm Marty Charlotta

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The White House complaints of partisanship help sink two of trump's earlier fed picks Stephen Moore and Herman Cain Scott Horsley NPR news Washington Asian markets are trading mixed at this hour the Nikkei of a quarter of a percent the hang sang down about three tenths of a percent you're listening to NPR news Super Bowl fifty four is set the Kansas City Chiefs will play the San Francisco forty Niners in Miami in two weeks the chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans today and the forty Niners beat the Green Bay Packers this evening American jazz masters died at the age of ninety three as in here is that it will be reports to me he'd side today it is home in Georgia his former bandmates include John Coltrane Miles Davis and Dizzy Gillespie and the heath brothers for one of the great jazz felt families of jazz somewhere right now to me he may be playing with former bandmates including John Coltrane Miles Davis Dizzy Gillespie and Percy heath the heath brothers were one of the great families of jobs Jimmy heath played tenor sax as a young man who was on the fast track to just start of before heroin bust in nineteen fifty five he kicked the habit in prison and soon became known for the purple ranger Vincent compositions like this one and his talents as an educator Jimmy heath was nicknamed little bird because this playing reminded fans of Charlie Parker and because he was only five foot three known for his humor to me he titled his memoir I walked with giants meadows loopy NPR news at the weekend box office in bad boys for life starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence took the top spot.

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Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

"Jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath died of natural causes this morning at his home in Georgia he was ninety three years old in a career that spanned seven decades heath was a prolific performer composer and bandleader he played with some of the biggest names in jazz like John Coltrane and Miles Davis from New York time Vitali has this appreciation Jimmy heath is best known as a saxophonist but he wrote in a range music throughout his life in two thousand thirteen when he was eighty seven years old he told me it was important to be a complete musician not just to stand up and improvise you know you got to compose I want to be a person who can compose and lease something here for posterity

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst in Virginia. Security is tight ahead of a major gun rights rally. That's expected to draw thousands of demonstrators demonstrators to Richmond. Tomorrow Governor Ralph North declared a state of emergency banning weapons from the state house grounds after reports white nationalist and other extremist groups are planning to attend NPR. Serra Malcolm has more from Richmond. The gathering in Virginia's capital city is part of an annual lobbying day attended by gun rights activists and others leaders of the gun rights group. The Virginia Citizens Defense League say they hope to host a peaceful rally during a press conference last week governor off northern acknowledged that past administrations have been peaceful hole but he said law enforcement officials are concerned about intelligence indicating that extremist groups are planning to join this year this includes out of state militia groups and and hate groups plan to travel from across the country to disrupt our democratic process with acts of violence. All weapons are banned from the State House grounds until Tuesday evening and a heavy police presence is expected during a late morning. Gun Rights Rally Sarah McCamman. NPR News Richmond. Nearly only eleven hundred people from the latest Central American Migrant Caravan turned themselves into Mexican authorities over the weekend. James Frederick has more from Mexico. Guatemala border before the the migrants made it to Mexico. President under Manuel Lopez over the door announced. His country had four thousand jobs and aid ready to receive the latest caravan so when they showed up at the border order many migrants handed themselves in but few will be allowed to stay in Mexico. The country's Migration Agency announced that the majority of those migrants will be deported saying they're simply acting in accordance with the country's migration laws however at the agency did say those who wished to apply for silent would have that opportunity. Meanwhile more in one thousand more migrants are still on the Guatemalan side at the border. They plan to March to the Mexico border crossing Monday morning for NPR news. I'm James Frederick. In Tapa Chula uh-huh Mexico president trump plans to nominate two new members to the Federal Reserve Board. NPR's Scott horsely reports trump adverse flow to the candidates names last summer after two other extract out one of the president's pick a fairly conventional nominee economist. Christopher Waller is a former professor at Notre Dame rex research at the Federal Reserve Bank in Saint Louis Trump's choice for the central bank. Whoever is sure sparked controversy economist? Judy Shelton is called for a return to the gold standard. An idea. That's well outside the mainstream. She also criticized the Fed for trying to prop up the economy during the great recession but is now calling for interest. Rate cuts unemployment's at a fifty year low Shelton's views news appear to shift depending on which Party controls the White House complaints of partisanship help sink to have trump's earlier fed picks Stephen Moore and Herman Cain Scott horsely. NPR OUR News Washington Asian markets trading mixed at this hour. The Nikkei up a quarter of a percent the Hang Seng down about three tenths of a percent you're listening to. NPR News the Super Bowl. Fifty four is set. The Kansas City chiefs will play the San Francisco. Forty niners in Miami in two weeks. The chiefs beat the Tennessee. Titans today A. and the forty niners beat the Green Bay packers. This evening at American jazz master has died at the age of ninety three as NPR's Neda ulaby reports Jimmy Heat side today at his is home in Georgia. His former bandmates include John Coltrane Miles Davis Dizzy. Gillespie and the heath brothers one of the Great Jazz Fan families of jazz somewhere right right now. Jimmy Heath may be playing with former bandmates including John Coltrane Miles Davis Dizzy. Gillespie and Percy Heath. The heath brothers were one of the great families of jobs. Jimmy Heath played tenor sax as a young man who was on the fast track to just started before a heroin bust nineteen fifty five. He kicked the habit in prison and and soon became known for superb arrangements. And compositions like this one and his talents as an educator Jimmy Heath was nicknamed Little Bird because his playing reminded fans of Charlie early Pirker and because he was only five foot three known for his humor to me he titled Has Been More. I walked with giants Netto Ulaby. NPR News News at the weekend box office bad boys for life starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence took the top spot with fifty nine million dollars in estimated ticket sales. The Sony Action action-packed Buddy comedy is the third installment of the franchise. After a seventeen year hiatus in second place the fantasy adventure film. Do Little with twenty two million dollars the world war one film nineteen seventeen fell to the third spot with twenty two million dollars this weekend. I'm Jeanine Herbst N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Hi. I'm Greg Olsen. This is serial killers a podcast original every every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial. Oh killers and all other park has originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar in this episode will way deep into the horrific murders committed by Neville heath known throughout Britain as the lady killer at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help today. We're discussing Neville Heath an English World War Two pilot who became well known for a horrifically killing two women in Nineteen forty-six and attempting to assault and kill more even before the murders never was notorious Torius for his good looks and charm which he frequently employed to come on his unsuspecting victims last week we covered nevels childhood good and his lifelong yearning for an upper class lifestyle but by the time he was twenty nine in one thousand nine hundred forty six a series of failures had plunged him into the massive depression. This week will follow Neville as he reaches his breaking point and progresses from petty criminal to murderer in Nineteen forty-six. Neville heats life was in ruins his appetite for luxury. We had gotten him in trouble with the law. After he developed a habit of stealing from and impersonating the British elite his penchant for fraud and theft left tim divorced alone and jobless his attempts at getting a commercial pilot's license had failed because of his criminal record in early June June he was grounded for good he drank heavily and occasionally blacked out the only other thing he put any effort into was conning beautiful beautiful women on June Fifteenth Neville was doing exactly this when he met Twenty One year old Yvonne Simmons at a service Reunion the union dance in London. Yvonne lived with her family in the seaside English town of worthing about two hours south of London. Neville introduced himself says Jimmy a Lieutenant Colonel But evonne sensed no deception she was immediately taken with his handsome man who claimed to be a war hero and eagerly agreed to a date never took Yvonne to the Panama Club an exclusive members only restaurant this choice of venue thoroughly thoroughly impressed Yvonne and never could tell she was trusting enough to be an ideal mark after a few drinks. He boldly insisted that evonne sleep with him. Yvonne was a virgin and politely declined. Neville didn't press the issue instead. He asked for a second date. The two went out the very very next day and this time Neville proposed marriage arguing that since the war had just ended they as survivors of those terrible years should surely seize the day swept off her feet. Yvonne Shyly agreed and Neville once again suggested they sleep together. Neville most likely had no intention of marrying Yvonne. He'd been known to propose to women. He courted to get them into bed quickly and his ploy worked again here here he took Yvonne to the Pembridge Court Hotel and signed them in as a married couple he then let her upstairs to room for afterwards awards. Neville asked Yvonne to stay a few more days but she demurred. She needed to get back to her parents house. In worthing she returned home on a high hi eager to tell her family about her charming new fiancee. Jimmy never called her a few days later on Thursday June twentieth nineteen forty six fix to check in as normal fiancee might despite the fact that Neville likely didn't plan on ever seeing Yvonne again. He continued playing in his role as the doting fiancee to perfection he was an experienced compartmentalize. Her Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg according to psychologist. Dr Richard Nicastro compartmentalization is designed to keep secret and non-secret worlds separate Britt from one another it can be used to protect unsavory actions or thoughts from interfering with how one views themselves for Neville despite the darkness lurking within him he still identified as a charming upper class hero but this self-deception isn't sustainable the compartmentalize untilization can only act contrary to their self perception for so long eventually the walls they've built begin to crumble by late June. One of Nineteen forty-six never was perhaps reaching his limit only a few days after leaving von Nevels walls it came fully crashing down on June twentieth never went out drinking with a friend Leslie Terry at the Trevor Arms Pub in the London neighborhood of Knightsbridge that night he noticed a woman alone at the bar named Margery Gardner thirty two year old margery Gardner was a talented artist and actress well known around the Chelsea Drinking Sane. She had a young daughter and was recently separated from her husband. Never later said Marjorie was only a casual azules acquaintance in the last two or three weeks. I had seen her several times in the NAG's head. Sometimes I saw her to at clubs. I belong to Marjorie recognize recognize Neville at the Trevor Arms but knew him by the name Jimmy Heath but to made eye contact never went over to chat her up he introduce Sturdy Terry who left the two alone soon after Terry would later estimate that by the time he left Neville had already had about twenty four reports of beer over the course of several hours. The number may have been an exaggeration but regardless. Neville was extremely inebriated like with Yvonne Neville used his entry to the Ritzy Panama Club to impress Marjorie while they're they ran into Marjorie ex boyfriend who had a twenty something something nurse on his arm rattled and Jealous Marjorie was determined to have a more enjoyable night that her ex Neville and Marjorie left the club after midnight good night after some debate. Neville convinced an extremely inebriated Marjorie to go back to a hotel with him and called a cab herald harder. A taxi driver picked Neville and Marjorie up from the Panama Club and ten minutes later delivered them to the Pembridge Court Hotel Herald. Herald noted that the couple was extremely drunk so much so that Marjorie didn't seem aware of what was going on he watched them both stumble into the hotel on-drove off there was no night porter on duty but Neville still signed the registry he wrote Lieutenant and Colonel Heath and signed Marjorie and as Mrs Heath. It's possible that using his real last name suggests Neville had no intention of committing a crime crime if he had he might have made more of an effort to conceal his identity regardless never lead Marjorie upstairs to room number four most same two bedroom suite that he had taken Yvonne's virginity in only a few days before according to the book handsome Brute Neville alleged t shut off the light for for the night and then blacked out he came to in the early hours of the morning he was on the floor confused to see the light had been turned back on his confusion turn to shock when he saw margery lying dead on the bed closest to the window looking down Neville saw he he was covered in blood. This description suggests Neville fits the criteria of a disorganized killer this type of classification was created did by the FBI to help profile serial killers disorganized kills are often spontaneous opportunistic enacted out under the influence a disorganized killer might also flee to avoid capture and sometimes won't remember committing a crime whether or not he meant to kill Margerie devil understood the severity of what he'd done in a daze he hurriedly packed and left the Pembridge Court hotel on scene he immediately fled London and headed for Brighton an English city about an hour train ride away. He arrived later that morning on June twenty first nineteen forty-six once in in Brighton Neville called Yvonne ever the attended fiancee. He told her he wanted to come to worthing to meet her parents. It was only thirty minutes from brighten so he'd be there shortly. Meanwhile back at the Pembridge the hotels made Rotas spooner was sent to room for at nine ten. Am to check on the heat's as far as the PEMBRIDGE staff is concerned. No one had come down for breakfast or checked out. There was no answer when wrote I knocked so she hesitantly opened the unlocked door. A woman lay under the covers of the bed closest to the door while the second bed it was unoccupied road asked if she'd be down for breakfast but there was no answer assuming the woman was still asleep. Rhoda left after a few more attempts to clean the room. The assistant manager Alice was alerted around two. PM Allah censured the room a little more boldly. She drew back the curtains and pushed the sheets away from arteries face in an attempt to rouse her but she was greeted with a horrifying.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Guy. So awhile back. I had a lightning storm. I had a big Cree in the back of my property. Get wet call companies out to take a look at price and can be prices, which were I thought pretty doggone high. But I said that he insurance company what were you guys pay on this? And the insurance company told me clearly they said there's an industry agreement of own seven hundred and fifty dollars on this on this kind of damage on crease. I so I never heard of that. I did see them my policy, but because of where was at the three guide they had to go back on the property. It was expensive job to truck it out of there. So is there is there not that? I get lied to what's going on. Well, I'd say definitely that policy industry agreement on a certain amount for the trees or sorry for lightning and things like that. I don't believe there's an industry. The agreement that all depends on what's in the policy for that particular company. That's where the that's what the difference is kinda come yet. Always look in that policy and see for the what if issues and also if you have a claim, I'm sorry deductible amount. That's that's the biggest thing if you have a claim you have the doctoral. That's the big thing. Gotta be worried about or know about your policy and also look at the little small things in the policy as far as if lightning earthquake all these different things. I don't know about the industry agreement portion for that particular company. That's nothing. Well. More than one company because I grabbed that company guess out of malice. Title someplace else in wherever I shopped with the two other companies major insurance companies they told me yet. That's it that we don't pay any more than that. Yeah. So as far as industry agreement. I doubt that I'm aware of. So I mean, like, I said all all comes down to actually patients that policy and see what's in it. Specially when you're making the claim like that thanks for the call Mike four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty is number real quick question here real quick answer. The question may ramble because that's what I do. Just a quick answer. We talked to Jimmy heath from he three service earlier in the show's all tree thing is will insurance pay for me to go for a company to go up in my trees and cut down the death stuff that might be an issue later. No, that's your own personal upkeep. It's almost like insurance won't pay for you to get better pipes in your home to keep it from, you know, pipes bursting and things like that. If you see some that could be a potential risk, and you don't take care of it. That's your own personal upkeep. That's not on you guys. That's on. Personal upkeep of your home. If something does happen, then obviously the claim happens. And of course, we'll we'll take we won't say. Okay. Yeah. If you clear this clear that and you keep anything happening. We'll pay you for that. Not do. I mean, why would I do the personal upkeep if I know sooner or later following then you'll take care of it all hopefully, like your home enough to where that doesn't you don't want that trust. I we'll be back with toy MCI from. You're listening to the home fix it show. Non-core dishes, the home fix it show right here on news ninety five five AM seven fifty W S V as we head towards the bottom of the hour. Let's go to traffic.

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"jimmy heath" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"jimmy heath" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And national riders with a common theme its literature in activism and you've got roxanne gay with her new memoir on food and her own body michael white is gonna talk about coq creating occupy wall street i'll let waldman is joining her huh has been michael shaven talk about their new book on israel's occupation the westpac they do like to poke bears done this but also you know one of the speakers and particularly excited about is a former bernie sanders adviser becky bond on saturday she is going to be talking about both her activism with a sanders campaign and what she sees go on forward she's a good of when it comes to the big picture of and also for some legal entertainment scott teuro is going to talk to john kiecker the local defense attorney and i guess public radio listeners do read books so us lead and it's always exciting to be around other booklovers it reminds you you're not alone in loving books you're the bay area book fair isn't kwy tomorrow and sunday now a ninety yearold bebop or as fresh is today oh oh that's pretty s jimmy heath these ninety years old and his brother albert heath better known as tutte is the little kid in the family he just heard eighty two an extra them they recorded a few years ago and their two of the best reasons to make it at the cinema for the healdsburg jazz festival which is opening tonight a lot of jazz festivals are kind of about to smooth.

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