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"joe raposo" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"joe raposo" Discussed on KCRW

"To talk about the album Arena. Haiti, you Oh, my gosh. Hi, Steve. Do you take isthe one of what a beautiful voice. We've also got another beautiful voice. Jason Alexander is on the line. Another voice featured on the album. You might remember Jason is Ah, yeah. George Costanza on Seinfeld. Jason, Will you ever live that down by the way? Well, hopefully the album will redeem maybe from my horrible singing is George. But without that I have no chance to arena I want to. I want to establish why why you decided to do this album in the first place? Um, I went and made a kid and Andi. Once I became a mom. I started to feel this void in Children's music, and I was losing my mind after singing the wheels on the bus for the 3/1000 time. And I grew up on classic Sesame Street, and I just remembered the purity of the music and the simplicity of the music. And I thought, you know what it's time to revisit. It's the music of Joe Raposo and Jeff Mosque, specifically, who were the original composer's I just wanted to bring back their message and their simplicity with new voices. Basically, you're a vocal teacher Arena for blind kids. And I guess you describe yourself as an advocate for the blind, right. I mean that you do a lot for the blind community. How did you get involved with that? Cause we like seven years ago, I decided I was going to say yes to every opportunity. And that led me to a job at the Academy of Music for the Blind As a voice teacher. I never thought I would get to work with the blind, but I said yes, Someone asked me to do it nice and sure, I'll figure it out. And I fell in love with that community because their connection to music is so much deeper than the sighted world. I've studied music my whole life, and I've never heard a connection like that. They just find a deeper place to sing from, and I was learning as much from them as I was trying to impart to them from my vocal teacher wisdom, Jason, How'd you get involved in all of this? Serena and I worked together years ago on a musical theater piece here in town. I got to direct her, and it was just a little love fest. She's she's not only Ah, lovely actress. But as you can tell from hearing her speak for a minute, a lovely human being. And I knew she was deeply involved in in her work with an advocacy for the blind and She emailed me and said, I'm doing this crazy project. I hate to bother you, but I'm not. You know what? Everybody was always stepping on eggshells. And and I said This sounds like fun. I called her visit. Yes. You've been on Sesame Street before right? I didn't get to do so. I did one episode that I've worked with the Muppets fairly frequently. I did an episode of the Muppet Show and I did something else with the Muppets. But I did an episode of Of Sesame Street, and I dealt I think I dealt mostly with Oscar Oscar. The Grouch is the one who lived in the Osterberg. Tragic. I guess they thought George Costanza on Oscar would have a lot of your also Jason. Not new to the world of music, either. I want to hear a little number that you did that that saved on the way back machine. Let's give a listen..

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"joe raposo" Discussed on X96

X96

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe raposo" Discussed on X96

"R. O. W. so I live on stage songs sketches and roofing a movie the Sean Claude van Damme nineteen eighty six epic no retreat no surrender and that's gonna be fun maybe you'll be sitting next to me we have our tickets all you do okay we'll see you there yes so the rest of the movies brought you won't no okay fine so strong word we leave off where do we go motherless Brooklyn with one last smile when you say that yeah the Edward Norton wrote directed stars really yes okay he can do that and the first two things are great and the third one and and the third was the problem should have cast someone he it well okay here's the thing big it's based on a novel and it's about a guy who works for a detective and he of the stake outs and so on and he has to rats which manifest south manifests in Texas and twitches and blurting out words and so on and Edward Norton is way too in love with doing those kind of characters and use a primal fear you saw the score where he played you know mentally challenged people or people faking to be mentally challenged he he really he really likes to go over the top into those kind who doesn't actor you things and and it works against him in the eight as the as the director and the right as you expect it from young it it just it just it's not believable enough interest you tracks too much from the main body of the movie so you'll be like his writing you like is directing so he should have called mark Ruffalo to play this part is when you that would be mark Russell would be a good sub forever yours gesture has history as history has shown us in any way that this is nineteen fifties his boss played by Bruce Willis really gets gets killed in a stake out there in a second gone bad and so Norton's character Lionel decides he's going to try to figure out why who killed and why why like what concept what but his boss was up yeah sounds like a great plot it is the voice I sent the fifties which is a surprise anybody read the book which was not said that it is it was set in the nineties when the film but when the movie when the book came out but in this case yeah he's reset in the fifties and he is put all of the gospel put on top of that if fictionalized version of the battle over New York City development with the with the activist here played by cherry Jones of verses the imperious city builder hoses of the Robert Moses was that was the real person's name there's a fictionalized Moses around office the fictionalized played by Alec Baldwin perfect out of all that yeah because if you want to play like people drunk with power hello Bollinger guy I mean look at look at that look at thirty rock look at his truck impersonation I worry about being typecast yes when I was a game show good a really solid cast here Bob account of let's say man about the raw great actresses she's good at center of this yeah one to follow as well wow yeah everybody that good people it is it is a fascinating story but if you have the the the the traction the the the the one problem is is starting to perform so you would have a little money would again at four stars if three and a half of my okay yeah so is dead if it were of Norton and just tone down the techs a little bit and now it's just a movie it's in wide release that is playing everywhere yes okay all right motherless Brooklyn three started it's rush because there are running out of time because we do want to spend some time with judge Iraq okay here it is a biopic of Harriet Tubman okay played by Cynthia Revo who won the Tony for color purple in December third movie and she family as the starring role serves it is it is that a great sort of old fashioned heroic by OPEC and she's great in a good supporting cast Leslie autumn junior is in here some other people and yeah it it makes you wish they would get off the dime and put her on the twenty third darn set off time and put it on the twenty other other point I'll go find a three and a half stars free I have for Harriet Tubman alright Joe Joe Raposo rabbit yes this is this is being talked up as one of the movies of the year possible Best Picture really wow it is ninety forty five and you have a ten year old boy who really wants to be in the Hitler youth and he he gave us a show is show stuff shows you know because this goes to the summer camp and and that is all in he's all in except he's a timid little boy and and when the the the he's taunted to to kill a rabbit to show how devoted his to the fatherland he can't do it and so he gets the nickname judge rabbit this is forty five so the war is going anyway if if they're the end of the war but he doesn't know that its going badly because he's a kid now he just knows the propaganda yeah now that that propaganda is filtered into his head to the point where he has an imaginary friend who's it off at lower sure who who who encourages them to you know do everything it can to be the best **** and the the the heather here is played by take a white tee tee the the new Zealand's median actor and director who also directed the film and and wrote the screenplay based on the novel I thought that was interesting I heard him interviewed and he said I wrote the screenplay based on my mom told me about this story she had read the book before he did all he said the way she told it to me is not how it's in the book but I wrote the screenplay based on her so that you can tell if you read the book watch the movie that's the that's the movie that his mom pitched to him rather different okay yeah so and the and the kids to the kid goes back home to his single mom played by Scarlett Johannson who has a very different view of the war as as you see over time and every Arian and she and she well one one one of the way she's resisting is that she has a Jewish girl teen girl hiding in the bay in the attic and which the kid discovers hello Joe Joe does not know about judge Joe Joe finds out about and so does he tell his friend Hitler and well all okay one Hitler yes and then and there and therein lies the town this is a fascinating look at authoritarianism and the way you know though the way propaganda and analyze can be filtered through a small child's imagination idiot young people say okay you can't be funny if you can't beat you can be funny about Hitler never mind that Mel Brooks of Charlie Chaplin Chuck Jones yeah very famous people have been funny about Hitler exactly if you do it right and this movie in my mind doesn't right I know there are people who disagree and other people think no way you can this doesn't work and they yup I I I value those opinions and and I did our Sam I understand where they're coming from other leading it's it's right it's on the edge its it is on the edge and some people may think it's a little too much your mileage may vary I thought it worked and I think and and I think it's it's kind of brave in an age where we have some people we've heard of say that beyond not these are very fine people it's it is there's a bit of courage to try to make a message now days saying reminding people yet there was bad yeah it was Hitler was evil and I thought it was funny well the real one is not funny imaginary one that's another thing if your if your report wondering about seeing this of the HBO making off it's about a fifteen minute long making of Joe Joe rabbit I guess they have money invested in it and the eighty it's winter views and scenes from the movie watch that and then I will give you a good indication of what the movies like and if it's for you okay all right if so what do you have a three and a half wow three and a half stars for Georgia rabbit let's run these down parasites will have your review coming up but this afternoon this afternoon this evening on movie cricket dot net movie cricket dot net first love three and a half stars arctic dogs not screen terminator dark fate two and a half stars motherless Brooklyn three stars let's see Herriot three and a half stars in Joe Joe rabbit three and a half stars and that refusal is on a central bank all right and what we got next we know doctors the Oscars Lee well to the shining Stephen King Stephen King yes and then last Christmas it is November it's early November so there for Christmas movies yeah this one of the nearly a Clark and had been holding and it's a romance Buffy director no he's an Emma Thompson co wrote and co stars give it a minute okay I'm I'm worried because on seeing the trailer I is also suspect elation what the plot is based on based on what we saw from the trailer and if it is that I'm going to.