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"john lomax" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Movie is good, though very heard that odds was telling me about this. Good this is so yeah. So I. The trying to go back to messing with the. The, the you know the Justice League characters they have and I don't I. Don't think that that's a smart thing. No I mean. I even read Justice League movie. It's funny. I was thinking of also including this story today, because we just had so much, but like Zach Snyder recently talked about justly again, and he's saying well. It's my just simply is not really connected to what he's doing. Now it's more of my snyder verse, and all these different films are going in different directions, so you're going to establish like a whole `nother. I. Listen I. Don't mean constantly should on the DC films like I really enjoyed vertebrae. I liked wonder woman. The lushes am. Joker was great, but I think you establish you. The flash is first before you start playing around such a big playground, okay? I think this might be a mistake. Mark chance will mark. mischance he says here Microsoft's plans for the next generation I think Microsoft is doing the smart thing trying to build an ecosystem with their games rather than win a brick selling contest with Sony Nintendo. Awesome. In the long run. This is the best way to win back. Microsoft loss for the from the last generation. Who like me switch to? Instead of getting a console, not definitely right about that. That game pass is going. Be Incredible if they work at. A bills goodwill this customers in dips into the norms pie that is the PC gaming market, and that is from longtime viewer. It says Mark Shansi, but is says. Hello Katie Oh kitty. No Great Very supportive. Yeah, thank you for the. For the email agree. We've been talking about the whole show. Exactly. It's a smart strategy and shot that I mean at ten was always going to do their own thing Nintendo they're gonna be fine, but like Sony hasn't really been looking at what xbox has been doing, and it could be is happens every generation. You get the top dog the previous generation they get arrogant, and they don't pay attention the future this is maybe this is happening right now. Quiet plays to and topgun delayed ban. Hong Tran has put out there. Delay to twenty twenty. One I'm not surprised at all in their sauce. Come out in the fall. Yeah, all these films in the far can be delayed tenant. Who just was announced today about that? And now you got a new all these other moves gonNA. Do the same thing man, so it's. GOING GONNA. Give man anything going to be Odi, you think. Great Question I would love to have tended to I. Mean I'm not to not to you would. You laughing already. Yeah, you would. Probably Cristiano he's all about the. Cinema and how? That's the only way you can experience that film and that. Kind of funny if it went to. The studio. We risk. Long enough! Need to make our money, you know who say this movie right now. Set the fuck up is going to be Odeen. Sorry If there's any comedies. Coming out in the fall does go to video. Because you don't need. To you think films. I mean because they would do will think horror films will do well. Comedies will do really well. It's the big epochs stuff like Buluan black widow. Going Vod. They're going to wait on those. They'll sit on those for awhile. sledding, horror, films and comedies. I could see those going to the OD and made it family films. Yeah, we see that's the one that's kind of the most success. My job is going on the net flicks i. read all the. Street services okay. At trolls do which was kind of the case for a lot of the scoop. Yep, sounds do well Yeah I. Really wonder about a quiet place because a quiet please can afford to go to be od. Quickly to. Imagine I know that the original one was actually very inexpensive like nineteen million dollars to make an inmate. I imagine the second one I mean I probably cost more, but I imagine them tour. Films are typically. You know they have a low budget. I like to watch. It looks good. Those already I'll move. I can maybe wash later There's already a porn parody of Hamilton. I'm shocked at it. Took this John Lomax fake? Slow Mexi just sent it over on one against the porn name. Hamill Cock. Like.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo

Bear and a Banjo

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo

"The search for information about this elusive figure has overtaken my musical and sociological study. Every new clue each new testimonial or bit of evidence I uncover adds another piece to the Jigsaw puzzle picture. I am working to assemble Mr Bear and his partner who called himself Jay. Banjo seemed to have been present and even influential at many of the signal events in the history of American vernacular music from Parchman farm to New Orleans from the Bristol sessions. Two sons -TUDIOS for years experts haven't been able to agree on exactly where Barron Banjo should even fit into the neatly categorized world of modern music. The pop up all around history. They're sort of like Kaiser. Soza of the musical world musical ghost stories if you will story Beirne. Banjo isn't just about music. Also about their proximity. History Luckily J. Banjo had a new technology on the portable recording device influenced by the characters he would soon meet. Lomax is in bear believed that recorded music and voices of regular American preventers to the rest of the ever expanding and modern American so they took the medium of recorded sound on the road to the people open up a whole new wave music which would in turn become the Fokker. This first wave of recorded folk music consisted primarily hillbilly songs race records and other indigenous. American sounds bear this musical opportunities and voices for the voiceless for Banjo. He saw dollar signs and another day Banjo here. I'm just outside New Orleans. We got some city full gear with technology to bring my songs to the masses. I missed my chance. Back with them. Bristol sessions but the Lomax here now. They've been canvassing the country. This is my chance to make it all the way to the big apple as a showman. I haven't seen bear and some time now. I'm making my way with or without him. Perhaps these tunes are enough to get me signed on merit alone but if not there's always bear if I can track them down timid where could he be? Where could he be? No one had seen the locks of bearer for some time Barron J. Banjo parted ways after their initial Rana musical encounters in the early not ten thirty J. Banjo knew that in order to fulfill his musical drains. They'd have to remain in the meantime. There's that record and honing wrecked the record credited to Walter. Boy did not sound like any record made in the nineteen thirties or indeed in the pre vinyl era that is characteristic of the recordings made by the bear. Who seems to have? Been a johnny appleseed of musical some of which had an immediate influence on entertainers and songwriters he encountered while others lay dormant for years before finding expression and songs that appeared for the first time in the nineteen forties nineteen fifties and even into the nineteen seventies through the library of Baylor University. Where Governor Okay? Allen's papers are kept. I made contact with. Dj Brebner the son of the late governors longtime secretary body Bremner. It was my good fortune that bounty a- bachelor had cared for his father during a long convalescence and committed to memory stories. He heard many times. My father was the governor side every day. Saturdays included and often Sundays as well. I heard him speak a number of times about this character. Mister Banjo who I understand to have been a white man and Mr Bear. Who was a Negro. My father thought it unusual that Mister Banjo appear to defer to Mr Bear when they first came into the Governor's orbit it was assumed. That bad was banjos later. My father said he was quite certain that the lines of authority extended in the other direction. Although in those days in that part of the world is not. Something careful would've advertised during a sabbatical semester. I traveled to lose Yana with a copy of the song called born this way and played it at African American retirement homes and to shreveport saloons that catered to a Clyde tell of senior citizens several of the elderly patrons suggested that they knew the name of the singer on my tape recorder but there was no agreement between them. Change Right now on mind. Woodrow Adams I met him once in a while. Mba saw him perform on the back of a cabbage truck. Yeah I know who big travel with white may not kumate? I knew the man who name it. Too Big grading her newsroom from somewhat retinal couldn't help over two journeys totaling thirty. Three days is symbol. What I believe to be the true story of how Governor Allan came into possession of the record attributed to Walter void. The more I learn the more certain I became that I had indeed discovered previously unknown recording by the lost musician called Mr Bear. The first key was my discovery that during his days. In the governor's mansion okay. Alan came to be acquainted with John. Lomax the Lomax is people you might WanNa know. If you're trying to digest the story rooted in American Twentieth Century History they were folklorist and the Lomax John and Alan roam the American south making recordings of spirits blues and Folk Music Google. If you can interesting feller share once. I knew that I was able to fill in much more of the story with the invaluable aid of the lomax archive at the American folklife center of the Library of Congress. We owe much very understanding of American Blues. John and Alan Lomax in the course of their journeys. Low Max. Father and son recorded prisoners like iron head Baker Clear Rock Platt they were intellectual bat acids and their day. So was John Lomax. Felt that convicts who had been locked up for a long time. Perserve the purity of the folk and Blues Songs. They remembered uncorrupted by accessed the new inventions radio and phonograph records the law. Max's recorded non prisoners too and that is how they came to know. The man referred to in their notes as J Banjo. Today's the day I play my book repertoire from the NOMEX sure I might not be from the field or some small town but I got folk music in me all that time spent with Mister Bay has brought it out. I know I see it and I think that they'll see that. I'm the real deep and not some phony Bologna city focus showy vaudevillian tricks to to make a quick buck. My songs that good and they're going to stand the test of time with or without bear. The lomax were approached by Banjo in a boarding house outside New Orleans. He said he had heard that the famous song collectors were passing through and wondered if he might see they're recording machine. He explained that he was a musician. Himself an amateur collector of folklore. The Father John. Lomax was annoyed by this fast talking. Stranger Young Allen was amused and showed him the three hundred and fifteen pound uncoated aluminum disc recorder that father and son drove from town to town. Of course luckily for US songs and interviews lomax recorded from that era are available online for anybody to check up. Penny whistle mock. Was that though sessions and we pulled an interview of his account from the loses fella. He asked if he might record a song on the apparatus believe. He said he was curious to hear his own voice. The younger of the two told him he can come back the next day when they can be set up to the cord at the local Methodist Church Hall. Well the next moon. That's strange fellow appeared at church. Karen a tenant guitar and waited walk all sorts of the folks singers fiddlers Banjo players and aspire and crews auditioned their songs at the end of the session. The older one let that same fellow offer up a tune and that was pretty good. We believe the person he was talking about to be none other than J Banjo. Banjo was confident as could be. He played not only to the recording machine and to the low marks but to all the other aspirants in the church. He offered a parade of songs. That neither law Max had heard before the Rodeo at Cherokee.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

15:01 min | 1 year ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Know he you know he turns to gold at nineteen aware goat her eric. I'm trying to find out what this a similar to Cameron Park. WASHBURN has family. Let me see here. What did it say his his living was raised selling goes he was successful and most of the community was support infringing towards Washburn in his family but unfortunately the local Ku Klux Klan was not so please -I washburn posted a sign on the bridge age which read this way to the Goldmans this action angered members of the clan and on fateful night August of nineteen thirty eight they drove their cars across a bridge with their headlights off took washburn from his home and family in dragged him to the bridge? The legend goes that they fit it a noose over his head in threw him over the bridge but when they looked to see if he was dead his body had disappeared into the water no Martin into the spirit spirit where they say here the return to his family. According to legend Washburn was never seen or heard from again a was not so. I don't know I don't know this is a made up tale and not but then I took a dark it was pressing turn a no was terrifying. They know of the plan was in next. That's that's some scary. Shit sure be scared of Ghost. Yeah I like the way it's supposed to be about the Goldman most horrible things like they lynched him on the phone. It just passed right over that yeah. Oh Yeah clan lynched a black man but but also the Goldman though can use it. Oh they listened Negro spook. That's fucked up yeah. No nobody gave us Goatman OATMAN. I was looking for actual goat monster here in the Lynch and what I talk to the African American bid for some ended up to the clan the most harmful Hongo story. We've never heard things are ruining on nightmare. You see here John Lomax quick quick joke question Lomax so mix. Can you predict how a porn parody will be made joker. Doesn't you don't want that Komo that that'd be the most fucked up sex you've ever seen this is just be ornamental home some he's they just up as the joker enough for that does a story Linda self to a porn parody a little more. You say no but I've seen I've seen plenty of things I thought what can never be done. Okay porn one thing I can say about porn. They will pull off some of the most unpredictable an amazing things that you never thought could be done. They have no shame no limits so the they could you might not agree with the potato they could do it. They can do it if they can do it with this. I'll buy it all right. You know you put your money on money on it. Okay we'll watch it together. Cj Stephen says best of the decade is going to be hard man. I want to ask if there's any chance you guys are the best best of the decade last are listed recap of films possibly music over the Indus year. you know I see what you're saying. We're about not too close up close and say we are closing at a decade next year. I you know what man I tell you what I am. Not GonNA shoot that I did down on think about it. I don't know do something formal with that but that is a good question because I would go back and think top twenty top what I'm looking for one right now like something I can say all right. This is a doubtedly the best of the decade from from twenty ten to twenty twenty twenty twenty one at the dog. Come out like two thousand eight something like that. I just missed race. I think so now that'll be one as definitely besse decade for me man. I mean and there's some things you like so much equally just in different ways yeah yeah yeah. I don't know man I mean maybe some of you do if you start to see movies in the bulk that we do. It really gets to a point where it's hard art just single out things now. You know what I mean yeah. It's only eat like even if somebody said what's your top ten for the decade. I'm like how to put me in Boston. Yeah I don't know man of I mean just given it a kick things off. I'll say binges benches of something that I mean. I if I'm just looking at it like my. Let's just take out hyphen. I kind of stores. I'm just looking at something just did something and nothing was nothing we did. We never saw being able to be done and it happened. Sure the yeah those those last two vendors movies like who could imagine something built that long yeah that long and then have such an amazing satisfying conclusion yeah. I'll probably have to say if I fucking take a collective of movies. The whole Leb marble has done. I know you're thinking of course you got you. As you all up in Ayrshire Marvel listen I mean let's take all our biases. This is out like I said earlier and think about it. A binges did something that marvel did something in this decade that was cinematic unachieved before I'd have to say that just complement along side of that. Is there anything else other movies. It'd be cool if on what up son you'll recap some of the craziest stories in the news from the decade as well thanks for great show yeah man was we shall see. We see that's a great question though I appreciate that thank you thank you Ian Ramsey. It'd be last one. He says Hey guys with a lot of shows and movies today lacking substance and originality and other story only to justify with complete characters vice versa. Do you think we're going to keep on getting more rehash stuff today with the same predictable tropes. If if we don't acknowledge this bill is though it's an attempt to introduce us to the same scenario with minor tweaks. I think you would be very very pessimistic Hessam mystic in that area. If you look around you right now you were saying maybe it's not on big screen but you were saying a lot a lot of great shows and movies on streaming maybe in a different place and I would even say with the movies now listen you and I disagreed read on. How good joke isn't if you gave it a matinee but I it's it really is something where they took a chance? Is something different yeah so I I think we get lost up in all hype of cinemas not what it used to be. Yeah I mean but sometimes it's like. It's not like it used to be well win. Math I feel like two thousand was last time. It was like repeating stuff back there. It's been going on for a while aw things change and they do get better are good things just shift you know what it is is that original and experimental experiment mental movies used to get more of a showcase that that's what it is yes so so for more that you are GonNa go to streaming or or hit the ending the and I have an opinion on because I read I think being that we have a shift in how we consume entertainment. A lot of people still we're still associating with movies with the big screen. A lot of people don't want to sacrifice at and I get it but I think that as time we'll go on generations come up technology and the home get better in everybody's scared style and the social the social aspect and the joy watching movies with with the Group of other people. That's going to be lost. My experience is not that great great all the time watching the group other people are group people don't like I like going to the theater to watch movies when his barely anybody there yes. That's that's that's that's. That's my alternate experience. Yes I hear you and I I do too like I said I had a great experience going to watch the depth of Dick on Friday hanging out at the Alamo. Was it sold out. I totally expected to be so I was like not even try. It's a it's a Alamo exclusive. No I didn't even I didn't even expect it to be sold. Oh I've been to some small Alamo moves before they don't really sell out unless they re less. The Alamo really hypes it up. Okay data was half full and it was cold people on joining a group of people really got the film and they were laughing and it was a great experience but I think as time goes on Ah I do knows what's going to happen with the theater experience. You Probably GonNa have the theater being like for big event movies that just need to be seen on a big screen and then you're gonNA have to settle for small movies just watching them when I say smaller I'm talking about like your non big budget special effects genre movies don't have to be content with watching those on the screen green and I think a lot of people at home watching watching them at home. I think a lot of people were just having a problem in just in the back especially again the center files just the other day who was talking about how the Irishman how was such a shame that I wasn't shown on the big screen for enough for long enough people to see it and you had to see this way and people in the comments section jumped on a critical saying you know could tell me how to see these these just biasing it at home yeah because we do. You have a screening for coming up. It's in the daytime is three and a half hours folk then. I'm sorry I'm not going to that knows the thing I was like. This is the one time because usually when I'm like Oh thank God. They don't show it in a theater. That's all I wanna see it. This is the one time like I think I'd rather watch it at home. They better data feed me. I'm talking about food and alcohol. Yeah you better be Irishman. Their points you know three and a hat and say I love I love it experienced not for three and a half hours today I call me. I've been called all before manual. You don't really love movies. I guess I don't know how to wash them and I do not a magazine for you. We are you gonna go see dolemite might don't Miss My name. I believe I am Monday. Be is in a day. Is it a date and Martin uh-huh yeah yeah no no like I said with these movies when they're gonNA do doubled screening of theater impact on television television. I always try to catch an theater like especially watching Roma that way that was that was much better than me trying to watch it at home man. I'm telling you the Irish men trailer and the movie. I'm dying to see it. Don't get me wrong. This thing looks Sheeran. under the contract management can only fire driver on very specific Heus did him a Kermit the frog ray remodel right so so you have a show of any moving violations drink on the job ever hit anybody on a job yeah. I don't think so all right then. We don't have nothing to worry about. What should it be? My cousin Russ Limbaugh Cellino. Hey Nice to meet you. It was like the army followed orders. Did the right thing got rewarded the friend of ours you some new trouble the cop okay. I'm Mike so there was nobody in this country who didn't know Jimmy. Hoffa was always charge a guy with a gun with a knife. Thank you runaway Gun Huron which you like to be a part of history yes big business and the government working together trying to pull us apart. Something's gotTa be done though she say. Now's not the time. Let's say that war would be long gone with our friend. It's gotTa sit down. Everybody says I'm not sitting. I can't do it what it is I think. I don't know why it's GonNa happen either way. He's going. I was going to watch a little bit of this. I haven't even seen this trailer but yeah either. I don't think it will be the. Ma Netflix you know they're gonNA feed us anything about that and he did it for Roman Romo's where they well yeah. I guess they were really pushing for their Oscar right. When he pushed an they they pushed food and is three and a half hours like did the by law? They obligate videos. I don't think that's not true the wondering what if have intermission that would be nice. It's a chance to get up and go pee not missing yeah yeah no man well. I'll tell you what you know. What if you have to get it up you can watch it on Netflix? Then I get my food. What's half of it? The.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That website. Dr John Huber out of Austin, Texas for psychologists so just some random thoughts here. And I just went oh Kassim by do you ever do that with with clients, just say, whatever's, whatever's on your mind, you say it, and then you have my clients usually do it. Then I interpret it. Yeah. Okay. So consider me your nonpaying client who's having you on his show for free in Cincinnati, Ohio. I love how this is working out for me. This is so awesome. You know, what word I really love and it cracks Christopher when we we see the commercial that aired off and on TV. They talk about jellyfish. I think jellyfish is such a funny word I had before I met you. I thought jellyfish was just a funny word. Most funny words start with a K like Cucamonga or kangaroo or whatever. Koala koalas great. That's a great funny. Word animals are great too and quality bears. Are so cute. There's an anchor on local twelve here named John Lomax who does the morning show and he's been on for years. And he's a great great hosts, great newscaster. But he I've always said he looks like a koala bear. Oh, really? Yeah. No. And Sheila gray is a lovely woman. Also, a very talented news professional who works on the set with John most mornings, and she sits in between, John and the other male anchor. Bob Herzog who looks like curious George the monkey and Sheila Sheila sits in between them, and she doesn't turn her body. She just moves her head back and forth is they're talking. She looks like a barn. Owl. I kid you not. But back to back to jellyfish..

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"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Next clip. We have is Jack's four year old son taking the some of the action away. Little old Jack junior there. He's singing traditional folk song. John hardy now, I understand the great musicologist. Alan Lomax played a part in getting songs of the Oki's made what was his role. Well, it was with low max is help that. The project was underwritten by the archive of American folk song at the library of congress, and they supplied them with a quote unquote, portable fifty pound presto, lacquer discounter for the job. All right, while we're on the Lomax is we need to mention, Allen's father and fellow musicologist. John Lomax who actually had a radio show. What was ballot hunter the ballot? Hunter was a series of ten syndicated folk programs that we have in our collection and like sunken and Todd's documentary for WNYC these shows were somewhat novel at the time because they incorporated original field recording. And what we have here is a sample of the type of music you'd here on this show. Here's a recording Lomax made in a segregated men's prison in Sugarland. Texas. The prisoner known as clear rock Platt. Blue. Why not saw the dust bowl courtesy of the WNYC archives? Andy, thank you for the audio history lesson. Thank you, just remind our listeners can hear this material and so much more at WNYC dot ORG slash archive slash collections. Anything much? We'll see you next.

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"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now, I understand the great musicologists, aloe. Max played a part in getting songs of the oak made what was his role. Well, it was with Lomax is help that. The project was underwritten by the archive of American folk song at the library of congress, and they supplied them with a quote unquote, portable fifty pound presto, lacquer discounter for the job. All right, while we're on the Lomax is we need to mention, Allen's father and fellow musicologist. John Lomax who actually had a radio show. What was ballot hunter bell? Hunter was a series of ten syndicated folk programs that we have in our collection and like sunken and Todd's documentary for WNYC these shows were somewhat novel at the time because they incorporated original field recording. And what we have here is a sample of the type of music you'd here on this show. Here's a recording Lomax made in a segregated men's prison in Sugarland. Texas. The prisoner known as clear rock Platt. All ball. Blue. Why not? The dust bowl courtesy of the WNYC archives. Andy, thank you for the audio history lesson. Thank you, just remind our listeners can hear this material and so much more WNYC dot ORG slash archive slash collections. Anything much? We'll see you next week. Thank you. Why not? Where? Bob. Girl. Oh. Our trip to the archives reminded us. There's always been a narrative about the United States that you could come here to find a better life. The recent rob has been does the current administration and its supporters. Welcome people who aren't native born Americans. This brings us to the topic of nationalism. Yes, that's the word that president of the United States has been using recently here is describing himself as a nationalist at a rally on October twenty second in Texas. We're.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

"And his relationship with the folklorist and record producer John Lomax. Can you talk a little bit about their relationship? Those two men. Well actually wanna start with with lead belly and he actually hated that nickname. And that's why in the book, I most often talk about Ledbetter and use us his his name because that nickname was given to him in prison and Lomax insisted on it because he saw. Him being his imprisonment as a kind of racial authencity, John Lomax was folk collector and grew up in Texas, and he would travel he worked for the library of congress and various other organizations, and saw himself as the great preserver of black folk culture. And Lomax.

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"john lomax" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on World Cafe

"The tradition which is his school of thought that he got at harvard at that time also he comes from a time where the singer is not important of course now when we think of folk culture the singer is the most important his son alan really developed that part of folklore but john lomax he comes from the school of thought that we have to get songs that are so old that nobody knows who wrote them they're completely in the mists of time and their ballots that we can then for john lomax he was also wanted to have a commercial product so he can posited the verses that he found out on the range and created what we now think is the foundation for cowboy poetry and cowboy song i'm an powers world cafe where in nashville tennessee it sound stage studios talking with dom fleming's about his amazing new project but cabos you have a sign that you wrote called he's alone ranger and this song also tells a historical story of a quite amazing figure maybe before you play it for us you could tell us a little bit about the story that inspired the song absolutely he's a lone ranger is a song that's based on the story of bass reeves who's the first deputy us marshal of the united states who was african american and i guess i should make a side note that frederick douglass was the first one not west of the mississippi in bathrooms of the first one west of the mississippi and i read about bass reeves as being the basis for the lone ranger and i thought that was interesting innovate self and so i started just looking at the different books had been written on him and there's a wonderful book from art burton called black gun silver star and just a fantastic book and for best resist very interesting person because he was born into slavery in in arkansas and he grew up in he grew up in a household where his.

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"john lomax" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on The Science Show

"Sect diversity immortal trial side i found appealing because of course if he would try the electric cars you could all roads roundly creek there's a well maintained and it's relatively safe to have electric cars while they're being and development phases i thought that maybe it will be a good place for a major renewable production because of calls solar resources bid in any way you can imagine in the world the problem is it's a long way from uses and you like to have a resource that's easily able to get into the grid and this is a substantial distance further than out wonderful tesla batteries so it it's a long way out and previously worked as a coal mining town because there was a railway that moved product down to port augusta and they are of course was one of the reasons that it was less economical than it might have been because not only the distance but the fact that we're talking about brown coal and just as you and i might worry about out calories the reason brown coal isn't sufficient is it has a lowcalorie production level and you have to shift more of the stuff to get it to the golden written in its within its dirty it's western dirty which is another problem but one of the issues with history of the town it needed to be browncoal because there's nothing else well you've presented your report so you will wait to see what the pickup happens to be or what well i think that everybody wants the place to survive and i think the history of the area makes you understand why it's so important when i wrote my report i was fortunate to have a little information from the crc for remote economic participation in they funded phd project that looked at what happens off to remind closes and i think that inflammation has helped us to understand that lee creek isn't just important because of the town but also that town is important for five hundred people in the hinterland who have essentially no services outside that area dr john lomax smith former mayor of adelaide on the future of a town like the murray celeste abandoned.

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"john lomax" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I'm just as shocked as you are a juror a 71yearold man by the name of lauren wilhelm was not particularly well behaved during a trial presided over by screened arc in december vice reports today that screen acc a conservative running for the state supreme court ordered wilhelm to go to jail for his outburst during jury selection in december what happened was that spread the quiz overseeing a three day trial for a man named john lomax a guy from the wisconsin dell's facing forty felony counts of possession of child pornography during jury selection on the very first day wilhelm payload out his thoughts on the case lomax is lawyer joseph viney said as far as he can remember wilhelm said something to the effect of this is bleep the guy is guilty and this is a waste of time well that outburst vine he said the remarks tainted the jury pool the judge should start the process over the prosecutor disagreed eventually judge agreed with the assistant district attorney but first skripnik decided to question wilhelm he was juror number thirty six the online record reflects that spread accent court has juror who spoke out come into the courtroom and testify from the witness stand ray what he said in court earlier judge was not happy court admonishes number thirty six court finds him in contempt in orders he sipped in jail until seven thirty a m tomorrow courts security takes number thirty six in the custody.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Maxamoo Theater

Maxamoo Theater

16:34 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Maxamoo Theater

"The train, I project have expanded the meaning of opera have taken place in warehouses. Museums status Boisture. He takes a look at folk music, archivist Alan Lomax, and how he developed a system that grandfather Pandora Spotify and other music services joy, the show, we are here today with Joe deeds. Joe thank you for guarding story. I'm very well. Thank you for having me, my pleasure. So I'm very curious about the idea of or Stor because it's an opera about Alan Lomax. Right. Right. And I really interesting that Allen was, you know, John Lomax on, so he's from a family of USA colleges, and people think thought he music in a way. Would you say that you had been bringing similar to, to Allen's not at? All parents are certainly not musicians or composers. Certainly, they're definitely not folk song collectors. So I came at this from from. My own direction where you're interested in what you do then. Well, I came to New York about twenty years ago, and I ride here as a composer. But as a composer, that wanted to collaborate with other artists. So I began to work with a our collective guilt..

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"john lomax" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The confederal on what you look at the best kenyan are busy yet the common them elegant was in his any no mimic catch as bad as they never banning oh my god india muddying and not as john lomax as i turn in vlore guys roma as allows me on him she is gandhi she dan we got him winnie that the governor of being guilty imran an by the cousin by open now for an presence would have been done i know when impose minarets muhlegg winner rugged then all my as saying at the truth i know a million a million nearly monet in in the gun iowa no lag now ms lulling can you soup mama's harlow moments later as netbeyond railed on exam andrew jackson seem muslim no added sir lorde liani we're fine another one done gene done junior bad i am now on the way to earn gene indonesian bad i am now new dungeon god zones in of god i am now on new dungeon belgian bad i am now john lewis john feerick haiti in the morning of the number one hit music station one o7 five cave the alltime were jeered in katies pop quiz that's where we have five pop culture questions we have sixty seconds on the.

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"john lomax" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You would gulf down to johnny call i had a little bit too record store or maybe there's a gig cnn exactly all local an all that much like what you do hear live and local and just you know went on the idea that there is so much happening on a grassroots basis and he was gonna capture very much akin to uh what the eleanor max did uh in the 1930s and 1940s a father john lomax feels recordings and others blues out yeah exactly so allah would afford can't i guess you technically got to do that how much is up in fort candidate but the funny that the funny thing about going after the end when he well it but the funny thing is that he thought that was the end because he had lived in key west florida and there are the sign that says uh for route one mile marker one but when he got to four can't he discovered that there was a mile marker that they believed that their mark of one tono air so uh but he did discover and got some press a local media about his project the route one project and the fact that the in a subaru knowing than than uh ernie bunk junior and the music drives with underwrote the whole project didn't know unit check what i've known check for so long uh chuck white and his wife uh an infant son lived on the third floor of my house uh in the 1980s and it yeah and he was he was in a band called dreads knack uh than actually got some mtv airplane and and haruna rumble yeah and he subsequently was involved with the joyce lend a hand who's now part of uh mayor walsh is she's chiefofstaff put the chart can joycelyn hambur working at green street station and they were involved with bands that were doing club dates like nirvana and chuck himself built and archive of collection of about seven thousand pieces of music memorabilia devoted to boston and when it came time to pay for his kids college education he said i can't be carrying this collection on my back any knew about it a bone now i know i bought it said unseen because i knew such quality knew chuck yeah i knew chuck chuck is still working with me at the nor would space center.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"When the tried jazz guys need a particularly going i'm can kolea he did a a you do a session for the bbc but when i decided to do some of these breakdowns songs the produce of very observer lee said 'whoa what is aces in the king county ejaz memo he play the band's manager you should only she's asking for by mrs the king coaliace cleanup moment each changed the meaning of the word from a rent party on the south such call two a subgenre of american roots music from dejan supercharge on his skills cover version or with there's one song and can quite you as your the'definitive mo yet and that's light out against according to live where did that song come from well the song originally came from uh in his absolute essence he kind from the raw on line engineering yards in little rock arkansas but it's first recorded by the lobby congress in naughty 34 comey state prison fall where john lomax assisted by let belly is recalled imprison works on ander an architect of in might slip iconic kelly pice i common singh as i cooling sponsors on laggard ally iraq iran iraq and find by a thicket limply a threesome twice any good so he took a wii and he turned into the we will familiar with where he added to the story about the trying aside and pulled the versus the blues and from nursery rhymes i if the mining rather iraq i eat the road you ride demonic the road right you got it right in your body get your opinion on.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The predominantly africanamerican a routes music and it defines them is completely different from what their parents listening to what's on the radio the time because youth coach who was mediated by the bbc with raw the studied con of schoolmistress he kind of attitude toward young people unwanted donnegan as you heard from that song even really a read as let go there and so it's kinda like beer lee so of rockabilly was in the united states american fact that songs recorded just a week after elvis presley recorded that sought momma for the sun sections in uh in in memphis and 1954 july ninetyfifth for sell eleni down again helps to import american music to england and then as you put it skiffle becomes boot camp for the british invasion and the british invasion comes to america exporting the you know the serb so we get the music that influences generations of performers so the american music comes to england and then the british invasion comes to america and this is like circle what goes wrong comes around that yes month is a donnegan and i mean the beatles they all you know the the dow argument about musical you know us appropriation there's a song donnegan as a hit with in ninety 56 coach steubenville now he learned self lead billy record lead belly london offer recorded john lomax did of a sharecropper's working in the american south african american sharecroppers working in the american south lomax said that was the most common song you heard in fields.

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"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To england and then the british invasion comes to america and this is like circle all won't goes wrong comes around that yes and i love this donnegan and i mean the beatles they all the dow argument about musical you know us appropriation does a song of donnegan as a hit with in 56 coach steubenville now he learned south lead belly record lead belly london offer recorded john lomax deed of of a sharecropper's working in the american south african american sharecroppers working in the american south lomax said that was the most common summer he heard in fields now 100 years before that in in the 1950s that some was being sung in budi houses in new york and one hundred years before that it was being sold as a broadside by did she she lyrics on the streets of london but the actual event that the song originate luke talks about happened in ireland in the uh in the seventh in 50s some appoint is loaded gun against in the child's in the uk nineteen 56 with this who does this song belong to who who has the right to cite leases are song my my sense the everybody's sung it as a right to sing everybody you sanghi tended to add something to finally got to donegani didn't have any point of reference to the actual rice that took place in the kara of coup dare in in in the seventeen 50s but donegal's models irish oh maybe as much claim to as everybody else well we should take a short break here and then we'll tax him or if you're just joining us my guest is billy brad has no place somewhere music for us after we take a break and his latest album as an album of songs about trains it's called shine a light fuel recordings from the great american railroaded test series of duets with joe henry he also has a new book which is about skiffle music and that's the kind of american roots music has translated by british performers in this performers in the mid50s and this is the moves music that helped give birth to the beatles and and van morrison and pete townsend answered the book is called routes radicals and rockers has skiffle changed the world we'll be right back this is fresh air on saturdays wnyc is all about the stories stories about the those rules muir at the.

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"john lomax" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"john lomax" Discussed on Sidedoor

"Go ray also detained himself during the long hot summer days down there and they were seen walk out alive john lomax and his son alan spent years in the south collecting african american folk and work songs from prisons lead billy really like to saw he was sort of a a musical spawn she his whole life he was on a guy played guitar and colors much he was one of the most important people the twentieth century forest focus music goes you know just because he did he save semi she disc gathered early songs it here and recombine them into thanks you take some melody her in memorize it bring it back and kind of play within a little on beg no that net unity then led belly came at playing his telstra guitar in rowdy buyers and on street corners in northwestern louisiana he liked to fight so much so that that's the reason he wound up in prison twice once for manslaughter and ones for attempted manslaughter he spent nearly twenty years in prison chaingangs singing god he would work again so much in fact it was in a prison in louisiana that the lomax his first recorded lead belly for the lome access he was an amazing find a folk singer who loved the blues lead belly could do gospels see shanties children songs pop and so when he was released they hired him as their driver on these trips around the country recording prison songs including rock island line so he picks up the song with john lomax share dumb machino he's got he's added a twozone repertoire and he's out of this entire wrap at the beginning about this guy trying to fool the guy the depot agent those violent off the fli the way the voted on an annual on talk over there he's telling audiences at the depot agent at the switchboard.

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