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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Human voice on Earth that could channel Moonlight. It was Johnny Hartman's probably don't before that for a recent take on Billy Strayhorn's lush life. Paul Cavalcanti with you. New standards on W. N Y C. I think it's standard song is one that can lend itself to interpretation. And here it is handling repurposed for jazz. Song written by Bob Dylan as an early jangle rock piece and an early rap patter. Song of sorts. How will Tammy Brown make Jazz of Subterranean homesick blues on Mm hmm. Yeah. John is in the basement, mixing up the medicine. I'm on the pavement thinking about the government. The man in the chin school badge out, laid off, says he's got a bad car was to get a bearing on the look out, kid. It's something you did. God knows what you do. And then again, you better turn down the alleyway. Looking for new friend man in the coonskin cap in the big band wants $11 bills. You only got 10. Maggie comes Fleet Foot face full of black soot talking about the heat put plants in the bed. But the phone's tapped anyway. Magazines and many say them I suspect in early make for his brother DM. Look out, no matter what you did walking into doors don't down, boys. Better Stay away from those cans around by hose. Keep a clean, no watch the planes. Oh, I don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blow. No. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Can it Mm hmm. All right. Hey. Oh, Manner. Mm hmm. Can't see Get well. Hang around. Well, hang bail. Hard to tell if anything's going to set. Try hard. Get Bart, get back right. They'll get jailed up. They'll join the army Infidel. Look out, kid. You're going to.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:37 min | 2 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The fight combination of Billie Holiday Duke Ellington the song anyway do nothing til you hear from me Helling car before that short lived star of Bethlehem records in the mid fifties be careful with my heart Paul cattle country with you and W. NYC with something new by one of the really great guitarists of the fusion jazz genre al di Meola he is back with a loving salute to the Beatles not just the melodies but the arrangements of the original records and exploration in different styles of the familiar songs he tries a few things on some songs have a Latin flavor others are done is straight on rock numbers here is a gentle approach on classical guitar to here there and everywhere so so so but so so the Jane Jane Jane transaction yes and and this may have I don't know what they're missing and this box cons all shiny and new got a full time is a wasting a lot there are places to go to see everything are you an I didn't know when and it's all just waiting your line maybe just maybe all the girls with the girls and I don't know what they're missing and this thanks I'm gonna move time is a waste in there are places to go but they are you and so come on in I don't know what and then Alabama places to go see also Alger sings Charles Strauss and allowed to live and to do a lot of living to do still for Russian born and Bronx raised Regina Spektor she's only just turned forty but he's older and taller in the song from her album of a couple of years back called remember us to life and from the new record by fusion jazz guitar master al di Meola called across the universe which collects clever approaches to familiar Beatles songs is taken here there and everywhere Paul couple cut down W. NYC and new standards dot org Johnny Hartman buzzes around a sleep and be.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well to not follow music from the on the moon with what it involved into as my one and only love is to is to leave a story on told so rather than stop that in mid sentence we finish the thought Johnny Hartman and John Coltrane from one of the most famous records ever of their their simple collaborative album in those wonderful songs that take you to the moon and beyond as music from the on the moon did not. its original form with words by Jack Lawrence. beautiful melody by god I would. was Serra as but dialing is as any but the but the song got taken to another level that it got traded up big time. when it became my one and only love it's happened a few times with songs of morphed. here is one of the most exciting records of the twentieth century in any category of music. you can understand why John Hammond the great impresario just went out of his not when he happened to be playing with the radio and heard this band coming to him from a distance station the crackle of the air waves the depth of a dark night driving and hearing and being transformed that's an experience that I hope we never lose a lot of people discover music that way fall in love with music that way and makes a deeper impression here is count Basie's jumping at the word side the song book on W. NYC. what is. what. you only better. just on the other. what. can do. way. still there. you can't resist. when you he's. game. you can. this will not. hi. he. tell them. you when you. tell them. one. real in.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The smart Hey be sweet I don't know she is too close sure there is Jay Sean the the a and just a little trenches so should you do he I and five that he so and draw and reckless what else can you so voices do they know she and the tunes are but the ones rather at the do they know Johnny Hartman in.

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"June Christy and Johnny Hartman ahead of that since we're talking about must own albums going to add something cool to the list your shopping list I I see you already put the Johnny Hartman I just dropped by to say hello in the bag very good I got a new one for you now this just came out Harry Connick junior from true love a celebration of Cole Porter just one of those things new on W. NYC it was just one of those things just one of those crazy flame one of those then now and then one of the though just fabulous staying if we name we that here was we about the when we stop main thing that.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:41 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"John this is because so but I jobs this this can't be love because news so but and you this this when what rooms it bans what good is a no one shares and and if my hi and what good am I these cold you are yeah you but why hi and this is these the power pipes of Johnny Hartman for bide my time a great hit for Dinah Washington this bitter earth and this can't be love Nat King Cole swing and record of that song now a little country flavor for the other wise brassy bill Bailey won't you please come home let's give it the Patsy Cline treatment the song book on W. NYC.

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WBAI

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Straight up and straighten up and stay right. has a group proposition for you. Help us send out. Good vibes all summer long by sending back. Some good vibes of your rose support WNYC with the contribution, any amount by June thirtieth, we'll send you a pair of WNYC sunglasses. Thank you help make this a true summer of love. Go to WNYC dot org and click on donate, or call eight eight three seven six WNYC. This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM, HD, New York. on WNYC. Johnny hartman. And I guess another approach, that's not out of line with what we just heard in a band works in. There's a nice swinging arranged with a gentle swinging field to fly me to the moon. Play. Spring. Onto..

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:28 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:43 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As us a one of the greatest lines. The godfather, I wonder what might be if my films made money, I want it to be able to get my fair share of mind has been made my artwork. I just knew that. I just saw my father struggle great-great-great musician that there's nothing cute about being poor at one time. My father was leading. Jazz bassist jazz folk basically Bob Dylan. Judy Collins Piedmont, that's my father on Peter Paul Mary's pot. The magic dragon the Ober Cal. Odeta all those things and. When Bob Dylan decided that you wanna go electric everybody else folk world too. And so my father to this day is never played one. Then the base a one electric instrument ever. And up to that point. My mother didn't have to work because my father was in demand. But when he made the decision that he was not gonna play electric bass my mother had to become a teacher. And in a lot of ways. I I looked at my father's integrity. But on the other hand he had five kids. But. Didn't matter. He was going to play electric bass. Did you resent that? Did you want him to play electric bass? So that the family would have more money. Now. And even today, I don't hold that against my father. I mean, he is integrity. So I cannot play electric bass, I can only play acoustic bass. And I'm just very fortunate that I was able to use the great talents. My father g scored all my films. While you film school. He did the score for she's gonna have it school days. A great great great score for doodo right thing. Mobile blue. So. Very happy that came around. I was able to employ my father what kind of music did your father introduce you to. Jess. Shoutouts to jazz in though, we going up allows. We had the snake to listen to Motown, and the Beatles have here that he said turn miss off as say, turn missile. Did he introduce you to Johnny Hartman who I think I heard in the new version? Oh, yes. My father. He didn't play the, but he knew everybody knew him. I mean, give example late in his life. I did video for miles. Davis was called to two and the video for two. Oh, yeah. Yes. And and the first thing he says, spike. I know your father. I love you follows works. I'm not gonna curse you out. First of all it had been honor. But mile David call me, M F thousands favorite word. I wish we would call me. And after buddy said, you know, what I know you files Bill Lee, great musician. Great composer, some leave. You alone. I guess this filmmaker Spike Lee after a break. We'll talk about playing the character Mars Blackmon in his nineteen eighty six film. She's gotta have it. If you believe it's important to have a place on the radio where the most important and engaging filmmakers, writers composers and performers of our time have a place to reflect and share stories about their life and work. Please support this station. I can't think of a place on broadcast radio except public radio where this happens. Thank you. I'm Terry gross. And this is fresh air. And this happens right here. You're listening to WNYC. It is fresh air. Good afternoon. I'm Sean Carlson host in the newsroom. Joined by Cairo. Also, host of the newsroom. Hey, hey, this is our winter fundraiser here at WNYC if you've not yet picked up the.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Maybe you're in the situation that I'm about to describe where you can imagine it near minds. I if you're driving let's say on the west side highway, and you look toward riverside. And there are those buildings at night all those wonderful deco apartment buildings and there a twinkling lights, and there are people home, and they represent lives and relationships. There's a brother a mother son a daughter, a husband a wife tucked away in those little cubby holes. And they've all got a story. And the odds are that any number of those twinkling lights, represent at least the two songs that we just heard as potentially having been a wedding song or a falling in love to saw at last unforgettable. Maybe it was your wedding song or your I going steady song. I'd like to think that that is as good a deaf. What I guess in an ideal circumstance a standard song is. It's a song that transcends. Its original introduction gets carried forward and re purposed all through time and great performers enabled that Etta James is one Johnny Hartman is another and you are one of those twinkling nights lights tonight on a Saturday night in New York, Paul Cavalcanti with you the songbook on WNYC. Hi, I'm Alison Stewart host of all of it on WNYC next week on all of it Pulitzer prize winning playwright Lynn nodded and the director of her latest production Kamilah Forbes and.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Says we. Beautiful. Clinging to add. This is autumn serenade the sultry voice of the one and only Kevin Harris who you can hear tomorrow night. I actually misspoke. I said that it was Tuesday night that you can hear him tomorrow night at the blue note here in Manhattan. He is a part of this incredible tribute to John Coltrane, and Johnny Hartman, and Kevin is on his way to New York City right now. And as he's in transit, I asked him to call in this morning to give you know, give us a little preview of what you can look forward to hearing tomorrow night. If you're a fan of. Great music, whether it's kind of standards, whether it's the American songbook, whether it's jazz anything that involves really great music that you can actually hear the words to Kevin Harris is something of an authority on that. Kevin good morning. I know it's early. I appreciate you calling in. Good morning. Frank is so good to hear your voice. Good to be on the radio. You're right. It how right now on Amtrak train. I'm taking online route New York City and can't wait to be performing at the moon wrong with my all star band. And you know, it's an attribute it's an honor to be able to bring this music. 'cause you know about the legends and master that I look up to and. Six years ago. This record was recorded and no one ever done a tribute to this record and with collaboration in fifty six years, and it's been called perhaps the greatest jazz record drives vocal record of all time. And so I had this concept to do it and put together some really great. Yes. This is Michael Wolff on piano for years with the musical director for natural. And we also will directors on LA city, also married. A colleague Raipur has two sons that are actors and directors net Wilson. Mike and Mike Clark on drums who Herbie Hancock for years. Part of the. Tony Garni base who has been Bob Dylan. Musical director for twenty nine years. And he's been my dear friend for much longer than that on base and the wonderful patients Higgins on football. Been quite. I'm very much appreciated in the jazz world, then there's me on vocals, and it's been a labor of love. Frank trying to do this music after dining. High water, Mark. When he can do as a really is giving me having had come back from cancer. It was a great lesson learning how to get my. Yeah. So I think we lost Kevin there for a second. We'll see if we can we can get him back, but he is performing at the blue note tomorrow.

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"johnny hartman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"johnny hartman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's the base part of that. This. So I'm gonna do I'm gonna do Melvin Franklin from the Thames Johnny Hartman and Barry white give me a little Barry. Just a little. Oh my goodness. That's what you. Urine for Gannett. Bo. Bo Nira, far that's going to be my NAT king Cole. Johnny hartman. Very. And forget to do the little. Really? Berry everyone to. I feel envious because they're these songs we love that we feel in our soul, we sing in the shower. And with whatever you got the voice to make to be really fulfilling to be able to sing those songs and just give it to the massive. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to share my gift with the world. When did you could say? Probably when I was ten eleven and they were telling me to shut up around the house. And then when I was fourteen in church, I sang in the choir sing below the men had fourteen and thirteen mass. When I knew something was going on win singing groups in the seventies. And here we are. It's been a forty year journeys go back to when you're a child. I know that you were prompted by something you saw just a few years back, but you knew within your family, what PTSD was up close. I didn't quite know what it was at the time. But my dad must have that. Actually, he was a veteran of three different wars. Were one Korean war and Vietnam war? And he was he was very challenging difficult to say the least. And I didn't understand why he was always so angry or he was always on. And he would go off at. Generally, I didn't know what was wrong with them. And I just thought he was we didn't know begin to realize the power of music therapy. I just said, you know, what this is my way of giving back is what's something that I love that. I love this music, and I wanted to share the gift of music. So when you therapy came into my heart. I said this is what I wanna do it for the rest of my life back, then they call it shell shock, whatever they called it. And then. Yeah, people and it was it was a whole generation. So it was a lot of them. They didn't talk about it like they do now and PTSD was not talked about so must do your heart. Good that so much focus. There's a long way to go. But there's so much focus put on it and put on the healing. Yes. I mean when you look at PTSD, and you look at the suicide rate for veterans it's like twenty two twenty two per day every day sixty to ninety minutes, I'm happy mind in what can we do? They go to war. They go overseas. They go through hell and back. And that's when it when they can't handle it, and we need to be there for him. This was you really can. Understand what they've gone through. They've gone through such a traumatic experiences to exist in every day is there's something going on in the head. And we think there's nothing wrong. Why do you are you so tight? We don't understand what they're going through. And we can't even internalize what they've gone through. So at least we can do is have the empathy. What can we do to help? And that's what I decided I'm going to help. The government should be doing this with someone. I should be doing that. What can we do? What can I do? Some music therapy is my gift. So that's what I can do this. They might get Floyd. Well, Dan, what's the website again music therapy for veterans.

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