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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:14 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Jeff tweedy the titled Track from his New Album called love is the King Jeff tweedy also has a new book coming out got. He's prolific October thirteenth. That book is called how to write one song and on. Friday September eighteenth to be a live webcast of the band playing for what's called live at the drive in a performance at mckenry outdoor theatre. Another Chicago based artist is called Bonzi and she has a song that's also perfect for these times. It's called alone. It's produced with TJ, camper WHO's worked with big Sean John Legend Jay. Z The atmospherics on the song Stunning. But I'd also encourage you to watch the video and let Bonzi. Tell you more about that. The video alone was made by Japanese hand paint artists, meal Sato, she paints using her fingers and hands onto glass, and then animates that without using computers and I saw her short film last year and in January. We started talking together about maybe doing something at that. Time, I had been studying Japanese school, but I still was not good enough to have a conversation and we have a translator on that call when the virus rolled around and I have the song alone and we were both quarantining I had been studying Japanese very intensely since January and we no longer needed translator and every other day we would talk for two three hours on skype about our countries and what was happening and and of course, worked on video. So we became really really close over the course of making this video.

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"That's a music maple glider and the video for the song shot on super eight film can be seen on the all songs considered website. And after the break new, music from Jeff tweedy cautious clay. And another great unknown. You're listening to all songs considered from NPR music. It's also considered I'm Bob Boylan Jeff tweedy is releasing two new songs today, and we're gonNA play the title track to his new album. It's called is the king. It's a song filled with gratitude in a time of angst, and in this time of Angst Jeff tweedy it's been holding tight to family. The album was done with the son. Spencer and Sammy they tried to write a song a day in the loft the Chicago Studio where wilco often gathered to make music. The pandemic spent a productive time for the tweety. Here's the. Show there are occasional instagram gathering where you could find the family chatting and singing favorite tunes and being kind of Goofy and his hardest life is these days. I'm envious of the world they share together. Here's the opening track to Jeff's new album. It's called. Love is the king..

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:10 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:39 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:41 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"This message comes from NPR sponsor patron creators. Are you tired of being paid in cliques and likes patriotic? Let's you build real sustainable income through the direct support of your fans. If you're a creator sign up on Pat R. E. O. N. DOT COM now. On facebook there are these three brothers who love guns say guns are over-regulated. Say the NRA is too quick to compromise and they're gaining more followers every day they're very in your face offensive. By God I. Love Him for it. Listen now to the no compromise podcast from NPR. Four NPR music, it's all songs considered I'm Bob. Boylan. On today's show some of my favorite artists with new music and some great unknowns I'll begin with Kevin more be. He's just announced a new album is called sun-downer. It's a record to cut it start around the time he moved from Los. Angeles back to his Kansas City home town. Before Moving Kevin made a purchase of an old four track machine and he made us an old shed. He called Little Loss Los Angeles as recording studio. Kevin speaks to the magic of recording on this check machine and how the warmth of the sound and the ease of recording to cassette help birth these new songs, and he eventually recorded the song all over again with Brad, cut at Sonic ranch a Texas studio on the border of Mexico they managed to capture the adorned rawness present on the original four track tapes. This song's called Campfire. Kim..

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"kevin morby" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on KCRW

"You're listening to KCRW I'm Terry Glaser in recent weeks musical artists from LA and around the world have taken to social media to live stream shows from the safety of their homes we decided to check in with some of our own favorite artists to find out how music is helping them stay safer at home it's part of a new series called KCRW's private playlist today you'll hear from Meg Duffy a guitarist who's played with Kevin Morby William Tyler the war on drugs they also write and record under the name hand habits Hey this is Mike Duffy and my band is called hand habits in which I write the songs and the music I was recently on tour a solo tour in Australia and New Zealand and that was mid January to March fifth so ever since coming back things have been pretty different I was supposed to be on tour this whole year is actually joining a band called perfume genius but it's everything's indefinite right now and there's no schedules are getting pushed back and I originally thought that I was not going to make another record this year but now that I have six months of snow traveling and very little obligations I've been making another record in writing another record so I'm just focusing on on demoing.

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"kevin morby" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

24:51 min | 1 year ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on KCRW

"In this day so this is to C. latitude to they aims with the she says and then yeah this the last one she said and few this seeing this thank god yeah I mean I yeah morning becomes eclectic on KCRW the music of Fabiano do Nascimento when I get into something next from waxa Hajji she and Kevin Morby tonight are doing a home concerts and you can find them at six PM Pacific time and will put the link in the play list for you but KCRW presenting some home concerts since we can't present shows on the community right now we're gonna hit you up with some artists we're playing from home including waxa Hajji this is new it's morning becomes eclectic on KCRW one in the in the when you in the this this C. St streams who's this means this city said this is a it's call these sure sure it is she this is sure it'll show she she she this is just morning.

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"At the top of the show. I played a little bit of. Oh my God. There's there is a piano sound on this record that certainly has. This. Find the word to describe it. It's in in one ways, relax one way in tents. It's calming. But yeah. Yeah. I think that's what I love about. It is that it's very it's very direct. It's like she's got a lot to say in her plane, but at the same time, it is very meditative. It's it's sort of unlike any music that I've ever heard before and as someone who plays guitar is there sort of main instrument when I started playing piano is just you know, the most rudimentary just basic chords. Just try to get a song out. But I was listening to this record so much that just sort of eventually made its way into my plane for me. It's all about the right hand. It started getting my right hand moving really quickly and just sort of fast fast, chaotic moments m like what you're hearing. There the beginning at the very top of the record on the title track. Oh my God. It's very influenced by her. But it just something just like one of those days. I just kind of found my stride with piano plane, and it's all very influenced by by her in this. Album is another song valid fail. Play a little of that. I think I heard that as well. This is you. Yeah. A little bit of. Who's who's playing the saxophone? That's my good friend. Who's also going to be my life band. Coach guests alum who he just released an amazing album solo record his first solo record out on tone. And he plays about ninety nine percent of all the sax on this record. Yeah. That's a really good example of being influenced by Muhoza PNO plane, but it's it's kind of two main influences or firing once they're 'cause Cushman when he came into the studio a big direction. I I gave him as for was sort of riffing off of one of my favorite artists jazz saxophonist name Mulatu a stock. So both things are sort of happening with that song. And. Yeah. Coach Chimi for short. He's he's just he's incredibly talented and. Can you introduce this cut well enough for? Not yours. To me lotto tuck. Yes. My favorite. Listen forever. For those who don't know the Feo peaks series. Just we'll we'll put some of the songs online. So you can find titles of some of these. But they're they're just extrordinary. We're so lucky we get to peek into the world of so many different kinds of music, and it makes crazy when we all get boxed into a music we love, and then don't and there's all this other stuff in the universe. In our in our universe to listen to. And that's that's one. That's a giant wonderful window into a very different way of thinking about music and mood. Yeah. It's actually the rhythms. And and the melodies that are going off. It's it's it's a carrina another language for the first time when you thought you had every language figured out. You know, and it just blows your mind. I remember that song I was on tour around two thousand fifteen a six week European tour, and I remember being the south south of France, and I have such a vivid memory of hearing that for the first time, and I think that the title translates into I can't live without you. And I I don't know the of those words with such a beautiful song. It's just you know, it awakens some part of me that I didn't know was there to be awakened. If if that makes sense, and I've just become obsessed with his whole catalog since tackling a subject like this. Which is you know, you're not like you say, not deeply religious person. But you go through journey and make a record based on. Well, religion, and we're God falls in our culture. And and more have you yet sort of figured out what this is meant to your own personal philosophy or or how you view the world or might that happened down the road as you keep playing these. I think that's something. That's, you know, person by person always so sort of volving, I think for me as you get older, you think about things differently, and you think about the universe differently and sort of the magic within it. And I I think more than anything my idea of spirituality, and how I see it to myself is being grateful for those sorts of things noticing that magic and not not taking this life for granted is a big thing. And you know, that can be shown in however, many different ways, you know, whether it's through prayer music or just through being kind of people, I think as I get a little bit older, and you know, the incomes into some some sort of focus, though, I hope it's very far from now, I just think about things differently. Well, I really appreciate you opening up your own musical world. Because I think it helps other people see and think of music differently and there and in this case, maybe think of their what the day to day in the spirituality and the day to day means to them. I think that's easy to just let a day happen. And nothing twice a bout it and get to self involved. Yeah. Absolutely. I think a lot of this comes from traveling. I'm constantly traveling. I'm constantly in an airplane. Or you know, it it seems like I'm constantly going to to cathedral somewhere. You know? It's no matter if I'm in Amsterdam or Melbourne, you know, someone wants to show me some old church that kind of was the beginning of that town and at some point through all my travels. I just started to notice how it's just it's really the common thread through all cultures and language, and slang and religion, spirituality is kind of the foundation of of everything that that we do. And I feel music is very spiritual to me. It's it's very moving. And it's. This this thing. That's you know, I think it exists in the air, and it's about tapping into it and be able to channel that. And I think I want this record to to sort of just help people open themselves up to two that magic. Hopefully does that for somebody. Let's beautiful. Thanks for doing this today. Appreciate it sounded great. Thanks, Bob things. Always always enjoy these Kevin more b the album. Oh, my God is out able twenty six on dead. Oceans, I'm Bob boiling for NPR music. It's also considered. Done

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Conversation. Windows. Nothing better, we talk the bet the weather at say. The no it seems like scream in. But man ammonia dream in. Savannah. Has it been so? But I'm back be with the brand new so NS stay. Couple dozen who pay most of go. But you Steed is stay. Win this nothing better. With an watch the weather outside. I know it seems like screaming, but man, I'm only dreaming intern. I love the been listens record in and the tone, and how it changes a room is is really really beautiful, and I didn't really get the airplane thing when I was first listening to but even just listening than the backgrounds for a home that's going on there or and then I assume that's an Oregon. But you correct me sets that tone that you mentioned how how there is that drone happens in planes. Yeah. There's a lot of word play with whether on this record in a big part of it being in you know, sort of above the clouds. I always find it fascinating. It's almost like you're in this safe place when you're bub the weather. It's like, you know, when you're below the weather, and you're down here on the ground so much of your day to day is, you know, it's directed by the weather, you know, it can make you feel depressed, or you know, there could be a storm, and you're just kind of at the will of nature, but when you're up there in this airplane. Which is made thing you kind of say from all that. And it looks holy. But then down below it. You're just subject to and it's it's changes, and whatever that may bring into your your personal life. So it's this became a big theme on the record. And you know, like with those is that pop in and out like that. It's almost I was picturing I wanted that that the feel like you're going out of the clouds in a plane like these rays of sunshine, sunshine can mean in those are those are. I was going to say the very thing that you just said, which is the odds made me think of how all of a sudden there's this blinding reading of light and so forth when I stare out the window play. Anyway, keep going, that's that's great. Exactly. So there's a lot of stuff on this record that I think we've I've never really sonically gone to places like that before we're we're trying to depict a day sonically rather than just singing about it. We're also trying to mimic that with the music itself. Let's take a quick break. We'll come right back up talking with Kevin Moby butters new record. Oh my God. And you're listening to all songs considered from NPR music support for this podcast and the following message. Come from state farm, who's agents know that your car and home are more than just big purchases. They're a big part of your life. You put the time into making them your own. So now, it's time to protect them with your own personal state farm agent. Not only do they truly get you. But they'll be there for you. When you need them. With over nineteen thousand agents in neighborhoods across the US. There could be one just around the corner. More state farm dot com or one eight hundred state farm state farm here to help life go, right? Support also comes from better help better. Help offers licensed professional counselors who specialize in this use such as depression stress, anxiety and more connect with your professional counselor in a safe and private online environment. At your convenience get help at your own time and your own pace schedule secure video or phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist. Visit better help dot com slash songs to learn more. And get ten percent off your first month. I'm Bob boiler. I'm here in Washington. DC speaking with Kevin more using Kansas, and we're talking about his new record own my God, I'm gonna take a somewhere different than you. Tell me. It's a piece of music you chosen I going to ask you to do the pronunciation on it. And and and then also it's. We'll hear a little bit of it. And then the influence so this is. I just I I don't wanna put your her name. Beautiful name in such a beautiful on. But I just I simply call her EMA ahoy, and she has the record that. I'm most familiar with that DOP's collection volume twenty one. And it's a solo piano record. And she's THEO paean, non jazz pianist and obsessed with her music. I just call EMA. Hi, this is the homeless wander. At

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"A t. Everything with two. Is amiss. Oh. Made his people. And when we. The focal there besides you win. We there's actually a whole choir like sort of seven piece choir that, we later constructed as one of the last over that we did took place in Woodstock. But my friend leash kind of a symbol the whole thing. And. Anne and Cassandra Jenkins. And a lot of names. I'd have to read read from the liner notes. Musical influences for the song like this. I'm going to play this because you gave this to me as as one of the choices songs to play today, and you helped me make connections because I wouldn't have thought this. But now that I heard that song all by its lonesome like that we're gonna play. In bega Morton revenues this group suicide from. Nineteen seventy nine. Cut. I'm gonna say something frightening right now ten frighten me again just thinking about it. Which is this song is now it's forty years old for that. Oh my God. So how did this come around? Was it just like you? You were listening to it or you in Sam listening to this. It is one of those things that you know, as I've cited that as influence like you just said people have been surprised by. But when they listen to it, they can hear it, you know, and even you just saying that it's forty years old. But you know, I hear that. And it sounds it sounds contemporary. There's not much that dates that really, you know, I think it's one of those things that was created very minimally. You know, it's about like this sort of vocal that's happening over a few cents and keyboards, and there's just not too much there. That's that's gonna really date that so sort of happened after the fact once like I said, you know, we started to record nothing sacred all things wild and a few seconds saying what you're hearing on that with the vocal take at least. That's my first vocal take ever on that. So we knew we had stumbled into something that we wanted to keep and we put it through. A slap AC affects the vocal through slap back, and we kinda just got into this mindset of like, okay? This feels good and we. Want to run with this and almost wanting to create something that felt like a. Sort of have this New York cool to it. You know, SAM's New Yorker where according to New York, and we wanted something that would if there was like a musical MoMA. We'd want this record to fit in that we'd want this to be on display, and sort of it would have very minimal amount of colors, but because of that the colors that we did choose would speak very loudly and suicide is definitely an artist or a band that is that is similar to that? You know, I think that they just sort of ageless, and they're just they're just cool. There's a cool band Fe totally saw them back in those days. And they totally unlike anything else for so rhythm machine on stage wasn't that present in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine and Martin Allen. And the other thing missing from it. That is also not very present on your record is guitar. There was no Qatar and suicide and this very little Gotaro on this. And I think it's par. Of what you were saying you and Sam didn't want to reproduce saying, Saul. It's certainly taking just that element out. You took many other elements out partaking that very comfortable element out really part of who you are out really just changes the landscape. Absolutely. And you know, I think sort of running with the the subject matter and the the loose theme of religion, spirituality. We wanted it to sort of feel like it could exist in cathedral or something guitars, not super part of that a question. And while there is a few songs here. It's mainly guitar list record. And there's something about that that somehow doesn't date it, you know, tar confound very modern very traditional. But I think leaving out of the equation. Yeah. Just kind of put us in a different universe in another part of that is this record was very influenced by me constantly being in the air on airplanes, which has been kind of past couple of years of my life. And it's almost like we wanted to create this sort of like low that you hear. On airplane in Oregon is more. You know, it's more similar to that than a string instrument most blown away. When I go on airplanes, see because you said what you said, I'm going to see if this fits for you. I a always take a window seat. And I'm always absolately blown away. When I am in the clouds. It is not casual I I take photographs. I look at like I just have a ball of in the air. Although there's a sense attention guy used to be a lot more afraid of flying than I am now. But also this tension beforehand, and then there's this like oh my about set. Right. Oh my God. Just there than there are these like just out of this world skyscraper. I guess you call. It's. Yeah. It's actually it's it's such a crazy as someone who doesn't take drugs. I feel like it's the closest I'll ever get to just being on psychedelic drugs or something. It's such a crazy experience. It's almost you just have the sense the whole time. It's like everything in your body is telling you shouldn't be having that if it's like we're up to high. We gotta get down to the ground. But for me, it feels like a quote, unquote, like a religious experience. I get scared and the only time in my life. I I really pray to this guy that I don't even believe in. But I find myself praying that I don't that. I don't die and then the plane is taking off, and it's frightening. And it's I my palms are sweating, and suddenly, yeah, you get above the clouds, and it levels off, and you're kind of in this what you as a human whose doesn't know what the after. Life holds what you would perceive through movies or stories or otherwise for heaven to look like, and it just kind of this crazy experience. Just keep having let me see what happens. If I bring this music feels fitting a make free almost every single day. We talk a lot, man. Because there's a lot to see. But some. Let my silence become the conversation.

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"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage services LLC high. Oh, your Eisenberg here host of NPR's our of puzzles word games. And trivia asked me another this month were celebrating women in comedy and this week. We're joined by Reta, you may know her from her role on NBC's parks and recreation or her new series, good girls. Listen and subscribe now, it's all songs considered. I'm Bob Boylan today. A conversation with Kevin Moore who play some music from his new album. Oh my God. And oh on love this record. And we'll do something fun a sort of archaeological dig into the music that influenced. Oh, my God, including music from Ethiopia, Nina Simone, and the electronic duo from the late seventies suicide, but the origins of this album begin with the politics and current events. Of twenty sixteen. The foundation really lies in two thousand sixteen. I wrote a song called beautiful strangers which sort of planted the seed for what has become now by my new record on my God. And in that song it sites a lot of current events at the time sites like the Batu clan. Shootings and the pulse nightclub shootings, the death of Freddie, gray. And so it's a song that was pretty time sensitive. I felt it important to come out in two thousand sixteen and I made the prophets for charity. And I felt like there are some power in it. And that it was speaking about what was going on at the time. And so I wanted to come out, you know, I was actually going through a break-up at the time, and I was a sort of living in this sublet apartment, and I was in that apartment, and I was actually listening to Nina Simone version of Suzanne the Leonard Cohen song, and I was kind of playing along to it. And I kind of got stuck in. This this rhythm strumming pattern out of that strumming pattern. Just sort of started to write this song. And I felt. Heartbroken at that time, but it felt sort of selfish to write a song that you know, was was just about me when the world is going through so much. So I kind of wrote it about the heartbreak of the world let me just play a bit of beautiful strangers years people here so far. So far. In. The sister against Dan the cop. Fly. Over forty nine. Carry on signal. Oh, man. Oh, man. Dad? Kaby? Everyday own sorry. There's something about you know, that song is beautiful strangers. The recording the production of it though. It's also done by Sam Cohen who I did do all of my God with it's very different. But you know, you notice in that that I there. I started seeing oh my Lord. Oh my God. Oh, my God became a sort of this mantra or this. I don't sort of chance that I would notice my audience picking up on it a lot and people really related to that. And people would be singing along and that song. But it seemed like they'd sing loud for that part. In a kind of. I felt like every time is opening the news whether it be funny or tragic or just insane. I found myself saying, oh, my God, it sort of every turn, and it just became this thinking a lot of about and was making its way into to my songs, and I just felt like if I had to write a biography on the sort of Trump era years it would be called. Oh my God. Just because it's just an expression. That's always flying out of me. One level. It's it's an expression of the unbelieveab- -bility of things. But to those who are believers it's much powerful statement. Don't know if you're a believer or not a believer. I ride that line. But you know, I grew up in the mid west where religion is sort of everywhere. And it's very God. Fearing take on religion. You know, there's there's billboards and evangelical church marquees that are sort of everywhere that are promising new this ill-fate, if you if you don't sort of fall in line with certain organized religion, and I think you know, that sort of where my fascination with all this comes from is having not really been a part of it. But being being close enough. It's almost in the same way that I'm fascinated with the wild west growing up in the midwest, you're constantly reminded of that history. And the both sort of these fantastic things you mentioned, Nina Simone. You mentioned Suzanne they'll Leonard cone song. Let's listen. Here's.

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"kevin morby" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

KEXP Song of the Day

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"kevin morby" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

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