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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"You question one favorite band Look the universal question like the universal answer would have to be the beatles but of course is a million on the band's but the beatles with a first favorite band to album album will. I could just give you the list of the twenty five at albums that i compiled for this podcast. Is there a number one where they done older than notice no order degree and tell us your favorite one. That that that i wrong okay. This field apples titles Diorama phoebe bridges stranger in the alps. Jeff buckley greis nick. Drake fan leaves left. O.'neil young after the goldrush elliott smith Suzanne seasons illinois man magnolia soundtrack. Ronald's remember neal's from screws. Amy nola to do a soundtrack must have some action soundtrack. Great sidetrack and fucking rights over as well wasn't it Three hours of frogs raining everywhere. Brilliant yes yeah from cruise. It is argued finest finest performance right credible film won't film. What's your check. Played osborne over again. What's your favorite. Oh i thought. I just told you can can to. I just told you. Chile that sets an ansa sense of questions right. Who's your favorite podcast. Td or wilco questions. Very that's no question. Trae both like that. One issue questions rate ever purchased a first album. I purchased was actually for my mother as a present and i saved up pocket money and i bought the vinyl album of neil diamond's hot august night. Okay question full first gig. You saw. You went to first. Gig was the sunny boy's at luna park wishaw question.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Only that was the last track so is there is. There is two more tracks hidden tracks. One being a cover of contact maryland's of you in one other one but we discounted them because they're hidden trucks so they don't fully k. k. The both of which both which means you could cover contact my eyes of you but we ended best fourteen trunks officially okay. So it's also the time for me to just have a a twenty second reich itching. this mexican is ready. We are back after a short break out on a ship wouldn't have to work dude. You chicken orion. It looks fantastic. Almost give the choices in the boys hoffa potato half chicken thigh. A record out of play now could beat about a motive but the weeks now might make it make lady so lazy summer. Put someone of for you fix Right said that's that's the miseducation. Learn hill abigail. Gulps is what's your shit some of these great album. You show back up at night. Best songs i and now we already know that okay. Yes you said. S jury okay. Aura will get asked me what my favorite was. So i did just give it away. I think I didn't really know what my favorite was. Until i just until we just got there the very anti all they're wholesome i mean so. Do you want me to say what my shit song is while you've got that's from appointed poets okay so like i was undecided between one of the hidden tracks and another track. But now that you've told me that the hidden tracks aunt dunk qualify. Then i have to go with. I don't have to. But i felt like i would go with final hour Interesting interesting cd. What's your other you said your favor. Trump was my favorite is. Everything is everything that marsh. It song is assignments abbey's our is. It really enjoyed the tracks way. She wraps things it's just or wrapped in really move me as much as i didn't enjoy the hop on it yet the ability to just kind of code which emanates notice shoot song. It's not a hard thing about this. Podcast i've done for us. We always this cone set to do this. And i didn't want to choose an album by still like what's a sheet song like the the album around itself. I just you made the right choice. Autism favorite album. And just talk about the late my favorite things and then just gently quietly flick. Want so yeah. Final final hour. Just because it's it's it's look. It's a great song but it just it emotionally sits in a awkward place with me melodic really like it doesn't resolve. Also i find the i find some of the preaching like her biblical kutner preaching a little bit much at times. It's interesting but But yeah. I don't know why. I just this one was just emotionally is discordant my body when i hear this song enough airplay have gone with my favorite track track. Full design i on an amazing song than For ex girlfriend of mine back in whenever it was not yet and i listened to it significantly more than cheated on. I just remember always listening to this song on. Repeat and then i think if i was going to choose a xitsonga probably tracking levin every ghetto every city. Not an it's basic. It's based on that i wrote. I wrote the least notes about this song. But it's great harmony and it's great vocal as well. But but for me. If i had to pay the objective. That's the one they. I totally get why you chose that. Yeah hey what how roughing with you guys about this album. That i love like. I never get to do this with anybody that things that i love. It's awesome it's good to it's great to have you on not miss on. Glad you enjoyed it. Yeah not yet abby overnight as we said we got another six hours to go so you can recline a little bit more here. Put the chicken. i think we're gonna. We're gonna quick fire ryan of ten questions and you need. The first thing that comes in yet. They soften stumped some of our guests. But let's see eighty to the golden ten by the golden ducks. Td's going to take the lead in one favorite band. Okay can i. can i just press the siri. Okay like when. I was when i was at primary school. I had a bunch of friends and everybody wanted to know him. My best friend was too. And i and i really struggled with it. 'cause neidl said who the abyss rin was was like one of the most difficult quandary meaning to that point in my life off to school. But when i tell you you're not allowed to tell anybody else i'll tell eight to view but you're not allowed to tell anybody else and so i had. I had this meeting in the bushes an h. One of them came in. And i whispered you and then they left and you know i was soon in trouble. They didn't they. Somebody let the cat out of them that they will. My best friend so choosing favorites is real. Who really likes me quite uncomfortable. We've got a couple of years committing you know. It's like what favorite fruit is like really asking young child as a pair. Yeah and i think that's the point. The changes for me always changes. But now you can go ahead just like you know how hard this is one they go again. Who's your best friend..

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

Shit Songs Off Great Albums

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums

"Welcome to the golden ducks abby. Dobson thank you so much. I'm here at home. I've just told myself a cup of cats claw. Tei vein here. Where is time for. You is in bronte in sydney are lovely roughing roughing it yet yet dot. Org nice today look. I didn't actually make it down to the surf but i have like since the beginning of covid. I've made like a date every day. I walk to the ocean. Slight sallow rhinitis shine. So i did do that just before. I chatted with you now. But i didn't quite say the shoreline so i wasn't i'm not sure what's like Yes great we'll to the golden ducks abby. We're gonna take you back a little bit now all the way to the late eighties when you busking all over the world was musical within your bones. Growing up I think a sierra You know in a in a normal kind of way like most of my family played guitar. We all kind of sang songs and my parents were into music and but yeah. It was pretty casual. It seemed like everybody in the seventy s. Lived that way do you. Not even when. I was at school. All of my school. Friends had a nylon string guitar. In a you know Plastic case that we would go to each other's houses with al guitars so now backs and going play. Need your girl up around bronte mel. I grew up on the north shore of sydney. Plenty of non string guitars around there. I imagine plenty of nylon string guitar around so yeah it was just kind of something that everybody did Rather than being like special in any way where we busking Well the busking thing was omit dane manning who startling on his bride together but before we sadly not as bride. We actually were both working in advertising agencies. An i was looking at the agency that he was he was working full time. And i was just there for a couple of weeks filling in for someone and and we met there and we fell in love and then seek months later. He bought us a one way around the world ticket and alan ticket. I'd never been on sundays and twenty twenty twenty one twenty and And then we took a. We'd both at that stage like he was a closet songwriter. I was a kind of closet singer and we both had done a couple of brackets and jam kind of jam nights in sydney and fun and we used to play at home and then we whenever have essays took guitar with the romantic idea that one day we might have to sing for summer we ended up having to do that. Quite quickly And so we played guitar. We fly boston. Played in small baas around europe and the new york for year and half and that swing can then. We came back to australia and Sodded lane on his bride. Yeah for you and a half. We played in like paris. We there Spent six months. In patterson three months in london three months in central in grace and the islands and then in new york on. So yes that was the busking Always fun you know. There were times. When i'd be singing in tears streaming down size. It's fun to busk unless you need. The money lives. Not fun to bask. Once you form leonardo's bride you release your on masih ninety three actually opens with track title. Leonardo's bride right. So yeah we do to me talking about this earlier. It's a lot of artists named band off for another unsung. You chose your hands name. One of your own songs How did this song that seem to name the band after. It come by was conscious. Decision will did he was the. What's what's the narrative behind it. Oh gosh it's been so long since i've from novel to since i've thought about that the best of the song of course existed i and Look when we were traveling. We had every every town that we went to. We had a different name. The justice and empower soothing lovers and In new york. we were happy and alias. And i think we will ruby slippers or shoes at one point as well before leonardo's bride So i think it was just look it usually just ends up being a decision that is made because the post has to be printed and i think that's how how laying on its bribe with kind of arrived at. It wasn't a confident move was just like oh. We've got to go to the fridge. And we've got the costa that's what it was you know. Is there a link between the mona lisa smile and the leonardo in the song. What was the the premise behind the song. I haven't even heard also so long the yes of course with leonidas. It's yes it's inspired by leonardo davinci. There is a link between melissa smile. And the song title. Yeah going dave have you gone yeah rallies like put. My cat scored city down. This is going be a goofing unbuckle. it's all right. So so what are days like you folding lot. You've given up advertise. Go busking friday months with this guy. He come back sort of officially what those early sort of months and a supposed. Connectivity from years for the group with eight. What are your memories of that time. It was look. I mean it was a great adventure. I mean i'd never been overseas before. Dean was like four years older than me. So he He seems to have that stage more of a more of a kind of ambition than i did. I was just like open for adventure and experience. And and i always loved to sing that. I never ever thought that there was something i could do for a living like. No one ever encouraged me to do that by any means Even though i did it all the time like at school i was will that for every.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Henry's Resume is really something It's Di Zone for sat down in front of an organ when he was two years old. By three he was playing for the congregation at his local church. At six, he was performing at the Apollo. Now in his thirties, Henry has been called a master of the Hammond organ by NPR. Music and Casey are W. 2011. He won a Grammy for best original Roots music album, and two or Grammys came in. While he was a member of the Claimed jazz fusion group Snarky puppy. He shared the stage of Lauryn Hill, Springsteen. The Roots jazz Sex. One is Kenny Garrett was one of the headliners for Quincy Jones, a Steve McQueen soundtrack of America Concert series. This year, he was supposed to tour with his own band, the funk, Apostles and open for Lenny Kravitz. But when the tour was cancelled, he redirected all that energy to an album, one of which he plays. Many of the instruments and itself produced something to say as a collection of songs that sustain optimism in spite of injustice, and it comes out on Friday. We're so happy to have Cory Henry here. Hi, Corey. Hey, I don't hear great. So I was called something to say, and it really runs the gamut of emotions and feelings. At the end of the second, we're going to hear a song called Happy Days. But there are songs on the album that say their names a black man. Once you decide to get you're gonna get into into politics and on this album and injustice How did you figure out what you wanted to say? How did you figure out which issues you really wanted to express yourself on? I just I just new for me. I was just trying to write songs. You know that we're different than the songs that are really on my previous albums and Because I looked at so many videos like you know, the 19 sixties and babies and things like that. Always start like Some of my favorite music like war games. Do you want that? They talked about topics like these, and I wanted to do do it The way they did it, But I realized that you know, like we was kind of living to some of the same thing today. So you know, that just gave me the inspiration that just kind of like Ever try it, You know, be a comfortable, especially as a vocalist this time around. Teo talk about topics that I live to do that we would do and and just say them own words in my own way things you believe in and hopefully inspires change and Ring. The inspiration to people the here to hear it. You know, we interview would see Collins last hour and he was saying I know right, right, But he was in that only you know, in a very strange way, A silver lining for some folks out of the pandemic was it for creative people that it gave space and time to really Kind of have the moment to think about their creative work because we couldn't go anywhere and there were no distractions. Did you find Ty? Did you find creative space during the pandemic? Um uh, I want to say yes. At some point I did beyond so it took a while to get there. I, uh, independent first started. I was I was I was a little down because things were going really well. At the top of this year. We had just finished a tour. Actually coming from Japan. Really? A few places, actually, right, Like I did worry. Manila believes that was part of that, Anyway. Um, go home, and I was getting into June, you know, could also have to be tourney and coming up with any crime just as you mentioned. And one of my, like one of my personal goal for the year was to get my body to look like half a little bit of Lenny Kravitz best. But this is the time of my life. I'm going to figure it out. And I'm going to go for an hour in jail three times four times a week, and I was going in, you know, And did Kobe hitting all the gyms shut down and everything so I got really down. I was like, man, It seems like every time I want to get there, so I'm happy, you know? Andi really got me down. I don't want to go to studio I was. I went to the studio few times to work on the music and it was like it was tough to get sounds and I felt really down, but somewhere mint middle middle depended. Some kind of opened up and I felt really good about things I started creating. And, um and, uh, things got a rolling so, Yeah, it was a mixture of emotions for me. I think for a lot of people, my friend. My guest is Corey Henry. That was no Alma's something to say. It's out this Friday. So you play a lot of instruments on the album and you produced it yourself. Why did you decide Teo to take the reins like that? Um, it's just is just another opportunity. I think as we talked about space and time, Tio had nothing but space and time it just figures and things out. Just what sounds good to me. And I wanted to do that at the forefront after like this record represents that in some type of way because I touch on all of my like heroes. I think you know, like Don't mention Stevie Wonder Marvin Gaye. And you know, Prince and you know her being, you know, James round on a level so and I like those types of sound. So that's what I was. I was going for it. Um and and and I called my music, future souls. So I feel like The honor soul music in on what I feel is to be sold. Is that going to do that and give myself a chance that what that means? Me and hope this record represents that Do when people hear it, Dad, like It is well about finger doesn't another do dynamic? Me. I meant to the top that you're from bed Stuy. How important is Brooklyn to your musical identity? Absolutely leg. Huge. Brooklyn is huge. There's ah started sounds that I feel like after being around the world and doing a lot of touring and stuff like that. Still certain sounds that only come from Brooklyn, a disgusting called the Brooklyn bound Ah, specific type of groove that leg when it Hit that people just a little stop, you know, taking his shoulders and made to show the Sheikh is crazy on. I learned that you know, from growing up in church and you know being around so many amazing musicians and We're going to dances and things like that. Brooklyn is definitely a huge part of my life. New arms coming out on Friday. Something to say, And you're gonna have a live stream album.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on KGO 810

"From Beyonce did a Stevie Nicks weighing it, and there's a new number one. Marvin Gaye's 1971 Protest album. What's going on Takes the top spot. Rolling Stone calling. Of the most important and influential albums ever made in seconds. 1966 is pet sounds from the beach Boys. Joni Mitchell's 1971 epic blew in third. Jason Nathan's An ABC News, Molly would Marvin Gaye Yeah, I love that album. It reminds me honestly, my childhood because my parents love Motown music, and it just was always kind of playing in our house on DH, So it just immediately takes me back. I was looking at that on article about the Rolling Stones list. When you think about best album of all time, I would say It's one of those that you put on and you can listen from first to last song, and it just Great song after great song after great song and one of them, That's on number 10 on the list. It jumped more than 300 spots is an album that I actually own The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. That is a great album that again you could start right at the beginning, and it kind of just blends right into it. Great album. Absolutely love it. I just Or the out. Lauren help. Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is the name of the album and it's a good album. Always dig it out. I have the CD somewhere, probably in my car somewhere, so howto Turn that on because I love it. What's your do you have, like, you know, Marvin Gaye's great and obviously with the message and the current strife in America. That's an obvious great pick. But I would say going by your standards by first moment of this first song to the last song Supertramp Breakfast in America. Every song on this album is so good, and it didn't get a lot of radio play, okay in the day, but, man, I just I could listen to this. All all right? Just just put it on everything. What's that substance? First album? Boston's first album, Another Good.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Demonstrators there were protesting the government's handling of the Corona virus outbreak on for a second night in a row. Police fired tear gas to disperse the crowd since 2020 began their been demonstrations all over the world, Iraq, the UK, Hong Kong, South Korea and, of course, protests here in many American cities, large and small. We're going to talk about protests and police with Brian Kastner. He's an investigator for Amnesty International, and he led a team that looked at how police handled protests in the US following the killing of George Floyd. Hi, Brian. Thank you so much for having me. I know your team analyzed 500 videos taken between May 26 June 5th of police and protestors across the US Give us the headline. What was the interaction like? Well, what we saw is that you know, there was just violence everywhere. And I think that the very low threshold of police to use violence when they could have used other means or even speak to people. That's really what was incredible and shocking and also that the violence was very widespread. So out of those 500 videos, we narrowed it down to 125 specific incidents. In 40 states and the district of Columbia across those 10 days like you said, and it wasn't just New York and L. A in Seattle, it was little towns. Conway, Arkansas, Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was just incredible How widespread and pervasive it wass and what kind of violence are we talking about? You're talking about violence perpetrated by police or violence among everyone. That's a good question. So we were looking specifically a cases where police unlawfully used violence or used force when they didn't have to. And so certainly some of these protests were violent. Some protests turned into riots. But we were focused on incidents, for example, like in Huntington Beach, California, where protesters were laying down in the street. To protest laying on their stomachs, and the police just start shooting at them with pepper balls in that particular case, But there were number one of these where the protests were completely peaceful and whether it was because a curfew was hit. Or because police just decided they needed to clear the road or something where these peaceful protesters were met with violence and really just kind of extraordinarily Inappropriate ways. I want to drill down a little. And first question, of course, is where did you get the videos? And how do you verify their authenticity? So we are trolling social media. We're looking at Reddit. We're looking a tic tac, Facebook Twitter. These are videos that are usually put up by people themselves. Sometimes it was news reports local TV channels they were putting Stuff up, but the majority was what we call user generated content and then we go through a process where we determined when it happened to make sure it's not old to make sure where it happened, specific dates and locations. I mean, these are the same techniques we would use to figure out where an airstrike occurred in Libya, for instance, Except now we're using clues in the background of these videos to confirm that, yes, this really did happened in Richard Virginia at a certain time in place on on a specific day. Now you studied police actions against protesters in other countries give some examples because of course, what I'm getting at is trying to compare police response in a fair way. Absolutely So, For example, I was in Hong Kong last year documenting those protests and what we saw in Hong Kong. A lot was the misuse of tear gas, firing tear gas in confined spaces, firing tear gas in places where the crowd couldn't disperse. There's no point in firing tear gas in a crowd if there's no way for them to leave if they're trapped And we saw that all the time in Hong Kong, and unfortunately we saw that as well in the United States. What's different about what seems to go on in the US versus other countries? You know, it's been less violence, but it's been. It's only been different in magnitude and not in type. And what I mean by that is we were investigating in Iraq last year in Baghdad, where dozens of people were killed because tear gas canisters were fired directly at their heads. And they died in really gruesome ways And unfortunately we've seen had in the United States as well. It hasn't killed dozens. The magnitude is different, but tear gas has been fired directly at people. There's a journalist in Fort Wayne, who lost an eye because of that. And so unfortunately, there's more similarities than I think. We care to admit. Early on In this interview, You said that what the police are doing in some instances here in the U. S is unlawful. What makes what they're doing unlawful. Right, So our standard for unlawful is international human rights law and the U. N standards and so inappropriate use of force excessive use of force beatings against peaceful protesters, the indiscriminate firing of rubber bullets into crowds, trapping people with tear gas. All of those air, potentially unlawful acts by the police. Ryan Kastner is senior crisis advisor for Amnesty International. Thanks a lot for speaking with us. Appreciate it. Thank you. It's been roughly 50 years since the first big wave of Indian immigrants started settling in the U. S. So maybe it was just a matter of time before an Indian American musician made the cover of Rolling Stone India. But as the world's Rupert Chinois reports, the cross cultural fame comes with twice the potential for culturally insensitive mistakes. Long before survey tha Row was on the cover of Rolling Stone India, wearing a cape sunglasses and an attitude. She was a classical Indian dancer that growing up in L. A. Rao's parents got her a livin dancing instructor. She practiced seven hours a day by your teens. She was performing professionally before huge audiences in the U. S. And India and feeling out of place in school. You know, I would travel and tour when I was a kid, You know, I would. I would do all those things. So I was different, you know, than people in my class. She didn't feel like she belonged anywhere. Then she heard Lauryn Hill and the Fuji's ready or not.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"As we head down the final stretch every Tuesday evening Lauryn hill's birthday Lauren hill on this day may the twenty six ninety seventy five nice birthday boards and I still have another one to go out with here a classic hope everyone safe and happy and doing the best they can let's talk to someone of my negative woods Chris is in Colfax joining us to wrap up the show cristallo hi Pat how are you doing I got a couple things here first of all thank you so much for letting me plug our bakery last week we actually had customers come in and tell us that they heard about the bakery on the Pat Walsh show so got into that's a high rate yeah it's a really wonderful Jack I tell you I owe you a paycheck but thirty five years ago I started listening to K. F. B. K. and I built homes all my life and ninety nine out of a hundred days I was first one on the job each day so my boom box came out and we listen to rush in the morning and Thomas in the afternoon and that was that thanks I'd like to talk a little about it a little bit about a central workers union trying to keep this real short I built before you do that grandma sees cookies Graham Aussies cookies tell I recall facts go to Colfax and Intel will Gramos you tell them you represent the powerwall show go to grandma's sees in check him out go ahead Chris all right anyway I I built little literally hundreds of homes in my life so literally hundreds of families are out there getting to you know hide out in their houses because of me the other thing is I work on UC Davis Medical Center downtown sider mercy San Juan and I repeat hospital up here in Auburn and so who's in the central worker not only that how about the guy that made my custom leather bags down and that's just reply how about Stanley tools all my tools how about the little mom and pop breakfast place where I had breakfast every morning or subway where I went to get it done right state I mean Armin that's right it and and that's the right angry birds respondents out there our son is the plaster county deputy sheriff I get it god bless all those guys and and god bless the I was just at bring faith in February for a heart procedure everything went well it was all great of those people are wonderful I love everyone of them and I am an absolute pain in the **** patient I don't deserve any of them yes they they put Chris we are out it's on your body but also your grandma season thanks for mentioning all the small businesses we're out of time I'll continue to message are to imagine all the small businesses pay he lied thank you only I'm a gold still on you're born this day in nineteen twenty norm of the lord's hang strum listen I want to say thank you to everyone tonight Kendall proudly you thank you thanks to for all the great phone.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on KCRW

"Miss Lauryn hill performing live les GT will have the latest from Hannah Williams and affirmations that I'm up at ten o'clock music from chromatic surprise new album and I'll have new work from U. K. jazz collectively the comet is coming it's the sounds of tomorrow tonight starting at eight o'clock right here on KCRW. this is pressed play on KCRW I Madeline brand the hotel suite meetings the open bathrobe the persistent requests for a massage the now well known sequence of events described by many of the women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault nearly ninety accusers have come forward since the New York times broke the story two years ago now times journalist Jody counter and make into a have written a book about how they got the story it's called she said breaking the sexual harassment story that helped ignite a movement and Megan to return to me now hi hi. will you join Jody on this investigation like she was already starting to look into it in the early part of twenty seventeen and you've been covering sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump when when he was a candidate and you call back the most bruising reporting stretch of your career so when Jody asked you to help her out and join her on in her reporting did you think now or what did you. you know what they were it was an interesting problem to have the real question for me coming back from maternity leave was whether or not I was gonna join Jody on the one scene investigation or continue covering trump and I decided to take a day to deliberate over over that question and I had colleagues who were saying who are covering trump and said listen he's a story of a lifetime you'd be crazy not to do this like who's really gonna care about a sleazy producer in Hollywood and I even had questions myself about the one scene investigation at that point I'll be honest it was hard for me to conceive of famous actresses like Ashley Judd and Gwyneth Paltrow being victims being people who needed help bringing their voices to to light and but you know Jodie convince me like listen if the if if sexual harassment as happened to these types of women than the nobody is immune but it was a formidable task because many reporters before you seem to reporters I cannot let at The New Yorker had tried to get the story in content. that was that was certainly information that we were aware of we knew that there had been other journalists who had tried and and had failed or gotten stock and the we actually encounter that from from sources people would say why should I talk to you you know once it's gonna be able to stop this the same way he stopped all other investigations and so we actually felt like that was that sort of made the the stakes even higher than we felt like there was you know that there was a real obligation to to see it through and and work as hard as we could to to bring it to light well let's talk about some of those efforts that he took to try to block this story one of them involved the lawyer the famous lawyer David Boies who argued bush V. gore he was his celebrity attorney am he called himself Weinstein's friend what did boys do for one steam here he was Harvey Weinstein's biggest offender he was the attorney who came in time and again and helped wind Steen cover up conceals spin allegations of sexual misconduct against him and also evade scrutiny and so he was by once inside in two thousand seventeen as he was working to to beat back our investigation in fact he ended up signing a contract that one scene took out on us basically a hit that he took out on our investigation with black cube this private investigative firm made up of former Israeli intelligence officials who were promised a three hundred thousand dollar bonus if they could bring a halt to our investigation wow and so with this black cube hired by winds dean the contact as he say signed by David Boies what were they doing to discredit your investigation yeah and we should point out that one seems use of black he was first exposed by the journalist run and ferro and so so we you know we wanted to to learn more about it and see so you didn't know about at the time we didn't know about it we assumes that wind scene was employing private investigators it's. an unusual for powerful figures in institutions when they know they're being investigated by say that beyond the New York times or someplace else to to get private investigators involved but this was you know learning about plaque Cuban at at a firm that was like a whole nother order these weren't people who are just paid to dig up information these were agents who adopted fake identities and targeted not just you know journalists but also sources we are women that that one scene feared would go public there were people who called women including some of our sources saying that they were journalists working on stories and trying to extract information one of the agents actually contacted my reporting partner Jody pretending to be basically like a feminist who was putting on a women's conference and wanted to see if Jody might might participate as a way to try to extract information from from her so so this woman who went by the name of Diana fill up who's trying to get Jody to talk to her in this pretty laboratory described in the book she sets up this whole this website and pretends to be holding a conference and she wants Judy to talk at the conference but all of that is just so she can find out who Jody sources in your sources are. yeah that's that's exactly right and and this was once again a contract that was executed with David Boies who we should point out was also working for his law firm was working for The New York Times at the same time that he was negotiating a contract that basically paid agents to adopt fake identities to pursue journalists at The New York Times and try to manipulate them I assume the near Times ended that contract did the New York times yes the New York times and and you know David Boies at has said that he that he regretted not know he claimed to not know the details of everything that black cube was doing and and and regretted that he didn't pay closer attention and that's what he says but more broadly he submitted to a series of interviews for this book and told me straight out that he actually more broadly had no regrets for the way that he had represented wind Steen over the years no regrets not even hiring the by Cuban and all the stuff that they did nope. I mean what's interesting about him too is that he's representing some Jeffrey up stings victims pro bono I understand right so you know one of the things with this book is that if we had real weird realize that in the first story in breaking that first one scene story we had been able to connect some of the dots and since then we have done so much additional reporting that has helped to bring together other pieces of the puzzle including the machinery that was in place to try to silence the women and halter investigation and the individuals and institutions that were complicit in the in the abuse and so we knew that we're gonna be able to sort of tell the world about these findings and in our book but there was a period of time where we kind of watched as some of the figures who we had reported on an uncovered new information about from David Boies and also Lisa bloom who's another figure another you know one of the most prominent feminist attorneys in the country who worked for crossed over in two thousand sixteen to work for wind Steen you're both she and David Boies have received a lot of attention and in recent months for representing victims as Jeffrey obscene and and have you know have been really kind of waving the flag of victims rights and concern for issues of sexual harassment and sexual assault and you know in our book we were able to sort of pull back the curtain on the role that these two people played and actually assisting another you know prominent allege predator. with regards to Lisa bloom Gloria Allred starter you have this extraordinary letter email in your book that she sent to a wine stain first of all that you put this in writing is pretty incredible given that she's pretty savvy lawyer and she just outlines exactly what she's prepared to do to help him out and one of those parts of that that release stuck out for me was when she writes about rose McGowan who has accused him and she says I feel equipped to help you against the roses of the world because I have represented many of them they start out as impressive bald women but the more one presses for evidence the weaknesses and lives are revealed. and so it seems like she's talking about a lot of our clients first of all that in that memo when when we obtain that memo last year you know our jaws dropped we we we knew that that Lisa bloom had crossed over to work for one Steen and when the story broke as she. apologize to and has since claimed that she went to go work for him because she was only aware as of one see making inappropriate comments to women and that she wanted to work with him to help him apologize for his behavior and what we were able in the course of obtaining not just this memo but her billing records from her work for winds dean we were able to see in her own writing in her own words that much darker role that she played in this memo that you sent to him which was basically like a job audition in which she spelled out all of the underhanded tactics that she's going to use to help him under mine rose McGowan and then later other other accusers and she's basically saying that she's going to harness all of the experience she's had in working with victims to help him work against them ray but it also shines a light on her general attitude you just wonder about her professed. name but she's a representa tive of you know press women and women have been done wrong by men and it seems so cynical does she not believe them has she not relieve the women that she's worked with it's it's certainly one of the questions and we reproduce that memo in its entirety so that readers can ponder those questions themselves and see exactly what she said in her own writing at that time. it is pretty shocking I will say that I'm moving on to her mother Gloria Allred very famous feminist lawyer representing lots of women who. his man of of rape and sexual harassment in she doesn't come off well either in your box because she is orchestrating behind the scenes a lot of these and DA's and these NBA's that are extremely restrictive that some of these women her clients can't even tell their their mother or their their therapists that they have been sexually assaulted why did she do that..

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Orchestra. Hey, we get on our birthday Queen this week. Ms Lauren hill. Lauryn. Kill. Debut, solo albums make way of like hers dead not to mention her work in the food, of course. And she was also awesome, insist to here is Rachel with x factor from the education of Lauryn Hill. Could. So simple. But. We. Was. No. Please seem so. Work. Stay says. This is crazy. Just. So, yeah. Two. The. Now. Care. Said you'd be there. You said you. You said you care. Said you crafts only you said you. Why won't you? Birthday, more hill. We'll probably his segment.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Symphony. Orchestra we get on our birthday Queen this week, MS Lauryn Hill. Lauryn hill. Gave you solo albums make way of like hers dead not to mention her work in the food. Of course, she was also awesome in sister act, two here is Rachel price with x factor from the mis education of Lauryn Hill. Could. But. He's. Now. Seem. Crave. Back. Just can't. With. The. No, you care. Said you'd be. You said you. You said you care for me. Said you crafts, you said you call me. Why won't you? Hill. We'll probably his segment.

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Tara trust that when facts are aired the American legal system will sort the matter out and produce a just result, the lawyers committee for civil rights in Boston says companies using the threat of deportation to suppress wages or commit other violations of US labor laws is hardly new attorney or Nimby speaks from experience using immigration enforcement as a threat to not have to pay wages to undocumented workers is pretty regular tactic for shady bosses in Massachusetts and across the country. I used to work at the Brazilian workers center and one of their main complaints was always while my boss hasn't paid me. But when they don't pay me they threatened to call immigration, and what we're seeing with the case that just broke is just the next collation of that kind of activity. Carol rose of the ACLU says Boston should better enforce it. So local policies. On cooperating with ice. Otherwise, she warns stories like the tower, construction retaliation case could have a widespread negative impact for the world. Philip Martin Ugandan musician Chila says there's one album that changed her life. It came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight at the time Chila was a young girl and went by her full name, Sarah Chila that music. She heard though setter on. Irreversible course. One album that had a huge impact on my life was the missile -cation of Lauryn Hill in resonated with me completely and was very inspirational to me. For very long time music on the radio was just, you know, shake your bud and just very shallow lyrics, and that listening to Lauren hill was just very transformative for me. When I finally graduated college with a computer science degree in software engineering. I decided, you know, I've always wanted to not just be a musician. But I've always wanted to speak out about the situation in Africa. And I've always wanted to be a social Justice area of always wanted to be an activist and one of the best ways I feel that I can do that is through music. Me. The luge the rate today. Let's go to win. New album is cold barreled in crisis. It's basically my experiences with the world being in crisis. And at the current moment. Nations doubt the nation. The nation's rhymes. Cash me. Good and evil. And. The way I laid out the album was that I wanted to I speak my mind, speak, my piece lay out all the issues, and then as the progresses, you get a sense of you know. Okay. So what do we do about it? You've just told us about this this this. So what happens now, so the odham progresses into a more hopeful note and goes more from like, the hard the tough edgy sound of hip, hop and rapid spoken word into more melodic, a more calm and feeling of. Okay. There's hope an okay their solutions in the song medicine. You hear you know, love is the medicine loves the cure. And as you get to the end of the album, the last song water is about truth and seeking out truth. So that's the progression of the album. Musician shila sharing thoughts and rations behind her new album world in crisis. And that is the world today from the nanna Bill Harris studios here at WBZ in Boston. I'm Marco werman. We're back with you tomorrow..

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Greg that was a little bit of the two thousand sixteen viral hit Alaska which really introduced Maggie Rogers to the world fascinating back story for this. Young woman grows up in Easton Maryland began playing harp at age seven across up in a house. That is equal parts classical music and Neo soul. Like, Erica, do and Lauryn Hill. She goes onto the vaunted Berkley school of music studies music there, and then NYU my alma mater, but she was at the Clive Davis institute of recorded music, and her mentor was none other than ferrall Williams. The story goes she wrote that hit Alaska in fifteen minutes after a hiking trip. Played it for Hurrell. He was blown away and her career is launched. Now, we have a proper debut album Alaska is just one track on it. The record is called heard it in a past life. Let's play track. We'll come back, and we will give our opinions. This is on and off by Maggie Rogers on sound opinions. With. Soup. You know win. Get. Thing. It..

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"lauryn hill" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"lauryn hill" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"There's a bit of similarity, right? Yeah. So the vamp is when you take a cord or a couple of cords, and you just repeat them on loop. So that other people can improvise over them. Right. Precisely right. And in this case would true. Both of these songs is they're taking two chords that are one step apart and just going back and forth back and forth, and using that as a springboard for these just kind of wild almost Indian Ragas inspired improvisation. Oh, yeah. I hear that. Now. Again, you might not connect light my fire to jungle drains, my favorite things, but the doors. Right, right. As a direct influence, so nineteen sixty seven now is his light my fire. And now I wanna skip way into the future to check out kind of the the next I think important reinterpretation of my favorite things. This is by an artist who were very familiar with Lauryn Hill. But this particular song was never released. So it may be less Samaria to people. This is called black rage. On to. Person. Things and and suffering worse. These guys. That's powerful. Yeah. I know I I was introduced to this track a few years ago. I'd never heard before and it and it just stopped me in my tracks. Yeah. It's amazing. How you can take something familiar. Rework the lyrics and it takes on a whole new meaning. Yeah. And reform. It's no, no, I agree. And it's like she's doing something very smart here. She's taking that original minor melody, and she's sort of leaning into it a little bit, right? And creating these lyrics that more reflect the musical quality of minor and create this deeply disturbing ironic. Dissonance between the original Eric's of puppies, and Brown, paper packages, the very real violence and struggle of being black in the twenty first special the when she borrows the lyric tied up with string. Yeah. I mean that is a complete could not have gone to the darkest place that could go, but because of the contrast of our association to that song of happiness is that much more emotionally potent. Like, the imagery is so upsetting and powerful. Yeah. So, you know, once again, this nineteen Fifty-nine original has gone in so many ways, it's testament to one of the most exciting things about pop music is the way it reimagined reinterprets artifacts of the past. And that brings us to Arianna 'Grande. Right. How is she taking this classic theme. And reworking it let's spin it again just that first section. This knees. Lesson..

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20 years later, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' is still relevant to power and pain of womanhood

WBZ Morning News

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

20 years later, 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' is still relevant to power and pain of womanhood

"And today marks twenty, years since the release Of a landmark. And hip hop R&_b. the miseducation of Lauryn Hill this singer songwriters acclaimed. Solo debut came out when hell was just, twenty three years old after she had already achieved huge success as. A member of, the Fujii's Amy. Linden is a music writer, who has done work for x. XL the New York Times. And many more have always been, tons of women in hip hop but the sort of. Sexism of the industry only allows for. One female rapper, at a, time so everybody was sort of looking at her as the one who is going to kinda take the prize Grammy winning album features contributions. From Mary j. Blige and Carlos Santana it also covered a wide range of topics including hills experiences as. A new mother you

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