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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Support for the family of george. floyd. I'm imagining kind of like a hostage situation right. You meet the twelve jurors somewhere. You put blindfolds on them. Throw them in a van. Bring into the court has they. Don't see anything but that's not what happened but amazing. So let's do this. Let's go through a few of the moment now talking about the trial and give us a little more context and perspective on on the significance of these moments. And i want to begin with darnell frazier. This is the the young woman who recorded the video that went viral. That started the entire case with. Listen when i look at george floyd i look at look at my dad. Look at my brothers will get cousins uncles because they are all black. I have planned five black father. I have a blank. Have like friends. And i look at that and i get how that could have been one of them. I stayed up apologizing in politics. To george floyd for not doing more in not physically interacting in life. It's is not what i salute. What he's done the answer. You probably one of the most important moments. In the case julia. i agree. You can hear the weight of this. Case of. George floyd debt on her on danila. She is someone who is seventeen years old when this happened. She's so young to carry around a burden like that so this was a moment that it was just hard to ignore because of not only her youth but also the fact that she was the one who she likely had not posted this to facebook not put it on social media where others were able to see it that we would not have seen the outcry that followed or instead and you know going in. We were wondering who who was this Young woman who recorded the video. And what would she be like on the stand and then to testify in that manner and making it. So real and so personal i mean just amplified the impact of the video an amplified what what happened there. If that's even possible right. You're how could how could he get but she did. And that was a big part of this case and was the the people that were there what they did how they reacted set the table. I think in the way prosecutors presented that evidence was so effective because this is really how they started their case by laying the foundation through the people who had to witness. George floyd death in person and to hear that frustration an incredibly powerful now another important witness was One of the experts. And this is an expert who you know after. He testified lawyer after lawyer. Like on my show and other places. Like wow that. That's what you want from. An expert is name is dr martin tobin. Let's listen yes. Mr floyd died from a low level of oxygen and this caused damage to his brain that we see and it also caused a pa arrhythmia that caused his heart to stop and by pe. You mean pulse. Less electrical activity correct particular form of an abnormal. The heart arrhythmia particular form. I will tell you what i thought would have been. The weakest part of the prosecution's case became very very strong through these experts. And why i'm saying that. Dr martin tobin is not a pathologist. He's not the medical examiner every trial. I've covered for year after year after year. Julie j. the prosecution puts on the medical examiner and relies on them for cause of death but here they went in a completely different direction with someone who's never testified in a criminal case before and it was. It was an unbelievable move. Martin tobin was the star witness for them when it came to cause of death emas concise. He was clear and he was demonstrative. You felt that hearing help walk you through. How george floyd died in his opinion. And you even heard an alternate juror. Talk about this trial. After the fact. Lisa christianson adult. Cvs morning that he was the reason that she really changed your mind about cause of death the way he described it was so clear to her that she understood this is how he died and she was a potential juror. Who during jury selection said. I believe that if you can talk you can breathe which really runs counter to what dr token testified to and the part that to me i. It's believable that the prosecution went into this case and very unorthodox right. You've got the attorney. General's office hiring private attorneys to come in there and not getting paid. But they're coming on board volunteering their time to try. The case and they're not prosecutors are currently not prosecutors not part of the attorney general's office and i think it was that approach of how do we do this. Why why do we have to do it that way. We can do it however we want like. There's a formula for how prosecutors try cases and they through the formula out and a big part of it was bringing in an expert. Like dr martin. Tobin who is not a pathologist who was not the medical examiner is not the one who did the autopsy but rely upon him as your main witness to prove the most important element which was the cause of death. Absolutely amazing julia. I'm wondering what sort of impact this might have. On on the way prosecutors look at cases in the future. That's really true. You're pointing out something about them being especially jerry. Blackwell being civil litigator and there were things about this case. Feel of how they did things that reminds me of civil litigation and bringing any kind of experts that they brought in just the approach overall that that's an interesting point but i don't know that every prosecutor gets this kind of this level of resources and us just. This is going to be a fact. So bullet change their approach. Perhaps but will also look at this and say well. It's not possible. We don't have the resources to do about that kind of time to attract those kind of experts. Can a lot of these are experts. Did it for free. The cardiologists who came in and talked about george floyd heart. He did this for free. And doc mark cuban is well so that's not going to be the case in cases that don't have this kind of high-profile. Well i will say this though. I think there's an opportunity for some level of a partnership between prosecutors and private industry private and we're talking about experts in different areas that maybe that's part of what they do like lawyers donate their time all the time do pro bono cases so why can't doctors and experts do a little bit of pro bono work to help out you know prosecutors in trying to prove cases. I think it's a fascinating concept and something. We need to keep an eye on now. Finally there was a pathologist who testified for the prosecution but they really didn't rely on them but the defense relied on one. Dr.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Going to be twenty nineteen song of the summer the queue, this music, panelists here to share their predictions? Lisa christianson is a producer and art supporter from CBC's on the coast. She joins us from Vancouver. Hello, welcome to the pool, and sitting at trust for me here in Toronto is diversity. A freelance music journalist and critic Hello. Hello in Toronto were hoping we have some summer. Nice. So what does it song need to even be considered a song of the summer Tabassum? What's the criteria you I think you really has to have an element to fund? You know, when you think of a summer song, you can just picture blasting out of a car, stereo, something upbeat, really singable with a big chorus. So we're usually looking at the big sort of pop radio friendly tunes, but it's not limited by Sharon -ssarily. It's all a bit style in the field. Lisa. How do the billboard charts figure out who comes out on top in the end? Yeah, this is where it's actually science everyone in math, and it's not just fun and games here. This billboard billboard does a measure the chart success of a song how it moves up and down the charts over the this time right now from June up until Labor Day. Right. So this is all the streaming on YouTube, and Spotify and itunes. They look at all of that. And at the end of the summer, they decide which one had the highest ranking all summer long. Thank you for your scientific analysis. I'm taking my glasses off now. All right. Let's get into the Vasan predictions. I heard you've got a Canadian in the running indeed. So you're listening to Shawn Mendez, his latest big hit if I can't. Have you recently hitting number two on the billboard charts? It was number one on our very own CVC music, top twenty Tabassum. What makes this song a strong candidate for song of the summer? Well, he hits you with the chorus right off the top. You don't see a lot of that in songs these days, but it's a brilliant move and not only that he's showing us kind of all sides, Shawn Mendez, right? Like, number.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Seven rings Taylor. Swift's? Look what you made me do and the verbs bittersweet simple symphony all three of the songs are massive hits. All three borrowed directly from three. Well known songs by other artists, and then they had to pay them. Verve. Took from the Rolling Stones Taylor took from right said Fred Ariana lifted that melody directly from Rogers and Hammerstein the sound of music now you may have heard yesterday. Oh, you're seeing on the show that area Anna signed over ninety percent of the royalties to that saw of that song to Rogers and Hammerstein Lisa. What do you think about that number might be a bit low? Hey when you listen to that. And it's not like. Obscure song that no one's ever heard of to go watch C ripped off this artists. I've never heard of him and that was pretty hard. Not to notice that. So I think that's a great sign. I think also as an artist it's makes a lot of sense to show that you respect the creative process and you'll pay for it. Yeah. Harming how about how about you ninety does that? How do you feel about that number? I'm not surprised by that at all my favorite things is one of the most recognizable songs from the sound of music. And if somebody's going to use that song or borrow it in any way, why not get in your bag charge them as much as you possibly can. This is why you've no rights ownership rights to music is such an important thing know, a fair amount about music publishing harmony, how are these things usually divvied up in a nutshell? It's up to the publisher in the composer's to decide what the split side publishing. Math can get very tricky very quickly, especially if there are multiple composers and multiple publishers involved in the song. That could mean so first implicity sake. Most people split the the rights equally split the shares equally just to avoid any conflict or delays in releasing the song that could meet I write ninety five percent of a song and you come along. And right one lyric and we both own equal amounts of that's not not bad for. The cliche is at all the songs have been written. There are only so many notes in so many orders that you can play these those notes so in a perfect world. Where is the line? Lisa. What line would have to cross for you to say that there should be credit, given if you're hearing this on for the first time and you go oh come on. That is outrageous. That is exactly the song. I've already heard before if that's in your head. There's a problem, and that's my line. Okay. So the oh come online. Oh, come on. If you have to hear it like that in your head to. So there's a there's a come online. Is there is there? Also, no you didn't line. Various did. You think you'd get away with? I think yes, if you remove my part of the song and something huge is missing from your track that, yes, I need my credit. And I think it's interesting though to look at sampling as interpretation as ripping off. I don't think it's that at all. And I think some artists are actually really open to having their songs introduced to a new a new audience. So it's a good thing. And I mean, look at staying owning eighty five percent of juice world's lucid dreams his kids. Eat off of that song forever. What's wrong about making money in your sleep? Is what I say. I think you've just got to be open about doing it. I mean, I know that Taylor swift had already talked to right said Fred before that happened before it came out that all of that arrangement had happened. And I think that's where we feel better as opposed to having to listen. And and know that it may be an artist is going to have to go to court for something. Right. Exactly. It's it's best to get permission round and do it and then beg for forgiveness. Sure. Well, thanks to you both for weighing in on this, a harmony of music, critter critic and writer here in Toronto. Lisa christianson is a producer and arts reporter for CBS's on the coast. She joined us from studio in Vancouver. Thanks to you. Both. Thank you. Afternoon. Oh boy. Coming up next.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Elton John with rocket, man. Now, they're in the news because they are all getting or have already received the Hollywood treatment a facelift, no, no, no bio, pic queens, by pick a bohemian rhapsody is up for five kademi awards this Sunday and the trailers for new movies about motley, Crue and Elton John have just dropped online. So what's with all the rockstar flicks? Who's next what does it mean? And why do you answer these questions and more the queue this music panel are here? Joining me from Vancouver is arts reporter and producer for CBS's on the coast. Lisa christiansen. Hi, lisa. Good morning. I thought the answer to that question was. Karaoke with the office group this weekend. And here with me in studio is Toronto based music writer, Tabassum Siddiqui. Hi to you morning. Okay. So actually Queen is going to be performing at the Oscars this weekend. Lisa is is that a big poll for you to turn into the Oscars to watch Queen perform, well when you say Queen you mean with Adam Lambert. Let's yes Lear here. Okay. No. That is not I actually tune into the Oscars to watch some about movies. And I know that of course, the the movie rhapsodies nominated, but no, I'm not particularly looking forward to this. It'll probably just make me miss, Freddie. Mercury even more, and maybe I'll have a little cry. Oh tabassum. How do you feel about this? Yeah. To note of the big award shows in recent years, but you know, it's funny research talking about Bibi concentration on the movie aspect. I actually have in recent years been more interested in the music part of the Oscars just as a music fan, but you know, given the confusion around how they're even going to present a lot of the best song at the Oscar this year. I mean, just yesterday. They don't they mentioned Kendrick. Lamar is no longer performing his tune from buck panther even the castle Mary Poppins guaranteeing their own song. I mean who knows what's going on at this point? So between all of that. And you know, I'm sure plenty of Queen fans will tune in. And that's great. But I'm not particularly interested this year, you it's really interesting both of you when you've said bohemian rhapsody, you laughed while you said the title of the movie, I find that very interesting. The reception to this film has been well documented I mean, it's been pilloried by the critics and yet it's still raking it in at the box office. Now, Lisa you just watch this film last night, just for us your cue and tell me how was your experience. Well, I was surprised actually that you know, that you could take such a dynamic amazing band and make such a dull film about just I was so surprised that there were so many scenes where everyone was angry at Freddie because he was late to the studio. I just I was I didn't know what kind of movie this was it was a very odd. And you know, what it was really the strangest thing is I found I was more intrigued when the credits happened because that was actually Queen performing don't stop me now. And I thought wow, here that's what they used to look like this is why I love them and a lot of people love them. So I find it very mysterious. My mom really loved this movie. And I'm going to really grill her and find out what she likes Tabassum. Why do you think there's been such a huge? Critical disconnect to this film. Yeah. I mean, I think I'm on the critic side here they took what should have been at. How all the great story. I mean, Freddie, Mercury star itself. But also the ark of the band, and they've somehow mash to make adult as we said, you know, and it's funny because I think on one hand the audiences aren't necessarily looking at a film critic way in the sense of a lot of people are just going to entertain and there are elements there, the great music onto acting of Ramallah all that kind of thing where you playing that they could probably find to hang their hat on there. But in the sense of how they could take what should have been could have been a great movie and turn it into something that a lot of people find incredibly either dull or just not the whole some of its parts is I think why the critics are just not having it. I made a decision not to see the film because I liked Queen. And I saw them live. And I thought I don't need to change that experience in any way. So I'm not going to do and all their live performances are on YouTube. Should you want to see? You can watch the real thing. And there's also a great live concert film. That was shot in Montreal in the nineteen seventies. It is fantastic. Okay. But bohemian rhapsody isn't the only rock by OPEC the trailers for motley cruise movie, the dirt and Elton John's rocket man have been released, and let's take these one of the one of the time the Elton John trailer. Lisa will what do you think about that? Will you go see it? Well, I mean, I'm a big Elton John fan. I watched the trailer. I thought it looked interesting. There is a lot of potential. I think to tell an interesting story. But I suppose we said that about Queen as well. But you know, that Elton did Reginald white overcame a lot to become the artists that he did. So there's a lot in this film to explore. I hope it's a lot more interesting. I hope it allows him to have a great story. And celebrate the great musical genius that he is. But I'm a little leery, I suppose on after just watching bohemian rhapsody. Hopeful you may repair by that. Tabassum? What do you think? Yeah. I mean, I think there is so much remind in these rock by OPEC's, and you know, the the trailer for rocket man at shows kind of the arc of a guy who got hit humble beginnings and how he became kind of the one of the biggest song writers and Rockstars in the world. And I think that's where audiences are looking for that really like how how are you telling the story of someone like so many of us can't even fathom that kind of success? How what was the ark of how they got there? So something that really boils down to that human level. I think is really what makes a successful bio-pic like that. And it's also a lot cheaper than trying to get a ticket to Elton John's final tour. The final two. Yeah. Yeah. What about the dirt? Tabassum? I mean is twenty nineteen the right year to be dredging up the dirt very good question. Well, I mean, there's already a lot of people talking about the source material. It's off the book has been criticized for started the way, it's portrayed some of the darker, periods of the bands existence. And but I think I mean, there's there's something to be said for looking at these type of bands like the band from the sixties seventies eighties there so much there everything from controversies to just plain bad behavior. A really great film about any of those acts would take a look at all of it. And I think there's no point in sanitizing that stuff we can put it on the screen, and we can talk about it audiences are not dumb. They're they're and they already know the stories storage out there. These are not fictionalized obviously a fictional, fellas. But on one hundred taking it from the source material. So if you're going to look at these bans lives, let's look at the whole picture. Well, motley Crue. That was quite a band, and I remember interviewing them and GD really think they're gonna put all those antics in in a movie, Lisa. What do you think is going to happen? Yeah. Well, I mean, there's an interesting thing how they will decide because that book came out in two thousand and one the dirt. And I this subheading just always kind of nauseates me. Confessions of the world's most notorious rock band. You know, like, they they they're not they're not great musicians or songwriters. So they tried to kind of compensate or overcompensate some might say with their crazy antics and wildlife, and so it'll be really interesting to see because there are some dark moments in the band's history as we know you even see some of them in the trailer with car crashes and children. So will they highlight those things? Well, those being the back will they be just a celebration that hey, everyone, especially all you dudes out. There you missed the eighties, and it was awesome. And I hope that's not what it is. Because that's not the time. We're having a drug crisis women are coming forward with their stories. This is not the time to celebrate some bygone era that really caused a lot of damage. Yeah. It Tabassum thinking, you know, I'm not sure that this is going to have the wide appeal that even bohemian rhapsody had like, I don't think this is going to be something you're going to be saying eight hundred million dollars at the box office in pilloried by the critics and loved by people. What do you think for sure I think that's probably true? I mean, I think there are a lot of fans the band that will go to see it. I regardless of what critics think, and that's always going to be the way with music movies movies that are based on real bands said that hundreds of thousands of people love, whether you were I care about motley Crue or any of these acts that are gay the bio pic treatment is sort of beyond the point. But yeah, I do I think it will be at a level that a Queen by OPEC wraps up Selena. Thanks to both of you. That was a lot of stuff. I've been speaking with Lisa christianson and arts reporter and producer for CBS's on the coast and Tabassum CD. He freelance music journalist here in Toronto..

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"On the thank goodness justin timberlake told us that summer starts now i had no idea you you that's that's soulmate from justin timberlake and on top of that donald glover aka childish gambino released two songs with the word suffer in the title just this week summertime magic and feels like summer lisa i'm gonna ask you again are these songs with summer in the title cynical singles i i don't want to be cynical about this but are these are these singles meant just for dreaming spins or are these wonderful artists just trying to get us to groove to that's a beautiful no i think this is kind of desperate maybe we could use that word i think also someone you know called and said look there's not one contender really we've got nice for what from drake but it's sort of a default can we do something else can there be some sort of other you know cheerleader song or something and so everyone tries every year none of those worked for me got it how about you jarrett i mean i feel like i'm just quickly becoming the cynical voice on this panel but you know i'm like i think that all of it is it's a yeah it's a play for a play for attention in a way it's kind of like titling your record like a hashtag i mean i remember wrappers in the early two thousands were calling their albums a hashtag your new wellness jay to try to see you know to try to see the attention in these spaces and everybody knows that you know they're they're looking for that summer playlist soundtrack whatever they're doing so putting a song out that that's already telling you to put it on the playlist the new single put it on the playlist it's on the playlist jukebox oh yeah call up the jukebox and ask if they have any songs for summer summer title anybody anybody jarrett childish gambino made a massive artistic and political statement with his song this is america earlier this is complete switch of gears what do you make of that move i don't know what to make that move i mean again like i don't wanna i don't wanna only cynical voice here but at the same time i feel like people i think we're looking at the previous single with this america as being kind of pointing in a particular direction around kind of critique that he was making about the world that he and other artists and other people from his community are inhabiting and there's been a lot of discussions around whether or not that was actually the big political statement that it seemed video did huge numbers a lot of people paid attention and talked about it but then people are like well what does he really saying here and i think by the fact of kind of following up with these other songs he's clearly testing the water in a way that isn't isn't articulating a clear political trajectory at least i mean you know feel good songs of the summer or nothing nothing negative in that respect so i mean you know power to you for for doing that but i don't necessarily the connect between the two well now lisa no in it comes on the in the car instead of rolling the windows down i kind of you know kind of close in and go mcginnis very serious billy this is serious stuff and then it ends and i go who that was intense i don't even know how that ended up talking about the summer souls i know there was some talk of that's on you know being the song of the summer i don't see that yeah yeah well maybe maybe we got to play some summertime magic and just maybe maybe donald glover needed the relief to you know i feel that celebrates nominations you need some songs the celebrate that his whole life is the celebration i'm you know he can win win win win all the time lisa christianson thank you our pleasure to be here so nice early at least an arts reporter in associate producer for cb's on the coast as well as co host of the pop this podcast you're at martineau is the host of reclaimed on cbc music thanks jarrett thanks.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That's the represented by the first stream jarrett here and that is weighted with a twothirds mark oh jeez yeah the consumption of music has changed so much the way that we interact with these things in this and even as lisa was breaking down i was just thinking more about in a way to these charts matter anymore before i feel like when everybody was buying albums looking at who was ascending the ranks of meant something different than it does now in the air of streaming where it's just the ubiquity of individuals aung that appear in disappears at a moment's notice at least you had said to our producer mitch that that trying to compare modern day movie blockbuster this was like trying to compare modern they movie blockbuster with the film gone with the wind yeah i would i would be quite difficult every single time if we always ask that one question the beatles or it's a little bit weird always go oh jurassic park did well was it is good as gone with the wind every single time and then do that did you count for inflation yeah yeah there's too much to consider so lisa how about this i guess this is a comparison maybe we could make it easier to do what the beatles did back in that time and i'm not talking artistically i'm talking like professionally and business wise or what drake is doing now in in two thousand eighteen i think so and i think a lot of the problem with this conversation is the beatles are kind of ground zero i mean we're we're measuring everything against what they just did they weren't planning something they didn't know what we should try for do do what world domination i don't think that that was what they were thinking so we're measuring something against the first time something happened and you know think about it i don't think there was an awful lot of competition for the beatles later maybe they were more bands that were trying to be the beatles but at first they kind of own the whole thing right yeah the the channels were smaller in the modes of delivery were smaller and more limited and it does seem i like what you said about i guess that the beatles did this and then what happened happy where it seems like drake might even be purposefully trying to inflate history ming numbers on platforms like spotify and apple music by having incredibly long albums like both of his his last albums twenty and twenty five songs each juror what do you think of that the seven song mega mix it's also i mean we're there whether seven there was that one one song with a couple of there's a win win which the kind of this structuring the music going into it now is is designed to work in the environment that is being built in arguably the beatles are probably doing the same thing when they're making their records so in a sense what drake and i think other big pop artists are doing now is nothing new they're working with the given kind of landscape of how people encounter music and how they experienced music and trying to get the maximum return on the investment when you have an artist like drake or beyond say or whoever it is you know or you know beyond saying jay z being a good example of being involved in building their own streaming platform just to deliver their music and trying to do that you know at the exclusion of other platforms and stuff they're all trying to work this as best possible i think if you notice tell you if you you said the top town on the on the hot one hundred we had a look at the chart at night just before coming in here and if you put out an album at twenty five you can fill a quarter of the hot one hundred and that is what drake has done they're all there wow that is epic if you're just joining us if you're just tuning it i'm telling you anger filling in for tom power this is q and i am speaking with jarrett martineau and lisa christianson on q this okay you too there have been some late contenders added to the yearly song of the summer competition justin timberlake has resurfaced from the woods to drop this jam.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I love your thank goodness justin timberlake told us this summer starts now i had no idea you thank you that's that's soulmate from justin timberlake and on top of that donald glover aka childish gambino released two songs with the word suffer in the title just this week summertime magic and feels like summer lisa i'm gonna ask you again are these songs with summer in the title cynical singles i want to be cynical about this but are these are these singles meant just for dreaming spins or are these wonderful artists just trying to get us to groove to beautiful no i think this is kind of desperate maybe we could use that word of i think also someone called and said look there's not one contender really we've got nice for what from drake but it's sort of a default can we do something else can there be some sort of other you know cheerleader song or something and so i mean everyone tries every year none of those worked for me got it about you jarrett i mean i feel like i'm just quickly becoming the cynical voice on this panel but you know i'm like i think that all of it is it's a it's a play for it's a play for attention in a way it's kind of like titling your record like a hashtag i mean i remember wrappers in like the early two thousands were calling their albums a hashtag is that what your new wellness jake to try to see you know to try to see the attention in these spaces and everybody knows that you know they're they're looking for that summer playlist to kind of soundtrack whatever they're doing so putting a song out that that's already telling you to put it on the playlist the new single put it on the playlist on the playlist jukebox oh yeah call a jukebox and ask if they have any songs for summer summer title anybody anybody jarrett childish gambino made a massive artistic and political statement with his song this is america earlier this is a complete switch of gears what do you make of that move i don't know what to make that move i mean again like i don't wanna i don't wanna only voice here but at the same time i feel like people i think we're looking at the previous single with this america as being kind of pointing in a particular direction around kind of critique that he was making about the world that he and other artists and other people from his community are inhabiting and there's been a lot of discussions around whether or not that was actually the big political statement that it seemed video did a huge numbers a lot of people paid attention and talked about it but then people are like well what does he really saying here and i think by the fact of kind of following up with these other songs he's clearly testing the water in a way that isn't isn't articulating a clear political trajectory at least so i mean you know feel good songs of the summer nothing nothing negative in that respect so i mean you know power to you for for doing that but i don't necessarily see the connect between the two well now now lisa no and it comes on the in the car instead of rolling the windows down i kind of you know kind of close in and go mcginnis this very serious billy this is serious stuff and then it ends and i go who that was intense i don't even know how that ended up talking about the summer souls i know there was some talk of of that's on you know being the song of the summer and i don't see that yeah well maybe maybe we got to play some summertime magic and just maybe maybe donald glover needed the relief to you know i feel that nations you need some songs the celebrate that his whole life is a celebration i'm you know he can win win win win all the time lisa christianson thank you our pleasure to be here so nice early at least an arts reporter in associate producer for cbc's on the coast as well as co host of the pop this podcast you're at martineau is the host of reclaimed on cbc music thanks jarrett next love cbc podcasts help us make them better take our cbc podcast listeners survey now at cbc dot ca slash podcasts the quick survey will help us improve your favorite cbc podcasts cbc dot ca slash podcasts.

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"The ranks of meant something different than it does now in the era of streaming where it's just the ubiquity of individuals on that appear and disappears seemingly a moment's notice at least you had said to our producer on mitch that that trying to compare modern day movie blockbuster this was like trying to compare modern day movie blockbuster with the film gone with the wind yeah that would be quite difficult every single time if we always ask that one question the beatles are it's a little bit weird to always go jurassic park did well was it is good as gone with the wind every single time and then do that did you count for inflation yeah yeah there's too much to consider so lisa how about this was i guess this is a comparison maybe we could make it easier to do what the beatles did back in that time and i'm not talking artistically i'm talking like professionally and business wise or what drake is doing now in in two thousand eighteen i think so when i think a lot of the problem with this conversation as the beatles are kind of ground zero i mean we're we're measuring everything against what they just did they weren't planning something they didn't know what we should try for do do what world domination i don't think that that was what they were thinking so we're measuring something against the first time something happened and you know think about it i don't think there was an awful lot of competition for the beatles later maybe they were more bands that were trying to be the beatles but at first they kinda owned the whole thing right yeah the the channels were smaller in the mode of delivery were smaller and more limited and it does seem like what you said about i guess that the beatles did this and then what happened happy where it seems like drake might even be purposefully trying to inflate history ming numbers on platforms like spotify and apple music by having incredibly long albums like both of his his last albums twenty and twenty five songs each juror what do you think of that the seven song mega mix it's also i mean we're there whether seven there was that one one song with a couple of there's a way there's a way in which the kind of this structuring the music going into it now is is designed to work in the environment that is being built in an arguably the beatles are probably doing the same thing when they're making their records so in a sense what drake and i think other big pop artists are doing now is nothing new they're working with the given kind of landscape of how people encounter music and how they experience music and trying to get the maximum return on the investment when you have an artist drake or beyond say or whoever it is you know or you know beyond saying jay z being a good example of being involved in building their own streaming platform just to deliver their music and trying to do that at the exclusion of other platforms and stuff they're all trying to work this as best possible i think if you notice tell you if you you said the top ten on the on the hot one hundred we had a look at the chart jarrett nine just before coming in here and if you put out an album with twenty five songs you can fill a quarter of the hot one hundred and that is exactly what drake has done they're all there wow that is epic if you're just joining us if you're just doing i'm telling you filling in for tom power this is q and i am speaking with jarrett martineau and lisa christianson on q this okay you too there have been some late contenders added to the yearly song of the summer competition justin timberlake has resurfaced from the woods to drop this jam.

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

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"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lisa christianson" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Andrew alexander receives his lifetime achievement award from the governor general today he'll be honored at the governor general's performing arts awards gala in oughta this weekend and you'll be able to catch that setv reunion special on netflix next year now if you've been following kanye west at all recently probably seen he's done a lot of talking and tweeting and stirring up controversy doing what he does you could argue but he hasn't released any new music at midnight last night that i'll changed they own weight saver ria choice just imagine if coming on a wild day now more fifty plows getting fifty calls a white collar scream say we lose it all had to come down because he couldn't breathe toda sheikh kaleem now but he would that is new kanye west song never leave the album is called yay and so far the reviews online from people who've heard it are are generally positive is the music good to overshadow his controversial remarks from the past few weeks the queue this team is here to find out the answer plus they will tell you about this new beef that's been brewing resuscitate if you will in the in the rap world he was getting pretty personal pits push t against toronto's favorite son drake here to break it all down is the queue this music panel joining in from vancouver studio is lisa christianson are kidding morning i how are you good how are you very good thank you for joining us this early and sitting across from me right here in studio z acclaimed writer and mc cadence weapon hello to you cadence what's good what is good you're gonna tell me men we heard a little of it right there new connie will record is out i wanna get both of your.

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