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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"I know great job. Jonathan you got through five. We're keeping score. It's time for the final final round so we usually ask questions but this time we asked you the listeners. To ask us questions anything you've ever wanted to know about the show or us or whatever but i say to do this. We should have a cocktail. I think that's appropriate to final final round the final final round lately. I've been having. I've been having martinez kind of heavy on the vermouth wrote interesting. I love martini. But the thing about a martini is it's a lot. Oh my goodness. It's a pretty intense beverage boosie because it is a drink. That's why i like it with three olives. Because i need some snacks along the routes you get through this difficult journey at the end of a meal waiting for you one of the top one halfway through because halfway through your hungry and then at the end to settle your stomach right. That's very smart okay. Good gorgeous ordered gorgeous. Cheers cheers to you to you. Okay what nine years. Where do we start. Okay where i'm going to start with the most common question we could ask. How are we so hilarious. The truth is people. We don't know they knew how to do what they would do. It all the time and it can't they tried to bottle it and they couldn't couldn't yes they're like know what we do with this brilliance. And let's let's give them nine years. Then that's actually the number one question we get asked. Who was your favorite guest. That is an impossible question to ask because so many people have been on the show. I cannot believe how many people you john cameron mitchell who you know as hedwig home from shrill and lots of television but he i saw hedwig when i just moved to new york and i became obsessed with that movie and john cameron mitchell and then i saw it on broadway. Maybe twelve times so when he showed up on the show. I wore my tank. That i bought from hedwig and it was amazing because remember. He looked in went. Where did you get that one like. I got some special cut for him. I that's the hardest thing like fan. Really fanning out is hard not to do you know loudon wainwright who most people will know as rufus. Wainwright's father was on our show. And try not to do this. But this was one case whereas like. I just have to be a complete nerd and so i went up and i said i just got to tell you i learned so much from you in everything i do as a songwriter. It's comes from this base of like listen to your music and understanding what a song is and and then he said well. I guess i'm entitled to ten percent right right a musician and businessman. No that's true. We've had so many comics on the show. I mean at the bell house and zoom so many. I've looked up to when we had sarah silverman on zoom. We played a game with her. Which was real or fake kit. Kat brand right and kit. Kat sent me a hundred kit. Cats got in touch with my reps. Wonderful sent me one hundred kits. Wow and i ran into sarah silverman recently new york at a comedy club and i said i got all these cats and i felt like i should have sent some to you and she goes. They said them to me too. Come on pets kick coats except for jonathan. I should've i should've given to you. Oh i'm sorry kick out if you're listening and you have before as it turns here kit kat. If you're listening it's too late a so many great things. Rizza came on. I mean that was an amazing. Get thank you again. Good booking or booker so there you go. That is a whole bunch of information on our favorite guests. Okay so about our games. People love music parody games jonathan and they would love to know. How do they come together. Who writes them. How does it work..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mr Denny. Liver. Paige Unni Father Blunder de wraps a movie here off me. God do Senate singing English Sweeney. They say that falling in love is wonderful. It's one does for so they say. And with the moon up above, it's wonderful. It's one does awful. So they tell me I can't recall who said it. I know I never read it. I only know that tell me that love is grand there. But the thing that's known as romance is wonderful, wonderful in every way, So they say. Okay? Uh, Huh? You leave your house morning on without any warning. You're stopping people shouting that love is and Hold the girl in your arms is wonderful, wonderful everywhere. They say it's wonderful. And how long has this been going on our songs that haven't very particular and unique point of view and Tony Bennett does the Berlin ballad Proud Before that elephants, Gerald Getting all suited up for the symphony with Mr Paganini and Loudon, Wainwright. The third for I thought about you. Ball Cavalcanti. New standards on W. N. Y C. Little twinkle of memory from Sweet childhood. Maybe it was so for you with these songs. Jim Jiminy Chim Chimney.

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"21st century. And the listeners of KQED looks like we're going to see some showers maybe coming in a day or two light showers in the North Bay through San Francisco Friday night into Saturday, But New Year's Eve looks partly cloudy and try time now for fresh air. It's 706 on KQED public radio. This is fresh air. I'm Terry Gross. Happy New Year. We're happy to say goodbye to 2020, and we want to end it with something enjoyable and entertaining. So we're going to listen to a performance and interview we recorded earlier this month. Here's that show. Over the past few months, I haven't been able to listen to as much music as I'd like, because so much of my listening time has been devoted to shows and podcasts about politics. The election. And Cove it But when I do listen to music, really good music. I feel especially vulnerable to the mood, whether it's joy or sadness, and that's how I felt when I listen to the new album by Loudon, Wainwright and Vince Giordano of songs from the 19 twenties and thirties. It's the period Yordano typically draws from with the 11 piece band. He leads the Nighthawks. During normal times. The band attracts devoted followers who come to listen and dance. He plays tuba base and bass saxophone. This is not the music you'd associate with Loudon Wainwright, who's best known for writing and performing his own songs, which range from confessional songs about family dysfunction to satirical songs about politics and other issues. His Children include singer songwriters Rufus and Martha Wainwright and Lucy Wainwright, Roach, and they sometimes write songs about family, too. Loudon, Wainwright and Vince Giordano previously worked together on the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, which was set during Prohibition and was about Gangsters who made bootleg liquor and who served it in nightclubs in Atlantic City. Giordano and his band performed a lot of the music for the show. Loudon Wainwright, saying a couple of the songs the title track of their new album, I'd Rather lead a band is a song from the Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers movie. Follow the fleet. The album also features songs by Rodgers and Hart, Fats Waller, Harold Arlen Frank, Lesser and others. Vince Giordano and Loudon Wainwright are joining us from the hobo Sound studio in New Jersey, where they're socially distanced in separate rooms. They brought their instruments and are going to perform some songs for us, But let's start with a track from the album that may help brighten your mood. If you're feeling down, it's called so the bluebirds and the Blackbirds got together..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"88.5 San Francisco and kick you Ei 89.3, North Highlands and Sacramento. It's seven o'clock from wh y y in Philadelphia. I'm Terry Gross with fresh air. Happy New Year as many of us gladly say goodbye to 2020. And look forward to a new year. We'll celebrate with a performance by an interview with singer and songwriter Loudon Wainwright and Vince Giordano, who leads the band the night Hawks and place tuba base and bass saxophone. Musically there from pretty different worlds. Wainwright is known for his confessional songs about dysfunctional family. Giordano is known for playing music of the 19 twenties and thirties, but they've come together on the new album. I'd rather lead a band, which features songs by Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hart, Harold Arlen, Fats Waller and others. Giordano and Wainwright previously worked together on the HBO series Boardwalk Empire. And Martin Scorsese's film The Aviator, You know that I haven't AM missions Fall love Depots, Asians first news. Line from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone as 2020 ends what was incomprehensible this time 12 months ago continues to rage is a global health crisis. The Corona virus pandemic has taken 1.8 million lives globally, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the U. S. 345,000 people have died. With a total of 20 million cases now identified across the nation. Equally impressive researchers around the world have now created and rushed into production. Several vaccines. The supply chain challenges, though, are significant and today adding to the difficulty of dispersing the vaccine comes a story from Grafton, Wisconsin, where a pharmacist is accused of destroying dozens of vaccine vials. Shuck corn, Bach reports. Detectives say the pharmacist that Aurora medical Center and graft in new the Moderna vaccine would be useless after being removed from refrigeration and that the company's health care employees would think they had received their first dose to protect against the coronavirus. Police say the pharmacist is now being held in jail on possible felony charges over a healthcare president Jeff Barr says his firm has checked to make sure no other vaccine was harmed. We're confident these were the only 57 vials impacted. Bar also says there's no evidence the workers who received shots face any health risks from the degraded doses. For NPR News. I'm Chuck Corn. Bach in Milwaukee, Britain and Spain have reached a last minute Brexit deal to keep the border open between Gibraltar and Spain. As of tonight, the UK is leaving the European for good. NPR's Frank Langfitt has more to make sure people can flow easily between the British overseas territory and neighboring Spain. Gibraltar will join Europe's border free Schengen zone and follow you rules while still remaining part of the United Kingdom. Gibraltar, voted by an overwhelming margin to stay in the EU in 2000 and 16 and about 15,000 Spanish workers across the border to the rock as it's known daily. The deal to keep people flowing easily between Spain and Gibraltar does nothing to address the difficulty issue of the territory Sovereignty. Britain has ruled the territory on the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula for more than three centuries. But Spain, which seated Gibraltar to the British in 17, 13 wanted back. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London The calendar has now turned a page to the New year in Europe. Fireworks exploded over Moscow, Big Ben rang out to hollow crowds in London.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Slate's Working

"-tarian susie. We are meghan. Terry assoc- roach don't give out our ages and we don't give our numbers give out. Sometimes our voices give out but not our ages and are full members are number silly but like very delightful. You know lucy. Wainwright wrote is the daughter of soci- roach and musician. Loudon wainwright the third. And she grew up on the road with her mom and her aunt and as will here even though she thought she was going to become a teacher and she trained as a teacher. She has been working as a professional musician for her whole adult life. recording and touring solo and also appearing with people. I m mostly and the indigo girls and with lots of family members part from working with her mother which she's done a bunch She's also performed with her sister and brother from another mother. Which is to say martha wainwright and rufus wainwright who are themselves the offspring of two great musical dynasties since their mother was kate mcgarrigle another folk singer who signed beautiful close harmonies with her sister. Anna and susan lucci just released an album together called. I can still hear you amazing amazing. It is funny that you say that thing about them being classified as folk but not always feeling vote because one sign of that is that the roaches. I m the self titled one is produced by and has electric guitar played by robert trip. Who is of course. The man behind king crimson and the electric guitar solo on talking heads remain enlighten. You a prog rock god but he produced this beautiful beautiful very funny folk albums one of my one of my favorites before we get to the interview. We should mention that slate. Plus members will hear a little something extra from your conversation. You tell us a little bit about that yes. We talked about how the pandemic has affected their work. And i also learned a lot about the roots of the roaches christmas album which is called. We three kings and which i think for a lot of people is the ultimate signal that the holidays have arrived listeners..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All its forms. Learn more at Ford foundation dot org's And from the listeners of KQED. It'll be dry and seasonably cool through early next week. Forecast high for San Francisco tomorrow, a 62 Oakland should hit a Thursday high of 64 in San Jose expected high of 65 tomorrow. This is fresh air. I'm Terry Gross. Over the past few months. I haven't been able to listen to as much music as I'd like, because so much of my listening time has been devoted to shows and podcasts about politics. The election. And Cove it But when I do listen to music, really good music. I feel especially vulnerable to the mood, whether it's joy or sadness, and that's how I felt when I listen to the new album by Loudon, Wainwright and Vince Giordano of songs from the 19 twenties and thirties. It's the period Yordano typically draws from with the 11 piece band. He leads the Nighthawks. During normal times. The band attracts devoted followers who come to listen and dance. He plays tuba base and bass saxophone. This is not the music you'd associate with Loudon Wainwright, who's best known for writing and performing his own songs, which range from confessional songs about family dysfunction to satirical songs about politics and other issues. His Children include singer songwriters Rufus and Martha Wainwright and Lucy Wainwright, Roach, and they sometimes write songs about family to Loudon, Wainwright and Vince Giordano previously worked together on the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, which was set during Prohibition and was about Gangsters who made bootleg liquor and who served it in nightclubs in Atlantic City. Giordano and his band performed a lot of the music for the show. Loudon Wainwright, saying a couple of the songs the title track of their new album, I'd Rather lead a band is a song from the Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers movie. Follow the fleet. The album also features songs by Rodgers and Hart, Fats Waller, Harold Arlen Frank, Lesser and others. Vince Giordano and Loudon Wainwright are joining us from the hobo Sound studio in New Jersey, where they're socially distanced in separate rooms. They brought their instruments and are going to perform some songs for us, But let's start with a track from the album that may help brighten your mood. If you're feeling down, it's called so the bluebirds and the Blackbirds got together..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"But I I saw you actually a at. Okay. This is gushing fan boy stuff. I'm sorry. But so you at the Union Chapel probably about ten twelve years ago and you did that Acapella. earth and sky. Song call between between that's right and you climbed into the pulpit. Climbed up into the pope and I don't know if you remember that they had this giant pope it on stage. Yeah that you have to like us one story high above the stage and you sang this song acapella which ends with a very high note it was it was impressive. What can I say Bob Dylan couldn't have done that. That makes me so happy but Bob Dylan goodness done. Well, I don't know the exact reasons why Dylan's voice sounds the way it does now put a few people said that that's what cigarettes and alcohol will do I. Guess that's it. But what interests me is listening to your songs like saying you know you listen to some of the same songs on your recovery album know some of those early early songs they sound they. They see your voice better now I, think Yeah that was fun record to make. That's a record that I did with Joe Henry where we took some of the first psalms. Yeah. My I. Don't like my voice on my first couple of records. It's very high and king and. Again I. Think I was terrified at that point in my career but It was fun to make recovery and sing lows very old saw then all songs with a great band move work with Joe Henry did you Couldn't cry change post Johnny Cash's version for you and your head a toll on or not I don't know I sure love Johnny Cash's version of the man that couldn't cry. Talk about getting the humor I mean he it's on at first I rick. Rubin. Record Johnny cash did and it's alive track and he and he gets the audience laughing. Going back to two Dylan on the I don't know how much you you know about his current hoover indeed the you've said you you did a big dropout, but with one of his songs ever that you thought that's actually not very good song..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"With this funny stuff I I like the line the. I drive fast cars in eat sast food. I think that's that says it all in? Yeah. Yeah. No there's. There's a lot of really funny I mean I think the early on I think gum I just like the phrase Geez I can't find my knees. Yeah. Grill here. Go my beer down to my knees. So strange look like walking mountain range or whatever that line yeah. Yeah they're designing if you've ever tried if you tried to write in a way like Dylan in that sort of more oblique style. No I haven't I mean I. Against, some of the writing of so much of the writing is so beautiful and and then some of it kind of veers into Doggerel I. Think this is a very funny Do you guys you I'm sure you do you must Christopher guest is the Ellia? Yeah. The filmmaker and he's an old friend of mine I've known him for over forty years. Years ago, the show called the National Lampoon lemmings show. This is before Saturday night live and Chevy. Chase was ended John Belushi and a wonderful actress called Alice Platon and they all did a kind of skits or sketches. It was alive show of a lot of it was music and Chris. Did an amazing impression of. James Taylor but his dylan is absolutely amazing and he I can't. Really. Do My impression of Chris Guests Doing Bob Dylan on the Internet you gotta find this think it might be on a record call radio hour of the national, Lampoon Radio.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"And It would be too depressing to hear. To hear a lot of him at that point. Were you able to go back to him that time at post? Well, not really I mean not not for a long long time and interestingly enough you know it became a thing people would go did you hear the new Dylan Record? Did you hear infidels with each year? Any. Of those records that were the came out in the eighties and nineties. I would I would say, no because I had I had made a point of not listening I did. I. Didn't go to see him perform until about twenty five years ago. I went with one my probably my best friend, who's also a songwriter. George Gerdes. WHO's a big time? Bob Dylan, Fan and incredibly knowledgeable and Listens to everything that Dylan has done, and we went to see Dylan and Van Morrison play. At. What used to be called the felt forum in New York, it's. It's a small room at Madison Square. Garden think might be called the theater now or something anyway we went and I hadn't seen Dylan perform in more than twenty years and I finally George convinced me to go and I, you know I heard all the things about sometimes he's terrible. Sometimes he's good. Sometimes he says, hello, sometimes he turns his back to the audience. But I went and. Unfortunately. For Bob van opened that show. And Van, who also can be erotic? Yeah. And and techy and You know turn his back to the audience who van killed it. George the coronation carnation. she will yell are equally Al. Stop Stopping go away. Anyway Zan just. Tore it up I mean he was. Powerful and grade, and musical and. Really on the light and then Dylan came. And it was bad. You know it was just. One of those nights where. I in my opinion, he just didn't give shifts. So that kind of cement is my some of my prejudices. This was around the time that you wrote talking new Bob Dylan. Ninety. S. So is not in your mind when he wrote the song out already. Well that was a record call history which Ably was ninety. Three something like that. Yeah. So I don't know. I. Don't know. If, I'd seen him. Before after that I mean I. I. Again I I have the most. Reservoir of respect and admiration and off for him. But I make a little joke in that song I kind of take a shot at self-portrait. But then what happened more recently? Just, last year I went and saw Bob Dylan again for the first time since that time and felt felt forum I I went with my my girlfriend Susan Morrison and we had. Turns out that my accountant is Bob Dylan's account. For. Thrill Mattis. Anyway. So Mareo, got me some tickets. I wouldn't have paid one hundred dollars to go see Bob at the beacon at that point, but we went and saw the show and it was really really. Powerful. First of all, you you walk into the Beacon Theater which I'm sure a lot of people have have been there yet, but it's a majestic kind of large old fashioned big theater on Broadway in New York and. was packed of course, and there you were in a room with Bob Dylan. The just that in itself was just I became like a kid I thought I can't believe I'm in a room with Bob Dylan again. and. Let me sat down and it was a good show and he was into it and Yes..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"The lounge at the Roger Miller hotel was. Then known Ronnie Mill Sap don't we go? It was quite a heady. Experience but Bob Johnson was A. Very, affable congenial loose. He liked to smoke pot loved drink red wine I remember being trump basically. was five days when he worked, he worked very fast. You know we would do it twice and. We made it incredibly quickly that record because those Nashville guys I mean they get bored after you do it three three times but it was it was quite an experience I, mean the musicians on that record I really actually loved that record Ron Cornelius was on guitar. Right Yeah Great, Guitar Player called. K. C. I played with Jj Kale I. mean. Great. Great Musicians. Fabulous has bob sort of popped. Not Literally popped into your career but I mean it's sort of influenced you as you've gone on or review or did he ever really influence you aside from you know he's great. 'CAUSE officer different. Yeah I. mean he influenced me I mean going back to the first time that I saw. Him. Newport. Very kind of. Momentous. So he I mean again I didn't start writing for a couple more years but I was just to see one guy with a guitar standing up there work in the room which happens to be a cow pasture or something I mean was just very powerful. So that was a huge influence. What happened was when I started my own career and started on my own records in and really start to write my own songs I made a point. Of not listening to Bob Dylan. The new Bob Dylan record would come out and I would not listen to it. I. Think you know I stopped listening probably with John Wesley Harding I, think I just. decided that I couldn't. I shouldn't listen to it. Instead focus on my own work. I think I think the the underside of that or the as the real reason was that was. Threatened by his..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"Think even says something like they call him back for a third encore and he says something like I. Love You guys so non Bob Dylan. When they host the introduction. So you know it means yours that's the year. Yeah. That's the admit he despite that I mean you can feel the love from the audience. It made it really clear to me there when I saw the sixty five concert. It was like he spit in their face. Yeah. But anyway so you you saw him you you loved him. Did he inspire you to get moving on the songwriting front or they're? Not yet I mean I I was so nine, hundred, sixty, five I'm five years younger than Dylan so in nineteen, sixty, five. I was probably just graduating from boarding school. I had just graduated from boarding school. That's when I was about to go to college. Start to study acting wanted to be an actor. So and I I never I played the guitar I know and I sang you know. Some folk songs and a couple of Dylan's songs, but I never thought of myself as a songwriter. I mentioned my father was a journalist, the idea of being a writer just. Terrified me. So I didn't think I'd be a songwriter and I. I didn't write my first until nineteen, sixty eight actually. After I dropped out of college and been a Hippie for awhile in San Francisco. And then on Guitar A- borrowed guitar from a friend. I saw this. I'd sold my guitar for Yoga Lists. And then in nineteen, sixty, eight or something I was staying in Cambridge. Massachusetts in there was a guy there who added guitar I remembered how to play. CFC seven and I wrote my first song. So that was the first time I actually wrote a song and you I know you first album was very well reviewed but then I've been reading also your times. macrobiotic. Yoga Freak. That you you sort of were ambivalent about the success of year. Yeah I album he's. made the first album recorded the first album in nineteen, sixty, nine, it was. It's all voice guitar was for Atlantic records and it did get very good. Reviews and And the like and that was a lot of attention. I mean John Peel at Radio One played the hell out of it boy that helped. And I kind of hit I I I was ambivalent about. Performing I was I think I was scared basically of. Of stepping up and going out there. And I did hide out for a while in a in a macrobiotic study house in.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

"As as a new Bob Dylan as it turns out, it was probably a good thing because it helped me record deal but then it got to be a pain in the ASS. Well, I'm sure because you were really a nothing like Bob Dylan like not at all except the fact you had a guitar neither with John Bryan and neither Bruce springsteen no exactly or Steve Forward whose will vote wrote this on talking new Bob Dylan, the sort of talk and blues. Where you referred to you yourself and Springsteen, and pride and forward. Dylan's kid brothers Yeah I. think that's an accurate description I think all of us and so many others were. So influenced by the phenomena of Bob Dylan that We were happy to be his kid brother's but musically Certainly, my songwriting is I think very different than his songwriting the word that springs to mind when I think about his writing is he so cryptic your mysterious and you're never quite sure where you are maybe it's because my dad was a journalist or. I don't know why. But I might my writing my songs anyway are very clear and There's nothing particularly hidden or mysterious about them. You know they kind of have a beginning middle and an end. they're kind of. More conventional than his. So that's the first big difference that I think of when I think of when I compare myself to Bob Dylan I would think also the. Emotionally your songs are very directed in the same way when you when you're dealing with the with the serious stuff which you often do with humor, but that's pretty. Not on the nose by any means but I mean I mean I know that I've seen you in concert and laughed my head off and also wept neither. One of those things happens Bob Dylan concert. You know, I love a good Bob Dylan concert but you you spend all your time thinking and figuring in. Trying to understand what's going on. which is has got its own certainly got its own charms. I mean, did you see him early in the day I I saw him perform live at the Newport folk festival which. For those of your listeners that don't know I mean in its day it's still exists actually a although it's nothing like it. What it was it was it was founded by. This man called George Wean who also started the Newport jazz festival. And it was in the early sixties. It was the happening young person's music, festival. Folk Music for few years anyway was kind of. A booming. Thanks to. Pete, Seeger, Joan Baez and Bob Dylan probably. So I went up to I hitchhiked up to Newport from Westchester New York where I was living with my folks and..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on Pantheon

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Judy Collins singing Leonard Cohen's Suzanne. In the mid sixties, she made a name for herself by championing pop songs as art songs. She picked Leonard Cohen, the Beetles in My Life and things by Bob Dylan and Donovan and others. And Judy was able with her beautiful soprano voice and the clever arrangements that were staged behind her to really transform A new wave of pop music into something that transcended the teen market. Paul Cavalcanti, a W N Y C and new standards dot org's I mentioned Loudon Wainwright just a few tunes back because he's joined forces with Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks to revive Songs from another time in a fresh new setting. Here's Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Mercer's I thought About You knew by Loudon and Vince. Seems that I really or somebody said outta sight is out of my mind. Maybe that's so I tried to go. Leaving behind what took a trip on the train. I thought I passed a shadowy lane and I thought about you. 23 cars by none of this does winding streets, moon shining down on some little With each be same old dream every stop that way. But when I pulled down the shade, then I really felt blue. Peek through the crack looked at the track one going back, Teo on. What did I do? I thought about And every stuff that we may it'll pull down the shade that I really felt bloom. A pink through the crack and looked at the track.

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Joe Stafford and Paul Weston. We're a team in life and in music, an album called G I. Joe collected songs of the World War two era and it could happen to you. Jim the Van Heusen working overtime tonight. Had anyone till you with Lena Horne and Loudon Wainwright. The third with Vince Giordano and the night Hawks and a new take on You, Rascal. You From I'd rather lead a band first album collaboration of these Artists from different worlds who are kindred spirits in loving the songbook and reviving classics. Whether classic or contemporary When it comes to writing great songs. It always helps to have mastery of the language. When in doubt, though, you may make up your own language. The phrase is Diga, Diga doo and oh, bloody O blood. DA did not exist in any kind of lexicon until those songs came along where John Pizzarelli and violinist Aaron Weinstein for Jim accuse hot jazz number that the Duke Ellington Orchestra At a great early hit with and the Beatles fromthe White album. Ooh standards dot org's 93.9 FM W N Y C with Paul Cavalcanti and Fiona Apple honors The witty Mose Allison. With her version of his molecular structure..

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"loudon wainwright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"After here on today's DJB program next musical focus because we have one of these focus points every hour during this portion of the hour Rufus Wainwright releasing the video for his newest track you a big latest single off his upcoming album on follow the rules which is supposed to come out next month the video features a lot of vintage postcards of heartland cities in a statement win right commented on the initial meaning of the track and how it's transformed in the wake of the recent worldwide protests over the death of Mister Floyd quote I originally wrote this on you a big about the strange fact that in the music business worldwide to recently no matter how well you've done anywhere else he couldn't make it in the heartland of the U. S. we weren't really be considered a true star if you will if you could make it there think about Little Richard and Elvis and the Beatles and Julio Iglesias an interesting interesting mix of thought is that put Little Richard Elvis the Beatles and Julio Iglesias into the same box consider that however he writes in releasing this song now which references states like Alabama North Carolina Kansas where I've had the pleasure of playing shows and even New York California all troubled places during this turbulent time the term you ain't big has taken on additional meaning you a big follows the singles alone time trouble in paradise in damsel in distress in addition to you a big win right also released Rufus Wainwright I'm making on follow the rules on his YouTube channel so there you go who's a Rufus Wainwright fan here anybody I like Rufus he's done so many different types of music which is really cool that's the first time I've heard him kind of in a little country team you know I like his name Rufus Wainwright yeah there was a profound sites namely the lane is that right Loudon Wainwright we did the song members Jennifer that plated mind that I dance to my daughter with in her winning and that's really very sweet twenty.

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