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"melodies" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Navi. Ali. Ali Ali. The hero. Knew we must be. Ilya navy, sort of has this on a calypso vibe if you listen to the recording. What I like about that one is it's intricate without being too difficult. You can get it for sure. It's definitely a more intricate and a little bit more bouncy. There's more going on, but I feel like I've heard that 5 times I'd have it as a very non musical person. So we make our way through. We have more of halo. There's more melodies here. Got a whole bunch of different high level selections. One of the ones that's bolded in the Haggadah that I'm looking at is me and Hamad sakara Tia. I called out from the depths from the narrow place, anani, Javier answer me from this wide place. The word made Tsar, the narrows also connects to the word meets raim, which is our word for Egypt, so this narrow place that we came out of, I went to a Jewish music conference where I think we sang over the course of two days, 9 different melodies for me and I made some. Most of which were kind of sad and dirty, and one of which was upbeat and uplifting. And I like thinking of that moment as being aspirational. We're in this narrow place, but we're calling out, hoping for this answer and expansiveness. Imagine what it would feel like to be answered. Do you remember that one? Yeah, that one was written by aviva chernick. She's in Canada, and it goes like this. Meet up 8 star karate. I call to you from the narrows from the narrows I call to you from the narrow place. I call to you from the narrows from the narrows I call to you from the narrow place. Oh. That's cool. Now we're getting toward the end, right? The very, very end, right? We're closing out here. We're moving, we have the end of hollow here, and then after that, first of all, at the end of the Seder, we have this moment we say the sater's over. The Cedar is over, according to its laws, all the rules and its customs, we've completed it. We did it. Let's merit to do it again next year. And so the melody I learned for that was hostile Cedar south Cahill. Can these guys actually. Come and get me my nah? Let's see on very nice and then we move into le chana. Next year maybe we mirrored this satyr in Jerusalem. Lots of different melodies for that too. I feel like that one is always shouted at satyrs I hear and I've never actually like grasped the melody or a melody that could be really underlying the shout. Well, I think here's one or two. That's one. One more that would be upbeat is the Shanna haba. The shot. And then we've got like these postludes, these songs afterwards where we keep sanctifying the mitts if I keep beautifying the mitzvah. You know, who knows one had many of them, I think, are Germanic in origin. If there's like taverns and we adopted those melodies and put them into our satyr here, the traditional quote unquote melody for ya, I think, is an old Germanic folk song. Yeah, unquestionably a drinking song, right? You've got your beer steins. And you're drinking. When I learned a lot later on, which I think is sung in some other observing communities is. And it goes all the way through all the verses. Cool, maybe one more? How about I do your who? Sure, I don't really know your foo. I see it in hakata and I don't really know it. So tell me, talk about audio. I think I only know one melody for it actually. And it goes like this. Dear deer who even become behave the army knew because. The neighbor comes and what does that mean, adri and what did those lyrics mean? So these are actually across state. It goes from aleph, adhere to bed bahur, gimmel gadol, dala da Gul, and these are all different modifiers of God's name. Adira is this grand high one, the deer one bahur is the chosen one gadol is the great one. Hador, the beautiful one, et cetera, et cetera, different names for God, even they veto the Cairo, maybe build God's house again soon, beam Iraqi, a Manu, hopefully suit and in our days. Gathering your children in your house very soon. Maybe let's do who knows when to close out. Yeah, let's do that. Okay, so another classic satyr post loot is who knows why. And listen in the Hebrew, it goes numbers one to 13, and also in many communities sung in whatever your vernacular is. I grew up seeing it in English also. And there's a whole bunch of different melodies. I learned two or three when I was growing up. So here's the first one. Neo deja. Hello, hey, new LOA new hello, hey new hello, hey new Chevy, move on. Schnapps. And you will owe a new Chevrolet already who knows one. I know one. One is a shame. What is a shame? One.
"melodies" Discussed on Unorthodox
"99 you're the 99 I I I 9 9 9 9. Might see you late might see you. Might see my ceiling. Yes, I can picture the kids in the hadar O hell at the summer camp swaying to that one. That one feels endemic to me. So we get to the ten plagues now at this point after telling a little bit more of the story and usually we chant this in there's a cantillation, just a couple notes as a melody we chanted in and we dip our finger in our cup of wine and pour out a little bit and we chance out together dumb our day. Et cetera et cetera going through all the plagues. And lately as I've traveled around to different communities, engaging children in a lot of our holidays and rituals, I learned this really great melody by Peter and Ellen allard. It's called ten plagues in Egypt land and it's sort of a little rhyming couplet for each one of the plagues. I'll just do the first one. It's one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten, plagues in Egypt plan. One, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten plays in Egypt plan. Blood in the water made the river run red. Ten plagues in Egypt land, fair should have listened to what God said. Ten plagues in Egypt land, we count one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten, plagues in Egypt land, one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ten plagues in Egypt. I've heard that. That's a good one. And if we're talking about plagues, the frog song is sort of become ubiquitous all over the place. Do you know what that one? No, what's the frog song? One more in England fair or awoken is bad. They were frogs on his bed and frogs on his head. Frogs on his toes and frogs on his nose, frogs here, frogs, their frogs are jumping everywhere. Excellent. It almost every Jewish preschool. There are kids bouncing around, riveting like a frog and singing that one. So we get to one of our classic highlights of the satyr, dainu. And you know, I think the melody that I still know is the classic Diana melody is. I ain't who died. And are there any others? We certainly don't need any others. But have you ever heard another one? So my friend and fellow Jewish music composer eliana light composed a new diene melody a couple years ago. That's bold. That's biting off a big piece of bagel to try to compose a new diano. Yeah, it holds its own. So the next musical moment that I know of in the password I could I as a couple pages later, we have another one of these. I think classic lines of the haka da, which is behold dowa Raya, Adam Lear oat at mo Kai luya Sam, which I am. In every generation, every person must look at themselves or view themselves as if they themselves have been the ones who had come out of Egypt. So it goes like this. Am I tight? Okay, so then we get to the halal section of the Seder. As we're singing our way through kadesh kadesh, all the way up to ha ha. And halal is a very musical moment in the Seder. We sing hallelujah all of our holidays. There's classic hollow melodies and various different communities and there have been a lot of new melodies written for hollow, and different communities. I know the very, you know, it's just right. That's the only one I know. Classic. I like that one. It's a great melody. Sweet always do that one. In my past crusaders, they say you get to male ha ha. Go through the whole thing, and at the end my grandfather would go, that is all there is. That is all there is. There isn't any more. There isn't anymore. That's all there is that's all there is there isn't any more there is in any more, of course there is another hour or so of the satyr, so that was never true. So that's the beginning part of halo. We get a whole bunch of other kid issues in between. We use that same LW at the beginning. And then we get to eat the meal. We sing beer katama zone, which has many melodies also, the grace after meals. And after that, we get to the moment where we open up the door for eliahu the prophet. There's a whole bunch of different melodies really out one of you. I think the one that most people know, I grew up seeing it was aliyah Wuhan, Navi. Beam hero. I always thought that that one sounded kind of like the Darth Vader march from Star Wars. It felt very ominous to me. But there's been a whole bunch of new melodies that have been written rabbi yosef Goldman and ribeye Annie Lewis, who are in Gaithersburg, Maryland now. I have a really nice ilia on a V melody. It goes like this. Aliyah, Wuhan.
"melodies" Discussed on Unorthodox
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"melodies" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Well, I feel like we should start at the very beginning with kadesh or hats. What is kadesh or hotz? So kare sure hat is basically a table of contents. What we have in this Haggadah is a storybook and like any story book, we want to make sure that we're oriented and we know exactly what we're going with the story. So it basically lists out every chapter of the story and unlike most stories that we read, we decide to chant the table of contents. I didn't even know that. I didn't know there was a we've never done that at my sator. So give me a chanting of the table of contents. There's a bunch of different melodies that I grew up with, and there's also a bunch of different customs for how to chant the table of contents. Some people will chant the whole thing from start to finish. Some people, as they're progressing through the Seder, will chant up to that moment in the table of contents, and then proceed to do that thing, and then chance again, from the beginning, up to the next chapter. So for example, the first melody that I learned goes like this. And if you were just going up to one particular section, maybe would just go. And then you would do kiddish. You go. And then you would wash your hands. And then you would start again. From the beginning. And there are presumably different melodies for this that different people use, but in your ashkenazi home, that's what you grew up with. That was the main one. But here's another one. It goes kade sure. My roar chorus. Sometimes I would sing, it's a small world after all. If I'm doing a skater with kids, we would use that melody, and there's little hand motions that go along with it. Yeah, it's a satyr after all it's a satyr after all. It's a Seder after all. It's a Seder after all. I feel like that's the one that's gonna take root at a lot of our listeners home this year because we've got that melody already. Okay, so now we've set the table of contents. Take us into this later now. So as you make our way through the Seder, there are musical moments throughout, we want to punctuate the story with a lot of different things. In some ways, one of the things that makes the past of our story unique is that the whole point is that we're supposed to have children ask questions. We do things that are a little bit different or a little bit weird so that people and especially children will ask questions about it. So on holidays, we have a different kid who melody that on Shabbat, which is different for the prayers that we say on all the weekdays or the weekday prayer melody is a different from Shabbat melodies, different from high holiday melodies, different from Passover so that the that we say for festivals Passover Sue coat and chevrot is a special melody, and you realize it as soon as you start singing it. I don't know. Well, I deem her. Et cetera. Nice. So it's a slightly different chidush on Passover as well. So the next one that I get to is halal. This is the bread of affliction. And again, when we get to this moment, we're telling a story, this is the magic section of the Haggadah, the storytelling, we're retelling the Passover story. So the first thing we do is we point to this weird bread on the table, this matzah, and we say this is the bread of affliction. And there's a whole bunch of different melodies. The one that I grew up with goes like this. This. Story what was the Jewish flavor of your home growing up? So I grew up in a concerto Jewish household. I went to Jewish day school, saw them checked there. I went to camp. Were your parents? I mean, was your dad the one who led the satyr? We always went to my grandfather's my grandparents house in Allentown, Pennsylvania. And were they musical people? I mean, these are fairly complex melodies, right? They're a little tougher than it's a small world after all. My grandfather definitely liked to sing. I don't know if everyone was necessarily musical, but everyone really liked to sing. Got it. All right, take us a little bit deeper. Okay, so the next one we get to is the classic Manish Dana laila Jose. These four questions that the youngest child at the satyr would ask, and again, I think it comes in a variety of different melodies, but I think the most familiar melody is. A new cleaner. And do we, are there other, I mean that I think is so ubiquitous, right? I'm curious, do we know if there are other melodies for that one? So I think if you grew up in a household that had like an Eastern European tradition or where he is she fish background or anyone that came from background of learning and that's sort of vibe. There's a chant melody that's used for this. That's also used in traditional yeshiva study. Most of the learning that happened in the yeshiva was oral tradition. It was passed down from generation to generation, so the way that they remembered it was they had sort of a chant lilty melody, so that particular melody, the chant goes like this. Okay, so the four questions, like super standard, you'll hear them at lots of satyrs, got a couple bounties for those. What's next in the hagada. It looks like the next one is a Vadim Ainu, the first paragraph about how we were slaves in Egypt, and now we are free. So the melody that I learned when I was a kid goes like this. This is great. Keep going. So we're making our way through the Magi section right now. The next one that comes up in the Haggadah is baruch Hama com baru. Hamako being a name for God, hamako means the place. We say blessed is the place who gave the people of Israel the Torah. So this is what it sounds like..
"melodies" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
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Man Plays Piano in His Roofless Home After Devastating Kentucky Tornado
"Video there was a fella. His wife and kids, everybody survived, but their home was destroyed. The walls were still up, but they lost the roof and isn't as strange with these tornadoes where you could have the entire place destroyed and then all the furniture is still standing and the plates and the bookshelves, everything is just there. Nothing is out of place. Well, the family piano survived the tornado and it was missing a few keys and there was water damage. But the owner, mister bays, I believe is this day. Sat down at the piano bench and began playing this beautiful melody. It's an old Bill gather song for those of you who are gospel music fans. The name of the song is something about that name. And we've got that video up on our website incredibly moving. But just to remind her that, in the midst of great great tragedy, that God is still
Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown
"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind
"melodies" Discussed on Sleep Meditation for Women
"melodies" Discussed on Sleep Meditation for Women
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How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain
"Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments. There are fireworks going off all over their brain on the outside. They may look calm and focused reading the music and making the precise and practice movement's required but inside their brains. There's a party going on. How do we know this well in the last few decades neuro scientists have made enormous breakthroughs in understanding how our brains work by monitoring them in real time with instruments like fm r. I n. p. e. t. skinner's when people are hooked up to these machines tasks such as reading or doing math problems each have corresponding areas of the brain where activity can be observed but when researchers got the participants to listen to music they saw fireworks multiple areas of their brains for lighting up at once as they process. The sound took it apart to understand elements like melody and rhythm and then put it all back together into unified musical experience and our brains. Do all this work in the split-second between when we i hear the music and when our foot starts to tap along but when scientists turned from observing the brains of music listeners to those of musicians the little backyard fireworks became jubilee. It turns out that while listening to music engages the brain in some pretty interesting activities. Playing music is the brain's equivalent of a full body workout. The neuroscientists on multiple areas of the brain light up simultaneously processing different information in intricate interrelated. An astonishingly fast sequences. But what is it about. Making music that sets the brain alight. The research is still fairly new but neuroscientists have a pretty good idea. Playing a musical instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once especially the visual auditory and motor courtesies and as with any other workout disciplined structured. Practice in playing music strengthens those brain functions allowing us to apply that strength to other
Interview With Pianist, Melody Quah
"Curious how this job works with your performance side and Do you still perform. Obviously that's may be a different story with the pandemic as well but Have you kind of crossed the performance and the teaching pieces. And how do you see them benefiting each other. Yeah so you know. Part of many university positions. Include this expectation that you're going to maintain A performing A platform and so. That's part of my position as well as that. I've got this teaching portion of it. My creative activities you know what they consider the performance element as well but that could be researched. That could be presentations. That could be other things as well. I'm an in service to the university So it's it's sort of a given that you know you're not just teaching every week by your Also playing using those opportunities also to get to know the community. Get to know the students recruit in all of those things so well. Yeah this past. Year is has been unusual in that sense that i'm in a new place you know i'm still getting to know who are the folks around the area. Who are my colleagues. Actually we've got a department and most people were still teaching online. So i haven't met actually a lot of the of the faculty and staff In person yet but We have been able to perform on recital space and have that being livestream so we definitely have had opportunities to connect in that way.
How Music Streaming Transformed Songwriting
"I'd like to start with quote but it's very embarrassing. Because i don't know where he comes from but it's very well put and it goes like this. Copyright is designed not only to provide fairness for authors but also to enhance the quality of life within a society by promoting the progress of science art and culture. In other words the concept of making it economically feasible for creators to create is now globally recognized as a social imperative. I have very few memories writing lyrics to songs but there is a particular one from long ago. That i do remember. I was lying on my stomach on a bed in a spoiled guestroom with a writing pad in front of me in the master bedroom. Next door my then. Wife agneta was sleeping undisturbed. The music was playing in my head. So no need for speak is not even headphones. A melody that still lacks words is virgin territory. Upon which lyricist must tread lightly some of the time the final words on the page are the result of hard work deep thought and the intuition that songwriter must learn to trust but sometimes extraordinary things happen closed. Curtains suddenly drawn and the melody speaks you starts to conjure up images and even sequences of events. All you have to do is write it down. Write down what you witnessed a soul can come to its creator in bits and pieces but when it once in a while appears out of thin air in its entirety. It seems to suggest it had already lincoln. There
Rue-Production in Thalictrum
"All right. Melody saying it is so great to have you on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are in what it is. You do all right so melody sign and i'm currently a phd student at the university of wisconsin. Madison in the botany department my journey into botany was not the most straightforward at all. Let's yes i always hated. Min- was the person that all plants her boring. A coup cares about plant. Just sit around and do nothing so A win in two undergrad wanting to be dinner. So is the premed person wanting to gone dentistry. I'm also the type of person that really enjoys shoe. Have fun and i like to enjoy my life As a during undergrad Started to not. Enjoy what i was doing so much when i got into like the him i was just like is this i want to do and then i started thinking about you know dennis school like it's just like more ambitious cramming knowledge nutting for ted. That's all it is. And so i let my cell venture into the fact that i really liked reptiles amphibians. So i kind of transitioned in the middle of my undergrad During into my sophomore year into herpetology. Linda thoughts of okay. I think i would like to do
Wolfgang Van Halen on his Debut Album and Influences
"Hearing the whole thing. It does emphasize to me that it's dead on to say two of the touchstones here are foo fighters jimmy world. You and i have been talking about it for a while. And i mean obviously there's a ton of influences and their stuff that only you can do a lot of that but when you think of what lineage. That's what it is. Tell me about like discovering those bands. It's not like you had to dig deep in the crates to find them. They're pretty popular bands. But you know discovering this bans personally really specifically what you kinda took from them as far as inspiration. Yeah when it when it comes to. I always had this dream of doing an album with me playing everything. Just like dave grohl. Did the first firefighters album. It was just a thing. I always wanted to try. It was always on my list of like this'll be really fun. And when i got back from the two thousand twelve Van halen tour. I was kinda just like okay. Well what do i do now. And i started writing like taking it seriously. And that's when i wrote the song mammoth and it was like okay. I think I think i'm onto something here and that's kind of where it all started. And just from from the band's. I would listen to all the time. Everything from foo fighters to jimmy world to nine inch nails to tool to alice in chains queens of the stone age. You know it just kind of those influences really seemed to inspire me and Yeah i mean th but with the main thing just the dave grohl doing that first fires album and just he. I always had an affinity to two bands like blink. One eighty two and and jimmy world. I really love harmonies. And i think that's where my love for like harmonies melody. Came from with bands like jimmy world. 'cause they're just so strong with that type of stuff so i really laid the foundation for me in terms of that. Mammoth which is a aptly titled. Song is one of my favorite tracks on the album. Tell me about especially since it was the beginning. Tell me about that one coming together. Yeah it seemed to kind of it. Gave me the confidence to kind of be like. Hey okay i think i'm on the right track here. I kind of hit the the tone and the pace of what i was going for for something you know. It felt knew it felt different. It felt something that was like original in my own. It didn't sound like van halen. It didn't sound like anything. It just sounded like this might be what my music sounds
Atlanta, Mike Ross And Victor Lee Tucker discussed on AP News Radio
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting a cashier in Atlanta suburb is fatally shot after an argument over face masks a female cashier in Atlanta area grocery store was fatally shot and three other people were wounded Monday in what authorities say was an argument over wearing face masks the cab county sheriff melody matic says the shooting occurred inside the Big Bear supermarket indicator according to the Georgia bureau of investigation thirty year old Victor Lee Tucker of palmetto Georgia got into an argument with the cashier left the store then re entered with a handgun and shot the woman a reserve deputy employed part time as a security guard exchanged fire with Tucker and both were wounded the deputy was wearing a bulletproof vest and was taken to a Medical Center where he was in stable condition Tucker was arrested as he tried to crawl out the front door hi
Sweep Sweep and Away! A relaxing bedtime story for kids
"I hope you are tucked in nice and cozy okay. I think we're ready to begin our story. Let's be calm on our way island. our story today is sweep. Sweep and away skipper. The street sweeper was happy fellow. He just loved cleaning the streets of our island and keeping the island beautiful for everyone to enjoy and today was a very exciting day. It was the first of the month which meant he was going to sweep over by the school and the library as well as the post office and the grocery store there usually were very interesting things to see and sweep away when he was cleaning in town. It was bright and early morning when. Marta opened the overhead door to the garage. Where skipper was waiting. Marta was his driver and he thought she was such bond to work with while she was driving. Marta liked to listen to really happy. Cheerful and skipper loved the music to sometimes. Marta would just saying or Melody and she had such a pretty voice. Marta also would wave hello to everyone. They passed while cleaning the streets. All the friendly waves back made skipper field really appreciated ready to go buddy. Marta called as she patted skippers hood. Skipper was so excited. He wanted to shout. yes from the rooftops.
Birdy on New Album "Young Heart"
"Thanks for being with us. We're really happy to ask you about young carts. Very solid sessoms. We thought thank you. It's nice when you can hear the chords in the melody. It's not just a load of production. You know yeah. It's that kind of returned to my roots of it. Can on the darker got really dramatic and then come back to my reads but this one and it seems like you've gone into more personal direction with this one. Then you have before. Would you agree with that. I think this is the fast one pretty conflict dubbed into my experiences and things say young on the other albums. i didn't really have up to write about. This is definitely the most passing so far. And you spend some time up in nashville didn't you. yeah. I spent a lot of time writing london at the beginning. Which didn't really go to our. I think it was really ready to be writing. Had two quite bad right spoke at the beginning about my relationship ended at the beginning regretted to write about it. So as in lots of sessions an china make it work. And i had that survey is i think i just need some time and also i've been working since can fourteen an album of the album and touring. I think i just needed like a break. Becky garo kind of lucky gap. Guess faster to endure. And how backstory months there with my sister. My cousin i was kind of just like wanted. Forget about everything and not worry about anymore. Which did me a lot of good. And then i came back and got really inspired by jd. Mitchell for the first time because it never got into it for some reason. I had it but they hadn't gotten into. Maybe it was heartbreak which is my age and so if that like actually was the fast place to go because it took on this. Kind of like laurel canyon can feel and so i got over success. I was feeling really good about the album. The and then to nashville to dismiss him because it just felt like it was a real kind of songwriter. You covered the stories to be ready. Beach the inflect with some writers and is really amazing. Everyone plays every instrument such a higher standard. I felt really another this amazing.
Storytime: 100 Rooms
"Round everyone. One hundred rooms The morning of frederick's one hundredth birthday. He woke up with a smile. He'd lived a long happy life working his way up to become a successful merchant and raising three daughters whom he adored their names were harmony melody and colli appeal. Frederick always loved music but he was too busy buying selling and trading to learn how to play an instrument so we'd given his daughter's musical names in hopes that sunday one of them would become a musician harmony. His oldest didn't seem very interested nor did his middle child melody. A colli appease ears had always perked up the opening notes of any song and from a young age she was dabbling in all sorts of instruments from the violin. The piano to the drums to celebrate fredericks one hundredth birthday. His daughters threw him a big party at his grand mansion. All one hundred rooms of the mansion were brimming with smiling chattering guests after the guests had gobbled up their cake and gone home. Frederick called harmony melody and goliath to his side. More daughters today was marvelous. Thank you glorious party harmony. The eldest had grown up to become a businesswoman. You're welcome father. It was such a pleasure organizing the guest list and ordering all the supplies and everything looked so. Perfect fredericks middle daughter. Melody was a hotel manager. The staff setup. Everything just as. I requested the tables the chairs the flowers. Everything frederick smiled at his two daughters. You both didn't beautifully then. He turned his eyes to his youngest. You alive those musicians. Wherever did you find them. I've never heard such wonderful music in my very own house.
"melodies" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"melodies" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"School arm vibe Really wanted to because the the song is on the basis of you know breaking someone's horror and finally admitting that you're you know you're in the wrong for what you did so the arm be school by really kind of hit with that and then a little bit of the funk added to as well okay great aids so we're going to listen to the track in the wrong right now. Sounds good and a did opera. You way joshi's a added to anthony. You scared how we don't know closer. Moon.
William Grant Still: The Afro-American Symphony
"Today we're going to play musical hide and seek with the symphony number one. The afro american symphony by william grant still for his first symphony still wanted to compose music. That reflected the america. He knew one of stills earliest jobs was with. wc handy's famous blues band so he wanted to put the sound of the balloons into his symphony. You may have heard people say that they feel blue. When they're sad. Musical blues are about feeling sad and also have to do with blue notes in music. The word blue means changing certain pitches in a scale which changes the mood of the piece. William grant stills afro. American symphony is based on the blues e little melody. You just heard here. It is again. This time played by a clarinet when the composer takes a bit of melody and builds a larger piece around it. The bid of melody is called a theme in the afro american symphony. The theme sounds different sometimes. Very different in each of the four movements or sections of the symphony now for the hide and seek. You know that when you're playing that game sometimes people are easy to find. And sometimes they're hard to find the same thing with teams in the second movement of the symphony. The theme is easy to find. I the oboe plays it then. More instruments get into the act. But the oboe has the last word
The story of Cars - Gary Numan
"Gary numan was at the forefront of a punk band called tube way army at the age of nineteen back in nineteen seventy seven. It wasn't long after that in nineteen seventy nine that the band appeared on the show. Top of the pops newman seven an interview with billboard magazine that. The appearance was a fluke. Top of the pops had a regular feature during which they showcase bands that were incoming and during the week in question. It was between them and simple minds. According to newman two-way army was selected. Because it was a more interesting band names and simple minds but the appearance led to the band's songs are friends electric. Which is what you're hearing now. Going to number one on the u k pop charts and stayed there for four weeks. It was also top ten in ireland. The netherlands and top twenty australia and several countries in europe bad. I know what you're thinking. Because i thought much the same thing you're thinking this sounds more like new wave than honking. It'd be kind of right and kind of not see here in the us. We have this image of punk music being all rapid fire. Hard cords and lyrical content. That advocates unindo spitting on your mother or some such but acts like patti smith. The ramones for runaways and i would even include early joe jackson. All part of the punk movement is wealth so while two way army had a little bit more sensitive it was still a punk band. That said numan did want to move away from punk and into more of a pop slash new kind of sound so he jettisoned the rest of the band and he began working solo album. Now when newman began work on what became the pleasure principle said his intention was to write a whole bunch of throwaway pop stuff for it because the previous album was just so heavy. Newman said the two thousand and eight interview with mojo magazine that the song was inspired by road rage. Not his other people's. He said he was in london and a couple of guys started peaking in his windows and for whatever reason they took a dislike to him so he had to take evasive action. He locked the doors he swerved onto the sidewalk scattering people everywhere even hit him scared them away any made his escape from. That incident occurred to him. That when you're in your car in the modern world you feel somehow safe. He said in a two thousand and one interview that quote. When you're in it. Your whole mentality is different in a car. it's your own little personal empire with four wheels on it unquote so while on its surface. It sounds like an ode to people getting around. It's really got a little bit of a darker intent to it. It's a feeling of isolation created by being in the vehicle. In retrospect gary numan has said that he don't really know why the song has done so well over the years he wrote it on bass guitar. He says and it took him about ten minutes to compose the keyboard. Parts came later. Voting had the main melody and the arrangement locked in pre quickly newman said in that. Same two thousand and one interview that he really couldn't even play bass so we bought a bass guitar in order to learn how to play properly. He never did get very good at the face. He says but those opening notes of cars was among the purse. Things he played did make a video for the song of course because nineteen seventy nine. But it's actually kind of hard to watch because of the video effects us which are a little bit on the silly side nowadays but they were pretty cutting edge then but when. Mtv launched in the summer of one thousand nine hundred eighty about a year later. They didn't have a lot of videos in their library. So this one got a lot of airplay early on and that meant that. The song's popularity kind of endured in the united states. The record was released in august of one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and went to the top of the charts in the uk and canada was a number nine record australia and on the billboard hot one hundred chart here in the us and a top forty record in a few other european countries the song has re chartered a few times over the years in the uk because of remixes being released now over. The years newman has updated a lot of his older material but cars seems to resist that kind of treatment. He said he's tried to update. But it doesn't sound any better too so when the heavy metal band fear factory approached him in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight about doing remix slash update. He was getting a little paranoid about having that one thousand nine hundred eighty s tag on fear factory. It turns out to have been playing the song shows since about nineteen ninety six so they sought his input. Newman said the experience was quite positive and actually learned a lot from it. The fear factory version is a little bit more guitar heavy which makes sense since aren't any guitars on the original version. And you've got every middle band here and in some verses newman's voice has actually been allowed to bubble up a little bit more prominently and at the same time. It's a weirdly bright recording considering fear factory's usual pretty good track the album is a whole is one of their bestsellers and the single did okay on the uk singles chart but it managed to reach number sixteen on the billboard mainstream rock chart and number thirty eight on the modern rock tracks chart and yes. There is a video and it's a little easier on the eyes and the nineteen seventy-nine version
"melodies" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Hear let's act like that that we did hear. What's the difference. I'll cut the marrow right so but right okay cool you cut them out. He deserved to because now because he cuts them out. Right is equal whatever you disrespect to your queue. But the difference for me is you are kirk. Franklin christian extraordinaire on a pedestal. That's supposed to be living saved life. They're supposed to be livid. This more pristine. I'm not talking about being perfect. I'm talking about being practiced. You have been a christian. Since i was junior. You've been doing this christian pedestal thing. I diamond styles was in junior high war. That's a long time ago. So you got a practice in this christian shape and if your practice hasn't got you to the point where you're not cussing your child out whether he respect you or not. If you ain't got this turn the other cheek down by now at this old age practice in christianity. You ain't got it down by now. i believe you. I don't believe you and hold you to a different standard. And i'm okay. We'll hold you to a different standard because you put yourself on this pedestal. How ya treat people in the church that are not in the church. That data is why judge them at a different album. Even know this. That is three as far as like what mike how he treated him. People were all the extra the extra stuff that he did to to give the 'cause you're saying that the reason why he so the way you do is because the has put us up on this console and he presents this certain type of inmates sunlight growth to condemn the people for non-issak way. In why why wouldn't you be. Why would you add to behave in a certain matter. Start to see why that would be reasonable access. Back history last deal like personally. Wouldn't judge conversation it even with doing away with anybody. Even dwayne ways is raking as people chamonix investment. That would just in general with with anybody's parents because we do know regardless of who you are of whether you be a regular person who is not of a celebratory status or celebrity. There's no book to write he. He literally call her son he was like how do i think that the conversation was taxi. That would never tell. I will never 'cause my momma out while no You'll transphobic with me out testing you to fuck. How but you know what. I've been with my mommy. I'll be. I don't think i'm gonna take i don't think you have. I'm not saying i'm yes. I'm not saying for a regular regular folk. Your kids is doing too much. You gotta. I'm never like seen somebody at walmart. And they make they bad as kids. I think nothing of it. I'm probably going to walk past like ooh them. Kids bash tip. I'm not even gonna think anything of it but you are our franklin. You are part of this system that says are better than the rest of us and thousands. You are better than the rest of us. I don't care what you're saying to you. I don't care what he said in the beginning of the conversation i don't i don't really care i. He said the worst things. Could you say back yeah. Of course that's natural data that but you are a christian. You are the echelon of christians. So i'm expecting something more from you. I'm expecting something more now. That's just my opinion. It doesn't really matter my opinion doesn't mattering our life. It doesn't matter your fans da da. But that's just me i. I'm gonna look at you differently. I'm gonna be out there you go. That's this is showing the real and this is just me being somebody who grew up in the art saying and i remember. It is a total different. There's a side. There's a. Oh i remember being with my art and we're and we're in the in the in the chamber and she's smiling and glory to god praise how you doing. Oh my god did bless him that at honey we get in the car. These mother fuckers and data data for the g. Mother fucker bitch and shit and goddamn and did it that we in a car right back home but you know what it is when we was in charge house you wanna give him none of that shit outta fakeness to it. There's a fakeness facade. And i'm glad that it was exposed. The thing about it is a regardless of their religion is abusive behavior to made. Because i have family members that are are christians but have abusive behavior in abusive behavior is abusive behavior and texas. Is that redoubt on need. I don't like. I don't see why he would need to cloud chase like in. He probably knows is that he paid. So i like. I don't think he would just like his. Daddy admitted yes is toxic relationship. Then i'd say it has all like oh you. Your daddy admits okay so bloom. Let me go in in really looking situation in no the pattern of behavior especially being from the south as being a black christian klar. My grandfather was a passer late in the gross out. Leg i come from. I know this type of behavior. I'm not given those seasons. Nobody rebounds. I'll not.
"melodies" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"From ever he's now i'm gonna end up arguing with his son online. His son Recorded the conversation. I can't let him say work. Where can you can go find it. It's it's thing and the fuck me. His son is finally let me see is very three. Okay he had some word gets out. I didn't understand why by going up. But i would go up if he was in. Basically throw me on okay. He's giving a ask. You say look stinky stinky in a shower and tons of bath and body works washing things walk okay. So basically Had argument his his son record. Conversation in kirk. Franklin was cursing gam in He was carson Or i think he credited his father but anyways we're both be respectful to each other and Everybody was kind of like trying to call franklin a bad Situation was kind of a toxic the way they redocking to each other by. I don't like people feel that way if he wasn't like celebrity because i seen so many videos people getting out my their defining light or their cheering There's a whole like fire will tiktok where these little these little white girls are laughing and People like shoulder parents or something. You're not all my friends receive and then the it looks like the girls looking at the. I'll start african parents like fuck you laughing at addition boroughs. Nobody is saying that it's toxic or are in. A manner is different but i. I don't think that it would be like it. Wouldn't be so controversy. Gives on kirk. Franklin was 'cause we were like you wouldn't be controversy through wasn't famous on like his. He was just having a moment with his side Franklin issued up algae and his His daughter was like Decided serve record. Half the conversation won't record everyday against started spilling other teams so is lying athlete. People shouldn't judge so quickly. If you don't know the circumstances in every everybody's family isn't just this picture perfect version of what family is like. I'm sure that into your father. Your mother embiid. She wasn't recorded in. Put it on on this blam pretty sure people would have a sp nearby the to remind maids allocation. I i have this degree ashtray. Athletic what. I feel like a one eighty. It's on here here on the other hand. I imagine me as parrot me eat like kirk franklin admitted to it being toxic relationship right so you knew no relationship Year talk a in a violent way. I don't wanna lies like i've seen people talk about Out been by extension cords in high heel shoes and mom went back on now right jerry. Frankly now i'm this ridiculous war to fuck owl. No but i'm saying that's how normalize it is. Yes i feel like. I think that looks destroy. It is but i'm saying these archetypal people that santee is saying he's a bitch ass negative for admitting to him fill like these bangor beust emotionally his dad. That was the point. The point of a he came out. Yes i'm a. I'm most used by my father. I have i have lease received Live i had been to the house in ten years. This is how he talks to me. And this is here is an example says. I don't think anybody would believe me because this cart franklin and exactly what he seemed like he feared was what came to play people. Were saying you know you bitch ass nigger store i at one of the conversation you don- you don't but at the same time he knows shit like apple like we know there's out parents especially in christian community. What triggered triggered him. Does it matter though. Does it matter how might be. Why did you did you hear what you said but this is the okay. So this may be my bitter my bidder at christian on my soapbox. That's fine. I'll be on my soapbox but i i hate them motherfucker. I hate her motherfucker. We are we all fall. Short of the glory is christian. I hate motherfucker. Christians like that. I hated it. Gives on my fucking nerve because it's always an excuse for their fucking bad behavior. You're the fucking christian that always sits on your this high pedestal claiming you better to every motherfucking body you the christian that kicked mother fuck out of the church that judge women that oppress women you the christian that always say you say the guy favor an stare and you you separate yourself from the wurley people you got this whole pedestal that you put your mother fucking itself on you. Don't get a break when he comes to us. Judging you by not doing what you're supposed to do as a christian you're not a new christian. You're not somebody. You are fucking cart franklin so there's a certain level of decorum than expected you have practice in when it comes to talking to your children when it comes to talk to people when he comes just like when you in charge you ain't gonna be cut and nobody out in charge and you can control the dan right. Why you can't control the when you talk to your son. I feel like as a christian that is practicing and being there for a long time like if different. If i'm just now getting my christian and i'm just now getting say but you fucking car franklin just like seeing karen clark or dadi people course somebody who's been in a game the christian game for so long and i'm seeing.
"melodies" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Trans man. That's a boxer he He won against assist man in a trans woman. She's she's a fighter. She laos against swimming in the but we also as strand people want to avoid for not forcing but I kind of. I would like to see it. Be way of pressuring trans children's to get on hormones to even it out is saying like when it comes suggestions specifically it does a alot sensitive from me because i often feel like they have anybody be forced to be sterilizer anyway to be able to assimilate to play just to play four or you know the flipside of them Let's ibn they miss out having fun and being able to exactly you know being sport so as he would you say i agree with you on that is. It's a very touchy topic so me. Because i don't know. I grew up athletes. So it shows in also. I also know a trans guy. He's trays that he transitioned. But i remember him playing with boys in football as girl an couple girls that he in my my school was a big open to it because it sounds like it was women plan. Were being air. And if you can't be superfeminist essay that transfer camp And then say this limit can play a macy's women can play with this man because they're they're just they give you like you can't do the Contradicting now also soup. Because like additional be like they should tell the trans girl. She has option of playing with the guys that she will be also now playing. I wanna want to place. I didn't even want to be an athletics. Because i didn't want to dress like noble way but i don't know i don't know because imagine being i'll see as trinidad. Well maybe i was out. Jacker valley wasn't a harmless netflix. With girl so. I don't know how that would look. I just don't know. But i talk on his now. Lie you know trying to change. Everybody transports they could be. They could be star athlete us to be girl so he can dominate one ole vehicle or whatever play vessel very touchy topic. We don't have an olive by all of its not. It's like certain individuals situation individuals sports. So you know i i. I think that that's what it is and you have to be. You have to be alert when you're having these conversations intelligent about the information that you're getting intelligent abou- watching out for win. There's a spin watching out for win. There's you know just an on both is this ain't just on on the republicans on the conservative side on christmas is it's our side too because sometimes they'd be selling the narrative that's like girl. Let's be let's be honest. let's be honest. Let's not just say the to say the good and say the bad safe. i mean. just don't say the good the bad to say. Say what you're not what you're not sure about say what say you say when there's some nuances in different situations because that's what to me. That's what shows your integrity when you're just giving me a spin and not giving me the honest the four. That's when i know your intentions has nothing to do with what you're trying to get us to To buy you trying to sell it spending say. That's transient like what they knew last conversation. And so let's explore those nuance. Yes we know women. Somebody like me is not arguing that they're women but there are some nuances situation. And if you're not if you're not trying to explore those nuances in this situation. I'm not going to trust you because that means to me in my mind you have no intention in exploring this in a fair and just and save way you just trying to push everything into You know this box of politically correctness for me. I'm like no guess. Trains women are women. But there's a nuance here. Because this is about the physicality how can we prove without a shadow of doubt that this is going to be safe. The integrity of the sport is important. So let's see how we can make this. Where are the studies. that's well rounded. Would they haven't invested money enough to do this but so my stance is less invest money enough to do studies to approve this without a shadow of doubt across all sports. And then it comes to your such a small population. Do we want to invest money in that but the problem eight. Shut the fuck up exactly if you don't air then cool if this is becoming a problem where parents and everybody is suing and that means it should be invested in. Yeah because you know you know there are some hard sweat stands out there. Some anaemia tradesman to go head in ready cut where the ciswomen out in whatever outlet draft. They have wrestling is here texas arrest. Now they have here. I come on this dollar shave. Need new equality too. So they don't focus on transparent. Are you know what. I'm saying like the book. There's no because quote there. The focus is always been on transmitting because they are read them on me. I like that list. They told me up right now. It's not about no ahead me. There is a difference. There is a difference when it just what you were earlier. Woman assistant or girl go plan in a male sport a male dominated sport. They never look like look at that. As a bad thing they never tried to protests that. That's like that. But you. I'm saying like we. We did a story on tony harris though the first woman to get a college scholarship for football remember. We did that story and no. They were cheering her on. They weren't worried about if she was safe. Plan with these dudes. They weren't worried about the physical advantage that that she would disadvantage that she will be coming against plan with these dues paying They wanna fight for her. No they weren't saying anything like this they weren't they weren't worried about the fairness but the difference. Yeah the difference is is that she voluntarily going into this disadvantage.
"melodies" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"They think that That in some way that it's going to influence They're sheltering to to not follow their own pack like like in someway their children's not say oh you know we're we're going to be clear now. Now that i have an option i had it before but now i got it like. No eight is just giving your children. Is the children know that the doors opened. You'll be you'll be you'll be able to have conversations about how you feel in without people saying. Oh well since you feel this way we're gonna let your parents know. Then we'll go for mayor is just think but however Fuck him for me. There is a bit for me. When i listened to what jesus i listened to what z. Just said i hear somebody trying to be inclusive to people who may be different than the norm for example. Let's take the merry christmas. Everybody at your school is not going to be a christian. So sam merry christmas everybody may not apply and it can alienate them. So if you have a muslim they're going to constantly be like. I don't celebrate christmas. I'm muslim if you know what. I'm saying it's gonna i'm jehovah witness. I don't celebrate christmas so stop saying merry christmas to be and it's not that christmas is a problem because that's the that's the propaganda. Is that all. They got a problem with chris. Smith and no. It's not that. Christmas is the problem. Christmas is okay. But christmas is okay to chris johns. It's okay so that's what you need to say. Merry christmas to. That's who you need to reference the christian holidays reference the christian stuff too because they are the ones who celebrate that not saying you know not saying that to me makes me album the outside person when he comes if i'm a muslim if i'm if i'm another religion you're making me feel like i'm the outside person likes christianity is nor although it is an orange but one of the things that when we when we talk about giving up privileging giving up space it feels like a pressure to them sometimes. Excessive is being one way. It's not just it's linney right. Did you hear them. Say stuff like oh. This is a attack on christians like it's like six white male christians are under attack. Y'all have y'all have been the word. Masculine these unders. Yeah masculinity is under attack Black masculinity is under attack. Whatever has been the norm of the privilege anytime they are giving up privilege. They're going to think that is a thing. They just want to be oppressed so bad type of propaganda when nobody is saying that mom and dad is not okay to say when the people you're talking to are okay with mom and dad used mom and dad and it's okay to use my dad to those people out here that don't use those titles or don't want to use those titles and so if you have a child who does a have. Don't wanna use those things got a parent that's a non binary that does want to use those things. Then that's when as a problem and so you don't wanna use it with them. It's not about mom and dad. Being bad those are perfectly fine just like her and him and see and he. Those are perfectly fine pronouns. Win the person you're talking to want them to be apply. I don't mind you calling me a she. I'm never going to have a problem with you as she but another person may be totally different with that particular pro now and so what they're trying to teach you is to be inclusive in your language is not saying that was the old school way every you can just cut it out and throw it away. No nobody is saying that. there know. you can't keep doing what you're doing. You're not going anywhere. But i'm pretty sure it makes those children who this child who has to moms in this other child who has a mom and dad sit during question her like bobby teams well because these are my parents these are. These are my guardians or the other language that of this crime a schools decide as a fireside representation further. The people who raise the murder. You know their parents. I think that is very inclusive as in like you said they're not selling them. Hey saab say mom and dad not left the door and also bitch. This is a ragged school. So you have a choice to design. Hey i wanted them to a whole different. Why not only is a inclusive is just realistic. 'cause like people already. They're ally people already progressing us. Lucky let by if you know. You don't want you on. Go hang your child that they're spending schools. I'm sure a mississippi now where they been transported from being a participating sports or whatever but the school made clear that they was in banding any worse they just made a guy in You know just talking about the language and talking about how to just social life at the school culture they one of you so it says it also stays that whereas like minority. Should you replace with person of color. If that's has due to identify so basically people just blew out of proportion native focus on everything else. They just focus on like. Lgbt stub will be drawn. A line like no. You can't t stems and especially this being a christian school. I'm sure it was just like outrage. House seal dead. That doesn't have a mom and dad as prepare it and you in their. Their discharge has a fun in china. Eight lane this whole 'cause you know children are inquisitive. They want to know everything. Because i remember being asked If my mom was my mom. Because i was black issues right and i was trying to lay mining but actor dick slater. I just feel like there's certain things like if the children are already accustomed to. Hey there's there's there's other parents than just the mom and dad then that also makes their child so like might. My parents are normal. Just like these other. Paris normal Imagine it would make them feel odd as you see all your other classmates at a christian school coming in a mom and dad. You have t- dad's war you know a whatever however your parents identified than just the regular it can make them feel weird. 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"melodies" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Plo join. The conversation has tagged marshals played. I'll instagram facebook and twitter. We want to hear what you guys have to say. You could also help us. Bill community by becoming a patron on a patriot dot com slash. Mars played by contributing to this podcast. You help us. Continue our power for work to change culture one episode at a time. So let's get started. Today was an interesting day. I went to meet my primary care doctor. Primary care physician for the first time today. It was quite nerve racking. I was so nice. So i of i winning my tests You know just your whole test like your sti Check ups if you got hiv or any kind of diseases or whatever then they check your blood to see if you've got like I question levels or whatever which is on an jane and then they check your You know just different things. Just whatever i asked them to check just to be ready so i'm feeling like i'm coming into this. So that was last month right. So i feel like i'm coming into this about to get my all my t's like like what is about to happen like has been yes. 'cause it's been a minute so i was like you know bitch been out living living on inspect so you don like I'm kind of nervous. And so she come in the room real nice and bubbly super super dice. I really like our personality. So remember i told you i last time. I think i told that it was real impersonal. Like at the it was almost like it was a assembly line. When i first went down here so i was like god. It's none of nobody is talking to me like i'm a person that's almost like routine number dime in timing go here go to go to third floor go two laps down here in this liver is very. It was very like a settler kinda personality. But this one meeting her was totally different. She was way personnel. She was speaking in she. Just as as hell so it was good so she made me real comfortable. So she's talking about you know. 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"melodies" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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A Look at 1920 Drummers
"We're going to of look really the story in the volition of jazz drumming through through the twenty s or from the very late tends to too late twenties. Some of the main players and as we get to each new development in technology might also have introduced as we go and we can. We can hear it being played and we can also talk about it. That sounds if that's okay. We'll take a look at the way things were when the jazz age began just before in the late. Nineteen ten's Of course this point really. The prevailing musical stops ragtime which began spice around the turn of the century. Nineteen hundreds and really by the time you get the first jazz bound appearing which is nineteen seventeen. The first bound to market itself as a jazz released a lot of the ingredients for what you think of as jazz already present in sort of late period ragtime and then you get these hybrid styles for while like jess which is a precursor to jazz. They changed the spelling jasper s And ragged jazz movies different. Sort of monaco's that we use for these top of music. What was really a a transitional journal from rank time into jazz. The thing that ragtime didn't quite have which came along with jazz really. I mean the wind recordings may down there so we don't really know but it seems like new orleans was the epicenter for for these other ingredients that the weren't in ragtime which is the sort of The blues element which wasn't really present in ragtime blue notes bent notes slurs and growls not sort of stuff and also the sort of emphasis on bras and reed instruments because ragtime small groups. I mean people tend to think iraq. Tom is a piano based music. Uncles walls Joplin joseph goes but Also small bands playing ragtime cortex. Quintet's you know the perfect precursor to your your modern jazz combo in the in the late. Nineteen ten's buying this stuff but it was all on banjos and violins and mostly string instruments. But they would dramas and the drums often played some of the most cutting edge. Stuff most improvised parts. They went just reading and they would play time. You know mostly stalls that was Evolved from military band music so to beat music. You know like with too strong beats bobby. Wanna be three kind of light. You'd have with innovative in iraq these days and so they'd be playing on a bass drum usually using some kind of pedal of the first modern quote unquote molten pedal came around in one thousand nine nine but there were other ones as we as we've learned through listening to this first Because to that with all sorts of crazy young overhung designers in all kinds of stuff. Getting sort of he's robinson designs but yes they'd be playing the to be feeling the bass drum mostly playing time on the snapdragon that you wouldn't a ministry banned only of course they were making much more syncopated an exciting of hit accidents in rudimentary stuff on reading mental stuff. I should say rather almost najem and occasionally Moving to woodblock for a bit of variation because the whole thing most to vary eight chorus to chorus depending on what instrument was was taking the melody or we know leading the chin. You'd play different accompaniment a different texture behind it but unlike morton drumming where you often have you know you've got your right hand on a symbol left hand on the snapdragon. Usually you know this sort of thing. Hander spread apo- on different instruments at this point. Most of the time. The germans would focus on one sound two times. He'd have both hands on the next chorus. Both hands on woodblock because of different instruments
Sasha Sloan Talks About Her New Song, Until It Happens To You
"Sasha's sloan is a singer and songwriter originally from boston but now based in nashville she put out her debut album only child last year before that she'd written songs for artists like katy. Perry john legend and charlie exc- x and she's been a featured guest vocalist on songs by electronic artists. Edessa and kyko. Sasha made her album with her boyfriend producer. Henry allen aka king henry who's other production credits include songs by beyond say and diplo so they're kind of music power couple in this episode. Sasha along with henry tells the story of making her song until it happens to you till you like similar in no how to my name. Is sasha sloan. When it comes to writing. I always start with a title. My boyfriend and i have a close friend and he had a cousin who was like a sister to him and we hung out with her a lot. She was in her early thirty s and one day. She was diagnosed with leukemia. And a couple of months later she passed away. Henry and i were very shaken up by it and just sitting and talking and you know we were like you'll never really know what it's like until it happens to you because my boyfriend and i had never lost someone that close to us. We've both been funerals but it was kind of you know at a distance and it was just one of those things where i wanted to say. Hey i know what you're going through right now. But i couldn't i could only say i can only imagine what that feels like and it didn't feel like enough that's kind of what inspired the title. That's my friend danny. Celebrate danny came over to hang out and we were talking about song. Titles and i was like i had the song title called until it happens to you and you know when i explained the concept to him really struck a chord with him and we went to the studio and danny had this guitar part. That was really beautiful. I love writing with danny and henry because of craig guitar players. I play piano. But i'm always usually more inspired by like a great guitar riff so i felt super inspired by that. And the title until it happens to you. Felt like it really fit with qatar part for me. Titles have to find their partner. I in order for me to write them. It's so much easier for me to write melody when i have a concept that i'm starting with. It's much harder for me to work off of melodies and then villain lyrics afterwards.
2021 Super Bowl Ad Review
"Like there's two ads. I've really want to get everyone starts on I think they're the most polarizing we'll certainly talk about our picks for the best. Although i will say this year it was not exactly like a plus plus it was like you know pretty good lead like the the best ones were all pretty good And none of them were were tremendous home runs But that's the two that were kind of late editions. we already talked about only in passing But then also the two minute. Gps dot with bruce springsteen. Let's start with that nicole. I think we all know what what they were. Attempting you know like cheap wanted this rousing halftime in america type ram farmer. Type spot fill. It really fell flat. I actually kinda surprised that they released that one early because it was a two minute long spot. I thought at least it would be a two minute surprise So that was a little shocking to me. But yeah then when i saw it i was like oh man two minutes okay. Let's get cozy. Let's see what this is going to be like. Am i going to be laughing like last year. Because last year was such a pleasant like fun. Add to watch and this one. I just kinda felt like. Oh they're going like the safe route they're going like the middle of the road route. They're going to do the call for unity and also like to me. I as a consumer from the consumer perspective. I didn't love that. Because i feel like if i want to see a brand lean into its purpose i wanna see them. Take a side not do the middle of the road thing. I know that that's where a lot of Like i guess politics wise lot of people doing calls for unity but it still felt like a little too early for the brands to start doing the calls for unity. Like i'm still waiting for purpose from brands rather than middle of the road right now. I guess my question would be in. Jameson a. You and i talked about this many times. But i can't think of a brand that has ever succeeded by being like can't we all. Can we just come together. They learn anything from gap putting up that tweet that it was like a hoodie that had like read into on it and it's like a collie unity shoot rented after election day. Jeep is like we're going to spend twenty million dollars gap bruce springsteen in here and do the same exact thing in front of a hundred million and hope it works. I mean it was a touching message that i felt ill timed and i saw one tweet from at its kenya summit. A perfectly like what they displayed in that ad fundamentally goes against lead. Diversity inclusion is in america right now. And i think right just did didn't didn't showcase what america is today showcase a unity of one america used today. And you know what. I would have actually appreciated if they just re-run last year's groundhog day ad and donated that money to a cause that actually supports you know unifying missions I think that would have been funny and understandable and Yeah that that really fell flat a lot of the ads this year. Celebrities team to kind of try to force things like the cuts. The storylines is just we. I felt like the in this kind of i guess my last real thought on jeep is just the it's the kind of add that cmo's and and if i'm just being honest here because it's late i'm tired League basically wealthy white folks and and and just affluent people in general kind of ivory tower folks are gonna be like what a brave message like wouldn't important message. I'm so glad they used their storytelling to do this. You know what i mean. And and that's but to everyone else on the ground like who who has survived this past four years and knows how much farther we still have to go. It's just like oh there's a small church in kansas. That's that leaves their doors open. Okay cool then. Never mind like we're all good and you know it's just anyway. That's that's my. But i i also wanna make sure we say plenty of time talking about oatley because who wants to start us off one. No we haven't gotten to talk realism curious. I loved story. edited the story By katie lindstrom and No they wanted to go with something else in there. Trying to come up with With all these eight years and ended up like the ceo was kind of forced into the spot because he was like well. I guess i have a better idea. And he brought back an idea that he had and it was just him trying to come up with a jingle and From i saw you know it. It definitely caused a stir In terms of using a simple melody and a simple backdrop and like a shaky table with you know that lovely oatmeal gone. They're really worried about that class. Like nobody take this down from production. Okay we're going to go with it. But i thought it was so so on brand you know it. It was not expected and A little endearing. And you know i am. I am a consumer of that brand. And you know they. They also laid that message with you. Know the mission of. Let's also be sustainable and talk about. Let's let's take a quick pause to listen to the song for anyone who might have missed it in all of its glory It reminds me of like kind of like nineties weirdo alternative Kind of punk music. I don't know there's this weird vein of like intentionally bad dead dead milkman. style was. let's give it a listen made for you. Who moves like male but made for you. Well no no no no bill nicole. What did you think of the okay. So here's the thing. I actually when i was first watching it. I thought to myself like oh. That's actually kind of cute. I don't hate this. And then everyone i was in the room with just got quiet and they all just started like laughing at the same time. They're like oh. This is terrible terrible. We hate this. We all hate this. So i actually think that i'm one of the few. Maybe i'm i'm the right consumer here or something. I like the brand also personally but yeah. I didn't hate it right away. I get the cornyn est. And i get that like i don't know maybe maybe now that i've listened to not while i'm also editing and distracted by other things i get it but i listen. I was kind of like oh cute. Okay i have to say. Maybe one of my favorite advertising tweets of all time. And i won't name him because he's a great dude and Good on him for his transparency but so someone tweeted that oatley dropped the ball and then a few minutes later shared his own. Tweeden's i've been informed that my agency created the and and so it's actually fantastic
Kerry: US will make up for 4 years of lost action on climate
"The blighted administration is pledging to make up for lost time in dealing with climate change Donald Trump pulled the US out of the historic twenty fifteen Paris climate accord ridiculing the science of human caused climate change hours after taking office last week president Biden cited order putting the U. S. back in we come back I want you to know what your melody U. S. climate envoy John Kerry says he regrets America lost years that could have been spent fighting climate change and we'll do everything in our power to make up for in a video message to a global climate summit Kerry says the world must take decisive action it says the by the administration's working on its own to more ambitious targets for cutting emissions Sager mag ani Washington
Car thefts on the rise across metro Atlanta
"Atlanta Melody Wyatt, who had her car stolen tells too To action news. She's taking measures into her own hands. Everywhere I go. I always have my gun on me. It's completely changes your everything. In some cases, police police blamed blamed drivers drivers who who are are making making it it easy easy on on criminals criminals by by leaving leaving their their vehicles vehicles running running or or leaving leaving the the keys keys in in the the car car With With the the doors doors unlocked. unlocked. You You apparently apparently don't don't just just gain gain weight weight
"melodies" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Someone is driving. Yeah it'd be easier to get caught up on that that cushion at the end of the barrier. That was something happened a week previously. It's sort of just noted in the completeness of the report that male cushioned had been in place that might have helped but they really are pointing the finger and there's more pressure on Tusla now to take more responsibility for autopilot Because it's misuse is causing these kinds of accidents now granted. This driver was not paying attention. And if they had been paying attention presumably they would have been able to take control of the car and slow it down but what happened was autopilot did not detect the barrier. Possibly because of the son of because the the lane markings were faded that they were unsure of but it definitely malfunctioned and the pressure is now on Tesla just to to not have autopilot operating and somehow do more to keep drivers from being distracted. I'm not sure how much they could be expected to do. I mean really besides yanking autopilot as a feature altogether and we've talked about the idea that some people are like it's just too dangerous people aren't GonNa take it seriously or there's going to be you know little things that happen here and there in Scott. You mentioned there was a center. Divide thing that happened near you. It's like these things do happen. Especially if there's construction that you know the computer software and a particular car gets confused. It is dangerous. I mean the person who is distracted by looking at their phone in autopilot mode also to blame. That person is no longer with us. So it's kind hard to know what happened in those in those moments but I really do wonder I mean how much pressure how much pressure gets put on this very cool technology that in theory people like. Wow autopilot very cool. How much does it does it end up rolling back because it's just not saint? Sure also actually have this question Tom. Do you think that them? Making that recommendation that phone companies look for ways of maybe if they can detect you're driving turning off game features of the phone that would otherwise distract convey any traction. You can always the carriers will always rightfully say like if you're a passenger you should be able to make use of these features and they'll be a way to say. I'm a passenger and there's no way to detect if that's true or not clearview. Ai Maker of facial recognition software. We talked about on the show quite a bit disclosed to its customers that an intruder gained unauthorized access to its list of customers. The number of user accounts that those customers had set up and the number of searches that those customers had conducted now clearview said that the company's servers weren't breached. They weren't compromised. Vulnerability has been patched and the company also said because of course this is sort of the hot button issue law enforcement agencies search histories were not accessed other information but not exactly what the police are doing except maybe the names of police organizations that previously weren't known to be working clearview companies customers are mostly. North American law enforcement agencies in Canada and the US clearview scrapes images from the public web and then uses associated data to train an algorithm to provide a possible identity matches. Yeah I mean you gotTa Take You. GotTa take an honest view of this folks. This is not the worst data breach that has happened this week. But it's getting a lot more press because it's clear view and a lot of people are trying to make the connection of I don't like clearview using facial recognition therefore. I'm going to make the connection that they can't even protect their data. They should be banned. And even if you don't like clearview is USA facial recognition. I'm not sure this follows. It wasn't a server access. They didn't lose the images. The images are all public anyway. At worst this will embarrass law enforcement agencies or review law enforcement agencies tools to people who wanted to know about them. Yeah it's not a lot of other sensitive information here. The number of searches isn't terribly useful. It's not that it's not useful at all but I feel like the only reason this is getting the type of headlines it is the type of coverage it is is that people don't like clear views use official recognition. We've talked about that separately on us about you. Know How to form your opinions about whether this is a good idea or not. But this kind of data breach sad to say is fairly mundane and limited in its damage Do you do you I mean this is a bit like if my local grocery store lost my information because I use a frequent buyer card there versus some big national chain. They're just getting more attention because they're bigger and or it's closer to it's because of facial. Recognition facial recognition sends a lot of people into irrational paroxysms. Some other people into very rational objections but as soon as it gets in there kind of clouds. The issue people data-breach breach facial recognition. And it conjures up. The image of my private facial data has been leaked. And that's not what's happening in this atoll. They're already right. The imagery is already a publicly accessible. It it isn't. It's low hanging fruit if you're trying to freak people out with headlines that's for sure. I mean it's not a great thing but certainly no worse. Pew. Research Center survey conducted in January. Shows that seventy four percent of Americans have little or no confidence in technology companies like facebook twitter and Google to prevent the misuse of their platforms to influence the twenty twenty. Us presidential election when they say Americans they mean people in the US however seventy eight percent of people surveyed say. These companies have a responsibility to prevent such misuse. So three quarters. The people say they don't believe they will prevent of the platform to influence the presidential election. But they think they should over. The past decade other surveys have found sharp declines in the shares from those associated with both Democrat and Republican parties. This is a bipartisan attitude. Here who say technology companies have a positive impact on the country that is been in decline as for the age breakdown? If you're like Oh wait What about the youngsters? Well one percent of adults aged eighteen to twenty nine say they are at least somewhat confident in these companies but that sixty nine percent not so. It's not that far under the seventy four percent. If you include all Gr- age-groups twenty percent of those age sixty five and older are at least somewhat confidence and that's eighty percent. That's a little bit above all within the range so slightly more confident when you're young slightly less confident when you're older but mostly people are not confident. Seventy percent plus no matter what age group. You're looking at are not confident. Here's my problem with this. I don't have a problem with research doing the study. I think this is important to find out okay. What are people's attitudes but there's also no evidence that there was in effect on an election because of misuse of a platform plenty of evidence of attempts to misuse plenty of evidence. That things were done. But we haven't yet found out what effect those attempts have and I keep hammering on this but I think this shows that people are are not worried about the evidence they're like I just believe that it is being misused and that's dangerous the reason I think that's dangerous is if you're believing without evidence then it's very difficult to convince you that it's been fixed. Yeah well then you can get into the of this which is a huge part of the reason. They don't trust these services or don't trust social media as a particular point is because they need they're doing. They're doing the very thing that were that we're now applying to the overall social networking. In other words. We may get some article on facebook that seems slanted and you just feel like well. That has no evidence. That's nothing to back it up. That's just a you know a of the headline to get people all fired up. And it's so now. It's easy for us to blanket statement. Say well all of facebook We just don't trust them to to to be able to do this to Keep this stuff at bay and not have it affect the election like we were kind of doing it on top of on top of the problem that we see with the same problem because we're not willing to look at the bigger picture and look at all the evidence as well. It's a super complicated mess. I'm not surprised by any of this. Like any institution that has some trust upfront. And you start to see that a road through actual experience whether it be throughout the last election cycle or even current election cycles. It's easier for people to be jaded like I don't trust it either but also just. I'm more like Tom these days. I look at a thing and go. Okay what are they talking about? What do they mean? Look deeper before I talk about it. And maybe that's just on us but at the end of the day I'm not shocked by these numbers and the reason I harp on this is because people want facebook twitter and Google to stop the election from being influenced and it comes from all sides right the The you either want them to stop favoring a candidate or you want them to stop being manipulated by outside forces for the favor of a candidate. You don't like and if everybody's right then there really isn't any influence because it's happening on both of the major. Us parties So that's useless. What's more useful to me as to focus on. What can you do to make sure that you are not unduly influenced to be able to check your biases able to make a better decision? I think we should be focusing on. What can these companies do to improve our news diet to make sure that we are encouraged to eat right? When it comes to news there are lots of things these tech companies could do to help us improve but if we're just battering at them to to defend themselves against being misused they're going to spend a lot of time trying to defend against something we don't properly understand and may have no effective. They've done it here here to that. That's absolutely yeah. It's you know before we move on. I mean my my thoughts on this is doesn't surprise me that overall younger people have a little bit more confidence in social networks and other technology companies. But we're kind of talking about social networks right now But still not not very high but at least a little bit more like well. We understand how this works. We'll get there kind of thing. What I what I find interesting is. Is You know. The vast majority of people are like yeah. We have no confidence in these companies. Being any help at all and can be very manipulative. But we're still using them to spread a lot of that. So that's that's that's that's on. That's on a lot of us. I kind of agree. Well let's talk about the L. V. Sixty think that's where the Q. Five G. Is Its third dual screen phone with a second screen in a case that could be separated from the main phone the V..
"melodies" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Of the most memorable melodies in popular music history Erica composer an author Alec Wilder described Carmichael as quote the most talented invented sophisticated jazz oriented all the great craftsman pop songs in the first half century of the twenty two people ever right one state Carmichael wrote a bunch start the nearness of you I wore in the cool cool cool of the evening and of course his most well known Georgia on my mind the lyricist was born in Knox Indiana and went to school with Carmichael and the two became friends after hearing his pal play the fresh new melody at a party pulled an all nighter and ended up with the lyrics for the song Perot would become a banker he never wrote another leader in his life neither man ever lived in the state of Georgia Carmichael did have a sister named Georgia you can decide if the songs about a person here is Carmichael's version of that song recorded on September fifteenth nineteen thirty Carmichael on vocals in any laying charges Joe gin the whole days through Justin rules sweet song keeps Georgia on my mind Georgian on each D. as long the we as and there reach out to me there minus ten duty still in peace for dream others recorded the song in nineteen thirty one saxophonist Frank trend our top ten hit with it in nineteen thirty.