18 Burst results for "Mildred SNITS"

"mildred snits" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And I am getting better. I feel like when I see something from yesteryear. I go. Oh, boy, I I could have done that better. And for some of them in a very particular way. I go here's what I've learned. This is exact. What I do differently. And here's why and all that. So sometimes if I if I have to watch it it can be really educational. You know, I love that. Talking with Jeff Goldblum, and he is coming to town along with the Mildred snits orchestra and blue note Hawaii the venue that we love so much April twenty seventh and twenty eighth showtimes. Of course, six thirty pm at nine pm, go to balloon out Hawaii dot com today. Make sure that you make your ticket order, you do not want to miss Jeff and the Mildred snits our orchestra. I know we have just a few moments remaining. But Jeff I was wondering if I could ask you could you chat a little bit about your crew because Jimmy king on saxophone is a magician, but everyone in your group. Oh my goodness. What a talented talented group of musicians. dot com indeed Oh, used I'm so by lucky over three there. So million businesses great for hiring James where king business was owners far and h._r. Fitz and professionals the tantrums can he post plays job with us, openings and screener he's questions just a great then jazz soared musician. reviewing He's communicate a wonderful with guy. candidates Joe from an bag online dashboard is a learn spectacular more than d. dot organised com slash and higher candy Elliot on drums, and Alex rank on bass John story on guitar. They're all eighth degree black belt masters at their instruments, and and we just have a blast together. They're just great. And then on the album, we were we were we added till Bronner one of the great trumpeters in the whole world right now who is just great. And then he toured with us when we went to Berlin and Paris and London I'm just so lucky and then some of the singers Imelda May's on that album, and Sarah Silverman. Who is great..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"With your crew what goes through your mind what emotional part does life performing music mean for you that's a good question i i don't know but you're right i just get lost an intoxicated i in a very particular way you know i mean i'm real i'm ecstatic when i act and i'm i'm i'm lucky to any of it you know it just kills me it just it just drives me crazy with with happiness yeah i just love playing music is just fun i love that i love that i know you've been asked was times but we'd like to know about mildred snits her please oh yeah well noted says there was a real person she was a wonderful lady who used to visit my mom she was a palam my mom's really and she used to come over regularly to our house and she was always a little kooky and but really great she would get that on the exercise and she said this is the way to stay to stay young and in fact she lived to be a hundred and three and then she found out so i thought her name was kinda funny and and cool and i named it i named the band after higher and she found out about it and she came to one of our gigs she surprised me i had no idea she was going to be there and she was in her nineties and she was wearing some sequences gown and she during a song she.

"mildred snits" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Over just over the person that tells you. He's just a lovely human being anyone he might have ever molested is long dead though. So at least we'll have to worry about that coming up, you're on fire. Are you saying his taste was older or that? No. I'm just saying he's outlived the ball. The alive today who's going to be able to shock us with a bad Dick Van Dyke story. Right. Now's the time where we start hearing about every single music festival around the country lineup start coming in. And now, we know the seventh annual bottle Napa Valley lineup. It's occurring may twenty curry really. It's occurring may twenty four th through the twenty six would you like to know their lineup. You guys keep in mind. No, all right. Sure. Keep in mind last year, they sold out pretty quickly. They had Bruno Mars the killer smu's, they they tend to have some there. Fighters. Did they they've had in the past? Yeah. So Friday may twenty fourth imagine dragons logic, one Republic neon trees lovely the band. Jenny Lewis flogging. Molly. Good lineup Saturday. Neil young a Williams. Gary Clark, junior cypress hill. Chevy metal against me. All right. Sunday may twenty six Mumford and sons, well, finally we have an L A date in Napa Valley. Mumford and sons, very angry with thought that whole thing, but Mumford and sons. Santana. The crystal method doing a silent disco. Fisher, Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred snits orchestra. I that don't need Sunday. Tommy Bahama day. It really is. You know what I mean? Really sandals in some shorts say it's a click mix, which usually is. But three day general admission passes go on sale at ten AM today. Those three day general admission passes going for three hundred and fifty nine bucks. If you wanna see all this bands. Johnson helped me out with this. WWE roth. Yes, they are bringing back whole Cogan tonight. Yes. In the past he's run into some issues regarding racial slurs tonight. He will come back to tribute mean Jean Oberland. Okay with no racial slurs. I'm hoping I hope I hope. No that sound like if we if we had somebody on the show that did a impression of the holster doing racial slurs. I'm just I'm not even gonna start. He didn't he wanted. Like you wanted to hear what he was like tribute to maintain. Keno. Now being jeans dead. Hopefully, all kids Hiba listed. Jensen? Again. Let's. You can't count on.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Noon right here on WFAN. I love you. So. So. We got. Oh my gosh. Let's get into it. I got some headlines for you. And now all of the news, you would probably miss. It's time for quick. Not probably like literally, you would miss this news. Okay. So I have to tell you guys about the most egregious case of media, malpractice, I have ever seen in my life. Are you guys ready for this skit ready to riot the New York Times mixed up Kenny Loggins, and Kenny Rogers and a headline? Quote, Paul Manafort likes to think of himself as a high stakes poker player, but like Kenny Loggins in the gambler he has time after time out of aces. Ooh. That tweet is end the danger zone. Oh my goodness. Oh, my word. That's so bad. That is so bad. Let's see here. The ooh, Al Gore is going to host a twenty four hour. Global warming Basle the Washington Times guess who it's going to feature. It's sponsored by crocs Internet Explorer and the hover around and it's going to feature Moby and the goo goo dolls. I'm joking about sponsorships. But it would be totally. It will be totally fitting. I mean like goodness. Really? So he it's it's called the eight annual twenty four hours of reality. Protect our planet. Protect our sales, and it's going to be streamed on online. Oh my goodness. Then you're gonna see goo goo dolls and Mildred snits our orchestra. And Taylor Leoni is going to be there and superstar Cody Simpson. They're all gonna they're all going to be. They're better watch. Monday, December third six PM. Now, you guys are all about that. Another lawsuit against the president has utterly failed. Yeah. It has judge says Democrats can't sued the Trump hotel over presidential over their perceived advantages because he's president. So they're like he's like any other celebrity get over it now. Well, that makes sense. I mean that does make sense and also a missionary that was killed by this crazy tribe that we're not crazy there..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Us radio. Wait, forty WHAT. Yes. Oh. Hottest years, ever measured. They've all occurred in the last fourteen year, we're gonna die. Yeah. The hottest. Hottest ever the entire north cap. During some of the summer months could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years of your SUV. Consensus is that we are causing global warming. Alert member peg alert NewsRadio eight forty W H A N, Leland Conway, I have ma'am bear pigs carbon footprint, no way, do is it autographed. It's big I'll tell you that. But I Al Gore the greatest of the climate change hyperbole lists. He's actually a fraudster. Like, I believe what he is doing is fraud. I believe he knows that he's full of crap. And I believe he is profiting off of it by taking money from taxpayers because that's ultimately, that's any money, that's generated in the climate change industry. Automatically comes from tax payers, these big stupid windmills that actually kill birds. They're usually built by tax payers are not built by private companies are built by utilities. That's money coming out of the tax payers hands even T Boone, Pickens tried to make large wind farms and realize that it's not gonna make any money. It doesn't make any money because time they sit there completely dead and the other time they're actually moving the migratory patterns of birds in the United States, which is a terrible terrible thing. And of course, none of the liberals want the windmills in their backyard. They want them in everybody else's backyard. So. There's that. Anyway, Al Gore is going to host a twenty four hour climate change TV's. I gotta I gotta dump some stuff off my DVR record space at twenty four hours. Aren't you elementary schmila mentoring? Apparently, Al Gore is going to host a twenty four hour broadcast special on climate change next month, featuring an array of celebrity stupid idiot and musical performance by artists that include Moby and the Gook goo dolls. I like the goo goo dolls. I used to you don't like them now. Oh there. Okay. Why do you not like them anymore? I was just kidding. They're part of Al Gore's politics. Okay. They don't they don't sing about it. And preach to me. So their songs are good. I'm fine. Okay. The former vice president on Tuesday announced the eighth annual twenty four hours of reality. Protect our planet. Protect ourselves which will be televised in more than one hundred twenty five countries and streamed live online twenty four hours of reality dot org. Dozens so imagine all of the coal fired power grid electricity. That's going to be used in order for people to watch. This on TV sets all around the globe. And imagine all of the carbon footprint that it's going to generate by flying. These a list celebrities into the venue who dials A-List and Mobis list. Still former A-List celebrities. I haven't mentioned yet come down is a derby. Celebrities. Bill Nye the science guy derby celebrity he got to ride on the Air Force One for a photo op and the Everglades. Wow. Jeff goldblum. Kind of he's. I call him. A he's still a B minus you still. Yeah. Sting and shaggy. I don't know they combined for a see I think I don't know who they are. They are I know sting Gordon Sumner. Yeah. But I don't know if it's the same thing. I don't I don't know if it stalls thing and shaggy like Penn and teller like couple of magicians. I have no idea. I'm clueless. Okay. The Mildred snits our orchestra. Straight from Saint Olaf, Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred snits or distrust, I might have to see that celebrity appearances by Jaden Smith, Bill Nye Tahiliani, clearly what all the musicians better be acoustic. You say you what? No, I didn't say anything Tayo. What after I said. Oh, yeah. Claire Danes and Cody Simpson. Wow. See, quote, our health depends on the health of the planet. Mr. gore said in a statement, the climate crisis is not an abstract issue. It has direct impacts on us, and the people we love the most I'm looking forward to exploring the climate and health connection on this year's twenty four hour broadcast.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And matchbox twenty. You should try to get foo fighters. We got the foof we got. We got food fighters coming to. Play in Atlanta the day before the Super Bowl. Maybe you can get them over there for your twenty four hours of reality. I wouldn't mind having the foo fighters, I don't know what a fool with or what? In their planes. They use up a lot of captain planet will be there. Actually here. It is. It's moby. Everybody wants to see Moby. These sure goo goo dolls sting and shaggy. Nice. Jeff goldblum. Jeff Goldblum might be singing because his Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred snits orchestra. Right. He has a little band that he's been playing. You know, what I can't stand actors would bands? Just annoys me. Bruce willis. Yeah. It's like I wanna see I'll tell you what I want to see a white actor sing the blues. That's really what I look forward to celebrity appearances. Jaden smith. Bill Nye the science guy. Yeah. Tea Leoni, ladies and gentlemen. Please bring to the stage. That's right, T L Yoni, ladies and gentleman. Remember, this is a B Y O P of event bring your own pillow. T L E Oni. We'll be here, ladies.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"No like Jerry Lewis used to do in the MTA telephone. That would be interesting. But I don't think so stay up all night. Who's all? He's all ragged who knew this is the eighth annual. Did you know this no? What's called twenty four hours of reality? Protect our planet. Protect ourselves has the first seven done. I wonder if anybody watched the first seven because I heard nothing about it. I thought this was new I've never heard of this Mary. No, no negative. By Moby, Google, dolls shaggy, Jeff Goldblum stinging shaggy this thing as a partner now. But yeah, right sting from police. This is another sting sting. This is a radio show. If you're a music act, you ought to know better than to take the name sting now that that that names retired that well, you're right. Yeah. I think it's a music act because then it says, Jeff Jeff Goldblum who's an actor. But it says Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred snits or orchestra allies this Mildred snits. They're making this stuff up there. There's no there's no stinging shaggy shaggy from from. Makes. Yeah. It makes me think that you and I should have done it with our show name. It's a giant Ken stinging shaggy it sting from the police and shaggy from Scooby doo. That's that's the music act. We could have been like fat head and bloat knows. Yeah. Interesting. You change change not after this many. There was one team. And you're gonna think I made this up. Country team in Florida or somewhere in the south of Bubba and Boehner they call themselves Bubba, the love sponge knows different Bubba at his partners. Boehner serious. How can you forget that? I want to listen to today. Honey, Bubba and Boehner I think I heard that twenty years ago. I've never forgot how about your show should be called the horn dog show. He's always talking about people. Boner? Fine. What's going on? Is that how you see us that is appropriate? This is why disappointed in use is why we'd all the great causes. We fought. We don't come. Visit. They were nothing. Yes. That is true. Starring wow, vegan. See I keep a kid rock is wishes your brain less moon. This is is doing his thing. We have to talk about it that that that democratic chairman I didn't say you guys were horn dogs. I said your show should be called the horn dot. We don't spend every hour of every show on that stuff. How dare you? If there was enough material, but xactly we have thirty seconds Al Gore's, not on this. We're offended. I'm so sorry the promotional video for this twenty four hour show. This is a preview twenty four hours of reality. Protect our planet. Protect ourselves. Here we go the.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Valentine show. He'd been saying I don't understand all this fascination with exploring Marge Elon Musk wants to take. A planeload of FOX folks up there. And he says he is going gonna cost at minimum like two hundred fifty thousand dollars ago, and we may not come back. And you gotta understand when you get there. You're gonna work. Well, PW says while I understand what you're saying. And to some degree agree with you. Humans have the urge to explore. We can understand our own planet by studying other planets such as Mars, I will concede. I don't know whether there's anything to begin economically from Mars, but it has been shown that asteroids do possess minerals. We can use right now to costs and to get them. Having said this bear in mind. One while these experiments do cost hundreds of millions that is a tiny tiny costs compared to other government programs. Number two. We have myriad technologies that old their Genesis space program, a small list, satellite television, GPS precursors to see T in MRI scans solar energy water purification systems home insulation, radiant barrier used in homes for the first time to insulate spacecraft three people are alive today. Because of a Dan advancements made for space technology, also note that Nasr's budget is less than zero point four four percent of the entire federal budget nineteen point seven billion out of four point four trillion. Yes. Less than one half of one percent. The cost of the insight program. You mentioned his around eight hundred million wouldn't be a drop in the overall debt. I understand where you're coming from. I mean, everything's relative. I just I think it's unnecessary and it's eight hundred million dollars. That we don't I think it's like pouring it down rant hole. I mean, we've sent a Mars Rover to Mars to see what's there. What I'm talking about is. I'm not against space exploration per se. But when you're talking about well what we're talking about. Really is Elon Musk is talking about doing this privately sending some folks are big, you know, you've got Richard Branson's talking about doing something similar. With virgin airlines. And they would they would launch somebody fine. I have. No, I mean, that's private money. They do what they wanted. I just I think it's useless. I don't know where we get by going to Mars whether it's NASA paying for their musk, Richard Branson. I don't wanna send the point my my point on all this is that what seems to be the basis of this. Is some foolish notion that we are destroying the planet. And so it'll be uninhabitable. Within the next whatever. I mean, probably the same parameters they put on global warming yourself ten years, we won't be able to live here. Well, they say this all the time, and none of it's ever true. And what I'm wondering is how many times do they have to say this and be wrong before people can figure this out. So Al bore spotted owl himself, ladies and gentlemen. Is doing his he's bringing back the twenty four hour climate change telethon, it's featuring Moby in the goo goo dolls and a bunch of other folks who else is in here. Oh sting and shaggy stinging shaggy, I got all their records. Yeah. Who the heck sting shakes not these thing is it a thing testing may be teaming up with shaggy from Scooby doo be kinda hard to do those. Casey Kasem here. Jeff goldblum. And the Mildred snits our orchestra. All I been. Oh, I'm so I'm gonna have to watch that. I love. Oh. Mildred snits, sir orchestra. Lease not had a musical like a musical bull cave for the year. This chest though. Yes. With special celebrity appearances by Jaden Smith, Bill Nye, the idiot guy. Tia leoni. Yes. The actress. Yeah. Yeah. Claire Danes another actress and Cody Simpson Cody Simpson I had known as from the Simpsons, that's BART's younger brother talk about him. Cody. Our health depends beer. Our health depends on the health of the planet. Gore said in a statement, the climate crisis is not an abstract issue. It has direct impacts on us, and the people we love the most I am looking forward to exploring the climate and health connection on this year's twenty four hours broadcast and to discussing how we can take bold and ambitious action to ensure the future generations can live long healthy lives full of opportunity and promise. Can we get this fat SOB on that on that ship to Mars? Yeah. That's exactly well leaving. Well, say they didn't you know. It's a it's it's a weight restriction. They they couldn't. Yeah. Sorry. You can't go specials going to hear from L A starting Monday. December third at six PM will run for twenty four hours. Al Gore tweeted this. It's a fact fossil fuels are driving the climate crisis and threatening our health..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Not been approved by hotter. Government agency. AM seven sixteen KFI. Today and entertainment news, a movie that's doing very well one. That's really not and an actor who is making it big in music at five till here is David Daniel with the Hollywood minute. One thing. Not so much Robin Hood which had reported production budget of just under one hundred million dollars took in just fourteen point three million domestically in it's opening weekend. According to the rap that's the worst debut for any movie this year with a budget of ninety million or more. Now, that's a bomb. Ralph breaks the internet is flying high, but writer director rich Moore and Phil Johnston were wary of internet fads, hoping to create a snapshot of the web in two thousand eighteen and something timeless. It's I think a pretty accurate portrayal of the way the internet feels right now and cat videos were pretty safe forever. Journal. Yes. That's Jeff Goldblum tickling. The ivories the actor and longtime musician has released his first album with his Mildred snits her orchestra. And it's a chart topper. Billboard reports. The capitol studios sessions sold three thousand copies in its first week making it number one on the jazz albums and traditional jazz albums charts. Pretty smooth in Hollywood, I'm David Daniel. It's four till groundbreaking NASA aircraft landed on Mars yesterday, and as Jeanne Moos reports the red planet. Touchdown inspired a lot of touching back on earth. You think you're? It took inside almost.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was Herbie Hancock's cantaloupe island performed by Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Spitzer orchestra from the debut album, the capitol studio sessions suggest why was that the opener? Well, you know, Larry Klein saw art show. We were already doing things. Fifties. Sixties blue note stuff, but many other things he said for this record. I think maybe, and we all started to talk and John Mastro to who's wonderful who's been the band manager and kind of director, we all kind of talk, and he had a very Larry start to have a very clear idea about what songs we should kind of focus on. And then we record them. I don't think we had a a an order in mind. Maybe when we recorded those at night or two we did cantaloupe island early. But that all kind of find it's it's order and way until Larry started to mix the refuse songs that we recorded that are jettison from the album felonious monk. Thing or two and just because it just became clear and creatively obvious that that might have been something. Good to start that was his view. Anyway, everything he did. We heard it went. Yep. Yep. Really good, really good. The vibe is of alive club. Did you recreate a live club at the capitol studios. We did we went into studio. A and b for people who, you know, those are some of those places where Frank Sinatra the Beatles recorded, and we turned it into production designed it a little bit turned into a club. So it could recreate because all we've ever done is this live thing, which is now half. You know, fun, spontaneous hang out and jazz. Jam and yeah, that's what he wanted to do. And he said, we should get it. And have it really be? Spontaneous. And that's what we did. And people showed up, and you know, who showed up the second night Stevie Wonder. Oh, hey Stevie Wonder how how do you go play the piano and Stevie Wonder shells? He didn't stay. He was having his wife. We we came to know him a little bit my wife, and I went on this cruise this Paul Allen Kruse sometime ago, and he was the long with other very interesting people that I'll I'll tell you about he Stevie Wonder was the surprise guest performer, and we he was just totally thrilling I got to meet him for the first time having a door to my whole life talk about soundtrack I played for once in my life on a forty five over and over again when I was a kid and all of his songs anyway, met him. He was so sweet to me have you ever met him. I've never met Stevie Wonder oh my God in heaven. Cheese. I saw him play. Once I was in Los Angeles in the early mid seventies around the mid seventies. I saw Gil Scott Heron live at the Roxy on sunset strip. And Stevie Wonder was there and sat in on drums. For a song or two. Anyway, I met him, and he was very nice we've gone to a couple of birthday parties with for his daughter and been hearing there. Anyway, they were gonna case wife was gonna come and and they were having something or other, but he dropped in. And he said how how about that? That's great. Yeah. I know said it feels like you're doing the right thing music. God's telling you go Jeff fourth and play. Well. Just being on the planet as the same time. As him means. We're doing something right is somehow gracious event. We're speaking with Jeff Goldblum about his new jazz album, the capitol studio sessions, and the name of your band is the Mildred snits sir orchestra. She's a real person. Correct. She was yeah. She passed away a little bit ago. She lived to be one hundred and some of course, he did. Sister. She was a friend of the family's in Pittsburgh friend of my mom's used to come over. And was a kind of a ahead of her time lady, she would exercise get down on the floor and do a lot of things. Anyway. I had seen her since I left Pittsburgh. But when we started to play out and about and a few years after we started we we were asked to do the playboy jazz festival at Hollywood ball. And before then we'd purposely been kind of under the radar. Just you know, we just wanna play that's it. And they said, well, we got to put a name and a program, and I thought for a moment and said, well, I like that name Mildred Setzer orchestra's, we're not an orchestra of. That's a funny joke, and we called ourselves that. And it's gonna stuck with us. It's a great sounding name you like it. Well, you know, you kind of get a vibe Mildred sniffs. Are you kind of you know, you're going sort of back in time a little bit does because there's only people certain vintage name like Mildred and EDNA. Yeah. I love I love names EDNA. Breadcrumbs. Yes. It evokes a certain. Yeah. I think. Yeah. Mildred mildred. Mildred that Sarah. The whole enterprise has a very lounge feel to not allow but lounge like what's lush lousy is when you're sort of you know, the Tannen drunk guy with the with the bowtie Lucy's kind of a little bit leering. Whereas really I never heard that. Yeah. Allow Laos does that describe the the the mood or him the character? He's allow no it's an adjective is very loud. It's kind of a guys getting kind of lunch with you. I was across the room. But I think he was getting a little environment where it was what you Laotian fire. Yeah. I never heard that really using it correctly. I am right. L O U C H L O U C H O, LA LA Luz lounge. It's probably the lounge Lau. I know allows and lose what's lose. I think that's an Olympic sledding sport. That's sledding. That's the lose Lau. I think lounge, but it's lounge there's a certain likes lounging us about the found. And when I saw the artwork I was not surprised wearing a white dinner jacket. Oh, thank you. Very right. Did you did you think about? What you wanted to wear even if we didn't see it. Did you think about what you wanted to wear? Yes. Well, we filmed some of that when we when we recorded it. But I didn't wear that. When I was doing it. I wore you may say some of the footage here, and there I had some kind of Blackie tuxedo on with a black roughly shirt, maybe in a bow tie. But these days, I I like to think about what I'm gonna wear. I yeah. Yeah. And then we did that photo shoot from which that that. You know pictures taken. And I thought a lot about what I wanted to wear for the photo shoot. I like to get my picture taken these tests. Isn't that stupid? But I like to look at this like Carter, I'd jackets I've been looking my whole life for a quarter a jacket like this. I fought about a quarter a jacket. I've had ones I throw them away. This is set which find that sailor. Oh, oh, we're speaking with Jeff Goldblum about his debut jazz album the capitol studios. Sessions did your mom work in radio. Oh, yeah. The legend has it. Yes. But I think that was after we all the kids left the house. I wasn't around. And I she must have done a little bit of that. Yeah. The time before what? After my time before her timing women on radio before her time. Well, yes. Well, you know, you know, he was a, you know, she had latent and unexpressed potential in her. She was she had these four kids starting when she was nineteen or twenty. Wow. Yes. And she had a prodigious life force and a. You know, and a wit and verve that you know, could have been expressed in all sorts of ways at another time. And I think about that and the power of that and her power. Interests me greatly. It's interesting when we think about our parents as humans, not parents. Yes. Well, especially now that I've got kids, you know, it certainly transforms your, you know, your idea of them, you know. But isn't that something? No, she was interested. She was speaking of sewing machines. She would make things all the time. You know, there are crafty domestic crafty things, but she was always brimming with something she was tell you. She wanted to be well, she was in a play the legislators in western for came from Weirton, West Virginia. And and she was in a school play the story goes and she played an old woman. And there was a scout. Who that could have been what kind of person from New York City who came sarin the play said to her mother after we must. She must go to New York. She must be an actress her mother said absolutely not no, no way. And that was the end of that. But she had her dad had made her some steps with her name on the Shirley, Jane tomatoes was their last name. But Shirley, Jane steps and she do her tap dancing up and down the steps. I'm sure like a million other women, but I think she you know, she had a lot of things. So maybe after we left the house. Yes, I think she wanted to go best. She did go back to school. She became also legend has no real experience. When I I wasn't around. She became a sex therapist. Yep. Yep. And then she did something on radio. She talked on on the radio. Yep. How about that? And she taught me how to fight and defend myself. She came I was having trouble at school was up kid with David Schwartz. He was kind of giving me a rough time or something she said jet Jeffrey, sometimes she'd call me, Jeffrey, you've gotta you gotta here's what to do. I have a punch idea for you. You have to go David David put up your hands like this like you're just kind of to do nothing. And they'll be ready that way, they'll be poised. And then when he least expect you got to get get him get him when he doesn't expect it, and I said, well, okay. So she said practice, we practiced a little bit of martial training. And nice said, well, there's a problem though. Is he going to be at school this? Yeah. I said this is probably is always with this other kid kind of tough kid, berry Reese, and they're together. She said don't worry about very Reese, I'm gonna drive you there, and I'll take care of very Reese. Sushi drives the she drives me over there. And I said there she says that them. Yeah. That's them. She says, okay. Let's go. I go out of iside. I say David she gets out very starts to follow. She comes out. She goes berry berry Kamerhe she holds berry, and I go, and I do that punch that she taught me I said David Cameron. I there was up against the school door said career wacko. I gave him one right in shops and his his teeth God, bloody. And I listened his teeth. I like that you and your mom we're going to rumble. How about that story? I don't know. I don't know if that puts me in a in a horrible. Your mom sound wonder. She was great just a tremendous person and somebody who had a rich life as a mother and a family member and had her own rich life, so Sarah silverman's on this record. Yes. How does she get involved? All she's great. I've known her, you know, when I hosted Saturday Night Live. She was there as a writer in the mid nineties. We've been in touch with each other you'd ever since she was pals with Garry shandling as was I. Let's see. And then we did a couple of things together show or two and then she does a special show at Largo. And she asked me, I think one time to be part of that show. And I said, hey, I do this song that I learned for a charity event with somebody else that's taken from that. Sammy Davis Frank Sinatra version of me, and my shadow that they did together that's recorded. Let's learn I know the one part if you learned this other part, maybe we could do that. She learned it. If you go on YouTube now, you could find us at her apartment rehearsing it for the first time before that occasion. And we learned it then. And then when Larry Klein, and I when we were talking about who could be guest singers like we have at Rockwell sometimes. So I think we should do that on the album to I said how about Sarah Silverman. Yes..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was Herbie Hancock's cantaloupe island performed by Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred Spitzer orchestra from the debut album the capitol studios sessions suggest why was that the opener? Well, you know, Larry Klein saw art show. We were already doing things. Fifties. Sixties blue note stuff, but many other things he said for this record. I think maybe and we all started to talk and John Mastro to who's wonderful. It's been the band manager and kind of director, we all kind of talk, and he had an Larry start to have a very clear idea about what songs we should kind of focus on. And then we record them. I don't think we had a a an order in mind. Maybe when we recorded those at night or two we did cantaloupe island early, but I didn't kind of find it's it's order and way until Larry started to mix at the refuse songs that we recorded that are jettison from the album felonious, mum. Thing or two and just because it just became clear and creatively obvious that that might have been something. Good to start that was his view. Anyway, everything he did. We heard it went. Yep. Yep. Really good, really good. The vibe is of alive club. Did you recreate a live club at the capitol studios. We did we went into studio. A and b for people who know those are some of those places where Frank Sinatra the Beatles recorded, and we turned it into you know, production designed it a little bit turned into a club. So it could recreate because all we've ever done is this live thing, which is now a half. Fun, spontaneous hang out and jazz. Jam and yeah, that's what he wanted to do. And he said, we should get it. And have it really be? Spontaneous. And that's what we did. And people showed up, and you know, who showed up the second night Stevie Wonder. Oh, hey Stevie Wonder how how do you go play the piano and Stevie Wonder shells? He didn't stay. He was having his wife. We we came to know him a little bit my wife, and I went on this cruise this Paul Allen Kruse sometime ago, and he was the along with other very interesting people, and I'll show her I'll tell you about a Stevie Wonder was the surprise guest performer, and we he was just totally thrilling I got to meet him for the first time having a door to my whole life talk about soundtrack I played for once in my life on a forty five over and over again when I was a kid and all of a sudden things anyway met him he was so sweet to me if you ever met him, I've never met anyone God in heaven cheese. I saw him play. Once I was in Los Angeles in the early mid seventies around the mid seventies. I saw Gil Scott Heron live at the Roxy on sunset strip. And Stevie Wonder was there and sat in on drums for a song or two. Anyway, I met him, and he was very nice we've gone to a couple of birthday parties with for his daughter and been hearing there. Anyway, they were gonna case wife was gonna come and and they were having something or other, but he dropped in. And he said how how about that? That's great. Yeah. I know said it feels like you're doing the right thing was the music. God's telling you go Jeff go forth and play. Well. Just being on the planet is the same time. As him means. We're doing something, right? Is somehow gracious so vent. We're speaking with Jeff Goldblum about his new jazz album, the capitol studio sessions, and the name of your band is the Mildred snits sir orchestra. She's a real person. Correct. Does. She was. Yeah. She passed away a little bit ago. She lived to be one hundred and some of course, he did. She says she was a friend of the family's in Pittsburgh friend of my mom's used to come over. And was a kind of a ahead of her time, ladies, you'd would exercise get down on the floor and do a lot of things. Anyway. I hadn't seen her since I left Pittsburgh. But when we started to play out in about a few years after we started we we were asked to do the playboy jazz festival at Hollywood ball. And before then we'd purposely been kind of under the radar just we just wanna play at said. And they said what are we gonna put a name and a program, and I thought for a moment and said, well, I like that name Mildred stetzer and orchestras we're not an orchestra. That's a funny kind of joke. And we called ourselves that. Let's sick stuck with us. It's a great sounding name you like it. Well, you know, you kind of get a vibe Mildred snits there. You kind of you know, you're going sort of back in time a little bit because there's only people of a certain vintage named like Mildred EDNA. Yeah. I love I love names EDNA. I'm dropping breadcrumbs. Yes. Mel that. It evokes a certain. Yeah. I think. Yeah. Mildred mildred. Mildred that Sarah. The whole enterprise has a very lounge feel to it does not allow but lounge like what's lush Lage's when you're sort of, you know, the ten a drunk guy with with the bowtie Lucy's kind of a little bit leering. Whereas really I never heard that. Yeah. Lot allow Loesch does that describe the the mood or him the character? He's allow no it's an adjective is very loud. It's kinda right guys getting allow with you was that guy. I was across the room. But I think he was getting a little bit allow should virement whereas Laotian fire. Yeah. I never heard that really using correctly. I am right. L O U C H L, all you c h LA LA LA Luz lounge. It's probably the lounge. Lao? Laos? I know allows and luge what's luge. I think that's an Olympic sledding sport. Oh, that's sledding. That's the luge sh. I think lounge, but it's lounge there's a certain likes lounging us about the sound. And when I saw the artwork I was not surprised wearing a white dinner jacket. Oh felt very right. Did you did you think about? What you wanted to wear even if we didn't see it. Did you think about what you wanted to wear? Yes. Well, we filmed some of that when we when we recorded it. But I didn't wear that. When I was doing it. I wore you may say some of the footage here in there. I had some kind of Blackie tuxedo on the black roughly shirt, maybe in a bow tie. But these days, I I like to think about what I'm gonna wear. Yeah. Yeah. And then we did that photo shoot from which that that. You know that pictures taken. And I thought a lot about what I wanted to wear for the photo shoot. I like to get my picture taken these days. Isn't that stupid? But I like to look at this like this quarter. I I've been looking my whole life for a quarter a jacket like this. I thought about a quarter of jagged I've had ones. I throw them away. This is set which find that. Oh, we're seeing with Jeff Goldblum about his debut jazz album the capitol studios. Sessions did your mom work in radio. Oh, yeah. The the legend has it. Yes. But I think that was after we all the kids left the house. I wasn't around. And I she must have done a little bit of that. Yeah. The four-time before what? After my time L before her timing women on radio before her time. Well, yes. Well, you know. You know, she was a, you know, she had latent and unexpressed potential in her. She was she had these four kids starting when she was nineteen or twenty. Wow. Yes. And she had a prodigious life force and a. You know and a wit and verve that could have been expressed in all sorts of ways at another time. And I think about that and the power of that and her power. Interests me greatly. It's interesting when we think about our parents as humans, not parents. Yes. Well, especially now that I've got kids, you know. It's certainly transforms your purse. You know, your idea of them, you know, but isn't that something? No, she was interested. She was speaking of sewing machines. She would make things all the time. You know, there were crafty domestic crafty things, but she was always brimming with something. She was I'll tell you. She wanted to be well, she was in a play the lead. She was in western for came from Weirton, West Virginia. And and she was in a school play the story goes and she played an old woman. And there was a scout. Who that could have been what kind of the from New York City who came sorry, the play said to her mother after we must. She must go to New York. She must be an actress her mother said absolutely not no, no way. And that was the end of that. But she had her dad had made her some steps with her name on the Shirley Jane was their last name. But Shirley, Jane steps and she do her tap dancing up and down the steps. I'm sure like a million other women, but I think she you know, she had a lot of six. So maybe after we left the house. Yes, I think she wanted to go, but she did go back to school. She became also the legend has it. I have no real experience. When I I wasn't around she became a sex therapist. Yup. Yup. And then she did something on radio. She talked on on the radio. Yeah. How about that? And she taught me how to fight and defend myself. She came I was having trouble at school was up kid with David Schwartz. He was kind of giving me a rough time or something she said jet Jeffrey, sometimes she'd call me, Jeffrey, you've gotta you gotta here's what to do. I have a punch idea for you. You have to go David David put up your hands like this like you're just kinda of do nothing. And they'll be ready that way, they'll be poised. And then when he least expect you got to get get him get him when he doesn't expect it, and I said, well, okay. So she said practice, we practiced a little bit so martial training. And and I said, well, there's a problem. Oh is he going to be at school this? Yeah. I said this is probably always with this other kid kind of tough kid, Barry Reese, and they're together. She said don't worry about very Reese, I'm gonna drive you there. And I'll take care very Reese, she drives me over there. And she says that them. Yeah. Yeah. That's them. She says, okay, let's go go out of iside. I say David she gets out very starts to follow. She comes out. She goes berry berry chimera she holds Barry. And I go, and I do that punch that she taught me I said David Cameron. There was up against the school door. I said chimera wacko. I gave him one right in the chops his his teeth. God, bloody and I- loosened his teeth. I like that you and your mom we're going to rumble. How about that story? I don't know. I don't know if that puts me in a horrible. Makes your mom sound wonder if she was great was just a tremendous person and somebody who had a rich life as a mother and a family member and then had her own rich life, so Sarah silverman's on this record. Yes. How does she get involved? All she's great. I've known her, you know, when I hosted Saturday Night Live. She was there as a writer in the in the mid nineties we've been in touch with each other ever since she was pals with Garry shandling as was I. Let's see. And then we did a couple of things together show or two and then she does a special show at Largo. And she asked me, I think one time to be part of that show. And I said, hey, I do this song that I learned for a charity event with somebody else that's taken from that. Sammy Davis Frank Sinatra version of me, and my shadow that they did together that's recorded. Let's learn I know the one part if you learn the Saudi apartment we could do that. She learned it if you go on YouTube now, you could find us at her apartment rehearsing it for the first time before that occasion. And we learned it then. And then when Larry Klein, and I when we were talking about who could be guest singers like we have at Rockwell, sometimes it, so I think we should do that on the I said how about Sarah Silverman. Yes. I love her capture that not only musicality, but fun to maybe the two of you could you know? Converse in a way that might be cute and besides sing. And we all got together at my house, the three of us, and in my back guesthouse where I have a little keyboard there now, and we ran through it a couple of times, we altered the novelty lyrics that akara couple of times that I had an idea to about and the next week. We did it that was it. What track on the record NAS your favorite? But as the one you like to listen to the most, well, it's just come out. So I I haven't really been listening to listen to you know, I mean, which one's the most fun to perform how about that. Oh, yeah. 'cause we because I play it every day now because what we're gonna do on the road is stuff from I keep investigating that. Because really several of those songs were new to me. And at the time, you'll see if you see any footage of us playing. I'm reading reading it off a chart of elite sheet, you know, an improvising from that, I know them now because I've played them every day and have investigated the more deep. That's what you gotta do. You gotta keep playing them and seeing more things more possibilities. You know? And let's see what do I like to play every day. And then we play them out in about. Oh, the smart thing we were playing as Charles Mingas song style John Times Square. I like, oh, I do like this is a song. I'd never played before this album that Larry introduced me to Marvin Gaye song that don't mess with mister t it's called. And I had heard it. I I'd known that soundtrack from trouble, man. I do believe where it appears. I, you know, don't mess with Missy very sexy. Slow kind of grind de kinda. I kinda love playing that these days. Yeah. I like playing a bunch of this thing that till Bronner does I can't wait to see him again in Europe because he plays. This gorgeous, trumpet, melody on it never entered my mind to an accompaniment that I do and have now gotten a little better out that I love when I like the way we did it on the album too. She that's a nice song. And if you know the lyrics to that, do, you know the lyrics? We don't sing it. He plays it. But I sing it to myself when I practice it. And and I think about it now with while he plays it. I'll bet. Oh, it's you know, you know, once I laughed when I heard you saying that I'd be playing solitaire uneasy in my easy chair. It never entered my mind..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I'm so my initial goats he would have been Hlavac chilly. Other thing. I'm stuck on. I can't stop thinking about is all gonna be Winky. A so her in Sweeney toads onstage to flipping amazing as miss know the person. The person with the pies lady Singye lady. I know her name, I've just business or something, isn't it? Love is MRs Lovett. As MRs Lewis meat pies. And she was amazing in that. And now, I'm blanking on everything else. Because thinking about MRs Lewis meat pies. That was an amazing. So they they said it was going to be sort of concert performance of the musical Sweeney told rather than a staged musical. And so basically everybody comes out on stage dressed in their finery carrying a songbook and sort of March is up two lecterns for they're selling books. And then during the course of the first song, they essentially tear tear, the stage apart tear each other's clothes apart and do the rest of the of the show in rags and with bits and pieces that they produce from around the set. It's amazing. It was still a book performance. Yeah. A few a few clouds on. Okay. Yeah. Wasn't indecent. Right. It was like hair. Loads of butts. Nobody wants that. Now, duly. She's so good in saving, Mr. banks a phone, which absolutely no expectations and her performance and Tom Hanks's performance she plays. Pale travers. The creator of Mary Poppins who is desperate. Disney. Not make kind of Mary Poppins film because she thinks going to ruin it. And Tom Hanks is the trauma ING Disney who kind of suedes her to let them make the film. And it's I mean, apparently, the it's not the closest to the truth of what actually happened in my situation. But she is amazingly kind of grouchy as pale Travis she puts in a really really enjoy ably kind of kind of grouchy performance. But she's you understand where she's coming home. And it's all about this off pain in her own life, Mehta create Mary Poppins, and how protective that is really complex and layered performance. The makes you laugh alot think she's amazing in that film. Yeah. We haven't even mentioned remains at the day. But we should mention remains of the day. Powered was it. Oh, yeah. Good point. Yeah. Yep. Are kind of double Bill of the stately home. Romance is in a way, we'll I'm going to suggest two things one of you can find the episode of cheers in which she coast aren't guests start. Check it out. She's brilliant. She plays ninety g children's entertainer. Very very very very height of refined. Because it was in the mid nineties around that whole remains the day that again much ado about nothing period where she was Harland Harland hot. And and Hollywood like she's amazing put her in everything on they did though she ended up in jeers or cheers rather. And that was Was the. the successful spinoff really mean spirits? Nobody knows your name. And they tell you suck. Anyway. And the guy comes in every day. And it's it's below norm. Anyway, improv guys go with it. No, go with the improv go gore. Thanks you. And the other thing I'm gonna recommend is the toll guy. We're going to say the total guy a seen some tool guys. By the tool guy. You haven't seen the toll Togo weird because the guy turns thirty years next year to year old toll guy, it's a thirty year old toll guy if you don't know what the toll guy is. It's a romantic comedy too came out in nineteen eighty nine. It was directed by Mel Smith. It was his first film, you know, of Smith and Jones fame ridden ridge Curtis. It is my memory of it is it is hilarious. It is about an American actor tall guy of the title played by Jeff Goldblum at his Jeff Goldblum east. I mean, he's he's a fold since then he's seen the scene. His advert for the is his new his new album, he's going out and coming out with his band, Mildred snits orchestra. He's he's jazz pianist in in LA, so there's a jazz club in LA that if you go there most times when Jeff Goldblum is in town, he will play every Wednesday at this place with his orchestra. That the militants Netzer orchestra. And now he has an album coming out, and there's a TV ad where he just he's beyond me goes. I'm used to be Jeff Goldblum the actor..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on KCRW

"Down. Yeah. And it's just not any piano player. That is Jeff Goldblum Hollywood actor by day. Maybe you know, Jurassic Park and independence day but jazz pianist by night we met in a studio that has had some pretty iconic musicians pass through. This is a lovely piano to play on. I mean, I'm no connoisseur. But I do have my likes and and to do that. And to hear listen that those little bells up there. Is very this is a Steinway. And I'll bet everybody's played on this. You know, these guys in the booth would tell us whose fingers were. Who? Nat king. Cole played this piano. This is mine now, can you imagine NAT king Cole? It's mine. Maybe before I leave I should sign it. No. Mounts? Now, it's mine. Now what Jeff Goldblum does own is Wednesday nights in LA when he's not busy on a movie set hold these casual performances at a club entertaining playing just being well, Jeff Goldblum, he's accompanied by what he calls the Mildred snits or orchestra and their new album is the capital studio sessions they recorded it here. This is you know, this is the scene of the crime. This is Studio B and the Beatles. The Rolling Stones and Frank Sinatra. I think they were right here where we stand and we put the stage so-called was over there. And there was a little food buffet over there, and we recorded here recreated a club. Yeah. There was was perfect. You heard the album, I did know Kennedy. I loved it. Sara. Jazzy? Okay. So list of people I didn't realize do jazz one Jeff Goldblum.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sarah Silverman singing me and my shadow you'll find that on the debut album from Jeff Goldblum in the Mildred snits orchestra the capitol studio sessions. It reminded me of I think it was the second or third, Tom. Tom waits records where it was recorded in a studio, but you brought an audience into the studio why was it important for you to have a crowd around? Yeah. You know, somebody told me that yesterday, I turned me onto it. And I looked it up. I'd never heard before Nighthawks at the diner is that the name of boy, I love him and love I loved that record. And I thought. Yeah, this this maybe it's a little like ours. Well, it was all Larry Klein's idea, the producer. But we only played live really are banned our ever evolving band over the few decades. And and then of course, he also brought until bronner's. Speaking of guest artists on the trumpet, and our Joe bag on the organ joined us in our regulars Kenny Elliot on drums, and Alex Frank on bass and James king on saxophone and John story. But he he said, gee, he came in and heard are stuff that we do at this place called Rockwell by the. If you're ever or any of your listeners, come to Los Angeles. We play a weekly gig here on Wednesdays on doing tonight, in fact at Rockwell in Los feelers, and he heard it, and he said, gee, I love what you guys are doing jazz wise, it's sort of it's not cabaret. It's kind of there's some substance to it. I mean, the guys who are I play with terrific. And then you're playing, you know, Charles Manson's loneliest monk, and and which I really like, but but people come and they're having a good time. You make it accessible, and it's fun in a way that reminds me of other things and some many things of yesteryear that were social and and really intoxicating and fun. And let's let's do that. He says I want a recorded at the capital records building because I think that's a very fine and wonderful place anyway and a good place to get a good sound and will fill studio. A and b as we figured it out with the tables and make it like a club like you're doing here, and like you've been doing, and that's what we did. And so what you're. I heard there was kind of a spontaneous. It's all spontaneous. When we do it tonight. And these Wednesdays, it's I don't know what we're gonna I don't even know the set lists and they play and I kind of play along, and then I talk to the audience not really even an audience. We just kinda hang out together and play games together. And then share this music. And oftentimes we introduce some of this music to them because they're they've come for one reason or another, but it's we have a grand old time in any way. Larry climb said we should make the album try to catch that spirit and the album, I think going back to the two roads diverged sometimes I feel like in the in the history of jazz method. I'm any kind of expert in the history of jazz. But it feels like you can go two ways. There was degrade Showband tradition and people getting up and putting on a show for the audience. There is also I would say like, you know, the more more academic sitting down at the piano quietly everyone's staring at the floor focusing on their instruments. I do I do find something even though I don't want in any way imply that you're not all hotshot players. There is something sort of refreshing about hearing that show showmanship. Side of things have you imagine that must be good for you too. I do like it. I I guess I like the balance which which maybe we've hit between certainly these other guys have devoted their lives to playing and and are masterful at it. And and not so much. I mean, I always tried to make my acting a little. Being being private while in public. But I know what that means. Well, you know acting teachers will tell you have to achieve a state of aloneness solitude as if you're having the scene with this other person. That's not really meant for it being witnessed, and so the then the accidental audience when added feels like an eavesdropping is taking place. That's something. Like that. Is that what they phrases Wade being being a public solitude public solitude something like that? Anyway, when I play I don't know. I I, you know, I don't get out every night of the week. And I just enjoy it came out of my enjoyment or nothing intentional. Really? It just came out of my enjoyment. When I go out, and I like to see who's there, and I get to talking to them, and I like to share this music with and sort of make sure that everything we're doing or that I'm doing kind of is in communication with the other musicians. But it also is shared with them. That's just what's naturally fun for me. So maybe there's a nice balance. We we get a kick out of it. Jeff, I'm happy you brought it back name because it has been twenty five years since drastic park, by the way. Congratulations. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. Yeah. What is it? Like the twenty five years later to see that film. You made you know, way back then before the war still has such importance to so many people before the war. Well, it's so sweet. I mean like, I really didn't want to be an actor. And I'm lucky that I've stayed. Let's active for all this time. And now, I feel like I'm on the humble student, and my great teachers, sandy Meisner said it takes twenty years of continual work before you even can call yourself, an actor, and then a lifetime if you're lucky of of progress, and I feel like I'm on the brink of my best stuff, and it's nice that I've been that. I've worked with great people and interesting people and creatively stimulating and educational people. And that it has somehow like when we were talking about with music reaches people, and they get some replacer out of it. And and it's sweet when they come up to me, and hey, they put that statue of me in London to commemorate the twenty fifth anniversary. Did you see about that shirtless in Malcolm shirtless? Jeff Goldblum after a dinosaur attack a statue made of you. How do you feel about that fantastic? Wonderful you've really embraced interacting with your friends online. Like you've embraced the. Memes about yourself. There's there's something about that. Well, it's taken me by surprise. I only got involved with social media a little bit ago, and I and I post on Instagram, but then I at the gig. I take pictures with people. And and then I see what they've if they've posted it the next day, but I like to see people's tattoos of million drawings of me, and I just get a kind of a kick out of it. You know, for one reason or another it's people are very very sweet actually before we go. I want to close off with a something that occurred to me while I was listening to it. And maybe I'm making too much of a leap here. But I feel like jazz from the music that I've made jazz is best made in close collaboration with those you trust like you create the right environment. And you're able to be spontaneous and creative and trust the people. You're you're being spontaneous. With are the parallels with good acting there as well. Yes. And of course, of course, you have to trust those people. But you know, I think the healthier you are could the more quickly you're able to trust and people if you sort of extend your trust, then their trustworthiness comes into play a little better. Sometimes I find I like a room full of people. I've never met before. And somehow, I don't know why at this point. I kind of fall into an immediate kind of intimacy. I don't know why. I mean, if you're playing music or boy, all sorts of barriers and paranoia, and insecurities and self conscious. Mrs drop away don't they and in the acting field to if you're playing a story, and and and acting out something poetic and meaningful. Well, then. Yeah, you know, oftentimes, I find like in the circus. I kind of you find yourself with people you've never met before. And sometimes you have to act out a love scene with them or some sort of, you know, it's interesting human challenging problem solving requiring intimacy and and full freewheeling interaction somehow, but you don't even know the people, but because you're working on this story that you extensively both care about everything gets opened up and with music too. That's a good answer. Isn't it? It's a solid answer. Jeff goldblum. It's been nice talking to you as nice talking to you mister power. It's lovely. I'll see you in person sometime. I hope we'll have you come to Toronto. You should come up and hang out. Well, I will. I love Toronto. I made the fly there. My wife is from Toronto I go and visit the there and her mom all the time. And I love all things. Canadian fantastic. Jeff what a joy wasn't talk to you. You're so sweet. Thanks, tom. Famous called caravan as originally performed by Duke Ellington, I think in nineteen thirty six and then one of my favorites. It was a first recorded by a group called Barney regard and his jazz Peters. But there it's performed by Jeff Goldblum and his group of caravan his debut album. Jeff Goldblum's comes out on November ninth. It's called the capitol studios. I'm Tom power is back right after..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's a lion again performance. He's the pianist that you heard right there. He's a big peanut. And that of course is a Riffa a take on Herbie Hancock's, cantaloupe island and Herbie who I'm sorry. Herbie hancock. Isn't there? Peanuts to is. Isn't there a very tall building named after him in? There was they renamed it. Okay. I'm in Chicago. Thanks anyway. Jeff Goldblum Jesse. No the capitol studios sessions. You're listening penis jokes aside. I did not realize that he was a musician. I also have never heard the term Canelo violent. I just loved the. I'd like I'd like that name, but he apparently has a ban the Mildred snits are orchestras. You said that but. It sounded great. Have a little Mel Torme come in there and do a little they do a, you know, they do perform at jazz clubs in L A. And so if you are, you know, if you wanna see what Jeff Goldblum is up to and check out. I mean, I probably. That he's doing stuff, right? Yes. Oh, excuse me. Why don't you play a fart noise? Holly. Here's door. All right. The third thing we think you need to hear today to be in the know on the Colleen and Bradley show is. Mark Wahlberg was a guest on Ellen Degeneres this week and musician too. Oh, he's a car salesman. He bought that's hard dealership and in..

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"mildred snits" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Audience family will not be there to celebrate in his joy but to me the fact that we could have the story is just such a wonderful heartwarming thing it's the state of israel does it recognize that no no but it also wouldn't recognize reform wedding it would recognize no wedding orchestrated outside of the rabbit which used to be run by his grandfather right seven i will watch those yeah yeah it's called the crown joseph was also really well dressed what he was dropped his car with a gold gold and the shades it was queen yeah if this was my wedding i would kind of addressed like that you had a wet get didn't dress like that leo so i call bs on that one sephardic rabbi is exactly the kind of outfit you wanna brooke seventy what do you got for news the jews this week everybody's favorite to actor jeff goldblum yup got a record deal this up and coming actor is expanding you know like you may have heard of him he's gonna ride drastic park he has it'd be down down record album he also he has like a band called the mildred snits orchestra it's named after one of his mother's friends stetzer and i hope maybe listening to my band is called the quantum martinez orchestra maybe you will get a jazz record deal with joan roach court records and just it just shows that like you know you could be a sixty five year old man in hollywood and they're still options available to you there's still to climb all right in the final news the jews before we get to ruby named dr i just want to say there's a.

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"mildred snits" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mildred snits" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"I believe this is going to go on from administration to administration this comes from ken starr and this is the lesson we learn whoever runs for president is going to be now subject to nonstop investigations whether you think that they're justified or not so what about these pardons let me share with you these folks and you decide if you think they should have been pardoned or not and if you think it's purely political i mean the think he he might have pardon jack johnson just to provide some sort of racial cover i imagine that's going to be a theme this week we'll talk about that when posting on last jeff goldblum is best known for his acting roles in jurassic park and independence day but his latest role will be a musician decca records an imprint of universal has signed goldblum to a contract to put out jazz music mogul bloom was aghast under british tv talk show last year and caught the eye of record executives when he played piano accompanying jazz great gregory porter go blue made a similar appearance on jimmy fallon show a few years ago when he collaborated with rapper biz markie i took a couple of flicks and she was accused i got everybody knows but goldblum actually plays around hollywood and new york city with his band the mildred snits orchestra and he hosts a weekly jazz variety show in los angeles when he's not choosing movies the debut album is expected for release later this year for last fm trends peter agua delaware's new senator your source for news traffic watch accuweather local talk one zero one seven fm eleven fifty am w.

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Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

Donna and Marley

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Goldblum Is Making a Jazz Album

"Disclaimer you say more right jeff goldblum will release his debut album later this year it's going to be a collection of jazz recordings gobin learned classical piano as a child before switching to jazz and played in cocktail lounges in pittsburgh from the age of fifteen he has played ever since and regularly performs jazz standards with his band the mildred snits or orchestra named for a family friend though he has never before recorded his work for release is signed with decca whose executives accorded him after seeing him play on the graham norton show wow that's kinda cool i like jeff goldblum i want to see what else he can do mark on tv tonight we have the fourth season premiere of the breakable kimmy.

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