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"ralph carney" Discussed on Song Exploder
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"ralph carney" Discussed on Song Exploder
"Is. That was just really like one of those lucky breaks, you know, wasn't like, hey, man. These people want us to do this theme for a cartoon about a worse. You know, then it'd be like, right, what should I? What Sachs should I play? That sounds like a horse would have thought about too much, you know, probably would've sucked. You're thinking too hard. So that's it's the best world when something you've done just they like it. Yeah. The main title sequence for beau Jack horsemen where the song appears in each episode is about fifty five seconds long. The music is edited to fit the length, but the original version that they made is actually about four and a half minutes long with sections that are never heard on the show. So now here's the beau Jack horsemen theme by Patrick Carney featuring Ralph Carney in its entirety. And. Visit
"ralph carney" Discussed on Song Exploder
"On. CV's controlled voltage. So it's basically it's a primitive way of controlling a synthesizer externally with a different like electrons source. The Jupiter four's cool keyboard has like old. We are presets. The whole sound of that is from glitches out the clock. It moves in that way because I have so much volume. I think going into the CVS push from the protocols track that it's just totally clutching. And the next thing I added to it was the drums. So the way I do drums typically is I record like a very simple be like kick snare hat. When you hear the beginning of the Solomon, the drums I come into, that's just a loop of just that very simple beat. And then the next thing I did after that was I recorded a whole drum tak- fills on top of it. Thing that was distorted, rhythm. Guitar kind of call response thing that I recorded in mono and then took the pan pot and went left to right. I love to collaborate on music. I preferred. I hate working by myself. The fact that I had even bothered to structure something. They get a rough mix together. You know it was all because I knew it was going to send it to rough. First of all, when I got it from Patrick man, this is your really coming up with some cool stuff. So the I would I do. I put it on and I look around my room go. There's a tenor sax right there. And then there is a couple of rhythmic things that, like I said, oh, that's kind of a cool little riff. There's that one bought out. About. I basically would find something that seemed like a riff and then double or triple. And I sort of like beefed up some of the parts lake. They were written out horns parts. You know. And then I added based bone and baritone sax. So there's a lot of low horn stuff, and that kinda gives it that bite. At the very end of played baritone. Sax really cool. How Patrick had this is located that is like a solo from it. In town. Kelly, the Simpsons Lisa, Simpson, berry sacks. The thing about this. I mean, the saxophone in rock and roll has such a bad rap. But I mean, it is like it can supplement him voice. I think so. Well, it is why it's such an important instrument when it comes to jazz and stuff like that. I mean, Ralph has such good instincts. Everything he plays is interesting. You know a couple of days later I got, you know, an Email with the files back from him, and I knew instantly after playing back it was going to work. I just I went through and kind of edited stuff and mix it down in like three months later. I got a Email from one of the producers of VO, Jack, a guy named Noel bright, and I didn't know it is asks, I'm no bright, and I'm one of the executive producers on the show. Every part, of course had been sort of will, what's our dream and the casting process. It was what's our dream for VO, Jack, we'll are Arnett and we got our not. And then who's our dream for Todd, Aaron, Paul, we got Aaron Paul, and we started realize that we have something special and we started making the show and working on the main title. It felt like, okay, what are we gonna do be very special. It's going to be very emblematic of show and it felt like, well, it's worked all along from this point. Let's go for what would be our dream. And for me personally, I've always been a black, he's fan and because we're on Netflix, we had a lot of flexibility to do something really different. So reaching out to work with one of your favorite artists was kind of no brainer. Let's take a shot. This is shown that's not a typical animated comedy. There's a funny show, but it's thoughtful and it has a dark side to it. When we heard the original track, we knew immediately that worked just captured the tone. So well, when you hear the saxophone and you hear the dreamlike quality of the piece, I think it it was something that immediately we weren't looking for, but we knew it was right when we heard it, we showed it's a team at Netflix and said, we think we have our main title, the very special, and we think there's gonna brand the show and identify right out of the bat. Like tell the fans tell people, this is what the show is.
"ralph carney" Discussed on Song Exploder
"You're listening to song explorer where musicians take apart their songs and piece by piece. Tell the story of how they were made. My name is Rashid cash here way. Song exploded is supported by progressive saving is the name of the game. And with progresses name your price tool, you're in the driver's seat when it comes to car insurance, tell them how much you want to pay and they'll find options within your budget. Choose your coverage and start an online quote today at progressive dot com. Song exploded is sponsored by nets lakes, presenting the new documentary. Quincy Quincy is an intimate look into life of icon. Quincy Jones directed by his daughter, Rashida Jones and Alan Hicks. It comes out on September twenty first Quincy Jones's legend with over twenty seven Grammys under his belt and over twenty nine hundred songs to his name. He mentored and cultivated the careers of young talents like Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey, and Will Smith Quincy's a story about music, but also race and history and American culture Quincy's available on September twenty first on Netflix. Last week net flix released the fifth season of Bojan horsemen in the opening credits of the first episode of season five as the theme. Song plays does a shot of beau Jack in the foreground. And in the background on TV, there's a drawing of a man with a saxophone and the dates nineteen fifty six to twenty seventeen and a memorial tribute. The man in the drawing is Ralph Carney, who co wrote the theme song along with his nephew, Patrick Carney of the black keys. I spoke with both of them in two thousand sixteen for the song exploded episode about the making of the theme song, but in December of two thousand seventeen RAV Carney passed away. Suddenly, here's Patrick. Losing Ralph's been really hard for me who's one my biggest inspirations when it came to music. He always encouraged me ever since I was a teenager. I know that he would be happy to know that people are interested in this song and encourage you to look deeper into Ralph's catalog, including the songs that he made with Tom waits on records like rain dogs, Milbury. Along with some of the stuff he did with David Hilbert and tin Huey and the b. fifty twos, but it's been a rough year. So far losing your mentor is terrible thing and losing your uncle's terrible thing. But it is really cool that we have the song they made together that has been exposed to a lot more people because it's the themes onto a great show. Then as if we would have just put it out like as a seven inch. So every time I hear it makes me happy to know that millions of people get the hear Ralph playing his horn with a new season of beau Jack out. Now I wanted to revisit their episode and here Patrick and Ralph talking together again about how they made the theme here. It is. Jack horsemen is a Netflix original series, an animated comedy about washed up. Ninety sitcom star who's trying to figure out his life and career without drowning and self loathing an existential despair. It won the two thousand sixteen critics choice award for best animated series. The theme song for the show was created by Patrick Carney who's one half of the black keys and his uncle Ralph Carney, a multi instrumentalist who has worked with artists like Tom waits Saint Vincent galaxy five hundred and a lot more, but the track wasn't written for the show. Originally, it was just something that Patrick and Ralph made without knowing what it was for this episode. The two of them breakdown how the song was created and how it went from there. Long distance collaboration to become the main title theme. I'm Patrick Carney. The drummer for the black. He's in, I produced and co wrote the theme song to bow Jack horsemen with my uncle, Ralph. This is Ralph Carney, be okel, Patrick Carney. They played some instruments on that. Beau Jack seem we've been sending stuff back and forth to each other. Since I was a teenager used to send cassettes back when you really sixteen or something. Those are hilarious. I got some good ones. I got into music because of Ralph. The first time I think I ever saw Ralph perform my dad. I don't remember if he woke us up or if he hates it, but it was Ralph playing with Tom waits on Letterman and probably like eighty seven. It was idiot, but that's okay. Ralph was more influence than someone I learned to play music with. I came back in two thousand eight and specifically to record some stuff with you. And we, I remember you're like, let's do moist, but he's page right now. I think it's I. They might still. Be up there. It's still there. I built a studio at my house in Nashville, and basically the theme from beau Jack was just the first thing I recorded in the studios more of a test, make sure everything worked. Well. The first thing I did was I just build a click track. I bought a Roland Jupiter four off of my buddy in Ohio, and I plugged the pro tools, click track into the input and then turn it our penetrator on.
"ralph carney" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"Or if they're all asian girls but it's very like tied in like sort of asian identity end living in a sort of asian community which i think is very autobiographical based on developers life there between third and fourth grade so they're kinda that really cool age of being loud and and curious and smart but also sort of not knowing shit about the world and it's just i am really i really like it it's funny you could just downloaded and play it on its yes i i recommended to people haven't finistere any oncall any rain did so now you have free issue games call butterfly soup and it's just it's really charming and positive in good so i recommend call all right so we still have things up i believe you're in one final tribute to yeah i just often so another of sort of a downer note but i just wanted to mention someone who passed away recently is a saxophonist named ralph carney that was a guy who has been around the west coast seen for a long time i knew him not super well but we did it we played on a record last year together and we did some shas together i known of him for a really long time and he passed away a couple of weeks ago really it's really tragically from an accident i think accident in his home so he was sixty one it was totally unexpected he's a yet sucks and he's a brilliant guy he's the kind of player that i had known about for really long time i when i first moved to san francisco i think a friend of mine knew him and i saw him playing somewhere he was one of these one of a kind dudes heat he was on he put of tom weights he's on i think rain dogs and a couple other albums he's on a st vincent track that super sick cared.