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"rick rubin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Episode, eight of Sample Greater, I'm your host Angela. Romero and I'm a sample archaeologist, digging sample and production history to piece together the stories behind the world's biggest records each week I take a deep dive into a different sample or sound better permeated music, examining all of the major times. It's been used this week. We are diving into one of the most prolific producers of the last thirty five years. He founded DEF. Def Jam records and New York signing and producing new school rap artists like alcohol j run DMC, Beastie boys and public.

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"Hey guys. Mc cited to share a little something different with you. All Rick. Rubin doesn't sit for a lot of interviews outside of broken record, so when he got with quest loved to tape an episode of his podcast quest, love supreme. We thought we'd bring it to you here. To. Of course you know quest slow from his many ventures from the roots to the tonight show and a thousand other things. But if you heard him on our season two opener, you know there are few people who love talking music as much as quest. It makes his podcast a joy to listen to. So after checking out this episode Rick Rubin be sure to go and subscribe and check out other episodes of Quest Love Supreme. Enjoy. Quest Love Supreme is a production of IHEART radio..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:33 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"The songs ready. We have to find a way. That when the moment is right to make it, we can make it and I can think of very few times in my life where it hasn't worked out where at a time I might have been making five albums at the same time. back in the days when I'd have to go from studio to studio. It might be. We're doing overdubbed with this artist and I'm working on just vocals with another artist on a different album at at same time. Maybe I do noon to noon to three with one artist and three to six with another artist. That way or maybe I'm doing pre production with one and working on mixing with another, and it could be as many as four or five or six going on same times, not unusual because some of them could go on for years, you know. Game going. I work with engineers and each project usually try to have an engineer dedicated to that particular project. Okay, the TAG team partner. So and also I like to work in the old days. They used to work all night drive home. His son was coming up now modern early schedule, so I like that session. Start at like noon or one. And I like to be done by six now. That doesn't mean on strokes album which we just made recently just came out. Three weeks ago or something right? I would from. Noon to six. And then I would leave a list a to do list, so the band could go on working as late as midnight. If you know they banned could work as long as they want and have a list of things to do in addition to anything. They WANNA try on their own. And then the next morning I would come in. We review what happened the night before, and then we would start on the day's work. I try. And I've also by making a lot of albums of come to realize. When my voice is particularly helpful in the process and Sometimes, it's in pre production. It means a lot in the basic track. It means a lot getting the vocals that means a lot but many of the other times during overdose during Guitar Solos. I usually I trust the artist I. Let them do it. Then I might come in like with Tom Morello for doing on either of rage record an audio slave record. She'll do Solos on everything, and then and say you know those are all great, and this one's not as good like we got and then maybe. Redo this or if there's ever ones where it's like, let's work on this one together for some reason. If he if he can't crack the code on his own, then we'll do it together, but I i. don't like to hold an artist's hand I. Don't like to alternate if the artist feels like they've done everything themselves. That's the best feeling for me like. I don't want I. Don't want to. I don't want the process to be about me. Life lessons. WanNa Noli Life Lessons Rick Rubin. Don't make you about you and walk first thing in the morning. Don't want the process to be Agra for you..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:47 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Yeah with McCartney talked about making something has not yet happened, but you never know. I would be. Interested to see how that works. A major settled down into podcast world, and was it the allure of doing it with Malcolm glad well, and was hetland like why? Why is that now? Another Part Party your? Can give a small preface for this question, so I. Did you very first podcast? was that something like that? One of one of the first the pilot, but yeah you're you're in there. Okay I literally had no idea what I was walking into 'cause you know sometimes my business. Be just little bit Janke. So. I was I was on my way to studio thinking. I was doing ACCUA LS episode. ooh, because it was the same studio wherever we interviewed. Heather Hunter or that Jazz Studio that Steve Recommend. I got there and I was like Oh shit I'm here to do a less episode with Malcolm Glatt well. I was like wait. Where's where's the in everyone at and then I was like wait. Rick Rubin you're on this episode to and I just winged it about twenty minutes into it. I realized. Oh I'm here. I gotta read my emails better. I'm here to deny the interview. You've got to prepare for. Ryan Amir like being interviewed by at least those two, sometimes the seat. Would just freestyle and a podcastone having no. Clue what I'm there for and just getting lucky so when I did their episode I literally went to that building. Thinking it's a Malcolm. Glad well episode of course Love Supreme. Even want to Rick Rubin's face on the television thing because he did about monitor I was Hella confused I was like wait a minute?.

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:37 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I just. I just felt like it was a bad vibe like I. Never discussed it with L.. We never talked about it. It just felt like. Something's going on here. That's dark. And this is not energy for me to be around this. Good is not gonNA. Come from this situation. And I just sort about a minute ended up. It ended up turning bad. sometime. I don't know how much longer but I think. There were ended up. Being problems between Allen has died after that, but it. It just yeah just felt to shady felt too I didn't like that they were not nice to Russell Russell really cared about l. like firing, a guy who was really working for you this new guy coming in the scene kind of under questionable. Yes, uses dad, but still wasn't he? His Dad before he was local, right, it was just. It just felt very. Weird. Can you explain to me? What exactly was your role? In yeezus! And in the life of Pablo. because. It's just to see the credits on the albums I'm just assuming that you're in a room..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:35 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And telling them finally that if we can't work this stuff out, we can't get to the bottom of this. I gotta leave and I said. You know I I never signed a contract. Russell signed the contract. I never signed anything. To leave. And he said wait a minute. Wait a minute. What did you just say? And I said. Yeah I said I never signed a contract. You know only Russell signed, and he said okay. Wait a minute. You'RE GONNA, have to start back at the beginning. Because I wasn't listening to anything you were saying. Sat my sound effect would be. This is really now. This is real. So. How long until DEF, American is started. Right away. Because when I left DEF jam, I had already started like slayer was signed Def jam originally. Dancing was signed to Def jam originally and. Dice I can't remember if dice was if I had already signed is not. When I remember going out to lunch with Russell and saying you know this is GonNa work I don't the relationship with Colombia's bad and Osa. What that meeting that I told you about the start at the beginning again meeting. With that meeting. After that meeting! I told Russell. This is not good. We can't do this anymore and the way that Columbia ended up fixing. It was to write a big check to DEF jam without dealing with any of the problems, it was just a check. Russell school with that and I was not cool with that, so that was sort of You know what I don't think we can do this anymore. Like this doesn't feel right, and I said to him I said. Do you want to leave the company? And he said I don't WanNa. Leave and I said Okay I'll have to leave. And, it was just like that there wasn't. and. That's it yeah. YIKES! 'cause you left before it well, you laugh at the beast. He's left correct. Is Left. Yeah. How did did you like? Acid rock or any MD JOE have have conversations about why you left or whether interest. Interestingly, interestingly, we have never really discussed it, and it's definitely an elephant in the room. That would be good to discuss and we just never did, but I'm sure it'll happen. It may happen next week. Like, it'll happen. What were your thoughts on Paul's Boutique? Loved. It thought it was the I. Remember listening to it at the Mondrian Hotel, me and Chuck d together we were we were there because I think public enemy was going to appear somewhere in California, or whether it was a club date or a TV show. But. We're at the Mondrian. We got an advance I. Don't even know if it was in advance. It might have just been like from the studio like they had just finished it..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:25 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I'll say that I. think it always changes at the time that I was more of a beat making producer, which are the days we're talking about now. I was not not good at this the psychology part and the. Collaborating I was not good. I was much more of a i. know what's good and you're gonNA. Do it my way. Probably for my hip hop early hip hop days. And then as I started working with more rock bands, I started understanding more the dynamics of working with a group of people and now the most interesting thing for me when I worked with an artist is. I can clearly point out where I think the strengths and weaknesses are. But I don't feel like it's my responsibility. To solve the weaknesses I'll have to do is point out like This section here isn't as good as it could be. What can we do to make it better? Whereas in the old days? I'd say this section isn't as good and this is what we're GONNA do now. It's this part isn't as good. How do you guys suggest we fixing and all about affective? It's all based on your opinion. Great I mean like. How you feel, it is opinion everything everything has to do with opinion every the whole job. The whole job of doing this is pure opinion it's. Okay so before before I get to the Beastie Boys. Well I'm pay bills sort of sorry to divert. Actually my next question leads to what you were it with Bill which is basically. Whenever you show up and whenever you show up in the credits. To things are bound to happen and that is. You're going to. Reduce the sound, so we already talked about the idea of you stripping stuff down to just it's bare bones and making it loud. But it's also you really. Introduced the idea of cross genres and modern hip hop. Music I mean with. With run DMC having their biggest hit with. Walk this way. Even with the Beastie Boys at least in their their narrative of it like we were making fun of smoking in the boys room, and now go would fight for your right to party, but even with Johnny cash to hurt or.

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:59 min | Last month

"rick rubin" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"What I heard different about the club versus the records and I and a lot of this has to do with me, not knowing anything. The the way that rap records had been made up until that point. Those records were made by people who had made other records so at the time. If you'RE GONNA make a club record. It would be like like heartbeat it would be. A ban it would be a band record with women singing. AREN BE. that would be the club record. And then when the people who didn't understand hip hop, but under stood making club records saw this new thing rap music. They thought okay. We'll do the band doing the R&B. Song and we'll have the guy rap on it. Instead of having the girls sing on it. And Man's. What hip hop record sounded like, but that's not what the club sounded like. The club sounded like Dj. Culture drum machines, maybe not so many drum machines, but some at that point more DJ culture. It was really about the BJ cutting it up. So if you went to see if you went through the treacherous three live. It wasn't a band playing their song like it was unevenly. Enjoy records. It was the DJ cutting up the records with the MC's. And that's what that's. How I understood hip hop. Was this homemade music with rapping? So that. That's and that's why jazzy why it was important for me like I would never wanna sign I would never think of doing a Attila rock record without having a DJ associated with it because it's like what made it. Hip Hop was the two of them it was. The band. Together? They were the Beatles right, but by himself it was just it was another singer. You know it was Frank Sinatra. It's it's different, so I thought as a group. And the music was an important part of. For me, the DJ Culture was as important as the MC. Always it was always both. So that's an I and Jessie J was my favorite deejay and asked him if he would be on the record and joined. The group would special. K, that's how that's how it happened. Wow was it hard to 'cause. You know the stories that I've heard from. Russell's react since the record was that it was hard to believe that this white boy made such a definitive. Black album. So, how how how hard was it to convince people that you're the guy that made? It's yours like. Was it hard sell or it? The whole thing was so strange like it was. The record was already a weird record. Yes, Russell always referred to it as more black than anything else. But to me it was just more representative of the club..

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Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

The Big Picture

09:03 min | 3 months ago

Beastie Boys Made a Movie. We Made a Beastie Boys Podcast.

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and this. Is the big picture a conversation? Show about Beastie Boys. That's right beastie. Boys made a movie beastie boys story which is directed by Spike Jones and available to watch right now on apple. Tv plus. If you're like me and worship Beastie boys you need to watch this movie later in the show. I'll be talking to add rock. And like diaw Beastie boys about their movie history their favorite fruits. How they're doing in quarantine. The New York Knicks documentaries that they want to see a bunch of other stuff as I tried to keep them focused on our conversation. A really love these guys beastie. Boys are my favorite band ever and it isn't even really close so to talk about them before we get to them. I asked the VIC Ferrari to my Alessandro Allegra. Join me it's Chris Ryan. Hi Chris. I've always seen myself more as a Nathan Wind Guy. I've been waiting my whole life to do this. Podcast so let's go. I'm very glad you're here with me. I can't think of anybody else. I'd WanNa have here other than you. Except maybe Mike the Inadequacy and they're coming later. So when I say beastie boys what's the first thing that pops in your head Chris? Probably the invention of cool so I think one thing that we've talked about a lot over the last twelve to eighteen months. We've had a lot of Quentin Tarantino podcasts. We've we celebrated a lot of his movies on the watchable. We talked about them on. Big Picture Podcast with him and something that comes up. Ally is kind of how he gave us a vocabulary or language to through which to understand culture and understand the world and I think the Beastie boys are equally responsible for that in both of our lives in terms of introducing us to so much music and so much other culture that wound up becoming just part of our like way in which we relate to the rest of the world through these like Kung Fu and exploitation movies through rap Reggae punk rock weird funk like all like it just basically made collectors and fans out of out of us at the risk of stepping on music exists. I wanted to ask you why you think you. And I to some extent to are so interested in figures who are all about basically like recombinant culture. You know who take all the disparate parts of stuff that they love and smash it all together because that is the thing that the movie and then returning to all of this music that I listened to over and over and over and over again in my life that I have thought about is like wow they really just jammed all the stuff they liked together to make something new like. What is it about that? The second part of what you said is the most important thing. Do you think about the people that we really respond to. Wu Tang clan quitting Tarantino. Beastie boys it means we're very basic very and B. It's the most important part is finding the second thing the thing that you're GonNa make out of all this shit. And that's what makes me so excited is when someone uses all these postmodern tools in these reconstructs. All these things out of this of Cultural Ephemera to say something else. Wootten Klan took all those Kung Fu movies and took all those samples but made something that could only have been made in Staten Island. You know back could only have made the music. He made with the experience that he had. And the Beastie boys could only have been the beastie boys by combining bad brains with run DMC. Yeah and I feel like it's not a mistake that so much of what we do at the ringer and so much of what you and I have been trying to do in. Our lives is basically celebrate and be enthusiastic about the things that we care about and I feel like these artists are the same way if you if you think about Beastie boys and you even look at the way they tell their story in the movie. It's just we really liked was the clash and grandmaster flash and Cheech and Chong and we were trying to find a way to make all those things make sense together and I feel the same way about what we do every day I feel about you and I love the NBA and we love Top Gun and we love. I love deb's I don't know how you feel Dad's but You know just trying to find a way to make all those things fit together so I feel like I have aped and tried to copy a lot of what those guys do. And I feel like a kinship to their their mission their creative project. Absolutely I mean like you and I don't mean to make it sound like you. And I are the Beastie boys here but you know. I think that we use the Internet the way other people would use a sampler right and we draw in all these different media. We'd take youtube videos. We take a picture and I think it was probably more the case before we started working professionally together in an editorial capacity but we would have like tumblers and blog spots and you were just kind of like throw a picture Steve McQueen up in an article you were writing about those face and it would have some sort of relationship and I think that that was our way of continuing along this tradition of mixing and matching different pieces of culture to say something about yourself. The thing that you said that I think is probably one of the most important parts of the movie that will nocco very remarked upon because a lot of it is going to be spent talking about. Yok and it should be because this is very much I think an image to him in a real moving tribute to their friend but when Mike D says in the beginning of the movie that he was just this weird kid who found the clash. Not only is that like. That's the origin story for a lot of people. Who like they find that one band? Whether it's the dead or the clash or you know run DMC. Whoever it is that makes them think that they are now. All of not alone in the world the clashes like a really really important. Template for the Beastie boys because they are basically A Crossroads Group A marketplace. At Crossroads Group. It's where all these different cultures are coming. And they're setting up their wares and you can pick and choose off these tables and then you go home and you make something out of it. And that's what the clash did too. I mean you can make a lot of arguments about appropriation. And whether or not the people who the clash were taken from or or paying homage to properly compensated for the work that they did And the same thing could go. For the Beastie boys but I think a lot more people know about Lee Perry. Because of the Beastie boys did not you know and and that's like a really really important act in culture. Everything is about timing too I think about when they hit the scene and who they were working with and on the one hand I guess there's an appropriation question. I think they've moved past that so effectively because they were just literally there with Russell. Simmons and Rick Rubin and run DMC making music together and they were a part of something that was essentially punk at the end of its first true like lightning rod phase at the end of the day and and rapid the Dawn. You know I mean. They weren't there necessarily in in the parks in the south. Bronx but you know one thousand nine hundred. Eighty three played on the radio. Yeah Yes yes. And there's that great moment in the movie where Africa is asked about cookie. Post by one of the members of the Beastie boys and you can see like they're they're they're they're in the moment and they're going to dense area and you know performing for white people introducing them to wrap it away and that couldn't have happened if they if it was just five years earlier five years later. The same is true for the class. You know it's like they arrived at a time when the world was ready to hear rock and try to play reggae. And what that means for the future reggae. There's something also about this specific approach to the world though that jumps out to me. Which is it's not. Just this is what we like. It's this is what we like and I don't care if you don't like it and I don't I actually don't care if you don't get it because when I think about the things that I knew when I first heard the band it was you could fit it inside of a very small box. I just did my cultural reference points. The music that I knew about the the records the comedy everything that they were throwing in. I wouldn't say that I discovered them because they were sampled for three seconds on a on a record on policy boutique but they were a window. You know I had never heard of Sadaharu. Oh until I heard the beastie boys rap about him you know like there's so much in their music the sampling the lyric writing even if it is in their songs are very rarely like high minded. They're not necessarily pursuits of big ideas. But they put big ideas in front of you. Just by dint of what they were interested in and I I liked that kind of take it or leave it quality they bring to it and I feel like that really comes out in the movie too. Don't you think yeah? It's only a couple of people are lucky enough to have other people care about the thing that they care about. You know you can. You can play the game and you can try. Ride the wave of what's popular at any given moment. But it's so weird because what the beastie boys did especially once they move to La. I think wound up having such an incredibly profound formative effect on all the culture that comes after it but it so it winds up being underrated as as to what a zag that was how crazy it was for those guys to be like. Yeah we'RE GONNA LEAVE NEW YORK. We're GONNA leave behind rapper. We're going to go to capitol from Def Jam. And we're GONNA work with these two producers that basically no one's ever heard of an assemble these like really out there incongruous samples to build together a new sound that we're gonNA use to define us for the next couple of decades. The only thing I wanted to talk about because I think is probably also a reason why you and I like them. Much is that and this comes across very much in the movie much

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"Record was nine eight again. The guy had a huge advantage or may not the matters but he was very skinny. Very Tall. Tom. You know in in in his lung capacity total lung capacity was almost apple. Who was pretty extraordinary sunny. That's that doesn't matter but anyway I thought somehow what I saw was by living in the sphere. Just lie decided to do the scare before by Living. There would acclimate become condition. But also I thought that ice by not eating for that amount of time metabolic rate would slow down and suddenly be able to hold my breath much longer. That's what I was hoping for but it does doesn't really why started cracking stuff away so it doesn't really work like that. Then I went back trained. The Bureaucracy Jin hypothetical record at that time was ten minutes. No real visuals on its. I started training to static apnea breath holding oxygen. So I got my first. Try and add a bunch of friends. There that word up nor basketball surging doctors owners when they saw that I was under for fifteen minutes. Nothing they pulled me out because in their mind is like the body candidate order that that's not also and I was like. Why did you do that? Spine in came in with pulmonary expert with telemetry and everything attached. I had done a twenty minute and two seconds breath. Hold before the Oprah One which seventy four twenty minutes in to second breath heart rate dropped it a beats per minute and they've never seen that and so they pulled me out once again. I was like why he do that. They were like 'cause you're about to go into cardiac Cardiac DEBT I was like perfectly fine. The body does things it adjusted adapts. And I don't know if there's something to just accepting the situation riding through the Alps but it was. It was pretty amazing so when I had to do the world record which Tom Z. Posted right before I mean he went on Regis killing it to sixteen thirty two from hypothetical. Thirteenth Nasdaq okay. Got Analysis so I got twenty so I felt like when I do override. Be Okay getting to the seventeen sixteen thirty two in Longworth fold. What is what are the phases of what's going on mentally you want to? Ideally it silly but you WanNa keep your eyes closed. You WanNA do your your brain takes a lot of energy so you WanNa Kinda minimize on everything just to preserve. Oh to want to shut everything down as much as possible that I do is I just I. I used to be Al Bank of names visit. All different places absorbs drift onto the ocean going into the abyss of the oceans. Kind of go all over them when so when I did it on stage and stuff like that much show. I didn't do that move. I go upside down but going down. I realized this Dini's through it upside down and I realized why I think he was doing this. Because if you think about the way mammals that are underwater creatures. They big breath in. They died this way. So if you think about it when you're upside down at first. Your lungs aren't forcing the air out there forcing it's that physician is going into lung so it's like. Ibm upside down in is a much easier position. Hold your breath. The only getting their takes energy even getting out of it. When I'm upside down in the water tank I kinda relaxed on the skirt asleep. Knock go to sleep. I mean go to that place just didn't make sense. So what was the last one will after that? When I got really cocky and Mike trainer working on it's like can never do a stunt that you'd have to prepare for you need to do it and understand what you're doing. I did this upside down thing and I figured I'd done like six hours of Sagawa's thing I can do sixty hours upside down to six hours. I've been dry upside down for. I like you know nightmare among side down anyway that that was a disaster of disaster. Shut down for a long time. Did stop national that with the electricity whereas in a Tesla Coil. Seventy three hour standing up which was really hard as expansion of the ankles start for risk through the metal chain mail. Faraday seat I was wearing and you know one time and I had electric water. Our strength spitted out the ARK it. The water went for Lasted from my heart. And even I think I'd burn marks on my toes so that that was a really really difficult one in the last one I did at my daughter was born like not doing anything anymore. Like this done so I just went back to the magic stuff. Thought something I've been working on. It's been that has been so fun. Can Amazing Right now. I'LL REC- we're just working out dreaming about playing with it. Thank you but there is one that I love this. The opposite it's not about you know survive on it. It's more about the opposite. End the best more about our tree and beauty and things like that. Hopefully they still even in the shows that I've seen I've seen you do stuff. We still end up being in a tank water for a really long time right. Well Yeah I mean I. Can't I love those things I love and to me? How's that magic me? That's the real magic to me. It's like the bodies capable doomed things that we can't even imagine that the body was standard. Do that's magic. A human can go without air for twenty minutes and two seconds are now the records twenty four minutes three seconds. That's magic as the body. Do that any of the things that you've done Just think about any techniques or anything that you've learned that are helpful in terms of people who were facing struggle. I think rule number one is accept everything just the way it is so as well number one and then try everything in your power to understand and to solve for what the best possible approach to fixing the situations. I think a lot of it starts with like correcting little things that you can manage. Ourself Beautiful Ben. Thank you for telling me stories. Thank you thanks again. David Blaine for jumping on Zoom Polish. Rick gave his latest special the magic way aired on ABC earlier this month check on ABC DOT COM for details. Broken record is producing help from Jason Gambro meal about Lia Rose Matt Loboda Martine Gonzales pushing industry. I think he's expecting beats. I'm just in Richmond..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

11:15 min | 4 months ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"Is attributed to the fact that you weren't in other ones we're talking about is you're more uncomfortable is more of a sense of aid is the forty four days was more distant operation than a discomfort. I think that right I mean he starts to feel pain. The basically if you read any book about extended fasting Kinda hits notes like it about a month or twenty eight days you really do start to have the sweet taste in your mouth so I was drinking water the whole time but around dates twenty eight. I started questioning harmony and everybody there is like bill. I was like I would pour the water because at a tube and it was periods through also is like no minerals. No nothing I would have to combat at our drinking. I think like the people that supported this London Channel Four. I was thinking state. They must want this to keep going. So they're spiking my water glucose. You know I've tasted side may harmony bang bill by brother. Pour the water down to my say tasteless right now. There's sugar in. It accord the drink a mouse and. I think that they were all in August. I get like a random stranger. Let's bring him all the way up former water bowed asset. Macao water so old. The the guidebook things of what happens during the fast really did actually happen. Exact the information I had on how long I could do it for. Came from a physiologist at NASA. So he was you know they want to protect the astronauts so they do all the due-diligence all the research they look into the terrible records World War. Two things that most people wouldn't go into morally. It's our ethically so so he would really just to save actions. I say okay. How long can human actually go without food along with just water and they had really accurate. Specific notes of what could be tolerated. It pretty much worked out exactly as I soon. And what was it? The most difficult parts to that so many amazing things have been at the say. If I was doing that fast by myself it would have been impossible. Which is why. Put IT IN PUBLIC. So public all sides visible. I knew I would just have to do it. There's no cheating because you're you're exposed as a guest but if I was trying to buy myself forget the only real difficulties is little things that you don't think about like after that amount of time we've noted Fast Greenbelt my system your body's processing I held held there was barely but I help but number two in for the entire time. Obviously most of sweat through your breath and all that stuff in any you. Override it and you don't have to go over again at that race and then the only other real real difficulty I think was busy. Started become really weak. Your you know your body goes into this sort of you very stable very minimalistic and all that stuff. But your heart's moving differently is I guess from you. Know you're you're you're eating. Start to your organs. Bone mass index decrease thirty. Three saw. What happened is you know the Londoners not belonging to the media start to make this ordered forty four days this stories people would like fly like toy helicopters with cheeseburgers on Bevin bomb People would like in the middle of the night like shoot paint balls at the box and it was really cool looking like this color months by. It was like that noise. 'cause you don't think about that way. Echoes Wake up the slack. And it's but that's not the difficult part difficult part is I think around day thirty seven when I started to get. The heart started to feel like it was going to. It wasn't right right. 'cause it's decrease in size by a third or whatever it is that laws and we have those records. Afterwards I went to the house. We had the New England Journal. Medicine Oxford generally studied stuff. I gave the results in science just because most people that do these things like striking or hunger strikes but anyway so around that time around eight thirty seven thirty eight. A heart starts going. It starts getting really really difficult because you think that you're going to collapse. You know you get dizzy everything you do. Any movement and my mother passed away when I was young but Foresee died. She said to me God is love at that was the last war is that she said when she died in my arms was like I said most difficult must beautiful basically giving me but so it around that exact time I was like I said I had said mom. If you think I should keep going give me a sign. Our Bridge was in front of me over there. These could start young. David David I see them right when I said that I'm saying that exact moment in they have a rolled up wife thing right and they open it up and they start walking down towards me when they get closely they keep open up. They open all the way they're holding it like three of them. I think and it says God is love. It's like wow a third crying of it so then I and then you know. Those kind of signs is simple Winston whatever it is bass enough to keep going or if it or if the energies out they are in in you know energy is never goes something she put out there. That just happened to connect at the right moment. You know those types of things so I kept going push the endings you know like. I said it was the in. So it's like when you get the chance in the vertigo ahead at two in the box when you get the chance to just really watch the sun. Go up over the sky. Watch it a hallway up watching a whole way down and all the way around. Watch the river go up and down. It's amazing that we never get to do them. Real life administers is done with the stunt. I was in the hospital recovering. Somebody sent me a box of Harrods food. I shouldn't have be in for a couple of weeks. That's the most dangerous part it's the repeating syndrome. Which is the paper that we published was about. That is soon as the doctor who thought I was also cheating by the way and Bill wanted me to take glucose vitamins but children said no bill and I was. Right is my body's victims of starvation mode so it was in the metabolic rate change to protect but anyway so as soon as I started that like taking from the box taking the Chris Eating. You know the Bagels as soon as you do that. Animal State Returns. Everything changes then. It's like you're not a spiritual art of this music. Art Fades away very fast. So you go from like this this state of like pure war. There's no body. There's nothing the colors. The win the sky song the herbs in back into the you know the the normal world so it is something that I wish everybody could experience some is it is it and I think that's why those yogis amongst by do those long fast because they find that place for Serotonin is writing. They're brain levels known Barkan. Snow doke means a solid steady. Say and you and you find something that you could never. You could never imagine or explain what was after the after the glass box Two thousand three after that was the dust that drowned alive. The water thing. That was my favorite by far. Just the favourite across the board. I started holding my breath when I was five years old. I was on the swim team at my feet. Turn Band Single Mother Brooklyn. Ymca all the kids beating Mesa instead. Assuming like normal like them because I would just swim straight and I suddenly. I'm able to keep up because I'm not breathing and I start going back and forth and I start really. Wow could do coaches. I don't do that as I can. I can do it and I and I did do it. And then the older kids would come to see me lap. Sit Out breathing. Alice in then they would compete against me so go underwater and beat them all the older older kids side. Say listen you can go up and down as many times as the wrong. I'll stay under the whole time so I was able to while they went up and down as able to last like six of bears but they didn't know take enough going up and down and doing that. It's not as efficient sustained right. Which is what I was doing. So the breath all began bear in then I loved it and then I discovered Houdini at that age as well as readings underwater king yet a record three and a half minutes so young teen. I was able to do three and a half minutes. No problem I I'd get out of the pool blackout by the way didn't know that that's what was going on in then. Had the idea of putting a sphere shaped declaring in the middle of Lincoln Center and just living there like a human aquariums. I've been but like is a is like A. Yeah just Melania and seeing long stay so what was the longest that somebody was submerged underwater continuously with seven days? I spoke to a guy that had the record that lived under lake and he gave me all tips and thanks EXC state under five days. He's like here's what we need to do. So I kind of listen. Gyms studied what we were saying and then just did. It didn't anticipate what would happen to the hands and feet that you know. It's pretty. Pain is pretty intense because All the oils protect you leave. And then you know. The wrinkled extraordinarily beyond anything conceivable NASA and the pain that cost. Wipe it with them. Being Bat wrinkled just from expansion let stuff is crazy drinking liquids through to you know. Stay there seven. Oh another thing. You didn't anticipate son. That's fear like a magnifying glass. Big piece of glass fill water son's going to it actually burned the whole metal walkway hind out. So I I was in there for a week. My back was burnt but like not just burnt like read. I mean like like burnt burnt burnt and it stayed like that for like seven months or some you know just like it was in the pain assistant saying that. You don't think about those things and your water. So China negates it on some level until after with where did where did you end up with the bristled While I did actually with oxygenated twenty minutes and two seconds into straight breath holding I have gotten up to seven. Forty.

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

10:44 min | 4 months ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"Here's Rick Rubin and David Blaine who connected recently on zoom. The the reason that I wanted to talk to you is. I'm feeling a collective fear in the air. I feel like I feel like I'm not feeling my fear. So much is. I'm feeling everybody's fear is a cloud of fear. Emir started thinking about different times in my life. Been afraid of something or people. I know who have insights into fear and I remember when I was learning to spend time in the ice in an ice bath that the longest I could ever stay in was a few minutes until I did it with you when I did it with you. Your perspective on it. Open my mind and helped me deal with the fear of staying longer in You. Talk me through it and in that experience If opened me up to conquer fear so I wanNA talk to you. In general about the idea of conquering sears. Sound good it's great. What's said tell me a little bit about your relationship to fear. Well you know I am. I mean I guess my. My outlook on everything was already. My mother conferences kid but when she was really sick when she was dying instead of focusing on the difficult ardor sad angel art. She looked at the beauty in everything so she didn't focus on herself and complained so she she made death very poetic very beautiful which I think is like one of the best gifts. Give to your kid. Just that immediately made me NA afraid of the unknown which is that but as far as I was always pushing my body to do things that were like goal and probably dangerous since I was five years old. And here's the symbol formula for it. Simple formula is just. Don't just jump into the unknown. You go step by step by step by step slowly so if you go like if I was to hold my breath for twenty minutes. I'd be afraid that it's GonNa have cardiac arrest. I'll be debt but you don't start like that circe. Why did three and a half minutes kid? There's people that are free. Divers have done this amount of time. Let me train the best people. Let me slowly build a resistance or tolerance and understand the pain that I'm going to go through so I could process it. And fight it. So my outlook corona and obviously. I'm not a doctor. King gives advice spot the way I look at it. Is You have to do the things that you know our best so cleaner Diana. You don't eat products. That create mucus like dairy processors or breads or things like that. You have ginger garlic you outs. You know. Sixteen ounces of water before every anything that you drink you keep yourself hydrated so you do all the things you can really be ready for the fight because fear like let's say you're an has manic which. I was kiss and have a smaller than average lung capacity. It's scary thing. I'm a coronas. Couldn't give me it pneumonia types. You know in my lungs could shut down so what I WANNA do is if I was a smoker which I'm not I wouldn't talk cigarettes because why do anything. They can make the virus that much more effective in its path to destroy. So that's number one number two. Is He follow all the rules? Don't go near people is much as you can buy will void contact other than the people that you're warranting. Obviously in for me the other thing that I really like about which is I would say if you also studied in point of view is and I'm not saying that this is right or wrong such as my perspective. But the reason we don't want the virus spread is quickly as it's spreading. Because you don't know you have symptoms you. You're not aware of it. You don't feel anything often and you're very contagious right so you don't want to spread everywhere that we couldn't fight it. It's just the wrong. Want a hospitals to suddenly become flooded. Which is what's happening in then. Everybody's losing hospital beds. The respirators in its shutdown. So not that you want to fear the virus you WanNa do the right precautions to protect not even just yourself everybody around you so I think knowledge is basically the best way to overcome fear now as a kid my mother the only furiously Dave is when she saw not approaches because of robots at Rice but when he saw like spiders or something buddy how so I was always afraid of Little bugs not outgrow spies. Afraid of every other little so magician. Friends would come over. We'd be brainstorm magic and like I see a bug jokic right and I wasn't so to get over that fear I would have people come over. Boggs insects spiders talk. You know everything and I play with them. That's temporarily getting over it. So Affleck happened and I really over my last year which have been set certain insects so I took my brother too but sauna and He's the most afraid of every big kiss. Teach them how to get over that but anyway we go to Africa and we're in these little camps and with the guy who died. Who's he was the lion man? He goes out with the lines. They actually looks like a lion and he brings a roll of toilet paper. No weapons of calls out wildlife attack him. You can see it on Youtube. He would throw the toilet paper like fake. Though in the lines that jumped this guy grew up in the bush with the lions so he and hippos he would scare that is presence was unbelievable but anyway so that night after we went out with alliance and crossed out with them and she plays with the you know down while they're eating zebras. Really unbelievable but that night. I went to bed and I gave my brother a ice fishing day that I had some really serious high-tech which I shouldn't have done. So he hears something walking around his and then nighttime really mostly around his and I just assume it's elephant island but my brother looks through way and it's a hippo just circling against any. Here's the hippos deadly animals and that they'll just shop in half so I'm brother doesn't sleep the whole day since looking to this thing and boat was so what happened with me is bombing this ten. I'm being careful because even if it's an Alpha more you don't WanNa get anything in this little town low and I put my on my phone light on and I look up. And there's thousands of bugs all over the top of my tat. I'm like okay. We're in this together and I realized that those insects or my friends Jokic and from that move without insects. Sometimes it is just like a flute thing often. I think it's like you know the process. Trying to understand the information to get over arch and to learn until accelerate. So it's like and I also look at things as a challenge so like even with my daughter when she takes shower in the morning we use. I would tell her okay. Let's crank up the coal. Just want her. So when when over friends won't go in the ocean because the oceans older family she goes right in and it's just the mindset of like I can overcome this you know so it's and and that translates across the board so whether you're running as hard as you can are holding your brother you know I it standing up in one place for seventy three hours things like that. You have endorsed slowly build a tolerance at an understanding of what you're really doing. The research study with a smartest people that you can. And and that's the best way the you know. I think so to work on facing the fear in the most diligent efficient by. How'd you deal with the When you're in it I'll give you an example one time I was Bodysurfing in Venice with a mutual friend of ours and the waves getting big and it seemed normal at first and then the ways we're getting bigger and bigger and it was a pretty big day to begin with Benway's get bigger and we're out next. Look here the waves started crashing over the pier. Really big and I remember our friend look at me and saying you know Mike. This be in trouble. And that was the last thing he said and then he was gone. And then I'm sort of in the drop zone and just waves are crashing on me and came really close to ground and and I remember thinking I know the worst thing I can do is panic so I know panic. Panic will only hurt in this situation. But when you're being held underwater by waves will come for breath in a wave crashes you even if there's a conversation that goes on between. I know I'm not supposed to panic. This isn't going to help me. And the other voices. There's no where where Anneke hard to control. I think you know know number. One Rule of the twenty one laws of the Samrai's accept everything. Exactly the way it is and I think even in the worst situation we panic and go crazy and let it you. Won't you won't win that battle so you kind of have to accept what the situation is. And then in a very careful and clever way Dr outmanoeuvring but without fighting it. Because you're never going to beat the Osa you know so so you have to kind of smooth into it and have the faith that you can be on there for a little more than you think you can relax. Go go with a little bit. Which is the only option. Have you ever had that? Come up like in the midst of a challenge. Have you come up of what do I do now? Every time I'm holding my breath for a really long breadth hold. My heart gets really weird. Does these strange things. And that makes you get more focused on the heart and it doesn't help so I've learned over the years even when pushing to the extreme. You're just accept it in and go with it so you know that that that's the best thing that I've learned went on pushing to those extreme places it gets a little out of control. Let's talk about each one of the things.

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Tinashe's Independent Return to the Music Industry

Just The Sip

12:16 min | 5 months ago

Tinashe's Independent Return to the Music Industry

"Welcome my girl tonight. I just want to let you guys. We met one night. We were bullock La at the club. We were extreme batting. Yeah it's stream fighting Buzi Veloso five and these two girls were literally like the white man who does a tight wire across the gray anion on heels this long dancing and work in. And we're like we need to know y'all y'all come party. Etta linked up linked up. And we've been friends ever since two dropping it low. That was a fun night burn night. Yeah there's no way she's out with the people she was I with the people in Chile Chile cheers to that graduated into it. I gotTa get strange. You get into it. Thank you new record. Save Room for us. Yeah out a million a week in a week. What's it like? That fans are responding to this new. Sound it honestly means everything because this is me you know like before. I think I was learning kind of coming up in the game finding my way and I felt really great to be in the position with my previous record label to release. My first vote was two point five albums and learned a lot. Got To work with all these different producers collaborate with so many different amazing artists. But I felt kind of towards the end of that experience that I wasn't hundred percent being true to like who I needed to be. And that was for. Like a zillion different reasons. It's really hard to pinpoint like one particular reason or it was over the course of a seven year relationship with that situation so I found myself in the place where I just felt like I needed to step back like fine pause in my life really reinvent and become artists that I felt that I truly like was an and just continue on like a trajectory that I was headed towards. I felt like I was kind of like coasting through my career like going through the motions instead of doing what you really really wanted. Artists come here and all they want is at record deal. They want apple to see them. They want to be a part of that. And you had it and then you let it go. Was that a mind for you to like say. Ok. I'm going to do this on my own. Yes myself. It's a big risk right because you lose that kind of machine that kind of solidifies like a lot of different things way budgets. Like making sure that you know you get your stuff out there at first. It seems like okay. How am I going to actually even function as an artist without this machine? That has been internationally pushing me for so long. You know there's so many different components that go into it and I think for me Taking that risk felt like a better option than to continue on what I was doing before like I had to for my soul like take it there. I had to like for me. It felt very very much like spiritual like an instinct calling to like. I have to you know this is. This is the time. This is the perfect opportunity. Gobert Sean you said like there's a spider. My house yeah. I'm not just going to kill spider. I'M GONNA burn the whole month and read somewhere that you've fired fired. You parted ways with everybody. Everybody here in makeup. You parted ways with the you party ways with lawyers rainbows managers lawyers businessmen and Jerry's style literally across the Board. Just wanted to be like clean slate. I'm GonNa just from the ground up really reduce. I connect reconnected with a lot of people that I was really great friends with and I've I guess also kind of re affirmed the of my friendships in this industry because the have built a lot of like really genuine relationships. And I think that those have also really kind of kicked into gear in taking me to another place where I'm using actual real creative energy and people around me instead of kind of just. I don't know it's hard. It's hard to describe but like when you're kind of in sometimes a label situation at least in my experience. It feels like there's this disconnect between the artists and Mike. Every thing that happens like even like collaborations like you don't really talk to the artists when you collaborate with them or like say you like yeah you WanNa like create something you WanNa do something. There's always this transactional situation that happens. Let's let's bring that to people who don't realize slumber party Britney Spears. Oh my God when you collaborate with the Britney are you in the studio with Britney or are you talking about her looks I send you a track and say we want you to be on this. Yes yes yes. Yes which is very typical of situations so it just feels very much more natural. Now that I'm having to kind of reach out to people myself make those connections myself and it feels more valuable and just feels like everything. There's a better synergy that I do. Because you Rick Rubin right now in the sense reminding do this at Your House. You do this on your own my own space in my own environment which feels really comfortable and really genuine authentic which. I think people can tell the difference. You know. There's so much. Fake Ness in the world that people have really a craving and looking for authenticity. Whatever that means even if that means like being independent doing stuff on your own now how did you find friends in the music industry? Because I feel like it's the mother. Oh yeah everybody answer themselves. It's Ache I feel I. Can you explain this to me? We went on a hike that everybody's just offer themselves. How do you find those authentic artists that are actually friends? And who are there for you during this process? I think again. That's kind of what I've really been able to realize a lot with this current time period. Because I've been able to see who is there for just for the art or is there just for me as a as a friend or as the support system. I've really been able to find out who those people are and I think. Yeah real genuine friendships. Maybe in the music industry can be few and far between but I think that you can still find great collaborative friendships and great stuff. Yeah from my make some people. Yeah you know anybody that surprise you when you were like. Hey Bro I want you to be on his mother. Navam and they were like Who Not specifically now that I can think of where you have intuition too. Yeah yeah the whole thing. Are you try to kind of already collaborate with people who are seemingly giving you that kind of energy already yeah? It's almost like single life. It's like when you've been married. Seven years mighty big and then you get the single moment you live your best life and you meet all these really cool people and you find yourself then. You're doing this whole thing. Would you ever go back into a marriage with the label after doing it by yourself and if you would what would be different? I would say never say never at this current point now the right situation came on came about I would definitely consider it But for me. What really held me back from kind of even exploring that with releasing this last album was. I just felt like there was so much of this kind of same thought process So just kind of like going from one relationship to another. That was just extremely similar. So it didn't feel like growth for me. I felt like I had to give myself the opportunity to try to do it without this dated mentality of like just approach to making music and our approach to releasing music is. It's hard like artists. Talk about it all the time you know getting. It's hard to get there album out. It's hard to get creative differences or whatever I think it's the where business meets art. There's always going to be a risk you know. And now you're just doing art and now I'm just focusing our and it feels so much better. Yes so single we always talk about how Minna garbage in different locations different garbage gets at different locations. I say that it was an LA thing. And I beg to differ so you think it's just all over the place it's an epidemic. The new it's the old corona virus garbage. How do you have a hard time finding a dude got the MTA nausea? I mean well first of all I don't like actively look so that's part of it date maybe if I like dated maybe and meet some Nice people just genuinely don't like carve out the time but I've been to your house Taco Tuesday it's fine. There's some dude. I don't like talk to them. That's because you're too busy by the way this girl hugging the Taco. This girl has egg forty five people over at our house for Taco Tuesday. She's making the tacos. Her brother at work. She invites her parents to bring shrimp over to finish back on. We ran out of shrimp so I needed a more so I called my mom. Mom bring us another that. She comes in like stealth mode. But here's the lease and then leaves mom doesn't even stay with its hind. You find that family in Los Angeles because it's hard to make friends and find people who are genuinely here for you and not here for you the celebrity. Well I think for me the number one thing. That's helped me learn how to navigate is growing up here. I think you have a huge advantage because I think when you come here you tend to go to like all these certain circles in these certain environments where everybody around there is kind of trying to meet people or network or connect or be a part of the circle. When you're literally grow up here you're just in the suburbs here in Glendale Galleria. You know you're just you see that as like a part of the city that you can kind of use as a tool you can dip into relief from so I feel like people that are from the city and people who move here kind of experience l. a. differently just in their perspective of like the. Hollywood life like I've a lot of people who live here like people are so fake people are so fake my God and I'm like you have. Have you met people like really really like from here? There's a lot of soul there's a lot of heart is a lot of real genuine culture. But you could be who who are not from. La Because to get into the circle is hard okay. That's the other part that is why I kinda have this great circles because everybody that is in my immediate framework but whatever is people that have been there like from time so to get into that circle takes. Tell you what it feels like. Remember in blade whenever like the Vampires are all at Club in Germany and they're all like dance and Raven and all of a sudden the non vampire walks in and everyone's like nothing feels a non. La DO TRIES TO WALK INTO LA. Gang announced true. It's true it's hard I feel for. I feel for the people who move here as the Queen. Bee says because that's what happens. The Queen of Talk. You're cool you're at TACO Tuesday out. Good job tell people how you gotTa Start. Because you got your start at an early age. It's a it's quite a long story so when people get asked like how'd you get into the industry? It's hard to say it's like one thing or another. I was in my first movie when I was five years old. I started dancing four. I have been actively entertaining or like in the business since you could walk as long as I can remember. Yeah so that has just volved and continued to be like. I was thinking about my career and I was eight years old. You know so. It's always been a part of my life. It's like who I am and

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Robbie Robertson: Leader of The Band and Architect of Shangri La

Broken Record

08:55 min | 6 months ago

Robbie Robertson: Leader of The Band and Architect of Shangri La

"Here's Rick Rubin Malcolm Glad Well Bruce Adam from Shangrila speaking with the studios architect Robbie Robertson. We had a fantastic take the other day a year. And I'm when I was telling the stories of Shangri la you know stories he envisioned this place and built it and it was unbelievable and it was mine it it you know the other guys in the band thought this was a good. Hi Dear but from big pink to. Sammy Davis Junior's house to the worcester. We made these records in not not in studios in other places where there was an atmosphere and it could be our atmosphere and ours. Sounds you know now and every thing was not on somebody else's will way of doing of somebody else's wave likes. You know you would go into the studio Rodeo. And there'd be these used to be these union guys they'd be like Oh looks like it's lunchtime or like what are you talking about lunchtime. We're we're you know we're about to do something something and and they'd be an IV. Like I I don't know this should be louder than don't touch that you know. Yeah so I don't want that I. Ah I don't WanNa do that so I said what we're going to do is we're going to make these clubhouse these workshop these studios does things that is our world and arm music are sound and whether it was true or not. I believed that that it gave it a character and a saying which it did for better or worse. What's what's interesting about? That too. Is that now. It's become more the norm. Yeah Ah that that said when you did it technologically. It was much more difficult to do like when you did it. You needed big studio equipment like today. People people can do it on their laptops so they can. It's easier to make that jump but when you did it. The infrastructure involved was not easy to pull off. It was unheard of except for Les. Paul Les Paul said. I'm going to build studio at my house and I'm GonNa Build an Echo Chamber into the side of this hill right. And he was going to do all of these things. I had an argument demint the other day with Van Morrison about being able to do this kind of thing and because he was saying I only liked the play live just with my band and I go in and we sing and they play this song and we can capture a moment. We've all done that. I know it really well. I played Ricksen music the other day. That was all like first or second takes in it. Was You know songs you've heard. Yeah sounds you've heard a lot so so anyway so van saying it's gotta be live and it's got to be governed by and that's the way it used to be in a way of being I said what about less paw. Aw He overdubbed. He made things he played on top of himself. He doubled tracked. Things invented it so so van says I know but he was magic you recorded at. Sammy Davis Junior House. Yes we made the band album. The brown album And we rented. Sammy Davis Junior House in the Hollywood sunset is at plaza in the Hollywood hills. And we all stayed in the House for the family and we turn the pool house where he used to have have his. Party's with Frank Sinatra the rat back and all these people we turn that Pool House into his studio and the record company Penny thought. This was the worst idea they ever heard. I thought this was ridiculous. He said Dr Fifteen minutes. We have the best studio in the world here. Franks not for records year right all of this stuff and I was like no no no. This is a different thing and finally finally they were like okay. Okay I guess I don't know what you're doing and it's probably going to be bad but serious June didn't show up in another another. Sammy Davis Junior. He owned he still owned the House. He didn't live there so the magic him like he lived there. Stepping in on one of your according to what the House was built lower. You go into the the bathroom in the sink was down here and it was. Everything was built to his specifications you know and and I it seemed like this is great. This is great. Sammy's world's amazing. And so we recorded the album there and then we mix it or we're going to mix the record and there's this guy in New York. Toni Mae was his name and he had mixed the is the brothers. It's your thing. Do what you WanNa they do. So it was such a great sounding record we said wow. Let's see we can get Tony Maiden Mick says and he worked with Phil Ramone and all these people are which so anyway comes in and he puts up the tapes and everything and he says These tapes are awful. I'm going to have to do a lot of work. Arcand this and I thought I don't know if I like that. So anyway. He did a mix. There was not what I wanted at all. It's not the way I heard it all so anyway we're like thanks. Tony See You know and on which songs with these these were on the band album was the night they drove old. DIXIE DOWN UP ON CRIPPLE CREEK Whispering Pines on was wrong with his mixes his mixes were a trying to make this slick and bright and end and there was a witness to it. There was a muddiness to it that that suited the music it was earthy and I I want it that right. But he didn't get the joke so that was okay so I went and mixed the album with guy another another guy at the at the the old Jerry Ragavan said factory in New York this guy of mixed the album we mixed at the guys in the band. We were all in their the in God at the way that that I wanted so we get it and then it's like okay. The guy the mastering in guy his name is Bob Ludwig. You GotTa get him to master your record. So we take the record to Bob. Ludwig and and He puts you know he puts on the tape the mixes and everything and he says Oh boy is like Toni. May He's like I don't know I'm GONNA try see if I can fix this or save this and I'm like That's really depressing. So I go on I tell the other guys I said. I don't know we might have done this all wrong. Everybody's saying it's it's terrible and that you know so the net. I don't know a couple of days later. Bob Ludwig calls me and he says I am such an an idiot. I am such a fool. I didn't get it I so get it. This is maybe be the most interesting record I've ever heard. He said I'm so sorry. And he told me Bob Ludwig he said I made the same mistake when sly stone brought me. There's a riot going on. I thought that that was a big mistake. Sue Two and he said and then I realized it you know I had to accept it the way that I accepted your record and So I was like 'cause I thought he was right hit on and if he had a state with that I don't know what would have happened. So he you you know he mastered at hardly did anything to it in in the mastering and it was just one of those things it was a homemade saying it did have that character to it and that was part of its

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

10:01 min | 8 months ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"Lay down encounter. Just let it be you know as as hard as it's hard for. CBS Very hard for me. Guess you've been listening to lately Instrumental Music I was just turned on the Steve Reich. Wow Oh great. Adjust chest now and I'm like what. What have I been in? 'cause I knew glass. I was always into fill glass but never and somebody said well. If you like Philip Glass you'll love Steve Reich. Sorry I was like what you've been into a lot of a lot of instrumental music now. I'm I just had a point where I sometimes I feel like a lot of leads barging in on. I know it sounds crazy coming from a rap artist but I think sometimes in owed sometimes I thought she was. Just take over in on and not necessarily you WANNA be a part of YOU WANNA party and you know but Kinda like music that I can have my own thoughts to yes. You know kind of where I've been lately beautiful. What's your process like making music these days? Do you make much not so much how you say. I haven't been making much music man. My my focus is not there. My confidence is not there I tinker a tinker a lot Out just go to piano. Sit My phone tone down and just record what I'm doing. Move things around and whatever happens but I hadn't been motivated to do a serious project At like two which is not coming in my in my own self I'm trying to figure out. Where do I would us where to us us it? I don't I don't even know what I am. Maybe I'm nothing. Maybe I'm not supposed to be in vain. Maybe you know my history is Kinda handicapping handicapping in a way and so I'm just trying to find out what makes me feel the best right now. And what makes me feel. The the best is when I do these random kind of instrumental kind of things you know. They make they make me feel the most rebellious yes in. I don't know I have a really rebellious I don't like to go go with the flow. Really I don't know why this but I just feel best when I don't yes no and also I have to honor that have honored it in a way. You know for sure for sure I think so much of it isn't to be decided to saying it's not. I don't think it's to be figured out to be. I think you make a lot of you. Start making a lot of things with no thinking of what it's supposed to be. Who's it for what anyone else is going to think but you just get in the habit of making a lot? That's what I gotta get back to you. Make a lot Im- in at some point in that process he'd be like I really like this and you didn't know through that whole process. You don't know when that's going to happen and it's not It's not a decision. Can you make and it's not an intellectual idea where I have a vision and I'm GonNa make this thing it doesn't it doesn't happen like they're rarely happens like that it. It happens more just having fun do making things no No stakes you know. There's no nothing's on the line the that's as good as hard to do when everything is actually I mean when the problem with Being Sienna artists a successful artists. Yes is you have to find a comfortable place to do that again. Yes but think about the way. Come to place took Yeah what I'm saying the the way that you made the stuff that ended up being successful wasn't made from a place ace of feeling any responsibility right because because there yet in a way. It's kind of like you. Were still proving yourselves. Bill and I like it too. Like if you're a kid and you're in your room you plan you know with with toys and you and you you have this world going on. Yes the moment when your mom opens the door Andre that world kind of stops. Yes you know what I mean so. Once the attention is on that world yes world goes way so gotta find a way to get back back to that place to where you can build those worlds again and not have the is or like the judging you know and as as as it's hard for me it's really hard for me because and you see it everywhere now any little thing. I put out instantly like attacked not not in a good or bad ways. I wouldn't I'd say attack. Well what I'm saying. The the notions year and people nit picking with fine tooth comb always said that word in Armenian main It's not a great place to to create from. You know what I mean and it makes you it makes you draw and maybe I don't have the the confidence that I I want or the space to experiment like I used to. Yes when the stuff that people love from back then it was a place you would freely. So you're free. You didn't give a shit you didn't care like dating. They didn't care any like you know you know what I mean so great. Don't like what we're doing now. We can just do what we're doing but the but the same holds true now so now you can make stuff that you as long as you like it. It doesn't matter if they like it or not because they they hated you back then. It's the it's the same you know what I'm saying. The only thing that's changed is your point of view really yes and nothing else has changed change. And that's that is within your control. You can you. Can you can decide to read what someone else says or give them Matt Power will you can say they can think what they want and usually. Here's another part of it. This is very interesting when someone is critical. It was something you do usually. That's more about them than it is about you Do you know what I'm saying. It's like it's a dots. That's what they see because of who they are. Yeah it's has nothing to do with you right. Do you know what I'm saying. That brings another point because because I noticed that I'm very judgmental at this point in my own self so that saying that I'm just in a not so great place yes you know. Yeah and and I feel that. I feel very judgmental and I hate it like I don't WanNa be judgment as almost like being a movie director. Yeah but not being able to go to the movie theater and see movies on Friday like you used to because because you're judging every shot yes you judge in every light lighting situation. You're like Oh man they agr that when you know it's Kinda like guess. How do you get away from it? Yeah you it's almost like you know too much. That's yes yes you know too much and I think as you go along Just gotTa find a way to break free of everything you know. And that's very hard. It's very hard even even melody wise. Like I'm getting sick of my melodies because they're all they seem like they're tied to something that I know or so. I try to just throw notes anywhere just to try to not the. Yeah and I think that's that Rebellious kind of unreal spirit. That turn left spirit when everybody's going this way because you're looking for something else. Yes it's very. It's very hard when you've been doing it for so long. Understood is very hard but moving forward to try to help work through this stuff make something into where we happy made it as all except me be happy to play for your friend that would be the ultimate that's the ultimate. I mean for me if I make minimum excited to play it for my friend. That's it. Yeah that's what I've been doing lately. That's it as Beth whole mission. Yeah we'll be back DOC with Andre Three thousand after the break now it's time for our marketing maker segment presented by maker's mark. The maker's mark distillery. They tell you that if they could make their for any faster they wouldn't that's because maker's mark has been handmade in its own beautifully the inefficient way since nineteen fifty three. They still slow cooked. 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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"I'm back with Rick. And I asked him about the origins of one of his most famous collaborations, Rick Rubin. Jewish kid from Long Island and the man in black. How we how did that happen, by the way, the Johnny cash thing? It's also unusual way. At happened was I had worked with almost all the artists had produced up until that time where young artists for first time artist and all the artist I signed were debut artists. And I thought it would be fun challenge to make a really good album with a great artist. Who may be hasn't done. Great work for a while. So it was more like a was like a puzzle to solve. And when I thought about the different great artists who weren't doing great work. I when it came up was Johnny cash thought is I mean, he's Johnny cash or you know, I try to turn the. Because you're. The line. You listen to much country. Not really so you think of him. And then you saw what comes next I ask what's going on with him is on record label. He's playing at that time is playing in like small dinner futures around falon that low. And he'd been dropped from his label sort of like he had been discarded by the industry at that time. And I think part of the reason that he was open to working with me wasn't because he believed in me or believed in the idea. I think he was excited that somebody cared enough to want to do something because nobody else did had he heard of you. I don't know if he had l think so why would have did he ever listen to hip hop. No. No. So you're just basically co calling. I mean through his people, I'm guessing and we met backstage at a dinner theater in Orange County. And I remember it being awkward both of us were pretty quiet who I remember sitting on the couch for a long time and not really talking. But feeling even though it was awkward I felt comfortable with them. Yeah. And there was no idea of what it would be at the time. It was just sort of. Let's go on this. Journey do something and find what's great. Did. He have I did he who is the one who I sort of. Suggested the idea of doing these strip down covers is at your idea. It wasn't it wasn't. Well, I won't. No. Stand at the gates of Bill. It's started where we were looking for songs, and we would get together. So in terms of finding the material that best fit his voice. We would do these demos basically solo demos. But there was no thought that that's what the record would be like it was more. The first stage of this. Expedition was figuring out the material that was gonna work. Give me an example of a song that doesn't fit his voice and tell me why it doesn't there's a handful of things one is he has the feel an affinity for it. If he if he doesn't feel it. It's much harder. Second is subject matter would have to make sense for in his case. It was different because there's Johnny cash the human being and the MS Johnny cash the mythical man in black and my goal. Was to make music that always fit the mythical man in black now if Johnny cash human being as well, that's fine. But it didn't have to it was more important that it was. This sort of looming cartoon figure of who he was that's that's sort of. I thought you were going to say the exact opposite. I thought you're going to say we have been joined by a dog. But I thought you're gonna say my goal was to make music that fit the the human the human. No, he had hit even done that along the way, not always so successfully. Yeah. And I think it really went back to like, I think of the great Johnny cash moments. I shot a man in me. No just to watch him die the sort of outlaw figure now. Johnny cash in real life. Never shot a man in Reno just watch him die. But the mythical man in black did, and we responded, so it was more that it was more like these sort of grueling heavy introspective or revelatory thoughts because in real life..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Revisionist History

"I'm back with Rick. And I asked him about the origins of one of his most famous collaborations, Rick Rubin. Jewish kid from Long Island and the man in black. How we how did that happen, by the way, the Johnny cash thing? It's also unusual way. At happened was I had worked with almost all the artists had produced up until that time where young artists for first time artist and all the artist I signed were debut artists. And I thought it would be fun challenge to make a really good album with a great artist. Who may be hasn't done. Great work for a while. So it was more like a was like a puzzle to solve. And when I thought about the different great artists who weren't doing great work. I when it came up was Johnny cash thought is I mean, he's Johnny cash or you know, I try to turn the. Because you're. The line. You listen to much country. Not really so you think of him. And then you saw what comes next I ask what's going on with him is on record label. He's playing at that time is playing in like small dinner futures around falon that low. And he'd been dropped from his label sort of like he had been discarded by the industry at that time. And I think part of the reason that he was open to working with me wasn't because he believed in me or believed in the idea. I think he was excited that somebody cared enough to want to do something because nobody else did had he heard of you. I don't know if he had l think so why would have did he ever listen to hip hop. No. No. So you're just basically co calling. I mean through his people, I'm guessing and we met backstage at a dinner theater in Orange County. And I remember it being awkward both of us were pretty quiet who I remember sitting on the couch for a long time and not really talking. But feeling even though it was awkward I felt comfortable with them. Yeah. And there was no idea of what it would be at the time. It was just sort of. Let's go on this. Journey do something and find what's great. Did. He have I did he who is the one who I sort of. Suggested the idea of doing these strip down covers is at your idea. It wasn't it wasn't. Well, I won't. No. Stand at the gates of Bill. It's started where we were looking for songs, and we would get together. So in terms of finding the material that best fit his voice. We would do these demos basically solo demos. But there was no thought that that's what the record would be like it was more. The first stage of this. Expedition was figuring out the material that was gonna work. Give me an example of a song that doesn't fit his voice and tell me why it doesn't there's a handful of things one is he has the feel an affinity for it. If he if he doesn't feel it. It's much harder. Second is subject matter would have to make sense for in his case. It was different because there's Johnny cash the human being and the MS Johnny cash the mythical man in black and my goal. Was to make music that always fit the mythical man in black now if Johnny cash human being as well, that's fine. But it didn't have to it was more important that it was. This sort of looming cartoon figure of who he was that's that's sort of. I thought you were going to say the exact opposite. I thought you're going to say we have been joined by a dog. But I thought you're gonna say my goal was to make music that fit the the human the human. No, he had hit even done that along the way, not always so successfully. Yeah. And I think it really went back to like, I think of the great Johnny cash moments. I shot a man in me. No just to watch him die the sort of outlaw figure now. Johnny cash in real life. Never shot a man in Reno just watch him die. But the mythical man in black did, and we responded, so it was more that it was more like these sort of grueling heavy introspective or revelatory thoughts because in real life..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Broken Record

"It's definitely it's more strange than anything else is just and know what to make of it. Are you someone who's attached to your belongings? Not particularly I mean, I like the things I like, but but I feel like. Ultimately, it's just stuff. Yeah. And most stuff is replaceable in a way, it feels like a potential for a clean start. Yeah. When I moved from in town lived in a big old Spanish house filled with antiques when I moved to Malibu, I moved to this very empties N house that felt good. And this seems like an even more radical version of that where there's no house or stuff you've gone back to the oh, my Lord, traveling very light. Yeah. Have you talked to other people many there? Lots and lots of musicians available many musicians, many, friends and some people are reacting differently. Some people are really hysterical starkly upset some people are concerned with losing specific things. But there's the the reality of the situation. There isn't much think about whatever energy put into thinking about it won't change the situation. And it was thinking about it of all the you ask about the stuff. And when I was thinking about it last night. I got a little sad when I was kind of envisioning walking through the house. The the thing that made me saddest with trees, the trees are these big beautiful old trees that have been there for at least one hundred years. Yeah. And. You can always build a house, but the trees will never be those trees and so much of the personality of the place for me was the setting of the trees, so in that way, started thinking, oh really is a loss because those trees will likely not be there will you return to Malibu, I don't know. Lizzy? This was going to be broken record. Brought to you from Shangrila in beautiful Malibu. But now it's something else. So keep that in mind as you listened to the part of our conversation. The part that follows it was recorded in Malibu that doesn't exist anymore at little oasis that is no longer. A away says the grass is green sky was blue the trees beautiful. We sat in the main studio at Shangrila, all jumpy and ramped up as always Rick barefoot sitting crosslegged on one of the couches in the central studio. Talking softly like the OJ that he is. Appier time. Back then I had to ask about one of the Rick Rubin. Urban legends about the time. He played the famous New York punk club CBGB's in high school with his band, the pricks did he or did he not have his dad dress up in a policeman's uniform and shut down the show because the pricks too extreme even for CBGB's is true. The do really menu. It's possible. I honestly don't remember. But it's possible. And I remember even with early days of the beastie, boys. We would sort of manufacturer an incident Mia just exciting situations. Yeah. Yeah. This. This is consistent with your understanding of your dad's personality that he would play law. He would do that. Okay. Any any opportunity to perform as a policeman? Do you ever go back and listen to the music you played at that age? I do not. I haven't heard it in a long time. Yeah. What do you think? You would how do you think? You would. I don't honestly listen back to music I worked on at any point really not so much. Why is that? Just kind of moving forward. Yeah. I I rarely read things that I I also think when you put a lot of time into something you've already spent time with it like if you spent a thousand hours on a book, you don't want to spend more time you've really done that. Yeah. So same with music, we work on it for a long time. And by the time, it's done. It's done. Yeah. Yeah. Was there a point where you decided you would rather producing make music than perform it. I was on tour with the beastie, boys. The first beastie boy tour was opening from Donna, which was Madonna's. I tore the virgin beastie, boys. Open from dawn in from. Debbie's hilarious. Larry's..

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"rick rubin" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"rick rubin" Discussed on Revisionist History

"It's definitely it's more strange than anything else is just didn't know what to make of it. Are you someone who's attached to your belongings? Not particularly I mean, I like the things I like, but but I feel like. Ultimately, it's just stuff and most stuff is replaceable in a way, it feels like a potential for a clean start. Yeah. When I moved from. In town lived in a big old Spanish house filled with antiques when I moved to Malibu, I moved to this very empties N house and that felt good. And this seems like an even more radical version of that where there's no house or stuff you've gone back to the oh, my Lord, traveling very light. Yeah. Have you talked to other people many there? Lots and lots of musicians Malibu, many musicians, many, friends and some people are reacting differently. Some people are really hysterical starkly upset some people are concerned with losing specific things. But there's the the reality of the situation. There isn't much to think about whatever energy put into thinking about it won't change the situation. And it was thinking about it of all the you ask about the stuff. And when I was thinking about it last night. I got a little sad when. I was kind of envisioning walking through the house. The the thing that made me saddest with trees, the trees are these big beautiful old trees that have been there for at least one hundred years. Yeah. And. You can always build a house, but the trees will never be those trees and so much of the personality of the place for me was the setting of the trees. So in that way. I started thinking, oh really is a loss because those trees will likely not be there will you return to Malibu, I don't know. This was going to be broken record. Brought to you from Shangrila in beautiful Malibu. But now it's something else. So keep that in mind as you listened to the part of our conversation. The part that follows it was recorded in Malibu that doesn't exist anymore at little oasis. That is no longer a says, the grass is green sky was blue the trees beautiful. We sat in the main studio at Shangrila, all jumpy and ramped up as always Rick barefoot sitting crosslegged on one of the couches in the central studio. Talking softly like the OJ that he is. Appier time. Back then I had to ask about one of the Rick Rubin. Urban legends about the time. He played the famous New York punk club CBGB's in high school with his band, the pricks did he or did he not have his dad dress up in a policeman's uniform and shut down the show because the pricks too extreme even for CBGB's is true. The do really menu. It's possible. I honestly don't remember. But it's possible. And I remember even with early days of the beastie, boys. We would sort of manufacturer an incident Mia just exciting situations. Yeah. Yeah. This. This is consistent with your understanding of your dad's personality that he would play law. He would do that. Okay. Any any opportunity to perform as a policeman? Do you ever go back and listen to the music you played at that age? I do not. I haven't heard it in a long time. Yeah. What do you think? You would how do you think? You would. I don't honestly listen back to music I worked on at any point really not so much. Why is that? Just kind of moving forward. Yeah. I I rarely read things that I also think when you put a lot of time into something you've already spent time with it. If you've spent a thousand hours on a book, you don't want to spend more time you've really done that. Yeah. So same with music, we work on it for a long time. And by the time, it's done. It's done. Yeah. Yeah. Was there a point where you decided you would rather producing make music than perform it. I was on tour with the beastie, boys. The first beastie boy tour was opening from Donna, which was Madonna's. I tore the virgin beastie, boys. Open from dawn in from. Debbie's hilarious. Larry's..

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