17 Burst results for "Robert glass"

"robert glass" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"robert glass" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One priority I want change we all want change superintendent Dr Robert glass wants funding for a more secure entry system they can come in you can check their ID you can run it through your scanning system and then that this can get no further James flippant W. O. R. news the MTA is investigating after video surfaced showing a bus driver spitting on a woman in Brooklyn the driver got off his B. twenty five bus at Fulton Street at Ashton place over in the Lauren hill then ran and met up with a woman before spitting in her face and running back to board his bus the reason for the attack is not known neither is the date from watching footage the MTA says it's already pulled the driver off service as it looks into the incident following the city's first confirmed coronavirus case the MTA's scrubbing down all that strange vehicles and facilities in the hopes of stopping the virus from spreading even further so frequently used surfaces including turnstiles metrocard machines seats benches grab bars poles and handrails will be reportedly disinfected every seventy two hours long time MSNBC host Chris Matthews abruptly quit his show earlier on Monday ABC's Dave Packer but the details see that's meant was abrupt I'm retiring this is the last hard bristle at these opening is M. S. N. B. C. show with the news which comes days after G. Q. ran a column by freelance journalist Laura Bassett she alleges Matthews aspirin a make up room in twenty sixteen quote why have I fallen in love with you yet compliments on a woman's appearance than some men including me might have once incorrectly thought were okay we're never okay not Dan is certainly not today and for making such comments in the past I'm sorry M. S. N. B. C. says they'll be rotating subs in the time slot for the time being and the news is sponsored by the ad council there's no guidebook to adopting a teen but that's okay because you don't have to know it all to be a perfect pairs go to adopt to use.

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"robert glass" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

Talkhouse Podcast

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"robert glass" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast

"Been wanting to get you on forever. Finally, it's time, it's happening. Yes. And, and listeners this came together because and I working together on putting on a show for your daily ward. It clean the Queen he will. Appear with Kelsey Liu on a future episode from the series, we recorded at form, and I happened to mention that we'd recorded an episode with Robert glass, per and view. Farka Toure a, you're pretty psyched about this. Same ration-, I had airs Kelsey Liu, I had, when you mentioned, Robert glass, burn, fear frock, Teret. It was kind of a match made in heaven, to see your fucking, Tori, and Robert glass for in conversation, kind of represents both ends of okay player. And okay, Africa's companies that I direct events for and just on a personal level as a first generation African American here in the US, Robert glass, per represents that side of music for me, and that true, lack American experience as far as like black radio goes and then via Farka Toure, as like this giant in African music. It's kinda like you grow up. You know his music he study it. So to see them come together and see the similarities between both of them was just like a perfect show of kind of what goes on in my head. When it comes to music. And they are both such sick musicians crazy now for listeners who may be unfamiliar Robert glass, Bor is an award winning jazz pianist, and producer with a cool handful of Grammys on the shelf. He leads his own outfits. That's the Robert glass, retrea, oh, and Robert glass per experiment. He also works with a lot of other artists Casey Kendrick Lamar hiatus Coyote. He has all these film scores under his belt. He does he bagged a primetime EMMY for outstanding original music and lyrics that was for the Avon Duvernois directed documentary. Sales letter to the free, exactly. And with those guys glass per makes up the group August green who dropped their self titled debut last year, which is so mazing. Yeah, listeners to get just one facet of Robert glass. Bers many sounds. Let's check out his track limitations and vibrations. Everything that dude touches is amazing.

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Where coast episodes dinner? No, we all suppose those description of the episode or the information about the episode. That's where we post links to the information that we talked about as well as the song that we ride out on mile. I heard a remix of this Robert glass for experiments track by Katryn oughta Kafer not producer artists that talked about frequently on here or at least have right on music. And this one is a remix of this Robert class for experiments song. No one like you. But I mean, I don't know if Chris daddy, Dave is the one playing these drums or if they've been programmed by Katryn oughta, but drummers put on your thinking caps. You're gonna, you're gonna. Wanna start shed and after you hear this track well, yet to really good track. No one like you Katryn out of this. All right. We're gonna ride out on that. We will be back tomorrow because it is a daily podcast. We'll talk to you. No. I can't say, can't. Let's just say..

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"For fame accolades, the different walk than fighting for personal integrity and make an art that does compromise yourself for money. I'm confused as to why such a principal musician who thought I stole from his friends with show it to work for me anyway. I'm saying, I asked the same question if that was that was hypocrisy or opportunism instead of genuine interest. It would further explain why artists will feel the need to play his or her guard up. That's right. Like it's so weird. He came in with bad energy and then went, I can't believe she didn't like me. It's like you came in and going, you fucking thief. You don't have any right to like to hire and fire your bands. You don't have any right to tell us to change shit, you. You going to take what I want. He was Daniel from insecure and they got mad Arab out the share. I don't understand what the fuck you weren't the relationship as you worked for her. That's the only choice you really have is yes or no, I'll take the check or you can easily say, no. If you convinced you're such a fucking Charlotte, I don't get it and he's still got a grudge decades anyway. No matter how incredible the musicians who play with me are my name is on the marquee. They expect to make it all come together on me. The risk of financial losses are on me, hints my vibe though. Not the only consideration is the priority. I'm saying if if the show was plucked up because she said y'all just do, which I want is musician is just play it the way I feel like playing these folks have been like, Yep, Mario had a terrible concert, not Lauren hill, but it was really Robert glass where he did some things you know and when it is fucked up on her, nobody ever blamed her band when it's fucked up. Just on her. That's it. Few people actually know what the road is like, but many want to judge and comment have never having never done it, tribe doing what I've done yourself. If nothing else, you will gain some insight into respect for my process during the time. It question. I also believe I was playing a lot of new music controversial content for me. Rehearsal was about ready in myself for the battle. I knew I was internet to simply. Not allowing a system to pimp me if I was on edge. I had a good reason to be, but as my seriousness and militancy in the face of tremendous resistance was misinterpreted as meanness or that I was unloving earn caring with my true intent was to protect. I wouldn't have. I wouldn't be the first black person accused of this. I don't think a Harriet Tubman skills as those are holsters, man. This is the second black woman and bring her hair Tom in this week, but rather a relentless dedication to helping people who want to out of an oppressive paradigm hashtag. I get out people also unwilling to play. The game might have found that environment. Refreshing straight talk, isn't devoid of love. It's just avoid a bullshit. Yeah, I think if anything, what she. What she overestimated people was thinking that they would come and be like on her shit because he's an industry that thing is designed to do the exact opposite of what she wants to do as how if you don't express that upfront and very vocal about it, especially since she didn't do any interviews about it. And she took such a long time off. I can see how musician coming in and out. It'd be like now we just do like I do it for everybody else, and she's like, that's not the goal like, I actually don't want to just go out and play the same songs and shit. I actually want to change it up and it's like, Nah, I as a musician. I don't wanna do that. This is why, why? Well, let's get. You know, I do. Wanna get famous. I do want it to be easy. You know, which I can't blame them musician. 'cause I understand like everybody wants their job to be easy. Just declared an urban legend that somehow people still believe. I do not hate white people. I do. However, despite the system of entitlement and oppression set up to exploited people who are different. I do see this case since I came out of nowhere. It didn't. One of the main reasons you had a career derail is because quote was basically attributed to her..

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Yes. I wanted this Trump. Listen to allow Gusmao through this Audi indictments these turning the bitches they are, but he in common people, all kinds of names. The puck goes and everything. Bencher pitching nigger niching. All right. We ask our views tunes. Let's read those ABC judo says bra five dollars that Robert glass bin for scrawls episode was her Larry's. I'll try to listen to it at the office, but I'll cry hired. I had to pack my stuff up and call it a day. You guys ought to best thanksgiving through my day. One question though, how come you have covered the story about the white girl, South Carolina, trying to get out of a ticket by saying, third way, clean white girl. She tried to keep it real. It really went it really wrong. They arrived, can't they're out of Canada from dre. I'm be honest, and I have the article say, okay, no, I keep there is so much shit happening. Can't keep up. You understand. The invents is like apprentice image itself has really changed our podcast because now if some like it could be something that really wouldn't be news like no, no offense to this does happen to the people adding tuten, but it really be like a black man wanted to buy so Nike's, but then the footlocker ref call the police on them. Right. And now back in the day, that wouldn't have made it to the news. 'cause like, yeah. Well, he said she said or. You know? Yes. I mean, I guess it's not that big a deal, but now with these fucking cell phones, we get him on camera and you see to do being like negative, are ten and a half, and I won't get out of here for grabbed the whipping, right, and now as viral. And so now it's instead of getting like a couple of racist things happening every day that we can talk about. We're getting like ten races fucking things every day, like there's no way to keep up. So some of this shit. Either, isn't that important or we just don't get to that segment of the show every day, right? So I have dog if some races have and I have it, you understand, I have a lot of shade be new to me. I go last time I know of his BB a lot who what so trust is just a matter of time if we ever get to it. I can't even imagine what the fuck the. I can't even imagine what the archive of our fucking with black people looks like. At this point, it must go back hundreds and hundreds of articles does prop. Father does slowly. I don't think we're ever catch up. We're gonna have a catcher, but we bought it covers. They'll be old. Yeah. I mean, it is what it is. Man, you know some of the stuff I just honestly man, it's a heart fucking will. Blackie was a hard segment because it's a fine line between like some depressant ads like ENA funny about this, right? It's going to drain the host show and in like the funny sheet that we can laugh at, we were like, Wrexham so ridiculous. You know. So sometimes you know, that segment is like it appeal weird. We like this white girl said, I'm third rail white woman, and in the next article is and it's like, man got strangled by the police in front is children's. Fugger black people thought to be like, nobody know who's trouble we seen, yes, we're very, very haphazard say, but I'm pretty sure I got the the white woman talking about being. Some some thoroughbred white woman. I'm sure I got a whole lot. Yeah, here it is. I'm a white girl. I'm white clean girl..

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Slaughterhouse tattoos, Mr., aka, help him look better naked. Got to build it out to you because I need to. I wanna do some. She. 'cause you got to you got a newborn baby body. Yeah, we need to decorate. You must moisture. Coconut oil. And this is going to be a PG thirteen episode of the podcast because we have another special guest in a room right now. Do you wanna say, look at you smiling goals as on the right quick quick, Santa, Mike. Wishing may tonight. Nickname. He koege. We got cake. Annoy me. Presence Lloyd skied my tone. Well, you know, I think about it mistake maybe taken over voice reason today since she Callixte dollars for bad words, and I already dollar as it is. So, yeah. I give it to your mom, mom sweat right now. A good amount of money. Sunday. Your grandma had thirteen. Don't tell our business. We're having at home, stay at home. And then they go on in this house. Somebody needs an old grandma put with him. Robert glassberg said that a Lauren, he'll hasn't done enough to act the way that she acts. I mean, Shawna a blade, you know, basically. So I was aware that people had not gotten paid for the work that they did on the miseducation learn here. I was aware of that I didn't realize that it was kind of like a very like, well known thing that a lot of those songs pretty much stolen. What do you mean hurt people's app? Now, this is only I had, I don't know if this exactly what he was saying. It's been implied by Robert Glasser as well. Some people that I've talked to in the music industry as after seeing this come out that the song that she sang on miseducation learn, he'll actually other people's song that she took for herself now I can believe some of that. Yeah, like the song. What is it lost one, you know, I can believe that that one was stolen. Now if it her very, very well, but considering what she was doing at the time with her life considering that she was, you know, mess well, why club it was married and all that the message she hasn't that song. It's kind of inconsistent why she was living. But then you know, songs like Zion songs, like when it hurt so bad. I can. I can feel like she might of contributed. I feel like that was kinda have to ask the question, what's the definition of stealing? Because she was so big. Song. Yeah. I mean, like five grabby. They did. Yeah, it's a communique money, but some of those that were that like worked on the album, dear, sue, her, India, get paid. But like, you know, one thing, one thing that I thought was very interesting was that they said that, you know, don't look her in the eye and only refer to her as miss he'll. And so he was like, he made sure to look. And she said, Robert, take your back from the top, and he said, okay, Lauren. You know. So maybe Robert glassberg. I mean, he's, he's, he's, he's, he's got a body of work, speaks for itself like he's making money and he has really good, good, good music, you know, and he's consistent and he's done it for years now. I know that we all learn here from the storage assay, but Robert glass for arguably is a better musician in her, you know? So I mean, if he says something like this, I kinda gotta rock with it. She I know somebody that knows her personally musician nor a vocalist, and you hear a variety of things about her an array of different opinions..

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"This podcast. You've come to the wrong fucking place. I don't care if she never shows to another show her life as she feels. Everybody's music is gonna be team or he'll you just gotta do it. He's going to be out here like all is going to be like day do matters. That's a great point. I never heard nobody make that point the way that Queen miss he'll made it. So that's number one. Number two, she paid five million dollars in the lawsuit. I consider it settle day. Consider settle. I don't understand what the problem is. They got they Murphy. I mean, that's the whole point of the suing. You got five me Donald, shut the fuck. Oh, jesus. Named of Newark, okay. It's not like nobody knew other people worked on that album. They just wouldn't blew up. They just wanted auto credit. Okay, that's all. But they still ain't made another Lauren hill since then, why haven't those four people combined to get? I don't know to Yana Taylor and be like you the new law hill. You go out here and sing rap and make this motherfucker. Money aimed, we'll we'll, we'll call you fucking liar. Here we make another one. Why can't they do that? Make another me. While people can change, it's reasonable to expect the person to give someone with the known pattern, a clean slate when Dillon with them. If missiles pattern is a treat musicians poorly, she's already starting to show those signs on the gig. You're doing a favor for a friend. Seriously, Robert glasses, I- generations Quincy Jones, even when. Okay. Now you listen. Then don't take the gig. Like how you gonna act surprise. I don't like her and I think she shady well, then don't take the gig anyway force you to fucking take the gig quick. Go home. You got no money didn't play. I don't understand like. You, you knew this, your professional they would. That's the job. That's the job. You knew you professional musician before you took this shit. I don't like her. I heard three people back. No, I do not want to work for Lauryn Hill. You talk about replacing bands all the time. We'll let overplay show as I understand what problem is got damaged Robert classroom, and you and your stands wasn't name y'all high. The glasshouse. I don't think y'all even does that. And the glass hoppers Giacobbe called the glass hoppers y'all have been in my mentions behind this. No name. No talents became Queen other. Never on my watch, and I'm never giving up what taking him is back. One may indeed have a chip on their shoulder, and while there's a longer in my spirit about this is not getting the recognition like writers for TV and movies, not know what these positions went on to do doesn't mean they have had their hands and other classics. So I'll say, make another Lauren, he'll they don't mean had Johann in something make another one matter of fact you go be Lauren here. Okay. Is that easy? It's so easy. For instance, Robert glass is accredited writer and played on four or five songs onto pimple butterfly not to mention his two thousand twelve Grammy for best Rb album or the other three Grammys. Oh, like they gave a Dell of be, I say, oh, the Grammys. Oh, so good. Let me know what he wanted to BT award or the enemy. He definitely should have taken this miss heel to miss hill I though, but maybe he was too busy touring with August green, what she's busy too, but you know what?.

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"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"MS. He'll more than whoever the have Robert glass with things is. I don't know. I'm not, and he'll so now she'll go on tour to one of my boys, but this particular Japan to do shows in Japan while she's in Japan, she's holding on this in the hotel in the ballroom for her. So what Javanese we will not be able to play music. This kind of racist to me down raises y'all, Robert glass don't want people to compete with Javanese people. What kind of. Japanese people get jobs lamb using. Okay, right. And she hard them then that's what she was trying to do. She was additioning them to see if they were better than the banshee brought because if they were a y'all will thank you coming out. Take your back to America me and his Japanese ban are gonna play. Now I'll give him more people opportunities, but a lot of times he just black, manages wanna, be the white people of black people. They want to monopolize black woman time. If this would have been prints, they would have been up here like, you know, what is a conic, legendary story. Remember what prints came in and he had his band was not playing good enough and he auditioned Aban, right? And they mother fucking face and he went on and performed all night long with this band. Everybody all my guy I stand, I said, but was mother comes in and say about miss, he'll an icon and a legend. And then we just take his word for it because he ain't too. If you concerts. Time. Why? How quickly alter, no, somebody on a black woman. How about y'all? Kids will Robert glass route y'all wanna help somebody. I've never. Said, I've never heard of his music, but the way people he's really good. Oh, good. Because he's hitting on a black woman care. Don't fall for that shit. No. The band's goods. She gets best musicians, the bands always. She's has thing where things so anyway, anyway. So the last rehearsal they come begging around the everybody like that. Couldn't pain happy. You basically like if you're not cool, you could leave. I didn't need that is making money on my own. I have my own career as I'm like, what the impact of even be Patty. My be petty. I'm going home. I'm going to do good. Bye. Go, it's on the fire. The minor do twice job. I have to pay then ain't shit to Mizzou. She can go there before the Tamarine by herself. She got to she legacy was even trying to give y'all shine and you mad salty like that beef Patty. The look. I'm the principal. I'm the, I'm the player from the principal panel. I know they need me right the tomorrow. Mathilde something I'm going home. I walk out the manager runs, and first of all before these even came in my indeed, my friend was like, just, you know, don't look. They're not. Caller, miss hill. So rumors respect out of respect. What's wrong with that is that's hard to do. It sounds like you came into it with a funky attitude and you didn't respect her before you even took the gay then don't take the. I'm sorry. Like I know you want me to feel bad for him, but I don't feel bad in right now, say no. You know. Yes, they would. That's the job. That's the job. You knew what it was when you got the job. Ain't nobody else wanting around the plane in like this about her, but Joe s. fifteen musicians, but all of them quiet hell out here. Chase clear. They was cool. I know about her rival late, not being on time either. So this just him hating..

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So that's juniors jam by robert glass from the movie miles ahead that's what's i'm i'm not not sure sure yeah that particular song is not sung like miles i thought it was i wanted to have quintessentially miles about this but actually is a character in the movie named junior who was a fan of miles who you know so that's junior playing so that's the young hot cat then miles walks into a club and he sees this young guy playing in miles is kinda mesmerized by this young guys playing so that's what this is kyanne herald that's actually keen on herrell great trumpet player he actually is the voice of trumpet voice of miles in the movie and he plays the trumpet voice of jillian on this as well but that's what that was so that's not necessarily a prediction of miles i got you i got you but it's in the air you know of like seventy you mid seventies lot of nice music on this i wanna ask what it was like to work with don cheadle because i understand he was super involved with the music right who's very involved he's a horrible actor i love our dom he's he's incredible a lot of people don't know that he's he's really he so musical he played saxophone in high school you know and so i wanna say he got some kind of scholarship to go to college for saxophone and he learned the trumpet for six years before filming the movie so a lot of most of the fingerings and everything are actually correct like i've sat down in play tunes with time while he's playing trumpet so this wasn't a fluke he really like learning instrument and i literally like when we talk music we can actually talk to real desertions on a high level speaking with theory and everything modes and you know all that kind of stuff so it was it was really cool to be able to do that with him sometime it can be frustrating china talk musical terms with someone who knows nothing about music on the other hand i i mean i have to ask you i could imagine that if if you're scoring the music and the director is super into music knows music really well himself yup it can be very frustrating that what you're gonna say i wanted to ask you that was the case totally was the case because you know it's it's easier when one person doesn't really know then like cool i'll take it sounds good to me but don is such a perfectionist you know he'll be like yeah liked it but could you take that flat out i'm like wait what no you know so so could replace that with this or i was thinking more of a fridge in mode for the you know he could really get in there so sometimes it was frustrating because i literally have to do ten different you know interpretations of something and then he'll be like that's it perfect on the eleventh one you know what i mean so how well that's kind of what it is when you when you when you're when you're scoring movie that's kind of what it is and it was really good training how well did he channel miles davis in your view i mean like i said i don't know miles i never met him but from what i saw it was absolutely on point and from what i know of all the other people that know miles like france vince wilburns mas his nephew an aaron miles of sun you know they're sitting there like wow every time you know this is kinda scary at one point vince i leave the room because it was so weird you know what i mean so it's it's when he makes family members leave the room because it's so reminiscent you gotta say like that's that's absolutely amazing well robert glassberg i wanna thank you for joining us it's been such a pleasure talking to you thank you this hour appreciate it thanks that's robert glass for his new album is everything's beautiful you can.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Ghetto walk from everything's beautiful robert glass bers new cd reimagining miles davis you said this track really kicks off the album how so i just feel like it's a like i love the temple i love the vibe of it and i love the fact of what it's speaking to you know what i mean it's just it's speaking it's it's the has more of a a message that's reflecting the times of now what's going on with the the killings you know the police killings and people you know just everything educational system you know where we the the state that black people specifically are in now so kind of speaks to that kind of sets the tone for the as well so i i like that i had such a good time listening this album last night i just replayed it and replayed it replayed it while i made dinner for my son while i try get ready for this show and i gotta say it has a real sand that just kind of finds a way to just it it just seeps in so i say congratulations it's just a wonderful sounding a lot of people tell me that they say like my albums in general like they can study to them and do stuff they put the money they do stuff with so it's also kind of zan rhythm that kind of sinks in i wanna talk to go go ahead robert no i just i like albums to have a mood you know what i mean and i feel like that's what's missing a lot of records mood you know what i mean i'm very i'm very big on move saying basically i love i love specific moods where you know and it feels like it feels like a thought in a in a purpose a bunch of different tracks that have nothing to do with each other interesting it's it's it's got a great mood i'd love to talk a little bit about how you did it because one of the things is that you had access to sony's entire miles archive all the individual tracks and the song we just listened to you wrote that around a sample from the original miles davis song but having access to all that that must've been just felt like a treasure trove of its resources yeah it was awesome it was it was too much information you know like i literally went in there and they're like you can have whatever you want that was like you know so i i have so much obviously didn't take it all i have so much i can do like five hours with the modest i could be more than that actually with amount of stuff that have so it was it was amazing to just go in there and you know i was i literally was like pull up you know i haven't put up some of my favorite miles albums you know like you know you know pull up esp and you know pull up mouse miles and pull up you know whatever jack johnson you know all these different albums and you know some some albums were in in the later period so there were more tracks to pull from earlier kucic stuff a lot of it was just to track you know about robert want to play another track this is the first one it's called talking i'm going to say s because this is a family program not supposed to say the word but talking s the first track on the album it samples miles davis's own voice from various studio recording session just got another another great groove and i love hearing miles davis voiceless little of this sunk thank ozone policy goes on all the time there's a track from everything's beautiful robert glasses new cd tell.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"With songs inspired by miles davis out now he also scored don cheetos miles davis move about miles davis miles ahead and robert glass per welcome to on point it's a great pleasure to have very excited about this conversation vicki thanks we having so i want just start off i wanna make sure we leave a lot of room in this hour not only take their calls but to hear a lot of music but but let me start with this question i mean it seems like a gutsy undertaking reinterpreting miles davis when when you were asked to do this did you jump at the opportunity where you daunted at all about taking it on actually when i was asked to do this i was asked to do this in the middle of while i was scoring the movie so the scoring of the movie was the harder of the two so when i was asked to just reinterpret the music that was the easy part for me because of movie was dr part i was like oh finally something easy yeah i can do this i can do this either so say more we're gonna talk more about the movie later but but why was why was it what was so hard about scoring the move i've never scored the movie so there was a learning curve it was a super learning curve and you know i was in europe most of the time while i was calling the movie i was on tour in the middle of i was scoring the movie which is another hard part and it's just it's miles davis which is the whole that's that's when the finger biting comes in my gosh how am i gonna do this now so it was it was all that all that stuff over the years there've been there've been lots of salutes two miles davis you wanted to do something different with with this cd wh what did you want to do what did you want to avoid i want to void been redundant because a lot of the tributes here for miles have been kind of redundant and you've heard it before and you know and i didn't want to do that and what i wanted to in wanted i wanted to introduce miles to young audience that are not jazz vans for the most part you know what i mean so this this record really isn't for the jazz fan i might i hope jazz fans like it you know what i mean if you don't that's fine you know what i mean but this record it isn't for you i don't wanna preach i didn't want to require a lot of people in the when they do tribute albums or whatever it is the preaching to the choir and that they're not broadening audience yeah so if i understand base yeah finder stand you really i mean you don't you're not in love with the idea of producing music for the jazz purist right not at all yeah not at all i mean if that's what it's four then okay if i'm doing a jazz project and it's four jazz the jazz peers for the jazz audience then okay then that's what i'm doing but this in this particular situation you know they asked me to do it specifically because i have a broader audience in probably most jazz musicians you know what i mean and so this album was to reach a broader audience which it did you know it's number one in the jazz charts number five on the arm be charts and number ten on the hip hop arm be chart billboard at the same time album that must make you feel great it's awesome you know and that's kind of been my thing because that same thing happened with black radio both black radio albums they both they are debut on the jazz charts number one at the same time they top five on a hip are hip hop arm beach arts of their with riyan drake literally you know what i mean so that's i feel like that's what i'm here for i feel like i'm the bridge you know what i mean so that's kind of what i like to do you know kind of i feel like it gives jazz new breath and it really just browns the audience in open people's minds more you know listeners we're talking to robert glass he's a grab grammy award winning pianist and producer his new album is everything's beautiful reimagined interpretations of the music of miles davis what's your question about this reinterpretation we're going to hear a lot of music what's your question about miles davis about robert glassberg give us a call one eight hundred four two three eight to five that's one eight hundred four to three talk and robert let's take let's listen.

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"robert glass" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

FuseBox Radio Broadcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on FuseBox Radio Broadcast

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So that's juniors jam by robert glass from the movie miles ahead that's what's not true yeah meticulous song is not song like miles oh i thought it was i wanted to quote essentially miles about logo actually is a character in the movie named junior who was a fan of miles who you know so that's a junior playing so that's the young hot cat that miles walks into a club and he sees as young guy playing in miles it's kind of mesmerized by these young guys clinton so that's what this is the key on hero this that's actually kion herro great trumpet player um he actually is the voice of the trump a boys of miles in the movie and he plays the trump a boise jr in on this as well but that's what that was so that's not necessarily a a prediction of miles picture i i gotcha gotcha but it's in the error of like seventy mid70s modernized music on this i want to ask what it was like to work with don cheadle because i understand he was super involved with the music prime he's very involve he's a horrible actor um um allow bruguera he's he's incredible a lot of people don't know that he's suit he's really he so musical he'd played saxophone in high school so i want wanna say he got some type of scholarship to go the college for saxophone and he learned the trump it for six years before filming the movie so a lot of the most of the fingering everything are actually correct like i've sat down and play tunes with done while he's playing trump so this wasn't a fluke he really like learn the instrument and i could literally like when we talk of music we can actually talk like to rubies itions on a high level speaking with theory in everything modes and you know all that kind of stuff so it it was it was really cool to be able to do that with him sometime it can be frustrating china todd musical terms with someone who knows nothing about music on the other hand i i mean i have to ask you i could imagine that if if your scoring the music and the director is super in the music and no.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Yeah the kfqd ew me this is on point i'm anthony brooks in for tom ash book we're talking musician and producer robert glass for his new album is everything's beautiful inspired by miles davis it pushes and blends the boundaries of jazz hip hop in seoul for listening right now too yeah from class spurs 2012 grammy award winning album black radio you can join the conversation what's your question to robert class for one eight hundred four two three eight two five five 2000 43 talk you can also follow us on twitter finest on facebook had on point radio and robert we've got out a still a whole bunch of callers backed up in and i know they're good so i want to get to them so let's jump right into a few more tommy is glowing from killed martic virginia tommy here on the hey um i i started playing to trumpet in fifth grade after my father brought home the miles david's reporting that summer i have been playing the cello but it was too busy to take on the bus so they wanted me to switch instrument um is at a time when my my peer group was listening to uh facts youth boys an instinct sort of this this very poppy kind of music uh i became obsessed with lifting to these miles davis recordings these kind of blue note era use x and i would play them over and over again and practice the finger he's my trumpet um years later i bought my first book of music with actual locations of miles davis and um i didn't know what to do it was full of all of these kind of archaic scrawlings and bizarre squid we lines and and things that i had never seen and classical music uh obviously you talked about this this kind of set of tools that have musician has and part of the reason miles davis the so incredible is the way that he use the instruments uh he experimented entr.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This is this is on point i'm anthony brooks infra time ashcroft we're talking with robert weisberg jazz pianist grammy winner record producer he's collaborated with everyone from stevie wonder the kendrick lamar this is milestone from glass for his new album everything's beautiful that's robert on the keys accompanying singer and rapper georgia animal dros interpretation of the classic miles davis tune milestones you can join the conversation are you a fan of robert glass for what's your question for him about miles daves about jazz of the twentyfirst century where at one eight hundred four two three eight two five five that's one eight hundred 43 talk ross on twitter and you can find us on facebook at on point radio and robert before the break before i had to cut you off i you're just sort of getting going talking about hearing miles davis's voice and this is another song where where we hear his voice milestones what are we learn about him what are we learn about the kind of bandleader he was when you actually sort of focus on what he's saying yeah that's the thing you know you don't allott most people that you don't get to here how he can beck says sessions you know you just hit the ending the in product and i want it i wanted people to here you know the different metaphors we know that he speaks to the musicians so they can kind of understand what he's saying because he that he did that he's not very direct what he says that he lived in say play the tom and play the crash on this beat you know he's not that baghdad like paint t paints with this with his words you know i i was looking at this great quote on this track i think at some point he says he got a cool a little bit man i mean you got a leading carrying exact.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Is it for you i don't wanna preach i do want to preach to the choir the loudly when every grenade do tribute albums or whatever it is they're preaching to the choir in the not they're not broaden in the audience yes so if i andrian base yeah if i understand you really i mean you don't you're not in love with the idea of producing music for the jazz purist right now though yeah not at all i mean if that's what it's four then okay if i'm doing a jazz project in its for the jazz the jazz periods for the jazz audience than okay than that's what i'm doing but this in this particular situation you know they asked me to do it specifically because i have a broader audience than probably most jazz musicians you know what i mean and so this album was to reach abroad early it's which it did he know it's number one in the jazz charts is number five on a rb charts and number ten on the hip hop aren't be charged one billboard at the same time one album mount un cast obama's mikhial gregg it's all awesome you know and that's kind of been my thing because the same thing happened with black radio both black radio albums they both they are debut them on the jazz charge number one at the same time they debuted top five on the hip aarp hip hop armed beach arts here of their with rianta injury literally you know what i mean so that's how i feel like that's what i'm here for him i feel like i'm the bridge either me so that's kind of what i like to do you know kind of i feel like a gives jazz a new breath and it it really just bronze the audience in opens people's minds a more you know listeners we're talking to robert glass parisa grab grammy award winning pianist him producer his new album is everything's beautiful reimagined interpretations of the music of miles davis what's your question about this reinterpretation we're gonna hear a lot of music what's your question about miles davis about robert clasp or give us a call one eight hundred four two three eight two five five that's one eight hundred four to three talk and robert let's take let's listen to one of the first tracks from the album it's called get a walk in and.

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"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"robert glass" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Don't from wbur boston an npr try anthony brooks in for tom ashshuruk and this is on point to be linked gear two at slow as she lay is spite is training in the new york jazz all canas robert glassmann's doesn't want to be defined exclusively by the jazz label he want to grammy for his two thousand twelve genre crossing album black radio which fused jazz with hip soul rb he produced the music for don cheetos movie about miles davis and his new album everything's beautiful is inspired by the legendary davis another jazz player who defied labels glass burst samples davis's original tracks composes around them collaborates with every one for the erika by for hearing now to stevie wonder this hour on point the pianist in producer robert glass we interprets miles status gained you can join ozone air online what's your question for robert spur are you listening to his new album everything's beautiful we're at one eight hundred four two three eight two five five that's one eight hundred four to three talk you can also join us any time at one point radio dot org horror on twitter and facebook and on point radio joining us now from new york is robert glass for grammy winning jazz pianist and recording producer his new album everything's beautiful with songs inspired by miles davis is out now he also scored don cheetah lls miles davis moved about miles davis miles ahead and robert glass per welcome to re on point it's a great pleasure to have in very excited about this conversation thank you thanks for having me so i wanna just start off i wanna make sure we leave a lot of room in this hour not only to take your calls but to hear a lot of music but but let me start with this question i mean it seems like a gutsy undertaking reinterpreting miles davis would when when you were asked to do this.

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