35 Burst results for "St Vincent"
"st vincent" Discussed on Music Swap
"Hi, I'm rich. My son and co host Jack and I get together weekly to swap and discuss albums and songs that have had an impact on us, and we get to find out what the other thinks about our selections. Welcome to music swap. Hey everyone, welcome back to episode 21 of music swap. We've got a good one today with myself rich and Jack. Me. All right, so last week we discussed rocks your lame ass by hagfish and actor by St. Vincent. That's right. A St. Vincent album. And then we had that awesome foreign language track. Yoko shitsu. By shina Ringo. Sheena Ringo. She's cool. I think. All right. Yeah. It sounded like she was cool from this stuff you told us, but I don't really know for sure. I'm only listening to one album. But everything I hear about her seems cool and awesome. Yeah. We've got a really good lineup this week. It's really just stuff that, I mean, it wasn't a reach for me at all because it's all stuff that I know very well. I selected master of puppets by Metallica, so a little bit of resurgence there, popularity wise, thanks to Stranger Things. And then you selected when I'm very familiar with, what was that? Whatever and ever I meant by Ben folds 5. Yes. I like that one a lot. And then the song for this week is Jane says by Jane's addiction. Yeah. Yeah. Cool. Well, I guess we'll jump right into it then. Yes. All right, album chat. So for
Ivana Trump's life to be celebrated at a funeral Mass in NYC
"Ivana Trump's life is going to be celebrated at a funeral mass in New York City today Her three children with the former president Ivanka Don Junior and Eric are expected to gather at St. Vincent Ferrara Roman Catholic Church on Manhattan's upper east side Authorities say the 73 year old's death last week was an accident after a fall down the stairs at her town house Ivana is from czechoslovakian was a competitive skier then she met Donald Trump and was married to him from 1977 to 92 during that time she assisted with his businesses including managing a New Jersey casino and the Plaza redesign a very public and nasty divorce followed but in recent years they were friendly and Ivana was a big supporter of his 2016 presidential campaign Julie Walker New York
"st vincent" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"That a four year old can draw. And I do think that is some of the appeal here as well. I thought the animation was really great, particularly there was one shot that floored me, actually, which was when I believe auto, the minion is biking through the desert. And it's all the elements of nature, like cascading over him and this sped up shot. And I was like, wow, it was truly inspired for a minions move. I know the word I was definitely taking away from minions the rise of groot was inspired. Absolutely. I did want to kind of close with a question about the soundtrack. I was really not expecting a soundtrack for this particular film to feature the likes of tame Impala, Phoebe bridger's her Brittany Howard rizza St. Vincent and thundercat. I mean, this is like a cool indie soundtrack of all these artists playing staple canon songs from the 70s. What did you think of the soundtrack in the way it's integrated into this film? I like it. I think some of the songs on the soundtrack are interesting choices where I'm like, I would never think Caroline polachek could do Nancy Sinatra, you know? I never would have pegged St. Vincent as a funky town cover artist, you know? And I think that speaks to what we've been talking about about this movie specifically in the minions franchise sort of bridging together like older and younger audiences because I'm not going to say that like a child will recognize hearing thundercat, but it kind of speaks to the sort of universality of the movie because the fly like an equal cover is like when they're in the airplane and I thought that was so silly. I was like, wow, thundercat in this moment kind of base. That's so cool. I can't even speak. To three and.
"st vincent" Discussed on Music Swap
"I feel like it's sort of in that same sort of vein as cocteau twins even, which I know I almost keep mentioning them on every episode. 5 for 5. Yeah. Like you and Björk on the floor. Oh, yeah. The lyrics don't have to mean anything, but they can if you really want to put some thought into it. I mean, definitely this one more than cocktail coins. Because there's like actually meaning behind these. Like, it's really centered around the melody and that atmosphere. Like melody and atmosphere, and that's like, it's just great. It's so pretty, it's so fun. It's funny because each album you've recommended, like they are different, but I feel like there's recurring themes in all of them, like atmosphere. Yeah, I use a lot at the same words to describe stuff and I realize I think they reply to what we're talking about. I kind of like my 5 stars like I just realized like maybe I'm not being lenient, maybe the albums that I picked to listen to again are really just great because I'm just so cool and awesome and have epic taste. Yeah. Well yeah, I mean that's really all I have to say about this how my loved it. I'm so glad you left every song and again I think if I had to pick a favorite I think red planet was at the last okay wow. Yeah, I think that's great when the last song is the best and like it's solid all the way through. I can't say that about any other album. I mean that's a real thinker yeah, I'd really have to dig dig into some stuff to see. Definitely not actor by St. Vincent, which I listened to today with mom and God I'm just, okay, I love that album it's another ten out of ten and the last song is just okay..
"st vincent" Discussed on Music Swap
"Hello and welcome to the first episode of music swap. The father and son podcast where we exchange album and song selections. And then provide our thoughts and feelings on those choices. My name is rich. And I'm Jack. And we'll be your hosts through this musical adventure where we give each other different selections that we've chosen for the other one to explore and review and we'll also provide background on the albums and the artists as we go along. Fun trivia too. Yeah, fun trivia. This will be a good way for people to learn more about albums that maybe they've always wondered about and want to hear like a good genuine feedback on it. So you'll be getting feedback both from the person who recommended the album and maybe they have well established feelings on it. And then you'll get feedback from the person who was given the album to review and it'll be kind of a fresh perspective it might even be the first time that they've heard it. So a little bit of background on myself, I listened to a lot of things that came out when I was in high school in college and a lot of that is 90s punk, some ska stuff, some early alternative, 90s alternative, grunge, bands like Pearl Jam, some less than Jake, Green Day, some Dallas bands thrown in there like toadies and tripping daisy. So a big mixture of things. How about you, Jack? I am currently forming my musical tastes because I am high school age, and I have been listening to mostly. Things in the post industrial genre, art pop, some noise pop, experimental rock. For example, Nine Inch Nails is my favorite. St. Vincent, lingua Noda, shoe shoe, and stereolab are ones that make me very happy. Now, Inch Nails and stereolab, I think I know those pretty well. So those are good choices. Cool logos too. Yes. So like I said, the general format of the podcast will be that we are selecting albums for each other to listen to and we'll provide our thoughts on those. So it will go like this. I will have an album that I've selected and I'll provide background on that artist and that album, maybe some fun trivia as Jack has said. And then I'll give my general thoughts and then Jack will give his general thoughts on the album. And then we'll switch it up and we'll go to the album that Jack selected for me to listen to. Jack will give background on that. His general thoughts on that one and then I will give my input. We may occasionally have a song chat section of the podcast as well. I think today I will be talking about a song that I listened to that Jack suggested. And maybe in the future we'll have songs that I suggest and Jack will get a chance to talk about that. Then we'll finish up with some closing thoughts and kind of wrap up where we landed and what we have coming up in the next episode. So with that, I think we'll jump into the albums that we selected for this week. Sound good? Yes. All right, so my album for this week was you'd prefer an astronaut by home. Would you select? I selected hounds of love by Kate Bush. All right, so this should be fun. So we'll jump into album chat..
"st vincent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Stabbing. Ascension ST Vincent Hospital, saying that the boy who was stabbed will likely be laid up for months. Kirk Darling 93 w Y BC Mobile News Northern Indiana has a chance to see some severe weather this afternoon and this evening Chris Roller with the National Weather Service. The main threats with the thunderstorms that would form today would be damaging winds as we head into the night time period. Locally, heavy rain would become more of a threat, he says. The line of storms will weaken as they move through the state, which means here in central Indiana, we might see some storms late tonight, but nothing severe down in Texas. Hurricane Nicholas made landfall early this morning as a Category one. Eric Blake is senior hurricane specialist for the National Hurricane Center says many areas along the Gulf Coast can expect a lot of rain and wind today. Heavy rain of 6 to 12 inches or a large portion of The upper Texas coast with isolated maximum amounts of 18 inches. This will cause life threatening flash floods across portions of the Upper Texas coast into far southwestern Louisiana. This storm predicted to move east toward Louisiana impacting areas that are still recovering from Hurricane Ida. If you live in Indianapolis, you've been unable to pay rent because of covid related causes, You may be able to get more help potential full year of rental assistance, our ability to assist that one time Is providing the boost that a household needs to get back on their feet. Deputy Mayor for Community Development Jeff Bennett at Monday's City County Council meeting where councilors approve the use of another $100 million in rental assistance, People.
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ Is an Enormous Tribute to an Enormously Influential Album
"Thirty years ago. In nineteen ninety-one the california heavy metal band metallica released its fifth studio album. The record was simply called metallica but earned the nickname the black album. Thanks to its mostly black. Cover to songs on. The black album. Represented a shift from metallica. They were more accessible melodic than the epic heavy metal shredders. The band was known for and music. Fans aided up the black album debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred the records. I single enter. Sandman reached number sixteen on the hot one. Hundred singles chart and over. The last thirty years has become an anthem. Used pump up crowds at sporting events in stadiums. All over the world now. A collection of songs called the metallica blacklist celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of metallica's black album it features stevie bridges my morning jacket kamasi washington and fifty other artists covering tracks from the black album.
"st vincent" Discussed on World Cafe
"Your relationship with your dad is a big part of this album. Your parents split up when you were really young. You've said you've got to know your dad through books and films and records that he liked in the ven diagram of what you both liked. What's the overlap. What were the things you really connected on that way Gosh it's hard to know you know when you're a kid and you're trying to understand who your your parents are. It's hard to know. Exactly what i liked because i always have always been predisposed to like and what i liked because it was some way of understanding in this case who my father is or was or was or is he still living so definitely. My love steely dan. I think we do. We share a lot of things in terms of a similar kind of a darker of humor and indefinitely. He was making making us watch eight and a half when we were eight and a half so you definitely had a big love of of culture and books. Intellectual and artistic input i think was was valuable. And there's also a way for me to understand who my father is 'cause he was sort of elusive and i didn't grow up with him right. We'll come back to that in just one second. But because you mentioned steely dan i need to ask you a question because this is something. I'm thinking about for a little while now. I feel like steely. Dan has become. had a big resurgence. Like if you asked me. Ten years ago is still. Dan really cool. I would say. I don't really think people think steely dan is that cool and like my twitter feed is full of people saying they've been dan pilled and they're like obsessed with them. Yeah dan pill summer is like a whole thing and steely. Dan are back. Okay i have a lot of thoughts on this one. Steely dan have always been a divisive band. And i think they'd be been a device fan because a lot of times the people who like steely. Dan are a little bit arrogant to the people. Who don't like steely dan. Oh you don't like steely dan because you just don't get it while i'm i'm a jazz and i get it but you know what i love about. Steely dan a one. I was listening to them. So far devoid of the context. There was nothing about liking steely dan. That was had to be a massive part of my identity. I wasn't growing up in the seventies whereas like will you either like the ramones. Are you like st lead. And they're those two shall never meet. It was more that i was. I was just approaching it without any cultural baggage just from like the music i was like. I love this music. It's it is so sophisticated it's so interesting but it's great songs. It's green pop songs. It's great pop. Songs grants solos within pop songs. I mean you couldn't find a more acerbic writer than donald fagan. I mean i love. I love historians. I love these like comic decrepit just squalid people that he writes about And so. I think that there might be a resurgence of steely dan. Because enough time has passed where the the cultural baggage is is is gonna be like. Oh this just rules right right. Do you have a favorite steely dan song. Do you minute to think. I have so many but let me my favorites. I'm thinking of a there is a solo that i really love on a song called fire in the hole. Donald takes a really great piano solo like that. The that the data data data to that dude dude dude Dot but at the not to tattoo to tap threat. That dabble doted the dude. Do to data to tattooed booted. They dude edited. He doubted by new. Okay i've done enough of it. That was that was the most convincing person singing piano solo. i've ever seen. Why did i do. I've been wasting much coffee. Doesn't do steely dan. Fire in the hole Steely dad fire in the hole. I'm talking to visit detail. World cafe To take it back a little bit to your family around twenty ten. Your father went to prison for white collar crime. You started writing the songs on daddy's home and he was released in two thousand nineteen. But if you could take back what was your reaction. What was going through your head when you first found out. He was going to be incarcerated. I i was in the room. I mean i saw him taken away by bailiffs. So that's when i found out and it was. It's horrible. it's really horrible. It's heartbreaking You're filled with rage. You go through all of the kind of steps of grief. It's like somebody dies but without the sympathy really from those who really already no you in love you In more than anything. I mean i was in might. I don't remember exactly. How old is twenty seven or something. But i have a lot of. He has a lot of kids. And i have brothers and sisters who are younger so my thought was more with them And how they were gonna make it through. I was already an adult but Knows is a horrible painful thing to go through. I think no matter what someone is incarcerated for. Of course yeah. I mean at first. The album title daddy's home sounds like it means daddy is home but if you really think about it for a while it could also sort of have a double meaning like the prison is where daddy lives right now. What was it like visiting your dad during that time. Listen.
"st vincent" Discussed on World Cafe
"Gave you a guitar. That was pardon the pun instrumental to this album then curl electric guitar from nineteen sixty seven so for people who maybe aren't Gear heads who don't know guitars just by hearing the name. Could you describe that guitar Yeah so the coral electric sitar guitar. Here's i think the brief the cliffs notes version of it. So back in the sixties when Rock music got obsessed with india and started to bring sounds like the sitar into like the beatles stuff or whatever the thing is with a sitar. It's very hard to play. I mean it's really. It's people study forever. Never master the star so in the sixties they made called the coral electric sitar guitar which is played like qatar but what it has some additional strings on the body of the guitar that resonate in a similar style to the sitar it shaped guitar like it has a bigger body because it needs a place for the strings to resonate. And that's what gives it the the twang. i wonder. Is there a spot on the album where we can really clearly hear that and i could play a clip. Oh yeah for sure on call down. There's a the riff that comes in. That's like Do data if they're down to them do that. Daddy duty dvd to and that's all that let's check it out. This is down from st vincent de that was a bit of down from saint. Vincent's.
"st vincent" Discussed on IsraAID
"We've got a lot more data aggregation to do in the private shelters. Because not everyone is registered in the private shelters. Or the registering with small NGOs, but not the government. So we're starting the public shelters in the aim is to then continue that into the private shelters when we have enough data and we can really dive into that. But with that information that we've got so far we're still kind of working on the assessment and what the follow up. The follow-up is going to be what repairs might need to be made. Or if their shelters that will need more showers Bill are more toilets built or if maybe the way we're just the government is distributing certain items like maybe we need to think about, is it enough?.
"st vincent" Discussed on IsraAID
"And things like that, they're going on the public shelters. Then the private shelters just they're not being managed their private homes that are now overwhelmed with these new guests that are living in your home. There's no activities for children. There's no one ensuring it's harder to ensure that they have enough food and they have access to everything. So also far away, they're like individual houses and people are not getting visited as much as the government just because it's more challenging to fit as many. And obviously the government services are very overwhelmed at the moment. So they're definitely less access to children's activities, checking that they have enough water and sanitation, hygiene facilities as well. And also ensuring that there's no protection issues. Obviously there's a lot of families now living in one place. And so there is a little bit of concern about protection, but also cultural differences. People. As I said, most people are coming from the same community, perhaps, but maybe the people that are now working in the shelters are the families that they've come to live in. And they're from a different culture or community. And they may have different practices. Right. So it's important that we can provide a special in private shelters, making sure that there's someone monitoring and keeping an eye on all these things. Yeah. No, and also, you know, we know that in stressful situations, rates of sexual and gender based violence increase. So it's like another. It's another factor that does need to be sort of addressed and kept an eye on. And I imagine that's much more difficult when there's a lot of little locations and yeah, yeah. Yeah. So I heard I saw some pictures that you were involved in some water sanitation and hygiene assessments. Which is a great new line for your resume. Congratulations on that. I'm wondering if you could tell us what you did, what it means like what all these things. So yeah, obviously with major displacement, although it was organized a little bit of where people were going, people and living in schools and churches, they're not set up for people to live there. They're set up maybe for lots of people to visit, but Walter sanitation hygiene is a concern because they're just they're not purpose built. So we supported the we're going to say, Walsh, and what are sanitation hygiene? We supported the worst assessments that were completed with the Ministry of Health's environmental health department with UNICEF and also with water mission, riding water assessments and all the public shelters and health facilities. So I joined a couple of environmental health officers to support their.
"st vincent" Discussed on IsraAID
"Long-term, it's actually very good it's good for fertilizing the soil. They've seen that from the previous eruption in 79. Long term scoop for the soil, but right now the fields are coated and you know, everything is destroyed. We've seen that coconut and banana trees and they're completely destroyed. So I will take some time to rebuild all the agriculture now. And as I said, most of the area around the volcano is for agriculture. But in the long run it actually could be beneficial in some ways. Yeah. Wow. And I would imagine that respiratory issues during a pandemic there's already yes. It's not like a second. There's already respiratory issues at the moment. COVID in the country, numbers aren't too high, but obviously the longer people I can talk a little bit about shelters actually. And the longer people stay in shelters, the more concern it is, people are living in the same places and it's uncomfortable wearing a mask all day. People understandably maybe don't want to wear all day because they're listing here. They've been staying in these shelter for a month and they want to feel at home and they're living with other families. But I'll tell you a little bit about where people evacuate to myself. Yes, please. As I say, people had a little bit of preparation, so at least people knew where they were going in case of an eruption. Most communities were allocated a school or a church or a community center or I've also seen a retirement home that had spare bedrooms and people most people have gone to schools, really. And they're from the communities that they were from before. You know, they're not mixing them with people they don't know. Most people know the people they're sheltering with. And in these places they have an older shelters or the shelter manager and they have security as well. So there's someone in there making sure or at least trying to make sure that they have what we need and any rules that have been designated. They're not allowed to drink or anything in the shelters. You know, people are managing these things. A lot of people didn't want to go to these public shelters. And the ones that are managed by the government because they're large and there's a whole community and maybe there's not so much privacy and the rubbers say with family or friends..
"st vincent" Discussed on IsraAID
"There's still some risk that it could erupt again. It has erupted a little bit since April 9th. So it's not completely finished yet. Can you maybe describe for us a bit the difference between the zones? How does that look different? What are the factors? What sort of delineates what's red and what's orange? How does that work? Yeah. So yeah, the island is very much a north to south island and the volcano was in the north. So at least geographically similar from north to south that goes red orange yellow green where we're in, we're in the green zone. That's where Kingston is the capital of the country. And that's the most populated area. Most people who live around the sites of the island, not so much in the middle, around the coast really. But as you go further, north, there's more agriculture. So there are fewer people living there, but there's many more fields and it becomes a lot more luscious as well. And it's kind of like a little rainforest here. You're either near the coast or you're in a rainforest on this island so not as many people live in the red and orange zone but there are still a lot of people all around all around the islands. Luckily, people have friends and families in other places. It's the sense it's a real community country. And that, you know, people have friends in all the different cities all around, which is very helpful, obviously in this emergency. Yeah. So it's very much a north to south situation. And from an impact of how the eruption looks and impacted those different zones, how does that yeah. So from the red zone are only those communities staying other places or how does that work? Right. No exactly. Very good question. The red one is, I mean, it's still uninhabitable. No one's living there. No one's having permission to go back to their houses..
"st vincent" Discussed on IsraAID
"Hi, Zoe good evening. How are you? I'm good. Thanks, Molly. How are you? Good. Welcome everybody to our Facebook Live this evening. And we're going to give a minute people to join us and get online. Tonight, we're talking with Zoey, who currently is in St. Vincent. Where a volcano recently erupted and our team there is working to provide emergency support for the communities affected by the eruption. So as people sort of join Zoey, maybe you can introduce yourself a bit, explain what you're doing there, what your role is, yeah. Yeah, absolutely, Molly. So yeah, so normally, as you know, but maybe other people don't know, I usually work in headquarters, but I'm currently on this emergency mission in St. Vincent, working from the beginning, the first group people to arrive to assess the needs. Of the community to see what they need to help both post emergency, really in those initial stages. Just seeing kind of where the gaps are listening to people talking to a lot of people local NGOs and small community groups and also government ministries to see the needs and that's kind of how we started. And now we're talking a little bit, but now kind of two weeks on were much more into development, longer term programs, or at least for the next couple months. So that's kind of where we're at now. Yeah, that's kind of what we're doing at the moment. So I'm going to guess that many people who are watching may not have heard of St. Vincent. Perhaps you could give us a little bit of insight, background, where what region are we talking about? What's going on? Absolutely. You're probably right on that. Some Vincent. And to be clear, I didn't know either before you got there, right? You told me you were flying. I looked it up. Exactly. Yeah, yeah. It's not commonly known. So yeah, it's a Caribbean country and definitely one of the lesser known countries in the region. So it's a group of islands. So the name is Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, but most people call it St. Vincent or they can a short term into SVG, whose Vincent is the island we're on, the main island has the capital Kingston, but the Grenadines are some smaller islands a little bit south of St. Vincent. They're a little bit quieter. You probably know them more if you do know them and they're quite popular holiday destinations, obviously they're small Caribbean islands, why wouldn't they be? So that's where I am in the Caribbean. And why we're here is the volcano in St. Vincent in the north of the island. The pronunciation is strange, but it's definitely a French word, but everyone obviously says it with a Caribbean accent..
"st vincent" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"That was the subtext fair when we have finally understood steely dan. Yeah very divisive. I know and it is funny too because it's like now. I see kids referencing the nineties. But it's without context so you're like yeah you totally got that reference right. That was really cool. You're like no. We all thought that was garbage. You know like referencing that no. That's corny but anyway same thing. I'm sure with the seventies where people were like. Oh you gotta be kidding. Me steely dan. But i didn't have the context florida's just like all this music. You know there was no difference to me in terms of like my identity when it came to like liking steely dan or liking zeppelin or liking hendrix for liking. All that stuff was kind of all that big mishmash. If you know what. I'm saying but yeah stadiums music that my dad really liked so i i would hear that when i would spend time with him and then i. I got the box set of tapes citizens. Stigma dan when i was about twelve so i got to listen to it all on my own. Even though you've got that sort of a seventies influence on the the way you can mash up more contemporary stuff in there as well like pay you weigh in pain. Got chromatic hook. That goes off back down again. Which sounds very kind of seventies but then not since based on the neath is really kind of morton i feel. Yeah thanks. I mean it's That i've was messing around a lot with modular. Since in you guys know those where like look. I kinda like i can kind of do the signal path in my head and i kinda know that this you play with that but mostly let's be honest. I'm just like plugging in cv cables and turning knobs so after like a couple of hours you got a loop. There's like ooh this is awesome which ended up being the baseline for. Pay your way and pains that dude. It there do do do do do do to do. And because it's a modular. It has like has a feel to it like it. Has its own kind of weird. Internal swing and yeah. That's sick and then i wrote a whole song around. The words managed to build a whole kind of outside the poll. Tracing that first song don't like about going to the parks. What's the little children. The mother so my heels and they said i wasn't welcome. It feels very much like we're being dragged into some kind of a underbelly with all these kind of flawed characters. Yeah oh good. Yeah i mean it's really the outsider wandering around the city experiencing the no good very bad day for sure and Yeah jack had to talk me out of a more controversial lyric their home. Which i'm glad he did. I'm glad you did when. I like the idea to slack. Oh man you go to the bank just like a puff of dust comes out at trying to just seem wholesome and then the good normal people are like oh you you are not one of us and then the classic blue trope of dislike like red house. Mikey woman locked. The door like my baby changed the locks. I don't know what's going on. You know a blues for twenty twenty one. Yeah look the kind of contrast in the sorts of the swagger kind of a confidence swagger about the music vulnerability in the lyrics especially in that kind of i wanna be loved. pay off. yeah i was. I was messing around in my studio. I knew i'd written the line know. I wanna be loved but i hadn't quite figured out how to sing. It was just like this guttural scream. Came from inside of me. I was like. Oh yeah that feels right. That feels real bingo. Sit down these.
"st vincent" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Bet. Well don't under the great record without these home. Love the songs and not very of lowering scuzzy early seventies five. You've got going on. Thank you quite departure. From the most of angular sound of mass production. We thought did set out quite deliberately to make something. That was a bit looser. More laid back sound in this time you know. It's funny like it was intentional. Also like the music. I don't know if you guys find this. The music just kind of goes where it wants to. I know that sounds more magical thinking or something but the more i do it the more i just followed. The music referencing quite specific period. The music on yet the album from seventy one seventy six. Yes definitely music. Made in new york city from seventy one to seventy six. I don't know what was going on. But it feels like there's so much music from the air that was like like it's very sophisticated pop music but it's also actually speaking to people's hearts to we hadn't gone into like escapism or like the kind of later seventies rock tropes that were you know. I'm on the road in your sixteen. That's okay or whatever. The i remember we spoke to laura marling. Not long back in. She was really interested in a particular period of time as well. I think she was listening. Only to sixty nine to seventy two was like laurel canyon. I think that was it. Yeah yeah it's I mean what's interesting to me. And it's i think a little different to now because we're so post modern you know in terms of like the internet and when you think about you know the sound of twenty twenty one. It's a little bit less like it was in those days where laurel canyon. Apparently what would happen is just so many musicians lived here. I happen to be in laurel canyon at the moment For like so many musicians lived here and somebody would just like show up to your front door with a guitar. And be like hey. Let's jam which to me. Sounds like my worst fucking nightmare you know but it was. It was like location specific and it was seen specific. And it was this like little microcosm of a scene could then get kind of blown up and taken and you know be this big you know music style or whatever throughout the globe where now it feels like less of a you know. Small locational little scenes more global. Will you really succeed in evoking that era. That you mentioned you know i can hear. Echoes of bowie's young americans in there. Especially in the way you featured the backing vocal so prominently. M the shades of stevie. Wonder steely dan. I think steely dan was your first concert. Wasn't that is that right. It sure was. I was pretty cool. That is unusual choice for youngster tastes to arrive very mature or you got to that one. No that was definitely my choice It's funny actually. When i think of a concert that i must have gone to as a kid. But i don't i don't really remember but i'm told that i went to my aunts and uncle jazz. Duekoue tuck and patti. And i went to see them. Play with. Bobby mcferrin and the opening act was bill cosby utah. I somehow don't remember it I fell asleep but the yeah no steely. Dan was my first one that was as sentient being. Yes take me there. The use of the electric sitar guitar on down and my baby wants a baby sort of brings to mind for me as well. Yeah because they have that great sitar solo onto it again These are the sixties coral. Atoll you plan on.
"st vincent" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Cobo near time. 8 51 Alright, A drop of liquor history is up for auction online. Matt sure has the story from Boston when a new auction item comes across Joseph Hyman's desk at Skinner auctioneers. There's usually some family story to go along with it. That turns out false, a multi generational game of telephone. So when a whiskey bottle older than the Civil war showed up, Joseph was like, Yeah, okay, but Get to work. I was able to use a hypodermic to go through the cork and draw out tiny sample of two millimeters to send to a lab. But the results were astounding. Turns out it was most likely bottled between 17 63 and 18. Oh, three that would make it the oldest known bottle of whiskey in the world. He assumes it will sell for around 20 to 40 grand, maybe more. And I would buy it if I could, and then I would drink it. Ah, this is why I'm poor people. Cocoa. New Year's time is 8 52 Metallica, releasing a star studded tribute to their black album. Metallica's 1991 self titled album, known as The Black Album is getting 1/30 anniversary tribute with a re master, a hardcover book, multiple Live albums and a 53 song Tribute album, featuring covers of the songs from artists across every genre of music and 100% of the proceeds will go to charities matters. It includes Miley Cyrus, Elton John Yo Yo Ma, ST Vincent, Chris Stapleton, Weezer,.
St. Vincent Nurses and Tenet Management Resume Negotiations
"In some politicians certainly turning out in support of the striking nurses at ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester. Monday, will market nine weeks since around 800 nurses walked off the job demanding a lower nurse to patient ratio as WBZ Suzanne Saz ville reports. Negotiations resumed earlier in the afternoon with hospital owner Tenet Healthcare State. Rep. Mary Kee Took part in a made a caravan supporting the nurses. We depend on nurses, and we depend on that care that they give us and when they're not able to do it, I trust the workers. You know what's happening in the workplace? Caroline Moore has been a nurse at ST Vincent for more than 40 years, She says. Community support gives them a boost as they head into their ninth week. You know, I grew up in was there I've been born and raised here my whole life. My Saint Vincent hospitals. My hospital. You know it was taken over by this for profit monster and is making changes that are totally unacceptable. The hospital says it remains willing to compromise in Worcester. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio. No word on what that compromise is. The hospital released a statement saying they plan to offer one more solution. It's official. If you can socially distance
Worcester Nurses, St. Vincent Hospital to Resume Talks Amid Strike
"Strike against ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester, now in its eighth week. The union says it will continue. Negotiations resumed today. However, the union says the hospital's parent company failed to address any of the staffing concerns raised by the nurses
St. Vincent Volcano Eruptions Continue
"There are no reports of injuries or death after another volcanic eruption on the tiny Caribbean island of ST Vincent's. The latest in a Syriza of explosions happen Tuesday morning, scattering Morash around the island and even to the island nation, Barbados more than 100 miles away. Thousands near the volcano evacuated ahead of the first eruption on Friday, but the explosions have caused water and power issues. For those who stayed put. The prime minister of ST Vincent and the Grenadines has been thanking other nations for providing supplies and other
Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting
"Erupted again early Monday, sending massive amounts of gas and ash miles into the sky. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, it was the biggest explosion since seismic activity began late last week. Less afraid volcano has been spewing ash and gas is for days. Monday morning's explosion sent huge pyroclastic flows down the mountain. Destroying everything in its path. According to the head of the island Seismic Research Center. Ash from the explosions has reached as far as Barbados. The activity is affecting the island's water supply and food distribution. ST. Vincent's prime minister warns the emergency situation could continue for up to four months. Nearby islands have sent aid for cruise ships are close by ready for evacuations. But residents want to stay more than 3700 or in 80 shelters. The last time the volcano exploded was 1979. There were no fatalities and earlier explosion in 1902 killed some 1600 people. Carrie Kahn. NPR news Attorneys for the Boy
"st vincent" Discussed on JO Radio Live
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Surrounding Islands Covered in Ash After St. Vincent Volcanic Eruptions
"After a long dormant volcano erupted on ST Vincent, much of not only that Caribbean island but also neighboring islands are covered in ash. Eva seized a Packer report the ash from the lesser for a volcano blanketing not just ST Vincent, but neighboring Caribbean islands. Ash has been raining down as far as ST Lucia and Barbados, which is over 100, Miles east residents there being urged to keep removing the build up of ash from their roofs before it rains. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley. What actually makes it heavier and therefore what we need is a little water, but a lot of muscles are a lot of shovel. Just 50 miles north ash over ST Lucia was said to have turned day into
St. Vincent suffers power outage after La Soufrière volcano erupts
"Zone after the eruption of the Soufriere volcano, power and water supplies have been cut and houses covered in ash. And Sir Anthony Hopkins, who's
St. Vincent residents evacuating amid volcanic eruption
"On ST Vincent are fleeing. The final evacuees made their way to safety. A day after the last U Fear volcano erupted with an explosion that shook the ground spewed ash skyward and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock. The eruption is its first large one since 1979. Ash covered everything creeping into homes, cars and noses on a strong Sophus smell lingered in the air evacuate to wanna, Burke says she's hoping the eruption will end soon. I am scared. I'm just hoping for the best so that everything can be over so I can go behold, local resident foreigner Helix says She's been through this before you up. Did I was nine years old. Now I'm 50 years old. Scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks and That the worst could be it to come. I'm Karen Sharma's news and
Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions
"The last few people remaining in the area closest to an erupting volcano in the eastern carribean island of Saint Vincent have face to get clear the final evacuees made their way to safety at day off to the last two free apple K. no rocketed with an explosion that shook the ground speed ask I would and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock the eruption is its first large ones since nineteen seventy nine US covered everything creeping into homes because the noise is on a strong sulfur smelling it in the air evacuee to one a Bucks says she's hoping the eruption will end soon I am a bed I'm just hoping for the best set up everything comes over so I can go back home local resident veranda Hicks says she's been through this before did I was nine years old now I'm fifty years old scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks said that the worst could be yet to come I'm Karen Thomas
Ash-Covered St. Vincent Awaits More Volcanic Explosions
"I'm Julie Walker ash rained down across the eastern Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday a day after a powerful volcanic explosion and they expect even more activity the loss of revel que no continue to rise up to twenty five thousand feet in the air covering safe inside with thick layers of ash and a strong scent of sulfur even some neighboring islands were affected thousands of people had to evacuate Friday but let Mario Edwards spent the night in the red zone then Saturday was it is ash covered cars leading the move no so right now all that I mean my family right here right now officials say the volcano has entered an eruptive phase that may continue over the next few days or even weeks royal Caribbean cruises is they're prepping for evacuations I'm Julie Walker
St. Vincent covered in ash as volcano activity continues
"Has awakened in the Caribbean, spewing ash and forcing evacuations on the island of ST Vincent. ABC is Julie McFarland volcano, known as last You for has been quiet for decades, but began showing signs of activity just a few months ago. Then on Friday on early morning eruption, followed by a second just hours later, Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise ship standing by off the coast to evacuate people off the island. Republican
St. Vincent covered in ash as volcano activity continues
"Continue on a Caribbean island where volcanoes now erupted several times says ABC is Derek Dennis and emergency on the island of ST Vincent Volcano on the island, south of ST Lucia and Martinique, corrupting multiple times and threatening to erupt again is likely to be More explosive eruptions, and it can get worse. So if you're still in not, we would actually leave immediately, and stories and Minister Carlos James helping to coordinate evacuations. With cruise ships docking to ferry people out there is a designated red zone covering a third of the island. Derek Dennis ABC News San
Explosive Eruption Rocks Volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent
"The volcano in the carribean island of Saint Vincent has erupted the island's government had already ordered some sixteen thousand people to evacuate homes near the volcano as they made their way along the winding mountain side roads an ash column could be seen towering overhead emergency management officials estimated it reached twenty thousand feet unfortunately for Saint Vincent most of the ash was headed north east over the Atlantic Ocean but communities closest to the volcano reported heavy ashfall and poor visibility hindered the evacuations summer being put aboard cruise ships others heading to nearby islands and some two thousand people are in government shelters the four thousand foot volcano last erupted in nineteen seventy nine it continues to rumble I'm Ben Thomas
Volcano erupts in Caribbean as thousands flee danger zone
"Rush against time on a Caribbean island. Or a natural disaster appears to be taking shape. A BCS Andrea Fujii has this story. Cruise ships racing to help evacuate thousands of people before a volcano erupts on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent, local officials saying an eruption is imminent. There is no in the country. Evacuation order fairies boats, all helping get people out. At least four cruise ships are now arriving Royal Caribbean and celebrities sending help and two ships from Carnival or set to dock today. Another drill. This is an emergency versus with Children. Those that are disabled well only to board for US. Smoke is already bill away from the loss of free air volcano, which last erupted in 1979, the prime minister or re mandatory evacuations of about 16,000 people and designated red danger zones. ST. Vincent is the main island in the Caribbean nation of ST Vincent and the Grenadines. About 1500 miles from Miami, west of Barbados and northeast of Aruba and Venezuela arrangements. Have no kick started. The process begins. The pandemic is posing an extra challenge. Keep your master on the prime minister warning people they should be vaccinated before entering a shelter or boarding a cruise ship evacuated residents are expected to be taken to neighboring islands or they can shelter on ST Vincent outside the danger zones.
Volcano Erupts on Island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
"Officials on the eastern Caribbean island chain of ST Vincent and the Grenadines say volcano has erupted. LA Soufriere volcano on the northern end of ST Vincent sent clouds of smoke and ash miles into the air This morning, empty cruise ships have been ordered to evacuate thousands of people to safety. Had received warning earlier this week from seismologists. The last time the volcano erupted was in
St. Vincent Warns of Volcanic Eruption, Orders Evacuations
"Cruise ships racing to help evacuate thousands of people before a volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent. Officials say that eruption is imminent. NBC's Andrea Fergie Smoke is already bill away from the law so free our volcano, which last erupted in 1979, the prime minister, ordering mandatory evacuations of about 16,000 people. And designated red danger zones. ST. Vincent is the main island in the Caribbean nation of ST Vincent and the Grenadines, about 1500 miles from Miami, west of Barbados and northeast of Aruba and Venezuela. In Iceland Volcano erupted on March 19th for the first time in almost 6000
Nurses At Saint Vincent Hospital In Worcester Near Boston Go On Strike
"In Worcester are on strike. WBC's James RoHaas reports Day one started early this morning. And at this point no one knows when it will end. The last nurses strike. It took place at ST Vincent Hospital was about 20 years ago and lasted 49 days. This strike, according to nurse Bill Leahy could go longer. Realistically, I don't think they're gonna budge. But I think if you have the community of Worcester that we have served for so many years, you have the legislative people behind us. You have the public and I think maybe the pressure at that point might turn it around. Some 800 nurses are joining bill out here by the entrance of the hospital on Summer Street, striking against staffing numbers and hospital conditions. Tenet Healthcare is the parent company and says they've presented the best proposal to nurses in years and cause this strike it during a pandemic Irresponsible and Worcester James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio at 11
"st vincent" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"She became a voice for the rebellious postwar generation. Let's talk about edna. St. vincent malay- edna st. Vincent millay was born on february twenty-second eighteen. Ninety two in rockland maine her mother. Cora raised edna and her two sisters largely on her own. Money was always tight but chorus still fed her daughters on a steady diet of art literature. Music and poetry. The oldest of the three girls edna who called herself vincent grew to theatrical teenager. She's spent hours by the sea. Learning the names of local flowers and medicinal herbs wrote prolifically often winning prizes from a local children's poetry magazine. One such poem reads world. I cannot hold the close enough. Thy winds those wide grey skies by the age of nineteen edna held a high school diploma but lacked money for college. She helped manage the household for her sisters and mother in the coastal maine town of camden. She also kept. Writing edna encouraged by her mother submitted. One of her poems to a contest titled rennaissance. It was made up one hundred and seven rhyming couplets. The poem didn't win but it was included in a nineteen twelve anthology called the lyric year. Many agreed at knows work was the standout piece. they also thought it had been written by a much. Older man edna had submitted it under the name evenson malay- later that summer edna recited her now celebrated poem renaissance at a local in in the audience was caroline tao head of the ywca national training school in new york charmed by the young poet's spirit and writing ability. She offered to help edna. Get into college edna. Thrilled chose vassar in nineteen. Thirteen edna headed to new york. Officially enrolling at vassar. She participated in plays and pageants some of her own creation and loved studying the classics. She did not however. Love vassar strict behavioral code. They trust us with everything but men. She wrote in a letter to a friend. After graduation edna move to new york city's greenwich village. It was nineteen seventeen and the lower manhattan neighborhood had begun. Attracting artists radicals and writers from across the world. Edna was all in on the bohemian lifestyle. Joined by her sister. Norma edna wrote poems for popular magazines like vanity fair and began publishing collections of her own. She performed on stage with the province town players undeveloped relationships with both men and women to make ends meet. She also penned short stories and satire under the name. Nancy boyd edna would later describe her time in new york as very very poor and very very mary in nineteen twenty one eager to give her poetry new grass to feed on edna set sail for europe for two years she served as a foreign correspondent for vanity fair publishing two pieces among when edna returned to the us in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. She experienced two major life changes. The i was becoming the second ever winner of the pulitzer prize for poetry for her poetry collection titled the ballad of the harp. Weaver a few figs from diesels eight sonnet in american poetry. The second was meeting her future. Husband eugen von. They married just a few months later in one thousand nine hundred. Five admit answered a newspaper ad selling an abandoned berry farm and austerlitz new york a few hours for manhattan. She named the seven hundred acre. Homestead steeple top. Edna's departure from greenwich village. Surprised her readers. She was after all darling of new york society the author of the iconic quatrieme about living life as a true bohemian. My candle burns at both ends. It will not last night but <hes>. My foes and oh my friends. It gives a lovely light but aetna was ready to settle down and dedicate herself completely to writing she. Nugent turned steeple. Top into a sort of writers paradise. Pert working farm part artist. Retreat edna wrote in a small shed in the middle of a blueberry field. The couple often hosted elaborate days long parties filled with drinking skinny dipping and theater performances. Physical beauty of upstate. New york proved an endless source. Of inspiration for edna several of her poetry collections including steeple. Top the buck in the snow and fetal interview draw on the brutal lyricism of the natural world. For over a decade edna. And her husband eugen lived somewhat idyllic life at steeple. Top editor. wrote the libretto for an opera set in tenth century. England called the king's henchman on its opening night in nineteen twenty seven it earned seventeen curtain calls the new yorker called it the greatest american opera. So far edna also published six poetry collections. Several long poems and translations of baudelaire's flirt mall but in nineteen thirty. Six edna was involved in a car accident. It left her with chronic arm and back pain and a growing addiction to morphine. That would haunt her for the rest of her life in nineteen forty as world war. Two approached edna became deeply anti pacifist publishing a early written book of propaganda poems. Even her most loyal fans were alienated over the next few years. A series of death would push at towards the edge after the passing of her sister. Kathleen her editor. Jean saxton and her close friend arthur. Fiqh she was admitted to the hospital for mental and emotional exhaustion but the biggest blow was yet to come in one thousand nine hundred forty nine. Edna's husband eugen was diagnosed with lung cancer. He died unexpectedly following surgery. in boston. edna was devastated. She retreated to steeple top refusing to seek guests and unplugging her phone she relied on the postmistress to pay her bills and her handyman to keep up. the property. life without her partner was painful and lonely. But after a few months of mourning edna began to fill her notebooks with writing again. She was commissioned for thanksgiving poem by the saturday evening post and had begun to work on a new poetry. Collection edna was after all a seemingly unstoppable creative force despite a childhood of poverty and lifelong health problems. she'd become the poetic voice of a generation subverting gender norms and revelling in the mundane the bittersweet and the sensual impending romantic works from the perspective of women. She'd made female sexuality viable literary topic but edna's comeback was brief on october. Eighteenth nineteen fifty while home alone. She seemingly slipped and fell down a flight of stairs. She passed away at fifty eight years old crew. Pichu airy red critics agreed the greenwich village in basser plus a gypsy childhood on the rocky coast of maine produced one of the greatest american poets of her time.