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"john batiste" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"john batiste" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"john batiste" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"john batiste" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Lisa Matteo. Officials in Denver say the emergency landing of United Airlines flight that scattered debris across neighborhoods could have been much worse This park on a day like today, when it's not as cold as it was last weekend. We could have hundreds of people here. The fact that we're still not getting reports of any injuries is absolutely shocking. At this point. I'm it's amazing. Broomfield Police Department spokesperson. Rachel Wealth CBS is Errol Barnett With more on the investigation. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge says the incident is very concerning at a time he wants to maximize a sense of safety for the airline industry, which is in need of financial support. Down below. Broomfield, Colorado police report Widespread debris strewn all over town from streets to a field on a circular piece of the engines casing falling directly in front of someone's front door. The plane carrying 241 people was flying from Denver to Hawaii. Texans are thawing out, but not before a deep freeze put a devastating strain on the state's infrastructure, causing blackouts and pipes to burst. K h o U. Tavi s Grace white reports at hers is a University of Houston energy fellow, he says after the Texas grid failed in a cold snap 10 years ago, there were calls to fix it, but the reason it didn't happen. Money, Then it's gonna come out the taxpayers, wallet or the consumers want by the way. That's that's the same bollock. Texas lawmakers already have a tough session ahead. Ah budget deficit economic loss from the pandemic and now keeping the lights on on the mind of every Texan crisis. They're going to be a lot higher than our neighboring states. For a while while we catch up and build the infrastructure. CBS is Nicole's Kanga has more on the federal funding being provided to the state. Acting FEMA Administrator Bob Benton told CBS News Friday. This major disaster declaration will help individuals without insurance and provide low interest loans to impacted residents. Live performances returned to the Big Apple this weekend. WCBS is Mac Rosenberg. It's time to get New York's live entertainment industry back up and running with more than 300 of these performances across the state. Grammy nominated jazz musician John Batiste, who is also the lead musician on the late show, did some dancing and singing and, of course, played the piano. It was a non, It's a place of people whose courage and ingenuity is was keeping society going. He's talking about the healthcare heroes on the pandemics front lines. Some of them got to watch this Show in a small auditorium here a jab. It's which also serves as a mass vaccination son. This is CBS News. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fix your job description instantly more at indeed dot com slash credit. Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest Com, One of the more contagious varieties of Corona virus is expected to make up most of the cases in King County by next month. The proportion of cases due to the mark contagious be 117 variant continues to grow, and that proportion doubles approximately every 10 days, Health director Dr Jeff Duchin says. Even though that street is increasing the total number of daily cases and deaths are still dropping. In county. The entire state has been in phase two of covert re opening for about a week, which allows 25% capacity in places itself food and liquor. But one Seattle tavern owner tells us when the state clears the way for more people inside places like his don't have enough room. Accommodate any more people, and I've had and still have enough space around each table. I don't think that they calculated it with the smaller, you know, taverns and coffee shops and eateries in mind..

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"john batiste" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"john batiste" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"It says right in the call. I don't want google so i'm like okay. This person is a who like the caller said because their company is not powerful cheese code. Exactly it's chico. The answer is right in front of me if you are a who. There's probably a very explicit and detailed bio of you somewhere. I bet you that this company is lazy and just pulled it from something. They googled and so i just typed in stevie wonder prince. Willie nelson lenny kravitz appalachian chase and then at the end. Grammy nominated and guess what i fucking found numb almost near the top google result. John batiste because somewhere on some website on the internet he gave someone a bio and the bio was all of that ship. Right and i was like. Oh it's him. I'm kate spade at his co. chat. I found all the stuff that he's appeared. And yes he is a fucking musician. He's a jazz musician. He is the bandleader on the late. Show the teams. He's played with so many musicians for because he's this extremely classically trained musician. Who played every co bears bandleader for a good amount of time. Yeah so i was like oh god this is a stupid. I spent an hour looking this and it was the easiest thing in the world and that makes more sense than nick makes much more sense. It's true yes it's so job. Tees up play some of his music here. It is gotta say stunning so enjoy.

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The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

ESPN Daily

07:25 min | 1 year ago

The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.

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"john batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So here's one from when John Batiste guest hosted an I was in north Adams, Massachusetts listening. I was probably more nervous returning to that show than I ever have been delivering the show and not because I didn't think he would crush it. I knew he would crush it. But it was just like I don't know. It was like this. It was the strange. It was it was very disembodied spirit into know how the show gets made and not able to do anything to help or what while you're listening to it. Right. And John was so prepared. And our team is, is so extrordinary. I knew everything was fine. And also that no one needed me. It's going to be fine. I was just out there playing punch other shows. So to listen to our show, like I on my pre show. Walk oh, just walking throughout through the streets of north Adams listening show. Just like I don't remember any steps that I took her what was happening. You're getting mugged. You. I had no idea. It was just a just, just got crushing it. And there's also no one I there's very few people who could step in to this show. I think and he is one of the few ethin- T as such an amazing com energy, actually, I think he might be a jet or something kind of floats along Toyland. Yeah, it, it seemed calm energy, totally calm, real change of pace for y'all. I feel like you're, you're calm and excitable. And John battiste is, as just cool as a cucumber about just everything is still. So this is bring it on home to me..

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"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So here's one from when John Batiste guest hosted an I was in north Adams, Bassett, -chusetts listening. I was probably more nervous that show than I ever have been delivering the show and not because I didn't think he would crush it. I knew he would crush it, but it was just like I don't know. It was like this. The strain it was, it was a very disembodied. It's very into know how the show gets made and not be able to do anything to help or while you're listening to it. Right. And John was so prepared. And our team is, is show extrordinary. I knew everything was fine. And also that no one needed me. It's going to be fine. I was just out there playing punch other shows. So to listen to our show, basically, I was on my pre show. Walk oh, just walking throughout through the streets of north Adams listening to our show, just like I don't remember any steps that I took our what was happening. You're getting mugged. You. I had no idea. It was just just just. You're crushing it. There's also no one. I there's very few people who could step in to this show. I think and he is one of the few ethnic. He has such an amazing com. Energy, surely, I think he might be jet or something. Kind of floats along. Yeah. Yeah, it, it seemed calm energy, totally calm. Yeah. Real change of pace for y'all cool. I feel like you're, you're calm and excitable. And John teast is, as just cool as a cucumber about, you know, just everything is still..

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"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Where the streets have no name was the lead off track from the most successful album by U2. in the late eighties. The Joshua tree Kurt Elling. Here's jazz potential in it. Volcano the songbook on WNYC. John Batiste finds even more sunshine on the already on the sunny side of the street. But. Grab you. Were on the doorstep. Yes. The st. Your steph. Sweet. On the side. With. This. Then cross stove. If I have a. Rockefeller. With goals dust. On the. Be. Decide. In if. Oh. Fellow with goal does. That. Doc..

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"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We are raising the money that is necessary to pay for the programming here on WNYC what a fantastic show. Wait. Wait, don't tell me is some really. Interesting quiz questions there about robot assistance with the wonderful. John Batiste always great to hear him on the air, and especially hearing him interacting with the crowd. And wait. Wait, don't tell me. We have a so much going on here w one way. I see it is all made possible. Thanks to you. We have WNYC's bridge Bergen outer covering the Bernie Sanders rally at Brooklyn college this morning. We're going to hear reports from Bridget later in the day today. She's tweeting this morning about the crowds packing into the quad at Brooklyn, college and WNYC's local reporting really connects you to your community just recently. The WNYC news team has brought us local reporting looking at how Yorkers have responded to Amazon's decision to cancel its planned to campus in queens reporting on the power and heat outage at the metropolitan detention center in Brooklyn during the bitter cold in early February Matt Katz is ongoing series. That follows Goodell contract. One of the four hundred thousand immigrants whose temporary protected status could inspire could expire this year. All of this is supported thanks to you. And while other outlets are cutting back on local reporting WNYC is bringing you even more reporting about New York and the and New Jersey and the whole region at you are the reason why we're able to do that support local news. The keeps you connected and support all of the programming here at WNYC eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or go to WNYC dot org and click on donate WNYC has been a new source. I here in the New York area for the past ninety five years over the decades of the world has grown more complex other news organizations have gone out of business. They're shrinking right now WNYC is actually growing, and we can only.

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"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's only another black volcanic sands Flusher the weathered red rocks of the north. Coast. There are of course, telltale signs of Meritas visit on the edge of village. I come across the staircase. Bright key painted in green white and orange. It's pretty but turbine it stands alone. It's house was swept away by the heroine. Nearby. Three walls surround the toilet bowl. All that remains of another dwelling a few years ago, the government here spent millions of dollars providing households that had only pit toilets or nothing at all with concrete built washrooms with flushing lose the campaign was marked including by some of the island's leading callup Sonian. But residents told me that when the hurricane roared through families huddled in the only solid structure they had and these little concrete. Toilet blocks may have saved a good many lives. There are natural reminders of Maria to most of all the delightful dappling of the sunlight on the forest floor the ground vegetation is back. The canopy not quite yet. But almost all homes have now been reroofed electricity. Mains water and mobile phone coverage have all been fully restored shops a back in business and hotels. Reopening Dominika is rising Phoenix like from the wreckage overlaps more like the vibrant redneck Jacko one of two species of parrot found only on this island. We watch and hear the Jacko's feeding on citrus fruit and flying high above the trees since the hurricane. They have sought out new sources of food extending their range and now flaunt their colorful feathers across the island. The other end democ parrot, the endangered imperial Cicero is Dominique is national bird. There were only about three hundred of them left before the hurricane after it. Dominykas top Birdman veteran. John Batiste universally known as Dr birdie became deeply concerned. They went silent. He tells me as we scan the high forest habitat. For a glimpse of these dark headed rarities. I thought they might be gone. He's not sure where they hid. He says. But now they're back that pissing cry echoing across the valleys as they flapped from treetop to treetop people suffered most from the storm birdie himself spent many hours trapped in his home is a rogue river that had burst its banks raged all around him. So afraid was he that for months, he had trouble sleeping, and he's now building himself a more hurricane proof nest? Elsewhere. The pace with which the people here have rebuilt is inspiring the pop-up papaya trees colonizing every random corner. Having made our way along narrow paths between the islands once more cornucopia screen ary, we emerge into an area of barren volcanic rock split by smoke vents and boiling streams, eerily shrouded in steam, it's known as the valley of desolation. And as I pick my way through it. I think of this whole island so desolate after the hurricane, but as it's Dominique is way. We assume back amid the verdant vegetation luminous screen Jacko rising into the air above us. Juliette Rix, and that's the end of this edition of from our own correspondent. But like those birds we will be back next weekend here on the BBC World Service. Do join us then..

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"john batiste" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on World Cafe

"You know? Can you say a little bit more for for for people who aren't as as like, we're talking about the fact that that? I guess people use the murder of black men to like for further marginalize black men in Chicago. Or at least that's the way that I see like there's there's there's persecution racial persecution going on. And then also using that to say, oh, these people are dangerous, and this is why this happens like, it's I don't know. That's that's out. I feel. This is popular narrative, and his, you know, it's it's old as as the country is in a lot of ways. But there's rarely any talk about a lot of socioeconomic factors that have gone into creating this reality, you know, and, you know, while there's plenty of music that comes out of Chicago that sort of you know, sort of blindly reinforces a lot of those stereotypes. Yes, also, a whole lot of music that's doing doing the opposite. And not because these artists have a mission or mission minded to do the opposite. Right. But just because you know, that's humanity. And and they're. Exactly, you know, what? I mean. I mean, I I've talked to to Sabbath specifically about what it is that he's doing with an album like care for me, which came out in twenty eighteen and then the narrative thread running through it and a lot of inspiration behind. It is about the fact that his cousin was was tragically murdered maybe about a year. So before the album came out, and you know, at this time when when when you know, there's so much attention on on on Chicago murders. He he creates this this really vulnerable album that that find some not not only grappling with his cousin's murder boat grappling with a lot of the consequences and a lot of systemic issues that play cities like Chicago. And you know, that that nobody media included is really dealing with. When we. We talk about young black, man. And when we talk about the music that is, you know, being created in these environments, you know, it's it's a really it's a really beautiful album. It was actually my favorite hip. Hop out of twenty eighteen. Rodney will you pick a song for us for from care for me? About life life. Yeah. I think that's a good. Okay. Rich enough. Description. Like. Donate. Visit. Congress got the nerve to college. No religious getting Brazil. Night. The puck at night. I was on a roll. That SABA from his album to care for me. Twenty teen one of Rodney Carmichael favorite albums of the year. He's here with me. And so John Batiste and Briana younger, and we will be back in a moment. And in a moment, we will talk about Cardi B. Okay. Guys groups do it. Okay. Back in a moment. I'm world cafe. Just to pain. Luckily, he wants to. I let him what he he Bundy. Winning. No, you probably got a bag fix. And end up, mama. Gun. Hey, we'll come back to row cafe on Tel linger. And and I'm here with a special round table. We've got writing Carmichael who covers hip hop for NPR music, brianna younger who is the music editor and also a writer at the New Yorker and John TS to you might know as the bandleader of the late show with Stephen Colbert, Grammy nominated musician. Thank you again for being here. Really? Appreciate it. So last month Cardi B Cardi B released a video that kind of went viral. And it was not a music video..

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"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nineteen sixty four's album of the year was a mind expanding and a bridge builder between cultures and styles. This was a rock and roll time as unlikely at time for the Boston Nova to be king for Australia. Joe berto with her plaintive vocal style. And for straight ahead jazz. Irs STAN gets to find a new accent, anew inflection, STAN, Getz shroud. Gilberto Antonio Carlos you'll beam a strewed, Jill berto. And the whole gang on the gets Gilberto album. Ninety three point nine FM WNYC, the songbook saluting Grammy's on this particular Sunday. Good luck to those nominated like, for example, our friend John Batiste for his album and also rendition of the traditional Saint James infirmary blues something that Louis Armstrong would have done in his own salad days. One of those great unlikely things on the American hit parade the huge success of Louis Armstrong's hit record of. Hello. Dolly it won the Grammy for composer, Jerry Herman nineteen sixty five. Hello. It's nice where you. Dialing. Still still. Strong. Ban. Wanna lower? So. Rapt. Lapped? Sway? From where? Fade. Song and record of the year for.

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"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO

"The get upside out promo code. Crew out there with your wife Cameron Artis. You saw probably a few minutes ago. People were skiing down this hill. But also very dangerous said people were driving through this before Google drives doing donuts and the intersection. So it's dangerous, but it is incredibly beautiful out there tonight as the snow continues to come down. All right. So take a look at this. This is just in from the police department. This really says it all right here. They tweeted it is now officially time to be home and stay at home streak. Conditions are bad, and they are getting worse, and we've been hearing police agencies telling people not to let their guards down with more snow on the way joining us on the phone now trooper John Batiste with the Washington state patrol and John thanks for being with us tonight. You cover south sound what conditions are you seeing tonight and our driver's doing in the snow so far. Thankfully, we have a lot less drivers out on the road. So far this weekend than we did last weekend. We're still getting on and off. No where I live. We've got a roughly six to eight inches right now. Minute. Fill is coming down. We currently have in Thurston county. Five zero seven is closed at Meridian in Pierce county. Troopers in washed have closed state route four ten at Myers. I got a couple of pictures of them troopers. Helping push some vehicles up to thirty eighth street off for him. We do still have some drivers out on the road. But thankfully, we don't have no major or injury collisions going on right now. So that's great news and John Moines. Police talking a few minutes ago or tweeting out also saying it's time to stay home hunker down. Don't leave the house. Do you say the same thing? I mean, have you been seeing a lot of crashes tonight? We like you said we've seen. Let crashes this weekend last weekend. But yes, absolutely in it. It's not necessarily so much crashes, but we are seeing a lot of vehicle spinout or vehicles that don't have enough traction. They don't have that all wheel drive or they don't have teams to be able to safely make it to their destination. So yeah, if you cannot go somewhere to be home one more thing would that be your message for drivers over the weekend. What would be that big message for drivers as the still continues to fall this weekend? And maybe a couple of days next week. What's your big message this weekend?.

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"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on KOMO

"That shut down interstate five in Tacoma in both directions. Earlier this morning has been cleared has happened in the construction zone near highway sixteen where there have been several bad crashes in recent months. Let's get the latest information from komo's Carleen Johnson on the scene, Greg. It was three thirty this morning as southbound five semi truck slammed into the medium. Barrier near m street cab of his truck ended up in the northbound lanes diesel fuel hundred twenty gallons worth of it all over the freeway. Then a second collision. Northbound drivers couldn't avoid the debris from the semi crash. Thankfully, only minor injuries. But it took three and a half hours to clean it all up repair the dozen barricade sections and solvable that fuel to get the lean back open day tripper, John Batiste tells us they've spent a great deal of time going over crash data from this section, but it is a construction zone and much of the commute. This time of the year is still in the dark, but obviously we've got constant construction. We've got limited shoulders and especially with cold and wet weather conditions. Like we have today. So important, and we're stressing that drivers and make sure that they're paying attention and doing everything they can to get home safe. Once again, the work around was to funnel drivers into the collector distributor lanes while the mainline lanes were being cleaned up. Again, everything has been reopened as of about a half hour ago. Live in Tacoma. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. All the amidst the Alaskan way viaduct, well, there are those who are sentimental about the elevated highway. Komo's Brian Calvert says at least one local researcher is relieved. It's finally coming down the remembrances keep coming in for a roadway. Those were some of the last drivers.

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"john batiste" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"To John Batiste music director and bandleader on the late show with Stephen Colbert. He did the interview at the piano Arkansas by you can find it now in the fresh air feed. It's the Ted radio hour from NPR guy Roz and on the show today, ideas about building more humane cities, cities that make space for everyone, especially the most vulnerable. Were you? Were you born like, yeah, I actually was, and I've spent most of my life. This is your home. Is your home since you became human in the world? Yes, this is accurate. This is not million dig bay. She's a writer in Lagos, Nigeria, but the kind of stuff I write is generally about rights based issues, human rights. So I focus on the rights of the Auburn, poor. Can you describe what logos is likely, what what would I see if I went there? So I guess it depends on which legal issue live in. Right. And I think that maybe this is universal where the where cities concerned like you can be in the same physical space, but because of your identity or your social occasion you experience completely differently. So for instance, the legal said I experience is different from the legal that my daughter's nanny experiences. So you're driving down, see third mainland bridge, and you look to your right or your left as the case may be, and you can see some of the fishing settlements that have now been termed slums along the side of the bridge. You can see the landfilling that's being done on the other side where they're reclaiming the lagoon in order to build some sort of middle class, entertainment, slash parking garage thing. And if you're going from the mainland island in the land. Scape of the changes. The houses are bigger clearly more expensive, cousin, nicer. There are traffic lights that work, you know, I think regardless of which legals you experience you do see the starkness of the differences along those class lines and that a quality get only deepened over the past forty or fifty years. Thanks in part to an explosion in population growth and changing economy class has become much more cemented. Class. Mobility is not as clear co doors possible as it used to be my grandfather's generation. It was. It was easy to send one or two children to school, have them access jobs, and then have them sin, their siblings, or their cousins to school and slowly lift the who family out of poverty in one or two generations rights. And that's no longer possible. Latini and the bay picks up the side from the Ted stage. There's so much that it's possible in Lagos and so much that isn't and very often the difference between possibility and impossibility simply who you are belonging in Lagos is a fluid concept determine by ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender, but most visibly an often most violently class. Before Nigeria became a country. Fisher people from the inland creek started to come down the legals lagoon and established villages along the coast about sixty years later. My grandfather Ludo to adequately Koukoy also arrived in Lingle's overtime. He built in lustrous carriers lands via mapping out now, bustling neighborhoods when they were just waste high wild grass. He died when I was nine. And by that time, my family, like the families of those Fisher people knew bagels as home. Among the Uraba we have seen a co bully, Bali. Bali, which can be translated to mean that Lagos will come anyone, but that's becoming less and less true. Many lotions including the descendants of those Fisher people who arrived generations before my grandfather and now being pushed out to make room for an emergency that has been described as the new by. Is he listens by big dreams even in its leaders and successive governments have declared aspirants towards a mega city where poverty does not exist. Unfortunately, instead of focusing on the registration of polity as you would expect the strategy of choice focusing on eliminating the poor last up to the governor announced plans to demolish every single waterfront segment in Lagos..

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"john batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So that's John Batiste from his new album Hollywood Africans and John is at the piano. So it's a really terrific version of that song. I think such an interesting contrast to the boogie that we open with this so intentionally spare. So talk about your interpretation of the song and what's going on with that really dirty like March, like set of chords you're using or you gotta think of place, and you have to really put yourself in the story. My goal is to really be authentic and conveying any motion. And for me, I have to be in a place. So I'm thinking of the harvest moon. I'm thinking of a scene that is set in New Orleans, maybe seventeen hundred or something like that in you really feel the urgency of what's going on when you. Apply that space because you just waiting in waiting and kind of. Setting the scene right now. And you waiting to see what's going to happen. And then of course, his tragedy. And so on. It's it's really about the scene and then figuring out how to infuse it with the blues. 'cause the blues feeling is such an important part of telling this story, and I love playing the blues. So why don't we take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us, my guess is pianist and composer. Jon Batiste who's joining us at the piano from the studio WNYC in New York. He is the music director of the late show is Stephen Colbert where he leads his band Stayman and he has a new album called Hollywood. Africans will be right back. This is fresh air support for this podcast and the following message come from the partnership for a new American economy research fund as a sixteen year old ham, Gary left Sudan to go to college in the United States. And today for Gary is successful entrepreneur and CEO in New York to read more. Stories like figures and see the top one hundred cities for new Americans go to NASA cities, index dot org, slash NPR. Emigrants stories are being shared on Twitter via hashtag. I am America. Would you put on a sweater that once belonged to Hitler? Can Chinese, zodiac science predict who's going to be a great scientist. And what happens when you use a training method for dogs, teach doctors. Answers to all those questions. When my podcast hidden brain. So I wanna move onto to your work on the late show. Stephen Colbert where you're the bandleader and music director, you lead your band, stay human on the show and you had right the theme for the show. So what were what were some of the challenges of writing theme that were different from anything else you've written before? I wanted to write something that captured the theme like quality, which means you on a helmet, did it that that something that captured that humble singable quality, but also that had represented all of my not all of, but just some of the things that I love about TV music or TV themes like the sound of chords on TV like minus seven and major seven chords on television is amazing. I mean players what you're talking about. When you hear those. Those kind of koets on TV. Welcome back. It's just like, just, you know. It's just something about that kind of if you have a deceptive cadence gone to a major court. It, it's on TV. All right. We back yell and how y'all. This, you know. So I wanted I m being an avid sitcom watcher in the nineties, wanted to capture those feelings on the style Jin theme somehow the harmonic progression. So you hear the progression. A

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"john batiste" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Her and never be a part of bb our attitude toward life is comey's e go easy where like human beings used to be before they became to civilized to enjoy themselves the lesson of them off the market go home and pat your cat that's what i say treasure your treasure cat i treasure my roof sir i'm sorry fair loss thank you meet two to china thank you all and with that thank you for joining us vote but i feel given solace in comfort by your presence here on the table today mike hojo's together in person eat afa so much and a rare of leninist ram gillian this is the first of what i hope we many times you join us with me to stand for i am on this both my first now they're male the aim thank you that'll do it for this week's radio atlantic this episode was produced an edited by kevin townsend with production support from kim lau and diana douglas are theme song the battle hymn of the republic is by the one and only john batiste thanks as always to my co host jeffrey goldberg an alex wagner to derek thompson for his insights and to julian white for joining us levers of always meal with your contact information in your thoughts on this episode at 202 two six six seven six zero zero check us out at facebookcom radio atlantic and the atlantic dot com slash radio catch our show notes in the episode description and if you like what you're hearing rate in review us in apple podcast and subscribe in your preferred podcast app most importantly thank you for listening hug your loved ones especially the for ruins close we'll see you next week.

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"john batiste" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"Um if this is in fact who we are than we have both the responsibility and the agency to change it there's something powerful in that um i have no idea whether or not will step up to that responsibility but it is i think who we are deep there's one last idea of the year that will play for the last time in 2017 in a way when i say the next to last idea here the next to last idea is subscribe to the atlantic because you have to support quality journalism in two thousand eighteen absolutely thank you yes okay and go the last laugh am and the last last best idea 2017 i think is a brilliant musician by the name of john batiste stepping into a studio and recording the frican battle hymn of the republic in the best way ever and so when window began best idea by popular demand we will play the battle hymn of the republican full after the closing credits conclude happy 2017 better yet row happy 2018 every where he felt river we will see you next that'll do it for this year's radio atlantic this episode was produced in edited by kevin townsend with production support from diana douglas and kim lau thinks to my co host jeff an alex and all the atlantic staffers who shared their thoughts hurry friedman adrian green ed yang andrew mcgill julie back venue kirk leneker cruised joe pinsker in adrian the france thanks also to all of you called an gotta thought to add leave us voice met with your contact information 202 two six six seven six zero zero check us out at facebookcom radio atlantic in the atlantic dot com slash radio catch the show notes in the episode description and if you like what you're hearing rate in review s in apple podcast and subscribe in your preferred podcast app most important thanks as always is to you for listening mayor fortunes near ahead exceed eur grand disturbs we'll see you.

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"john batiste" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download

The Dinner Party Download

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"john batiste" Discussed on The Dinner Party Download

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