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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"New recorded a couple of sessions for us at Lac Sita which is the studio where preservation hall jazz band records and practices. If we're GONNA hear a few of these on world cafe in the near future we asked you to curate those sessions and you chose a few artists to start with one of those artists was Don Vapid. Could you tell us a little bit about don? Oh Boy Don Vathi is. Probably the coolest cats New Orleans in many ways. I mean he you know he was born and raised here. He is a Kriegel American He actually did a PBS. Documentary called American CREOLE LA. Believe from some years ago. When we spoke with him he had just finished an album that was inspired by the blue books of New Orleans and for most of us. When we think about blue book's we think about like those books that we actually wrote our essays in in college or in school. You know when you're in your take as In in New Orleans. The Blue Book is something totally different. And that's related to story. Ville or mostly white men would be able to get off the train in New Orleans and pick up a blue book. That would give you a kind of tour. It's like a catalogue of the women who are at a particular brothel you see or it would give you a catalog to all of the brothels and which women you would find their who was who who ran the establishment who who worked in the establishment. And what their particular attributes war. It was kind of like you know a very reared sears roebuck catalog. That's one way to put it okay. So you'll be able to hear the session with Don Happy In a while on Rafi those those sessions are coming up in the next little while your first artists that we're going to hear from is key kerner. Could you tell us a bit about Maggie? Kerner before we hear it boy. I tell you once hear or you won't forget her. I mean she's got an incredible voice. And here's a singer who comes from a northern Louisiana comes from the Shreveport area from a non musical family. You know which is so antithetical to New Orleans for every family's musical but in shreveport she grew up there's a girl grew up essentially keeping her musical talent you know under her vest and And then only after you know maybe I think she appeared in some school. Play as a maybe a middle schooler or something like that. Dinner parents realized that she could really sing. You know and she ultimately came down to New Orleans. But what makes a Maggie interesting is that she can sing almost any kind of music and when she was coming up She was only writing music but she was also seeing music With galactic FUNK BANDS NEW ORLEANS. That's been touring for the past twenty five years so she was singing their music. She was singing some of the covers that they were doing. So talk about being able to do a An aretha Franklin cover. I mean not. Many people can pull one off. Maggie Kerner can. Actually you know now. One of the things that that Maggie Kerner learned in all four years of touring was that She didn't WanNa do songs that were just about like girl meets boy does he love me and and so she wrote the song called if I die which is a song really to herself about. You know what this shot at having a career in music really means you know what it what. What kind of music does she want to sing? What kinds of ideas that she wanted to convey and she's you know she's she's got ideas about how her impressions of the world in how she thinks that the world might be able to get a little better and I think that that's why she wants to shoot her shot with if I die for going to hear if I die Maggie Kerner in just a minute gwen. Thank you so much for talking to me today. Raina it's been a real pleasure. Thank you we're so excited for what Gwen has in store for you as our New Orleans correspondent for World Cafe. You'll hear our first session tomorrow on the show from her of a here is a little.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:15 min | 5 months ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Right back. Call box array at someone and how Mama their rags of many every piece was small and I didn't have a cold and it was a way down and fall mamas together so an angry peas with that was Dolly Parton. Coda of many colors. I've talking to Gwen Tompkins. She is our new New Orleans correspondent here on World Cafe You are back in New Orleans now known for being a pretty lively city but as recording it They were recording. Is Friday April third? A lot of people are staying home right now I'm talking to you from my apartment in Toronto right now. What's it like in New Orleans today? Well it is fairly quiet. I'll tell you that it's very quiet here People are you know. People are becoming accustomed to a whole new way of living in New Orleans right now. A lot of people on tend to be drawn to this part of the world because people in New Orleans are friendly. People will talk to you on the street. People will address you as a total stranger and really say how are you and they kind of wait until you answer before they before they move on you know so this this is a place that has a very personal touch and I remember talking for instance to Rickie Lee Jones who had lived in California for some years and then returned to New Orleans To live because for that very reason she said you know I never had a human. You know easy human interaction on the streets of Los Angeles but in New Orleans people kind of you kind of make you feel at home. And that's very true of this place so we are learning to be friendly without touching each other and within a six foot you'll meet like outside of a six foot margin. You know that being said. I think that it's very scary here right now because so many musicians are here and they make their living with their weekly gigs every On a regular basis they make their living in live performance. They're not as married to You mean to putting out albums for instance but they But they are married to that kind of give and take between themselves and their audiences. You know every pitcher need to catch her and and that's what the audience is the Catcher. And of course This week we got the terrible news. That Ellis Marsalis has died Ellis Marsalis was a really He was the grand statesman of modern jazz music in New Orleans and the man was He died at the age of eighty five in in those years that he split chiefly in New Orleans. You know he you know he had touched the lives of so many musicians and made so many musicians even those who don't play more jazz as a as a concentration you know. He made them better musicians by his work ethic by his professionalism and also by some pretty brutal but but Helpful advice that he gave to musicians. I wonder if you could give us a Vivian. Ellis Marsalis track. We could we could throw out all boy there are there are a lot You Know He. He never thought of himself as particularly gifted as a composer but he has written some beautiful songs and one of them. That I absolutely love is called after That was Ellis Marsalis. I'm talking to Gwen Tompkins. The New World Cafe New Orleans correspondent So before the pandemic for all of this happened Gwen.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:24 min | 5 months ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"I I really am happy about this. I love New Orleans. I Love World Cafe. This is a perfect match and I'd love to give the World Cafe listeners. Little idea of what you do where you are you host a music show called music inside out at ww. In New Orleans Could you tell us a bit about that? Show while music inside out is a is a program that my My colleague and friend Lifelong Friend Lynette. Johnson and I started back about eight years ago or so back in two thousand twelve. And of course it's our belief that so much of American music has been Influenced by the music and cultural Landscape of Louisiana and And so we want to tell people about it and we want people to be able to hear a song no matter what song it is on the radio and be able to experience it and at the same time. Know where it's coming from know why that lick is there. No why that syncopation is there so when you hear a song like rock steady which is one of my favorite aretha Franklin songs in the world and you're like Oh my God. That beat is so amazing and single patient is amazing and it means something to you in a way that you don't understand why but you love it more than any other song that makes you dance and then you realize that's Dr John Playing Percussion on that song you know and and it's by no mistake because there are so many artists who from here who as side men or who has producers have brought in certain musical sensibilities and licks and things like that into songs that are not even you know superficially related to this area but that makes these songs so much more interesting. I want to Throw a little clip of rock steady on just so we can hear what you're talking about there. Offi ARETHA Franklin rock steady. I've talked to Gwen Tompkins..

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Are new electric vehicle models real competition for Tesla?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:46 min | 1 year ago

Are new electric vehicle models real competition for Tesla?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by scout. The world's leader in service assurance and security for data centers cloud five g. and more net scouts visibility without borders allows issue to see things others can't get a clearer picture at net scout dot com and by smart water smart water is on a mission dad fresh thinking to the world. That's why they created. Two new ways is to hydrate smart water alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant with added selenium helps you find balance for your body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying alexa order smart water yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart. Do people want to buy electric causes is or do they just want to buy tesla's. This is marketplace tech. Demystifying the digital economy on jack stewart in from hollywood tesla still swings wildly between between profits and losses from quarter to quarter but sales of it's more affordable model. Three sedan are strong. It was western europe's bestselling battery in the first half off of twenty nine thousand nine hundred and in the u._s. Outselling luxury gas-powered competition from b._m._w. Mercedes audi and lexus and for a few years now journalists elissa cover transportation like me have been watching to see if this is the time electric cars of finally set to become a major part of the market tesla is still pretty specialist really so will either be available on every lot chelsea sexton's a longtime e._v. consultant. She's been deeply involved in this world l. since the radical general motors e._v. one came out in nineteen ninety-six so we thought we check in with her and ask are the mainstream manufacturers taking e._v. Seriously we are seeing some things starting to happen. Certainly more models are are starting to be introduced at the same time. Sales aren't hockey stick growing the way that certain folks would have a uh-huh hoped an assume they would electric cars are basically compelled by three regulations around the world cafe standards in the u._s. The california's air mission mandate and c._o. Two standards words in europe china's going all electric too but sort of an island in market at the moment not that much cross pollination so automakers are all sort of getting ready to do electric cars and accepting it is something they're going to have to do but not terribly excited about it and the more they can be allowed to delay many of them still will it feels like this is an exciting time time for it feels like i'm seeing more marketed and on the roads and what's actually happening. Odd brands bringing cost to market. There are a few more that just hit that everyone's been really excited. What about it's been kind of the year of the mostly premium but but smallish s._u._v. category that the jaguar i pace the audi e tron and even in the in the more konami brands the hundai kona and the kea niro all of which are in sort of this small to medium size s._u._v. category so it's a category that folks.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Section. We are three hurricanes works. I'm here with Cam Cope. <hes> World Cafe and their latest records called how to socialize and make friends <hes> the next thing that you're going to play later on the face of God. I want people to listen really closely and listen to the lyrics. I'm really glad that you're <hes> performing this one for us today before we hear it <hes> Georgia what I really like about your songwriting on on this song on the lyrics of the song is that you really don't count anything in metaphor yearly. I think saying exactly what you need to say. I'm do you want to set this up a little bit for us before we hear the song or should we talk about it. After I'm sick of talking about the song's about Oh wow it's not the women that need to be having these conversations anymore. It's the men agree with you and I always ask me all musicians about this sort of number. I asked him about being dad's a lot more than uh-huh but anyway <hes> let's hear the song and then maybe I want people to hear and Leeann and then we'll we'll follow up okay here we go. This is camp cope with the face of God <music> <music>. <music> <music> <music> <music> uh mm-hmm <music> <music> Aura <music> eh <music> <music>. <music> <music> <hes> that's camp cope with the face of God live here at World Cafe as a very moving song to to me <hes> you sing about somebody's music being too good to have done something bad your music's too good <hes> and as a woman who works in radio myself we have come up against that question <hes> a lot recently right and we've all sort of had to think about what the line is <hes>. I feel like musicians that just kind of sane is like really important like ECON touch them. They're like Gods and sorry that are in have to follow the same rules as everyone else. It's like Ryan Adams. I think of another like forty year old man like damning like sixteen year old girls. You'd be like put them in jail because because it's not <hes> it's like Oh that's fine. I'm Michael Jackson walking around with like little kids. He say like an old man. We'll hear him with little kids. You'd be like that's wrong. Put Him in jail but because Michael Jackson like you know let them do whatever is music's really good Nina here but it's more more important is what's more important many like off like a privilege not a riot like so many other like professions and things like that. If you abuse the power like you legally come in that profession anymore you know teaches or price so things like that so it seems really strange when musicians a literally doing things that are breaking the law like they still allowed to perform and be put in situations where they can influence people and abuse that power again and it's like it's really confusing to me why it still allowed God. He have some level of success. It's like it's almost like I actually heard. The other. Day wasn't a musician but I was in a when we first got in to L._A.. Sitting waiting for a coffee and there was this man talking really really loudly next to me and he was talking to these other men that he was with and he's like Oh. It's just so annoying. I can't watch woody Allen movies anymore now annoying that is and I was just like so jet lagged and wanting to tend swim thing. Do you know who else thinks. It's probably annoying <hes> all the people that he's done bad things to. I'm so sorry for your loss of watching a movie of saying before it's sort of like that it's it's really interesting and people forget that there are lots of movies and there are lots of songs and there are lots of people who make things in situations yeah if the worst thing that's ever happened to us that you can't listen to a band anymore. Then you having a pretty good time amen to that yeah yeah exactly I'm here with Cam Cope on world cafe and their latest records called how to socialize and make friends. We've Got Georgia singing singing leads and playing guitar Kelly on Bass Tom on drums and managing the band. <hes> thank you all so much for for talking. Thanks for what you do..

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Tito's handmade vodka born and bred in Austin Texas. The live music capital of the world eighty proof Tito's handmade vodka fifth generation inc.. Distilled and bottled in Austin Texas. You're listening to World Cafe Hi. I'm Kelly nobody can see the future. People can get really good at guessing shirt but to predict what's going to happen next his heart so when a magazine Rolling Stone calls you the future of Blues Music that can be a tough Monica to live up to because we all live in the present thankfully my guest Christone King Fish Ingram has absolutely the right mentality for moniker like that mainly because he doesn't pay much mind Chris down is an absolute absolute beast playing guitar. He's impressed a lot of people over the years and by the way he's only twenty including people like buddy guy who appears on the album and having cosigns and people like Buzi Collins and Dave Grohl doesn't hurt either crystals down to earth warm and the type of guy. You'd want to trade music stories with and I'm glad you're with me for this one. Let's get started with a live performance of his song from his debut album King Fish. This is outside of this town. It's Christone Ingram on world cafe. Yeah I and they go out doing the same old shooting. Is the name live outside. It is a Dan Rea Day. Hey but mm-hmm <music>. The crew family and in bag you go to see across mm-hmm yeah <music> <music> <music> <music> <music> and. uh-huh yeah <music> Chris Down King Fish Ingram that's outside of this town onstage a scorching live performance here from Philadelphia. You're listening to World Cafe Kaleo King Fish. It's nice to meet thank you. I really appreciate it. Thank ever have mirror moved. Definitely I'm amazed by guitar playing at a chance to see it <hes> from the stage. It's incredible thank you but I heard you were originally a drummer and that was a that was more like a Church Day. When I was growing up okay and <hes> the I play drums for a little bit and that's when I moved to base and Moody Guitar Show after that Yeah so wait so you had you had a brief phase as a basis yeah we <hes> back when I was learning guitar to Delta Blues <hes> <hes> I felt like my fingers was too big for strings so I moved over to Beijing you know less threes and you know they know and destroyed thicker so I learned base and basis my instrument full time I played bass in different bands back home and <hes> stood if other bass players and round fourteen thirteen twelve maybe around in areas when I switched over to guitar you picked up guitar sometime in your teenage years? Wow do you remember the first time do you remember the first time playing with it. My Ah Dad.

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World Cafe

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"You're listening to world cafe. I'm Talia Slinger today, we've something special for you. It is our any visit to Willie Nelson's tour bus. Okay. It's our second visit to Willie Nelson's tour bus, but it has been about a year since we last caught up with Willie. He's been busy since then he released a Frank Sinatra tribute album called my way. Which when Grammy he's expanded his health and wellness brand Willie's remedy to include CBD infused coffee in April Willie turned eighty six and now he's got a new album out. It's called ride me back home, and it was made with his producer and collaborator buddy cannon. And I talked about some of the new songs and we dug back into some of his classics. He told me about writing crazy hanging in Amsterdam with snoop Dogg and the story of how Willie met his wife Anne and what makes this trip extra special is we got to meet some of Willie's crew backstage before the show and find out what life is like with him on the ROY. Our world cafe producer. John Meyers and I caught up with team Willie in Phoenix. Arizona, where he was about to play the celebrity theatre a twenty-six hundred seat theater in the round from the outside. The celebrity looks like a UFO landed in the middle of desert. We got there on a beautiful day. Some of Willie's crew were hanging outside in the parking lot. There were road cases tour buses and Larry also known as peyote. I'm Talia Willie's. Prue has a real family vibe, and it's no wonder many of them have worked together. For decades, there, even on Willie for forty years. Wow. The biggie like forty six Tom and forty buddy forty. You know, everybody's been twenty years, better amazing. Well, not everybody's been on the road with Willie for decades. John Selman has worked with Willie for just thirteen years. I guess that makes him the new guy. John is Willie's tour.

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World Cafe

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Lots of people end up here after playing in which bigger venues because it's just too bright southern music. Let's go in. Okay, was very photos on the walls the venue. Maybe maybe we'll get to see them. Connect. Inside wieland's. It's often all walks us through the noisy front heart to the empty venue in the back gopher bear smell. Oh, wow. We got a good mop in the corner. The walls are covered in photos of bands will played Whelan's. And we've just arrived upstairs when we see a familiar face. It's paul. So what do you remember about this Joe, I remember I lost shirt off to the shame? And I was favored shirts and hasn't shown up. Look look at the square. What area of Bill will this has been assigned here here in three thousand three? Seve just celebrated your twenty th anniversary as a band. I can do math. This is five years in. So the album too. Wow. Reckon call music and max. And what stage of like feeling like this was gonna take off the ruby? Connect to the the second is when we sort of. I felt like we really connected with second code. And looking at like the shows that we just did the victory chose anniversary shows. That was the show that sold out quickest that record that's me. Two. Stay with people. What's a song from that record? That you still I really love that. We should have sold them next to you. Syllable and my favorite favorite recordings. We'll have this Stu disliked penny lane style trumpet solo in It it. is one of those moments. We built in Mississippi. All right time, newly Huilan's for one more stop with and on bell x one still raining outside when we travel a couple of kilometers to the other side of the river Liffey to a quiet side street and a Brown brick house. So this is Francis terrace on boast reasons, but failed. And I used to live there. Number one polit there with a bunch of different friends over time, and they had the whole house. They got to know their neighbors across the road. Here we have competition day center these guys feed. Homeless people and people who can't. Afford food. Twice or three times a day..

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World Cafe

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Tears me world cafe attacking markets. And Ben love it at one point market said that the this record might have been more even about people than about art. Tell me like say what does that mean say a little bit more about that? What is a bit more of an outward looking record than the name would looking like release for us songs like guarding? And if I say and. Women. They're all about other people. Whereas, you know in the post sounds I love the lie about ourselves. And of course, like Dylan says every so many is always kind of about e every time we have is a with kind of about full. Salka cool. It. On this particularly feels more out looking. And I think that partly comes from having been more time at home, and I am very much. But this is the most extended Pera Tom spent in London in ten years on a sleep because we were quoted while. Yeah, we recruited longer than we have before. And we haven't been non of that loan. Yeah. In a decade. I think paulie that led to us experiencing the lives of those around us more than we had over the few years before in automating bubble like the loss gem. We did seventy shows which is the cautious touring you. We've had enormous but on fifty one seventy so, and then you have travel as well as just shy. It was the quads storing we'd had which meant that. We did spend more time with families and friends and experiencing that lives sort of face to face meant that we just go more exposure to not real spice yet that guiding light was one of those outward facing songs and to me it like it sounds good. It's an off an offering what I hear when I hear like an offering to a friend. Do you have do you have somebody in in mind in particular? Do you wanna keep that close to your chest? Yeah. I think it's it's one of those. It's a of it's one of those songs that for me. Anyway, it's it's scrubbing the giving and the receiving of of support in the time when it's needed and those time is drastically needed in lots of people have and their experience exposes the vocalism of that. And it could be a bit of a rallying cry to. It's like he can throw you the wool. And then you have to come on the woollen trace it. It's so felt like a good stop. I mean sonically though, million miles away from stuff we've done before. So it felt the most familiar to people who knew musical ready. I think it represents the breadth the kind of sonic pilot trying to achieve on this record. But was a good place to stop. Well, let's hear it. Right. Distant? She is. Again. Don't you see? Become. Style. St. Scott. Don't you slip? Don't just. Your. Don't just see. When there is no. Being the gun. Comeback. The sound of the. And you know. Kazan? Don't just sit hands become blonde. Zien in when there is no star. You love me guiding. There is no star. Our speed. Learn shading. We'll find. In a golden. Switch..

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World Cafe

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Live here at world cafe that is a performance of the title track. Meet me at the river by Don Landis. She's my guest here. Don. Welcome back to world cafe. Thank you. Yeah, we're happy to have you. So you had been working in New York City for a really long time, but said that you want to make a Nashville record. What Nashville record is has changed so much recently, I feel like we should define what you meant by making a Nashville record. Right. I think what I wanted was that country politics sound that was so prevalent in the late fifties and early sixties. I'm a big skier Davis fan, so her music seemed very lush and orchestral with all the background vocals and the strings and Chet Atkins produced all that stuff. But there were so many great records. I mean, Brenda, Lee, ROY, orbison, Dolly Parton stuff. Everybody was making these sort of big sounding records. They felt cinematic sort. And I wanted to do something like that. So you didn't just go to Nashville, try to do that. You actually called up one of the guys who was responsible for creating that sound. I guess, Fred foster country, music hall of Famer who produced Ali pardons debut album and he produced, I think, Pretty Woman who did or and nowadays he semi retired. Why was he the right guy for the job for you? Well, I first of all, I when I called him on, I had to call him on the phone. You called him. I cold called hand didn't know didn't know him at all. And you know he's in his eighties and was sort of actually said, who are you in? Why are you calling me? How did you get my number. Number. Got it from a live very legit source. It was a friend of his and who said, you know, good luck. I don't know if he'll say yes, but you might as well approach about it. So I, I reach out to him on the phone and it was very scary. And you know, he'd never heard of me and he doesn't use the internet. So there's no way he would have just take my name into an internet browser. He was not about that. He had me send him a press packet in the mail. So I had to photocopy stuff online printed out, and then I had to send him some albums of mine and then some demos of the stuff that I was interested in working on. And he said, you know, if I can be helpful, I'll let you know you sent him all this hard cough hard copies in the mail. And then how do you hear back?.

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World Cafe

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Back on the world cafe that's Qatar doors from clash. Talking about our guest Wayne Kramer of the MC five. His new book is called the hard stuff. The ban BMC fifty Wayne and a bunch of great guest musicians will be out onto her this fall. So you're out of jail. You're living in New York and I, it seems like you just have this incredibly bad streak of luck. You're married and divorced. Short time your managers suggest you move in with him. He puts his name on the least changes the locks. You're divorced, broke and homeless and you take a new career as a carpenter, how did that happen? Well, I got sick of impor-. You know, you could be in a band and the band will be doing well for a year or two, or you might even have some hit records, but everything runs if you're a musician and you get a gig as soon as gigs done, you gotta find another gig and. I saw in New York that every poet I knew every actor I knew every bass player. I knew all had day jobs, and I always was a snob about day jobs. You know, I thought my attitude was, well, if he could play, he wouldn't need a day job does. That's how arrogant I was and full of myself. And then one day there, I am just, you know, sick of impor- between gigs and and I answered.

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World Cafe

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"That is robert finlay joining us today for a live taping of the world cafe his new album is called going platinum produced by dan our back released uneasy i sound robert welcome to the world cafe that's haven't been here my pleasure man so you released your first record at the age of sixty two but you've been a music lover and player your entire life i wanted to start way back at the beginning can you tell me how you picked up your first guitar my dad had sim into town to buy my first passed shoes and he gave me a twenty dollar bill and i pass by this women sound his beautiful red guitar that's in nineteen ninety five and i'm like you know i can buy his guitar and i don't have a nickel left you know and so that's really high while the first they the lady at the store told me say you gotta pay the taxes well you know what do ten yo kid know about taxes but she insisted that all the taxes so it was five of us and we just dropped out here and headed out the store and it was going to lady she just call us back i guess she she couldn't stand the five young guys go out to store with the head shaking they doing wrong so she gave me the get tar and nickelback and we went across the street to a little snickering dime store and bought five pieces of bubble gum for that nickel.

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World Cafe

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Joe's nobody this whole thing i'll tell you know what i'm talking about active though that never knew live at the world cafe sounding so so sweet that is charlie crockett and his band with little girl's name off charlie's new album called lonesome as a shadow charlie welcome to the world cafe thank you for having me or very happy to have you here grateful beer too i feel very lucky i call so do we so the first thing that stands out when i look when i look at the album the economy of the songs you've got thirty minute record twelve songs how'd you learn that that was the sweet spot these short short tunes we get intel story and get out because came up and learn how to play and record and by listening to fast domino and hank williams and chuck berry and you know i don't think those boys ever had song that made it to three minutes either you know i'm gonna get in do my thing and get out before they figure me out so i'm glad you think the sweet spot i do yeah you do and so you're you're untorn now you're headlining tour but you started out playing here there and everywhere and busking and we're gonna talk about a lot of that and performing on the streets and i'm imagining that some of the venues that you're playing now you might have in your earlier days played outside of down the street from so tell me a bit about how the feeling of touring now is different that might have been back in the day oh yeah i mean costly feel in the style ju you know like i was in new york city last night and i played on those played above ground on the subway platforms and in the train cars for about four years so even place like mercury lounge where i was playing last night i'd never even been inside just because you know it costs money just to get in so last night i was really reminiscent and find it's just i'm doing the same exact thing i was doing on the street.

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World Cafe

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from google cloud during march madness the ncwa is using google cloud to turn data into insights and so can your business see how at g dot co slash march madness google cloud the official cloud of the nc double a you're listening to the world cafe i'm kaleo in for talia today we welcome back jessica lean mayfield her most recent album sorry is gone is a deeply personal record it's also very loud and distorted mayfield continues to trade the dan auerbach produced wistful americana of her two thousand eight debut for the sound she embraced on her last album twenty four teams and make my head saying this time around producer john agnello helped her with the fuzzed grunge she loves so much lyrically this record rooms in a different direction than her previous releases the themes on this album involved jessica's experience as a domestic violence survivor during her relationship with her ex husband part of the interview is discussing some of those themes it's a powerful story something she wanted to share for important reasons but it's also a sensitive subject so heads up to those who might be concerned let's get started with a live version of the song wish you could see me now it's jessica mayfield on the world cafe.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message come from isotope makers of spire studio the portable multitrack recording system that lets you easily capture mix edit and share professional quality recordings wherever and whenever inspiration strikes learn more at spier dot live hail listening to the world cafe i'm taliation langer today the barbara others she was one man in demands so loyalty the barbara others are beautiful fluky sort of a band made up of brothers andrew and brad and a secret weapon sarah pazenski plays harp she met brad when they were neighbors in montreal it was a pretty small part in building there's just the two apartments sarah's practice remiss next door to my bedroom so i would hear a lot of harped coming through the wall before ever really met sarah might just emily indebtedness into her practicing mozarts and moller on the i you know i was getting schools we got school two sara hauled her harp all the way to the world cafe it is huge it's taller than our producer john myers who is six foot too and she's rig debt with pickups and affects pedals normally used on electric guitar so in this session we asked sarah to break down her impressive set up and demonstrate the unique rock and roll sound she can poll advan instrument that sorta looks more at home in a symphony bendon indy touring van the core trio of the bar others are here with brett lenny on pedal steal morgan more on base and lease at un niki on backing vocals to perform music from the bar brothers latest album called queens of the breakers they started off with a live performance of the title track right here the royal cafe.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from the stars original series counterpart a conspiracy thriller starring academy awardwinner j k statements watch counterpart sundays at apm only on stars download the stars app and start your free trial now his of the world cafe i'm david die and now for some new music as a part of our sense plays trip to south africa native young began as a bedroom project for the keep down musician yanni meyer but after hours of recording the white south african realized that to truly make the songs what he wanted them to be need some help meeting the traditional shows a marimba player marks kaley launched him into further collaborations and the resulting album kings one a south african music award for best alternative album yawning who was born after the end of apartheid didn't realize all that he would learn from the musicians he collaborated with from keep downs townships we'll talk about that with both him and mark but first here's my performances from native young moon godley god let's see again the i again god no oh god moon sagging the lead science god let's not nazi the uh mm a half familyrun in in and uh shara manny trine pin cutting mass cells into peace suited so for this way uh fee nitz long uh high me meanwhile ooh right friday the body man simon say only johnson.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"In group oh no one alone live performance by combo chimbinda that was dummy to mano before that congo both off their debut album called albia yala thanks so much to come which him be too for coming in thanks to africa tino productions for book in that for us and to the wind coat foundation for making our latin roots series possible i'm telling you shlenker you're listening to the world cafe support for this npr podcast and the following message come from go to meeting businesses count on go to meeting for simple reliable online meetings with nearly sixty million friction lists meeting supported each year go to meeting is where real work gets done at goto to meeting dot com.

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"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"world cafe" Discussed on World Cafe

"Support for this npr podcast in the following message come from red bull radio at any given moment red bull radio might be playing the latest dancehall out of kingston techno from berlin underground hiphop or old soul gems you'll know what you were looking for when you hear it listen at red bull radiocom you're listening to the world cafe antalya slanger today buzi collins check out this article that big most todd booties baselines have been secret sauce by james brown and parliament funke delic his rolodex is full of funky pals including victory stanley clark emily bernie were l who all play on booties new record back in the day duty and his brother were hired to back james brown to introduce booty to a thing called the one first time i ever heard it is with when i was playing with james brown and his wrap were not sign up i love what you're doing but yet get did give me what i said oh you be like could could put it didn't do yes i'm glad i thought of it if you still don't know what the one is neither but boutique collins will explain it to david di on the world cafe though bobble boot zambezia the world's omit rhinestone rockstar month of adult baby bobble buki is in the house today i'm david di for the world cafe buzi collins larger than life animated base playing leader the rubber band has a new album his first in six years cone worldwide funk booty grew up in ohio and turned to the basis instrument because his older brother catfish collins grabbed the qatar first the to play together in early bands and when james brown fired his entire banned they became his backing band historically known as the g bees boots he later moved on to play in parliament funke deleg with george clinton where he developed his top had wearing space bees playing persona in nineteen 76 boots he launched his own career with rubber band the new album worldwide funk has guests from all musical world's including hiphop funk and jazz he even as a song featuring requ.

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