American jazz singer and songwriter
En este episodio muy especial de Songmess nuestra serie ecuatoriana continúa con una alucinante conversación junto a la compositora, cantante, educadora y poeta Kichwa, Tamya Morán. La comunidad indígena, y en particular la comunidad Kichwa, es sumamente visible en Ecuador, donde se desempeñan en gran parte en ámbitos agricultores y artísticos. Nuestra entrevista con Tamya abarca los retos de ser una mujer indígena desenvolviéndose en el mundo cultural occidental, la importancia de mantener costumbres ancestrales vivas y en evolución, cuestionamientos hacia su propia comunidad, como la vestimenta tradicional puede ser un arma de resistencia, y mucha música. Este fue el primer episodio que grabamos en Quito y las poderosas palabras de Tamya resonaron con nosotros por todo el resto del viaje. Episodio imperdible! Playlist: Tamya Morán, Billie Holiday, Mercedes Sosa, Luzmila Carpio, y Oscar Troya + Gabriel Montufar + Curi Cachimuel. Tamya Morán Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2EURZrbEvyVCeuokycUQfE?si=8EbWXVk0R4K62CwjjMF0Ig Tamya Morán YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TamyaMoran Tamya Morán Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tamyamoran_oficial/ Tamya Morán Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tamy.moran.5 Richard Villegas Instagram: www.instagram.com/rixinyc/?hl=en Songmess Instagram: www.instagram.com/songmess/?hl=es-la Songmess Facebook: www.facebook.com/songmess/?ref=settings Songmess Twitter: twitter.com/songmess Songmess Merch: via DM #BOPS Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2sdavi01h3AA5531D4fhGB?si=7e73b0c989ea400f Sigue a Songmess en Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play o SoundCloud, y encuéntranos en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram, o contáctanos directamente a firstname.lastname@example.org
We had the pleasure of interviewing Nikki Yanofsky over Zoom video!Montreal based jazz singer Nikki Yanofsky returns today with the release of her new album ‘Nikki By Starlight' via MNRK Music Group – a 15-track voyage through vintage jazz standards from storied musicians Frank Sinatra, Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Miles Davis, and more. ‘Nikki By Starlight' was co-produced with the JUNO-winning producer/composer Paul Shrofel and features contributions from Stevie Wonder's bandmate Greg Phillinganes, Nathan East (Eric Clapton, Herbie Hancock, Michael Jackson) and the iconic Cuban-American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval.Yanofsky recorded these songs on a vintage RCA 77C, the microphone that was used by Ella Fitzgerald. Yanofsky's transportive musical touch brings the Great American Songbook into the 21st century, providing a chance for new audiences and existing fans alike to fall in love with a refreshed style.Ultimately, ‘Nikki By Starlight' is a mix of ballads, uptempo tracks and sambas that make you believe in teleportation. “Comes Love” has a real slinky vibe reminiscent of an old-fashioned speakeasy, “C'est Si Bon'' is a nod to 1960s Paris with a very classic French arrangement, “West Coast Blues'' features a pocketed ensemble with Greg Phillinganes on organ and a Lalo Schifrin inspired horn solo, and “Estate” is an Italian classic featuring Arturo Sandovel's signature trumpet.With ‘Nikki By Starlight,' Yanofsky continues to prove her artistry – stemming all the way back to when she sang the National Anthem on live television at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver in front of 3.2 billion people. Yanofsky's self-titled album ‘Nikki,' released in 2010, gained the attention of the late prolific songwriter Rod Temperton (“Thriller,” “Rock With You,” “Boogie Nights”), who took her under his wing becoming her mentor, creative coach and musical champion. Her sophomore effort Little Secret, found Yanofsky exploring the velvet-clad sweet spot between jazz and pop with bold sentiments that signaled a self-assured coming of age. In 2020 she released ‘Turn Down The Sound,' a 10-track LP (eOne Music) that showcases her independence and marks a newfound departure for her career as a young musician, earning praise upon release from Billboard, Uproxx, and more.We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #NikkiYanofsky #NikkiByStarlight #NewMusic #Zoom #NewMusicListen & Subscribe to BiBhttps://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Tonight's program features Lester Young and Billie Holiday from the 1940s in the first half. We'll year Young with the Kansas City Six, with Nat "King" Cole and Buddy Rich, and accompanying Holiday. West Coast cool in the second half: Bud Shank, Gerry Mulligan, Stan Getz with Kenny Barron, the Dave Brubeck Quartet, and Victor Biglione.
Not many people can claim being one of the great artists of the Harlen Renaissance, personal jeweler of Billie Holiday and the first Black woman to take over the jewelery and art industry in America. Taniqua digs into the life and career of Winifred Mason Chenet, the first Black commercial jewleler in the US and the mentor of many anazing artisans, including Art Smith. Follow us on IG: @blackfashionhistorypodcast @taniquarudell
Paris, sixième arrondissement, on passe devant l'hôtel de la Louisiane, on continue encore une centaine de mètres, sur la droite on y est. Alexandre Desplat nous reçoit dans un studio d'enregistrement, à l'occasion des sorties en salle du film Tirailleurs et de Pinocchio sur Netflix, dont il a signé les musiques. Un lieu aux « espaces restreints mais très chaleureux, avec beaucoup de boiseries », dans lequel « il a passé des nuits et des nuits ».Le compositeur de musiques de film âgé de 61 ans évoque son enfance passée à Paris auprès d'un père rabelaisien collectionneur de disques de jazz et une mère d'origine grecque qui lit beaucoup et enseigne le yoga à écouter Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, du fado ou de la musique indienne, ses rituels autour du thé japonais, sa passion pour la flûte traversière, sa découverte des ballets russes, de Stravinsky, Ravel, Prokofiev, son goût de l'étranger et du cinéma italien, son admiration pour John Williams, sa détestation pour le XIXe siècle bourgeois, ses longues années d'apprentissage en collaborant à l'émission télé « Nulle part ailleurs », sa rencontre décisive avec Jacques Audiard et le rôle central du metteur en scène...Il revient aussi longuement sur ses méthodes pour composer ses bandes originales : « Je travaille avec le film tourné. Je vais chercher ma musique dans le tréfonds de la psychologie des personnages, ce sont eux qui vont m'emmener. Je passe des heures avec les comédiens dans mon studio à les regarder sur écran. Je vis avec Cate Blanchett, Brad Pitt, Romain Duris. J'ai besoin de lutter avec l'image. »Depuis quatre saisons, la productrice Géraldine Sarratia interroge la construction et les méandres du goût d'une personnalité. Qu'ils ou elles soient créateurs, artistes, cuisiniers ou intellectuels, tous convoquent leurs souvenirs d'enfance, tous évoquent la dimension sociale et culturelle de la construction d'un corpus de goûts, d'un ensemble de valeurs.Un podcast produit et présenté par Géraldine Sarratia (Genre idéal)préparé avec l'aide de Diane Lisarelli et Imène BenlachtarRéalisation : Emmanuel BauxMusique : Gotan Project Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Reverend Charlie Jackson "Something To Think About"The Yardbirds "Heart Full of Soul"Clem Snide "Let's Explode"Lucky Millinder "I Want A Tall Skinny Papa (02-18-42)"Hank Williams "(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle"Gladys Bentley Quintet "Boogie'n My Woogie"Bob Dylan "Everything Is Broken"Jelly Roll Morton "Sidewalk Blues"Johnny Cash "This Train Is Bound for Glory (with The Carter Family)"Duke Ellington "Money Jungle"Joan Shelley "Something Small"Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys "Rosetta"Louis Armstrong "Beau Koo Jack"Guy Clark "The Waltzing Fool"Lil Green "Romance In the Dark"Allen Toussaint "Whirlaway"S.G. Goodman "When You Say It"Sister O.M. Terrell "I'm Going to That City"Hank Ballard "Sunday Morning Coming Down"Pete Johnson "Death Ray Boogie"Peter Case "Ain't Gonna Worry No More"Jessie Mae Hemphill "Train Train"Fats Waller & His Rhythm "Armful Of Sweetness"John Moreland "Break My Heart Sweetly"Chick Webb "F.D.R Jones"Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint "Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further"Clifford Brown "Mildama"Loretta Lynn "Portland Oregon"Johnny Dodds "New St. Louis Blues"Albert King "I'll Play the Blues for You"Otis Redding "Shake"Valerie June "Shakedown"The Prisonaires "Just Walkin' in the Rain"Willie Nelson & Leon Russell "Trouble In Mind"Robert Wilkins "Old Jim Canan's"Allen Toussaint "Just a Closer Walk with Thee"B.B. King "My Own Fault, Baby Aka It's My Fault"Sidney Bechet "Strange Fruit"Nina Simone "Blues for Mama"Cab Calloway & His Orchestra "Six or Seven Times"Mississippi Fred McDowell "Red Cross Store"Billie Holiday "It's Easy To Blame the Weather"Hayes Carll "Another Like You"Sleepy John Estes "Drop Down Mama"Benjamin Booker "Violent Shiver"Aretha Franklin "Since You'Ve Been Gone"John R. Miller "Relaxation"
This week Jake shares his sense of a deep connection to Gram Parsons, one of Disgraceland's season 7 subjects, formerly exclusive and now free to binge in your podcast feeds everywhere! Billie Holiday too. Meanwhile, Jake takes listener asks for future episodes and puts a call out to all Disgos to find him his next 30-minute, light, end-of-night TV show. Kick in your answers at 617-906-6638 by call or text, and join the After Party. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The air was thick with tension. Police lined the back of the auditorium, daring her to sing the first note. “Southern trees bear a strange fruit,” she sang before all Hell broke loose. Here's the history behind Billie Holiday's most dangerous song. _____________ 2-Minute Black History is produced by PushBlack, the nation's largest non-profit Black media company. PushBlack exists to amplify the stories of Black history you didn't learn in school. You make PushBlack happen with your contributions at BlackHistoryYear.com — most people donate $10 a month, but every dollar makes a difference. If this episode moved you, share it with your people! Thanks for supporting the work. The production team for this podcast includes Cydney Smith, Len Webb, and Lilly Workneh. Our editors are Lance John and Avery Phillips from Gifted Sounds Network. Julian Walker serves as executive producer. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Currently based in Los Angeles, CRAY (Cheney Ray) started her career performing as an opener on Anna Lunoe's HyperHouse Tour. Since then, her incredibly energetic DJ sets have earned her a spot on festivals such as Lollapalooza, Voodoo and HARD Summer. In 2018, CRAY kicked off the year touring through Japan alongside Skrillex, followed by an Australian headline tour in 2019. CRAY played her first sold out live show at the Echo in fall 2019, following the release of her debut EP “seasons change and so do i” Musically inspired by her love for classical jazz and swing artists like Frank Sinatra and Billie Holiday, CRAY brings a refreshing fresh perspective to the electronic scene. Her inventive records allow her to avoid labels and continually reinvent her sound, resulting in a fan base that spans the indie electronic, pop and dance genres. To learn more visit: https://craymusic.com/ This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur. VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/ For ad - free podcasts, exclusive content, one on one lessons, + more visit: https://www.patreon.com/thisislizzyjane
Drive-by Truckers "Dragon Pants"Fleetwood Mac "Like It This Way"Fats Domino "The Big Beat"Aerial M "Wedding Song No.2"Valerie June "You And I"Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers "Give Me Back My Wig (Live)"AC/DC "Let There Be Rock"John Fahey "Uncloudy Day"Adia Victoria "Stuck In The South"Andrew Bird "Underlands"Elizabeth Cotten "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad"Craig Finn "God in Chicago"Ian Noe "Strip Job Blues 1984"Esther Phillips "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You"R.L. Burnside "Miss Maybelle"Hank Williams "I'm Sorry for You My Friend"Joan Shelley "Amberlit Morning (feat. Bill Callahan)"John R. Miller "Lookin' Over My Shoulder"Max Roach "Garvey's Ghost (feat. Carlos "Patato" Valdes & Carlos "Totico" Eugenio)"Ranie Burnette "Hungry Spell"Nina Nastasia "This Is Love"Thurston Harris "I Got Loaded (In Smokey Joe's Joint)"Folk Implosion "Sputnik's Down"Slim Harpo "I'm a King Bee"Wipers "Youth of America"The Scotty McKay Quintet "The Train Kept a-Rollin'"Mississippi John Hurt "Sliding Delta"Magnolia Electric Co. "Montgomery"Dr. John "Memories of Professor Longhair"Billie McKenzie "I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water"Little Walter "Juke"Elvis Presley "Trying to Get to You"Billie Jo Spears "Get Behind Me Satan And Push"Ray Charles "Georgia On My Mind"Freddy King "Hide Away"Furry Lewis "Old Blue"Billie Holiday "What a Little Moonlight Can Do"Bob Dylan "One More Cup of Coffee"The Primitives "How Do Yu Feel"Ramones "Blitzkrieg Bop"Ruth Brown "Lucky Lips"Bonnie 'Prince' Billy "A Minor Place"Pearl Bailey "Frankie and Johnnie"fIREHOSE "In Memory Of Elizabeth Cotton"James Booker "On The Sunny Side Of The Street"Ray Price "The Same Old Me"Mississippi Fred McDowell "My Babe"The Replacements "Here Comes a Regular"
Billie Holiday ascended from the rough and tumble streets of Baltimore and Harlem, through reform school, brothels, and Welfare Island, right to the top of the music game. Her childhood fascination with “whorehouse music” filled a void in her lost innocence, but she soon found a second stabilizer: Heroin. Just when her sensational “Strange Fruit” brought her to Columbia Records, her dependency on hard drugs landed her behind bars. Her mesmerizing voice ensnared listeners unlike any other jazz singer of her day, but in the end, it was narcotics that eventually ensnared Billie Holiday and sealed her fate. This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of sexual assault. To see the full list of contributors see the show notes at www.disgracelandpod.com. This episode was previously exclusive and is now available wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Eyes & Teeth – That's ShowbizToday I invite a cast member from my current Snow White pantomime in Cardiff to join me and share her journey and what a journey she is having. Not just the journey through the woods being chased by a Henchman who is also an icon of Rugby (Gareth Thomas) and a wicked Queen played by one of the UK's greatest actresses Sian Reeves and saved by Muddles who walks about the palace grounds with his hand up an old man along the way bumping into 7 performers with 2 sets of legs each… btw the Way Mike Doyle had visitors to Snow White and the 7 Dwarves this week and they met him after to tell him they really loved the gnomes in the show!!!Anyway this journey is about Denquars life in Hong Kong growing up transporting to Bristol and catapulting her into the World of Jazz and songwriting as well as starring in Qdos & Crossroads pantomimes. We talk about those shows which include Diversity, Count Arthur Strong, Mike Doyle and her all time favourite inspirations in music and her thoughts on working alongside a ventriloquist for 6 weeks in the Capitol of Wales…Welcome Denquar Chupak
On the 12th Episode of Dorm Damage With Tom & Zeus, the guys breakdown the recently released Rolling Stone magazine's 200 Best Singers of All Time.Rolling Stone just released their list of the 200 best singers of all time. The guys go through the top 30 names they have listed and discuss the artists and their ranking. This episode gets the SIOL warning label "WARNING STRONG OPINIONS ARE GIVEN!" For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Get all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below:Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise at AMAZON Shop At Our Amazon Store by clicking below:Shout It Out Loudcast Amazon Store Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below:ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below:iTunesPodchaserStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below:TwitterFacebook PageFacebook Group Page Shout It Out LoudcastersInstagramYouTube Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website:Pantheon Podcast Network To read the ROLLING STONE list click below: The 200 Greatest Singers - Rolling Stone
I'm sure that many people coming out of this holiday season, returning from visiting relatives will wonder: “couldn't we abolish the capitalist family structure?” We've got great news! We're happy to present this conversation between Scott and Sophie Lewis, author of Abolish The Family: A Manifesto of Care and Liberation. In this episode, Sophie speaks about the book, the ideas and inspirations she's pulling from, the critique that the family form not only passes property and generationally allows concentrations of it, but simultaneously limits our horizons of care to these small, private and often abusive relationships. Here we also find ideas of Child Liberation, a challenge to the state form and capitalism, and an invitation to imagine beyond what we've been taught is the natural nucleus of human relationships in what turns out to be a long lineage of ideas cast back through Black feminisms of the 70's and beyond. Anyway, there was a lot here and we hope you enjoy. For a related chat, check out Scott's July 10, 2022 interview with Sophie on the show, and you can find more recordings and essays at her site, LaSophieLle.org and support her freelance writing on her patreon. Next Week… Stay tuned next week, possibly for a chat between Scott and Rhiannon Firth on their recent book, Disaster Anarchy: Mutual Aid and Radical Action. Announcements Blue Ridge ABC Letter Writing If you're in the Asheville area, Blue Ridge ABC will be hosting a letter writing at Firestorm Books on Sunday, January 8th from 3-5pm. Usually, this'd take place the first Sunday of the month but that'd fall on New Years Day and that didn't feel realistic. Colombia Freedom Collective There is an urgent fundraising appeal from the Colombia Freedom Collective as trails approach for the Paso Del Aguante 6, political prisoners from the uprising against police impunity and murder in 2021. You can learn more at ColombiaFreedomCollective.org . … . .. Featured Tracks: It's Like Reaching For The Moon by Billie Holiday from Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia 1933-1944 (CD1) War Within A Breath by Rage Against The Machine from The Battle of Los Angeles
Featuring Louis Armstrong & Earl Hines tonight. We'll hear Armstrong with Billie Holiday, Sy Oliver, and with his All Stars, as well as selections from Porgy & Bess with Ella Fitzgerald. Then Earl ‘Fatha' Hines in a live concert, some solo work, and with Johnny Hodges.
We're featuring Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines tonight. We'll hear Armstrong with Billie Holiday, Sy Oliver, and with his All Stars, as well as selections from Porgy & Bess with Ella Fitzgerald. Then we have Earl "Fatha" Hines in a live concert, some solo work, and with Johnny Hodges.
Rick DellaRatta is now considered by many to be one of the finest Singer/Pianists performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. Through his life long endeavor to help advance people to their highest potential through the understanding of Jazz as well as spreading peace worldwide through his "Jazz for Peace World Tour", Rick DellaRatta is considered to be an innovator and a visionary.http://iaomc.org/ noorinfo.comHis unique and original piano playing and composing has been compared in print to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Horace Silver, Oscar Peterson and Thelonious Monk while his signature vocal sound and style has been likened to Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Joao Gilberto, Ivan Lins, Michael Franks and Antonio Carlos Jobim.Dr. Billy Taylor put Ricks impact in perspective when commenting on Ricks "Thought Provoking CD - he said: "Rick DellaRatta is one of the people who is taking Jazz to the next level". --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/new-mind-creator/support
Glide through the snowy streets of 1952 New York City as we love on the exquisite film Carol. Please accept our seasonal gift for you! Links: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-features/making-carol-why-took-60-851607/ LA Times https://www.latimes.com/books/la-ca-jc-patricia-highsmith-20160228-story.html “Easy Living” Teddy Wilson and Billie Holiday https://youtu.be/1PE2t-YT8D8
Crusty, spluttering city leaders, full of self-righteous outrage over mixed-race dancing that was going on at “The Dude Ranch,” found an excuse to order the West Coast's hottest jazz club shut down. (Portland, Multnomah County; 1940s) (For text and pictures, see https://offbeatoregon.com/1203b-dude-ranch-portland-jazz-scene.html)
Julia Bullock bezeichnet die Jazzmusikerinnen Nina Simone und Billie Holiday als frühe und prägende Vorbilder. Gleichzeitig hat die heute 35jährige Sängerin aus St. Louis eine klassische Gesangausbildung absolviert. Seit knapp zwei Jahren lebt sie in München. Sie konzertiert mit renommierten Orchestern auf internationalen Konzertbühnen. Ihr Debütalbum ist soeben bei Nonesuch Records erschienen und trägt den Titel "Walkin in The Dark". Meret Forster stellt es vor.
ABOUT JUSTIN BOLOGNINO:Justin "JB"'s LinkedIn Profilelinkedin.com/in/jbologninoWebsiteslinktr.ee/metajb (Company)metajb.com (Company)meta.is (Personal)Links:Flatland: https://www.metajb.com/flatland-a-romance-of-manyUnreality: https://www.metajb.com/unreality-1 The Map of Realities: https://medium.com/@jbolognino/the-map-of-realities-4dc12875adbc TwitterjbologninoJustin Bologninos' Bio:Justin Bolognino is the original META.His ground-breaking endeavors are threaded by technology, real-time design and evolutionary immersive experiences focused on revealing hidden human connections. The “Synchronicity Architect" is founder and CEO of META, an immersive experience studio that specializes in “The Art of Being There.” A new META spinoff, launching publicly in early 2022, Unreality is set to be the definitive professional ecosystem for the global “Immersive Media industry.” Taking their skills and touch to nature, Bolognino and wife Elizabeth founded Silent G Farms in North Branch, NY, a retreat compound designed for nourishing creativity and consciousness. JB also helped to develop and launch of Brooklyn Bowl (2009), serving as Creative and Media Director, as well as Arcadia Earth (2019) in NYC, the first artist-driven immersive experience dedicated to sustainability, where he also designed two of the installations.With brand clients like Spotify, Twitter, HP, Samsung, Google, Vimeo, and artistic collaborations with St. Vincent, Dubfire, Skrillex, Phish, Porter Robinson, Troye Sivan, Tiesto and many more, META creates live, multi-sensory experiences that use technology, design and storytelling to ignite the human spirit. META was born originally as “the Meta Agency” in 2009 under Bolognino's philosophy that the artists creating cutting-edge digital event designs and high-tech performance elements should be recognized, much like the celebrities and brands they create for. An industry visionary, Bolognino is extremely forward-thinking when it comes to technology's role in immersive experiences. Over the last 15 years, Bolognino has helped make Brooklyn Bowl a celebrated institution, redefined the SXSW experience through #FEED, produced multiple documentaries, led marketing campaigns, and created interactive art and live music for the sake of creation through his first company, Learned Evolution. His role as designer and curator of The Lab at Panorama, and Director of The Antarctic dome show at Coachella, “FLATLAND: A Romance of Many Dimensions”, has played an essential part in the evolution of the festival experience. Bolognino currently lives at Silent G Farms with wife Elizabeth, daughters Chloe and Francesca, son Just, and puppy Billie Holiday.SHOW INTRO:For some time now I have been interested in the merging of design, AI, technology, neuroscience, and art. They all seem to be coalescing into the creation of a new form of place-making.I like most others have been calling it 'immersive experiences' And while the places that are now being created to provide them are proliferating, I think that we are often seeing them only as spectacle. We pay a few dollars, get immersed in data paintings and surround sound, sometimes get corralled into a gift shop, and we're done. My guess is that we don't often look beyond the use of light and data as building materials – which on it's own is a fantastic and transformational tool in our designers tool box – to consider things like the interrelationship of the design of our environment and consciousness.I'm a big advocate of ontological design, which in its most basic description can be frames as - the things we design design us back. Our brain/body/mind is in a reciprocal feedback loop in which the things we design and put into the world in turn influence our neuro-biochemistry and neuro-physiology so that we are literally made in the image of the environments we inhabit.If we venture down the path of consciousness, we need to consider then that we are not singular entities in this world but that we are part of an integrated and interdependent rhythmic whole. Nicola Tesla wrote an article for Colliers Magazine in 1926 where he penned …“When wireless is perfectly applied, the whole earth will be converted to a huge brain, which in fact it is. All things being particles of a real and rhythmic whole…” He went on to explain that ‘the devices with which we would do this would fit in our breast packet and we would communicate with each other independent of geography…'1926!While written almost a hundred years ago Tesla was envisioning a future of digital communication where we would share information, enabled by software and hardware, and in doing so, we would augment our mindware.Dr. Dan Siegal has a definition of mind that seems to work from me.He explains the mind this way: The Mind is an “emergent, self-organizing, embodied, and relational process that regulates the flow of energy and information.”Our minds are in constant reciprocal feedback loop with the environment including the people in it. We are not independent of it. Each of us as a constituent of a larger whole.The environments we inhabit change us as do the other people that we share those environments with. While we participate in our environments, digitally immersive or otherwise, our perceptions are our realities. This too invites us to consider the various types of realities we now engage in. We are growing beyond what we would have only considered as the reality of immediate experience. The ‘as lived' in ‘real-time' reality of every day. We now have Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. But it doesn't stop there.This is where Justin Bolognino helps created a framework for how we are coming to experience the world around us.Justin's ground-breaking endeavors are threaded by technology, real-time design and evolutionary immersive experiences that focus on revealing hidden human connections. For Justin, our world of experiences include a number of realities can be mapped. Between the Universe – the analog realities and the Metaverse – the digital realities, he defines 6 realities including sonic, IRL, conscious, augmented, virtual and on-line realities.All of these are interrelated and influence the others as well as how we create experiences. Justin's Map of realities is complex and layered with an acute awareness of where each plays a role in our lives creating context meaning and levels of consciousness.He calls himself a “Synchronicity Architect", which is a whole other realm of discussion that we get to in our conversation, and is the founder and CEO of META, an immersive experience studio that specializes in “The Art of Being There.” His company was founded originally as “the Meta Agency” in 2009 under Bolognino's philosophy that the artists creating cutting-edge digital event designs and high-tech performance elements should be recognized, much like the celebrities and brands they create for. Bolognino is extremely forward-thinking when it comes to technology's role in immersive experiences. Over the last 15 years, Bolognino has helped make Brooklyn Bowl a celebrated institution, redefined the SXSW experience through #FEED, produced multiple documentaries, led marketing campaigns, and created interactive art and live music for the sake of creation through his first company, Learned Evolution.He is a jazz musician and our conversation was woven with music theory, neuro and social science, digital media making, consciousness, branding, the influence of social networks on culture and more. There's a lot to Justin Bolognino, much more than I could ever hope to unpack in one podcast.Furthermore, I got the deep impression that the simple auditory format of the show would not do justice to Justin.I nevertheless take that limitation as a given and encourage all to visit his website and dive into his multilayered creative framework for creating live, multi-sensory experiences that use technology, design and storytelling to ignite the human spirit. ABOUT DAVID KEPRON:LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/david-kepron-9a1582bWebsites: https://www.davidkepron.com (personal website)vmsd.com/taxonomy/term/8645 (Blog)Email: david.kepron@NXTLVLexperiencedesign.comTwitter: DavidKepronPersonal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidkepron/NXTLVL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nxtlvl_experience_design/Bio:David Kepron is a multifaceted creative professional with a deep curiosity to understand ‘why', ‘what's now' and ‘what's next'. He brings together his background as an architect, artist, educator, author, podcast host and builder to the making of meaningful and empathically-focused, community-centric customer connections at brand experience places around the globe. David is a former VP - Global Design Strategies at Marriott International. While at Marriott, his focus was on the creation of compelling customer experiences within Marriott's “Premium Distinctive” segment which included: Westin, Renaissance, Le Meridien, Autograph Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Design Hotels and Gaylord hotels. In 2020 Kepron founded NXTLVL Experience Design, a strategy and design consultancy, where he combines his multidisciplinary approach to the creation of relevant brand engagements with his passion for social and cultural anthropology, neuroscience and emerging digital technologies. As a frequently requested international speaker at corporate events and international conferences focusing on CX, digital transformation, retail, hospitality, emerging technology, David shares his expertise on subjects ranging from consumer behaviors and trends, brain science and buying behavior, store design and visual merchandising, hotel design and strategy as well as creativity and innovation. In his talks, David shares visionary ideas on how brand strategy, brain science and emerging technologies are changing guest expectations about relationships they want to have with brands and how companies can remain relevant in a digitally enabled marketplace. David currently shares his experience and insight on various industry boards including: VMSD magazine's Editorial Advisory Board, the Interactive Customer Experience Association, Sign Research Foundation's Program Committee as well as the Center For Retail Transformation at George Mason University.He has held teaching positions at New York's Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), the Department of Architecture & Interior Design of Drexel University in Philadelphia, the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (L.I.M.) in New York, the International Academy of Merchandising and Design in Montreal and he served as the Director of the Visual Merchandising Department at LaSalle International Fashion School (L.I.F.S.) in Singapore. In 2014 Kepron published his first book titled: “Retail (r)Evolution: Why Creating Right-Brain Stores Will Shape the Future of Shopping in a Digitally Driven World” and he is currently working on his second book to be published soon. David also writes a popular blog called “Brain Food” which is published monthly on vmsd.com. ************************************************************************************************************************************The next level experience design podcast is presented by VMSD magazine and Smartwork Media. It is hosted and executive produced by David Kepron. Our original music and audio production by Kano Sound. The content of this podcast is copywrite to David Kepron and NXTLVL Experience Design. Any publication or rebroadcast of the content is prohibited without the expressed written consent of David Kepron and NXTLVL Experience Design.Make sure to tune in for more NXTLVL “Dialogues on DATA: Design Architecture Technology and the Arts” wherever you find your favorite podcasts and make sure to visit vmsd.com and look for the tab for the NXTLVL Experience Design podcast there too.
Here we are friends, another week closer to 2023! Today we dive back into our older episodes. This guest is definitely living label free and putting her beautiful mark on the world
Here we are friends, another week closer to 2023! Today we dive back into our older episodes. This guest is definitely living label free and putting her beautiful mark on the world
Chelsea and Lynae (Parking Lot Pimpin') celebrate the HOLIDAYS with a little... Billie HOLIDAY. They dive into her 1956 memoir Lady Sings the Blues which is filled with music, trauma, marriages, racism, prison, gardenias, heroin, and the infamous court case “The United States vs Billie Holiday." For more book recaps & gentle tea, follow Chelsea on Instagram @chelseadevantez To join the community and get access to bonus episodes, click here to become a member of the Celebrity Book Club Patreon
En av jazzens största stjärnor. En legendarisk, trollbindande röst, men med en sprängkraft som gjorde henne till en samhällsfara i ögonen på myndigheterna som inledde jakten på henne och aldrig släppte taget om sitt villebråd. Redaktionen för detta avsnitt består av:Cecilia Düringer programledare och manusElina Perdahl research och manusEmilia Mellberg producentPablo Leiva Wenger scenuppläsareElias Klenell ljuddesign och slutmixMedverkar gör också Viveka Hellström, tidigare forskningsarkivarie på Svenskt visarkivs jazzavdelning.Vill du veta mer om Billie Holiday? Här är några av de böcker som ligger till grund för avsnittet:Lady sings the blues av Billie HolidayBillie Holiday av Julia BlackburnBillie Holiday the musician and the myth av John F. SzwedIf you cant be free, be a mystery in search of Billie Holiday av Farah Jasmine Griffin
Peter Weng is the Founder of the EWS Collective; an organization that supports mental health wellbeing within professionalism. He is a wise leader, teaching priceless knowledge regarding mindfulness, culture, and humanness. Peter, our time with you taught us so much, especially when it comes to approaching the practices of meditation and mindfulness with so much compassion. Thank you! For more information on EWS: www.ewscollective.org Become a Let's Do This! Patron today! www.patreon.com/podcast_letsdothis Shoutout to the music featured in this episode—"All of Me", by Billie Holiday
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Taydem Shoesmith (Electro-Pop, Dance) to the Show! (Click to go there) ● IG: @tshoe23 ● YT: @taydemshoesmith With an affinity for music from a very young age, Taydem Shoesmith has been exploring songwriting for quite some time. Having multiple IMDB acting and composing credits to her name, Taydem is now diving into the pop music market with her debut single, “Are You Clapping?” The electro-pop/dance anthem, written by Shoesmith, comes from a very personal place; one she hopes will connect with listeners. From singer-songwriter to pop and alternative, Taydem's music is a unique amalgamation of different genres and influences. Her musical inspirations include Michael Jackson, Rascal Flatts, Billie Holiday, Sabrina Carpenter, Camila Cabello and more. Her acting debut was in 2020, when she was cast for a role in the short film "In the Dark." She has been cast as the lead in multiple films, and has created music for films as well; one of those being a theme song for a short series, “Blood Sisters.” ● Media Inquiries: MTS Management Group MTS Records www.mtsmanagementgroup.com
Tom Waits "Get Behind the Mule"Merle Haggard "This Town's Not Big Enough"Fiona Apple "On the Bound"Sebadoh "Pink Moon"Robert Belfour "Black Mattie"New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers "If Blues Was Money"Hank Williams "Long Gone Lomesome Blues"Ruth Brown "Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean"Mississippi Fred McDowell "Amazing Grace"Taj Mahal "Statesboro Blues"Dan Penn "The Dark End of the Street"Aretha Franklin "Good to Me As I Am to You"Bonnie "Prince" Billy "Make Worry for Me"Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys "Draggin' The Bow"Mavis Staples "Wrote a Song for Everyone"John R. Miller "Holy Dirt"Built to Spill "Conventional Wisdom"John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers "Have You Heard"Solomon Burke "The Judgement"Steve Earle & The Dukes "Sweet Little '66"Elvis Costello & The Attractions "Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used To Do)?"Magnolia Electric Co. "The Night Shift Lullaby"Lucero "The Last Song"Connie Smith "Over The Next Hill"Cory Branan & Jon Snodgrass "The Corner"Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs "Tank"Matt Woods "Ghosts of the Gospel"Otis Gibbs "Caroline"Billy Joe Shaver "Georgia On A Fast Train"Bob Dylan "If You Ever Go To Houston"Bukka White "Aberdeen Mississippi Blues"Mississippi Fred McDowell "61 Highway"Soltero "The Good Times"Louis Jordan "Junco Partner"Lucinda Williams "Real Live Bleeding Fingers and Broken Guitar Strings"Willie Mae Williams "Don't Want To Go There"The Black Keys "I Got Mine"James Brown "Give It Up Or Turnit a Loose"fIREHOSE "Brave Captain"S.G. Goodman "Teeth Marks"Billie Holiday "Lady Sings the Blues"Superchunk "The Question Is How Fast"Otis Redding "Nobody's Fault But Mine"Drive-By Truckers "Wilder Days"
WICKED GOOD MOMCAST | EPISODE 15 Buy Boston Guide to Shopping Local with Amber Michele Today's episode is a ton of fun and just in time for the holidays. We are bringing you everything you need to know to shop locally this holiday season, and beyond. Stay tuned for our gift recommendations for the men in your life, the kids, and of course something for the ladies! Don't go anywhere, this is the episode you need before finishing your holiday shopping. About Our Guest AMBER MICHELE is originally from Brooklyn, New York, but has lived in the Boston area (currently Cambridge) for double digits now. In previous years she spent her time commuting for auditions and SAG-AFTRA work between New York City and Boston. As of May 2020, she is mom to her daughter, with her long-time boyfriend, and their crazy and cuddly cats — a brother-sister duo named Helios and Selene, respectively.Constantly on the lookout for “ways to elevate her every day,” and yours, too, she recently completed her yoga teacher training as she finds it important to find and create movement every day. Which is easy enough, with her love for and household full of music, from Biggie to Beethoven to Billie Holiday and beyond. Always keeping an eye out for creative adventures in and around New England, Amber will jump at any chance to visit the local farms to visit the goats and simply be outdoors. Otherwise, she's often found by the window, calligraphy pen in hand, practicing her favorite craft. After enjoying a hiatus from the restaurant and hospitality industry while being a SAHM mom, Amber is currently working — and learning — in the world of tech. Amber will always hype: brunch and simply ALL food, dancing — the sillier the better, travel and any chance to be at the beach. You can miss her with: cold wet weather (even though she was born in January?!) and horror movies. How to Keep in Touch www.AmberMichele.com Follow Amber on Instagram What is the Wicked Good Momcast? Welcome to the Wicked Good Momcast! A podcast FOR Boston Moms, BY Boston Moms. A space to hear stories from real moms, to celebrate the beauty of motherhood, and to normalize its challenges. Tune in while you fold laundry, commute to work or school, or get cozy after a long day in the trenches. Motherhood is hard, but it doesn't have to be lonely! Boston Moms was launched in 2015 with a heart to connect Boston-area moms to each other through meaningful discussion, shared stories, and connection both on and offline. With over 5 million website pageviews since our founding and a reach of over 100k parents per month, Boston Moms is rapidly growing and scaling. We've been asked many times to bring our stories and resources to the podcast world, so we are taking the plunge! We could not be more excited to formally welcome you to follow the Boston Moms Wicked Good Momcast! Who | The Wicked Good Momcast will be hosted by Meghan Block + Shannon Gibson, two local moms with a heart for community and with an undeniable connection that we hope you'll hear through our voices. What | In each episode, you'll hear from Boston Moms Contributing Writers who are putting a voice to the stories and perspectives they've shared on BostonMoms.com, local + national experts in various spheres relevant to parenting, local moms and business owners who you should know about, and special guests! Where | You can listen wherever you listen to other podcasts! Please subscribe so you never miss an update! APPLE PODCASTS | iHeart PODCASTS Links We Mentioned (Or Should Have...) https://bostonmoms.com/guides/buy-boston-the-best-local-gifts-to-give/
"Good Morning Heartache" is under the microscope on this edition of Same Difference! Join AJ and Johnny as they listen to and discuss versions by Billie Holiday, Chris Botti & Jill Scott, Tomy Bennett, Ella Fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney, and new-to-us artist Mayte Alguacil. And to keep up on all things in the current Jazz world, check out the podcast "Something Came From Baltimore": https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/something-came-from-baltimore-jazz-blues-r-b-podcast/id1400504427
In questa puntata passiamo in rassegna quattro importanti libri usciti quest'anno. You Tourned The Tables On Me è la nuova edizione (editore seipersei), in formato più grande, di un classico di Roberto Masotti, il grande fotografo mancato nell'aprile scorso: un lavoro emblematico della trasversalità dell'approccio di Masotti alla scena musicale degli anni settanta. Curato da Markus Muller, Free Music Production: The Living Music (testi in inglese o tedesco), è un monumento alla Fmp, l'etichetta tedesca che è stata il principale riferimento discografico per l'improvvisazione radicale europea. Blues e femminismo nero (Edizioni Alegre) è un fondamentale e illuminante saggio di Angela Davis - autrice che non ha bisogno di presentazioni - sulle istanze protofemministe presenti nella produzione di Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith e Billie Holiday: una traduzione che si attendeva da anni. Come quella di Liberare il tempo di Paul Bley, pubblicato nella eccellente collana Chorus di Quodlibet: autobiografia molto stimolante e allo stesso tempo godibile per la vena di humour che la percorre di uno dei più grandi pianisti emersi nel jazz della seconda metà del novecento.
Tracklist :The Beginning of The End - Funky NassauJoy Orbison - 2M3 2UFousheé - i'm fineFousheé - spend the money ft. Lil Uzi VertRoxy Music - More Than ThisMarvin Gaye - Ain't No Mountain High Enough Phil Barney - Un enfant de toi Phil Barney - Funky rap Bird Barney - 1900 Marvin Gaye - Rockin' After Midnightu.r.trax - high heels long legsWarlock - The Sound Cream - White RoomFela Kuti & Ginger Baker - Ye Ye De Smell Omar S - Ain't No Real Pimp's Any'moBAMBII & Tempest - Ride with MeStormzy - Need YouBillie Holiday - Strange Fruitu.r.trax - biosseum Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
All you need to know about Ryan White's (“The Keepers”, “The Case Against 8”) enthusiasm for taking on the project that would eventually become his awe-inspiring new documentary “Good Night Oppy” is that the Cabbage Patch doll he had as a kid was the astronaut version (currently selling on Etsy for up to $200). Couple this opportunity to revisit his childhood passion for space with the fact that the company behind the project is Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment — makers of Ryan's favorite movie of all-time, “E.T.” — and what you've got is the perfect creative marriage of filmmaker and subject. Ryan joined Mike and Ken to explore the constellation of joyful moments and creative challenges that propelled “Good Night Oppy” on its journey from launch to successful landing. After the experience of spending 90 minutes inside a photoreal environment of Mars, what scene turned everything on its head and became Ryan's favorite of the movie? What's the inherent tension that exists between NASA scientists and engineers, and how did they manage to gel so well on this mission? How does the film bring to life the story of an adorable robot while remaining, at its core, a film about people and their attempt to do something for the betterment of humankind? And, as Oppy reaches the end of his miraculous mission, why did a song of Billie Holiday's take on a starring role? Join us for an out-of-this-world conversation with Ryan White. Cabbage Patch doll not included. Hidden Gem: “Bad Axe” Follow on Twitter: @ryanwhiteIV @topdocspod “Good Night Oppy” premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Nov. 23.
Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!James Mercer Langston Hughes was born February 1, 1901, in Joplin, Missouri. Hughes's birth year was revised from 1902 to 1901 after new research from 2018 uncovered that he had been born a year earlier. His parents divorced when he was a young child, and his father moved to Mexico. He was raised by his grandmother until he was thirteen, when he moved to Lincoln, Illinois, to live with his mother and her husband, before the family eventually settled in Cleveland, Ohio. It was in Lincoln that Hughes began writing poetry. After graduating from high school, he spent a year in Mexico followed by a year at Columbia University in New York City. During this time, he worked as an assistant cook, launderer, and busboy. He also travelled to Africa and Europe working as a seaman. In November 1924, he moved to Washington, D.C. Hughes's first book of poetry, The Weary Blues, (Knopf, 1926) was published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1926 with an introduction by Harlem Renaissance arts patron Carl Van Vechten. Criticism of the book from the time varied, with some praising the arrival of a significant new voice in poetry, while others dismissed Hughes's debut collection. He finished his college education at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania three years later. In 1930 his first novel, Not Without Laughter(Knopf, 1930), won the Harmon gold medal for literature.Hughes, who claimed Paul Laurence Dunbar, Carl Sandburg, and Walt Whitman as his primary influences, is particularly known for his insightful portrayals of black life in America from the twenties through the sixties. He wrote novels, short stories, plays, and poetry, and is also known for his engagement with the world of jazz and the influence it had on his writing, as in his book-length poem Montage of a Dream Deferred (Holt, 1951). His life and work were enormously important in shaping the artistic contributions of the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. Unlike other notable black poets of the period such as Claude McKay, Jean Toomer, and Countee Cullen, Hughes refused to differentiate between his personal experience and the common experience of black America. He wanted to tell the stories of his people in ways that reflected their actual culture, including their love of music, laughter, and language itself alongside their suffering.In addition to leaving us a large body of poetic work, Hughes wrote eleven plays and countless works of prose, including the well-known “Simple” books: Simple Speaks His Mind (Simon & Schuster, 1950); Simple Stakes a Claim (Rinehart, 1957); Simple Takes a Wife (Simon & Schuster, 1953); and Simple's Uncle Sam (Hill and Wang, 1965). He edited the anthologies The Poetry of the Negro and The Book of Negro Folklore, wrote an acclaimed autobiography, The Big Sea (Knopf, 1940), and cowrote the play Mule Bone (HarperCollins, 1991) with Zora Neale Hurston.Langston Hughes died of complications from prostate cancer on May 22, 1967, in New York City. In his memory, his residence at 20 East 127th Street in Harlem has been given landmark status by the New York City Preservation Commission, and East 127th Street has been renamed “Langston Hughes Place.”From https://poets.org/poet/langston-hughes. For more information about Langston Hughes:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o about Hughes, at 16:05: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-137-ngg-wa-thiongo“Song for Billie Holiday”: http://stephenfrug.blogspot.com/2013/08/poem-of-day-langston-hughes-song-for.htmlSelected Poems of Langston Hughes: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/84090/selected-poems-of-langston-hughes-by-langston-hughes/“Religion ‘around' Langston Hughes, Billie Holiday, and Ralph Ellison”: https://aas.princeton.edu/news/roundtable-conversation-religion-around-langston-hughes-billie-holiday-and-ralph-ellison“Langston Hughes: The People's Poet”: https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/stories/langston-hughes-peoples-poet“Langston Hughes”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/langston-hughes“Langston Hughes Papers”: https://beinecke.library.yale.edu/collections/highlights/langston-hughes-papers
It's that time of the year, Y'all Hearing This?! talks feeling those melancholy November Blues. Grab a comfy blanket and your favorite support animal, we'll get through this together. Stay tuned for our Say What?!? segment where we talk about what we would do if we won the lottery (hint: it has to do with both puppies and RuPaul
Here's the thing about icons, after a while people take them for granted. No one should ever do that with the inimitable Billie Holiday. CW: We briefly mention the assault Holiday experienced as a child and later racial violence during our discussion of the song, Strange Fruit.
From the Water Main at American Public Media, season 2 of the podcast In Deep takes listeners to Lake Charles, Louisiana to learn how residents are recovering from two hurricanes, an ice storm, and empty promises from the government. Investigative reporter for APM Reports and podcast host Lauren Rosenthal tells us more about those forced to rebuild and relocate, as well as the volunteers who do anything possible to keep their community afloat. Jazz lovers and photo enthusiasts can unite at the West Baton Rouge Museum where a collection of largely unseen photographs gives viewers a rare behind the scenes look at singer Billie Holiday. Museum executive director Angelique Bergeron tells us more about the exhibition, Billie Holiday at Sugar Hill: Photographs by Jerry Dantzic. But first, today is election day in Louisiana and across the country. WRKF's Paul Braun joins us for last-minute voting information and the elections to watch out for. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Diane Mack. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's past being controversial by now, but the first "Jazz and Strings" albums were not always warmly received. Some regarded it as "selling out" to commercial interests, but in many cases, it was the artists themselves who fought for the opportunity to record with a string orchestra - think Nat King Cole, Charlie Parker, and Billie Holiday.
How can we microdose nature into the built environment? What are the benefits of green spaces and who has access to them? What's the story behind Billie Holiday's song Strange Fruit? Jennifer D. Roberts is a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology, School of Public Health at the University of Maryland College Park (UMD). Dr. Roberts is also the Founder and Director of the Public Health Outcomes and Effects of the Built Environment (PHOEBE) Laboratory as well as the Co-Founder and Co-Director of NatureRx@UMD, an initiative that emphasizes the natural environmental benefits interspersed throughout and around the UMD campus. Her scholarship focuses on the impact of built, social, and natural environments, including the institutional and structural inequities of these environments, on the public health outcomes of marginalized communities. More specifically, much of her research has explored the dynamic relationship between environmental, social, and cultural determinants of physical activity and using empirical evidence of this relationship to infer complex health outcome patterns and disparities as well as instigate a powerful shift that recognizes, breaks, and transforms these conditions and determinants of health. Episode Links and Mentions: https://jenniferdeniseroberts.com/ Article: Mental health initiative connects UMD students with the outdoors Article: Advancing Health and Sustainability in Baltimore Video: Designing on the Front Lines: Safer Spaces Book Rec: All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solution for the Climate Crisis Restaurant Rec: Seoul Food Follow Jennifer: Twitter | LinkedIn Episode Website/Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/designlabpod/jenniferroberts More episode sources & links Sign-up for Design Lab Podcast's Newsletter Previous Episode Newsletters and Shownotes Follow @DesignLabPod on Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Facebook Follow @BonKu on Twitter & Instagram Check out the Health Design Lab Production by Robert Pugliese Edit by Fernando Queiroz Cover Design by Eden Lew Theme song by Emmanuel Houston Indexed in the Library of Congress: ISSN 2833-2032
Natasha Blaine is a Nashville-based singer and songwriter from Seattle, Washington. She blends roots in vocal jazz with soul, R&B, and pop music—citing great influence from artists like D'Angelo, Lianne La Havas, Amy Winehouse, and Emily King. Her songwriting, described as "direct, unfiltered and emotionally immediate,” buttery vocals, and energizing live shows have quickly caught the attention of the Nashville music scene.At six years old, Blaine started singing jazz. Her grandmother kept Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday records on repeat, teaching Blaine the words to old standards. And when she wouldn't stop singing them during kindergarten, her grandmother put her in voice lessons. Blaine picked up guitar at nine, sparking a love for songwriting before she even hit middle school. In 2018, while Blaine spent a few months studying literature in London, England, she made the decision to move from Seattle to Nashville, Tennessee. She wound up attending Vanderbilt University, getting a degree in literature and becoming the school's first vocal jazz student. In 2021, she became heavily involved in the famous Nashville writers' round circuit, writing songs and gigging at night.https://www.natashablaine.com/https://www.instagram.com/natashablaine/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/natashablainemusic/Host - Trey Mitchelltreymitchellphotography IGfeeding_the_senses_unsensored on IGtrey mitchell: facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074368084848For sponsorship Information or submitting for interviews - email@example.comTheme Song - Damien HorneTake It From Me @damienhorne
Vera Hall "Death, Have Mercy"Fleetwood Mac "Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)"Bessie Smith "Graveyard Dream Blues"Billy Joe Shaver "The Devil Made Me Do It the First Time"Ted Leo and the Pharmacists "I'm A Ghost"Sister Rosetta Tharpe "Strange Things Happening Every Day"Tampa Red "Witchin' Hour Blues"Neil Young "Vampire Blues"Lefty Frizzell "The Long Black Veil"Muddy Waters "Got My Mojo Working"Dr. John "Black John the Conqueror"Leon Redbone "Haunted House"Little Willie John "I'm Shakin'"Shotgun Jazz Band "Old Man Mose"Lil Green "Romance In the Dark"The Make-Up "They Live By Night"Uncle Tupelo "Graveyard Shift"Bessie Jones "Oh Death"Albert King "Born Under a Bad Sign"Nina Simone "I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl"Oscar Celestin "Marie Laveau"Reverend Gary Davis "Death Don't Have No Mercy"Roy Newman & His Boys "Sadie Green (The Vamp of New Orleans)"Jessie Mae Hemphill "She-Wolf"Screamin' Jay Hawkins "I Put a Spell On You"Eilen Jewell "It's Your Voodoo Working"George Olsen and His Music "Tain't No Sin to Dance Around in Your Bones"Son House "Death Letter"Johnny Cash "The Man Comes Around"Fleetwood Mac "Black Magic Woman"Blind Lemon Jefferson "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"Elvis Costello & the Roots "Wise Up Ghost"Hank Williams "Howlin' At the Moon"Bob Dylan "That Old Black Magic"The Halo Benders "Scarin'"Blind Willie Johnson "Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground"Steve And Justin Townes Earle "Candy Man"Billie Holiday "Sugar"Jeff Beck "I Ain't Superstitious"Cab Calloway/Cab Calloway Orchestra "St. James Infirmary"Bonnie Raitt "Devil Got My Woman"Sebadoh "Vampire"Fred McDowell "Death Came In"Howlin' Wolf "Evil"Ella Fitzgerald "Chew-Chew-Chew (Your Bubble Gum)"Robert Johnson "Hellhound On My Trail"John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers "The Super-Natural"Tom Waits "Big Joe and Phantom 309"
From the a seat at the bar to a school Budapest, and all American movie theaters in between, smiling can be a spooky sentiment in the right context. Listen in and let us know...which part do you find the scariest? Is it the horror movie? Or your interactions at the bar being told to "smile more?" Let me guess...is it the real life school with smiling contraptions strapped to your face? YIKES. It's all spooky and scary this week with some facts that will make your jaw drop and some that will have you...dare we say it...smiling ear to ear. TW: Some talk of suicide included in this episode. Find some pics for this episode on our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/unqualifiedtherapists/ Articles and media referenced in this episode: https://gizmodo.com/the-creepy-story-of-how-budapest-became-a-city-of-smil-1635708606 https://www.vintag.es/2016/07/budapest-had-smile-club-to-stop-people.html Fair Use Doctrine: YouTube video: Funny or Die, The Get Go: Smile: https://youtu.be/AX4sf1JVY24 Gloomy Sunday - English version released by Billie Holiday in 1941. Lyrics by Sam M Lewis and Desmond Carter. Elf - New Line Cinema Production company Are you enjoying the Unqualified Therapists podcast? If so, can you please take a minute to subscribe and follow our podcast? YOU can also help us to keep the mics on and join our community for as little as $5 as we continue to stop the stigma surrounding mental health. Find all things UTI here: https://linktr.ee/UnqualifiedTherapists Get your own Popl digital business card for 20% off! www.popl.com with code UTI Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link: https://www.podbean.com/UTI Have a story to share? Contact us here: https://forms.gle/fudAMMXMnrKGXFfTA Find alternative therapies and items to express yourself here: www.livemagique.com Take a Buti Yoga class with Amy here: amybaumgardner.com *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not recommending medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified