The third song in this Tiny Desk Concert, explains the jocose pianist Robert Glasper, first appeared on one of his trio's albums of acoustic, instrumental jazz. It was called "F.T.B." then, though it later acquired words and a singer and was retitled "Gonna Be Alright" on the record which won the 2013 Grammy for Best R&B Album. That in itself provides a sense of the worlds to which Glasper has access; depending on your point of view, he either freely traverses or explodes those boundaries. Glasper has released two albums of what you might call neo-soul, or maybe organic R&B, featuring a core band (The Robert Glasper Experiment) and guest stars like Erykah Badu, Lupe Fiasco and Norah Jones. Black Radio and last year's sequel, Black Radio 2, aren't heard much on "urban" radio, but the point is that they ought to be. Glasper builds his songs with old-school values: singers and MCs who don't need software to carry a melody, improvising within a band, hand-building beats and vamps with live instruments. That's what you see at the Tiny Desk. "Trust" features Marsha Ambrosius, formerly of the duo Floetry, and it's a good example of the Black Radio concept in raw, unpasteurized form. The middle tune is an ad hoc improvisation, and a good example of how Glasper and his Experiment have so dialed in their communication that they can plant seeds of noise and harvest blooms of music. By the time "F.T.B" (a.k.a. "Gonna Be Alright") rolls around, the mood is familiar and at ease. It's the sound of a band whose members speak many musical languages, but decide to converse in one that feels like its native tongue. --PATRICK JARENWATTANANON Set List "Trust" "NPR Tiny Desk Jam" "F.T.B. (Gonna Be Alright)" Personnel Robert Glasper, keyboards Derrick Hodge, bass Mark Colenburg, drums Marsha Ambrosius, voice Credits Producers: Bob Boilen, Denise DeBelius; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Denise DeBelius, Becky Harlan, Meredith Rizzo
Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer wtf podcast Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer Interview Abbi Jacobson & Ilana Glazer marc maron 2016 new Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer got Broad City off the ground when they were fed up with not getting their shot. In that way, they have something in common with Marc and WTF. Abi and Ilana join Marc in the garage to talk about the birth of their hit show, plus some talk about New York City, drumming, digital media stars, the UCB, and Amy Poehler. marc maron, lol, comedy, wtf radio, wtf with marc maron, wtf marc maron, podcast, marc maron, comedian, sketch, stand-up comedy
There is never a shortage of things to talk about with Laruga, some of the things we covered this time included, maintaining the practice during a hectic schedule and time constraints, life goals, inspirations, being present on the mat. Feeling a connection to all parts of the body during an asana.
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The Baker Miller Pink experiment is designed to help you slow your pulse and your brainwaves before and after sport. Find out more about the Baker Miller Pink training program at https://goo.gl/ou0nf2
When I was younger, my friend played this song for me on his Ipod and it was the first song I'd ever heard from Hendrix. I love it. Enjoy.
Lacey Wallis has been dancing since she was 2, she now has an"incomplete spinal cord injury" and partial paralysis from a tumor that intertwined into her spine. Her Condition is permanent, she has such a beautiful positive attitude and I am blessed to know her!
A lecture on John Barth's Lost in the Funhouse, and the influence of Jorge Luis Borges on Barth's work. The lecture attempts to answer the question: how does one create a truly original work of art in a medium--or world--in which originality is impossible? Presented at the University of Nebraska MFA in Writing Winter 2010 Residency. Works Cited Barth, John. Friday Book: Essays and Other Nonfiction. New York: Putnam, 1984. Print. Barth, John. Lost in the funhouse: Fiction for Print, Tape, Live Voice. New York: Anchor, 1988. Print. Borges, Jorge Luis. Collected Fictions. New York, N.Y., U.S.A: Viking, 1998. Print. Docherty, Thomas. Postmodernism: A Reader. Columbia: Columbia University Press, 1992. Print. Glaser-Wohrer, Evelyn. An Analysis of John Barth's Weltanschauung: His View of Life and Literature. Strazburg, Austria: Institute for English Speech and Literature, 1977. Print. Hipkiss, Robert A. American absurd Pynchon, Vonnegut, and Barth. Port Washington, N.Y: Associated Faculty, 1984. Print. Hungerford, Amy. "The American Novel Since 1945." English 291. Yale University. New Haven, CT. Spring 2008. McConnell, Frank D. Four Postwar American Novelists Bellow, Mailer, Barth, and Pynchon. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1977. Print. Schulz, Max F. Black Humor Fiction of the Sixties: A Pluralistic Definition of Man and His World. Athens: Ohio UP, 1973. Print.
Bubbly au piano. Encore désolée pour la qualité. Je vais essayer de trouver du nouveau matériel dès qe posible. J'espère que ça vous plaira. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/lea.lc2 Instagram : http://instagram.com/youreallmylife