Sheryl Crow, Orianthi & Kaki King - 3 More Groundbreaking Female Guitarists
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Rounding out the Women's History Month special series, Groundbreaking Female Guitarists, you'll learn about three more highly skilled and talented ladies from the 1980's to present day. In this episode Marlene shares the inspiring stories, playing styles and industry successes of Sheryl Crow, Orianthi and Kaki King. Do you know anyone who would like to learn to play guitar?Be sure to share with them the super easy Learn to Play Guitar in a Day! course And for you or anyone who already plays guitar, the all new Lesson of the Month Club, you'll learn a new skill each month! Support this podcast show & you'll receive exclusive member-only benefits For virtual learning and more go to www.marlenesmusic.com Available on...#ApplePodcasts #Spotify #iTunes #GooglePodcast #AmazonMusicPodcast #iHeartRadio #Pandora #Stitcher #Castbox #PlayerFm #FeedSpot and more!@applepodcasts @applemusic @spotify @spotifypodcasts @podbean @amazonmusicpodcast This podcast was made possible in part by I Create SoundFor help getting your best sound, go to www.icreatesound.com
Malcolm Burn, singer songwriter & producer/recording engineer (Patti Smith, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Kaki King) - PART 2
Here’s Malcolm Burn’s interview, part 2! He’s talking about how he learned singing with a falsetto voice by imitating Monty Python’s voices from the Parrot’s sketch. He also talks about recording with whatever equipment is available, it’s all about the performance. He also talks about Lisa Germano, Daniel Lanois, Elliott Smith, Bruce Springsteen, the Beach Boys and our very own Swiss fellow Stephan Eicher (he produced, recorded and mixed Eicher's album « Louanges »).
Malcolm Burn, singer songwriter & producer/recording engineer (Patti Smith, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Kaki King) - PART 1
Here is part one of the interview with Malcolm Burn for the release of his stellar new record, "The Silence In Your Head".We speak about inspiration, world politics, history, social media and his new record of course!In part 2, we will speak about artists he recorded and produced. Malcolm was awarded a Grammy for his work for Emmylou Harris and has recorded/produced many legendary artists (Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Neville Brothers) as well as the best indie artists around (Kaki King, Sandrine, etc).He also has a radio show on Radio Kingston about... music! Have a listen! https://radiokingston.org/en/hosts/malcolm-burn
The full interview with Kaki King is now available everywhere you get them podcasts. You can watch it on YouTube too.Kaki Talks working with Dave Grohl, the Passerelle, her songwriting process, leaving a legacy in music, dealing with onstage mistakes and so much more!
By most accounts, the heyday of the guitar as a pop cultural force is several decades in the past. But every so often, an artist emerges who breathes new life into the instrument. A musician happy to explore the fringes of her own musical boundaries, Kaki King’s instrument music is consistently fresh and nearly impossible to categorize. Released during the pandemic, Modern Yesterdays finds the guitarist finding new ways to interact and promote her music, stuck at home in Brooklyn with her young family. In this wide ranging interview, we discuss the development of King’s sound and the personal and professional lessons over the course of this very strange year. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“Modern Yesterdays”Over the course of her career, the Georgia-born, NYU-educated Kaki King has put out nine spellbinding albums, including her 2003 debut Everybody Loves You, the staggering 2006 effort Until We Felt Red and her brand new one Modern Yesterdays. Kaki King is a force. But she’s the kind of force that you can’t really define. She plays guitar like nobody else—and whether she’s incorporating jazz or flamenco or post rock, whatever she does sounds like something nobody’s ever done. Her percussive style and her fret tappings and her open tunings are beyond us to explain in a technical sense so let's just say this: Kaki King plays the guitar with an otherworldly flair. But even that falls short. Kaki King is a Jedi. And what we mean by that is what she does is so special, so rare and so staggering, when you listen to her play you can feel the force at work. And you can’t put words to it—you only know that what she’s doing is one of the great mysteries of the universe. And though that mystery is mysterious to us civilians, Kaki is in complete control of her gift and she’s fluid, she’s powerful and she’s got the kind of percussive finesse that’s about as mystical as it gets. If you know her music you know what we’re talking about. And if you know her music you know that there’s not way to talk about it. In this conversation Kaki talks to Alex about life during quarantine with two small children, how normal it will actually feel when things go to normal and her love of Spoon...
Kaki King is an American guitarist and composer known for her percussive and jazz-tinged melodies, energetic live shows, alternative tunings and her diverse range in different genres.In February 2006, Rolling Stone released a list of "The New Guitar Gods", on which King was the sole woman and youngest artist. Her career includes six LP and two EP albums, as well as several scores for television and film. She worked alongside Eddie Vedder and Michael Brook contributing music for the soundtrack to Sean Penn's Into the Wild, for which the trio received nominations for a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score. King also performed with Dave Grohl on 'Ballad of the Beaconsfield Miners' from the Foo Fighters album 'Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace'.Modern Yesterdays is available now, as well as her innovative guitar accessory the 'Passerelle Bridge' from http://www.kakiking.com/passerelleFor more information about the podcast, and for a discount on a new ToneWoodAmp, visit http://mikedaweshasapodcast.com