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Acompanyada d'un altre gran clàssic dels 70, Levon Helm, la dama del gòspel torna a viure una segona joventut amb el seu nou disc, "Carry me home". Una nova oportunitat de comprovar que els vells rockers no moren mai.01 Mavis Staples, Levon Helm - "This is my country"02 Mavis Staples, Levon Helm - "Hand writing on the wall"03 Mavis Staples, Levon Helm - "When I go away"04 Mavis Staples, Levon Helm - "You got to move"05 Beck - "Loser"06 The Strokes - "Reptilia"07 The National - "I need my girl"08 Fountains D.C. - "Jackie down the line"09 King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - "Magenta mountain"10 Caribou - "Like I loved you"11 Manel - "Per la bona gent"12 Maria Hein - "Sa teva presència"13 Low - "Lullaby"
Worldmix : Les nouveautés de la sono mondiale, avec Oumou Sangaré, Lady Black Bird, Mavis Staples et Saïna Manotte
Néo Géo Nova : le Worldmix
Dans cette première partie du Worldmix, réveil en musique par l’équipe de programmateurs de Radio Nova, avec en ouverture le titre “One & Only”, du groupe de soul américain Gabriels. Bintou Simporé vous propose ensuite une sélection des dernières nouveautés de la sono mondiale. À retrouver dans sa sélection : le titre “Kanou”, de Oumou Sangaré. Mais aussi : “Five feet Tall” de Lady Black Bird, “This May Be The Last Time”, de Mavis Staples (avec Levon Helm), Candy de Rosalia, Toujou Dibout (feat Misié Sadik) de Saïna Manotte, et “I Don’t Want To See You Cry” de Ben (L’oncle soul). Chanteuse malienne née en en 1968 à Bamako, Oumou Sangaré a sorti son treizième album Timbuktu le 29 avril dernier sur le label World Circuit Records. Un album conçu à new York, durant la crise sanitaire de 2020 due au Covid-19. Basée à Los Angeles (États-Unis), la chanteuse américaine de jazz Lady Black Bird (Marley Munroe) a sorti son dernier album Black Acid Soul le 3 septembre dernier. Son style : un jazz vocal, appuyé par des références comme Billie Holiday, Gladys Knight, Tina Turner et Chaka Khan.Originaire de Chicago, la chanteuse de soul, gospel et r’n’b Mavis Staples, issue de la prestigieuse famille gospel et soul des Staple Singers, a collaboré avec un grand nombre d’artistes comme Curtis Mayfield, Prince, et d’autres grandes voix américaines. Son dernier album, Carry Me Home, est sorti le 20 mai sur le label Anti-Records. Il a été enregistré avec le batteur Levon Helm en 2011, décédé deux ans plus tard. Après un “Candy” de Rosalia, la chanteuse guyanaise Saïna Manotte entonne “Toujou Dibout” sur son deuxième album Dibout. Chanté en créole et français, cet album se veut cune “ode à la résilience”. L’album est sorti le 13 mai sur le label Aztec Musique. Ex Ben l’Oncle Soul, le chanteur français Ben vient de sortir l’album Red Mango où il interprète plusieurs tubes pop et reggae, enregistrés avec les musiciens californiens de Monophonics . Ici, une reprise de Ken Boothe “I Don’t Want To See You Cry”. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
Summer of Soul, Mahalia Jackson & Mavis Staples stealing the show
Frank Film Club with Maisie Williams
This week we are chatting about the Oscar and BAFTA winning documentary Summer of Soul (…Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021) directed by Ahmir ‘Questlove’ Thompson.During the same summer as Woodstock, a different music festival took place 100 miles away. More than 300,000 people attended the summer concert series known as the Harlem Cultural Festival. It was filmed, but after that summer, the footage sat in a basement for 50 years. Only now has that footage been shown to the world.In this episode we discuss the erasure of history, how the unseen footage came to be found and how the performances brought up different subject matters.Summer of Soul (2021) is available to watch on Disney +.Next week we’ll be looking at the Oscar winning film CODA (2021), directed by Sian Heder. We will also be joined by Troy Kotsur, who won Best Supporting Actor at the Academy Awards for his performance in this film. CODA is available to watch on Apple TV.Transcript available here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“I still have every bit of my voice,” says singer and civil rights icon Mavis Staples. “It’s still here, and I’m still here.” Throughout her career, Mavis has used her voice to uplift the truth through song, and after seventy years, she has no interest in slowing down. This year Mavis is on tour throughout the US and Europe, and on May 20th, she will release a new album, Carry Me Home, recorded with The Band’s Levon Helm. On this episode, Hanif speaks to Mavis about the album, why she won’t be retiring anytime soon, and the secrets behind the longevity of her career—including how Mahalia Jackson taught her to take care of her voice. For the playlist of songs curated for this episode head over to https://bit.ly/oos-mavis-staples. / Music In This Week’s Episode /I’ll Take You There - The Staple SingersThe Last Waltz Suite: The Weight (feat. The Staple Singers) - The Band, The Staple SingersHow I Got Over - Live at New Temple Missionary Baptist Church - Aretha FranklinSummertime / Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - Mahalia JacksonHeaven - Mary MaryDown in My Soul - Ingram SingersBL3$$3D - Trek Manifest Show Notes: Carry Me Home, a collaborative live album from Mavis Staples and Levon Helm, will be released May 20th. The first single, “You Got To Move,” is out now; the music video features footage of Mavis and Levon from the making of the album.Carry Me Home was recorded at Levon Helm Studios. The Studio is a barn designed and acoustically engineered by Levon himself, and it stands today as a one-of-a-kind musical landmark. Levon Helm Studios welcomes artists for intimate concerts, recording sessions, rehearsals, writing retreats, and private events.On May 20th, Mavis Staples will perform at Brooklyn Academy of Music, as part of the spring music series curated by Hanif. Amy Helm, Levon Helm’s daughter, will open. You can follow Mavis’ full tour this year on her website. Every Thanksgiving, Hanif watches the Last Waltz. The Staple Singers appeared on Soul Train in 1974.A recent favorite song of Mavis’ is Black Pumas’ Colors. Credits:This show is produced by work by work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Kathleen Ottinger, Rhiannon Corby, and by Hanif Abdurraqib. The show is mixed by Sam Bair. Extra gratitude to Joe Dawson and Saidah Blount at Sonos.
We conclude our Summer of Soul series with Mavis Staples and Gladys Knight, two performers featured in Questlove's documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival. As a teenager, Mavis Staples performed with her family in the Staple Singers, led by her father, "Pops" Staples. By the late '50s, the Staple Singers was one of the most popular gospel groups in the country. In the early '70s, they crossed over to the top of the pop charts.Gladys Knight's Motown hits with the Pips included "I heard it Through the Grapevine," "Neither One of Us," and "The End of Our Road." She had one of her biggest hits after leaving Motown: "Midnight Train to Georgia."
[Full episode] A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen, Mavis Staples, Tom Morello
q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
On this week's Q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen discuss two new documentaries, Summer of Soul and Woodstock 99, and the importance of the music festivals that inspired them. Gospel singer Mavis Staples explains why she feels she still has a lot of work to do when it comes to speaking out against bigotry in America. Musician Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave talks about guitars, his photo memoir and the state of political music today.
From 2011: Mavis Staples, Tim O'Brien, Dougie MacLean, Joy Kills Sorrow, Mollie O'Brien & Rich Mo
NPR's Mountain Stage
This episode was taped in Glasgow, Scotland as a part of the Celtic Connections festival and first aired in 2011. The lineup includes Mavis Staples, Tim O'Brien, Dougie MacLean, Joy Kills Sorrow, Mollie O'Brien & Rich MooreSupport is provided by Digital Relativity https://digitalrelativity.com
Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer Mavis Staples Interview
Joe Kelley Radio
Best known as the lead vocalist of the Staple Singers, a family soul-gospel ensemble that flourished from the 1950s through the 1970s and beyond, Mavis Staples has also released a series of albums as a solo artist. Her voice, not a gospel power-house, was instantly compelling with its deep-like-a-river quality of moral conviction. Over her long career, Staples won other musicians, including Bob Dylan and Prince as admirers, and her solo work, which had never quite found its course among the shifting winds of musical fashion, won new recognition with the release of her 2004 album, Have a Little Faith. In 2005 Staples was set to accept a Grammy award for lifetime achievement on behalf of the Staple Singers, of whom she was the last surviving original member.Mavis Staples was born in Chicago, Illinois, on July 10, 1939 (or, according to some sources, 1940). Her father, Roebuck "Pops" Staples, had grown up on Mississippi's Dockery Plantation, a key site in the development of the blues, and had learned to play the guitar from the great early bluesman Charley Patton. After he moved north to Chicago in 1936 he began to organize gospel quartets after finishing work at a meatpacking plant, and it was gospel that Mavis Staples heard at home. "He used to play records by the Dixie Hummingbirds, the Soul Sisters, the Blind Boys of Mississippi as well as the Blind Boys of Alabama, but after I heard [gospel great] Mahalia [Jackson] sing 'Move On Up a Little Higher,' I had to play her music every day," Staples told Greg Quill of the Toronto Star.www.mavisstaples.comwww.joekelleyradio.com