Deeper Grooves : Musicians on Music - Hosted by Cliff Beach- Miles Mosley
Deeper Grooves: Musicians on Music-Hosted by Cliff Beach
Miles Mosley drops by the studio to chat about his latest single "Brother", his past album and touring with Kamasi Washington.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deepergrooves/message
A la croisée des chemins entre Hendrix et Mingus, Miles Mosley ne partage pas avec son illustre homonyme qu’un prénom entré au Panthéon jazzistique ; l’homme de la cité des anges fait montre d’une créativité sans égale, s’autorisant à engager sur des chemins encore vierges sa contrebasse boostée aux effets les plus divers, puisant à la racine de ses illustres aïeux pour faire jaillir des branches musicales ô combien novatrices. Plébiscité par le gotha artistique, tous styles confondus, du regretté Chris Cornell à Lauryn Hill, Jeff Beck ou Kendrick Lamar, Miles Mosley est un caméléon qui, avec une aisance déconcertante, louvoie entre son projet West Coast Get Down, ses propres albums et ses multiples collaborations. May the Miles be with you !
If you missed our first conversation with Miles Mosley. He is returning from South Africa performing in the South Africa Jazz Concert as we release this. Listen to this replay of the very first Music Connection Podcast guest on September 20th 2017. Miles will visit with us again soon as his 2nd album on Verve Records is about to drop. Get to know this LA native talk about his music with host Randy Thomas and Announcer Carson Beck holding court.
Today's "best of" episode features bassist and composer Miles Mosley! About Miles Mosley: Throughout the years Mosley has written, composed, performed live, appeared in videos and recorded for various artists including Chris Cornell, Jonathan Davis, Everlast, Terrence Howard, Joni Mitchell, Lauryn Hill, Gnarls Barkley, Jeff Beck, Common, Christina Aguilera, Lesa Carlson, and Kamasi Washington. A founding member of the acclaimed collective, The West Coast Get Down, Mosley has released albums containing his own solo work, in addition to recording and touring with artists including Jonathan Davis (Korn), Miss Lauryn Hill (as her Musical Director and bassist), Harvey Mason, Kendrick Lamar, India Arie, Chris Cornell, Mos Def, Common and Andra Day. His newest project is with West Coast Get Down drummer, Tony Austin - a duo called BFI - their music is described as 'heavy soul', a mix of soul and rock. Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle! Contrabass Conversations is sponsored by: D'Addario Strings Check out their Zyex strings, which are synthetic core strings that produce an extremely warm, rich sound. Get the sound and feel of gut strings with more evenness, projection and stability than real gut. Robertson & Sons Violins For more than four decades, Robertson & Sons has specialized in providing the highest quality stringed instruments and bows to collectors, professional musicians, music educators, and students of all ages. Their modern facility is equipped with three instrument showrooms as well as a beautiful Recital Hall available to our clients to in their search for the perfect instrument and/or bow. Upton Bass String Instrument Company Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players. The English Double Bass Book The English Double Bass Book examines the great English double bass makers of the 18th and 19th Century, illustrating in fine detail the incredible work they produced. It also explores the fascinating story of how the double bass came to England, its development guided by the great Venetian virtuoso Domenico Dragonetti, and the rise and fall of the English double bass makers. To pre-order your limited-edition copy, please visit www.theenglishdoublebass.com. Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically!
Besides being one of the founding members of the mighty West Coast Get Down, bassist Miles Mosley's resume (Kamasi Washington, Kendrick Lamar, Lauryn Hill...) reads like a who's who of the biggest names in music. Earlier this year we reviewed his stellar debut solo LP, Uprising, and recently we had the chance to sit down with the master innovator before his ground shaking show at Songbyrd Music House right here in Washington, DC. Join us and get delivered some TRUTH about music, life, and existential excellence from one of modern music's most electric voices.PLUS! Cameron Graves (also a founding member of the West Coast Get Down) is one of the most innovative keyboard players on the modern jazz (or any) scene. On his new album Planetary Prince, he's pulling out all the stops and taking the listener on an intensely cosmic jazz odyssey...that also happens to be one of the best albums of 2017. Tune in, and drop out with the lead off track from this funk and soul infused triumph, "Satania In Our Solar System."Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/discologist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
326: Miles Mosley on career diversification, effects, and living a creative life
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Miles Mosley's solo album Uprising has been turning heads across the globe since its release in early 2017. "Abraham” was named one of NPR’s ‘Top 100 songs of 2016’, and Rolling Stone named him one of the 'Top 10 New Artists You Need to Know'. The list of artists with which Miles has recorded, toured and collaborated with is remarkable, including Christina Aguilera, Jason Mraz, Chris Cornell, Lauryn Hill, and Mos Def. Miles played for several tracks on Kendrick Lamar's Grammy-winning album 'To Pimp A Butterfly', and he is a co-founder of the West Coast Get Down. We dig into all kinds of topics: career diversification studying with Ray Brown and John Clayton working through the George Vance books blocking out a solid month to record with his colleagues the evolution of and reasons for the effects that Miles uses how Miles got into composing for films ...and much more! I had a great time chatting with Miles for the podcast, and I know you'll enjoy listening! Links to Check Out: Miles' website Uprising (new album) Miles on Social Media: Instagram Facebook Twitter Thanks to our sponsor! This episode is brought to you by D’Addario Strings! Check out their Helicore strings, which are are designed, engineered, and crafted at the D’Addario string factory in New York and come in orchestral, hybrid, pizzicato, and solo string sets. Enter our latest string giveaway for Helicore strings at contrabassconversations.com/strings!
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Music and Conversation with Miles Mosley, who is an upright bassist, vocalist, producer, composer and arranger. Mr. Mosley has recorded, toured and collaborated with artists including Andra Day, Christina Aguilera, Jason Mraz, Chris Cornell, Lauryn Hill, Mos Def, Avenged Sevenfold, gnarls Barkley, Jeff Beck, Rihanna, and Jonathan Davis of Korn. He has a brand new solo […]