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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bryony Jarman-Pinto. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bryony Jarman-Pinto, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bryony Jarman-Pinto. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bryony Jarman-Pinto, often where they are interviewed.

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#18 Bryony Jarman-Pinto - The Album Process

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*This episode was recorded last year but the audio was misplaced so some of the talk about upcoming gigs is no longer relevant.

In the latest episode of All Ears with Somewhere Soul we sit down with singer-songwriter Bryony Jarman-Pinto to explore the process behind her debut album Cage and Aviary. We talk about using the voice as an instrument, songwriting, creativity and lots more.
Apr 15 2020 · 47mins
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Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 01.12.19 with Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Snowy, Sault

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The first of a few Best Of 2019 shows (there will be one in January to make sure any December releases are covered too). On the Soul side there are tunes from Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Swindle feat Andrew Ashong and Sault. Hip Hop form Gang Starr, Rapsody, Loyla Carner and J Hus. A great track from Snowy feat Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods)…check the lyrics. Beats from Nuff Pedals and Ezra Hames. Jazz from Ezra Collective and Theon Cross. Dancefloor tunes from Pote & Matthew Herbert. Grime from Flowdan & Skepta. Deep Disco from Sticks & Stonez feat Liv East & Roisin Murphy. Plus plenty more music you want to hear.

Dec 02 2019 ·
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Blue Lab Beats & Bryony Jarman-Pinto

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Cette semaine, notre digger anglais préféré nous invite à découvrir l'univers du duo de producteurs Blue Lab Beats et s'offre une interview avec la chanteur / compositrice Bryony Jarman-Pinto.
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Omar & Terri Walker - Pass It OnErroll Garner - It's All Right With MeDayme Arocena - OyaTerence Blanchard - Ghost Of Congo SquareBryony Jarman-Pinto - As I've HeardDianne Reeves - Eyes On The PrizeCharlotte Dos Santos - Red ClayFatoumata Diawara - SowaBryony Jarman-Pinto - Sweet SweetJack McDuff - Oblighetto (J Dilla Remix)Blue Lab Beats - Stand UpTubby Hayes - A Pint Of BitterJulia Biel - Diamond DustThelonious Monk - Bye-Ya
Oct 20 2019 · 53mins
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Bryony Jarman-Pinto

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Raised in Cumbria and now based in London, Bryony Jarman-Pinto is an expressive and adventurous singer-songwriter, combining harmonious vocals and mesmerising jazz-fused melodies with personal and complex lyrics. With both of her parents as musicians, Bryony grew up surrounded by the art form, attending singing workshops with her mum from a very young age. Taking inspiration from the jazz vocalists and jam musicians she used to fall asleep listening to as a child, there is a jazz core at the heart of her music. Her debut album Cage & Aviary is out now.

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thejazzpodcast)

Oct 11 2019 · 36mins
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Bryony Jarman-Pinto en session live

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durée : 01:04:57 - Club Jazzafip - Vendredi 20 septembre à 19h, le Club Jazzafip reçoit la chanteuse soul britannique à l'occasion de la sortie de son premier album "Cage & Aviary".
Sep 20 2019 · 1hr 4mins
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Episode 80 -- The Sometimes Boys, Alex Krug Combo, Bendigo Fletcher, Dallas Burrow, Del Barber, Tanya Tucker, L'il Andy, Reyna Tropical, Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Tenille Townes

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I recorded this on Monday and it’s already been a hell of a week! I got to see Brandi Carlile SELL OUT Madison Square Garden. I have more thoughts (and videos) here

See below for a little note The Sometimes Boys dropped me in honor of their last album (for now.)

Also, an experiment with sets!

  1. The Sometimes Boys -- “Women of the World” AND “Unnatural Disasters” (The Perfect Home)
  2. Alex Krug Combo -- “Merriment” AND “Arguing Wings” (Sleeping On the Woodlands)
  3. Bendigo Fletcher -- “Chocolate Garden” (Memory Fever)
  4. Dallas Burrow -- “Water and Wood” (Southern Wind)
  5. Del Barber -- “Dancing in the Living Room” AND “Louise” (Easy Keeper)
  6. Tanya Tucker -- “Seminole Wind Calling” AND “I Don’t Owe You Anything” (While I’m Livin’)
  7. L’il Andy -- “Out on the Old Highway” AND “All the Love Songs Lied to Us” (All The Love Songs Lied To Us)
  8. Reyna Tropical -- “Calor” AND “Lluvia” (Sol y Lluvia) 
  9. Bryony Jarman-Pinto -- “Saffron Yellow” AND “Alchemy” (Cage & Aviary)
  10. Tenille Townes -- “Jersey on the Wall” (Single)

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From The Sometimes Boys:

Architect Love Letter started as a pretty, fingerpicked bluegrass figure one Labor Day evening during a jam session after a long day of BBQ and day drinking. When singer Sarah Mucho took it home, she envisioned a song about an architect building a perfect mate, which then transformed into an idea about building your best self. As she says, "There is a spiritual aspect with the tribal chanting or incantation in the choruses. Think the law of attraction concept...visualizing what you want in life while also taking action towards building it." 

The idea is that in building our perfect home, or self, we are also trying to achieve some lost experience of paradise - because that is what 'home' means in so many religious texts. So musically, the song progresses from an assertion of building the perfect home, with expected song structures of verse, chorus - even a gospel bridge - into dissolving away in that home - when achieved, the structures from which we 'sweat and bleed' pass away into a wash of psychedelic color, texture - pure joy at finding the release of building the perfect home.

Sep 20 2019 · 49mins
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Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 25.08.19 with Gary Bartz, Bryony Jarman-Pinto, DJ Krust

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This week's show is heavily influenced by the We Out Here festival that took place last week in the UK featuring music and tunes from lots of the artists and DJs who were playing there. The show starts off with an all time classic from Gary Bartz. Plus we have Soul music from Harleighblu, Yazmin Lacey and Bryony Jarman-Pinto. Jazz from Moses Boyd, Sons Of Kemet and Matthew Herbert. Broken Beat from Marc Mac and WheelUP. Afrofunk from Sean Kuti and Rob. Dancefloor Beats from Ahadadream. A new track from Terror Danjah and Nii-Teiko on Tru Thoughts. Plus a big tune from DJ Krust. Plus plenty more musical treats.

Aug 26 2019 ·
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Tru Thoughts Presents Unfold 31.03.19 with Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Theon Cross, Q Tip

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Brand new music on Tru Thoughts from Bryony Jarman-Pinto (the first single from her forthcoming album). Plus a special Sonic Switch DJ mix by Robert repping some of the tunes going down well on the dancefloor at his Brighton club night. Including deep dancefloor goodness from Mr Fingers and Kettenkarussell. Hip Hop from Masta Ace, Q Tip & Rodney P. Big club tracks from Herbert and Quantic. Jazz Dance from August Greene and Theon Cross (feat Moses Boyd on drums). Big bass tracks from Touchy Subject and Benny L remixing John Holt. Plus plenty more musical treats.

Apr 01 2019 ·