Monday, June 13, 2016

Records In My Life: Yeasayer

We filmed this interview, featuring Ira Wolf Tuton from the band Yeasayer, upstairs on the balcony at Imperial Vancouver.  Ira chatted with Charles for over half an hour about some of his favorite albums, genres, and musical history.  This is an edited version of that conversation, wherein he discusses Congalese Christian music, Jazz, Classical and Hip hops.  A very well informed musician. Check it out!

This Yeasayer episode of Records In My Life references the following albums:
1. Donny Hathaway - Live
2. Oscar Peterson Trio - Live in Amsterdam
3. Missa Luba
4. Usef Latif - Blues for the Orient
5. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly

Records In My Life is hosted and produced by Charles Brownstein
Videography, direction and editing by Mark Henning
Animations and RIML logo by Susana Ramirez

Music Credits:
Yeasayer on RIML features the song "Gearson's Whistle" from the album "Amen and Goodbye".

Theme music is "Best Tonight" by Combine the VIctorious

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