It was like an initiation, a ceremonial rite, calling far-out tunes in strange keys with the hip changes at tempos so fast if you didn’t fly you fell— that’s how you earned your diploma in the University of The Streets of New York
Resistance cannot be seen, touched, heard, or smelled. But it can be felt. We experience it as an energy field radiating from a work-in-potential. It’s a repelling force. It’s negative. Its aim is to shove us away, distract us, prevent us from doing our work.
Great story from This American Life that’s pretty hot right now. Nothing new here. Shady business deals with banks. The story of Carmen Segarra, an attorney, who was hired as Bank Examiner to investigate the NY Fed’s dealings with one of the biggest criminals in the world, IMO, Goldman Sachs. These tapes are priceless.
What does this have to do with voice over? Absolutely nothing.
Listen all you transplants… You came here wanting to be the next Carrie Bradshaw but even her and her lovely counterparts have more class, sophistication and manners than you do. Get with it.
Some masterful piano playing by Fred Hersch, one of my favorite jazz pianists. “The Song Is You”
The voicings, the harmony and melody all weaved together for a memorable show.
Love it when one of my friends books a job I auditioned for and it sounds great! My buddy Michael Lockwood Crouch on the AVO for this killer TV spot for Capital One 360 checking.