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Show #95 Notes
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Despite the dumpster fire that is the state of our country, we are encouraged by the folks out here fighting for our rights, as seen in Tennessee.
It's important to appreciate the small things and celebrate small victories, as DJ Sir Daniel emphasized in this week's episode, such as conquering a fear of asking for something.
“Singing Pharrell is one of my favorite things to hear on a record. I love a singing Pharrell on a hook. It's fun to me.”
- Jay Ray
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We also touched on the film Spinning Gold. The hosts were supportive of the filmmakers, but also critical of the film’s casting, pacing and musical depictions. Tune in to see what they had to say.
DJ Sir Daniel caught us up on “The Boy Who Kissed The Sky.” The play, which DJ Sir Daniel described as stunning centers around a young Black boy’s ability to imagine and become what he wants to be. The play is inspired by the life and music of Jimi Hendrix. Watch our interview the the show’s composers Divinity Roxx and Eugene H. Russell IV, below.
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“The Boy Who Kissed the Sky: It speaks to young boys, black boys especially, having the space and the permission to imagine and to be all that they want to be, regardless of what it is.”
- DJ Sir Daniel
On a personal note, the hosts discussed their prioritization of fitness in their lives and the importance of sleep for restoration and productivity.
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