David Axelrod, the former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, is bringing his super popular podcast to CNN on April 1.
Jeffrey Goldberg joined CNN's David Axelrod for his latest podcast on The Axe Files, and The Atlantic's editor-in-chief offered a word to the wise for people covering President Trump's feud with the political press.
Donald Trump’s first campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, conceded to David Axelrod that there was no evidence for the president’s claim that Massachusetts Democrats were brought into New Hampshire by bus on Election Day to steal the state for Hillary Clinton.
David Axelrod, former campaign manager for Barack Obama, put the blame at the feet of President Donald Trump for the reason that no positive news stories can gain traction about the White House. In a panel discussion on CNN Friday, Axelrod said that the constant need for Trump to derail positive...
David Axelrod, who passed away over the weekend at age 83, was for a while something of an unsung hero of production and arrangement. During his most active years, from 1963 to 1970, he was an A&R man and producer for Capitol Records,...Show More Summary
David Axelrod—the legendary composer, arranger, producer, and musician—has died. He was 83. Axelrod began working at Capitol Records in the early ‘60s as a producer and A&R person. He worked on a number of jazz and soul records by artists...Show More Summary
For most, the works “Songs of Innocence” and “Songs of Experience” will forever be linked to the poet William Blake, but to beat-based musicians, producers and legions of jazz-funk fans, they’re the influential first two solo albums by Los Angeles producer, composer and arranger David Axelrod. ...
by Dave Segal Axelrod's music—on top of being genius on its own—has been foundational to some of the deepest and greatest hiphop tracks. Producer/arranger/composer David Axelrod—who died yesterday at age 83—was the originator of a spiritual, orchestral strain of funk that made his work among the most plundered by hiphop producers. Show More Summary
David Axelrod, the ‘60s and ‘70s jazz and soul producer known for his ornate arrangements and distinct rhythms, died on Sunday. Many who didn’t know Axelrod’s name knew his music through samples; his productions and original compositions...Show More Summary
While he may not be a household name, his jazzy, groovy, lounge-y records from the late '60s were a well that '90s-era hip hop would go to again and again, his music being sampled on records by Lauryn Hill, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, DJ-Shadow, De La Soul, The Beatnuts, Dr Dre. Continue reading…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8j8pSu3U7WM David Axelrod, whose 1960s and 1970s production and compositions melding jazz, soul, and rock had an indelible impact on contemporary hip-hop and R&B, has died at age 83. From Billboard: Born...Show More Summary
Members of hip-hop community pay their respects to the legendary musician.
David Axelrod, the composer and producer who's been sampled in about a million hip-hop songs, has died, Billboard reports. He was 83. …
From Ambrosia For Heads This evening (February 5), it has been reported that David Axelrod has died. The Roots’ Questlove took to social media moments ago to announce the death of iconic music producer, songwriter, and arranger. A native...Show More Summary
Sounds like: David Axelrod, Andrew Bird, Portishead Song: Andrew Joslyn - Desiderata (Ft. Mark Lanegan) What's so good? A noted composer, Andrew Joslyn has opened for Suzanne Vega and worked with the likes of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis over the years. Show More Summary
David Axelrod wondered on CNN's State of the Union today exactly who in the White House will be able to tell President Trump not to go so off-message.
The question was a terrible one, but David Axelrod's answer was worse, particularly in light of everything we now know about Vladimir Putin's interference in the election. When asked by Jim Sciutto whether it was fair for the tables to be turned by Rep. Show More Summary
Fox News' Chris Wallace sat down with David Axelrod for a lengthy discussion that hit upon President-elect Donald Trump's criticisms of the intelligence community.
In yet another "exit interview" earlier this week with David Axelrod, Obama took the opportunity to remind us once again just how awesome he is. In doing so, he noted that he was "confident" he could have beaten Trump in 2016 and implied...Show More Summary