Today's show was loosely titled, "Musical Mind Maps" due to the fact that the show's music crossed a number of genres and styles but was all (at least to me!) musically connected--a veritable musical tree. Here are some additional links that relate to music played today as well as things that couldn't make it into the show. Enjoy!
- If Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" had an Eastern European "musical cousin" it would be Dave Douglas' "Charms of the Night Sky."
- On today's show, I played a track from Richard Reed Parry's "Music for Heart and Breath." Here is more info about this unique project:
Late last week, I was fortunate enough to watch a local screening of the incredible, inspiring, and absolutely important documentary this week: Misa’s Fugue; inspired me to play “Charms of the Night Sky” by Dave Douglas
Amanda Palmer released her latest book, "The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help". Here is her incredibly popular (and powerful) TED talk that spawned the book:
If you are a lover of the band Chicago, checkout this classic from Tanglewood (1970):
I featured two songs from the band Phox on today's show. I am really enjoying their first full-length album. Here are some related links to checkout: