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Briefly, my previously low-maintenance, music-based radio show (on the one and only WMBR Cambridge 88.1 FM) became a project about musically-integrated story sharing. While most of these shows have disappeared into the ether like some a frequency-modulated sand mandala, I recently discovered a handful on an personal digital archeaology excavation.

April 21, 2014

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I'm quite proud of all of the track looping on this show, I think it mostly worked very well The Bonobo track here was purely Joe Frank inspired.

Stories read: Songs played:

April 7, 2014

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I didn't stray very far musically with this, but I'm still a big fan of the choices. Two of the stories are pulled from the same McSweeny's issue. I'm pretty sure that's equivalent to playing two songs off the same album. No, like playing two songs off the same Paste Magazine CD.

Stories read: Songs played:

January 9, 2014

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A collection of spoken and sung performances about forgiveness, abstract and concrete.

Audio played:

Saturday in May, Sunday Might

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The piece that first began my foray into spoken word radio. Instead of just putting songs together for my radio show one week, I decided to try slicing up two Joe Frank shows, and mixing those into the music.

Audio played:

Alan Watts -- She Moves She

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And a bonus track, an unearthed combination of looped Four Tet (She Moves She) and the most important thing that Alan Watts has ever said.