eschorama podcast episode 2
Monologue script “Walking Home from School” written by Jim Esch
“The Snow Queen: story 1” from Hans Christian Anderson’s Faerie Tales, published by Educator Classics
“Haunting Thoughts – Sallapam” by Jyotsna Srikanth
Indigo Girls: “Dead Man’s Hill”
“Duet for Ghosts” by Ed Harcourt
“Des pas sure la neige” Claude Debussy, performed by Daniel Barenboim
Dead Man Winter: “I Remember This Place Being Bigger”
“Snowy Walk home from Worrall School” by Jim Esch
“I Forgive it All” by Mudcrutch
Music from the Free Music Archive (licensed under the Creative Commons attribution license)
“Walking Shoes” by Blue Dot Sessions: freemusicarchive.org/music/Blue_Dot…/Walking_Shoes
“Walking the Wall” by PC III freemusicarchive.org/music/P_C_III/…lking_The_Wall
“Walking Down the Street” by Borrtex freemusicarchive.org/music/Borrtex/…own_the_Street
First installment of my new freeform radio podcast, featuring poems now in the public domain as of January 2019, including “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost and a set of poems by Wallace Stevens: “Tea at the Palaz of Hoon”, “The Snowman”, “Sunday Morning”, “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird”. Music featured includes “Russian Snow Camo” by Drake Stafford, “Snow Drop” by Kevin MacLeod, “Snow Ticket” by P C III, “Little Man” by Sonny and Cher, “The Sighful Branches” by Axletree, “Snowmen” by Kai Engel, “String Society” by Jim Esch, “Judgment” by Sister Mary Nelson, “Snowfall” by Steinbruchel
Russian Snow Camo by Drake Stafford is licensed under a Attribution License.
Snow Drop by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
Snowfall by Steinbruchel is licensed under a Attribution 3.0 United States License.
The Sighful Branches by Axletree is licensed under a Attribution License.
Snow Ticket by P C III is licensed under a Attribution License.
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Snowmen by Kai Engel is licensed under a Attribution License.
I like to use Spotify as a music discovery medium. Its algorithms are pretty good at the suggestion game. I tend to keep playlists by season: one for winter, spring, summer, fall. Then I cull those lists for an annual playlist of tunes that made the best impression on me. It’s fun. For what it’s worth, here’s my 2018 sampler:
Check out this 2013 Tom Stoppard radio play inspired by Pink Floyd’s Darkside of the Moon. Full of philosophical thought experiments, it uses the album as a soundtrack.
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/77882285″>Darkside</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/adrianamaral”>Adrian Amaral</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
http://www.turksheadreview.com/vinylessence/ve76.mp3 All Vinyl lineup this time, featuring the Cars, and a spotlight on The Warner Bros. Loss Leaders compilation: TROUBLEMAKERS. You’ll hear songs by The Sex Pistols, Urban Verbs, Marianne Faithful, Devo, The Buggles, Modern Lovers, and Gang of Four.