|Come on my jog with me! More on Terry Warner, a little about a remarkable writer named Flannery O’Connor, and some on another book I read about the American auto industry’s history, called Crash Course: The American Automobile Industry’s Road to Bankruptcy and Bailout-and Beyond. Mostly dysfunctional story, like anything else I guess, with some triumphs mixed in. Flannery is brilliant, if a little dark, for me. I’ve only “read” (on audio book) one of her works.
Tah Tah, hope you like the music.
|The Long awaited time has come to introduce you to the thoughts of a phenomenon of a remarkable man and thinker, Terry Warner (aka C Terry Warner), who has pioneered thought into the causes of what I’ll call maladaptive behavior, namely self-deception, which happens as an effect of, or really is an integral part of, self-justification. Just an intro here but I intend to speak more on it in the future.
My neat music for this episode comes from a project I’ve been wanting to complete for a while and which I finally have, which is a collection of family music that will make great bedtime music for kids, which I’ve distributed on CD’s to all the kids in my family–I mean my siblings and their kids. Most of this music is unpublished anywhere else, and I’m pretty excited about it.
Enjoy, and please feel free to comment!
|I found my actual notes from the dinner with Joseph Moody, so here’s some more on that, plus additional thoughts on spinning discs and gravity/acceleration.
And of course some neat music–first one of my favorite things to play on the piano, and at the end a fun song we did which you should really see the video for at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1SV3yYvaU8.
|Folks! I actually got to talk to a physics professor about the gravity/acceleration thing and you’ll see what I found out!
Plus some good music as always. Ends with a recording of “Down to the River to Pray” with myself, Aubrey Nielsen and my daughter Owa. Hope you enjoy.
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|Hear some music made up on the fly. . .and dialogue made up on the fly as well. Learn about truss rods in guitars and b-strings (B-strings)–all right here on the Should Be Famous Podcast!|
Courtney came up with a lovely acoustic guitar cover of Lindy Cauper’s song Time After Time–great song and Courtney of course does awesome. There’s video for this as well.
Courtney started doing this thing on the guitar and I started playing along, sounded something like this. This is during my recent stay at Portland, OR for the International Barbershop Competition. LOVE getting together with family and doing great music. This might not be great, just fun. But more to come. Hope you can see the video.
|For this episode, I take Luna on a walk.
Oh, and I play a couple of piano ditties I wrote, and a recording of “Love At Home” sung by my daughter, and we talk about Forces. Like gravity and strong and weak nuclear forces and magnetic and electromagnetic forces, and how while we know pretty well what they do, we still don’t really understand HOW they do it.
I think it all goes together quite nicely. See if you think so.
|Today a ditty I like to play on the piano, thoughts on force, and an a cappella arrangement of “Make Our Garden Grow”, written by Richard Wilbur (text) and Leonard Bernstein (music). This arrangement is by Jay Giallombardo, and the recording (for my chorus to learn the song from) is by Ben McDaniel.
I cannot stop singing this song in my head, last couple days.
|The first of what I hope to be several simpler episodes put out on a weekly basis.
I recorded this version of Yankee Doodle for a potential film placement and it needed a gloomy or haunting version of a patriotic folk song. Hope you enjoy. Also similar recording of O Suzanna!
Susan Easton Black is the thought of the day. I recently finished listening to her recorded lectures–two college semesters worth–on the topic of Church history, meaning the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Was a very good experience for me as was my actual taking of one of her classes in person back at BYU. She does all her lectures without notes, very engaging, avid speed reader since her youth. Susan Easton Black should be famous. She’s a prolific author if you’re interested, so look her up.