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In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, this episode features Irish artists from Black 47 to Damien Rice. What great music and artistry they’ve produced! Of course, we also include the Marot Memo. For more, check out the full archives at rfne.org.
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This week, I talk about something I saw while out walking. It’s a warning to anyone thinking about the explorer mindset.
We’re finally back to the music.
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After a few weeks of Marot Memos only, I produced a fun, varied music show – only to include the wrong link! You may have noticed last week that if you clicked on the hyperlink, it went to the old Russell Baker show. Rather than put you behind the 8-ball this week with another new episode, I’m linking to the right one this time.
This may not mean anything to you, but if it does, it’s worth saying. My love of music is pretty diverse – rock ‘n’ roll, folk rock, soul, Motown, jazz, I could go on. But one style of radio that I like is the FM rock radio of the late 60s/early 70s. It kind of fits my vibe as a person. I’m not the wild screecher that someone like Alan Freed was, and though I love Wolfman Jack, that’d come off pretty disingenuous (have a listen if you’ve never heard him – he’s cool and his music taste is superb). What I heard recently while digging around old airchecks (archives of radio shows) online is a great station called WNEW-FM. They had jocks who were pretty low-key, loved the music, and weren’t afraid to talk politics, tell stories, or rap about life philosophies. That’s something I’ve unwittingly been doing on my show, even though it’s not what we really hear on the radio today. I mean – where have YOU heard a mix of politics, stories, philosophy, and music on the actual dial? I appreciate the leap you take with me every time I make a left turn to some book I’m reading, some issue that’s on my mind, etc. It makes for something unique!
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This week covers a lot of ground – Laura Nyro to Don Varner and everything in between. Plus, we’ll keep talking about the explorer mindset and why optimism is so important today. Visit rfne.orfg for archived episodes, the podcast, merchandise, and more!
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Want transcendent experiences? Really look around you. That’s my advice in this week’s Marot Memo. What do you do to find transcendence, or explore your world? Click this link to find out how to record your thoughts and tips.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rfne/support
In this week’s Marot Memo, I discuss the book The Power of Meaning by Emily Smith. The book is terrific – here’s a link if you want to purchase or read a sample.
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More Rock ‘n Soul for your listening pleasure, plus this week’s features include Connecticut’s role in ending the shutdown, this week’s birthdays and events of note, and a tribute to NYT columnist and author, Russell Baker in the Marot Memo.