Show Notes 07/15/16

Title: Music, Memories and the Senses

Run Time: 24 min 10 secs

Host: Luke Rodgers

Panelists: Oktober, Nabbit, Major Monocle


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 Topic:  Music: Triggering Memories and Senses



  • Luke starts off the conversation with Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” because he thinks it’s lyrics are so descriptive that it can put you into the scene. You can see the streetlights, smell the perfume and see the shadows.


  • Nabbit takes a side trip down a weird rabbit hole about what he thinks about everytime he hears Bon Jovi (and no it is not Direct TV).



  • Nabbit gets in on the whole dream thread and brings up Röyksopp’s “What Else Is There?” He says that the video (just follow that link) is very much like a dream and actually informs the watcher about the state of the singer.


  • Oktober thinks back to the early days of MTV whenever she listens to Fleetwood Mac’s “Gypsy” because she says that the production value of the song so defines that era.



  • Oktober decides to take this converation to a dark place by telling the panel about the time she spent time in an institution and what she spent her time listening to. (George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass“)



  • The panel gangs up on Major Monocle because he hasn’t really brought up any songs. So he went to a song he had a heard his Dad play a million times…. Metallica’s “Enter Sandman”



  • Luke feels empowered by the feeling he gets from We Are Scientists “After Hours”…. it feels like after you’ve had a few drinks and you are feeling really good and you feel you could accomplish anything.


  • The panel wonders why Luke put smell into the show topic notes. He explains that it was all about the senses and brings up the song from Sara Bareilles called Lulu’s Pie Song (from the musical Waitress) which is simply about making a pie. By the end of it he can smell it baking.


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