Schedule



Spring 2021 Season - Days/Times Forthcoming



Nation Building with Antonio Pacheco / A bi-weekly look at the state of public architecture in the United States, including interviews, news items, reading suggestions, and historical/theoretical frameworks for understanding public architecture more broadly.

Grounds with Amanda Ugorji / Inter-generational interviews with artists, designers, and planners that ask what existential questions they have been working through lately and how they make their decisions.

Still Standing with Eytan Levi and Ben Hoyle / Interviews with experts about the renovation of Soviet mass housing.

Conversations on Care with Ana MiljaĨki

Songs for Tomorrow: Mom

Episode 4, May 8, 2020


Listen to the show here.


This episode is dedicated to my mother, Hermine Chivian-Cobb, who passed away in February of this year. I miss her with all my heart. I love you, mom.

19:00  Mitski, “Nobody” Be the Cowboy, 2018

WELCOME!

19:04  Nina Simone, “Black is the Color of My True Love’s Hair” After Hours, 1995[1959]

19:08  Nina Simone, “Here Comes the Sun” Just Like a Woman: Nina Simone Sings Classic Songs of the ’60s, 1967

19:11  Big Mama Thornton, “Swing Low Sweet Chariot” Hound Dog, 2010[1953]

BREAK

19:17  John Denver, “Rocky Mountain High” Rocky Mountain High, 1972

19:21  John Denver, “Sunshine on My Shoulders” Poems, Prayers, and Promises, 1971

19:26   Bob Dylan, “Lay, Lady, Lay” Nashville Skyline, 1969

19:30  Carole King, “You’ve Got a Friend” Tapestry, 1971

BREAK

19:36  Simon & Garfunkel, “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feeling’ Groovy)” The Concert in Central Park (Live), 1982

19:38  Simon & Garfunkel, “Scarborough Fair” Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, 1966

19:42  Simon & Garfunkel, “The Sound of Silence - Acoustic Version” Wednesday Morning, 3AM, 1964

BREAK

19:46  Nora Jones, “Come Away With Me” Come Away With Me, 2002

19:49  Nora Jones, “Carry On” Day Breaks, 2016

19:52  Jane Siberry, k.d. lang, “Calling All Angels” Until the End of the World (Soundtrack), 1991

SO LONG!

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