PEL Presents NEM#139: Don Rauf's Life In A Blender

PEL Presents NEM#139: Don Rauf's Life In A Blender

By Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Friday, 15 January

Don started the NY-based Life in a Blender in the late 80s and has put out ten albums of tunes with off-kilter lyrics and increasingly elaborate arrangements. We discuss "The Ocean is a Black and Rolling Tongue" (and listen to "Soul Deliverer") from Satsuma (2020), "Falmouth" from We Already Have Birds That Sing (2014), and "Chicken Dance" from Two Legs Bad (1997). Intro: "Mounds of Flesh" from Welcome to the Jelly Days (1988). For more see lifeinablender.net.

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