Episode 2 -Music is Universal

Written by on 15th March 2023

Episode Summary:

In this episode, we delve into the concept of the universality of music. Although different music genres may sound distinct, there is a level of relativism that connects them, as people tend to share similar realities when it comes to musical influences. Additionally, we explore our earliest memories of music and how they have influenced our preferences over time.

These episode producers Shaun Boyle, Dom Brown, Endurance Idowu, and Maryam Almhaeed, come from diverse backgrounds, but music serves as a connecting factor between them. We also have a special guest, Tolani Banks, an Afrobeat music enthusiast, who shares his experience and exposure to music and how it has shaped his musical preference.

Key Takeaway:

Music is universal

No genre of music can stand alone

Music outlive musicians

Musician references and links to their works:

King Sunny Ade:  https://www.tracklib.com/music/artists/king-sunny-ade?gclid=Cj0KCQiApKagBhC1ARIsAFc7Mc6-66XFGu9WcAjkAvxOJEmWW92t6cCUXAaRy5glPuf9jOaIyagmc4

2baba: https: //www.youtube.com/@Official2Baba

Kulthum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wBvuZVE7FI

The Beatles: https://www.thebeatles.com/

This is a production of the University of Sunderland MA student in Radio Audio and Podcasting.

The music on this episode was written and produced by Shaun Boyle.

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