35: Hear And Now (Music & Memory) w/ Dr. Amee Baird
Published November 17, 2015
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    What is it about music that just takes you back to specific people, places, and moments? Well, this week, we explore how music intersects with our lives. Whether it’s playing, listening, or escaping it, music is finds a way to bury deep within us and remind us of our own stories.

    Nick is running this show this week and opens with a story about love, loss, and the Bb concert scale. Next, Elizabeth Sweetly tells us about how music seemingly haunted her until she came to grips with the realities of her own life. Finally, Jessi Broughton tells us about how music brought her best friend into her life - twice.

    We also speak with neuropsychologist Dr. Amee Baird about her research into music and memory.

    So, put on a stupid grin and let’s get to listening.

    Dr. Amee Baird

    Special Thanks to Listeners Elizabeth Sweetly (@ej_sweetly) and Jessi Broughton (@searchtofindyou) for sharing their stories.

    Special thanks to Breathing Rhythm Studios in Norman, Oklahoma for audio recording assistance. 

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