Saturday, March 17, 2018

"Why Do We Love Music? Tales of Music and the Brain" plus: "The Oceans of the Past" | KPFA

 Dr. Michio Kaku interviews Dr. Oliver Sachs – why do we love music? – talks on his book "Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain" (2nd half of the show) 

ALSO ::: This show begins with an interview of Dr. Callum Roberts – "OCEANS ARE NOT THEY WAY THEY WERE" – only our ancestors would know. Book is "The Unnatural History of the Seas"

PODCAST – Why Do We Love Music? And The Oceans of the Past | KPFA


Tales of Music and the Brain

Publication date: 2007 (Revised & expanded 2008)
In this book — now revised and expanded for the paperback edition — Dr. Sacks investigates the power of music to move us, to heal and to haunt us.
Musicophilia, a New York Times bestseller, has been named one of the Best Books of 2007 by the Washington Post and the editors of

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