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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Parsons. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Parsons, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Parsons. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Parsons, often where they are interviewed.

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Sequences Special Edition No 173: The Music of David Parsons

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We welcome you to another special edition, the music of David Parsons, an influential musician who has been so important in our genre of electronic sounds.
I came to hear David’s music in 1983, the album ‘Sounds of the Mothership’ by accident when visiting a classical record shop, from that day I have a big fan of his unique blend of Western technology & Eastern music.

David continues to live in New Zealand (or Middle Earth, as he has taken to calling it since his homeland became the cinematic home for The Lord Of The Rings trilogy), and still writes music for television and film. With his experiences traveling through Central Asia over the years have given him an insight into his own music. The darkness that has remained a defining element of his sound today, he says, “not darkness, really. It's more like a sense of awe. You go to the Himalayas and you hear the rumble of the ice and the low long horns of the monastery. Tibetan Buddhism has that darkness: it’s not evil, it’s the awesome power of the universe, the sound of Om. That’s the darkness I’m drawn to.”

We have a collection of tracks from most of David’s output from the last four decades, with his latest album released on gterma ‘Chakra’, which carves and weaves its way through the mysteries surrounding of the seven Chakras, starting at the crown and working towards the foundation.

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02.03 Sahasrara
09.56 Atmanaut
16.37 Offerings pt 1
24.52 Tashi
34.07 Akash
43.40 Tsaparang
52.41 Old Man In The Trees
01.00.11 Beyond The Pass
01.11.30 Corona
01.20.08 Alien Dreaming
01.28.38 Tisra Loka
01.37.58 Cloud Gompa
01.47.33 The Future Buddha Realm of the Hungry Ghost
01.54.33 Gurla Mandhata
02.01.05 Shaman
02.07.59 Urartu to Ubud
02.14.38 Tantra
02.23.39 Haha Puja
02.34.12 Himalaya
02.43.28 Tibetian Plateau
02.56.14 Meditation On A Loney Pool
May 23 2020 · 2hr 59mins
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How to successfully implement distance learning with digital and collaboration expert Dr David Parsons.

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The current global pandemic has meant education has evolved at lightning speed. Schools around the world are busy implementing distance learning, while teachers and students are discovering ways to collaborate remotely. So, how do you remain connected to every student - when not every student has access to a device or the internet? We caught up with digital learning and collaboration expert, Dr David Parsons from The Mind Lab in New Zealand, who shared some exciting ways teachers and students can navigate their way through distance learning both online and offline.
Apr 14 2020 · 28mins

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Episode 22: The Return of the King [with David Parsons]

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On our 22nd episode, we're joined by David Parsons from the Nostalgia Trap podcast. David helps us try to make some kind of sense of over 50 years of filmmaking from America's foremost cinematic figure, Martin Scorsese. We talk Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, The King of Comedy, Gangs of New York, Silence, and more, along with Scorsese's latest film, The Irishman, released this year. It's epic in length, but also, it must be said, in subject. Scorsese... the man simply makes movies.

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Dec 10 2019 · 2hr 17mins
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David Parsons - Gucci Minh

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David Parsons is an author and fellow podcaster. He's the author of Dangerous Grounds: Antiwar Coffeehouses and Military Dissent in the Vietnam Era, and that's what the discussion centers around. However, we do delve into imperialism, popular culture, the new for a libidinal communism and the current moment in American Politics.

David's Links:

https://www.nostalgiatrap.com/ https://uncpress.org/book/9781469632018/dangerous-grounds/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nostalgia-trap/id862194930 https://www.patreon.com/nostalgiatrap

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Nov 18 2019 · 1hr 51mins

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29 – Anti-Capitalism, Nostalgia Traps, Swoletariats, Psychedelics, Team Sports, and MMA w/ David Parsons

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Today we sit down with historian, author, and podcaster David Parsons of the Nostalgia Trap podcast to cover a variety of topics that are rarely discussed in-depth: from the nostalgia trap of Ken Burns documentaries, anti-capitalism, the Vietnam War, loneliness and the search for community, Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky as gateway to psychedelics and Terence McKenna, reactionary hippies, and then the often most ignored part of the Left—Left physical culture. Things such as sports, working out, and MMA, and how that can not only function as a way to maintain mental health and community for activists, but also work as a natural bridge to talk about labor and teamwork with sports fans.

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For more on Nostalgia Trap: https://www.nostalgiatrap.com

You can find David on Twitter: @davidlparsons and @NostalgiaTrap

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As well as on the Southpaw Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/southpaw

You can also find Sam on Twitter and Instagram: @StuffFromSam

Jun 18 2019 · 1hr 50mins
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Mini-cast: A People's History (w/ David Parsons)

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Our friend David Parsons from The Nostalgia Trap podcast comes back on the show to talk about their exciting new video project, left media, and about the importance of telling history a different way.

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Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org)

  • Lobo Loco, "Malte Junior - Hall"
Jun 03 2019 · 57mins
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Guest Speaker - David Parsons ICEJ

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Nov 12 2017 · 54mins
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#38: David Parsons on The Nostalgia Trap and leftists in the trenches

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In this episode, we hear from David Parsons, a social and cultural historian of 20th century America at New York University and host of The Nostalgia Trap. David discusses some of the historians and critics he’s had on The Nostalgia Trap. He also describes why he moved from being a fan of Rush Limbaugh as a kid to being a committed leftist at UC Santa Barbara, a shift he has not reversed. Finally, David talks a bit about what it’s like being a young scholar in the academy, and whether he thinks it’s incumbent upon scholars in the digital age to try to present their work to the public.
Mar 15 2017 · 1hr 5mins
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Your View Of Israel - David Parsons ICEJ

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Your View Of Israel - David Parsons ICEJ
Nov 22 2015 · 43mins
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The Gentile Role In Israel's Restoration, David Parsons

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The Gentile Role In Israel's Restoration, David Parsons by Kempsville Presbyterian Church
Jul 26 2015 · 42mins
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