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Track Talk is a weekly podcast in which Baleigh and Nathan discuss popular music through literary criticism.

Latest Episodes

'70s and Structuralism

ETime for some more theory! This time, we're digging deeper into Structuralism with the help of some fantastic 70s artists like Queen, Gloria Gaynor, The Sex Pistols, Chic, and more. This week's episode includes a refresher on Structuralism, a discussion of the state of culture in America during the 70s, and a blow-by-blow application of the theory using some of our favorite songs from the decade. We wrap everything up with a discussion of the nature of thought, the importance of input, and the structures that make up everything in our lives. Join in, and let us know what you think!

39 MIN2017 AUG 17
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'70s and Structuralism

The '60s and Feminism

EThis week on Track Talk, Nathan and Baleigh go even deeper into the music and zeitgeist of the 1960s through a feminist lens. They discuss how gender roles, power dynamics, and oppression were defined and rejected in the music of the decade. Who is your favorite female singer from the '60s? Let us know! Twitter: @tracktalkshow Email: tracktalkshow@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/tracktalkshow SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/tracktalk Become a patron: patreon.com/tracktalk Do you enjoy Track Talk? Leave us a review on iTunes! We'll sing you a song.

47 MIN2017 AUG 1
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The '60s and Feminism

'60s Interview

ETo learn more about the culture and music of the '60s, Nathan and Baleigh sit down with Robert, a music-lover in his 70s with plenty to say about the music of his day, the emergence of rock 'n' roll, and the rebellious spirit of the decade.

29 MIN2017 JUL 25
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'60s Interview

The '50s and New Criticism

ETrack Talk is back with a very special premier of the new Decades series! This week, Baleigh and Nathan discuss New Criticism as it pertains to the music of the 1950s - Elvis, Muddy Waters, the Andrews Sisters, and much more. They get into how we can listen to Elvis without thinking about Elvis's image, close readings of some of the most iconic music of the '50s, and even some of their own personal issues with New Criticism! Who's YOUR favorite artist from the '50s? What are your experiences with and memories of '50s music? Let us know! Twitter: @tracktalkshow Email: tracktalkshow@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/tracktalkshow SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/tracktalk Become a patron: patreon.com/tracktalk Do you enjoy Track Talk? Leave us a review on iTunes! We'll sing you a song.

56 MIN2017 JUL 18
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The '50s and New Criticism
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Latest Episodes

'70s and Structuralism

ETime for some more theory! This time, we're digging deeper into Structuralism with the help of some fantastic 70s artists like Queen, Gloria Gaynor, The Sex Pistols, Chic, and more. This week's episode includes a refresher on Structuralism, a discussion of the state of culture in America during the 70s, and a blow-by-blow application of the theory using some of our favorite songs from the decade. We wrap everything up with a discussion of the nature of thought, the importance of input, and the structures that make up everything in our lives. Join in, and let us know what you think!

39 MIN2017 AUG 17
Comments
'70s and Structuralism

The '60s and Feminism

EThis week on Track Talk, Nathan and Baleigh go even deeper into the music and zeitgeist of the 1960s through a feminist lens. They discuss how gender roles, power dynamics, and oppression were defined and rejected in the music of the decade. Who is your favorite female singer from the '60s? Let us know! Twitter: @tracktalkshow Email: tracktalkshow@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/tracktalkshow SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/tracktalk Become a patron: patreon.com/tracktalk Do you enjoy Track Talk? Leave us a review on iTunes! We'll sing you a song.

47 MIN2017 AUG 1
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The '60s and Feminism

'60s Interview

ETo learn more about the culture and music of the '60s, Nathan and Baleigh sit down with Robert, a music-lover in his 70s with plenty to say about the music of his day, the emergence of rock 'n' roll, and the rebellious spirit of the decade.

29 MIN2017 JUL 25
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'60s Interview

The '50s and New Criticism

ETrack Talk is back with a very special premier of the new Decades series! This week, Baleigh and Nathan discuss New Criticism as it pertains to the music of the 1950s - Elvis, Muddy Waters, the Andrews Sisters, and much more. They get into how we can listen to Elvis without thinking about Elvis's image, close readings of some of the most iconic music of the '50s, and even some of their own personal issues with New Criticism! Who's YOUR favorite artist from the '50s? What are your experiences with and memories of '50s music? Let us know! Twitter: @tracktalkshow Email: tracktalkshow@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/tracktalkshow SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/tracktalk Become a patron: patreon.com/tracktalk Do you enjoy Track Talk? Leave us a review on iTunes! We'll sing you a song.

56 MIN2017 JUL 18
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The '50s and New Criticism
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