Song Exploder #28: The Long Winters — “The Commander Thinks Aloud”

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  1. Song Exploder No. 28: The Long Winters | Maximum Fun

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    Song Exploder

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    John Roderick

    On February 1st, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart while reentering the earth’s atmosphere. John Roderick, singer and songwriter of The Long Winters wrote "The Commander Thinks Aloud" about that fateful moment. This episode was made from an interview I did with John Roderick in front of a live audience in Seattle, where we discussed how and why he made this song.

    Buy "The Commander Thinks Aloud" on iTunes.

    Read the profile of the commander and the six other crew members at NASA’s page dedicated to the Columbia. The seven of them were of seven different religious faiths.

    John Roderick also makes podcasts: Roderick on the Line with Merlin Mann, and Roderick’s Rendezvous.

    http://www.maximumfun.org/song-exploder/song-exploder-no-28-long-winters

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  2. Song Exploder : The Long Winters - The Commander Thinks Aloud

    On February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart while reentering the earth’s atmosphere. John Roderick, singer and songwriter of The Long Winters, wrote "The Commander Thinks Aloud" about that fateful moment. This episode was made from an interview I did with John Roderick in front of a live audience in Seattle, where we discussed how and why he made this song.

    http://songexploder.libsyn.com/the-long-winters-the-commander-thinks-aloud

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  3. Song Exploder Episode 28: The Long Winters

    On February 1st, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart while reentering the earth’s atmosphere. John Roderick, singer and songwriter of The Long Winters, wrote “The Commander Thinks Aloud” about that fateful moment. This episode was made from an interview I did with John Roderick in front of a live audience in Seattle, where we discussed how and why he made this song.

    —Huffduffed by revston

  4. The Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy: a conversation with my parents who worked the accident - The Verge

    On February 1st, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart over Texas and Louisiana as it returned from a 16-day mission in space. The cause of the accident was a piece of foam that had fallen…

    http://www.theverge.com/2017/2/1/14458170/nasa-columbia-space-shuttle-accident-anniversary-engineer-interview

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  5. 168- All In Your Head | 99% Invisible

    People who make horror movies know: if you want to scare someone, use scary music.

    Some of the most creative use of music and sound to evoke fear and anxiety is on the TV show Hannibal.

    Hrishikesh Hirway of Song Exploder spoke with evolutionary biologist Dan Blumstein, Hannibal executive producer David Slade, and composer Brian Reitzell.

    Bonus: To celebrate the addition of Song Exploder to Radiotopia, we’re playing Roman’s favorite episode of the program, featuring John Roderick of The Long Winters “exploding” his masterpiece “The Commander Thinks Aloud.”

    All In Your Head

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 32:49 — 30.1MB)

    http://99percentinvisible.prx.org/2015/06/10/168-all-in-your-head/

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