By Nathan Ober
Sound is independent of our consciousness. We can turn off the lights and close our eyes, but our ears are always aware. Perhaps because of this, we learn to tune out the rich sonic soundscape given to us by the natural world, and in turn we forget to listen. With the simple act of listening, we learn new ways of empathizing with our environment, our neighbor, and even ourselves.
escuchaMay 18, 2020
Ep. 05: Again and Again. On the same path.
This episode travels to North Carolina, Big Sur, Colombia, Finland and Joshua Tree. Music By Glen Jennings.
Ep. 04: The place where time stops. How did I get here?
This episode travels to you from New Delhi—India, Finland, Denmark, Big Sur—California and Medillín—Columbia with musical interlude by “Richard Wangner“ recorded live on the deck of the Henry Miller Memorial Library In 2018. Other musical segments by Glen Jennings and Nathan Ober. With peace, love and eternal gratitude.
And now please sit back, relax, and listen.
Ep. 03: Big Sur, where the sea and the rocks make love
These recordings come from Big Sur, California in the spring of 2018 recorded through the Henry Miller Memorial Library Audio Guestbooks. Music recordings from live shows include Assateague, Bill Mackay and a few anonymous guests along with original soundtrack by Glenn Jennings.
Ep. 02: Big Sur, with eyes as sharp as a hawk!
These recordings come from Big Sur, California in the spring of 2018 recorded through the Henry Miller Memorial Library Audio Guestbooks. Music recordings from live shows include Ryley Walker and a few anonymous guests.
Ep. 01: At dusk, beside your window. Arteles Creative Center, Hämeenkyrö, Finland
This episode turns back the clock to the summer of 2017 and features artists-in-residence at the Arteles Creative Center in Haukijärvi, Finland. Original music by Glen Jennings.