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Shearwater - Radiolab "Colors" flac album
Title:
Radiolab "Colors"
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Style:
Indie Rock
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FLAC album size:
1167 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ✪

Previously unreleased version of "Black is the Color" recorded in WNYC's studio during the Animal Joy tour for use on Radiolab's "Colors" episode.

Radiolab - Rippin’ the Rainbow an Even Newer One Radiolab Podcast.

Radiolab rips the rainbow a new on. solving all these mysteries of the world. And one of the questions that he thinks about during this break is -. JG: What are colors? MUSIC IN. JG: Where do they come from? RK: Like when I see the color red, is that red - is it inside my head or is it something that exists sort of out there in the world? JG: Yes the light without or it’s the light within. JA: Hm. JG: So he pokes a knife into his eye.

radiolab: formerly of npr, now of wnyc, radio lab is one of the coolest shows out there, imo. basically, take this american life, but all the stories are about science. super fun. super informative. sfw. more perfect: a brand new podcast from the same people behind radiolab. this show is about the supreme court. they tell us about some of the major cases that the supreme court has covered and get really into the nitty gritty. super interesting and informative. rose buddies: now don’t judge me. rose buddies is a bachelor/ette fancast

Radiolab colors music Radiolab - Colors Radiolab Conducts the Choral Color Experiment Radiolab - Rippin’ the Rainbow an Even Newer One Radiolab - Why Isn't the Sky Blue? Radiolab - Colors Shearwater - Black Is The Color (from the "Colors" episode of Radiolab) Radiolab - Colors Sneak Peek Radiolab - Wordless Music Radiolab - S. .

Tracklist

1 Black Is The Color 4:02

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – WNYC Radio

Notes

Previously unreleased version of "Black is the Color" recorded in WNYC's studio during the Animal Joy tour for use on Radiolab's "Colors" episode.