KAZU Sunday Sound Adventures

Sun 4-5pm

April 30th, 2017:

myTunes: Music & Identity:

Today, it seems, everyone has the opportunity to create their very own personal soundtrack to their lives. There's a very simple reason that the iPod starts with the letter "I". On Episode 5 of The Nerve, host Jowi Taylor examines how music plays an integral part in everyone's identity, regardless of class, race, religion, education, gender, or sexuality. But wait - no, in fact, it's got everything to do with class, race, religion, education, gender and sexuality. Just how much power does music have to create a sense of "me" and "you", of "us" and "them"? How can songs written by other people be described as your tunes or my tunes? The Nerve 5 declares its own musical identity.


Recently aired programs: 

April 23, 2017: Enchanted, Entranced: Music and Spirituality

April 16, 2017: The Pipe, the Drum, and the Thunder Run: Music & War

April 16, 2017: In the Key of DNA: Music & Evolution

April 9, 2017: Wired For Sound: Music and the Brain

April 2, 2017: 'Billie Holiday: Lady Sings the Blues'

March 26, 2017: Chuck Berry and His Disciples

March 19, 2017: Women's History Month Special: Jazz Women of the 1960s

March 12, 2017: The Chieftains: San Patricio

March 5, 2017: Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival: Celebrating 60 Years

February 26, 2017: Historically Black, Episode 3

February 19, 2017: Historically Black, Episode 2

February 12, 2017: Historically Black, Episode 1

February 5, 2017: Civil Rights in America: Seneca Falls, Selma, Stonewall and Beyond

January 29, 2017: Jazz and Civil Rights

January 22, 2017: The Art of Jazz Drumming

January 15, 2017: A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood

January 8, 2017: Skeptic Check: Fear Itself

January 1, 2017: The Fireside Afterglow

December 25, 2016: The Dinner Party Download Holiday Special

December 18, 2016: A Cool Christmas

December 11, 2016: Luis Valdez: An American Original

December 4, 2016: A Show For You: A Leon Russell Appreciation

November 27, 2016: Imagined Nations: Depictions of American Indians

November 20, 2016: Massasoit's Peace Pact with the Pilgrims

November 13, 2016: The Power of Nonviolence: Healing the Trauma of War

November 6, 2016: Political Junkie 2016 Presidential Election Special 

October 31, 2016: HV074 - Bloody Hell

October 23, 2016: Dylan: Writer's Favorites

October 16, 2016: Working with Studs Terkel

October 9, 2016: Jazz's Great Comeback Stories (Duke Ellington)

October 2, 2016: Campaign '68

September 25, 2016: Political Junkie Special - Great Moments in Presidential Debates

September 18, 2016: Ella Fitzgerald, 'First Lady of Song'

September 11, 2016: The Big Picture (From Big Picture Science)

September 4, 2016: Workin’: The Work Song in Jazz and Popular Music

August 24, 2016: Walk in the Park (From Hearing Voices).

(KAZU reserves this time slot for public radio documentaries and seasonal programs.)