Musical Nostalgia: Saturday, Nov. 26 | 9pm



by Maggie Molloy

Still frame from Mark DeChiazza’s video for Christopher Cerrone’s Memory Palace.

We all have those certain sounds that transport us straight back to childhood⁠—the sound of the school bus rumbling down your street, or maybe the plastic, clicking sounds of rewinding a cassette tape. The sound of the screen door slamming as you used to run outside, or the timbre of that cheap guitar you used to play in the backyard.

On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion: Musical Nostalgia. We’ll hear from composers creating new music inspired by the old, familiar sounds of childhood: summer nights on the porch, wind chimes twinkling in the evening breeze, crickets chirping outside your childhood home. It’s a musical trip down memory lane.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Nov. 26 at 9pm PT.


Christopher Cerrone’s Memory Palace is included in this week’s episode.



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