Tuned In To Music

Reflections from a lifetime

Podcast: Tuned In To Music 006, Jingo: Listening with Open Ears

In this podcast we listen to three versions of the song Jingo: the original written by a kid from a small village in Nigeria who dreamed of coming to the US, a version that became a signature song for a megastar Latin Rock group, and a disco version that became an international dance hit. The story of Jingo illustrates what can happen when people refuse to be limited by musical categories and listen to music with open ears.

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You can download Jingo: Listening with Open Ears here

http://www.kmurnane.com/podcasts/titm/TITM006-2007-07-22.mp3

A list of the podcasts in the series can be found by clicking the Podcasts button at the top of this page.

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07/22/2007 - Posted by | music, Podcasts

2 Comments »

  1. […] Music from this CD can be heard on Tuned In To Music Podcast 006 – Jingo: Listening with Open Ears […]

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  2. […] Music from this CD can be heard on Tuned In To Music Podcast 006 – Jingo: Listening with Open Ears […]

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