Category Archives: Podcast Book and Music Information and Purchase

Herman Melville (Volume 2, Episode 9) Bibliographical And Music Information

Much of the material for this podcast came from:

Herman Melville: His World And Work, by Andrew Delbanco

Melville: His World and Work

 

Also: Herman Melville A to Z: The Essential Reference To His Life And Work

Herman Melville A to Z: The Essential Reference to His Life and Work (Critical Companion) by Carl Rollyson (2001-01-03)

 

Music selections for this podcast included:

Erik Satie: Gymnopedie Number 3, by Kevin MacLeod 

and

Waltz of the Renegade by Art of Escapism

Ted Ngoy, The Donut King Of Southern California (Volume 2, Episode 8) Bibliographical Information

The information for this podcast came from two articles:

“Dunkin’ and the Donut King”, November 2, 2014, California Sunday Magazine.

“Dunkin And The Donut King”

Also, “From Sweet Success To Bitter Tears”, January 9, 2005, Los Angeles Times.

“From Sweet Success To Bitter Tears”

The music played during the intro and conclusion is “Why”,  by McNorman.

“Why” by McNorman

 

 

 

 

Ian Fleming, Creator of James Bond (Volume 2, Episode 6)

Most of the information for this podcast came from “Ian Fleming,”
by Andrew Lycett:

Ian Fleming

 

Also, “Goldeneye: Where Bond Was born: Ian Fleming’s Jamaica,” by Matthew Parker.

Goldeneye: Where Bond Was Born: Ian Fleming’s Jamaica

 

The opening jazz used in both episodes is:

Acid Jazz   by Kevin McCleod

The reggae used at the end of episode one is:

Recruitment Reggae by The J. Arthur Keenes Band

 

 

 

Georg Elser’s Bomb Plot To Kill Hitler (Volume 2, Number 4)

The information for this podcast came primarily from two books:

Bombing Hitler, by Helmut Haasis

Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Führer

The Lone Assassin, by Helmut Ortner

Lone Assassin: The Epic True Story of the Man Who Almost Killed Hitler

Georg Elser was interrogated many times by the Nazi government.  These interrogations were preserved which is why much of what he did is public knowledge and discussed in these books in detail.

 

Michelangelo, (Volume 2, Number 3) Bibliographical Information

The information for the Michelangelo podcast came primarily from two books:  “Michelangelo”, by Howard Hibbard

Michelangelo 2ND EDITION

and “Michelangelo, The Artist, The Man and His Times”, by William Wallace

Michelangelo: The Artist, the Man and his Times

 

 

Harriet Tubman, Bibliographical Information

The information for this podcast came from primarily two books:

Bound For the Promised Land, by Kate Clifford Larson

Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman: Portrait of an American Hero

and Harriet Tubman, The Road to Freedom by Catherine Clinton

Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom

 

Francis Scott Key, Book and Music Information

There were three books used in constructing this podcast:

Through the Perilous Fight, by Steve VogelThrough the Perilous Fight: Six Weeks That Saved the Nation by Vogel, Steve (2013) Hardcover

The Star Spangled Banner, The Making of An American Icon, by Lonn Taylor The Star-Spangled Banner: The Making of an American Icon

The Dawn’s Early Light, by Walter Lord The Dawn’s Early Light

The version of the Star Spangled Banner was recorded by The US Army Band.  It is in the Public Domain:

The Star Spangled Banner

The other musical selections came from the Audioblocks royalty free music website and in order are: “Modern Elegance”, “Rich Man Going Crazy”, “Logro”, “Birth of a New Morning”, “All Across America.”