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The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents! Sean Storts on Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel Watchmen

From: Geoffrey Larson
Series: The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents!
Length: 05:00

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Img_0694_small The Bushwick Book Club is not your run of the mill book club.  Much like any, we act upon the urge to read and to have discussions about what we read.  But we found that this was not enough for us.  When we read books, we also want to write songs about them.  And when we write songs, we like to perform them for an audience.  This radio segment puts the audience in conversation with a musician about their song writing process for a given book.  It is an adventure into the world of a musician and their techniques for their craft.

 

Songwriter Sean Storts discusses writing songs inspired by  Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel Watchmen.  Written and performed for the monthly performance showcase The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents!

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Piece Description

The Bushwick Book Club is not your run of the mill book club.  Much like any, we act upon the urge to read and to have discussions about what we read.  But we found that this was not enough for us.  When we read books, we also want to write songs about them.  And when we write songs, we like to perform them for an audience.  This radio segment puts the audience in conversation with a musician about their song writing process for a given book.  It is an adventure into the world of a musician and their techniques for their craft.

 

Songwriter Sean Storts discusses writing songs inspired by  Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' graphic novel Watchmen.  Written and performed for the monthly performance showcase The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents!

Broadcast History

91.3/KBCS/One World Report/May 10th, 2012

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

The Bushwick Book Club is a group of musicians who write original music inspired by the books they read. This week on The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents!, Geoff Larson sits down with local musician Sean Storts to discuss Watchmen and his songwriting process.

OUTRO:

To Find out more about Sean Storts and The Bushwick Book Club Seattle please visit thebushwickbookclubseattle[dot]com.

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Chop Chop Chop Moe Provencher Blues Filter Through. N/A 2009 04:18
The Black Freighter Sean Storts N/A. The Bushwick Book Club Seattle 2012 02:56

Additional Credits

Engineered by Moe Provencher

Related Website

thebushwickbookclubseattle.com