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Lecture Series: Science Songs

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:01

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Rs_logo_small This is the fourth episode in the Lecture Series. They talk about different songs that hinted at different things in science. You go from Deep Purple to Tom Lehrer's The Elements. This is the finale to one of the most interesting mini-series we've ever had.

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Piece Description

This is the fourth episode in the Lecture Series. They talk about different songs that hinted at different things in science. You go from Deep Purple to Tom Lehrer's The Elements. This is the finale to one of the most interesting mini-series we've ever had.

Timing and Cues

Note: Features 1 minute music bed during both breaks.

Floating Break OQ: "Back in a minute - Rock School."

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Space Truckin' Deep Purple Machine Head. Warner Bros. 1972 04:34
The Sounds of Science Beastie Boys Paul's Boutique. Capitol Records 1989 03:11
Quark, Strangeness and Charm Hawkwind Quark, Strangeness and Charm. Sire 1977 03:06
Science Paul Weller Heavy Soul. Indie Nation 1997 03:06
Science System of a Down Toxicity. American 2001 02:43
There Ain't Half Been Some Clever Bastards Ian Dury There Ain't Half Been Some Clever Bastards. Stiff 1978 02:44
The Elements Tom Lehrer The Elements. 1959 01:21
Chemical Calisthenics Blackalicious Blazing Arrow. Geffen Records 2002 03:21
Plasma Trey Anastasio Plasma. Elektra 2002 04:20