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Music: it's good. On each episode of Strong Songs, host Kirk Hamilton takes listeners inside a piece of music, breaking it down and figuring out what makes it work.

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Music: it's good. On each episode of Strong Songs, host Kirk Hamilton takes listeners inside a piece of music, breaking it down and figuring out what makes it work.

    "No One Knows" by Queens of the Stone Age

    "No One Knows" by Queens of the Stone Age

    It's time for a journey of the mind, as Kirk picks apart one of the best hard rock tunes of the early 2000s.
    Queens of the Stone Age's "Songs for the Deaf" includes enough bangers that it was tough to pick a single song to focus on, but in the end, "No One Knows" won the day with its combination of grit, groove, and focus. On this episode, Kirk dives deep into the tune's tightly wound, surprisingly swinging arrangement, with special focus on Dave Grohl's meticulous drumming.
    Artist: Queens of the Stone Age
    Album: Songs for the Deaf (2002)
    Written by: Josh Homme and Mark Lanegan
    Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | Spotify
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    ALSO FEATURED:
    "“Prelude from Final Fantasy VII” by Nobuo Uematsu, 1997 “My Sharona” by The Knack from Get The Knack, 1969 “Big Dipper” by Thad Jones performed by the Thad Jones & Mel Lewis Orchestra on Central Park North, 1959 OUTRO SOLOIST: Dan Nervo

    This episode's outro soloist is the fantastic Dan Nervo. Dan plays guitar in the San Francisco Bay Area in bands like Neon Velvet, and also teaches private guitar lessons. Hit him up if you want to get good at guitar: https://www.facebook.com/DanNervoGuitarLessons/
    TRIPLE CLICK
    On last week's episode of Kirk's video game podcast Triple Click, he did a Strong Songs-style breakdown of some of the music from the classic JRPG Final Fantasy VII. Triple Click is on all major podcast services, and you can find that episode here: https://maximumfun.org/episodes/triple-click/the-music-of-final-fantasy-vii/
    KEEP IT SOCIAL
    You can follow Strong Songs on Twitter @StrongSongs: http://twitter.com/strongsongs
    And you can find Kirk on Twitter @Kirkhamilton and on Instagram at @Kirk_Hamilton: https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/
    NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST
    Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://tinyletter.com/KirkHamilton
    STRONG PLAYLISTS
    Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify, Apple Music, and thanks to listener L.B., it's now on Google Play.
    SUPPORT STRONG SONGS ON PATREON!
    Thank you to all of Strong Songs's Patreon backers - you are amazing. Seriously. For more information on how to help make Strong Songs possible, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongs
    JULY 2020 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONS
    AccessViolation
    Aidan Coughlan
    Andre Bremer
    Anne Britt
    Bill Rosinger
    CALEB ROTACH
    Chad Barnard
    Christer Lindqvist
    Craig J Covell
    Dan Apczynski
    Dave Florey
    David Zahm
    Doug Paton
    Erin
    Glenn
    Guinevere Boostrom
    Jeanneret Manning Family Four
    Jill Smith-Moore
    Kyle Starr
    Mark Schechter
    Matt Butler
    Merlin Mann
    Mickey Clark
    Narelle Horn
    Nathaniel Bauernfeind
    R Watson
    Rachel Rakov
    Robert Paul
    Ryan Torvik
    Viki Dun
    JULY 2020 HALF-NOTE PATRONS
    AJ Schuster
    Adam Conway
    Albukitty
    Alexander Geddes
    Alexander Polson
    Amanda Furlotti
    Andrew Baker
    Andrew Lee
    Aparajit Raghavan
    Arjun Sharma
    Benedict Pennington
    Bill Fuller
    Bill Thornton
    Brendon Oliver-Ewen
    Brett Douville
    Brian Amoebas
    Briony Leo
    Brooke Wilford
    Caro Field
    Chas Lednicky
    Chris Brown
    Clare HOLBERTON
    Cyrus N. White
    Darryl Stewart
    Dave King
    David Stroud
    David Zucker
    Dhu Wik
    Diane Turner
    Duncan
    Earl Lozada
    Eero Wahlstedt
    Elliot Jay O'Neill
    Emily Williams
    Eric Helm
    Forrest Chang
    Gavin Doig
    Geoff Golden
    Georgia Livesay
    Gerry Nelson
    Jack Sjogren
    Jake Tinsley
    James Johnson
    Jarrod Schindler
    Jeffrey Olson
    Jenifer Carr
    Jennifer Bush
    Jeremy Dawson
    Joe C
    John and Sharon Stenglein
    Jon O’Keefe
    Jonathan Daniels
    Juan Carlos Montemayor Elosua
    Judith Stansfield
    Judy Chapple
    Jules Bailey
    Justin Liew
    Justin McElroy
    Kate Albury
    Kendra Reid
    Kevin Morrell
    Kevin Pennyfeather
    Latifah Makuyi
    Leigh Sales
    MH
    Malory
    Mark Haberlen
    Mark Perry
    Mark Steen

    • 55 min.
    "4'33" by John Cage (Twenty Thousand Hertz)

    "4'33" by John Cage (Twenty Thousand Hertz)

    It seemed pretty unlikely that Strong Songs would ever cover John Cage's infamous "silent" composition "4'33", so we figured, on this off-week, it'd be fun to run an episode of the fabulous podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz on the subject instead.
    (Also, Kirk and 20KHz host Dallas Taylor like one another's shows and decided to do a little cross promotion.)
    This episode originally ran on January 22, 2020, and the full show notes and credits are below. You can find out more about Twenty Thousand Hertz at the show's website, https://www.20k.org.
    This is a really cool podcast episode. Hope you dig it!
    ORIGINAL 20KHz SHOW NOTES (Aired 01/22/2020)
    This episode was written and produced by Martin Zaltz Austwick.

    John Cage was a respected composer when, in 1952, he created his “silent piece”, 4’33’’ - a piece that would have the music world scratching their heads. This episode asks whether 4’33’’ is really “silent”, and we explore the history of a piece musicians still talk about today - and speak to the man who campaigned to get it to the top the British charts in 2010. Featuring composers Kyle Gann and Nahre Sol, and artist Dave Hilliard.

    MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

    Plastic Furniture by Audioblocks
    Sleepwalker by Hey Lunar
    Minor Stretch by Sound of Picture
    Footnote by Martin Zaltz Austwick
    A Bad Crossword (Instrumental) by Martin Zaltz Austwick
    Snowmelt by Martin Zaltz Austwick
    Slow Minnesota by Martin Zaltz Austwick
    Am Trans by Martin Zaltz Austwick
    Got Spark by Martin Zaltz Austwick

    Twenty Thousand Hertz is produced out of the studios of Defacto Sound, and hosted by Dallas Taylor.

    Follow the show on Twitter & Facebook.

    Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate.

    Check out Kyle Gann’s No Such Thing as Silence: John Cage's 4'33" wherever you get your books.

    See Nahre’s work at nahresol.com.

    Find Dave Hilliard on Instragram at davehilliardart.

    Listen to more of Martin Zaltz Austwick’s music at palebirdmusic.com.

    • 31 min.
    "World 1-1" from Super Mario Bros.

    "World 1-1" from Super Mario Bros.

    Classic video game consoles like the Nintendo Entertainment System didn't just play games; they also played music. Their onboard synthesizers put strict limits on what kinds of music game composers could write, but from those limits came a cornucopia of musical themes that remain iconic even today.
    On this episode, Kirk peels back the layers of Koji Kondo's  "World 1-1" music from the first Super Mario Bros., revealing a perfectly polished musical gem.
    Level: World 1-1
    Game: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
    Written by: Koji Kondo
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    ALSO FEATURED:
    The Legend of Zelda theme and various other tracks from Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. 3, all by Koji Kondo "Nascence" from Journey by Austin Wintory feat. Tina Guo, 2012 "El Cayuco" by Tito Puente from Dance Mania, 1958 Audio from the Basileous Productions playthrough of World 1-1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-avspZlbOWU OUTRO SOLOIST: Steve Pardo
    This episode's outro soloist is the one and only Steve Pardo. Steve is a Nashville, TN based producer, composer, and saxophonist, and also does work in the world of video games, having spent several years at Harmonix, where he helped make music games like Rock Band and Dance Central. You can find out more at his website: https://www.stevepardo.com/
    TRIPLE CLICK
    If you want to listen to Kirk talk about video games every week, check out his new video game podcast Triple Click, which he co-hosts with Polygon's Maddy Myers and Bloomberg News's Jason Schreier. It's on all major podcast services, and also at http://tripleclickpodcast.com.
    KEEP IT SOCIAL
    You can follow Strong Songs on Twitter @StrongSongs: http://twitter.com/strongsongs
    And you can find Kirk on Twitter @Kirkhamilton and on Instagram at @kirk_Hamilton: https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/
    NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST
    Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://tinyletter.com/KirkHamilton
    STRONG PLAYLISTS
    Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify, Apple Music, and thanks to listener L.B., it's now on Google Play.
    SUPPORT STRONG SONGS ON PATREON!
    Thank you to all of Strong Songs's Patreon backers - you all make all this possible. For more information on how to support the show, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongs
    JULY 2020 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONS
    AccessViolation
    Aidan Coughlan
    Andre Bremer
    Anne Britt
    Bill Rosinger
    CALEB ROTACH
    Chad Barnard
    Christer Lindqvist
    Craig J Covell
    Dan Apczynski
    Dave Florey
    David Zahm
    Doug Paton
    Erin
    Glenn
    Guinevere Boostrom
    Jeanneret Manning Family Four
    Jill Smith-Moore
    Kyle Starr
    Mark Schechter
    Matt Butler
    Merlin Mann
    Mickey Clark
    Narelle Horn
    Nathaniel Bauernfeind
    R Watson
    Rachel Rakov
    Robert Paul
    Ryan Torvik
    Viki Dun
    JULY 2020 HALF-NOTE PATRONS
    AJ Schuster
    Adam Conway
    Albukitty
    Alexander Geddes
    Alexander Polson
    Amanda Furlotti
    Andrew Baker
    Andrew Lee
    Aparajit Raghavan
    Arjun Sharma
    Benedict Pennington
    Bill Fuller
    Bill Thornton
    Brendon Oliver-Ewen
    Brett Douville
    Brian Amoebas
    Briony Leo
    Brooke Wilford
    Caro Field
    Chas Lednicky
    Chris Brown
    Clare HOLBERTON
    Cyrus N. White
    Darryl Stewart
    Dave King
    David Stroud
    David Zucker
    Dhu Wik
    Diane Turner
    Duncan
    Earl Lozada
    Eero Wahlstedt
    Elliot Jay O'Neill
    Emily Williams
    Eric Helm
    Forrest Chang
    Gavin Doig
    Geoff Golden
    Georgia Livesay
    Gerry Nelson
    Jack Sjogren
    Jake Tinsley
    James Johnson
    Jarrod Schindler
    Jeffrey Olson
    Jenifer Carr
    Jennifer Bush
    Jeremy Dawson
    Joe C
    John and Sharon Stenglein
    Jon O’Keefe
    Jonathan Daniels
    Juan Carlos Montemayor Elosua
    Judith Stansfield
    Judy Chapple
    Jules Bailey
    Justin Liew
    Justin McElroy
    Kate Albury
    Kendra Reid
    Kevin Morrell
    Kevin Pennyfeather
    Latifah Makuyi
    Leigh Sales
    MH
    Malory
    Ma

    • 59 min.
    "Satisfied" from Hamilton (Updated!)

    "Satisfied" from Hamilton (Updated!)

    A toast to the groom! To the bride! To knowing you'll always regret the sacrifice you made for your sister!
    In this updated 2019 episode, Kirk takes a dive into Lin-Manuel Miranda's epic Broadway musical Hamilton, focusing on Renée Elise Goldsberry's first act showstopper, "Satisfied."
    Regret tinges an otherwise joyous day as Angelica Schuyler remembers the night she met Alexander Hamilton, fell in love with him, and quickly realized they could never be together. It's a heady mix of complex rhyme schemes, powerhouse vocals, and musical character motifs so densely interwoven that it's hard to keep track of them all.
    (Note: This is an updated version of an episode that originally ran on May 1, 2019. It includes a new intro and outro, a couple of small editing tweaks, the show's current theme music, a new aside about Angelica's introduction to Alexander, and some added mentions of Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton's fabulous musical director.)
    Artist: Renée Elise Goldsberry, Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Album: Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording), 2015
    Composed by: Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | Spotify
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    ALSO FEATURED:
    Tracks from The Hamilton Instrumentals, 2017
    Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | Spotify
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    OUTRO SOLOIST: Rob Reich

    This episode's outro soloist is the wonderful bay area pianist/accordionist Rob Reich. He's got a bunch of albums you can check out and contributes to an array of interesting projects and experiments. Find more at his website, http://www.robreich.com/.
    'GRAM BY 'GRAM

    If you're interested in occasional music and Portland-related photos and videos, as well as teases for upcoming Strong Songs episodes, follow Kirk on Instagram @kirk_hamilton. https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/
    NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST
    Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://tinyletter.com/KirkHamilton
    STRONG PLAYLISTS
    Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify, Apple Music, and thanks to listener L.B., it's now on Google Play.
    SUPPORT STRONG SONGS ON PATREON!
    Thank you to all of Strong Songs's Patreon patrons! You all make this show happen. For more information on how to become a patron, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongs
    STRONG SONGS JUNE 2020 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONS
    AccessViolation
    Aidan Coughlan
    Andre Bremer
    Anne Britt
    Bill Rosinger
    CALEB ROTACH
    Chad Barnard
    Christer Lindqvist
    Craig J Covell
    Dan Apczynski
    Dave Florey
    David Zahm
    Doug Paton
    Erin
    Glenn
    Jeanneret Manning Family Four
    Kyle Starr
    Mark Schechter
    Matt Butler
    Merlin Mann
    Mickey Clark
    Narelle Horn
    Nathaniel Bauernfeind
    R Watson
    Robert Paul
    Ryan Torvik
    Simon Cramp
    Viki Dun
    STRONG SONGS JUNE 2020 HALF-NOTE PATRONS
    Adam Conway
    AJ Schuster
    Albukitty
    Alexander Geddes
    Alexander Polson
    Amanda Furlotti
    Andrew Baker
    Andrew Lee
    Arjun Sharma
    Bill Fuller
    Bill Thornton
    brant brantphillip
    Brendon Oliver-Ewen
    Brett Douville
    Brian Amoebas
    Briony Leo
    Brooke Wilford
    Caro Field
    Chas Lednicky
    Chris Brown
    Clare HOLBERTON
    Cyrus N. White
    Darryl Stewart
    Dave King
    David Stroud
    David Zucker
    Dhu Wik
    Diane Turner
    Duncan
    Earl Lozada
    Eero Wahlstedt
    Elliot Jay O'Neill
    Emily Williams
    Forrest Chang
    Gavin Doig
    Geoff Golden
    Georgia Livesay
    Gerry Nelson
    Jaehoon Jeong
    Jake Tinsley
    James Johnson
    Jarrod Schindler
    Jeffrey Olson
    Jenifer Carr
    Jennifer Bush
    Jeremy Dawson
    Joe C
    John and Sharon Stenglein
    Jon O’Keefe
    Jonathan Daniels
    Juan Carlos Montemayor Elosua
    Judith Stansfield
    Judy Chapple
    Jules Bailey
    Justin Liew
    Justin McElroy
    Kate Albury
    Kendra Reid
    Kevin Morrell
    Kevin Pennyfeather
    Latifah Makuyi
    Leigh Sales
    Malory
    Mark Haberlen
    Mark Perry
    Mark Steen
    Markus Koester
    Matt Be

    • 49 min.
    "Kiss" by Prince

    "Kiss" by Prince

    You don't have to be beautiful, rich, OR cool to appreciate Prince - you just need a little extra time, a pair of ears, and a pulse.
    It's finally time to talk about the Purple One on Strong Songs, specifically his 1986 chart-topper "Kiss." How did a song that was originally written for a standard band become so stripped-down and distinct? Why do those vocal and guitar parts work so well? And who was responsible for some of the sounds and styles Prince was channeling when he recorded it?
    All that and more, on this episode.
    Artist: Prince
    Album: Parade (1986)
    Written by: Prince
    Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | Spotify
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    ALSO FEATURED:
    "Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag" by James Brown, 1965 "I Got the Feelin'" by James Brown, 1968 "Say Man" by Bo Diddley, 1959 "Manic Monday" by Prince (!) performed by The Bangles on Different Light, 1986 “Addicted to Love” by Robert Palmer from Riptide, 1985 “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco from Falco 3, 1985 “West End Girls” by the Pet Shop Boys from Please, 1984 “Johnny B. Goode” by Chuck Berry, 1958 “St. Louis Blues” by W.C. Handy performed by Bessie Smith, 1929 “Make Me Feel” by Janelle Monae from Dirty Computer, 2018 A 2013 Sound on Sound interview with "Kiss" producer David Z: https://www.soundonsound.com/people/prince-kiss Update 6/24: A couple listeners pointed out that Prince actually *wrote* The Bangles' "Manic Monday," which is too fun of a fun-fact not to mention on the episode.
    OUTRO SOLOIST: Sam Howard

    This episode's outro soloist is bassist Sam Howard. Sam lives in Nashville, TN, where he performs and tours with all kinds of artists. Sam played all the way through the Strong Songs outro, so keep an ear out for his playing mixed under the horns on the way out. You can find out what Sam's up to at his website, https://samhowardmusic.com.
    TRY YOUR OWN OUTRO SOLO

    You can download a solo-free version of the Strong Songs outro music to play around with, if you'd like. It's on Kirk's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/kirkhamilton/strong-songs-outro-music-no-solo
    There's also a chart, here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nklRY_xAGon5ljriyxu45lKQ762W6Yv3/view?usp=sharing
    STRONG TWEETS
    You can now follow Strong Songs on Twitter at @StrongSongs. So, do that! http://twitter.com/strongsongs
    NOW ON SPOTIFY
    Strong Songs is now on Spotify! You can find the show here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5umVTiMQIg2bDpTZaHZqbI?si=mNYpIYq2TqaXSSeUv_JRdQ
    'GRAM BY 'GRAM

    If you're interested in occasional music and Portland-related photos and videos, as well as teases for upcoming Strong Songs episodes, follow Kirk on Instagram @kirk_hamilton. https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/
    NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST
    Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://tinyletter.com/KirkHamilton
    STRONG PLAYLISTS
    Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on Spotify, Apple Music, and thanks to listener L.B., it's now on Google Play.
    SUPPORT STRONG SONGS ON PATREON!
    Thank you to all of Strong Songs's Patreon patrons! You all make this show happen. For more information on how to become a patron, go here: https://Patreon.com/StrongSongs
    STRONG SONGS JUNE 2020 WHOLE-NOTE PATRONS
    AccessViolation
    Aidan Coughlan
    Andre Bremer
    Anne Britt
    Bill Rosinger
    CALEB ROTACH
    Chad Barnard
    Christer Lindqvist
    Craig J Covell
    Dan Apczynski
    Dave Florey
    David Zahm
    Doug Paton
    Erin
    Glenn
    Jeanneret Manning Family Four
    Kyle Starr
    Mark Schechter
    Matt Butler
    Merlin Mann
    Mickey Clark
    Narelle Horn
    Nathaniel Bauernfeind
    R Watson
    Robert Paul
    Ryan Torvik
    Simon Cramp
    Viki Dun
    STRONG SONGS JUNE 2020 HALF-NOTE PATRONS
    Adam Conway
    AJ Schuster
    Albukitty
    Alexander Geddes
    Alexander Polson
    Amanda Furlotti

    • 56 min.
    Q&A: Tricky Counting, Straight Saxes and Transposing Horns

    Q&A: Tricky Counting, Straight Saxes and Transposing Horns

    On this Strong Songs mailbag episode, Kirk answers your most pressing questions on subjects ranging from horn transposition, to why audiences have a hard time clapping on 2 and 4, to what the heck that sound is on the bridge to "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic."
    DISCUSSED ON THIS EPISODE:
    “Thunderstruck” by AC/DC from The Razors Edge, 1990 “Roll” by Fatai from Undone - EP, 2015 “Take My Breath Away” by Berlin from Count Three & Pray, 1986 “We Will Rock You” by Queen from News Of The World, 1977 ‘Every Time We Say Goodbye” by Cole Porter, sung by Ella Fitzgerald “Horsepower” by Justice from Audio, Video, Disco, 2011 “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen as sung by Rufus Wainwright “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” by Sting and the Police from Ghost in the Machine, 1981 “You Don’t Know What Love Is” as played by Sonny Rollins from Saxophone Colossus, 1956 “Desafinado” by Antonio Carlos Jobim feat. Stan Getz from Getz/Gilberto, 1964 “Home Fries” by Joshua Redman from Freedom in the Groove, 1996 “Children Go” by Chris Potter from Traveling Mercies, 2002 “3-in-1 Without The Oil” by Rahsaan Roland Kirk from Domino, 1962 “Singin’ the Blues” by the Original Dixie Jazz Band, feat. Frankie Trumbauer on C Melody Sax, 1920 “Lingus” by Snarky Puppy feat. Cory Henry from We Like It Here, 2014 “Warriors” by Aaliyah Rose from She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, 2019 “What Have We Done” by Shook Twins from Some Good Lives, 2019 BLACK LIVES MATTER
    As Kirk mentioned on the show, below are some things to read and watch to learn more about America's shameful history of systemic racism. Just three things, actually:
    The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander, which should be required reading in all U.S. high schools - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Jim_Crow An excellent new NPR video explaining the history of the New York Cabaret Card, which was used by the NYPD to discriminate against black jazz musicians: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUFWf-63kNk&feature=emb_logo Wesley Morris's 2019 Times essay about white appropriation of black American music: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/magazine/music-black-culture-appropriation.html There's a huge number of additional articles, books, and videos a person could check out to better educate themselves about this often overwhelming subject. But if you listen to this show and are looking for somewhere to start, start with those three.
    OUTRO SOLOIST: You?
    A bunch of listeners have requested a solo-free version of the Strong Songs outro music to play around with. So, now there is one!
    You can find it on Kirk's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/kirkhamilton/strong-songs-outro-music-no-solo
    STRONG TWEETS
    You can now follow Strong Songs on Twitter at @StrongSongs. So, do that! http://twitter.com/strongsongs
    NOW ON SPOTIFY
    Strong Songs is now on Spotify! You can find the show here: https://open.spotify.com/show/5umVTiMQIg2bDpTZaHZqbI?si=mNYpIYq2TqaXSSeUv_JRdQ
    'GRAM BY 'GRAM

    If you're interested in occasional music and Portland-related photos and videos, as well as teases for upcoming Strong Songs episodes, follow Kirk on Instagram @kirk_hamilton. https://www.instagram.com/kirk_hamilton/
    NEWSLETTER/MAILING LIST
    Sign up for Kirk's mailing list to start getting monthly-ish newsletters with music recommendations, links, news, and extra thoughts on new Strong Songs episodes: https://tinyletter.com/KirkHamilton
    STRONG PLAYLISTS
    Kirk has condensed his Strong Songs picks into a single new list, which you can find on both Spotify and Apple Music.
    You can also find a recent playlist Kirk specifically designed for listening while staying home and not spreading viruses on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play (thanks Thomas for making that last one)
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