This week we'll look at episodic or semantic memory. Where we store past events and learned meanings long-term. Memories of place,time and sounds. Memories we can't actually have had but still resonate are considered genetic semantic memory possibly harboured in our DNA. Think about that the next time you find yourself doing something you have no experience with. Remembering with us on this episode of Idyllic Music are Marushka, Scenery, Brujo's Bowl, Antonia Vai, Rob Viktum and Kaminanda. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Los Angeles with the soulful sounds of Marushka and '(Who Dat) Staring Back at Me'
Look for more at http://marushka.net Up next is the Pheonix-based Scenery from 'Humdrum' release and 'My Grimey Dreams'
Find more at http://scenerymusic.com Brujo's Bowl s the alias of Saxon Higgs. A young talented musician and producer from mid Wales. From Dub Warriors Vol. 1 this is 'Seeking That Place'
Check out http://brujosbowl.bandcamp.com for more. Swedish bohemian soul diva Antonia Vai looks back at the lean years from her 'Lovers and Prophets' CD here are 'Confessions Of Berlin'
That was '4/17/1975' by Rob Viktum from Finding Time. Visit http://tenmillionsounds.bandcamp.com for more and http://antoniavai.com
That was Kaminanda - 'Yessence' from Gateways Of Consciousness Check out http://kaminanda.bandcamp.com/track/yessence
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