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IN THIS FILE: Brian Eno; Roxy Music; Robert Fripp; Frippertronics/Revox; Portsmouth Sinfonia; ambient (electronic) music; Sergei Prokofiev/"Peter and the Wolf"; David Bowie/The Berlin Trliogy: "Low, "Heroes", "Lodger"; Talking Heads/"More Songs About Buildings and Food", "Fear of Music", "Remain in Light"; Herbert Vesely/*Egon Schiele: Exzess und Bestrafung* (*Egon Schiele: Enfer et Passion*, *Egon Schiele: Excess and Punishment*); Daniel Lanois; U2; Jason Ankeny (music critic); Paul Simon; Laurie Anderson; speaking a new creative language; Peter Schmidt; Oblique Strategies; Coldplay; Jools Holland/Squeeze
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Executive Producers: Mar Hobbs, Patsy Moore
Producer, Host: Patsy Moore

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released May 16, 2016
"The Simulation Hypothesis", by Revolution Void, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. (bit.ly/1jmalQx)

"I Don't See the Branches, I See the Leaves", by Chris Zabriskie, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. (bit.ly/1dicRGw)

Roxy Music. "Re-make, Re-model". By Bryan Ferry. Island/Polydor/Reprise (US)/Atco, 1972. audio recording.

Fripp and Eno. "Wind on Water". By Brian Eno. Island Records, 1975. audio recording.

Portsmouth Sinfonia. "William Tell Overture". By Gioachino Rossini. Columbia Records, 1974. audio recording.

David Bowie. "Heroes". By David Bowie and Brian Eno. RCA, 1977. audio recording.

Talking Heads. "Once in a Lifetime". By David Byrne, Brian Peter Feorge Eno, Christopher Frantz, Jerry Harrison, and Martina Wymouth. Sire, 1981. audio recording.

U2. "Mysterious Ways". By Adam Clayton, David Evans; Paul David Hewson, and Laurence Mullen. Island, 1991. audio recording.

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"The Creation Files" (aka: stuff behind the making of stuff) is a bi-weekly, inspirational podcast for creatives, airing new episodes on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Hosted by Patsy Moore—music composer, recording artist, filmmaker, poet, essayist, spiritual counselor, and speaker. Her book, Things I've Come to Realize in the Past Few Days (No. 1), was published in 2015. ... more

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