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Never Mind Who Listens

Dean Quick

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A podcast grounded in music discussion, philosophy, and psychology.

Latest Episodes

Juxtaposition

Thoughts on the value in seeing beyond the simple (or complex) difference between two points of focus.

18 MINFEB 19
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Juxtaposition

Anatomy of a Song - House Where Nobody Lives

Here's my experience first "hearing" this song, as well as a short breakdown of it.

17 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Anatomy of a Song - House Where Nobody Lives

Performance - If by Rudyard Kipling

A return to what this podcast was originally intended to be...a space for creating and sharing and never minding who is listening. A reading of "If" by Rudyard Kipling with supporting music as composed and read by Dean.

14 MIN2019 JUL 25
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Performance - If by Rudyard Kipling

Anatomy of a Song - Creep

In this first installment of the “Anatomy of a Song” series here on Never Mind Who Listens, Dean explores the ins and outs of “Creep” by Radiohead. http://patreon.com/nmwl

30 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Anatomy of a Song - Creep

Connections

A contemplation on the connection humans have with music across time...and the potential need to re-evaluate the current connection with music.

21 MIN2019 MAY 1
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Connections

In Conversation: Music Therapists

Dean spends time with friends and colleagues at the Southeastern Region American Music Therapy Association conference discussing perspectives and personal practices to further connect with music. Special thanks to Maria Nichta, Hannah Coleman, Danae Merrick, Kaitlin Wightman-Ausman, Rosemary Takacs, Madison Jenkins, and Alison Hughey for the great conversations and for allowing me to share your stories on this platform.

32 MIN2019 APR 8
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In Conversation: Music Therapists

On Explicit Content

Though the title of this episode might suggest such, this episode actually contains no explicit content. It does however contain thoughts on explicit content as an outlet for adolescence and perspectives on the nature of explicit content. From the Parents Music Resource Center to Phil Donahue, Dean explores the possible benefits of explicit content.

26 MIN2019 MAR 20
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On Explicit Content

Relationship in Music

This is the first episode of Never Mind Who Listens hosted by music therapist, Dean Quick. It is a brief introduction as to why this podcast is happening and a short exploration of the theme "Relationship in Music".

10 MIN2019 MAR 10
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Relationship in Music
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Latest Episodes

Juxtaposition

Thoughts on the value in seeing beyond the simple (or complex) difference between two points of focus.

18 MINFEB 19
Comments
Juxtaposition

Anatomy of a Song - House Where Nobody Lives

Here's my experience first "hearing" this song, as well as a short breakdown of it.

17 MIN2019 SEP 10
Comments
Anatomy of a Song - House Where Nobody Lives

Performance - If by Rudyard Kipling

A return to what this podcast was originally intended to be...a space for creating and sharing and never minding who is listening. A reading of "If" by Rudyard Kipling with supporting music as composed and read by Dean.

14 MIN2019 JUL 25
Comments
Performance - If by Rudyard Kipling

Anatomy of a Song - Creep

In this first installment of the “Anatomy of a Song” series here on Never Mind Who Listens, Dean explores the ins and outs of “Creep” by Radiohead. http://patreon.com/nmwl

30 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Anatomy of a Song - Creep

Connections

A contemplation on the connection humans have with music across time...and the potential need to re-evaluate the current connection with music.

21 MIN2019 MAY 1
Comments
Connections

In Conversation: Music Therapists

Dean spends time with friends and colleagues at the Southeastern Region American Music Therapy Association conference discussing perspectives and personal practices to further connect with music. Special thanks to Maria Nichta, Hannah Coleman, Danae Merrick, Kaitlin Wightman-Ausman, Rosemary Takacs, Madison Jenkins, and Alison Hughey for the great conversations and for allowing me to share your stories on this platform.

32 MIN2019 APR 8
Comments
In Conversation: Music Therapists

On Explicit Content

Though the title of this episode might suggest such, this episode actually contains no explicit content. It does however contain thoughts on explicit content as an outlet for adolescence and perspectives on the nature of explicit content. From the Parents Music Resource Center to Phil Donahue, Dean explores the possible benefits of explicit content.

26 MIN2019 MAR 20
Comments
On Explicit Content

Relationship in Music

This is the first episode of Never Mind Who Listens hosted by music therapist, Dean Quick. It is a brief introduction as to why this podcast is happening and a short exploration of the theme "Relationship in Music".

10 MIN2019 MAR 10
Comments
Relationship in Music
the END
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