Talk Psych to Me

Music Psychology: Bacon vs Lithgow

September 06, 2020 Scarlet Moon Things Co. Season 1 Episode 31
Talk Psych to Me
Music Psychology: Bacon vs Lithgow
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Talk Psych to Me
Music Psychology: Bacon vs Lithgow
Sep 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 31
Scarlet Moon Things Co.

In this episode, we'll help you get the most out of music and answer tough questions like: Did we evolve to make music? Does music help or harm our performance? What causes chills (aka skin orgasms)? And - most importantly - whose character had it right in Footloose, Kevin Bacon or John Lithgow?

Music featured in this episode:

  • Workout Music Source: Cardio Instrumental Workout Mix
  • "Hard Bass Attack" Sonic Mine
  • "We Will Rock You" Queen
  • "Because We Can" Fatboy Slim 
  • "Not Ready to Die" Demon Hunter
  • "Morning Light" Sean Beeson
  • "Clair De Lune" Claude Debussy
  • "What a Wonderful World" Louis Armstrong
  • "Spring" Antonio Vivaldi
  • "Rain Chant" L.E.E. High School

Tell us about your music origin theories and fav chill-producing songs!
Instagram:
@talkpsychtomepodcast
Facebook: @talkpsych2me
Twitter: @talkpsych2me
Email: talkpsychpodcast@gmail.com

Produced by Scarlet Moon Things
Theme music by Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy, and Richard Kimmings

Show Notes

In this episode, we'll help you get the most out of music and answer tough questions like: Did we evolve to make music? Does music help or harm our performance? What causes chills (aka skin orgasms)? And - most importantly - whose character had it right in Footloose, Kevin Bacon or John Lithgow?

Music featured in this episode:

  • Workout Music Source: Cardio Instrumental Workout Mix
  • "Hard Bass Attack" Sonic Mine
  • "We Will Rock You" Queen
  • "Because We Can" Fatboy Slim 
  • "Not Ready to Die" Demon Hunter
  • "Morning Light" Sean Beeson
  • "Clair De Lune" Claude Debussy
  • "What a Wonderful World" Louis Armstrong
  • "Spring" Antonio Vivaldi
  • "Rain Chant" L.E.E. High School

Tell us about your music origin theories and fav chill-producing songs!
Instagram:
@talkpsychtomepodcast
Facebook: @talkpsych2me
Twitter: @talkpsych2me
Email: talkpsychpodcast@gmail.com

Produced by Scarlet Moon Things
Theme music by Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy, and Richard Kimmings