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Disc Note:Jpm List:JPH Lr Marr
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Men testing the recording equipment.
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Disc Note:Jpm List:JPH Lr Marr Handbook of American Indian Languages; Boas, Franz; BAE Bulletin 40, Part 1, 1911; Part 2, 1922
SEE COO 0002-0005 COO CT1, 21 MINS:COO CT2, 21 MINS, 7.50IPS
Even if you’ve never heard his name, you’ve probably heard his sound. J Dilla was a prolific hip-hop artist who collaborated with many hip-hop greats – from Questlove to Erykah Badu to Eminem. In this episode, we’re telling the story of J Dilla’s life and legacy through those that knew him best – his mother (aka Ma Dukes), James Poyser, and Frank Nitt – and some surprising objects on display at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Disc Note:Jpm List:JPH Lr 09 Jan 1941
Helen C. Rountree Lecture to Anthropological Society of Washington, October 18-19, 1988 [sound recording]
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SEE CHU CT9 CHU CT7, 21 MINS:CHU CT8, 21 MINS:CHU CT9, 3 MINS, 7.50 IPS, NARS CHU CT9, 3 MINS, 7.50IPS, NARS
AirSpace hosts give their take on First Man, the new biopic about the original Moon-walker Neil Armstrong. Starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy and directed by Damien Chazelle, First Man recounts Armstrong’s life during the eight-year period before the Moon landing in 1969. In this episode, Emily, Matt, and Nick share what the movie got right and provide a little more background on some of the historical players, other NASA missions, and cultural context that don’t get a full treatment. If you’ve seen the film, consider this a supplement that makes it even better. And if you haven’t, we’ll give you enough of the highlights to be dinner-party literate. But beware, spoilers!
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Disc Note:JPH Ls 27 May 1937:Ac List
SEE CAH 0014, 0016, 0017 CAH CT9, 31 MINS, 7.50IPS, NARS
Instrumental music and voice. Title transcribed from box.
Sidedoor hits the road, sneaking behind the scenes for the ultimate Smithsonian field trip we never took as kids. Lizzie and producer Justin O'Neill journey by bike, train, and even horse (okay, plastic horse) in a romp from museum to museum, encountering a hungry predator, a group of Broadway monsters, the last work of an iconic painter, and lots more. Join us!
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