The Urban Myth is the subject of this week's show.
Why do we tell eachother such stories? They're always so extreme and fantastic that, really, the rational mind knows they can't be true. But not only do we tell them anyway; we, in fact listen to them as well. Maybe these fantastic set of circumstances just might be real afterall!
The Urban myth has alot in common with traditional myths and folklore, in the way they satisfy a need for storytelling. It may be that the Urban Myth expresses a feeling that we live in a world that might actually be in total chaos.
Be well! Do good! Enjoy the show.
Some of the music you'll hear on this weeks show include The Last Dance: "Do You Believe in Angles;" Wendy Rule: "Psyche's Sisters"; Audra: "What Your Eyes Had Seen"; St Vincent: "Severed Crossed Fingers"; Scott Helland: "Smoke Signals" and more.
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