Name that tune? Background intro music for This American Life, the episode "Our Friend David." Slow acoustic guitar chords are the only key feature I can identify. [more inside]
Help my identify a band I heard earlier this year! Two Scottish girls that sound like two PJ Harveys... [more inside]
I want to download the audio from streams of concerts hosted on NPR's website - these are audio broadcasts that one can stream in their NPR Media Player (I'd like to be able to listen to these while not connected to the internet). Is there an easy way to do this? I've got Windows 7 on a laptop and XP on another. Thanks for any help. [more inside]
What was that song on NPR (specifically WNYC) this morning? [more inside]
Please help me remember the name of this french singer I heard about on NPR in the past month. [more inside]
What's the name of this new rock/pop album, I recently heard about (on NPR?) that used autotune creatively? [more inside]
Just curious-filter: Who chooses music for talk radio, and how do they do it? [more inside]
What music was used in the intro on today's episode of NPR's On Point? [more inside]
Help me figure out the name/artist of the 8-bit techno snippet played on All Things Considered today. [more inside]
Help me figure out the name of a song I just heard on NPR... [more inside]
Can you identify this song used in This American Life? Starts at 19:18 and continues for the entire segment. [more inside]
This American Life has at least a dozen instrumentals that they use over and over as background music. The Happy Flute Song, the Things Are Kind of Tense Song, and so on. I've really grown to like many of them, but I cannot identify any of them. Can TAL fans identify any of the standard music beds?
I'm searching for a radio program that aired on NPR about nine months ago. Clues are inside. [more inside]
RadioFilter: A friend told me she heard a segment on country music's popularity in Ethiopia on WNYC (820 AM, public radio in New York) this morning. Despite searching the websites of every show they aired, I cannot find audio or any mention of the segment. Did anyone else catch this, and if so, can you help me find it?
I would like help with the identify of a song I heard on NPR a few years ago. It was something of a "metasong" with lyrics stating the part of the song currently being sung. Such as "this is the bridge" and "Here comes the chorus". I would like to hear this song again.
Who was the artist covering Ain't Misbehavin' on NPR today? Heard around 4 pm eastern on WAMU. Female. Mena something?