What's the name of the music used in This American Life episode 379?
January 11, 2015 6:38 AM   Subscribe

In the 379th episode of popular podcast, This American Life, titled "Return To The Scene Of The Crime", the prologue is dubbed with a jazzy instrumental that I've been unable to identify. Please take a look at the included track if you think you might be able to identify it.

In the credits of that episode, a list of artists' names whose music has been used in the episode is mentioned but I haven't been able to find the specific track using those names to search online. On the show's website, the FAQ says that they basically receive too many questions about music used in the show to answer them and instead lists a bunch of commonly used music that doesn't match what I'm looking for either.

Here's an excerpt from the prologue where the music is playing along with the music credits read out loud: https://soundcloud.com/magnusoxlund/379-music-credits

The credits, as I hear them, are:
(The band) Chin Chin, Juan PatiƱo, Cliff Goldmacher, Kevin Hays, Derren/Deryn Lane, K/Kay/Kate Crews/Cruise/Cruz, and Fun Factor.

A rushed transcript of the credits from the official website reads the following:
"Music for our live show provided by the band Chin Chin, [? Von ?] [? Pitino, ?] Cliff Goldmacher, Kevin Hayes, Darren Wayne, K-Crews, and Fun Factor"

I've run Google searches of all the names with "music", "Boston", "TAL", etc. appended. The last three names on the list didn't return any meaningful results in Google, which I find a little odd.

Any help will be appreciated. Thank you.
posted by Megnusin to Media & Arts (1 answer total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Best answer: "K.B." by the Darin Layne Trio. (Found this with the app Shazam - it's a good tool for identifying these kinds of things.)

Spotify link: http://open.spotify.com/track/7pd98l2xhnNWshkVyi16gG
posted by UncleBoomee at 6:54 AM on January 11, 2015 [1 favorite]

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