Guy Rathbun

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Recent Pieces from Guy Rathbun

Caption: Reb Spike & his Pods of Pepper

Searching (58:59)
From: Guy Rathbun

A few musicians made the upper echelons of jazz in the 1920s. But, for every one at the top, there are hundreds of talented performers who only recorded a few sides. ...
Caption: Thomas Geoghengan

The History of Democracy Has Yet to be Written (29:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

End the filibuster. Abolish the Senate. Make everyone vote. Only if we do this, and a little bit more, says labor lawyer and former candidate for Assembly Thomas Geoghengan, ...
Caption: Eddie Condon

A Decade in the Windy City (59:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

They were a team in 1928 when times were good, and reunited in 1938 at the peak of the depression. They were known as the Footwarmers and the Windy City Seven. Milt Gabler ...
Caption: Eleanor Herman

Off with Her Head (29:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

Wherever you look in history, you’ll find misogyny. It’s equally rampant in the rumors surrounding Cleopatra during her reign and Kamala Harris before and during her Vice ...
Caption: Adrian Rollini

Deeper Voices - Baritone & Bass (59:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

When Adrian Rollini introduced the bass saxophone to the front line instruments, several other reed artists were inspired to follow suit. The big difference — most of them ...
Caption: Phil Allen, Jr.

The Prophetic Lens (29:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

Martin Luther King, Jr. and Darnella Frazier captured images of injustice for the world to see. Like a professional cinematographer, King understood the value of having a ...
Caption: Adelaide Hall

Leading Voices in Jazz (59:01)
From: Guy Rathbun

There was no roadmap to success for the Early instrumentalists and vocalists in jazz. They were in untested waters and out on a limb. Nevertheless, their pioneering work t ...
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Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice part 2 (29:01)
From: Guy Rathbun

The network of systems that make up our bodies – respiratory, digestive and nervous system to name a few - is seen by conventional medicine as self-contained. Yet, as our ...
Caption: Senter & his Senterpedes

Clarinets Go Wild (59:01)
From: Guy Rathbun

They were called "gaspipe" clarinetists. Their style was very popular in the 1920s. They emphasized peculiar sounds and startling effects, like, screeching, growling, ...
Caption: Book Jacket Cover

Inflamed: Deep Medicine and the Anatomy of Injustice (29:00)
From: Guy Rathbun

It’s no coincident that our planet is on fire. Look more closely and you’ll find that our society, politics and bodies mirror the world. We, too, are inflamed.