“Hungry Hearts”

Season 1, Episode 1: Hungry Hearts

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We may think that Bruce Springsteen and Alfred, Lord Tennyson are two very different artists, but once we start digging into their work, interesting similarities arise. Join me as I take a tour of Poems (1842) and The River (1980), with heartbreaking pit-stops, lovely ladies, and lots of wrong terms.

Notes & credits:

Blithe Spirits is written, performed, and produced by Halina Adams (@Halina_Adams)

artwork from author’s private collection and modified by her

Music:

Kai Engel, “Harbor,” from The Run

Bruce Springsteen, “I’m on Fire,” Live, 1975-85, copyright Columbia Records

aAirial, “Splash,” from Winterkauen

Scott Holmes, “Still Missing”

Springsteen, “The River,” The River, copyright Columbia Records

Springsteen, “Drive All Night,” The River, copyright Columbia Records

Julie Maxwell, “Cerberus Fossae,” from My Kingdom’s Chorus

Springsteen, “Crush on You,” The River, copyright Columbia Records

Podington Bear, “Looking for Trouble,” from Piano I

Podington Bear, “Running on Empty,” from Brooding

Podington Bear, “Sensitive,” from Brooding

Podington Bear, “Skeptic,” from Brooding

Podington Bear, “Down and Around,” from Brooding

Borrtex, “Hope,” from Peaceful Mind

Springsteen, “Hungry Heart,” Live, 1975-85, copyright Columbia Records

Dexter Britain, “The Time to Run,” from Creative Commons Selections

Kai Engel, “Low Horizon,” from The Scope

Kai Engel, “Seeker,” from The Run

Springsteen, “I’m on Fire,” Born in the USA, copyright Columbia Records

CONTACT ME:

@Halina_Adams

@blithe_spritits

blithespiritsblog@gmail.com

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