The following recordings are from the East Bay, both events and just sunny inspiring days outside, during the spring of 2010. They are in MP3 format. To download them onto your computer, press “control click,” and download the file. Otherwise, feel free to stream them online.
Apr 26, 2010: “Student Organic Garden, Berkeley”
At a little afternoon party during Earth week to celebrate the 39th birthday of the Berkeley Student Garden.
Apr 13, 2010: “Berkeley Farmers Market”
A recording session with my old friend Geuseppi, who is traveling around with a bus serving free tea to people.
April 2, 2010: “First Friday Art Murmer”
From the downtown monthly Oakland Arts event
April 2, 2010: “Around Oakland and Berkeley”
It is fun to be recording again!
Below are recordings of people that I recorded between Oakland and San Clemente, California, during the months of January and March, 2010. Please feel free to listen and download them, they are all in MP3 format.
Feb 28, 2010: “Santa Barbara Arts Fair”
On my way back the coast, another stop at beautiful Santa Barbara!
Feb 26, 2010: “Orange county”
Huntington Beach, San Clemente, and the space between
Feb 18, 2010 : “LA”
These are from my days in LA. they are not super well organized by place, as I biked back and forth and all over the place a lot, and left my cart to return to it later sometimes, also…
Feb 15, 2010 : “Ventura”
Mostly a bunch of surfers, on a beautiful day at the beach
Feb 13, 2010 : “Santa Barbara Farmers Market”
A good long farmers market session. Farmers markets are my favorites!
Feb 11, 2010 : “Santa Barbara”
People outside of a yoga studio, and a few from a student co-op
Feb 9, 2010: “Lompoc toward Santa Barbara”
People along the road, and in the town of Lompoc.
Feb 8, 2010 : “Guadalupe to Lompoc”
Some great people in Guatalupe.
Feb 7, 2010 : “Oceano”
Some wonderful people who took me home with them, and others in the little town.
Feb 6, 2010 : “San Louis Obispo at a pottery studio”
What a special group of artists!
Feb 4, 2010 : “San Louis Obispo Farmers Market”
San Louis Obispo at the farmers market (a favorite).
Feb 4, 2010 : “San Louis, around town”
San Louis Obispo, around town.
Feb 2, 2010 : “Big Sir to Cambria”
A whole bunch of people on the road between Big Sir and Cambria.
Feb 2, 2010 : “Tibet”
This Piece deserves its own track. From a man who got the Dali Lama into Ireland to begin the end of the war there.
Jan 30, 2010 : “Inside the institute”
People inside the Esilin Institute.
Jan 29, 2010 : “Preschool”
Around Big Sir again. Some kids at the preschool of the Esalin Institute, and some fellow travelers.
Jan 28, 2010 : “Bigsir”
Around Big Sir. Mostly people That I met on the road.
Jan 26, 2010 : “Just go sailing”
Recordings of a family in Seaside, and a couple about to take off to go sailing in Monterrey.
Jan 25, 2010 : “A Salina Shelter”
Recordings at the shelter in Salinas, and people along the way between Watsonville and seaside.
Jan 23, 2010 : “Watsonville”
Here are the recordings from my journey between Aptos and Watsonville.
Jan 23, 2010 : “Aptos”
These are the recordings of the people I stayed with in Aptos, and some who I met in a cafe there.
Jan 20, 2010 : “Santa Cruz”
A few days in Santa Cruz, stories from downtown, the farmers market, and the trailer park.
Jan 17, 2010 : “Some Co-op people”
I Stayed in a co-op in Santa Cruz, with some of these people. They actually responded to the last person fairly directly. I like the way this one turned out, and plan to ask people to record in this way again.
Jan 16, 2010 : “Road Trippers on Highway 1”
These funny artists pulled their car over to see what was going on. They were on a road trip to find the biggest tree in California.
Jan 15, 2010 : “Ocean Beach to Half Moon Bay”
These recordings happened sporadically throughout the day, starting in Ocean beach, and ending in Half Moon Bay.
Jan 13, 2010 : “Lake Merrit”
This was a sweet little recording session, short because it was interrupted early, but well received.
These three recordings are from walks that I took during the month of September, from UC Berkeley to Downtown Oakland on Telegraph Avenue. This walk is especially interesting to me because of the diversity on this street. I walked through many many different communities and many peoples lives, while staying within five miles of my home.