This week’s podcast concludes our two month-long discussion of Measure for Measure with some directorial concepts and casts, a wrap-up and a look at its place within the Canon.
“Lady Marmalade,” written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Noland, performed by Labelle, from the album Nightbirds, released in 1974 by Epic Records.
“You Light Up My Life,” written by Joe Brooks, performed by Debby Boone, from the album You Light Up My Life, released in 1977 by Warner Brothers Records.
“I Hate Myself for Loving You,” written by Desmond Child and Joan Jett, performed by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, from the album Up Your Alley, released in 1988 by Blackheart Records.
“Breakdown,” written by Tom Petty, performed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, from the album Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in 1976 by Shelter Records.
“Faith,” written by George Michael, performed by George Michael, from the album Faith, released in 1987 by Columbia Records.
“The Greatest Love of All,” written by Michael Masser and Linda Creed, performed by Whitney Houston, from the album Whitney Houston, released in 1986 by Arista Records.
“Highway to Hell,” written by AC/DC, performed by AC/DC, from the album Highway to Hell, released in 1979 by Atlantic Records.
“True,” written by Gary Kemp, performed by Spandau Balley, from the album True, released in 1983 by Chrysalis Records.
“Don’t Stop Me Now,” written by Freddy Mercury, performed by Queen, from the album Jazz, released in 1979 by Warner Brothers Records.
“Addicted to Love,” written by Robert Palmer, performed by Robert Palmer, from the album Riptide, released in 1985 by Island Records.
“That’s the Way I Like It,” written by Harry Casey and Richard Finch, performed by KC & the Sunshine Band, from the album KC & the Sunshine Band, released in 1975 by TK Records.
This podcast was recorded with the built-in microphone on an Acer Chromebook C720, using AudioRecorder from gideon.weissman (webaudiodemos.appspot.com). It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.
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