Musical conversation with Samantha Farrell (Podcast)

Samantha Farrell is the assistant to Vladimir Bulović, the director of MIT.nano, as well as a professional musician. Here, she talks about how music is keeping her focused, productive, and sane and how in times like these, “. . . the arts really shine, people’s humanity can really shine, and musicians and filmmakers and artists are needed more than ever.” (Listen on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mitnewsoffice/musical-conversation-with-samantha-farrell)  

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Featured music in podcast (in order):

“Circles”
Written and performed by Samantha Farrell

“Nocturne”
Written and performed by Samantha Farrell

“Mad About You”
Written by Son Little
Matthew Pezone – electric guitar
Samantha Farrell – vocals

“I Don’t Know What’s Coming”
Written and performed by Samantha Farrell

“Your Heart is as Black as Night”
Written by Melody Gardot
Michael Valdez – piano, upright bass, drums, Wurlitzer
Samantha Farrell – vocals

“I’d Die Without You”
Written by P.M. Dawn
Cameron McLaughlin – bass
Samantha Farrell – vocals

Podcast written and produced by: Melanie Gonick/MIT
Featuring: Samantha Farrell

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