The Sound of Music Business

04.24.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Jek in the Box Funny how the music business can sound just like "monkey business." Seems the music making monkeys are taking control of their music and the money making monkeys don't like the bananas they are left with. We play the following songs over a bed of verbal prose imagery and some song […]


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Easter Bunnies, Jesus and Spring

04.17.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Cathy G Today's MindField will take you on a journey that includes :Easter Bunnies, Jesus, Spring, Rain, Flowers and new life. Please buy music directly from artists whenever possible. Tantrum egg 5:08 Tantrum Rabbit Furcoat 4:34 Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins Eggtooth 3:28 Oranger Oh Jesus.... 4:36 Your Black Star Walking Back To […]


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Bad Predictions About the Future

04.09.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Zoagli Yes, I'm standing here with my gold ultra-deluxe tritium foil hat on-giving you a list of predictions that were full of hubris and completely erroneous. Layered in and around this are the latest in cutting edge songs for the 3D listener. We at MindField endeavor to do stuff we find interesting, because we […]


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Clear Bright Festival Day

04.04.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Yeyo Pepe This is the holiday celebrated here to honor the "previous inhabitants of the planet", those "dearly departed." Put that in your MindFields and listen. I promise the music is very uplifting. Please purchase music directly from artists whenever possible See That My Grave Is Kept Clean    6:56    Kelly Joe Phelps   TheGreatCarTomb    2:17    Deerhoof        […]


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MindField:Water=More than One “H” and Two “O’s”

03.28.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by EmotionBlogster Water, the stuff of legend, of life. The substance that keeps us going on this globe mostly covered by the liquid. We crave it like the Fremen on Arrakis craved spice, only difference our eyes don't get that nice blueish glow, but our skin does get a nice sheen to it. Splash it, […]


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Butterfly Dreams

03.23.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Flutterbye8567 I've been thinking about the subject of dreams and the action as well. What can I say-surreal, vital, addictive, mysterious and fascinating to rattle off a handful of adjectives. The famous poet and Taoist immortal Chuang Tzu wrote the Butterfly Dream. This is a poem where the poet questions is it himself dreaming […]


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Spurious Facts About Jonathan Coulton

03.21.2006 by Mark Forman

This MindField cast is comprised of some sound bites of Jonathan from interview I did with him last winter, spurious facts I fabricated for the sake of laughs(hopefully Jonathan's included), In Monkey Land (Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan, 1907), and a bunch of Jonathan's wonderful songs. Jonathan Coulton typifies the spirit of Free Culture […]


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MindField: Writings of a “Demented Millionaire”

03.17.2006 by Mark Forman

</p> Drawing by Len from Jawbone Radio The Demented Millionaire, no not me unfortuntely (well maybe the dementia part)  John Hodgman of Little Gray Books, Areas of My Expertise, Self-promoter par excellence, crime partner of Jonathan Coulton(aka Crouton), gang-banger ( the Whiffenpoofs), and the aforementioned "DM" of the They Might Be Giants Podcasts. I almost forgot […]


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Commerical Drugs/Drug Commercials

03.11.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Xtrarant When I was back in the US recently I was appalled by the number of pharmaceutical ads on tv and their tone-get the consumer tweaked about some drug or condition and go tell your physician to prescribe said drug... This really alarmed me, thus I rant and mix music in. Play some promos […]


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MindField:Blue was the color of my song

03.07.2006 by Mark Forman

Photo by Bodhi47 Yes folks we have a MindField cast today looking at some humorous annecdotes on the Blues provided by the Bitter Man(Aron Michalski) of Parking in Bitter Man Circle podcast. In addition we've assembled some of the best blues music, past and present to fill out the program. If it ain't well... I […]


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