Harrison Yeager

Memory Tracks

Music can mean a lot to a person. A song, an album, an artist or a performance can strike up a wide range of emotion, sometimes with clear intentions, and other times in a uniquely personal way. Memory Tracks is a collection of conversations where a guest shares three songs that never fail to strike up particular feelings, often tied back to a memory forever associated with the music itself. The association could be a call back to a time of great loss, a moment of true love or a specific awakening initiated within. Be it a specific line, a chilling instrumentation or just the place where the track was first heard, guests explore what it is about each of these songs that call them back to these memories permanently nestled into their brain.

Music can mean a lot to a person. A song, an album, an artist or a performance can strike up a wide range of emotion, sometimes with clear intentions, and other times in a uniquely personal way. Memory Tracks is a collection of conversations where a guest shares three songs that never fail to strike up particular feelings, often tied back to a memory forever associated with the music itself. The association could be a call back to a time of great loss, a moment of true love or a specific awakening initiated within. Be it a specific line, a chilling instrumentation or just the place where the track was first heard, guests explore what it is about each of these songs that call them back to these memories permanently nestled into their brain.

Episodes: 51

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#53 Neil Gray

Duration: 57 min

#52 Gaby DeLeon

Duration: 1 hr 0 min

#51: Lisa Roberts

Duration: 1 hr 0 min

#50: Frank Burns

Duration: 1 hr 3 min

#49: Ali Holder

Duration: 45 min

#48: Josh Rickel

Duration: 49 min

#47: Andrew Thompson

Duration: 1 hr 11 min

#46: Mike Gallagher

Duration: 1 hr 9 min

#44: Miguel Hinojosa

Duration: 1 hr 13 min

#43: Carolina Norman

Duration: 57 min

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