E116: Postcards and Music Connect People Featuring Teresa Edmunds

I was thinking about how you say postcards connect people. So does music.

Teresa Edmunds

In this episode I’m joined by Teresa Edmunds. We talk about music. About postcard playlists and mixtapes. And how we can use music as a universal language as we write postcards.

Here are some music and media we referred to in the show:

Postcards and Letters playlist on Spotify by Teresa Edmunds

Send Me a Postcard (a convertible and an unknown destination)

A Playlist to fit a postcard’s illustration

The Postcrossing blog post that started it all

The Natural History of Song” study by Harvard

This is Your Brain on Music by Daniel J. Levitin

This is Just Some Songs podcast episode on This American Life (the mixtape episode)

The music in the show, titled Casa de Frio by Jon Presstone, is licensed from Storyblocks

Postcards from Paradise by Ringo Starr
Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky

Toilet paper stamp

Covid brought this unusual promotion to Teresa with a new car purchase

Postcards and Letters

Listen on Spotify: A blend of two loves: mail and music

Three days of Peace & Love & Postcards

2 comments on E116: Postcards and Music Connect People Featuring Teresa Edmunds

  1. Melina says:

    thank you both for this episode! I really like the idea. Music is a huge part of my life too and your talk gives me a lot inspiration! My next postcards will be music-themed and dedicated to important songs in my life. Thanks again, from Germany – Melina

    1. Frank says:

      Thank you, Melina. I love to listen to all kinds of music, and this show made me think about it even more. I’ll have to think about what song I put on a card today!

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