Jay takes a little tour, in the style of this podcast. It concludes with a song from Mexico.
Jay ends this podcast with a chorus, a heavenly chorus, carrying us off into the eternal blue.
Jay indeed plays a waltz -- a spooky one. He also talks about our censorious culture, personal responsibility, peculiarities of language, and more.
Jay talks about Mahler, and a Sinatra song, and Shostakovich. Also about Russia, Canada, California, Chicago.
Saudi Arabia, American politics, an age of disruption, baseball, China, Russia, music -- Jay runs a gamut. Among the musicians heard is Taylor Swift.
Jay talks about politics and music. We hear from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, which has just had a name change, and from a late, great Spanish soprano.
Jay talks about music, especially loud music. He also talks about hero-Nobelists, North Korea, and more. No earplugs required.
Jay starts out with a little music, including the one about the bee. Then he gets into some political issues -- before ending with golf, tennis, and, again, music.
Jay begins this episode with Alec Baldwin and ends it with a reflection on colors -- especially blue and red.
Jay talks words, concepts, and the world – including Syria, Russia, Burma, and Taiwan. He also does a little sports (Tiger Woods). And music.