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Video here.

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Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.
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Very cool. Thanks!
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Inspiring. Thank you.
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Wonderful!! Thank you!
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WOOT.

I have music on every waking moment.

Thanks, Amy.
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Thanks, Amy; wonderful indeed!
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asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.
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polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.


His book An Anthropologist on Mars includes a story called "The Last Hippie", about a guy who is mentally stuck in the 70s, when he was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. The story was the basis of a movie that came out last year called The Music Never Stopped.
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asutbone wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.


His book An Anthropologist on Mars includes a story called "The Last Hippie", about a guy who is mentally stuck in the 70s, when he was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. The story was the basis of a movie that came out last year called The Music Never Stopped.



That movie looks pretty good. Thanks.
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polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.


His book An Anthropologist on Mars includes a story called "The Last Hippie", about a guy who is mentally stuck in the 70s, when he was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. The story was the basis of a movie that came out last year called The Music Never Stopped.



That movie looks pretty good. Thanks.


The movie was excellent!
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bop517 wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.


His book An Anthropologist on Mars includes a story called "The Last Hippie", about a guy who is mentally stuck in the 70s, when he was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. The story was the basis of a movie that came out last year called The Music Never Stopped.

That movie looks pretty good. Thanks.

The movie was excellent!


Speaking of inspiring movies about music, did any of you see Young@Heart? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1047007/
Brilliant, that one was.
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MABBY wrote:
bop517 wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
polychrotid wrote:
asutbone wrote:
Thanks for posting that. I'm a music therapist, and it's always nice to get a visual for exactly how music can help someone. Oliver Sacks has always been one of the music therapy profession's big advocates. There's even a scene about the helpfulness of music in Awakenings.


He wrote an entire book on music and the brain: Musicophilia.


His book An Anthropologist on Mars includes a story called "The Last Hippie", about a guy who is mentally stuck in the 70s, when he was a huge fan of the Grateful Dead. The story was the basis of a movie that came out last year called The Music Never Stopped.

That movie looks pretty good. Thanks.

The movie was excellent!


Speaking of inspiring movies about music, did any of you see Young@Heart? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1047007/
Brilliant, that one was.

Didn't see it. Will take a look
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