Out There Atlanta’s Summer Sound Series: Art Rosenbaum

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Art Rosenbaum at the AM1690 studios, photo by Lilly Lampe.
Art Rosenbaum at the AM1690 studios, photo by Lilly Lampe.

This summer, Out There Atlanta presents Summer Sound Series, a collection of interviews with artists who find inspiration in sound or directly use it in their works.

Episode 74:  Art Rosenbaum is a painter, educator, folk music performer and collector, and long-term radio host of Backroads and Banjos on AM1690: The Voice of the Arts. In this podcast, Art talks about several of his past projects, including Folk Visions and Voices, Shout Because You’re Free, Howard Finster: Man of Many Voices, and The Art of Field Recording.

Topics include: Going to the Met with his mom as a child, developing an early love of folk music and bluegrass, visiting Howard Finster, and what spurred him to record and interview musicians.

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Audio: Click the player above to listen to Lampe’s conversation with artist Art Rosenbaum, or download the MP3.

The cover Art of Field Recording: Volume I: 50 Years of Traditional American Music, Documented by Art Rosenbaum. Art of Field Recording Volume I is a four disc set with a 96 page book that contains essays and annotations by Art and over 100 illustrations and photographs by Art and his wife Margo. Art took a similar approach to Harry Smith in assembling the music: The discs are divided into Blues, Instrumental and Dance, Sacred, and a Survey disc that has a little bit of everything.



BURNAWAY Radio sponsors Out There Atlanta, by Lilly LampeOut There Atlanta is a podcast and online platform for interviews with artists. The intention to create a archive of conversational interviews with artists in Atlanta, or with an Atlanta connection. These conversations are informal and conducted in the spirit of a coffee meet-up. Out There Atlanta fills the gap between formal studio visits and event-related coverage and exists as a place for a more relaxed and personal dialogue, allowing artists to get a little more “out there” with the online audience.

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