Brendan Baker

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  • Username: bpbaker
  • independant producer, engineer, sound designer, problem solver
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from Brendan Baker

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Fix (52:55)
From: Love + Radio

Jason Leopold wanted to be a part of something. That quest brought him through a labyrinthine world of decadent glam metal, dangerous mafioso, love, and investigative ...
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The Living Room (22:56)
From: Love + Radio

Diane’s new neighbors across the way never shut their curtains, and that was the beginning of an intimate, but very one-sided relationship. Diane Weipert is a writer and ...
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Another Planet (34:11)
From: Love + Radio

The true story of Clyde Casey, a street performer who used surrealism and abstract art to fight crime in Los Angeles’ Skid Row in the 1980s, and the creator of a place called ...
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Choir Boy (34:15)
From: Love + Radio

Tom Justice is passionate about cycling, and was on the shortlist for the US Olympic Team. Also, he’s a bank robber.
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The Silver Dollar (37:32)
From: Love + Radio

Music is Daryl Davis’ profession, but extreme racism is his obsession. Daryl’s book is Klandestine Relationships, and his website can be found here. Produced by Nick van der ...
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Hostile Planet (CENSORED VERSION) (25:22)
From: Love + Radio

Taylor might have only 10 years left on earth.
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The Wisdom of Jay Thunderbolt (CENSORED VERSION) (28:02)
From: Love + Radio

Jay Thunderbolt's business card is a little mysterious. It reads, "Thunderbolt - Party Naked" and gives a phone number. (Uncensored version available here: ...
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The Wisdom of Jay Thunderbolt (UNCENSORED) (28:12)
From: Love + Radio

NOT FCC-SAFE. CENSORED VERSION AVAILABLE HERE: http://www.prx.org/pieces/69558. Original music composed and arranged by Brendan Baker. Produced and edited by Nick van der ...
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Chain of Missing Links (El Pajaro Volador) (03:00)
From: Third Coast International Audio Festival

Spanish guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Rosalia Roio talks about her Pájaro Volador ("Flying Bird"), one of her many homemade instruments built from recycled objects.