Go Beyond Here

Musician/Professor Thomas Dolby of "She Blinded Me With Science"

June 15, 2020 Go Beyond Here Episode 19
Go Beyond Here
Musician/Professor Thomas Dolby of "She Blinded Me With Science"
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Musician/Professor Thomas Dolby of "She Blinded Me With Science"
Jun 15, 2020 Episode 19
Go Beyond Here

Thomas shares with Kari why he doesn't believe in guardian angels and the supernatural, as they talk all about his iconic 1982 New Wave synth-pop hit "She Blinded Me With Science" which was the start of the second British Invasion, music videos and inspired a generation into science, playing keyboards with David Bowie at Wembley Stadium during the historic worldwide concert Live Aid, which was part of his jam-packed stellar year of 1985, the irony of now being a professor (and joining the family firm) at this time in his life's arc at the prestigious Peabody Institute, what he does when he's faced with a low point or when he feels blue, living in the U.S. vs. U.K., and seeing the silver lining rather than the cloud in things, such as this worldwide moment's effect on the environment. 

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Thomas shares with Kari why he doesn't believe in guardian angels and the supernatural, as they talk all about his iconic 1982 New Wave synth-pop hit "She Blinded Me With Science" which was the start of the second British Invasion, music videos and inspired a generation into science, playing keyboards with David Bowie at Wembley Stadium during the historic worldwide concert Live Aid, which was part of his jam-packed stellar year of 1985, the irony of now being a professor (and joining the family firm) at this time in his life's arc at the prestigious Peabody Institute, what he does when he's faced with a low point or when he feels blue, living in the U.S. vs. U.K., and seeing the silver lining rather than the cloud in things, such as this worldwide moment's effect on the environment.