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Nicholas Galanin’s eclelctic island

galaninNicholas Galanin is a musician, carver, film maker, sculpter, impressario, record label founder, cordwainer and much more. He chose ten songs he would like to have on a deserted island if stranded, perhaps forever. We talked with Nicholas, aka Silver Jackson, about his art, his life and the music he selected. Here is the program, his list of songs and the recipe for his favorite dessert. We’ve also included images of a couple of his works.

Nicholas’s Ten Songs (click to listen on Spotify if you have an account.)

Don’t Talk To The Cops! – Tattoo My Name

Baths – Lovely Bloodflow

Mississippi Fred McDowell – When You get Home, Write Me A Few Little Lines

Quasimoto – Green Power

James Blake – Fall Creek Boys Choir

King Krule – 363N63

Jason Molina – Heart My Heart

Hiatus Kaiyote – The World It Softly Lulls

Kingdom Crumbs – Pick Both Sides of My Brain

Teme Tan – Matiti

 

Link to Nicholos’s Favorite Dessert:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tyler-florence/truffle-tarts-with-raspberries-recipe/index.html

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