Duplex Planet

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Friday, February 27, 2009

Thirty years ago in Boston, David Greenberger took a job at the Duplex nursing home. Out of his conversations with residents, Greenberger created poetry, prose, stage performances and music. Greenberger tells the story of how he found his own voice by listening to others. This story originally aired as part of the Transom Radio Hour.

    Music Playlist
  1. Fine Print
    Artist: David Greenberger and 3 Leg Torso
    Album: Legibly Speaking
    Label: Meester Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. I Like Beer
    Artist: David Greenberger
    Album: 1001 Real Apes
    Label: Pelpel Recordings
    Purchase: Amazon
  3. How Whivet got her name
    Artist: David Greenberger and 3 Leg Torso
    Album: Legibly Speaking
    Label: Meester Records
    Purchase: Amazon
  4. Milk
    Artist: The Swimming Pool Q’s
    Album: Lyrics by Ernest Noyes Brookings Vol. 4: Outstandingly Ignited (Compilation)
    Label: East Side Digital
    Purchase: Amazon

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David Greenberger

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