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The Wind

Fil Corbitt, The Wind
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A podcast about listening made at a handmade desk in the mountains.


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Latest Episodes

In July of 1990, the heavy metal band Judas Priest walked up the courthouse steps in Reno, Nevada. Two young metal heads attempted suicide after listening to the band, and their families sued for the alleged use of subliminal messages.

14 days ago

In July of 1990, the heavy metal band Judas Priest walked up the courthouse steps in Reno, Nevada. Two young metal heads attempted suicide after listening to the band, and their families sued for the alleged use of subliminal messages.

21 days ago

Year 4 of The Wind will be a series called "Devil Music". Investigating the Satanic Panic, the crossroads and subliminal messaging. The devil is in the details. Coming soon.

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 89 ratings
  • 567567 stars!!!!

    High production, beautiful immaginative.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Wonderful

    Fil is a master at setting a mood. Sometimes I hold off on listening so I can save episodes for late night highway drives on my own in the middle of nowhere.

    Apple Podcasts
    P H Thomas
    United States4 months ago
  • I saw a wind harp!!!

    At the Very Large Array in New Mexico. I was so excited. I wish I could attach a video.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • I love The Wind

    Eclectic, imaginative, meditative - the Wind is our call from Nature and History to be still.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago
  • Beautiful thoughtful wonderful

    Take a listen! Start with the prologue. I love imagining all these sounds and thoughts emanating from a homemade desk in the Sierra Nevadas. Such a gorgeous reflection on listening and on the wind and on where we are.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States7 months ago

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