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Chicano "Farmer John", Music That Pumps You Up, Teaching Teachers How To Teach

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Music That Pumps You Up, Teaching Teachers How To Teach

Music That Pumps You Up, Teaching Teachers How To Teach

Chicano "Farmer John", Music That Pumps You Up, Teaching Teachers How To Teach

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The Premiers in 1964. From left: Tony Duran, John Perez, Lawrence Perez, Frank Zuniga and George Delgado. Warner Bros. / Courtesy of Mark Guerrero hide caption

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The Premiers in 1964. From left: Tony Duran, John Perez, Lawrence Perez, Frank Zuniga and George Delgado.

Warner Bros. / Courtesy of Mark Guerrero

In this episode we check out the roots of The Premier's "Farmer John", we look at a study showing that strong bass empowers people and we dissect education with the book Building Better Teachers.

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