Music That Pumps You Up, Teaching Teachers How To Teach

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

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.

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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