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80 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
#36: Teresa Gabriel - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Psychedelics, Music, and Art go hand in hand. So many of us are moved to express our insights and visions through our creativity. Join Daniel of Tam Integration as he talks to a wide variety of masterful creatives about how their magical flights of fancy have inspired their art. Streaming every monday on the Deadheadland facebook page. The Happeningest Place On Earth! Teresa Gabriel has 20 years of experience on her musical, spiritual and creative journey. singer, guitarist, composer, music teacher, medical woman and facilitator of workshops and retreats related to the voice, with more than 20 sold-out workshops organized at the fauno house in sintra in recent years and also voice medicine retreat. she has 3 albums released "heart quake", "rites of passage" and "inner voice" and multiple collaborations released on compilations and albums by other artists. she also founded the synergy project in portugal in 2007 (the first conscious events in lisbon) and collaborated with the convergence project in 2012, as well as with the free seeds campaign, the march against monsanto, national seed gathering, and the campaign against privatization of water between 2012 and 2014. With hundreds of concerts in portugal, including doing the first part of beth gibbons in the coliseum of lisbon and porto, but also in festivals in england, spain, mexico, netherlands, hungary, and italy, visions, dreams and spiritual and environmental awareness always inspired the compositions of this artist who is also currently dedicated to teaching music, and also organizing workshops in which she merges knowledge from yoga, shamanism and music therapy. she has collaborated with artists such as jamie woon, estas tonne, freedom cafe, ana bacalhau, sara tavares, terrakota, sergio walgood, among many more, from different areas with diverse works, collaborations and partnerships in the fields of music, sound, dance, music therapy, holistic awareness and alternative teaching. she just finished the creation of the soundtrack for a tamera film on water, with the nicaraguan producer tamara montenegro (naoba), and collaborated with some international producers such as kraut, mose, jpool and mushina with releases in international labels like NUMA, shikashika, random collective and shango records. LINKS www.teresagabriel.pt - official web site www.facebook.com/teresagabrielmusic - FB www.instagram.com/teresagabrielmusic - IG teresagabriel.bandcamp.com - BANDCAMP www.youtube.com/teresagabriel - YOUTUBE www.soundcloud.com/ayahumamariri - SOUNDCLOUD If you feel moved, please support the show https://tamintegration.com/donate https://patreon.com/tamintegration
57 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
#35: Random Rab - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Psychedelics, Music, and Art go hand in hand. So many of us are moved to express our insights and visions through our creativity. Join Daniel of Tam Integration as he talks to a wide variety of masterful creatives about how their magical flights of fancy have inspired their art. Streaming every monday on the Deadheadland facebook page. The Happeningest Place On Earth! Emerging from his own distinct corner of the West Coast electronic music scene, Random Rab offers a powerful and unique contribution to sonic exploration. Often referred to as “The Master of Emotion” his music is patently beautiful and melodic. With diverse influences ranging from trip-hop, classical and Arabic to bass driven compositions, his songs are considered anthemic and timeless. As a multi-instrumentalist and singer, his tracks are organic, uplifting and stand on their own as a distinct genre. Listeners of all types of music can find something they can relate to in his sound. There is no doubt that Rab understands a multitude of musical styles. He has been the front man of a heavy metal band, toured as a classical trumpet player, played bass in a country music band, was a scratch DJ for a jazz fusion project, was the singer for a rock band in Mexico and has collaborated with countless musicians of all styles. From acoustic performances in the Himalayas to rocking packed clubs in New York, Random Rab has found a way to connect with people of all kinds. With a dedicated fanbase born from the San Francisco underground, Random Rab has become a Burning Man legend known for his sunrise sets that have now become one of his most sought after performances. His current popularity can often be traced to his breakout album, The Elucidation of Sorrow.. This album firmly established him as a recognizable force in the electronic music scene. His latest and 4th album aRose, catapulted him into the state of momentum that is now taking hold internationally. Sometimes performing solo and at other times featuring collaborative musicians, the live experience is focused on a high quality translation of sound that is simultaneously sexy and psychedelic. If you feel moved, please support the show https://tamintegration.com/donate https://patreon.com/tamintegration
76 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
#34: Carey Thompson - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Carey Thompson has his roots from the east coast in Virginia and North Carolina. Eventually, he ventured westward, and he found himself in New Mexico. This is where he sought to establish a profound connection with Nature, along with the backdrop of the American southwest.With his new connection to the world, Thompson continued to explore other parts of the Earth, knowing that each place has much to offer. He embarked on a four-year journey to Central America, and he became familiar with the “winds of synchronicity.” He started his art journey in his late teens, with oil paints and he admits that these works were inspired by his “psychedelic forays in nature”. Nature does play a central theme in his works, as he also has sculptural installations in festivals like Burning Man. These initial forays led to arcs and backdrops that reflect a seamless interplay of the life-giving essence of nature and the depths of human creativity. The process of creation is different for Carey. He does not take sole credit for the product that comes out. He acknowledges how entheogens allowed him to open the doorways to enter with his art. The creative process is a journey in itself, and Thompson encourages the viewers of his art to take their own journeys as well, in order to see the creations in their “full glory.” Thompson notes that he experiences a fusion between himself and his creation. A total immersion that transcends art as a skill or craft. He becomes inseparable from this object which he considers as something that “came through him.” His creations are not his own, but he is only the medium so that these works would come forth. Thompson’s “Galactivation” art permeates with abstract renditions, emanating from a central figure. They are visually psychedelic and most would say, trippy, but it sets the stage for a unique experience for the viewer. Galactivation does not seek to draw certain emotions as most paintings do. It seeks to connect with the viewers and lead them to a journey where the destination is unique to each individual. Today, Thompson uses different mediums like paint for glass, LED lights, and modern technology for his paintings and installations.
80 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
#33: Bett Williams - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Bett Williams is a literary writer and psychedelic explorer, and the author of The Wild Kindness; A Psilocybin Odyssey (Dottir Press Fall, 2020), a memoir about growing mushrooms in the high desert of New Mexico. Her other works include The Wrestling Party and Girl Walking Backwards (St. Martin’s Press), which was named as one of the Ten Best Young Adult Queer Novels by Vogue Magazine. She has written for several publications including DoubleBlind, OUT Magazine, Flaunt, Lucid News and Lenny Letter.
70 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
#32: Emil Amos - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Holy Sons is a one-man solo band built around Portland songwriter and drummer Emil Amos. Amos is notable for releasing "genre-bending" albums, according to LA Weekly music reviewer Chris Martins, and for being a prolific songwriter; one account in Spike Magazine suggests he has written over a thousand songs. Amos is also a multi-instrumentalist for groups such as Grails and Om and Lilacs & Champagne. Amos was born of the lo-fi home recording movement of the '80s and early '90s. Amos described the mission of his music as "facing your personal reality." Amos said in an interview that, beginning at age sixteen, he used drugs every single day and didn't let up for years. A music critic for The Guardian described him as a prolific songwriter and as having a "great voice". Reviewer Rob Cullivan of the Portland Tribune described Holy Sons' album Survivalist Tales to be an "ode to the dime novels in the early 1900s that peddled the stories of wilderness explorers," and described the music as "sonic wanderings" with "strange song structures." A review in the Portland Mercury described his music as "dark, languid psychedelia" and commented how Amos has "habitually been kept underground" with few live performances up until the last few years. His vocals have been compared to Neil Young but change personalities quite often. Willamette Week described the album Decline of the West as "a varied, meticulously constructed piece of avant-folk that stands.
86 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
#31: Jake Korbin - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
The work of Jake Kobrin is psychedelic, unusual, dark, beautiful, and elegant. His work seeks to illuminate experiences which Jake has had that are outside of the realm of normal waking consciousness, moving into numinous and visionary realms with natural ease. His work explores the interplay of shadow and light, both in the delicate modeling of the forms of his pictures but also in the character of the subjects he portrays, his work showing a willingness to embrace all aspects of emotion from revelation and peace, to fear and disharmony.
94 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
#30: Amanda Sage - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Born 1978 in Denver, Colorado Amanda Sage is an artist using her painting as a tool for spiritual and planetary growth and transformation. Her paintings represent multidimensional aspects of humanness in harmonious balance, inspiring a re-membering of an energetic inter-connectedness that is present and shared with all things. In 1997 she apprenticed for 2 years in classical painting techniques with Michael Fuchs in Vienna Austria. This led to becoming a painting assistant to Ernst Fuchs, founder of Fantastic Realism, for 10 years while developing her own style and portfolio as a resident artist at the culture house WUK in Vienna. Since 2009 she has been based in Los Angeles and influential in networking artists and initiatives while hosting workshops, lecturing and exhibiting world wide. Her work is mostly in private collections with some pieces also in the permanent collection of the Kirkland Museum in Denver, Colorado. In 2014 together with designer Shabnam Q, the 'Amanda Sage Collection' was launched online. An independent fashion label leading the frontier of visionary art and fashion. "Wearable visionary art, made with love from threads of light". She is a co-founder of the Vienna Academy of Visionary Art and is on the board of directors of CoSM (Chapel of Sacred Mirrors) Alex & Allyson Grey’s art sanctuary in New York. She has also pioneered painting retreats in Eco-Villages such as Paradise One, Byron Bay Australia and PuntaMona, Costa Rica. When not traveling she can be found in one of her studios in Los Angeles, Vienna Austria or Gunnison Colorado.
74 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
#29: Eric McFadden - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Eric McFadden is a guitar virtuoso/songwriter/vocalist. He has toured the world both as a solo artist, as well as with funk legend George Clinton (Parliament/Funkadelic), and rock legend Eric Burdon (The Animals). McFadden is a member of the new supergroup, T.E.N, alongside Thomas Pridgen (Mars Volta) and Norwood Fisher (Fishbone). McFadden spent years touring extensively with the Eric McFadden Trio (EMT), which features bass phenomenon James Whiton (Tom Waits) and drummer extraordinaire, Paulo Baldi (Cake, Les Claypool). Eric is also a member of the all-star band, Stockholm Syndrome, which also includes notable players such as Dave Schools (Widespread Panic), Jerry Joseph (Jack Mormons), Wally Ingram (Sheryl Crow) and Danny Louis (Govt Mule). Between 2015 and 2017, Eric spent 2 1/2 years touring as guitarist for New Orleans favorite, Anders Osborne. Eric McFadden has also collaborated on stage and/or in the studio with the regal likes of Bo Diddley, Keb Mo’, Living Colour, Joe Strummer (The Clash), Nels Cline (Wilco), Les Claypool (Primus), Leo Nocentelli, George Porter Jr and Zigaboo Modeliste of The Meters, Pat MacDonald (Timbuk3), Bernie Worrell (Talking Heads, P-Funk), Jesse Hughes (EODM), Bonnie Raitt, Bill Kruetzman (Grateful Dead), Ron Wood, Bernard Fowler & Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones), Pink, Fishbone, The Revivalists, Pete Sears (Jefferson Airplane, Rod Stewart), Carla Bozulich, Joe Santiago & Dave Lovering (The Pixies), Widespread Panic, Jackson Browne, Mike Watt (Minutemen, Stooges), The Reverend Horton Heat, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), Grace Potter, Galactic, Boots Riley (The Coup), North Mississippi Allstars, Stewart Copeland (The Police), Dug Pinnick (Kings X) among others. Eric McFadden is a veteran of such celebrated west coast bands as Alien Lovestock, Angry Babies, Tasty Face, Liar, IZM, EMT, and the Faraway Brothers. Eric recently signed with Tab Benoit’s label, Whiskey Bayou records. He’s been touring in support of his new album, “Pain By Numbers”, which features, Doug Wimbish (Living Colour, Mick Jagger) and Terence Higgins (Annie DiFranco, Warren Haynes), and was released September 7th 2018. In addition, Eric just released in November on Bad Reputation out of France, was Eric’s all acoustic AC/DC tribute record. Also released in 2018 was his duo record with guitar great, Omar Torrez (Tom Waits). Among his other recent projects is,The Sophistakits, which was co-founded with guitarist and friend, Eddie Roberts (New Mastersounds), and includes Wally Ingram, Miles Tackett, Jeff Franca and Chris Spies.
71 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
#28: John Speaker - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
The psychedelic visionary artwork of John Speaker depicts the transformation of mind, body, and spirit as he wanders along the wondrous journey of life.
69 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
#27: Xavi Panneton - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Xavi Panneton approaches his craft with a unique perspective delivered by his history of creating work across many genres. First immersed in the Washington D.C. graffiti and skateboarding scene of the early 90s, Xavi was later a foundational member of the West Coast world of Visionary Art and continues to expand minds as he traverses an evolving aesthetic where design meets the uncharted territory of our collective consciousness. Working primarily in acrylics and aerosol, Xavi wrangles a variety of influences into a single, cohesive whole. His mesmerizing pattern work and alternating use of hard and soft lines evoke meditative states, keeping the viewer grounded in a world of simple beauty. The concept of vibration is seen throughout Xavi’s work. Through masterfully executed compositions of novel shapes, patterns, and symmetries inspired by nature, Xavi aims to connect with viewers by way of harmonic frequencies. Ancestral influences of indigenous cultures are pervasive in Xavi’s work. Here again we find a dynamic tension in his art: Using formal design techniques, Xavi incorporates the old and the new–the seen and the unseen–in order to build a unique visual language which straddles multiple cultures and historical epochs. While committed to the lasting tenets of design theory, Xavi also brings a certain playfulness to his practice and while his work remains sophisticated, there also exists a refreshing accessibility to everything he produces. Xavi is an internationally recognized artist, who has created murals and installations across the world and has painted live alongside of some of the most well-known electronic artists and psychedelic acts on the planet, leaving a transformational mark on every space and community into which he has been welcomed. If you feel moved, please support the show
73 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
#26: Ryan Walsh - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Ryan H. Walsh is a musician, journalist and video/collage artist. His debut book, Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968 (Penguin Press), received rave reviews from The New Yorker, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and was a New York Times end-of-year Critics’ Pick. Since publication, Walsh has toured internationally, speaking at The Belfast Literary Festival, The Irish Literary Festival in London, and locally at The Harvard Club, Boston Public Library, Google, Northeastern, and Suffolk University. His writing has appeared in the Boston Globe, Vice, Pitchfork, and Boston Magazine, and Walsh was a finalist for the Missouri School of Journalism’s City and Regional Magazine Award in 2015. His rock band Hallelujah the Hills has won high praise from Spin, Rolling Stone, and Pitchfork; declared “Boston legends” by the Boston Globe; and toured the U.S. extensively over their 15-year existence. Their latest album, 2019’s I’m You, was declared “Album of the Year” by Glorious Noise, “a lyrical masterpiece,” by Metro, and reviewed 9/10 at The Line of Best Fit. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts at the end of dead end street, the metaphorical suggestion of which is always a nearby threat but never manifesting in any serious way.
80 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
#25:Lowell Levinger - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of The Youngbloods, at age 70, Lowell Levinger (aka Banana from the Youngbloods) is still rocking, playing and singing better than ever. Penning his own originals, Banana incorporates Youngbloods favorites as well as gems from his extensive musical roots into his performances with a gutsy, engaging style. Banana is also a well known vintage instrument collector and multi-instrumentalist. He delivers his repertoire while picking the heck out of his unique five-string tenor guitar, breaking out a banjo for occasional accompaniment or tickling the ivories for just the right mood.
84 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
#24: Johnathan Singer - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
The entrepreneurial spirit has driven Johnathan Singer from an early age. By 24, he began a career in publishing when he created the socially conscious lifestyle magazine “West Side Life” in Southern California. The experience expanded his connections with a wide range of artists, musicians, presenters and live performance personnel. Collaborating with the art world inspired Johnathan to become an artist in his own right. He began performing real-time multimedia light shows to support concerts and musicians he knew through “West Side Life”. Singer’s artistic versatility also includes creative director roles, designing and producing DVDs for music producers, musicians, and other visionary artists. Singer pushed the boundaries of technology through these performances leading to new art forms which incorporated computer-generated images, texture maps, custom 3D animations and special effects. These innovations activated his audiences both with visual and auditory experience. His progressive art style propelled him as a live VJ, growing his business, and leading him to perform all over the globe. Today Johnathan is one of the most notorious visionary artists creating content for world renowned Lighting Designers and VJs. Some of his most noted artist collaborations are with Alex and Allyson Grey, Chris Dyer, Amanda Sage, Tipper, The Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary shows, and Dead & Company. He is proud to have done multiple productions at Red Rocks Amphitheater (Denver), Soldier Field (Chicago), The Beacon Theater (NYC), The Sony Theater (NYC), The Fillmore (SF), among others.
84 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
#23: Dennis McNally - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Dennis McNally was born in 1949 at Ft. Meade, Maryland, the son of a U.S. Army counter-intelligence operative. He attended 21 schools across many states and several countries, eventually graduating from high school in Maine and undergraduate school at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY in 1971. He received his Ph.D. in American History from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1977 for a biography of Jack Kerouac which was published by Random House in 1979 under the title Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation, and America. He settled in San Francisco, and after a period of freelance journalism (for the San Francisco Chronicle’s California Living and the Berkeley Monthly, among others) and odd jobs, he became archivist for Bill Graham Presents in 1983. In the year he worked there he established the BGP Archives. Having been selected as the Grateful Dead’s authorized biographer in 1980, he became the band’s publicist in 1984, and continued in those duties for Grateful Dead Productions until its dissolution in 2004. From 1984 to 1995, he toured with the band, in the process working on its behalf at the United Nations, the White House, and Congress. In 2002 he published his long-awaited history of the band, A Long Strange Trip/The Inside History of the Grateful Dead with Broadway Books, a division of Random House. It achieved the New York Times best-seller list. Since the closure of Grateful Dead Productions, he has worked as a freelance music publicist with clients that have included Bob Weir & RatDog, the Jerry Garcia Estate LLC, David Lindley, Little Feat, the Subdudes, and a wide variety of other music business clients, including the Sonoma Jazz Festival, Rhino Records (for whose “Golden Road” package he received a Grammy nomination for liner notes), and many others. He recently completed his third book, On Highway 61/Black Music, Freedom, and America, a study of what white people have learned from black music in America from the minstrel era to Bob Dylan. It was published by Counterpoint Press in October, 2014. If you feel moved, please support the show
44 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
#22: Marcus Rezak - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Marcus Rezak is a recording artist, touring musician, session guitarist, and music theorist. Marcus released his debut album on Nov. 9th 2018 entitled, "Gateway To The Galaxy" ft. Bill Evans (sax, Miles Davis), Arthur Barrow (bass, Frank Zappa), Kris Myers (drums) and Joel Cummins (keys) (Umphreys McGee).. As a lead guitarist, Marcus carves out a distinguished style in the world of Guitar with several well-known cutting edge groups including Katharsis, Shred is Dead, FrankenZaps Monster, Digital Tape Machine, Stratosphere All-Stars, and as artist at large. He has performed at some of the most elite music festivals across the globe in various genres. Known as a master of jazz improvisation and the art of the sit-in, Marcus is a frequent call among bands and musicians carving out his unique niche in the performance world. Having a commanding stage presence, Marcus takes the euphoric freedom of live music and directs its path into a unique approach, as if every jam is a live recording session. By keeping exceptionally comprehensive mental notes on what works, what doesn't, and how to improve is what has led Marcus to respect in the music world and to such integral heights.
55 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
#21: Ross James - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Born in New York, Ross James is a guitarist, bassist, pedal-steel guitarist, and singer/songwriter currently residing in the Denver Area. Since 2012, Ross has been a regular collaborator with Phil Lesh, and has shared the stage with many greats including Bob Weir, John Scofield, Dave Schools, Warren Haynes, Jim James, Stanley Jordan, John Mayer, and more. He has been a part of a wide array of musical projects ranging from folk, to rock and roll, to metal. Playing with Nicki Bluhm, Cass McCombs, as well as the band Earthless. He currently plays regularly with Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band and Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang.
66 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
#20: Jazz Lei Amora - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Jazz was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia. As the daughter of Filipino immigrants, she was surrounded by their creativity and native music. These formative years engrained in her an irrevocable fascination for music and the arts. As a multi instrumentalist, she is able to fuse music from across genres of soul, R&B, devotional mantra music and medicine music. Using a variety of instruments ranging from piano, guitar, harp, kalimba, ukulele, charango, harmonium, crystal singing bowls, and gongs, Jazz has created a unique sound that evokes a sacred, timeless ancience. She currently resides in Santa Cruz, CA.
62 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
#19: Natalie Carol - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Psychedelics, Music, and Art go hand in hand. So many of us are moved to express our insights and visions through our creativity. Join Daniel of Tam Integration as he talks to a wide variety of masterful creatives about how their magical flights of fancy have inspired their art. Streaming every monday on the Deadheadland facebook page. The Happeningest Place On Earth! Natalie Carol is the front woman of the Los Angeles based band Valley Queen. The band have drawn comparisons to Neil Young and My Morning Jacket and recently released their acclaimed Destroyer EP this year. It is the follow up to their 2016 singles In My Place and High Expectations, which were released via Canvasback Music & Atlantic Records. NPR Music's Bob Boilen stated "At first it was simply the voice that shook me," continuing, "Valley Queen's music is rich with nuance and depth, rooted deep in California country." If you feel moved, please support the show https://tamintegration.com/donate https://patreon.com/tamintegration
62 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
#18: Brian Markovitz - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Psychedelics, Music, and Art go hand in hand. So many of us are moved to express our insights and visions through our creativity. Join Daniel of Tam Integration as he talks to a wide variety of masterful creatives about how their magical flights of fancy have inspired their art. Streaming every monday on the Deadheadland facebook page. The Happeningest Place On Earth! If you feel moved, please support the show https://tamintegration.com/donate https://patreon.com/tamintegration
69 minutes | Oct 9, 2020
#17: Bob Minkin - Instrumental Breakthroughs by Tam Integration
Psychedelics, Music, and Art go hand in hand. So many of us are moved to express our insights and visions through our creativity. Join Daniel of Tam Integration as he talks to a wide variety of masterful creatives about how their magical flights of fancy have inspired their art. Streaming every monday on the Deadheadland facebook page. The Happeningest Place On Earth! Bob Minkin is a San Francisco Bay Area based photographer. Bob Minkin discovered rock ‘n’ roll music (Hendrix, Cream, and of course the Grateful Dead) at age 13 in 1972 and began photographing concerts two years later. By 1977 he was shooting professionally. After connecting with Relix Magazine he made contacts and friends in the Dead’s organization that afforded him great access to the band, including being invited by band members to photograph them in their homes. Since then his work has been published in countless music publications, books, and CD/record album covers. Just Jerry, Bob’s latest coffee table book was published October 2019. Bob continues to document the music scene in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Marin County at Terrapin Crossroads, in addition to being the house photographer at Sweetwater Music Hall. Originally from Brooklyn, NY, he lives with his family in Marin County and enjoys hiking on the many trails of Marin and piloting his Piper Cherokee airplane whenever he can. If you feel moved, please support the show https://tamintegration.com/donate https://patreon.com/tamintegration
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