Libreyana 33

Libreyana - Episode 33: No Beethovens (2015-11-25)


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featuring, but not necessarily endorsed by: Thomas Doc, EXIT project, Sumeritae, Little Glass Men, Jeffrey Philip Nelson, Uncle Milk, John Fletcher, Birocratic, Telepathic Teddy Bear, CuzOH, Steve Combs, Katy Kirby, The Dada Weatherman, Oh Yeah – The Future, Droopies, Stærosaurus, The Zero Point Field, The Black Penguins, Brandon Liew, Fields Ohio, Antoine Guiry, Stefan Molyneux, Adam Curry, and John C. Dvorak. More details…


©2015 Alex O’Brien ao@amateurzen.us, but my work is dedicated to the public domain. The musical selections that make up Libreyana are individually licensed as noted here and retain those respective licenses. Libreyana comes with no warranty, and does not intend or pretend to provide legal advice.

Libreyana #32

This Machine Kills Nihilists (2015-10-06)

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Libreyana 32: This Machine Kills Nihilists ©2015 Alex O’Brien

Libreyana 32: This Machine Kills Nihilists is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

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Libreyana #31

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Libreyana 31: Camera Down ©2015 Various Artists. Arranged by Alex O’Brien.

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Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

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Libreyana #30

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Libreyana 30: Camera Down ©2015 Various Artists. Arranged by Alex O’Brien.

Libreyana 30: Camera Down is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
You should have received a copy of the license along with this work. If not, see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/.

Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

Your host offers no warranty and reserves ZERO rights to Libreyana. Reuse or Redistribution of this program DOES NOT require attribution to and/or association with Alex O’Brien, Libreyana, or http://amateurzen.us. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works you’re modifying or re-using. The “human-readable summaries” of Creative Commons licenses are short, and even the legal code is quite concise and readable.


 

Libreyana #29

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Libreyana 29: E Pluribus Rex ©2015 Alex O’Brien. | Copyright NoticeLicense

Libreyana 29: E Pluribus Rex is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

Your host offers no warranty and reserves ZERO rights to Libreyana. Reuse or Redistribution of this program DOES NOT require attribution to and/or association with Alex O’Brien, Libreyana, or http://amateurzen.us. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works you’re modifying or re-using. The “human-readable summaries” of Creative Commons licenses are short, and even the legal code is quite concise and readable.


 

Libreyana #28

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Photo by Jacob Nizierski (CC0)

Libreyana 28: Marxin’

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Libreyana 28: Marxin’ ©2015 Various Artists. Arranged by Alex O’Brien. | Copyright Notice | Copyright License

Libreyana 28: Marxin’ is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a same/similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

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Libreyana #27

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Photo by Anthony DELANOIX. (CC0)

Libreyana 27: Full Impulse, Engage

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Libreyana 27: Full Impulse, Engage ©2015 Various Artists. Arranged by Alex O’Brien. | Copyright Notice | Copyright License

Libreyana 27: “Full Impulse, Engage” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 International License.
You should have received a copy of the license along with this work. If not, see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.

Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a same/similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

Your host offers no warranty and reserves ZERO rights to Libreyana. Reuse or Redistribution of this program DOES NOT require attribution to and/or association with Alex O’Brien, Libreyana, or http://amateurzen.us. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works you’re modifying or re-using. The “human-readable summaries” of Creative Commons licenses are quite short, and even the legal code is quite concise and readable.


 

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Libreyana #26

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Photo by Steven Van Loy (CC0)

Libreyana 26: Delta Breeze

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Libreyana 26: Delta Breeze ©2015 Various Artists. Arranged by Alex O’Brien. | Copyright Notice | Copyright License

Libreyana 26: “Delta Breeze” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
You should have received a copy of the license along with this work. If not, see <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/>.

Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a same/similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

Your host offers no warranty and reserves ZERO rights to Libreyana. Reuse or Redistribution of this program DOES NOT require attribution to and/or association with Alex O’Brien, Libreyana, or http://amateurzen.us. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works you’re modifying or re-using. The “human-readable summaries” of Creative Commons licenses are quite short, and even the legal code is quite concise and readable.


 

man-sleeping-in-truck-cab-byLechonKirb

Libreyana #25

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Photo by Lechon Kirb (CC0)

Libreyana 25: The Profane Scapegoat Spikes the Punchbowl

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Libreyana 25: The Profane Scapegoat Spikes the Punchbowl ©2015 Alex O’Brien | Copyright Notice | Copyright License

Libreyana 25: “The Profane Scapegoat Spikes the Punchbowl” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. You should have received a copy of the license along with this work. If not, see <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/>.

Tracks are individually licensed and hyper-links are provided to human-readable summaries of those licenses. If you do use this work, the artists ask that you credit them by name (Attribution). Some also ask that you distribute your derivative work under a same/similar license (ShareAlike aka Copyleft). These conditions can be waived by the copyright holder(s) of the work for any purpose. Contact the respective copyright holder(s) if you’d like to use their work, but need further permissions. Most of ’em answer their own email.

This program comes with no warranty. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works your modifying or re-using. The human-readable summaries of the Creative Commons licenses are quite short, and even the “legal code” accessible on the web is quite concise and readable.

Libreyana #24

Libreyana 24: “Approximately”

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This program as a whole is licensed to the public under the terms of an Attribution 4.0 International license. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ for details.

This program comes with no warranty. If you are engaging in any “new work”, which I enthusiastically encourage, be sure to actually read the licenses that correspond to the works your modifying or re-using. The human-readable summaries of the Creative Commons licenses are quite short, and even the “legal code” accessible on the web is quite concise and readable.