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NOTE: This show contains language that may not be appropriate for young audiences.

This week's show features two segments from the 2013 season of the Organist. Actor, writer, and artist James Franco (Spring Breakers, Palo Alto) performs a radio play by playwright Will Eno (Thom Pain (based on nothing), The Realistic Joneses) written exclusively for the Organist. Filmmaker Harmony Korine discusses his novel, A Crackup at the Race Riots, and some unreleased songs he wrote and recorded as a child for the sole purpose of annoying his grandmother. 

The untitled radio play was written by Will Eno and performed by James Franco. This episode was produced by Ross Simonini, Jenna Weiss-Berman and Andrew Leland

 

 

Banner Image Credit: Harmony Korine

Producers:
Ross Simonini
Jenna Weiss-Berman
Andrew Leland

Episode 17: Barely Not Shaking

James Franco performs an untitled radio play by Will Eno, and Harmony Korine discusses his playful and obnoxious experiments in music.

More:
The Believer interview with Harmony Korine
The Believer interview with Will Eno
The Believer: James Franco in conversation with Carter

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