Audiobooks Read By Daniel J. Levitin

Audiobooks Read By Daniel J. Levitin

Daniel J. Levitin is the James McGill Professor of Psychology and Music at McGill University, Montreal, where he also holds appointments in the program in behavioural neuroscience, the school of computer science, and the faculty of education. An award-winning teacher, he now adds bestselling author to his list of accomplishments. Before becoming a neuroscientist, he worked as a session musician, sound engineer, and record producer working with artists such as Stevie Wonder and Blue Oyster Cult. He has published extensively in scientific journals as well as music magazines such as Grammy and Billboard. Recent musical performances include playing guitar and saxophone with Sting, Bobby McFerrin, Rosanne Cash, David Byrne, and Rodney Crowell.

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