Train Carousel | On Location at Tilden Park | Sleep With Me #420


Tilden park is a dream in the hills of the East Bay. (starts at 19:36) Join Scoots as he tracks trestles and trellises in search of sleepy sound. Can he spin a carousel ride into a sleep podcast? Only you and roof will know.
This episode contains mild background audio from a train and a carousel.

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00:05:10 All Music Ends

00:19:36 Train talk

00:46:15 Crane on a Carousel talk

01:16:32 Thanks and goodnight

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Show Edited and theme music by Christopher Postill @ Sounds Like An Earful Podcast “A Podcast about collecting stories, tinkering with noises and fumbling with really big questions”

Sleep With Me podcast art created by Always Trending Up Scott & Jennifer

The “Mystery Bard” is played by Jonathan Mann who also writes the lullabies.

Sleep With Me is written by Drew Ackerman and “performed” by Dearest Scooter

3 comments for “Train Carousel | On Location at Tilden Park | Sleep With Me #420

  1. Emma
    August 4, 2016 at 12:39 am

    this was great! it would be cool to hear more of these; only thing that was slightly distracting was the louder yelling in the background, but for me it wasn’t too much of a problem to tune out.

  2. Becky H.
    August 4, 2016 at 2:40 am

    Amazing carousel! I love the pictures around the inside and enjoyed the hearing a bit of the history. I listened on a plane, so I didn’t get much of the ambient sounds over the dull roar of the plane engines.

    • [email protected]
      August 4, 2016 at 7:47 pm

      Awesome thanks!

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