Reflecting on the legacy of the monumental 'Songs of the Humpback Whale'
Five decades ago, “Songs of the Humpback Whale” was released and would become the most popular nature recording in history. It also led to Congress passing the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Biologist Roger Payne, who produced the album, reflects on the album and its impact.
WBUR’s Barbara Moran reports.
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