Think it all goes by fast? Listen to an entire childhood in minutes.
Known as the "wizard of sound," Tony Schwartz, the co-creator of the most famous political ad of all time, died last month in New York City at the age of 84. In the "Daisy" ad, created for the Lyndon Johnson campaign in 1964, grainy footage showed a little girl counting and pulling the petals off of a daisy, which then morphs into the countdown of a nuclear bomb.
A brilliant audio engineer, he was also a devoted father who used his skill to capture his daughter Nancy's childhood in this moving 2-minute recording. Listen and be reminded how we should savor every moment of our children's childhood.
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