EGC Clambake for January 26, 2006

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I profess my appreciation for the Deliberate Noise podcast and I play a song by the Strange; I am available for interviews on AmigoFish and Uplifter issues; I talk about the effort of solidifying the Uplifter philosophy; I play a song by Borrowed Time; I play a clip from Robert Rodriguez; I talk about jokes and play a clip of Gilbert Gottfried from DVD Talk Radio; I play a quote from an interview with Kirby Dick and Evan Shapiro conducted by Dave Navarro; I play a song by Elliott Smith and go away.

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6 Replies to “EGC Clambake for January 26, 2006”

  1. I’m glad you’re enjoying the show. For all the music you’ve inspired me to listen to and to play, I’m glad I can return the favor.

  2. Lovin “The Strange”.. I’d say 3/4 Jeff Buckley and 1/4 Robert Plant.

    Thanks to Dave for all the inspiration to get people to wake the fuck up and do something creative with their life.

    Preach on, brotherman!

  3. Didn’t notice the fidelity increase per say on my IRiver, but I did notice that our boy Dave was in rare form and put out one of the better “clambakes” content-wise in some time. Color me inspired, uplifted and excited about uplifting! Some great twangy stuff as well. Happy Year of the Dog to all!

  4. I didn’t jump on the podsafe bandwagon last year because I didn’t think it was such a big deal. Besides, 99% of anything is crap but at least with music on major lables there’s some sorf of filter. I just don’t have time to wade though the dross to find a nugget of gold.

    In 2006 I’ve since changed my tune. I’m just so fucking disgusted with the major label industry! More than I’ve ever been before. For several decades the record industry overcharged Americans (and as you know, nearly every band barely made a cent except for the Madoona and Michael Jacksons) so I had no sympathy when Napster came. Payback’s a bitch.

    If that wasn’t enough, this bullshit DRM is pissing me off. I say fuck it! I’m going to avoid music on major labels more than I ever have before. Let’s set up our own system and chip away at those bastards till they bleed. I’ve had it!

    By the way, I’m not the swearing kind but I’ve had just about a goddamn fucking shit piss cock sucker enough!!!

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