Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for June 23 2015 – Fathers Day

Posted on June 23, 2015
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In this episode, I play a song from the Siderunners and tell a little of my interactions with the band; I talk about the shooting in Charleston and dealing with third party grief; I talk about silly games you play with children; I discuss Saga and the quote about how children bring a lot of weirdos into your life; I close by discussing my ongoing search for father figures.

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  3. Grant Baciocco on June 25th, 2015 2:23 am

    Liked the Siderunners song. Have you heard Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers (formerly The Refreshments)?

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  5. Dave Slusher on June 25th, 2015 7:51 am

    Thanks Grant. I have heard of The Refreshments (King of the Hill theme, I’ve got the pistols you keep the pesos guys, right?) but not the follow on band. I will check it out.  I am planning on going even harder country for the song in the next show. Most people say some variation of “I like all kinds of music” when really what they mean is “I like AC/DC AND Cheap Trick!” I really do like all genres of music, from afropop and Bulgarian choruses and squonky free jazz, country (less modern, more 40s – 70s), rock, pop, etc. I try to reflect that in the show without completely losing everyone. When I played the weird Wim Mertens song a while back I did it at the end so people could check out if they like. I never heard one way or another from anyone on that one, but it is one of my favorite bits of music of all time.

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