Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for September 2 2015 – DDOP 30

In this episode, I answer a few questions from Reed Knight: 1) Does it take time for you to get into music that is more challenging? 2) Why do people care about getting autographs?

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Twangoff

I’m listening to the most recent episode of the Twangoff Podcast. This thing is quickly becoming one of my favorites (thank you, my little AmigoFish.) In episode #5, they play “The Girl I Never Seen” by Bullet Called Life. I’ve heard that song umpteen times, having played it in my own show a few times myself. Every single time I hear it, I get chills. It’s got all the best of your 70’s southern rock schmaltz, prog rock just shy of excess, 60’s Hammond organ groove. It’s just a fantastic song. I thank my brother for playing them first and bringing them to my attention.

EGC Clambake for October 28, 2005

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I play audio feedback from David Jacobs and Ted Rieken (and John Powell by way of Alvin Dick); I play a song by Alana Davis; how about instead of “lift” for the lifestyle we use “uplift”; I play a song by the Butthole Surfers; I discuss the Stephen Hill notion of NPR production standards being a requirement for podcasts to be listened to; I play a song by Bullet Called Life; I’m out.

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Clambake Episode for August 5, 2005

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I play a song by Bullet Called Life and talk about them thanking me for playing them; I talk about the punditosphere as represented on IT Conversations; I play a bit from the “X-Rated Hour of Slack”; I play a bluesy song by Michelle Malone and boogie.

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Clambake Episode for July 14, 2005

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I play a song by Bullet Called Life; the majority of this episode is part two of my interview with John Rogers about the Global Frequency phenomenon and wild possibilities for the future of media; I talk a little about science fiction and why Roger Zelazny and Ted Sturgeon mean so much to me; I play a song by Cats Laughing on my way to glory land.

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