Audioblog for Oct 15, 2004

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the audioblog for October 15, 2004. It’s a very special episode, recorded at gate L10 in O’Hare airport and edited on a plane. I talk about the music I used as a theme for Voices in Your Head; a little more about Jim Kelly; recording the disclaimer for the audioblog; I play a song (with permission) by the Siderunners.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

9 thoughts on “Audioblog for Oct 15, 2004”

  1. Aaron says:

    Hi, after hearing Voices in Your Head I searched for James Patrick Kelly, and though there was a few selections with him involved, there was no “Think Like a Dinosaur”.

    Anyway, I kept it to Google and friends and found a link to some Seeing Eye Theatre at: I like the version very much. It was only five bucks so the author probably doesn’t get much, but I’ll listen to his freebies and PayPal him at his website.

    Great job, Dave!

  2. Dave says:

    Aaron, thanks for the link. The first time I interviewed JPK was right at the time that was coming out from Seeing Ear Theater. I listened to and really liked that production myself. Thanks for your kind words and your support!

  3. Dave, great idea in today’s Podcast.

    I took a less humorous route, but I just added a welcome message to my Podcast that will automatically be downloaded each time a new user subscribes.

    Be well!

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  4. Ken Nelson says:

    Hi, Dave:
    I read yours and your brother’s blogs every day – checked out “Siderunners” at the iTunes Music Store. Two or three 30-second samples later, I clicked the buy button, and the album is now comfortably ensconced on my iMac. It’s great to have music that one never hears on the major providers list of about 6 songs..
    Anyhow, keep up the good work; podcasting looks like a great thing to me – enough to seriously tempt me to buy an iPod, if I can convince my wife that is 😉 I worked with your Dad back in the our Northwest Kansas days, and my wife still keeps in touch with your mom.

  5. Dave says:

    Hey Ken! Mom mentioned that she had talked to Nancy after Christine died and that y’all found out from our weblogs. That’s simultaneously really cool and really scary. I’m glad that you are liking the Siderunners. I thought I’d be able to see them in Chicago last week, but it was a false alarm. Thanks for reading!

  6. David Gray says:

    I have just removed the irritating plastic covering from my latest purchase: The Siderunners: Aint Inventin’ The Wheel. This purchase was a direct result of listening to one of the cuts on an EGC podcast. After listening to the “Terminal Man” podcast, I thought you would appreciate knowing this.

  7. Mark Herring says:

    I tried to find Paul in Google – did I spell his name right?

  8. Dave says:

    There you have a case study in why Paul is not recording under his own name any more, instead using the band name “The Arts and Sciences”, even though it is the same band he had as a solo artist. People couldn’t spell it or find him, even when they were looking for him. Technically, his name has one of those squigglies under the c, which just confuses things even more.

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