EGC Clambake Episode for Jan 18, 2005

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for January 18, 2005.

In this episode, I talk about getting permission to play music from Camper van Beethoven (!!) and then get right on it; I talk about sad songs and losing touch with your friends; I talk about Jon Kincaid and Personality Crisis; I play my absolute favorite song from the CVB discography; I discuss why I think the people making an effort to “get legal” with the music in their podcasts might not be as legal as they think they are; I talk about Magnatune Records a little more and I play a song by Grayson Wray, after which I put the chairs on the tables. Good night, friends.

This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX!

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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.

5 thoughts on “EGC Clambake Episode for Jan 18, 2005”

  1. caleb says:

    I would so love to hear something like “Sweethearts” but referencing Dubyah rather than RR. It would warm my cold black heart in these chilly times. Thanks, man.


  2. benbenek says:

    nice site….whacked-out with all sorts of crazy material…very good…thanks…not sure about the future of Podcasts, but stranger things’ve happened…KB

  3. benbenek says:

    PS – I have TUSK, but have yet to play it…may be inspired now by your site and CVB hysteria…excellent…I just missed them at Shepherd’s Bush Empire in November (off the Central Line)…I was dead tired and didn’t wanna hang out in the cold for the show to start…got a bowl of noodles instead…thanks again

  4. Would it annoy you if I said it was around 70F here in Adelaide, right now? 🙂

    Another excellent podcast, and great new band..

  5. I have been listening to your show since last Oct and I love it. Never miss a show. I am just wondering about the approximate date range that you lived in Portland, OR. I live here in Portland and I love it. I’ve lived in Oregon my whole life and don’t ever see myself moving. I know some people don’t like it here and I can totally understand but I was wondering if you would share why you left Portland. Loved the show. Keep up the GREAT work!

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