Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for February 18, 2005.
In this episode, I jump straight into a Gentle Readers song just to get it rocking; I play a clip of Jill Sobule talking to David Dye about sampling in her music and the “a-holes” in the music business and then I play the Jilly Sue song in question; someone hates every song I’ve ever played; the new term for what we are doing is “Audication” – you heard it here first; I play Michael Butler’s Slapcast jingle; I play two songs from Steven Brust and leave them laughing (and myself, in spades.)
This episode is sponsored in part by the fine folks at iPodderX! Don’t forget, you can fly your EGC flag by buying the stuff package.
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6 thoughts on “EGC Clambake Episode for Feb 18, 2005”
So what, um, IS so funny ’bout peace, love and understanding? I can’t put my finger on it.
you will go blind. So, just do it until you need to wear glasses.
Oops, too late.
bwahahaha… I was laughing so hard at “audication” I had tears in my eyes, especially when you were trying to keep a straight face at the end 🙂
Sorry Dave, got to say I’m not the biggest fan of the music you play either – I tend to skip through them which is fine because this is an audication (oh get real! Podcast man). But then again I’m european and a child of electronic dance music :). Yeah once again drop Audishite stick to podcast, who ever suggested Audicate must be nuts! Let podcast be!
Dave – thanks for playing the RRGS jingle for slapcast.com! I pretty much gave Michael Butler some info about the service and let him go to work. The song was not something that was discussed or expected and I was thrilled with what he put together. The creative energy in podcasting continues to blow me away.
Second, thanks for including the word “slapcast” in your blog entry because otherwise I might have missed Butler’s promo entirely. I had fallen behind on some shows I listen to regularly, and your mention of my service caught my attention!
So this is a case where show notes–be they HTML, OPML, plain old text, whatever… really helped a listener!
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