Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for February 22, 2005.
In this episode, I read a few words from the pen of Hunter S. Thompson; I talk about the devastation suicide wreaks on the survivors; I play a song from DQE; I play a song from Camper Van Beethoven and head on down the highway.
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.
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Hunter S. Thompson (unofficial site)
- Warren Zevon
- Poppy Z. Brite’s post
- Camper Van Beethoven
- Lucas Gonze
8 thoughts on “EGC Clambake Episode for Feb 22, 2005”
I appreciate your genuine, honest and heart-felt thoughts on life, and death however the means it takes ones we love. Keep up the the great work, I love your feed.
Thank for the kind words. I hadn’t intended to return to this subject matter anytime soon (if ever) but then HST threw me a curve ball. I’m glad this episode touched you. You’re the counterbalance to the guy who grumpily told me how much I suck this morning.
I couldn’t have put it any better than Mark did above. I’ll just consider his words the Hallmark card I wanted to write, but couldn’t find the words.
Reveals no Grace Braun. Checked out her website, and downloaded another mp3 or two. She reminds me of the female folk/rock/country/etc singers I liked so much back in the late 60’s and the 70’s. I’ll be buying the CD when/if I find it.
I have no idea who this chick is on the guitar, but it sure sounds like Phoebe from Friends singing smelly cat :-)… Other then that great show Dave, please keep up the great shows.
Awesome stuff. I think your show has more soul than any other one out there. Keep it up.
I bought my CDs straight from the record label – Dark Beloved Cloud. You can PayPal them now, which beats when I had to cut them a check a year ago. You are correct, nothing for Grace or DQE in iTunes.
Well the weekend as arrived and I finally listened to the show and opened my USPS package from the EGC. The shirt arrived and thanks for the note on back of George Carlin January 17. If I knew how much trouble it was I would have taken the black shirt, but thanks for your efforts. I will unwrap the CD and listen to it.
Thanks for the show. Mourn the losses, but life goes on.
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