EGC Clambake for March 1, 2007 – “Freestyling with the Soul of Money”

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I play a song from Brian Jonestown Massacre; I talk about plugging in and letting the magic flow and natural creativity; I discuss Neil Gorman’s comments from Ology about the soul of podcasting; I riff on Dave Hamilton’s post about podcasting and professionalism; I play a clip from Ivan Stang on the Hour of Slack and a song from The Thermals and then seal the deal.

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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.

7 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for March 1, 2007 – “Freestyling with the Soul of Money””

  1. Mark Forman says:

    Good bake dude. You are an interesting person with interesting and humorous way of expressing yourself, so prep or no prep don’t seem to make a lot of difference, an audiot savant if you will :).That Ivan Strang excerpt was very funny. If I were to start a religion what icon would I choose…? Hmmm.

  2. dave says:

    Mark, thanks. I’m going to steal that “audio savant” line and use it somewhere. There’s a deeper thing to the “dying man” thing, because there does seem to be a certain culture of death coming to the fore in disturbing ways lately.

  3. Eric says:

    Yet another cool show… I love the fact that you played The Thermals… who are one of the best bands I found last year. I saw them live this past week and they were amazing live…

  4. dave says:

    Eric, I’ve had that Thermals song in my head ever since I recorded the show. It’s definitely powerful. I envy your seeing them live.

  5. Danny says:

    Awesome show Dave! As much as I loved the music, the commentary was simply fantastic! Don’t worry with the notes, just keep ’em coming. If there were a Devil and I were foolish enough to do a deal with Him for my soul, you’d be the man I’d call on to talk my way out of it! Rock on dude!

  6. Eddie Dickey says:

    Good Show. I liked your comments about the gold rush folk pulling up stakes and leaving. Buh Bye. Its like opening up the windows on a breezy sunny day to air out the house. Let in the folks who think this is a cool medium and are willing to pay for advertising or consulting or what have you. New Media ain’t gonna fade away…

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