2.20.2006

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 24 - NPR and PBS are REALLY important

Show Notes: Still laughable, but here nonetheless.

This is available as an mp3 for download.

Whole Lot of Nonsense - Show 24 - NPR and PBS are REALLY important

The pinning in the Frappr Map is still going on, so we'll thank our 4 newest members, among them are Digger's Story, Karmyn Tyler and Todd from the Jersey Todd Show.

The long-anticipated NPR and PBS show... all right, maybe I'm the only one anticipating, but we've had a lot of play of the promo for this show. I have a special guest help me out with the conversation, as I'm still recovering from my hospital stay. Good, grief, she can rattle off show names:



Miscellaneous Links from the discussion:



We play a song from Eric Idle, of Monty Python, Spam-alot and Greedy Bastard fame, called The FCC Song. I'm not entirely sure if it's safe for play, but I'm sure the RIAA will let me know. This song is NOT FAMILY SAFE. Listen in to find out why. You can also find out what Eric's been up to by reading his new book The Greedy Bastard Diary.

Don't forget that you can get some of the great PodCaster Hockey League at our PHL store.

Some key links?



The show's intro comes from Bubble, and is called Head Case. Our outro is a song from Steadman, called Wave Goodbye. These songs can be found on the PodSafe Music Network.

All in all, 31 minutes I hope you don't want back. Sure, it's longer than normal... but I've been gone for a while, and have a little more to say this time.

2.16.2006

Parking In Bitterman Circle #35- Failure to Relaunch

ARE YOU KIDDING? A PODCAST?
Been a long time since I rocked and rolled... the first of 2006, the first year of PIBC is in the bucket (#1 was Jan. 18th, 2005)... time to get busy!

ID tag

Theme: Thunder Dust (Ancient Grains) by Southern Fried Swing

Hello... remember me?

Japan Trip:
Soundseeing backround from Nama Station shopping area, Osaka, Japan
Weezer tour wrap up
Snow and Bullet Trains
Thanks to Pat, Scott and everyone on the tour

Green Light: Bumblefoot ok's song useage on PIBC! Thank you very much!

Bumblefoot- "Real" from his new recording "Normal"
Visit Bumblefoot.com and buy it here!

Bald Freak Music.com

Forward into the past: the holidays, Mom visits, remembering how to be home

Failure To Relaunch... no S.J. Parker content here...

Re-localize...

Tower of Song podcast
from Tim Harlow

Thank you Steve!

The Black Math Experiment
- "You Can Not Kill David Arquette"

Available at the Podsafe Music Network or the Black Math website

Trying to keep busy and sane in the off season

Bumblefoot
- "Wasted Away" from "Forgotten Anthology"

Ok, so you may know the drill... click on the little speaker thingy in the upper right corner of this post to listen to the podcast or option/right click on it to download or just click here.
You really should be using a podcasting client like Used to be "IpodderX" or Juice though and using the RSS feed to automatically download it...
You can now use itunes too! Here's the itunes direct link...

2.12.2006

Coffee House to Go - February 12, 2006

Coffee House to Go episode #9. ESC! Magazine's monthly Small Press Podcast featuring readings of poetry, short fiction, interviews and reviews as well as featured music from independent bands.

Opening music excerpt by Uma Floresta, "Almost Everything."

ESC! Magazine Housekeeping:
Looking for cover art. Have a short story for CHTG? How to find our shownotes. Soliciting feedback on CHTG.

Featured Podsafe Audio this episode:
Common Ground - "Bottle of Dreams", My Little Radio - "Waste Another Night", Melissa Schuman - "Setting Sun", bill - "Sound Scientist"

Featured Poet:
Bethany Haug - "Dustyn's Salve" and "Ghostknocking"

LitNews (with LB Sedlacek):

Nantucket Poetry Slam, Library of Congress Poetry at Noon, 14th Annual Austin International Poetry Festival, 2006 John Newbery and Randolph Caldecott Medals, "Inside-Down and Upside-Out", Working Writer Newsletter, Silent Universe Podcast, Corporation for Public Broadcasting Cuts, Whole Lot of Nonsense Episode 24 Promo.

For more information and complete links, visit our shownotes.

Closing music excerpt by Simpatico, "Santa Claudia"

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