Green Think, Whisperado and the “fleeting” Invisible Cowboys have songs they want heard. Also Scott C. Smith and Phillip Winn talk reality show humiliation and the new look of Blogcritics.org, respectively.
00:00 ::: Host, Podcast Jockey Temple Stark, welcomes you.
01:00 ::: Jersey band Green To Think, with Dear Urgency
05:03 ::: THE PJ
06:10 ::: Scott C. Smith has uses five minutes of his fame to quietly ream reality shows, British (in) sensibilities and the only votes that count these days. (Pearl Jam’s Better Man plays in the background. It’s a live “official bootleg” — oxymoron — from a Sept. 1 concert in Washington state. What it means is I bought it once and they say it’s mine to use, in the music lover’s sense of the word.
11:45 ::: THE PJ
12:33 ::: Jenny May and Dave Tommo, describing the history of the song I Ain’t Got The Time. This performance features Rican Caol: percussion and Fyfe Dangerfield from the Guillemots. Jenny May and Dave Tommo, members of the British band the Babylon Cowboys, have their own Band Weblogs Podcast.
15:44 ::: I Ain’t Got The Time – The Invisible Cowboys.
19:21 ::: THE PJ
20:24 ::: Phillip Winn raps (not actual beat box rapping) about the new Blogcritics.org look. All the questions you wanted answers for, but were afraid to ask.
25:18 ::: THE PJ
26:20 ::: Jon Sobel, of the Whisperados, Never Been To Nashville – a country-tinged smooth-sailing tale of things not seen.
29:12 ::: The PJ signs of until next time. And invites you to be a part of it – E-mail me
30:53 ::: THE END
Next week features part of an interview with independent filmmaker Ismael Valentin, who last month finished filming the USA-Mexico border love story “Coyote Busters.”
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