September 2005

From Mardis Gras to Knishes:52

09.26.2005 by Mark Forman

Howdy Y'all-back to the Dr. Gonzo-Hunter S. Thompson talks; Part IV in the series. We also continue with readings from Brooklyn: A State of Mind. The music all over the spectrum and planet as usual-dig? Go to The Mardis Gras 3:24 Professor Longhair Live w the Meters Alligator's Lament 2:55 Ramsay Midwood hair and skin 3:27 […]


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Hanging with the Lama:51

09.24.2005 by Mark Forman

Hey there sports fans: Thanks to John and Benett over at OrganicNYC for the fine theme music. Thanks to Jonas Rullo for props and recommending great Austin Riffs podcast. Hey to Aronski in Curitiba,Brazil. Podcaster's Hockey League-contact Brad P. Hurricane Rita bringing more grief to NOLA, hope it abates. My respects and best wishes to […]


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Three James Patrick Kelly audio stories free and CC-licensed

09.22.2005 by Mark Forman

Hugo and Nebula-award winning sf writer James Patrick Kelly is a brilliant writer, a fantastic teacher (being his student at the Clarion Writers' Workshop went a long way to turning me into a real writer) and a genuine mensch. Cory Doctorow


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DAO7: Chapter 6

09.22.2005 by Mark Forman

Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom-Chap. 6: Alas, we discover info about Julius previous love life and... Oops, I started giving away plot. You'll just have to listen. Theme Music stare at the floor 4:20 sans trauma Intermission: Not the Only One 4:05 Hotrod Cadets End: Paranoid 5:16 Pete Philly & Perquisite Background: earthlights […]


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Future of Music-Book,Blog, and Podcast

09.21.2005 by Mark Forman

Aron Michalski recommended an excellent book on the future of the music industry, "Future of Music." The authors are music industry veterans, one of whom invented MIDI. They also have an excellent blog, and are offering a podcast of the book. folks, it doesn't get any beeter than this. Please take some time to learn […]


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Getting A Leg Up Listed in ITunes!

09.21.2005 by Mark Forman

We are now in ITunes Music Store Directory after waiting for what seemed like a lifetime. If you haven't already subscribed to show, and are an ITunes user, please just click on the ITunes subscription chiclet and it will automatically open up your ITunes and begin downloading shows-just that simple.


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Alistair Bishop-Hotrod Cadets Interview

09.20.2005 by Mark Forman

Tartan Podcast has provided this link for interview(.wmv file) with Hotrod Cadets leader and song-writer, Alistair Bishop. In case you don't know, the Cadets are one of the best Glasgow, Scotland bands on the scene today. Alsistair is very podcasting/podcaster friendly and really has a good grasp of the role of podcasting. He is very […]


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50 Ways to Get A Bakers Dozen:50b

09.19.2005 by Mark Forman

Krispy Kreme wishes they had this kind of selection:13 podsafe songs culled from first 49 GLU shows-these are some of my favorites. I hate making lists because you always leave out great stuff, but that gives me a reason to do more shows I guess. If you dig the tunes-please buy the CDs these artists […]


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New Orleans Indian Tribes

09.17.2005 by Mark Forman

The recent disater has caused me to reflect more and more on the wonderful culturally diverse and fascinating NOLA area. One of the things I've always wondered about is the Mardis Gras Indians-here is a link that will explain that culture to you.


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50 Ways to Disembody Your Voice:50a

09.16.2005 by Mark Forman

Brother Love sounds the alarm! So finally after eons of podcasting(early May '05 until now) sifting through the Adam Currys and the CC Chapmans we get the DVoice Sonic Batallion)aka Disembodied Voices Podcast Group. Comprised of Nick-No Idle Frets, Brad-Whole Lot of Nonsense, Aron-Parking in Bitterman Circle, John-Italian Born Chinese, Mike-Coffee House to Go and […]


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