2005 comes to an end. In Chinese custom if you make it to new years it means you escaped being consumed by a big evil dragon, whew-looks like we made it. Thanks so much to all readers/listeners, my D-Voice posse, and especially to those of you that provide comments and feedback. Today's show is a hodgepodge of cool music particularly my bad boy homies from Brooklyn-Organic!; who rock my world continually with their funky music. John and Bennett you guys are the best. Keep your eyes and mouths open on what happens in southern US post hurricane reconstruction. The best of all to all of you in the new year-let's all play together and grow together!
Bacon 2.22.05 4:31 Organic!
Elvin Dub 2.22.05 6:16 Organic!
Summertime-Live at the Podcast Expo Brother Love
Joe Frazier 3:07 Burning Spear
Keep on knocking 3:02 Jacob Miller
Carlos Santana live
Shakin' The Hen House 4:42 Organic
Tall Cool Glass Of Betty 3:51 Organic
01 Sister In Love 2:08 The Envelopes
Oregano 4:02 Ana Laan Oregano
Neville Bros Live
ZZ Top Live Blues
In the background overheard by elves: Glad 6:59 Traffic
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Categories: newyears, organicnyc, dvoices
Photo By James B
So much talk about the Longtail these days in the blog/podosphere. Concept originally espoused by Wired editor: Chris Anderson late last year. I offer some different spins on the Long Tail concept/philosophy as well as some possible applications in my own life. Play some new songs along with a few favorites previously played over this past year. Give a shout to Frank Key from Resonance FM-The Hooting Yard, thanks to Steve Eley for referring. The clock tick, tick, ticks. Closer to the New Year-new opportunities.
Veronica in ecstacy 4:21 Cardiacs
Slap & Tickle (live) 4:17 Squeeze
Never In 3:04 101
How Long 4:54 Out Hud
Chosen Child 4:21 Parchman Farm
Invisible Girl 2:18 The Patsys
Surftitute 1:50 Who+Beach Boys
Episodes (Diphenhydramine) 3:25 Pela
Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God 3:43 Kaiser Chiefs
The Musical bed(unmade)The Equalizer Busy Equalizing 3:17 Stewart Copeland
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Categories: longtail, hootingyard
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This is a link for Hugh Brackett's podioplay production of Terry Heaton's remake of the old Dickens tale: A Christmas Carol. Some well know podcasters contributed there voices to the production. Thanks for the hard work Hugh!
Narrator - Mark Forman
Ebenezer - Evo Terra
Ghost 1 - Hugh Brackett
Woman 1, Woman 2 - Martha Holloway and J.F. Holloway (don’t know who is #1 and #2 yet)
Ghost 2 - Tee Morris
Bob Gadget - Richard White
Ship Man 1, Ship Man 2 - Paul Fischer and Hugh Brackett
Voice 1 - P.W. Fenton (P-Dub would have participated in a much more significant manner if he had any of that rumored substance known as “free time”).
Tiny New, Voices A - Mur Lafferty
painting by Todd Mohr
Todd Mohr of BHTM fame is a fairly progressive-minded guy. In addition to being eclectic musically(their music incorporates, rock, folk, jazz and blues elements) Todd is also a philosopher , podcaster, and a visual artist as well. Kudos to him and the band in their endeavors to adopt the Creative Commons licensing model/etchic for their music. The best of luck to them.
Been real busy with a lot of things. Hope you are well. I've beendoing some PR preparation ... for the band's winter tour andconsequently our new business model. It's been a bit of a hairy ride but exciting. ... we would be possibly the first band of our size to adopt a free culture model. ... In the mean time, I've been trying to educate my bandmates and others on why this is an important move for Big Head Todd and the Monsters, as a definitive change in how we relate to our audience. Your audio bits were very helpful. Thanks also for expanding my contacts, I haven't reached out to anybody yet, but intend to soon.
Speaking of kick-ass women in rock, oh... was I not speaking of such women? I am now-namely Kristin Hersh of Throwing Muses and now 50 Foot Wave. Kudos to Kristin and the Wavers for going Creative Commons on new EP and putting it up for free download, purchase or donation, ala other CCers like Jonathan Coulton, Brad Sucks, Simon Steadman, etc.
Did I mention that it kicks ass as well? Ah, aging and pre-holiday business. Check out cute holiday themed video by Brendan with The Waitresses-Christmas Wrapping music track.