Diane, I've loaded up a new podcast called "Syndicated". It's a show where the hosts just ramble on about old TV shows. They call it the "TV Podcast for the Lasped Viewer" but can never decide if it's a good tagline or not. Between you and me, I think it's a damn fine description.
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We're excited to present a long-awaited and highly-requested episode for Dave Matthews Band! This enduringly popular, yet slightly underground ensemble defies categories and brings an incredible energy to their music that keeps fans coming back for concert after concert. It's tough to represent such a legacy in just a ouple of hours, but we relish the challenge. Jonny and Stan run through just a sample of great songs, including a couple of live tracks, covering everything from the band's first EP to the latest hit album. If you've never quite been able to get into Dave Matthews Band, this show might push you over the edge! Here's the set list:
1. #41 (Crash)
2. I'll Back You Up (Remember Two Things)
3. Hello Again (Live Trax 2)
4. Bartender (Busted Stuff)
5. Say Goodbye (Crash)
6. Don't Drink the Water (Live at Mile High Music Festival)
7. The Stone (Before These Crowded Streets)
8. Jimi Thing (Under the Table and Dreaming)
9. Drunken Soldier (Away from the World)
Prince & The Revolution - "Purple Rain" (Purple Rain)
Hey people! On this episode of BOP, Stan and Jon couldn't make it so Karl, Jonny, and Mike get together to talk about Chappie, Predestination, Road Hard, 50 Shades of Grey, and more! Then in the second segment the guys tear into a new batch of your listener mail and go over Spiderman's entry into the MCU, film school, what it means to "chew the scenery", Girlhood, and a few more thoughts on Boogie Nights.
If you have anything you want us to talk about be sure to send it over to email@example.com or get at us on Twitter (@crosstawk) and then head over to Itunes and leave a review. Join us again in two weeks when we'll be discussing Jon's Movie of the Month, Happiness! See ya then!
Welcome Crosstawk listeners! This is our new show A Thousand Words. Hosted by Jessica Carter, Ron Lubovich, and BOP's own Stan Ferguson. Recorded and produced entirely in tropical Nashville, TN, you can just taste the butter and country music dripping from it.
In this show we discuss Hieronymus Bosch's Death and the Miser. What does it say? What are the themes he presents? Why is there a nutsack hanging from the bed? All these questions and more are left unanswered!
Hello! Welcome! Good Day! Box Office Poison is back for another episode after getting through the 1-2 punch of 99 and 100. This one might not be three hours but it's still packed with great content. In the first segment, the guys go over a bunch of new movies including Kingsman, What We Do In The Shadows, Predestination, Laggies, and even House (Hausu)! Then in our second segment we go over Mike's pick for Movie of the Month, Boogie Nights!
Be sure to send in your listener mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or to Twitter(@crosstawk) and we'll get to it in two weeks on a new Post Office Poison. See ya then!
DMP has been on an unplanned hiatus lately, but we're back now and have many more episodes planned for 2015 and beyond! The revival starts with Jonny and frequent co-host Taylor presenting the varied and surprising music of Jenny Lewis. We first discovered her as an actress, but she is far more impressive as a singer and writer of songs that balance honesty, sadness, and defiance, often all at once. This retrospective covers her career through stints with Rilo Kiley and The Postal Service, but much of our favorite material comes from just last year. It's a good bet that Jenny Lewis will be making great music for a very long time to come, so we hope this episode can be your primer, or maybe just a refresher on why she is a musical force.
1. Head Underwater (The Voyager)
2. She's Not Me (The Voyager)
3. Nothing Better (Give Up -- with The Postal Service)
4. Silver Lining (Under the Blacklight -- with Rilo Kiley)
5. A Man / Me / Then Jim (More Adventurous -- with Rilo Kiley)
6. Rise Up With Fists!! (Rabbit Fur Coat -- with The Watson Twins)
7. Acid Tongue (Acid Tongue)
8. Sing a Song for Them (Acid Tongue)
9. Slippery Slopes (The Voyager)
10. Just One of the Guys (The Voyager)
11. A Better Son/Daughter (The Execution of All Things -- with Rilo Kiley)
Carole King -- I Feel the Earth Move (Tapestry)
That's right, folks; we've made it to Episode 100 of Box Office Poison! The whole crew is here for this landmark episode and you bet it's a great (and long) one. We start off by diving into a huge batch of your listener mail about everything you could think of before getting into our special second segment where we all list our Top 5 movies from the year we were born!
It was a real pleasure recording this episode, as it has been for the 99 that preceded it, and we can't wait to keep on putting out the same great content for you to tear into. Be sure to leave a review on iTunes and get at us on Twitter (@crosstawk) or write us an email and send it to email@example.com! And then join us in two weeks when we discuss Mike's next Movie of the Month, Boogie Nights!
WE'RE NOT DEAD! After almost a year of sabbatical, the Frozen North Dinnercast is BACK and ready to get up in your ear-holes. We've got a full table tonight, minus series regular Nelson, who is busy having kids. But wait--taking his place is newcomer Brian, who we hope to have around more often. In this episode we talk about the usual random stuff, including Space Jam, Looney Tunes, Up, and the fact that Gina hates everything that's good and wholesome.
If you like the show, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment at the website (crosstawk.com). You can also tweet at us: Marcus is @Marchaos1 and Zach is @zmiller1902. And if you REALLY like us, we'd love it if you'd take a minute to review us (highly) on iTunes. Thanks, and enjoy the show!
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Andy, Luke and Nathan wrap up the Alias conversation, spoil the hell out of the rest of the series, and then discuss what's next; Twin Peaks.
Send us email at email@example.com, and tweet at us @SyndicatedPod. We love to hear from you! Yes, even you.
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