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  • Monsters!

    Date: 2005.10.28 | Category: Podcast | Response: 0

    Hey it’s Halloween weekend, so I thought it’s time to let out the monsters. Everyone loves monsters. My favorite is Godzilla and all the Toho rubber suited creatures from Japan. Who’s your favorite monster? Plus I have the seasonal croup, so I totally sound like a monster during this image enhanced podcast, so look out, I’m a little groggy sounding.

    First up it’s MITCH from the NobodyRecords.com collection performing a tune appropriately titled, Monsters – Creatures. Then after that Mitchell Vaillant tells us all about King Kong’s life after the movie when he’s a washed up Hollywood nobody selling Amway door to door. So sad. This song can also be seen as an animation at Mitchell’s web site, This Can Free.

    Rain Station whips out Monster Hunter from their Dark Ride CD. Be sure to check out all the nifty Halloween songs from this disc at JackOLantern.org which has a lot of the tunes as Flash Animations. Ya gotta love Flash Animation. I know I do.

    The Jesus Knievel whips out a nifty live version of Gremlin. Ya gotta love any band with a tuba, and I love Jesus Knievel. Last up is Jordan Kratz and The Gorehounds doing a self titled song all about being a Gorehound.

    So there you have it. Be sure to play this podcast really loud as you get into your Halloween costume this year. When me and Baby Hoagie show up at your door, be sure to give us lots of candy! Trick or Treat!!!

    Image Enhanced PodcastPODCAST – October 28, 2005

  • Smokin'

    Date: 2005.10.21 | Category: Podcast | Response: 0

    I remember the days when there were no “smoking sections”. The reason for this is that everything was a smoking section. People everywhere were smoking cigarettes all the time.

    It was some kind of Sacred Rite that united many people. For instance at work there is always two groups. The smokers and the non-smokers. Now a days these groups often clash. Non-smokers are vocal about the quality of their air these days, but not so in the recent past.

    Back when I was a kid in the 60′s and 70′s I remember being a second-hand chain smoker. Literally. Every place I went people were there smoking. My grandma smoked Benson & Hedges, my uncle Tim smoked Camels. Other friends and family smoked Lucky Strike and Marlboros in the home I grew up in. People didn’t think about all that health stuff back then. Kids just grew up in the smoky environment.

    I never became too interested in smoking tobacco. I didn’t like the smell, and it bothered me to be inside breathing thick cigarette smoke, so I did not ever start smoking tobacco. I still think it’s people’s personal right to smoke if they want, but I’m glad when they all do it outside these days. Thanks to all you smokers that go outside to smoke. Thanks for the air.

    Restaurants and Airplanes were the worst places to be trapped in a wall of smoke. Can you imagine being on an 8 hour east coast to west coast non-stop flight sucking a whole plane’s worth of exhaled stale cigarette smoke? It is a torture of it’s own kind.

    The only thing that bugs me about cigarette smokers now a days stems from the good thing that smokers are now going out doors to smoke. It’s when they put their butts out everywhere, and I hate to see the trash. I don’t care what you do to your own lung, but leave the side walks clean, is what I say.

    So here is an image enhanced podcast for all you iTunes listeners that is truly Smokin’! Thanks to Brother Eye, Miles Partridge, Frank’s Depression and Mitchel Vallaint/Carlos Car for providing us with such Smokin’ Tunes.

    Image Enhanced PodcastPODCAST – October 21, 2005

  • Spooky Halloween Tunes

    Date: 2005.10.15 | Category: Podcast | Response: 0

    OK OK I know I’m a Halloween Nut, but I’m not alone. Once again I bring you some more Halloween themed songs to get everyone in the proper creepy mood. Baby Hoagie was born Halloween night, and will be having a first birthday party soon, so grab your mask and pillow case, and let’s all go out Trick or Treatin’ together to celebrate.

    First up is another song from Rain Station’s CD, Dark Ride, and this is my favorite song on the disc, it’s called, Candy, and I love it. You can see fun Flash Animations of this and several other songs from Dark Ride at the nifty web site JackOLantern.ORG – so be sure to check out the goofy Halloween Flash Animations, (kids love ‘em). You can hear the entire Dark Ride CD as well as many others at Mark Harvey’s 13thTrack.com – so be sure to get over there for a Halloween-O-Licious time.

    Baltimore is a great place to experience Halloween. It has a very old european feel that only the old east coast cities have. The 3 Pigs Cafe come from Baltimore, and today are performing a song titled: Playing Gravestone.

    Then, just when you thought it was safe, The Gorehounds tear the place up with a tribute to the Masters of The Macabre. Jordan and the band pays homage to H.P. Lovecraft and the 1930′s horror comic, Weird Tales. Jordan reads while the band flips out behind him. A great way to open up any live show indeed. Recorded LIVE in Portland Maine at Geno’s Pub.

    So strap on your head phones, kick back, and get ready for some spooky Halloween music to rock your night right. Happy Halloween everybody!

    Image Enhanced PodcastPODCAST – October 14, 2005

  • Haunt Your House

    Date: 2005.10.08 | Category: Podcast | Response: 0

    For those of you that would like some spooky audio to haunt your home with this Halloween, here is a free MP3 from Mark Harvey’s CD, Pumpkinland 2. This haunted soundscape is titled Caverns, and is part of the Pumpkinland CD Trilogy available at 13thTrack.com. If you love Halloween, or are looking for some scary soundtrack music to haunt your house with, you have to check out the Pumpkinland series, it’s very good for creating the perfect creepy mood, without sounding like corny movie music. Caverns is just a sample of the many frightening moods Mark creates at Pumpkinland Studios.

    The MP3 below is perfect to loop all night long as you hand out candy to your trick or treaters. You can also haunt your cubicle at work, just leave it playing when you go off for lunch to keep your co-workers wondering. Heck, if you are totally hard core, listen to it on the bus or on your commute just to feel strange and creepy. What the heck, it’s October – Goth it up freak face!

    MP3 PodcastPODCAST – October 8, 2005

  • Beautiful Women

    Date: 2005.10.01 | Category: Podcast | Response: 0

    Ahhh, what makes a beautiful woman? I don’t know about you, but I don’t have a specific physical type, it all seems to be completely based on personality. I just fall in love with amazing creative outgoing spirits, and female musicians have a special place in my heart. Music touches the soul, and when I’m out enjoying a band or performance I just melt when there is a beautiful woman on stage doing what she does best.

    In college at the Maryland Institute of Art, I met a grad student whose paintings and sculpture blew my mind. This artist is Elizabeth Downing. Later on when she formed several art-rock bands, I totally fell in love. I mean, I had the biggest crush on this gal, and continue to watch her career. Today’s tune by Liz is Dark Winter Years, performed by her Baltimore based band, The 3 Pigs Cafe.

    Next up is the amazingly talented and beautiful Gwen Snyder with her way cool lounge band, Blueberry. She sings the sweetest song for us titled: Hunny Bee. I first heard this song as a sample from her website, and I just knew I had to get the entire Have Another Pillow CD. You should get it too, as it’s a great disc by a truely beautiful woman.

    Michelle Damato and Portland Maine based band Huckaloogie whip out a fun retro tune about JFK and Jackie titled: Jelly Donut. Michelle has the sweetest voice, and a great sense of humor. This song was written by her and Mark Bishop recorded on my Tascam 4 track, and I like it a lot.

    No show on beautiful women would be complete without a tune by May Ling Su and her band, Strip Karaoke. We wrap up our image enhanced podcast with, The One That Got Away. Enjoy!

    Image Enhanced PodcastPODCAST – October 1, 2005

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