When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson

22 August 2005

Greenwich Village Idiot Podcast for August 22, 2005

Good friend Chap of Chapomatic has produced another guest-hosted Greenwich Village Idiot podcast, bless his heart. I'm listening to it right now, and it's a good 'un.

Podcast download (MP3, 22.3 MB, 32:35)

Here's the word from the man himself (Chapomatic » Podcordance)
This Greenwich Village Idiot podcast’s a little weird–not much forethought, and a cheap turntable nearby–but here’s the tracklist:

Intro from Barry
Toussaint McCall - Shimmy (look for #3 on the link)
Hi, I’m Chap.
Vehicle Flips - Platitude Man
Robert Frost - Reluctance
John Fahey - Dream of the French Broad River
Me yammering again
Don Byas Quartet - Dark Eyes (recorded 6 Sep 1945, Slam Stewart-b, Johnny Guarnieri-p, J.C.Heard-d, Don Byas, ts, American Record 1004)
Yevgeny Yevtushenko/Alan Bates - Moscow Freight Station
Nick Drake - River Man
USS Sealion Sinks JIS Kongo
Bowling for Blather
Paul Lukas - Review of Barnum’s Animal Crackers
Les Parisiennes avec Claude Bolling - Il Fait Trop Beau Pour Travailler

...Also mentioned: Joanna Newsom…and the New Weird America
We're exploring ways to keep the occasional podcasting tradition around here alive, and guest hosting of this caliber is high on the list of ways to make it happen. Thanks, buddy.

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