Podcast #2

I want to thank Brandon Briscoe for his mention of Radio Free Raytown on his blog, A Pilgrim’s Porridge.  It’s nice to receive kind words when I’m still entrenched in a job search.

Before I tell you about the next installment of Radio Free Raytown, know that I am tagging these podcasts so you can easily search for the old episodes. After I get to my fifth show, I will compile them in zip files, if you feel the need to quickly catch up.

Anyway, without further adew, here is my second podcast.  And again, it’s short, concise and digestable.

  1. Happy Apple – Go (Base 13)
  2. Dogs Die in Hot Cars – Apples and Oranges
  3. Cowboy Indian Bear – Snowing in Sydney
  4. Belle and Sebastian – I Love My Car
  5. Mazzy Star – Flowers In December
  6. The Meeting Places – Until It’s Gone

Enjoy!

Happy Apple – Go (Base 13)
Dogs Die in Hot Cars – Apples and Oranges
Cowboy Indian Bear – Snowing in Sydney
Belle and Sebastian – I Love My Car
Mazzy Star – Flowers In December
The Meeting Places – Until It’s Gone

Radio Free Raytown Episode #2 – 7/9/09

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4 thoughts on “Podcast #2

  1. TheCMS says:

    Crunchee – I’ve been meaning to pull out that Dogs Die In Hot Cars. Nice pick.

    CMS

    • Jonathon says:

      Have you heard any of the stuff they are working on for the next record? They recorded a bunch of demo’s and let the fans choose what would make the album. (I got in too late to pick, but I got the songs.) There should be some real gems on the new one.

      At any rate, I avoided “I Love You ‘Cos I Have To” for the podcast because it’s such an easy target. It’s one of the best pop songs to not be on an album called “White Music.” That album is so good, it hurts.

  2. Chad Toney says:

    This was great. My favorite was the last song — gonna check more of their stuff out..

    • jonandkaty says:

      Glad you like it. I discovered The Meeting Places on eMusic a couple years ago. Then I found their CD at a Half Price Books in Indy last year and was in heaven. Great, great album of shoegazey dream pop.

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