Archive for the Rob Category

47:00 – In this episode: The iPhone 4 on Verizon, a stupid style (sweater parties), a Five Guys correction, The Ron and Fez Show stealing our “This Man Is not Dead” bit, Australian comedian James Smith talking about seppos, making posters in elementary school for S.E.P.P.O. disabled competitive sporting events, Robopocalypse vs. the Roboplastic Podcastalypse, counterfeit versions of The Paunch Stevenson Show, old toy robots we’ve never heard of (Lords of Light, Micronauts, Interchangeables, Starriors, and Robo Force), Greg and Rob randomly seeing each other on the bus to NYC, the Paunch luck (Greg getting ripped off at a Chinese buffet in Manhattan), celebrity deaths (Gerry Rafferty, Captain Beefheart, Blake Edwards, and Bob Feller), our movie review of The Other Guys (2010) staring Will Ferrell, Michael J. Fox’s outtakes from The Frighteners (1996), AVGN James Rolfe’s interview with Marty McFly voice actor AJ LoCascio, Michael Gambon on British TV show Top Gear telling a crazy story about Christian Slater, Michael Caine on British TV show Parkinson doing an impersonation of himself and Sean Connery, and George Martin’s horrible 1998 album In My Life featuring Robin Williams, Bobby McFerrin, Jim Carrey, Sean Connery, and Billy Connolly.

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33:01 – Goodrob13 Music Show episode 7:  Tanya Donelly (founding member of Belly, The Breeders, and Throwing Muses), musicians moving away from rock music as they get older, my introduction to Juliana Hatfield and Blake Babies, a dummy wanting to pull the PATH train emergency brake because a passenger fainted, digital audio and non-linear editing vs. cassette tapes, Hatfield’s superb minimally-produced rock album Bed (1998), Become What You Are (1993) and Only Everything (1995), Hatfield’s book When I Grow Up: A Memoir (2008), meeting Juliana Hatfield (Maxwell’s in 2005, Knitting Factory in 2008, and Bowery Ballroom in 2008), asking her to be a guest on The Paunch Stevenson Show, Jessica Simpson, and does the cream really rise to the top?

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47:20 – Goodrob13 Music Show episode 6: Watching TV shows illegally, growing up with free 24 hour streaming radio and TV content, getting used to paying for songs and TV shows on computers, getting used to paying for cable TV years ago, the fragmented world of online music and TV content (iTunes, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Rhapsody, etc.), the Overnightscape Central podcast, Wayne from Sparetime Radio talking about George Carlin, most people being too arrogant and/or afraid to admit they’ve been lied to, poisoned, and cheated their whole lives, turning a blind eye vs. dealing with new knowledge and stressors, my questions about chemtrails, socially acceptable smoke vs. unacceptable smoke, and dangerous substances being viewed as harmless to people who grew up with them.

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50:11 – Our interview with YouTube cover artist extraordinaire Mike Massé!

In this episode: Mike’s musical origins, his bass player Jeff Hall, influences include The Beatles, U2, Radiohead, Rush, none of us are exposed to new music, how did we find Mike on the web?, Mike’s ever expanding vocal range, putting an emphasis on the original style of each song, sound recording techniques, a wedding gig request in Amsterdam, the 3-man vocal arrangement of 80s band Toto, Mike’s unique T-shirts, musical aspirations, American Idol, America’s Got Talent, and X Factor, original songs, the Pie Pizzeria in Utah, rock and roll in the future, future cover artists, is rock music dead?,
opinions on Tron Legacy (2010) starring Jeff Bridges, first person shooters on the PC, and more great cover songs (clips) from Mike, Jeff, and friends.

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22:05 – Jig dolls!  Goodrob13 Music Show episode 5: More current music I actually like (Camera Obscura, Rilo Kiley, and Dolores O’Riordan), bad audio mastering, my extreme hatred of asymmetrical headphones, Creative Commons vs. copyrighted music and art, my Creative Commons photos on Flickr being used on blogs and in books, Frank Nora talking about jamendo.com free Creative Commons music site, jig dolls (also known as limberjacks- video), and not being able to copy and paste the file path in MS Windows or Mac OS X.

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33:58 – Screaming Orphans!

Goodrob13 Music Show episode 4: the Goodrob13 Music Show on the Overnightscape Underground podcast network, the 53rd annual Grammy Awards (2011), today’s pop stars focusing on outlandish costumes and gimmicks instead of good music (Lady Gaga, Cee Lo Green, etc.), wondering how people in the future will judge today’s music, feeling stupid saying current artist’s names, today’s music having no lasting value (disposable music), the New Kids on the Block revival, nostalgia, current music I actually like (Screaming Orphans and Dean and Britta), clips of Screaming Orphans songs (“Liar,” “City of Chicago,” “Give a Little,” “Here Comes Your Man,” “Don’t You Cry,” and “Circles”), L’Avventura (2003), Tony Visconti, good arrangements, and clips of Dean and Britta songs (“Out Walking,” “Night Nurse,” and “Moonshot”).
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1:17:39 – In this episode: Rob dreams of a sequel to Dutch starring Ed O’Neill, credit card schemes and credit scores, actor and comedian Tom Wilson’s funny “The Question Song,” Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) starring Dick Van Dyke, celebrity deaths (Irwin Kirshner, Dino De Laurentiis, Barbara Billingsley, Kevin McCarthy, and Leslie Nielsen), remembering the good and bad movies of Leslie Nielsen, Whatever Happened To? (Harry Anderson), the retirement (finally) of Larry King, Stan Lee rambling on and on with Twitter tweets, our culinary review of burger joints (Five Guys, Smash Burger, Elevation Burger), our deli review of sandwich shops (Quiznos, Subway, Blimpie), factory farming, new age and expensive “breadshops” (Panera Bread, Atlanta Bread Co., Saladworks),the fall of Howard Stern, Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon (2011) trailer, nominees for Lame Idiot of the Year, and new Mike Massé cover songs: “Africa” by Toto, “In the Name of Love” and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” by U2, and “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” by John Lennon.

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1:25:53 – Catching up with the Paunch Stevenson show backlog, (hopefully, by next weekend, ONSUG will be up-to-date!!)  Celebrating 5 Years of the Paunch Stevenson Show (Part II)!  In this episode: UPS delivering to the wrong state and a nutty guy in Texas (from episode 99), dueling Dr. Phil’s sing “Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)” (from episode 100), a physics experiment with the fake Julius Sumner Miller: pressure (from episode 100), our interview with Ted Danson (from episode 101), our behind the scenes video of Rob interviewing Danson, our interview with Ed Begley Jr. (from episode 101), Paunch fan Esteban listening on four continents (from episode 108), listening to every episode in reverse (from episode 110), good celebrity encounter: Lewis Black (from episode 112), bad celebrity encounter: Juliana Hatfield (from episode 112), Celebrity Rehab featuring Gary Busey and Jeff Conaway (from episode 117), our movie review of Snowglobe (2007) starring Christina Milian (from episode 119), the antics and poor wrestling ability of the immortal Hulk Hogan (from episode 140), Paul McCartney’s classical music flop (from episode 143), the music video to Paul McCartney’s “Coming Up” (from episode 143), Jesse Ventura making fun of Dick Cheney (from episode 150), This Man’s Not Dead: Ross Perot (from episode 156), and Jean-Claude Van Damme insulting Sylvester Stallone (from episode 157).

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46:00 – The lost art of TV theme songs and commercial jingles, what do those songwriters, musicians, and vocalists do now?, a generation that finds it weird for products to be advertised with songs, the Toys “R” Us song (“I don’t wanna grow up, I’m a Toys ‘R’ Us kid”), the irony of enjoying commercial jingles while living an anti-commercial life, Mount Airy Lodge, judging theme songs and jingles out of context on their own merits, acknowledging the nostalgia factor, the Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes song (“The taste of Tony’s Frosted Flakes brings out the tiger in you”), the Tootsie Roll song (“Whatever it is I think I see becomes a Tootsie Roll to me”), gum commercials, hoping for a revival, and a small selection of my favorite intros and jingles (The Electric Company, Alice, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, One Day at a Time, Big Red, Charles in Charge, Dennis the Menace, Green Acres, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Juicy Fruit, The Munsters, Laverne and Shirley, The Addams Family, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, Mr. Ed, Bod, We’re Not Candy, Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings, Jem, Tootsie Rolls, The Great Space Coaster, Josie and the Pussycats, and The Magic Garden).

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48:37 – The Free Design!: naming the show, creating new content efficiently (recording during my commute), PATH train problems, analog tape saturation vs. digital clipping, getting used to recording while walking in NYC, the fourth reason I find current music unlistenable (lack of charisma and likable personalities), indie artists acting too serious and pretentious, video games, fun vs. dark and edgy, the irony of public figures wanting privacy, late 1960s-early 1970s jazzy pop group The Free Design, plain and simple singing voices vs. today’s affected vocals, the horrible Free Design remix album The Now Sound Redesigned (2005), and some short clips of Free Design songs (“Make the Madness Stop,” “I Found Love,” “Bubbles,” “Girls Alone,” “Butterflies Are Free,” and “2002 – A Hit Song”)

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