Who Invented Silent Radio?


Shoefly trekked all the way out to Seattle just for to see Leonard Cohen perform, and it was good. While here, he also wrote a bunch for Boxiana, and appeared on this week's episode of FreeDarko Presents the Disciples of Clyde NBA Podcast. Our segment was recorded just after the conclusion of Hawks/Heat, which probably explains a thing or two about the tone. Incidentally, how weird is it that I'm now marking time in terms of playoff games, and each as its own epoch.

Now, the document:

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At 4/25/2009 2:00 AM, Blogger Jiminy Jetpack said...

d. simon on moyers

At 4/25/2009 5:21 AM, Blogger Jam√łn Serrano said...

A textual playlist for the playoffs from a soul who hasn't seen a single regular season game:
Bob Dylan-Time Passes Slowly
Brian Jonestown Massacre-Prozac Vs. Heroin (revisited)
J.J. Cale-Bringing it Back
Galt MacDermot-Spanish Nights
William S. Burroughs-William's Welcome
Heatmiser-Get Lucky
Ry Cooder-Crow Black Chicken
Nina Simone-Love Me or Leave Me
Make Believe-One Zero
Takstar-Sound of the Tak (takabeats.wordpress.com)

loaf the podcasting and the synergy involved.

At 6/14/2013 3:10 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

One thing for sure. Sports haven't been using radio a lot. I still tune in to listen my favorite games and there are a lot of people at Hostpph.com that they are still doing that.


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