Category: Podcast Episode


 

Guests: 

featuring: DJ Philadelphia Freedom 

(with: Tim, Ezra, DJ Steve K, Kit, Burrito, Michael Jackson & Rigel) 

 

What’s it about?:

1) We (my buddy DJPF and I) go to a great DIY record show.

2) We buy records.

3) We immediately go to my place to listen to them.

4) We talk about them.

 

…yeah, but specifically?:

car crushes, the Eagles Lodge, Jimmy Durante, sniffing records, getting in early, Alice Cooper’s sad member, Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers, Michael Jackson look-a-likes, Close Encounters-the home game, Cab Calloway-St. James Infirmary Blues, The Style Council-A Solid Bond in Your Heart, C.W. McCall-Oregon Trail, The Free Design-Kites Are Fun 

 

 

 

 

Alice Cooper’s sad member:  Why do ya think that guy in red is so sad…I think he wanted to be topless, too.  “No dice”, says Mr Cooper…hence the Michael Cera face.  I think the guy in back agrees with me…Also, the short guy wants to tell us something.               

 

'Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind' (the home game)

 

"I chase fish with a Jeep." --C.W. McCall--

 

"I'm infested with ticks...and I want you." --C.W. McCall--

 

P.S.–All the music on this show is mine (besides the obvious stuff that we’re saying is other people & one 4-second thing somewhere in an old episode). The song that opens the show is on my record–Check it out and/or buy this aforementioned record/song at:

http://temperatureandpressure.bandcamp.com/

 

 

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Here’s the last installment of the original night of recording back in March ’11.  Get ready for a silly one…

 

Guests:

The Anonylosopher, Rigel, DP

 

We talk about:

your comments, stalking, making the case for me being crazy, a weird way to support the troops, the Russian voice, Mex-signals, paradigm re-shaping, the English Voice, New-style TV Comedy, LA sports stupidity

 

 

 

 

We found a suitcase in an old house of mine that was full of home recordings of a musician who lived there in the ’40s.

Here are some of my favorites, including a recording of a New Year’s party from December 31, 1945.

 

Guests:

Lowry Dreger (& the Dreger Family)

We Talk About:

New Year’s Eve, found objects, home-made records, World War II, ‘After You’ve Gone’-Turner Layton/Henry Creamer, ‘Side by Side-Harry Wood, ‘Slippin around’-Floyd Tillman, ‘My Blue Heaven’-Walter Donaldson/George A. Whiting, ‘Blue Skies’-Irving Berlin, Auld Lang Syne

 

Guests:

Tom Roose & the 99% (intro by Cyd Manro)

We talk about:

Occupy Wall Street, free: food/medicine/health care/schools, community, 20 hr work week, population, self-actualizing, diversity, waste, topsoil, sharing 

 

 

It was one of the most beautiful nights of my life. What happens from 1:10 on still gives me chills…

 

 

Guests:

City Repair’s Mark Lakeman and Speak Up’s Michael Schultz

We talk about:

Plutocracy=rule by the wealthy, The Project for a New American Century, Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Perle, Hoffman Construction, culture, permaculture, patriarchy, religion

 

 

2 very different videos for you, in style and duration (but both very powerful in their own way). Choose your own adventure>>>

Guest:

Tre Arrow

We Talk About:

tree and ledge sitting, arson, federal prison, omnivores, vegans, ethical and moral issues about animal welfare, environmental impact, personal health, everything is connected, hidden slaughterhouses and landfills, resource consumption, the food chain, vegetarian animals, protein, hemp, quinoa, dandelion greens, heart disease, chemicals, selective thinning of herds, knowing the source, social conditioning, overeating, cravings, pasteurization, fossil fuels, eating local

 

Guests:

Illona Trogub & August Amoroso

We talk about:

–What is an ‘American’?–

…including:

Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Portland, Occupy the World, corporate control, government complicity, seizing history and making it ours, The Republic of Cascadia, growing up in the Ukraine, Latin America, gay & lesbian rights, american prisons, freedom, debt freedom, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, respect, blood spilled on our behalf, brand loyalty, Iraq, Afghanistan, nationalism, stolen election(s), mainstream media, zeitgeist, Charles Taylor, tradition, nihilists, justified true belief, Thomas Hobbes, imposed morality, cognitive dissonance, Nietzsche, consumerism, identity, American ideals, false sense of security, needs, community, emotionally dysfunctional population, divide and conquer, religion, independent media, internet censorship

 

 

Check out this map of (most of) the ‘Occupy’ protests as of 10.10.2011:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=211669103288533563690.0004adf71f990a6c82a4e&msa=0&ll=36.385913,-103.535156&spn=24.843806,43.066406

 

Don’t forget about this:

Fall 2011 Night Owl Record Show

Saturday October 15th, 2011

5pm-9pm

4904 SE Hawthorne Portland OR

Admission $2.00

(Early Bird admission 3pm $15.00)

Good with a cup of tea, this one:

Guests:

Portland State University economics professor Joel Magnuson (w/ intro by Cyd Manro)

We talk about:

‘Economics Demystified’

including:   alternative institutions, new habits of thought and action, growth-driven capitalism, derivatives, resource depletion, income inequality, the housing market and bubble, the banking system, the mortgage industry, Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, securities, Bear Stearns, mutual funds, pension funds, oil prices, unemployment, foreclosures, what economics should be, community-based ownership of land, the power of creating illusions, critical thinking, a world without oil

 

 

To find out how to attend the next Hawthorne Hostel SpeakUP!, go to:

http://www.portlandhostel.org/

…or check in this way:

Portland Hawthorne Hostel

3031 SE Hawthorne Blvd

Portland, OR 97214

503-236-3380

Until then, check out this:

Fall 2011 Night Owl Record Show

Saturday October 15th, 2011

5pm-9pm

4904 SE Hawthorne Portland OR

Admission $2.00

(Early Bird admission 3pm $15.00)

Guests:

Mia Van Meter, Satya Vayu, Cyd Manro

They talk about:

Should we work for change from ‘Inside or Outside the System?’

(including: public debate, media bombardment, critical thinking, getting outside of your comfort zone, co-ops, patriarchy, capitalism, consumerism, non-profits, the military-industrial complex, public schools, volunteering, consensus decision making, electoral politics, instant run-off voting, third party candidates, community, living without income, food sharing, food growing, food not bombs, living without compromise, transportation, the barter system vs. the money system, social conditioning, the gift economy, finding yourself, cultural shift, the ideal size for social groups, power inequalities)

 


Guests:

DP, ‘The Anonylosopher’, Rigel, Amen, Mike.

We talk about:

Activism–What is the current and future state of activism? Is it still relevant? Is it the only thing that’s relevant? What are the strategies that work? What has the Arab Spring done to change the course of activism?  (In other words:  the Arab Spring, bicycle activism, protests, the ‘underclass’, war funding, Edwin Brown-Sprout Cycles, Ron Paul, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum…)