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Resolutions, Confessions & Predictions
In this episode we offer up our resolutions and predictions for 2018. Matt is determined to make this year his most focused ever and Phil doesn’t think the world will end, yet. With a heartfelt round of confessions, we agree that being warm is worse than cold. Typical. We decided to end things with a long overdue round of thank-you’s to all those who have graced us with iTunes and Facebook reviews. Kicking off the year sayin’, Thanks!
We thank David Wagner for kindly allowing us to play a few songs. Computer Hash is the brainchild of David from the tiny town of Fenwick, Michigan. Computer Hash creates techno and experimental electronic music littered with a variety of original audio samples recorded on cassette tape, many over a decade ago. Most of these audio samples are from various parties that David attended with cassette recorder in hand, ready to capture interesting drunken rants for future use in music. Recently, David has been working to promote and create new music under the Computer Hash umbrella. You can find Computer Hash on: Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-629368065 | Facebook https://www.facebook.com/computerhash/
We ended the show with “All Kinds of Crazy” by Codie Prevost. Codie is a four time Canadian Country Music Association nominee and a six time Saskatchewan Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year winner. He releases music on his own label, Good Spirit Records. He has recently released a new studio album entitled Radio. Find Codie’s work on: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/codieprevostmusic/ | Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/codieprevost | YouTube http://www.youtube.com/CodiePrevost | "All Kinds Of Crazy" is available on: ITUNES: USA- http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/codie-prevost/id111761108 Canada- http://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/codie-prevost/id111761108 | Autographed CD available worldwide http://www.codieprevost.com/
Concluding thought: Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future— Oscar Wilde
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