I Cannot Understand One Word This Man is Saying
In one of the three episodes this season recorded remotely using Zencastr (sponsor me you cowards), Kevin welcomes illustrious guest and old pal from college Kate Johnson into the virtual building where the two discuss autumnal vibes, pop music versus 'real music,' MLA formatting, and what to expect when you're expecting during a pandemic.
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Episode Musical Credits:
Theme Music- "Flava In Ya Ear" (Instrumental); written by Osten Harvey Jr, Craig Mack, Roger Nichols, and Paul Williams. Bad Boy Records, 1994.
"Bleecker Street," written by Paul Simon; performed by Simon and Garfunkel. Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M., Columbia, 1964.
"Why Does it Always Rain on Me?," written by Fran Healy; performed by Travis. The Man Who, Independiente, 1999.
"In The Aeroplane Over The Sea," written by Jeff Mangum; performed by Neutral Milk Hotel. In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, Merge, 1998.
"Rose Parade," written and performed by Elliott Smith. Either/Or, Kill Rock Stars, 1997.
"There, There," written and performed by Radiohead. Hail to the Thief, Capitol, 2003.
"The Greatest," written by Chan Marshall; performed by Cat Power. The Greatest, Matador, 2006.
"My Maudlin Career," written by Tracyanne Campbell; performed by Camera Obscura. My Maudlin Career, 4AD, 2009.
"Farewell Transmission (Demo Version)," written by Jason Molina; performed by Songs: Ohia. The Magnolia Electric Co. (Deluxe Edition Reissue), Secretly Canadian, 2013.
"Civilian," written and performed by Wye Oak. Civilian, Merge, 2011.
"Lilacs," written by Katie Crutchfield; performed by Waxahatchee. Saint Cloud, Merge, 2020.
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