Thursday, April 26, 2007


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Show Notes:

1) Dust Rhinos, "Whiskey In The Jar"
Mp3 thanks to: Podshow(only available for free download for podcasters, as far as I can tell), first heard of on Dawn and Drew


2) Jonathan Coulton, "You Oughta Know"
Mp3 available on his website

3) Winterpills, "Broken Arm"
Mp3 obtained via Fanatic Promotion (only available to podcasters)


4) Laura Cortese, "Mrs. Sullivan/Yes I'll Dance"
Thanks to her website for the mp3.


5) Jonathan Coulton, "First of May" (Whoot hoot! I'm all about that!)
Thanks to his website for the mp3.

CLARIFICATION: When I say "I've never done it", I mean I've never done it outside. I really need to start writing scripts for these podcasts...

6) Winterpills, "Handkerchiefs"
Mp3 thanks to Fanatic Promotion

7) Laura Cortese, "Bluejays"
Mp3 courtesy of her website.

Thanks! See ya in a week and half!



Anonymous said...

Another great podcast! Thanks! I am now subscribed in iTunes!!!!

Anonymous said...

lol, I am one of your '10' listeners and I do care about 'f****ing' so keep up the warnings ;) If I am only one of 10 I must make up a whole 10% of your audience!!!!!!!

I really enjoy your blog.

Lola said...

Awesome! Thank you :)

I'll keep up the warnings--that's probably the first time I've included songs with swear words. I don't try to avoid them, but I don't go out of my way to find them, either :)

Anonymous said...

Sweet, thanks Lola.

What would be really cool would be chapter markers so if you don't like a song you can skip to the next one. Audiobooks from iTunes do this and so do some podcasts.

I know this is probably complicated! You do a great job as it is! I would rather you kept producing podcasts than making it to complicated and not making them.

Lola said...

Chapter markers may be a bit confusing to me--I can only manage this much because the Propaganda software I use makes creating podcasts simple. I'll try to figure out if Propaganda lets me do chapter markers. I'm still trying to figure out how to even out the sound, unfortunately!