Jacob Haller (jwgh) wrote,
Jacob Haller

Podcast update

After a kind of a lengthy quiet period, I put up some more podcast recordings yesterday and today. A few of them are from recordings I made at last week's party:
  1. Watching Killer Robots Eat Your Head (live) [introduction] (April 14, 2006) -- guitar, vocals -- [original version]
  2. Hybrid Car (live) [introduction] (April 15, 2006) -- piano and vocals with Chris Monti on guitar
  3. Little Red Riding Hood (live) [introduction] (April 15, 2006) -- guitar and vocals with Chris Monti also on guitar
and there's also one completely new one: As always, you can see a list of all the recordings on the main page of my music website and instructions on how to subscribe to the podcast on the podcast page.

While I'm at it, here are recordings of all the songs that Chris and I did, starting with the solo songs I did at the beginning of the second set. (There's a lot of audience noise in the first set -- you can get a sense of this from the 'Cow Cow Blues' recording below -- so I don't think I'll link to that unless people are interested, and I haven't finished transferring the MC Copulation set yet -- and once I do I'll just send it to the good MC himself to do with as he wills.)

So here's the solo stuff I did (including one of the podcast recordings above):

  1. Cow Cow Blues
  2. Watching Killer Robots Eat Your Head
  3. "Pumpkin, Mrs. Farnsworth" introduction
  4. "Pumpkin, Mrs. Farnsworth"
  5. Avocados And Beer
and here are the recordings with Chris Monti (again including a couple of items that got podcasted):
  1. St. James Infirmary
  2. Hybrid Car
  3. She's An Angel
  4. Little Red Riding Hood
  5. Down By The River
  6. Waterbugs
  7. Beans & Cornbread
  8. The KKK Took My Baby Away
Tags: podcast, recordings

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